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Can i connect nmea outputs from a raymarine e-80

Is there a way for me to connect NMEA outputs from a Raymarine E-80 Chartplotter to a Garmin GPSMap 640?

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Yes, you need the NMEA out cord set for the E 80 and hook the output of the E series to the input on the power data cord on the Garmin - out to in

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