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UFLEX
Power A Mark II™ Electronic Single Engine/Single Station Control System

$3,499.99

Model # 15697352 | Mfg # PWA MM11
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The easy-to-install Power A Mark II™ Electronic Control System provides fingertip operation of throttle and shift levers. Using reliable and precise digital data transmission, this single or dual function control system is specifically designed to work on mechanically controlled gas and diesel inboards, sterndrives and outboards.

Features include dock assist, RPM synchronization, high-idle and neutral warm-up. Available with and without trim, the control has audible and visual interfaces that alert the operator to the current status of the control system. With the ability to control up to four engines from up to four different stations, the Power A Mark II™ is a modular and flexible system with simple-to-install components.

Features of the Power A Mark II Electronic Control System:

  • Fingertip operation
  • Connect up to four controls
  • Dock Assist functionality reduces sensitivity of throttle function
  • RPM synchronization reduces engine vibration and increases full economy
  • High Idle feature increases the RPM rate
  • Available with and without trim
  • Has audible and visual interface that reports the status of control system
  • Simple touch pad programming for easy tuning
  • Plug ’N Play connectivity

Included With This System:

  • 42009G - (1) Single Lever Control w/o Trim
  • 42017F - (1) Control Unit w/LED Diagnostc and Programming Screen
  • 42027J - (2) Electro Mechanical Actuator/Shift and/or Throttle
  • 42028L - (1) Network Terminator
  • 42053K - (1) Main Power Supply Cable, 9.8'
  • 71021K - (1) Network Connection Cable 33'
  • 73639T - (2) Network Connection Cable 3'
  • 42026G - (1) Power Supply Unit, 12V Systems
  • 42056S - (2) Power Extension Cable 3.3'

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