RS5 Hydroboard ADCP Rental

RS5 Hydroboard Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler

Features

  • Towed discharge measurement system with wireless Bluetooth communication
  • Accurately measure velocity & depth down to 6m
  • Integrated DGNSS receiver for back-up position data in moving bed conditions
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The RS5 ADCP with Hydroboard II Micro includes everything needed to make accurate discharge measurements in streams and rivers up to 6m (20 ft).

  • RS5 acoustic Doppler current profiler
  • RSQ Windows software
  • Plastic shipping case
  • 3‐ft (91‐cm) radio antenna cable
  • USB Bluetooth radio
  • (2) Li‐Ion rechargeable batteries
  • USB battery charger
  • GNSS smart antenna
  • 1-ft (30-cm) interface cable
  • Hydroboard II-Micro
  • Hydroboard II-Micro soft carrying case
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