NMEA and Seatalk to wifi

Discussion in 'OnBoard Electronics & Controls' started by ruysg, Aug 11, 2016.

  1. ruysg
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    ruysg Junior Member

    Hi there,

    I've got an raymarine i70 Multifunction with wind and depht data and a new horizon vhf with an AIS reciever. I'm looking into setting up a system to have the data from these instruments replicated and sent over a wifi network so I could have secndary displays on phones, tablets and pcs over a browser or app.

    I've solutions such as:




    Any recommendations or advices?
  2. JohanH
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    JohanH Junior Member

    Works like a charm with my Raymarine/Garmin mix of instruments. Takes in NMEA0182, Seatalk and NMEA2000 and send out on wifi. It also has support for SignalK which might be the new open standard for marine electronics.
  3. tspeer
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    tspeer Senior Member

    I installed the Shipmodul bluetooth multiplexer in my TackTick instrument system and it worked well. I recorded the data on a Macbook.

  4. david1972
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    david1972 New Member

    Last edited: Mar 15, 2017
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