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Re: TackTick and NMEA 2000

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Ratymarine said to use theNMEA183 port on the E7 so an adapter isnot needed!
There are only 2 ports for 183, both are needed for my SH2150 for DSC and AIS.
AIS is obvious, having a ring and a visible alert for a incoming DSC call is just nice.
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Re: TackTick and NMEA 2000

Can't you run the 2150 off NMEA 2000?
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Re: TackTick and NMEA 2000

Nope, it's 0183 version 2.1 output - it does have a high and low speed output but that's it.
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Re: TackTick and NMEA 2000

You might want to start a new thread. I skipped the NMEA 183 class.
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