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Watt

Watt

The electric power is expressed in Watts. Learn more about Watt.
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Volt

Volt

Tell the tale! A voltmeter on board is always useful.
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Ampere

Ampere

Power is expressed in amperes. A short lesson on this unit.
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Power cables, how thick?

Power cables, how thick?

How thick should the cable be? Find here the answer to that question.
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Sonar

Sonar

How much water is still there under the keel? The sonar continuously displays the answer.
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Log

Log

Speed ​​through the water is measured since the Middle with a log.
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SeaTalk NG

SeaTalk NG

SeaTalk NG (Next Generation) is a Raymarine networkprotocol.
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SeaTalk HS

SeaTalk HS

Learn more about High Speed ​​SeaTalk network protocol Raymarine.
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SeaTalk

SeaTalk

SeaTalk is often found in manuals for equipment, but what is SeaTalk?
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Antenna Connectors

Antenna Connectors

Antenna connectors are susceptible to interference. Moisture and corrosion are fatal.
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Tutorial coaxial cable

Tutorial coaxial cable

A good coaxial cable is the best way to improve send and receive quality.
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VHF antenna

VHF antenna

This article describes the basics around the VHF antenna.
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Tutorial ATIS

Tutorial ATIS

ATIS is required in 7 European countries. Learn more about ATIS and VHF radios.
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VHF radios

VHF radios

Good use VHF contributes to safety on the water. Learn more in this tutorial.
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Tutorial Navtex

Tutorial Navtex

Many people install a Navtex, but what is it and how does it work?
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LED light, Let it be!

LED light, Let it be!

LED lighting is energy-efficient alternative in the lighting industry.
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