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Lowell Instruments LLC

  • Science & Research-Ocean Currents & Modeling

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Lowell Instruments LLC

33 Cameron Road
North Falmouth MA 02556
USA

Lowell Instruments LLC designs and manufactures advanced data loggers, software and instrumentation for the international scientific and engineering community. Lowell Instruments offers a complete line of tilt current meters and orientation data loggers that are used in a wide variety of freshwater and marine environments worldwide. Lowell Instruments’ TCMs have become the de facto standard for tilt current meters, with unsurpassed battery life and memory.


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