Airmar Technology Corporation Datasheets for Speed Sensors

Magnetic speed sensors rely on a magnet as the sensing element or sensed target to capture rotational or linear speed. They are typically used as gear tooth speed sensors or incorporated into stroboscopes or tachometers.
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Electromagnetic Speed Say goodbye to the paddlewheel and hello to Smart™ Sensor technology. The DX900+ uses electromagnetic technology to accurately measure dual-axis speed through water plus immediately calculate leeway...
High-Performance Speed/Temperature Sensor Speed performance has been taken to the next level with the introduction of the ST900 Speed/Temperature sensor. Featuring the new Gen2 Paddlewheel, the ST900 out-performs all other...
High-Performance Speed/Temperature Sensor Speed performance has been taken to the next level with the introduction of the ST950 Speed/Temperature sensor. Featuring the new Gen2 Paddlewheel, the ST950 out-performs all other...
Speed and Temperature The ST69 is the ultimate, high-speed, transom-mounted sensor. The paddlewheel and housing do not project below the hull which minimizes spray and drag. And the design protects...
Speed and Temperature The ST300, speed and temperature sensor is low in price and short in size. As part of our Shorty™ Series, it is designed for boats with...
The P65 is a compact Smart® transducer featuring depth and temperature. Perfect for interfacing to the NMEA 2000 network, gauges and displays, the small size and easy install makes...