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NMEA converters by Yakbitz

YAKKER NMEA0183 converters by YakBitz

A range of compact NMEA0183 converters with low current drain.

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Available as:

  1. Yakker Single NMEA0183 input to Wi-Fi output
  2. Yakker 2 port NMEA0183 input to Wi-Fi output
  3. YakBak Bi Directional NMEA to Wi-Fi device, communication in both directions
  4. YakMux 3 input/3 output + USB, NMEA0183 combiner (multiplexer)
  5. SeaTalk1 to NMEA Bridge
  6. SeaTalk1 to NMEA wi-fi Bridge
  7. Seatalk1 to NMEA USB Bridge

Please note that these products are not water proof and must be installed in a dry place. The manufacturer’s warranty does not cover damage as a result of water penetration.

1. YAKKER Single input port NMEA in wi-fi out 

A single input port (wired) NMEA 0183 to wi-fi converter by Australian manufacturer YakBitz with a two year warranty.

This very small device measures just 54mm x 34mm x 15mm and is the perfect answer to converting NMEA0183 data to wi-fi for sending to another device. Examples of the possible use mught be, sending AIS from an AIS device to a wi-fi enabled chart plotter, a phone, tablet or PC. Using this device together with a phone or iPad with a Navionics or C-Map chart download or an Open CPN chart will enable AIS targets to be overlaid on the chart. current drain is just 80 m/a

 

 

Single port NMEA to Wi-Fi device

 

 

 

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2. Dual port version of the device above. The two input ports provide a way to send two NMEA devices to a wi-fi device/network.

 

 

Dual port NMEA0183 to Wi-Fi out

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3. Bi Directional NMEA to Wi-Fi device

 

 

Two way connection using Bi directional NMEA to wi-fi

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4. YakMux, 3 port NMEA0183 combiner (multiplexer)

3 input and 3 output ports + USB

Combine any input to any output or/and the USB connection. Port in and port out baud rate can be individually defined.

Set up is by USB connection to a PC using a serial interface program such as PuTTY. Full user instructions sent with the Mux.

Need the Mux set up? no problem, just describe how you want the set-up and we do it for you at no cost. Tell us which input port to which output you want connected and at what baud rate.

 

 

The Mux default setting is:

USB PORT speed fixed at 115200

USB IN(From Computer) mapped to PORT 2 OUT,

PORT 1 IN and PORT 1 OUT speed = 38400

PORT 1 IN mapped to USB OUT (To Computer), PORT 1 OUT,

 

PORT 2 IN and PORT 2 OUT speed = 4800

PORT 2 IN mapped to USB OUT (To Computer), PORT 1 OUT, PORT 3 OUT,

 

PORT 3 IN and PORT 3 OUT speed = 4800

PORT 3 IN mapped to USB OUT (To Computer), PORT 1 OUT, PORT 3 OUT,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SeaTalk Devices: Convert Raymarine SeaTalk1 to NMEA0183, each has its own way of connecting, Raymarine send equipment only, for SeaTalk1 – not SeaTalk ng.  If your Raymarine equipment is  2019 or later, it is likely to be ng and these converters will not work – please check.

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. SeaTalk1 to NMEA Bridge Connect SeaTalk to an NMEA device via wired connections input and output

6. SeaTalk1 to NMEA wi-fi Bridge as for 5 but using wi-fi for the NMEA output side

7. Seatalk1 to NMEA USB Bridge as for 5 but using a standard USB connection to send NMEA to a PC

Please note that these products are not water proof and must be installed in a dry place. The manufacturer’s warranty does not cover damage as a result of water penetration.

 

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