SIMPLE TECH. ADVANCED RESULTS.
Pair next generation insights with a simple UI: enhance your performance on and off the water.
- 25 Hz L1+L5 dual-band, multi-constellation GNSS receiver
- 3-axis magnetometer
- 3-axis gyroscope
- 3-axis accelerometer
- Ambient light sensor
- Temperature sensor
- Data logging at 10 Hz
- High contrast, sunlight-readable
- 160 degree viewing cone
- 4.4" transflective LCD screen
- 320x240 pixel resolution, 91 ppi
- Digits up to 90 mm height (landscape), 40 mm height (2 metrics, portrait mode)
- Optically bonded 1.1 mm Gorilla Glass
- Multi-layer anti-reflective (AR) coating
- Water-shedding hydrophobic coating
- RGB LED array
- Run time: 100+ hours
- Integrated 4600 mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery
- Qi-compatible wireless charging
- 256 MB integrated storage
- 100+ hours, depending on logging rate
- Log at 2, 5, or 10Hz
- Countdown timer
- Shift tracking
- Stripchart view
"The Atlas is a huge part of my training: we use data and video to get better and push to the Games"
New metrics include airtime, speed runs, jump height and distance, and more. View your stats on live in a way other sensors can't support.
Absolutely! The Atlas Edge fully supports RaceSense for both RC and competitors with its internal suite of widgets. This means Atlas Edge users will be able to compete in RaceSense events but will NOT be able to see DTL.
We're working with both the entire Atlas family to use our Class Compliant modes to create legal profiles for the Atlas across the board. You can lock down the Atlas Edge to restrict its capabilities and comply with most class rules. It's always best to check with your class measurer, however, about legality.
The hardware for the Atlas Edge and A2 are super similar, and they're compatible with all the same mounts. Most of the key differences are functions. Here's a quick list of functions the Atlas 2 has that the Atlas Edge doesn't.
- Distance to Line (TTL and TTB)
- Sensor support