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The marine industry lives in its own cycles and it is not always easy to predict where the market is moving. A rather high interest for the CN8E NMEA/CAN/Etthernet LWE interface was expected, but that the worldwide ECDIS and system … Continue reading
We would like to wish all our customers, new and old, a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We will NOT close for holidays or anything like that, but there is a tendency that the global transport infra-structure take … Continue reading
It took us some longer than expected, but all units an orders and back-orders should be dispatched before Christmas. We have units in stock, but we have already placed an order for another production batch which should secure delivery also … Continue reading
Predicting the market is among the harder things to get right. As we all know, much of what happens is controlled by IMO carriage requierements. We were able to place ourselves fairly well for “AIS gold rush” a few years … Continue reading
We have noticed that the number of received telefacsimile messages are now very few and it is time for us to shut down the fax service we are subscribing to.
Our octal NMEA/CAN/Ethernet interface is becoming an important building-block for various navigation elektronics project. We are now releasing software version 99061_0_1_16 for this unit, featuring a number of new functions: Inclusion of -450 header Support for -450 four digit instance … Continue reading
We have supplied interface units to the diving vessel designed by Defence Consulting Europe AB. This boat is truly unique in the world. It is used to transport divers and is a kind of “cabriolet u-boat”. Needless to point out, … Continue reading
The opto-isolated CAN port of the CN8E is set to 250 kb/s to make it compatible with NMEA2000 and J1939 networks. We have come across a project where it is necessary to digest a 500 kb/s CAN bus as a … Continue reading
Due to unexpected delivery volumes during late 2011, we have been short of supply of the 1N4B unit. We are now well stocked and remaining orders will be delivered.
The D8N is using the NMEA XDR message to transmit the status of its 8 opto-isolated inputs at 1 Hz. Originally as a result of a customer request, we have added an alternative software version that will also transmit a … Continue reading