Underwater node

Underwater node

Underwater nodes provide the infrastructure in terms of electrical power and data connections to continuously operate complex sensor systems having high power consumption on the seafloor. The underwater node can be installed with a cable connection up to 30 km offshore for a yearround operation.

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    Benthic Sampling Equipment
    Earth Sciences
    Environmental Management
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    Marine Geology
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    Marine Geotechnical Investigations
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-4H-JENA engineering GmbH

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-4H-JENA engineering is specialised in environmental monitoring systems. We have a broad variety of devices in terms of automatic and unattended measurements with a long-term operation and high reliab...-4H-JENA engineering is specialised in environmental monitoring systems. We have a broad variety of devices in terms of automatic and unattended measurements with a long-term operation and high reliability of data. Every system is especially adapted to fit your requirements.More

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