NMEA 2000 Wi-Fi Router YDNR-02N
Yacht Devices is pleased to present the most anticipated product of the season: NMEA 2000 Wi-Fi Router YDNR-02N, equipped with one NMEA 2000, two NMEA 0183, and one SeaTalk ports and Wi-Fi. It combines the best features of our NMEA 2000 Wi-Fi Gateway and NMEA 0183 Wi-Fi Router.
Modern chart plotters usually have no NMEA 0183 or SeaTalk interfaces. Raymarine Axiom chart plotters has Wi-Fi, but it does not include NMEA 0183 data stream and can be used only to mirror the screen. Hey, Raymarine, are you afraid of competition from software and apps? Don’t worry, we sailed with you for 20 years and we will not change you for an iPad. By the way, the Router can establish its own Wi-Fi access point or connect to an existing network, including the network of a chart plotter. In this case, you will be able use screen mirroring apps and use marine apps on your mobile device at the same time.
The Router is a very suitable product for upgrades: it allows you to upgrade your other electronics step by step. It has the best conversion between NMEA 2000 and NMEA 0183 that you can find on the market, and it supports all known SeaTalk datagrams, including autopilot control.
If you have access to your boat’s network over the internet (for most cases you need to install a 3G/4G router or a Wi-Fi router with VPN support for that, it is better to consult with a local IT guy), the Web Gauges placed on internal the web site of the Router will allow you to see your vessel’s data in a web browser and turn digital switching equipment on and off.
The Router can be easily configured with a web browser: you can change the NMEA 0183 port speed, change routing rules, define data filters and so on. You can even see all data flows in a web browser (the Debug protocol); this allows Router setup and tuning the installation without any additional software.
NMEA 2000 Wi-Fi Router YDNR-02
NMEA 2000 Wi-Fi Router (click to enlarge)
No less important, the Router is tiny (the base is less than a credit card!), sexy, and consumes less than 60 mA with all its ports connected. It has an external 3 dBi Wi-Fi antenna and a standard SMA female connector. The antenna can be connected with a cable or replaced by a model with better characteristics. This is not pertinent for owners of fiberglass or wooden boats less than 100 feet, but on a metal boat it can be reasonable to find a place where metal bulkheads will produce less reflection of the signal.
The Router is equipped with a NMEA 2000 Micro Male connector. To connect it with Raymarine SeaTalk NG, you will need an adaptor cable (Raymarine part number A06045 or A06075); for Simrad SimNet (old network with yellow sockets) the adaptor cable with Navico part number 24006199.
|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 10 cm|
Yacht Devices are shipped Free via Air Mail directly from the manufacturer in Europe. Expected delivery is 2-3 weeks from receipt of order. Duty and import costs, if applicable, are not included in the price.
The Thermometer performs measurements within the range from -55 to +125°C (-67..+257°F), the sensor is placed outside the case on a flexible, 95cm wire in a sealed stainless steel sleeve and can be used to measure the temperature of gases or liquids. If necessary, the wire can be elongated up to 100 meters. The Thermometer can be configured by the user to display data as “Air temperature”, “Sea temperature”, “Temperature in the refrigerator”, “Temperature in the engine room”, “Bait Well Temperature”, etc.
NMEA 0183 Multiplexer YDNM-02
$149.00Add to cart
Smart multiplexer with five NMEA 0183 ports and one SeaTalk port, auto detection of port speed and easy configuration with a click of a button! And, of course, it has flexible filters, routing rules, and supports firmware updates.
The underlying idea was to create simplest multiplexer in the world. In our lab, the project was called “Simple Multiplexer”, but later we added a lot of features and removed the word “Simple”. Nonetheless, we are sure that it is still the easiest to install. Instead of a laptop and software, you’ll only need a paperclip.
CAN Log ViewerAdd to cart
CAN Log Viewer is designed to view and analyze live data from NMEA 2000 and J1939 networks, as well as log files recorded by our products and Raymarine chart plotters. This software can configure and update the firmware of our products not eqipped with a MicroSD card, and display historical data from sensors. Works on Microsoft Windows, Linux and Max OS X.
WIFI Gateway, Yacht Devices YDWG02
If you wish to see marine data from a smartphone, you should choose the Wi-Fi Gateway. It can join an existing Wi-Fi network on board or establish its own. It is also a bi-directional gateway, and can also convert NMEA 2000 to NMEA 0183 and vice versa for compatibility with outdated software. The Web Gauges page of the internal website allow viewing of realtime vessel data (position, depth, wind, course and speed, engine, etc.) using a web browser on PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone. This listing is for the item on the right that connects to your NMEA2000 network.