Step by step guide showing how to setup the NMEA data input.
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The sophisticated NMEA and Seatalk multiplexer converts Seatalk to NMEA. The combined data stream can be accessed wirelessly (WiFi) 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 […]
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 […]
Test QK-A031 NMEA The multiplexer is of quality and its price is incomparable! Commissioning is easy without having to load the interface for PC or Mac operation. The wifi works very well and especially, it allows several addresses at the same time on all platforms, PC, Mac, IIOS, Andro, Linux …. The must is the […]
One of the big bugbears of this brave new world of technological marvels is cross-compatibility. Many customers have said to us, ‘If only it would connect with my Raymarine’ No longer! We have solved this long-standing annoyance. Our solution: QK-A031 NMEA 0183 Multiplexer with SeaTalk Converter Able to receive input in NMEA and SeaTalk formats […]
We always like to improve our products as we receive feedback from users so the new stock, available now, supports Station Mode: as well as Ad hoc Mode: This means you will be able to access the multiplexer remotely from anywhere on (or even off!) the vessel using a single AP or router, as well […]