SonTek M9 Acoustic Doppler Profiler

The SonTek M9 is the ultimate solution for both discharge data and bathymetric surveys.

Features

  • Highly accurate measurements from 0.06m to 40m depths
  • Vertical acoustic beam for superior, highly accurate channel definition
  • All discharge computations performed internally - no lost data from communication loss
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Overview
Introducing the SonTek M9: the ultimate solution for both discharge data and bathymetric surveys. Combining the durability of the RiverSurveyor-M9 with the adaptability of the HydroSurveyor-M9, this all-in-one ADCP offers unmatched flexibility. Designed to excel in various conditions, from floods to dry spells, it eliminates complicated adjustments with automatic handling. Revolutionizing river and canal measurements, the M9 delivers exceptional performance, including velocity mapping and bathymetric surveys. Pair it with HYPACK Environmental Mapping software for a comprehensive solution in a single system.

Technology
The SonTek M9 stands as the trusted choice for leading environmental water monitoring agencies globally, setting new standards in the ADCP industry. It earns its accolades as the pioneer ADCP utilizing multiple frequencies, powered by SonTek's exclusive SmartPulseHD technology. This groundbreaking innovation ensures consistently accurate measurements across various depths, from shallow to deep waters, solidifying its reputation for reliability.

Profiling Range — Distance

0.06 to 40m
Profiling Range — Velocity ±20 m/s
Velocity — Accuracy ±0.25% of measured velocity
±0.2cm/s
Velocity — Resolution 0.001 m/s
Number of Cells Up to 128
Cell Size 0.02 to 4m
Transducer Configuration Nine (9) Transducers
  Dual 4-beam 3.0 MHz/1.0 MHz
Janus 25° Slant Angle
  0.5 MHz Vertical Beam Echosounder
Depth — Range 0.20 to 80m
Depth — Accuracy 1%
Depth — Resolution 0.001 m
Discharge Measurement Range — Bottom-Track 0.3 to 40m
Discharge Measurement Range — RTK GPS 0.3 to 80 m
Discharge Measurement — Computations Internal
  • M9 acoustic Doppler current profiler
  • Power supply
  • Shipping case
Questions & Answers
Can The Sontek RiverSurveyor M9 capture 2D hydraulic data, if so does it need a different software or setting to do so?
The RiverSurveyor is designed for collecting discharge (volumetric flow) measurements in river applications. The Sontek HydroSurveyor along with HYPACK Software would be better suited for collecting 2D hydraulic data. 
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