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The sensor is responsible for detecting bases. It is mounted above your display (see the bottom section of this page for distance requirements). The position of the bases is sent to Foundry over WiFi (2.4GHz) or through a USB connection.

Included with the sensor is mounting hardware to which the sensor magnetically attaches. This hardware can be mounted to a microphone stand (3/8-16 UNC thread) or it can be directly mounted to the ceiling using a 4x35mm (or longer) countersunk screw. Using the provided mount, the sensor can be rotated in 2 directions: up/down and left/right.

Charging of the sensor is done through a USB-C cable (requiring up to 1500mA of current) or the sensor charging dock expansion. Programming of the firmware is done through the USB-C port or a web interface hosted on the sensor.

The sensor has a field of view, meaning that a minimum distance is required between the sensor and display (see the bottom section of this page for distance requirements). A wide-angle lens can be installed to increase the field of view. You can order the sensor with this lens pre-installed by selecting it on the product page, or you can order the lens separately and install it yourself*.


  • USB 2.0 Full Speed over a USB-C connection
  • 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n WiFi
  • 1200mAh battery
  • 5VDC at max 1500mA over USB-C or sensor charging dock expansion
  • Programming through USB or web interface
  • Power, reset and boot mode (for programming) switches
  • Power and battery indicator LED
  • Up to 16 simultaneous trackable bases (you can track as many bases as you want, but only up to 16 can be moved at the same time)
  • Mounting on 3/8" microphone stand or 4x35mm countersunk screw into ceiling
  • 44x77x18mm (WxLxH)
  • 61 gram without mounting hardware, 83 gram with mounting hardware

*To install the wide-angle sensor yourself you will need to open the sensor enclosure. The enclosure is held together using clips that are not designed for multiple openings. Opening the sensor can result in one or more clips breaking, which is usually not a big problem, but can at some point prevent the enclosure from properly closing. Damage resulting from opening the enclosure is not covered by the warranty.

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