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Old 08-25-2020, 02:31 PM   #1
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Has anyone used the Raymarine SeaTalk1-SeaTalkng converter (Part E22158) to connect new components with Raytheon hardware from the late '90s?

I have been told to try to keep the RayPilot 650 because autopilots are difficult to install and configure. Raymarine Support stated the converter has not been tested with systems that old.

My Raydata is dead and the electronics today are so much better than they were +20 years ago.
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compatible with legacy ST40, ST60+, Raystar 125 GPS sensors and LifeTag Wireless Man Overboard Systems.

I tried to get it to work with a Simrad VHF to allow the Simrad to pull GPS data from a Raymarine MFD using SeatalkNG. It didn't work. If Raymarine says they don't support those legacy systems, I wouldn't bother. The newer device should still support Seatalk1.
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Old 08-27-2020, 04:42 PM   #3
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Thanks for the information.

I've since learned that there's SeaTalk, which eventually became SeaTalk1 and an older version of SeaTalk that predates it. That's probably what the electronics on my '98 are using. Regardless, sounds like a no-go.
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