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德国HYDRO-BIOS公司 积分采水器
类别: 积分采水器
型号: IWS
关键字: 积分采水器,采水器,柱状水体采样
供应商: 青岛水德仪器有限公司
产品简介:

积分采水器用于对水体进行柱状积分采样。

详细介绍

德国HYDRO-BIOS公司——第三代积分采水器

IWS III- Integrating Water Sampler

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积分采水器的设计,是为了与欧盟水框架指令提出的要求相一致,用于对柱状水体进行积分采样。


特点:

  • 外部电源配备单独的外壳

  • 快速启动按钮-启动采水器,使用之前编程的采样深度

  • 协议-集成在OceanLab3软件中

  • 自由设定深度范围

新特点:

  • 手持终端或电脑可以用蓝牙连接

  • 无需连接电缆即可对现场采样预编程

  • 时间-积分采样(例如可以对水平采样过程设定起始时间和结束时间)

 

采水器由内置的压力传感器和电子控制单元来控制,顶端还配备了小型的马达单元,确保对整个柱状水样在期望的深度进行完整的采样。供电由可充电的LiFePo4蓄电池来提供。

IWS III使用起来非常简单:

可以对期望深度(开始深度和结束深度可自由设定)进行编程,并将数据通过手持终端或电脑的OceanLab 3软件存储在采水器中。采水器的推荐下降速度会显示在手持终端的显示器上,然后采水器在水中下降,电子器件会自动调节由于船体的不稳定或海面的不平静,使得采水器的下降速度不稳定所带来的采样误差。到达结束深度后,采水器中的样品含量为2.5或5L时被拉起,由于采样深度可以自由设定,可以获得不同深度的柱状水样。

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技术参数:

长度: 720或880mm                                              

容积: 2.5或5.0L

材质:POM,丙烯酸塑料,钛合金,不锈钢

空气中重量:7kg或8kg

操作:一组电池可以执行约20次完整采样工作

最大操作深度:100米

 

选配:

深海版本:最大操作深度3000米

在线版本:通过手持终端或者PC进行控制和深度读取(RS232-传输距离约50米或FSK单芯电缆,传输距离无限制)

多通道采样系统:安装到多通道水样采集器上,可以同时进行多个不同深度的采样

 

积分采水器订购信息:

436 601  第三代积分采水器,2.5 L,100m

436 602  第三代积分采水器,2.5 L,3000m
436 606  第三代积分采水器,5.0 L,100m

436 607  第三代积分采水器,5.0 L,3000m

 

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