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Raymarine GPS to Cerbo GX


How do I connect a Raymarine RS-130 GPS (Seatalk - STng) to the Cerbo GX. Another threat indicated it is possible, but not sure what adaptor is needed and which connection port in the GX. I have an older Raymarine C series, so can't use the MFD sync.

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Rob Fijn answered ·

Hello Tilapia, in this case you must make the cable your self. The STng has 4 wires. Use a drop cable withe a Raymarine plug on one side and then make a RJ45 on the other side.

Here you find the information about the connection:
https://www.victronenergy.com/upload/documents/Technical-Information-Data-communication-with-Victron-Energy-products_EN.pdf

This is the victron cable: (but does not have the Raymarine connector..)
https://www.victronenergy.com/cables/ve-can-to-nmea2000-micro-c-male


Regards, Rob

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Or buy a Raymarine conversion cable that will connect to victrons standard NMEA2000 end, The Raymarine part number is A06079

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So, the cable (Stng to NMEA 2000 to RJ45) is connected to one of the VEBus inputs in the Cerbo?

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