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S100 Did I buy the wrong model?
09-16-16, 12:08 PM
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S100 Did I buy the wrong model?
Just bought an S100. It has the Sea Talk 3 pin plug on the base station. My current instruments are all Sea Talk ng products. Connectors are not compatable. A literature search shows a converter kit E22158 but reading the literature leaves me unsure if this will work. My S100 is E15024. My existing next gen gear is i50 E70059 depth, i50 E70058 speed, i60 E70061 analogue wind, c95 E70011 MFD, P70 E22166 autopilot controller, M81130 linear drive, E70096 EV1 evolution sensor, and E70099 ACU 200. All share the same backbone and 3 A06049 5 way connectors tie it all together. There is one blank plug on the 5 way connector that is wired to the EV1 and buss power supply and ties the other 2 A06049 connectors together so it is in the "middle" of the backbone. Wpould my S100 work if i buy the converter kit E22158 and plug it into the blank plug, then wire the S100's base station to the kit?
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Rick Parish
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09-16-16, 01:01 PM
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RE: S100 Did I buy the wrong model?
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum Rick,

Both of Raymarine's wireless autopilot remote controls feature a SeaTalk communications interface rather than a SeaTalkng communications interface as do the other products which you have specified. As such, it would be necessary to install an E22158 SeaTalk to SeaTalkng Converter within the SeaTalkng backbone and then connect the wireless autopilot remote control's base station to the yellow SeaTalk socket of the SeaTalk to SeaTalkng Converter. A D244 SeaTalk Junction Block may be use to join the SeaTalk cable from the wireless autopilot remote control's base station to the SeaTalk to SeaTalkng Converter Cable which is in turn connected to the yellow SeaTalk socket of the SeaTalk to SeaTalkng Converter.
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