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Bob Johnson
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I just upgraded to a Garmin 942xs with Fantom radar. I have AIS250  and a ST1000 autopilot I would interface. I think the problem isI can't do both because there is one NEMA 0183 in and out but the two devices are different baud rates. Can either be put onto the Seatalk to Seatalkng network I have a Raymarine adaptor cable that goes Seatalkng to N2K.as a spur that I will connect to the 942xs unit Is there a solution to my dilemma?


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Stephen Lee
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Similarly, I am thinking about switching to a Garmin chart plotter but would like to keep Raymarine radar RD418HD and Raymarine autopilot ST70- X10.  I have a Raymarine C120W chart plotter that  I can't get to interface with a Vesper AIS.

Can  I keep the RM radar and autopilot and switch to a Garmin chart plotter?


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Bill Kearney
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Posted by: @seadog47

I just upgraded to a Garmin 942xs with Fantom radar. I have AIS250  and a ST1000 autopilot I would interface. I think the problem isI can't do both because there is one NEMA 0183 in and out but the two devices are different baud rates. Can either be put onto the Seatalk to Seatalkng network I have a Raymarine adaptor cable that goes Seatalkng to N2K.as a spur that I will connect to the 942xs unit Is there a solution to my dilemma?

There are things that can combine/share 0183 data.  Yacht Devices makes a router that'll handle NMEA 0183 in-out and N2K.

But understand that most radar systems are designed to work on the same brand display ONLY.  Garmin radar on a Garmin display, Raymarine on a Raymarine chart plotter, etc.  


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Bob Johnson
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It turns out that the Raymarine AIS has a multiplexer built in. AIS is working via 0183 but the autopilot can be seen but I haven't figured out how to interface it. I think in the end I'll use the autopilot independent of the chart plotter using it mainly on long runs as, the more I read it looks like it can't be interfaced.


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