A2K-GC: NMEA 2000 Micro Gender Changer Cables

Actisense Gender cables are desgined to connect 'male to male' or 'female to female' on a NMEA 2000 backbone.

USD $26.99

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Actisense is proud to announce the latest additions to the growing NMEA 2000 product range.

The Actisense designed NMEA 2000 range of cables and connectors are certified and will be available from Actisense distributors and dealers in the next few months.

Superior to similar products available, Actisense have carefully considered the install and usability issues found with other manufacturers connectors and have designed the range with this is mind. The Actisense range of NMEA 2000® connectors and cables has been designed using specialist interconnect and NMEA knowledge. 

Cable details

An Actisense gender changer can be used between two cable connectors of the same type and gender, enabling installers to overcome the problem of connecting two devices or cables which have the same gender of connector on an NMEA 2000® backbone.  

Manufactured using Actisense designed connectors and with 0.25m UL certified cable, the gender changers offer easy and secure connections.

The cable includes five wires within a single waterproof cable: power and ground wires, two signal wires and a drain wire. The drain wire connects to the cable shield which protects the signal, power and ground wires from external Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) and helps reduce RFI emission from the cable.

NMEA 2000 Micro cable can carry up to 3 Amps of supply current.

NMEA 2000 certified and fully compatible with other NMEA 2000 connectors and devices. 

Connector details
All NMEA 2000 connectors follow the DeviceNet® standard. Dual-ended cable assemblies ensure quick installation, using Actisense UL certified cable. Available in various lengths, the assemblies can be used as either a drop cable from the NMEA 2000 backbone or to extend the length of the backbone cable.

NMEA 2000 certified and fully compatible with other NMEA 2000 connectors and devices.


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