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Help with the simnet routing please

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Albin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 May 2020 at 20:29
On my H370 there is a junction box (simnet) in the front cabin, left wardrobe, a hatch with some screws.
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Yes in the port locker is a small hatch, there you will find a bunch of cables. The 3-joiner simnet is just hanging around there. not fixed. So you will not see it when you oben the hatch. Use a small Camera to look down. and than pull on the ricght cable to lift the joiner
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Many thanks!

I found the hatch at the top shelf in the port locker. So far I haven't found any Simnet components behind it. Very visible is the water inlet and ventilation hoses. Will check which route the compass cable takes, and I will use the telephone camera Smile.

Note that my boat, from 2006, have no original Simnet/NMEA 2000 components for depth/speed/temp. At last I found the other end of the grey conduit for the "analogue" tranduce cables: It ends behind the port aft cabin, below all black conduits (it's hidden). I don't believe I will run the tridata NMEA cable all the way back there - must find another way.
BÄSK, Hanse 370e #82 from 2006, Yanmar 3JH4E/SD50, 3-blade Flexofold, RMC(Lewmar) 185 Bowthruster, Vulcan 9, Simrad+B&G instruments
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