Tag Archives: AIS transponder

Silent mode for AIS transponder

Is it possible to turn off an AIS transponder emission and use it just as a receiver?

Yes, it is possible, our new AIS class A and AIS class B transponders incorporate this feature. Just get in touch with us and we will advice you on the best model, or check out our on-line store:

Buy AIS receiver and AIS transponder

Buy your marine electronics equipment in aisnautica.com the on-line shop selling AIS receivers and AIS transponders

A complete AIS solution for your yacht, transponder and display from Vesper Marine

In the on-line store for AIS nautical products AISnautica.com you can find the new Vesper Marine AIS class B wifi enabled transponder and the display.

AIS class B transponder Vesper Marine X8000 and Watchmate 670 display

AIS class B transponder Vesper Marine X8000 and Watchmate 670 display

You can buy them separately from AISnautica.com on-line store:

Any doubt, please get in touch with us

How to connect a Northstar Explorer, Standard Horizon, Hummingbird plotters to an AIS transponder

Thanks to the NMEA-2000 and NMEA-0183 standards, it is easy to plug a class B True Heading AIS Transponder with a Northstar Explorer, Standard Horizon or Hummingbird plotter.

In this pdf you will find the diagram explaining how to connect the AIS transceiver to a Northstar Explorer, Standard Horizon or Hummingbird series plotter.

Please let us know any feedback or comments you may have. This guide is specific for the True Heading class B AIS transponder CTRX Graphene.

How to connect a Simrad plotter to an AIS transponder

Thanks to the NMEA-2000 and NMEA-0183 standards, it is easy to plug a class B True Heading AIS Transponder with a Simrad NSE 8 & 12, NSS 7 & 8 radar and plotter.

In this pdf you will find the diagram explaining how to connect the AIS transceiver to a Simrad NSE 8 & 12, NSS 7 & 8 plotter.

Please let us know any feedback or comments you may have. This guide is specific for the True Heading class B AIS transponder CTRX Graphene.

How to connect a Furuno plotter to an AIS transponder

Thanks to the NMEA-2000 and NMEA-0183 standards, it is easy to plug a class B True Heading AIS Transponder with a Furuno MFD 8, 12 and Black Box plotter.

In this pdf you will find the diagram explaining how to connect the AIS transceiver to a Furuno MFD 8, 12 and Black Box plotter.

Please let us know any feedback or comments you may have. This guide is specific for the True Heading class B AIS transponder CTRX Graphene.

How to connect a B&G Zeus plotter to an AIS transponder

Thanks to the NMEA-2000 and NMEA-0183 standards, it is easy to plug a class B True Heading AIS Transponder with a B&G Zeus plotter.

In this pdf you will find the diagram explaining how to connect the AIS transceiver to a B&G Zeus plotter.

Please let us know any feedback or comments you may have. This guide is specific for the True Heading class B AIS transponder CTRX Graphene.

How to connect a Raymarine A, C, E, G series plotter to an AIS class B Transponder

Thanks to the NMEA-2000 and NMEA-0183 standards, it is easy to plug a class B True Heading AIS Transponder with a Raymarine plotter class A, C, E or G.

In this pdf you will find the diagram explaining how to connect the AIS transceiver to a Raymarine plotter.

Please let us know any feedback or comments you may have. This guide is specific for the True Heading class B AIS transponder CTRX Graphene.

Reprogram AIS transponder with new MMSI ProAIS

Why do you need an MMSI for AIS?

All AIS equipment has to be programmed with the accurate MMSI (Maritime Mobile Service Identity) which is the unique identifier that Maritime Authorities worldwide award to each vessel that requires it, be it for regulatory requirement or voluntary request.

In the case of AIS class B equipment, many yachts already have an MMSI because it is needed to get the Call sign for the VHF radio.

AIS transponder CTRX Graphene from True Heading, distributed by atlantic-source.com

AIS transponder CTRX Graphene from True Heading, distributed by atlantic-source.com

How to reprogram an AIS transponder and change the MMSI?

Normally reprogramming an AIS transponder require that you contact a certified authorised dealer. Because it is highly sensitive information, it is not a simple task.

If you have a TRUE HEADING CTRX transponder, we can reprogram it for you. Just contact us here, this is a service that we provide.