Flexible enough to use as an acoustic recorder, digital hydrophone, real-time acoustic event detector, or all three at once.
Small enough to carry in one hand, allowing you to deploy with smaller craft, or from autonomous vessels.
Smart enough to be combined into simple or complex digital hydrophone arrays.
|icListen HF||Broadband General Purpose||Up to 200 kHz|
|icListen AF||Audio & Very Low Frequency||Up to 12 kHz|
|icTalk HF||Smart Calibrated Projector||Up to 200 kHz|
|Battery Packs||Subsea, easy to use||Alkaline or Li Primary|
|Arrays||Hubs & Host Controllers|
|Cables||Extension and ‘Smart’||Up to 100 m|
Some Uses of the icListen
- Ocean Noise Measurement
- Pile Driving
- Marine Mammal Monitoring
- Ocean Observation
- Environmental Monitoring
- Offshore Energy Operations
- Marine Renewable Energy
- Tidal Energy
- Wave Energy
- Offshore Wind Farms
- Ocean Observatories
- Earthquake & Tsunami Monitoring
- Subsea Volcano Detection
- ROV’s & AUV’s
- Harbor Security
- Pipeline Leak Detection
- Fisheries Research
- Arctic Ice Monitoring
Are the Instruments Calibrated?
A purchase of any of our HF hydrophones includes a certificate of calibration (in-air from manufacturer and in-water from Ocean Sonics). We provide certificates of calibration (26 Hz in air, 10 to 200 kHz in water) for all our hydrophones, included in the purchase price. Low-frequency Hydrophones come with a calibration certificate (single point in air) and can be calibrated in water for an extra cost by Oceans Network Canada (ONC) or National Physical Laboratory (NPL).