Woodinville, WA – 21 June 2016 -- WESMAR has announced the introduction of the DSP5000 Wave-Smart® Stabilizers, a dramatic new line of roll fin stabilizer systems they say will change the way you measure comfort. Among other advances, it introduces WESMAR’s proprietary Continuous Feedback Adaptive Controller (CFAC)* technology.
“This system is a stunning success,” reports WESMAR. “After months of field testing, here is what captains of some of the world’s most elegant yachts have reported:
‘It’s very smooth. No roll at all.”
“I highly recommend this upgrade to any vessel.”
Once the calculations using your normal cruising speed are set, it is totally automatic. You set it and forget it!
“In our testing it provided smooth, seamless fin movement at Anchor or underway.”
“In my experience, WESMAR makes outstanding products and supports them well. This new controller is no exception.”
The new DSP5000 series is available on all new systems plus as an upgrade to existing WESMAR Stabilizer systems and many competitor units.
WESMAR says the Wave-Smart’s predictive technology using actual vessel motion to determine exact response will change boating comfort forever. Among its many features for vessel stabilization is session capture, which is the ability to record to USB, and NMEA 2000 plug in, the ability to run the fins at different speeds and much more. It offers faster response, smoother stops, ease of installation, and replaces chasing and wasted energy and noise.
*About Continuous Feedback Adaptive Control
(CFAC) when applied properly is of great value in taming hard-to-tune process loops. It will also tune a typical process loop more precisely.
Adaptive tuning, adapts to the dynamics of the process and will tune “on the fly,” responding to certain process criteria as determined by the specifics of the adaptive algorithm being used. It changes the PID (Proportional Integral Derivative) values to respond to the change in the process. When applied properly, it is of great value in taming hard-to-tune process loops. It will also tune a typical process loop more precisely.