J2K100-01

Maretron J2K100 NMEA 2000 Gateway

Maretron J2K100 NMEA 2000 Gateway

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The Maretron J2K100 attaches directly into a J1939 network of compatible engines, transmissions and gensets and converts the J1939 data to an NMEA 2000 marine digital interface.

Features

  • Can also be used as part of a complete fuel computer
  • Power is derived from the NMEA 2000 interface
  • Genset data is distributed throughout the vessel over a single cable
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Maretron's J2K100 attaches directly into J1939 networks of compatible engines, transmissions, and gensets and converts the J1939 engine data to the NMEA 2000® marine digital interface. Critical engine, transmission, and genset data is then distributed throughout the vessel over a single cable where it can be monitored by any NMEA 2000® compatible display. All the information you need is available anywhere and everywhere you need it.The J2K100 only listens to the J1939 network and draws no power from it (power is derived from the NMEA 2000® interface). The J2K100 does not transmit any information over the J1939 network so it will not interfere with existing engine control or status data in any way.

The J2K100 can also be used as part of a complete fuel computer. Simply connect the J2K100 together with the Maretron universal display (DSM200) and GPS antenna/receiver (GPS100) and you have a system capable of displaying gallons per hour and/or miles per gallon.

Features:

  • AC Generator Current
  • AC Generator Frequency
  • AC Generator Voltage
  • Tachometer
  • Engine Hours
  • Coolant Pressure
  • Coolant Water Temperature
  • Engine Oil Pressure
  • Engine Oil Temperature
  • Boost Pressure
  • Fuel Rate Monitoring
  • Percent Engine Torque
  • Rated Engine Speed
  • VIN
  • Software ID
  • Transmission Gear
  • Transmission Oil Pressure
  • Transmission Oil Temperature

 

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Maretron J2K100 NMEA 2000 Gateway J2K100-01 J2K100 J1939 to NMEA2000 gateway
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