Configuring the NGT-1

Configuring the NGT-1

The Application that is being used with the NGT-1 is responsible for configuring the NGT-1 for each session when it opens up the COM port to the NGT-1. For example, NMEA Reader by default will set the NGT-1 to 'Receive:All'. This means that the NGT-1 will receive every PGN available on the NMEA2000 network and it will be displayed in NMEA Reader.

For further information on the example configuration of the NGT-1, and how applications will handle PGNs depending on their configuration, visit this article:

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