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Old 10-01-2020, 10:17 AM   #21
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If you want to go the N2K route, Yacht Devices has both a temp sensor and EGT sensor that would install directly into your backbone. Data can be displayed and alarmed on most MFDs.
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Old 10-01-2020, 08:10 PM   #22
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Lost a fan belt and didn't notice the temp gauge until it was pegged at 250.
I asked my wife "Do you hear a funny noise?" Response, "Yes"
It was the buzzer under the dash happily buzzing away and blending very well with the twin Lehmans.

I will be adding a piezo screamer. (Will probably add a relay to drive piezo alarm at Helm & bridge and also LED's)
Piezio Look for a wARBLER type.
I used to work in a noisy environment. Both headphones and earplugs were often needed. THe monotone piezios could barely be heard but the warblers
were easily heard. The monotone just blended in with the other noise.

At least where I worked the warblers direction could also be quickly determined but the monos would take some searching.
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Piezio Look for a wARBLER type.
I used to work in a noisy environment. Both headphones and earplugs were often needed. THe monotone piezios could barely be heard but the warblers
were easily heard. The monotone just blended in with the other noise.

At least where I worked the warblers direction could also be quickly determined but the monos would take some searching.
Absolutely! I've upgraded mine and it made a huge difference, but my boat is a bit noisy to begin with.
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