NGW-1 Normal LED Behaviour

NGW-1 Normal LED Behaviour

The primary function of the NGW-1’s NMEA 0183 LED is to indicate reception of a valid NMEA 0183 sentence. 

The NMEA 2000 LEDs main function is to indicate reception of a PGN on the NGW-1 conversion list. 

For more information on the LED behaviour and what it indicates, please refer to this Article:

The LED behaviour of the NGT / NGW is also detailed in the UM.

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