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Old 17 September 2009, 11:43   #31
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...the most is probably number 8, and then you can add BananaShark to your customer list!
That is easy, just the structure around the lat and long.
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I agree a panic button is attractive - but presumably that is already possible with this system its just a case of rewiring one of the alarm circuits to a switch.
Dead right. The hatch alarm is going to be less use on an open boat (though it could still be handy for the main locker), so that would lend itself to becoming a panic switch.

Perhaps the system could be tweaked to allow custom names for the alarm types?

As for numbers I think choosing the recipients carefully is the key.
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