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What marine engines are found to have J1939 capability?
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Last Updated:
Jul 16, 2012

Article ID:
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Known J1939 Capable Engines 
      

 Engine manufacturer  Controller Module Yes: J1939 Tx
 Caterpillar  
 ADEM III and A4/C4.4, C6.6, C9, C15, C18, C32   "Acerts series"
 Yes: J1939 Tx
 Cummins     CM570 and CM850/QSL, QSB5 and 7, QSM11, QSK19,50 and 60 
 Yes: J1939 Tx
 Detroit Diesel
 DDEC III and IV/Series 50, 60 and 2000 Rx
 Yes: J1939 Tx
 Deutz
 EMR 2 (EMR)/912, 913, 914 and L2011 Yes: J1939 Tx
 Iveco EDC7
 (Bosch MS6.2)/Series NEF, CURSOR and VECTOR 8 Yes: J1939 Tx
 John Deere
 JDEC/PowerTech M, E and Plus  Yes: J1939 Tx
 MAN MMDS series
  Yes: J1939 Tx
 MTU MDEC module M.302 or M.303/Series 2000 and 4000  NO: J1939 Tx
 MTU MDEC 
 module M.201 or M.304/Series 2000 and 4000 Rx
 NO: J1939 Tx
 MTU ADEC/Series 2000 and 4000 NO: J1939 Tx
 Perkins
 Series 1100, 1300, 2300 and 2800 Yes: J1939 Tx
 Scania EMS Yes: J1939 Tx
 Scania  
EMS S6 (KWP2000)/Dx9x, Dx12x, Dx16x 
 Yes: J1939 Tx
 Steyr Motors
 M1-CU, 4/6 cylinder Solas
 
 Volvo Penta EDC4, EMS,  EMS 2, EDCIII/D6, D7, D9, D12 and D16, EVC models, EDC (GE and AUX variants only)
 Yes: J1939 Tx
 Yanmar BY2 series, LY-series
 Yes: J1939 Tx
 Crusader MPI series ECM-07
 Yes: J1939 Tx
   

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