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"No data" message on st6002
08-11-17, 12:37 PM
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"No data" message on st6002
Hi all. I have an autopilot system which consists of st6002 control head, fluxgate compass, st1 smart pilot computer and st4000mk2 wheel drive. Other instruments are st60 speed, depth and wind. Mfd is es75. All connected together via seatalking using seatalk to seatalking converter kit. All works fine, except times, happens kinda often, when st6002 head displays "no data" message while autopilot is engaged. Setting pilot to standby and back to auto does not fix the problem. But after pilot is set to standby, "no data"message disappears immediately and head is showing its routine screen with heading and rudder bar. "No data" happens in both, heading and wind wang mode. This might happen several times and for several miles, then everything is back to normal after pilot is turned on. Could last for hours and many miles until it happens again for no aperent reason. All connections were checked, found nothing wrong. What could be the problem?
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08-22-17, 08:09 AM (This post was last modified: 08-22-17 08:48 AM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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RE: "No data" message on st6002
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum Art,

The "No Data" message is indicative of an autopilot which has been commanded into Track Mode and is not receiving navigational data associated with the Go To Waypoint/Cursor or Follow Route. This may result from a software defect, networking issues, or poor GPS satellite signal reception. It is recommended that all devices having a SeaTalkng communications interface be updated with the latest available Raymarine product software updates. Should the problem persist thereafter, then it is recommended that a system diagram of the vessel's system be attached to this thread for further analysis. The diagram should list each device within the vessel's marine electronics system and indicate how they have been interfaced to one another. It is further requested that you indicate whether the system's GPS sensing device has been installed in a location affording it an unobstructed view of the skies overhead.
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