I have a Wheel pilot with an ST6001+ control head and have an opportunity to pick up a new X-5 course computer at a good price. Will my control head work with the X-5? Whats the difference between the ST6001+ and the ST6002+?
"They (C120's) are not alarming which is confusing to me. In fact, my gps position is always available on the C120's while at the same time it could be lost from the VHF. I should clarify that that alarm beeping begins and the handset…"
Powering the system up for a power-up test while the vessel is out of the water should not cause any issues. However as indicated within the prior response, should you be operating Dragonfly for extended periods of time while out of…"
"Welcome to the Raymarine Technical Forum Daniel,
It is recommended that you verify the make/model of GPS sensor which is interfaced to your system. If it is a Raystar 125 GPS Sensor, then it may be interface to the MFD and VHF radio per the…"
"Welcome to the Raymarine Technical Forum Thomas,
The most common cause for such alarms is a GPS sensor which either has failed or is in the initial stages of failure. Are the C120's also alarming due to loss of GPS data?"
"Went and checked the voltage using a Klein mm200 vom. The numbers I was getting were (-0.10) less than what the Victron read. Initially with a slightly low house bank the Victron read 12.58 and the spur cable at the i70 read 12.48. Out of curiosity…"