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[CA11] adding a67 MFD to existing Seatalk network
08-15-18, 09:30 AM (This post was last modified: 08-31-18 01:40 PM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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[CA11] adding a67 MFD to existing Seatalk network
I recently acquired an a67 MFD and would like to integrate it into my existing seatalk system. Currently, I have a SmartPilot X-5, ST6002 Controller, ST60+ Wind, ST40 Speed and ST40 Depth that are all networked using ST1. Since the a67 MFD and the SPX-5 both use STNG, I believe that I need to upgrade the Seatalk system to STNG and use a ST1-STNG Converter to integrate all of the older components that are not STNG compatible.

The diagram attached shows my intended network plan. Assuming that I do not intend to add any more components in the near future, is this the best layout for the system that will allow me to use the SmartPilot to its maximum effect (i.e. driving to wind angle)?

Thanks in advance for any input you can provide as I have read too much trying to plan the upgrade.


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[CA11] adding a67 MFD to existing Seatalk network - waXrules - 08-15-18 09:30 AM

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