It transfers data from an NMEA 2000 backbone to any device (e.g. laptop, tablet or smartphone) connected to it via Wi-Fi.
It has built-in conversion of NMEA 2000 messages into NMEA 0183 sentences thus allowing a wide variety of vessel data (e.g. position, speed, course, wind speed, depth, engine data, AIS messages etc.) to be shared with NMEA 0183 compatible software applications running on connected devices.
All the data received (or a selected subset) can be logged to its internal micro SD card for later downloading to use for analysing the voyage. This is very useful for analysing race data, generating logbooks, diagnosing problems or even sharing your voyage details. Approximately 16 days of data can be stored on the pre-installed industrial grade micro SD card, which can be upgraded should the user require more storage.
The W2K-1 has the legendary Actisense “Reliability Built In” along with useful diagnostic LEDs, internal antenna, enhanced password security, full certification and all packaged in an extremely rugged IP67 case.
- NMEA 2000 to Wi-Fi Gateway and voyage data recorder in one device
- Converts NMEA 2000 to / from NMEA 0183 (streamed over Wi-Fi)
- Supports both TCP and UDP and streams data using up to three separate data servers
- Data protocols are selectable to be compatible with a huge range of navigation software and Apps
- 8GB high reliability Industrial micro SD card is pre-installed
- Approximately 16 days Voyage data recording
- Remote Firmware upgradability
- Diagnostic LEDs for NMEA 2000 bus activity and Wi-Fi Status
- IP67 rated ruggedized case
- Top end Wi-Fi allows unit to simultaneously work as an Access Point and connect to existing Wi-Fi networks in Client mode
- Low power – uses less than 2 LEN from NMEA 2000 bus
- 4GHz radio with integrated internal antenna supporting 802.11 b/g/n (up to 150Mbps)
- Automatically measures and reports the NMEA 2000 Bus Voltage
- User manual embedded on the device – accessible via browser
- Each device has unique default SSID and Password for enhanced security