The wireless HeliNav LoadMaster Load Sensor is a strain gauge based stainless steel tension type sensor. It has the capability of wirelessly transmitting its data to one of our compatible readouts and displays or recording its data internally. Its inbuilt 32MBit memory can hold up to 280 hours of data which can then be downloaded to a PC via its USB cable.
The Load Sensor works in the worldwide harmonized band of 2.4 GHz using two built-in antennas so does not require a licence to operate and uses advanced technologies to enable data to be sent and received error free, these include, forward error correcting and data whitening.
HeliNav LoadMaster is also compatible with our Handheld Receiver which can read several devices at the same time and our stand alone Receiver Interface which can be used to output the data via RS232/RS422. The Load Sensor display is able to display a simple load value in multiple formats which are user selectable.
- Wireless, so easy to install and remove between helicopters
- Transmits data up to a distance of 100m
- Transmits data at up to 10 times a second
- Internal Memory for up to 280 hours of data
- 11 to 28V external supply chargeable
- Connect to PC via USB
- PC software for customer settings
- Flexible automatic shutdown to conserve battery
- Dual ruggedised internal antennas
- FCC Part 15
- Import data into Excel
Options & Accessories
HeliNav LoadMaster Handheld Receiver
HeliNav LoadMaster Handheld Receiver is used in conjunction with the HeliNav LoadMaster wireless Load Sensor. It provides the user with an easy way to receive and view data from the Load Sensor.
The HeliNav LoadMaster Cockpit Display is a small, lightweight, cabin/window mounted unit, used in conjunction with our HeliNav LoadMaster Wireless Load Sensors to display the current reading.
HeliNav LoadMaster Receiver Interface
The HeliNav LoadMaster Receiver Interface is used for receiving & converting data from the HeliNav LoadMaster transducer into analog or digital outputs for integration into any data collection system.