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Revision as of 13:35, 21 June 2016

microAural

Manufacturer: Multi Electronique
Measurement Category: Acoustic Noise, Ship Monitoring, Animal Monitoring
Operating Environment: Underwater
Version(s): Depth: 300 m
Communication Protocol: Internal Logging, USB
Operating Mode: Stand Alone
Power Supply Type: Battery
Power Specification: Battery



Description

The µAURAL is an underwater acoustic recording device for any application (marine mammal monitoring, ice cracking, boats, etc.) that requires continuous underwater sound recording. Powered by a rechargeable NiMH battery pack that provides up to 300 hours of autonomy by charge. Uses an HTI-96-MIN hydrophone. Programmable recording mode. Magnetic switch to activate.


Instrument Measurements

  • Sound Pressure Level (Sound Pressure)
  • Presence (Animal Detection)
  • Vocalization (Animal Detection)
  • Vocalization (Animal Identification)
  • Local Presence less than 10km (Ship Detection)

Measurement Specifications
Frequency Response: 2 Hz to 30 kHz


Optional Sensors

No optional sensors provided. Please add sensors.


Guides and Manuals

Product Web Page: http://www.multi-electronique.com/uaural.html



Notes, Considerations & Recommendations

No notes have been provided. If you have worked with this instrument, please contribute your notes.


User Experience

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