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Infrared UTV Belt Temp Sensor for Lowrance Now Available!

 

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The new Infrared UTV Belt Temp Sensor for Lowrance GPS Units is now available!

This infrared belt temp sensor is an easy install accessory for Lowrance HDS and Elite Ti GPS Units. It simply connects to the N2K network just like a Point-1 Baja Antenna, and displays your CVT Belt Temp right on the Lowrance GPS screen. Keep an eye on your belt temp in order to adjust your driving style or as an aid in clutch tuning for prolonging the life of your CVT Belt.

Simply drill a 3/8″ – 1/2″ hole in the plastic belt cover above the center of your belt, and stick on the sensor with the lens centered over the hole. The sensor contours to the belt cover with a 3/16″ thick waterproof closed cell foam & easily sticks on with a high strength waterproof adhesive by 3M.

Install on a clean plastic surface, and hold down for 30 seconds. Wait 24 hours to fully adhere.

*Compatible with Gen2 or Newer HDS Units, and Elite Ti 7″ Or Larger. Not Compatible with Elite-5 Ti.

*Sensor Only, NMEA 2000 Connectors or extension cables not included.
For NMEA 2000 components, please visit: Lowrance Data Cables & Connectors

For more information or  to order yours, please visit: UTV Infrared Belt Temp Sensor for Lowrance GPS

I also have a fun demo video on the Rugged Routes YouTube Channel  that is also posted below.  I hope you all get a little kick out of it and share it with your friends.
Thank you
-Steven Lutz

Infrared Belt Temperature Gauge/Sensor for Lowrance Off Road GPS

Now Available at: https://ruggedroutes.com/UTV-belt-temperature-gauge-sensor-lowrance-off-road-gps.html

Infrared UTV Belt Temp Sensor for Lowrance GPS Units 
This infrared belt temp sensor is an easy install accessory for Lowrance HDS and Elite Ti GPS Units. It simply connects to the N2K network just like a Point-1 Baja Antenna, and displays your CVT Belt Temp right on the Lowrance GPS screen. Keep an eye on your belt temp in order to adjust your driving style or as an aid in clutch tuning for prolonging the life of your CVT Belt.
Simply drill a 3/8″ – 1/2″ hole in the plastic belt cover above the center of your belt, and stick the sensor on. The sensor is a small cube & contours to the belt cover with a 3/16″ thick waterproof closed cell foam & easily sticks on with a high strength waterproof adhesive by 3M.

Install on a clean plastic surface, hold down for 30 seconds and wait 24 hours to fully adhere.

*Compatible with Gen2 or Newer HDS Units, and Elite Ti 7″ Or Larger. Not Compatible with Elite-5 Ti.

*Sensor Only, NMEA 2000 Connectors or extension cables not included.
For NMEA 2000 components, please visit: Lowrance Data Cables & Connectors

 

An infrared belt temp sensor for UTVs that allows the belt temp  gauge to be displayed on the screen of a Lowrance HDS or Elite Ti GPS unit.
The above video shows, what the sensor looks like, how it attaches to the GPS and how to configure the GPS to display the temperature. 

Side-by-Side Infrared Belt Temp Sensor for Lowrance Off Road GPS

If you drive your side-by-side hard, and are concerned about the belt breaking due to excessive heat, then you may want to check this out.
This is a new product that I’ve been working on for some time now and want to get some feedback. please post comments below the video the YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQ20XCJKrDk
In short, This product uses an infrared sensor to measure the temperature of the CVT drive belt, and sends the temperature to the Lowrance GPS to be displayed as a data overlay. There aren’t any modifications required to the Lowrance itself, just enable the proper overlay. The infrared temp sensor hooks up via a single cable into the NMEA 2000 network for quick and simple install.

 

Lowrance HDS-7 Live Off Road GPS Now Available!

The latest generation of Lowrance units are available!
Replacing the HDS Carbon series is the HDS live series. The 7″ Units are currently listed and available on the website at: https://ruggedroutes.com/Lowrance-HDS-Live.html

9″, 12″ and 16″ units will also be listed soon. If you need the larger unit prior to seeing the online listing or have quesions, please contact us via e-mail using the web form at: https://ruggedroutes.com/index.php?route=information/contact

 

Arizona Off Road Trail Maps for Lowrance GPS

The Arizona map is Compatible with Lowrance HDS and Elite Ti GPS Units and will be shipping by May 31st, 2018.You can pre-order yours now and get additional information, here:
https://ruggedroutes.com/funtreks-guide-to-arizona-lowrance-map-by-rugged-routes-rr-lowftaz.html

One very popular area that I get calls for all the time is Arizona. It’s extremely difficult for me to make a detailed trail map that covers an entire state. However, I was able to complete the new map of 100 Trails based on the Guide to Arizona Backroads & 4×4 Trails Guidebook by Funtreks. It includes Aerial imagery of the trails, the trails and trail heads which are color coded according to trail difficulty as well as Waypoints mentioned in the book. Each trailhead and Waypoint as has an info box that displays text from the book. These info boxes are loaded with information such as  trail introductions and extra info along the trail such as optional off-shoots, photo spots and hikes.
A quick preview of this map can be seen on the Rugged Routes youtube Channel here;
https://www.youtube.com/c/Ruggedroutesmaps?sub_confirmation=1

The Arizona map is Compatible with Lowrance HDS and Elite Ti GPS Units and will be shipping by May 31st, 2018. You can preorder yours now and get additional information, here:
https://ruggedroutes.com/funtreks-guide-to-arizona-lowrance-map-by-rugged-routes-rr-lowftaz.html

I’m also currently working on a separate map specifically of the Arizona Peace Trail, new Topo map of the U.S. and many others.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 909-547-4651 or send us an e-mail via the web page here:
https://ruggedroutes.com/index.php?route=information/contact