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Outback Marine showcases new product onboard Argus E35

by Market Focus on 17 May 2011
Argus E35 with all the new gadgets and gear installed will be on show at Sanctuary Cove 2011. Market Focus www.argusboats.com
Visitors to this year’s Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show can inspect an innovative range of new release products from Outback Marine, installed and operational on the company’s all-new Argus E35 cruising power catamaran located between A arm and B arm.

Company Director, Gary Pacey said the Argus boat project presented a great opportunity to showcase these cost effective system solutions to boat builders and boating enthusiasts in a working marine environment.

New products on show include:
• A self-sufficient solar powered electrical system incorporating a split 24 volt house and 12 volt cranking battery arrangement utilizing an Outback Power Systems’ VFX series inverter charger and MX60 solar panel regulator.
• An Empirbus NXT distributed electrical power and control system featuring NMEA-2000 system monitoring.
• Three independent Veco Frigoboat water cooled refrigeration units that effectively operate from the solar powered electrical system.
• A new reverse cycle heat pump hot water system that recovers waste heat from the vessel refrigeration system, thereby eliminating the need for LPG or a generator set.
• An induction hot plate cooking system powered from the battery based inverter system.
• Roca windscreen wiper system featuring a through-glass mounting system and synchronised wipers controlled by Empirbus
• Outback Marine helm panels, power distribution boards and electrical panels.
• A fully integrated NMEA-2000 electronics package including Raymarine GPS chart plotter, radar, sounder, autopilot, engine instrumentation, VHF radio and AIS with tank level monitoring and refrigeration system control from the Empirbus NXT system.
• A frameless glass door and window system that offers a real alternative to traditional aluminium framed fabrication. The front glass features hinged facets incorporating motorised struts.
• A CNC machined deck plug tooling product that provides an attractive slip resistant finish for molded decks.
• A pluggable interconnection system for Glendinning electronic engine controls and Suzuki outboards that simplifies the system installation.
• Remote fresh water flushing of outboard engines.

Mr Pacey said the company’s advanced manufacturing techniques and engineering knowhow played a major role in the Argus Boats development. He is hopeful that other boat and mobile home builders will take advantage of the same product development.

More at www.argusboats.com
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