Turner Designs C-FLUOR Submersible Sensors

The Turner Designs C-FLUOR Submersible Sensors are sensitive, extremely low power single wavelength in-situ fluorescence and turbidity probes available in several optical configurations spanning a broad range of applications.

Features

  • Analog 0-5 VDC or digital RS-232 output options
  • Factory calibrated and includes a calibration certificate
  • Titanium construction with 2000m depth rating
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Turner Designs C-FLUOR Submersible Sensors are sensitive, extremely low power single wavelength in situ fluorescence and turbidity probes available in several optical configurations spanning a broad range of applications. Factory-calibrated, each C-FLUOR ships with a calibration certificate used to convert the output signal to a specific concentration estimate. The Titanium construction allows for a depth rating of 2,000 meters as well as superior resistance to corrosion.

Compatibility
Analog C-FLUOR Probes are pin-compatible with Cyclops Sensors, so they are easily integrated into many of the same third-party systems that accept 0-5V signals. Digital C-FLUOR Probes can be integrated with data loggers that accept ASCII data strings.

Questions & Answers
At what distance from the end of the C-FLUOR sensor is the measurement taken?
The C-FLUOR can detect materials as far away as 3 inches from the sensor head, which is why Turner Designs recommends at least a 3 inch (7.62 cm) clearance from the optical head when taking measurements. An exception to this would be if you are using the shade cap, as the shade cap is designed as an optical “backstop” for the sensor.
Can C-FLUOR be integrated into CTDs, ROVs, or AUVs?
Yes, C-FLUOR can be integrated with any AUV, ROV or system that will accept a 0 to 5 VDC analog input and has a maximum depth rating of 600 meters.
What is the difference between the C-FLUOR and Cyclops-7F fluorometers?
C-FLUOR sensors come standard with a titanium housing and factory calibration. The depth rating is also improved to 2000m. C-FLUOR sensors have a single gain setting, while the Cyclops-7F has a wider linear range with three gain settings.
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