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Old 15 July 2015, 22:32   #1
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What AIS transceiver for Raymarine e120

Does anybody know if there is a plug and play AIS transceiver for the raymarine E120?
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Old 16 July 2015, 03:11   #2
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Any classB transceiver should work, if it's nmea2000/Raymarine ng, then there are plenty out there to choose from. Raymarine AIS650, Digital Yacht AIT2000, McMurdo etc. I have a Raymarine ais 650 on one boat & a Digital Yacht on the other. Both work fine & have nmea0183 & N2k. You might get a tad more integration by sticking to Raymarine, i.e. initiating dsc calls from the e120 (but who uses dsc anyway??) The digital yacht will be around 30% cheaper than the ais 650 & it's a fine bit of kit.
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Not using the same gps, but I bought a Mc Murdo job from one of the many online retailers, although the wiring harness looks a faff, id I remember its only 3/4 cables black/red standard power and then a few for data Tx/Rx just match the mc murdo colours to the nmea colours on the GPS.
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