Interconnection Bus for Raymarine Products SeaTalk ng is an interconnection bus for Raymarine products. Small diameter cable connectors are used throughout the system to make installation easier. Theres a wide range of cable lengths, all with over-moulded plugs, so there is no need to cut or splice cables. Spur cables connect individual SeaTalkng products to the SeaTalkng backbone.
The Raymarine SeaTalkng Alarm Buzzer is a network accessory that repeats alarm and alert tones from compatible networked devices ensuring alarms and alerts can be heard on-deck and below decks as needed. The powerful 100 dBm SeaTalkng Auxiliary Alarm Buzzer can repeat...
The SeaTalk ng Starter Kit is the perfect way to get started with your SeaTalk ng compatible Raymarine product. The 5-way connector forms the start of your SeaTalkng backbone and your SeaTalk ng product is connected via a Spur Cable. Kit contains 1 x A06064 SeaTalk ng 5-way Connector, 2 x A06031...
The SeaTalk1 to SeaTalk ng converter allows select SeaTalk1 devices to interface and communicate on the Raymarine SeaTalk ng data network. It is compatible with legacy ST40, ST60+, Raystar 125 GPS sensors and LifeTag Wireless Man Overboard Systems as well as ST autopilots.
The SeaTalk ng Backbone Kit is an extendeded starter kit containing 2 x A06031 SeaTalk ng Backbone Terminators, 1 x A06037 SeaTalk ng 20m Backbone Cable, 2 x A06036 SeaTalk ng 5m Backbone Cables, 4 x A06028 SeaTalk ng T-Pieces and 1 x A06049 SeaTalk ng Power Cable
The Evolution cabling kit is a basic SeaTalk ng backbone kit contains the following parts : 1 x ng power cable, 1 x 5m ng backbone cable, 1 x 1m ng spur cable, 1 x ng 5 way block, 2 x ng T-pieces and 2 x ng terminators.
400mm long adaptor spur cable to connect a SeaTalk 1 device to a SeaTalk ng network. The connection must be made via a bridging device such as an ST70 display or SeaTalk ng to SeaTalk 1 converter
1 meter long adaptor spur cable to connect a SeaTalk 1 device to a SeaTalk ng network. The connection must be made via a bridging device such as an ST70 display or SeaTalk ng to SeaTalk 1 converter