Humminbird® InterLink Network Connection System Module

   

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The Humminbird InterLink Network Connection System Module allows you to share GPS position, waypoints, and routes between fishfinders in real time. Fish finders and cables not included with the InterLink.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hummingbird interlink Well worth the money. lets two units work toghther with ease. Easy to hook up. Directions tells you exactley how to set the unit up. May 17, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Lack of Information on Compatability I purchased the interlink to connect the 797 side imaging unit with a newly purchased 595c. Let me save you the trouble of hooking the product up, only to discover the two or not compatable. Humminbird's advertisment is too vague and inadequate with product descriptions. Their customer service only offered an apology and a way to upgrade the interlink for more money. Former loyal customer for 12 yrs. Thx. April 29, 2009
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I have a locator on my console and one on the bow of the boat. I have a GPS receiver and the weather unit on the console. Both locators are hooked to the GPS and weather unit with long Humminbird cables and Y connectors. Will my current wires work or will they have to be an ethernet type cable?
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Accessories would be either a Y Cable item number 38-534-393-00 model AS YC or an Extension Cable model AS EC10 (through Humminbird). Thanks

http://store.humminbird.com/media/document/INTERLINK.pdf
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Not for use with the 500 series.
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Yes, there is a list of compatible units in the unit description tab.
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I bought an interlink and the package says 700 and 900 series. But I have read that people are able to link the 1197.
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Go to Humminbirds website- they have a complete list of compatible units
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Yes. I used it to link a 997csi and a 787c2i. It worked fine.
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it cimes with adequate cable
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It comes with 2 cables to hook to depthfinders.
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I have two Humminbird units, a 767 and a 797 SI. I have one navionics chip, and I wondered if I needed two to share waypoints and maps. Or, would this Interlink allow me to use only one chip, and have maps loaded and share waypoints between my two units?
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You must have a map chip in each unit.
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