Trachic Tattoo est une école de tatouage créée par Mila, artiste tatoueuse Belge.
(Tattoo School Belgium Trachic Tattoo)
Le studio de Trachic Tattoo est situé à La Hulpe (périphérie Bruxelles) en Belgique.
Mila est une artiste tatoueuse professionnelle avec plus de 10 ans d’expérience.
Avant de développer son style, sa carrière et sa clientèle en Belgique, elle a d’abord voyagé dans plusieurs pays du monde pour se perfectionner et acquérir de l’expérience professionnelle avec d’autres tatoueurs dans d’autres cultures. Notamment auprès du célèbre artiste Victor Portugal.
La formation de tatouage s’apparente à un cours ultra précis où chaque apprenant évolue à son rythme.
Mila sera là pour guider chaque apprentis tatoueur dans son évolution.
Le but étant que l’élève sorte de la formation avec le bagage et la confiance nécessaire pour se lancer comme tatoueur indépendant.
Les cours de tatouage se donnent par groupe de 4 personnes maximum à La Hulpe (tatouage Bruxelles Belgique).
En plus des formations Mila continue à réaliser des taouages pour hommes et femmes.
Elle réalise souvent des tatouages réalistes en dégradé de gris et en couleurs.
En fonction des demandes l’artiste tatoue volontiers les autres styles tels que le tatouages graphiques, taouage géométrique et/ou le tatouage abstrait.
(Tattoo colors, Tattoo Black and greys, Dark tattoo, Black tattoo, tattoo abstract, Dot shading, tattoo watercolor...).
What are AIS Tracking Websites and how do they work?
Why can't I see my vessel on the AIS website?
Coverage: Not all AIS websites offer complete coverage, so there is a chance that you may be out of range of a receiving station for that site.
Antenna setup: If you are being seen by other vessels around you, but not by the AIS website, then the issue could be associated with your choice/installation of VHF antenna. If in doubt, refer to the user manual for advice or contact us for help.
Unit configuration: Make sure that your AIS transceiver is correctly setup with its complete vessel details and that it is connected to a GPS antenna (as per the user instructions).
How do I install my Em-Trak AIS?
EM-TRAK transceivers are specifically designed for installation simplicity. Every em-trak transceiver is supplied with clear and straight forward instructions and help is always on hand, get in touch.
Can I connect to my AIS with my Tablet or Smartphone?
What is NMEA2000?
NMEA 2000 is a ‘plug and play’ open standard designed by the NMEA to help them achieve their mission by standardising the messages and connector system used for devices in the marine industry. The network carries data sentences for commands as well as messaging (tank levels) between NMEA 2000 devices.
What is the difference between NMEA 2000 and NMEA 0183?
How to Install NMEA 2000?
NMEA 2000 networks should be installed as per the NMEA 0400 specification with guidance on power insertion and supply connectivity, length of cables, wiring of field connectors etc…
How many devices can be on an NMEA 2000 network?
An NMEA 2000 network can have up to 50 physical devices connected to the network at any one time. Part of the NMEA 2000 standard also details that when connecting or disconnecting a device, it shall not interfere with any other devices or cause any conflict on the network.
What is a PGN?
All data transmitted on an NMEA 2000 network are organised into groups. These groups are identified by a parameter group number (PGN) that describes the type of data contained in the group.
What is the maximum length for a drop cable?
The maximum length of a single drop cable to a NMEA 2000 device is 6 m (20 ft).
What are the power requirements on the NMEA 2000 network?
Your NMEA 2000 network must be connected to a 12 V DC power supply. Do not connect the network to any other voltage source, such as a 24 V DC power supply. Supply power as close to the middle of the backbone run as possible.
What is a Load Equivalance Number (LEN)?
A Load Equivalence Number or LEN is a whole number used to express the amount of current that is drawn from an NMEA 2000 network.
Is my product NMEA 2000 Certified?
Can my old equipment be repaired?
We like taking a practical approach when it comes to assessing damages. Depending on a few factors such as age of the equipement and extent of any damages, we might suggest that the unit gets tested in our workshop.
How do I return a product?
All goods being returned require an RMA number.
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Complete our RMA Request Form
What are your opening hours?
Do you have a store or office, and where will I find you?
How long will it take to get my order delivered?
We use local courier and delivery services and items that are in stock can be dispatched same day if your order is placed before 12pm.
What is the Colour Code Wiring for NMEA 0183?
There is a multitude of colour codes used between brands, so always consult with the installation manual for your product.
used ground as the return, whereas the newer devices actually drive the NMEA “-/B” line between 5v and 0v. Thus, connecting this output to ground will result in high currents
being drawn by the driver instrument, resulting in potential overheating and damage to the driver circuits.
Who is the NMEA?
The NMEA, which stands for National Marine Electronics Association, is committed to enhancing the technology and safety of marine electronics through installer training and interface standards.
VHF & Antennas
Marine VHF Radio Licence: How to go about getting qualified?
All marine VHF users should be suitably qualified/licenced and have passed the RYA Marine Radio Short Range Certificate (SRC) course which is run at many sailing clubs, water sports centres and colleges in the UK.
Do I Need A Marine VHF Licence?
What is an MMSI number?
MMSI (Maritime Mobile Service Identity) numbers are a series of nine digits, which are used to uniquely identify a radio station or group of radio stations.
Can you change the MMSI already programmed on my VHF?
As an Installer Dealer for a range of brands, we are able to do this on a number of VHF sets. Get in touch to give us your VHF radio make and model, and we would be more than happy to help.
How long will my battery last?
The lifespan of a battery is related to how often and to what extent it is discharged. Proper charging with the right charger is also crucial. At a normal use for holidays and weekends, a lifespan of between five and seven years is quite common for Gel and AGM batteries. When batteries are frequently discharged you will need to adjust the capacity. There is also an option to use 2 volt cells. A lifespan of 15 years is not exceptional for this type of battery as long as they have the right capacity and are properly charged. Lithium Ion batteries are top of the bill. You can discharge and recharge them super-fast and they last up to three times as many cycles than other types of batteries.
What is parallel connection and series connection?