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  1. I see that some of Maretron’s SIM100 accessories have built in “trouble relays”; what is a trouble relay and why is it important? Trouble relays are being integrated into more and more safety and security equipment to provide added safety and security features. For example, a trouble relay can act as power supervision device. In this case, if the power is accidentally turned of... 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. What firmware changes have taken place on the Maretron IPG100 ? What firmware changes have taken place on the Maretron IPG100 network gateway?You can update the IPG100 using the N2KAnalyzer software tool.Manually recovery/update instructions for the IPG100 can be located here https://www.maretron.com/files/IPG100... Read More
  4. I want to update my NMEA 2000 network to include fuel management data; which Maretron devices do I need? The FFM100 can update your existing NMEA2000 network to include engine fuel rate. Several components are needed to offer you calculative information for Fuel management such as distance to empty, time to empty, and fuel consumption, to name a few.  T... Read More
  5. Do gasoline engines with an electronic control module (ECM) have J1939 compatibilities? Most Gasoline engines come equipped with a standard ECM which communicates the J1939 protocol. One of the most common ECMs found today on many gasoline engines happens to be manufactured by Delphi and is commonly called MeFi. This particular ECM ca... Read More
  6. Does Maretron offer a Quick Setup guide for the SIM100 using N2KAnalyzer? Maretron's Switch Indicator Module monitors dry contacts. Once you have selected the dry contact device, connect the two leads from the device to one of six SIM100 channels.Each channel has two terminals; for example, Channel #0 uses terminals 1... Read More
  7. AXIS Camera Setup for N2KView  Within this article outlines a basic setup guideline for integrating your AXIS camera or AXIS encoder that is connected to the same LAN as your device running N2KView (TSM, MBB, and/or computer). Access your AXIS camera via your browser using either... Read More
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