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Updates to the OceanPack Rack System Introduced

SubCTech has released user-friendly modifications to the autonomous measuring system, the OceanPack™ 19” rack By Sarah Simpson / 15 Jan 2024
SubCtech Introduces Major Updates to the OP Rack System
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Leading developer of ocean monitoring and subsea power technologies SubCTech, has updated the OceanPack 19 rack; a classic “Underway“ or ”FerryBox“ autonomous measuring system.

With a wide user base around the globe, the updated system includes a power supply, a data logger and a water system to run and measure water parameters completely unattended, while still offering space to include optional sensors or automatic cleaning.

The newly implemented system structure grants optimized water flow through the RACK and allows for a standardized and modular system that can easily be expanded with additional features.

The water-cleaning unit is now permanently installed in the lower part of the RACK to save material and be more service-friendly as well as easier to use.

Additionally, the new junction box also allows the user to easily retrofit optional probes and access them for maintenance services.

The new debubbler comes in a standardized size and is made out of opaque PVC to blockout the sunlight. Less sunlight inside the debubbler results in less biofouling and therefore fewer needs for maintenance of the sensors.

Developing the science we need for the ocean we want, SubCTech’s state-of-the-art solutions are ideal for equipping unmanned and autonomous systems operating in challenging maritime environments.

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