Three new products from Veethree
Marine electronics manufacturer Veethree Technologies has launched three new products for the marine market – including two additions to its range of CAN displays.
The R Series display provides a drop in digital replacement to 3in analogue gauges. It is a round edge-to-edge touch screen display, capable of swipe actions to change screen views.
Screens can be adapted to suit different aesthetic demands and an ‘off the shelf’ option is also available with engine monitoring software preinstalled.
Veethree’s T7i. has a hi-resolution 7in colour touch-screen in a slimline housing, sealed to meet IP standards 66 (front) and 67 (rear).
Veethree’s third new product is its VeeConnect digital power management system, developed for small craft.
It is capable of switching 12 channels up to 20 amps each and supporting pulse width modulation (PWM) signals for lighting.
“We are seeing a lot of interest in the NMEA 2000 R3 display which can take the place of analogue gauges to modernise consoles and bridges for today’s connected world,” said marketing manager James Cope. “These products have been specifically created for the marine market where boatbuilders and end-users demand aesthetically pleasing designs that are robust and ready to withstand the demands of marine applications.”
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