29 May 2017
ShipModul just completed a major upgrade of V.2.0.6 MiniPlex-3 firmware. Once installed in the MiniPlex-3-N2K, it becomes a certified product NMEA2000®. To perform this update, it is imperative to download and install the new … Continue reading
16 September 2016
The manufacturer ShipModul just put for download on his web site two major updates of its multiplexer Miniplex-3 :
Firmware Miniplex-3 V.1.17
Firmware Wireless V.1.4
Two update files, featured with a procedure (in English), sont packagés … Continue reading
6 th July 2015
In my old tutorial video iNavX No. 2 – Advanced features", I explained (minute 15'45 '') how connect Wi - Fi on an iPhone iNavX MacENC on a Mac using the TCP/IP protocol.
However, for Mac beginners, where those of you still … Continue reading
6 June, 2015
It knows already the principle allowing to send NMEA data from MacENC to iNavX on iPhone or iPad (¹), hence to use boats instruments connected to the Mac to provide location for iNavX.
The opposite is also available. The GPS2IP application, … Continue reading
17 June, 2011
comments Off Connect to a wireless instruments with the iPad SeaMate 1A Lite
In the spring 2008, Mølgaard Marine House Company has designed one of the first multiplexers WiFi for connecting the pleasure of navigation instruments and an AIS to an embedded computer. If this product is still available today, the … Continue reading
10 April 2011
iNavX can connect, since version 3.1.7 from 11 october 2010, AIS data to the server SiiTech I mentioned in a previous post (¹). The advantage of this service remained questionable in France because of the low … Continue reading
19 th 2011
During a weekend of January a little sad, we joined the port of L'Herbaudière, Isle of Noirmoutier, via the picturesque Gois passage at low tide.
We, that is to say, a boating journalist, my wife and myself.
Greeted by two “natural” from … Continue reading
7 August 2010
comments Off on MacENC, iNavX and TCP / IP
Despite the online Help iNavX and various tutorials on the subject, a lot of requests received and complexity of subject imposed on me a quick explanation.
The TCP/IP protocol
TCP / IP stands for "Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol" and is pronounced “T-C-P-I-P”.
TCP / IP is a protocol … Continue reading