The FloNETŪ Diesel Series is designed to interface with a NMEA 2000 network.
The FloNET Interface hub takes current fuel rate values and broadcasts it to the
network via PGN 65280 (FloScan Fuel Rate) and PGN 65281 (FloScan Fuel Total).
The data is also broadcast simultaneously under PGN 127489 (Engine Parameters
Dynamic) and PGN 127497 (Engine Trip Parameters).
Marine electronics manufacturers can now incorporate FloScan
fuel flow information as part of their product offering. Garmin, Lowrance,
Maretron and Krill Systems are a few of the manufacturers that offer immediate
product compatibility. Data that can be displayed by these manufacturers may
- Gallons/Liters per hour
- Gallons/Liters consumed
- Gallons/Liters remaining
- Nautical miles per gallon / Liters per nautical mile
- Distance to empty
NOTE: Please refer to your manufacturer's
product manual to confirm fuel flow display options.
Fits virtually all marine diesel engines rated from 25 hp - 6000 hp.
Models available for single or twin engine applications.
FloNET Hub Installation
Connects to the NMEA 2000 trunk line via DeviceNETŪ cabling and
connectors. Power and ground requirements supplied via trunk line connection.
Flow Sensor Installation
Engine details (make / model / hp rating) will determine whether the
Standard Flow or High Flow Sensor System is used. Flow sensors connect directly
to the FloNET interface hub. Power and ground requirements supplied via trunk
NMEA 2000 Specifications
Parameter Group Numbers - 65280 / 65281 / 127489 & 127497
FloScan Manufacturer Code - 192
FloScan Product Code - 5872
2000 Compatible Products
FloScan has teamed up
with top marine equipment manufacturers to bring you fuel flow data on a variety
of displays that you already own or plan to purchase.
4200 Series and
GMI 10 Series
LCX Series and
DSM 200 Series
DSM 250 Series
Adobe Reader is required to read the manuals
for Diesel Models
Standard Flow Diesel Sensor Dimensions
High Flow Diesel Sensor Dimensions
FloNET Installation Manuals
Click here to view our new installation video which outlines a Series K system
installation showing both plumbing and wiring procedures for the standard flow
and high flow sensor models. The new Series K fuel flow sensor design also
enhances system performance and accuracy. Best of all, the simplified procedures
allow for do-it-yourself installation.