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Question Navico TP5000/5500 Parts

We have a practically unused TP5000 tiller pilot in need of some help. (AKA Crazy Otto) After 45min he proceeds to do circles instead of maintaining course and we have to shut him down. What we would like to find is HP5000 hand programmer or the wiring diagrams to explore driving him with a sentence or two from the GPS. Anyone know what happened to Navico? It is my understanding a radio control box JB5000 would provide the same interface. (NEMA 180,182,183 supported). Check your junk box.
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Navico were bought out by Simrad, and now Simrad and Lowrance trade under the Simrad name.

This About us | Navico will explain better than I can.
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es I knew that but they don't have any docs on the product in their site. At least they could make the internal schematics available for discontinued legacy products for those who want to self maintain or interface.
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This information Navico Wheel-Pilot 5000 and this Downloads for TP5000 Tillerpilot | Simrad Yachting are two of the few references I can find on the Tp/WP 5000. Still doesn't help you though.

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I have a Navico HP-5000 going on Ebay today if anyone is still interested.
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If you want to connect to a gps you need a JB5000

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We have a practically unused TP5000 tiller pilot in need of some help. (AKA Crazy Otto) After 45min he proceeds to do circles instead of maintaining course and we have to shut him down. What we would like to find is HP5000 hand programmer or the wiring diagrams to explore driving him with a sentence or two from the GPS. Anyone know what happened to Navico? It is my understanding a radio control box JB5000 would provide the same interface. (NEMA 180,182,183 supported). Check your junk box.
If you want to connect to a gps you need a JB5000. The HP5000 unit will connect directly to the TP5000 or the JB5000 but will not facillitate connection to a GPS.
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Re: Navico TP5000/5500 Parts

I would like to buy a Navico tp 5500 or tp 5000 if anyone who has one is thinking of moving up to more current autohelms.
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