New GPS Mounts by Scanstrut

Scanstrut Ltd., an international leader in the design and manufacture of installation solutions for marine electronics, has launched a number of cost-effective GPS mounts to suit individual requirements on the water.

The new mounts can hold up to four GPS/VHF antennas and can easily be installed onto pushpit rails and decks to provide the perfect installation solution for power and sailboat owners looking for the secure and neat storage of antennas.

Both designs have been manufactured using marine grade 316 stainless steel to create an elegant finish and prevent corrosion caused from ongoing exposure to sea water. The aerial bar on each mounting bracket can be rotated during installation to determine the ideal position for each antenna, while all cables are hidden away for a neat appearance once installed.

The T-Pole features an adjustable deck base, meaning it can be installed even in the most difficult of locations, including angled or steeply sloped transoms or narrow swim steps. In addition its height can be easily adjusted and can reach up to 1.5m away from the deck.

The T-Bar is perfect for mounting onto a variety of surfaces such as upright stanchions, sloping transoms and cabin roofs. Ideal for positioning onto a boat’s railings, it will fit any bar measuring from 25mm to 33.7mm.

Scanstrut’s Rail Mount is the perfect solution for those wishing to attach a single antenna to a pushpit rail. The Rail Mount can be fitted to rails of 25mm (1”) in diameter and comes with a watertight seal for additional protection against exposure to the sea. The Rail Mount has been manufactured using stainless steel to ensure durability and an attractive finish.

For more information, go to www.scanstrut.com.

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