Configuring with Maretron USB100
Maretron do not publish the details of how to use their USB100 (unlike
we do with the NGT-1), so we are unable to use it with our EMU-1 Config
Many customers have given us great feedback about the
NGT-1 and our freely available NMEA Reader software that allows you to
see all of the messages and devices on your network. The NGT-1 is also a very valuable NMEA 2000 diagnostic tool with the ability to receive and transmit every currently available PGN in the NMEA 2000 Specification, as well as being able to update
and configure the EMU-1 and NGW-1 remotely (and any new Actisense NMEA 2000 devices that
we add in the future).
Configuring The EMU-1 with more than 1 Engine
A single EMU-1 can be used to monitor up to two engines, so long as they both share the same power supply. For installations where this is not the case, a dedicated EMU-1 will be needed for each engine. This article will explain how to set up your ...
Configuring the NGT-1
The Application that is being used with the NGT-1 is responsible for configuring the NGT-1 for each session when it opens up the COM port to the NGT-1. For example, NMEA Reader by default will set the NGT-1 to 'Receive:All'. This means that the NGT-1 ...
What is needed to configure the EMU-1
The Actisense Toolkit configures the EMU-1 - please see the Toolkit Manual for further details of how to use this software. For further information on the default configuration of the EMU-1, and using an NGT-1 to perform the configuration, please ...
Data not displayed from EMU-1
When the engine information you were expecting from the EMU-1 isn't available on your Multi-Function Display (MFD), we recommend checking the configuration settings of your MFD to ensure it has been setup correctly to receive data from the EMU-1. ...
Linux USB Drivers
All of our USB products (USG-1, NGT-1-USB, NGW-1-USB and NDC-4-USB) can be used in Linux as the FTDI USB chip we use in our products is supported in Linux. In fact as of Linux Kernel v4.0, our devices will be supported without any work being required ...