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Mate
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎01-28-2012

ICOM gages interface with my wellcraft

I have two new 300's we put on my 2002 Wellcraft 290 coastal.  We changed out the gages and installed the ICOM gages, not the ICOM control but three gages.  I had two Ficht 250's on it previsouly.  Was wondering about hooking up the depth/speed transducer and level sensors in the two oil tanks.   Any experince with the interface required on these?

 

Thanks,  Mike

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Admiral
Posts: 8,027
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: ICOM gages interface with my wellcraft

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The two level sensors should not be a probleml. The speed/depth  transducer would have to be acertified NMEA2000 component to network into the system, which it probably is not.. 

 

 

 


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