Actisense bring industry-first intelligent in-line NMEA terminator to market

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  1. Ben Stein Ben Stein says:

    Ben E. and I saw this clever bit at Actisense’s booth at METSTRADE. It’s a simple, relatively inexpensive device that solves a problem and makes so much sense it seems obvious once you see it. I’m excited to be able to get my hands on a few and get them installed on Have Another Day.

  2. Ben Ellison Ben Ellison says:

    I found out that the anticipated shipping date is early Q2 2020 and the retail price will be $34.10.

    It will be nice to have constant voltage checking at or near the ends of an N2K backbone where the accumulated voltage drops are apt to be maximum, and the TER-U will also be a great troubleshooting tool. With just one you can temporarily terminate a network anywhere while trying to isolate a trouble maker and simultaneously get a power check.

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