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New Hubbell Shore Power Y-Adaptor Solves a Common Problem

    What boater hasn’t faced the problem of pulling into a new marina for the night, to find it only offers 30A power when the boat runs on 50A? The YQ230 Intelligent Y-Adapter from Hubbell Marine gives owners the freedom to travel without concern. It allows them to safely connect any 50A, 125/250V AC marine cord set to two Continue Reading »

Electromagnetic Interference On Your Boat

Electromagnetic Interference On Your Boat

Electromagnetic Interference (a.k.a Crosstalk ) As mentioned earlier this month I’m sharing some of the points brought out when I attended the new ABYC/NMEA joint training program offered in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. One of the topics that came up during the NMEA portion of the program discussed electromagnetic interference. This is a topic that I know I’ve discussed here before. But, Continue Reading »

Electrical Impedance & Wire Tie Wraps On Your Boat

Electrical Impedance & Wire Tie Wraps On Your Boat

Electrical Impedance – Pay Attention To The Tie Wraps On Your Boat’s Electrical Wiring Recently I had the experience of being one of the instructors in a new ABYC/NMEA combined certification program. This four-day certification program is designed for experienced marine electricians and installers gain the following certifications: The ABYC Electrical Certification Program  NMEA MEI (Marine Electronics Installer Certification Program) and Continue Reading »

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