Engine Monitoring Unit Wins NMEA Award

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

January 15, 2016

Photo: Actisense

Photo: Actisense

A device from multi-award winning NMEA specialists, Actisense, has been recognized with an award from the National Marine Electronics Association.
Actisense has received an award from the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) in recognition of their popular EMU-1 (Engine Monitoring Unit). Winning the 2015 Product of Excellence Award, the accolade was presented to Actisense at METS 2015 in November, the world’s largest marine equipment trade show.
The Actisense EMU-1 is a specialized analogue to NMEA 2000 Gateway which converts data from analogue engine senders into NMEA 2000. The EMU-1 enables NMEA 2000 display devices to monitor the engine on a vessel. Since Actisense first introduced the product in 2013, the device has been met with critical acclaim, from both customers and fellow industry professionals, and has won several other awards including Product of the Year at the BMEA Awards 2013.

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