Environmental Monitoring

What is LabSTAF?

LabSTAF active fluorometer

LabSTAF active fluorometer by Chelsea Technologies
  • Monitoring phytoplankton primary productivity using the latest in STAF technology

  • Unparalleled sensitivity allowing measurements in extreme oligotrophic waters
  • Wide dynamic range providing reliable measurements from open ocean, coastal waters and lakes
  • Fully automated acquisition allows for continuous measurements without manual intervention
  • Compact and robust portable unit – ideal for deployment on research vessels and outdoor locations
  • Automated sample exchange and system cleaning for extended autonomous operation

 

Why LabSTAF?

  • Advanced corrections as standard
  • Seven waveband excitation for spectral correction of photosynthetic measurements and assessment of community structure
  • Dual fluorescence waveband measurement to compensate for the reabsorption of chlorophyll fluorescence through the package effect
  • Baseline subtraction to exclude fluorescence signal from non-photosynthetic sources

 

VLux AlgaePro

VLux AlgaePro is the latest advancement in in situ fluorometers from Chelsea Technologies, measuring 4 algal groups with integrated environmental corrections for absorbance and turbidity in one compact sensor. The absorbance measurements also provide a correction for CDOM interference and increase dynamic range by a factor of 20x.

Applications

VLux AlgaePro fluoromter

VLux AlgaePro by Chelsea Technologies
  • Harmful algal bloom monitoring
  • Finfish and shellfish aquaculture
  • Bathing waters
  • Algal bloom monitoring
  • Catchment monitoring
  • Environmental health
  • Water treatment
  • Industrial monitoring of algae
  • Identification of contamination in bottled water production
  • Algae population assessment in bioreactors
  • Research into primary productivity and algal population characterisation

A full range of fluorometers include the VLux (algae, Tryptophan, Fuel, Oil), the TriLux, UniLux and UvLux series.

 

PAR Sensor

Gather highly sensitive data on light irradiance with the Chelsea PAR sensor. With a depth rating of 1000 m, the PAR sensor can be fitted to profiling systems or oceanographic moorings to get a complete picture of the photic zone. The long term calibration stability and titanium corrosion-resistant housing make it ideal for long term deployments on vehicles or wider instrumentation systems in all water environments.

PAR Sensor

PAR Sensor

Features

  • High sensitivity
  • Long term calibration stability
  • Logarithmic 6 Decade range
  • Wide angular detection range
  • 1000 m depth rating
  • Corrosion resistant housing

Applications

  • Sea-truthing of satellite data
  • Oceanographic and environmental studies
  • Referencing primary productivity measurements
  • Referencing in situ fluorometer measurements

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