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Skipper
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎01-01-2018

ETEC 15HO on NMEA

I purchased a 15ETEC HO this past spring for trolling lake Michigan. I have a Humminbird Helix10 which will display my 200G2 information. This unit supports a second motor and I would like to get my 15 Kicker motor on this display; however, the ETEC 15 does not natively sit on NMEA. I"m seeking a recommendation to convert the analog signals for RPM's to NMEA so I can display on my Helix10. Any help would be appreciated....

 

Thanks,

Craig

Skipper
Posts: 11
Registered: ‎10-14-2018

Re: ETEC 15HO on NMEA

The smaller motors don't support NEMA, so I don't think there is an easy way to do what you want.(if at all)

Captain
Posts: 25
Registered: ‎09-04-2018

Re: ETEC 15HO on NMEA

Such animals exist, one type is the NoLand Engineering "RS11 Engine Data Converter" that converts tachometer signals and other analog gauge voltages from virtually any engine into CANbus digital messages (NMEA 2000).  Whether that is the best, or low cost option, for your use ... no idea!

Admiral
Posts: 7,709
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: ETEC 15HO on NMEA

 

 

If you are only looking for the rpm, an inexpensive Tiny-Tach with one wire would work for you plus shows the running hours for less than $50

 

https://www.tinytach.com/gasoline-tinytach

 

 

 


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