RBR Concerto APT Accelerometer and Bottom Pressure Recorder
|Within Vocab||SeaVoX Device Catalogue|
|Alternative Labels||RBR Concerto APT|
|Definition||A combined triaxial quartz accelerometer and bottom pressure recorder designed for deep-sea early earthquake detection and tsunami monitoring, via both autonomous installation or cabled observatories. The RBR Concerto APT uses Digiquartz transducers to detect bottom pressure, and the accelerometer measures simultaneously in three orthogonal directions. It has a depth resolution of 10 ppb and 0.01 percent accuracy. It offers up to 20 Hz sampling and can store 240M readings internally. It can operate in temperatures ranging from -2 to +45 degC, and up to 10000 m depth. The RBR Concerto APT was designed for the NEPTUNE Observatory at Ocean Networks Canada, and has been superseded by the RBR Quartz3 APT: https://rbr-global.com/products/standard-loggers/rbrquartz-apt.|
|Has Current Version||2|
|L05 SeaDataNet device categories - (2)|
||RBR Ltd||Mapping: 1594119|
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