All our devices are compatible with a wide range of boat networks based on NMEA 2000, including Raymarine SeaTalk NG, Simrad SimNet, Furuno CAN, and Garmin NMEA 2000. Configuration or maintenance usually is not required, just plug them into your boat's network!
The Autopilot is a course computer and actuator control unit in a single housing. It can control vessels up to 40" and 12 tonnes displacement. It can control a hydraulic pump or a reversible linear drive with electric clutch, providing 10A maximum continuous current (16A peak) and 12/24 volt supply. Supports AUTO, WIND and TRACK modes.
It contains four latching (bi-stable) relays, which can be managed from connected control buttons with LED indicators or over NMEA 2000 with standard messages or from modern chart plotters with CZone support. This includes Garmin, Lowrance, Simrad, B&G, Furuno chart plotters and recent models from Raymarine (Axiom, eS and gS series). Loads can also be managed with "virtual buttons" on the Web Gauges of our Wi-Fi Gateway, or automatically from our sensors.
The additional control post. The Switch Control allows viewing of the state and the management of four channels of an NMEA 2000 switch bank from the connected buttons with LED indicators. It is designed to work in tandem with Circuit Control YDCC-04 (contains four latching relays) and is compatible with other NMEA 2000 digital switching devices managed by standard NMEA 2000 PGNs 127501 and 127502.
It is a multifunctional NMEA 2000 device with wires for connection of an external button with an LED indicator and a standard 4 or 8 Ohm sound speaker. It contains a 10W audio amplifier inside and a bank with 28 sound signals (car anti-theft alarm, ship horns, whistles, tone signals, etc.).
It can be used as a MOB button (emulates EPIRB with AIS VHF support), to sound digital switching events (acts as NMEA 2000 binary switch bank), or as an engine monitoring unit (sound engine alarms and can also be programmed to produce a sound alarm itself at a specified temperature, engine revolution reading, etc.).
Designed for visualizing and monitoring electrical current and voltage in up to four independent DC circuits connected to Device's terminals. Voltage and current data can be viewed on NMEA 2000 displays to check the state of manually switched loads (e.g. navigation lights) and to ensure that equipment that is turned on is actually functioning (current flows through the load). Can be configured to manage the channels of an NMEA 2000 digital switching system.
Bi-directional gateway allows you to see data from a NMEA 2000 marine digital network on a PC, laptop or tablet PC with Microsoft Windows, Mac OS or Linux. With it, you get marine network data including vessel course, speed, position, wind speed and direction, water depth, AIS messages from vessels and aircrafts and other navigation data in PC applications.
The USB Gateway (see above) provides a reliable connection between a navigation PC and marine network. However, if you wish to see marine data from a smartphone, you should choose the Wi-Fi Gateway. It can join an existing Wi-Fi network on board or establish its own. It is also a bi-directional gateway, and can also convert NMEA 2000 to NMEA 0183 and vice versa for compatibility with outdated software. The Web Gauges page of the internal website allow viewing of realtime vessel data (position, depth, wind, course and speed, engine, etc.) using a web browser on PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone.
The Gateway connects navigation PCs and laptops to NMEA 2000 over Ethernet, Garmin Marine Network, Raymarine SeaTalk HS and RayNet, Furuno NavNet, or NMEA OneNet, and allows bridging of NMEA 2000 networks.
It provides NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000 data streams using TCP and/or UDP protocols, and has a bi-directional converter between NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000. The Gateway has three data servers (TCP/UDP), which allows tailored settings for different applications.
The Router is equipped with NMEA 2000 and SeaTalk ports, two NMEA 0183 ports, has three TCP/UDP data servers and a built-in web server, where you can easily configure it or update the firmware. It creates its own Wi-Fi network (Access Point) or can be connected to a boat's existing Wi-Fi. The Router connects all marine and mobile devices easily. It supports all popular marine protocols, is compatible with virtually all marine software, and even allows management of your vessel from a web browser without internet connection or installed software.
Allows you to see data from NMEA 0183 marine devices on a PC or smartphone.
Has two physical NMEA 0183 ports (two inputs and two outputs) with configurable speed from 300 to 115200 baud
and three network data servers which can be configured for UDP or TCP network protocols. Has internal web server with
web gauges. Automatically records your track with weather, depth and other data to the internal memory.
A pair of gateways can act as an NMEA 0183 wireless extender; can be paired with our NMEA 2000
The Router is a smart NMEA 0183 and SeaTalk multiplexer which also allows you to see data from marine devices on a PC or smartphone. It has four physical NMEA 0183 ports (four inputs and four outputs) with configurable speed, a SeaTalk port, and three network data servers which can be configured for UDP or TCP network protocols. The Web Gauges page of the administrative website allow real time viewing of vessel data using a web browser on PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone. This can replace instrument displays. No internet connection or app installation is required. Automatically records your track with weather, depth and other data to the internal memory. A pair of routers can act as an NMEA 0183 or SeaTalk wireless extender.
Smart multiplexer with five NMEA 0183 ports and one SeaTalk port, auto detection of port speed and easy configuration with a click of a button! And, of course, it has flexible data filters, routing rules, tunneling mode, and supports firmware updates. Nonetheless, we are sure that it is still the easiest to install. Instead of a laptop and software, you'll only need a paperclip.
Allows you to connect NMEA 0183 equipment to a NMEA 2000 network and vice versa. It has a bi-directional converter with wide support of message types including AIS. The configurable baud rate from 300 to 115200 baud for the NMEA 0183 port allows connection of AIS transceivers (38400 baud), fast NMEA 0183 multiplexers and PC adaptors, as well as standard NMEA 0183 equipment.
Designed for petrol engines without digital interfaces, and provides NMEA 2000 equipment with engine revolutions (RPM), alternator voltage and engine hours. It can also be programmed to use data from NMEA 2000 temperature or pressure sensors and send these data as coolant and oil pressure or temperature, boost or fuel pressure.More...
The device reports measured voltage and current, calculated health and charge state, and user programmed static data (e.g. nominal capacity and chemistry) to NMEA 2000 and can turn on the genset or warn when the battery state is critical. The Battery Monitor can be used with any single DC source (i.e. alternator, wind generator, etc.) or load (windlass, refrigerator, etc.), but it is primarily designed for monitoring a marine battery.
NMEA 2000 adaptor allows you to connect an existing voltage or resistive type fluid level sensor (EU, US, JP or custom) installed on a tank and display the fluid level on NMEA 2000 devices. The Adaptor can be configured to report one of the seven fluid types defined in the NMEA 2000 standard: Diesel, Gasoline, Oil, Fresh Water, Waste Water, Black Water (Sewage), or Live Well. Can be installed as a standalone measuring device or in parallel with an existing gauge or Volvo Penta MDI.
The YDTA-04 allows you to connect up to four of existing resistive or voltage type fluid level sensors installed on tanks and display the fluid level on NMEA 2000 devices. The Device is equipped with a hidden button that allows switching among 15 configuration presets. For typical use cases, it allows to configure the Device in seconds! However, for advanced configuration (calibration curves, digital switching functions, connection in parallel with analog gauges, using voltage sensors) the NMEA 2000 PC gateway is required.
The NMEA 2000 Rudder Angle Adapter YDRA-01 allows you to connect an existing resistive type rudder angle sensor installed on a rudder and supply NMEA 2000 autopilots, chart plotters and other devices with the rudder angle. Can be used with a rudder angle sensor with maximal resistance less than 400 Ohm, including EU or US standard sensors, and with 0-5V voltage output sensors. The Adapter can work in parallel with an existing analog gauge.
Unifies two physical NMEA 2000 networks into a single logical network, smoothly exchanging messages between them. The Bridge also support filtering and processing of transmitted messages and contains a built-in compiler of a simple programming language. You can create message processing programs on any device with a MicroSD socket and a text editor. One of the CAN-interfaces on the device has high-voltage galvanic isolation and can operate at a higher supply voltage.
The device helps you when you have two loads and only one power switch. For example, you have a combined deck/steaming light on the mast and only two wires (positive and negative) inside the mast. Smart Relay powers the first channel when you turn the power switch on, and it powers the second channel when you cycle the power switch twice in one second. Contains a bi-stable relay and uses power only when channels are switching; at all other times it consumes less than 0.5 mA.