CABLEMASTER'S WIRELESS REMOTE SAVES HANDS ON DECK
After docking, a weary skipper often faces the job of hauling a heavy power cable from the boat to a pedestal. Thanks to a new Radio Remote Control for Glendinning's popular Cablemaster, the job just got a whole lot easier.
Glendinning's Cablemasters automatically extend, retract and store power cables, keeping them out of the water and the decks free. The new Radio Remote Control allows one person to effortlessly control the operation of the Cablemaster from over 100' away. The remote does not affect the operation of the Cablemaster's standard, boat-mounted control switch.
The remote system can run up to two Cablemasters. A matching receiver easily retrofits to existing units, allowing the operator to extend or retract cables with four buttons on the key fob. An optional RF Noise Filter Kit is available to extend the range of the remote and enhance system operation. The remotes are suitable for 12VDC or 24VDC Cablemaster setups.
Time-tested Cablemasters, widely accepted by major yacht builders worldwide, handle 30- to 200-amp cables up to 2" in outside diameter. The Radio Remote Control key fob and receiver retail for $275.
Contact Glendinning Marine Products, Inc., 740 Century Circle, Conway, SC 29526; Phone: 800-500-2381; Fax: 843-399-5005; www.glendinningprods.com