Via your smartphone, the new Gobius Pro allows you to directly oversee the filling status of, for example, fuel, fresh water, oil or waste in your tanks.
Whether on board or from a remote location the Gobius Bluetooth-operated app affords accurate monitoring of tank levels, when it’s time to fill or empty. The dedicated app for both iPhones and Androids carry’s no charge.
A key feature of Gobius Pro is that its sensors are mounted on the outside of the tank without drilling of holes. This is unlike other monitoring devices that often require complex installation on the inside of tanks.
Gobius says that as an aftermarket product its sensors have long been popular with individual boaters, but that now several large boat manufacturers have begun to integrate the Gobius technology from the time of production
In many cases it’s enough with one sensor per tank; for example, as overfill or low level alarms. However, the sensor is all-purpose in that a total of nine sensors can be fitted on each tank thereby allowing accurate multi-level monitoring.
As explained by Anders Meiton, founder and CEO of Gobius Sensor Technology AB, “The intelligent sensor is at the heart of the Gobius technology enabling avoidance of control units with the added advantage of communication via Bluetooth”. In addition, the sensor has two digital outputs for integrating with switch panels and other systems.
Gobius says that as an aftermarket product its sensors have long been popular with individual boaters, but that now several large boat manufacturers have begun to integrate the Gobius technology from the time of production. According to Gobius this development adds convenience to potential customers and compliance with CE-requirements. Examples of such companies include Axopar, Arcona Yachts, Hanse Yachts, Linjett Yachts, Najad Yachts and X-Yachts.
”To all owners of leisure boats: enjoy a terrific summer! If anything, Gobius Pro can only add value by avoiding the stress involved and second guessing of either when to fill or empty your tanks”, says Anders Meiton, founder and CEO of Gobius Sensor Technology AB.