- Applicable for: E22158 SeaTalk one to SeaTalkng converter
- Software Version: v2.03
- Release Date: September 2016
Downloading the Software
Select the software update below depending on which Multifunction Display you will be using to perform the Remote Update. Please note if you have a G Series or a/c/e/gS Series you must check what version of software you have installed in the unit that you are using to perform the upgrade. For further information on this please click here.
Retired / Legacy MFDs
- With the introduction of version 1.10, the converter now supports a system with a Autopilot. With version 1.11 you are now able to connect and communicate with a previous generation of Autopilot such as the S1G, S2G and S3G as examples. Information in the manual regarding not being able to connect the converter with a Autopilot in the system is now redundant.
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IMPORTANT TERMS OF DOWNLOADING SOFTWARE
This firmware update process is done at your own risk. Before initiating the update process be sure to backup and make copies of all important files.
If the firmware process is interrupted your product may not function properly, therefore do not interrupt the process and ensure the unit is on a reliable power supply. Damage caused by incomplete upgrades will not be covered by Raymarine warranty.
By Downloading the software, you agree to these terms.
Open Source GPL/LGPL
Some Raymarine products contain software code developed by third parties that are covered by open source GPL and LGPL software license agreements. You can view the third party license agreements by visiting the Manuals and Documents section of our website.
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- STng converter now correctly decodes Rudder information when bridging from STng onto SeaTalk1.
- The symptom of this issue was typically seen on the Smart Controller once R4 software was loaded into the EVO pilots, whereby the rudder bar/angle would either show as Hard Over, or would jump about.
- Converter does not Block MDS Selection Feature when operating in NMEA0183 mode
- Support for Multiple Data Selection (MDS) feature
- Converter no longer blocks the MDS feature
- Data such as Speed, Depth, Wind, Heading & GPS bridged from SeaTalk1 to SeaTalkng can be selected as the system data source.
- Support for Global Selection of Units
- The converter will now support and retain the system units selection from an i70 or MFD, throughout a powercycle.
- General SeaTalkng data improvements
- NMEA0183 OUTPUT mode for connection to an isolated NMEA0183 VHF data input
- Variation / heading conversion issue fixed
- Units conversion improvement
- Improved support for support for the Seatalk 1 Joystick
- Improved tunneling of Autopilot messages -corrects the intermittent error message of “nopilot” being displayed on SeaTalk1 control units, when being tunneled through the STNG backbone.
- Autopilot tunnelled messages now supported.
- Speed-through-the-Water (STW) Invalidity Check implemented, to ensure Converter doesn’t stop the conversion of STW from other sources.
- Converter now automatically checks / upgrades its boot loader at power on.
- PGN 129540 modified to transmit correct status value for satellites used in Differential mode.
- PGN 129029 now correctly initializes the default values for PDOP, Geoidal Separation, Altitude and Integrity, to “unavailable”.
- Default starting source address preset to 115 instead of 0, to resolve some PGN conflicts from other sources
- Corrects an intermittent error in SOG data, when the converter is being used to convert the RS125+ from Seatalk1 to SeatalkNG.