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SeaOWL UV-A™ (Sea Oil-in-Water Locator)

SeaOWL UV-A™ (Sea Oil-in-Water Locator)
Sea-Bird Scientific introduces SeaOWL UV-ATM, a new in-situ oil-in-water sensor. Based-upon the highly successful WET Labs ECO sensor, Sea-Bird Scientific has developed an industry-leading oil-detection technology with 5X optical resolution improvement over its predecessor. SeaOWL UV-ATM measures crude oil-in-water using the same UV-A excitation and blue emission wavelengths (370 nm EX/ 460 nm EM) currently used in the ECO CDOM fluorometer. The SeaOWL UV-ATM improves the resolution and range of the ECO with a greater depth of field, optimized electronics and dynamic gain stage modulation. The new dynamic gain provides industry leading sensitivity across a large detection range making saturation unlikely in even the most heavily impacted environments. The compact SeaOWL UV-ATM design also includes chlorophyll fluorescence and 700 nm backscattering measurements to discriminate crude oil from phytoplankton and other natural sources of FDOM.
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SeapHOx™ Ocean CT(D)-pH-DO Sensor

SeapHOx™ Ocean CT(D)-pH-DO Sensor
The Sea-Bird Scientific SeapHOx combines the Satlantic SeaFET pH sensor with the Sea-Bird Electronics SBE 37-SMP-ODO MicroCAT CTD+DO sensor. The SeapHOx allows for the integrated data collection of pH with the critical oceanographic and biological measurement of temperature, salinity, and oxygen. The integrated package also allows the SeaFET to take advantage of the SBE 37's pumped flow path and anti-fouling technology, extending deployment durations in some cases.
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DEEP SUNA Nitrate Sensor

DEEP SUNA Nitrate Sensor
Satlantic’s new SUNA Deep UV nitrate sensor extends Satlantic’s line of in situ water quality monitoring sensors to the deep ocean. SUNA Deep is the ultimate solution for real time, chemical-free nitrate analysis in coastal and deep ocean environments. The sensor easily integrates into existing autonomous underwater vehicles and offers reduced frame telemetry options for bandwidth limited applications. SUNA Deep is complemented by SUNACom, a software package enabling easy set up, operation and in-field calibration updates.
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SUNA V2 Nitrate Sensor

SUNA V2 Nitrate Sensor
A Versatile UV Nitrate Sensor for Operation in Diverse Environments The SUNA V2 (Submersible Ultraviolet Nitrate Analyzer) is a chemical-free UV nitrate sensor based on the ISUS (In Situ Ultraviolet Spectroscopy) UV nitrate measurement technology developed at MBARI. Satlantic has adapted the technology to develop the SUNA V2 to measure nitrate in increasingly more challenging environments including extremely turbid and high CDOM conditions. With improved optics and built-in logic intelligence, the SUNA V2 measures nitrate with industry leading accuracy and stability over a wide range of environmental conditions, from blue-ocean nitraclines to storm runoff in rivers and streams. The SUNA V2 is the ultimate solution for real-time nutrient monitoring. A wide range of optional features provides the ability to customize the instrument to meet specific research and deployment needs
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SeaFET Ocean pH Sensor

SeaFET Ocean pH Sensor
SeaFET is an ion sensitive field effect transistor (ISFET). The advantages of the ISFET include robustness, stability and precision that make it suitable for ocean pH measurement at low pressure.
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Profiler II

Profiler II
The Satlantic Profiler II offers researchers the unique opportunity to use this system as a free fall profiling device or in conjunction with a detachable float for near-surface measurements (HyperTSRB).
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LOBO (Land/Ocean Biogeochemical Observatory)

LOBO  (Land/Ocean Biogeochemical Observatory)
Satlantic’s LOBO (Land/Ocean Biogeochemical Observatory) is a complete turnkey data buoy monitoring system. LOBO addresses the need for routine, robust and accurate water quality measurements, particularly in sensitive and diverse ecological areas such as estuaries and inland waters. Developed in collaboration with MBARI, LOBO is designed to create a real time sensor network for aquatic systems.
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OCR-500 Series

OCR-500 Series
The Satlantic OCR-500 Series Radiometers are fully digital optical sensors Available as radiance, Iradiance or UV, they may be used stand-alone or in a networked environment. Available in 4 or 7 channel discrete wavelengths.
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Hyper OCR

Hyper OCR
The new Satlantic HyperOCR sensors feature enhanced performance specifications such as increased sensitivity and resolution, providing significant advantages for key applications such as above-water and profiling radiometry.
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PAR Photosynthetically Active Radiation Sensor

PAR Photosynthetically Active Radiation Sensor
Satlantic’s series of Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR) sensors provide highly accurate measurements of PAR (400 - 700 nm) for a wide range of aquatic and terrestrial applications. From limnologists and oceanographers to plant and crop physiologists, scientists trust Satlantic PAR sensors to provide superior data quality and rugged construction to withstand harsh field conditions. Satlantic PAR sensors measure quantum irradiance with near flat spectral response and cosine spatial response. Cosine collectors for in air and in water measurements, housings for two depth ratings, 1000m and 7000m, and digital and analog data output options, support integration of the PAR sensor in instrument packages for a range of deployment conditions.
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PAR

PAR
The Satlantic Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR) sensors provide highly accurate measurements of PAR (400 – 700 nm) for a wide range of aquatic and terrestrial applications. Easy to interface analogue output and availble in shallow (600m) or deep (7000m) versions.
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Bio-Shutter II

Bio-Shutter II
The Satlantic Bioshutter II is an autonomous underwater shutter attachment designed for use with Satlantic radiometers and some WETLabs instruments. The primary purpose of the shutter is to prevent marine bio-fouling of the sensor optics in moored, time-series applications.
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