An autonomous scientific echosounder with unmatched combination of multiple frequency operation, low power and long endurance that fits your budget
The Profling Beacon by Communication Technology provides Real-Time profiles of the whole column of water.
Meteo-Marine Buoy for coastal installations
LISC is the powerful datalogger by Communication Technology for the real-time monitoring of Oceanographic data.
The Cyclops Integrator™ provides a package optimized for integrating Cyclops™ sensors into vehicles.
The CYCLOPS-7™ line of submersible sensors is designed for integration into multi-parameter platforms requiring a high performance, compact sensor at a significantly lower price than traditional submersible sensors. The CYCLOPS-7™ combination of price, performance and size makes the sensor very attractive for oceanographic, freshwater and dye tracing applications.
The C6P™ Submersible Fluorometer can be configured with up to six optical sensors ranging from the deep ultraviolet to the infrared spectrum.
The C3™ Submersible Fluorometer can be configured with one, two or three optical sensors ranging from the deep ultraviolet to the infrared spectrum.
C-FLUOR are sensitive, extremely low power single wavelength in situ fluorescence and turbidity probes available in several optical configurations spanning a broad range of applications.
The Opti-Check™ is a small, lightweight, highly durable handheld fluorometer ideal for quick measurements in the field.
The AquaFluor® is a lightweight, inexpensive, handheld fluorometer/turbidimeter ideal for field use.
The Trilogy® Laboratory Fluorometer is a compact laboratory instrument for making fluorescence, absorbance and turbidity measurements using the appropriate snap-in Application Module.
he 10AU™ Field Fluorometer is a rugged, field-portable instrument that can be set up for continuous-flow monitoring or discrete sample analyses.
Based upon the highly successful WET Labs’ ECO sensor, Sea-Bird Scientific has developed an industry leading detection technology creating a 5X optical resolution improvement over its predecessor.