Hello,I have a Raymarine SL70 Pathfinder. Everything is hooked up correctly as I have not had any problems with my system the past few years. However a few weeks ago, one of the copper prongs pull…Continue
I would start by making sure that your cable connections both on the back of the SL70 and inside of the radar array are clean tight and correct. No bent broken or corroded pins / wires, especially with the 8 pin wago connector inside…"
Hello,I have a Raymarine SL70 Pathfinder. Everything is hooked up correctly as I have not had any problems with my system the past few years. However a few weeks ago, one of the copper prongs pull out of the Seatalk socket in the back of the unit. I sent the unit back to Raymarine who then replace the prong. When I test the Seatalk transmission it currently works fineThe problem that I know have is that my Arrary Spins, but I cannot see it detecting anything on my screen (which looks like…See More
I have an e7D (v11.26) and an AIS650 (v1.10) and I am installing a Silent Mode switch. They are connected via SeatalkNG. When I use the switch to go to Silent mode, I have to use the e7 MFD to go back to normal mode and start transmitting position information again. The SIA650 document notes that the manual switch overrides the software setting, but it seems that the switch only overrides when switching to Silent mode and not when switching back to normal mode. Is this a documentation problem…See More
My boat is just coming out of charter and I'm trying to understand how the instruments, installed by the charter company, are connected. I've got an A70 in the cockpit and a C80 down below at the nav station. The A70 and C80 are now on the SeaTalkNG network, along with a set of ST70 displays and an ST6002. The question is: can I share the Navionics chart info on the A70 with the C80? That is, how do I see the Navionics chart data on the A70 and on the C80? At the moment, the A70 has the map…See More
"The boat is currently in South Carolina and I'm in New York. All I can tell you right now is that everything is connected to Seatalk NG. I won't be back to the boat until January, so that's all the information I have until then.
You're going to need a computer, a CF memory card reader, a SD memory card reader, and a microSD memory card. MicroSD memory cards are readily available at most electronics stores, Walmart, etc. You might want to check your…"
The A50 supports Raymarine's SeaTalkng communications protocol, while the L1250 supports the an older communications technology (SeaTalk). However, these products may be adapted for use with one another by using a SeaTalk to…"
The archive.fsh file produced by your C-Series Classic MFD should be accepted by any of the following currently manufactured products (simply copy the archive.fsh file from the CF memory card to a microSD memory card):
"I just changed over to your E127, I had E120 that failed and had to pick up another for my anolog Radar..so I'm using both...I was using the L1250 as back up to my E120. Now since I don't need it a friend of mine has just the A50 with…"
"Thanks, there is a possibility that I will have both machine at the same time ( if my boat don't sell first.) and simplify the process.. It may be that I buy a A series MFD to replace the RL80C and I think the A series with accept my CF…"