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Connecting a ais rc10 to a raymarine c70

Hello

any one can explain how do i connect a ais rc10 to a c70 raymarine?

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Hello

any one can explain how do i connect a ais rc10 to a c70 raymarine?

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we need more information.

I'm not familiar with the rc10, but looking at the web page it says it does NMEA.

so the connection should be a straightfoward NMEA wiring with the out on the AIS going to the IN on the c70.

HOWEVER, many AIS recievers use a different baud rate (speed) and if that's the case you may need a multiplexor.
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Thanks. I have done the NMEA wiring connections but the Raymarine C70 does not recognize the AIS signal!

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Check the C70 for NMEA port speeds...you may need to set it to 38400
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then you need to set the 2D overlay to show the AIS targets
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+1 to what they said above, make sure both units are communicating at same "baud" or speed, and enable ais on ray unir and let us know how you fare.
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