Category: Marine Electronics
31 August, 2018
Fitting a Raymarine Quantum Radar Berthon’s electrical team has been busy fitting Raymarine’s new Quantum 2 radar to an array of yachts including this X442. Retaining the core features of the original Quantum, the Quantum 2 features wireless networking and low power draw, making it especially friendly to vessels running…
03 August, 2018
Superstructure Repairs and Repaint, Fire Alarm Installations & Fitting New Instruments Deckhouse repairs Deckhouse repairs have now been completed. As ever with rot it is best to deal with it as soon as it appears because moisture will travel creating far greater expenditure in the future. Since this vessel…
16 April, 2018
Swapping out halogen bulbs for LEDs Boats and LED lights had a chequered relationship for many years. The options were limited meaning expensive new light fittings often needed to be purchased. ’24 volt’ bulbs were often produced without considering that when the chargers or alternators are running the system voltage…
16 March, 2018
Installation of AIS transponders Jump back in time ten years; AIS marine receivers are commonplace on leisure boats but transponders are only found on commercial vessels and offshore racing yachts. Skip forward to the present day and, well, see for yourself; On average, Berthon installs an AIS marine transponder every…
26 February, 2018
Fitting a B&G forward looking depth transducer system Berthon’s electricians were seen this week finishing off an installation on board Oyster 56 ‘Duet II’. The owner has opted for a B&G forward-looking depth transducer system which offers chart plotter integration currently unrivalled by the other big brands. Using a redundant…
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