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Institution:   PLOCAN
Localization:   Canarias
Coordinate:   29.229578 / -15.516925
Type: Buoy ODAS
Device identification:  105
Communication system:  Iridium
Communication rate:  1 hr (dm)
Status: Active

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Installed meteocenographic sensors


  Wind Sensor

Manufacturer:  Young
Model: 05103VM

  Temperature and Humidity Probe

Manufacturer:  Vaisala
Model: HMP155
Info: Temperature and humidity sensor


  Barometric Pressure Sensor

Manufacturer:  Vaisala
Model: PTB110
Info: Barometer for environmental pressure monitoring


  Compass

Manufacturer:  Young
Model: 32500
Info: Electronic Compass, serial interface


  Solar Radiation Sensor

Manufacturer:  Apogee Instruments
Model: SQ-215
Info: Photosynthetically active radiation, often abbreviated PAR, designates the spectral range (wave band) of solar radiation from 400 to 700 nanometers that photosynthetic organisms are able to use in the process of photosynthesis. This spectral region corresponds more or less with the range of light visible to the human eye. Photons at shorter wavelengths tend to be so energetic that they can be damaging to cells and tissues, but are mostly filtered out by the ozone layer in the stratosphere. Photons at longer wavelengths do not carry enough energy to allow photosynthesis to take place.


  Turbidity Sensor

Manufacturer:  Wetlabs
Model: FLNTUSB
Info: WET Labs offers the Environmental Characterization Optics (ECO) series of meters that incorporate a common set of options with a single basic design to make them ideal for a wide variety of deployments. The FLNTU: • Combines the unparalleled sensitivity of the ECO fluorometer with an optical scattering measurement at 700 nm for simultaneous determination of turbidity • Ranges for output tailored to the environment • Allows for assessment of fluorescence and turbidity variability and interactions • Digital and analog output for easy integration into analog CTD packages or serial data streams • Provides excellent precision, reliability and overall performance at a fraction of the cost and size of similar instruments


  pH Sensor

Manufacturer:  SensorLab
Model: SP200-SM
Info: The SP200-SM is a High accuracy colorimetric pH sensor designed for in situ operation in shallow waters. The SP200-SM pH sensors has no significant drift, even after operating for several months. The sensor can be autonomously operated thanks to its internal Li-Ion battery.


  CO2 Sensor

Manufacturer:  Pro-Oceanus
Model: CO2-Pro CV
Info: The CO2-Pro CV instrument measures the partial pressure of CO2 gas dissolved in water using infrared detection. Standard ranges from 0-600 ppm up to 0-10,000 ppm provide the full spectrum of pCO2 needed for accurate measurement of ocean, coastal, riverine and lake CO2 levels.


  GPS

Manufacturer:  Garmin
Model: 17x
Info: GPD receiver


  Oxygen Sensor

Manufacturer:  AADI
Model: Optode 4835
Info: O2 concentration optical measurement principle sensor.


  MicroCAT

Manufacturer:  Sea-Bird Electronics
Model: SBE37-SM
Info: The SBE 37-SM MicroCAT is a high-accuracy conductivity and temperature (pressure optional) recorder with Serial interface (RS-232 or RS-485), internal batteries, and Memory. The MicroCAT is designed for moorings or other long-duration, fixed-site deployments.


  Wind Sensor

Manufacturer:  Vaisala
Model: WMT701
Info: Vaisala WINDCAP ® Ultrasonic Wind Sensor WMT700 Series is a robust and reliable ultrasonic anemometer. It measures surface wind, which is one of the key parameters for meteorology and aviation. The WMT700 Series meets the updated - WMO-No.8 guide, 7th edition - and ICAO requirements


  Barometric Pressure Sensor

Manufacturer:  Vaisala
Model: PTB110
Info: Barometer for environmental pressure monitoring


  Compass

Manufacturer:  Young
Model: 32500
Info: Electronic Compass, serial interface


  Solar Radiation Sensor

Manufacturer:  Apogee Instruments
Model: SQ-215
Info: Photosynthetically active radiation, often abbreviated PAR, designates the spectral range (wave band) of solar radiation from 400 to 700 nanometers that photosynthetic organisms are able to use in the process of photosynthesis. This spectral region corresponds more or less with the range of light visible to the human eye. Photons at shorter wavelengths tend to be so energetic that they can be damaging to cells and tissues, but are mostly filtered out by the ozone layer in the stratosphere. Photons at longer wavelengths do not carry enough energy to allow photosynthesis to take place.


  GPS

Manufacturer:  Garmin
Model: 17x
Info: GPD receiver


  Temperature and Humidity Probe

Manufacturer:  Vaisala
Model: HMP155
Info: Temperature and humidity sensor


  Turbidity Sensor

Manufacturer:  Wetlabs
Model: FLNTUSB
Info: WET Labs offers the Environmental Characterization Optics (ECO) series of meters that incorporate a common set of options with a single basic design to make them ideal for a wide variety of deployments. The FLNTU: • Combines the unparalleled sensitivity of the ECO fluorometer with an optical scattering measurement at 700 nm for simultaneous determination of turbidity • Ranges for output tailored to the environment • Allows for assessment of fluorescence and turbidity variability and interactions • Digital and analog output for easy integration into analog CTD packages or serial data streams • Provides excellent precision, reliability and overall performance at a fraction of the cost and size of similar instruments


  MicroCAT

Manufacturer:  Sea-Bird Electronics
Model: SBE37-SM
Info: The SBE 37-SM MicroCAT is a high-accuracy conductivity and temperature (pressure optional) recorder with Serial interface (RS-232 or RS-485), internal batteries, and Memory. The MicroCAT is designed for moorings or other long-duration, fixed-site deployments.


  Oxygen Sensor

Manufacturer:  AADI
Model: Optode 4835
Info: O2 concentration optical measurement principle sensor.


Device Deployment date Recovery date
Buoy ODAS (35932) June 2, 2014 Dec. 22, 2014
Buoy ODAS (35958) June 2, 2014 Dec. 22, 2014
Buoy ODAS (102) May 18, 2015 Sept. 24, 2015
Buoy ODAS (101) May 18, 2015 Sept. 24, 2015
Buoy ODAS (101) Oct. 24, 2015 June 8, 2016
Buoy ODAS (102) Oct. 24, 2015 June 8, 2016
Buoy ODAS (105) Oct. 11, 2016 Dec. 3, 2016
Buoy ODAS (106) Oct. 11, 2016 Dec. 3, 2016
Buoy ODAS (105) April 14, 2017 Sept. 26, 2017
Buoy ODAS (106) April 14, 2017 Sept. 26, 2017
Buoy ODAS (102) Sept. 27, 2017 March 7, 2018
Buoy ODAS (101) Sept. 27, 2017 March 7, 2018
Buoy ODAS (105) May 22, 2018 -
Buoy ODAS (106) May 22, 2018 -
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