Posted by: Scanstrut | November 10, 2011

Marine UV Monitor to launch at METS 2011

We are very excited about this new product and we can’t wait to see what you think…

UV-IQ UV MONITOR
Enjoy every day onboard.

A world first and a truly unique innovation for the marine industry, the UV-IQ UV Monitor provides real-time monitoring and display of current and cumulative UV levels on board.

Have you ever come back to shore and found that you were sunburnt?

Protect yourself and your crew by raising your UV awareness and avoid accidental sun exposure.

Waterproof, buoyant and totally portable you can take it anywhere – flybridge, cockpit, dinghy or beach.

  • Auto activates upon exposure to sunlight and UV. You can’t forget to switch it on!
  • Displays current exposure levels using World Health Organisation’s index scale (0-11)
  • Cumulative UV for previous 6 hours shown by a digital display.
  • Powered by solar. No batteries required. Wireless.
  • Daylight viewable LEDs can be seen from multiple angles and highlight UV strength.
  • Trend indicator shows whether overall levels are rising or falling

FACT:

Scattering of UV rays off water increases exposure by 25%. Even when overcast, 40% of UV still penetrates  through cloud cover.

Perfect for sailing schools, racing crews, charter fleets and powerboat owners, the product will educate both adults and children alike.

Come and see the product for yourselves at METS 2011. Stand 03.504.

www.scanstrut.com

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Responses

  1. This is really great, a real novelty. What about the price?Is it already awailable?


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