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    Has anyone found a good fuel computer that i can easily hook into a network? And for a reasonable price?

    Tundra_honky

    #2
    Depends on the year of the boat and type of fuel, as well as the type of network you have (NMEA-2000, Garmin, NavNet, Lowrance, etc); most late model gas and diesel engines (say, 2005 and newer or so) are NMEA-2000 compliant and will readily hook into a network. Older/analog engines can use interface boxes to convert the analog signal that go to your dash into NMEA-2000 compatible data.

    Floscan makes a NMEA-2000 unit for diesel engines.

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      #3
      Floscans are the best quality but definitely not for the frugal boater. Try looking at the digital guages from Lowrance.

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        #4
        Maretron recently came out with a NMEA-2000 fuel measurement system that is somewhat less expensive than flowscan.

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