There is a treasure trove of useful data on your NMEA 2000 network. From AIS to GPS, heading, engine data, fluid levels, and much more. But rather than just allowing that data to traverse your vessel’s network backbone from device to device, there is so much more that can be achieved with that data – ultimately giving you more control and providing safer and more efficient journeys.

Read, analyse and diagnose your network

Being able to read your NMEA 2000 data will allow you to analyse and assess efficiencies that can be made. You’ll also be able to easily diagnose any potential red flags and errors on the network, and address these as a priority.

Using the Actisense NGT-1 NMEA 2000 to PC Gateway, along with our free NMEA Reader software, you’re able to get data from every NMEA 2000 PGN.

What are you connecting to?

Depending on your setup, the NGT-1 comes in two variants: A USB version which connects with ease to your PC or laptop; as well as an ISO version to attach to any onboard computer, chartplotter or similar device.

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Safety first with ISO-Drive onboard

The ISO variant has a fully opto-isolated input and comes with our signature ISO-Drive output for a direct PC bi-directional connection.

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NGT-1: A Case Study

Learn how Siren Marine incorporated the NGT-1 into their Connected Boat system…

Plus: Read all the NGT-1’s Features, Advantages and Benefits

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