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Automatic Profiling Buoy
With Web-Accessible Data

June 13, 2017

APB5 has applications for coastal waters, fjords, lakes and fish farms. It measures salinity, temperature, turbidity, conductivity, oxygen, fluorescence, current speed, sonar and depth. Real-time data are accessible on the Internet. Profiling depth is up to 75 m and can be extended to 150 m.

The measured data are transmitted to the control unit, and the embedded Web server produces a Web page accessible on the Internet at: station.saivas.net.


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