The C3™ Submersible Fluorometer can be configured with one, two or three optical sensors ranging from deep ultraviolet to the infrared spectrum. Internal memory storage capacity combined with an external submersible lithium ion battery allows the C3™ to run during extended or short-term deployments. Each C3™ comes with a factory-installed temperature sensor. Optional factory-installed depth sensors and copper-armed mechanical wipers are also available. The durable delrin housing is highly resistant to harsh environments. Antifouling copper tape pieces are included for placement on the C3™ optical head to reduce bio-fouling on and around the sensors. C-Soft
Windows™ based software allows for intuitive calibration, datalogging set-up and file management capabilities as well as digital or analog data integration.
One, Two or Three Optical Sensors
Temperature Sensor Included
Optional Depth Sensor
Optional 3-Brush Mechanical Wiper with Copper Arms
All Plastic Housing
Robust Memory – Over 60,000 Data Lines!
Easy to Use Software with Data Management Capabilities
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U.S. Coast Guard SMART Team GULF OF MEXICO - Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Kurt Stricklen and crew, members of a Coast Guard Special Monitoring of Applied Response Technologies (SMART) team, collect oiled water samples in the Gulf of Mexico, May 27, 2010. The team of specialists in oil-spill and hazardous substance monitoring, use state-of-the-art technology to gather samples and field data, which help environmental scientists determine the effectiveness of dispersants used to break down oil in the water. U.S. Coast Guard video by Petty Officer 1st Class Luke Pinneo