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Raystar RS 125 to C80 Plotter

The white cable from the RS125
To connect by NMEA 0183 (Shield, Green, Brown, Yellow, Red)
The NMEA pigtail to the C80 Plotter has ( Green, White, Brown, Yellow and Shield)
Can you please advise which colour wires should be joined to each other.

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Roger
rray@iinet.net.au

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SOURCE: I bought a C80 Raymarine

I would send your seatalk (Yellow and black) from your c80 to a junction box, send your rs125 to the junction box and another pig tail seatalk lead to the J-box coming from the autopilot. Now...on the raystar 125 connect the green wire to red, and the brown to black. Now connect the reds together, the shields and blacks together and finally the yellow's. The autohelm should power up the seatalk bus enough for your gps to work. the c80 offers power from seatlk but don't connect it's red wire.



Autohelm ---------------[ ]----------------GPS
|
C80---------------------------

Many times the shield is the silver wire we call it that since it has no other coating except its occasionally heat shrinked on the end.

RS125 -------Green------------------------0-------------RED------------ + power
--------RED------/

--------Yellow-----------------------0-------------Yellow---------- Data
--------Black------------------------0-------------Shield----------- -Power
--------Brown---/

Posted on Jan 22, 2010

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