Bridge Scour Monitoring
Dredge Turbidity Monitoring
FERC Dissolved Oxygen Monitoring
Flood Alert System
Green Roof Monitoring
Multi-Parameter Weather Stations
Soil Moisture Profiling
Source Water Monitoring
Stage Discharge Measurement
Thermal Discharge Monitoring
Water Current Monitoring
Data Logging Software
Environmental Data Logger
PC-Based Weather Station
Portable Data Buoy
Submersible Data Logger
USB Water Quality Sensors
Web Datacenter Service
Inland water research has grown in importance with increasing awareness of the need to protect these water resources. NexSens data buoys are scalable to accommodate sensors for measuring physical, chemical, and biological parameters.
Inland Lakes Buoy
The MB-300 data buoy is designed for long-term limnology research applications. Three five-watt, solar-charged battery packs provide continuous power, extending deployments and minimizing site visits.
Small Open-Water Buoy
The MB-100 data buoy provides a less conspicuous floating platform with alkaline battery power. The platform is ideal for short-term or portable lake research applications.
The SDL submersible data logger includes five sensor ports to accommodate connections to temperature strings, sondes, fluorometers, light sensors, and other water quality sensors.
Radio-to-shore, cellular, or Iridium satellite telemetry options deliver real-time data to your computer or mobile device. Communications are integrated into the ruggedized housing of the submersible data logger.
NexSens T-Node temperature sensors can be connected in-series and suspended vertically from a data buoy to create a highly accurate, multi-point temperature string.
Water quality sondes house, protect, and connect to multiple underwater sensors simultaneously, with options including temperature, conductivity, pH, ORP, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, chlorophyll, and blue-green algae.
Submersible fluorometers can be integrated to measure specific parameters from the ultraviolet to infrared spectrum, including chlorophyll, blue-green algae, CDOM, crude oil, and refined fuels.
Light sensors measure photosynthetically active radiation. They are deployed for conducting aquatic productivity studies and vertical profiling.
Buoys can be equipped to measure wind speed and direction, liquid precipitation, barometric pressure, relative humidity, air temperature, global solar radiation, and more.
Software and Data Management
Using iChart Live and the optional WQData Live Web datacenter, researchers can quickly access real-time water quality data for further analysis.
Application engineers are available for training and technical support, both by phone and in person. Our extensive field experience helps ensure seamless implementation of the monitoring project.
Ready to learn how NexSens can assist your project? Use the tools to the right to build your own monitoring system, see how others have benefitted from NexSens solutions, or contact an application engineer to discuss your needs.
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