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M15 Wide Band Omni-directional Hydrophone for Marine ObservationThe M15 by GeoSpectrum Technologies Inc. is a high-sensitivity, medium-frequency, omni-directional hydrophone designed for marine observation. It comes with a pre-amplified output of 0 to 35 dB (selectable on order) with current or voltage signalling.

The M15 comes standard with a male 8-pin micro bulkhead connector from Subconn.

Download each products’ specification sheet for more information or contact GeoSpectrum directly with your inquiries.

M15-360

The M15-360 is capable of deployments to 1000 metres depth. Download the spec sheet for more information.

M15 Wide Band Omni-directional Hydrophone for Marine Observation

icon_PDFDownload the M15-360 Hydrophone Specification Sheet


M15-900


The M15-900 is capable of deployments to 900 metres depth. Download the spec sheet for more information.

M15 Wide Band Omni-directional Hydrophone for Marine Observation

icon_PDFDownload the M15-900 Hydrophone Specification Sheet

Characteristics
Nominal Voltage Sensitivity (without preamp) -190 dBV re 1 µPa @ 20°C
Size 7.8” length, 1.3” max OD
Depth Rating 1000 m / 900 m
Storage and Operating Temperatures -40 to +70°C
Labelling Calibration parameters, serial number, date
Connector MCBH-8M
Pre-Amplifier
Preamp signalling Current or voltage (selectable on order)
Gain 0 – 35 dB (selectable on order)
Input Voltage 6.8 VDC nominal
4.5 – 30 VDC operating range
Band Pass 20 Hz HPF, no LPF installed
(unless otherwise specified)
IRN <30 nV/√Hz @10 Hz
<4 nV/√Hz @1 kHz
Current Draw 1.3 mA (at 6.8 VDC)
4.2 mA with current signalling preamp

M15 Frequency Response (without preamp)

M15 Frequency Response (without preamp)


Please contact us for further details or to discuss your specific needs.

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