Power supply: 9-32V DC from the NMEA2000 bus
- 6 x Resistive (0 to 600 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
- Ethernet Port (To connect directly to your laptop or computer)
- Isolated CAN NMEA2000
- 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
Dimensions: 105 x 86 x 59 mm (DIN 43880 size 6). You can download the 3D model here
Weight: 230 gr.
Rail Mount: DIN Rail Clip EN 50.022
Working temperature: -15ºC to +55ºC
- 1 x Albacombi
- 1 x Raymarine Starter Kit SeatalkNG NMEA2000 (Ref: T70134)
- 1 x Raymarine Spur Cable SeatalkNG (Ref: A06043)
- 1 x Rail Mount
- 1 x Manual Guide (English)
- For RPM the Alba-Combi can handle a maximum input signal of 4000hz. This equates to about 60 pulses per revolution at 4000 rpm, anything higher than that will not be compatible. For example, if the RPM sensor is reading the teeth of the flywheel and say we have 120 teeth and the max rpm is 4000 rpm, that will equate to 120 pulses-rpm * (4000rpm/60sec) = 8000 pulses-per-revolution or 8000hz, this will not be compatible with the Alba-Combi for RPM sensing. If this is the case, as an alternative, you can often connect to the Ignition Coil of a gas engine. You can also connect to the W connection of the alternator as described in the Alba-Combi Manual.
- For 4-20mA sensors, you will need to add a 250 ohms, 1% tolerance resistor and then create a calibration table with two points, 1 and 5 volts that will correspond with the maximum and minimum values of the sensor.
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