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  • General purpose hydrophone

    • Ultra low noise internal amplifier
    • Designed for a wide variety of underwater acoustic measurements
    • Manufactured in ISO 9001 facility
  • Ultra low-noise wide band hydrophone

    The H507A wide band (10 Hz to 100 kHz) hydrophone is a very small, high-sensitivity device incorporating an ultra-low noise preamplifier (-166 dB re 1V/√Hz at 10 kHz) and a circuit for the insertion of an electrical calibration signal. In addition, the preamplifier can drive up to 200 meters of cable. The sensor and amplifier are electrostatically shielded and molded in hydrolytically stable, void free polyurethane.
    • Small size
    • High sensitivity
    • Electrostatically shielded
  • Low-frequency vector sensor

    Wilcoxon’s vector sensors measure the acoustic pressure and particle acceleration in three orthogonal axes. These four sensing elements are located in a single housing with a common acoustic phase center. The four channels of the vector sensor, when combined, produce a cardioid directivity pattern which provides approximately 4.8 dB improvement in the signal to noise ratio over a traditional omni-directional pressure sensor. In addition, engineering sensors are embedded within the housing and, when combined with acoustic sensors, can provide a bearing to the target.
    • Three orthogonal axis accelerometers and one omni-directional hydrophone
    • Preamplifier and differential output
    • Micro-controller with RS485 link
    • Power management capability
  • Mid-frequency vector sensor

    Wilcoxon’s vector sensors measure the acoustic pressure and particle acceleration in three orthogonal axes. These four sensing elements are located in a single housing with a common acoustic phase center. The four channels of the vector sensor, when combined, produce a cardioid directivity pattern which provides approximately 4.8 dB improvement in the signal to noise ratio over a traditional omni-directional pressure sensor. In addition, engineering sensors are embedded within the housing and, when combined with acoustic sensors, can provide a bearing to the target.
    • Three orthogonal axis accelerometers and one omni-directional hydrophone
    • Preamplifier and differential output
    • Micro-controller with RS485 link
    • Power management capability
  • Low- frequency vector sensor

    Wilcoxon’s vector sensors measure the acoustic pressure and particle acceleration in three orthogonal axes. These four sensing elements are located in a single housing with a common acoustic phase center. The four channels of the vector sensor, when combined, produce a cardioid directivity pattern which provides approximately 4.8 dB improvement in the signal to noise ratio over a traditional omni-directional pressure sensor. In addition, engineering sensors are embedded within the housing and, when combined with acoustic sensors, can provide a bearing to the target.
    • Three orthogonal axis accelerometers and one omni-directional hydrophone
    • Preamplifier and differential output
    • Micro-controller with RS485 link
    • Power management capability