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Garmin GPSMAP® 1222 Touch Installation Instructions
1 From the GPSMAP device, select ActiveCaptain.
2 From the ActiveCaptain page, select Wi-Fi Network > Wi-Fi
> On.
3 Enter a name and password for this network.
4 Insert a memory card in the GPSMAP device's card slot.
5 Select Create ActiveCaptain Memory Card.
GPSMAP® 1222/1242 TOUCH
Installation Instructions
Important Safety Information
WARNING
See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the
product box for product warnings and other important
information.
When connecting the power cable, do not remove the in-line
fuse holder. To prevent the possibility of injury or product
damage caused by fire or overheating, the appropriate fuse
must be in place as indicated in the product specifications. In
addition, connecting the power cable without the appropriate
fuse in place voids the product warranty.
CAUTION
Always wear safety goggles, ear protection, and a dust mask
when drilling, cutting, or sanding.
NOTICE
When drilling or cutting, always check what is on the opposite
side of the surface.
To obtain the best performance and to avoid damage to your
boat, install the device according to these instructions.
Read all installation instructions before proceeding with the
installation. If you experience difficulty during the installation,
contact Garmin Product Support.
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Contacting Garmin Support
• Go to support.garmin.com for help and information, such as
product manuals, frequently asked questions, videos, and
customer support.
• In the USA, call 913-397-8200 or 1-800-800-1020.
• In the UK, call 0808 238 0000.
• In Europe, call +44 (0) 870 850 1241.
Software Update
NOTE: You can use the ActiveCaptain™ app to update the
device software (Updating Software with the ActiveCaptain App,
page 1).
You may need to update the device software when you install
the device or add an accessory to the device.
This device supports up to a 32 GB memory card, formatted to
FAT32.
Getting Started with the ActiveCaptain App
NOTE: The ActiveCaptain feature is only available on models
that have Wi‑Fi technology.
You can connect a mobile device to the GPSMAP device using
the ActiveCaptain app. The app provides a quick and easy way
for you to interact with your chartplotter and complete such tasks
as sharing data, registering, updating the device software, and
receiving mobile device notifications.
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NOTICE
You might be prompted to format the memory card.
Formatting the card deletes all information saved on the card.
This includes any saved user data, such as waypoints.
Formatting the card is recommended, but not required.
Before formatting the card, you should save the data from the
memory card onto the device internal memory.
Be sure the card is inserted each time you want to use the
ActiveCaptain feature.
6 From the application store on your mobile device, install and
open the ActiveCaptain app.
7 Bring the mobile device within 32 m (105 ft.) of the GPSMAP
device.
8 From your mobile device settings, open the Wi‑Fi
connections page and connect to the Garmin device, using
the name and password you entered in the Garmin device.
For more information about the ActiveCaptain app and features,
see the Owner's Manual at www.garmin.com/manuals
/GPSMAP1222-1242 or watch a video at www.garmin.com
/ActiveCaptainVideo.
Updating Software with the ActiveCaptain App
If your device has Wi‑Fi technology, you can use the
ActiveCaptain app to download and install the latest software
updates for your device.
NOTICE
Software updates may require the app to download large files.
Regular data limits or charges from your Internet service
provider apply. Contact your Internet service provider for more
information about data limits or charges.
The installation process can take several minutes.
1 Connect the mobile device to the GPSMAP device (Getting
Started with the ActiveCaptain App, page 1).
2 When a software update is available and you have internet
access on your mobile device, select Software Updates >
Download.
The ActiveCaptain app downloads the update to the mobile
device. When you reconnect the app to the GPSMAP device,
the update is transferred to the device. After the transfer is
complete, you are prompted to install the update.
3 When you are prompted by the GPSMAP device, select an
option to install the update.
• To update the software immediately, select OK.
• To delay the update, select Cancel. When you are ready
to install the update, select ActiveCaptain > Software
Updates > Install Now.
Tools Needed
• Drill and drill bits
◦ Bail mount: drill bits appropriate for the surface and
hardware
◦ Flush mount: 13 mm (1/2 in.) drill bit, 6 mm (1/4 in.), and
3.6 mm (9/64 in.) drill bit (with nut plate), or 3.2 mm (1/8 in.
with no nut plate)
• #2 Phillips screwdriver
• Jigsaw or rotary tool
• File and sandpaper
January 2018
190-02393-02_0A
• Marine sealant (recommended)
Mounting Considerations
NOTICE
This device should be mounted in a location that is not exposed
to extreme temperatures or conditions. The temperature range
for this device is listed in the product specifications. Extended
exposure to temperatures exceeding the specified temperature
range, in storage or operating conditions, may cause device
failure. Extreme-temperature-induced damage and related
consequences are not covered by the warranty.
When selecting a mounting location, you should observe these
considerations.
• The location should provide optimal viewing as you operate
your boat.
• The location should allow for easy access to all device
interfaces, such as the keypad, touchscreen, and card
reader, if applicable.
• The location must be strong enough to support the weight of
the device and protect it from excessive vibration or shock.
• To avoid interference with a magnetic compass, the device
should not be installed closer to a compass than the
compass-safe distance value listed in the product
specifications.
• The location must allow room for the routing and connection
of all cables.
• The location must not be a flat, horizontal surface. The
location should be in a vertical angle.
The location and viewing angle should be tested before you
install the device. High viewing angles from above and below
the display may result in a poor image.
Bail Mounting the Device
NOTICE
If you are mounting the bracket on fiberglass with screws, it is
recommended to use a countersink bit to drill a clearance
counterbore through only the top gel-coat layer. This will help to
avoid cracking in the gel-coat layer when the screws are
tightened.
The bail-mounting hardware (screws and washers, or nuts,
washers, and bolts) is not included. The bail mount bracket is
included in some models. Before you can bail mount the device,
you must purchase a bail mount bracket, if necessary. You must
also purchase mounting hardware that fits the holes in the bail
mount bracket and securely attaches it to your specific mounting
surface. The size of the pilot holes required depends on the
mounting hardware you purchase.
1 Using the bail mount bracket À as a template, mark the
location of the four pilot holes Á.
2 Using a drill bit appropriate for your mounting hardware, drill
the pilot holes.
3 Secure the bail mount bracket to the surface using your
mounting hardware Â.
Install
the bail mount knobs à on the sides of the device.
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5 Place the device in the bail mount bracket, and tighten the
bail mount knobs.
Flush Mounting the Device
NOTICE
Be careful when cutting the hole to flush mount the device.
There is only a small amount of clearance between the case and
the mounting holes, and cutting the hole too large could
compromise the stability of the device after it is mounted.
The included template and hardware can be used to flush mount
the device in your dashboard. There are three options for
hardware based on the mounting surface material.
• You can drill pilot holes and use wood screws.
• You can drill holes and use nut plates and machine screws.
The nut plates can add stability to a thinner surface.
• You can punch and tap holes, and use machine screws.
1 Trim the template, and make sure it fits in the location where
you want to mount the device.
2 Secure the template to the mounting location.
3 Using a 13 mm (1/2 in.) drill bit, drill one or more of the holes
inside the corners of the solid line on the template to prepare
the mounting surface for cutting.
4 Using a jigsaw or a rotary tool, cut the mounting surface
along the inside line on the template.
5 Place the device in the cutout to test the fit.
6 If necessary, use a file and sandpaper to refine the size of
the cutout.
7 If necessary, remove the trim caps.
NOTICE
Use a plastic pry tool when possible. Using a metal pry tool,
such as a screwdriver, can damage the trim caps and the
device.
8 After the device fits correctly in the cutout, ensure the
mounting holes on the device line up with the larger holes on
the template.
9 If the mounting holes on the device do not line up, mark the
new hole locations.
10 Based on your mounting surface, drill or punch and tap the
larger holes:
• For wood screws, drill 3.2 mm (1/8 in.) holes, and skip to
step 18.
• For nut plate and machine screws, drill 6 mm (1/4 in.) holes
in the larger hole locations.
• For machine screws without the nut plate, punch and tap
M4 holes, and skip to step 18.
11 If you are using a nut plate, starting in one corner of the
template, place a nut plate À over the larger hole Á drilled in
the previous step.
The smaller hole  on the nut plate should line up with the
smaller hole on the template.
12 If the smaller hole on the nut plate does not line up with the
smaller hole on the template, mark the new hole location.
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13 If you are using a nut plate, drill a 3.6 mm (9/64 in.) hole in the
smaller hole location.
14 Repeat to verify placement of the remaining nut plates and
holes on the template.
Remove
the template from the mounting surface.
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16 Starting in one corner of the mounting location, place a nut
plate à on the back of the mounting surface, lining up the
large and small holes.
The raised portion of the nut plate should fit into the larger
hole.
• If it is necessary to extend the NMEA 0183 or alarm wires,
you must use 22 AWG (.33 mm²) wire.
Item
Ê
Ë
Ì
Í
Î
Ï
Ð
Ñ
Wire Color
Wire Function
Red
Power
Black
Ground (power and NMEA 0183)
Blue
NMEA 0183 TXA
Brown
NMEA 0183 RXA
Gray
NMEA 0183 TXB
Violet
NMEA 0183 RXB
Orange
Accessory on
Yellow
Alarm low
Connecting the Wiring Harness to Power
17 Secure the nut plates to the mounting surface by fastening
the smaller machine screws Ä through the smaller holes.
18 Install the foam gasket Å on the back of the device.
The pieces of the foam gasket have adhesive on the back.
Make sure you remove the protective liner before installing
them on the device.
19 If you will not have access to the back of the device after you
mount it, connect all necessary cables to the device before
placing it into the cutout.
NOTICE
To prevent corrosion of the metal contacts, cover unused
connectors with the attached weather caps.
20 Apply marine sealant between the mounting surface and the
device to properly seal and prevent leakage behind the
dashboard.
21 If you will have access to the back of the device, apply
marine sealant around the cutout.
22 Place the device into the cutout.
23 Secure the device to the mounting surface using the larger
machine screws Æ or the included wood screws.
24 Wipe away all excess marine sealant.
25 Install the trim caps by snapping them in place around the
edges of the device.
WARNING
When connecting the power cable, do not remove the in-line
fuse holder. To prevent the possibility of injury or product
damage caused by fire or overheating, the appropriate fuse
must be in place as indicated in the product specifications. In
addition, connecting the power cable without the appropriate
fuse in place voids the product warranty.
1 Route the wiring harness to the power source and to the
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device.
Connect the red wire to the positive (+) battery terminal, and
connect the black wire to the negative (-) battery terminal.
If necessary, install the locking ring and O-ring on the end of
the wiring harness.
Insert the cable into the POWER connector on the back of
the device, pushing firmly.
Turn the locking ring clockwise to attach the cable to the
device.
Additional Grounding Consideration
This consideration is applicable only to devices that have a
grounding screw. Not all models have a grounding screw.
This device should not need additional chassis grounding in
most installation situations. If you experience interference, the
grounding screw on the housing can be used to connect the
device to the water ground of the boat to help avoid the
interference.
Cable and Connection Considerations
• The cables may have been packaged without the locking
rings installed. If so, you should route the cables before you
install the locking rings.
• After connecting a locking ring to a cable, make sure the ring
is securely connected and the O-ring is in place so the
connection remains secure.
Power/NMEA 0183 Cable
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• The wiring harness connects the device to power, NMEA
0183 devices, and a lamp or a horn for visible or audible
alerts.
Garmin Marine Network Considerations
NOTICE
A Garmin Power over Ethernet (PoE) Isolation Coupler (P/N
010-10580-10) must be used when connecting any third-party
device, such as a FLIR camera, to a Garmin Marine Network.
Connecting a PoE device directly to a Garmin Marine Network
chartplotter damages the Garmin chartplotter and may damage
the PoE device. Connecting any third-party device directly to a
Garmin Marine Network chartplotter will cause abnormal
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behavior on the Garmin devices, including the devices not
properly turning off or the software becoming inoperable.
This device can connect to additional Garmin Marine Network
devices to share data such as radar, sonar, and detailed
mapping. When connecting Garmin Marine Network devices to
this device, observe these considerations.
• All devices connected to the Garmin Marine Network must be
connected to the same ground.
• A Garmin Marine Network cable must be used for all Garmin
Marine Network connections.
◦ Third-party CAT5 cable and RJ45 connectors must not be
used for Garmin Marine Network connections.
◦ Additional Garmin Marine Network cables and connectors
are available from your Garmin dealer.
• The NETWORK ports on the device each act as a network
switch. Any compatible device can be connected to any
NETWORK port to share data with all devices on the boat
connected by a Garmin Marine Network cable.
NMEA 2000 Considerations
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NOTICE
If you are connecting this device to an existing NMEA 2000
network, the NMEA 2000 network should already be connected
to power. Do not connect the NMEA 2000 power cable to an
existing NMEA 2000 network, because only one power source
should be connected to a NMEA 2000 network.
If you are connecting this device to an existing NMEA 2000
network or engine network by another manufacturer, you should
install a NMEA 2000 Power Isolator (010-11580-00) between
the existing network and the Garmin devices.
If you are installing a NMEA 2000 power cable, you must
connect it to the boat ignition switch or through another in-line
switch. NMEA 2000 devices will drain your battery if the NMEA
2000 power cable is connected to the battery directly.
This device can connect to a NMEA 2000 network on your boat
to share data from NMEA 2000 compatible devices such as a
GPS antenna or a VHF radio. The included NMEA 2000 cables
and connectors allow you to connect the device to your existing
NMEA 2000 network. If you do not have an existing NMEA 2000
network you can create a basic one using cables from Garmin.
If you are unfamiliar with NMEA 2000, you should read the
“NMEA 2000 Network Fundamentals” chapter of the Technical
Reference for NMEA 2000 Products. You can find this document
using the “Manuals” link on the product page for your device at
www.garmin.com.
The port labeled NMEA 2000 is used to connect the device to a
standard NMEA 2000 network.
Item
Description
NMEA 2000 compatible Garmin device
À
Á
Â
Ã
Ä
Å
Æ
Ç
È
GPS antenna
Ignition or in-line switch
NMEA 2000 power cable
NMEA 2000 drop cable
12 Vdc power source
NMEA 2000 terminator or backbone cable
NMEA 2000 T-connector
NMEA 2000 terminator or backbone cable
NMEA 0183 Connection Considerations
• There is one internal NMEA 0183 input port (RX port) and
one internal NMEA 0183 output port (TX port) on the included
NMEA 0183 data cable. You can connect one NMEA 0183
device to the internal RX port to input data to this Garmin
device, and you can connect up to three NMEA 0183 devices
in parallel to the internal TX port to receive data output by this
Garmin device.
• See the installation instructions for the NMEA 0183 device to
identify the transmit (TX) and receive (RX) wires.
• The device provides one TX port and one RX port. Each
internal port has 2 wires, labeled A and B according to the
NMEA 0183 convention. The corresponding A and B wires of
each internal port should be connected to the A (+) and B (-)
wires of the NMEA 0183 device.
• You must use 28 AWG, shielded, twisted-pair wiring for
extended runs of wire. Solder all connections and seal them
with heat-shrink tubing.
• Do not connect the NMEA 0183 data wires from this device
to power ground.
• The power cable from this device and the NMEA 0183
devices must be connected to a common power ground.
• See NMEA 0183 Information, page 6 for a list of the
approved NMEA 0183 sentences that are output by and input
to this device.
• The internal NMEA 0183 ports and communication protocols
are configured on the connected Garmin device. See the
NMEA 0183 section of the chartplotter owner's manual for
more information.
NMEA 0183 Connection Diagram
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Item
Description
12 Vdc power source
À
Á
Â
Wiring harness
NMEA 0183 compliant device
Item Garmin Wire
Function
Ê
Ë
Ì
Í
Î
-
Garmin Wire
Color
NMEA 0183 Device Wire
Function
Power
Red
Power
Ground
Black
Data ground
Tx
Blue
Rx/A (+)
Rx
Brown
Tx/A (+)
Ground
Lamp and Horn Connections
The device can be used with a lamp, a horn, or both, to sound or
flash an alert when the chartplotter displays a message. This is
optional, and the alarm wire is not necessary for the device to
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function normally. When connecting the device to a lamp or
horn, observe these considerations.
• The alarm circuit switches to a low-voltage state when the
alarm sounds.
• The maximum current is 100 mA, and a relay is needed to
limit the current from the chartplotter to 100 mA.
• To manually toggle visual and audible alerts, you can install
single-pole, single-throw switches.
Item Description
À
Á
Â
Ã
Ä
Å
Item
Ê
Ë
Ì
Power source
Power cable
Horn
Lamp
Relay (100 mA coil current)
Toggle switches to enable and disable lamp or horn alerts
Wire Color
Wire Function
Red
Power
Black
Ground
Yellow
Alarm
HDMI Out Video Considerations
NOTICE
To prevent corrosion due to moisture, you must use Garmin
GPSMAP accessory cables when connecting the chartplotter to
the video display. Using different cables voids your warranty.
Through the HDMI OUT port, you can duplicate the chartplotter
screen on another device, such as a television or monitor.
The Garmin GPSMAP HDMI accessory cable is 4.5 m (15 ft.)
long. If you need a longer cable, you should use an active HDMI
cable only. You need an HDMI coupler to connect the two HDMI
cables.
You must make all cable connections in a dry environment.
• Video is shared across the Garmin Marine Network, but it is
not shared across the NMEA 2000 network.
J1939 Engine Network Connection Considerations
NOTICE
You must use a Garmin GPSMAP J1939 accessory cable when
connecting the chartplotter to the J1939 engine network to
prevent corrosion due to moisture. Using a different cable voids
your warranty.
If you have an existing engine network on your boat, it should
already be connected to power. Do not add any additional power
supply.
This chartplotter can connect to an engine network on your boat
to read data from compatible devices such as certain engines.
The engine network follows a standard and uses proprietary
messages.
You should connect only one chartplotter to one engine network.
Connecting more than one chartplotter to one engine network
may result in unexpected behavior.
The port labeled J1939 is used to connect the device to the
existing engine network. You must route the cable within 6 m
(20 ft.) of the engine network backbone.
The Garmin GPSMAP J1939 accessory cable requires
connection to a power source and proper termination. For more
information on connecting to your engine network, see the
manufacturer's engine documentation.
Pin
À
Á
Â
Ã
Ä
Wire Color
Description
Bare
Shield
Red
Power, positive
Black
Power, negative
White
CAN High
Blue
CAN Low
Specifications
Specifications
Specification
Measurement
Dimensions (W × H × D)
330 × 226 × 79 mm (13 × 8.9 ×
3.1 in.)
Clearance to nearest obstruction 95 mm (33/4 in.)
Weight
2.72 kg (6 lbs)
Display size (W × H)
262 × 163 mm (10.3 × 6.4 in.)
Display type
WXGA display
Display resolution
1280 x 800 pixels
Material
Die-cast aluminum and
polycarbonate plastic
GPSMAP 1222/1242 Touch chartplotter
Water rating*
IEC 60529 IPX7
GPSMAP HDMI cable (HDMI OUT)
Temperature range
From -15° to 55°C (from 5° to 131°F)
Display with an HDMI In port, such as a computer or television
Input voltage
From 10 to 32 Vdc
Dry environment, protected from moisture
Typical current draw at 10 Vdc
3.5 A
Max. power draw at 10 Vdc
36 W
Max. current draw at 12 Vdc
3.0 A
Fuse
6 A, 125 V fast-acting
NMEA 2000 LEN
2
NMEA 2000 Draw
75 mA max.
Compass-safe distance
65 cm (25.6 in.)
Item Description
À
Á
Â
Ã
Composite Video Considerations
This chartplotter allows video input from composite video
sources using the port labeled CVBS IN. When connecting
composite video, you should observe these considerations.
• The CVBS IN port uses a BNC connector. You can use a
BNC to RCA adapter to connect a composite-video source
with RCA connectors to the CVBS IN port.
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Specification
Measurement
Wireless frequency and
protocols
Wi‑Fi, ANT , and Bluetooth
technologies
2.4 GHz @ 15.26 dBm
PGN
Description
127503
AC input status (obsolete)
127504
AC output status (obsolete)
127506
DC detailed status
127507
Charger status
127509
Inverter status
128275
Distance log
129038
AIS class A position report
129039
AIS class B position report
*The device withstands incidental exposure to water of up to 1 m
for up to 30 min. For more information, go to www.garmin.com
/waterrating.
129040
AIS class B extended position report
129044
Datum
129285
Navigation: Route, waypoint information
NMEA 2000 PGN Information
129794
AIS class A static and voyage related data
Transmit and Receive
129798
AIS SAR aircraft position report
PGN
Description
129799
Radio frequency/mode/power
ISO acknowledgment
129802
AIS safety-related broadcast message
ISO request
129808
DSC call Information
ISO transport protocol: Data transfer
129809
AIS class B "CS" static data report, part A
ISO transport protocol: Connection management
129810
AIS class B "CS" static data report, part B
ISO address claimed
130313
Humidity
Commanded address
130314
Actual pressure
Request group function
130316
Temperature: Extended range
Product information
130576
Trim tab status
126998
Configuration information
130577
Direction data
127237
Heading/track control
127250
Vessel heading
127258
Magnetic variance
Type
Sentence
Description
127488
Engine parameters: Rapid update
Transmit
GPAPB
127489
Engine parameters: Dynamic
APB: Heading or track controller
(autopilot) sentence "B"
127493
Transmission parameters: Dynamic
GPBOD
127505
Fluid level
BOD: Bearing (origin to
destination)
127508
Battery status
GPBWC
BWC: Bearing and distance to
waypoint
128259
Speed: Water referenced
GPGGA
128267
Water depth
GGA: Global positioning system
fix data
129025
Position: Rapid update
GPGLL
129026
COG and SOG: Rapid update
GLL: Geographic position
(latitude and longitude)
129029
GNSS position data
GPGSA
129283
Cross track error
GSA: GNSS DOP and active
satellites
129284
Navigation data
GPGSV
GSV: GNSS satellites in view
129539
GNSS DOPs
GPRMB
RMB: Recommended minimum
navigation information
129540
GNSS satellites in view
GPRMC
130306
Wind data
RMC: Recommended minimum
specific GNSS data
130310
Environmental parameters (obsolete)
GPRTE
RTE: Routes
130311
Environmental parameters (obsolete)
GPVTG
130312
Temperature (obsolete)
VTG: Course over ground and
ground speed
GPWPL
WPL: Waypoint location
GPXTE
XTE: Cross track error
PGRME
E: Estimated error
PGRMM
M: Map datum
PGRMZ
Z: Altitude
SDDBT
DBT: Depth below transducer
SDDPT
DPT: Depth
SDMTW
MTW: Water temperature
SDVHW
VHW: Water speed and heading
DPT
Depth
DBT
Depth below transducer
MTW
Water temperature
VHW
Water speed and heading
WPL
Waypoint location
Memory card
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2 SD card slots; 32 GB max. card
size
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Max. waypoints
5,000
Max. routes
100
Max. active track points
50,000 points, 50 saved tracks
059392
059904
060160
060416
060928
065240
126208
126996
NMEA 0183 Information
Transmit
PGN
Description
126464
Transmit and receive PGN list group function
127497
Trip parameters: Engine
Receive
PGN
Description
065030
Generator average basic AC quantities (GAAC)
126992
System time
127251
Rate of turn
127257
Attitude
127498
Engine parameters: Static
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Receive
Type
Sentence
Description
DSC
Digital selective calling
information
DSE
Expanded digital selective calling
HDG
Heading, deviation, and variation
HDM
Heading, magnetic
MWD
Wind direction and speed
MDA
Meteorological composite
MWV
Wind speed and angle
VDM
AIS VHF data-link message
You can purchase complete information about National Marine
Electronics Association (NMEA) format and sentences from: NMEA,
Seven Riggs Avenue, Severna Park, MD 21146 USA (www.nmea.org)
J1939 PGN Information
The chartplotter can receive J1939 PGN sentences. The
chartplotter cannot transmit over the J1939 network.
Sentence
Description
61443
Electronic engine controller 2
61444
Electronic engine controller 1
65031
Exhaust temperature
65172
Engine auxiliary coolant
65252
Shutdown
65253
Engine hours and revolutions
65262
Engine temperature 1
65263
Engine fluid level or pressure 1
65270
Inlet or exhaust conditions 1
65271
Vehicle electrical power
65279
Water in fuel indicator
65272
Transmission fluids 1
65248
Vehicle distance
65266
Fuel economy (liquid)
65276
Dash display
65226
Active diagnostic trouble codes
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