TMP100-01

Maretron TMP100 Temperature Module

Maretron TMP100 Temperature Module

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The Maretron TMP100 Temperature Module measures temperature from up to 6 temperature probes and reports the data over NMEA 2000 network.

Features

  • Supports up to 4 thermistor probes and 2 high temperature thermocouple probes
  • Designed to operate within the harsh demands of the marine environment
  • Optional thermistor probes cover a wide range of applications
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Maretron's TMP100 measures the temperature for up to 6 temperature probes and reports the information over an NMEA 2000 network. The TMP100 supports up to 4 thermistor probes and 2 high temperature thermocouple probes. Optional thermistor probes (-20 deg. C to 80 deg. C or -4 deg. F to 176 deg. F) cover a wide range of applications including cabin air temperature, engine room air temperature, refrigerator/freezer temperature, under bolt temperature (inverters, charges, pumps, motors, etc), tank temperatures (live well bait, hot water, etc) and air duct temperatures. The optimal thermocouple probes (0 deg. C to 900 deg. C or 32 deg. F to 1652 deg. F) are used to measure Exhaust Gas Temperature (EGT) as part of a comprehensive fuel management system.

The Maretron TMP100 has the following features. 

• NMEA 2000® Interface 

• Waterproof Connectors 

• Sealed Waterproof Enclosure 

• Opto-Isolated from NMEA 2000® Eliminating Potential Ground Loops 

• Six External Temperature Probes are Measured and Broadcast Over NMEA 2000®Network 

• Four Channels for Thermistor Probes and 2 Channels for High Temperature Thermocouple Probes 

• Wide Variety of Applications Supported with Optional Temperature Probes - Cabin Temperature - Engine Room Temperature - Under Bolt Temperature (Inverters, Chargers, Pumps, etc.) - Refrigerator/Freezer Temperature - Tank Temperatures (Live Well Bait, Hot Water, etc.) - Air Duct Temperature - Exhaust Gas Temperature - User Defined Temperature Types (#129-#144)

 • Optional Temperature Probes 

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