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Cyclops 2020 - SmartlinkNano - LEADERBOARD

More sailors gain access to the data that helps you win

by Cyclops Marine 22 Dec 2020 11:29 GMT
Live load data from smarttune on nke marine electronics © Cyclops Marine

Customers of Cyclops Marine with nke Marine Electronics can now receive their live load data on multiple displays following successful installations and trials in France.

Connect to the nke system using the Cyclops Marine gateway and live load data from smartlink and smarttune are visible using one of eight extra dynamic channels. This data can be presented across multiple instrument displays.

"nke is often the 'go to' for top sailors, particularly in France, but it is popular around the globe. At Cyclops we knew that a close relationship and integrating with their displays would be a significant part of the Cyclops Marine product offering," comments Sam Jacklin Sales Manager for Cyclops Marine.

Example of a successful installation on a JPK 1030 in Lorient.

For more details on the Cyclops Marine Gateway and range of products visit www.cyclopsmarine.com.

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