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[CA11] 2004 Mainship Pilot 34 Rum Runner Axiom 9
09-30-19, 06:54 PM (This post was last modified: 10-02-19 01:17 PM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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[CA11] 2004 Mainship Pilot 34 Rum Runner Axiom 9
I have an Axiom 9, a Raymarine new vhf, and a 300 navigator along with a new AIS700. I have not connected the gps since I have a gps position that is recognized by the axiom, the vhf, and the 300 over a seatalk ng network. I connected the AIS 700 to the seatalk network and thought that it would regognize the position like the other instruments. If i connect the gps to the AIS700 can I avoid two different gps positions? how??
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10-02-19, 01:17 PM
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RE: [CA11] 2004 Mainship Pilot 34 Rum Runner Axiom 9
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum wlsnow100,

Q. I connected the AIS 700 to the seatalk network and thought that it would regognize the position like the other instruments. If i connect the gps to the AIS700 can I avoid two different gps positions? how??
A. Please note that the AIS700 is not dependent upon nor can it be configured to utilized an external NMEA 2000 / SeaTalk / NMEA 0183 GPS data source for its operation. Like all Class B AIS transceivers, the AIS700 is dependent upon its own internal GPS receiver which requires GPS signal which is gathered via the supplied antenna.
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