What are the “Gauge” inputs for on the EMU-1?
“Gauge” inputs are designed to be connected to existing (resistive type) engine senders, either with or without the engine gauge connected. In the case where no gauge is connected the EMU-1 automatically provides a current feed to the sender.
The EMU Configuration Tool allows the user to select the matching sender/gauge type from a defined list for each “Gauge” input. Ideally, please check regularly (once per month) that you have the latest version of the EMU Configuration Tool in order to have the latest supported gauge list.
If you have a gauge which is not supported, please contact Actisense Technical Support so your “new gauge” addition request a can be processed. The Actisense team will be updating the EMU Configuration Tool to support more gauge types based on customer feedback and requirements.
For more information on NMEA 2000 and how it works, please download our free guide to NMEA 2000 networking here: https://actisense.com/complete-guide-to-building-an-nmea-2000-network/