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  1. How do I create a Favorite Screen component in N2KView? How do I create  a Favorite Screen component in N2KView?Click on Commands&Settings-->Screen Setup-->Add New Screen-->select an area in the design plane-->click "Add".The video below shows the user construction a new screen, new component for DC ... Read More
  2. What Yanmar engine models is the EMS100 compatible with? NOTE: The EMS100 has been discontinued and is no longer offered for sale. The EMS100 is suitable to work with Yanmar Engines which carry the Yazaki type connector.If your engine comes with a Yanmar panel, please note that all panels are not compatibl... Read More
  3. How do I label the title of a window on a DSM250 Favorite Screen? You can label a data window in a favorite screen the following way: hit enter for main menus, scroll to "Favorite Screen Setup", enter, scroll to a favorite screen you wish to configure, enter, scroll to title, enter, scroll to custom, enter. You wil... Read More
  4. 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
  5. Does the USB100 convert NMEA 2000 engine PGNs to NMEA 0183 sentences? Yes, the USB100 converts some of the NMEA 2000 engine PGN information into NMEA 0183 sentences. Please refer to the document entitled “USB100 Engine Sentences.pdf”, which can be found below in the Attachments section.... Read More
  6. What is the difference between an anemometer that uses mechanical cups and vane versus an anemometer that uses ultrasonic technology? For a discussion on the differences between mechanical and ultrasonic anemometers, please see the article entitled "Anemometer Technology.pdf" under Attachments found below.... Read More
  7. What is a DST100? A DST100 is a product that is mounted through the hull below the water line of a vessel and is used to measure water depth, speed through water, sea water temperature, depth transducer offset, resettable trip log, cumulative log. All of this informat... Read More
  8. Why is the GPS100 Course Over Ground (COG) erratic at low speeds? The GPS100 computes Course Over Ground (COG) by observing prior fixes or positions and extrapolating the direction of travel from those fixes. If the vessel is not moving, then the GPS100 can not extrapolate the direction of travel and the readings b... Read More
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