Raymarine SeaTalkhs Connections

SeaTalkhs Plug and Play

SeaTalkHS diagram with HS5 | Raymarine

By using SeaTalkhs networking, you can instantly transfer radar, chartplotter, fishfinder, thermal imaging and navigation functions. Configuring your system is a simple as determining which SeaTalkhs devices you'd like to have (chart, radar, sonar, video) and where you would like to see them.

Networking two devices

The most basic system may consist of a C Series Widescreen or an E Series Widescreen with a DSM30, DSM300 or a radar.

Using a SeaTalkhs Crossover coupler, they can be quickly and easily connected together. Because the components are all auto sensing, there is no complicated setup required. Simply plug them in.

If you're not using a DSM, you can link any two E Series Widescreen displays with the crossover coupler too.

Sea Talk HS with coupler and E Series Wide | Raymarine

HS-5 SeaTalk HS Network Switch | Raymarine

Multistation Networking - New HS-5 SeaTalkhs Network Switch

SeaTalkhs data is quickly distributed to other SeaTalkhs using the HS-5 Network Switch.

The switch has 5 ports - 4 RayNet ports supporting 10 or 100 Mbit/sec network speeds and a 5th gigabit port allowing a higher speed across switches, should a 2nd switch be necessary.

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When networking three to eight SeaTalkhs devices, the SeaTalkhs Network Switch can be used.

The auto sensing SeaTalkhs components make setup a breeze, simply plug them in. SeaTalkhs does the rest.

SeaTalk HS Network Switch | Raymarine

SeaTalkhs Raymarine Products

The following devices have SeaTalkhs connections and can be easily connected together via the SeaTalkhs network switch and SeaTalkhs network cables:

E Series SeaTalk HS network | Raymarine