Would you enjoy spending time on your boat and not have to worry more about your anchor?
The anchor watch monitors the position of your boat and sounds an alarm if your boat is out of the anchor radius.
Enjoy the time on board or get to sleep while the anchor watch pays attention to your position.
- Supervision of the boats current GPS position
- Adjustable length of anchor chain
- Adjustable monitoring sector
- Adjustable GPS update cycle
- GPS signal monitoring
- Battery monitor
(c) 2012, Torsten Schumacher & Oliver Klug (UI design)
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