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Old 11-11-2016, 11:28   #1
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Raymarine ST 60 displays with B&G Network senders

Am looking at getting a used Raymanrine ST6000 autopilot with ST60 displays. Can IO use the existing wind, speed and depth tranduscers from my B&G Network (circa 1999) system with the Raymarine unit.

Would especially like to hear from someone who has done the same transition. I am mainly getting it to have a fully redundant autopilot andc can live with out the wind, speed and depth on this unit, although would prefer to have them.

Have just started going through the books. If I'm lucky they will all be NMEA 0183 and work without a hitch. Presume the Raymarine is SeaTalk so probably won't get lucky on this.

Thanks for any help on this.
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