Minos•X

Minos•X

Our most popular profiler is known for its rugged performance and ease of use. With new CT•Xchange, Minos•X is the smallest combined CTD/SVP on the market.

  • X•Series 405 KB

    Total flexibility – of instrument model, of sensor type, and of sensor range – ensures that the right instrument is always available.

    13 Jun 2016

  • CTD/SVP Profilers 278 KB

    CTD. SVP, or both, deep or shallow, AML's X•Series profilers meet the needs of hydrographers.

    13 Jun 2016

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AML Oceanographic

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AML Oceanographic manufactures SVPs, CTDs, and underway profiling systems. The pioneer of time-of-flight sound velocity known for field-swappable Xchange™ sensors provides end-to-end vertical profilin...AML Oceanographic manufactures SVPs, CTDs, and underway profiling systems. The pioneer of time-of-flight sound velocity known for field-swappable Xchange™ sensors provides end-to-end vertical profiling solutions with the industry standard in underway profiling, Moving Vessel Profiler (MVP).More

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  • Moving Vessel Profiler (MVP)

    Offering high speed underway profiling in real time, the Moving Vessel Profiler reduces survey costs while improving data quality. Real time data acqu...

  • Xchange™ Sensors

    All X•Series instruments are compatible with the six Xchange™ field-swappable sensor-heads, which minimize downtime and logistics costs, and maximize ...

  • UV•Xchange Biofouling Control

    UV•Xchange has maintained sensor surfaces in a high fouling shallow water environment for over two years of continuous deployment, with no cleaning or...

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