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Old 28-04-2021, 04:02   #16
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Re: Raymarine SeaTalk, 1 ,2 ,ng wiring crossreference

I thought the AI50 does communicate over NMEA2000 as mentioned on this post https://www.cruisersforum.com/forums...000-54688.html When I looked in the manual it also mentioned NMEA2000 however I will need to reread that when I'm back on the boat.

Thank you for replying it's really helpful as I'm struggling to find information on the AI50 unit
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Old 28-04-2021, 18:49   #17
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Hey I have a Simrad AI50 AIS I’m trying to connect to a seatalkNG backbone. There do not appear to be any cross over cables available for simnet to seatalkng.

Do you know which colour cables on simnet match the seatalkng so I can splice the two cables together?
the wire colors inside a simnet, device net (nmea 2000) and stng is all the same. blue, white, red, black, shield. I think one color is different in the simnet. so just join the 2 odd colors

I think the only option is to get a simnet cable and stng cable and cut both ends off and splice together yourself. or you could get a male and female nmea2000 end to join the 2 together. but that would be wasting money.
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Old 28-04-2021, 19:25   #18
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Re: Raymarine SeaTalk, 1 ,2 ,ng wiring crossreference

Donít you just love the plug-and-play simplicity of N2K and yet both major marine manufacturers with which you are dealing have proprietary flavors? According to the manual the AI50 is Simnet/N2K.

Defender sells a Simnet -> N2K cable. They also sell a SeaTalkng->N2K adapter that allows you to connect an N2K cable to a SeaTalkng T or 5-port connector. (Check the gender of all connectors, I didnít).
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Sorry, realized I forgot the adapter link. https://www.defender.com/product.jsp?id=4871658

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Oh I thought the Simrad AI50 does send data over NMEA2000.

My fault. You are right SimNet equals to NMEA2000. You only need a cable.
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https://www.ebay.de/itm/Simrad-24006...-/233208251862
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Old 29-04-2021, 07:55   #22
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Her is a link to the different cable colors: https://panbo.com/n2k-cable-mixing-not-a-big-woop/
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