REC Q BMS Battery Temperature Sensor
Temperature sensor for use with REC Q series BMS units
Temperature sensor for use with REC Q series BMS units, complete with connector
|Dimensions||5 × 8 × 5 cm|
Rudder Adapter YDRA-01
The NMEA 2000 Rudder Angle Adapter YDRA-01 allows you to connect an existing resistive type rudder angle sensor installed on a rudder and supply NMEA 2000 autopilots, chart plotters and other devices with the rudder angle. Can be used with a rudder angle sensor with maximal resistance less than 400 Ohm, including EU or US standard sensors, and with 0-5V voltage output sensors. The Adapter can work in parallel with an existing analog gauge.
REC SI BMSFrom:
The REC SI BMS has custom profiles that integrate on the RS485 network to several well known Solar Inverters.
- Sunny Island
During the day PV powers the house and charges the battery pack. If you’re not using all the electricity that the solar PV system is generating, then the system will ensure that any surplus energy is used to charge the battery pack. Once the battery is fully charged, if there is still more solar electricity being generated, this will be exported to the grid. At time of low solar generation (night or cloudy day) the solar PV panels have a reduced or zero output, but the battery system can discharge the stored electricity, providing you with renewable-generated electricity at no additional cost. Once the battery is discharged, if you need to use more electricity, you buy it from your electricity supplier.
Exhaust Gas Sensor YDGS-01
The Sensor measures the temperature of extremely hot gases, solids and liquids within the range from 0 to +800 °C (+32 to 1472 °F). The Sensor can be configured by the user to display data as “Exhaust gas temperature”, “Air temperature”, “Heating system temperature”, “Engine room temperature”, etc. The Device is plug and play; you only need to plug it into a NMEA 2000 backbone to get readings on all chart plotters.