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The Alarm Button is a multifunctional NMEA 2000 device with wires for connection of an external button with an LED indicator and a standard 4 or 8 Ohm sound speaker. It contains a 10W audio amplifier inside and a bank with 28 sound signals (car anti-theft alarm, ship horns, whistles, tone signals, etc.).
Figure 1. The device with connected speaker and button with integrated LED (back view)
The device can be configured for one of the following functions:
This device is for you, if:
With the help of NMEA 2000 Wi-Fi Router or NMEA 2000 Wi-Fi Gateway, you can manage sound alarms from mobile devices or PC using Web Gauges (no software installation required). These devices also allow updating the firmware, uploading of user sound files and configuring advanced settings of the Alarm Button. The selection of the mode and volume control are also available from connected button.
Figure 2. Control of sound alarms from Raymarine Axiom
Six sound alarms (from 28) of the device can be managed from a modern MFD with CZone support (B&G, Simrad, Lowrance, Furuno, Raymarine Axiom, eS and gS series), see the Figure 2. Visit this page to download the configuration file for your MFD and get instructions.
Four sound alarms can be managed from hardware buttons connected to the Switch Control, it also displays states of channels with integrated and external LEDs. Two or more Alarm Buttons in digital switching mode will work synchronously with factory settings; this can be used on a large vessels. To work independently, in the settings you need to set unique bank numbers.
The Alarm Button is supplied with a connector compatible with SeaTalk NG or a connector compatible with NMEA 2000 Micro Male (see the picture below). For other networks, an adaptor cable may be required. The 16-mm button with integrated red LED (see Figure 1) is supplied with the device, the sound speaker is not supplied. The device model is shown on the case.
Figure 3. Drawing of Alarm Button (YDAB-01R and YDAB-01N)
For additional technical details, please see the User Guide.