Sponsored Content – Written in partnership with Airmar: Enhance Your Boating Experience with SmartBoat and Diesel Flow Meters


Feb 20, 2024

In the realm of marine technology, simplicity and cost-effectiveness are paramount. Enter SmartBoat® and the revolutionary Diesel Flow Meters by Airmar, offering boat owners seamless integration and precise monitoring capabilities.

Streamlined Connectivity with SmartBoat

SmartBoat simplifies the process of connecting analog and digital sensors to your NMEA 2000® network. The Airmar SmartBoat Module (ASM) eliminates the need for additional hardware or software, making it a favorite among dealers and installers in the retrofit market. Its ability to support various sensor types without costly gateways reduces clutter and expenses, ensuring compatibility with legacy vessels. Notably, SmartBoat stands out as the only solution offering NMEA 2000, NMEA 0183, J1939, and J1587 support in a single module.

Precision Monitoring of Diesel Fuel Consumption
Airmar’s SmartFlex™ Diesel Flow Meters (DFMs) represent a leap forward in fuel monitoring technology. These cutting-edge sensors seamlessly integrate with the award-winning Airmar SmartBoat Modules through a digital interface, offering unmatched precision and efficiency. With models catering to various flow rate requirements (1 to 4000 liters/hour), Airmar DFMs are setting new standards in accuracy, ease of installation, cost-effectiveness, and fuel system longevity.

Unique. Powerful. Universal. Expandable.
From setting up a basic NMEA 2000 network for a small vessel to efficiently managing an entire fleet of workboats, SmartBoat and Diesel Fuel Meters are a versatile and powerful solution. With their seamless integration and precision monitoring capabilities, they empower boaters to navigate with confidence and efficiency, regardless of the scale of their operation.


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