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Hallo jmgsailing, es gibt einen "NotFunktion" für den Fall dass ein Update misslingt. Solange die "Bootloader Software" noch auf dem Prozessor ist, können wir es retten. - SeaTalk Stecker abziehen. - USB abziehen - SeaTalk Datenleitung aus Schraubklemme entfernen ( Gelb ) - +12 Volt (ROT) und GND (Silber) belassen. - Ein Stück Draht von GND zum SeaTalk Dateneingang der Klemme legen. ( mittlerer Anschluss, an dem vorher die Gelbe Leitung war ) - SeaTalk Stecker aufstecken. Es ist also nun +12 Volt, GND angeschlossen und GND ist zum mittleren Anschluss gebrückt. Die gelbe SeaTalk Leitung ist nicht angeschlossen. - USB anstecken. Die LED sollte -- schnell -- blinken. Wenn sie das tut, dann ist der Bootloader noch in Funktion !! Nun Megaload starten, Programmdateien auswählen, Baudrate und COM Port einstellen. Wenn Megaload bereit ist, dann die Brücke von GND nach SeaTalk Dateneingang entfernen. Megaload sollte nun den Softwareupdate durchführen. Erklärung : Die SeaTalk Leitung ist - wenn gerade keine Daten gesendet werden - auf 12 Volt. Wenn der Bootloader bein Einschalten die SeaTalk Leitung auf GND ( 0 Volt ) sieht, so bleibt der Bootloader einfach stehen und wartet darauf, dass der SeaTalk Eingang wieder +12 Volt sieht. Im Normalfall wird dies sofort passieren. Der SeaTalk Bus ist ja im normalfall auf +12 Volt. Durch unsere Brücke von 0 Volt auf SeaTalk verbleibt der Bootloader in Wartestellung. Nachdem die Brücke entfernt wurde, startet der Bootloader und versucht mit Megaload zu komunizieren. Bitte teilen Sie mir mit, ob es geklappt hat. Gruss Frank Wallenwein

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Seatalk Link wird von megaload nicht erkannt.

Hallo Frank. Wollte gerade mein Seatalk Link von version 1.62 auf Ver. 1.69 updaten. Nach der eingabe von $SWUPDATE wurde auch die richtige Antwort empfangen. Habe dann Megaload gestartet die Comm Schnittstelle eingestellt, und die beiden Dateien geladen. Leider hat die programmierung aber nie angefangen. Habe das Seatalk Link abgestckt und wieder angesteckt , aber keine Funktion mehr. es wird zwar das Gerät vom Computer als Com3 erkannt, aber es kommt keine Antwort mehr. Gibts da eine Abhilfe? Bitte um schnelle Antwort da ich heute auf Segeltörn fahre. Danke

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Hi gairia, sorry. I don't know this QC2004A display. I can not support any display. As I said, if it is compatible to the KS0073 Chip, it would work. Otherwise you would have to check the datasheet - find out what type of controller the QC2004A display has, and maybe make modifications to the display driver routines. Best regartds Frank

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Hi Frank, I have a LCD model QC2004A

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Multiplexer "dead" after a re-boot

Hello Frank, I installed the mp 2 weeks ago, and had to do a few adjustments. I saw the nmea and seatalk lines being shown on screen. Immediately after having activated the re-boot, the communication halted and whatever I did, it did not come back on line. Have reconnected via the Seatalk Bridge, and I get the various comm in. Have tried the mp to re-boot by switching off the power, but nothing changes. It remains dead. A short time before I had updated to the latest firmware. Any suggestions what to do? Peer

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wireless remote controller

Hi, on market different wireless remote controllers (e.g. raymarine with or without display; tacktick; NKE) are available but they are very expencive. Could you evaluate if it could be an interesting project for you? Thanks a lot p.s. I am a very happy user of your ST-NMEA bridge since 2010 :D

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Hi Bob, thank you for your update. Well - learned something again. I had no idea, that it's the water temperature sensor, that switches between master and slave. This is valuable information to other users as well. Thank's again Regards Frank

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Thanks Frank. Getting the ST60 to give a reasonable 'True' wind will be the 'icing on the cake'. I'll update you when I learn more. Bob
Frank, I had left the two wires which sense water temperature connected to the saloon display. Reading up on the device, I ffind that these two wires dictate that the display is designated as the 'master'. After I disconnected the pair and restarted the instruments, the 'Boat Speed' correctly displayed SOG and the true wind speed was indicating as it should. My cake has been 'iced' . Thanks very much for your help Regards Bob

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Hi gairia, yes. you can. Depending on the type of display, it's easier or a little bit more difficult. You could get a EA-DIP 204-4 Display, simply solder it to the PCB, load the Firmware "with LCD" and that's it. If you would like to use a different type of display it could be a little bit more work. If you use a display with KS0073 chip, you could use the default software. You would have to connect D0..D7, RS,RW,E and Power. If you would like to use a display with a different chip, you would have to adapt the displaly driver part of the firmware. That depends on the type of display and its display controller. If you know what display you want to connect, just drop me a note. Maybe I can assist. Of course you could send you the circuit diagram and the PCB layout, so that you know how connect it. Best regards Frank

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connect an LCD to a nmea bridge seatalk ver 3.5

can I connect an LCD to a nmea bridge seatalk ver 3.5?

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