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  1. 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
  2. Is the FPM100 or CLM100 compatible with non-Maretron 4-20 mA pressure transducers? Maretron highly recommends using Maretron pressure transducers to achieve the specified accuracy.However, the FPM100 and the CLM100 will support other linear 4-20mA transducers even though Maretron cannott guarantee overall system accuracy.The 4-20mA... Read More
  3. How do I check the health of my NMEA 2000 cabling before powering my network? Maretron recommends using an N2KMeter to properly check NMEA 2000 network health when powered and devices are operational. The N2KMeter can also provide a real-time detection of powered device communication issues such as excessive error frames, bit ... Read More
  4. Does Maretron offer quick setup instructions for the FFM100 in a dual 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
  5. What video system can be used with N2KView? N2KView is designed to display data from IP cameras produced by AXIS Communications, with the exception of the "Companion Series", that provide:Video StreamMotion jpg (mjpg) video formatVAPIX interfaceAnonymous Login Viewing Enabled- If you want to a... Read More
  6. What is the maximum current that a single device may draw from an NMEA 2000 network? The maximum allowable current that a device is allowed to draw from the NMEA 2000 network is 1 ampere. Devices requiring more than 1 ampere of current use a separate power supply connection, which is required to be isolated from the NMEA 2000 power s... Read More
  7. How is the Mini Powertap wired? The Mini Powertap has 4 connection points. There are two 5-pin connectors on opposite sides of the powertap that are used as the NMEA 2000 bus connections (marked "BUS"), there is a 4-pin connector on the bottom of the powertap that is used as the po... Read More
  8. 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
  9. Are there any NBE100 network diagram examples? Two NBE100 network diagram examples are shown in this article. Please note that both diagrams show just one NBE100 allowing the normal NMEA 2000 network restrictions (50 nodes or products, 200m trunk line, 78m of drop length) to be doubled. It is pos... Read More
  10. 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
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