The World’s Best Digital Hydrophone Gets Even Better

Ocean Sonics is excited to announce the release of the newest icListen HF Smart Hydrophone. The SC2-ETH follows the very popular SB2-ETH with its small size and smart electronics, setting the standard for smart digital hydrophones!

Key improvements: 

  • Low Power: Get longer deployments thanks to its lower power. Use as an Acoustic Recorder
  • Connect with 24 or 12 V: Use 24 V for best performance on longer cable runs. Short cables can use 12 V for highest battery efficiency
  • Large Memory: Double the data collected with the 256 GB internal memory. For even more memory, ask about the New Acoustic Digital Recorder.
  • Track Time Accurately even when the icListen is powered off. You can guarantee instrument time is accurate by connecting to your laptop, or to a GPS for Sync
  • Hydrodynamic Shape: Record higher quality data in flowing and turbulent water
  • Eliminate Electro Magnetic Noise from the power supply ‘hum’ even in challenging environments

Enjoy all the icListen features you currently enjoy and more. The SC2-ETH is fully compatible, and can be directly combined with other members of the icListen family.

Contact our Distributors or Ocean Sonics for pricing. Available for sale, September 2017.

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Testimonial
"We have been working with Ocean Sonics in our technology demonstration program since the first prototypes. Our science users have been very impressed with the very high quality data sets. Ocean Networks Canada is expanding our hydrophone network with Ocean Sonic icListen HF smart hydrophones across our observatory including new sites across coastal BC, as part of the Smart Oceans™ program. The compact size, Ethernet interface, high reliability and exceptional performance make these systems ideal for ocean observing applications such as mammal classification, vessel and ambient noise studies. "

Scott McLean,Director, Ocean Networks Canada Innovation Centre