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SeaTalk NMEA Bridge 32 (Basic Line) without Display
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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
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
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
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
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
connect an LCD to a nmea bridge seatalk ver 3.5
can I connect an LCD to a nmea bridge seatalk ver 3.5?
tacktick addendum works fine!
Today we made the first sailtour of the season. This time i have a working tacktick , i have made a unit that converts the ttl-ouput from tacktick to rs422. I have many new features; in my raymarine plotter i have a yellow arrow that shows the wind on the map. It also shows 3 additional fields in the data-window, true wind, apparent wind and ground wind. The updated mux software works as a charm, the wind information followed me across a 3 hour tour, everything was working "as intended". When i get a chance i will test to have the autopilot steer against wind . Regards
Helo Frank: Thanks for your quick response. As soon as possible Iíll put a brief description of the App with images of displays. I donít have yet any customer. Only one (my friend) and I worked free for him. My intention is to obtain some profit selling this app worldwide for Internet. As I said in my first post, Iím not interested in selling hardware, for avoid the difficulties inherent to commercialization. The business model of selling software is easier (for me). I donít think the open source is good for me as a business model. If I give free my work everybody Ņ how can obtain any return?. Or if I sell the first App with open source, I`ll not sell any more, even worse, other people would obtain profit selling my work as theirs. The App is only a prototype. Iíll need some time to finish it, and in order to sell it, develop a web site for that. My question for you is if you might be interested in selling my app in your web (when completely finished). I think in a commercial model like Sea Plotter. People can download free the App for test in a period of time, and if satisficed completely, pay for a license. Best regards Juan
Do you think that other sailors can be interested in this application?
I'm still work on a Bluetooth / W-Lan adaper for our SeaTalk NMEA Bridge. So your app might fit perfectly to our SeaTalk NMEA Bridges. Yes - I'm interested in your Android app Maybe you know - I want our customer to really "own" what the pay for. For me, that means, circuit diagrams are available, all the sources are available. I believe - when you pay for something, you should have all information to - fix it, improve it, change it, understand it. Especially when it comes to Cellphone apps, I want my customers to know what that software does. Does it read my contact data, does it send my position to the internet ..... Therefore - Is your App open source for your customers ? I certainly don't mind to ask for money for the work done. Open source for me it "free as in Freedom". It's not free as in "free beer" Best regards Frank
Hello: I am new in this forum. My mother language is Spanish so I apologize if my English is not very good. Sorry (I donít know German). I have developed a program in Android that shows displays of four virtual instruments of RayMarine: Auto Pilot, Wind, Tridata, and GPS. I have used a RS-232 to Wifi converter (http://en.usr.cn) and one auxiliary electronic to convert Sea-Talk signal to RS-232. (Thomas Knauf). The stream of Seatalk data is received transparently in the phone or tablet. All the work of decoding messages is done in the android program. The project begins for satisfied the needs of a fiend that wanted to know the wind velocity when at anchor in the cabin. Do you think that other sailors can be interested in this application? My intention is to obtain some profit, in selling this program, but I am not interest in commercialize hardware, only the software. I can send more information if interested Best regards Juan
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