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Title: NMEA 2000
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Connect a SeaSmart WiFi:

Connect the N2K backbone to the SeaSmart WiFi. The backbone will provide provide power.

Once connected, link iNavX to SeaSmart WiFi ..

http://www.gpsnavx.com/iNavX/help/seassmart.htm

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Connect an Actisense NGW-1 ISO to a Brookhouse iMux:

Blue wire to NMEA CH1,2, or 3 of the iMux B
White wire to NMEA CH1,2, or 3 of the iMux A

If you are using an iPad and have a N2K autopilot:

Black wire to NMEA Differential (RS422) Out of the iMux B
Red wire to NMEA Differential (RS422) Out of the iMux A

Connect NGW-1 ISO to N2K backbone.

Once connected, link iNavX to iMux ..

http://www.gpsnavx.com/iNavX/help/imux.htm

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Connect an Actisense NGW-1 ISO to a DigitalYacht iAIS or DigitalYacht WLN10:

Blue wire to NMEA In - of the iAIS
White wire to NMEA In+ of the iAIS

Connect NGW-1 ISO to N2K backbone.

Once connected, link iNavX to iAIS ..

http://www.gpsnavx.com/iNavX/help/iais.htm


NOTE: Both the iMux and iAIS can be simultaneously interfaced to a Mac or PC via a USB port. This allows the N2K data (Converted to N0183) to flow to both iNavX and a marine navigation application on a PC or a Mac.
Scott Dillon
Sydney Australia
North Shore 38
CYCA
 
  


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