C3-HYC-R

Used Turner Designs C3 Hydrocarbon Fluorometer

Used Turner Designs C3 Hydrocarbon Fluorometer

Description

The used Turner Designs C3 Submersible Fluorometer incorporates crude oil, refined fuels & CDOM optics for hydrocarbon monitoring applications.

Features

  • Incorporates three fluorometer sensors on a single platform
  • Factory-installed temperature sensor and mechanical wiper
  • Internal memory with lithium battery option for unattended deployments
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The used Turner Designs C3 Submersible Fluorometer incorporates crude oil, refined fuels & CDOM optics for hydrocarbon monitoring applications. Internal memory storage capacity combined with an external submersible lithium ion battery allows the C3 to run during extended or short-term deployments. Each Turner Designs C3 comes with a factory-installed temperature sensor and a depth rating of 600 meters. The C-Soft Windows based software allows for intuitive calibration, data logging set up, file management capabilities as well as digital or analog data integration.

What's Included:
  • (1) C3 fluorometer with crude oil, refined fuels & CDOM optics
  • (1) C3 shade cap
  • (1) C3 shade cap weight
  • (1) PC adapter
  • (1) Power supply
  • (1) Quick start guide
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