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  1. I see an option for FFM100 configuration called K-factor; what does this mean? The FFM100 has an option to set a K-factor for each sensor channel. For the FFM100, the K-factor represents the number of electrical pulses generated by the sensor per liter of fluid passing through it. In order for the FFM100 to be able to calculate... Read More
  2. What is the torque specification for Maretron’s M-series fluid flow sensors? ***The Maretron M-series sensors do not have a specific torque specification. Refer to each sensors installation instructions for details regarding the integration of each flow sensor. ***Please note the following excerpts below (6 & 7) found wit... Read More
  3. 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
  4. I see that the FFM100 has a configuration called "Sensor:1-Phase"; what is this option used for? The FFM100 is compatible with single phase, single pulse sensors for flow measurements such as water and other non-lubricated fluids.This function allows the user to select specific fluid sensors that may provide a higher accuracy for a desired flow ... Read More
  5. What firmware changes have taken place on the Maretron FPM100? What firmware changes have taken place on the Maretron FPM100 pressure monitor?Update your device using the N2KAnalyzer tool. FPM100 Firmware Versions (2018-04-27)- In tank mode, re-enable operation range checking at 4mA (20mA report 100%). 1... Read More
  6. Does the SMS100 allow for cellular data roaming? Does the Maretron SMS100 allow for cellular roaming? No, the SMS100 will not roam. When you leave your SIM card assigned coverage network, SMS100 status and alert text messages may not transmit successfully. Before departing an area, check your curre... Read More
  7. Does N2KAnalyzer offer a software tool to perform quick fluid level calibrations for all of Maretron’s tank monitoring products? Yes, N2Kanalyzer offers two types of tank calibrations: Manual Table and Step Fill. Both configuration features can be used to calibrate the correct tank volume for your Maretron tank monitoring product.Used in in conjunction with any of Maretron... Read More
  8. I see the Tank Level Monitor products have a specification called "deadband"; what is this and how does it affect tank measurements? en discussing the TLM100, TLM150, and TLM200 ultrasonic tank level sensors, the term "deadband" is a term used when describing an operating range where a signal start and signal end cannot be measured.For an ultrasonic sensor application, deadband is... Read More
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