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Leading manufacturer of autonomous underway measurement systems (FerryBox) for pCO2 and other parameters. From ultra-compact instruments to complete rack systems.
Leading manufacturer of subsea & UPS, ROV and AUV batteries. Various application areas, ranging from marine research and monitoring to offshore industrial oil and gas projects.
Leading manufacturer of autonomous underway measurement systems (FerryBox) for pCO2 and other parameters. From complete rack systems to compact and lightweight analyzers.
Our fully approved high-efficiency Li-Ion batteries guarantee high-reliability AND high-safety for your AUVs, ROVs or offshore subsea Oil+Gas applications. We offer qualifications according to API17F, MIL-STD, UN T38.3, DNV-GL and others.
Standardized underway (“FerryBox”) and subsea measurement systems enable you to investigate any parameter at any place and in any depth of the ocean. We produce optical CO2 analyzers with autocalibration according to SOCAT standard.
Technical Sales & Support
Thank you for tremendous responsive support, we really appreciate the amazing customer service.
We are happy with the system from Subctech!
Benchmark from their system is pCO2 – auto calibration one time per day to get co2 data in SOCAT with quality flag A
No manual intervention what so ever > 1 amp at 26 volts of consumption – ideally not more than half amp
Customers are satisfied with SubCtech’s service a lot. What they expected from OceanPack AUMS is one of the most important fundamental parameters
Shipping of an offshore monitoring system: 8 Li-Ion BigJim batteries & special construction for monitoring devices were shipped out, today!Order completed within <1 month!
During the last days of Vendée Globe Race, Boris Herrmann (Seaexplorer – Yacht Club de Monaco) talks about the race for science. As his racing yacht
SubCtech is happy to announce, that one more sailing project had been recognized for its commitment in sustainable ocean observation. The project “Iodysseus” (by skipper Eric