Raymarine RNS-8 8-Port Gigabit Network Switch



Model Number: A80732

Condition: Brand New

Availability: In stock


Raymarine RNS-8 8-Port Gigabit Network Switch

Model: A80732

  • 8 RayNet Ethernet gigabit ports for fast and reliable connectivity
  • 4 dedicated Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) ports for powering cameras and remotes
  • Rugged IPX6/IPX7 construction
  • Reliable, waterproof RayNet connector Ethernet cable ports
  • Designed for simple bulkhead mounting
  • LED power and network port status indicators
  • Unmanaged- simply plug and play with Raymarine devices.
  • Remote diagnostics and performance monitoring via web browser
  • For extended networks, up to 8 RNS-8 switches can be daisy-chained together

The RNS-8 network switch is a premium network switch for integrated Raymarine chartplotter systems. Use the RNS-8 to integrate Axiom displays with radars, sonar modules, and FLIR thermal cameras. The RNS-8 features 4 dedicated Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) ports for integrating and powering POE-compatible devices like CAM300 marine IP cameras and RMK-10 remote keypads. The RNS-8 also supports networking with Raymarine YachtSense digital control systems and the YachtSense Link marine mobile router. Multiple RNS-8 switches can be daisy-chained together for larger systems. The RNS-8 is simple to install and requires no complicated setup.


Nominal supply voltage 12 or 24 V dc
Operating voltage range 9 to 32 V dc
Power Consumption 160 W (Maximum) @ 12 V dc
Connectivity 3-pin male connector common with RNS-5 (1.5m power cable included)
Operating temperature range -25°C (-13°F) to + 55°C (131°F)
Storage temperature range -30°C (—22°F) to + 70°C (158°F)
Humidity up to 93% @ 40°C (104°F)
Water ingress protection IPx6 and IPX7
Dimensions (l x h x d) Length: 287.63 mm (11.32 in).Height: 125.5 mm (4.94 in). Depth: 78 mm (3.07 in).
Weight 0.96 Kg (2.12 lbs)
Protocols RayNet Ethernet. Legacy SeaTalkHS using an adaptor cable
Connection Speed 1 Gigabit
Number of Ports 8 x10 pin RayNet Connector’
POE (Power over Ethernet) Yes. 4 POE ports support (lower, red nuts) PoE Classes 0 to 4, with 30 W maximum power available for each port