Wynn Offers New Screen Sizes

Tuesday, July 01, 2003
Wynn Marine has introduced new screen sizes for the Touch Screen Series 3000 wiper control network. As the most advanced system of its kind, the Series 3000 offers flexibility through modular design, programmable interfaces and now a choice in physical size, if the touch screen option is chosen. The 7”, 9” and 12” screen options all offer the same functionality, with Wynn taking the measure of offering the choice due to the varying designs and configurations found in ship bridges and vessel helms. “We design bespoke wiper systems for all sizes and shape of vessel as standard,” comments Derek Poulton, Wynn’s Managing Director. “A choice of sizes for our top of the range touch screen controller is the next logical step, making it easier to tailor whole systems to individual vessels.”
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