Need to add a wave sensor to your equipment?
The Brizo Directional Wave Height Sensor utilizes Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) to measure wave statistics. Since the Brizo uses GNSS to calculate its heading, no calibration is required. The sensor is housed in a robust enclosure for rough environments. The sensor runs autonomously and can record data to SD cards, output over RS-232 or send messages over one of the embedded telemetry options available.
Wave Statistics: Significant Wave Height, Max Wave Height, Dominant Wave Period, Dominant Wave Direction, Wave Spread (These are frequently used wave stats but not a complete list).
Brizo - Wave motion sensor using GPS and GLONASS, L1&L2 signals designed to store data internally, or interface with an external datalogger. Includes power cable, RF cable, GNSS antenna, USB cable, serial cable.
Brizo-I - Includes Iridium communications on Brizo, Iridium modem and antenna
Brizo-C - Includes cellular communications on Brizo, cellular modem and antenna
- Measure both wave height & direction
- Wave Motion Sensor using GPS and GLONASS, L1 & L2 Signals
- Internal Logger
- Cellular Module for data transmission
- Iridium SBD Module for unlimited range & ocean-wide coverage
- Measures significant wave height, maximum wave height, dominant wave period, dominant wave direction and wave spread