RBR

RBR

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Since 1973, RBR has been designing and manufacturing oceanographic instruments in Ottawa, Canada. From the ocean abyss to the polar ice cap; lakes, rivers & coastal zones, our sensors track water parameters including conductivity, temperature, depth, salinity (CTD), dissolved gases, pH, and others.

Products

  • RBRconcerto C.T.D

    Our flexible, option-packed, loggers dedicated to salinity and more. Standard sampling up to 1Hz, ~30M readings standard and ~120M readings optional, ...

  • RBRsolo Single Channel Logger

    RBR's most compact, lightweight, and versatile single channel loggers. Features include: flexible measurement schedules, up to 25M measurements, up to...

  • RBRduet Compact Dual Channel Logger

    RBR's most compact, lightweight, and versatile dual channel logger. Features: standard sampling up to 2Hz or optional fast sampling up 16Hz, up to ~22...

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Contacts

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    RBR

    95 Hines Road Kanata Ontario K2K 2M5 Canada
    Tel:  +61 16135998900
    Fax:  +1 6132334100

Categories

  1. Product Categories
    Fluorometers
    Instruments / Instrumentation
    Marine Engineering
    Measurement Equipment
    Ocean Modelling
    Ocean Observation
    Oceanography
    Oxygen Meters
    Profiling Systems
    Remote Sensing
    Sensors
    Tide Gauges
    Water Measurement & Sampling
  2. Company Activity
    Academia
    Engineering
    Hydrography/Marine Survey
    Marine Electrical/Electronics
    Measurement & Instrumentation
    Ocean Research
    Research & Development
  3. End-user Sectors
    Fisheries and Aquaculture
    Marine Environmental Protection
    Marine Science
    Ports, Harbours and Terminals
  4. Which countries are you looking to trade with in the future?
    Other
  5. Which countries do you currently trade with?
    Other

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