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Maretron Mini Termination Resistor - No LED

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  • Required For NMEA 2000 Network Trunk End
  • Termination Resistors are Waterproof
  • Item #: 
    258220
    Brand: 
    Maretron
    Model #: 

    Multiple Models Available

    Packaged Weight: 
    0.10 Lbs.
    List Price: 
    $11.30
    Our Price:
    $9.49
    258220 Maretron Maretron Mini Termination Resistor - No LED Multiple Models Available

    Termination Resistors are required on a NMEA 2000® network and are placed at each end of a network trunk cable. Like the double-ended cordsets, the termination resistors are waterproof and continue to function even while submerged in the bilge.

    Features:

    • Screw connector for positive connection
    • Termination resistors are used to terminate both ends of the trunk line

    Mechanical

    • Thermoplastic PUR/Blue-Gray – TR-NM, TR-NF
    • Thermoplastic PUR/Clear – TRl-NM, TRl-NF
    • Contact Carrier Mat/Color: Thermoplastic PUR/Blue-Gray
    • Contact Mat/Plating: Brass/Gold
    • Coupling Nut Mat/Plating: Brass/Nickel

    Electrical

    • Rated Voltage: 300 V DC
    • Internal Resistor: 120 Ohms (1/2 W)
    • Voltage Monitoring: (Bus Power)
    • Green: Correct Polarity
    • Red: Reversed Polarity – TRl-NM, TRl-NF

    Environmental Protection

    • Class: IEC IP67, NEMA 1,3,4,6, 13
    • Temperature Rating: -40°C to 80°C (-40°F to 176°F)

    Approvals

    • NMEA: NMEA 2000® Approved
    • IEC: IEC 61162-3

    Note: NMEA 2000 cables come in two sizes:

    1. Micro Cables are the most common size used on boats 40' and under. Raymarine, Lowrance and Simrad typically use this size cable
    2. Mini Cables are heavier duty cables used on larger boats to power many more nitts with longer runs
    Maretron Mini Termination Resistor - No LED
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      MARE MINI TERMINATION RESISTOR MARE MINI TERMINATION RESISTOR
      Maretron Mini Termination Resistor - No LED - Female
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      MARE MINI TERMINATION RESISTOR MARE MINI TERMINATION RESISTOR
      Maretron Mini Termination Resistor - No LED - Male
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    TR-NM
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    List Price: $11.30
    Our Price: $9.49
     
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    Termination Resistors are required on a NMEA 2000® network and are placed at each end of a network trunk cable. Like the double-ended cordsets, the termination resistors are waterproof and continue to function even while submerged in the bilge.

    Features:

    • Screw connector for positive connection
    • Termination resistors are used to terminate both ends of the trunk line

    Mechanical

    • Thermoplastic PUR/Blue-Gray – TR-NM, TR-NF
    • Thermoplastic PUR/Clear – TRl-NM, TRl-NF
    • Contact Carrier Mat/Color: Thermoplastic PUR/Blue-Gray
    • Contact Mat/Plating: Brass/Gold
    • Coupling Nut Mat/Plating: Brass/Nickel

    Electrical

    • Rated Voltage: 300 V DC
    • Internal Resistor: 120 Ohms (1/2 W)
    • Voltage Monitoring: (Bus Power)
    • Green: Correct Polarity
    • Red: Reversed Polarity – TRl-NM, TRl-NF

    Environmental Protection

    • Class: IEC IP67, NEMA 1,3,4,6, 13
    • Temperature Rating: -40°C to 80°C (-40°F to 176°F)

    Approvals

    • NMEA: NMEA 2000® Approved
    • IEC: IEC 61162-3

    Note: NMEA 2000 cables come in two sizes:

    1. Micro Cables are the most common size used on boats 40' and under. Raymarine, Lowrance and Simrad typically use this size cable
    2. Mini Cables are heavier duty cables used on larger boats to power many more nitts with longer runs
     
     

     
     

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