Actisense adds NMEA 2000 insight to W2K-1 with Actisense-i

Ben Stein

Ben Stein

Publisher of Panbo.com, passionate marine electronics enthusiast, 100-ton USCG master.

4 Responses

  1. Jason says:

    On my new build NMEA network the installers have a plan or drawing of the nmea 2000 network. At each load (wind sensor, chart plotter etc) they show the new voltage after voltage drop. I assume that is just using math by knowing the resistance of each item. I would like a device that could show the actual voltages at each item.

    • Ben Stein Ben Stein says:

      Jason,

      That’s an impressive amount of diligence by your installers. But, I would guess they’re probably measuring the voltage in a single location on the network but noting it as each load is applied. Though, as I said, that’s a guess.

      -Ben S.

  2. brk brk says:

    Hopefully the ESP32-C5 will allow us to start getting more devices that can also participate on 5Ghz Wifi networks.

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