Ask PYS: WiFi Connectivity

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What Are The Power Requirements To Run A Nest Camera On My Boat?, on Sep 15, 2016 asked:

What are the power requirements of a Nest Camera? What is the amperage draw, at rest, in standby and when filming? I was wondering if the camera would place a significant draw on the battery bank when the boat and battery charger were not connected to shore power. - Gary

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Doug, on Jul 24, 2013 asked:

Are newer smart hub benefits with LTE worth the extra costs? I live aboard in the city and am also attracted to the fact that it boosts cell phones. Could I use a different carrier if I am currently on Rogers?

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Michael, on Jun 05, 2012 asked:

I just recently bought the new retinal display iPad (my first apple product!). I want to make it a chart plotter to back up my old Garmin 2010. I've looked at a GPS receiver called Bad Elf that goes for $99 so I don't have to rely on data connections or WiFi. Now I'm looking at chart plotting software that resides on the unit, is good for our West Coast waters and does not need data or WiFi. Any suggestions?

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Judi, on Mar 23, 2012 asked:

In Pacific Yachting magazine you mentioned The Wirie. Do you recommend that system for the WiFi boost? Since we are in the US, we have Verizon not Telus. Do you think it might be better to connect to Telus when we are in Canadian waters?

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Tim, on Nov 23, 2008 asked:

Do the Raymarine Seatalk HS cables differ from one another? I'm networking a c90w and c140W and cannot use a weatherproof connection at both ends since the cable opening will not allow a weatherproof connection to fit through. What should I do?

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