The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) recently announced that five new Lowrance Electronics products are now NMEA 2000 Certified. NMEA 2000 newly certified equipment from Lowrance includes the EP-10 Fuel Flow, EP-15 Fluid Level, EP-20 Engine Interface, EP-25 Speed, and the EP-35 Temp. These devices represent the first of the Electronic Probe (EP) series of devices from Lowrance.

The EP-10 Fuel Flow reports high-precision fuel flow and tank, trip, and seasonal fuel used onto the NMEA 2000 bus. The EP-15 Fluid Level connects to any standard marine level sender to output current fluid level onto NMEA 2000 bus and is configurable for various fluid instances. The product transmits fluid levels of fuel, fresh water, waste water and live well, oil and black water. The EP-20 Engine Interface connects to various OEM engines with a digital output port and transmits engine trim, RPM, engine hours and temperature, fuel flow, voltage, fuel used and engine warnings and diagnostics over the NMEA 2000 bus. The EP-25 Speed is a paddlewheel speed sensor that transmits water reference speed over the NMEA 2000 bus, and the EP-35 is a NMEA 2000 temperature sensor.

For more information, please call 410-975-9425 or visit www.nmea.org.