The new Mercury Gateway (single & multi engine) converts engine and system data to NMEA 2000* protocol for use on non-Mercury gauges and displays.
Out/In Multi and Single Engine Information (Features available depend on engine and installation)
- Multiple Tank Levels
- Oil Pressure
- GPS Speed/COG/Lat-Lon
- Coolant Temperature
- Tank Level Fuel
- Sea Water Temp
- Trim Position
- Paddle speed
- Water Pressure
- Pitot speed
- Check Engine Alarm
- Rudder Angle
- Fuel Flow
- Gear Pressure
- Engine hours
- Gear Temp
- Boost Pressure
- Fuel Pressure
- Oil Temperature
The Mercury Engine Gateway converts Mercury engine and system data to NMEA 2000 for use on non-Mercury gauges and displays for 1 to 4 engines. Includes a NMEA 2000 T connector for easy installation.
Please note if you do not have an NMEA 2000 network on your boat you will need to purchase a NMEA2000 starter pack for all installation options to connect the gateway to your MFD/GPS/Sounder.
Install Option 1 - Under Dash - Engines with junction boxes or twin/trip/quad engines (most engines have this set up unless they have analogue gauges)
Refer to all safety items and warnings and follow in full to the install manual before attempting. Locate your junction box under the dash (usually boats with digital gauges have existing). Locate a spare port and plug in the VV Mobile kit (if there are no spare ports, remove a dust cap). If you have multiple engines with digital throttle and shift (DTS) use the multi-wake junction box. If you have multiple engines with mechanical shift you will need to connect the VV Mobile kit to both junctions boxes using the optional dual engine instrument adaptor. It is not recommended to remove the yellow cap.
Install Option 2 - Add a junction box under your dash
Refer to all safety items and warnings and follow in full to the install manual before attempting. Locate the two rectangular plugs connected to each other near your gauges/key switch or remote control (throttle and shift). Unplug the two plugs from each other and reconnect them to your new junction box using the optional female/female adaptor. Connect the engine gateway to the junction box also. You can add a dust cap to the remaining 4th port on the junction box to avoid water/dust penetration.
Install Option 3 - Add a new data harness direct to your engine
Locate above plug on your engine, install new data harness from engine to dash, connect gateway to data cable using male/male adapter.
Install Option 4 - Dual engines without existing junction box/s (eg analogue gauges)
Run a 25ft data harness from each engine to the dash, connect to the new junction box, along with your engine gateway and cap.