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Can a 1999 Sitex GPS receiver antenna be connected to a Raymarine C80 chartplotter? If so, which color wires get hooked up?

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If your old antena is a Seatalk or NMEA antena you can use it for your C80
If you GPS antenna is older than five year change it.

Posted on Oct 31, 2009

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You can free download the manual for Raymarine C80 GPS Receiver from the following link---

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