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  1. If I use the J2K100 with my Onan generator that has a power rating between 40-99kW, what data can I expect to see on the NMEA 2000 network? The J2K100 provides the following information when hooked to an Onan generator with a power rating of 40-99 kW:Generator Average Line-Neutral AC RMS VoltageGenerator Average AC RMS FrequencyEngine Coolant TemperatureEngine Oil PressureBattery Voltage... Read More
  2. If I use the J2K100 with my Onan generator that has a power rating between 4-32kW, what data can I expect to see on the NMEA 2000 network? The J2K100 provides the following information when hooked to an Onan generator with a power rating of 4-32KW:Generator Average Line-Neutral AC RMS VoltageGenerator Average AC RMS FrequencyEngine Coolant TemperatureEngine Oil PressureBattery Voltage... Read More
  3. What information does the J2K100 provide over the NMEA 2000 network? As long as the engine or generator is providing the appropriate information via the J1939 interface, the J2K100 is capable of producing the following NMEA 2000 information:engine speed (tachometer)engine boost pressureengine oil pressureengine oil te... Read More
  4. How do I set the transducer offset within the DST100 using Maretron’s DSM150, DSM200, or DSM250 display? You set the DST100 transducer offset from a DSM150, DSM200, or DSM250 in the following way:Enter menu mode, scroll to "Configuration:" and press < Enter >Scroll to "Device Configuration:" and press < Enter >Scroll to the DST100 and press < Enter >Scr... Read More
  5. I see that Maretron’s DSM150, DSM200, and DSM250 displays have a DST100 configuration setting called "Transducer Depth Offset:"; what is this? Transducer offset is eitherthe distance from the waterline to the transducer (DST100 bottom surface), orthe distance from the transducer to the bottom of the vessel.Maretron display products (DSM150, DSM200, DSM250, and N2KView) add the transducer of... Read More
  6. What is a DST100? A DST100 is a product that is mounted through the hull below the water line of a vessel and is used to measure water depth, speed through water, sea water temperature, depth transducer offset, resettable trip log, cumulative log. All of this informat... Read More
  7. How do I know if the GPS100 is locked on and producing a position fix using Maretron’s DSM150, DSM200, or DSM250 display? You display whether or not the GPS100 has a fix on a DSM150, DSM200, or DSM250 in the following way:Enter menu mode, scroll to "Favorite Screen Setup..." and pressĀ < Enter >Scroll to the favorite screen where you would like to view the GPS status and... Read More
  8. How do I install a WSO100? The WSO100 is a sensitive electronic measuring device that should be handled with care during installation. The proper way to mount the WSO100 is to place the detachable pole mount on the mounting pole without the WSO100 attached. Next, attach the NM... Read More
  9. Which Maretron products are required for me to display true wind referenced to ground speed? In order to display true wind referenced to ground speed you will need a WSO100, a GPS200, a SSC200, and a display capable of computing true wind referenced to ground speed. The WSO100 measures the apparent wind while the GPS200 provides Speed Over G... Read More
  10. I see the Tank Level Monitor products have a specification called "deadband"; what is this and how does it affect tank measurements? en discussing the TLM100, TLM150, and TLM200 ultrasonic tank level sensors, the term "deadband" is a termĀ used when describing an operating range where a signal start and signal end cannot be measured.For an ultrasonic sensor application, deadband is... Read More
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