Step by step guide showing how to setup the NMEA data input.
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The dual channel AIS receiver & multiplexer combines AIS, GPS with NMEA and can be used wireless or through the USB or through the USB or NMEA ports
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Now on QK-A024, QK-A026, QK-A027 and QK-A031. As we upgrade and develop our products we like to add things which our customers will find useful. As a result we can now announce that all units of the following models will now come with Station Mode facility as well as Ad-hoc on 802.11 b/g/n WiFi. This […]
We have introduced two new products since the last Quick Reference chart was posted – QK-A031 Multiplexer, which has proved very popular and the newly released QK-A027 SeaTalk Converting AIS Receiver with GPS and WiFi.
A great review from Erkki on Tindie Very, very good all in one GPS + AIS receiver! Sept. 18, 2017 – QK-A026 Wireless AIS+GPS Receiver This little box contains all you can wish for, real dual channel AIS receiver, a really good GPS receiver, all sorts of connectivity, from old school RS232 to USB and WIFI ! […]
A question we get asked a lot! There are an ever increasing number of Apps out there now, some good, some….less so. We could go out and test every single one, but then we wouldn’t have time to do the R&D which drives our products forward. We love the R&D part of our job, so […]
All of our Marine Electronics are compatible with Windows 7/8 and 10. The drivers will support most set ups back to XP and they should self-install. A new COM port will automatically show up in Device Manager when you plug it in. The USB connection can always be checked using a Terminal Monitoring Application such […]
Hot off the presses at Pocket Mariner a fantastic new review of our receiver working with their software. They compared it with some other top sellers and their conclusion was: If you are on a small boat and your AIS aerial is at most 10m above sea level the VHF ship spotting horizon range will […]