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Humminbird 898 #13702728 09/16/20 11:42 PM
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I just got another unit just like my existing unit. Both are 898's, is there a way I can run both units from the same GPS antenna? If so how what do I need? One unit on the console and want to put the other unit up front.


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Re: Humminbird 898 [Re: Ranger-188-2007] #13702733 09/16/20 11:49 PM
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network them with an ethernet cable. Then use the unit that you connect the gps puck to as the the gps source.

Ethernet cables come in different lengths10,15' would most likely fit best

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Originally Posted by 44 Diesel
network them with an ethernet cable. Then use the unit that you connect the gps puck to as the the gps source.

Ethernet cables come in different lengths10,15' would most likely fit best

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had an 898 linked to an 899 same way


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