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Old 05-19-2008, 05:04 PM
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Default Yamaha NMEA2000 output data

All,

I'm Looking to find out what data a Yamaha F150 (command link capable, thus 2006 or greater model year) outputs on the NEMA 2000 buss.

Has anyone connected one of these to any electronics that display engine data, if so what data do you get specifically? for example to you get: water temp? rpms? fuel burn rate? voltage? etc.

If you've got it configured to a Raymarine multifunction display I'd love to talk with you if you have the time.

Thanks much for any info.
Old 05-19-2008, 06:26 PM
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Default RE: Yamaha NMEA2000 output data

Upgraded the Lowrance LCX-19C to an LCX-112C. Set up an NMEA2K network, with engine data from both engines going to the LCX-112C (and the LMF-400).

I currently display: RPM; fuel rate; engine temp; oil pressure; boost pressure; and alternator voltage. Not sure if there were other parameters available - you have to select the ones you want to display.

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Old 05-29-2008, 07:34 PM
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I just recieved my Yamaha interface cable to go with my lx26c but it has no directions where is the plug connector located on the motor?

is there any programing needed

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Default Re: Yamaha NMEA2000 output data

No programming required with the interface, you will have to add the overlay data or gauges you want on your desired page. Very straight forward install once you figure out where to plug the cable in (compatible plug under the front of your engine). There is a very helpful thread on this site that covers the actual installation.

There is a ton of engine data available including voltage, RPM, fuel burn rate, MPG, oil temp, hours, etc.

I really like the interface, it is the best $40.00 I've spent in a long time.

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Default Re: Yamaha NMEA2000 output data

Can you find that thread? I'd like to read it. I've read every one (I think) and haven't found anyone to definitively give an answer on what the C/L hub will input and output.

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I found this link on the Walleye Central board and posted it on the Pathfinder board that might be useful.

http://www.mbcboats.com/fusionbb/sho...php?tid/28390/
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Default Re: Yamaha NMEA2000 output data

Brian - Can you confirm if your temperature reading is correct?

Through the link jfpatton posted and some other research there is information that the temperature data output from the F150 is either not accurate or the message format (or PGN) such that what is displayed is not the actual temperature of the engine.


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