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New Programmable Catch Sensor


New Programmable Catch Sensor

Catch sensors on trawl nets-also known as 'eggs'-are becoming more important than ever. While the catch is going on, fishermen need to know how much is in the bag. Catch too much and the overfill could mean a damaged net and poor quality fish. With a processor, an overabundance of fish means waste as it can't keep up with the incoming load. WESMAR recently announced the development of the new PCS70 Programmable Catch Sensor, which has some important new features.

PCS70 programming is accomplished by placing a program plug in the select number hole on the catch sensor, and this is done right on the net. WESMAR claims that their sensors transmit four times more power than other brands. In addition, PCS70 starts responding immediately upon triggering. A fast firing feature gives the captain a continuous signal from the sensors helping to eliminate overfilling the net. The new sensors are equipped with a removable battery pack. It is not necessary to remove the catch sensor from the net for battery recharge. With the PCS70, a fisherman only needs a set of spare batteries rather than an entire set of sensors. And by not having to take them off the net, there's no realignment of the sensors each time they require charging.


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