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Lowrance® Ethernet Cables

   

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  • Moisture- and solvent-resistant cables  
  • High-speed capability  
  • For use with Lowrance products with 5-pin yellow Ethernet connecter
Rugged moisture- and solvent-resistant high-speed data cables for use with Lowrance products with 5-pin yellow Ethernet connector.
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ethernet cables Needed Item to connect multiple HDS units to structure scan. March 19, 2013
a must have installed with ease from my structure scan to my bow hds unit, works great now I can share way points and etc. from both hds units and structure scan..A must have for hds owners with 2 hds units. July 2, 2012
Ethernet link very efficient If you have more than one HDS unit, linking them with Ethernet is the way to go. Ethernet allows your units to share your 2D transducers, shares waypoints, and lets you view your StructureScan at all linked units. May 15, 2012
Quality product Great quality ethernet cable allows networking to my LSS & sonar transducers from the back & front of the boat and sharing waypoints. September 10, 2011
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what do I use these for?

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to connect lowrance units together or to connect multiple units to the structure scan unit
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Ethernet cables connect network devices such as GPS and other units together (see photo). They transmit data using the Ethernet protocol.

http://www.lowrance.com/Products/Marine/Broadband-Sounder-and-Ethernetworking/

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Yes, this cable with work with the new Lowrance HDS Gen2 units.
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ETHERNET CABLE

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Hello.
I am using LCX27C and LMS525DF.
Can the data of LCX27C and LMS525DF be shared by using “LOWRANCE ETHEXT15YL 15' ETHERNET CABLE”?
Can the way point registered with LCX27C be shared with LMS525DF?
Can you read the data of a water temperature sensor connected to LMS525DF in LCX27C?
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The way point can be shared but no data. Water temp ect.
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can we connect enet capable units together direct without the enet brain box ?
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yes. But what do you want to see. if just want to see sonar data fine but that is all you will see.
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yes. However you will only see the sonar readings. No gps data. need network of want to see that.
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