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LCJ CAPTEURS GOES ON HOLIDAYS!   Dear clients, LCJ CAPTEURS will be closed from 04 August to 26 August included, due to annual holidays. Orders will be processed until 30 july. We ask you to please inform us of you requirements as soon as possible. During the closed period...

NEWS of LCJ CAPTEURS Either on the ground or on the sea, the security aspect is essential. We are glad to see that our French know how helps this important field.   PROCAR DEMAS In order to protect the population against the potential pollution, the firemen from Bouches-du-Rhône (South East cost) equiped...

LCJ CAPTEURS at Nautic Paris Boat Show One more time, LCJ CAPTEURS will be present at Nautic Paris Boat Show, which gather each year in the december, every sectors in the nautic industry. At the occasion, it becomes the most indoor port in France. We will be...

For the fifth consecutive year, we will exhibit at present at METS 2017, the world's largest marine equipment trade show, in Amsterdam from November 14th to 16th, in the booth number 1-736. Come to discover during the METS : CV7SF2 - ultrasonic wind sensor wireless new generation The...

  The safety with LCJ Capteurs Think to protect your telescopic mast! Here is an example of use with one of our ultrasonic Wind sensors on the ATERMES protection system. Thanks to a wide choice of industrial interfaces, our CV7 range sensors is easy to integrate into measurements...

Sensor LCJ is integrates into the station   The first Holfuy station in Lithuania is active in a flying-club ! This station integrates an LCJ Capteurs ultrasonic wind sensor, a rain sensor, a temperature and humidity sensor in a solar radiation shield, and a camera! To see live station...

LCJ Capteurs offers videos to help you on differents installations. Here, we will see how to install our ultrasonic wind sensors CV3F, CV7 and CV7SF (wireless) to the OPEN CPN software. Thanks for watching our video ! Stay tuned : Follow us on social networks! ...

Mantsbrite Marine Electronics will be donating an LCJ CV3F ultrasonic wind sensor to the Vine Trust for use on their latest medical vessel, the “MV Forth Hope” which was formally named by the patron of the Vine Trust HRH the Princess Royal back in May...