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An RS125 can be connected to a ST6000+ with either NMEA or SeaTalk data connection. NMEA is easier IMO.
To connect via NMEA, the RS125 red wire would go to vessels +12 volts. Yellow would be connected to the NMEA+ on the back of the ST6000+ and the shield, green and brown would be connected to the NMEA - on the back of the ST6000+ display
When connecting your RS125 into an existing SeaTalk network it should be powered from the network and not the display. The red and green of the 125 connect to the course computer SeaTalk red. The yellow cable should be connected to your display SeaTalk yellow. Shield and brown of 125 should be connected to SeaTalk gray.
Page 4 and 5 of the RS125 manual have pictures. PDF File
Posted on Feb 22, 2012
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