SAMBAT: Multiparameter probe
SAMBAT is an autonomous multiparameter probe. It allows to measure over several months the main physical quantities of water. SAMBAT uses a cleaning broom for the protection against biofouling of dissolved Fluorescence, Turbidity and Oxygen sensors.
Up to 7 parameters
Integrated wiper cleaning
Integrated GPRS modem
The probe is multifunctional and operational as it is suitable for any type of support – among them very light buoy, ladder, stake and pontoon.
Features and benefitsSAMBAT is an Autonomous Multiparameter Probe with Brush and Teletransmission of data. This equipment is used to measure and record during several months the main physicochemical water parameters (to be chosen): conductivity for the calculation of salinity, temperature, depth, turbidity, Chlorophyll a, Phycocyanin, Phycoerythrin, dissolved oxygen, pH, Redox, and the detection of hydrocarbons. SAMBAT uses a wiper to protect optical sensors from biofouling.
Examples of useAutomated measuring station
Water quality control
Civil engineering and harbour projects follow-up
Salinity and turbidity measurement for hydrodynamic model settings
Bathing waters monitoring
Salinity (sea version)
Dissolved oxygen (DO)
Fluorescence Chlorophyll A
Hydrocarbons Crude oil
Technical dataTime: internal clock with calendar
Sensors materials: SAMBAT fresh water: stainless steel SAMBAT sea water: titanium
Communication: GPRS: Integrated Transmission (TI) (max antenna cable length 6m) / Modbus
Tracking: Integrated GPS (only with GPRS communication)