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Sensors and Hull fittings

The electromagnetic sensor, also called transducer, measures the speed through water (STW) of the ship. The sensor is held in place by a hull-fitting.

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48MM electromagnetic sensor and hull fitting

The 48MM sensor is fitted with a 16 or 32 m cable.

Three versions are available:

One for dry cell
One for wet cell (water ballast)
One dual axis version (longitudinal and transversal speed)

65MM electromagnetic sensor and hull fitting

The 65MM sensor is fitted with a 20 m cable. Three versions are available:

One for dry cell
One for wet cell (water ballast)
One dual axis version (longitudinal and transversal speed)

LENS electromagnetic sensor and hull fitting

The LENS sensor is designed to give the highest performance on double hull ships. It is available in dual axis version (longitudinal and transversal speed).

It is built of epoxy resin, providing an exceptional lifetime to the equipment.

130EB (for surface vessels)

130EB is fitted with 3 m cable and a junction box. It is designed to withstand depth charge.

130FIMN (for submarines)

130FIMN is a fixed sensor to be installed on submarines. Is is made of stainless steel, including a waterproof plug for underwater connections. That sensor withstands 60 bars pressure.

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