Boating NZ - - Review - FIND IT @ www.lusty-blun­

With Dock­mate, a skip­per can wire­lessly op­er­ate two en­gines, bow and stern thrusters, the an­chor winch and even a horn, us­ing just fin­ger­tip con­trol.

Dock­mate al­lows skip­pers to re­main in to­tal con­trol when away from the helm, which is use­ful in tight-quar­ters sit­u­a­tions. It en­sures stress-free dock­ing, re­gard­less of the con­di­tions.

The tech­nol­ogy can con­nect through ana­logue, Can­bus dig­i­tal or via the gear­box in­ter­face. It has a wide op­er­at­ing range.

Com­pat­i­ble with Volvo IPS and Zeus Pod sys­tems, it can also re­motely con­trol dy­namic po­si­tion­ing func­tions while mod­u­lar de­sign means func­tions can be added at any time.

Dock­mate wire­less re­mote-con­trol sys­tems come in Sin­gle [en­gine], Twin, Twist three-axis joy­stick with pro­por­tional con­trol, and Twist IPS for Volvo Penta IPS or Zeus pods – all with three-year fac­tory war­ranties.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from New Zealand

© PressReader. All rights reserved.