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It has been brought to our attention that e-mails sent to email@example.com have been lost and it is totally unknown to us what is going on. Please send questions about orders, quotations etc to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We recenbtly got a question on the Q&A page asking us to clarify the if our products were wheelmarked and type approved. We have been discussing this, but clarifying this once again makes no harm. “Short answer is no and … Continue reading
Since we are based in Sweden, possible home country of Santa (although our eastern neighbours are convinced he is based in Rovaniemi!) it would be nice to post a snowy picture. However, the sad truth is that in the Stockholm … Continue reading
During the time 14 – 24 July, we will have limited capacity and our logistics partner for delivery etc will also mean low activity, “Nordic style”! Mails will be read on daily basis.
We developed the single bidirectional channel NMEA/Ethernet device N1E a few years ago. However, its 8-channel sibling, the CN8E quickly took over the market and we have delivered this in considerable numbers, both as a generic product and re-branded for … Continue reading
It seems, in view of the ongoing ECDIS installation boom, that lack of a lot of very basic NMEA knowledge is causing severe problems. First of all, all type-approved bridge equipment serial data inputs are compliant with either NMEA 0183/IEC … Continue reading
Edited and clarified 2013-03-12: Through the years we’ve had a number of questions around this and we had another discussion yesterday with a customer. Essentially, a gyro is a device for sensing heading. Some gyros also have a rate output … Continue reading
The CN8E manual was recently updated and the new version is available in the CN8E page. We are now delivering this unit in different OEM versions although we are struggling to avoid having different firmware versions to maintain. NMEA issued … Continue reading
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