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Old 25 February 2014, 00:13   #1
Country: Canada
Town: Ontario
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Join Date: Jan 2012
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Digital Yacht AIT2000


I am getting ready wire up my RIB after spending a year slowly picking parts for it (an older Novurania MX530DL) and have a few questions.

I was going to purchase an Actisense NDC-4 multiplexer and purchase an AIS Transceiver at a later date. Someone suggested that I did not need the multiplexer if I purchased the Digital Yacht AIT2000 due to its ability to multiplex. I tried to map this out on paper but I am a tad confused..laugh.


Raymarine C80 Chart Plotter (one NMEA input)
Raymarine DSM300 (not an issue as it is not NMEA)
Raymarine Pathfinder 4D (4KW Radar) (only an issue because I want to do MARPA)
Maretron SSC200 Fluxgate Compass/Gyro (this is the one I am trying to figure out)
Uniden UM415 DSC Radio

If I purchase a Digital Yach AIT2000 will it allow me to interface everything together properly or do I still need to buy a multiplexer?

So if I understand correctly
NMEA 38.4K output
Orange+Brown wires would feed the the Raymarine NMEA Input at 38.4K

NMEA 4.8 Ouput
Pink and Violet wires to Uniden DSC Radio (input)

NMEA 4.8 Input
Yellow and Green wires to DSC Radio (output)

NMEA 38.4 Input from Maretron SSC200 Fast Heading Sensor/Fluxgate Compass - Turquoise and Grey wires to Maretron NMEA 38.4K output or is there a simpler way?

Additional Questions:

Where do you hookup the Maretron SSC200 (Fluxgate compass) NMEA input to for receiving variation info?

Any help would be greatly appreciated..

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