The LGC-2000 attaches directly to Lowrance products that display GPS position information. It has a blue connector on the end of the cable. The LGC-2000 requires 9 to 20 volts DC power. It draws power through the unit or from the NMEA 2000 buss (see unit manual for instructions on powering a NMEA 2000 buss).
If dashboard reception is poor, simply relocate the antenna mod- ule elsewhere on the vehicle for a clearer view of the sky. LGC-2000 Module, bottom view (left) and top view (right). Once you’ve determined the mounting location, use the template on page 3 to drill the screw holes.
Pole Mount The GPS module attaches to the pole mount adapter with the supplied 4mm screws. You can route the cable through the slot in the side of the module and down the side of the pole. Or, you can pass it down through the pole mount adapter and run the cable inside the pole.
Extras (see back page for contact information) for a NMEA 2000 buss adapter cable if you would like to do this. Simply attach the LGC-2000's connector to one end of the adapter cable and attach the other to an avail- able port on the NMEA 2000 buss, as shown in the following image.
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