Want to see your SmartCraft engine data on your non Mercury display? The Mercury NMEA 2000 Gateway converts your engine and system data into NMEA 2000 protocol so your non-Mercury gauges and displays (such as chartplotters) can read it. The Gateway allows SC1000 Tachometer and Speedometer data to be displayed on NMEA 2000 compliant devices. This tool also lets you display NMEA 2000 devices, such as trim tabs, on your SmartCraft gauges.
The NMEA 2000 Gateway can be used in single through quad Smartcraft compatible engine applications.
What is NMEA 2000?
NMEA stands for National Marine Electronics Association. NMEA created a standard based on CAN technology. This standard focuses on safety as a priority. NMEA 2000 is an open protocol - not proprietary such as SmartCraft, Simrad, etc. This means any manufacturer can create a product that will talk on this network. NMEA 2000 is used by a number of different gauge and systems manufacturers - a combined electrical and data network for communication between marine electronic devices such as depth finders, nautical chart plotters, navigation instruments, engines, tank level sensors, and GPS receivers.
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