St. George Sein

Since 1960 the fruit of true passion for the sea

Designs and builds high-performance marine automation systems, instruments and sensors

Founded in 1960, it designs and manufactures automation systems, instruments and sensors for professional and recreational use, always striving for the most advanced performance and quality standards. In the 1990s, he developed and presented at the Genoa Boat Show the first integrated monitoring system based on microprocessor technology specifically for marine application. Today it partners with leading shipyards and engine builders, and with the same passion as always, it designs, manufactures and customizes instruments equipped with the most advanced technologies of TFT visualization, IOT remote control, integration of new protocols and regulations. Its wide range of products includes analog and digital electronic instruments for engine and navigation control, fire alarm systems, level transmitters, rudder angle indicators, special OEM instruments, integrated monitoring systems, and RINA / SOLAS MED approved chart plotter navigation systems. To always strive for excellence, St. George S.E.I.N. has equipped itself with a study center for the electronic and mechanical design of each product, an in-house laboratory for environmental (climate and salt spray) and EMC (radiated and conducted tests) testing. A certified quality management system ensures total control over production, which includes the Omni Link and VSG recreational boat lines: both offer a selection of measuring instruments and sensors, designed for use on board, that allow control of all engine and navigation functions.


St. George S.E.I.N is a technology partner of leading shipyards and engine manufacturers. For every need, and for every type of vessel, San Giorgio S.E.I.N. instrumentation. is the right choice for safe navigation with everything under control. UNS10191 is the 4.3-inch resistive touch screen multifunction display that includes a compact monitoring and control system designed to measure key motor parameters in one compact, easy-to-use instrument. A selection of analog inputs and digital outputs allows direct acquisition of measurement sensors without additional signal converters. A CAN Bus J1939 port can be used to interface multifunction navigation systems.

59 Pedullà Street,
16165 Genoa, Italy
Tel. 010/8301222
Fax 010/8301278
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