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  1. What is "dead rise angle"? In the context of the DST100, dead rise angel is the angel between the bottom surface of the DST100 and the horizon. A flat bottom boat has a dead rise angle of 0°, whereas a deep V-hull might cause the DST100 to exit the vessel at an angle. The DST1... Read More
  2. What is the maximum dead rise angle that the DST100 can cope with? The DST100 can accurately measure depth up to a dead rise angle of 23°.... Read More
  3. How do I measure dead rise angle? There are several ways to measure the dead rise angle but perhaps the easiest way is to use a digital level; simply lay the level against the hull and read the angle.... Read More
  4. What accessories can I order for the TLM100 and which one should I use? The following accessories are available for the TLM100.TA-5H-1.25BSP   1.25" BSP Displacement Hull Tank Adapter TA-5H-1.5NPT    1.5" NPT Displacement Hull Tank AdapterA focus tube(TFT) can help technicians control the ultrasonic signal path generated... Read More
  5. What are the latest changes to Maretron’s N2KView? Maretron announces the release of version 6.4 of the N2KView® V3 software.The Computer (PC & MAC) version of N2KView is available via the following link TSM800C, TSM810C, TSM1330C and MBB300C... Read More
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