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GPSMAP® 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
 WARNING
See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the product box for product warnings and other important information.
 Caution
Always wear safety goggles, ear protection, and a dust mask when drilling, cutting, or sanding.
Notice
When drilling or cutting, always check what is on the opposite side of the surface to avoid damaging your boat.
The GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter and GPS 17x antenna must be properly installed according to the following instructions. You need
the appropriate fasteners, tools, and mounts listed in each section. These items are available at most marine dealers.
Contact Garmin® Product Support if you have any questions while installing your GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter. In the USA, go to
www.garmin.com/support, or contact Garmin USA by phone at (913) 397.8200 or (800) 800.1020. In the UK, contact Garmin (Europe) Ltd. by
phone at 0808 2380000. In Europe, go to www.garmin.com/support and click Contact Support for in-country support information, or contact
Garmin (Europe) Ltd. by phone at +44 (0) 870.8501241.
Before installing your GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter, confirm that the package contains the items listed on the box. If any parts are
missing, contact your Garmin dealer immediately.
Product Registration
Help us better support you by completing our online registration today. Go to http://my.garmin.com. Keep the original sales receipt, or a
photocopy, in a safe place.
For future reference, write the serial numbers assigned to your GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter and GPS 17x in the space provided. The
serial numbers are located on a sticker on the back of each device.
Chartplotter serial number:
GPS 17x serial number:
To install the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter, you must:
1. Mount the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter (page 2).
2. Mount the GPS antenna (page 4).
3. Connect the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter to power (page 7).
4. Connect the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter and the GPS 17x antenna to an existing NMEA 2000 network or create a simple NMEA
2000 network (page 8).
5. Ensure that the chartplotter software is up-to-date (page 17).
The following additional installation options are not necessary in order to use the GPSMAP 6000/7000 chartplotter. They have
been included for your convenience:
• Connecting the chartplotter to other Garmin Marine Network compatible devices, such as a sounder or a radar (page 9).
• Connecting the chartplotter to a GPS 17 or GPS 17 HVS antenna (page 15).
• Connecting the chartplotter to other NMEA 0183-compatible devices such as a VHF radio with DSC (page 12).
• Connecting the chartplotter to an external alarm (page 15).
• Connecting the chartplotter to a video input source, to a PC, or to an external video monitor (page 16).
September 2010
Part Number 190-01120-02 Rev. D
Printed in Taiwan
Mounting the GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Chartplotter
You can mount the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotters using one of two methods. You can use the included bracket to bail mount the
chartplotter, or you can use the included template and hardware to flush mount the chartplotter.
Mount the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter in a location that provides a clear, glare-free view of the display and easy operation of the
controls or touch screen.
Note: You cannot bail mount the GPSMAP 7015/7215 chartplotters. Because of the larger size of these devices, you must flush mount a
GPSMAP 7015 or a GPSMAP 7215 chartplotter.
Bail Mounting the GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Chartplotter
Use the included bracket to bail mount a GPSMAP 6008, 6208, 6012, 6212, 7012, or a GPSMAP 7212 chartplotter.
Tools required (not included):
• Drill and drill bits
• Pencil
• Mounting hardware (screws or nuts, washers, and bolts)
Note: The bail-mounting hardware (screws or nuts, washers, and bolts) is not included. The holes on the bail mount are 5/16 in. (7.9 mm) in
diameter. Choose mounting hardware that fits the holes in the bail mount and securely attaches it to your specific mounting surface. The size of
the drill bit required depends on the mounting hardware you use.
To install the bail-mount bracket:
Note: You cannot bail mount the GPSMAP 7015/7215 chartplotters. Because of the larger size of these devices, you must flush mount a
GPSMAP 7015 or a GPSMAP 7215 chartplotter.
1. Using the bail mount as a template, mark the location of the four mounting holes. Be sure to leave at least 5 in. (12.7 cm) of clearance
behind the 6000/7000 series chartplotter for the wiring.
NOTE: To avoid interference, mount GPSMAP 6008/6208 chartplotters 15 in. (38.1 cm), GPSMAP 6012/6212 chartplotters 16 in. (40.6 cm),
and GPSMAP 7012/7212 chartplotters 25 in. (63.5 cm) from a magnetic compass.
2. Using an appropriately-sized drill bit, drill the pilot holes for your mounting hardware.
3. Secure the bail mount to the surface with screws and washers.
To install the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter on the bail-mount bracket:
1. Loosely attach the mounting knobs to the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter.
2. Slide the chartplotter onto the bail mount, and tighten the mounting knobs.
Mounting knob
Bail-mount bracket
Installing a GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Chartplotter on the Bail-mount Bracket
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GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
Flush Mounting the GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Chartplotter
Hardware (included):
• Flush-mount template
• Rubber gasket
• Four flush-mount nut-plates
• Four 60 mm M3 × 0.5 screws (to secure the nut plate to the
mounting surface)
• Four M4 × 0.7 screws (to secure the chartplotter to the nut plate)
• Four 7 mm nylon washers (for the M4 × 0.7 screws)
Tools required (not included):
• Jigsaw
• Scissors
• Drill
• Drill bits—3/8 in. (9.5 mm), 9/32 in. (7.2 mm), and 9/64 in. (3.5 mm)
• Number 2 Phillips screwdriver
• Center punch and hammer
• File and sandpaper
1. The flush-mount template is included in the product box. Trim the template and ensure that it will fit in the location at which you want to flush
mount the chartplotter.
Notes:
• Ensure that the surface on which you mount the chartplotter has enough open space behind it to accommodate the chartplotter and the
connected wires. Refer to the diagram on the flush-mount template for the clearance-space needed by your chartplotter.
• Ensure that there is at least 1/2 in. (13 mm) of space on the right side of the chartplotter to access the SD card door, as indicated on the
flush-mount template.
• Ensure that enough ventilation is present behind the mounting surface to create sufficient air flow to prevent the chartplotter from
overheating.
• To avoid interference, mount GPSMAP 6008/6208 chartplotters 15 in. (38.1 cm), GPSMAP 6012/6212 chartplotters 16 in. (40.6 cm),
GPSMAP 7012/7212 chartplotters 25 in. (63.5 cm) and 7015/7215 chartplotters 17 in. (43.2 cm) from a magnetic compass.
2. The flush-mount template has adhesive on the back. Remove the protective liner and apply the template to the location at which you want to
flush mount the chartplotter.
3. Using a 3/8 in. (9.5 mm) drill bit, drill one or more of the four pilot holes inside the corner of the template to begin cutting the mounting
surface.
4. Using a jigsaw, cut the mounting surface along the inside of the solid line indicated on the flush-mount template. Use a file and sandpaper to
refine the size of the hole. Be very careful when cutting this hole. There is only a small amount of clearance between the case and
the mounting holes.
5. Place the chartplotter in the hole and ensure that the mounting holes on the chartplotter line up with the larger 9/32 in. (7.2 mm) holes on the
flush-mount template after cutting, sanding, and filing the hole. If they do not line up, mark new locations for the larger holes.
6. Using a center punch, indent the center of each of the larger 9/32 in. (7.2 mm) mounting-hole locations.
7. Using a 9/32 in. (7.2 mm) drill bit, drill the four larger holes.
Use the 60 mm M3 × 0.5 screw
8. Starting in one corner of the template, place a nut plate over the larger hole you drilled in step
to fasten the nut plate to the
7. Ensure that the smaller 9/64 in. (3.5 mm) hole on the nut plate lines up with the smaller hole
mounting surface
on the template. If they do not line up, mark a new location for the smaller hole. Repeat this
step for each corner of the template.
9. Using a center punch, indent the center of each of the smaller 9/64 in. (3.5 mm) mounting-hole
locations.
10.Remove the flush-mount template from the mounting surface.
Use the 70 mm M4 × 0.7 screw
11.Starting in one corner of the mounting location, place a nut plate on the back of the mounting
to fasten the chartplotter to the
surface, lining up the large and small holes. The raised portion of the nut plate should fit into
nut plate
the larger hole.
12.Secure the nut plate to the mounting surface by fastening an included 60 mm M3 × 0.5 screw
Flush-mount Nut Plate
through the smaller 9/64 in. (3.5 mm) hole.
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Nut plate (×4)
70 mm M4×0.7
screw (×4)
60 mm M3×0.5
screw (×4)
Mounting surface
Rubber gasket
(4 pieces)
Flush-mounting a GPSMAP 6000 or 7000 Series Chartplotter
13.Repeat steps 11–12 for each nut plate on the remaining three corners of the mounting surface.
14.Install the rubber gasket on the back of the chartplotter. The top and bottom sections
line up with the holes.
15.If you will not have access to the back of the chartplotter after you mount it, connect
all necessary cables to the chartplotter before placing it into the cutout.
16.Place the chartplotter into the cutout.
17.Secure the chartplotter to the mounting surface using the included 70 mm M4 × 0.7
screws and 7 mm black nylon washers.
NOTE: To prevent corrosion of the metal contacts, cover unused connectors
(page 17) with the attached weather caps.
18.Install the mounting covers by snapping them into place.
Mounting the GPS 17x Antenna
Mounting covers (×2)
You can surface mount the GPS 17x antenna, attach it to a standard 1 in. OD pipe-threaded-pole marine mount (14 threads-per-inch—not
included), or install the antenna under fiberglass.
Select a suitable location for the GPS 17x antenna on your boat. To ensure the best reception, mount the GPS 17x antenna in a location that has
a clear, unobstructed view of the sky in all directions.
• Avoid mounting the GPS 17x antenna where it is shaded by the superstructure of the boat,
a radome antenna, or a mast.
• On a sailboat, avoid mounting the GPS 17x antenna high on the mast to prevent inaccurate
speed readings caused by excessive heeling.
• The GPS 17x antenna provides more-stable readings when located nearer to water level.
• Mount the GPS 17x antenna at least 3 ft. (1 m) away from (preferably above) the path
of any radar beam or a VHF radio antenna.
Temporarily secure the antenna in the preferred mounting location and test it for correct
operation. If you experience interference with other electronics, try a different location. After
you verify correct operation, permanently mount the antenna.
Tools required (not included):
• Drill and drill bits
• Screwdrivers
• Marine sealant (optional)
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Better
Best
Good
SS BARNETT
EMI
EMI (Electromagnetic Interference)
from engine components
Above - best
Below - OK
Radar
3 ft.
(1 m)
VHF Radio Antenna
GPS 17x Placement Considerations
GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
Surface-mounting the GPS 17x Antenna
➋
1. Use the surface-mount bracket as your mounting template, using the following steps:.
• Use a center punch to mark the three screw locations on the surface.
• Use a pencil to trace the cable-hole in the center of the bracket.
• Set the surface-mount bracket aside. Do not drill through the surface-mount
bracket.
2. Drill 1/8 in. (3 mm) pilot holes at the three marked locations.
Note: If you are mounting the GPS 17x on fiberglass, it is recommended to use
Surface-mount
bracket
a countersink bit to drill a clearance counterbore through the top gelcoat layer (but
Seal pad
no deeper). This will help to avoid cracking in the gelcoat layer when the screws are
tightened.
Mounting
surface
3. Use a 1 in. (25 mm) hole saw to cut the cable hole in the center.
4. Place the seal pad on the bottom of the surface-mount bracket. Make sure that the screw
holes align.
5. Use the included M4 screws to attach the surface-mount bracket to the mounting surface.
6. Route the NMEA 2000 cable through the 1 in. (25 mm) cable hole and connect it to the GPS 17x.
GPS 17x
antenna
➊
➌
Rubber
gasket
7. Make sure the large gasket is in place on the bottom of the GPS 17x antenna, place the antenna on the surface-mount bracket ➊, and twist
it clockwise to lock it in place ➋.
8. Secure the antenna to the mounting bracket with the included M3 set screw ➌.
9. Route the NMEA 2000 drop cable away from sources of electronic interference, and connect it to your NMEA 2000 network (page 8).
Pole Mounting the GPS 17x Antenna
With the pole-mount adapter attached to the GPS 17x, you can install the GPS 17x on a standard 1 in. OD pipe-threaded-pole marine mount
(14 threads per inch—not included). You can run the NMEA 2000 cable through the pole or outside the pole.
To mount the GPS 17x with the cable run outside the pole:
1. Route the NMEA 2000 drop cable through the pole-mount adapter, and place the cable in the vertical slot along the base of the pole-mount
adapter.
2. Thread the pole-mount adapter onto a standard 1 in. OD pipe-threaded-pole marine mount (14 threads per inch—not included). Do not
overtighten the adapter.
3. Connect a NMEA 2000 drop cable to the GPS 17x antenna.
4. Place the GPS 17x antenna on the pole-mount adapter ➊ and twist it clockwise to lock it in
place ➋.
5. Secure the antenna to the adapter with the included M3 set screw ➌.
6. (Optional) With the GPS 17x installed on the pole mount, fill the remaining gap in the vertical
cable slot with a marine sealant.
7. Attach the marine mount to the boat if it is not already attached.
8. Route the cable away from sources of electronic interference, and connect it to your NMEA
2000 network (page 8).
To mount the GPS 17x with the cable run through the pole:
1. Position a standard 1 in. OD pipe-threaded-pole marine mount (14 threads per inch—not
included) in the preferred location, and mark the approximate center of the pole.
2. Drill a hole using a 3/4 in. (19 mm) drill bit for the cable to pass through.
3. Fasten the marine mount to the boat.
4. Thread the pole-mount adapter onto the pole. Do not overtighten the adapter.
5. Route a NMEA 2000 drop cable through the pole and connect it to the GPS 17x antenna.
➌
➊
➋
GPS 17x
antenna
Pole-mount
adapter
Vertical cable
slot
6. Place the GPS 17x antenna on the pole-mount adapter ➊ and twist it clockwise to lock it in place ➋.
7. Secure the antenna to the adapter with the included M3 set screw ➌.
8. (Optional) With the GPS 17x installed on the pole mount, fill the vertical cable slot with a marine sealant.
9. Route the NMEA 2000 drop cable away from sources of electronic interference, and connect it to your NMEA 2000 network (page 8).
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Under-deck-mounting the GPS 17x Antenna
The GPS 17x antenna can be mounted under a fiberglass surface with the adhesive pads attached to the under-deck mounting bracket. The GPS
17x will not acquire satellite signals through metal—you can only use the under-deck mount under a fiberglass surface.
1. Determine the location on the fiberglass surface where you want to mount the GPS 17x.
2. Place the adhesive pads on the under-deck mounting bracket.
3. Place the GPS 17x in the under-deck mounting bracket.
4. Adhere the under-deck mounting bracket to the mounting surface.
5. Secure the under-deck mount to the mounting surface with screws. Use extreme care to ensure that the screws do not penetrate the upper
surface of the deck.
6. Connect a NMEA 2000 drop cable to the GPS 17x.
7. Route the NMEA 2000 drop cable away from sources of electronic interference, and connect it to your NMEA 2000 network (page 8).
Mounting
surface
Adhesive
pads
GPS 17x
antenna
Under-deckmounting bracket
Installing Cables
The GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter is packaged with the following cables:
•
•
•
•
A two-pin power cable
A 19-pin NMEA 0183 data cable
A 17-pin marine video cable (the GPSMAP 7015/7215 chartplotter is packaged with two different marine video cables)
NMEA 2000 cables and connectors
Installing Locking Rings on the Cables
To help make the cable-routing process easier, the locking rings are packaged separately from the cables. Each locking ring is packaged in a
small bag with a number on the label for easy identification. After you route the cables, use the following table to identify the correct locking
ring for each cable:
Cable
Power
Connector
Color
Red
NMEA 0183
Blue
Video
Yellow
Video 2
(7015/7215 only)
Purple
Locking Ring
Number
➀
➁
➂
➂
Replacement Locking
Ring Part Number
010-11170-01
010-11170-02
010-11170-00
010-11170-00
Notes:
• The NMEA 2000 cables and connectors come with the locking rings pre-installed. Do not remove the locking ring from a NMEA 2000 cable
while routing the cable.
• Optional Garmin Marine Network components use specialized Garmin Network cables (not included). Each network cable is also
packaged with a separate locking ring, in a bag labeled with a ➃. A network-cable specific locking ring should not be used with a
GPSMAP 6000/7000 cable.
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GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
Installing a locking ring on a cable:
1. Route the cable away from sources of electronic interference so that the cable connector is at the mounting location of the chartplotter.
2. Use the table above to identify the correct locking ring for the cable, and locate the locking ring bag by number.
3. Separate the two halves of the locking ring.
4. Align the two halves of the locking ring over the cable and snap them together.
5. Insert the O-ring into the end of the connector.
Installing a Locking Ring
Installing Cable Grommets
Depending on the installation, it may be necessary to drill holes to route the connector end of the GPSMAP cables. Rubber grommets are
provided to cover the cable holes for a finished look. You may not need the grommets in some installations. The grommets do NOT create a
waterproof seal. To create a waterproof seal, apply a marine sealant around the
Trim to this line for the
Use this hole (no
grommet and cable after installation. Be sure to test the system before installing and
Marine Video cable.
trim) for a power,
sealing the grommets. Purchase additional grommets from your Garmin dealer or
NMEA 0183,
Marine Network, or
directly from Garmin at
NMEA 2000 cable
www.garmin.com.
Tools Required
•
•
•
•
Drill
1 1/4 in. (31.7 mm) paddle drill bit or hole saw
Utility knife
Marine sealant (optional)
Split
To install the cable grommet:
1. Mark the location where you want to route the cable (power, NMEA 0183, NMEA
2000, Marine Video, or Marine Network.)
2. Using a 1 1/4 in. (31.7 mm) paddle drill bit or hole saw, drill the installation hole.
3. Refer to the diagram on page 7 for trimming instructions. Carefully trim the cable
hole in the grommet, as needed.
4. Route the cable to the chartplotter, and test the system.
5. Spread the grommet apart at the split and place it around the cable.
6. Firmly push the grommet into the installation hole until it is seated.
7. Apply marine sealant, as needed, to weatherproof the installation-hole (optional).
Wiring the Power Cable
The GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter must be connected to the power supply for the boat.
1. Route the included 2-pin power cable to the boat battery and to the chartplotter.
2. Connect the power (red) and ground (black) wires to the battery terminals.
Notes:
• Use 14 AWG shielded wiring for extended runs of wire to the power cable.
• Solder all connections and seal them with heat-shrink tubing.
• If your boat has an electrical system, you can possibly wire the chartplotter to an unused holder on your fuse block. If you wire the
chartplotter to the fuse block, remove the in-line fuse holder supplied with the 2-pin power cable.
GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
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Installing the GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Chartplotter and the GPS 17x Antenna NMEA
2000 Network Connections
The GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter is packaged with the necessary NMEA 2000 connectors and cable to either connect a GPSMAP
6000/7000 series chartplotter and a GPS 17x antenna to your existing NMEA 2000 network, or to build a basic NMEA 2000 network. For more
information on NMEA 2000, visit www.garmin.com.
If you are unfamiliar with NMEA 2000, be sure to read the “NMEA 2000 Network Fundamentals” chapter of the Technical Reference for
Garmin NMEA 2000 Products on the included CD or click on the “Manuals” hyperlink on the product page for your chartplotter at www.
garmin.com. For example, www.garmin.com/products/GPSMAP7212/.
Connecting to an Existing NMEA 2000 Network
If your boat already has a NMEA 2000 network installed, use the included T-connectors and drop cable to connect a GPSMAP 6000/7000 series
chartplotter and a GPS 17x antenna to the existing network.
Notice
If you have an existing NMEA 2000 network on your boat, it should already be connected to power. Do not connect the included NMEA 2000
power cable to an existing NMEA 2000 network.
To connect a GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter and a GPS 17x to your existing NMEA 2000 network:
1. Identify where you want to connect the GPSMAP
6000/7000 series chartplotter and the GPS 17x to your
existing NMEA 2000 backbone.
2. Disconnect one side of a NMEA 2000 T-connector from
the backbone nearest to the location where you want to
GPSMAP 6000/7000
series chartplotter
connect the chartplotter.
GPS 17x
To extend the NMEA 2000 backbone (if necessary),
antenna
connect an appropriate NMEA 2000 backbone extension
cable (not included) to the side of the T-connector you
disconnected.
3. Connect an included T-connector to the NMEA 2000
Drop cables
backbone (for the chartplotter).
(included)
NMEA 2000
4. Route an included drop cable to the chartplotter and
device
to the top of the T-connector you added to your NMEA
(not included)
2000 network.
T-connectors
If the included drop cable is not long enough, you can
(included)
add a drop cable extension up to 13 ft. (4 m). If more
cable is needed, add an extension to your NMEA 2000
backbone, based on the NMEA 2000 guidelines.
5. Disconnect one side of a NMEA 2000 T-connector from
the backbone nearest to the location where you want to
connect the GPS 17x antenna.
To extend the NMEA 2000 backbone (if needed),
connect an appropriate NMEA 2000 backbone extension
Existing NMEA 2000 network
(not included)
cable (not included) to the side of the T-connector you
disconnected.
Connecting a GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Chartplotter and a GPS 17x
Antenna to an Existing NMEA 2000 Network
6. Connect an included T-connector in the NMEA 2000
backbone (for the GPS 17x antenna).
7. Route an included drop cable from the GPS 17x antenna to the top of the T-connector you added to your NMEA 2000 network.
If the included drop cable is not long enough, you can add a drop cable extension up to 13 ft. (4 m). If more cable is needed, add an
extension to your NMEA 2000 backbone, based on the NMEA 2000 guidelines.
Notes:
• The diagram on page 8 shows only the NMEA 2000 data connection to a GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter. The chartplotter must
also be connected to power or it will not function.
• One GPS antenna will provide position data for every device on the NMEA 2000 network. Do not connect multiple GPS antennas if you
are using multiple chartplotters.
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GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
Creating a Basic NMEA 2000 Network
GPS 17x
antenna
If your boat does not already have an existing NMEA 2000
network installed, you must create a basic NMEA 2000 network.
To create a basic NMEA 2000 network:
1. Connect the three included T-connectors together, side by
side.
2. Connect the terminators to the ends of the combined
T-connectors.
3. Wire the included NMEA 2000 power cable to a 12 Vdc power
source through a switch. Connect the power cable to the
ignition switch of the boat if possible.
4. Connect the NMEA 2000 power cable to the top of one of the
T-connectors.
5. Route and connect the included NMEA 2000 drop cables
from the GPS 17x and from the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series
chartplotter to the tops of the other T-connectors.
Notes:
• The diagram shows only the NMEA 2000 data connection
to the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter. The
chartplotter must also be connected to power or it will not
function (page 7).
• One GPS antenna will provide position data for every
device on the NMEA 2000 network. Do not connect
multiple GPS antennas if you are using multiple
chartplotters.
Wiring a Garmin Marine Network
GPSMAP 6000/7000
series chartplotter
Ignition or
in-line switch
+
Fuse
NMEA 2000
power cable
-
12 Vdc battery
Drop cables
Male
terminator
Female
terminator
T-connectors
Creating a Basic NMEA 2000 Network
The optional Garmin Marine Network is a plug-and-play system that allows for high-speed data transfer between multiple Garmin chartplotters
and other network-compatible Garmin devices such as a Garmin sonar unit (GSD 22), or a Garmin radar (GMR™ 18 HD or GMR 1206 xHD).
The GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotters have three network ports that can be used to connect other Garmin network-compatible
chartplotters and devices. If the network requires more ports, use a Garmin Marine Network port extender (GMS 10), or another GPSMAP
6000/7000. Data from each connected component is shared by all the connected Garmin chartplotters.
Notes:
• NMEA 0183 devices must all be wired to one chartplotter on the network. The data is then shared over the network to other connected
chartplotters.
• Connect all chartplotters to the NMEA 2000 network as well as to the Garmin Marine Network. NMEA 2000 data is not shared over the
Garmin Marine Network.
• Connect network components, such as a Garmin GMR radar or GSD sounder to any chartplotter on the network or to an optional GMS 10
Network Port Expander. Data is shared between all chartplotters on the network.
• BlueChart® g2 Vision® cartography data is shared between any connected GPSMAP 6000/7000 series and GPSMAP 4000/5000 series
chartplotter.
• Video inputs from the Marine Video cables are only viewable on the connected chartplotter.
• You can connect a GPSMAP 6000/7000 chartplotter to a Marine Network with a GPSMAP 3000 series chartplotter:
◦◦ They will share GPS position information as well as information to and from standard NMEA 0183 devices.
◦◦ They will share information from connected network compatible Garmin devices such as a sonar unit (GSD 22) or a radar (GMR 18 HD
or GMR 1206 xHD).
◦◦ Garmin GPSMAP 3000 series chartplotters cannot share cartography data with the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotters.
• All network components must be connected to the power source of the boat according to their installation instructions. The following
diagrams show only the network connections, not power connections..
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The Garmin Marine Network Cable:
• The Garmin Marine Network Cable (not included) has a locking ring that secures the cable to the
chartplotter or marine network device. Because of the size of this locking ring, it is not connected to
the network cable at the factory to make it easier to install on your boat.
• After the cable is run to the chartplotter or network device, snap the locking ring together around the
connector and insert the rubber washer as indicated on the instructions packaged with the cable.
Note: The locking ring packaged with a Garmin Marine Network Cable should not be used with
any cable packaged with the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter.
Sample Garmin Marine Network Setups:
The following illustrations show common Garmin Marine Network setups. The illustrations only show how the devices connect to each other
using Garmin Marine Network cables. No power connections are shown in any of the diagrams. Ensure that you wire each device to power
according to the appropriate installation instructions.
Garmin GPSMAP
6000/7000 series
chartplotter
Garmin GPSMAP
6000/7000 series
chartplotter
Marine Network with Two Chartplotters
GDL 30A XM® weather receiver
GSD 22 sounder
xxxx
x x x x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
To transducer
Garmin marine radar
Garmin GPSMAP
6000/7000 series
chartplotter
Garmin GPSMAP
6000/7000 series
chartplotter
Extended Marine Network with Two Chartplotters
10 GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
GSD 22 sounder unit
xxxx
GMS 10 marine network port expander
x x x x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
To transducer
Garmin marine radar
GDL 30A
XM weather receiver
Garmin
GPSMAP 3000 series
chartplotter
Garmin
GPSMAP 6000/7000
series chartplotter
Connecting a GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Chartplotter to an Existing Garmin Marine Network
Notes:
• Every device connected to the Garmin Marine Network must be connected to the power supply for the boat. These diagrams show the
network connections; however, they do not show the power connections. Wire each device according to the appropriate installation
instructions.
• These diagrams show the Garmin Marine Network connections; however, they do not show NMEA 2000 or NMEA 0183 connections.
• When connecting a GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter to an existing Garmin Marine Network, the GMS 10 can be used but is not
necessary. The GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter has three network ports and acts as a port expander. Wire the GPS antenna and
additional NMEA devices to either an existing chartplotter or the new GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series chartplotter. The existing chartplotter and
the new GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter share NMEA 0183 data and Garmin Marine Network data.
GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
11
Wiring Additional NMEA 0183 Devices
The NMEA 0183 data cable included with the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter supports the NMEA 0183 standard, which is used to wire
various NMEA 0183-compliant devices, such as VHF radios, NMEA instruments, autopilots, or a computer.
Basic NMEA 0183 Wiring
These diagrams illustrate basic NMEA 0183 wiring used to connect your GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter to NMEA 0183-compliant
devices such as an AIS or DSC device. For more-complete information on the NMEA 0183 capabilities of the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series
chartplotter, see the “Advanced NMEA 0183 Wiring” section (page 13).
+
wire color
Garmin
GPSMAP 6000/7000 series
chartplotter
Fuse
7.5 A - 42 V
Power
cable
NMEA 0183
Cable
BATTERY
10–35 Vdc
Wire
Red (power)
Red (power)
Black (pwr gnd)
Black (pwr gnd)
Black (data GND)
Black (data GND)
>
White
Transmit A(+)
>
>
>
>
orange/white
transmit B(-)
Gray
Receive A(+)
pink
receive B(-)
>
>
>
NMEA 0183-compliant
device
(AIS)
Wiring to a NMEA 0183-compliant Device (AIS)
+
wire color
Fuse
7.5 A - 42 V
Garmin
GPSMAP 6000/7000 series
chartplotter
Power
cable
NMEA 0183
Cable
BATTERY
10–35 Vdc
-
Red (power)
Wire
Red (power)
Black (pwr gnd)
Black (pwr gnd)
Black (data GND)
Black (data GND)
>
orange/white
>
>
>
white
Transmit
gray
Receive
pink
NMEA 0183-compliant
device
>
>
unconnected
Wiring to a Single-ended NMEA 0183-compliant Device
Notes:
• If the NMEA 0183-compliant device has only one receiving wire (no A, B, +, or -), leave the pink wire unconnected.
• If the NMEA 0183-compliant device has only one transmitting wire (no A, B, +, or -), connect the orange/white wire to ground.
• Consult the installation instructions of your NMEA 0183-compliant device to identify the Transmit A(+) and B(-) wires and Receive A(+)
and B(-) wires.
• Use 28 AWG, shielded, twisted-pair wiring for extended runs of wire.
• Solder all connections and seal them with heat-shrink tubing.
12 GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
Advanced NMEA 0183 Wiring
The GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter has four ports to receive NMEA 0183 data (RX ports), and two ports to send NMEA 0183 data
(TX ports). Wire one NMEA 0183 device per RX port to send data to a 6000/7000 series chartplotter, wire up to three NMEA 0183 devices in
parallel to each TX port to receive data from a 6000/7000 series chartplotter.
Each RX and TX port has 2 wires, labeled A (+) and B (-) according to the NMEA 0183 convention. Connect the corresponding A (+) and B (-)
wires of each port to the A (+) and B (-) wires of your NMEA 0183-compliant device. Refer to the table and wiring diagrams when wiring the
6000/7000 chartplotter to NMEA 0183 devices.
Consult the installation instructions for your NMEA 0183-compliant device to identify the Transfer (TX) A (+) and B (-) wires and
Receiving (RX) A (+) and B (-) wires. Use 28 AWG, shielded, twisted-pair wiring for extended runs of wire. Solder all connections and seal
them with heat-shrink tubing.
Notes:
• For two-way communication with a NMEA 0183 device, the ports on the GPSMAP 6000/7000 chartplotters are not linked. For example,
if the RX port of the NMEA-compliant device is wired to TX port 1 on the GPSMAP 6000/7000, you can wire the TX port of your NMEA
0183-compliant device to RX port 1, port 2, port 3, or port 4 on the GPSMAP 6000/7000.
• The ground wires on the NMEA 0183 data cable from the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter and your NMEA 0183-compliant device
must both be grounded.
• Approved NMEA 0183 sentences—GPAPB, GPBOD, GPBWC, GPGGA, GPGLL, GPGSA, GPGSV, GPRMB, GPRMC, GPRTE, GPVTG,
GPWPL, GPXTE, and Garmin proprietary sentences­—PGRME, PGRMM, and PGRMZ.
• The GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter also includes support for the WPL sentence, DSC, and sonar NMEA 0183 input with support for
the DPT (depth) or DBT, MTW (water temperature), and VHW (water temperature, speed, and heading) sentences.
• Select Configure > Communications on the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter to set up NMEA 0183 communications. See the
GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Owner’s Manual for details.
Port
Wire Function
Wire Color
Pin Number
Receiving
Port 1
RX / A (+)
White
1
RX / B (-)
Orange/White
2
Receiving
Port 2
RX / A (+)
Brown
5
RX / B (-)
Brown/White
6
Receiving
Port 3
RX / A (+)
Violet
9
RX / B (-)
Violet/White
10
Receiving
Port 4
RX / A (+)
Black/White
11
rX / B (-)
Red/White
12
Transmitting
Port 1
tX / A (+)
Gray
3
tX / B (-)
Pink
4
Transmitting
Port 2
tX / A (+)
Blue
7
tX / B (-)
Blue/White
8
N/A
GPS 17 in
Green/White
13
N/A
GPS 17 out
Green
14
N/A
spare
Connector
Pin 1
Pin 3
Pin 8
Pin 17
NMEA 0183 Cable
End View
15
N/A
Alarm
Yellow
16
N/A
Accessory on
Orange
17
N/A
Ground
Black
18
N/a
spare
19
GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series NMEA 0183 Data Cable
GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
13
+
Wire
Garmin
GPSMAP 6000/7000 series
chartplotter
Fuse
7.5 A - 42 V
Power
cable
NMEA 0183
Cable
Battery
10–35 Vdc
Wire
see table for
wire colors
Red (power)
Red (power)
Black (pwr gnd)
Black (pwr gnd)
Black (data GND)
Black (data GND)
>
RX / A(+)
tX / A (+)
>
>
>
>
RX / B(-)
tX / B(-)
TX / A(+)
rX / A(+)
TX / B(-)
rX / B(-)
>
>
>
NMEA 0183-compliant
device
Wiring to a Standard NMEA 0183-compliant Device with 2-way Communication
Wire
Fuse
7.5 A - 42 V
Garmin
GPSMAP 6000/7000 series
chartplotter
Power
cable
NMEA 0183
Cable
+
see table for
wire colors
Battery
10–35 Vdc
-
Wire
Red (power)
Red (power)
Black (pwr gnd)
Black (pwr gnd)
Black (data GND)
Black (data GND)
>
>
RX / A(+)
tX / A(+)
RX / B(-)
tX / B(-)
OR
OR
>
>
TX / A(+)
rX / A(+)
TX / B(-)
rX / B(-)
>
>
NMEA 0183-compliant
device
>
>
Wiring to a Standard NMEA 0183-compliant Device for One-Way Communication
+
Wire
Garmin
GPSMAP 6000/7000 series
chartplotter
Fuse
7.5 A - 42 V
Power
cable
NMEA 0183
Cable
Battery
10–35 Vdc
Wire
see table for
wire colors
Red (power)
Red (power)
Black (pwr gnd)
Black (pwr gnd)
Black (data GND)
Black (data GND)
>
tX / A(+)
>
tX / B(-)
rX
NMEA 0183-compliant
device
>
Unconnected
Wiring to Send Data to a NMEA 0183-compliant Device With a Single Wire TX Connection
+
Wire
Garmin
GPSMAP 6000/7000 series
unit
Fuse
7.5 A - 42 V
Power
cable
NMEA 0183
Cable
>
>
see table for
wire colors
Red (power)
Battery
10–35 Vdc
Wire
Red (power)
Black (pwr gnd)
Black (pwr gnd)
Black (data GND)
Black (data GND)
NMEA 0183-compliant
device
rX / b(-)
rX / a(+)
tX
>
Wiring to Receive Data from a NMEA 0183-compliant Device With a Single Wire RX Connection
14 GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
Wiring to a Lamp or to a Horn (Optional)
The GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter can be used with a lamp, a horn, or both, to sound or flash an alert when the chartplotter displays a
message. The alarm does not need to be wired for the GPSMAP 6000/7000 chartplotter to function. The alarm circuit switches to a low-voltage
state when the alarm sounds. The maximum current is 100 mA, and a relay is needed to limit the current from the chartplotter to 100 mA. To
manually toggle visual and audible alerts, install single-pole, single-throw switches.
+
Wire
Color
Battery
10–35 Vdc
-
Fuse
7.5 A - 42 V Red (power)
Garmin
GPSMAP 6000/7000 series
chartplotter
Black (gnd)
Power
cable
Horn
NMEA 0183
Cable
Relay
Yellow (alarm)
Lamp
100 ma max
coil current
Wiring to a Lamp, a Horn, or Both
Wiring to a DB-9 PC Serial Connector
The GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotters can be connected to a PC with a serial port by wiring the chartplotter to a DB-9 serial connector.
+
Wire
Garmin
GPSMAP 6000/7000 series
chartplotter
Fuse
7.5 A - 42 V
Power
cable
NMEA 0183
Cable
Battery
10–35 Vdc
-
DB-9 serial
PC connector
DB-9 pin
numbers
see table for
wire colors
Red (power)
Black (pwr gnd)
pin 5: gnd
Black (data GND)
>
>
>
>
RX / B(-)
RX / A(+)
Pin 3: tX
tX / A(+)
Pin 2: rX
TX / B(-)
>
>
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
End View
Unconnected
Wiring to a DB-9 Serial PC Connector
Wiring to a GPS 17 or GPS 17 HVS Antenna
If you already have a Garmin GPS 17 or GPS 17 HVS installed on your boat, you can wire it to the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter
instead of installing the included GPS 17x. Wire the existing GPS 17 or GPS 17 HVS antenna to the included 19-pin NMEA 0183 cable as well
as to the power supply for the boat, referring to the diagram below. Use 22 AWG shielded wiring for extended runs of wire to the NMEA 0183
cable or GPS 17 HVS cable. Solder all connections and seal them with heat-shrink tubing.
Note: If you are using more than one Garmin chartplotter over a Garmin Marine Network, do not wire more than one chartplotter to a GPS
antenna. The GPS signal is shared between multiple chartplotters connected to a Garmin Marine Network.
+
Wire
color
Garmin
GPSMAP 6000/7000 series
chartplotter
Power
cable
NMEA 0183
Cable
Battery
10–35 Vdc
-
Wire
color
Fuse
7.5 A - 42 V Red (power)
Red (power)
Black (gnd)
Black (gnd)
Orange (acc. on)
> Green (Data out)
> GREEN/white (data in)
Yellow (on)
Blue (data in)
Fuse
1A
>
White (data out) >
GPS 17 or
GPS 17 HVS
antenna
Wiring to a GPS 17 or GPS 17 HVS Antenna
GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
15
Installing Video Cables
The GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotters allow video input and monitor output using the included marine video 17-pin cable. The
GPSMAP 7015/7215 chartplotters have a second marine video 17-pin cable to allow for additional video sources. The GPSMAP 6000/7000
series chartplotters allow for National Television System Committee (NTSC) and Phase Alternate Line (PAL) composite video sources, and PC
monitor output (6008/6208 = VGA output, 6012/6212/7012/7212/7015/7215 = XGA output). The marine video cable inputs are only available
on the chartplotter to which they are attached and will not transmit over the Garmin Marine Network. For detailed marine video pinout
information, see the appendix (page 19).
Primary Video Cable (Video—Yellow Connector)
This cable is supplied with all GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotters, and connects to the yellow video connector on the back of the
chartplotter. This cable allows for two separate composite video sources and it allows for video output to an external PC monitor.
➊
➊
➋
Primary Video Cable
➊ Video 1 and Video 2 inputs (RCA connectors) allow input from two separate NTSC/PAL compatible composite video devices, such as a
VCR, a DVD player, a TV, or a video camera. The chartplotter can display one video input at a time or alternate between the two. See the
GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Owner’s Manual for details. Sound from a video source must be attached to a separate stereo/audio system.
➋ Use the PC monitor output (HD 15-pin) connector for remote viewing of the chartplotter display on a computer monitor. The remote
monitor must be capable of at least VGA resolution and have multi-sync capability. Ensure that the ground of the connected monitor is
connected to the same ground as the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter to avoid interference.
Secondary Video Cable (Video 2—Purple Connector)
This cable is supplied with the GPSMAP 7015/7215 chartplotters, and it is not compatible with any other GPSMAP 6000/7000 series
chartplotter. This cable connects to the purple connector on the back of the GPSMAP 7015/7215 chartplotter, and it allows two additional
composite video sources, an S-Video source, and PC VGA input.
➌
➌
➍
➎
Secondary Video Cable (GPSMAP 7015/7215 Only)
➌ V ideo 3 and Video 4 inputs (RCA connectors) allow two NTSC/PAL compatible composite video devices, such as a VCR, a DVD player,
a TV, or a video camera. The GPSMAP 7015/7215 chartplotter can display up to four video inputs at a time, or it can cycle through all
connected video inputs. See the GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Owner’s Manual for details. Sound from a video source must be attached to a
separate stereo/audio system.
➍ Connect a computer to the PC monitor input (HD 15-pin) connector to use the GPSMAP 7015/7215 chartplotter as a computer monitor. See
the GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Owner’s Manual for details.
➎ S-Video input (S-Video connector) allows input of NTSC/PAL compatible S-Video devices, such as a VCR, a DVD player, a TV, or a video
camera. An S-Video connection provides a higher-quality video signal than a composite video connection.
16 GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
Making the Final Connections to the GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Chartplotter
After the power cable and the GPS antenna (as well as any optional Garmin Marine Network devices, NMEA 0183 devices, NMEA 2000
connections, or video connections) are wired to the boat, connect the cables to the GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter.
Note: You must install the locking rings before connecting the cables to the chartplotter (page 6).
To connect a cable to the back of a GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter:
1. Carefully press the cable into the correct port on the back of the chartplotter until it is firmly seated. Do not force the cable, because this
may damage the pins.
2. After the cable is seated, turn the locking ring clockwise until it is tight. Be careful not to overtighten the locking ring.
➊
➋
➊
➊
➍
➌
➎
➏
GPSMAP 6008/6208/6012/6212/7012/7212 Connectors
➋
➊
➍
➎
➊
➊
➌
➐
➏
GPSMAP 7015/7215 Connectors
➊ Garmin Marine Network connectors (×3) (Black)
➋ NMEA 2000 connector (Black)
➌ NMEA 0183 connector (Blue)
➍ Power connector (Red)
➎ Video connector (Yellow)
➏ Grounding lug (unused in a typical installation)
➐ Video 2 connector (GPSMAP 7015/7215 only) (Purple)
Updating the Chartplotter Software
The GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotter may contain a software update SD card. If so, follow the instructions provided with the card.
If a software update SD card is not included, visit www.garmin.com to make sure your chartplotter software is up-to-date. To identify the
version of software on your chartplotter, select or touch Configure > System > System Information.
GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
17
Appendix
Specifications
Physical Specifications
Specification
Size
Devices
Measurement
GPSMAP 6008, 6208
W × H × D: 11 1/2 × 7 3/8 × 5 7/8 in. (291.5 × 187.8 × 148.5 mm)
GPSMAP 6012, 6212
W × H × D: 15 1/32 × 9 57/64 × 5 27/32 in. (381.7 × 251.2 × 148.7 mm)
GPSMAP 7012, 7212
W × H × D: 13 9/32 × 9 7/8 × 5 27/32 in. (336.8 × 251.5 × 147.8 mm)
GPSMAP 7015, 7215
W × H × D: 15 17/32 × 11 27/32 × 5 7/8 in. (394.9 × 300.7 × 148.5 mm)
Weight
GPSMAP 6008, 6208
11 lb., 5 oz. (5.12 kg)
GPSMAP 6012, 6212
15 lb., 15 oz. (7.23 kg)
GPSMAP 7012, 7212
15 lb., 5 oz. (6.94 kg)
GPSMAP 7015, 7215
17 lb., 6 oz. (7.87 kg)
Display
GPSMAP 6008, 6208
W × H: 6 ¾ × 5 1/8 in. (174 × 131.3 mm)
GPSMAP 6012, 6212, 7012, 7212 W × H: 9 11/16 × 7 1/4 in. (245.8 × 184.3 mm)
GPSMAP 7015, 7215
W × H: 12 × 9 in. (304.1 × 228.1 mm)
Case
All models
Fully gasketed, high-impact plastic and aluminum alloy, waterproof to IEC 60529 IPX-7
Temp. Range
All models
From 5°F to 131°F (from -15°C to 55°C)
Compass Safe GPSMAP 6008, 6208
15 in. (38.1 cm)
Distance
GPSMAP 6012, 6212
16 in. (40.6 cm)
GPSMAP 7012, 7212
25 in. (63.5 cm)
GPSMAP 7015, 7215
17 in. (43.2 cm)
- Lamps inside this product contain mercury and must be recycled or disposed of according to local, state, or federal laws. For information, go to:
Hg www.garmin.com/aboutGarmin/environment/disposal.jsp.
GPS Performance
Specification Parameter
Receiver
Acquisition
Warm
Time
Cold
Reacquisition
Update Rate
Accuracy
GPS
DGPS
Velocity
Measurement
GPS17x: High Sensitivity Differential-ready 12 parallel channel WAAS-capable receiver
Approximately 38 sec. (The device is at or near the last location at which you recently acquired satellites)
Approximately 45 sec. (The device has moved more than about 500 mi. (800 km) since it was turned off.)
< 2 seconds
1/sec., continuous
<33 ft. (10 m) 95% typical
10-16 ft. (3-5 m) 95% typical (WAAS/EGNOS accuracy)
0.05 m/sec. steady state
Power
Specification
Source
Usage
Fuse
NMEA 2000 Load Equivalency Number (LEN)
NMEA 2000 Draw
Devices
All models
GPSMAP 6008, 6208
GPSMAP 6012, 6212, 7012, 7212
GPSMAP 7015, 7215
All models
All models
All models
NMEA 2000 PGN Information
Receive
059392
ISO Acknowledgment
Measurement
10-35 Vdc
35 W max. at 10 Vdc
45 W max. at 10 Vdc
65 W max. at 10 Vdc
7.5 A, 42 V fast-acting
2
75 mA maximum
Transmit
059392
ISO Acknowledgment
059904
ISO Request
059904
ISO Request
060928
ISO Address Claim
060928
ISO Address Claim
126208
NMEA - Command/Request/Acknowledge Group Function
126208
NMEA - Command/Request/Acknowledge Group Function
Transmit/Receive PGN List Group Function
126464
Transmit/Receive PGN List Group Function
126464
126992
System Time
126996
Product Information
127250
Vessel Heading
126996
18 Product Information
GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
Receive
127250
Transmit
Vessel Heading
127258
Magnetic Variance
127489
Engine Parameters - Dynamic
128259
Speed - Water Referenced
127488
Engine Parameters - Rapid Update
128267
Water Depth
127493
Transmission Parameters, Dynamic
129025
Position - Rapid Update
127505
Fluid Level
129026
COG & SOG - Rapid Update
128259
Speed - Water Referenced
129029
GNSS Position Data
128267
Water Depth
129283
Cross Track Error
129025
Position - Rapid Update
129284
Navigation Data
129026
COG & SOG - Rapid Update
129285
Navigation Route/Waypoint Info
129029
GNSS Position Data
129540
GNSS Sats in View
129038
AIS Class A Position Report
130306
Wind Data
129039
AIS Class B Position Report
130312
Temperature
129040
AIS Class B Extended position report
129539
GNSS DOPs
129540
GNSS Sats in View
129794
AIS Class A Static and Voyage Related Data
129808
DSC Call Information
129809
AIS Class B "CS" Static Data Report, Part A
129810
AIS Class B "CS" Static Data Report, Part B
130306
Wind Data
130310
Environmental Parameters
130311
Environmental Parameters
130312
Temperature
130313
Humidity
130314
Actual Pressure
GPSMAP 6000/7000 series chartplotters are
NMEA 2000 certified.
Marine Video Cable Pin Assignments
Connector
RCA 1 center
RCA 1 outer
RCA 2 center
RCA 2 outer
Pin 2
Pin 1
HD-15 pin 1
Pin 7
HD-15 pin 2
Pin 11
Pin 16 HD-15 pin 3
HD-15 pin 5
Pin 17
HD-15 pin 6
HD-15 pin 7
Primary Marine
HD-15 pin 8
Video Cable
HD-15 pin 10
HD-15 pin 13
HD-15 pin 14
HD-15 shell
Pin
2
6
11
15
1
4
3
13
8
8
8
13
7
12
9
Function
Video 1 in
Video 1 ground
Video 2 in
Video 2 ground
VGA, analog—red
VGA, analog—green
VGA, analog—blue
VGA, analog—ground
VGA, analog—red, ground
VGA, analog—green, ground
VGA, analog—blue, ground
VGA, sync ground
VGA, horizontal sync
VGA, vertical sync
VGA, overall shield
Primary Marine Video Cable Pin Assignments
GPSMAP 6000/7000 Series Installation Instructions
19
Connector
RCA 1 center
RCA 1 outer
RCA 2 center
RCA 2 outer
HD-15 pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 1
HD-15 pin 2
Pin 11
HD-15 pin 3
Pin 7
HD-15 pin 5
Pin 17
Pin 16 HD-15 pin 6
HD-15 pin 7
HD-15 pin 8
Secondary Marine
HD-15 pin 10
Video Cable
HD-15 pin 13
(7015/7215 only)
HD-15 pin 14
HD-15 shell
S-Video pin 3
S-Video pin 1
S-Video pin 4
S-Video pin 2
Pin
2
6
11
10
1
4
3
13
8
8
8
13
7
12
9
16
14
17
15
Function
Video 3 in
Video 3 ground
Video 4 in
Video 4 ground
VGA, analog—red
VGA, analog—green
VGA, analog—blue
VGA, analog—ground
VGA, analog—red, ground
VGA, analog—green, ground
VGA, analog—blue, ground
VGA, sync ground
VGA, horizontal sync
VGA, vertical sync
VGA, overall shield
S-Video in, luminance
S-Video in, luminance, ground
S-Video in, chrominance
S-Video in, chrominance, ground
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 1
Pin 2
S-Video In
Pin 1
Pin 5
Pin 11
Pin 15
VGA In
Secondary Marine Video Cable Pin Assignments (GPSMAP 7015/7215 Only)
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