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Can Non-Maretron displays control the DCR100?

Can third party (non-Maretron) controls or displays command the DCR100 to toggle whether in Switch or ALM mode? The DCR100 reports status using the standard NMEA2000 message 127501 that any NMEA2000 display can interpret, but to... Read More

Does the DCR100 provide overcurrent circuit protection?

No, the DCR100 does not provide overcurrent circuit protection. The DCR100 contains six Solid State Relays (SSRs), which need to be individually overcurrent protected. The following diagram shows the individual SSRs protected with individual circuit... Read More

What is a DCR100?

Maretron's DCR100 contains 6 Direct Current (DC) relays, each capable of switching up to 10 Amps at 12VDC or 24VDC. The DCR100 connects directly to an NMEA 2000® network, so you can turn on and off the relays from a Maretron DSM150 or DSM250... Read More

Can I use the DCR100 to switch AC loads?

You can not use the DCR100 to directly switch AC loads, but you can use the DCR100 with an external relay to turn On and Off AC loads.- A Solid State Relay (SSR) can be used to switch an AC load as shown in the illustration below. Read More

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