Author Topic: 899 NMEA 2000 Tank Level Sensor  (Read 1114 times)

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Offline 97Aero

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899 NMEA 2000 Tank Level Sensor
« on: January 16, 2014, 09:01:35 PM »
Just purchased a EP-65R tank level cable for my NMEA backbone. The 899 recognizes that its on the network although I do not have any reading on any instrument I configure for a tank. Not sure where to go here. I kinda just figured it would work. My tank is reading about half with a measured resistance of 178 ohms which should be close. The cable is hooked up correctly with no other devices on the tank outputs.

Any ideas anyone?
Thanks




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