Category Archives: Cyclops Submersible Sensors

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-7 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-7 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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“INIRIDA DEEP FLOW” (IDF) is a hardware-software tool that operates in a real-time fashion, using both conductivity and fluorescence probes simultaneously. It is an advanced graphical instrument which provides hydraulic, mass transport and geomorphology information. It also provides an indication … Continue reading

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