Economics are improved with engine display
Oceanic Systems (UK) has added another engine display to its portfolio, said to improve installation costs.
The 4161 Multiple Engine Display is part of Oceanic's BlackGlass range and shows data for up to four engines.
The display has been designed to be sunlight readable with dimmable colour graphics.
“It’s not just about the cutting-edge design and engine brand compatibility,” said Oceanic MD Bruce Coward. “Fitting the new 4161 Multiple Engine Display, much like our existing 4166 Dual Engine Display, comes down to simple economics as well.
Reduced installation costs
“We are enabling manufacturers to save as much as £7,500 per boat in installation costs, a concept which is naturally being met very positively from our resellers.”
And he explained that the displays understand and present engine manufacturer’s error codes as they occur to ensure that they do not compromise the selected engine manufacturer’s warranty, providing flexibility to installers, boat builders and owners alike.
The display is available in 19in wide format and has both J1939 and NMEA2000 built-in interfaces that display engine data in real time.
Displayed information includes up to four engines and four fuel tank levels, rudder/steering angle, GPS compass and local GPS time.
The inboard engine manufacturer compatibility options include Caterpillar, MAN, MTU, Volvo, Cummins and Yanmar.
Outboard engine manufacturer compatibility options include Mercury (with Smartcraft adaptor), Evinrude, Honda, and Yamaha.
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