Download the Sea-Bird HydroCAT-EP Case Study Now! The Sea-Bird Scientific HydroCAT-EP is ideally suited for extended deployments in remote, biologically rich environments. Factory calibrated, field proven sensors ensure long term data stability. Depending on the application, the HydroCAT-EP can collect high quality data for several months up to a year. As part of HydroCAT-EP field tests, an extended deployment was carried out at Shilshole Bay, Puget Sound, Washington. In conjunction with the field tests, an SBE 37 MicroCAT with Dissolved Oxygen was deployed and a water sampling program was conducted. Intercomparisons between the data sets show the HydroCAT-EP is an accurate and stable instrument. These results also highlight the lack of maintenance required to sustain high quality data return. The HydroCAT-EP was deployed for 3.5 months from July 1, 2015…
Traceable Water Quality Data l Intuitive Software l Proven Sensor Technology The NEW HYDROLAB HL7 multiparameter water quality sonde, combined with intuitive software & expert support teams, helps environmental scientists and managers make critical decisions & monitor increasingly important changes in our water resources by providing traceable water quality data you can trust. Download the HYDROLAB HL Series Guide for a technical overview of the NEW HL7 water quality monitoring solution. Traceable - Reliable - Accurate Data Quickly view the current status of the instrument by viewing active alerts, color coded health indicators, and sensor diagnostics Receive valuable data sets supported by metadata Observe calibration logs and metadata to help validate measurements and fulfill QA/QC requirements Simple & Intuitive HYDROLAB HL Software Helping you make better decisions, minimize errors, and increase efficiency Maximize uptime with streamlined calibration tasks Minimize maintenance by…
Download your free Multiparameter Water Quality Instrument Selection Guide! Measurement of water quality in coastal regions and estuaries is critical in the characterization of hypoxic ‘dead zones’ as a result of nutrient loading and algal blooms in the water bodies. Sediment loading analysis through turbidity measurement is also important for coastal trend identification and modeling. OTT, HYDROLAB®, and Sea-Bird offer a variety of multiparameter water quality instrumentation and nutrient sensors for long-term coastal applications. Sea-Bird Scientific water quality multiparameter sondes are developed to provide accurate data in environments with salt water and biologically rich environments.Developed for longterm deployments. Learn more about our water quality instruments and which one works best for you.
Watch Now the Danaher Corporation Water Quality Video! Learn more about our family and shared purpose “Designing answers by providing sustainable solutions that go beyond the expectations of Hydromet professionals to support them in making informed decisions for caring for the world’s water resources and forecasting surface weather, protecting the environment and lives” Sutron and OTT Hydromet help water resource professionals generate reliable data throughout the entire water cycle. We go beyond simply providing solutions by partnering with our customers in designing effective answers to the challenges they encounter in their vital role of monitoring the world's water.
The HYDROLAB DS5 multiparameter water quality sonde offers for maximum capability and flexibility the choice of any of HYDROLAB's 17 superior sensors for either profiling or unattended monitoring. DS5 Features: Seven universal sensor ports that allow custom configuration Measures up to 16 parameters simultaneously (some sensors provide multiple parameters) Capable of measurements using any of HYDROLAB'S 17 sensors Flexible design for use in either profiling or long-term deployments Tetra Tech, a premier worldwide consulting and engineering firm, focusing on water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development services, shared their experience with HYDROLAB DS5 sondes
Download the Free Technical Note: Algae Measurements Using In Vivo Fluorescence! Phytoplankton are microscopic, free-floating photosynthetic plants and bacteria that are commonly found in surface waters throughout the world. Aquatic scientists and water resource managers measure phytoplankton to gain a more in depth understanding on ecological dynamics, ecological health, nutrient status, and harmful algal bloom potential in aquatic systems. Submersible fluorescence sensors help to make this measurement easy, efficient, and economical by enabling real-time field estimates of phytoplankton biomass that can be directly correlated to quantitative laboratory measurements using standard methods. Would you like to learn more?
Download the Fact Sheet Now! Why is Phytoplankton Measurement Important? Measuring phytoplankton can provide valuable insights regarding the biological status of any given aquatic system. Aquatic scientists and water resource managers measure phytoplankton to gain a more in depth understanding on ecological dynamics, ecological health, nutrient status, and harmful algal bloom potential in aquatic systems. Would you like to read more?
Watch the Water Quality Monitoring with OTT Hydromet Video The importance of water quality monitoring continues to grow every year, yet the need for more and more high-quality data is constrained by challenges with budgets and human resources. OTT Hydromet understands these challenges and offers HYDROLAB and Sea-Bird Scientific water quality monitoring instrumentation, services, and support. This helps water quality professionals get the data that they need to achieve their objectives. From simple spot checking to multi-month deployments in biologically rich waters, OTT Hydromet can suit the needs of nearly every water quality professional.
Download the Quality Assurance and Quality Control Technical Note Now! The primary activities taken to assure and control data quality are aptly called quality assurance and quality control. Determining the “true value” of a water quality measurement is an important fundamental of any QA/QC program. To determine the true value, many professionals apply a second means of measuring the parameter of interest, such as another instrument that is kept serviced and calibrated just for quality control purposes or a grab sample that is evaluated using a trusted laboratory technique. Instruments such as HYDROLAB's produce high quality data for many applications and by leveraging the HYDROLAB Operating System you can maximize uptime with streamlined calibration tasks.