Originally Posted by Pblais
I jhave a TackTic Wind
instrument too. It's been a bit odd too. It cuts out and comes back at odd times. When it's in it works great and I really like it. I got it because i did not want to pull a 52 ft mast
and rewire. The cost seemed to justify the not having to pull the mast
power has been better than expected but it seems that the signal is not so great. Thiungs seem to effect it that I can not always explain.
I was sailing across the fat end of the Bayt from Yorktowwn to Cape Charles and at the point I was passing the baltimore
Channel two large vessels a tanker and container ship passed and knock the signal out for about 15 minutes.
last fall the wind speed worked a long time but the direction took a vacation
I would be curious what you have experienced.
Out of curiosity, were gold)or platinum) connectors used in the setup of your system?? The connectors of the 'wired' portion of your system to power make all the difference in the world when a wireless component exists. I've never experienced a problem with my system and Luv it. But it would be good to figure our if it's because I just got lucky to receive good kit, or if it's because of a material setup issue. If your connectors aren't high quality, then perhaps an invest may be in order? If they are already, then it's good info as to the potential for existing manufacturing glitches for the rest of us to be aware of?
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