FLNTU instruments have a combination sensor that measures chlorophyll fluorescence and turbidity within the same volume of seawater. The instrument uses a light emitting diode (LED) to provide an excitation source. The fluoresced light is received by a detector at a particular angle from the LED source, and uses an interference filter, to discriminate against scattered excitation light. Turbidity is measured at the same time, by detecting scattered light from a 700 nm LED, which is positioned at the same angle as the chlorophyll fluorescence.
Individual instruments of the above category, which are (or have been) connected to our observatories. Click an instrument for detailed information.
|WET Labs ECO FLNTU 1087||Marine Technology Centre|
|WET Labs ECO FLNTU 2585||Marine Technology Centre|
|WET Labs ECO FLNTU 2586||Cambridge Bay|
|WET Labs ECO FLNTU 894||Marine Technology Centre|
|WET Labs ECO FLNTU 895||Folger Passage|
|WET Labs ECO FLNTUS 3441||Marine Technology Centre|
|WET Labs ECO FLNTUS 3923||Marine Technology Centre|
|WET Labs ECO FLNTUS 4669||Marine Technology Centre|
|WET Labs ECO FLNTUS 4670||Barkley Canyon|
|WET Labs ECO-FL-NTU (RT) 2973||Barkley Canyon|
|WET Labs ECO-FL-NTU (RTD) 1828||Ocean Networks Canada Offices|
|WET Labs ECO-FL-NTU (RTD) 5069||Marine Technology Centre|
|WET Labs FLNTU 0603009||Marine Technology Centre|
|WET Labs FLNTU 060901||Marine Technology Centre|
|WET Labs FLNTU 1042||Marine Technology Centre|
Click the instrument categories below for descriptions and lists of instruments belonging to that category.