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  1. Does N2KAnalyzer offer a software tool to perform quick fluid level calibrations for all of Maretron’s tank monitoring products? Yes, N2Kanalyzer offers two types of tank calibrations: Manual Table and Step Fill. Both configuration features can be used to calibrate the correct tank volume for your Maretron tank monitoring product.Used in in conjunction with any of Maretron... Read More
  2. Does Maretron offer quick setup instructions for the FFM100 in a single diesel engine application? The prerequisite for using this guide requires the use of a Windows PC and Maretron's N2KAnalyzer program installed. The hardware required for Maretron device configuration is the USB100 or IPG100 Gateway connected to a powered N2K network with ... Read More
  3. What does Maretron recommnend to determine whether coolant water is supplied to my engine when running? Using a RIM100 channel, you can tell whether water coolant flow is feeding to the engine when the engine is running. Is some cases, the user is unaware that water is not cooling the engine until it is too late. This method below allows for an early w... Read More
  4. What firmware changes have taken place on the Maretron DSM250? DSM250 firmware versions: DSM250 1.7.5.3(2018-01-24):Correctly display invalid data in LAT/LON screen (4405)Correctly display PGN 129029 data in LAT/LON screen (4418)Fixed crashing issue in control mode while setting anchor position (4421)Corrected a... Read More
  5. What is the maximum Speed Through Water (STW) that the DST100 will measure? The DST100 accurately measures Speed Through Water (STW) up to 60 knots.... Read More
  6. What is the minimum Speed Through Water (STW) that the DST100 will measure? The DST100 accurately measures Speed Through Water (STW) down to 1 knot.... Read More
  7. Why is the DST110 Speed Through Water (STW) reading different from the Speed Over Ground (SOG) reading? Speed Over the Ground (SOG) is the speed of the vessel relative to the surface of the earth. Speed Through Water (STW) is the speed of the vessel relative to the water. It is possible for the STW to be zero while the SOG is 5 knots, for example if th... Read More
  8. Why is the GPS100 Speed Over Ground (SOG) reading different from the Speed Through Water (STW) reading? Speed Over the Ground (SOG) is the speed of the vessel relative to the surface of the earth. Speed Through Water (STW) is the speed of the vessel relative to the water. It is possible for the STW to be zero while the SOG is 5 knots, for example if th... Read More
  9. Why is the GPS100 Course Over Ground (COG) erratic at low speeds? The GPS100 computes Course Over Ground (COG) by observing prior fixes or positions and extrapolating the direction of travel from those fixes. If the vessel is not moving, then the GPS100 can not extrapolate the direction of travel and the readings b... Read More
  10. What is true wind? True wind is what the wind is truly doing and it can be computed from the measured apparent wind by subtracting the vessels speed. For example, if the vessel was moving at exactly 5 knots and the wind was blowing in the exact opposite direction at 5 ... Read More
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