I have bought a furuno gp-32 GPS and now I want to tap into the NMEA signal comming out of it and monitor it on my PC through my arduino and the serial monitor in arduino IDE. How would I do that?
Here is a link to the wiring of the GP-32:http://www.furuno.dk/fileadmin/files/Documents/NMEA_forbindelse/1744_NMEA_GP-32_peripheral_connections060509.pdf
What colour of wire do I put where? Do the blue (NMEA +) go into the rx of the arduino and the white (NMEA common) go into the tx? Or do I need to use other wires?
Hope someone can help me
ps. Can I run the GP-32 from my computers power supply, just connecting the + to a yellow wire in a molex connector and then the negative to one of the ground wires in the same molex connector? Easier than getting a 12v car battery.