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  1. With regard to the GPS100, what is a cold start? When the GPS100 is started or powered up, it attempts to get a position fix in one of three modes,hot start (typically acquires a fix in 8 seconds),warm start (typically acquires a fix in 38 seconds), orcold start (typically acquires a fix in 45 seco... Read More
  2. With regards to the GPS100, what is a warm start? When the GPS100 is started or powered up, it attempts to get a position fix in one of three modes,hot start (typically acquires a fix in 8 seconds),warm start (typically acquires a fix in 38 seconds), orcold start (typically acquires a fix in 45 seco... Read More
  3. With regards to the GPS100, what is a hot start? When the GPS100 is started or powered up, it attempts to get a position fix in one of three modes,hot start (typically acquires a fix in 8 seconds),warm start (typically acquires a fix in 38 seconds), orcold start (typically acquires a fix in 45 seco... Read More
  4. What firmware changes have taken place on the Maretron GPS100? NOTE: The GPS100 has been discontinued and is no longer offered for sale.Older models may not update via the N2KAnalyzer and require to be sent to Maretron for an update. Submit an RMA request at https://www.maretron.com/rma_request.php to begin the ... Read More
  5. What information does the GPS100 provide? The GPS100 provides the following information:latitude and longitudetime and dateCourse Over Ground (COG)Speed Over Ground (SOG)magnetic variationsatellite informationGiven this information from the GPS100, Maretron display products (DSM150, DSM200, ... Read More
  6. Sometimes the GPS100 takes a long time to lock up and provide a position fix; why is this? Under extraordinary circumstances, the GPS100 goes into a deep signal search mode. When this occurs, it can take several minutes (sometimes as much as 12 minutes) before the GPS100 gathers enough information to provide a valid fix. This mode of opera... Read More
  7. How do I set up My Maretron Telemetric Cloud Service? Maretron Telemetric Cloud Service (TCS) offers an extremely powerful way to send periodic data from the Maretron vessel monitoring and control system onboard your vessel to a cloud based storage service. Simply connect your Maretron Black Box (MBB200... Read More
  8. When I try to run N2KAnalyzer, I receive an error message asking for XMLLITE.DLL. XMLLITE.dll is a file used in performance XML based applications. If the file has been damaged or removed from your system, it can be reinstalled in the following way: download and install XMLLITE.dll  using the following link  http://www.microsoft.c... Read More
  9. Some helpful information to installing your first or the next Maretron N2KNetwork. This article provides a summary of steps and methods you should use to ensure your installation of a Maretron system goes smoothly. The process of installing an NMEA 2000 network, big or small, can be overwhelming. Following are methods that are curr... Read More
  10. How do I choose the right Maretron tank monitoring product for my particular application? Maretron offers three different types of tank monitoring technologies (i.e., adapter, ultrasonic, and pressure) for monitoring fluids aboard a vessel. Selecting the correct sensor can be confusing so this article helps you choose the right tank senso... Read More
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