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Turner Designs C6 Multi-Sensor Platform

Turner Designs C6 Multi-Sensor Platform

Description

The Turner Designs C6 Multi-Sensor Platform was designed to integrate up to six Cyclops-7 fluorescence and turbidity sensors for extended or short-term deployments.

Features

  • Six ports available for Cyclops-7 sensors
  • Over 85 days of logging at 15 minute intervals
  • Optional mechanical wiper helps eliminate bio-fouling
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The Turner Designs C6 Multi-Sensor Platform was designed to integrate up to six Cyclops-7 fluorescence and turbidity sensors for extended or short-term deployments. The C6 provides individual automatic gain control, calibration, digital data reporting and data logging for each Cyclops-7 sensor. Each C6 comes with factory installed temperature and pressure sensor and a depth rating of 600 meters. The C-Soft Windows based user interface allows for intuitive calibration, data logging set up and file downloading capabilities. Existing Cyclops-7 users can easily integrate their sensor into the Turner Designs C6 Multi-Sensor Platform.

 

  • Six Ports Available for Cyclops-7 Sensors
  • Sensors Easy to Install in the Field
  • Extended Battery Life - Over 85 Days of Logging at 15 Minute Intervals
  • Mechanical Wiper to Eliminate Bio-fouling Available
  • Pressure and Depth Integrated
  • Windows User Interface with Data Management
Notable Specifications:
  • Weight in Air: 2.74 kg (6.0 lbs.)
  • Length: 25.8cm (10.2 in.)
  • Length with Sensors Attached: 33.8cm (13.3 in.)
  • Diameter: 10.2cm (4.0 in)
  • Material: 316 Stainless Steel; Delrin
  • Temperature: -2 to 50 degrees C
  • Depth: 0 to 600 meters
  • External Power: 8 to 20 VDC
  • Output: Digital Signal
  • Interface: RS232 Interface
  • Maximum Sample Rate: 1 Second
What's Included:
  • (1) Turner Designs C6 multi-sensor platform
  • (7) Fasteners
  • (1) PC interface cable
  • (1) 12V power supply
  • (1) CD with software, user's manual, and quick start guide
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What is the memory capacity of the C6?
Up to 64,000 data lines can be stored in the C6 Multi-Sensor Platform, with each line comprised of 3-9 data points.
Can this platform be powered by an external power source for an extended deployment?
Yes, the C6 multi-sensor platform can be powered by an external 8-20 VDC power source instead of using the rechargeable battery pack.
What units does the platform use for depth?
The Turner Designs C6 multi-sensor platform will output pressure in meters only.

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