The Maretron DSM150 Multi-Function High Bright Color Display interprets and displays NMEA 2000 instrument, navigation, and vessel monitoring data.
The DSM150 is a user friendly dedicated marine display with custom screen configurations and an easy-to-use five-key illuminated keypad. In addition to the monitoring and display capabilities, the DSM150 features an alert/alarm package and electrical switching capability.
Unlike traditional single-display units, DSM150 users can choose numeric, gauge, bar or graph formats in single or multiple displays, with cycling options possible for a wide range of favorite data. These multiple display options conserve mounting space and reduce overall system cost.
The DSM150 will directly connect with any NMEA2000 network and with the exception of AIS data will display any or all information captured throughoutthe vessel. Various audio and visual alarms are also programmable.The DSM150 displays a multitude of information including AC power, air conditioning/heating, anchor status, battery, depth, electrical distribution, engine, environment, fuel management, GPS, heading, navigation, pressure/vacuum, rudder, speed, status indicators, tanks, temperature, time, transmission, water makers, weather, wind and more.
Maretron's DSM150 is engineered and manufactured to the highest standards (IEC 60945 Maritime Navigation and Radiocommunication Equipment). Its compact waterproof housing will provide years of reliable performance. The DSM150 is available in a gray enclosure and includes a white sun cover and a one meter NMEA 2000 cable.
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