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analog ver St NG
10-04-17, 01:29 PM
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analog ver St NG
Hi - Installing a number of STng new Raymarine products,

I70 I60 P70 Ray260 AIS 650 RS 150 E95

Dual helm sailboat which currently has ST60's

My plan is to install a new A22111 DST800 smart transducer to connect to the I70, I have a ST70 windpod however I believe I could connect the wind vane via the analog connection versus using the wind pod. The cost of the A22111 versus a ITC converter is a wash, any advantages to using one over the other?

Questions:

are there any advantages to using the Wind pod and a STng signal versus using an analog signal to the I60 and then STng from the I60 to the Stng bus?

My plan is to use a STng to St1 converter to send all data to the ST 60 which would be repeaters.

As always many thanks
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10-04-17, 02:18 PM (This post was last modified: 10-04-17 02:22 PM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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RE: analog ver St NG
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum David,

Q1. Are there any advantages to using the Wind pod and a STng signal versus using an analog signal to the I60 and then STng from the I60 to the Stng bus?
A1. No

Note: the DST800 will not be interfaced directly to the i70S MFID. Instead, it will be interfaced to an unoccupied spur socket within the SeaTalkng / NMEA 2000 backbone as will the i70S, i60, p70, EV-1, ACUxxx, Ray260, AIS650, RS150, and E95.
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