2018

nke-instrumentation: New WiSens Multiparameters Probes

The new WiSens sensors, are autonomous DataLoggers, able to connect via WiFi (WEB Browser) to any device (Tablet, mobile ...), supported by both iOS, Mac OS, Windows and Android, with the big advantage of not be associated with any specific Software.
The Family:
- WiSens CTD measures and records values of temperature, pressure and conductivity, at a maximum working depth of 300m
- WiSens TBD measures and records data of temperature, pressure and turbidity, at a maximum working depth of 500m
- WiSens TD measures and records data of temperature and pressure, at a working depth between 5 to 6000m
- WiSens Wave measures and records data of temperature, tide and wave, at a maximum working depth of 50m

Chelsea CTG - FastBallast, Portable Compliance Monitor

Portable system for on board compliance monitoring of treated ballast water to the IMO D2 (10 to 50 µm) standard.

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New AANDERAA Motus Sensor

The Aanderaa directional wave sensor MOTUS (movement in latin), is a compact, low power accelerometer based sensor that is designed to accurately measure multi-spectrum directional waves from standard hydrography and navigation buoys.
An inbuilt feature is its flexibility since it can be adapted to different types of buoys and that it does not need to be placed in the center of gravity of the buoy to work correctly.

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Chelsea CTG New V-Lux Multi-Parameter Fluorometer

The V-Lux Multi-parameter fluorometer is configured to detect either Algae, Aromatic Hydrocarbons or Tryptophan-like fluorescence. Fluorescence is automatically corrected for turbidity, absorbance and temperature to provide robust data collection over extended deployments.

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New AANDERAA Sailbuoy

Sailbuoy with Aanderaa Sensor Pack:
- The Sailbuoy offers a unique method to gather data in remote locations
- Completely autonomous, driven by wind and solar energy, this robust vessel features a low cost way to gather ocean data from the surface layers
- The Aanderaa version of the Sailbuoy features a specially designed keel for sensors
- Data is transmitted in real time via Iridium Satellite
- Autopiloting is done via Iridium Satellite from shore using a simple mapping application
- Fouling is avoided using a UV light

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