ATP regulates a boat’s trim angle
Bennett Marine’s new Auto Trim Pro (ATP) automatically and actively levels the pitch and roll of most boats with trim tab systems.
Two user-programmable favourite buttons are used to regulate a boat’s trim angle based on operator selected settings. The angle is held across a variety of speeds and shifting conditions and the operator can take manual control at any time.
“As an all-in-one trim tab control system, ATP combines a myriad of essential features into an easy-to-use, space-saving helm display,” explained Andy Scott of UK and Ireland distributor Marine Components International. “Features include automatic trim tab control, manual trim tab control, automatic tab retraction and trim tab position indication.”
He added: “ATP is designed to minimise bow rise which improves planning time and visibility. ATP also improves listing, chine walking and porpoising.”
Features in manual or auto mode include one-touch ‘All Up’ and ‘All Down’ buttons. LED trim tab position indicators display each trim tab’s position and flash to show automatic actuation activity in real time, with day and night brightness settings.
An auto tab retraction feature automatically retracts tabs when the boat’s ignition is turned off to curtail damage during hauling, trailering and storage.
The ATP system consists of two main components, the control unit which functions as the system processor and the helm display which is the user interface.
Installation is via plug-and-play connectors and ATP is compatible with any Bennett trim tab system and many other manufacturers’ systems.
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