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andreas-norway posted a topic in Gear AnarchyHi, I have recently bought a 35ft racing yacht with a full set of Nexus NX2 instruments; log, depth, wind, compass, GPS, autopilot, etc. As there were no chart plotter, I have recently bought a GND10 and a B&G Zeus3 plotter, and waiting for spring to mount them. I understand I will be able to read wind/speed etc on the Zeus3, but will I also be able to operate the Nexus autopilot from the B&G plotter? What I mean with operate : -change course with +/- -set waypoints on the Zeus and have it control the autopilot -other functions ? Ultimately I would also like to get a wireless remote to control the autopilot, but I suppose this is not within reach.... Regards Andreas