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Gemeco debuts Airmar Technology installation app

Gemeco Marine Accessories launched an iNstall app for iOS devices that will provide access to technical resources and diagnostic information for the installation of Airmar Technology products.

“Installers rely on us for selection and installation of transducers and accessories,” Gemeco general manager Peter Braffitt said in a statement. “The Gemeco iNstall App puts all the answers right in the palm of their hands.”

Whether it’s selecting the right transducer, calculating the bottom coverage, identifying the correct tilt angle or ordering the right cable to install the latest marine electronics, iNstall provides users with the ability to solve installation, wiring and product selection issues, Gemeco said.

”With instant access to hard-to-find technical information like the transducer pinouts, iNstall saves me countless hours of hunting for information, increasing my efficiency while on board customers’ boats,” Howard Rock, of Nags Head, N.C., said in a statement.

The app is free and designed for iPhone, iPad and iPod smartphones and tablets running iOS 6.1 and newer.

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