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[TG11] Add i50 data and Smart Controller to EV100 wheelpilot... is schematic correct?
05-24-18, 11:55 AM (This post was last modified: 05-27-18 09:05 PM by Tom - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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[TG11] Add i50 data and Smart Controller to EV100 wheelpilot... is schematic correct?
Have been doing my research here and with the manuals, and think I have the right setup figured out but was hoping to double check before I start ordering extra parts etc.

I started with no network at all, I just had i50 depth and i50 speed displays that had power coming to them and nothing else.

I have recently installed an EV100 wheelpilot, which gave me my first SeaTalkNG network. I used the "standard" installation for the EV100, here is link to schematic for original install (can't seem to attach images):
http://www.pictureofnectar.com/outside/base.png

I now would like to include a SmartController to control the autopilot with, and also bring my speed and depth data onto the network (speed so autopilot to work more precisely, and also speed and depth to go to the SmartController).

My plan is to add SeaTalkNG backbone to another T, with a spur cable going to the i50 depth and another spur cable going from i50 depth to i50 speed. Past the new T would be another backbone cable going to the SeaTalk & SeaTalkNG Converter (R52131). That converter would mostly be filled with blanking plugs, but would also have SeaTalk to SeaTalkNG cable (A22165) going to 3 way connector block (D244) which would have the SmartController base station plugged into it.

Here is link to my updated schematic:
http://www.pictureofnectar.com/outside/new.png

Does this look like the correct way to go about this? Did I miss anything?

Thanks in advance.

-- Bass


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[TG11] Add i50 data and Smart Controller to EV100 wheelpilot... is schematic correct? - basssears - 05-24-18 11:55 AM

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