Gyrostabilization company Smartgyro has partnered with electronics maker Simrad to integrate data from stabilizers with multifunction displays.
The Smartgyro interface is now available for Simrad NSSevo3S, NSSevo3, NSSevo2, NSOevo3S, NSOevo2 and GO series displays, as part of the evolving Simrad Command feature.
One cable is required to connect the stabilizer with the display. The stabilizer’s data then transfers via an HTML5 server through an Ethernet network. In addition, the Smartgyro user manual can be accessed through NSSevo3S and NSSe models.
“With this development, the Smartgyro stabilizer becomes part of the onboard ecosystem of all boats that use Simrad MFDs,” Smartgyro Sales Manager Carlo Gazerro stated in a press release. “Now it is possible to operate and monitor the boat’s stabilization directly using one or more MFDs without needing to use the dedicated Smartgyro display, with all functions now available on the Simrad network.”
What models does Smartgyro offer? The SG40 stabilizer is for boats from 50 to 60 feet length overall, while the SG80 is for boats 60 to 70 feet length overall.
For more information, visit: smartgyro.com