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iPad & SmartPhone Integration Onboard with AquaWear NMEA to WiFi server - plus a special for Australasia during Feb 2017

News   •   Jan 26, 2017 00:05 GMT

Dear Dealer,


The AquaWear WLN20 is a NMEA to wifi server allowing smartphones, iPads and tablets to be integrated into your boats' navigation systems.  Choose from 1000's of apps for iOS and Android and even take data to the next level and start "wearing" your navigation on your arm with the supplied smartphone wristcase!

During February 2017, save over 20% on the AquaWear WLN20 (Regular price AU$479.95) - now SRP AU$379.95! 

Normal trade discounts still apply.

AquaWear WLN20

The WLN20 connects to your existing boat instruments, plotter and even an AIS thanks to its dual NMEA inputs. It then creates a wireless hotspot on your boat so anybody with a smart phone or tablet can connect and gather real-time boat nav data to be displayed on a variety of low cost charting, instrument, AIS and boating apps. Its local “hotspot” typically footprints boats up to 25m LOA and you don’t need internet access. It’s intuitive, easy and moves with you and of course allows you to choose from 1000’s apps to suit your app!

Easy NMEA Interfacing With Multiple Inputs

The AquaWear WLN20 features two NMEA 0183 data inputs (4800 and 38400 baud compatible) to allow interfacing with all common marine electronic navigation and instrument systems. It’s waterproof and tough and just needs a 12/24V supply and data feed.

With standard TCP/IP and UDP wireless protocols, it can communicate with iOS, Android, MAC and PC and can support multiple devices so all your crew can be connected and larger screen devices such as iPads and PCs enabled below decks.


You can download our latest product guide from here or click on the download link below.

Download our AU$ price list from here. 

Freight is just AU$35 per order regardless of size to Australia or New Zealand. 

Feel free to contact us if you need more information

The Digital Yacht team
+ 61 261 452 547

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