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SeaTalk Alarm is a small device that monitors a SeaTalk(R) network, different devices on a SeaTalk network , it monitors different alarm conditions and sets off an alarm when certain conditions appear.

The main functions are

  • Produce an unmistakable alarm when a SeaTalk instrument produces a warning or alarm.
  • Monitor the SeaTalk instruments and set off an alarm if an instrument - or the whole SeaTalk network - should break.

SeaNet Alarm provides

  • Remote alarm for ST40, ST50, ST60 depth & wind instruments
  • Remote alarm for autopilots
  • Remote alarm for SL,RL,C and E series radar
  • Built in alarm clock - wake up singelhanded sailor
  • Built in SeaTalk network surveillance and alarm if network stops sending data
  • SeaTalk instrument surveillance and alarm if instrument stops sending data
  • Monitors up to 10 alarms simultaniously
  • Solid state switch with short-circuit and overload protection
  • Pushbutton for alarm acknowledge and special functions
  • LED's to visualize alarm source
  • Galvanic isolation between SeaTalk network and alarm voltage
  • Powers supply and alarm power independent from SeaTalk network
  • Configuration via USB connection to PC and configuration software.

(R) SeaTalk is Reg. Trademark of Raymarine Inc. www.raymarine.com


SeaTalk Instruments are normally installed in the cockpit of your vessel.

The built in alarms are not loud enough to be heard by the crew inside a vessel or to wake up sleeping crew members.

So even with anchor alarm activated, it is not sure that the crew will wake up if the anchor is dragging.

Single handed skippers often get too little sleep and need a loud warning if depth, windspeed or radar indicates a dangerous situation. They usually also want to be waked up every half hour or hour in order to check if everything is all right.

It's easy to miss an instrument beep while sitting on the chart table while the engine is running.

It's easy to miss a radar beep, when the radar is mounted at the chart table and you are at the helm.

If an instrument should break, without the SeaNet Alarm it might take a long time before the failure is noticed. Maybe the boat operator would rely on a device that that isn't functioning any more.

There is clearly a need for loud sound or an optical alarm, that makes you aware of possible dangers and instruments failure.

With the SeaNet Alarm this needs can be filled in an easy and economic way.

When an alarm condition is recogniced, SeaNet Alarm activates a switch that can activate a powerfull external alarm and/or switch an optical alarm.

Alarms can be triggered by :

  • Internal “wake-up” timer → internally generated
  • SeaTalk network failure → internally generated
  • Shallow water alarm → from depth instrument
  • Anchor alarm → from depth instrument
  • Transducer defective → from depth instrument
  • High & low windspeed alarm → from wind instrument
  • Wind angle high & low alarm → from wind instrument
  • Windshift → from autopilot
  • Off course & drive stopped & auto release alarm → from autopilot
  • Object in guard band 1&2 → from radar
  • MOB Alarm → from instrument
  • Instrument failure → internally generated

Alarms can be switched on/off individually.
A unique alarm sound pattern can be assigned to the different alarms – so that the user can “hear” what caused the alarm.

For further details please visit your SeaNet Alarm Project page. or download the MANUAL

There is also a forum for news and discussions about SeaNetAlarm click here for the forum

Before ordering - Please download the manual. We want to make sure that you get what you need

Items in stock : 10
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 26 March, 2009.
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Apparently this did not ever make it into a product. I'd still be interested in one, so any other advice or pointers? Thanks, Harri

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Hi, Is the true wind calculation based on STW or SOG, or is it configurable? I'd prefer SOG if present. Thanks, Harri

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NMEA to WiFi Adapter (network udp & tcp)

Hello, I have developed a NMEAtoWiFi adapter. [img:3e151e495f]http://dg5lm.darc.de/Bilder/IMG_7555_1.JPG[/img:3e151e495f] By using this adapter you can connect your notebook for plotting and navigation and additional devices like tablet or smartphone to your existing NMEA source at the same time. No need for cable splitting... The device can act as an accespoint or can be connected to an existing WiFi network on your boat. I have successfully tested connection to NV ChartNavigator and OpenCPN on notebook and android smartphones. Combined NMEA data (AIS & GPS) came from the Lowrance LINK-8 and were transmitted by TCP network to the NV ChartNavigator. On android tablet and android smartphone you can use the builtin UDP connection to get data from NMEAtoWiFi adapter. regards prillo[/url]

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Hi Frank, I uploaded the new versions of the config tool v1.14 and firmware V2.8. Everything works perfectly well, especially the "true wind" data are now being sent over NMEA ports. Thank you very much for this great work. Best rregards Pierre

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Ok Frank, thank you very much for this update. As you saw it on the shema of my installation on board, the multiplexer is very solicited too. So it is with pleasure that I will report to you on the operation of the multiplexer. Best regards. Pierre

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New Firmware V2.4 and new config tool V1.13

Hi Pierre - and everybody else how might be interested. I just uploaded a new package to our download section. It contains * latest Firmware V2.4 * new config tool V1.13 - With this firmware and config tool, you can configure to which port you could like to have sent true-wind data calculated by the multiplexer. - This firmware also contains some bugfixes for problems we found over the last weeks. A user from the far north :) really help us a lot to find and fix problems that could arise when the multiplexer is operated at its limits. He used all 4 Ports + SeaTalk, some ports set to 38400 Baud and others with just 4800 Baud. In this situation it could come to data corruption due to buffer overflow. - Since I don't have a NMEA wind instrument for testing, maybe you could test it give a short feedback, so that I know if it works as expected. Thank you and best regards Frank

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Ok thank you very much Frank. I will now stop scratching my head :lol: And I look forward to updating the firmware. My best regards. Pierre

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Hallo again you also asked :
Another question : could you tell me if Seatalk sentences coming up from my tiller (pilot RAYMARINE ST2000+) are processed by the multiplexer in order to have a remote control on the pilot from the chart plotter (PC using OPENCPN).
The multiplexer does receive compass data from the ST2000. I know that from the time when I tested my first SeaTalk Nmea Bridge with a ST2000+ Regarding the "remote control" - What you can do is make a waypoint ( or a route with several waypoints ) in OpenCPN and send that waypoint to the ST2000+. It will than steer the boat to that waypoint. OpenCPN sends waypoint-name, distance, direction and cross track error via NMEA to the multiplexer and the multiplexer forwards that data to the seatalk bus. The manual says :
In Track mode, the tiller pilot maintains a track between waypoints created on a navigation system. The tiller pilot computes any course changes to keep your boat on track, automatically compensating for tidal streams and leeway. To operate in Track mode, the tiller pilot must receive cross track error information from either: Bring the boat to within 0.1 nm of track. 2. Press auto. 3. Press -10 and +10 together to enter Track mode. 4. An alarm will sound and the display will alternate between: • the bearing to waypoint, and • the direction the boat will turn to take up the new track
That should work. I never tried it with a ST2000+ myself, but I tried it with other autopilots, and I'm pretty sure it will work with the ST2000+ as well. Of course you have to make sure, that "sending data to seatalk" is enabled. ( See config tool ) Best regards Frank

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Perfect !! That's the kind of problem that would have been relay hard to find from here. I'm glad you could sove it. Best regards Frank

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