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receivedThe AIS data flow received viahe NMEA input is sent directly to the Wificonnection and the NMEA 183 outputData coming from the NMEA 183device is sent once the set up procedure has been completed on the Topline have priorityNMEA 183channel is notconsidered if an equivalent channel is already available on the Topline busOnce the instrument connected to the NMEA 183input stops transmitting data the last values are displayed for64 seconds on the Topline screensThe NMEA input has prioriton thWifi channelsNMEA sentences user LOGVLWIP LOGVLWHOURS WIND WIND TO WPTBWCARING TO WPT TrueBWCCROSS TRACK OVER OVER GROUND rueVTGFORESTAY WIND TO WCVTARGET SPEEDKEPNEXT TACK TWAKEPTARGET VMGKEPPOLAR ANGLEKEPTARGET KEPTARGET VMGKEPBox user manualCURRENT NMEAOUTPUTThe NMEA 183wireoutput is set to 38400 bauds and sends AIS datafrom the NMEA 183 input and Topline data converted to NMEA standard sentences to instruments from other following data converted and sent via NMEA 183 depending on the 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several hosts can connect up to hosts transmitted in NMEA 0183 format identical to the data output via the wire indicators show the operation status of the Status user the InitkeyKey press audible InOff no data coming in the after each valid NMEAsentence after each nonvalid NMEA sentence receivedNMEA OutFlashes after each valid NMEA sentence sent on the wired NMEA quickly if its quickly if its Topline addrelight data bus Toplinewire is disconnected or no masterFlashes every second interfaceand data bus Topline wire is disconnected or no masterSING and hold1 secto display the number of connected devices up to 5 1 device is indicated by the Topline led lighting red 2 devices by the Topline and NMEA Out 3 devices by the Topline NMEA Out NMEA In devices by Topline NMEA Out NMEA In Wifi and 5 devices by all led indicators in red Press and hold3 secfollowed byOFF and ON to reset all NMEA and holdsec will initialise the NMEA input wire and WiFilisten to NMEA sentences for10 seconds and then create list and nodes for the Topline bus only slavePress and hold 6 sec will launch a second NMEA initialisation and add NMEA channelwithout overwriting the existing table With this function you can add NMEA channels coming from the WiFi connection without editing the configuration of the wired NMEA inputPress and hold9 secto perform a full reset and return to factory settings Box user box with NMEAconnection 90Before WiFiis protected from must be mounted in a location wherethere is no risk of connection of the mustcarried out before power to the unit is switched onConnection to the Run the nke cable to the box your systemConnect the bus cable in the junction boxConnect the to your NMEA 183device or AIS Box user manualShould you need to shorten the bus cable uncover and tin the wires before connecting in the junction boxWire colour codeswire white NMEAinputNMEA NMEAinput NMEAdata coming from an AIS receiver donot need NMEA input calibration It will be directly echoed on the and wired 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