Dockmate® VECTOR

If you have a boat with Volvo Penta IPS or Zeus Pods, then the VECTOR transmitter is the one for you.
  • The Dockmate® VECTOR offers a wireless extension of your boat’s joystick with the exact same feeling and response time
  • Control POD systems with the fully proportional joystick
  • Operates Dynamic Positioning Systems (DPS), when installed
  • Allows you to engage High Mode
  • The VECTOR can also be used on the Volvo Penta inboard joystick for Aquamatic Sterndrives and shafts
  • The VECTOR is waterproof (IP67) and floats
  • Specifications

    Dockmate® Vector

    • Joystick

      3-axis, proportional

    • Dimensions

      70 x 150 x 40 mm or 2.75 x 5.91 x 1.57”

    • Weight

      ca. 150 gr or 5.29 oz

    • Frequency

      433,5 MHz (US, Australia and others)
      868,3 MHz (Europe)

    • Range

      50 metres or 165 feet

    • Housing

      ABS & rubber - according to IP67 specifications

    • Battery

      320+ mAh Li-ion
      Qi-certified wireless charging


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    If you want more information about Dockmate in general or specifically for your boat,
    feel free to contact us.

    complementary products

    The remote is just one piece of the puzzle.
    Each Dockmate system also has a Receiver and a Charger.

    Dockmate® Reciever

    The device our Dockmate® remotes talk to.

    Dockmate® Cradle

    Fixed joystick or wireless remote control? With the cradle you can have both!


    Precision on
    the water

    In 2024, Dockmate® will redefine the art of yacht control with the groundbreaking Dockmate Positioning System (DPS). Experience unparalleled stability at sea or in the marina with a revolutionary system that integrates the finesse of Dockmate’s wireless remote control systems with the pinpoint accuracy of dynamic positioning.
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    More information

    If you want more information about Dockmate in general or specifically for you boat, the links below should provide you with the information you are seeking. If not, feel free to contact us.

    When using a Dockmate® remote, that was charged to 100%, it takes up to 3 hours of constant use (remote actively communicating with the Receiver) to deplete the battery. This translates to a few very difficult and/or long docking manoeuvres, or lasts at least 15 docking manoeuvres of approximately 10 minutes.

    During our test charging a Dockmate® remote from empty to completely full takes up to 3 hours. In practice we’ve observed a typical charging time for a Dockmate® remote of 20 to 40 min. For boaters using our latest Dockmate® Cradle, their Dockmate® remote is virtually always charged up and ready for use.