NMEA 2000 Marine Wired Remote
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What is the difference between the NRX300 and NRX200i?
The NRX300 has an optically bonded screen which means it is more resistant to water/salt etc. and now matches the appearance of Fusion's new headunits. The functions are still the same.
Why does my NRX remote not turn on?
Ensure NRX power is 'enabled' in the Settings menu if you are powering the remote from your stereo.
I cannot connect my wired remote, it displays "Waiting for Network".
Refer to the Installation Instructions to ensure the NMEA wiring is correct and inspect all connections on the network.
My MS-NRX300 does not power on.
Connection options to power the MS-NRX300 NMEA2000 remote control
Depending on which Fusion stereo you have, there are several ways to power the remote:
- Via an existing powered NMEA2000 network - this is when you simply use a NMEA2000 tee to connect a drop cable from the remote to the network and be visible to compatible Fusion stereos on the network. This also allows the stereo to be controlled by partnered Multi-Function Displays that support the Fusion-Link protocol on the same network.
- A Fusion remote control network powered from the stereo - this is enabled from the settings menu on compatible Fusion stereos. The required wiring is supplied with the remote.
- A Fusion remote control network powered from a 12V supply - this requires a NMEA power cable (Fusion PN: CAB-000541) to build a network (see diagram below)
Do I have to use the round remote supplied with my MS-BB100?
The remote control supplied with the MS-BB100 must be connected for the system to function correctly.
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NMEA 2000 Marine Wired Remote
Introducing the MS-NRX200i NMEA 2000 Certified Wired Remote Control, which is out of the box NMEA 2000 ready and includes all necessary cables to connect to an existing network.
Install a MS-NRX200i Wired Remote in each of the independent audio zones of your vessel, for localised zone volume level and global source control. Control each audio zone independently from multiple remotes connected to your compatible FUSION marine stereo, or manage the entire entertainment experience from a single remote control.
The Large 2.6" Daylight viewable LCD will display multiple lines of text, for easy navigation of your iPod music library and full track, artist and song duration display.
The fully sealed enclosure of the MS-NRX200i is rated IPx5 water resistant, ideal for installation around the boat or on the deck.
The MS-NRX200i comes complete with all the necessary cabling for quick and simple integration to an existing NMEA 2000 network, there is no need to run additional cabling to the FUSION marine stereo. Simply connect the marine stereo and the MS-NRX200i to the same backbone for instant communication.
The MS-NRX200i is also compatible with all FUSION-Link partnerd Multi-Function-Displays connected to a supported FUSION marine stereo.
FUNCTIONS AS A NMEA 2000® REPEATER
The MS-NRX200i wired remote can communicate with other NMEA 2000 devices connected to the same NMEA 2000 network, to display information like depth, speed and wind direction.
The NRX200i remote control can be configured to display NMEA2000 network data, the following options are available:
Speed over Ground
Speed through Water
Included NMEA 2000 Cabling: 1 x NMEA 2000 T-Connector, 1 x In-line Terminator, 1 x Female Terminator, 1 x Male Terminator, 1 x 6Mtr NMEA 2000 Extension Cable.
Note: the MS-NRX200i requires an additional cable for connection to a MS-IP700, MS-AV700 and 1st Gen MS-RA205 marine stereos. Two cables are available (CAB000860 For NMEA 2000 networks and CAB000859 for FUSION audio only networks)
|Compatible With||MS-UD750, MS-AV750, MS-RA70N, MS-BB100, MS-UD650, MS-AV650, MS-BB300 and MS-RA205. Note: MS-BB100 and MS-RA70N require an existing powered NMEA 2000 network.|
|NMEA 2000||LEN:3 (150mA)|
|Operating Voltage||10.8 - 16Vdc|
|Current Consumption||@12V 110mA|
|Operating Temperature||From 0 to 50°C (from 32 to 122°F)|
|Storage Temperature||From -20 to 70°C (from -4 to 158°F)|