Thursday, October 29, 2009

Maxima at SEMA! Booth 23328

Maxima invites you to visit us at the SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center from November 3-6, 2009.

We will be displaying many of our Stewart Warner products as well as new products for 2010 to include:

 - DEF Gauge - Diesel Exhaust Fuel monitoring gauge for J1939 systems that need to meet 2010 emissions standards.
 - MFD - our new Multi-Functional Display - a self contained, multi-function, J1939 compatible display; totally sealed and field programmable.
 - Mini-MFD - a 3-3/8" diameter version of the MFD
 - NCFLS - Non-Contact Fuel Level Sensor - features a proprietary, patented, non-mechanical actuation function that outlasts conventional float-arm and reed-switch senders; superior long-term performance when operating in hot fuel (210F+)
 - GEN-III IntelliSensor™ - features a self-calibrating function so it can be used in any type of hydro-carbon based fuel; flying leads & custom connector schemes available.

Also on display will be an array of DDBI™ (Direct Data-Bus Instruments) and LCD Hourmeters.

Not going to be able to make it to SEMA? Contact for more information on these and other products or give us a call at 717-581-1000.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

New Gen-III IntelliSensor - Green Electronic Fuel Level Sensor

Maxima Technologies' electronic "green" sensor, called Gen-III IntelliSensor, provides a self-calibrating function so that it can be used in any hydro-carbon based fuel, including biodiesel.

This innovative sensor not only measures tank level, accurately accounting for myriad fuels on a real-time basis, but it can also be programmed for volumetric measurement. It works as a drop-in replacement for any sender using SAE five-hole mounting flanges. Gen-III IntelliSensor features no moving parts.

For more information contact

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Maxima DEF Gauge Featured in Diesel Progress On-Line Show

LANCASTER, PA.—September, 2009. Maxima Technologies & Systems, LLC (Maxima) is currently participating in Diesel Progress magazine's 8th-annual on-line trade show, and the featured attraction is the new DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) SCR tank level gauge, available in CAN and analog formats. The new DEF gauge works in combination with other Maxima data-bus gauges, a.k.a. DDBI™ (for Direct Data-Bus Instruments) or as a standalone solution.

Go to Diesel Progress on-line trade show to learn more.

Friday, September 25, 2009

J1939 Direct Data Bus Instruments

Instruments that hook directly up to your J1939 bus network with no gateway gauge or controller needed!
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New Diesel Exhaust Fluid Gauge!

2 minute video explaining the new Diesel Exhaust Fluid Gauge for the 2010 Emissions Requirements!
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LANCASTER, PA.—June, 2009. Maxima Technologies & Systems, LLC (Maxima) introduced a new J1939 Diesel Exhaust Fluid ("DEF") gauge for vehicles using Tier IV engines with Selective Catalytic Reduction ("SCR") tanks. Derived from Maxima's Direct Data-Bus Instrument (DDBI™) line, the new DEF gauge offers a standalone solution for OEMs, in that it can be directly connected to the vehicle bus network—no instrument controller or "gateway" required.

The DDBI™ gauge measures DEF (a.k.a. urea) levels in the SCR tank. Two "trim" levels are available—low-level #1 and #2—with a red LED indicator, activated as required. Units come with or without color bands. Pointers are lighted, with LEDs. Units are also totally sealed.

There are also analog versions of the product, based on the same DDBI™ platform."

Our DDBI™ line served as the ideal platform for the new DEF gauge," says Michael Stoeckel, Maxima's vice president-sales. "The gauge's architecture offers a standalone solution for OEMs via a direct connection to the vehicle's CAN-bus network. This means that for vehicles already using an instrument cluster or gauges, they now have a reliable tool for measuring DEF levels without having to redesign the existing instrumentation and spending a fortune in the process. The gauge also rounds out the DDBI™ line for a complete data-bus gauge panel assembly."

Contact: or call 717-581-1000 for more information or a quote.