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Those units should be able to display AIS information. See page 107 of the user guide:
Controls settings used to monitor vessels in your
area with an AIS receiver. The Vessels feature
makes it easier to navigate safely through high
To access the Vessels menu, select Vessels from the
Settings menu and press enter.
MMSI (Maritime Mobile Service Identity)
Used to input your MMSI number into the unit.
To input MMSI number:
1. Highlight MMSI on the Vessels menu
and press enter.
2. Use the keypad to input the MMSI
number and press enter.
Allow you to select what vessels will be shown on the display. That helps you
customize the screen so you can view only desired vessels.
All Displays all vessels in the area around your vessel
None Eliminates all vessels from the display
Moving Displays vessels that are in motion
Show only vessels that likely will be coming into close
proximity of your vessel; based on CPA (Closest point of
approach) and TCPA (Time to closest point of approach)
The NMEA 0183 port can be set at 4800 or 38400 baud, so it should work with the GX 2150.
Note that I don't have either of those units. I have an older Lowrance LMS 337 C Df unit that does not display AIS information.
Day To Remember, 1986 O'day 35 For Sale
Deep Blue C, 2002 C&C 110 For Sail
Mt. Sinai, NY
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