All of the Trillium family of sensors are available for use in OBS deployments. Sensors are packaged within pressure spheres with active gimbal systems for leveling during deployment. Nanometrics currently works with SCRIPPS in the US who provides the pressure vessels and gimbal systems.
The 6000m Aquadopp is "the big brother" in the line of Aquadopp models. The all-titanium mechanical housing is built to last at great ocean depths. The overall design is the results of a testing and verification process that has included many of the world's largest oceanographic institutions.
Teledyne RDI's vessel-mounted Ocean Surveyor family of ADCPs continues to raise the bar, collecting detailed maps of the distribution of water currents and suspended materials through the water column and along the ship's path - at depths and resolutions previously considered unattainable.
Teledyne RDI's acoustic Doppler systems and software have been chosen by nearly every offshore operator worldwide to support their exploration drilling programs. Current data is gathered and displayed in real time to enable crucial operational decision-making.
The Wave and Surface Current Monitoring System WaMoS® II has been developed for real time measurement of directional ocean wave spectra. A significant advantage of WaMoS® II is the continuous availability of wave data in rough seas, under harsh weather conditions with limited visibility, and at night.
The HOBO U12 Deep Ocean Water Temperature Logger is a single-channelwater temperature logger with 12-bit resolution that can record up to 43,000 measurements. With its robust titanium housing, this logger is designed to withstand ocean extremes of depth and temperature.
For automated, real-time surface current mapping and wave monitoring. The SeaSonde HF radar system by CODAR Ocean Sensors is your solution for making continuous, wide-area ocean observations. The SeaSonde will provide you with years of real-time data over large coverage areas, with ranges up to 200 km.
INFINITY-Deep is an autonomously deployable data logger for current speed measurements in the deep oceans. The currents in the deep oceans are very weak. It is too hard to accurately measure the deep water currents by some ADVs (Acoustic Doppler Velocimeters) that detect the Doppler-effect by scatter with the suspended particles in the water, because the concentration is very low.
The Palm Abbe AQUAR Digital Seawater Refractometer is a professional refractometer for testing seawater, salt water, and brackish ocean water for oceanography, aquaculture, aquariums, desalination plants, and ocean research. The model AQUAR-H2O measures salinity in Practical Salinity Units (PSU) and Specific Gravity.
The Palm Abbe AQUAR Digital Seawater Refractometer is a professional refractometer for testing seawater, salt water, and brackish ocean water for oceanography, aquaculture, aquariums, desalination plants, and ocean research. The model AQUAR-H5O measures seawater salinity in Practical Salinity Units (PSU), Sigma-t Density, Specific Gravity, Conductivity, and Chlorinity.
Want to more accurately simulate the natural environment for your tank inhabitants? Moonlight in the ocean is believed to be as significant as the time spent in full daylight. Moonlight triggers various internal and external biological activities among the many thousands of reef organisms.
The SonTek/YSI 10-MHz ADV (Acoustic Doppler Velocimeter) is a proven, accurate solution for high-precision, 3-axis (3D), velocity measurements in a wide variety of settings from the laboratory to the ocean.
A safe and reliable approach to obtaining wave data from the comparatively safe and calm conditions of the ocean bottom. Operational in depths up to 225 meters. Excellent horizontal resolution using a high frequency (420 Khz) transducer with narrow (1.8 degree) beam width.
RDI's vessel-mounted Ocean Surveyor family of ADCPs continues to raise the bar, collecting detailed maps of the distribution of water currents and suspended materials through the water column and along the ship's path—at depths and resolutions previously considered unattainable.
he Vectrino is a high-resolution acoustic velocimeter used to measure 3D water velocity in a wide variety of applications from the laboratory to the ocean. The basis measurement technology is coherent Doppler processing, which is characterized by accurate data with no appreciable zero offset.
Guralp provides a range of borehole and ocean bottom instruments that combine the high sensitivity of our seismometers with the high clip-level of our accelerometers, delivering a hybrid instrument with vast dynamic range.
The Seawatch Wave Buoy is a multi-sensor data buoy capable of measuring wave height and direction, ocean current speed and direction, meteorological parameters, sea surface temperature, salinity and temperature and salinity profiles.
The MA887 is an optical instrument that employs the measurement of the refractive index to determine the salinity of natural and artificial seawater, ocean water or brackish intermediates.The digital refractometer eliminates the uncertainty associated with mechanical refractometers and is easily portable for ship, shore or home use.