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    Suzuki has launched a set of new electronic instruments called the Suzuki Modular Instrument System (SMIS).

    The new system uses an easy to connect and expandable cable system to transmit graphic and numerical data to the Multi-Function Gauges, which can display real-time readings of a wide range of information including trim, speed, RPM and fuel consumption. As the gauges are NMEA2000 compatible they can also be linked to other electronic devices such as GPS receivers and chart plotters, allowing the user to overlay engine information on the screens of these other devices.

    Easy to set up and install, this new system can be used with nearly any boat and any of Suzuki's Electronic Fuel Injection models (DF40 DF300).

    The gauges are available in 4 inch and 2 inch sizes and come with grey, white or chrome bezels so that you can match them to the console of your boat.

    The 4 inch Multi-Function Gauge uses a state-of-the-art, high-contrast, dot matrix display to show real-time graphic and numerical digital data. Multiple display settings also allow boaters to select the output that they are most comfortable with, including digital or analogue readouts and contrasting display combinations for extra clarity.

    When connected into the SMIS system, it can monitor engine functions, act as a speedometer, tachometer and even a GPS unit, with the addition of extra hardware.

    The 2 inch Multi-Function Gauge is capable of all functions of the 4 inch gauge except engine monitoring functions. When connected to the SMIS system, it can be programmed to monitor other functions.

    Shigeyuki Masuda, Group Leader for Europe, Middle East and Africa Marketing & Planning Group within Suzuki's Marine Division said, "These new Multi-Function Gauges are an excellent addition to our range of parts and accessories. When fitted to our new generation Lean Burn outboards, customers will be able to see the low fuel consumption figures as well as feel the benefit in their pockets."
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