Marine Data Integration
As marine electronic installation professionals know, distributing data is increasingly becoming a key compnent in wheelhouses across the world. However, simply installing and connecting a variety of devices from various manufacturers isn't always as simple as it might seem. To address the complexity of integrating the abundance of voltage levels, data formats, and signal types found in modern wheelhouses, Intervid provide a line of data solutions comprised of a wide range of devices, these products enable you to convert and mix the most commonly found data formats and levels.
Designed by technicians for the installer, the solutions have proven they can solve the most complex integration problems likely to be encountered in the day-to-day installation of marine electronics. Whether it's pulse or SOG conversion, multiplexing, NMEA distribution, sentence filtering, or specialized application, there's a solution to solve the problem.
The devices are a collection of NMWA 0183 related products, taking care of compatibility problems between different brands and types of navigation equipment. The product range consists mainly of products for filtering, modifying and interfacing signals according to the NMWA 0183 standard for computer interfacing, are also part of the product line.
NMEA 0183 drivers. Displays for NMEA data.
NMEA 0183 mixers
GPS status indicators
Explosion Proof Marine Grade Camera
The body of this camera series is machined from 8mm-22mm thick 6063 Aluminium Alloy or 316 Stainless Steel. They are integrated with 540TVL Day/Night Cameras and 360 degree continuous Pan/Tilt rotation. The solid dome body is designed and proved to be explosion proof and to be resistant to impack from the destructiveness of harsh surroundings.
As an option, the unit could be pressurized by filling N2 Nitrogen gas into the dome body. This could offer further protection for the inside components, especially ideal for installations of salty and other corrosive environments, such as oil and gas applications, seaports, ships and chemical plants.