Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] NMEA 183 Connection

Hanspeter Wehrli <hns154es@...>

Hi Richard
Thanks for your fast answer. Unfortunately there is a misunderstanding (my English is too bad sorry). We have a NMEA multiplexer, but we can't find out where the connection is on the side of the B&G Hydra2. Do we need to add a component to the B&G or is there a possibility to connect the wire for the NMEA out + Ground directly to the B&G processor unit?.

----- Original Message -----
From: Richard Tomlinson
Sent: Sunday, October 02, 2005 9:00 AM
Subject: RE: [Amel Yacht Owners] NMEA 183 Connection

You can't just connect two differing NMEA streams together nad hope that the
receiving instrument will correctly interpret them. You need to connect them
to an NMEA multiplexer first.

>From: "hns154es" <>
>Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] NMEA 183 Connection
>Date: Sun, 02 Oct 2005 02:03:29 -0000
>Hello to all
>Maybe somebody can help us. We've connected the NMEA 183 "out" from the
>Garmin GPS to the Autopilot ST 7000 "in". This works fine. Now, we also
>would like to connect the NMEA 183 "out" from B&G Hydra2 to the
>Autopilot "in". It seams not to be as easy. Has someone done this
>already? We'd appreciate if you could give us the correct advice to do
>that. It is easy on the autopilot side. The big question is the B&G
>Hydra2 side.
>Thanks for helping us and
>best regards
>Hanspeter & Nathalie Wehrli
>SM 158, SY "NatHape", Panama

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