Maretron FPM100 Fluid Pressure Monitor

Maretron FPM100 Fluid Pressure Monitor


The Maretron FPM100 Fluid Pressure Monitor is used to adapt up to six pressure transducers to the NMEA 2000 network.


  • Each channel independently programmed to match pressure transducer characteristics
  • Measures levels of extremely deep or irregularly shaped tanks in Tank Level mode
  • Monitors the fluid levels in tanks that are extremely deep
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Observe fluid pressures and tank levels anywhere on the vessel where there are NMEA 2000r compatible displays. With the appropriate transducer, the FPM100 reports either pressure or vacuum for a variety of applications including water pressures, oil pressures, hydraulic pressures, or system vacuum for detecting clogged filters.

The FPM100 also has a tank level mode, so that fluid levels in a tank can be monitored via a pressure transducer mounted at the bottom of the tank and transmitted over the NMEA 2000r network. This allows you to monitor the fluid levels in tanks that are extremely deep, have internal structures, or are otherwise not suited for other tank level sensing technologies. In this mode, the FPM100 can be calibrated for irregular tank shapes so that you know the true level of the tanks.

The FPM100 is NMEA 2000r certified so you can view any and all information anywhere on the vessel using a compatible NMEA 2000r display. The FPM100 is a key component of Maretron's N2KViewr vessel monitoring and control system.


  • Adapts up to six pressure transducers to the NMEA 2000r network
  • Each channel independently programmed to match pressure transducer characteristics
  • Each channel independently programmed in pressure/vacuum mode or tank level mode
  • In Tank Level Mode, measures levels of extremely deep or irregularly shaped tanks


  • Water Pressure
  • Atmospheric Pressure
  • Compressed Air Pressure
  • Hydraulic Pressure
  • Steam Pressure
  • User Defined Pressure Sources
  • Fuel Tank Level/Volume Remaining
  • Fresh Water Tank Level/Volume Remaining
  • Waste Water Tank Level/Volume Remaining

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