Originally Posted by 12 sail away
Neil, I have an old (1999) Raytheon rc520 plotter, functioning but I never use it...looks like stone age.. I always use the Ipad for navigation
. So I like to put some hardware
between my Raytheon equipment
(wind, speed, type100 etc.) to wireless connect with iPad/inavx
I'm trying to figure out if you need a multiplexer or not. If all of the instruments are connected with Seatalk
then your chart plotter can probably output all of the NMEA data on a single
NMEA wire, in which case you don't need a multiplexer.
NMEA connection will be ideal for my soon-to-be-released NMEA to WiFi Bridge which will get the data from your chart plotter to your iPad.