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La Meda Profilante di Communication Technology fornisce in tempo reale profili ad alta risoluzione spaziale di tutta la colonna d'acqua.
Meteo-Marine Buoy for coastal installations
Il LISC è il potente datalogger di Communication Technology sviluppato per le applicazioni di monitoraggio oceanografico in tempo reale.
Wave Height & Direction Meter with built-in ACM; capable of burst sampling and long-term averaging
The Highest-Quality Currents and Waves Data with a Single ADCP...
The Monitor is Teledyne RD Instruments’ most popular direct-reading Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler. The unit is typically bottom frame-mounted and hard-wired to shore to provide real-time monitoring of coastal currents.
The self-contained Sentinel is Teledyne RD Instruments’ most popular and versatile Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) configuration, boasting thousands of units in operation in over 50 countries around the world.
The 300 kHz long-range Horizontal Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (H-ADCP) is a narrow beam acoustic monitoring system that “looks” out horizontally from an offshore or coastal to measure near-surface water currents and multi-directional waves.
Used in conjunction with an Teledyne RDI Waves Array, the new NEMO Waves Processing Module actually processes your ADCP/ Waves data at the source, removing the typical constraints for transmitting this data to the surface.
The 26plus combines Sea-Bird's non-volatile FLASH memory with a stable time base, precision thermometer, and Quartz crystal pressure sensor to provide wave and tide recording of unprecedented resolution and accuracy, along with high-quality temperature information. An input connector for an optional SBE 4M conductivity sensor is standard.
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.
The Brizo is a highly accurate (1 cm, 3°) directional wave height sensor for placement on moored buoys. Utilizing the lowest power, all signal Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receiver for measurements, the Brizo can relay parameters and spectra for wave periods of 1.6 to 33 seconds on a <1 W power budget. The Brizo has optional integrated telemetry options that suit your deployment along with built in data logging. The communication modules along with the GNSS antenna allows for simple sensor addition to existing oceanographic and navigation buoys, adapting them as wave measuring modules.