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USB100
NMEA 2000® / NMEA 0183 Gateway
User’s Manual
Revision 1.2
Copyright © 2005 Maretron, LLC All Rights Reserved
Maretron, LLC
9034 N. 23rd Ave #13
Phoenix, AZ 85021-7850
http://www.maretron.com
Maretron Manual Part #: M000601
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Revision History
Revision
Description
1.0
Original document.
1.1
Updated to correspond to FW Version 1.5
Added description for configuration by DSM200
1.2
Added description of translations from NMEA 0183 sentences to NMEA 2000®
PGNs (2.6.3, Appendix B)
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Table of Contents
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Introduction ........................................................................................................................1
1.1 Firmware Revision.................................................................................................... 1
1.2 USB100 Features..................................................................................................... 1
1.3 Quick Install.............................................................................................................. 1
Installation..........................................................................................................................2
2.1 Unpacking the Box ................................................................................................... 2
2.2 Software Installation ................................................................................................. 2
2.3 Choosing a Mounting Location ................................................................................. 5
2.4 Mounting the USB100 .............................................................................................. 6
2.5 Connecting the USB100 ........................................................................................... 6
2.5.1 Checking Connections................................................................................... 7
2.6 Configuring the USB100........................................................................................... 7
2.6.1 NMEA 2000® to NMEA 0183 Sentence Translations..................................... 7
2.6.1.1 GWUtilities Configuration Program .................................................. 8
2.6.1.1.1
What is GWUtilities? .................................................... 8
2.6.1.1.2
How to Use GWUtilities................................................ 9
2.6.1.1.3
GWUtilities Status Messages..................................... 10
2.6.2 NMEA 2000® Device Selection .................................................................... 10
2.6.3 NMEA 0183 Sentences to NMEA 2000® Translations ................................. 10
Maintenance ....................................................................................................................11
Troubleshooting ...............................................................................................................11
Technical Specifications...................................................................................................12
Technical Support ............................................................................................................14
Installation Template ........................................................................................................15
Maretron (2 Year) Limited Warranty.................................................................................16
Table of Figures
Figure 1 – Mounting the USB100 .............................................................................................. 6
Figure 2 – USB100 Interface Connector.................................................................................... 6
Figure 3 – NMEA 2000® Connector Face Views ....................................................................... 7
Figure 4 – Mounting Surface Template ................................................................................... 15
Table of Tables
Table 1 – NMEA 2000® to NMEA 0183 Sentence Translations................................................. 8
Table 2 – NMEA 0183 to NMEA 2000® Translations .............................................................. 11
Table of Appendices
Appendix A – NMEA 2000® to NMEA 0183 Translations......................................................... A1
Appendix B – NMEA 0183 to NMEA 2000® Translations......................................................... B1
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1 Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the Maretron USB100 NMEA 2000® / NMEA 0183
Gateway. Maretron has designed and built your gateway to the highest standards for years of
dependable and accurate service.
Maretron’s USB100 is a gateway for bridging USB equipment using NMEA 0183 sentences –
such as an on-board computer running navigational software – with an NMEA 2000® network.
The gateway automatically converts incoming NMEA 2000® messages (referred to as PGNs)
to NMEA 0183 sentences so you can continue benefiting from navigational and charting
software that you already own while enjoying the many benefits of networked NMEA 2000®
instruments. The USB100 also converts navigational NMEA 0183 sentences (RMB, BOD)
originating from charting systems into corresponding NMEA 2000® navigation PGNs so you
can display rolling road information on NMEA 2000® display products such as the Maretron
DSM200.
The Maretron USB100 is designed to operate within the harsh demands of the marine
environment. However, no piece of marine electronic equipment can function properly unless
installed, configured, and maintained in the correct manner. Please read carefully and follow
these instructions for installation, configuration, and usage of the Maretron USB100 in order to
ensure optimal performance.
1.1 Firmware Revision
This manual corresponds to USB100 firmware revision 1.6.
1.2 USB100 Features
The Maretron USB100 has the following features.
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NMEA 2000® and USB 1.1 Interfaces
Waterproof NMEA 2000® and USB Connectors
Sealed Waterproof Enclosure
Translates More than 20 NMEA 2000® PGNs to Equivalent NMEA 0183 Sentences
Translates NMEA 0183 Sentences to Corresponding NMEA 2000® PGNs
USB Opto-Isolated from NMEA 2000® Eliminating Potential Ground Loops
Obtains Power Directly from USB and NMEA 2000® Ports
1.3 Quick Install
Installing the Maretron USB100 gateway involves the following six steps. Please refer to the
individual sections for additional details.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Unpack the Box (Section 2.1)
Install Software on PC (Section 2.2)
Choose a Mounting Location (Section 2.3)
Mount the USB100 (Section 2.4)
Connect the USB100 (Section 2.5)
Configure the USB100 - Optional, only required for specialized configurations (Section 2.6)
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2 Installation
2.1 Unpacking the Box
When unpacking the box containing the Maretron USB100, you should find the following items:
1 – USB100 NMEA 2000® to NMEA 0183 Gateway
4 – Mounting Screws
1 – USB100 Driver / Support Software CD
1 – USB100 User’s Manual
1 – Warranty Registration Card
If any of these items are missing or damaged, please contact Maretron.
2.2 Software Installation
In order to use the USB100 with a PC running Microsoft Windows 2000 or Microsoft Windows
XP, you must first install the software on the provided “USB100 Driver / Support Software CD”.
To begin, insert the CD into your CD-ROM drive. If you have AutoPlay enabled for the CDROM drive, the installation program will start automatically; otherwise, open the CD-ROM drive
in Windows Explorer and execute the “setup.exe” file in the root folder of the CD-ROM drive.
Once started, the GWUtilities setup program will display the following screen. Click the button
marked “Next” to continue the installation of the software.
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The next screen gives you the opportunity to specify the installation directory for the
GWUtilities program. The default selection should be acceptable for most installations. If
desired, select a different installation directory. Finally, click the button marked “Next” to
continue the installation process.
The next screen allows you the opportunity to change the name of the Start Menu folder into
which program shortcuts are installed. If desired, specify a new Start Menu folder name and
click the button marked “Next” to continue; otherwise, simply click the button marked “Next” to
accept the default choice and continue the software installation.
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The following screen allows you the opportunity to create an icon for the GWUtilities program
on your desktop or in the Quick Launch bar. If you wish, select one or both of these options.
Then, click the button marked “Next” to continue.
Now, a screen appears allowing you to confirm the installation options you have selected and
initiate the installation process. If you wish to change any of these options, click the button
marked “Back”. If you are satisfied with the options you have selected, click the button marked
“Install” to begin the installation process.
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You will now see status screens that indicate the progress of the installation. After the
installation is complete, a screen appears which indicates successful completion of the
installation. Click the “Finish” button to complete the installation process.
2.3 Choosing a Mounting Location
The USB100 can be mounted in any location and in any orientation; however, the mounting
location should be close to the location of the computer. The maximum legal length of a USB
cable is 5 meters (16’ 5”) so the USB100 should be mounted within this distance of the
computer. If the distance between the USB100 and the computer is greater than 5 meters, a
USB hub or USB extender must be used.
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2.4 Mounting the USB100
Attach the USB100 securely to the vessel using the included brass mounting screws or other
fasteners as shown in Figure 1 below.
Figure 1 – Mounting the USB100
2.5 Connecting the USB100
The Maretron USB100 provides a connection to an NMEA 2000® interface through a connector
that can be found on the end of the device (see Figure 2).
NMEA 2000® connector
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NMEA 2000 port
USB (type B) port
USB (type B) connector
Figure 2 – USB100 Interface Connector
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The NMEA 2000® connector is a five pin male connector (see Figure 3). You connect the
USB100 to an NMEA 2000® network using a Maretron NMEA 2000® cable (or compatible
cable) by connecting the female end of the cable to the USB100 (note the key on the male
connector and keyway on the female connector). Be sure the cable is connected securely and
that the collar on the cable connector is tightened firmly. Connect the other end of the cable
(male) to the NMEA 2000® network in the same manner. The USB100 is designed such that
you can plug or unplug it from an NMEA 2000® network while the power to the network is
connected or disconnected. Please follow recommended practices for installing NMEA 2000®
network products.
Figure 3 – NMEA 2000® Connector Face Views
2.5.1 Checking Connections
Once the NMEA 2000® and USB connections to the Maretron USB100 have been completed,
check to see that information is being properly transmitted by observing that your computer
software is receiving NMEA 0183 sentences via the USB port. Refer to Section 4,
“Troubleshooting”, if no information appears.
2.6 Configuring the USB100
As shipped from the factory, the USB100 does not require any special configuration and will
work for most applications. However, there are two configurable items in the USB100 which
includes: 1) NMEA 2000® to NMEA 0183 sentence translations and 2) NMEA 2000® device
selection.
2.6.1 NMEA 2000® to NMEA 0183 Sentence Translations
The following table shows the NMEA 2000® PGNs received from an NMEA 2000® network and
the corresponding translations to NMEA 0183 sentences for use by the PC.
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Received NMEA 2000 PGN
Number
Description
126992 System Time
127245 Rudder
127250 Vessel Heading
127251 Rate of Turn
127257 Attitude
127508 Battery Status
128259 Speed
128267 Water Depth
128275 Distance Log
129025 Position, Rapid Update
129026 COG & SOG, Rapid Update
129029 GNSS Position Data
129029 GNSS Position Data
129033 Time & Date
129539 GNSS DOPs
129540 GNSS Sats in View
129540 GNSS Sats in View
130306 Wind Data
130310 Environmental Parameters
130310 Environmental Parameters
Transmitted NMEA 0183 Sentence
Transmit
Acronym
Description
Default
ZDA
Time & Date
On
RSA
Rudder Sensor Angle
On
HDG/HDT
Heading, Dev. & Var. / Heading, True
On
ROT
Rate of Turn
On
PMAROUT
Proprietary Maretron Sentence
On
XDR
Transducer Measurement
On
VBW
Dual Ground/Water Speed
On
DPT
Depth
On
VLW
Dual Ground/Water Distance
On
GLL
Geographic Position – Latitude/Longitude
Off
VTG
Course Over Ground and Ground Speed
On
GGA/GNS
GPS Fix Data / GNSS Fix Data
On
GLL
Geographic Position – Latitude/Longitude
On
ZDA
Time & Date
On
GSA
GNSS DOP and Active Satellites
Off
GSV
GNSS Satellites in View
On
GSA
GNSS DOP and Active Satellites
On
MWD/MWV Wind Dir. & Speed / Wind Speed & Angle
On
MTW
Water Temperature
On
XDR
Transducer Measurement
On
Table 1 – NMEA 2000® to NMEA 0183 Sentence Translations
The easiest way to change or configure these translations is by the included GWUtilities
program whose use is described in Section 2.6.1.1 below.
2.6.1.1 GWUtilities Configuration Program
2.6.1.1.1 What is GWUtilities?
GWUtilities is a program that allows a user to configure Maretron gateway products. Normally,
the translations programmed into the gateway at the factory should be satisfactory, but a
particular application may require that some of the normally enabled translations be disabled.
In addition, gateway products contain additional translations that are not enabled at the factory
and may need to be enabled for use with particular software.
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2.6.1.1.2 How to Use GWUtilities
Below is an annotated screenshot of the main GWUtilities program window:
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To use the program, perform the following steps:
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3.
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5.
6.
Start the program.
Select the serial port to which the gateway is connected with the "Gateway Serial Port"
selector. For USB connected gateways, you can determine the port to which the gateway
is connected by opening the "Device Manager" and opening "Ports (COM & LPT)" and
observing the ports labeled "Maretron NMEA 2000 USB Gateway".
Select a NMEA 2000® PGN in the "NMEA 2000® PGNs" listbox.
A list of checkboxes representing possible NMEA 0183 translations from the selected
NMEA 2000® PGN will appear on the right hand side of the window. Sentence types with
check boxes selected will be generated when the selected NMEA 2000® PGN is
received. Sentence types with check boxes deselected will not be generated.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 until desired settings have been chosen. The gateway's settings
are updated in real time; therefore, there is no need to explicitly "save" the settings to the
gateway.
When you are finished, click the "Exit" button to exit the program.
If, at any time, you wish to restore the gateway to its factory configuration, click the "Load
Factory Defaults" button.
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2.6.1.1.3 GWUtilities Status Messages
The GWUtilities program produces a variety of status messages on the bottom line of the
program window. Following is a list of status messages and suggested actions, if any.
No response received from gateway
The gateway has not responded to a command sent to it by GWUtilities.
Suggestions:
• Check that the correct port has been assigned in the Gateway Serial Port listbox
• Check that the gateway has been supplied with power
• Check that the cable connection between the gateway and the PC is secure
Failed to open serial port portname
GWUtilities was not able to open a connection to the serial port portname.
Suggestions:
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Check that the correct port has been assigned in the Gateway Serial Port listbox
Check that any required drivers for the gateway have been installed correctly. You can
do this by opening the Device Manager, opening "Ports (COM & LPT)", and selecting
"Properties..." for the desired port and verifying that the port is operating correctly.
2.6.2 NMEA 2000® Device Selection
Normally, the USB100 translates messages from all devices on the NMEA 2000® network.
However, in some cases you may have multiple devices on the NMEA 2000® network; for
instance, two GPS receivers or two depth transducers. When you have multiple devices of the
same type on the NMEA 2000® network, you should configure the USB100 to translate PGN’s
from only one of those devices. The easiest way to configure these translations is with an
attached Maretron DSM200 Multi-function Graphic Display unit. Please refer to the DSM200
User’s Manual for details on how to configure device selection on a USB100 or copy device
selection settings from a DSM200 to a USB100.
2.6.3 NMEA 0183 Sentences to NMEA 2000® Translations
The USB100 is capable of receiving certain NMEA 0183 sentences from charting software
running on a PC and converting the sentences to NMEA 2000® PGNs for subsequent display
by NMEA 2000® devices. For example, when a PC charting system is in the process of
navigating to a waypoint, it is capable of transmitting certain navigational sentences such that
external equipment can display “rolling road” information. The following table shows the NMEA
0183 sentences received from PC charting systems and the corresponding translations to
NMEA 2000® PGNs. Refer to Appendix B for specific details regarding translations.
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Received NMEA 0183 Sentence
Acronym
Description
RMB/BOD Recommended Minimum Navigational Info /
Bearing Origin to Destination
RMB
Recommended Minimum Navigational Info
RMB
Recommended Minimum Navigational Info
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Transmitted NMEA 2000 PGNs
Number
Description
129284
Navigation Data
129283
129285
Cross Track Error
Navigation - Route / WP Data
Table 2 – NMEA 0183 to NMEA 2000® Translations
3 Maintenance
Regular maintenance is important to ensure continued proper operation of the Maretron
USB100. Perform the following tasks periodically:
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Clean the unit with a soft cloth. Do not use chemical cleaners as they may remove
paint or markings or may corrode the USB100 enclosure or seals.
Ensure that the unit is mounted securely and cannot be moved relative to the mounting
surface. If the unit is loose, tighten the mounting screws.
Check the security of the cable connected to the NMEA 2000® and USB interfaces and
tighten if necessary.
4 Troubleshooting
If you notice unexpected operation of the Maretron USB100, follow the troubleshooting
procedures in this section to remedy simple problems.
Symptom
No data output on USB interface
Troubleshooting Procedure
Check the connections to the NMEA 2000 and USB
connectors and tighten if necessary
Ensure that power is supplied to the connected
NMEA 2000 cable
Ensure that the correct serial port is selected by the
software expecting NMEA 0183 format data. Open
the Device Manager and ensure that the selected
port is labeled “Maretron NMEA 2000 USB
Gateway” rather than “Standard COM port”.
If these steps do not solve your problem, please contact Maretron Technical Support (refer to
Section 6 for contact information).
Warning: There are no user-serviceable components inside the Maretron USB100. Opening
the USB100 will expose the sensitive electronic components to adverse environmental
conditions that may render the unit inoperative. Please do not open the USB100, as this will
automatically void the warranty. If service is required, please return the unit to an authorized
Maretron service location.
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5 Technical Specifications
As Maretron is constantly improving its products, all specifications are subject to change
without notice. Maretron products are designed to be accurate and reliable; however, they
should be used only as aids to navigation and not as a replacement for traditional navigation
aids and techniques.
Specifications
Parameter
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NMEA 2000 Standard
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NMEA 2000 Connector
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NMEA 2000 / USB Isolation
USB Standard
USB Connector
USB Supported Signals
USB Auxiliary Power
USB Baud Rate
USB Interface Modes
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Native NMEA 2000 API
Value
Level A
DeviceNet Micro-C
Opto-Isolated
USB 1.1
USB Type B
D+, D-, +5V, GND
+5 Volts < 50 mA
Up to 12 Mb/s
NMEA 0183 & NMEA 2000® Native
Maretron proprietary and TMC
RP1210A*
Comment
Highest Level of Certification
Industry Standard Waterproof
No Electrical Connection Across Bridge
Industry Standard Waterproof
Bi-directional Gateway
Full Speed USB Data Rate
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With Maretron-supplied Windows Drivers
*RP1210A Driver availability in future
release
Certifications
Parameter
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NMEA 2000
Maritime Navigation and Radiocommunication Equipment & Systems
FCC and CE Mark
Comment
Level A
Tested to IEC 60945
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Translated Data Types (NMEA 2000® to NMEA 0183) – See Appendix A for Details
Description
Battery Monitor
Compass
Depth
GPS
Rudder Indicator
Speed
Weather Station
Wind
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Data Types
Voltage, Current, Temperature
Vessel Heading, Attitude, Rate of Turn
Water Depth
COG, SOG, DOP, Position, Satellites, Time, Date
Rudder Position
Distance Log, Speed
Water Temperature
Wind Direction and Speed
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NMEA 2000® Parameter Group Numbers (PGNs)
Description
Response to Requested PGNs
Protocol PGNs
Received PGNs
Transmitted PGNs
PGN #
126464
126996
126998
059392
059904
060416
060160
060928
065240
126206
126992
127245
127250
127251
127257
127508
128259
128267
128275
129025
129026
129029
129033
129539
129540
130306
130310
129283
129284
129285
PGN Name
PGN List (Transmit and Receive)
Product Information
Configuration Information
ISO Acknowledge
ISO Request
ISO Transport Protocol, Connection
Management
ISO Transport Protocol, Data Transfer
ISO Address Claim
ISO Address Command
NMEA
System Time
Rudder
Vessel Heading
Rate of Turn
Attitude
Battery Status
Speed
Water Depth
Distance Log
Position, Rapid Update
COG & SOG, Rapid Update
GNSS Position Data
Time & Date
GNSS DOPs
GNSS Sats In View
Wind Data
Environmental Parameters
Cross Track Error
Navigation Data
Navigation – Route/WP Information
Default Rate
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Electrical
Parameter
Operating Voltage
Power Consumption
Load Equivalence Number (LEN)
Reverse Battery Protection
Load Dump Protection
Value
9 to 16 Volts
<150mA
3
Yes
Yes
Comment
DC Voltage
Average Current Drain
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NMEA 2000 Spec. (1LEN = 50 mA)
Indefinitely
Energy Rated per SAE J1113
Mechanical
Parameter
Size
Weight
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4.50” x 3.20” x 2.09”
8 oz.
Comment
Including Flanges for Mounting
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Environmental
Parameter
IEC 60954 Classification
Degree of Protection
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Vibration
Rain and Spray
Solar Radiation
Corrosion (Salt Mist)
Electromagnet Emission
Electromagnetic Immunity
Safety Precautions
Value
Exposed
IP66
-25°C to 55°C
-40°C to 70°C
93%RH @40° per IEC60945-8.2
2-13.2Hz @ ±1mm, 13.2-100Hz @ 7m/s2 per IEC 60945-8.7
12.5mm Nozzle @ 100liters/min from 3m for 30min per IEC 60945-8.8
Ultraviolet B, A, Visible, and Infrared per IEC 60945-8.10
4 times 7days @ 40°C, 95%RH after 2 hour Salt Spray Per IEC 60945-8.12
Conducted and Radiated Emission per IEC 60945-9
Conducted, Radiated, Supply, and ESD per IEC 60945-10
Dangerous Voltage, Electromagnetic Radio Frequency per IEC 60945-12
6 Technical Support
If you require technical support for Maretron products, you can reach us in any of the following
ways:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
World Wide Web:
Mail:
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1-866-550-9100
1-602-861-1777
support@maretron.com
http://www.maretron.com
Maretron, LLC
Attn: Technical Support
9034 N. 23rd Ave Suite 13
Phoenix, AZ 85021 USA
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7 Installation Template
Please check the dimensions before using the following diagram as a template for drilling the
mounting holes because the printing process may have distorted the dimensions.
2.35”
3.90”
Figure 4 – Mounting Surface Template
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8 Maretron (2 Year) Limited Warranty
Maretron warrants the USB100 to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for two (2) years from the
date of original purchase. If within the applicable period any such products shall be proved to Maretron’s
satisfaction to fail to meet the above limited warranty, such products shall be repaired or replaced at Maretron’s
option. Purchaser's exclusive remedy and Maretron’s sole obligation hereunder, provided product is returned
pursuant to the return requirements below, shall be limited to the repair or replacement, at Maretron’s option, of
any product not meeting the above limited warranty and which is returned to Maretron; or if Maretron is unable to
deliver a replacement that is free from defects in materials or workmanship, Purchaser’s payment for such
product will be refunded. Maretron assumes no liability whatsoever for expenses of removing any defective
product or part or for installing the repaired product or part or a replacement therefore or for any loss or damage
to equipment in connection with which Maretron’s products or parts shall be used. With respect to products not
manufactured by Maretron, Maretron’s warranty obligation shall in all respects conform to and be limited to the
warranty actually extended to Maretron by its supplier. The foregoing warranties shall not apply with respect to
products subjected to negligence, misuse, misapplication, accident, damages by circumstances beyond
Maretron’s control, to improper installation, operation, maintenance, or storage, or to other than normal use or
service.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF AND EXCLUDES ALL OTHER EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Statements made by any person, including representatives of Maretron, which are inconsistent or in conflict with
the terms of this Limited Warranty, shall not be binding upon Maretron unless reduced to writing and approved by
an officer of Maretron.
IN NO CASE WILL MARETRON BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, DAMAGES
FOR LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF ANTICIPATED PROFITS OR SAVINGS, OR ANY OTHER LOSS INCURRED
BECAUSE OF INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE. IN NO EVENT SHALL MARETRON’S AGGREGATE LIABILITY
EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT(S) INVOLVED. MARETRON SHALL NOT BE SUBJECT
TO ANY OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES, WHETHER ARISING OUT OF BREACH OF CONTRACT OR
WARRANTY, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), OR OTHER THEORIES OF LAW WITH RESPECT TO
PRODUCTS SOLD OR SERVICES RENDERED BY MARETRON, OR ANY UNDERTAKINGS, ACTS OR
OMISSIONS RELATING THERETO.
Maretron does not warrant that the functions contained in any software programs or products will meet
purchaser’s requirements or that the operation of the software programs or products will be uninterrupted or error
free. Purchaser assumes responsibility for the selection of the software programs or products to achieve the
intended results, and for the installation, use and results obtained from said programs or products. No
specifications, samples, descriptions, or illustrations provided Maretron to Purchaser, whether directly, in trade
literature, brochures or other documentation shall be construed as warranties of any kind, and any failure to conform
with such specifications, samples, descriptions, or illustrations shall not constitute any breach of Maretron’s limited
warranty.
Warranty Return Procedure:
To apply for warranty claims, contact Maretron or one of its dealers to describe the problem and determine the
appropriate course of action. If a return is necessary, place the product in its original packaging together with
proof of purchase and send to an Authorized Maretron Service Location. You are responsible for all shipping and
insurance charges. Maretron will return the replaced or repaired product with all shipping and handling prepaid
except for requests requiring expedited shipping (i.e. overnight shipments). Failure to follow this warranty return
procedure could result in the product’s warranty becoming null and void.
Maretron reserves the right to modify or replace, at its sole discretion, without prior notification, the warranty listed
above. To obtain a copy of the then current warranty policy, please go to the following web page:
http://www.maretron.com/company/warranty.php
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Appendix A
NMEA 2000 PGN to NMEA 0183 Sentence Translations
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PGN 126992 (System Time)
The NMEA 2000® System Time PGN is translated to the ZDA NMEA 0183 sentence entitled Time &
Date as shown in the following table.
NMEA 2000 PGN
126992 – System Time
Field #
Description
ption
1
SI D
2
Source
3
Reserved
4
Dat e
5
Ti me
NMEA 0183 Sentence
ZDA – Time & Date
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
UTC
2
Day, 01 to 31
3
Month, 01 to 12
4
Year
5
Nul l
6
Null
PGN 127245 (Rudder)
The NMEA 2000® Rudder PGN is translated to the RSA NMEA 0183 sentence entitled Rudder Sensor
Angle as shown in the following table.
Field #
1
2
3
4
5
6
NMEA 2000 PGN
127245 – Rudder
Description
ption
Rudder Instance
Direction Order
Reserved
Angle Order
Position
Reserved
NMEA 0183 Sentence
RSA – Rudder Sense Angle
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Starboard Rudder Sensor
2
Starboard Status
3
Null
4
Null
PGN 127250 (Vessel Heading)
The NMEA 2000® Vessel Heading PGN is translated to either the HDG NMEA 0183 sentence entitled
Heading, Deviation & Variation or it is translated to the HDT NMEA 0183 sentence entitled Heading,
True depending on the state of field 5 of the PGN. If field 5 of the PGN indicates “Magnetic”, then the
HDG sentence is transmitted; conversely, if field 5 of the PGN indicates “True”, then the HDT sentence
is transmitted as shown in the following tables.
Revision 1.2
NMEA 2000 PGN
127250 – Vessel Heading
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Heading Sensor Reading
3
Deviation
4
Variation
5
Heading Sensor Reference
6
Reserved
NMEA 0183 Sentence
HDG – Heading, Deviation & Variation
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Magnetic Sensor Heading
2
Magnetic Deviation
3
Deviation E/W
4
Magnetic Variation
5
Variation E/W
NMEA 2000 PGN
127250 – Vessel Heading
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Heading Sensor Reading
3
Deviation
4
Variation
5
Heading Sensor Reference
6
Reserved
NMEA 0183 Sentence
HDT – Heading, True
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Heading
2
Always Transmitted as “T”
Appendix A – NMEA 2000® to 0183 Translations
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PGN 127251 (Rate of Turn)
The NMEA 2000® Rate of Turn PGN is translated to the ROT NMEA 0183 sentence entitled Rate of
Turn as shown in the following table.
NMEA 2000 PGN
127251 – Rate of Turn
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Rate of Turn
3
Reserved
NMEA 0183 Sentence
ROT – Rate of Turn
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Rate of Turn
2
Always Transmitted as “A”
PGN 127257 (Attitude)
The NMEA 2000® Attitude PGN is translated to a Maretron proprietary NMEA 0183 sentence as shown
in the following table.
Field #
1
2
3
4
5
NMEA 2000 PGN
127257 – Attitude
Description
ption
SID
Yaw
Pitch
Roll
Reserved
NMEA 0183 Sentence
PMAROUT – Attitude
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Transmitted as “ATT”
2
Roll
3
Pitch
4
Yaw
5
Null
6
Null
7
Null
8
Null
9
Null
PGN 127508 (Battery Status)
The NMEA 2000® Battery Status PGN is translated to the XDR NMEA 0183 sentence entitled
Transducer Measurement as shown in the following table.
NMEA 2000 PGN
127508 – Battery Status
Field #
Description
ption
1
Battery Instance
2
Battery Potential
3
Battery Current
4
Battery Case Temperature
5
Reserved
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NMEA 0183 Sentence
XDR – Transducer Measurement
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Transmitted as “U”
2
Battery Potential
3
Transmitted as “V”
4
Transmit as “BATVOLTxxx”
5
Transmitted as “I”
6
Battery Current
7
Transmitted as “A”
8
Transmit as “BATCURRxxx”
9
Transmitted as “C”
10
Battery Case Temperature
11
Transmitted as “C”
12
Transmit as “BATTEMPxxx”
Appendix A – NMEA 2000® to 0183 Translations
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PGN 128259 (Speed)
The NMEA 2000® Speed PGN is translated to the VBW NMEA 0183 sentence entitled Dual Ground /
Water Speed as shown in the following table.
Field #
1
2
3
4
NMEA 2000 PGN
128259 – Speed
Description
ption
SID
Speed Water Referenced
Speed Ground Referenced
Reserved
NMEA 0183 Sentence
VBW – Dual Ground/Water Speed
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Longitudinal Water Speed
2
Null
3
Status Water Speed
4
Longitudinal Ground Speed
5
Null
6
Status Ground Speed
7
Null
8
Always Transmitted as “V”
9
Null
10
Always Transmitted as “V”
PGN 128267 (Water Depth)
The NMEA 2000® Water Depth PGN is translated to the DPT NMEA 0183 sentence entitled Depth as
shown in the following table.
NMEA 2000 PGN
128267 – Water Depth
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Water Depth Transducer
3
Offset
4
Reserved
NMEA 0183 Sentence
DPT – Depth
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Water Depth Transducer
2
Offset from Transducer
3
Null
PGN 128275 (Distance Log)
The NMEA 2000® Distance Log PGN is translated to the VLW NMEA 0183 sentence entitled Dual
Ground / Water Distance as shown in the following table.
NMEA 2000 PGN
128275 – Distance Log
Field #
Description
ption
1
Measurement Date
2
Measurement Time
3
Total Cumulative Distance
4
Distance Since Last Reset
NMEA 0183 Sentence
VLW – Dual Ground/Water Distance
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Total Cumulative Distance
2
Always Transmitted as “N”
3
Distance Since Last Reset
4
Always Transmitted as “N”
5
Null
6
Always Transmitted as “N”
7
Null
8
Always Transmitted as “N”
PGN 129025 (Position, Rapid Update)
The NMEA 2000® Position, Rapid Update PGN is translated to the GLL NMEA 0183 sentence entitled
Geographic Position – Latitude/Longitude as shown in the following table.
NMEA 2000 PGN
129025 – Position, Rapid Update
Field #
Description
ption
1
Latitude
2
Longitude
Revision 1.2
NMEA 0183 Sentence
GLL – Geographic Position Lat/Lon
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Latitude
2
N/S
3
Longitude
4
E/W
5
Null
6
Always Transmitted as “V”
7
Always Transmitted as “N”
Appendix A – NMEA 2000® to 0183 Translations
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PGN 129026 (COG & SOG, Rapid Update)
The NMEA 2000® COG & SOG, Rapid Update PGN is translated to the VTG NMEA 0183 sentence
entitled Course Over Ground and Ground Speed as shown in the following table. Note that the VTG
sentence “Mode Indicator” field is obtained from the GNSS Position Data PGN given that the SID fields
for both PGNs match.
Page A4
NMEA 2000 PGN
129026 – COG & SOG, Rapid Update
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
COG Reference
3
Reserved
4
Course Over Ground
5
Speed Over Ground
6
Reserved
NMEA 0183 Sentence
VTG – COG and SOG
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Course Over Ground
2
Always Transmitted as “T”
3
Course Over Ground
4
Always Transmitted as “M”
5
Speed Over Ground
6
Always Transmitted as “N”
7
Speed Over Ground
8
Always Transmitted as “K”
9
Mode Indicator
NMEA 2000 PGN
129029 – GNSS
GNSS Position Data
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Position Date
3
Position Time
4
Latitude
5
Longitude
6
Altitude
7
Type of System
8
Method, GNSS
9
Integrity
10
Reserved
11
Number of SVs
12
HDOP
13
PDOP
14
Geoidal Separation
15
# of Reference Stations
16
Reference Station Type “1”
17
Reference Station ID “1”
18
Age DGNSS Correction “1”
19
Reference Station Type “n”
20
Reference Station ID “n”
21
Age DGNSS Correction “n”
NMEA 0183 Sentence
GGA – GPS Fix Data
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
UTC of Position
2
Latitude
3
N/S
4
Longitude
5
E/W
6
GPS Quality Indicator
7
# of Satellites in Use
8
HDOP
9
Altitude
10
Always Transmitted as “M”
11
Geoidal Separation
12
Always Transmitted as “M”
13
Age DGNSS Correction
14
Reference Station ID
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PGN 129029 (GNSS Position Data)
The NMEA 2000® GNSS Position Data PGN is translated to either the GGA NMEA 0183 sentence
entitled GPS Fix Data as shown in the previous section or it is translated to the GNS NMEA 0183
sentence entitled GNSS Fix Data depending on the state of field 7 of the PGN. If field 7 of the PGN
indicates “GPS”, then the GGA sentence is transmitted (see table under PGN 129026), if field 7
indicates “GLONASS”, then the GNS sentence is transmitted as shown in the following table.
NMEA 2000 PGN
129029 – GNSS Position Data
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Position Date
3
Position Time
4
Latitude
5
Longitude
6
Altitude
7
Type of System
8
Method, GNSS
9
Integrity
10
Reserved
11
Number of SVs
12
HDOP
13
PDOP
14
Geoidal Separation
15
# of Reference Stations
16
Reference Station Type “1”
17
Reference Station ID “1”
18
Age DGNSS Correction “1”
19
Reference Station Type “n”
20
Reference Station ID “n”
21
Age DGNSS Correction “n”
NMEA 0183 Sentence
GNS – GNSS Fix Data
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
UTC of Position
2
Latitude
3
N/S
4
Longitude
5
E/W
6
Mode Indicator
7
# of Satellites in Use
8
HDOP
9
Altitude
10
Geoidal Separation
11
Age DGNSS Correction
12
Reference Station ID
The NMEA 2000® GNSS Position Data PGN is also translated to the GLL NMEA 0183 sentence
entitled Geographic Position – Latitude/Longitude as shown in the following table.
NMEA 2000 PGN
129029 – GNSS Position Data
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Position Date
3
Position Time
4
Latitude
5
Longitude
6
Altitude
7
Type of System
8
Method, GNSS
9
Integrity
10
Reserved
11
Number of SVs
12
HDOP
13
PDOP
14
Geoidal Separation
15
# of Reference Stations
16
Reference Station Type “1”
17
Reference Station ID “1”
18
Age DGNSS Correction “1”
19
Reference Station Type “n”
20
Reference Station ID “n”
21
Age DGNSS Correction “n”
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NMEA 0183 Sentence
GLL – Geographic Position - Lat/Lon
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Latitude
2
N/S
3
Longitude
4
E/W
5
UTC of Position
6
Status
7
Mode Indicator
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PGN 129033 (Time & Date)
The NMEA 2000® Time & Date PGN is translated to the ZDA NMEA 0183 sentence entitled Time &
Date as shown in the following table.
NMEA 2000 PGN
129033 – Time & Date
Field #
Description
ption
1
Dat e
2
Time
3
Local Offset, Minutes
NMEA 0183 Sentence
ZDA – Time & Date
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
UTC
2
Day, 01 to 31
3
Month, 01 to 12
4
Year
5
Local Zone Hours
6
Local Zone Minutes
PGN 129539 (GNSS DOPs)
The NMEA 2000® GNSS DOPs PGN is translated to the GSA NMEA 0183 sentence entitled GNSS
DOP and Active Satellites as shown in the following table. Note that the GSA sentence satellite ID
numbers fields are obtained from the GNSS Sat in View PGN given that the SID fields for both PGNs
match.
NMEA 2000 PGN
129539 – GNSS DOPs
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Set Mode
3
Op Mode
4
Reserved
5
HDOP
6
VDOP
7
TDOP
NMEA 2000 PGN
129540 – GNSS Sats in View
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Mode
3
Reserved
4
Number of SVs
5
PRN “1”
6
Elevation “1”
7
Azimuth “1”
8
SNR “1”
9
Range Residual “1”
10
PRN Status “1”
11
Reserved
12
PRN “n”
13
Elevation “n”
14
Azimuth “n”
15
SNR “n”
16
Range Residual “n”
17
PRN Status “n”
18
Reserved
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NMEA 0183 Sentence
GSA – GNSS DOP & Active Satellites
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Mode
2
Mode
3
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
4
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
5
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
6
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
7
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
8
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
9
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
10
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
11
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
12
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
13
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
14
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
15
PDOP
16
HDOP
17
VDOP
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PGN 129540 (GNSS Sats in View)
The NMEA 2000® GNSS Sats in View PGN is translated to the GSV NMEA 0183 sentence entitled
GNSS Satellites in View as shown in the following table.
NM EA 2000 PGN
ew
129540– GN SS Sats ni Vi
Descr
ipt
ion
Field #
Descri
pti
on
1
SID
2
Mode
3
R eserved
4
N um ber of SVs
5
PRN “1”
6
El
evat
ion “1”
7
Azi
m uth “1”
8
SN R “1”
9
Range Resi
dual“1”
10
PRN Status “1”
11
Reser
ved
12
PR N “n”
13
El
evat
ion “n”
14
Azi
m uth “n”
15
SN R “n”
16
Range Resi
dual“n”
17
PRN Status “n”
18
Reser
ved
•
•
•
NM EA 0183 Sent
ence
G SV – GN SS Satellit
es inView
Field ##
Descr
Descri
ipt
pti
ion
on
1
Total Num ber ofSentences
2
Sent
enceNum ber
3
Total #of Satellit
es inView
4
Satellit
e #1 D
I Num ber
5
El
evat
ion #1
6
Azi
m uth #1
7
SNR #1
8
Satellit
e #2 D
I Num ber
9
Elevat
ion #2
10
Azim uth #2
11
SNR #2
•
•
•
The NMEA 2000® GNSS Sats in View PGN is also translated to the GSA NMEA 0183 sentence entitled
GNSS DOP and Active Satellites as shown in the following table.
NMEA 2000 PGN
129539 – GNSS DOPs
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Set Mode
3
Op Mode
4
Reserved
5
HDOP
6
VDOP
7
TDOP
NMEA 2000 PGN
129540 – GNSS Sats in View
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Mode
3
Reserved
4
Number of SVs
5
PRN “1”
6
Elevation “1”
7
Azimuth “1”
8
SNR “1”
9
Range Residual “1”
10
PRN Status “1”
11
Reserved
12
PRN “n”
13
Elevation “n”
14
Azimuth “n”
15
SNR “n”
16
Range Residual “n”
17
PRN Status “n”
18
Reserved
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NMEA 0183 Sentence
GSA – GNSS DOP & Active Satellites
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Mode
2
Mode
3
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
4
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
5
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
6
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
7
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
8
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
9
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
10
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
11
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
12
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
13
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
14
ID # of Sat. used in Solution
15
PDOP
16
HDOP
17
VDOP
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PGN 130306 (Wind Data)
The NMEA 2000® Wind Data PGN is translated to either the MWD NMEA 0183 sentence entitled Wind
Direction and Speed or it is translated to the MWV NMEA 0183 sentence entitled Wind Speed & Angle
depending on the state of field 4 of the PGN. If field 4 of the PGN indicates “True (referenced to North)”
or “Magnetic”, then the MWD sentence is transmitted, if field 4 indicates “Apparent” or “True
(referenced to boat)”, then the MWV sentence is transmitted as shown in the following tables.
NMEA 2000 PGN
130306 – Wind Data
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Wind Speed
3
Wind Direction
4
Wind Reference
5
Reserved
NMEA 0183 Sentence
MWD – Wind Direction & Speed
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Wind Direction
2
Always Transmitted as “T”
3
Wind Direction
4
Always Transmitted as “M”
5
Wind Speed
6
Always Transmitted as “N”
7
Wind Speed
8
Always Transmitted as “M”
NMEA 2000 PGN
130306 – Wind Data
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Wind Speed
3
Wind Direction
4
Wind Reference
5
Reserved
NMEA 0183 Sentence
MWV – Wind Speed and Angle
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Wind Angle
2
Reference
3
Wind Speed
4
Always Transmitted as “M”
5
Always Transmitted as “A”
PGN 130310 (Environmental Parameters)
The NMEA 2000® Environmental Parameters PGN is translated to the MTW NMEA 0183 sentence
entitled Water Temperature as shown in the following table.
NMEA 2000 PGN
130310 – Environmental Parameters
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Water Temperature
3
Outside Ambient Air Temp.
4
Atmospheric Pressure
5
Reserved
NMEA 0183 Sentence
MTW – Water Temperature
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Temperature
2
Always Transmitted as “C”
The NMEA 2000® Environmental Parameters PGN is also translated to the XDR NMEA 0183 sentence
entitled Transducer Measurement as shown in the following table.
NMEA 2000 PGN
130310 – Environmental Parameters
Field #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Water Temperature
3
Outside Ambient Air Temp.
4
Atmospheric Pressure
5
Reserved
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NMEA 0183 Sentence
XDR – Transducer Measurements
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Transmitted as “C”
2
Water Temperature
3
Transmitted as “C”
4
“ENV_WATER_T
5
Transmitted as “C”
6
Outside Ambient Air Temp.
7
Transmitted as “C”
8
“ENV_OUTAIR_T”
9
Transmitted as “P”
10
Atmospheric Pressure
11
Transmitted as “P”
12
“ENV_ATMOS_P”
Appendix A – NMEA 2000® to 0183 Translations
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Appendix B
NMEA 0183 Sentence to NMEA 2000® PGN Translations
RMB (Recommended Minimum Navigation Information)
The RMB sentence is translated into three different NMEA 2000® PGNs as shown in the following
tables.
NMEA 0183 Sentence
RMB – Recommended Min. Nav. Info.
Field #
Description
ption
1
Data Status
2
Cross Track Error
3
Direction to Steer
4
Origin Waypoint ID
5
Destination Waypoint ID
6
Destination WP Latitude
7
Destination WP Lat. N/S
8
Destination WP Longitude
9
Destination WP Long. E/W
10
Range to Destination
11
Bearing to Destination
12
Destination Closing Velocity
13
Arrival Status
14
Mode Indicator
NMEA 2000 PGN
129283 – Cross Track Error
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
XTE Mode
3
Reserve
4
Navigation Terminated
5
XTE
6
Reserve
NMEA 0183 Sentence
RMB – Recommended Min. Nav. Info.
Field #
Description
ption
1
Data Status
2
Cross Track Error
3
Direction to Steer
4
Origin Waypoint ID
5
Destination Waypoint ID
6
Destination WP Latitude
7
Destination WP Lat. N/S
8
Destination WP Longitude
9
Destination WP Long. E/W
10
Range to Destination
11
Bearing to Destination
12
Destination Closing Velocity
13
Arrival Status
14
Mode Indicator
NMEA 2000 PGN
129284 – Navigation Data
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
SID
2
Distance to Destination WP
3
Course/Bearing Reference
4
Perpendicular Crossed
5
Arrival Circle Entered
6
Calculation Type
7
ETA Time
8
ETA Date
9
Bearing, Origin to Dest.
10
Bearing, Position to Dest.
11
Origin WP Number
12
Destination WP Number
13
Destination WP Latitude
14
Destination WP Longitude
15
WP Closing Velocity
NMEA 0183 Sentence
BOD – Bearing – Origin to Destination
Field #
Description
ption
1
Bearing True
2
True
3
Bearing Magnetic
4
Magnetic
5
Destination WP ID
6
Origin WP ID
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NMEA 0183 Sentence
RMB – Recommended Min. Nav. Info.
Field #
Description
ption
1
Data Status
2
Cross Track Error
3
Direction to Steer
4
Origin Waypoint ID
5
Destination Waypoint ID
6
Destination WP Latitude
7
Destination WP Lat. N/S
8
Destination WP Longitude
9
Destination WP Long. E/W
10
Range to Destination
11
Bearing to Destination
12
Destination Closing Velocity
13
Arrival Status
14
Mode Indicator
Page B2
NMEA 2000 PGN
129285 – Navigation – Route/WP Info
Field
eld #
Description
ption
1
Start RPS#
2
nItems
3
Data Base ID
4
Route ID
5
Nav. Direction in Route
6
Suppl. Route/WP Data
7
Reserve
8
Route Name
9
Reserve
10
WPID
11
WP Name
12
WP Latitude
13
WP Longitude
14
Repeat
Appendix B – NMEA 0183 to 2000 Translations
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