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UDP MQTT to Openplotter with ESP32
#21
(2020-11-11, 11:22 PM)Peter— Wrote: Looks like it must be nmea code for OpenCPN, but someone wrote that OpenCPN should soon be able to receive SignalK so I’m not going to waste my time on this before I have my system ready and hopefully by spring OpenCPN will include it.

Br, Peter

Opencpn can read signalk already, those wind sentences above seem to work  in the opencpn dashboard OK without the node red conversion, though they won't be written to the logbook.
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#22
Aaah I see there is an option to choose SignalK in OpenCPN network - I was using UDP ON 3333.

So for SignalK should I use the official SignalK network port displayed in openplotter under the network-tab, or still use port 3333?

Kind Regards,
Peter
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#23
(2020-11-12, 09:30 AM)Peter— Wrote: Aaah I see there is an option to choose SignalK in OpenCPN network - I was using UDP ON 3333.

So for SignalK should I use the official SignalK network port displayed in openplotter under the network-tab, or still use port 3333?

Kind Regards,
Peter

For opencpn on the Pi it is 10.10.10.1 , port 3000.
Your 3333 port I thing is only sending data to signalk, opencpn gets the data from opencpn. 

Sorry, that obscure wind comment was about another thread.
https://forum.openmarine.net/showthread.php?tid=2523
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