Advanced Electronic and Electrical Systems for Boats in BC

Richmond, BC Canada (PressExposure) February 21, 2011 -- Located in Vancouver, BC, PY Systems is a marine electronics and electrical systems specialist which has been offering advanced electronic and electrical systems for all kinds of boats in Vancouver and adjoining areas in BC.

PY Systems offers navigation, power, communication and entertainment systems for boats to make them more comfortable and safe. With more than years of experience in the boat industry, the company has been catering to all kinds of marine systems related needs of clients in a better way. Major systems offered by it include:

Marine navigation systems

Some of the major systems installed by PY Systems for easy navigation include Radar, AIS systems, Windlasses, Fishfinders, sonars, Multi-function displays, Chartplotters and GPS, Instruments and transducers, NMEA 2000 and 0183 networks, Satellite weather systems and Autopilots.

Marine power systems

To cater to different marine power needs of customers, PY Systems offers important marine power systems including AC and DC panels, battery monitors, alternators and regulators, generators, electrical system rewiring, inverters and chargers etc.

Marine communication systems

For a hassle-free communication over boats, the marine systems specialist offers products like Wi-Fi/LANS, Satellite phones, VHF radios and Cellular networks.

Marine entertainment systems

The boat specialist offers Hi-Fi systems, satellite TV, radio and flat screen monitors to meet up entertainment needs of individuals over boats.

All these electronic and electrical systems installed by the company help in increasing boat performance.

About Pacific Yacht

PY Systems is a Vancouver-based marine electronic and electrical systems specialist which provides customers with marine electronic and electrical systems for power, entertainment, communication, navigation in Vancouver and adjoining areas in BC.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 21, 2011 at 3:35 am
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