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Seatalk1 to NMEA USB Bridge
The 'SeaYak' ST1 to NMEA USB Bridge is a tiny yet powerful device that connects to your Seatalk1 network and converts all the data into NMEA 0183 senteces. The sentences are then output via the USB port to your computer for use with your navigation software.
1 Port NMEA to WiFi Bridge
The 'Yakker' NMEA to WiFi Bridge allows you to transmit your NMEA data to all of your WiFi devices. The Yakker creates it's own WiFi hot spot for your devices to connect to, or the Yakker can connect to your onboard router, enabling your devices to receive the data that way. The Yakker supports both UDP and TCP protocols
2 Port NMEA to WiFi Bridge
The 'Yakker' 2 Port NMEA to WiFi Bridge allows you to connect 2 seperate NMEA devices and transmit your NMEA data to all of your WiFi devices. The Yakker creates it's own WiFi hot spot for your devices to connect to, or the Yakker can connect to your onboard router, enabling your devices to receive the data that way. The Yakker supports both UDP and TCP protocols.
Bi-Directional NMEA to WiFi Bridge
Enjoy the freedom of wireless navigation!

The 'YakBAK' Bi-Directional NMEA to WiFi Bridge allows you to transmit your NMEA data to all of your WiFi devices. It can also send NMEA sentences back to control your auto-Pilot. The YakBAK creates it's own WiFi hot spot for your devices to connect to, or the YakBAK can connect to your onboard router, enabling your devices to receive the data that way.
3 Port NMEA Combiner
Need to connect your AIS radio, GPS and other gear to your MFD or Chartplotter?

Introducing the YakMUX 3 Port NMEA 0183 Combiner with USB. This is the ultimate in easy to use NMEA combiners. Just power it up, connect your NMEA devices and YakMUX starts doing it's thing. If you want to get all your NMEA data into your navigation software on your PC then just plug the YakMUX into your PC/Tablet/Laptop with the supplied USB cable and you're good to go, or you can connect to the PC's serial port by utilising one of YakMUX's outputs.
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