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Trilogy Laboratory


Turner Designs announced the

Trilogy Laboratory Fluorometer, a compact, multifunctional laboratory instrument that uses snap-in

Application Modules to measure fluo- rescence, absorbance and turbidity.

Trilogy features a Touch-Panel graph- ics user interface for intuitive opera- tion and calibra- tion. Eighteen named calibra- tions can be stored by Trilogy significantly sav- ing calibration time. For extract- ed chlorophyll measurements using

EPA 445, Trilogy automatically calcu- lates the concentration using the fil- tered and solvent volumes. The

Turbidity Module uses an IR LED with a wavelength of 860 nm to meet

ISO 7027 requirements for Turbidity water quality measurements.

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Tritech International

Tritech International specializes in the production of acoustic, video & mechanical subsea products for pro- fessional underwater markets.

Tritech's SeaKing and SeaPrince sonars will be incorporating CHIRP technology for the very first time. The all-new digital CHIRP systems offer advanced acoustic features for subsea surveying and exploration and come with a depth rating of 3000 m.

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Veripos will feature the Verify QC for real-time position and quality control information with full calcula- tion configuration flexibility as well as performance monitoring. It is designed for a wide range of differing

GNSS receivers while supporting unlimited numbers of single and multi-reference station calculations.

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Werum Software & Systems has equipped the new German research vessel Maria S. Merian with its data management system DAVIS-SHIP.

DAVIS-SHIP is able to integrate devices and sensors of any kind and is designed for largely unattended oper- ation. The scientific network onboard the Maria S. Merian is based on fiber optics technology. Once put into service the vessel will be based with the Institute for Baltic Sea Research

Warnemuende (IOW) and be operat- ed for marine research. Over the next few years, a group of up to 22 scien- tists aboard the Maria S. Merian will study the effect of climate change on the world's oceans on expeditions from the northernmost reaches of the

Gulf Stream to the Arctic Circle. The construction of this new vessel is being jointly funded by the Federal

States of Schleswig-Holstein, Bremen, and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern as well as by Germany's Federal

Ministry for Education and Research.

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Deepsea Debuts Whiter,

Brighter Xenon

DeepSea Power & Light offers the ultra bright Xenon-S Thru-Hull

SeaLite, designed to be a more afford- able, whiter and brighter. The new low voltage (8-32V), 35-watt gas dis- charge light produces intense white light for maximum penetration in seawater, and was engineered specifi- cally to be a competitively priced, yet superior Xenon light. The Xenon-S comes standard with unique features.

The sapphire crystal port is used for its strength and thermal characteris- tics. The manufacturer claims that sapphire crystal allows the light to run cooler for improved lamp life and safety. A fully sealed design (front and back) is incorporated to ensure that water in the bilge does not intrude through the back of the light, and if the front port were compromised, water will not leak into the boat.

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Products & Systems on Display at Oceanology International 2006 in London


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