TSM1330C-01

Maretron TSM1330C Vessel Monitoring & Control Touchscreen

Maretron TSM1330C Vessel Monitoring & Control Touchscreen

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The Maretron TSM1330C Vessel Monitoring & Control Touchscreen provides an extremely simple touch interface for monitoring and controlling critical systems on board.

Features

  • Ethernet port for connecting Internet Protocol cameras for viewing within the N2KView software
  • Dedicated touchscreen that includes Maretron's N2KView vessel monitoring and control software
  • Ruggedized for marine use
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The TSM1330C is a 13.3" dedicated touchscreen that includes Maretron's N2KView® vessel monitoring and control software. The N2KView® software allows you to configure as many favorite screens as you want with exactly the information you want to see. 

The TSM1330C is ruggedized for marine use and includes a solid state disk drive to withstand the pounding associated with waves. And since the TSM1330C only dissipates 20 watts, there is no need for internal cooling fans that are noisy and wear out causing electronics to overheat and fail. The TSM1330C can be mounted outside given the waterproof front.

As an alternative to controlling the TSM1330C through the touch screen, the TSM1330C includes two USB ports for connecting keyboards, mice, or trackballs. Lastly, the TSM1330C contains two completely isolated CAN bus connectors (M12) for easy connection to single or redundant NMEA 2000® networks.

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Maretron TSM1330C Vessel Monitoring & Control Touchscreen TSM1330C-01 TSM1330C vessel monitoring and control touchscreen, NMEA 2000 direct connection+
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