The Router connects all marine and mobile devices easily. It supports all popular marine protocols, is compatible with virtually all marine software, and even allows management of your vessel from a web browser without internet connection or installed software.
The Router is equipped with NMEA 2000 and SeaTalk ports, two NMEA 0183 ports, has three TCP/UDP data servers and a built-in web server, where you can easily configure it or update the firmware. It creates its own Wi-Fi network (Access Point) or can be connected to a boat's existing Wi-Fi.
The Web Gauges page of the built-in web site allows managing of a digital switching equipment and real time viewing of vessel data using a web browser on PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone; no internet connection or app installation is required. If you have access to your boat Wi-Fi network over the internet, Web Gauges are a ready solution to monitor and manage your vessel.
The Router has the best bi-directional converters between NMEA 2000, NMEA 0183 and SeaTalk, with the widest range of supported messages on the market. Routing of data flows can be easily managed from a web interface (see Picture 8), and individual message filters on each port and data server allows limiting the traffic for low speed ports or block specific devices, NMEA 2000 messages, SeaTalk datagrams or NMEA 0183 sentences.
One of the data servers can be configured for Debug protocol, to inspect data flows routed to this port right from a web browser. The free PC software supplied allows viewing the CAN bus (NMEA 2000, J1939) data, manage NMEA 2000 devices and record messages to a file.