Best Boat Accessories – How to revamp boat electronics in 2023
Choosing the right instrumentation to install on board is an important task not only for those buying a new boat. Indeed, those buying a used boat will have to calibrate the equipment to their needs-cruising or racing, for example-and decide what accessories to have on the boat. Here are the ones we recommend for renewing your on-board electronics!
Boat Accessories 2023 – Simrad – NSX
The Simrad NSX is the multifunction equipped with the new operating system that offers a more modern and user- friendly interface. The system installation wizard allows you to easily and intuitively understand all the essential functions, calibrating the tool to your needs. with ease you can set and plan trips, enter and edit waypoints and routes, and view all nautical charts and fishfinder screens. The MFP is available in three different sizes: 7, 9 and 12 inches.
Garmin – On Deck
OnDeck’s new fully integrated remote connectivity system is based on a black box module that allows the user to control up to five utilities and receive updates on battery voltage, bilge activity, temperature changes, dock power status and generally all interfaced NMEA 2000 sensors, all via smartphone or tablet using the free Active Captain app. With OnDeck, you can monitor and be in full control of your boat wherever you are.
Furuno – TZ Series
Furuno’s TZ display range includes multitouch displays that incorporate a quad-core processor that allows the monitor to be divided into four portions, taking advantage of four different features without losing speed or response time. Images are always very sharp and bright at any viewing angle, and you can of course also connect the Furuno range sounder and radar to the display. The whole thing is also controllable from smartphones.
Boat Electronics: St. George Sein – UNS 10191
UNS10191 is the compact monitoring and control system designed by San Giorgio S.E.I.N to measure key motor parameters. It is a 4.3-inch high-brightness TFT LCD resistive touch screen display that provides adequate viewing at any viewing angle. It integrates a number of analog inputs and digital outputs for direct acquisition of measurement sensors, without having to use additional converters.
Navico – Fathom e-Power
The new Fathom e-Power system is a kit that enables on-board auxiliary power management by integrating data from high-capacity lithium-ion batteries with data on different powered products. You can easily monitor the consumption of electronics on board, either from the chartplotter we have installed on the boat or from apps. with this system, which is available in 12, 24 and 48 V kits, you can optimize electricity consumption on board.
Boat Electronics: Veratron – VMH70
This kit from Veratron is the smart system for monitoring batteries. A 6-meter cable with plug and play connectors is provided in addition to the VL Flex sensor. The kit allows measurement of vital battery parameters such as voltage, current, and temperature, and obtains additional data such as state of charge, health, and range.