Actisense, the market leading marine electronics brand from Active Research Ltd, based in Poole, United Kingdom, is set to exhibit their popular range of NMEA technical products at the marine industry’s 2014 Marine Equipment Trade Show (METS) in Amsterdam.
Specifically on show will be their hugely popular NGW-1-STNG which is the Raymarine® SeaTalk NG option of the NGW-1. The NGW-1-STNG allows users to convert NMEA 0183 data into SeaTalk NG and vice-versa, providing seamless integration with Raymarine products. The NGW-1-STNG combines a standard NGW-1-ISO with a Raymarine SeaTalk NG adapter cable to interface legacy instruments to the NMEA 2000® based SeaTalk NG bus.
Also being exhibited will be the company’s A2K range of cable assemblies, in particular the A2K-BULK-100M, which can be used to create or extend an NMEA 2000® backbone. The cable is available in 100 metre reels giving the user flexibility to tailor the backbone to any installation’s specific requirements.
Phil Whitehurst, managing director of Active Research Ltd commented, “We are really looking forward to exhibiting once again at METS, this is going to be our 15th year. It really is a wonderful way to catch up with our customers and to present our future innovations in NMEA networking technology.”
The BMEA Award winning Engine Management Unit (EMU-1) will take pride of place at the NMEA 2000® ConnectFest, where Actisense’ chief engineer Andy Campbell will demonstrate the full functionality of this innovative Analogue to NMEA 2000 Gateway.
Mr Whitehurst continued, “Participating in ConnectFest at the invitation of the National Electronics Association is always a pleasure as well as an opportunity to showcase what we do”.
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