Teledyne RDI StreamPro ADCP

Teledyne RDI StreamPro ADCP

The StreamPro ADCP is designed to measure real-time velocity and discharge measurements in shallow streams. The StreamPro system consists of the following major components:
• Transducer Assembly – The transducer assembly contains the transducer ceramics and the electronics. A thermistor is embedded in the transducer head and measures the water temperature.
• Float, Boom, and Tow Arm – The float, deployment boom and tow arm are designed to maintain the transducer at a constant depth in the water with minimal water flow disturbance.
• Electronics Housing – The blue and white plastic housing protects the electronics and is “splash proof” (i.e. it can be submerged in depths to one to two meters for short periods of time as you retrieve the StreamPro).
• Power Switch and LEDs – The power switch is located on the electronics housing. The amber LED on the electronics housing indicates power on; the blue LED indicates that a Bluetooth link has been acquired. A blinking amber LED indicates the battery level is low.

Key Features

Up to 25-hour mission duration

Speeds up to 4.2 knots

Increased module payload capacity

Search and recovery

Hydrography

Deep sea mineral exploration

Marine & Fisheries research

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