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What is needed to configure the EMU-1

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The Actisense Toolkit configures the EMU-1 – please see the Toolkit Manual for further details of how to use this software.

To change the default settings in the EMU-1 to match your installation the Actisense NGT-1 is required.  It would be advantageous to leave the NGT-1 on-board as it is a great NMEA 2000 diagnostic tool when working with our freely available software NMEA Reader.  As your NMEA 2000/SeaTalkNG network grows, being able to see what messages and devices are on your network will become vital to help you understand any issues.

The Actisense NGT-1 is a very versatile PC Interface that works with a wide range of Windows software.  Please look at the software compatibility page for a list of the software that can be used.

NGT-1’s use a baud rate of 115200, which is ideal for use on an NMEA 2000 network with a peak bus load below 50%. NMEA Reader displays the current “NMEA 2000 Bus Load” to help the user understand if the peak bus load is above 50%, and if so allow the user to change the NGT-1 baud rate to 230400 baud rate.

EMU-1 Default Configuration

To help you decide if you need to change the settings in the EMU-1, please refer to the default configuration below.

EMU-1 input

Setting

G1 – Gauge 1

Temperature Sender, 287 – 22 Ohm, VDO (40 – 120 degC) Euro

G2 – Gauge 2

Oil Pressure Sender, 10 – 180 Ohm, VDO (0 – 80 PSI / 0 – 5 Bar) Euro

G3 – Gauge 3

Disabled without configuration

G4 – Gauge 4

Disabled without configuration

G5 – Gauge 5

Disabled without configuration

G6 – Gauge 6

Disabled without configuration

A1 – Alarm 1

Disabled without configuration

A2 – Alarm 2

Disabled without configuration

A3 – Alarm 3

Disabled without configuration

A4 – Alarm 4

Disabled without configuration

T1 – Tacho 1

Alternator, ‘W’ connection – 11.78 Pulses Per Revolution (PPR)

T2 – Tacho 2

Disabled without configuration

X1 – Aux 1

Not in use (not configurable).  Reserved for future feature addition.

X2 – Aux 2

Not in use (not configurable).  Reserved for future feature addition.

What these setting look like in Toolkit:

EMU-1 Default Settings

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