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5980 Whistle Operating Module
The Oceanic Systems’ 5980 Whistle Operating Module provides fully automatic control of the ship’s whistles and warning lights, which can be activated by any Poseidon display.Read more...
3478 Relay Output Module
The Oceanic Systems 3478 Relay Output Module – 8 Way allows messages over the NMEA2000® network to directly control 8 power relays using standard NMEA2000® PGN messages.Read more...
4530 CABIN TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY MODULE
The 4530 Cabin Temperature & Humidity Module allows up to 16 Cabin Temperature & Humidity Sensors to be connected to the module and report the temperature and humidity values over the NMEA2000® network.Read more...
4510 EXHAUST GAS TEMPERATURE MODULE
4511 EXHAUST GAS TEMPERATURE PROBE
The Oceanic System’s NMEA2000® 4510 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor and 4511 Exhaust Gas Temperature Probe are designed to measure the exhaust gas temperature of a marine engine or generator. It uses a highly accurate Type T thermocouple and reports the temperature directly onto the NMEA2000® network.Read more...
4410 16 Channel Switch Input Module
The Oceanic Systems 4410 16 Channel Switch Input Module monitors switch closure devices and reports their status over the NMEA2000® network.
These devices can include fire/smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, bilge and flood float detectors, doorway and porthole closure detectors, valve status detectors and many more. With this module and suitable NMEA2000® displays the status of all these items can be viewed anywhere on the vessel.
4521 4 Channel Temperature Module
The Oceanic Systems’ 4521 4 Channel Temperature Module monitors up to 4 type K thermocouples and reports their temperature over the NMEA2000® network.
3271-SAM SENDER AVERAGING MODULE
The Oceanic Systems 3271-SAM Sender Averaging Module solves the problem of inaccurate tank level gauge readings caused by the tank contents moving to the aft of a long tank when the boat is in a bows up attitude whilst under power.