USA: Turner Designs Introduces New Version of Cyclops-7 Submersible Fluorometer

USA Turner Designs Introduces New Version of Cyclops-7 Submersible Fluorometer

Turner Designs is excited to introduce a 6000 meter version of our very popular Cyclops-7 Submersible Fluorometer.

The Cyclops-6K is presently available for Chlorophyll, Crude Oil, and CDOM detection with more optical configurations available soon.

The reinforced Titanium housing and specialized optical head allow the Cyclops-6K to reach abyssal depths. Offering the same low power requirements, high performance, and long-term stability as the Cyclops-7, the Cyclops-6K is designed with system integration in mind.

The Cyclops-6K analog output is easily integrated into CTDs, ROVs, or AUVs to monitor the deepest parts of the ocean.

Similar to the Cyclops-7’s optoelectronics and circuitry, the Cyclops-6K provides an easy-to-use output format over the same connector type.

Subsea World News Staff , February 28, 2012; Image: Turner Designs

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