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  1. 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
  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. How do I monitor the bilge with Maretron equipment? Before we discuss how to monitor the bilge with Maretron equipment, let's take a look at a typical bilge pump and alarm wiring diagram (see Figure 1). Notice that there are two ways to turn the bilge pump on. First, there is the float switch -- ... Read More
  4. In addition to switching On and Off DC loads, can I use the DCR100 to monitor current flow to the loads? Yes, you can use the DCR100 to monitor DC current flow to loads using one of Maretron's display products (e.g., N2KView, DSM150, or DSM250). Each of the six channels within the DCR100 reports how much current is flowing to the load, which is use... Read More
  5. Can I install a Maretron TMP100 EGT accessory probe downstream of the water-cooled exhaust riser or elbow? No. Maretron's EGT sensor is meant to measure the temperature of the exhaust gas temperature, not the temperature of the exhaust gas after it has been cooled by water. Placing the EGT probe downstream of the riser or elbow will render the device inop... Read More
  6. Can I use the SIM100 to monitor Carbon Monoxide (CO) detectors? Yes, you can use the SIM100 to monitor Carbon Monoxide (CO) detectors as long as the detector has an auxiliary contact. Maretron offers a CO detector ( ) The... Read More
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