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TRIAXYS Wave & Current Buoy
Provides continuous wave sampling, support for any telemetry, up to 10Hz motion sampling and up to 32GB of data logging capacity.
Power is derived from 4 rechargeable batteries connected to solar panels.
Standard mooring configurations are specially designed for wave buoys to allow unrestricted motions.
A variety of telemetry options are available, including radio, satellite and cellular.
TRIAXYS have been deployed in waters from 5 to 1500 meters.
The TRIAXYS g3 sensor is used to measure platform motion, waves, and directional wave spectra.
The TRIAXYS g3 sensor uses accelerometers and rates gyros to measure motion on same six degrees of freedom and a flux-gate compass to provide direction. The embedded WatchMan500 controller applies algorithms to the motion data to resolve wave statistics and spectra data.
The TRIAXYS™ Wave and Current Buoy measures both directional waves and a 3D water column profile of ocean currents in real time.
All the capabilities listed for the TRIAXYS Directional Wave Buoy plus:
Uses industry leading Nortek Aquadopp and Teledyne RDI Workhorse ADCPs
Modular design allows for ADCP swapping and easy replacement.
ADCP provides current speed & direction from user configurable sample periods in up to 128 layers of the water column.
Real-time data and excellent velocity range (0-5m/s, 0-10m/s)
The TRIAXYS Directional Wave Buoy is a precision instrument incorporating advanced technologies that make it an easy to use, reliable and rugged buoy for accurate measurement of directional waves.
University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada
Fiskaaling on the Faroe Islands
Dimar in Bogotá, Colombia
Northport in Ruakaka, New Zealand
Van Oord in Rotterdam, Netherlands
Telemetry can be configured for a buoy at sea through a software change in the office.
Clients can select dual-primary telemetry to extend operational capabilities while lowering overall expenditure.
It uses the powerful WatchMan500 controller to provide onboard data processing, data logging, telemetry & diagnostic/setup routines.
Batteries last around 5 years and have an inexpensive replacement cost.
An innovative power regulator optimizes use of solar power for battery recharging and prevents over-charging.
Wave & Current data collected from the TRIAXYS with Currents will inform the decision to construct & operate salmon farming equipment in the open ocean.
Precise measurement of waves & currents gives ship operators critical information to accurately control the motion and position of the ships.
Wave & Current buoys provide resource assessment data that enable researchers to understand potential wave energy at specific sites.
Wave and current data enables forecasters to disseminate accurate & timely environmental information to the public and other stakeholders.
Real time wave data is fed into Dynamic Under Keel Clearance software to allow port operators to manage the logistics of vessel traffic within the port.