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SeaTalk NMEA Bridge128SD w. repeater display, Keyboard and USB
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Hi, I plan to get your SeaTalk NMEA Bridge128SD on my new sailing boat At the moment my PC is connected to my VHF Standard Horizon GX2200E to get AIS data on MAXSEA charts as well as the bluetooth GPS puck. These are all working properly. Now I would like to connect the Raymarine wind device ST60 (Seatalk) to the brigde to send GPS data to it and also to the PC. Same for Advansea multi S400 (NMEA0183) to get STW and depth on the PC. Would it be possible using your your SeaTalk NMEA Bridge128SD ? That would give this configuration : [url]https://www.dropbox.com/s/sbpl0ct9mg73ws7/IMG_0546.JPG?dl=0[/url] Rob
The GPS puck is connected to the PC. Also I can see the ST4000 Wheelpilot shows Course data, so I know the fluxgate compass is working. Nmea Output not seen yet $IIHDM Heading compass $IIVLW Total / Trip Mileage Do I first have to input GPS sentences before I get the above information? Maybe heading needs variation? I could send this sentence from the PC puck GPS to input Tiny Seatalk. $xxRMC Speed over Ground, Course over Ground, Latitude, Longitude, Time, Date $xxZDA Date & Time $xxGLL Position but none of these appear to have magnetic variation. Also I found a number of ST60 posts that indicate that only Apparent Wind data is on the ST bus, that each device has to calculate True Wind data.
ST60 <> ST Link <> Opencpn PC
I have connected the ST Link 12vdc version (RS232 & powered version) to a Serial to USB connector, then USB Hub, and PC USB. I have a BU-353-S4 connected that give COG, SOG, time, etc. Vessel 12Vdc power ranges from 12v-14.5v when engine is on and alternator is charging. - Is that acceptable? Should I have a fuse? 1 amp? I have ST60 Tridata (depth, speed thru water, temp) ST60 Wind Raymarine Fluxgate Sensor connected to the nmea 0183 connectors on the ST4000 Wheel autopilot. From the Opencpn Nmea data stream it appears I am receiving SIIMTW water temp, SIIVHW speed thru water, SIIDBT depth, (DPT) SIIMWV wind angle and speed, However I do not appear to be receiving: VLM Total/Trip Mileage HDM heading compass from the fluxgate - Even when I turn on the autopilot. Why isn't the HDGs data on the seatalk bus even though the fluxgate is connect to nmea input on autopilot. Don't I need this data for the true boat heading? What would you suggest it do to get this working? When I bring up the Opencpn Dashboard Apparent Wind speed and angle is shown, but not True Wind speed, angle and direction is not available, also VLM total/trip mileage do not show. I have screenshots and a recording of the data stream, I could upload. The device was very easy to set up. Thank you for making it!! It would be wonderful if I could get all the available data working. Rick Gleason
no AIS data
hi I have a VHF RO4800 with AIS but I have no AIS sentence on the multiplexer. I'm French and it's difficult for me to explain but the wires are in the good port. I have setting the VHF and I tryed RS232 and RS422 on differents speeds but no AIS on the config tool program. I don't understand why it's not good. Can you help me ?
Hi again, well - we need to find out how to get time and date from the data your GPS is sending. Than we could build a RMC Sentence from this + GLL Data. Unfortunately I can not see where to get time and date from the data in your logfile above. Any Ideas ? Regards, Frank
Hello Marcin, > Can the multiplexer convert speed through water data from st30 to nmea? To be honest - I don't know. I would have said - yes of course - until I read you posting. I never heard of an "older SeaTalk Version". We have connected different types of STxx Speed, Wind etc. But I have never tried a ST30 Speed myself. And since I didn't even know there is something like an "older SeaTalk Version", I just can't confirm that it it working. > Can the multiplexer help feed speed though water from st30 to st60 wind? Same problem. I juts don't know if the multiplexer understands this strange "old SeaTalk". If you like, we could just try it. I could send you a small SeaTalk-NMEA-Link just for testing and than we'll see if it can read ST30 data. Best regards Frank
Is seatalk from st30 supported?
Hello I am trying to connect st30 speed to st60 multi repeater and st60 wind. When connecting the three "normally" via seatalk, the st30 does not pass speed through water to st60 multi. I found some information that this could be due to st30 using an older version of seatalk1 than that used by St60, see [url] http://raymarine.ning.com/m/discussion?id=6492755%3ATopic%3A110542 [/url] for a discussion of a similar issue. My questions are: 1. I need speed though water as nmea (to show in garmin gps). Can the multiplexer convert speed through water data from st30 to nmea? I just wanted to ensure that st30 version of seatalk1 is supported by the multiplexer - because the st60 multi does not repeat the data from the seatalk network. 2. Can the multiplexer help feed speed though water from st30 to st60 wind? How would that be achieved? Seatalk->nmea->seatalk - with the "overwrite" option as explained on p. 18 in the manual? Many thanks for your inputs on this issue. Marcin [/code]
Hello Frank, I just purchased a new VHF DSC which accepts only RMC and not GLL to display the position, but my GPS sends only GLL. Is there a way to do the conversion with the bridge to convert the GLL in RMC? Thanks for your feedback, Best regards
I didn't read this section as I thought it was only applicable to Seatalk messages. But this is exactly what I'm looking for. I use a triducer Airmar DST800 (speed - depth - temperature) and I need to calibrate speed and depth in nmea, not in seatalk My previous nmea multiplexer had such option (in % for speed and value for depth), but it was always overflowing and configuration tool wasn't userfriendly.
Thanks for clarifying. Btw, apart from the photos, you also missed the "2 NMEA 0183 outputs" text [url=http://www.gadgetpool.de/bestellen/catalog/product_info.php/products_id/93] on this page (below the first two photos).
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