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Re: wide band bottom recorder for deep deployment (1500m)

To: Gianni Pavan <>
Subject: Re: wide band bottom recorder for deep deployment (1500m)
From: Herve Glotin <>
Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2017 14:46:54 +0000
Dear Gianni,

the new JASON DAQ from our platform
seems accurate for your design :

Low power = 300 uA in sleeping mode, 150 mA x 12 V at 1Msps

Small to get into small tubes =  L x l x h = 170 mm x 65 mm x 40 mm
Wide band recording = from 50 kHz up to 2 mHz SR (you can set your desired SR)

Big storage = SD or HDD up to 2 To

Hydrophone = we adjust the input to all possible hydrophone, just order the calibrated hydro you may need and we plug it

Price (without hydrophone and tube) = less than 2 000 USD


Hervé Glotin, Prof.  m("","glotin");" target="_blank">
Univ. Toulon, CNRS UMR LSIS, honorary member IUF 
head of Scaled Acoustic Biodiversity & DYNI projects

On Sun, Nov 12, 2017 at 12:56 PM, Gianni Pavan <> wrote:
Hi all,
    I'm searching for an autonomous wideband recorder to be deployed at 1500-1700m depth. Other than depth resistance the basic features required are: wideband recording (up to 80 kHz) with calibrated hydrophone, battery and memory enough to record on a schedule of 10 minutes every 30 minutes for at least 60 days. 

Any hint on available commercial models is welcome.

Thanks in advance,
Gianni Pavan

Centro Interdisciplinare di Bioacustica e Ricerche Ambientali
Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra e dell'Ambiente
Universita' di Pavia
Via Taramelli 24 - 27100 PAVIA - I

Banca Dati Nazionale Spiaggiamenti Mammiferi Marini

Consiglio Scientifico International Society of Ecoacoustics

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