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  1. I have installed the TLM100 and see incorrect tank levels; what does this mean?  The TLM100 uses an ultrasonic signal to determine a distance measurement from sensor to level.The tank application must be compatible with the TLMXXX measurement technology. If you have already installed a TLMXXX and received unexpected results, the... Read More
  2. With regards to the NBE100, what is meant by a "network segment"? The NBE100 allows you to electrically break up an NMEA 2000 network into individual "network segments". Although the network segments are electrically isolated from each other, the entire network is still one large logical network. What this means is... Read More
  3. Can I use the RIM100 to indicate "Water In Fuel"? The RIM100 can be used to monitor a Parker/Racor "Water-In-Fuel Detection Kit" (Part Number RK30880E) to indicate the presence of water in the fuel filter.First, make sure the RK30880E is properly connected and working (see attachment for wiring diag... Read More
  4. What is the maximum voltage the DCM100 can sense? The DCM100 can sense voltages up to 50VDC on terminals 5 and 6.The maximum voltage that can be supplied to power the DCM100 on is 32VDC on terminals 7 and 8.Pin NumberSignal NameConnection1IACurrent Sensor, Red Wire2IBCurrent Sensor, Green Wire3ICCur... Read More
  5. 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
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