December 4, 2012

Help ! I Cannot Access My WL510

Our popular WL510 Long Range Wi-Fi adaptor is pre-configured with an optimised set of default settings that for the majority of customers will work perfectly. However, there are many settings and different modes that the WL510 can be changed to and every now and again we will get an email […]
December 4, 2012

More information on using our AIT2000 transponder with OpenCPN on Mac and LINUX PCs

Following on from our previous post on using our AIS products with the popular open source navigation software OpenCPN,  Digital Yacht have released a new Tech Note that explains how to get our latest AIT2000 Class B Transponder working with OpenCPN on a Mac or LINUX PC. Under Windows, there […]
September 20, 2012

New Firmware Update for AIT2000 + CLB2000

Today we have just finished testing and approving a new software update for our popular AIT2000 and CLB2000 Class B Transponders. This is the first update for these products and includes a number of small tweaks to the Alarms, to stop the occasional false alarm that one or two customers have reported. […]
September 11, 2012

Re-Configuring an HSC100

Our popular HSC100 compass sensor comes in two versions; the original HSC100 and the newer HSC100T which outputs HDT and ROT for Class A Transponders. In some installations, it is necessary to re-configure the HSC100 to output a different format of compass heading sentence or to change the damping on […]
August 16, 2012

Resetting Windows Network Adaptors

Whilst developing and supporting our Wi-Fi and networking products, we often found that the network settings in Windows Vista/7 got stuck when you switched from one network to another or turned off the internal wireless adaptor and plugged in an external long range wireless adaptor. This seems to be a […]
August 14, 2012

Using a Mac with our WL510 Long Range Wi-Fi Adaptor

With the incredible success of the iPhone and iPad, there has been a noticeable increase in customers using Macs on their boat and many are using our WL510 to get a Long Range Wi-Fi connection to the marinas they visit. Normal wireless networking on the Mac is very simple but setting […]
August 8, 2012

No Longer Possible to Use iNavConnect with Raymarine C, E and G systems

Please note that as of Spring 2015, our iNavConnect is no longer compatible with the latest version of the Navionics App. iNavConnect was originally developed to allow the popular Navionics App to share routes and waypoints with the original Raymarine C, E and G series (Classic and Wide Screen). With […]