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Nmea 5-pin I need to connect the GPS to my VHF for DSC. What plug do I need? Radio indicates it wants a NMEA out (-), a NMEA out (+) and NMEA in (+).

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I'm taking this as you want to send the gps information to your C80 not receive from the C80? If this is the case the brown wire on the garmin is the nmea data out +. The Black wire is considered nmea out neg (-) of the garmin. So hook the garmin brown to the white on the raymarine. Hook the black from the garmin to the green on the raymarine. That means you are outputting lat/long info to the raymarine from the garmin.

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