The helms light up 
This selection of our control panel work is a display of what we do with colour. LED lights in these panels mean the user is able to change backlighting colour to suit, resulting in these light-up-the-night displays which not only look good, but serve a purpose as you change colour for ease of vision in different conditions. 
You'll find two of our team, David and Tony, in Fiji's Port Denarau Marina on the 4 - 5 August. They'll be there as part of NZ Marine's Fiji/NZ Open Day, which you can read about here. IMED invites you to come along and talk to them about our electrical service and design, backlit helm stations and how we can support your systems while you're at sea. 
In the 16 years IMED's been around, we've been pleased to see captains we've worked with come back to us again and again. They know us, and trust us as the original faces they rely on to sort out their control panels, and other onboard electrics. Get in touch with us to discuss a concept drawing of your helm stations after an IMED rework.
We were pleased to recently carry out work on our repeat customer, Janice of Wyoming. Like lots of her fellow Alloy Yachts, and other New Zealand-built yachts, Janice of Wyoming trusts us to keep her onboard electrics and control panels functioning beautifully. 

We're always working on improving our research and development processes to finetune our products. We've just taken delivery of a CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machine to cut a variety of hard materials, meaning we can precision cut panels in-house. This means your panels are made right in the heart of Westhaven under our watchful eyes. No middlemen, no third parties, just a quick solution which delivers you the high quality panels you need. 
More helm projects

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