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Old 03 November 2010, 05:58   #11
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Very nice!
Perhaps a bit posh for a Searider though and the PDF suggests it won't display fuel level/range with my motor

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MercMonitor is an affordable, high-value digital vessel monitoring system...
I reckon the cost is going to be scary. Any Merc dealers out there care to quote a price for it?
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Old 04 November 2010, 04:39   #12
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Very nice!
Perhaps a bit posh for a Searider though and the PDF suggests it won't display fuel level/range with my motor
It will covert the Smartcraft data to NMEA so that your chartplotter can display tank levels though!

As you say it's a long and expensive way to sort it out!
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Old 04 November 2010, 05:30   #13
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It will covert the Smartcraft data to NMEA so that your chartplotter can display tank levels though!

As you say it's a long and expensive way to sort it out!
Yes, I'm probably better off using the Garmin GFS10 fuel flow sensor for this, which takes me full circle, as this was my original plan, until I realised the motor was Smartcraft enabled (for what that's worth ).
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Old 04 November 2010, 08:55   #14
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I have got a boxed SC100 Smartcraft Speedo and tacho set if you are interested
I will check but I think it has data cable as well as paddle wheel/oil and fuel tank loom in the pack and air temp sensor

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on the speedometer you have the setting XXkm/l and next to that AVG with a number - I know suppose that AVG means AVERAGE but the number is it the amount of liter in ONE hour or based on X number of kms/miles?
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