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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. What are the latest changes that have been made to N2KView on Maretron’s Legacy Devices? Maretron announces the release of version 5.1.12 of the N2KView® NMEA 2000® Network Display Software. The program is available from ( under the Updates tab of the device that you are updating. The full build number of the ver... Read More
  3. What cellular bands does the SMS100 work with? Yes, the SMS100 was designed to work with 2G GSM/GPRS/EDGE, 3G UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA services. The SMS100 supports frequency bands 800/850/900/1700/1900/2100 MHz. Note:Carriers such as AT&T and  T-Mobile offers SIM cards that will work with the SMS100. Wh... Read More
  4. What are the latest changes to Maretron’s N2KView? Maretron announces the release of version 6.0.14 of the N2KView® NMEA 2000® Network Display Software. The PC version of N2KView 6.0.14 is available is available from, under the “Software Updates” ... Read More
  5. What information is available from the J1939 to NMEA 2000 Bridge (J2K100) and can be viewed on Maretron’s displays?  The J2K100 is capable of transmitting the following information:PGN 65030AC Generator CurrentAC Generator FrequencyAC Generator VoltageEngine parameters 127488, 127489TachometerEngine HoursCoolant PressureCoolant Water TemperatureEngine Oil Pressure... Read More
  6. What 3-Phase applications is the ACM100 compatible with? The ACM100 is designed to measure 3-Phase "WYE" configurations. However, it can be used to measure many parameters of 3-phase Delta configurations in the following manner:Configure the ACM100 for a circuit type of "3-Phase Y (Ph. A, B, C)"Use the fol... Read More
  7. Why does the SSC200 rate of turn indicate that I am turning when I am not turning? The SSC200 rate of turn may indicate that the vessel is turning when the vessel is not turning. You correct this situation by calibrating the rate of turn gyro within the SSC200 using either a DSM200 or a DSM250. To calibrate the rate of turn using o... Read More
  8. How do I calibrate the SSC200 rate of turn using Maretron’s DSM150, DSM200, or DSM250 display? You calibrate the SSC200 rate of turn using a DSM150, DSM200, or DSM250. To calibrate the rate of turn using one of the displays:Enter menu mode, scroll to "Configuration..." and press < Enter >Scroll to "Device Configuration..." and press < Enter >S... Read More
  9. I know that the RAA100 uses resistive rudder angle sensors; who manufactures resistive sensors? The RAA100 is compatible with resistive rudder style sending unit. The brand, VDO manufacturers a sensor (Figure#1) that can output 10-180Ω of resistance range. Simply connect the RAA100's white and black wires to the VDO sender's positive(... Read More
  10. Why doesn’t my rudder display read hard over when the rudder is hard over? The rudder display may not read hard over even though the rudder is hard over if the resistive sensor is not turning throughout its entire range. You can fix this by either adjusting the resistive sensor to turn across its entire range or you can per... Read More
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