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Want to network HDS unit to LMS-522 unit. I have an Ethernet cable and N2K-EXP-RD-2 NMEA Network Starter kit. Need a diagram on how to hook it together.

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You do not need the data cable connected unles you are hooking it up to other electronics, ie computer, second GPS sounder ect. You only need to conect the red to the positive on the battery and the black to the negative.

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i've repaird this by installing a secondary powerswitch and disconnecting the power switch on the keypad. It's an involved repair but it can be done.


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