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Old 25-03-2009, 11:34   #1
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Yanmar Vitals on E120 Plotter

lOOKING FOR A PIECE OF EQUIPMENT THAT WOULD ENABLE ME TO SEE MY 4JH4 HTE 110HP YANMAR VITALS ON MY E120 SCREEN VIA THE SEATALK TRUNK. ANY ONE INVENTED THIS WHEEL YET

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Old 25-03-2009, 12:10   #2
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Ive seen it, but sorry I cannot tell you where- I also would like to do the same
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Maretron have one that will output NMEA 2000 so you should be able to hook it up to an ST70.
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You have to replace all the engine sending units to NMEA senders. If you dont have the E12 turned on you wont know what the oil PSI is.
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You have to replace all the engine sending units to NMEA senders. If you dont have the E12 turned on you wont know what the oil PSI is.
I don't think that's true. From Maretron's web site"

"EMS100 - NMEA 2000® Engine Monitoring System
Maretron's EMS100 plugs directly into engine wiring harnesses and converts analog signals such as water temperature and oil pressure to the new marine digital interface (NMEA 2000®). Critical engine data is then distributed throughout the vessel over a single cable where it can be monitored by any NMEA 2000® compatible display. All the information you need is available anywhere and everywhere you need it.
The EMS100 is compatible with existing instrument panels and key switches so you don't need to remove them while upgrading to newer digital technology. For new installations, the EMS100 and a compatible NMEA 2000® display can replace the traditional analog instrument panel."


Says it supports the JH series Yanmars
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Old 26-03-2009, 03:46   #6
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I don't think that's true. From Maretron's web site"

"EMS100 - NMEA 2000® Engine Monitoring System
Maretron's EMS100 plugs directly into engine wiring harnesses and converts analog signals such as water temperature and oil pressure to the new marine digital interface (NMEA 2000®). Critical engine data is then distributed throughout the vessel over a single cable where it can be monitored by any NMEA 2000® compatible display. All the information you need is available anywhere and everywhere you need it.
The EMS100 is compatible with existing instrument panels and key switches so you don't need to remove them while upgrading to newer digital technology. For new installations, the EMS100 and a compatible NMEA 2000® display can replace the traditional analog instrument panel."


Says it supports the JH series Yanmars
whats it cost?
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Cool, sounds ease! do that then
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Thanks Ziggy, I will look into that
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The Maretron EMS100 lists at around $500, but can be had for under $400:

$387.90 at
Maretron EMS100-01 EMS100 NMEA 2000 Engine Monitoring System

$394.95 at
Maretron EMS100 Engine Monitoring System

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In addition to the EMS100, you also need the cable harness, also a Maretron part. It's about $200. I just installed this system and I'm still working out the kinks. Right now the tachometer isn't properly calibrated.
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Thanks jshukis, did you need some kind of calibration tool to set all the parameters? or was it just plug and play in line with the existing control panel, my new panel has no qauges, just lights, simple deal for such a high end engine.
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What kind of engine control panel do you have? My H49 came with a NMEA 2000 - I5600 engine control display and for me I just need two cables from marelon - about $50 if Remeber correctly. I have a black box from an outfit in FL that converts all engine annalog signals to NMEA 2000. I can look the name of the company if want.

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In addition to the EMS100, you also need the cable harness, also a Maretron part. It's about $200. I just installed this system and I'm still working out the kinks. Right now the tachometer isn't properly calibrated.
Howdy, New member here. How is this working out for you? Have you had much luck? I am looking to purchace this for my 4JH4E on my Irwin 38CC. I also have a RayMarine display. My Maretron dealer says this is a slick system but has not installed one yet. Just looking for feedback and maybe a couple of screen shots!

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