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Month: September 2017

McLane Parflux Sediment Traps

McLane Parflux Sediment Traps

McLane Parflux Sediment Traps come in two sizes The Parflux time-series sediment trap was the first product developed by Sus Honjo and Ken Docherty when they founded McLane Research Laboratories back in 1983, and remains a major product line today. There are instruments deployed from the Arctic to the Antarctic regions, and some sampling stations have been continuously occupied by a McLane Sediment Trap for over 30 years. McLane Sediment Traps collect settling particles into sample bottles in a time-series…

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Seapoint Fluorometer Chlorophyll, Fluorescein, Rhodamine, Oil

Seapoint Fluorometer Chlorophyll, Fluorescein, Rhodamine, Oil

Seapoint Fluorometers provide high performance and low power Seapoint Fluorometers are high-performance, low power sensors for in-situ measurement of chlorophyll (SCF), Fluorescein (SFF), Rhodamine (SRF), and CDOM, crude oil and UV dye (SUVF). Their small size, very low power consumption, high sensitivity, wide dynamic range, 6000 metre depth capability, and open or pump-through sample volume options provide the power and flexibility to measure these under a wide variety of conditions. The fluorometer uses modulated LED lamps and an excitation filter…

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McLane Imaging FlowCytoBot (IFCB)

McLane Imaging FlowCytoBot (IFCB)

The McLane Imaging FlowCytoBot (IFCB) takes photos The McLane Imaging FlowCytobot (IFCB) is an automated submersible imaging flow cytometer that generates images of particles in-flow taken from the water. It uses a combination of flow cytometric and video technology to take high resolution photos of suspended particles. Laser-induced fluorescence and light scattering from individual particles are measured and used to trigger targeted image acquisition. The data are then transmitted to shore in real time. Photos collected during continuous monitoring can…

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Seapoint STMII Turbidity Sensors

Seapoint STMII Turbidity Sensors

Seapoint Sensors STMII analog turbidity sensors   Seapoint Sensors Inc. have been making turbidity sensors since 1994, and to date more than 16,000 have been supplied to clients all over the world. The analogue output Seapoint Turbidity Meter (STMII) has been the sensor of choice for most people because of its very low power requirement. The Seapoint Turbidity Meter detects light scattered by particles suspended in water, and generates an output voltage proportional to the water’s turbidity or suspended solids….

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