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We’re excited to be exhibiting at METSTRADE in November once again. This is one of the most important shows in the industry’s calendar, and we always love catching up with our customers from around the world and of course meeting great new contacts too.
This year, Actisense are previewing two brand new products and an exciting update to one of our most popular products. Read the full summary below – we hope to see you at the show and give you a full rundown on these exciting new developments.
The WGX-1 brings together some of our most popular product features: Reliable and bidirectional NMEA 2000 <-> NMEA 0183 conversions, with PC and mobile interfacing over Wi-Fi. The ability to use either protocol’s data is especially potent when sharing with software applications running on connected devices. With support for multiple clients over Wi-Fi, the WGX is able to simultaneously share data with PC and mobile apps, providing maximum flexibility.
The device also comes fully loaded with Actisense-i, our suite of network diagnostic tools.
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Building on the power of the PRO-NDC-1E (launched in February 2023), we are adding NMEA 2000 connectivity to this NMEA multiplexer. This new version will allow data from up to 5 isolated NMEA inputs to be combined intelligently and shared to any of the two isolated outputs, as well as stream that data via the connected ethernet port AND convert that data into NMEA 2000 PGNs ready to share from the integrated N2K connector. Supports advanced filtering and flexible routing of all NMEA data.
This the the first Type Approved device that provides seamless communication between NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000 and Ethernet connected devices.Register your interest
The ability to measure and record tilt & trim to improve fuel economy and handling of outboard engines has been a requested feature by our customers around the globe. Our team are pleased to be bringing this powerful feature to our popular EMU-1 Engine Monitoring Unit, which will allow users to collect that data and share it across their NMEA 2000 network.Register your interest