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Networking helix #13551729 05/09/20 05:56 PM
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Will I need the ethernet switches with only 2 helix. Someone said
If I got a heading sensor I would? sick
Thanks.

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Re: Networking helix [Re: Chasin Hogs] #13551781 05/09/20 06:58 PM
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No and No.

There are two heading sensors that you can subsribe to the units via Ethernet, iPilot LINK and Lowrance Point1.

Humminbird's GPS/Heading sensor AS GPS HS connects directly to a display and is power by the display.

Last edited by Wayne P.; 05/09/20 06:59 PM.

Helix 12 CHIRP MEGA SI+ GPS G3N, 1198c SI, Helix 7 CHIRP MEGA SI GPS G3,
Helix 10 MEGA DI+ GPS G3N, SOLIX 12 SI, MEGA 360, RC-1
Re: Networking helix [Re: Chasin Hogs] #13551784 05/09/20 07:06 PM
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Thank you Wayne. I read all your info!

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