The comprehensive diesel fuel monitoring system for a single diesel engine and two fuel tanks uses fuel rate information from the fuel flow monitor (FFM100) combined with the vessels speed from the GPS antenna/receiver (GPS200) to provide fuel economy information (e.g., miles/gallon or kilometers/liter). In addition, tank monitors provide remaining fuel information so the display can compute distance and time to empty.
The following table shows the products included within this example system plus a list of the information or data available for display.
|Product||Description||Available Data List|
|DSM250||Display||Displays data in this list, monitors the data and sounds an internal buzzer if there is a problem|
|FFM100||Fluid Flow Monitor||Monitors fuel flow rate, supply fuel temperature, return fuel temperature, trip fuel used.|
|GPS200||Cabin top GPS||Position, speed over ground, course over ground, time, date, magnetic variation and more|
|FPM100||Tank Monitor||Monitors fuel level, fuel capacity, fuel remaining, for 2 tanks.|
The following screenshots (click to enlarge) are examples of how monitored data can be displayed on the DSM250.
COG Course Up Rose
Distance and Time to Empty
Fuel Economy and Temperature
Fuel Economy Digital
Fuel Economy Gauge
Fuel Economy Graph
Fuel Remaining and Total
Fuel Total Gauge
Lat and Lon
Local Time and Date
SOG and COG
Sunrise and Sunset
Supply and Return Fuel Temperature
Trip Fuel Used
UTC Time and Date