Aanderaa SeaGuardII DCP Doppler Current Profilers

The Aanderaa SeaGuardII DCP is a scalable, easy to use current profiler. Its flexibility makes it the perfect instrument to address all scenarios of underwater observations and monitoring.

Features

  • Up to 24 month autonomous deployment with 30 minute sampling
  • Store full datasets on SD card and transmit selected data
  • Buoy, fixed, in-line, bottom and upside-down mounting options
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The Aanderaa SeaGuardII DCP features innovative development of the acoustic profiling capacity and an exceptional ability to collect high-quality current information even on moving and tilting moorings. Available as a self-recording instrument, it also integrates unique real-time features to meet the needs of each application.

Parameters
The Aanderaa SeaGuardII is a smart data hub that combines the SeaGuard electronics with the advanced management firmware of Aanderaa SmartGuard data hub. Optional parameters are available using the Aanderaa range of smart sensors that include currents, temperature, pressure, conductivity, oxygen, wave, tide, and turbidity.

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SeaGuardII Basic for Currents (DCS or DCPS and 2 sensors), 300m
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SeaGuardII Basic for Currents (DCS or DCPS and 2 sensors), 3000m
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SeaGuardII Basic for Currents (DCS or DCPS and 2 sensors), 6000m
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SeaGuardII Multiparameter for Currents (DCS or DCPS and 3+ sensors), 300m
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SeaGuardII Multiparameter for Currents (DCS or DCPS and 3+ sensors), 3000m
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SeaGuardII Multiparameter for Currents (DCS or DCPS and 3+ sensors), 6000m
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