"Electronic repairs to component level"

Marine electronics repairs, fault finding and installations.

Fault finding and repairs for the following electronic equipment


Satellite Compass

Satellite Communications


Chart plotters

Radar – Open Array, Dome, Radome



Sonar and Sonar Mapping

Connectivity and integration

Miscellaneous Equipment

Sounders / Fishfinders

MF, HF, CB, VHF, UHF 2 way Radio’s


Class A and B AIS

Watch Alarms

Loud Hailers

Wind generators

Marine Monitors

All types of Audio Equipment

Wind Vane

Various non-Marine Electronics repairs

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What are the advantages of component-level repair for marine electronics?

  1. Cost-Efficiency: Component-level repair often proves to be more cost-effective than whole-unit replacements. By targeting specific faulty components, technicians can minimise unnecessary expenses associated with replacing entire units. This approach is particularly advantageous for older or out-of-production equipment where sourcing replacements can be costly or challenging.
  2. Extended Equipment Lifespan: Marine electronics are exposed to harsh environmental conditions, leading to wear and tear over time. Component-level repair addresses the root cause of issues, prolonging the lifespan of the equipment. This not only maximises the return on investment but also reduces the frequency of replacements, contributing to sustainability efforts by minimising electronic waste.
  3. Expert Diagnosis and Troubleshooting: Component-level repair requires a deep understanding of electronic circuits and diagnostic skills. Technicians specialising in this approach can accurately identify the root cause of issues, rather than simply addressing surface-level symptoms. This expertise ensures comprehensive troubleshooting, reducing the likelihood of recurring problems and minimising downtime for marine vessels.
  4. Support for Legacy Systems: Many boats still rely on legacy or custom-built electronic systems that may not be easily replaceable with off-the-shelf solutions. Component-level repair offers a lifeline for maintaining and repairing these systems, ensuring continued functionality and compatibility with existing onboard equipment.
    In conclusion, opting for component-level repair for marine electronics offers a range of benefits including cost-efficiency, extended lifespan, customisation, improved performance, expert diagnosis, and support for legacy systems. By prioritising thorough and precise repairs at the component level, boat owners and operators can enhance the reliability, functionality, and longevity of their electronic systems, ultimately contributing to safer and more efficient marine operations.