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Thanks Franck! I'll try later with another "classic" usb serial adapter and I'll say the result. stefano

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Ok - here we go again. I just checked the link to the USB Converter you gave above. I'm afraid, this is not the right converter to use. The adafruit website say's "and the RX/TX pins are 3.3V level for interfacing with the most common 3.3V logic level chipsets. " The bridge has a "real" Rs232 Port. Those 3.3 Volt convertes, like the one you have, are ment to be used to connect a Microcontoller running on 3.3 Volt directly to the USB Port. A RS232 Port, like the one on the bridge, has DIFFERENT voltage levels and different signal levels ( High/low reversed ) You would need to use something like [url]https://www.adafruit.com/products/18[/url] You don't have to use this special adafruit device. You can purchase a normal RS232 <-> USB converter in any computer shop or online store. Best regards Frank

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Hi again, you say "I have local echo on" and "I wrote $xxx and enter, but I received nothing". You should see the $xxx you type, but nothing more. Correct ? The bridge responds when it "see's" a CR and a LF. On linux usually on LF ist the default. Could you please verfiy, that minicom does send "CR and LF" when you press enter ? I don't have a linux here at the moment. So I can not give you the details where to switch that on. Cheeres Frank

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Hi Franck, what I did was to connect the RS232 port of nmea bridge with this usb serial cable: https://www.adafruit.com/products/954 I used RX, TX and ground connected respectively to a green, white and black and I put the input pin on rs232. I'm sure that cable works fine, I tried it with a gps device. I used linux and minicom configured at 4800 8N1, no handshake, local echo on. When I powered the nmea bridge I received on minicom a few nonsense characters, like if the baudrate was wrong. I wrote $xxx and enter, but I received nothing. Where I'm wrong? Thanks for your interesting, stefano

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Hi steb, yes. THe bridge should work without SeaTalk. Just connect the +12 Volt and GND on the SeaTalk Terminal and leave the SeaTalk Pin unconnected. > Because I tried this configuration but doesn't work at all. Could you describe a litte bit more in detail what did not work ? How did you try it and what did not work as expected. Thank's Frank

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How to try nmea bridge without seatalk data?

Hi. I just received the nmea bridge and now I want to try it at home. It's possible do it without connect the seatalk data, but only 12 Volt and ground and a rs232 (tx, rx, gnd) link to pc? Because I tried this configuration but doesn't work at all. I use a usb-serial adaptor at baudrate 4800 8N1. Thanks in advance, stefano

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Hallo hdc27, bitte entschuldigen Sie die Verzögerung. Das Gehäuse des Multiplexers hat 13 cm x 13 cm. Höhe 4 cm. An den Stirnseiten wird noch Platz für die Stecker und Kabel benötigt. Das ist etwas anhängig von den verwendeten Kabeln. Man sollte aber auf jeden Fall auf den Stirnseiten noch mindestens 2-3 cm Platz freihaben. Im Titel steht "Linux 64-bit" - haben Sie hierzu auch eine Frage ? Das config-tool ist auch als 64-Bit Linux Version verfügbar - falls das die Frage war. Gruss Frank Wallenwein

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Hi Keita, not sure I really 100% understand. If your SeatalkNG to SeaTalk converter does translate the Radar Alarm and AutoPilot Alarm data from SeaTalk NG to Seatalk, than you can use the SeaNet-Alarm for external alarms. I just don't know if this SeatalkNG to SeaTalk converter does translate this data into SeaTalk. Maybe your manual says something about it ? Best regards Frank

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SeaTalkNG connecting

Hi, First of all thanks for being there. I have Seatalk NG Network and SeatalkNG to SeaTalk comvertor. I am trying to connect an external alarm by SeaNet-Alarm. Alarm source(Rader Alarm,AutoPilot Alarm) are on SeatalkNG. Can do it? Keita in japan.

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Abmessungen Multiplexer/Linux 64-bit

Hallo Herr Wallenwein, ich bin am Multiplexer interessiert, kann aber die genauen Abmessungen nicht finden... Danke für die Antwort!

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