Amphenol Double End NMEA Plugs
HydroNet™ Adapters & Cables
Amphenol Double End NMEA Plug
Amphenol Sine Systems HydroNet™ Multi-Hub Adapters and Cables provide flexible and increased reliability when connecting multiple devices to NMEA 2000 networks. The HydroNet™ series features two 4-pin AT interfaces and adapts devices to field-proven, sealed, and serviceable electrical connections. The adapters are sealed to IP67 protection and are ideal for harsh environments. Amphenol Sine Systems HydroNet™ Multi-Hub Adapters and Cables are factory assembled for true plug-and-play capability.
What Is NMEA?
NMEA stands for National Marine Electronics Association, which is an American organization that develops standards for marine electronics. Here are some of the most common NMEA Standards:
NMEA 0183 - An older marine electronics standard that uses a serial connection to transmit data between devices. It defines a specific set of data sentences or messages that are transmitted at a particular baud rate.
NMEA 2000 - A newer marine electronics standard that uses a CAN (Controller Area Network) bus to enable communication between devices. It supports a much broader range of data types and allows for bi-directional communication between devices.
NMEA 0400 - A standard for interfacing marine electronics systems with on-board computers, used for data acquisition and analysis.
NMEA 2000 MI - A standard for managing metadata and other information associated with devices on a NMEA 2000 network.
NMEA 0183 HS - A high-speed version of the NMEA 0183 standard, designed to support faster data transfer rates.
NMEA 0183 HDLC - A modified version of the NMEA 0183 standard that uses a High-Level Data Link Control protocol for more efficient data transmission.
NMEA 0183 v4.x - An updated version of the NMEA 0183 standard that adds new data sentence formats and supports higher data transfer rates.
NMEA 0183 Gateway - A standard for interfacing different marine electronics systems with each other, used for data sharing and integration.