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Largo, Florida, United States

Largo, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:Lowrance / Simrad Manufacturer Part Number:000-10029-001

Brand new in origial box! Item retails for $270.00! Good luck and happy bidding!!!!



Part # 000-10029-001

The Network Expansion Port (NEP-2) enables multiple displays to exchange chart data, waypoint and route information, as well as interconnecting radar and echosounder modules. Featuring five Ethernet ports, the NEP-2 is compatible with NSS, NSE and NSO.

Key Features

  • High Speed

  • Plug & Play

  • 5 Ports

  • Ethernet Connectivity

  • 12/24 Volt

  • Fully Waterproof

     

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