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Old 18 March 2011, 10:47   #11
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I suspect the works PC is being made good use of.
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Old 18 March 2011, 12:10   #12
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I suspect the works PC is being made good use of.
Damn windows more like

Tried another antenna and cable, no change

Just sent an email to product support, fingers crossed they're going to send me a new AIS600 cos this one's dodgy, a new 5012 plotter cos mine's corroding and new 17x cos I broke mine Oh and I asked them to clear the mmsi out of the VHF 300i AIS and forward it on to Mr. Cannell. Just what they needed on a friday afternoon
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Damn windows more like

Tried another antenna and cable, no change

Just sent an email to product support, fingers crossed they're going to send me a new AIS600 cos this one's dodgy, a new 5012 plotter cos mine's corroding and new 17x cos I broke mine Oh and I asked them to clear the mmsi out of the VHF 300i AIS and forward it on to Mr. Cannell. Just what they needed on a friday afternoon
Matt, Let me know how & when you want paying
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Will do

I'll wait and see what happens with Garmin first, there could be VAT issues if they don't ship it back to me.
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Fixed

Browsing the website last night found there's a fairly recent software update which cured "some antennas not being recognised"

2 minutes later Jersey CG are on the phone to let me know I've run aground

And good news for Channel Ribs, the duty officer wants one as well
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Fixed

Browsing the website last night found there's a fairly recent software update which cured "some antennas not being recognised"

2 minutes later Jersey CG are on the phone to let me know I've run aground

And good news for Channel Ribs, the duty officer wants one as well
Fantastic!

I see you have already uploaded photos to the Marine Traffic database.

Ginger & Tim may want to have a look

Edit: And one of a lanky grey haired get!
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Will do

I'll wait and see what happens with Garmin first, there could be VAT issues if they don't ship it back to me.

2 minutes later Jersey CG are on the phone to let me know I've run aground


May need to find a foot passenger with a big bag
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Mart- not sure if you'll be able to shed light but according to the instructions, as I'm connected to the plotter via N2K I should be able to send an SRM and enter silent mode through the chart plotter software instead of using the remote switch.

But I can't find anything on the plotter relating to the AIS600 except it shows in the device list.

I was half expecting a new page on the plotter or something, any ideas
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But I can't find anything on the plotter relating to the AIS600 except it shows in the device list.
I was also under the impression you would be able to start a Pan Pan from the plotter. Hmmm
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