|Model||Vendor||Linux||Windows||Mac OS X|
|BU-353 S4||Global Sat||?||Seems to work just fine in Windows 8.1 with supplied driver||?|
|BU-353 USB||Various||Yes, native||Yes with driver up to Win7. but not on Win8.1 or 10, get BU-353-s4||Yes with driver|
|Foretrex 201||Garmin||Pl2303 driver and gpsd. Gpsd hotplugging is disabled for the device, so you need to edit the gpsd udev rules.||?||?|
|GPS126 GPS128||Garmin||"Send Route to GPS" Only the waypoints are transferred, not the route||?|
|GPSmap 76CSx||Garmin||GPS is connected via USB cable. Works with OCPN stable 2.3.1 and beta 2.4.708 on Ubuntu 10.04 with kernel 2.6.38 and gpsd 2.95 via Network LIBGPS as NMEA source||?||?|
|Nokia E71 + EXTGps||Nokia+Symarctic||?||WinXP SP3 Yes
Win7 Data yes - OpenCPN No
|QSTARZ 51 Channel Bluetooth GPS||Qstarz||Yes native. Works great as per help file wiki Bluetooth GPS Ubuntu Install||Could not get it to work with Windows and MaxSea. never tried on OpenCPN on Windows.|
|RayNav 300||Raymarine||Works on Linux Debian, build the serial cable and you're set||Works on Windows XP||Not tried|
|NL-302U||Navilock||XP & 7U46 fine|
|NL-402U (u-blox5 chipset)||Navilock||Works, tested on Ubuntu 10.10||Works tried on Windows XP and Windows 7 32-bit||Not tried|
|ND-100S SiRF-III||Nobrand||Works well with Ubuntu||
seems similar.Successfully connected and continuously returning nmea-signal. Vista.
Works with Win 98 and XP
|Holux GM-210 USB||Sony Viao with Vista|
Windows Configuration Tool, best results when set GLL to 5 with Config Tool
|not tested||works with USB Bluetooth Dongle, WinXP SP3||works with built in Bluetooth of MacBookPro OS X 10.6.4|
|Skytraq - chipset Venus 6
USB - NMEA 0183
|not tested||Yes, with driver
tested with Win7 64 & 32.
|Yes, with driver|
|GP-01 USB Eastern Star 7||MC-Marine||Yes, "out of the box"||Yes with driver||?|
|GP-01S USB SiFR Star III||MC-Marine||Yes, "out of the box"||Yes with driver||Yes with driver|
|Earthmate GPS LT-40||DeLorme||Yes, "out of the box"||Yes with driver||Testing|
|Dual||?||Yes, no driver required. In properties>services check "serial port" and uncheck "Wireless iAP"||?|
Cellphone using Bl
|Motorola||Not tested||Yes, Under Windows 8, and using Android App GPSOverBT.
Have GPSOverBT running on phone, on Windows side create new outgoing BlueTooth ComPort and select your android phone from list.
In OpenCPN under Options>Connections select your new BlueToooth ComPort and hit Apply. See coment below. See forum post
|Model||Vendor||Type||Linux||Windows||Mac OS X|
|MiniPlex-USB(-AIS)||ShipModul||Mux||Yes, FTDI driver||Yes, with driver||Yes, with driver|
|USG-1||Actisense||GW||Yes, with driver|
|NMEA,Seatalk,AIS,USB||gadgetPool.de||Mux||Yes||Yes, with driver||Yes, with driver|
Articsense NGW-1-STNG Convert NMEA 0183 data into SeaTalk NG and vice-versa, providing seamless integration with Raymarine products. The NGW-1-STNG option combines a standard NGW-1-ISO with a Raymarine SeaTalk NG adapter cable to interface legacy instruments to the NMEA 2000 based SeaTalk NG bus.
Now available with the SeaTalk NG to NMEA 2000 adaptor Cable - STNG-A06045
Conversion Sentences List: http://www.actisense.com/products/nm...oads-ngw1.html
The E55053 SeaTalk 2 / NMEA 2000 Interface Cable (1.5m) is for connecting E-Series displays to Raymarine SeaTalk 2 or 3rd party NMEA 2000 Devices. The SeaTalk 2 / NMEA 2000 Interface Cable features a twist-lock connector at the E-series display end, and a standard 5-pin waterproof SeaTalk 2 style connector at the other.
The E55054 SeaTalk / Alarm Output Interface Cable (1.5m) is for connecting E-Series displays to Raymarine SeaTalk instrument networks. Also supports connection to an external alarm. The SeaTalk / Alarm Output Interface Cable 6-Pin twist lock connector a E-Series display end, and wire leads at the other.
The E85001 PC/NMEA/SeaTalk Interface Box converts signals between SeaTalk, NMEA 0183, and RS232 formats. Enables RayTech navigation software to converse in SeaTalk with compatible devices. Can be used to host PCs running NMEA based navigation software on a SeaTalk network. Also supports operation of the Raymarine Main Alarm when an alarm condition exists on the SeaTalk bus. This item is no longer availableThe E86001 PC Serial Data Cable (2M) is used for connecting computers running RayTech navigation software to the E85001 interface box. Also used to tie NMEA GPS units to a PC's serial data port. The cable is fitted with a screw-lock DB-9 female connector on one end, and bare wire leads at the other, suitable for connection to your GPS or PC interface
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