Mets 2017 – New Releases
What’s new at METS?
Every year TMQ debut new products at METS Amsterdam, and 2017 is no exception.
On display this year, the new AP47C, a colour autopilot with simple setup, easy installation and new colour LCD. Autopilots designed and manufactured by TMQ are known for their reliability and flexible configuration. Coming in 2018, next generation Elecom is an ideal data source for navigation equipment, providing critical information to autopilots for course correction and steering. This generation of the product includes GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, IP67 rating, USB connection and N2K.
As member of the AMI Group, TMQ products incorporate a wide range of technical expertise and scope, at METS 2017 visitors can obtain information about new BridgeLink, a unique Integrated Bridge concept incorporating Servowatch software. BridgeLink was recently on show at Pacific 2017, Sydney Australia, and is applicable across the leisure marine, naval defence and commercial sectors.
A new internal communications solution, HYDRA is a hydro electric steering system featuring independent electronic rudder synchronisation. This new release system includes up to 3 steering locations, and caters to single and multihull setups. Suitable for vessels 20-80m (65' – 260') new Hydra is an innovative system capable of offering steering control across multiple independent stations, networked for either electronic synchronisation or independent operation.
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Now with colour LCD, simplified setup and installation, the AP47C offers the same easy to use functionality and compact styling as the AP47, TMQ’s most popular small boat autopilot.
A reliable data source for navigational equipment. Water resistant Gyro and Angle compensated NMEA Electronic Compass with GPS and Pitch / Roll.
The centralised monitoring solution provided by an Integrated Bridge System has been available to marine crews on modern vessels for some time.
The New Hydro Electric Steering System featuring independent electronic rudder synchronisation. This new release system includes up to 3 steering locations, and caters to single and multihull setups.
Net106 Ethernet Network Combiner takes multiple NMEA inputs and combines them into a single ethernet output. Manage the network via a browser interface.
Extend your NMEA network to include extra outputs with TMQ’s NMEA Buffer. Simple system setup with minimal installation requirements.