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Seaview’s watertight electronics display ‘pods’ available in Australia    

'Seaview Power Pod 2UC for exposed helms'    PYI Inc.    Click Here to view large photo
Mount navigation electronics the smarter way. Seaview’s sleek, watertight display ‘pods’ for helm electronics are now available in Australia through Coursemaster Autopilots’ dealers nationally. Constructed with a high quality marine grade white or black aluminum base and a UV resistant white ABS plastic housing, these instrument pods offer flexibility of adjustment both horizontally and vertically.

Tilt is easily executed with the polished stainless steel quick release handles on the Seaview Pod display housing. This feature is functional and efficient and provides a clean, professional look for the helm station. The units’ special gasket ensures a water tight and secure installation. A special Gore-Tex vent port facilitates ventilation, removing the chance for moisture build up. The Seaview Pods are available pre-cut, un-cut, or customisable to a specific application.

The benefit to sailing yachts and powerboats is being able to mount navigation electronics in exposed locations, while maintaining the watertight integrity of electronics. No more exposed sockets or cables to get damaged by moisture or snagged by lines.

Seaview’s sleek, watertight power pod side view for helm electronics -  PYI Inc.   Click Here to view large photo

For more information on PYI Inc.’s Seaview range of standard and custom-mounting solutions available in Australia visit the Coursemaster website or contact Coursemaster on 02 94177097 or via email sales@coursemaster.com.



by Jason Romesburg
- 7:40 AM Fri 14 Dec 2012 GMT



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