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CB-450 Cellular Data Buoy Rental

CB-450 Cellular Data Buoy Rental

Description

Floating Water Quality Instrument Platform

Features

  • Built-in solar panels with watertight data well
  • Includes NexSens data logger with active Verizon cellular account
  • 450 lb. buoyancy buoy with coated foam hull
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$212.00
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The CB-450 buoy platform is ideal for long-term deployments of temperature strings & multi-parameter sondes in reservoirs, lakes, rivers, streams and coastal waters.
What's Included:
  • (1) CB-450 data buoy with polymer-coated foam hull & 30-watt solar charging, 450 lb. buoyancy
  • (1) CB-A05-1 battery harness with integrated solar regulator & (1) 28 A-Hr battery
  • (1) iSIC-CB iSIC data logger housed in CB-Series buoy lid enclosure
  • (1) RTU-C-VZ cellular modem & antenna kit, Verizon CDMA
  • (1) M550-Y solar marine light, 1-3 nautical mile range, yellow
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CB-450 Cellular Data Buoy Rental CB-450C-D Rental of NexSens CB-450 data buoy with data logger, Verizon cellular telemetry, battery, solar panels & LED beacon, priced per day
$212.00
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$338.00
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CB-450 Cellular Data Buoy Rental CB-450C-W Rental of NexSens CB-450 data buoy with data logger, Verizon cellular telemetry, battery, solar panels & LED beacon, priced per week
$592.00
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CB-450 Cellular Data Buoy Rental CB-450C-2W Rental of NexSens CB-450 data buoy with data logger, Verizon cellular telemetry, battery, solar panels & LED beacon, priced per 2-week period
$888.00
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CB-450 Cellular Data Buoy Rental CB-450C-M Rental of NexSens CB-450 data buoy with data logger, Verizon cellular telemetry, battery, solar panels & LED beacon, priced per month
$1269.00
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