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Old 27-11-2020, 13:18   #1
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Question Nx2, Autohelm St400+ and Geonav 5 Touring

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I just bought a Maxi 900 sailboat. I have an NX2 Server witch I connected the wind, log sensor and 3 Multi Control display in a row. I have a Autohelm st4000+ autopilot, now it can only drive by geographical direction. Is that possible that the autopilot get wind data from the NX server somehow(eg.: NMEA)? If yes how should I wire it?

I also have an Autohelm st50 Depht sensor. Can the Depht instrument communicate by SeaTalk? As I see both have seatalk connector.

And one more question. I also have a Geonav 5 Touring. It's have a NMEA connector too. Is that possible to connect Geonav and Nx2server to st4000+? For a full automatic driving.

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