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Old 01-19-2009, 12:26 PM   #1
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im trying to hookup my new toys i had for xmas ,they are navman 7100 dsc vhf.and navman 5505 gps.i need a good wiring diagram.to link the gps to the vhf. :? .anyone done this?.

also what do (nmea) mean? and navbus.

i did have a look but cant find it.
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Old 01-19-2009, 12:56 PM   #2
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Hi Gezy
well..if I remember right ..there are 2 wires that connect too the radio and gps...mine was brwn/purple...on the gps ..going to the blue/green wires...but to be sure...you need to contact the vendors that built them and find out which ones they are....

wish I could help better but each vendor might use different colored wires...

nmea=national marine engineers assoc.

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thanks bud,
i did email them still have not got back to me.i did have a look on the net for this.but no good.the wiring diagram in the handbook is crap.the last thing i need is to fry it ops: lol.i just seen this now
http://www.worldseafishing.com/forums/a ... 26546.html


s,did you fix your tank then?.geraint
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look at pic 2.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Marine-GPS-receiv ... 240%3A1318
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yep....got it fixed..here's my entire diatribe of frozen tanks..


http://maxumownersclub.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=993

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ooops...gooofed a bit...
nmea= nationa marine electronic's assoc.....wasn't awake enough to answer this one..here's their site

http://www.nmea.org/

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if you look at the first link i sent .you will see a pdf link on there.i just had to mod my pc to look at it and yes its there ops: lol .ger
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ok..I'm looking at the Navman 7100 vhf dsc radio...right??...with the gps antenna added??..
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yes if you look in that link you find a pdf file and open it you can see how the wires go.
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Do you guys still use radios a lot or has the cell phone replaced them?
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finally...my work LT wouldn't let me pull that up for some reason..well..I got too look at the item and it looks like it's already wired....all you do is add powr and ground..mount....

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