Carbon Monoxide is not only a very serious health and safety concern -- but small amounts of CO can also negatively affect driver and crew performance. Addressing high CO levels is usually fairly simple, but first you have to be aware of them.
Monitor the race car by connecting CO Sensors to existing Data Acquisition and Telemetry equipment. See the CO levels change with all your other data; you can easily identify issues when integrated with the rest of the data.
Monitor the garage and workshop with USB connection to a PC.
Monitor the dyno room connecting to most existing dyno equipment.
This product concept started when one of the founders ended up with Carbon Monoxide poisoning due to a poorly ventilated dyno room. Also having been subjected to high concentration Methanol, we decided that if we've experienced these issues, then others probably have too.
The problem with these toxic gases is you don't recognize the effects immediately (I went home feeling poor with blue finger nails) or until the threshold has become well past safe levels.
The device is available as either a Carbon Monoxide or Methanol / Alcohol Sensor. It can be connected to most Data Acquisition systems, ECU or Telemetry equipment, used as stand alone (in garage or dyno room), or connected to a PC via a USB cable.
These compact Sensors include an LCD display to give live readings and also provide either CAN, analog or USB output so that the Sensor can connect to most existing systems and computers quickly and easily.
Methanol version now available.
Wireless Motorsport is pleased to announce the development of an in-helmet Head-Up Display system (HUD) for Motorsport.
This new Wireless system puts a racing dash into the driver's/rider's helmet. The important information is always present in the driver's view while they maintain full attention to their driving.
A one-plug solution to a vehicle's standard ODBII port will instantly turn any modern car into a race car by placing the race dash into the driver's helmet.
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Combat Stress, Overheating & Fatigue with BioTelemetry
All the fundamental devices needed to get you started with Biometrics in Motorsport.
Pre-configured to work straight out of the box.
Heart Rate and Body Temperature Sensors connect wirelessly to the BioTelemetry receiver, which can be connected to your Dash, Data Acquisition System or ECU. The BioTelemetry receiver can be used as stand alone device with its own internal logging.
We recommended that each driver has his or her own personal Heart Rate Monitor and Body Temperature Sensor. A single BioTelemetry receiver can support up to four drivers and eight devices.
We offer either a Arm Band or Chest Strap version of the Heart Rate Sensor. Read about selecting the most appropriate heart rate monitor for you HERE.
Additional Driver Kits, Spare Kits and Oxygen Level Sensors are also available.
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Each driver should have his or her own Biometric Personal Monitor and Sensor. If you have multiple drivers for a single vehicle, you can order additional Biometric Kits for each driver.
Our BioTelemetry Biometric Receiver will work with multiple drivers. When a new driver jumps into the car, BioTelemetry will automatically pick up the new driver's info from your Data Acquisition System and start logging the new driver's Biometric data.
We offer either a Arm Band or Chest Strap version of the heart rate monitor. Read about selecting the most appropriate heart rate monitor for you HERE.
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