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Old 03 March 2006, 15:08   #1
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NMEA 2000 Fuel Flow

I just updated the software on my Lowrance 332C chartplotter/sonar unit and noticed a new menu option, NMEA 2000 where fuel flow / level sensors are mentioned - has anybody used one of these / or another brand NMEA 2000 fuel flow sensor? Sounds like a nice, cheap way to get fuel info on my dash!

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Old 05 March 2006, 09:25   #2
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I think you have to invest in the basic NMEA network bus they do, dont know cost but it's basically a way of linking all your independant Lowrance kit to gether.

I'd also noticed the fuel flow transducer thought exactly as you have. Will do some fishing.
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