N20G-231-1

Floscan NMEA 2000 Fuel Flow Systems

Floscan NMEA 2000 Fuel Flow Systems

Description

The FloScan NMEA 2000 Fuel Flow System takes current fuel rate values and broadcasts it to the network via PGN 65280 (FloScan Fuel Rate) and PGN 65281 (FloScan Fuel Total).

Features

  • Designed To Interface With A NMEA 2000 Network
  • Also Broadcasts Under PGN 127489 (Engine Parameters Dynamic) And PGN 127497 (Engine Trip Parameters)
  • Marine Electronics Manufacturers Can Now Incorporate FloScan Fuel Flow Information As Part Of Their Product Offering
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$1500.00
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Details

Garmin, Lowrance, Simrad and Nobeltec are a few of the manufacturers that offer immediate product compatibility. Data that can be displayed by these manufacturers may include:

  • Gallons/Liters per hour
  • Gallons/Liters consumed
  • Gallons/Liters remaining
  • Nautical miles per gallon / Liters per nautical mile
  • Distance to empty
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Floscan NMEA 2000 Fuel Flow Systems N20G-231-1 NMEA 2000 Fuel Flow System, With 231 Sensor
$1000.00
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Floscan N20G-20B-1 FloNET NMEA 2000 Fuel Flow System w/20B Sensor N20G-20B-1 NMEA 2000 Fuel Flow System, With 20B Sensor
$1000.00
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