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Old 11-06-2024, 14:32   #1
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Input NMEA 0183 to Seatalk1

I have a Raymarine ST60 system on my boat. I have the following displays-- Wind, Tridata, Autopilot and Multi. I have a a RL70C and a 400G course computer.
As my masthead wind sensor is broken I am thinking of getting a wind sensor that outputs NMEA 0183. Is there any place on the seatalk system to input nmea 0183 such that it appears on the seatalk bus and if it does will a ST 60 wind instrument display it?
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Re: Input NMEA 0183 to Seatalk1

https://yachtdevicesus.com/products/...a-0183-seatalk
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Some options here................


https://www.quark-elec.com/product-category/marine/
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Re: Input NMEA 0183 to Seatalk1

if you still have 25 year old Raytheon stuff it's honestly time for a whole new up to date nav system....

raymarine made a nmea 183 to seatalk 1 converter box. but it probably hasn't been made or sold in 10 years.
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What you need is a multiplexer, with ST output and with as many inputs as you have nmea0183 sending units. The multiplexer takes all input data and sends it out on the ST output.
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Re: Input NMEA 0183 to Seatalk1

You could always replace with one of these comes with NMEA and Seatalk interface box. Plug and play.
https://lcjcapteurs.com/en/girouette...c-wind-sensor/
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You could always replace with one of these comes with NMEA and Seatalk interface box. Plug and play.
https://lcjcapteurs.com/en/girouette...c-wind-sensor/

Hello,
Please note that with an NMEA/ SeaTalk1 interface, the displays Raymarine on the network are considered as "slaves". In other words, there is no possibility of setting the wind angle offset or alarms.
As opposed, the LCJ STBG interface, since it converts the NMEA wind vane-anemometer into analogue signals identical to the ST60 masthead and even the ST60+ (different wind speed).
https://lcjcapteurs.com/en/are-you-t...c-wind-sensor/
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