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  1. What features does the DC/Battery Monitor (DCM100) have? The Maretron DCM100 has the following features.NMEA 2000® InterfaceWaterproof ConnectorsSealed Waterproof EnclosureOpto-Isolated from NMEA 2000® Eliminating Potential Ground LoopsCan monitor DC Power Sources, Transmitting Voltage and CurrentCan monit... Read More
  2. What messages (or PGNs) does the DCM100 transmit? The DCM100 transmits the following messages: 127506 DC Detailed Status: (DC Instance, DC Type, State of Charge, State of Health, Time Remaining, and Ripple Voltage. 127508 Battery Status: (Battery Instance, Battery Voltage, Battery Current, Battery ... Read More
  3. What information does the DCM100 provide over the NMEA 2000 network? The DCM100 can provide Voltage, Power, Current, Battery Case Temperature, Time remaining, Ripple Voltage, State of health, and State of charge. Review your NMEA 2000 Displays user manual to verify that above Items can be viewed.... Read More
  4. Where would I use a DCM100? You use the DCM100 if you have a Battery bank or a DC source network connection and you want to display DC bateries or DC electrical information on an NMEA 2000 compatible display.... Read More
  5. What is a DCM100? Maretron’s DCM100 is a device which monitors DC power sources or batteries and outputs information about these sources onto the industry standard NMEA 2000® marine data network.... Read More
  6. I see that Maretron’s DSM150 and DSM250 displays have a DCM100 configuration setting called "Instance:"; what is this? Maretron's DSM150 and DSM250 displays have a DCM100 configuration setting called "Instance:", which is used to program the DCM100 to transmit the appropriate NMEA 2000 instance. For example, if the DCM100 is connected to a DC source, then this c... Read More
  7. How do I set the DCM100 configuration setting called "Instance:" using Maretron’s DSM250 display? You set the DSM100 configuration setting called " Instance:" using Maretron's DSM250 display in the following way. Enter menu mode, scroll to "Configuration…" and press enter. Scroll to "Device Configuration…" and press enter. Scroll to the row conta... Read More
  8. I see that Maretron’s DSM150 and DSM250 displays have a DCM100 configuration setting called "NMEA 2000 PGN Enable/Disable..."; what is this? Maretron's DSM150 and DSM250 displays have a DCM100 configuration setting called "NMEA 2000 PGN Enable/Disable…", which is used to turn on and off specific messages that are transmitted by the DCM100.... Read More
  9. Is it possible to turn on or off DCM100 NMEA 2000 transmitted messages (or PGNs)? Yes, it is possible to turn on and off the DCM100 transmitted messages (or PGNs) using Maretron's DSM250 display. On the display, enter menu mode, scroll to "Configuration…" and press enter. Scroll to "Device Configuration…" and press enter. Scroll t... Read More
  10. I see that Maretron’s DSM250 displays have a DCM100 configuration setting called "Reset Factory Defaults"; what is this? Maretron's DSM250 displays have a DCM100 configuration setting called "Reset Factory Defaults", which is used to return the DCM100 to its factory settings. Resetting the DCM100 sets the NMEA 2000 instance back to 0 and returns PGN enable/disable back... Read More
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