Boating

INSTALLING AN ONBOARD SECURITY SYSTEM

Electronic onboard security systems from companies such as GOST and Siren Marine can go well beyond alerting if your boat is moved. They can be customized to inform you about the status of the batteries, bilge water, bilge pumps, shore power and more. They can also be tied into motion and vibration sensors to tell you if someone is tampering with your boat while you are away from it. Additional sensors/relays let you control elements such

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