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AlbaCombi Configuration

AlbaCombi Web-based Interface

By April 27, 2021May 3rd, 2021No Comments

In this post, we want to show you the main parts of the web-based interface of the AlbaCombi.

First of all, you need to power your AlbaCombi. You can do this via your Powered NMEA2000 Network with a can bus or simply connect inputs 17 (Positive) and 18 (Negative) to 12 Volts Power supply. Once

Second, connect the ethernet cable to your computer and check you have your IP configuration right to detect the albacombi. Here you have a video about how to configure correctly:

Once connected you will navigate through the following pages:


On this screen you can see the Firmware Version. Check if you have the latest one

Also, you will see the serial number of your product. And the IP address of the AlbaCombi. If you connect two, three or more AlbaCombis, in this page you will assign the different IP address for each AlbaCombi.


You can save all your configuration in one file and restore it at any moment you need or upload it to another AlbaCombi unit. This means you are not going to waste time again for a similar configuration. If you power off the AlbaCombi or leave the AlbaCombi disconnected for some months, you don’t lose your configuration never because AlbaCombi has non-volatile memory.


In this page you will select the input you want to calibrate and you have connected the signal to the AlbaCombi

Once selected, you will see the following pages:

RPM page, you can calibrate two signals. You can create your own calibration curve or select predefined Sensor ( 4000RPM and 6000RPM)

RPMs Page (2 inputs)

Temperature Sensor PTC1000 calibration page:


Resistive or Voltage Sensors Page. You can calibrate up to 12 Voltage Sensors or 6 Resistive and 6 Voltage. Learn how to change to Resistive or Voltage mode in the following guide.

Like all the rest of the inputs, you can calibrate by yourself if the sensor is not on the list and create your own calibration curve. This means you can calibrate and measure almost any sensor you want (0-32 Volts and 0-600 Ohms) or if you have some of the standard VDO or Faria Gauges/Sensors you can use the predefined list and select one of them.

VDO Pressure Gauge and Faria Pressure Gauges:

VDO Temperature Gauges and Faria Temperature Gauges:

Transmission Gauges:


Once you have your sensors calibrated, it’s time to send the signal to your plotter or MFD via N2K network.

Select your PGN, configure and save. You will see the data in your plotter. (Remember to add in your plotter the data panel appropiate)


In this page you can create up to 20 displays to watch in your laptop, tablet or smartphone


Once you have created the displays you can view in the page Fullview