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ZF Marine debuts electronics blog

ZF Marine is introducing a new blog about electronic control systems.
Scott McCauley

Scott McCauley

ZF Marine is introducing a new blog about electronic control systems for commercial and pleasure craft applications.

Penned by Scott McCauley, the controls business manager for ZF Marine Propulsion Systems Miramar (Fla.), blog updates will appear bimonthly at zfmarinecontrols.com.

McCauley, who has worked in various positions in ZF Marine’s controls business for 14 years, plans to cover aspects of electronic control systems.

“I hope to make electronic controls easy to understand and provide a forum for people to ask questions and share experiences,” McCauley said in a statement. “From OEMs to end users, we are always addressing topics like functionality, reliability, application, etc. I hope that people will be able to find definitive answers here.”

The first entry, “Pre-Season Maintenance,” is live now.

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