SBE 43 Dissolved Oxygen Sensor
The SBE 43 and SBE 43F are individually calibrated, high-accuracy oxygen sensor to assist in critical hypoxia and ocean stoichiometric oxygen chemistry research on a variety of profiling and moored platforms.
SBE 18 pH Sensor
The SBE 18 pH Sensor uses a pressure-balanced glass-electrode /Ag/AgCl-reference pH probe to provide in-situ measurements at depths to 1200 metres.
SeaFET V2 Ocean pH sensor
The SeaFET™ V2 is the next generation pH sensor. The sensing element is an ion sensitive field effect transistor (ISFET), the advantages of the ISFET include robustness, stability and precision that make it suitable for ocean pH measurement at low pressure, thus helping achieve a greater understanding of the state of acid/base equilibria in seawater.
Deep SUNA Ocean Nitrate Sensor
Based on the proven MBARI-ISUS nitrate sensor, Deep SUNA provides real time, chemical-free nitrate calculations in deep ocean environments using Sea-Bird Scientific’s advanced UV absorption technology.
SeapHOx™ V2 Ocean CT(D)-pH-DO Sensor
Both the SeapHOx™ V2 and 2000 m Deep SeapHOx™ V2 allow for integrated measurements of conductivity, temperature, depth, dissolved oxygen, salinity, and pH. The pumped flow path and anti-fouling technology can extend deployment time.
The Environmental Characterization Optics (ECO) series of single-channel fluorometers delivers both high resolution and wide ranges across our entire line of parameters using 13 bit digital processing. The ECO series excels in biological monitoring and dye trace studies.
Provides calibrated, high-resolution (60 Hz signal and 1 Hz average) chlorophyll-a measurement of mechanically stimulated bioluminescence to assess water column ecosystem dynamics.
The C-Star transmissometer has a novel monolithic housing with a highly integrated opto-electronic design to provide a low cost, compact solution for underwater measurements of beam transmittance.
ECO Scattering Sensor
This optical sensor is available for measurements of backscattering or turbidity at 700 nm. ECOs feature optional active anti-fouling Bio-wiper™ and internal batteries for long-term deployments, as well as a 6,000 m depth rating.
This optical sensor is available in combinations of backscattering, turbidity, and fluorescence measurements. ECOs feature optional active anti-fouling and internal batteries for long-term deployments, as well as a 6,000 m depth rating.
The ECO Triplet features an evolutionary design that builds off the bio-wiper and faceplate available on the current ECO line. A copper faceplate covers all but the optics, and a central pivot three-armed copper and neoprene wiper clears the optics prior to sampling
ECO Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR) sensor
The ECO-PAR™ sensor provides highly accurate measurements of photosynthetically active radiation (400–700 nm) in all aquatic environments.
The new AML X2change™ is the industry’s leading family of field-swappable sensor heads. Each sensor head contains its own embedded calibration and can be moved from instrument to instrument without impacting accuracy.
AML-3The AML-3 series of instruments is a highly configurable family of multiparameter sondes designed for a wide range of data collection applications.
The AML-1 series of instruments is a highly configurable sonde designed for a wide range of data collection applications. The ‘1’ designation refers to the number of sensors that may be installed on the instrument’s endcap.
Join us for demos and networking
At EIVA Demo Days Denmark, 20-21 September 2023, we will offer presentations on and demos of the latest news from the EIVA NaviSuite software world, EIVA's hardware portfolio and other equipment developed by some of the strongest players in the offshore and shallow water industry.
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The ongoing EIVA LIVE webinar series keeps you up to date on our latest software and hardware developments – with the possibility to dive deeper and ask our experts questions. Past webinars have showcased solutions such as our autopilot and software for autonomous hydrographic surveys, as well as new automated ROV inspection modes.