The McLane Moored Profiler (MMP) autonomously profiles the water column along a fixed tether while carrying a selection of oceanographic sensors.
McLane Research LaboratoriesThe McLane Moored Profiler (MMP) autonomously profiles the water column along a fixed tether while carrying a selection of oceanographic sensors.
Profiling depth, time intervals and pressure stops are user-defined, and profiling patterns can span specific seasons or timeframes. An optional underwater inductive modem provides real-time communication between the MMP and a surface buoy or seabed node.
We offer two MMP models: the standard and extended version. The extended MMP provides 50% more battery capacity and is only 12.7cm longer than the standard MMP.
Brochure MMP - Download
Brochure McLane Stopper - Download
MMP Manual - Download
MMP Profiler Integrated Sensors - Download
MMP Different Profiling Modes - Download
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