Plankton Analytics Pi-10 Plankton Imager
|Within Vocab||SeaVoX Device Catalogue|
|Alternative Labels||Plankton Analytics Pi-10|
|Definition||The Plankton Imager Pi-10 is a ship or shore-based mesoplankton imager. The Pi-10 outputs full colour images that are date-time stamped and GPS located. It can be bulkhead or pedestal mounted and connects to a pumped water supply. A back-lit flow-cell is imaged by a high-speed line scan camera. Objects passing through the flow-cell are segmented from the background, time and GPS stamped and saved to an internal hard drive. Images are broadcast on the local area network for real-time analysis using connected computers. A flow meter monitors water flow rates. Onboard software provides post-processing for station-based (replaces net-sampling) or continuous track analysis. A new three category Python-based DNN pre-sorter is available for Detritus/Copepod/non-Copepod to reduce expert sorting burden. The Pi-10 operates in the size range 100 um to 20 mm, and at a water flow rate of 34 litres per minute. This allows it to image over two cubic metres of water per hour to a resolution of 10 um in full colour.|
|Has Current Version||1|
||plankton categorisers and counters||Mapping: 1741605|
||Plankton Analytics Ltd||Mapping: 1741606|
||Plankton Analytics||Mapping: 1741607|
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