Real-Time Environmental Data at Your Fingertips

Our wireless aquaMeasure sensors serve as the central nervous system for our aquaculture intelligence solutions. Placed strategically around your pens and paired with our aquaHub, the submersible sensors track water temperature and depth along with a host of other environmental indicators, including:

  • Dissolved Oxygen
  • Salinity
  • Chlorophyll
  • Blue-Green Algae
  • Turbidity
  • Colored Dissolved Organic Matter

Built to Last

About the size of a flashlight, our wireless sensors for aquaculture are rugged and built to withstand the worst Mother Nature can dish out. They last a year on a single D battery, come calibrated and ready to deploy and feature an easy Bluetooth set-up so you can get them in the water quickly to start monitoring your pens and protecting your fish.

Track Currents and Weather

Our current profiler, meanwhile, provides mean flow measurements and data about waves and currents – crucial information when trying to protect both fish and infrastructure.

In addition, our add-on weather stations monitor conditions at the farm site, keeping you abreast of key factors that can affect operations at a moment’s notice, such as:

  • Wind Speed
  • Wind Direction
  • Air Temperature
  • Barometric Pressure
  • Relative Humidity

aquaMeasure DO Sensor

aquaMeasure DO measures dissolved oxygen (DO), temperature and tilt in real time. DO measurements are critically important in optimizing feeding and maintaining healthy fish. Ongoing low dissolved oxygen levels on a farm can significantly affect fish behavior and lead to mortality. Levels continuously vary throughout a day, so it is crucial that aquaculture farmers measure DO in real time.

Dissolved Oxygen
Optical Based Measurement [0 – 140% Saturation (±2%)]

Temperature
-5° C to 35° C

Tilt
0-180 degrees

Memory
64 MB flash

Depth
Up to 100 meters

aquaMeasure SAL

The aquaMeasure SAL measures salinity, temperature and tilt in real time. Salinity is an important measure of water quality as many species of fish survive in different ranges of salinity. In aquaculture abrupt changes in salinity can cause high levels of stress and can even lead to mortality. It is recommended that salinity be measured in real time to capture changeover events and to utilize preventative measures.

Salinity
Conductivity Based Measurement [0 – 40PSU (±0.5PSU)]

Temperature
-5° C to 35° C

Tilt
0-180 degrees

Memory
64 MB flash

Depth
Up to 100 meters

aquaMeasure BGA Freshwater and Marine

The aquaMeasure BGA measures blue-green algae, temperature and tilt in real time. BG algae are a bacterium that grows in both fresh and marine water ecosystems. In aquaculture environments, signs of BG Algae are not always visible and blooms can quickly lead to disaster. Negative effects can include low dissolved oxygen and the production of toxins, which can lead to high levels of mortality.

Phycocyanin (Freshwater)
Optical Back-Scatter Based [0 – 4500 ppb]

Phycoerythrin (Marine)
Optical Back-Scatter Based [0 – 750 ppb]

Temperature
-5° C to 35° C

Tilt
0-180 degrees

Memory
64 MB flash

Depth
Up to 100 meters

aquaMeasure TURB

The aquaMeasure Turbidity measures turbidity, temperature and tilt in real time. Turbidity is most often the result of suspended particles of solid matter in marine environments. If water is turbid, it appears cloudy. Turbidity is an important factor in water quality because increased levels of turbidity raise water temperatures, which can be harmful to biomass and affect fish feeding behavior and welfare.

Turbidity
Optical Back-Scatter Based [0 – 1500 NTU]

Temperature
-5° C to 35° C

Tilt
0-180 degrees

Memory
64 MB flash

Depth
Up to 100 meters

aquaMeasure CHLA

The aquaMeasure CHLA measures chlorophyll, temperature and tilt in real time. Measuring chlorophyll in water is important in order to estimate levels of phytoplankton. If high levels of chlorophyll are detected, it signifies high levels phytoplankton in the water. In aquaculture the size of the biomass and possible pollutants entering the water can have a major impact on macronutrients and phytoplankton biomass.

Chlorophyll
Optical Back-Scatter Based [0 – 500 µg/L]

Temperature
-5° C to 35° C

Tilt
0-180 degrees

Memory
64 MB flash

Depth
Up to 100 meters

aquaMeasure CDOM

The aquaMeasure CDOM/FDOM measures colored (or chromophoric) dissolved organic matter, fluorescent dissolved organic matter, temperature and tilt in real time. CDOM is a naturally occurring matter that consumes UV light in water. CDOM in part will fluoresce when it absorbs light of a certain spectrum and become FDOM. Aquaculture sites close to human influences such as logging, agriculture, effluent discharge and wetland drainage can be subject to varying levels of CDOM/FDOM, making it crucial to measure both parameters continuously and in real time.

CDOM/FDOM
Optical Back-Scatter Based [0 – 1500 ppb]

Temperature
-5° C to 35° C

Tilt
0-180 degrees

Memory
64 MB flash

Depth
Up to 100 meters