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Old 07-18-2014
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Checkout my new blog on "SmartBoats"

Checkout my new blog SmartBoats

Hi, all Ive started a new blog where Im covering topics like NMEA 2000, clever unusual boat gadgets and generally extolling the modern "electronic" boat. Unlike blogs focusing on big ticket items like radars, chart plotters, this blog will look at small clever items that full fill a need

Im only getting going, and welcome feedback. In between some quirky review of products, I will be trying to demystify certain technical subjects, put forward my views on current small yacht electronic technology and propose new solutions to old problems. If you'd like me to cover some topics, submit a request via the blog

Tweet too about it if you like it. You'll notice I don't promote my company or its activities, this is just me doing something for all those aspiring boat geeks out there.

Many know I am a full time Electronics Engineer, which many years of product development covering both marine and industrial arenas, especially in communications, network, monitoring and control systems

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Re: Checkout my new blog on "SmartBoats"

You might take a look at the bilge pump monitor from Celectron in the UK. At GBP179 it's about the same price and seems a whole lot more capable.
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