Actisense Engine Monitoring Unit Analogue to NMEA 2000


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Description:

 

  • Enables analogue signals to be converted to NMEA 2000 messages.
  • Six gauge/parameter inputs.
  • Four alarm inputs.
  • Two Tach inputs.
  • Two additional auxiliary inputs which are flexible to suit the installation.
  • Total engine hours are logged by the monitoring of engine Tach (RPM) input.
  • NMEA 2000 connector for ‘plug and play’ installation.
  • Customised case ensures the electronics are sealed, but allows quick access to the electrical connections.

 

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SKU: NMEA2000 Category:
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New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail
packaging (where packaging is applicable). If the item comes direct
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Brand:Actisense

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