Net Logic release the worlds smallest BNWAS motion sensor

Net Logic release the Mini PIR (passive infrared) motion detect module for the Wireless BNWAS, WatchKeeper+ Net Logic are the developers and manufacturers of the world first type approved wireless Bridge Navigation Watch Alarm System and have launched a new module for the system: the smallest PIR on the market. The wireless BNWAS has been the choice for Superyachts since the legislation came in due to the fact that it can be installed with minimum disruption to the vessel, its ease of installation, and the aesthetics. The system can be installed within 24 hours and the master control unit is an easily navigable LCD touch screen with blue pulsating lights. The wireless BNWAS has had the option of a PIR unit since it’s launch. This was developed initially as a wireless PIR that detects movement, whereby the system resets while you go about your normal bridge operation. The mini PIR is the smallest PIR available on the market and has been developed to use minimum bridge space and requiring only a simple interface with the Alarm Interface Unit. There are now two solutions on offer with the PIR sensors: the wireless unit which is the size of the Master Control Unit which has a 3.2” LCD touch screen, and has the advantage of it being wireless; and the Mini PIR which is 72mm x 62mm x 25mm, smaller in length than a biro, is wired in to the MCU. Jack Robinson, Global Distribution Manager, for Net Logic states: “During our many installs we became aware that many yachts have no space left within the bridge to fit a standard PIR or did not want to fit PIR of brands that resemble home alarm based movement sensors and look out of place of a Luxury yacht, so we launched the Mini PIR” The PIR motion sensor has become a standard choice for most yachts allowing simple automatic reset and reducing lost time at key moments such as during port arrivals or departure and reducing wear and tear on manual reset units. With this new market offering Net Logic stay ahead on the competition and remain consistent with their mission statement; creating simple solutions to complex problems. To find our more regarding the wireless BNWAS, WatchKeeper+, contact Jack Robinson on +34625297442 or email And for press and marketing contact Helena Clegg at  

The worlds smallest BNWAS motion sensor

Wireless BNWAS