RAYSTAR 130

Key Features

  • STng / NMEA 2000 (certified) connectivity
  • Space Based Augmentation System (SBAS) enabled.
  • WASS, EGNOS, MSAS and GAGAN
  • <3m accuracy typical, <5m accuracy guaranteed
  • Very high sensitivity: -162dBm
  • 50 channel GPS receiver
  • Low power: 50mA (1 LEN)
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Do I need an RayStar130 (RS130) GPS?

Choose your display option to find out if you need an external GPS and how to connect a RS130 to your system:

GPS Requirments
Display Do you require a GPS?
A Series
(A50/A50D, A57/A57D, A70/A70D)
eSeries
(e7, e7D, e95, e97, e125, e127)
cSeries
(c95, c97, c125, c127)
C Series Widescreen
(C90W, C120W, C140W)
Typically you do not require an external GPS because your Multifunction Display incorporates an integrated GPS receiver.

However, there are some circumstances when you may require an external GPS – for example within a steel wheelhouse where the Multifunction Display will not receive GPS signals.

If in doubt, contact your Raymarine dealer who can advise you whether an external GPS is necessary.

E Series Widescreen (E90W, E120W, E140W) The E Series Widescreen displays do not have an integrated GPS and therefore require an RS130 connected via a SeaTalkng backbone.
C Series Classic
(C80, C120)
E Series Classic
(E80, E120)
Raymarine Classic Multifunction Displays require a SeaTalk1 to SeaTalkng converter to connect an RS130. Find out more.

Typical Systems

Typical Systems

Basic SeaTalkng System with RS130

  1. SeaTalkng Multifunction display
  2. SeaTalkng Instrument
  3. SeaTalkng GPS receiver

Mixed System with RS130

  1. SeaTalk1 Instrument (via SeaTalk to SeaTalkng adaptor cable)
  2. SeaTalk1 to SeaTalkng converter
  3. SeaTalkng Multifunction display
  4. NMEA 0183 DSC VHF Radio
  5. SeaTalkng Autopilot
  6. SeaTalkng GPS receiver

Specifications

Raymarine RS130 External GPS Sensor
Product Number E32153
Nominal supply voltage 12 or 24V DC
Operating voltage range -10% to +30% of nominal supply range
Power consumption 50 mA max
Operating temperature  -13ºF to 131ºF (-25ºC to +55ºC)
Relative humidity max 93%
Waterproof IPx6
Supported connection protocols SeaTalkng: NMEA 2000 (certified) (via DeviceNet adaptor)
Sensitivity High sensitivity – acquisition down to -162dBm
No. of channels 50
Satellite Differential Type WAAS (United States); EGNOS (Europe); MSAS (Japan); GAGAN (India)
Differential acquisition Automatic
Position accuracy (95%) <15m
Position accuracy with SDGPS (95%) <5m
Speed accuracy (95%) <0.3kt
Time to first fix from cold start <2 minutes (< 45 seconds typical)
Geodetic Datum WGS84

Ordering Information

RS130 GPS Receiver with SeaTalkng / NMEA2000
Part No. Description
E32153 RS130 GPS Receiver
E35018 Pole Mount Bracket
A80001 In-line terminator

RS130 – What’s in the box?

The RS130 is available with the features, options, and accessories described below.
Refer to the packing list enclosed with your RS130 shipment to determine the actual contents of your package.

  1. GPS Receiver
  2. Pole Mount Kit
  3. SeaTalkng spur cable (6 metres)
  4. Screw Pack, consisting of:
    • Studs (Qty 2)
    • Thumb nuts (Qty 2)
    • Screws (Qty 2)

     

  5. Flush Mount Gasket
  6. Mounting template

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DESTAQUES

STng - Standard Connection

1. SeaTalkng GPS receiver 2. SeaTalkng spur cable 3. SeaTalkng T-piece. You can also use a 5-way connector block. 4. SeaTalkng backbone Note: A terminator must be fitted at each end of the SeaTalkng backbone.

STng - Extended Connection

1. SeaTalkng GPS receiver 2. SeaTalkng spur cable 3. SeaTalkng inline terminator (part A80001 - sold separately) 4. SeaTalkng backbone

Plug and play: NMEA 2000

1. SeaTalkng GPS receiver 2. SeaTalkng to DeviceNet adaptor cable (male - part number A06046 or female - part number A06045 version as appropriate) 3. DeviceNet cable (sold separately)

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