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getting nmea0183 from a NASAMarine Duet
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I'm quite sure that it outputs only "real" N2K via the CAN interface.
Maybe just get in contact with him to add some NMEA0183 output on the serial (USB) line (should be fairly straight formward).
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(2023-05-02, 05:19 PM)wellenvogel Wrote: I'm quite sure that it outputs only "real" N2K via the CAN interface.
Maybe just get in contact with him to add some NMEA0183 output on the serial (USB) line (should be fairly straight formward).

I contacted the guy who wrote the ClipperDuet2N2K and his response is that the NMEA2000 data is forwarded to the USB/serial port in Activesense format, so SignalK will be bale to deal with it.

I am waiting for the ESP32 dev board to ne delivered so I can play with it, connect it to a RasPi running OpenPlotter to see what happens.

I will update once I have more news.

Yiannis
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(2023-05-04, 04:51 PM)yiannis Wrote:
(2023-05-02, 05:19 PM)wellenvogel Wrote: I'm quite sure that it outputs only "real" N2K via the CAN interface.
Maybe just get in contact with him to add some NMEA0183 output on the serial (USB) line (should be fairly straight formward).

I contacted the guy who wrote the ClipperDuet2N2K and his response is that the NMEA2000 data is forwarded to the USB/serial port in Activesense format, so SignalK will be bale to deal with it.

I am waiting for the ESP32 dev board to ne delivered so I can play with it, connect it to a RasPi running OpenPlotter to see what happens.

I will update once I have more news.

Yiannis

Hi yiannis, I wonder if you have made any progress on this...I'm about to start pulling together the kit to build this
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#14
Delighted to report that this project works a treat and I now have NASA Clipper Duet Speed and Depth in to SignalK. 

https://github.com/speters/ClipperDuet2N2k

Some newbie errors on my part Blush and so thanks to Sonke who built this for getting me through those.
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