Cefas water sampler
|Within Vocab||SeaVoX Device Catalogue|
|Alternative Labels||Cefas water sampler|
|Definition||A programmable water sampler developed in-house, originally designed for use with a Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR). It can also be deployed on moorings, ROV or AUV platforms and towed-vehicle systems, to determine the species of marine plankton or for capturing marine contaminents. A pump collects up to 16 individual samples into gas-impermeable 250 ml bags, each within protective enclosures, which can be pre-filled with preservative. Sampling can be set-up via a Windows software interface, allowing the user to programme for water samples to be taken at specific times. It also has the capability for remote control sampling through an Iridium satellite interface, allowing remote sampling activation. Each bag fill can be performed either as a one shot operation, or as a repeat fill. The repeat fill feature allows a sample bag to be filled gradually over a period of time, with the amount of fill for each stage being preset through the user interface. Larger sampling bags can also be fitted as necessary. The sampler operates up to approximately 20 m depth, and can pump 100 ml in approximately 90 seconds. Further information can be found at http://www.cefastechnology.co.uk/products/water-sampler/.|
|Has Current Version||1|
||discrete water samplers||Mapping: 1592837|
||Cefas Lowestoft Laboratory||Mapping: 1592838|
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