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Old 14-04-2020, 20:51   #31
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Re: Connecting seatalkng

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Question is how do I get the NMEA183 data out of the C120 and into the laptop?
- Serial cable thru existing 10 pin DSub?
- NMEA 183 port with a serial converter?
- Ethernet? converter required?
It would have to be through some sort of serial/USB device. Which is why I suggest you just go straight from SeatalkNG to USB and use the C120 as an extra display somewhere. Take the C120 out of the equation.

I use this:

But there are other options.

BTW, I have a C125 in my SeatalkNG bus. It does some great things, like run my radar and it's the primary GPS. I just don't use it to feed 0183 into anything. There's no need.
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