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Analog Sensor Integration Guide

Analog Sensor Integration Guide

From bottom contact triggers to transmissometers, oceanographic sensor options are vast and diverse, and choosing the right combination of sensors can significantly augment a CTD’s measurement capabilities. Although getting disparate technologies to talk to one...

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Tech Tip: Cable Search

Tech Tip: Cable Search

Consider this hypothetical situation: you find a loose cable with a 6-pin connector and a 4-pin connector - exactly what you need to connect an oxygen sensor to your CTD. However, just because the cable ends fit on the instrument connectors, you still don’t know if...

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Tech Tip: Julian Days Format

Tech Tip: Julian Days Format

Tech Tip: Julian Days Format “Julian Days” is a numerical timestamp format, calculated by Sea-Bird Scientific CTDs as the number of the days since Jan 1 of that year (e.g., noon on Feb 3 = 34.5). While this format is useful, it is usually more convenient to display...

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Paperclips – Valuable Troubleshooting Tools?

Paperclips – Valuable Troubleshooting Tools?

January 2020 Newsletter Paperclips are handy, but have you used one to troubleshoot an oceanographic sensor? When you’re unable to communicate with your instrument, the humble paperclip is one of the first tools that Sea-Bird Scientific’s technical support team...

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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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