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Smart Controller
11-28-17, 07:27 PM
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RE: Smart Controller
(11-28-17 04:05 AM)rsqunit Wrote:  Do I need to provide separate power to the SeaTalk Smart Controller Base Station or will it get power from the SeaTalkng backbone?
The plan is to power the backbone via the ACU-400 as shown in the diagram.

Yes, the Smartcontroller base station and any other ST1 device will be powered via the convertor. Powering from the ACU400 will be perfect as it's right in the middle of the network (LEN) load, minimising voltage drop to either end of the network, as it looks like you're already well aware.

(11-28-17 04:05 AM)rsqunit Wrote:  I'm attaching my network design so you can see how everything is connected.
Nice drawing. Everything looks good to me.

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Smart Controller - rsqunit - 11-23-17, 01:19 AM
RE: Smart Controller - rsqunit - 11-28-17, 04:05 AM
RE: Smart Controller - Tom - Raymarine - Moderator - 11-28-17 07:27 PM
RE: Smart Controller - rsqunit - 11-28-17, 07:30 PM

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