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Gobius Tank Monitor

The Gobius C tank monitoring system distributed by Albin Pump LLC has been named a 2023 Top Product Award winner by Boating Industry magazine.

May 10, 2023

The Gobius C tank monitoring system distributed by Albin Pump LLC has been named a 2023 Top Product Award winner by Boating Industry magazine.

The Gobius C mounts outside on top of a tank and can also be connected to control systems and analog instruments such as KUS, VDO, WEMA and Faria. Gobius C is also NEMA 2000 compatible.

With Gobius C micro radar technology, you can use an app on your smart phone to wirelessly monitor all types of liquids such as waste, fresh water, diesel and gasoline. Easy to install on all types of tanks including plastic and metal, no drilling required.

Named a 2023 Top Product Award winner by Boating Industry magazine, Canadian distribution is for the Gobius C currently being arranged with a retail price somewhere near $800.

www.gobiuspro.com

 

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