New EasyView 5 waterproof system monitor from Mastervolt with an intuitive touch
Stunning Mastervolt EasyView 5 repels spray and beats the sunshine.
Dutch-based pioneer of marine and mobile power systems Mastervolt proudly launches the EasyView 5, a slim display especially designed to be used on an open console or a flybridge.
A pleasure to operate, the colour touch screen has a multi-language menu, and can be easily customized to show the key information for your particular system at a glance. There is also a logbook feature for warnings and alarms, along with a buzzer and alarm notifications. The home button gives easy access to all you favourite pages
Mastervolt adds 9 new models to their succesful AC Master inverter range with high-quality pure sine wave output
Off-grid users now have even greater choice of affordable high quality inverters, from 700 W to 3500 W, to convert DC battery power to stable and dependable AC mains output.
Mastervolt, the Dutch-based leader in marine and mobile power systems, is pleased to announce a major addition to the range of AC Master sine wave inverters.
Designed for easy installation, and representing complete value for money, these ruggedly built new models will supplement the already highly successful 300 W and 500 W models in the original AC Master range.
Available in 12 V and 24 V versions, the 700 W, 1000 W and the 1500 W models have recently been released, with the 2500 W and 3500 W models arriving in the fall of 2016. Next to the already extensive feature set of the 700, 1000 & 1500, the larger models will have the ability to combine multiple units into a higher power or three-phase system, along with an integrated transfer system.
he Combination Output Interface (COI) combines multiple input and output devices in to one module, offering a compact and intelligent replacement for traditional DC fuse boxes and circuit breaker panels with digital switching technology.
Mastervolt is a pioneer in digital switching, a proven CANbus technology where a single data cable is used to operate clusters of switches. In large applications, there could be an average of five separate Output Interfaces, each operating dozens of local appliances along with ancillaries such as timers and dimmers. The Combination Output Interface, however, uses just one compact 30-channel unit to provide all the necessary outputs.