A Sound Velocity Sensor is a device that is used for measuring the speed of sound, specifically in a body of water. A Sound Velocity Profiler measures the speed of sound throughout the column of water. Sound velocity in water is measured by either using a small acoustic signal which is sent to a receiver at a known distance or by measuring the variables affecting sound velocity in water; salinity, temperature and pressure variables.
Valeport's SWiFTplus Multi-Parameter Profiler with a Turbidity sensor combines survey-grade sound speed, temperature and pressure sensor technology with Turbidity ob
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The HY1203 SVP measures underwater sound veloci-ty, depth and temperature where the sensor is for calibrating echosounders, sonar systems and other acoustic instrume
Moving Vessel Profiler (MVP) is proven to remove both the technical and financial unpredictability associated with survey operations. Public and private organization
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