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Marine Components International Sign Deal With Calypso Instruments

MCI is delighted to report a new deal with Spain's Calypso Instruments

The new agreement will see MCI become Calypso's exclusive UK distributor.

Our MD Andy Scott said he is delighted to welcome Zaragoza based Calypso to MCI’s portfolio and is looking for UK dealers in the chandlery and marine electronics sectors.

“Calypso is taking a completely innovative approach to the design process of an anemometer, reducing size, weight and power consumption to a minimum,” he said. “The impressive result is a range of compact wind sensors that are ideal for use within the marine market.”

Calypso Instruments’ products are used widely on cruising yachts, race yachts and sailing dinghies, being easily integrated into boats current NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000 systems as well as a range of free to market Apps, offering many advantages over traditional cup and vane anemometers, whose mechanical parts wear over time. Calypso Instruments sensors have no moving parts, delivering highly accurate data.

Exhibitor; Marine Components International

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