Veratron Linkup Gateway for Resistive Sensors to NMEA 2000
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The Veratron Linkup Gateway is designed to convert analog resistive signals from various sensors, such as fuel level, oil pressure, water level, temperature, trim tabs, and rudder angle, into digital NMEA 2000 data. This way, you can monitor and control your boat’s performance and status from any compatible display on board.
Converts analog resistive signals from various sensors into digital NMEA 2000 data
Easy to install and configure with a smartphone app and NFC technology
Range of 0 to 2k Ohms
Supports up to six inputs and six different NMEA 2000 PGNs
Compliant with the NMEA 2000 certification requirements and approved for engine compartments according to ISO8846:1990
Smart and cost-effective solution for integrating your analog sensors into your NMEA 2000 network
Plug-and-Play installation with Veratron Dipe-Pipe level sensors
The LinkUp Gateway - Resistive is easy to install and configure. It replaces the original wiring and delivers power to both the device and the sensor from the NMEA 2000 backbone. It is also compliant with the NMEA 2000 certification requirements and approved for engine compartments according to ISO8846:1990. You can customize the sensor curves and set up alarms using a smartphone app for Android or iOS. The device has a built-in passive NFC antenna, so you can wirelessly transfer the settings from your phone to the device by simply tapping it.
The LinkUp Gateway - Resistive is compatible with Veratron Dip-Pipe level sensors, which are specially designed for accurate and reliable measurement of liquid levels in tanks. You can also use other resistive sensors with a range of 0 to 2 kOhm. The device supports up to six inputs and can transmit up to six different NMEA 2000 PGNs (Parameter Group Numbers). The device dimensions are 125 mm x 32 mm (+cables) and the operating voltage is 12V (from NMEA 2000 network).