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Wisconsin-based Mastervolt has made its CZone digital switching technology accessible by smartphones and tablets via a wireless interface, allowing it to act as a hub between Mastervolt’s CZone and MasterBus networks and local wi-fi devices onboard.

The interface also integrates control and monitoring of power products, including battery chargers and inverters. The system can be used to monitor tank levels and receive visible and audible alarms.

It is wi-fi based so a cellular network is not necessary to access it. The home page is customizable to display circuits that the user wants to monitor frequently.  Up to three devices may be connected simultaneously.

For more information, visit www.marinco.com or www.mastervolt.com.

 

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