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Raymarine YachtSense Link

  • By Jim Hendricks
  • May 4, 2022

YachtSense Link joins digital switching and MFDs

Remote app-based boat-monitoring and control technology is a rapidly expanding segment of the marine electronics market. One of the latest to join is Raymarine with its YachtSense Link system that networks with the company’s digital-switching system and Axiom multifunction displays. Raymarine calls this integrated network the YachtSense Ecosystem, but it’s the YachtSense Link combined with the new Raymarine mobile app that lets boaters monitor and control onboard systems 24/7 from anywhere in the world.

YachtSense Link keeps boaters connected via a 4G LTE cellular plan of their choosing or via Wi-Fi (such as the signal you might pick up in a ­marina). It switches automatically between the two depending on which is strongest. You can use the app to switch on and off—and monitor—up to four low-voltage devices, such as pumps and lights. It also connects to Raymarine’s Axiom multifunction displays for onboard monitoring and control. The waterproof YachtSense Link measures 9.53 inches wide by 6.39 inches tall by 2.48 inches deep (excluding antennas). It can also serve as an ­onboard 4G hotspot.

Raymarine’s Ecosystem expands control and ­monitoring by integrating YachtSense Link with the YachtSense digital-­switching system. This allows for control of more devices and enables the switching of higher-­voltage accessories, such as generators and air conditioning. The Ecosystem is available only as an option on new boats.

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The mobile app also offers a Raymarine premium subscription ($19.99 per month) that allows boaters to set up a geofence around their boat, monitor the boat’s location remotely, and receive alerts if the boat moves outside a defined geofence circle.

Raymarine’s mobile app is available as a free download for Android and Apple devices. The YachtSense Link ­marine mobile router sells for $1,299.99 and includes a complimentary six-month trial of the premium subscription. To learn more, visit raymarine.com/yachtsense .

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PREVIEW FOR Q1 2022 YACHTSENSE ECOSYSTEM

Your smart home on the water.

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THE YACHTSENSE ECOSYSTEM™

The new YachtSense Ecosystem enables complete onboard and offboard integration with all devices connected to the boats network.

An installed system assures captains and boat owners of the readiness of their vessel prior to, during and after their voyage. They are always connected to the boat. Voyage preparations can begin before leaving home, and whilst onboard everyone can enjoy the same connectivity.

YachtSense Ecosystem Components

Three levels of independent connectivity.

Announcing Raymarine App - Level 1 Connectivity | Marine Electronics by Raymarine

LEVEL 1: MOBILE COMMAND

Announcing raymarine app.

The new Raymarine® App can operate independently of YachtSense Link and YachtSense Digital Control System. The app connects directly to Axiom® multifunction displays to command and control the displays, and to back up waypoints and other data.

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LEVEL 2: ON / OFF BOAT CONNECTIVITY

Announcing yachtsense link.

A fully marinized network router with 4G mobile broadband, the New YachtSense Link allows remote connection to NMEA 2k devices and premium features such as Geofencing. With a built-in GPS sensor and dual SIM card slots, YachtSense Link combines dockside Wi-Fi, onboard Wi-Fi, Raynet Ethernet, and 4G mobile broadband into a unified onboard network.

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LEVEL 3: YOUR SMART HOME ON THE WATER

Yachtsense digital control system.

YachtSense™ represents the future of vessel automation for boat builders and technical installers. Scalable, configurable and with three levels of redundancy YachtSense is the first choice for a vessels digital switching solution.

Level 1: Moblie Command

Raymarine app, command & control.

Stream and control any Axiom display from your phone or tablet from anywhere onboard.

Secure File Transfer

Backup data such as waypoints, tracks and photos to your mobile device

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Level 2: On & Off Boat Connectivity

New yachtsense link.

NEW YachtSense Link - Marine Mobile Router | Marine Electronics by Raymarine

Marine Mobile Router

Fully marinized network router Shock, vibration and moisture resistant 4G Compatible with Dual global SIM Card slots 4 Raynet Ethernet ports SeaTalkng/NMEA2000 port 4x Input and Output digital switching channels

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Always Connected

Connect Raymarine equipment, tablets, smart TVs, and other wireless devices to a unified onboard Wi-Fi network with 4G mobile broadband.

Remote Monitoring

Raymarine Geofence alerts and notifications if your vessel moves in or outside a safety zone.

Stay Informed

Connect and view real time instrument and navigation data. On board or remotely.

Level 3: Your Smart Home on The Water

Total on and offboat command of the vessel's electrical devices connects to yachtsense digital control modules.

YachtSense Digital Control System | Marine Electronics by Raymarine

Unique modular system architecture gives boat builders the freedom to design and standardize on a digital control solution that can scale across an entire model range.

YachtSense™ bespoke Axiom user interface options empowers boat builders to create a modern and elegant vessel automation solution. YachtSense gives captains total control from the helm or their mobile device.

Scalable Modern Vessel Automation

Total command of the vessel’s electrical systems. Lighting, pumps, hydraulics, and HVAC systems can all be integrated with control from the helm or remotely.

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Raymarine YachtSense Ecosystem: A 'Smart Home' Experience on the Water

Wednesday, February 16, 2022 | YachtingJournal

Raymarine unveiled its YachtSense Ecosystem, an onboard and remote monitoring solution designed to give boaters effortless control of their Raymarine equipment and vessel systems from their mobile device. 

The YachtSense Ecosystem begins with the new Raymarine mobile app, a digital companion for Raymarine owners designed to provide simple onboard and off-boat integration capabilities. Enabling the YachtSense Ecosystem is the new YachtSense Link marine mobile router. YachtSense Link is an innovative device designed to keep boaters connected through 4G/LTE broadband, local Wi-Fi networks, and seamless integration with Raymarine devices. With the Raymarine app and YachtSense Link, boaters can remotely monitor critical onboard systems, control electrical devices, and sync with Raymarine navigation systems while underway.

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The connected companion for Raymarine owners, the Raymarine app for iOS and Android devices, is the central point for integrating with the YachtSense Ecosystem and Axiom displays. The Raymarine mobile app allows boaters to onboard new devices, set up and modify their vessel profile, and backup and transfer waypoints and other data. With the Raymarine mobile app, boaters can also monitor instruments and NMEA2000 sensors, receive alerts, and view engine telemetry from their phone or tablet. The Raymarine mobile app also transforms a mobile device into a full-function Axiom remote station, allowing users to stream and control Chartplotters from anywhere onboard.

The Raymarine mobile app offers a Raymarine Premium subscription that allows boaters to monitor their boat from home and set up a high-resolution geofence around their boat.

  • YachtSense Link is a marinized marine mobile router equipped with Raynet Ethernet ports, mobile broadband connectivity, onboard Wi-Fi, and low-voltage digital switching/monitoring channels. YachtSense Link allows boaters to connect Raymarine Axiom displays, mobile devices, and other wireless devices like smart TVs to local marina Wi-Fi and create a unified, onboard Wi-Fi network. YachtSense Links keeps boaters always connected with 4G (LTE) connectivity. YachtSense Link supports dual SIM cards and allows seamless connectivity across two mobile networks when traveling internationally. Additionally, YachtSense Link integrates with the Raymarine mobile app to provide captains with complete access to their Raymarine network and equipment on any mobile device.
  • YachtSense Digital Control System: The YachtSense Ecosystem brings sophisticated smart home mobile connectivity to Raymarine’s award-winning YachtSense digital control system. With YachtSense Link and YachtSense Digital Control, boaters can remotely control and monitor multiple electrical devices. Activate bilge pumps, control lighting, monitor tanks, and fuel levels; it’s all possible with the Raymarine mobile app and YachtSense Ecosystem.                        
  • Pricing:  The Raymarine mobile app is available as a free download from iOS and Google play store. The new YachtSense Link marine mobile router is available now for $1299. For YachtSense Link users, a complimentary six-month trial of Raymarine Premium remote monitoring is available. After the trial period, Raymarine Premium subscriptions cost $19.99 per month, $110 for six months, or $200 annually.

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Raymarine Unveils Remote Monitoring and Control Solution for Boats

· Published February 16, 2022 · Updated February 16, 2022

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New YachtSense Ecosystem Delivers a Smart Home Experience on the Water

Fareham, UK. February 16th, 2022 -Today Raymarine unveiled its YachtSense Ecosystem, an onboard and remote monitoring solution that gives boaters effortless control of their Raymarine equipment and vessel systems from their mobile device. The YachtSense Ecosystem begins with the new Raymarine mobile app, a digital companion for Raymarine owners that provides simple onboard and off-boat integration capabilities. Enabling the YachtSense Ecosystem is the new YachtSense Link marine mobile router. YachtSense Link is an innovative device designed to keep boaters connected through 4G/LTE broadband, local Wi-Fi networks, and seamless integration with Raymarine devices. With the Raymarine app and YachtSense Link, boaters can remotely monitor critical onboard systems, control electrical devices, and sync with Raymarine navigation systems while underway.

The new Raymarinemobile app

The connected companion for Raymarine owners, the Raymarine app for iOS and Android devices, is the central point for integrating with the YachtSense Ecosystem and Axiom displays. The Raymarine mobile app allows boaters to easily onboard new devices, set up and modify their vessel profile, and backup and transfer waypoints and other data. With the Raymarine mobile app, boaters can also monitor instruments and NMEA2000 sensors, receive alerts, and view engine telemetry from their phone or tablet.

The Raymarine mobile app also transforms a mobile device into a full-function Axiom remote station, allowing users to stream and control Chartplotters from anywhere onboard. The Raymarine mobile app offers a Raymarine Premium subscription that allows boaters to monitor their boat from home and set up a high-resolution geofence around their boat. The Raymarine Premium geofence gives boaters peace of mind, allowing them to monitor the boat’s location remotely and receive alerts if the boat moves outside a defined geofence circle.

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YachtSense Link Marine Router

YachtSense Link is a marinized marine mobile router equipped with Raynet Ethernet ports, mobile broadband connectivity, onboard Wi-Fi, and low-voltage digital switching/monitoring channels. YachtSense Link allows boaters to connect Raymarine Axiom displays, mobile devices, and other wireless devices like smart TVs to local marina Wi-Fi and create a unified, onboard Wi-Fi network. YachtSense Links keeps boaters always connected with 4G (LTE) connectivity. YachtSense Link supports dual SIM cards and allows seamless connectivity across two mobile networks when traveling internationally. Additionally, YachtSense Link integrates with the Raymarine mobile app to provide captains with complete access to their Raymarine network and equipment on any mobile device.

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YachtSense Digital Control System

The YachtSense Ecosystem brings sophisticated smart home mobile connectivity to Raymarine’s award-winning YachtSense digital control system. With YachtSense Link and YachtSense Digital Control, boaters can remotely control and monitor multiple electrical devices. Activate bilge pumps, control lighting, monitor tanks, and fuel levels; it’s all possible with the Raymarine mobile app and YachtSense Ecosystem.

“Our YachtSense Ecosystem offers a connected boating solution for every boater,” says Gregoire Outters, VP and General Manager of Raymarine. “OurAxiom owners can take advantage of the new Raymarine app, and the YachtSense Link router will keep them connected with the security of remote vessel monitoring. And for our OEM boat builder partners, the YachtSense Ecosystem is a comprehensive and bespoke digital control solution offering new boat owners seamless onboard and off boat control and monitoring.”

The Raymarine mobile app is available as a free download from iOS and Google play store. The new YachtSense Link marine mobile router is available now for $1299.99USD / €1,295.00. For YachtSense Link users, a complimentary six-month trial of Raymarine Premium remote monitoring is available. After the trial period, Raymarine Premium subscriptions cost $19.99 per month, $110 for six months, or $200 annually. Learn more about YachtSense Ecosystem by visiting raymarine.com .

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Ben Ellison

I think that the YachtSense Link router is one of the most interesting new major brand marine electronics products to come along in a while. Obviously it can do a lot of monitoring with its built-in GPS, NMEA 2000 connection, 4 digital switching channels, and — if the boat has it — a close relationship to YachtSense digital switching.

But less obvious in the press release is how it can provide a boat with a general use internet connection via cellular or onshore WiFi, even switch back and forth between the two automatically. And those are purportedly high-performance connections as the router comes with a 4-in-one outside antenna.

So there will soon be Raymarine equipped vessels with lots of connectivity for both monitoring and onboard use, but no third-party boat router, WiFi booster, cell router etc. Hasn’t Ray come up with a very appealing innovation?

Note that the new Raymarine app is not yet up for iOS or Android, but it seems to combine the abilities of the current RayControl and RayConnect apps, and will work directly with Axiom MFD WiFi. But it will also have the various monitoring abilities if connected to the Link router.

What the app apparently won’t do is enable route making on your mobile device with sync to the nav system. But Ray hinted that they will have solution for this in the future.

Also, I just noticed that the “dock” WiFi side of the Link router is dual band and the dual sim cell radio supports 2G, 3G, and 4G LTE, WCDMA, and GSM. Sounds good but I look forward to comments by Ben Stein who may get to see one in action today.

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Interestingly, the Garmin GTB-10 OnDeck hub released a year ago has the majority of these features, control ability etc but does not allow Internet routing…

Hopefully Garmin see this and add the missing “In boat WiFi routing” functionality into their box?

Right, but I think that a major difference is that Garmin supplies the cell connectivity with their monitoring subscription while Raymarine does not. So while Garmin could probably allow OnDeck to do general internet connectivity, they’d either have to offer data plans or let the owner supply their own SIM card.

Ben Stein didn’t get into this in his OnDeck review but I’ll bet he’s asking about it:

https://panbo.com/garmin-ondeck-potential-aplenty-with-room-for-improvement/

If Ben Stein has the ear of a Garmin Tech rep in Miami here are a few “gaps” that would place the Ondeck functionaility well above Raymarine, Siren etc…

Configure the GTB-10 wifi router to work with AC and mobile devices directly while onboard, without the Garmin MFD powered ON (powersaving mode), AND without cellphone signal! Currently this does not work.

Configure Fusion airplay with GTB-10 wifi only, Garmin MFD switched off to save power. Currently the MFD needs to be on for Airplay to work which is crazy as the MFD does not provide the wifi AP.

Configure AC and the GTB-10 for low power useage “anchor drag” alerts with Garmin MFD OFF. , i.e position changes in the order of 50-100ft, not the current 304ft (100m) minimum for geolocation monitoring. Yes, the MFD can do this, but the GTB-10 and Iphone combo on wifi uses much less battery power and better alerting tech while sleeping etc.

Configure esim/Subscription to allow the Garmin Network created by the GTB-10 to route normal internet traffic to non garmin devices like phones etc. This would allow the GTB-10 to be the Boat Hub…

Definitely need the GTB-10 AP to work on wifi5 standards, not just wifi4, preferably wifi6…for all local and subnet devices on the boats network. Either that, or get with Peplink and allow a device like the new Pepwave Pro 5G with external antenas etc to be the primary AP/Router with the garmin equipment in client mode.

If Garmin implemented these fairly simple ideas, they would have the best boat comms/data hub/monitoring/remote control system by a long shot….

Thanks Ryan

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I am a big fan of Raymarine, but as an Expert Network Engineer … so far, from what I can understand, this new router, is anything but new.

1) It doesn’t seem to have any option for wired WAN connection to upstream devices on the yacht, like a future starlink service or other service 2) The onboard wifi for the LAN is only 2.4Ghz … that is a huge problem with me, because if you know 2.4Ghz WIFI, there is only 3 usable channels. This is causing major issues in densely packed areas such a townhomes and apartment buildings where neighbors all interfere with each other in the 2.4Ghz range. Guess what, a busy marina is eventually going to have the same issues, if not already. Sure out on the hook, your wifi will be fine. But if you are using your Wifi on your phone or tablet for navigation as you come close to the marina, where you need it the most, it may loose connectivity. 3) Modern WIFI is now the 5GHz and even 6Ghz (in the latest 6Pe 802.11 standard), which gives many more channels, which solves the 2.4Ghz problem, and also higher bandwidth (which MIMO combines channels). At least the WAN side of this router it does look to support 5Ghz, but that does bring up the question, why doesn’t the LAN side? 4) Which leads me back to wired ethernet, it is always better than wireless for critical applications. Which is good that they have more wired RAYNET ports (but I believe they are 10/100, like the most on the RAYNET switch, vice 1Gig or even 2.5Gig+ ports which are already the norm and quickly becoming the norm, respectively, in modern networks. [A 5 or 8 port “dumb” Gig Ethernet switch cost $20 or $30.]) 5) Time will tell what advanced features can be built into this router that might make it compelling still … whether some basic routing, port-forwarding, NAT/PAT, fire-walling, etc. … that will make it work better with IOT devices added to the Raymarine Ethernet network, or the boat wifi network. Without NAT and a good firewall, I would be concerned to put a RAYNET or NMEA2000 network online, and expose it to an IOT hacker. 6) I do commend Raymarine for supporting non-rarymarine IP cameras and other IOT connectivity (NETFLIX, etc.). (My wish is to let the same cameras used for Augmented Reality to connect to a network attached storage device (NAS) for Network Video Recording (NVR) … Which would be possible if static routing was implemented from a RAYNET subnet to another subnet onboard without using the “master” MFD. This would allow for so many things, like recording docking, events, security cameras, etc..)

I was really hoping for Raymarine to create an incredible router, maybe version 2 might have some more of what I am looking for.

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We are finishing an install for Raymarine on the boat so this is timely. Not sure if this is right for us or Siren. We like the Siren’s ability to semi-affordably work with Satellite to ping our InReach when we are off the boat exploring remote areas on foot/bike.

The puzzling thing here is Seatalk NG when the Axioms switched to normal N2K Devicenet Micro connectors. RayControl has a 2.4 star rating on the App Store.

It’s also hard to think of anything like this turning the boat into a smart home if it doesn’t work with HomeKit/Google Home/Alexa/Matter. Smart home is about automation, not just about being able to turn things on/off on my phone.

Speaking of phone apps – Raymarine needs to learn how to make one before I buy a piece of equipment that requires a phone to make it work.

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Table of Contents

Troubleshooting, chapter 1 important information.

  • Product Modifications
  • RF Exposure
  • Ghz Wi-Fi Band
  • Compliance Statement (Part 15.19)
  • FCC Interference Statement (Part 15.105 (B))
  • Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED)
  • Innovation, Sciences Et Développement Économique Canada (Français)
  • Declaration of Conformity
  • IMO and SOLAS
  • Yachtsense Link Router Account Transfer / Ownership Transfer
  • Product Disposal
  • Warranty Registration
  • Technical Accuracy

Chapter 2 Document and Product Information

  • Product Documentation
  • Document Illustrations
  • Product Overview
  • Yachtsense Link System Diagram
  • Third Party Hardware with Companion Apps
  • Parts Supplied

Chapter 3 Yachtsense Ecosystem

  • Yachtsense Ecosystem
  • On Boat Features
  • Off Boat Premium Features
  • Raymarine App
  • How to Connect Guide
  • Connect to a Chartplotter Directly
  • Display Mirroring (View and Control)
  • Transferring Lighthouse Charts
  • Chartplotter File Transfer
  • Connect to Your Yachtsense Link Router
  • Data View and Channel Control
  • User Access Management
  • Boat Alerts
  • Boat Systems
  • Removing a Boat System
  • Removing a Router

Chapter 4 Installation

  • Tools Required
  • Selecting a Location
  • Warnings and Cautions
  • Yachtsense ™ Link Location Requirements
  • Wireless Location Requirements for Optimum Performance
  • Mounting Surface Requirements
  • Cable Routing Requirements
  • Electrical Interference
  • Power Supply
  • RF Interference
  • Compass Safe Distance
  • EMC Installation Guidelines
  • Suppression Ferrites
  • Connections to Other Equipment
  • 5-In-1 Antenna Location Requirements
  • Yachtsense ™ Link Product Dimensions
  • 5-In-1 Antenna Dimensions
  • Inserting SIM Cards
  • Mounting the Yachtsense ™ Link
  • Mounting the 5-In-1 Antenna

Chapter 5 Connections

  • General Cabling Guidance
  • Cable Types and Length
  • Strain Relief
  • Cable Shielding
  • Connecting Cables
  • Connections Overview
  • MFD Connections
  • Power Connection
  • In-Line Fuse and Thermal Breaker Ratings
  • Power Distribution
  • Grounding Connection
  • 5-In-1 Antenna Connections
  • Antenna Extension Kit
  • Boat Wi-Fi Antenna Connections
  • Raynet Connections
  • Seatalkng Connection
  • Input and Output Channels
  • Input Channel Connection Wiring
  • Input Channel Connections
  • Output Channel Wiring
  • Output Channel Connections

Chapter 6 Operations

  • Getting Started
  • Accessing the Web Interface from a Raymarine MFD
  • Accessing the Web Interface Using a Wired Connection
  • Accessing the Web Interface Using a Wi-Fi Connection
  • Accessing Settings Pages
  • Configuring Mobile Data
  • Connecting to an Available Wi-Fi Network
  • Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network Manually
  • Forgetting a Saved Wi-Fi Network
  • Setting up the Router's Access Point
  • Network Security
  • Connecting an Android Device to the Router's Access Point
  • Connecting an Ios Device to the Router's Wi-Fi Access Point
  • Link Your Router (Onboarding)
  • Status Page
  • Basic Settings
  • Wi-Fi Connection Page
  • Mobile Data & SIM Management Page
  • Access Point Page
  • Connected Devices Page
  • Advanced Settings
  • Ethernet Configuration Page
  • Wi-Fi Configuration Page
  • Inputs and Outputs
  • Input Channel Monitoring
  • Input Channel Configuration
  • Output Channel Control
  • Output Channel Configuration
  • Alert Notifications Page
  • Power Management Page
  • Performing a Router Software Upgrade
  • Restart & Factory Reset
  • Performing a Factory Reset to Restore Default Settings
  • Performing a Factory Reset Prior to Disposal / Change of Ownership or Account
  • Changing the Admin Password
  • Boat System and Router Removal (Offboarding)

Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

  • LED Diagnostics
  • Power up Troubleshooting
  • Wi-Fi Troubleshooting
  • Web Interface Access Troubleshooting
  • Mobile / Cellular Data Troubleshooting
  • Password Reset (Forgotten Password)
  • Performing a Network Settings Reset
  • Performing a Hard Reset

Chapter 8 Maintenance

  • Service and Maintenance
  • Routine Equipment Checks
  • Product Cleaning
  • Product Returns

Chapter 9 Technical Support

  • Raymarine Product Support and Servicing
  • Frequently Asked Questions (Faqs)
  • Learning Resources

Chapter 10 Technical Specification

  • Yachtsense Link Technical Specification
  • Power Specification
  • Environmental Specification
  • Physical Specification
  • Wireless Networks Specification

Chapter 11 Spares and Accessories

  • Spares and Accessories
  • Raynet to Raynet Cables and Connectors
  • Raynet to RJ45 Adapter Cables
  • Seatalkng ® Cables and Accessories

Appendix A Nmea 2000 Pgn Support

Appendix b document change history.

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Summary of Contents for Raymarine YachtSense Link

  • Page 1 YachtSense Link Marine 4G Router INSTALLATION & OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS English (en-US) Date: 06-2022 Document number: 81397 (Rev 5) © 2022 Raymarine UK Limited...
  • Page 3 This document does not contain export-controlled information. Publication copyright Copyright ©2022 Raymarine UK Ltd. All rights reserved. No parts of this material may be copied, translated, or transmitted (in any medium) without the prior written permission of Raymarine UK Ltd.

Page 5: Table Of Contents

  • Page 6 CHAPTER 6 OPERATIONS ............. 46 ........31 Mounting the 5-in-1 antenna .........32 Getting started ..............47 Accessing the web interface from a Raymarine CHAPTER 5 CONNECTIONS ..........33 General cabling guidance ..................47 ..........34 Accessing the web interface using a wired Cable types and length ..........34...
  • Page 7 Changing the admin password ......... 59 Basic settings ..............53 Help ..................59 Wi-Fi connection page YachtSense Link router account transfer / ...........53 ownership transfer ..............59 Mobile data & SIM management page ....53 Boat system and router removal Access point page ............54...
  • Page 8 ..........69 Routine equipment checks ......... 69 Product cleaning .............. 69 Product returns ..............69 CHAPTER 9 TECHNICAL SUPPORT ........70 Raymarine product support and servicing ....71 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) ......72 Learning resources ............72 Product returns ..............72 CHAPTER 10 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ....... 73 YachtSense Link technical specification 10.1...

Page 9: Chapter 1 Important Information

Page 10: compliance statement (part 15.19), page 11: yachtsense link router account transfer / ownership transfer, page 12: chapter 2 document and product information, page 13: product documentation, page 14: yachtsense link system diagram.

  • Page 15 YachtSense ™ Link Marine Cloud Router (supplied with grounding point fixings and protective caps fitted). 2. 4 x mounting fixings (PA 4 x 25 mm self tapping screws). 3. Documentation pack 4. 5-in-1 antenna (GNSS, Cellular, Diversity, DOCK WLAN) with 5 m (16.4 ft) cables and M20 nut and mounting gasket.

Page 16: Chapter 3 Yachtsense Ecosystem

Page 17: yachtsense ecosystem.

  • Page 18 Raymarine app connected to YachtSense ™ Link router with YachtSense ™ Digital Control System The following features are available when using the Raymarine app on a mobile device that is connected to the YachtSense ™ Link router’s Wi-Fi access point: •...

Page 19: Off Boat Premium Features

Page 20: transferring lighthouse charts, page 21: geofencing, page 22: user access management, page 23: yachtsense link router account transfer / ownership transfer, page 24: chapter 4 installation, page 25: tools required, page 26: mounting surface requirements, page 27: rf interference, page 28: connections to other equipment, page 29: 5-in-1 antenna dimensions.

  • Page 30 6. Slide the SIM card holder(s) into the locked position. 4. Ensuring correct orientation, insert your Micro SIM card(s) into the holders. SIM 1 slides to the right and SIM 2 slides to the left. 7. Close the SIM card door, ensuring that it is correctly seated all the way around the edge.

Page 31: Mounting The Yachtsense ™ Link

Page 32: mounting the 5-in-1 antenna, page 33: chapter 5 connections, page 34: general cabling guidance, page 35: connections overview, page 36: yachtsense ecosystem, page 37: in-line fuse and thermal breaker ratings.

  • Page 38 • If the power cable is NOT supplied with a fitted inline fuse, you MUST fit a suitably rated fuse or breaker between the red wire and the battery’s positive terminal. • Refer to the inline fuse ratings provided in the product’s documentation. •...

Page 39: Grounding Connection

Page 40: 5-in-1 antenna connections, page 41: antenna extension kit, page 42: raynet connections, page 43: input and output channels, page 44: output channel wiring, page 45: output channel connections, page 46: chapter 6 operations, page 47: getting started, page 48: accessing the web interface using a wi-fi connection, page 49: accessing settings pages, page 50: connecting to an available wi-fi network, page 51: network security, page 52: connecting an ios device to the router's wi-fi access point, page 53: status page, page 54: access point page, page 55: info page, page 56: wi-fi configuration page, page 57: output channel configuration, page 58: performing a router software upgrade, page 59: changing the admin password, page 60: removing a router, page 61: chapter 7 troubleshooting, page 62: troubleshooting, page 63: power up troubleshooting, page 64: wi-fi troubleshooting, page 65: web interface access troubleshooting, page 66: password reset (forgotten password), page 67: performing a network settings reset, page 68: chapter 8 maintenance, page 69: service and maintenance, page 70: chapter 9 technical support, page 71: raymarine product support and servicing, page 72: frequently asked questions (faqs), page 73: chapter 10 technical specification, page 74: yachtsense link technical specification, page 75: chapter 11 spares and accessories, page 76: spares and accessories, page 77: raynet to raynet cables and connectors, page 78: raynet to rj45 adapter cables.

  • Page 79 2. Adapter cable with a RayNet (female) socket on one end, and a waterproof (female) RJ45 socket on the other end, along with a locking gland for a watertight fit. 3. Adapter cable with a RayNet (male) plug on one end, and an RJ45 SeaTalkhs ® waterproof (male) plug on the other end. 4.

Page 80: Seatalkng ® Cables And Accessories

  • Page 81 2. 1 x 1 m (3.3 ft) Spur cable (A06039). Used to connect a device to the SeaTalkng backbone. 3. 1 x 1 m (3.3 ft) NMEA 0183 VHF stripped-end (2 wire) to SeaTalkng adapter cable (A06071). Used to connect an NMEA 0183 VHF radio to the SeaTalkng backbone via the NMEA 0183 VHF to SeaTalkng converter.
  • Page 82 3. 1 m (3.3 ft) Elbow (right angled) to straight spur cable (A06081). Used in 2. 2 m (6.6 ft) Elbow (right angled) power cable (A06070). confined spaces where a straight spur cable will not fit. SeaTalkng ® connectors 4. SeaTalkng to stripped-end spur cables (Connects compatible product SeaTalkng connectors are used to connect SeaTalkng devices to the that do not have a SeaTalkng connector such as transducer pods): SeaTalkng backbone and to create and extend the backbone.
  • Page 83 • 1 m (3.3 ft) SeaTalkng to DeviceNet (male) adaptor cable (A06076). • 1.5 m (4.92 ft) SeaTalkng to DeviceNet (male) adaptor cable (A06046). 6. 1 m (3.3 ft) NMEA 0183 VHF stripped-end (2 wire) to SeaTalkng adapter cable (A06071). Used to connect an NMEA 0183 VHF radio to the SeaTalkng backbone via the NMEA 0183 VHF to SeaTalkng converter.

Page 85: Appendix A Nmea 2000 Pgn Support

Page 86: appendix b document change history.

  • Page 89 Antenna extension cable................41 Voltage monitor ................... 44 APN settings....................50 Wi-Fi...................... 41 YachtSense Digital Control System ..........17, 36 YachtSense Link .................. 35 Contact details..................71 Beidou ..................... 56 Boat Wi-Fi connection LED diagnostics........... 62 Data limit....................54 Data roaming ................... 53 Data usage ....................
  • Page 90 5-in-1 antenna ..................29 YachtSense Link .................. 28 Link router ....................52 Dock WLAN LED..................63 Location requirements Documentation 5-in-1 antenna ..................28 Installation instructions ................. 13 Wireless ..................25–26 Mounting template................13 Wireless interference................26 Operation instructions ................13 YachtSense ™...
  • Page 91 Distribution ..................37 SIM info....................54 Distribution panel................. 37 Sleep ....................... 57 Grounding.................... 39 Software updates ................26, 58 Sharing a breaker ................37 Spares ..................... 76 Power cable extension ................39 Status page ..................... 53 Power LED diagnostics................63 Support forum ..................72 Product Suppression ferrites ................
  • Page 92 Off-boat features...................19 On-boat features................... 17 YachtSense ecosystem ..............17, 36...
  • Page 94 PO15 5RJ. United Kingdom. Tel: (+44) (0)1329 246 700 www.raymarine.co.uk Raymarine (US) 9 Townsend West, Nashua, NH 03063. United States of America. Tel: (+1) 603-324-7900 www.raymarine.com Raymarine Belgium BVBA (EU) Luxemburgstraat 2, 2321 Meer. Belgium. Tel: (+32) (0) 3665 5162 www.raymarine.com...

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