ACM100-01

Maretron ACM100 Alternating Current Monitor

Maretron ACM100 Alternating Current Monitor

Description

The Maretron ACM100 Alternating Current Monitor monitors AC power sources and outputs information via industry standard NMEA 2000 protocol.

Features

  • ACM100 can monitor power busses, generators, or utility power
  • Output information is displayed with networked NMEA 2000 equipment
  • Key component of Maretron's N2KViewr vessel monitoring and control system
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Maretron's ACM100 is a device which monitors AC power sources and outputs information about these sources onto the industry standard NMEA 2000® marine data network. ACM100 output information is then displayed with networked NMEA 2000® equipment such as the Maretron DSM250 dedicated display or with NMEA 2000® compatible software such as Maretron N2KView.

Best of all, the ACM100 is NMEA 2000® certified so you can view any and all AC information anywhere on the vessel using a compatible NMEA 2000® display.

Features:

  • Voltage
  • Current
  • Frequency
  • Real Power
  • Reactive Power
  • Apparent Power
  • Power Factor
  • Total Energy Imported
  • Total Energy Exported
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