February 24, 2017
how to use ProAIS2

New "How to" Video for proAIS2

Earlier this week, a customer asked us if we had a video that showed how to use proAIS2 Configuration and Diagnostics Software that we supply with our latest Class B AIS Transponders. Rather embarrassingly we had to say that we did not, but we promised to create one and here […]
August 19, 2016

New set of "How To" Videos on our Long Range Wi-Fi Products

Getting a good long range Wi-Fi connection in a marina can be a challenge, particularly if you have not used the equipment for a while and cannot remember the steps involved. To try and help make this a little easier, Digital Yacht have created a set of “How To” videos […]
March 31, 2014

How to find out what Motherboard your PC has

Digital Yacht have been developing and selling marine PCs for over 10 years now and in that time we have used many different makes and models of PC Motherboard – the main circuit board inside a PC. When a customer contacts us about their Digital Yacht Marine PC, the most […]
March 20, 2014

How to share a WL60/Wi-Connect Long Range Internet Connection

  Our WL60 and Wi-Connect Long Range Wifi Adaptors are popular because of their simple “plug and play” USB connection, easy installation and entry level price. However, normally they are limited to just providing a single PC with the long range Wi-Fi connection to the hotspot. Many people, particularly on a […]
March 15, 2014

Video showing how to get Internet in a Caravan

  A version of our popular WL60 long range Wi-Fi adaptor is also sold by our UK distributor C.A.Clase to caravan and motorhome owners. With its easy to mount suction cups, 5m USB cable and relatively small dimensions/weight it is a great tool for getting a long range Wi-Fi connection, […]
December 20, 2013

How to configure our Wireless NMEA Products for Wi-Fi and 4G connections

  Recently we have received a couple of reports that when customers are connected to one of our wireless NMEA products, that they can no longer access the internet via 3G on their iPhone/iPad. This is due to the device thinking that it has a good wireless internet connection and so […]