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Analog to NMEA2000 Converter Dual Engine Monitor Old Gauges Monitor Tanks Monitor Battery Monitor

AlbaCombi is a converter of analog signals to NMEA2000 which convert data from analogue engine gauges and senders to NMEA2000 data. Mainly it was designed for boats mainly up to two engines and up to 12 gauges. It is aimed at professionals or boat owners who want to be able to view their data accurately on their multifunction screen (Garmin, Raymarine, B&G, Simrad, Lowrance) and also on their computer.


Translate analogue signals from all over the boat to an NMEA2000®

The AlbaCombi translate analogue signals from all over the boat to an NMEA2000 bus. The AlbaCombi can be used to get engine data, tank levels, alarm status, generic pressure and temperature indications from any 4-20mA sensor.

Configuration and setup from PC and without any external calibration tools

The AlbaCombi has an Ethernet port that will allow web based calibration. Just connect your laptop to the AlbaCombi via Ethernet and you will get to the calibration and testing page. No calibration tools or special interfaces are required. This device is future proof and can be upgraded in the field via its Ethernet port.

Monitor all boat parameters anytime anywhere

With AlbaCombi you can monitor engine data, tank levels, alarm status, generic pressure and temperature not only from any multifunction display but also from any smartphone or personal device with an Internet connection.

Customize your monitoring interface

The AlbaCombi has an embedded monitoring web server that will allow you to create a full monitoring display with analog or digital gauges to be displayed on PC and Mac. Also, it will be possible to be displayed on iOS or Android devices like tablets or smartphones*.  Whether it’s onboard via WiFi or ashore via an Internet connection, you can see what is happening aboard your vessel. *For that you will need to connect the AlbaCombi to a router of a wi-fi access point.

Send up to 15 PGNs Signals to your MFD

With the AlbaCombi you get twelve 0V to 32V inputs that can be used for anything from reading voltages of batteries to interfacing with any analogue gauges. Six channels can be configured to measure resistance from any industry standard engine sensor. Also there are two RPM inputs, one PTC temperature input, one shunt and two relay outputs.

Calibrate your sender yourself or predefined gauges

All twelve resistance and voltage channels have a comprehensive calibration that allows you to create an 8-point calibration table or select a predefined industry standard calibration table for most common sensors and gauges like Faria or VDO. You can get engine data, tank levels, generic pressure, and temperature from any resistive, voltage sender or 4-20mA sender (additional resistor needed for 4-20mA sender)

albacombi inputs
Supply and Bus CAN NMEA2000 connections (Inputs 14,15,16,17,18)
Ethernet Port (Standard RJ45)
2 x RPM or Tacho Inputs
6 x Resistive or Voltage Inputs
6 x Voltage Inputs
2 x Relay Inputs
1 x PTC1000 Temperature Input

Main Specifications

Electrical Specifications:
Power supply: 9-32V DC from the NMEA2000 bus
Consumption: 150mA

Analog Inputs:
6 x Resistive (0 to 2000 Ohm) or Voltage (0 to 32V)
6 x Voltage (0 to 32V)
2 x RPM signals or Magnetic Sensor
1 x Temperature PTC1000
1 x Shunt Current 100mV

Data Connectivity:
Ethernet Port (To connect directly to your laptop or computer)
Isolated CAN NMEA2000

PGNs Supported:
PGN 127488 – Engine Parameters, Rapid Update
PGN 127489 – Engine Parameters, Dynamic
PGN 127493 – Transmission Parameters, Dynamic
PGN 127505 – Fluid Level
PGN 127508 – Battery Status
PGN 130314 – Pressure
PGN 130316 – Temperature, Extended Range
PGN 130576 – Trim Tab Status

Mechanical specifications:
Dimensions: 105 x 86 x 59 mm (DIN 43880 size 6)
Weight: 230 gr.
Rail Mount: DIN Rail Clip EN 50.022
Working temperature: -15ºC to +55ºC