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seabed data (Seabed Monitoring) equipment

  • Seatooth - Model S300 - Wireless Datalogger

    Seatooth® S300: Wireless Datalogger, Wireless Controller, Wireless Modem, Wireless Video Streaming is WFS's new addition to the Seatooth® range: AVAILABLE NOW. Seatooth® S300 uses radio frequency (RF) technology to enable high data rate transmission over a short range, underwater.  S300  can be configured in a network ...

    By WFS Energy & Environment based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • SeaBat - Model IDH T20/50-R - Ultrahigh Resolution Multibeam Echosounder Survey System

    The SeaBat Integrated Dual Head (IDH) is the latest addition to the leading SeaBat T-series product range. Connected to just one very compact Rackmounted Sonar Processor (RSP), the SeaBat IDH is a complete and powerful sonar system.

    By Teledyne RESON A/S based in Slangerup, DENMARK. from Multibeam Echosounder Product line

  • Mitcham - Free Fall Cone Penetrometer (FFCP)

    The Free Fall Cone Penetrometer (FFCP) free falls through the water column and impacts the seabed to gather geophysical and geotechnical data. The information gathered helps in determining the seabed makeup and characteristics. The most common measurement is identifying the sheer strength of the seabed. This assists with determining the sea floor ...

    By Mitcham Industries, Inc. based in Huntsville, TEXAS (USA). from Hydrographic / Oceanographic Products Product line

  • Salla - Submersed Profiler

    Bottom-up profiler for demanding environment conditions. Salla is designed for all-year-round deployment. As it is anchored to the bottom then it is not affected by the weather conditions on the surface and it can be used also in areas where ice is covering the sea in wintertime.

    By Flydog Solutions OÜ based in Tallinn, ESTONIA.

  • RCM 9 (Recording Current Meter)

    A new instrument for measuing current speed and direction, temperature, pressure, turbidity, oxygen and conductivity in the sea, in lakes and in rivers. A special temperature range makes it well suited for use also in the Polar regions. The instrument features the new RCM Doppler Current Sensor and has several applications. The most common way to ...

    By Oceantech Co. based in Seoul, SOUTH KOREA.

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