Wiring a AT10 SIMRAD NMEA/SIMNET

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Victor GABRIEL

26 May, 2013 04:39 PM

Hello,

I have a DMK 11A and i would like to know how to connect to a Simrad AT10 SIMNET/NMEA
here is the wiring side of the AT10 SIMRAD
White - RX + A From nmea "to talker"
Brown - From NMEA RX-B "to talker"
Yellow - TX + A To NMEA "to listener"
Green - TX-B to NMEA "to listener"

Thank you in advance
Victor

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by kevin.dolan on 02 Jun, 2013 04:43 PM

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    Attached is a wiring diagram for connected our box to a Simrad AT10. I know we have customers successfully using our device with the AT10 however I am not sure how they have connected the ground. There are two possibilities and if one does not work the other will. Either the DMK black and white wires get connected to the vessel ground (DC Negative) or they can ground through the AT10's TX- B wire if the AT10 has a strong ground. If it does not then the box will not power on.

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