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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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Q&A: Regular Spikes in Salinity

Q&A: Regular Spikes in Salinity

This salinity profile was from an arctic deployment in rough seas. At a certain point, we see regular salinity spikes of about ± .01 psu in the upcast data. Can you determine what caused this?

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What is the STS Sensor?

What is the STS Sensor?

You never know what’s floating on the surface. That’s why Sea-Bird created the STS – to prevent the main Argo CTD from ingesting surface contaminants, but still obtain surface data. Learn how it helps extend deployments.

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SBS Training Videos

SBS Training Videos

Our training videos focus on useful information that we usually don’t cover in Sea-Bird University. Watch now to learn about topics ranging from troubleshooting water samplers to understanding solid-state pH sensors. View Our Video Collection Have a request for a new...

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Video: Simulating an Inductive Mooring

Video: Simulating an Inductive Mooring

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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Moored CTD Troubleshooting Guide

Moored CTD Troubleshooting Guide

Deploying a moored CTD can be a game of trust. Nobody wants to return to their long-estranged CTD to find poor data quality. Of course, nobody wants to visit the middle of the ocean everyday either. Fortunately, we’ve created a basic troubleshooting guide for moored...

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Featured Posts

OCEANS 2022

Sea-Bird Scientific is excited to announce our exhibition at the OCEANS Conference in Virginia Beach, Virginia from October 17 - 20 this year. Don't forget to stop by and see us at booth #500. Want to reserve your spot? Register now here. From the organizers: "Global...

Ocean Optics 2022

Sea-Bird Scientific is excited to announce our exhibition at the Ocean Optics Conference in Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh, Vietnam, from October 2 - 7 this year.  Want to reserve your spot? Register now here. From the organizers: "Ocean Optics XXV will take place October 2–7,...

UG2 Workshop 2022

We are so excited to be part of the upcoming Underwater Glider Workshop located in Seattle, Washington. This event is facilitated by the Underwater User Group, an organization supported by the Consortium for Ocean Leadership and IOOS (Integrated Ocean Observing...

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