Question about Furuno Navnet 1732 GPS Receiver
I am trying to connect my Furuno 1732 to my PC to be able to utilize Offshore Navigator Lite. I am not getting any GPS data to the PC. Is there a driver that I need to download to the PC to allow this to work?
Assuming you have GPS input to your 1732 (i.e. GP310/320 sensor), you'll need a 7 pin NMEA data cable (000-154-028) wired to a D-sub 9 pin (serial) plug. The shield goes to pin 5, blue to #3, & white to #2. Jumper pins 7 & 8 together. The 7 pin cable goes to Data port 3 of the 1732.
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