Got a question about wiring or other electrical matters?

When it comes to electrical systems aboard boats, Arild Jensen knows his stuff. Here's where to ask the simplest or most complex questions about marine electrics.

Got a question about wiring or other electrical matters?

Postby Georgs » Sat Apr 18, 2009 10:43 am

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Here's your chance to have your electrical questions answered by an expert.

Over the last 20 years, Arild Jensen (photo) has developed a reputation as the go-to guy to find the cause of and the cure for mysterious electrical problems. His focus has been on wiring in a marine environment during projects for the U.S. Coast Guard, commercial fishing boats, and recreational sail and motor boats.

Many boatowners in the Trawlers & Trawlering community have hired Arild to design electrical systems. Here, you're able to have your questions answered for free.

Go back to the preceding page, click on NEW TOPIC and fire away.

--Georgs
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Re: Got a question about wiring or other electrical matters?

Postby Georgs » Thu Nov 26, 2009 2:24 pm

All hands, especially those not familiar with Arild Jensen--

I was having an e-chat with Arild the other day, and the breadth and range of his recent consulting projects are pretty impressive.

Next week he's off to Florida to design a showcase electrical system for a 65-foot Tennant power catamaran under construction. He recently created an electrical system for a Seahorse 45+2 with a second Seahorse to use the same system next year. He's working with a Buehler custom design being built in Turkey and a Kasten design nearing completion in Nova Scotia. In Alaska, a 38-foot powercat is cruising happily without an onboard genset. Smaller projects include two Nordhavn 47s and a Nordhavn 68.

In the commercial field, his biggest success story is the complete retrofit of the USCG fleet of 47 MLBs where his Victron inverter system is used to power air conditioning systems replacing equipment that simply did not work as well as expected. There were 124 systems built to refit the entire fleet, now operating for four years without a single failure.

We are most fortunate to have Arild available here to answer your electrical questions for free. Go back to the preceding page, click on NEW TOPIC and fire away.

--Georgs
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