Turner Design Cyclops-6K Submersible Sensors

Monday, April 01, 2013

Cyclops-6K, the newest version of the Cyclops-7 Submersible Sensors, enables fluorescence detection to ocean depths of 6,000 meters. Reinforced Titanium housing and a specialized optical head ensure sensor integrity at extreme pressures. The LED excitation source allows for low power consumption and excellent signal stability enabling long-term deployments. The introduction of the Cyclops-6K gives researchers a new, affordable tool for deep ocean exploration.

Designed for Integration, the Cyclops-6K integrates easily with any third-party platform that supplies power and datalogging.

Product Highlights:
-    6000 meter depth
-    Reinforced Titanium housing
-    Easily integrates with CTDs, ROVs, AUVs
-    Small size
-    Low power consumption
-    Excellent turbidity rejection
-    Affordable price/excellent value
http://turnerdesigns.com


(As published in the March 2013 edition of Marine Technologies - www.seadiscovery.com)

 

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