Sea-Bird Scientific ECO PAR Sensor

The ECO PAR sensor provides highly accurate measurements of photosynthetically available radiation (400–700 nm) in all aquatic environments.

Features

  • Can be deployed for extended periods with optional Bio-wiper
  • Optional internal battery power for standalone deployments
  • RS-232 serial output for interfacing to NexSens X2-Series data loggers
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Sea-Bird Scientific ECO PAR SensorSAS-016001 ECO PAR sensor with Bio-wiper
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Sea-Bird Scientific ECO PAR Sensor FAS-016003 ECO PAR sensor with battery
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Sea-Bird Scientific ECO PAR Sensor SAS-016002 ECO PAR sensor with Bio-wiper & battery
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Sea-Bird Scientific ECO PAR Sensor
SAS-016001
ECO PAR sensor with Bio-wiper
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Sea-Bird Scientific ECO PAR Sensor
FAS-016003
ECO PAR sensor with battery
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Sea-Bird Scientific ECO PAR Sensor
SAS-016002
ECO PAR sensor with Bio-wiper & battery
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Sea-Bird Scientific ECO Sensor Test Cable CXA-KX0113 ECO sensor test cable, RS-232
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NexSens MCIL Female Cable Assemblies MCIL-6-FS-1 Female 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 1m
$210.00
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NexSens MCIL Female Cable Assemblies MCIL-6-FS-5 Female 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 5m
$250.00
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NexSens MCIL Female Cable Assemblies MCIL-6-FS-10 Female 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 10m
$300.00
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NexSens MCIL Female Cable Assemblies MCIL-6-FS-15 Female 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 15m
$350.00
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NexSens MCIL Female Cable Assemblies MCIL-6-FS-20 Female 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 20m
$400.00
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NexSens MCIL Female Cable Assemblies MCIL-6-FS-25 Female 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 25m
$450.00
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Sea-Bird Scientific ECO Sensor Test Cable
CXA-KX0113
ECO sensor test cable, RS-232
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NexSens MCIL Female Cable Assemblies
MCIL-6-FS-1
Female 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 1m
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$210.00
NexSens MCIL Female Cable Assemblies
MCIL-6-FS-5
Female 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 5m
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$250.00
NexSens MCIL Female Cable Assemblies
MCIL-6-FS-10
Female 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 10m
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$300.00
NexSens MCIL Female Cable Assemblies
MCIL-6-FS-15
Female 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 15m
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$350.00
NexSens MCIL Female Cable Assemblies
MCIL-6-FS-20
Female 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 20m
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$400.00
NexSens MCIL Female Cable Assemblies
MCIL-6-FS-25
Female 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 25m
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$450.00
Equipped with quality precision optics and proven Bio-wiper technology, the ECO PAR sensor can be deployed for extended periods without a reduction in data quality caused by biofouling. Additionally, the ECO PAR has optional internal data logging and power capabilities, precluding the need for an external logging device and battery pack.
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