Teensy 4.0 NMEA 2000 Simulator
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The NMEA 2000 simulator uses the Teensy 4.0 module (included in the scope of delivery). It is useful for testing NMEA 2000 devices on the bench. Six PGNs are adjustable via potentiometers and two per onboard switches. We also provide open-source firmware, which allows adding and modifying NMEA 2000 PGNs.
NMEA 2000 is a marine networking standard designed and managed by the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA). The NMEA is an association of marine electronics manufacturers, dealers, and technicians.
The NMEA 2000 standard defines a low-cost, modest capacity, bi-directional, multi-transmitter, multi-receiver instrument network. The hardware layer is based on CAN (Controller Area Network). Typical data on an NMEA 2000 network include position latitude and longitude, GPS status, steering commands to autopilots, waypoint lists, wind sensor data, engine sensor data, depth sounder sensor data, and battery status data.
- Teensy 4.0 module (installed)
- Teensy pre-programmed with simulator firmware
- 250kb/s CAN speed
- Open source firmware
- Micro-C connector
- 6x potentiometers for PGN adjustment
- Two LED indicator
- Two push button
- Firmware Features :
- Adjustable PGN parameters via potentiometers
- PGN 130310 Water temperature
- PGN 130306 Wind speed and direction
- PGN 127488 Engine RPM
- PGN 129026 COG and SOG
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