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New CTD from Idronaut

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Posted by Eric Haun

Idronaut said it will present a new low power, high performance CTD at Ocean Business 2017.
The new Ocean Seven 310 CTD (OS310) can be interfaced with up to 14 analog sensors and two digital sensors.
In addition to Idronaut's full suite of sensors, including the Idronaut pH sensor, the OS310 can be equipped with UV antifouling and an innovative optical dissolved oxygen sensor.
Sampling rates are user configurable from 1Hz to 28Hz to suite demanding monitoring activities.
The OS310 can be used as a stand-alone data logger or for full ocean profiling with standard oceanographic coaxial cables up to 12Km long.

Mar 20, 2017

 

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