Men’s 49er Olympic Champion Dylan Fletcher and Mike Lennon, CEO of Lennon Sails, took to the water to try out the latest wireless load sensor from Cyclops Marine, paired with the number one training and racing instrument for dinghies and sportsboats—Sailmon MAX.
This game-changing integration from two leaders in their respective technological fields has been made possible by the latest software update from Sailmon and the upgraded hardware in the new Cyclops sensor—smartlink2.
*Older models of smartlink are incompatible with Sailmon MAX*
Wirelessly charging, with 2,000 hours of battery life, smartlink2 – the new HIGH PRECISION wireless load sensor from Cyclops Marine – is available now in its smallest size (Nano). It is the first wireless load sensor to connect directly to Sailmon MAX.
Data is displayed live (while sailing) on MAX’s high-resolution screen, letting you nail your fastest settings every time, it’s logged in the Sailmon App for later viewing and integration with other data inputs, and it’s ready for upload to analytics software for post-sail analysis!
All other sizes of smartlink2 will be available from January.