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Old 04-06-2016, 12:15 PM   #1
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Default Garmin product additions...Can port/engine data........and thru hull temp sensor.

1) Garmin will be adding a J1939 connection to the GPSMAP 7400 and 7600 chartplotter / xsv series to provide a dedicated CAN port for receiving engine data.

This port will be on the units starting in the 2ed quarter 2016.


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GTEMP10-TH Thru-hull Temp Sensor


https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/prod544177.html

The Easy Way to Know Accurate Water Temperatures

*Know the accurate temperature in your baitwell, livewell and for thru hull applications for the waters you are fishing
*High-sensitivity, fast response temperature sensing (-13 to 140 degrees F)



*Ability to name devices, such as “livewell port” and “baitwell starboard,” in multiple installation locations for easy reference (this feature is available on select devices)
*Robust mechanical design is easy to install
*Plug-and-play integration with NMEA 2000® network

Fishermen, both freshwater and saltwater, need to keep accurate tabs on the temperatures in their baitwells, livewells and the waters they are fishing. The GTEMP10-TH is the perfect solution. This high-sensitivity, fast response thru-hull temperature sensor provides NMEA 2000 data with the ability to name each device location, such as “livewell port” or “baitwell starboard,” when used in multiple installations. It has a robust mechanical design that is easy to install, and it’s built to last even in harsh saltwater environments. Smooth, flush bottom design decreases turbulence in thru-hull installations. Connects easily with simple plug-and-play integration to your NMEA 2000 network.


Compatible with all Garmin NMEA 2000- compatible chartplotter/sonar combo units.

Install in hulls or walls from 1/16 " to 1 5/8 ".

Dimensions:
Length: 2.8 in (70 mm)
Thread diameter: 1.0 in (25.1 mm)
Flange diameter: 1.5 in (39.3 mm)
Cable length: 6 ft (1.8 m)





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Have any good or bad feedback on this gtemp10 transmitter yet?
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looks plastic? I would not put one of those through the hull below the waterline. but that's just me!
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Have any good or bad feedback on this gtemp10 transmitter yet?
I have been running two of them in my livewells since last fall. Work great, no issues at all.
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I have been running two of them in my livewells since last fall. Work great, no issues at all.
Todd --

Does this sensor only work if in contact with water? Can it measure air temperatures? I was thinking of putting one in my fishbox to monitor the temperature.
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Todd --

Does this sensor only work if in contact with water? Can it measure air temperatures? I was thinking of putting one in my fishbox to monitor the temperature.
No problem, should work just fine with what you propose.
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Default J1939 port on xdv models

There is not much available about making the connections to this xsv J1939 port. It appears it's just a N2K connector, assuming it has a chip that does the proper conversion. The pinout is included in the manual. Instructions point out it needs power plus the can bus data.
So, if connecting to a Cummins QSB diesel view it seems power from that can bus network can be used, however concern is if the N2K is fed from one battery and the engine from another is there a risk? I haven't contacted Garmin yet, it's Saturday, but this is more curiosity now than anything.
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There is not much available about making the connections to this xsv J1939 port. It appears it's just a N2K connector, assuming it has a chip that does the proper conversion. The pinout is included in the manual. Instructions point out it needs power plus the can bus data.
So, if connecting to a Cummins QSB diesel view it seems power from that can bus network can be used, however concern is if the N2K is fed from one battery and the engine from another is there a risk? I haven't contacted Garmin yet, it's Saturday, but this is more curiosity now than anything.
Very good question. Thanks for asking it. Look forward to their reply.
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If you already have a CAN network from the engine that supplies power ...no additional power is required.


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