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Digiquartz® Depth Sensors provide the ultimate precision in water level meaurements.
Digiquartz® Depth Sensors provide the ultimate precision in water level meaurements.
The Model 745 and Model 765 are new next generation products with enhanced features. These new products are direct replacements for Models 740 and Model 760 which are used as transfer standards in laboratory and field applications.
Digiquartz® Depth Sensors provide the ultimate precision in water level meaurements.
Geodesy + Ocean Disasters Sensors (GODS) modules have been developed for both disaster warning and geodetic measurements.
The instrumentation package includes deep-sea absolute pressure gauges, a triaxial accelerometer, and nano-resolution processing electronics. An in-situ calibration system eliminates pressure sensor drift. The GODS modules work on cabled systems, in remote ocean bottom recorders, and in underwater vehicles.
Model 765 High Accuracy Portable Pressure Standard
Intelligent Transmitters Series 1000 - 6000 - 9000
Absolute Pressure Transducer Series 3000 and 4000
A Navis autonomous profiling float with integrated optical Dissolved Oxygen sensor (SBE 63) and bolt-on WET Labs ECO Triplet is now available from Sea-Bird Scientific. The sensors take continuous measurements at 1 Hz through ascent, and provide high accuracy, resolution, and stability.
A Navis autonomous profiling float with integrated optical Dissolved Oxygen sensor (SBE 63) and WET Labs MCOMS is now available from Sea-Bird Scientific. The sensors take continuous measurements at 1 Hz through ascent, and provide high accuracy, resolution, and stability.
The SeapHOx combines the Satlantic SeaFET pH sensor with the Sea-Bird Electronics SBE 37-SMP-ODO MicroCAT CTD+DO sensor. The SeapHOx allows for the integrated data collection of pH with the critical oceanographic and biological measurement of temperature, salinity, and oxygen. The integrated package also allows the SeaFETTM to take advantage of the SBE 37's pumped flow path and anti-fouling technology, extending deployment durations in some cases.
The standard SBE 9plus underwater unit has an aluminum housing rated to 6800 meters (22,300 ft), and is supplied with one conductivity and one temperature sensor (fitted with a TC Duct and constant-flow pump), and an internally mounted, temperature-compensated Paroscientific Digiquartz pressure sensor for 6800 meter (10,000 psia) full scale range.
The SBE 16plus V2 (Version 2) SeaCAT Recorder measures temperature and conductivity (pressure optional) and provides high accuracy and resolution, reliability, and ease-of-use on moorings and other long-duration, fixed-site deployments.
The SBE 16plus V2 (Version 2) SeaCAT Recorder measures temperature and conductivity (pressure optional) and provides high accuracy and resolution, reliability, and ease-of-use on moorings and other long-duration, fixed-site deployments.
The SBE 19plus V2 (Version 2) SeaCAT Profiler measures conductivity, temperature, and pressure (depth) and provides high accuracy and resolution, reliability, and ease-of-use for a wide range of research, monitoring, and engineering applications.
The SBE 29 pressure sensor, used on our SBE 25 Sealogger CTD (no longer in production as of 2012), is a modular sensor consisting of a mechanical strain-gauge pressure transducer with thermistor temperature compensation.
The SBE 37-IM MicroCAT is a high-accuracy conductivity and temperature sensor/recorder (pressure optional) with internal battery, non-volatile memory, and built-in Inductive Modem. Calibration coefficients are stored in EEPROM, allowing output of C, T, P, and time in ASCII engineering units (decimal or XML; raw output available).
The SBE 37-IMP MicroCAT is a high-accuracy conductivity and temperature (pressure optional) recorder with internal battery, non-volatile memory, built-in Inductive Modem, and Integral Pump. Calibration coefficients are stored in EEPROM, allowing output of C, T, P, and time in ASCII engineering units (decimal or XML; raw output available).
The SBE 37-IMP-ODO MicroCAT is a high-accuracy conductivity and temperature (pressure optional) recorder with internal batteries, memory, built-in Inductive Modem, integral Pump, and Optical Dissolved Oxygen sensor.
The SBE 37-SI MicroCAT is a high-accuracy conductivity and temperature (pressure optional) sensor with Serial Interface, which includes a non-volatile FLASH memory.
The SBE 37-SIP MicroCAT is a high-accuracy conductivity and temperature (pressure optional) sensor with Serial Interface and integral Pump, which includes a non-volatile memory.
The SBE 37-SM MicroCAT is a high-accuracy conductivity and temperature (pressure optional) recorder with Serial interface, internal battery, and non-volatile Memory.
The SBE 37-SMP MicroCAT is a high-accuracy conductivity and temperature (pressure optional) recorder with Serial interface, internal battery, non-volatile Memory, and integral Pump.
The SBE 37-SMP-ODO MicroCAT is a high-accuracy conductivity and temperature (pressure optional) recorder with Serial interface, internal batteries, Memory, integral Pump, and Optical Dissolved Oxygen sensor.
The SBE 39plus is a high-accuracy temperature (pressure optional) recorder with internal battery pack and non-volatile memory for deployment at depths up to 10,500 meters.
The SBE 39-IM is a high-accuracy temperature (pressure optional) recorder with built-in Inductive Modem.
The SBE 50 is a high-accuracy, high-resolution (16 Hz sampling) pressure sensor, intended for towed vehicle, ROV, AUV, or other autonomous profiling applications at depths up to 7000 meters (23,000 feet).
The SBE 53 BPR measures full ocean depth water level with extremely high resolution, accuracy, and stability. The BPR combines a uniquely precise and stable time base with low-power frequency-acquisition circuitry, Paroscientific Digiquartz® pressure transducer, non-volatile 32 MB FLASH memory, and a precision thermometer, to provide unprecedented bottom-pressure recording capability. An optional SBE 4M conductivity sensor can be added to provide salinity data.
Reliable detection of deep ocean tsunami waves without generating false alarms requires a sensor that accurately detects pressure changes of millimeter scale while sampling rapidly enough to characterize the shape of the tsunami waves and reflections in real-time. In addition to having extremely high resolution, the acquisition circuitry must be low power and free of noise, drift, and temperature-induced changes. The pressure sensor must be extremely reliable, stable, and capable of generating high resolution outputs.