The Sensor system is the first two way digital radio control system for the RC hobbyist. Nomadio has integrated today's highly developed wireless networking technology into the world of RC and the results will astound you.
Realtime telemetry from your car
The Sensor system supercharges your RC experience by "putting you in the car while you drive it".
Just like a NASCAR or Indy car, you get constant information from your car on how fast it's going, how the batteries are holding up, and how hot your engines and batteries are getting.
Sensor communicates with you using sound and touch, as well as its screen. It can warn you by vibrating like a cell phone when your engine is over temperature. It can say anything you want (even using your own voice!) to tell you when your batteries are getting low or when you reach a certain speed in the straightaway.
No more frequency clips, crystals or conflicts
Sensor uses all new, fully digital radio systems and protocols, and it uniquely identifies your car. You'll never ruin anyone else's race by accident and more importantly, nobody else can drive your car or ruin your race. It's legal, too... ROAR and QSAC have already approved Sensor for use in their events.
What about basics, like expos, dual rate, etc?
Sensor provides all the dual rate, exponential curves, trims, and car memories that today's top radios do. The fact is that Sensor meets or exceeds the specs of the top controllers on the market in every way.
It's a complete kit
The Sensor system is truly a "ready to run" radio controller system, unlike typical RC radios that force you to buy separate receivers, crystals, and batteries.
You get the controller, rechargeable NiMH batteries, a charger, speed, temperature and voltage sensors for your car and of course a reciever/transmitter for your car. You also get a cable to connect the Sensor to your PC, and a CD-ROM that is full of PC software, hundreds of sounds that you can use or customize to make your own.
What about compatibility?
Even though the Sensor system makes all one-way crystal radios obsolete, it was designed to peacefully co-exist with crystal radios. It's all done in software, no crystals ever again!
Use your PC to set it up:
You can totally customize how and when it tells you all this information too - Sensor connects to your PC and you can design your own sounds and screens for it. Rather than make you wade through multiple levels of menus on the small screen, Sensor lets you set up all of its features easily on your PC's screen.
Of course, you can adjust everything easily at the race using Sensor's high resolution graphic screen. It's a far step from the tiny text-based displays on today's crystal radios.
For the first time, It makes sound a useful tool for RC driving
The Sensor Digital Desktop includes a large library of hundreds of sounds that can be used for alerts, and also a special edition of the Dexster sound editing program to enable you to make and edit your own sounds.
The V2 represents a big improvement over the original transceiver. The antenna emerge from the "short" side rather than the long side to ease installation in even the smallest of cars. The dimensions of the transciever at 47x30x19 mm, and it weighs only 15 grams including the antenna.
This sensor is intended to be mounted on your nitro motor head or the case of your electric motor. The small circuit board makes it easy to mount with epoxy or a small clamp. If desired you can add thermal compound to insure the best heat transfer and most accurate readings.
This sensor connects to the battery poles.
This sensor is used to determine the car's speed. A very small magnet is mounted somewhere on the vehicles drive train and this sensor is mounted where the moving sensor will be close enough to track the rotations. You will have to measure how far your vehicle travels in one rotation of the drivetrain and then tell Sensor that measurement when you set it up. Then the Sensor does the math to tell you your vehicle's speed.