O que nós fazemos

Os sistemas de coletores de dados da Campbell Scientific são tão robustos e flexíveis que eles podem ser usados em quase todas as facetas do estudo do oceano. Eles podem ser personalizados para monitorar fatores envolvidos em erosões costeiras, movimentos de blocos de gelo, correntes, salinidade, qualidade da água, marés e ondas. Nossos sistemas são robustos e de baixo consumo, portanto podem ser estacionados em terra ou no mar ou em qualquer ambiente remoto e difícil. Aprender mais

Veja alguns exemplos impressionantes que nosso equipamento pode fazer nesta área


Personalizar um Sistema

A maioria dos sistemas que nós vendemos são personalizados. Nos diga o que você precisa e nós o ajudaremos a configurar um sistema que atenda suas necessidades.

Componentes do Sistema

We offer a variety of products that can be used to create systems for Oceanografia. Many of the major components used to create these systems are listed below. Please let us know if we can help you configure a system.

Mais Detalhes sobre os Nossos Oceanografia Sistemas

From coastal weather stations to weather buoys to stations aboard ships, our systems are well-suited for monitoring:

  1. Coastal erosion and sedimentation
  2. Ecosystem research
  3. Ice-floe movement (GPS)
  4. Ice-load/impact monitoring
  5. Oceanographic currents
  6. Salinity and water quality studies
  7. Ship-board monitoring
  8. Structural monitoring
  9. Temperature profiles
  10. Tidal monitoring
  11. Wave height and power
  12. Weather and climate monitoring

Monitoring and Control

Our monitoring systems are based around programmable dataloggers that measure the sensors, then process, store, and transmit the data. The compact size, rugged design, low power use, and versatility of our dataloggers allow them to be used in many applications, including integration into submerged systems. Our dataloggers have wide operating temperature ranges, programmable execution intervals, and ample input channels for commonly used sensors. Most sensors interface directly to our dataloggers, eliminating external signal conditioning. On-board instruction sets contain processing routines that range from simple statistics (e.g., average, maximum, minimum, standard deviation) to more complex routines (e.g., FFT, saturation vapor pressure, histogram).

Data are typically viewed and stored in the units of your choice (e.g., wind speed in mph, m/s, knots). Measurement rates and data recording intervals are independently programmable, allowing calculation of 15-minute, hourly, and daily data values from 1-minute or 1-second measurements, for example. Conditional outputs, such as wind gusts, can also be recorded. The program can be modified at any time to accommodate different sensor configurations or new data processing requirements. If needed, channel capacity can be expanded using multiplexers. All of these features allow you to meet your data requirements, whether it's storing hourly averages of meteorological data or compensating a depth sensor for depth and wave period to produce wave power spectra.

Sensors used for Oceanography

Almost any sensor can be measured by our dataloggers, allowing systems to be customized for each site. Typical sensors used include, but are not limited to: wind speed and direction, solar radiation, temperature (air, water), relative humidity, precipitation, barometric pressure, pressure/depth (strain gage or quartz crystal), as well as flow transducers, potentiometers, load cells, accelerometers, radiometers, thermocouples, thermistors, and RTDs.

Data Retrieval

We offer multiple communication options for data retrieval, which can be mixed within the same network. Telecommunications options include satellite (Argos, OrbCom, QualComm, Inmarsat C, GOES), telephone (landline, cellular, voice-synthesized), radio, short-haul, multidrop, and ethernet. On-site options include storage module and laptop.


Our PC-based support software simplifies the entire monitoring process, from programming and data retrieval to data display and analysis. Our software automatically manages data retrieval from networks or single stations. Robust error-checking ensures data integrity. We can even help you post your data to the Internet.

Estudos de Caso

Florida: Oceanography in the Gulf of Mexico
This station is currently transmitting live data from the region of Tropical Storm Debby, including......Leia mais
Israel: Marine Meteorology on the Red Sea
The northern head of the Gulf of Eilat is an ecologically unique marine system of......Leia mais
Washington, Puget Sound: Ferry Weather
Mobile weather stations have been installed on several ferries in the State of Washington ferry......Leia mais
Long Island Sound: Water Quality
The University of Connecticut, Dept. of Marine Sciences is overseeing a project in Long Island......Leia mais
New Zealand: Auckland Estuaries Oceanographic Research
Campbell Scientific dataloggers are mounted on the ocean floor and the backs of jet skis......Leia mais
Liberty Bay: Weather & Water Quality Station
The Poulsbo Marine Science Center is a non-profit educational facility located on Liberty Bay on......Leia mais
Atlantic Ocean: Weather Monitoring
Weather stations aboard buoys in the Atlantic Ocean, west of Ireland, provide the UK Met.......Leia mais

Perguntas Frequentes Relacionadas

Number of FAQs related to Oceanografia: 1

  1. Most Campbell Scientific systems are built from individual components. This provides maximum flexibility for our customers, but it does not lend itself to pricing a "typical" system. Contact Campbell Scientific for assistance in pricing a system to meet the unique needs of the application.

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