Category Archives: Cyclops Submersible Sensors

Turner Designs’ Databank Handheld Datalogger is upgraded to include an internal GPS chipset allowing users to log GPS coordinates along with measurement data for location tracking.  Using GPS & GLONASS Global Navigation Satellite System, DataBank provides horizontal position accuracy of … Continue reading

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Effective April 1, 2017, Cyclops-7F replaces Cyclops-7 Submersible Sensors. Cyclops-7F requires only 1 second after power up before taking measurements. As the Cyclops-7 required 5 seconds, this is a significant reduction in power required, especially if repeatedly power cycling the sensor. All … Continue reading

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We now sell a Chlorophyll Standard Solution (PN 2100-320) for direct concentration calibration of our Cyclops Chlorophyll Fluorometers. This standard represents an equivalent chlorophyll concentration of 40µg/L which can be used to convert the sensor’s voltage response to concentration units enabling … Continue reading

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Due to material obsolescence we are no longer able to repair Cyclops-7 with serial numbers prior to 2100660 and AquaFluors with serial numbers prior to 800600. We hope you had many years of good use from your instruments and will consider … Continue reading

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Multi-parameter water quality sondes are amazing for monitoring the health of lakes or rivers when they’re mounted on buoys. But sometimes a research project doesn’t need all that data, or the cost that goes with it. Fortunately there is an … Continue reading

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Turner Designs recently concluded in-depth testing of AML’s Cabled UV.  Upon Cabled UV’s 2014 release, we recognized the advantages the product would bring to the use of our fluorometers.  Testing with  Cyclops sensors showed the Cabled UV did not interfere … Continue reading

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Using submersible fluorometry as part of a Manta 2 probe for cyanobacterial monitoring >>Read case study Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share via MySpace share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Share … Continue reading

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Nice poster at IAGLR using our C6 with turbidity, CDOM, phycocyanin and chlorophyll sensors.  >>View here Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share via MySpace share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Share … Continue reading

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The microbial contamination of waterways by fecal microbes, and specifically, pathogenic  microbes, presents a major problem in the United States and worldwide. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that diarrheal diseases account for 1.8 million of the 3.1 million water-related … Continue reading

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While water is the world’s most valuable resource, it is slated to be the scarcest in the years ahead.  Faced with increasing demands of a growing global population, dramatic non-revenue water (NRW) losses from aging infrastructure and threats to public … Continue reading

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