Northport Systems Introduces Innovative Actisense® Products

For Canada, Northport Systems Inc. and in the USA, Gemeco Marine Accessories, have announced the availability of intelligent National Marine Electronic Association (NMEA)-compliant interfaces, gateways and cables from Actisense®. Renowned for quality engineering and designs that protect and enhance the integrity of a boat’s electronic systems, the innovative NMEA 2000® product range is purpose-built to meet industry standards, greatly simplify installation and withstand the harsh marine environment.

Working closely with the NMEA, the manufacturer of Actisense products, Active Research Limited, is at the forefront of refining and updating marine industry standards, ensuring its interfaces, gateways and cables overcome the ease-of-use and interoperability issues commonly associated with marine electronics. Actisense interfaces, connectors and gateways allow systems to operate together, while ensuring electrical isolation and compliance with all NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000 standards. Innovative Actisense NMEA-compliant solutions include their NGT-1 NMEA 2000 Gateway,the NMEA Reader PC Software Tool, QPD-1 Quick Power Drop, a bi-directional gateway called the NGW-1 NMEA 0183 to NMEA 2000 that makes it possible to convert NMEA 0183 data into NMEA 2000 data and vice versa.

There are also the NGW-1-STNG Raymarine® SeaTalk NG Converter, NGW-1-ISO-AIS and several more components.

The complete Actisense line of NMEA interfaces, gateways and cables are available for purchase in Canada from Northport Systems and in the U.S. from Gemeco Marine Accessories. For more information on Actisense products, pricing or to learn more about Northport Systems, Gemeco and their entire product lines, please visit or

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