G-force sensor E-SENSE.SL - WIRELESS LOAD LINK
for boatsfor yachtsfor sailboats

G-force sensor
G-force sensor
G-force sensor
G-force sensor
G-force sensor
G-force sensor
G-force sensor
G-force sensor
G-force sensor
G-force sensor
G-force sensor
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Characteristics

Measured value
G-force
Application domain
for boats, for yachts, for sailboats
Other characteristics
NMEA 2000®, wireless, Bluetooth, NMEA 0183®, hand-held

Description

A range of wireless load sensors for textile to textile link. - Ultra-compact - Ultralight device - Quick and easy setup - Designed for soft (textile) attachments - Logs on automatically to your smartphone or tablet via the supplied TenSeaZy app - Data transmission on all Ocean Data Systems ECUs (TenSeaZy logger, UpSideUp, Sail'In Control) - TenSeaZy GAteway: interfacing to NMEA2000 - NMEA0183 - NKE - Factory calibrated - accuracy < 0,5% of maximum working load - Exceptional autonomy - Wirelessly rechargeable battery - Fully waterproof (no vulnerable entries) 4 standard units: - LKW06 - MWL 0.6T - MBL 1T - LKW20 - MWL 2T - MBL 3T - LKW60 - MWL 6T - MBL 9T - LKW120 - MWL 12T - MBL 20T Specific capacities available on request Mechanical attachment end options: - webbing, loop or lashing - Strong adhesive tape: PROTect Tape LoopX® Material: - Sensor body: Titanium Wireless transmission: - Bluetooth® - Up to 90 metres range - User adjustable frequency from 0.1Hz to 10Hz + Standby mode - User adjustable resolution from 14.25 to 16.75bits Environmental: - IP67 rated - Operating temperature range : -20° to +60°C Autonomy (indicative): - @ 1 sample per second -14.25bits : 42 days - TX settings dependent - Second optional battery doubling the autonomy for LKW60 and LKW120 - Wirelessly rechargeable battery Sustainability: - Long-lasting device - Refurbishable in our workshops - Zero waste until its end-of-life
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