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Take care to note down or take a picture of your Sailserver ID which you will find on the back of your Sailserver device. You will need your Sailserver ID during the registration process and to link your boat.
Sailserver can be connected to modern instruments via NMEA 2000 or SeaTalk NG, and also to classic instruments via NMEA 0183 or SeaTalk 1.
Sailserver will still work if not connected to the instruments on your boat, however exclusively using data from its internal GPS.
On the front of Sailserver is a status LED which will help you during the installation process and to identify any errors.
NMEA 2000 allows instruments from different suppliers to be connected together. NMEA 2000 is based on a simple cable called the backbone to which the instruments are connected via a drop cable. The backbone cable is connected to 12V power supply which in turn provides each of the instruments with supply voltage.
SeaTalk NG from Raymarine and SimNet from SIMRAD are also on the NMEA 2000 network but use different connector types.
We supply most of the connectors and cables needed to connect your Sailserver to the instruments on your boat.
Connect your Sailserver to a free port in the backbone via the cable which comes included with Sailserver. If there is no port available, use a T-connector. You can find T-connectors and multi T-connectors on our webshop.
Sailserver will also work without a connection to the other instruments on your boat, however data recorded by these instruments will not be entered into the log in such case.
To install Sailserver, connect it to 12V power supply via the NMEA 2000 connector.
You can use the NMEA 2000 cable provided by cutting off the connector which will NOT be connected to Sailserver. Strip the cable and connect to 12V on the boat’s fuse panel. Red to + and black to -.
Sailserver comes with a prepaid SIM card which provides Internet access across most of the world for at least 10 years.
The antenna provided connects to the GSM connector.
If you are sailing in an area where there is no coverage, you can either use a different SIM card or connect Sailserver to a router via an Ethernet cable.
Data consumption is around 20 MB per month if your Sailserver is switched on around the clock. Disconnect the power supply to your Sailserver before changing the SIM card. The SIM card must not be locked with a PIN code.
The LED indicates whether Sailserver is connected to the Internet.
Sailserver 2 kan opkobles til et WiFi netværk, eller et WiFi hotspot på en mobiltelefon, for at få adgang til Internettet.
Start wifi konfiguration
Password til netværket står på etiketten bag på din Sailserver 2
Når du er forbundet til Sailserver netværket, åben en browser på din telefon, og indtast adressen 192.168.19.19, På websiden er der en WiFi fane, hvor du kan konfigure WiFi modulet på din Sailserver 2.
Sailserver 2 har mulighed for at virke som et accesspunkt, eller forbinde til et eksisterende WiFi netværk.
Konfigurer Sailserver 2 som access punkt
Konfigurer Sailserver 2 til at forbinde til et eksisterende WiFi netværk
Skulle det ske at du glemmer password til din WiFi konfiguration, så kan du trykke på knappen igen. Når LED blinker blå, så kan man forbinde til standard netværket igen, og ændre konfigurationen. Hvis du ikke foretager dig noget, så vil Sailserver 2 gå tilbage til den tidligere konfiguration, når den stopper med at blinke blåt.
Select LOG IN from the menu at the top of the page. To create a new account, click on 'Sign Up Here' and follow the instructions on the screen. Once your account has been created, you can then choose to use our Sailserver app for Android or iOS.
After logging in, the next step is to link Sailserver with your boat. To do this, you will need your Sailserver ID which can be found on the back of your Sailserver device.
When it says 'OK' this means that Sailserver 2 is linked to your boat and you are ready to set sail!
Each time you complete a trip, it will be recorded in the logbook. Your boat will need to be stationary for approx. five minutes before the trip will be recognised as complete. If the boat sails on within 30 minutes, the trip will continue.