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Digital Water Temperature Gauge and Alarm
Waterproof front case
- Operating Voltage:
- 9.5 - 33.0 VDC
- Current Drain:
- 0.018 amps nominal
- 4 digit LCD, 5 levels of backlighting
- Temperature 32 to 300 degrees F (0 to 150 deg C) +/- 0.5 deg F
- Built-in calibration curves for all popular senders
- Data Ouput:
- NMEA 0183 serial 4800 BAUD
- Built-in 85 dB audible alarm. Settable high and low temperature alarms.
- If NMEA 0183 serial data is not required, this output terminal may ba user programmed as an external alarm output.
- 2.5" dia X 4.1" deep (61mm x 104mm)
- 2-1/8" (55mm) round hole
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T60 The T60 Temperature Gauge displays engine oil or water temperature in degrees F or C. It has built-in calibration curves for most popular temperature senders manufactured by VDO, Teleflex, Faria, Stewart-Warner and others (sender not provided). The sender type is easily selected with the front panel keys. Low and High temperature alarms can be set over the entire range of the instrument/sender. When activated, the T60 built-in 85 dB alarm will sound and the display will flash. The alarms can be enabled or disabled with a single key press. Five levels of backlighting can be selected and all set-up, calibrations constants, alarm values, and sender type is saved to non-volatile memory. Data is output on an NMEA 0183 compatible serial data output.
All constants and calibrations are pre-set during manufacture but you may alter these settings to suit your particular needs. Calibrations can be altered over a wide range using the front-panel switches. All information is automatically saved to non-volatile memory.
With a press of the button you can display temperature (in deg F or C), High and Low temperature alarm set-points.
The T60 draws only 0.017 amps and 5 levels of backlight (including OFF) can be selected from the front panel and is saved to non-volatile memory.
The T60 outputs engine temperature on the standard NMEA 0183 serial data line at 4800 BAUD.
This ASCII information can be used to log performance or repeat the display information at a remote location
on the CruzPro RP30 and/or RP110 data repeaters (see www.cruzpro.com/rp30.html and www.cruzpro.com/rp110.html).
If NMEA 0183 serial data
is not required, then the output terminal can be programmed as an external alarm output pin.
T60 Connection Diagram
Connecting the CruzPro ER-1 External Relay module to the NMEA 0183/External Alarm Output
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