TLM100-01

Maretron TLM100 Tank Level Monitor

Maretron TLM100 Tank Level Monitor

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The Maretron TLM100 Tank Level Monitor uses ultrasonic technology to transmit liquid levels over an NMEA 2000 network.

Features

  • Observe tank levels anywhere on the vessel
  • Can be used for diesel, fresh water, grey water, black water, and oil tanks
  • Optional airlock for black water applications to keep the face of the ultrasonic transmitter from fouling
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 The TLM100 is capable of sensing tanks up to 40" (1.02m) in depth and display the information with an NMEA 2000 compatible display like the DSM250. Unlike most tank senders that only work with rectangular tanks, the TLM100 can be calibrated for irregular tank shapes so you know the true level of your tanks. The TLM100 can be mounted on tanks with a SAE J1810 5-hole mounting pattern, or to tanks using 1.5" NPT or 1.25" BSP threaded openings via available adapters.

The TLM100 has an optional airlock for black water applications to keep the face of the ultrasonic transmitter from fouling, and an optional focus tube to allow use on boats with planing hulls when the vessel spends a significant amount of time with the bow pitched up. Best of all, the TLM100 is NMEA 2000 certified so you can view any and all tank levels anywhere on the vessel using a compatible NMEA 2000 display. The TLM100 is a key component of Maretron's N2KView vessel monitoring and control system.

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Maretron TLM100 Tank Level Monitor TLM100-01 TLM100 tank level monitor, 40" depth max, no gas
$210.35
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