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Anybody know how to connect a Garmin 198C to a Furuno 1622?
I have the manuals from both but they don't use the same terminology.
Garmin uses NMEA Out COM 1 Tx, NMEA In COM 1 Rx, COM 2 TX, COM 2 Rx
Furuno uses RD1-H, RD1-C, RD2-H, RD2-C, and refers to Navigator wires as
TX-H, TX-C, and Sounder wires as TX-H, TX-C.
I emailed Garmin (they've been prompt before) but haven't had an answer yet.




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On Thu, 18 Jan 2007 09:59:22 -0800, "William Andersen"
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Anybody know how to connect a Garmin 198C to a Furuno 1622?
I have the manuals from both but they don't use the same terminology.
Garmin uses NMEA Out COM 1 Tx, NMEA In COM 1 Rx, COM 2 TX, COM 2 Rx
Furuno uses RD1-H, RD1-C, RD2-H, RD2-C, and refers to Navigator wires as
TX-H, TX-C, and Sounder wires as TX-H, TX-C.
I emailed Garmin (they've been prompt before) but haven't had an answer yet.


A Garmin "Out" should connect to a Furuno "RD-H", and the "RD-L"
should be grounded.

You will have to consult the manuals for both products to determine
whether to use port 1 or 2 on each unit.




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I guess I'll have to wait for Garmin...
Neither manual uses the term port.
Garmin has two Outs, so if one doesn't work, I can try the other.
Furuno doesn't have an RD-H or RD-l .


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Anybody know how to connect a Garmin 198C to a Furuno 1622?
I have the manuals from both but they don't use the same terminology.
Garmin uses NMEA Out COM 1 Tx, NMEA In COM 1 Rx, COM 2 TX, COM 2 Rx
Furuno uses RD1-H, RD1-C, RD2-H, RD2-C, and refers to Navigator wires as
TX-H, TX-C, and Sounder wires as TX-H, TX-C.
I emailed Garmin (they've been prompt before) but haven't had an answer
yet.


A Garmin "Out" should connect to a Furuno "RD-H", and the "RD-L"
should be grounded.

You will have to consult the manuals for both products to determine
whether to use port 1 or 2 on each unit.




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GPS and NMEA info: http://vancouver-webpages.com/peter
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I guess I'll have to wait for Garmin...
Neither manual uses the term port.
Garmin has two Outs, so if one doesn't work, I can try the other.
Furuno doesn't have an RD-H or RD-l .


Garmin Out COM 1 TX to Furuno RD1-H
Garmin Gnd/Common to Furuno RD1-C.

Meindert


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On Thu, 18 Jan 2007 09:59:22 -0800, "William Andersen"
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Anybody know how to connect a Garmin 198C to a Furuno 1622?
I have the manuals from both but they don't use the same terminology.
Garmin uses NMEA Out COM 1 Tx, NMEA In COM 1 Rx, COM 2 TX, COM 2 Rx
Furuno uses RD1-H, RD1-C, RD2-H, RD2-C, and refers to Navigator wires as
TX-H, TX-C, and Sounder wires as TX-H, TX-C.
I emailed Garmin (they've been prompt before) but haven't had an answer
yet.


A Garmin "Out" should connect to a Furuno "RD-H", and the "RD-L"
should be grounded.

You will have to consult the manuals for both products to determine
whether to use port 1 or 2 on each unit.




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Peter Bennett, VE7CEI Vancouver BC, Canada
peterbb4 (at) interchange.ubc.ca
new newsgroup users info : http://vancouver-webpages.com/nnq
GPS and NMEA info: http://vancouver-webpages.com/peter
Vancouver Power Squadron: http://vancouver.powersquadron.ca





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Thanks, I'll try it this weekend.


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"William Andersen" wrote in message
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I guess I'll have to wait for Garmin...
Neither manual uses the term port.
Garmin has two Outs, so if one doesn't work, I can try the other.
Furuno doesn't have an RD-H or RD-l .


Garmin Out COM 1 TX to Furuno RD1-H
Garmin Gnd/Common to Furuno RD1-C.

Meindert


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On Thu, 18 Jan 2007 09:59:22 -0800, "William Andersen"
wrote:

Anybody know how to connect a Garmin 198C to a Furuno 1622?
I have the manuals from both but they don't use the same terminology.
Garmin uses NMEA Out COM 1 Tx, NMEA In COM 1 Rx, COM 2 TX, COM 2 Rx
Furuno uses RD1-H, RD1-C, RD2-H, RD2-C, and refers to Navigator wires
as
TX-H, TX-C, and Sounder wires as TX-H, TX-C.
I emailed Garmin (they've been prompt before) but haven't had an answer
yet.


A Garmin "Out" should connect to a Furuno "RD-H", and the "RD-L"
should be grounded.

You will have to consult the manuals for both products to determine
whether to use port 1 or 2 on each unit.




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Peter Bennett, VE7CEI Vancouver BC, Canada
peterbb4 (at) interchange.ubc.ca
new newsgroup users info : http://vancouver-webpages.com/nnq
GPS and NMEA info: http://vancouver-webpages.com/peter
Vancouver Power Squadron: http://vancouver.powersquadron.ca









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On Thu, 18 Jan 2007 21:37:13 -0800, "William Andersen"
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I guess I'll have to wait for Garmin...
Neither manual uses the term port.
Garmin has two Outs, so if one doesn't work, I can try the other.
Furuno doesn't have an RD-H or RD-l .


By "port", I mean Garmin's COM1 or COM2, or Furuno's RD1 or RD2.

My "RD-L" should have been RD1-C or RD2-C




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On Thu, 18 Jan 2007 09:59:22 -0800, "William Andersen"
wrote:

Anybody know how to connect a Garmin 198C to a Furuno 1622?
I have the manuals from both but they don't use the same terminology.
Garmin uses NMEA Out COM 1 Tx, NMEA In COM 1 Rx, COM 2 TX, COM 2 Rx
Furuno uses RD1-H, RD1-C, RD2-H, RD2-C, and refers to Navigator wires as
TX-H, TX-C, and Sounder wires as TX-H, TX-C.
I emailed Garmin (they've been prompt before) but haven't had an answer
yet.


A Garmin "Out" should connect to a Furuno "RD-H", and the "RD-L"
should be grounded.

You will have to consult the manuals for both products to determine
whether to use port 1 or 2 on each unit.




--
Peter Bennett, VE7CEI Vancouver BC, Canada
peterbb4 (at) interchange.ubc.ca
new newsgroup users info : http://vancouver-webpages.com/nnq
GPS and NMEA info: http://vancouver-webpages.com/peter
Vancouver Power Squadron: http://vancouver.powersquadron.ca



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Thanks for the clarification

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On Thu, 18 Jan 2007 21:37:13 -0800, "William Andersen"
wrote:

I guess I'll have to wait for Garmin...
Neither manual uses the term port.
Garmin has two Outs, so if one doesn't work, I can try the other.
Furuno doesn't have an RD-H or RD-l .


By "port", I mean Garmin's COM1 or COM2, or Furuno's RD1 or RD2.

My "RD-L" should have been RD1-C or RD2-C




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On Thu, 18 Jan 2007 09:59:22 -0800, "William Andersen"
wrote:

Anybody know how to connect a Garmin 198C to a Furuno 1622?
I have the manuals from both but they don't use the same terminology.
Garmin uses NMEA Out COM 1 Tx, NMEA In COM 1 Rx, COM 2 TX, COM 2 Rx
Furuno uses RD1-H, RD1-C, RD2-H, RD2-C, and refers to Navigator wires as
TX-H, TX-C, and Sounder wires as TX-H, TX-C.
I emailed Garmin (they've been prompt before) but haven't had an answer
yet.


A Garmin "Out" should connect to a Furuno "RD-H", and the "RD-L"
should be grounded.

You will have to consult the manuals for both products to determine
whether to use port 1 or 2 on each unit.




--
Peter Bennett, VE7CEI Vancouver BC, Canada
peterbb4 (at) interchange.ubc.ca
new newsgroup users info : http://vancouver-webpages.com/nnq
GPS and NMEA info: http://vancouver-webpages.com/peter
Vancouver Power Squadron: http://vancouver.powersquadron.ca



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