NMEA 0183 device not receiving data from NGW-1
If your NMEA 0183 Listener is not showing any data when connected to the NMEA 0183 output of an NGW-1, the first step for fault finding should be to see if the NGW-1 supports the conversions you need.
NMEA 2000 Device Prioritisation
When there is more than one device of the same type (like a GPS) on the NMEA 2000 network, the NGW-1 will use the data from the highest priority (lowest source address). If the device you'd rather use as a secondary Talker for the NGW-1 claims a ...
Connecting multiple NMEA0183 Listeners to NGW-1
NMEA 0183 Output It is perfectly acceptable to connect up to eight devices to the NGW-1 NMEA 0183 output provided that they are all individually electrically isolated, depending on the electrical demands from each device. However, please check with ...
Converting Engine Data from NMEA 2000 to NMEA 0183
The conversion of Engine Data PGNs to NMEA 0183 sentences is very limited. Visit this article for more info: https://www.actisense.com/knowledge-base/hottest-articles/converting-engine-data-from-nmea-2000-to-nmea-0183/
Configuring the NGW-1 using Toolkit
For a detailed explanation of using Toolkit to configure the NGW-1, please visit the following Article: https://www.actisense.com/knowledge-base/nmea-2000/ngw-1/configuring-the-ngw-1-using-toolkit/
Choosing the Right NGW-1
"Why do I need an NGW-1?" Due to the incompatibilities between NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000, an Actisense NGW-1 is needed to bi-directionally convert data between the two standards. For further information on the NGW-1 and the variants, please visit the ...