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Old 31-07-2010, 06:20   #1
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Pilot Plug and Laptop

Hello to everybody, i have a question about the connection AIS and laptop. i bought recently pilot plug cable and the softwares Navi sailor 3000 / Nobeltech / and Max sea. despite my efforts to transfer the targets to my laptot from my AIS(JOTRON TR-2500) VIA pilot plug i cannot view targets. What is going wrong. i set the speed 38400 both at AIS and laptop. What really happens? is anybody know to help me..
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Old 31-07-2010, 07:42   #2
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Look under device mamager and see what port is being used for the AIS. Set the device manually in MaxSea. I have had difficulty with MaxSea identifying the port automatically - even with the Time Zero version. Widows is also finically about USB to Serial connectors - Edgeport or other devises using the TI chip work.
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