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Old 25-10-2013, 08:12   #16
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Re: Remote Monitoring System for my sailboat

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The only thing we do not offer is video monitoring.


Please PM for pricing information.

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Are you going to be at the Seattle Boat show in January? The biggest show in the PNW maybe the west coast.
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Old 25-10-2013, 08:49   #17
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Re: Remote Monitoring System for my sailboat

Has ANYONE out there done a SIDE-BY-SIDE Comparison of Products and posted their Research? Not looking for a thesis here--- just do not want to re-create the wheel if someone smarter than me has done the 'foot-work'....
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Old 28-10-2013, 08:16   #18
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Re: Remote Monitoring System for my sailboat

Hello,

We do not offer any type of remote control, only monitoring.

Cabin temperature and humidity monitoring is in included in the intrusion sensor device itself.

The gas leak sensor will be the same device as the bilge sensor.

Our website is being updated as we speak and will include this information.

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* Controll powering Off/On Devices? (AC, Heater, Lighting)
* Cabin Temperature (actually in degrees- not L,M, H)
* Humidity
* Gas Leak Sensor

Please let us know how your product provides this Data--as I have been reading your website-- and could not find answers to these items.

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As of now we will be attending the majority of the shows on the east coast. Hopefully by next year we will be able to attend the west coast shows.

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Old 28-10-2013, 08:18   #20
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We will include a table on our site depicting what our competitors offer vs. ourselves.

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Re: Remote Monitoring System for my sailboat

Is your System Conpatable with RULE High Water Sensors? Meaning-- I do not want to mess with the existing sensors that operate the Bildges-- but wanted a separate RULE bildge Sensor to tell me if it has exceeded a certain level...

For calrification-- your product simply allows me to see if the Bildge Turned on-- and for how long? or what specific information about the Bildge Activity?
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The bilge sensor is completely compatible with all other sensors. There is no physical or electronic interference whatsoever.

Our bilge sensor allows you to determine if the bilges are rising above a preset level and also how fast the rise is occurring.


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Is your System Conpatable with RULE High Water Sensors? Meaning-- I do not want to mess with the existing sensors that operate the Bildges-- but wanted a separate RULE bildge Sensor to tell me if it has exceeded a certain level...

For calrification-- your product simply allows me to see if the Bildge Turned on-- and for how long? or what specific information about the Bildge Activity?
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