E70227

Raymarine ECI-100 Universal Engine & Control Interface

Raymarine ECI-100 Universal Engine & Control Interface

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The Raymarine ECI-100 Universal Engine & Control Interface is an innovative and affordable solution for bridging engine instrumentation and drive-by-wire steering with Raymarine autopilot and navigation systems.

Features

  • Access easy to customize displays to show engine performance data
  • View engine information displays on smart phone or tablet with Raymarine mobile apps
  • Offers reliable integration with Raymarine's latest generation of multifunction displays
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A simple isolated CAN Bus solution, the ECI-100 offers reliable integration with Raymarine's latest generation of multifunction displays and also delivers a seamless autopilot steering interface to Raymarine's Evolution EV-2 Drive By Wire autopilot system.

Benefits:

  • A simple, single point of connection for engine data and drive-by-wire autopilot control
  • Affordable and uncomplicated solution eliminates the need for multiple engine and autopilot gateways
  • Brings Raymarine's Evolution 9-axis sensor and adaptive autopilot control to drive-by-wire propulsion without the need for a proprietary autopilot gateway
  • View engine data displays and enjoy full autopilot control alongside Raymarine's industry-leading radar, sonar and navigation technologies using a single touch screen display.
  • From our space saving aSeries, to our flagship big screen gS Series, engine information displays and autopilot control are available on any display running LightHouse v8 or later
  • Access easy to customize displays to show engine performance data, fuel consumption, alarms, and much more
  • View engine information displays on your smart phone or tablet with Raymarine mobile apps
  • Simple to install ECI-100 makes engine and navigation integration a reality for virtually any size vessel



ECI-100 Engine Data Parameters
The ECI-100 Universal Engine and Control Interface identifies the following parameters:

  • Engine speed
  • Engine oil temperature
  • Engine temperature
  • Engine oil pressure
  • Engine coolant pressure
  • Engine fuel rate
  • Boost pressure
  • Battery potential
  • Transmission oil pressure
  • Transmission oil temperature
  • Total engine hours
  • Fuel tank level
  • Trip fuel used (calculated by ECI-100)
  • Alternator potential
  • Engine torque
  • Engine percent load
  • Transmission gear
  • VIN (not shown on the display)
  • Software number (not shown on the display)


Simple Integration, Powerful Performance
The ultra-compact ECI-100 connects directly to the industry-standard NMEA2000 or SAE* J1939 Engine Data Bus used by major marine engine manufacturers including:

  • Volvo Penta
  • Yamaha Marine (Command Link Plus only)
  • Caterpillar
  • Yanmar Marine


Raymarine is committed to delivering seamless integration with leading marine engines. Visit www.raymarine.com for the latest engine compatibility information.

An industry standard DeviceNet port connects the ECI-100 to manufacturerspecific CAN bus cabling. The ECI-100 then connects to NMEA2000 networks using the SeaTalkng cabling system. Each of the ECI-100's isolated ports is powered independently ensuring reliable, worry-free performance from both navigation electronics and engine systems.

* SAE - Society of Automotive Engineers standard

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