The SeaFET™ Ocean pH Sensor was developed by Dr. Kenneth Johnson of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) and Dr. Todd Martz of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego. Satlantic has collaborated with MBARI and Scripps to make the instrument commercially available to the research community.
An advanced active fluorometer designed to measure variable chlorophyll fluorescence in photosynthetic organisms.
A combination of precision optics and high performance microelectronics which can be operated as a stand-alone device or in a networked environment as a part of a larger system.
Hyperspectral radiometers, with a calibrated range of 350 - 800 nm and fully characterized cosine response, are designed to be mounted on real-time profilers, coastal and deep water buoys, autonomous underwater vehicles, research vessels and airplanes.
Satlantic’s series of Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR) sensors provide highly accurate measurements of PAR (400 - 700 nm) for a wide range of aquatic and terrestrial applications. From limnologists and oceanographers to plant and crop physiologists, scientists trust Satlantic PAR sensors to provide superior data quality and rugged construction to withstand harsh field conditions.
Flexible platforms that expand sensor capabilities of profiling floats by providing multispectral radiometry, nitrate, scattering, beam attenuation, chlorophyll, and CDOM measurements to complement the temperature, salinity and oxygen measurements of the profiling float.
The Industry-leading sensor for nitrate measurement