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Maretron USB100 NMEA 2000 USB Gateway

Maretron USB100 NMEA 2000 USB Gateway

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The Maretron USB100 NMEA 2000 USB Gateway is for bridging USB equipment using NMEA 0183 sentences.

Features

  • Gateway automatically converts incoming NMEA 2000 messages to NMEA 0183 sentence
  • Engineered and manufactured to the highest standards
  • Compact waterproof housing will provide years of reliable performance
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Maretron's USB100 is a gateway for bridging USB equipment using NMEA 0183 sentences - such as an on-board computer running navigational software - with an NMEA 2000® network.

The gateway automatically converts incoming NMEA 2000® messages to NMEA 0183 sentences so you can continue benefiting from navigational and charting software that you already own while enjoying the many benefits of networked NMEA 2000® instruments.

The USB100 translates a multitude of NMEA 2000® messages to NMEA 0183 sentences including GPS data, Speed Over Ground (SOG), Course Over Ground (COG), vessel heading, rudder angle, depth, speed, distance log, weather, wind and more.


Features:

  • Bearing Orig. to Dest. (BOD)
  • Bearing to Waypoint (BTW)
  • Distance to Waypoint (DTW)
  • Velocity Made Good (VMG)
  • Est. Time of Arrival (ETA)
  • Time to Go (TTG)
  • Cross Track Error (XTE)
  • Set / Drift



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Maretron USB100 NMEA 2000 USB Gateway USB100-01 USB100 NMEA 2000 USB gateway
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