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AML Oceanographic Product Launches

  08/03/2012
AML Oceanographic will be launching two new Xchange sensor-heads and two new instruments at Oceanology International 2012 to be held from 13 to 15 March 2012 in London (UK). The addition of these products creates an ecosystem of six swappable sensor-heads - sound velocity, conductivity, temperature, pressure, dissolved oxygen and turbidity - to be deployed on any of five different instrument models.

 

 

New sensor-heads include an optical dissolved oxygen sensor-head, DO·Xchange, and a nephelometric turbidity sensor-head, Turbidity·Xchange.  The new X·Series platform is Metrec·X, a multi-parameter real-time instrument designed for externally powered applications like ROVs or AUVs. The companyare is also introducing bathyMetrec•X, a new state-of-the-art bathymetric system.  bathyMetrec•X is the only instrument to combine the all key features of a bathymetric system: a low drift, high accuracy 0.01% Paroscientific Digiquartz pressure sensor; a high accuracy time-of-flight sound velocity sensor, for altimeter correction; and the ability to calculate salinity and density.

 




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