I am having a problem with my auto pilot.st 70 reads no pilot.in checking the connections I notice something strange.if I unplug the three prong power cable from the back of the e120 my auto pilot comes on and works fine.as soon as I put the power cable back into the e120 the no pilot comes back on screen of st70.unplug the power cable from back of e120 and the auto pilot immediately comes back on.plug it back into the e120 and it goes to no pilot please help.have voltage in auto pilot box…See More
It is not possible to use the MFDs SeaTalk2/NMEA 2000 port to interface you GX2150 to your MFD. The MFD's NMEA 0183 Cable (see the cable which is connected to the MFD's port labeled NMEA 0183) must be interfaced to the GX2150…"
Upon receiving your initial post regarding not being able to cancel a MOB using the Databar's MOB feature, this feature was tested with an a68 MFD operating with v11.26 software and was found to function as designed ... i.e. touching the…"
"Mark you are absolutely right even after I upgraded to version 11 the MOB would not shutoff by pressing the MOB icon in the databar. It was not until I pressed and held the WPT button next to it for 4 seconds did the MOB alarm shutoff...I tested it…"
"I was able to download the Archive FSH to my A-50 as you suggested and able to show my designated waypoints on my routes and assume that I will be able to do it on the E-80 which is still on the boat. The A-50 is easier to take home to play…"
"At the boat as we speak and still am having issues getting the gx2150 to interface with the system. The c80 only has one nmea port - in this case they utilized nmea2. Ran signal wire from the input and output nmea ports and hooked up to the gx2150…"
"I have a similar problem. Do you have the blue terminators on any open backbone ports? Raymarine replaced my iTC5 with other components b/c the iTC5 seems to have problems. I still can't get my system to recognize transducers…"