As Dave said you need an NG to 2000 adapter cable a NMEA 2000 tee and
Hard part is routing the NMEA cable.
On Monday, October 17, 2016, Dave via CnC-List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Jake, my ICOM m506 vhf is NMEA 2000 compliant and has an. AIS receiver.
> It plugs into my accursed seatalk NG network via an adapter cable, and my
> ray i70 displays the AIS targets. Plug and play. SeatalkNG is an nmea
> 2000 network with a proprietary cable system intended to make it difficult
> to use any non-Raymarine instruments on your network. the data is the same,
> you must simply deal with some non–mating plugs.
> I have the icom vhf and a garmin GPS antenna on my SeatalkNG network and
> both work fine. In one case I added a field attachable nmea2000 connector
> to a SeatalkNG cable, in another I bought a raymarine adapter cable.
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> Date: Sun, 16 Oct 2016 11:43:59 -0400
> From: "Jake Brodersen" <captain_j...@cox.net
> To: "'G Collins'" <cnclistforw...@hotmail.com
> Subject: Re: Stus-List AIS VHF
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> Yes, that would talk to my current plotter, but not to my Raymarine stuff
> that is SeaTalk NG. There's probably a converter available somewhere. I
> plan on getting a Raymarine plotter soon, so everything will be NG then.
> Sent from my iPad
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