AIRMAR Technology Corporation

  • 35 Meadowbrook Dr
    03055 Milford
    United States

About AIRMAR Technology Corporation

 AIRMAR Technology pushes the boundaries of ultrasonic technology to develop advanced products that withstand the harshest ocean environments while reliably facilitating data gathering from surface to full ocean depth. Our comprehensive suites of oceanographic and survey transducers, plus our IPX7-rated WeatherStation® instruments, deliver performance that meets the most challenging mission requirements.

Sensing Through Water

Airmar offers a comprehensive line of transducers for hydrographic survey and underwater scientific applications, including models suitable for shallow and deep water survey, sub-bottom profiling, navigation, fisheries research and aquatic habitat assessment. Customization of transducers for specific marine applications is also available.

Sensing Weather

We also offer ultrasonic WeatherStation® Instruments for ASVs, buoys, offshore monitoring platforms, and more. Developed with an IPX7 rating, along with other features that meet the operational challenges faced at sea, our rugged instruments are trusted to deliver proven performance under the toughest conditions.

EchoRange™ Smart™ Sensors

Airmar’s ultrasonic EchoRange Smart Sensors deliver depth and water temperature data to any NMEA device. With embedded transceivers and sophisticated digital signal processing, they are ideal for applications such as hydrographic survey, ASVs, UUVs and inspection.

Our next level EchoRange+™ with Echo Envelope Option enables user-defined depth range and echo waveform for bottom detection to 200 m. Compact and cost effective, with multiple mounting options, EchoRange+ is the most versatile line of field survey transducers available for autonomous hydrographic survey and fixed applications.

M190 Survey Transducer

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