Question about GPS
Can i reconnect GPS receiver wires at PUCK. son pulled wires out
Yes you can. However you must see if the power cables is o.k and everything is good.try again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kna 4100 gps kenwood
Incidentally, I assume you're talking about the Kenwood KNA-DV4100? Also, I assume this unit has come into your hands through legitimate sources. It is NOT an accusation when I mention that electronic equipment absent of an operator manual CAN have dubious origins. Again, this is NOT an accusation. Rather, it's always good to know where such a unit came from. When an owner's manual is missing, it raises a flag - unless, of course, you know and trust the person selling it to you. At any rate, you can simply download a manual at Kenwood's website, below. Simply copy-and-paste into your internet browser's address bar: http://www.kenwoodusa.com/support/simple.aspx?men=2&M2=69
Posted on Jul 24, 2007
I have the connection diagram for the GPS unit below. It should be simple to wire up. You will need a USB to RS-232 converter, which is available in a number of computer shops/Radio Shack.
Hope this helps you out,
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
SOURCE: wiring of seatalk instruments
OK, you are confused.
Seatalk is a bus system, using 3 wires , (power +, power-, and Data.) red, bare and yellow repectively. So Red and Bare are 12V and ground. Since the 125 shows a green light, it is getting power and outputting data. but is it seatalk??
to make a 125 Seatalk, you must hook red and green together to 12 V, so check that first. if green is grounded or not connected, that is the problem (or one of them)
Next divide system to its' simplest terms, so hook the GPS straight to the display ST60, and see if it works red to rd, yell to yell and bare to bare (sometimes black) One by one hook the others into the chain until they all work or failed device takes down Seatalk network. If you are missing 12V on a seatalk leg, check 5A fuse in course computer. If you have a pilot, you have a course computer, unless it is ST4000 wheel pilot, and then the brain is the display (course computer is built in to ST4000 display)
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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