Fiomarine Fiobuoy PSION WorkAbout Handheld Computer

Fiomarine Fiobuoy PSION WorkAbout Handheld Computer


The PSION WorkAbout handheld controller is supplied by Fiomarine to communicate with any buoy in the Fiobuoy range.


  • Preferred user interface when using a PC is not feasible
  • Robust handheld terminal for programming all Fiomarine products
  • Capable of withstanding even the roughest sea and weather conditions
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The Fiomarine Fiobuoy PSION WorkAbout handheld controller connects to any Fiobuoy or the Deck Interface Unit (DIU) via an RS-232 cable. It comes preprogrammed by Fiomarine to automatically start up the communications mode when it is turned on. The PSION WorkAbout is used to preprogram the buoy for a time/date release and other mission information. When using an Acoustic Control Fiobuoy, the WorkAbout is connected to the Deck Interface Unit to convert commands into acoustic signals to release the Fiobuoy.

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