Raymarine Micro-Talk Puck - Micronet to SeatalkNG Gateway

Raymarine Micro-Talk Puck - Micronet to SeatalkNG Gateway

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Raymarine’s new Micro-Talk Wireless Performance Sailing Gateway seamlessly joins together wired and wireless systems enabling you to achieve all-new levels of high performance sailing!.

The innovative Micro-Talk Gateway can be mounted anywhere onboard and plugs into the boat’s SeaTalkng network. It allows high speed transmission of data such as wind angle, wind speed, depth, boat speed, temperature, heading, GPS data, time, date and navigation information between Raymarine and Tacktick wireless instruments and traditional wired instruments, MFDs and autopilots.

The Micro-Talk Gateway allows you the flexibility to mix-and-match any combination of wired or wireless Raymarine instruments, transducers, multifunction displays and autopilots. You’ll appreciate the benefits of simple installation, seamless integration, with rugged reliability. Whether you are building a new system from scratch, or expanding an existing system, the Micro-Talk Gateway makes for a totally simple and superior integration between components.

The Wireless Advantage.

The Micro-Talk Gateway enables performance-minded sailors to take advantage of the enhanced accuracy and installation convenience offered by Raymarine’s wireless, solar-powered wind transmitter options. Now it’s possible to use these ultra-lightweight and highly accurate sensors with Raymarine i60, i70 and i70s Instrument systems. When used in conjunction with the optional Raymarine Wireless Mast Rotation Sensor, the system can also provide ultra-precise wind information onboard sailing craft with rotating masts including winged sailboats. Mast rotation angle is also transmitted to Raymarine LightHouse II (v17) Multifunction Displays.

Racing Instruments.

Hard-core racers can add an optional Raymarine Wireless Maxi display to the system and experience the benefits of automatic airflow correction. Raymarine’s patented algorithms will automatically compensate wind speed and direction values to eliminate inaccuracy from sail updraft and mast heel angle.