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AML Oceanographic

  • Marine Science
  • Ocean Observation
  • Maritime Security

Locations

AML Oceanographic

A300-2261, Keating Cross Rd
Victoria British Columbia V8M2A5
Canada

AML Oceanographic has been a manufacturer of high performance hydrographic and oceanographic equipment in Canada since 1974. Available through a global network of distributors, AML ensures quality support regardless of buyer location or language.

In 2020, AML debuted the X2•Series Instrumentation and X2change™ sensors. These highly configurable multiparameter sondes are designed to suit a wide range of applications. As well as minimizing downtime, the field-swappable sensors also help companies reduce logistic costs. AML’s award winning UV biofouling solution is available with the X2•Series.

AML’s Moving Vessel Profiler is the market leader in underway profiling systems and is backed by over 20 years of experience and thousands of successful surveys. By reducing technical and financial unpredictability, the MVP helps survey companies achieve a higher ROI.

Providing a premium service for all is at the heart of AML’s mission. Reach out today and experience better with AML Oceanographic.

Products

X2•Series Instruments: AML-1, AML-3, AML-6 X2change Sensors: Conductivity-Temperature, Pressure, Sound Velocity, Sound Velocity-Temperature, Temperature, Turbidity, Dissolved Oxygen... and more. Biofouling Control: Street Lamp UV, Cabled UV Underway Profilers: MVP30, MVP30-350, MVP200, MVP300

Documents

• View AML-1 Data Sheet - The AML-1 series of instruments is a highly configurable sonde designed for a wide range of data collection applications. The ‘1’ designation indicates that one X2change sensor may be installed on the instrument at any time.

• View AML-3 Data Sheet - The AML-3 series is a highly configurable family of multiparameter sondes designed for a wide range of data collection applications. The ‘3’ designation refers to the number of sensors that may be simultaneously installed on the instrument’s endcap.

• View AML-6 Data Sheet - he AML-6 series is a highly configurable family of multiparameter sondes designed for a wide range of data collection applications. The ‘6’ designation refers to the number of X2•Series sensors that may be simultaneously installed on the instrument’s endcap. Additional sensors may be connected externally, allowing up to eight sensors in total.

• View X2changeTM Data Sheet - X2changeTM is the industry’s leading family of field-swappable sensor heads. Each sensor head contains its own embedded calibration and can be moved from instrument to instrument without impacting accuracy. Changing sensors is easy: simply unscrew one sensor head and replace it with another.

Products

AML-1

AML-1 RT with SV

[Category: Science & Research-Oceanography / Oceanology]

The AML-1 series of instruments is a highly configurable sonde designed for a wide range of data collection applications. The ‘1’ designation refers to the number of sensors that may be installed on the instrument’s endcap. The RT designation (ie. AML-3 RT) stream data while in-situ. Power and communication to this instrument is facilitated via a waterproof connector. These instruments rely on external power for operation and the application of this power is automatic when voltage is applied. These instruments are commonly used in measurement of sound velocity on sonar systems, moored applications, buoys, underwater observatories, and ROVs. However, the AML-1 is compatible with an X2 series of Xchangeable sensors.

AML-3

AML-3 LGR SVP 500m

LGR SVP 500m

[Category: Science & Research-Oceanography / Oceanology]

The AML-3 series of instruments is a highly configurable family of multiparameter sondes designed for a wide range of data collection applications. The ‘3’ designation refers to the number of sensors that may be simultaneously installed on the instrument’s endcap. One additional sensor may be connected externally, allowing up to 4 sensors in total. This kit comes with a sound velocity and 500 dbar pressure sensor. The LGR designation (ie. AML-3 LGR) are self-powered via a rechargeable internal battery and have a mechanical on/off switch adjacent to their shackle. These instruments are most commonly used for multiparameter profiling applications and internally log sensor measurements and transfer data postdeployment.

AML-6

RT 500m

[Category: Science & Research-Oceanography / Oceanology]

The AML-6 series of instruments is a highly configurable family of multiparameter sondes designed for a wide range of data collection applications. The ‘6’ designation refers to the number of sensors that may be simultaneously installed on the instrument’s endcap. One additional sensor may be connected externally, allowing up to 7 sensors in total. This kit comes with a Conductivity-Temperature, Depth, Dissolved Oxygen, pH, Chlorophyll AB, and Turbidity with wiper and Street lamp UV. The RT designation (ie. AML-6 RT) stream data while in-situ. Power and communication to this instrument is facilitated via a waterproof connector. These instruments rely on external power for operation and the application of this power is automatic when voltage is applied. These instruments are commonly used in measurement of sound velocity on sonar systems, moored applications, buoys, underwater observatories, and ROVs. However, the AML-6 is compatible with an X2 series of Xchangeable sensors.
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