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04-15-16, 03:38 PM
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help me please, will this work
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04-18-16, 08:05 AM
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RE: Configuration
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum Kvoysey,

Per our phone conversation, your diagram appears to be correct with the following exceptions and recommendations:
- the single SeaTalkng power insertion point should be located at the approximate mid-point of the backbone's LEN load.
- it is recommended that you consider adding a Raystar 130 GPS Sensor to the system ... to be installed in a location affording it an unobstructed view of the skies overhead.
- references to SeaNet HG should be changed to Ethernet
- references to SeaNet NG should be changed to SeaTalkng
- reference to WS-12 should be changed to eS125 MFD
- reference to ES-12 should be changed to eS128 MFD
- compatible transducers for the ax8 MFDs, eSx8 MFDs, and CP100 may be found here
- the longest length of a SeaTalkng/NMEA 2000 spur is 5m ... your EV-1 Sensor Core's spur length will need to be adjusted accordingly.
- Like many video, audio and data cables, HDMI cords can suffer from signal degradation at longer lengths—50 feet is generally considered the maximum reliable length. And it's rare to see an HDMI cable longer than 25 feet in a store. Even online, cables more than 50 feet long can be hard to find.
- The part number for the SeaTalkng DST800 Depth/Speed/Temperature Instrument Transducer is A22111.
- Ray70 and Ray260 supporting AIS reception also include a configuration setting to disable AIS reception ... this may be desirable should the vessel also be equipped with an AIS transceiver.
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