Knowledge Base

Articles: Search Results

  1. Can I use the TLA100 if I don’t have a rectangular tank? Yes, the TLA100 can be custom configured with up to 16 calibration points to accommodate irregularly shaped or odd shaped tanks.... Read More
  2. What are the approximate dimensions of the TLA100? The TLA100 is approximately 4"  (10.2 cm) long, 1.25" (3.2 mm) wide, and 1" (2.5 cm) tall.... Read More
  3. How long is the gray cable that is attached to the TLA100? The gray cable used to connect the TLA100 to the resistive tank sensor is approximately 15 feet (4.57 m) in length.... Read More
  4. What firmware changes have taken place on the Maretron TLA100? 2.0.2.3 (2016-08-29):Correct fluid source transmitted in Channel PGN (3959)Corrected a problem where the device could lose its instance information after a power cycle (3964,3965, 3966, 3967) 2.0.1.5 (2015-10)Initial Release to support Hardware Versi... Read More
  5. Why can’t I find a particular TLA100 tank level for display on Maretron’s DSM150, DSM200, or DSM250? In order to keep the number of Maretron DSM150, DSM200, and DSM250 display menu items to a minimum (there is a possibility of more than 250 batteries, more than 250 engines, more than 250 tanks, etc.), the displays default to only few instances of ta... Read More
  6. Can I do a custom calibration for non-standard resistance sensors or odd shaped tanks? Yes, it is possible to program the TLA100 to accept non-standard resistive sensors or odd shaped tanks using Maretron's DSM150, DSM200, or DSM250 display. Set the mode using Maretron's DSM150, DSM200, or DSM250 display in the following way:... Read More
  7. Why doesn’t my tank display doesn’t read full when the tank is full? The resistive tank sensor should produce a resistance value of 33 ohms (American standard) or 180 ohms (European standard) when the tank is full. One possible reason that the tank doesn't register full might be that the sensor doesn't produ... Read More
  8. Why doesn’t my tank display doesn’t read empty when the tank is empty? The resistive tank sensor should produce a resistance value of 240 ohms (American standard) or 10 ohms (European standard) when the tank is empty. One possible reason that the tank doesn't register empty might be that the sensor doesn't pro... Read More
  9. 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
  10. Using N2KAnalyzer, how do I recover a Maretron device? Occasionally, a device can be in "boot mode" (represented in N2KAnalyzer by an orange highlight of the device's entry in the device list). This can happen due to a software update which fails due to network problems.A Maretron device that is not... Read More
Displaying 31 to 40 out of 45 records First Page Previous Page Page of 5 Next Page Last Page
Subscribe to knowledgebase
Get notified when new articles are added to the knowledgebase.