|Applied Microsystemshas released the Minos product range. The Minos SVP and Minos CTD are designed for vertical profiling from small launches or boats.|
They are characterised by their compact design, being roughly half the size of Applied Microsystems Plus v2, the instrument is sized to allow ease-of-deployment from small launches or boats. A LED indicator light provides pre-deployment feedback on battery and logging status.
With the recent release of SV·Xchange and the upcoming release of P·Xchange - field swappable sound velocity and pressure sensors - the Minos SVP is the only profiler on the market that doesn't need to return to the factory for calibration purposes.
Ocean Business 2009 will be the public launch of this exciting new product and Applied Microsystems invites you to stop by Booth U1 to learn more.
Supplier: AML Oceanographic
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