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SeaTalk NMEA Bridge 32 (Basic Line) without Display
SeaTalk NMEA Link (USB) with galvanic isolation
SeaTalk NMEA Bridge32 (basic line) with repeater display
5V Switching Power Supply
NMEA Multiplexer with bidirectional SeaTalk port and USB
SeaTalk NMEA Link (RS232) with galvanic isolation
JTAG-ICE for AVR controllers (USB Interface 3,3..5 V )
Plug for SeaTalk Connection
SeaTalk NMEA Bridge128SD w. repeater display, Keyboard and USB
Reflow Kit (small)
Hello, I try the SeaTalk NMEA Bridge128SD this WE, i have a ..
So - eine erste unstable Testversion ist compiliert und kann probiert werden [url=http://www.gadgetpool.de/nuke/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=viewdownloaddetails&lid=71]Multiplexer_stConfig_Tool_for_RaspberryPi_2[/url] im Downloadbereich. Gruss Frank Wallenwein
Hallo Herr Wallenwein, Danke für Ihre Antwort. Nein, leider habe ich QT nicht installiert. Ich würde mich trotzdem sehr freuen, wenn es klappen könnte. Schon jetzt bin ich sehr glücklich mit der Kombination Muxer und Raspi. Per ser2net gibt er die seriellen Muxer-Daten auf einen TCP-Port aus und funktioniert gleichzeitig als WIFI-AP. So habe ich GPS, Tridata, Wind und AIS (vom Funkgerät) z.B. in OpenCPN kabellos verfügbar. Die Übertragung läuft absolut stabil. Wenn ich jetzt noch per RDC das Configtool benutzen könnte, wäre das die Krönung... Danke für Ihre Mühe und Gruß, Harm Meiners
Hi Frank, I would be happy with the NMEA sentence being editable - then you can enter in whatever string I want to trigger the alarm. I believe these AIS beacons transmit AIS messages 1 (position) and 14 (safety related) when activated so in my case I would look for a message 14. For resetting the alarm I was thinking a timer that you can adjust could suffice but an acknowledge line would be even better. Best Regards Ian
Did you receive the E-Mail I sent ? I didn't get a reply and therefore I can't help. Best regards Frank
Hallo Herr Meiners, das das Config tool nicht einfach so auf dem Raspi läuft, das wundert mich nicht. Es ist für X86 Prozessoren compiliert und der Raspi hat einen ARM Prozessor. Man kann das Tool auf dem Raspi compilieren. Ich habe noch ein Raspi Model 2, aber die Compilerumgebung und QT habe ich darauf noch nicht installiert. Haben Sie zufällig die QT Entwicklungsumgebung auf Ihrem Raspi installiert ? Wenn nicht kann ich das mal tun - dauert aber noch etwas. Gruss Frank Wallenwein
Hello Ian, good Idea. Here are my first thoughts. We already have something similar - our SeaNet Alarm. [url=http://www.gadgetpool.de/nuke/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=37]See HERE [/url] This device has am BTS 442 automotive mosfet switch to switch on/off the alarm horn / light. This device is built to listen to SeaTalk messages instead of NMEA messages. I have to check, if the circuit could be modified to be able to listen to NMEA messages as well. Otherwise we could, of course, modify the muxer firmware to identify an AIS MOB Signal. ( I'll have to check what a AIS MOB sentence looks like ) I guess we also need an acknowledge button to switch off the alarm horn ? Best regards Frank
MOB Alarm Output Feature
Hi, We recently purchased an Ocean Signal personal AIS beacon which attaches to the lifejacket and emits an AIS MOB signal when activated. I have an AIS receiver which receives this AIS MOB signal and this is connected to the NMEA Multiplexer and then to the chartplotter. We often do overnight passages where one of us sleeps while the other is on watch. I would like to modify the NMEA Multiplexer so that when it reads an AIS MOB message it operates a loud external alarm to wake the sleeping crew. I'm an electronics engineer and feel confident of being able to interface the alarm to the microprocessor but I'm not so confident with modifying the firmware to read the AIS MOB message and operate an I/O line. I would be grateful if the firmware was modified to add this feature. The NMEA message that causes the alarm could possibly be editable so that it appeals to more people by being able to be triggered by other NMEA messages. Thanks Ian
ConfigTool auf Raspberry Pi
Hallo Herr Wallenwein, ich nutze einen Raspberry Pi (B+ V1.2), um die Daten des Muxers per WIFI an mein Tablet zu senden. Gerne würde ich auch das ConfigTool auf dem Raspberry (Rasbian) ausführen können, was mir aber nicht gelingt (weder 32- noch 64-bit). Können Sie mir da helfen? Vielen Dank und herzliche Grüße, Harm Meiners
Hello Juan, I am interested by your App on Androïd. Do you have now some picts of the Display on tablet or phone, pricing ? Also your hardware to convert Seatalk datagrams to RS232 is it available ? (I understand that you are not using a gadgetPool converter) Thanks for your help. Best Regards, Jean *************************************************** Verfasst am: Di Mai 06, 2014 3:07 am Titel: Antworten mit Zitat Helo Frank: Thanks for your quick response. As soon as possible I’ll put a brief description of the App with images of displays. I don’t 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, I’m not interested in selling hardware, for avoid the difficulties inherent to commercialization. The business model of selling software is easier (for me). I don’t think the open source is good for me as a business model. If I give free my work everybody ¿ 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. I’ll 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
Hi Frank, First of all, many thanks for your reply ! Yes, I can believe that it would be useful to many users of Autohelm/Raymarine Course Computers which are SeaTalk1 (old or not so old) compliant only. There are many users worldwide of ST6000/7000, Type 100/300 and S1/S2/S3 CC. Please, let me explain further : As you are aware of, SeaTalkNG (NMEA2000) is the main standard today for marine network instruments and autopilot Raymarine communications. SeaTalkNG is embedding Seatalk1 wiring but does not support all SeaTalk1 functions. Nomore Seatalk1 products are manufactured nor supported today. As a main example, a SeaTalk1 Course Computer can be controlled/displayed by a new SeaTalkNG Control Unit (as the Raymarine P70 or ST70) but only for the +/-10, +/-1, Auto Standby and Track functions, exactly as a 128SD Bridge can do it. Commission is necessary not only at the first time but : Calibration process of the CC or parameter change is needed each time something is to be replaced or repaired on the boat, i.e. new compass fluxgate or compass fitted on an other place, CC itself, Control Unit, rudder or wheel system, mechanic/hydraulic and so on... Also when the boat itself is changed ! To enter the calibration process (compass linearization, alignment and initial settings) or to change the settings during navigation (rudder amount, sensitivity level...), the user needs a fully Seatalk1 compliant Control Unit as the ST6000/7000, ST6000+/7000+, ST6001, ST6002, ST8001/ST8002 - or a well known ST600R Remote Control. As the above SeaTalk1 Control Units are becoming very rare on the second hand market and as the new SeatalkNG ones do not support the Seatalk1 calibration process, the user is forced to abandon all electronic components of his autopilot on the shelf and to buy a new one. Very expensive ! The Bridge 128SD could be used as it is like a SeaTalk1 Control Unit but unfortunately not like a ST600R remote because of the lack of calibration. I can send you a Type 100/300 CC mother board or a ST4000+ Autopilot for testing purpose, no problem. Thanks for the C source code. I am afraid that it will take a lot of time for me to re-learn the C compiler and linker... For sure you will be more efficient than me. Please let me know your understanding and aim about. Best regards, Jean
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