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Rudder Adapter YDRA-01
The NMEA 2000 Rudder Angle Adapter YDRA-01 allows you to connect an existing resistive type rudder angle sensor installed on a rudder and supply NMEA 2000 autopilots, chart plotters and other devices with the rudder angle. Can be used with a rudder angle sensor with maximal resistance less than 400 Ohm, including EU or US standard sensors, and with 0-5V voltage output sensors. The Adapter can work in parallel with an existing analog gauge.
The NMEA 2000 Rudder Angle Adapter YDRA-01 allows you to connect an existing resistive type rudder angle sensor installed on a rudder and supply NMEA 2000 autopilots, chart plotters and other devices with the rudder angle.
The Device can be used with a rudder angle sensor with maximal resistance less than 400 Ohm, including European (10 to 180 Ohm range) or American (240 to 33 Ohm range) standard sensors, and with 0-5V voltage output sensors.
The Adapter can be installed as a standalone measuring device, or work together with a digital gauge, or in parallel with an existing analog gauge (2-coils and 1-coils gauges are supported, see Picture 2). If you have a combined gauge where you choose the value to display with a button, the Adapter will smoothly work with it, too.
NMEA2000 Micro Male, RayMarine Seatalk NG
Exhaust Gas Sensor YDGS-01
The Sensor measures the temperature of extremely hot gases, solids and liquids within the range from 0 to +800 °C (+32 to 1472 °F). The Sensor can be configured by the user to display data as “Exhaust gas temperature”, “Air temperature”, “Heating system temperature”, “Engine room temperature”, etc. The Device is plug and play; you only need to plug it into a NMEA 2000 backbone to get readings on all chart plotters.
J1708 Engine Gateway YDES-04
A gateway for engines with a J1708 serial interface to a NMEA 2000 marine digital network. It supports the two protocols that work over J1708: the standard J1587 used by many manufacturers and the proprietary Volvo Penta protocol used in engines with EDC I, for example KAD 44 and KAD 300. A J1708 interface is used for connection of gauges, electronic displays, diagnostics equipment and other vehicle modules. This interface was very popular until 2005-2007, when it began to be quickly replaced by the J1939 protocol that is based, the same as NMEA 2000, on a faster CAN network.
The Barometer is intended for measuring atmospheric pressure within the range from 300 to 1100 hPa (mbar). The sensor is located inside the device case. Many chartplotters and digital navigation instruments are able to display data on pressure in the form of graphs or show a trend indicator; this allows tracking of trends in the weather change. The Device dimensions, including the connector, are 54x20x20mm, the mass is only 11 grams, so it is suitable for racing yachts. Pressure data output resolution 0.01 hPa (mbar), absolute measurement accuracy is ±1 hPa, relative measurement accuracy is ±0.12 hPa.