A Sound Velocity Sensor is a device that is used for measuring the speed of sound, specifically in a body of water. A Sound Velocity Profiler measures the speed of sound throughout the column of water. Sound velocity in water is measured by either using a small acoustic signal which is sent to a receiver at a known distance or by measuring the variables affecting sound velocity in water; salinity, temperature and pressure variables.
Base•X is a rugged, shallow water logging instrument. Designed for profiling in coastal waters, the instrument includes a shackle, a sensor cage, and an LED statu
The rapidCAST™ system gives surveyors the ability to eliminate survey downtime and minimize bathymetry data uncertainty associated with challenging sound velocity co
Known for its rugged performance and ease of use, Minos•X can do more than ever before. Traditionally configured for SVPT or CTD, new CT•Xchange turns Minos•X into t
The latest generation of AML Oceanographic’s Base•X presents the best profiler technology of today in a compact form. Available in 100m and 500m versions, Base•X₂ re
The Valeport rapidSV profiler has been developed for the fast collection of Sound Velocity Profiles, without compromising the quality of the data. The world’s
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