Tag Archives: NMEA 2000

NMEA puts out call for NMEA 2000 lighting working group

The National Marine Electronics Association has announced the formation of a new NMEA 2000 Working Group whose purpose will be to develop lighting control and status PGNs into the NMEA 2000 Standard. This set of messages will allow the control of brightness and color, along with more dynamic functions, including fade rates, flash frequencies and the communication of lighting scenes. ...

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NMEA launches Advanced NMEA 2000 training course

This summer, the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) will offer the first training class in a new Advanced NMEA 2000 course that focuses on installations, setup and troubleshooting. The course will debut in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on Friday, July 29, 2016, and be repeated later in other locations around the country. This full-day training course will feature a half-day PowerPoint ...

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NMEA conference returns to Florida

The 2016 NMEA International Marine Electronics Conference and Expo begins its three-day run on Sept. 20, 2016, at the Naples Grande Beach Resort in Naples, Fla. The event will focus on education and training, a new products expo, demonstration boats, product awards, networking and social events. "After listening to member feedback and suggestions, we have increased the training offerings and brought back ...

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Updated version of NMEA 2000 released

SEVERNA PARK, Md. – The NMEA 2000 Standard Committee have released an update of the NMEA 2000. Called the NMEA 2000 Standard Edition 3.10 February 2015, the National Marine Electronics Association says the new version of NMEA 2000 yields better product interoperability through more stringent certification requirements and minimizes implementation misunderstandings through improvements in the NMEA 2000 Main Document language. ...

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Digital Yacht’s AISnode launches at the Miami Boat Show

Digital Yacht introduced AISnode - an AIS receiver with an NMEA 2000 interface allowing AIS data to be shared across plotters, radars or other compatible devices on board. The device takes power directly from the NMEA 2000’s power supply by connecting to a VHF antenna or suitable VHF antenna splitter. Once connected, users will see an overlay of nearby targets ...

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