Comar NMEA-2-WiFi Transmitter

The Comar NMEA-2-WiFi unit provides a low cost method of setting up a wireless network on board. For a vessel with a chart plotter at the navigation station, by using the NMEA-2-WiFi, the helmsman is able to use available Apps on iPhone, iPad, or PC anywhere in the network to display position, AIS, depth, wind, compass, etc. The NMEA-2-WiFi unit has two NMEA inputs multiplexed to a single high speed data output which transmits NMEA 0183 data over WiFi for viewing, providing two-way communication between any suitable NMEA devices including a GPS, chartplotter, or instrument. With the Comar NMEA-2-WiFi, you will only need one unit to collect and transmit all the navigation data to your portable device over WiFi.

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Good value
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Connects to PC, iPad, iPod
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Makes boat data portable
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Two inputs
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Compact
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Accepts AIS and other navigation data
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Two-way Wifi to NMEA0183 communication
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AIS on label misleading: Neither AIS receiver or transponder
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Does not support N2K data
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Requires an app or program

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