WLN10 – NMEA to WiFi Server

The WLN10 connects to a NMEA 0183 based system and makes any NMEA data available over a wifi link

This innovative and cost effective wireless device creates its own 802.11b+g  wireless access point which any other wireless device can connect to, such as a Smart Phone, Netbook or Laptop.

Connect it to any device or system that has an NMEA 0183 output and it will automatically read the data and transmit it wirelessly to another wireless device. The NMEA 0183 data is transferred using TCP/IP protocol to a suitably compatible application on the wireless device.

A number of Marine Navigation software packages support TCP/IP data transfer including;

  • SeaPro (PC)
  • Rose Point Coastal Explorer (PC)
  • MacENC  (Macs)
  • iNavX  (iPhone/iPad)

Only one device at a time can send/receive TCP/IP data with the WLN10.  However, we can now also supply WLN10’s programmed for UDP mode to allow a multicast to multiple devices for apps that support this capability.  iAIS and iNavX apps support this

  • Wireless NMEA Data server (4800 baud)
  • Reads NMEA 0183 data and transmits it wirelessly over 802.11b+g
  • Can be fitted to any GPS or Instrument system that is outputting/inputting NMEA 0183 data at 4800 baud
  • Supports Bi-Directional communication but must be at the same 4800 baud rate
  • Creates an 802.11b+g wireless access point and then transmits data via TCP/IP link
  • Fully compatible with popular iNavX navigation application for Apple mobile devices
  • Easy to install IP54 black box solution

UPC Number: 738435472580

Have a look at more information here:

http://www.digitalyacht.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=11666

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