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The new CombiMaster 3000 and SmartRemote from Mastervolt

by Suzie Holland 4 Sep 2019 12:21 UTC

With modern boats often having a high power demand onboard with a combination of voltages in the same hull, maintaining a constant power supply, and effectively monitoring it, can be challenging. The launch of the CombiMaster 3000 inverter-charger offers a carefree solution for recreational and professional use, whilst the SmartRemote works with the Combi to provide advanced monitoring and management of the device.

Mastervolt, the Dutch-based experts in marine and mobile power systems, announces the arrival of the CombiMaster 3000, which integrates a powerful and intelligent 3-step+ battery charger, a quiet and efficient inverter and versatile switching system in one lightweight and compact device.

Bridging the gap between the current Mastervolt Mass Combi and Mass Combi Pro / Ultra models, the CombiMaster 3000 is designed and built with a high VA rating and >200% peak power to start even the heaviest and complex loads with ease. Power dips belong to the past due to the automatic AC transfer system switching seamlessly between generator or mains and inverter output, ensuring a constant power supply.

The Power Assist function prevents the main fuse tripping, should the boat or vehicle be connected to a weak shore power supply or small generator.

Available in both 12 V and 24 V models, the CombiMaster 3000 delivers unmatched performance at an unprecedented price. As you would expect from Mastervolt, the CombiMaster is completed with MasterBus, CZone and NMEA2000 compatible communication, allowing for a broad range of monitoring and system integration options.

Applications and SmartRemote

The CombiMaster 3000 will prove ideal for yachts and RVs. In addition to handling all global grid voltages, it also resists large voltage spikes and high temperatures. This is useful in places where power supplies are erratic and unreliable, and also helps protect any sensitive equipment that may be connected to the DC system during charging. The electronics are built to operate in harsh environments and are fully compliant with key certifying authorities CE and E-mark.

With many recreational boaters having only one 'system' onboard in need of monitoring, such as the CombiMaster 3000, the SmartRemote is the perfect partner in entry level power systems as it monitors and controls that single device. The SmartRemote touch screen display shows four important parameters of the connected device allowing simple and efficient monitoring, as well as offering advanced information within the 4 parameters. However, with its handy functionality and compact size, the SmartRemote is also ideal as a dedicated device monitor / control in larger systems on larger boats or recreational vehicles.

System simplicity

As with all Mastervolt products, the CombiMaster 3000 has been designed for versatility, and can work to communicate with displays other display units as well as SmartRemote, shunts and other on-board power systems using MasterBus, CZone or NMEA protocols.

Ease of installation

Mastervolt designs all its systems to be easy to install and easy to operate. The SmartRemote display can be panel mounted or may be integrated into a Blue Sea Systems Custom 360 bezel, and fixed using the included locking ring. The included network cable is connected to the device (or if multiple devices are present in a system, simply detect the device you wish to monitor with the SmartRemote. The CombiMaster 3000 has robust and ergonomic, making for quick installation times.

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