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Old 17-01-2008, 12:13   #1
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Combination of Systems

hi,
is there anybody out there with well working systems of different producers, in short - will it work when i combine raymarine tridata with a furuno radar, tacktick windsystem and garmin chartplotter???
thanks for your input......
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Interesting......I'm looking for the same info......Tack Tick wireless to Garmin 545 Chartplotter!!
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Re: combination of systems

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Interesting......I'm looking for the same info......Tack Tick wireless to Garmin 545 Chartplotter!!
I need the same info! I have my Garmin hooked up to the autopilot and VHF radio already. It would be great to get true winds!
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Re: Combination of Systems

has anyone found an answer to this. I'd like to use tacktick, wind, speed, depth interfaced to Garmin chartplotter. Possible
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Re: Combination of Systems

I will be able to comment on this soon. We are replacing all electronics and I am installing an NMEA2000 network backbone and using transducers, sensors, receivers, radar, multifunctional displays, VHF, AIS and autopilot from 8 different vendors.

In theory, it should be no problem as long as all players are truly NMEA2000 compliant. I can let you know how this works out in a month or so.

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I have a Lowrance HDS-10 with same brand 3G broadband radar, Sirius sat weather, Standard Horizon VHF/DSC/AIS, ETEC engine parameters, Simrad heading sensor all ethernet, nmea2000, or nmea 0183'd together and it works great. Sonar gives me a few hiccups but that is an analog interface.
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