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his document shows how to install an EP-70R speed sensor and how to connect it to a NMEA 2000® network. NMEA 2000 is the communication bus standard developed by the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) for use in boats. Lowrance has introduced a line of products that can communicate over a NMEA 2000 network (LowranceNet). All Lowrance NMEA 2000 capable devices are either NMEA 2000 certified or certification is pending. he EP-70R consists of the paddle wheel sensor module, a red cable connector and the smart module, which converts analog speed data to the NMEA 2000 data format. The cable length from the connector to the smart module is 16 1/2 inches (42 cm) and from the smart module
to the speed module is 10 feet (3 meters). The EP-70R speed sensor, like the other LowranceNet Electronic Probe (EP) sensors, is designed for use with a NMEA 2000 network.
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