In the Sensar Marine app, you'll have a full overview of the state of your boat, at all times. The sensors in the SmartBoat One device continuously send data to the app, meaning it will always have current and historic data for each tracked system.
Scroll down to learn more about each system that Sensar Marine watches in your boat.
- The system supports both 12V and 24V (measurable levels: 0V - 30V)
- You will be notified if the house battery crosses the following levels:
- Warning battery level: 12,2 V / 24,4 V
- Alarm battery level: 11,9 V / 23,8 V
- The system supports both 12V and 24V (Measurable levels: 0V - 30V)
- You will be notified if the start battery crosses the following levels:
- Warning battery level: 12,2 V
- Alarm battery level: 11,9 V
- SmartBoat One measures the water level in the boat and sends alerts if the water level is too high.
- You will be notified if the water level crosses the following levels:
- Warning water level: 10,0 cm
- Alarm water level: 14,0 cm
- The device has an integrated accelerometer that measures G-forces.
- SmartBoat One tracks G-forces, or the force of gravity, that the boat is continually experiencing. When the boat is calmly at the dock or on still water, you will see a stable measure of 1G. When the boat has been in use or out in a storm, the app will display the impact the boat is experiencing in the waves.
- Measured G-forces: 0g to 8g
- SmartBoat One monitors the activity of the bilge pump. In the graph in the app, you can get an overview of when the bilge pump has been on and off, and for how long it was running.
- You can activate and deactivate SMS notifications based on bilge pump status as you see fit.
- GeoFence is a service that notifies you if the boat leaves a specific area around your boat. This is a fully automatic function, where the GeoFence will be activated after the boat has been still for longer than 15 minutes. The “fences” are virtual borders around the boat (roughly 100-150 meter circle around the boat), and if the boat leaves this area, SmartBoat One will send an immediate notification.
- You can activate and deactivate this function as you see fit in the app.
- The integrated GPS antenna will give you real-time information on the position of the boat, based on connections to all available satellites in the area.
- You can share the current position of your boat at any time via Google Maps.
- Trips record automatically every time your boat sets out to see - no need to press record.
- Visualizes every trip with your boat in the last three months. You can go back in your trip-log to see all previous trips out on your boat.
- See when your boat has been used in the calendar or list views.
- See detailed information for individual points on your trip, giving detail on...
- Speed and course
- Impact in G-forces
- Time and location
- One of the temperature sensors is placed in the lowest section of the water module, and measures the water temperature in the bilge.
- Measured levels for the bilge temperature is between -20 °C and 60 °C
- You will be notified if the water temperature in your keel drops to the following levels:
- Warning threshold: 1 °C
- Alarm threshold: -2 °C
- The second temperature sensor is placed at the top of the water module, and measures the air temperature in the engine cavity.
- Measured levels for the air temperature is between -20 °C and 60 °C
- SmartBoat One collects sensor data every minute, and updates the data in the app every 15 minutes while the boat is at rest, og every 4 minutes while the boat is in use.
- If a system reaches a warning or alarm level, or if your GeoFence is broken, you'll immediately receive an SMS message about what needs your attention, as well as a data update in your app.
- SmartBoat One has a maintenance-free, internal battery
- The battery can operate for 40 days, and charges every time the boat is on, or when connected to shore power