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The All-New, Low-Cost, Easy-to-Install, Easy-to-Use Onboard Solution for High-Performance Data Sharing.
Lowrance now brings multi-device data communications networking within easy reach of even the smallest boats and budgets with the NMEA 2000® networking system.
The NMEA 2000® solution offers unique advantages in a networking package for multi-station sensing and display of boat systems and engine functions. Those key benefits include simplicity, easy installation, versatility and ease of sensor/display/system expansion, excellent performance and amazing affordability.
It's the new world standard in marine electronics data protocol, established by the National Marine Electronics Association, for networking multiple instruments on boat. Simply put, any NMEA 2000® certified device (sensor, sonar, GPS, multi-function gauge, etc.), regardless of brand, will share and/or display user-selectable data with any or all other display instruments installed in a NMEA 2000® network.
With the new low-cost, high-performance Lowrance NMEA 2000® networking system, owners of small to large boats can purchase a series of affordable and easy-to-install intelligent sensors (Electronic Probes - EPs) to monitor an array of vital Engine and boating functions.
For example, the use of an EP-60R Fuel Flow Sensor, in conjunction with an LGC-4000 GPS or EP-70R Speed Sensor, can provide comprehensive fuel management capability onboard. You'll know precisely how far and how much operational time you have left, fuel-wise, based on your current speed. That's an incredible benefit to any boater, particularly coastal anglers and boaters.