PP4100

NavPod PowerPod Uncuts

NavPod PowerPod Uncuts

Description

The NavPod PowerPod Uncut provides a clean look for flush mounting with the advantage of a swivel base.

Features

  • Acrylic Capped ABS Plastic
  • Chromed Stainless Steel TamperProof Fasteners
  • Double Seal For Watertight Integrity
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PowerPods provide a clean look for flush mounting with the advantage of a swivel base.The trunion bracket that is supplied with most electronics is not optimal. PowerPods have the advantage of protecting the back of the electronics from harsh saltwater spray. Most manufacturers do an excellent job of protecting the face of the display from water intrusion with sealed rubber push buttons. The back is generally not waterproof. They are expecting you to flush mount it into the console or a NavPod. The PowerPod also protects the plastic connectors and wires from deterioration caused by long term exposure to UV.PowerPods for Sail are for mounting on a flat surface. Perhaps under the dodger or aft end of the cockpit table especially on boats with dual 


All PowerPods Include

  • Models are available pre-cut for popular electronics
  • Swivel Base with large pass-through for wire harness

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NavPod PowerPod Uncuts PP4100 PowerPod Uncut, PP4100, Usabale Face 4.5"W x 4.5" H
$253.11
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NavPod PP4400 PowerPod Uncut PP4400 PowerPod Uncut, PP4400, Usable Face 8" W x 4.75" H
$262.49
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NavPod PP4800 Uncut PowerPod PP4800 PowerPod Uncut, PP4800, Usable Face 10.5"W x 7.75" H
$374.99
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NavPod PP5200 PowerPod Uncut - 6.5" x 6.5" Footprint PP5200 PowerPod Uncut, PP5200, Usable Face 6.5"W x 6.5" H
$468.74
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