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CSBUOY-DT Water Quality Platform System with DO and Temperature Probe

Overview

Although the CSBuoy-DT Water Quality Platform System was retired on January 5, 2010, some replacement parts remain available

Campbell Scientific's CSBUOY-DT is a wireless, floating, self-contained package that allows fish farmers and water resource managers to monitor critical water quality parameters from the convenience of their office.

The CSBUOY-DT is not suitable for wave or tidal environments.

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Detailed Description

The CSBuoy-DT consists of a buoy, internal CR206 datalogger with 900 MHz spread spectrum radio, an antenna, a sealed rechargeable battery, a 5 Watt solar panel, dissolved oxygen sensor, agitator brush (to generate water flow past the sensor), and a temperature probe. The onboard transceiver sent data to an onshore base station or the manager's office. The internal data logger was preprogrammed to measure the connected sensors.

The buoy requires a minimal amount of setup and can be deployed anywhere on the pond. This self-contained package can be easily moved from pond to pond.

Polyethylene buoy houses:

  • Data logger
  • 900 Mhz wireless transceiver
  • 1/4 wave whip antenna
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Solar panel
  • Temperature probe
  • Dissolved Oxygen probe
  • Agitator brush

Specifications

Data Capacity Stores 32,000 data points

Buoy

Environment Freshwater and brackish ponds and small lakes; quiet water marine (no wave or tidal activity)
Buoy Material Polyethylene
Instrument Housing Outer Diameter 16.15 cm (6.36 in.)
Instrument Housing Inner Diameter 15.24 cm (6 in.)
Float Diameter 76 cm (30 in.)
Height 119 cm (47 in.)
Weight ~16.8 kg (~37 lb)

Sensors

Temperature Range 0° to 50°C
Accuracy ±2%
Response Time 2 minutes to reach 90% of final reading
Minimum Water Flow Rate 5 cm (2 in.) per second across membrane

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