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HydroCAT-EP V2 Overview

HydroCAT-EP V2 Overview

The HydroCAT-EP V2 is the next generation of multiparameter instruments. It measures CTD data alongside dissolved oxygen, pH, fluorescence, and turbidity, all within a single self-contained package. Learn about the new changes to this product.

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Calibrating Dissolved Oxygen Sensors

Calibrating Dissolved Oxygen Sensors

Our dissolved oxygen sensors, the SBE 43 and SBE 63, are calibrated with tools and methods we learned from calibrating our world-class temperature and conductivity sensors. Get a look behind the scenes in our calibration lab.

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SUNA V2 UV Nitrate Calibration

SUNA V2 UV Nitrate Calibration

The SUNA V2 is an ultraviolet spectrometer designed to measure nitrate in-situ. At Sea-Bird, we use a temperature-controlled bath and various solutions to characterize and calibrate the sensor’s output. Learn how we prepare SUNA V2s for seawater and freshwater deployments.

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Calibrating ISFET pH Sensors

Calibrating ISFET pH Sensors

ISFET pH sensors, like the SeaFET V2 and SeapHOx V2, receive a factory calibration, and don’t require regular field maintenance. Learn how we’ve adapted our calibration facility to account for conditions these instruments meet in the wild.

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Calibration at SBS: Metrology

Calibration at SBS: Metrology

Conceptually, inductive moorings seem complex – communicating with 100 instruments through a single cable doesn’t exactly sound intuitive. But, in practice, the setup is surprisingly simple. Watch our latest video to see how easy it is to test and simulate an inductive modem mooring.

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Sea-Bird 101: Conductivity Cells

Sea-Bird 101: Conductivity Cells

Conceptually, inductive moorings seem complex – communicating with 100 instruments through a single cable doesn’t exactly sound intuitive. But, in practice, the setup is surprisingly simple. Watch our latest video to see how easy it is to test and simulate an inductive modem mooring.

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CTDs as Data Loggers

CTDs as Data Loggers

The acronym “CTD” might unofficially represent more than just conductivity, temperature, and depth. Since most CTDs include one or more auxiliary sensors, a given CTD package might technically be called a “CTDpHDOFLNTUTr” (CTD + pH + dissolved oxygen + fluorescence +...

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The Argo Program in Numbers

The Argo Program in Numbers

In the last year of news, the dominant story has been a science topic: the coronavirus pandemic. And though most forms of Marine Science have little to do with the global response to COVID-19, its effects are felt in almost every aspect of our own scientific...

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Pride 2024

Celebrating and honoring our LGBTQIA+ communities It is in our DNA at Sea-Bird Scientific to embrace community and the beauty in diversity. As during previous Pride Months, we have changed our logo on social media to feature the colors of Pride throughout the month of...

April 2024 Newsletter

Welcome to the Sea-Bird Swell – our monthly newsletter that gives you the latest on what’s happening at Sea-Bird Scientific and the broader oceanographic community.   Using the HydroCAT-EP V2 to Study Coastal Water Quality Following the Lahaina Wildfire We were...

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