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Turner Announces Submersible Fluorometer

July 28, 2008

The C3 incorporates as many as three optical sensors, allowing in situ optical characterization of water samples during profiles, long-term moored deployments, and discrete sampling.


SUNNYVALE, CA /PRNewswire/ -- Turner Designs Inc. announces the new C3 Submersible Fluorometer, which is designed to incorporate up to three optical sensors, as well as temperature and depth sensing devices. The sensors can be selected to detect in vivo Chlorophyll a, blue green algae, rhodamine WT dye, crude oil, CDOM, optical brighteners, and turbidity. The C3 can be used in freshwater, coastal, and open-ocean applications. The versatility of the C3 allows customers to use the C3 during profiles, long-term moored deployments, and discrete sampling.

The C-Soft Windows–based user interface allows for intuitive calibration, data logging, and data management. Digital data output allows for easy integration with existing water monitoring systems, such as CTDs, dataloggers, vessels of opportunity, and buoys.

About Turner
Turner Designs Inc. has been supplying customers with fluorometers for more than 30 years. The product line includes field, submersible, handheld, lab, and online fluorometers, as well as units designed for OEM applications. Turner Designs is ISO 9001:2000 certified and sells its products directly in the USA and through distributors in the rest of the world.


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