LCJ Capteurs will be at METS !

LCJ Capteurs will be at METS !

Metstrade Marine Equipment Wind sensor

We will exhibit at METS in Amsterdam from 16th to 18th November 2021, where you can meet us at Hall 5 – Stand 05.530. After participating at METSTRADE-Connect in 2020, we will take part in our 9th show dedicated to the marine equipment professionals.

All our products available despite the context

After a year full of uncertainty for the entire marine industry due to the pandemic, we are particularly proud to have been able to anticipate our sourcing in order to process each order of our clients. Despite supply chain tensions worldwide, LCJ Capteurs keeps growing.

wind sensor available

Brand new models for the current market needs

New colors for the CV7 range : BLACK & NATO GREEN !

We are now pleased to offer a new model in black color to meet the needs of the Super Yacht market. A new NATO green design is also available upon request.

Based on our success in the terrestrial market and the various requests that have resulted to continuously adapt the product to the needs, we are also able to offer an ultrasonic wind sensor that operates down to -40°C.

cv7 black

CV7-HR  Reliability that skippers look for !

CV7-HR capteur de vent skipper

Besides, in order to meet a new need of the competitors at sea, we also propose a new ultra reactive ultrasonic wind sensor CV7-HR with 38400 Baud transmission and 120 Hz measurements.

STBG interface to replace your B&G or Raymarine masthead unit !

Further to being NMEA0183 (standard) and NMEA2000 (option) compatible, our ultrasonic wind vane-anemometers can now be connected to almost all onboard instruments thanks to our STBG universal interface, either for fixed or rotating masts.

wind sensor interface B&Gand Raymarine

French know-how : guarantee of quality

Long-lasting sensors !

In addition, out of the tens of thousands of sensors that have been installed for over 20 years, we have barely recorded 20 units returned this year.

This represents an annual average of products returned for several years and proves the quality and longevity of our ultrasonic wind vane-anemometers despite their operation in difficult climatic conditions at sea.
The French know-how of LCJ Capteurs is once again highlighted.

Credit : Vincent Groizeleau

CV3F ultrasonic wind vane-anemometer for all weather boats

Testing procedures to ensure reliability !

wind tunnel lcj capteurs
wind tunel testing for the model CV3F

Each sensor is tested :

  • in a wind tunnel,
  • then in a climatic chamber from -15°C (without frost) to +55°C)
  • and finally on an ageing bench.


Each test is recorded by serial number to ensure :

  • follow-up,
  • reliability,
  • accuracy
  • and robustness over time.

Always at the forefront of innovation !

LCJ Capteurs has already been rewarded 2 DAME Awards :

  • one for the CV7SFv1 wireless sensor in 2013 (since replaced by the CV7SFv2),
  • and the other for the NMEA2000 barometer BaroPlug in 2014 with a jury distinction.
dame awards at Metstrade

Thus, we maintain this mindset of innovation and constant adaptation in order to continue to provide high quality ultrasonic wind sensors with options, with cable and mounting bracket included in delivery, at a very good value for money.
Located near Nantes, France, the company was created in 1999 with the aim of designing a wind measurement sensor :

  • static,
  • rugged,
  • marinized,
  • lightweight,
  • compact,
  • accurate
  • and with low energy consumption.


Our double-patented ultrasonic measurement technology has become a must for wind speed and direction measures.

LCJ Capteurs honoured for local contribution to exports !

International Week Nantes 2021 prix coup de coeur

A “coup de cœur” distinction trophy was awarded to us this year by the Nantes-Saint Nazaire Chamber of Commerce and Industry to highlight our results and contribution to exports in the Pays de la Loire region.

We achieve more than 70% of our turnover through exports.

We always look for distributors all around the world to consolidate the reputation of our ultrasonic wind vane-anemometers among recreational and professional sailors.