Terms

Acronym

Description

Thrust

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In its simplest terms: thrust is the force that moves the boat forward.

Transom mount

na

A place on a boat from which to attach objects. Such as a boat motor.

Trolling motor

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Trolling Motor a small boat motor. It is used for quietly maneuvering a boat. Generally used as a secondary motor. Trolling Motors allow fishermen move the boat at a slow speed on the water. Wireless Trolling Pro products allow them to accurately and precisely, control the rate of speed at which the boat travels on the water with or without wires connecting to the controller.

Up/Spd Switch

Up/Spd

Up/Spd Switch increases the motor speed.

Wireless device

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 Is an electronic device that communicates (transmitter) to another device (receiver) without wires.

Wireless Trolling Pro

WTP

A Handheld RF controller and power driver Module designed for use with a electric Trolling (kicker) motor. This allows fishermen to move the boat while fishing.

Most of the terms and acronyms listed in this glossary page are used in the Wireless Trolling Pro website. (Wikipedia.org has very good definitions if you need more information.)

Wireless Trolling Pro Glossary Terms

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