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Digital Yacht AISnet AIS Base Station

Digital Yacht AISnet AIS Base Station
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AISnet AIS Base Station

AISnet is a new AIS receiver for use as an AIS base station at home or in the office. Utilising the same high performance dual channel AIS receiver as the rest of the Digital Yacht range, AISnet also features an ethernet socket so that you can connect it to your broadband router and send AIS data to an on-line AIS tracking service.

There are now a large number of internet based web sites which offer a view of AIS equipped vessels on a background chart allowing users to check the position and identity of ships and yachts. If your home/office is close to the coast and you would like to contribute your data to one of these sites, simply register with the company and they will give you an IP address and Port number.

Using the setup program that Digital Yacht supply, it takes seconds to program the IP address and Port in to AISnet, which will immediately start sending your local AIS data seamlessly across the internet to be displayed on the site.

It is also possible to view the data, that AISnet is collecting, locally on your PC using the free SmarterTrack Lite software that Digital Yacht include with every AISnet. Simply plug the USB connector into your PC and the AIS data will appear on your PC and still be transmitted over the internet.

AISnet is supplied with a universal UK/Euro/US mains adaptor that provides a regulated 12v supply from 240v/110v AC mains.

KEY FEATURES
  • AIS base station for Home of Office use
  • Integrated ethernet network controller for supplying AIS data to online AIS websites
  • High performance dual channel AIS receiver
  • Simple configuration via free setup program
  • USB Interface for simple Plug and Play connection to a PC
  • Requires VHF antenna or dedicated AIS antenna (available as optional accessory) or splitter
  • Universal Mains power supply included
  • Simple "fit and forget" black box solution
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Digital Yacht AISnet AIS Base Station ZDIGAISNET DIGITAL YACHT AISNET NETWORK AIS RECEIVER
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