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SBE-36 & PDIM

SBE-36 & PDIM
The SBE 36 Deck Unit provides surface power and real-time data acquisition and control for an SBE 19, 19plus, 19plus V2, 25, 25plus, or 49 CTD, or SBE 50 Pressure Sensor, interfacing with a Power and Data Interface Module (PDIM).

SBE-36 & PDIM

Sea-Bird Electronics

The SBE 36 Deck Unit provides surface power and real-time data acquisition and control for an SBE 19, 19plus, 19plus V2, 25, 25plus, or 49 CTD, or SBE 50 Pressure Sensor, interfacing with a Power and Data Interface Module (PDIM). The SBE 36 remains at the surface, while the PDIM is installed on or near the CTD (the term CTD refers to the listed CTDs as well as the SBE 50 Pressure Sensor). The system allows for two-way communication for the CTD over a single- or multi-conductor sea cable, and provides ample power for auxiliary sensors that may not otherwise be supportable by a battery-powered CTD.

The rack-mountable SBE 36 supplies DC power for the underwater units, decodes the serial data, and passes the data to a computer. The SBE 36 rear-panel switch permits operation from 120 VAC or 240 VAC 50/60 Hz input power. Other features include:

NMEA interface for navigational data -- The SBE 36 decodes messages output from navigation devices supporting NMEA 0183 protocol. Decoded Latitude and Longitude are appended to the CTD data stream in the SBE 36, and are passed to the computer for storage and/or display with the CTD data.

A/D converter for Surface PAR sensor -- The SBE 36 supplies 12 volts to power the sensor. Surface PAR data is appended to the CTD data stream in the SBE 36, and is passed to the computer for storage and/or display with the CTD data.

The PDIM completes the underwater interface to the CTD. The PDIM housing is anodized aluminum rated to 6800 meters (22,300 ft) depth.

Documenti

Depliant
Brochure SBE-36 & PDIM - Download

Manuale
Manuale SBE-36 & PDIM - Download

Application Note
AN 47: Using Biospherical Instruments Surface PAR Light Sensor with SBE 33 or SBE 36 Deck Unit - Download
AN 68: Using USB Ports to Communicate with Sea-Bird Instruments - Download
AN 71: Desiccant Use and Regeneration (drying) - Download