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Old 14-09-2010, 09:35   #1
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Question about the Tacktick T120 Wind Sensor

I'm contemplating installing one of these on my boat but have been unable to determine the frequency and output power of the link transmitter. My concern is it's potential interference with the wi-fi receiver at the head of the mast. I have searched the net for this info as well as e-mailing Tacktick in England and calling Ocean Marketing, the US distributor, all to no avail. My hope is that one of you who have one of these units could look at the transmitter specs in the manual and post that info here. Thanks.

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