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HydroSurveyor ADCP Rental

HydroSurveyor ADCP Rental

Description

Hydrographic Surveying ADCP & Software

Features

  • Boat mount system for hydrographic surveys
  • Automatic data gridding and interpolation
  • Interface for customer-supplied GPS and/or heading sensor
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$668.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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The HydroSurveyor is a system designed to collect bathymetric, water column velocity profile, and acoustic bottom tracking data as part of a hydrographic survey.

What's Included:
  • (1) HydroSurveyor acoustic Doppler current profiler
  • (1) 10m power & RS232 serial communications cable
  • (1) Boat mount
  • (1) Carrying case
  • (1) HydroSurveyor Windows software
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HydroSurveyor ADCP Rental HSM9-D Rental of SonTek HydroSurveyor ADCP with 10m cable & boat mount, priced per day
$668.00
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HydroSurveyor ADCP Rental HSM9-2D Rental of SonTek HydroSurveyor ADCP with 10m cable & boat mount, priced per 2-day period
$1068.00
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HydroSurveyor ADCP Rental HSM9-W Rental of SonTek HydroSurveyor ADCP with 10m cable & boat mount, priced per week
$1870.00
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HydroSurveyor ADCP Rental HSM9-2W Rental of SonTek HydroSurveyor ADCP with 10m cable & boat mount, priced per 2-week period
$2804.00
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HydroSurveyor ADCP Rental HSM9-M Rental of SonTek HydroSurveyor ADCP with 10m cable & boat mount, priced per month
$4006.00
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