Establish Direct Communication with a CB-x50 Buoy

    Sometimes it is desirable to connect a CB-iSIC directly to the PC for configuration, setup, testing, and troubleshooting. This can be accomplished with the included UW-USB-232P-NP cable. Connect the CB-iSIC to the PC by plugging the USB cable into the CB-iSIC’s COM port. The RTU module will need to be disconnected. Power the iSIC-CB by […]

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    Mounting CB-CCA Cage Clamp

    Overview The CB-CCA cage clamp accessory securely connects an instrument cage to the frame of a CB-Series data buoy system and prevents rotation or loosening of the cage. What’s Included (1) Cage security bracket (2) End plates (1) ¾” bolt, 4-½”, with pinhole (3) ¾” bolts, 4-½” (1) ¾” castle nut (3) ¾” nuts (4) […]

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    Securing Devices to Sensor Mooring Line

    Devices may be secured to 3/16″ vinyl-coated stainless steel mooring lines using MC-600 Instrument Mooring Clamps. 1. Identify the location on the mooring line where the clamp will be placed. Note: The clamp/sensor assembly should be positioned so that there is slack in the sensor cable when the instrument is secured. The entire weight of the assembly […]

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    CB-Series Data Buoy Mooring and Deployment

    This section contains only general information on the available mooring options for CB-series data buoys. To develop an effective mooring strategy, a variety of application-specific criteria must be thoroughly reviewed prior to deployment. Adverse weather conditions, water level fluctuations, currents and wave action, debris loads, and other factors can cause entanglement of mooring lines, submersion […]

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    CB-Series Data Buoy Ballast Weight & Stability

    To prevent overturning of a CB-series buoy system and to ensure that it is stable in the water, ballast weight may be needed. The center of gravity of the buoy is somewhere near the water surface without instruments connected. Any weight added above the water surface must be appropriately counterbalanced by adding ballast weight below […]

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    CB-Series Data Buoy Wiring & Device Connections

    NexSens CB-Series data buoys (CB-150, CB-450, CB-650, CB-950, CB-1250 and CB-1450) consist of a buoy hull with internal data well and lid with solar panel assembly. The data well lid is available with the option to be wired with an integrated NexSens iSIC data logger (part number iSIC-CB) or to be provided with pass-through fittings […]

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    Securing Devices to Buoy Cage

    Devices may be secured to the buoy cage using neoprene rubber strips, cable ties and CM-600 Cage Mount clamps.   1. Begin by cutting a strip to fit the mount clamp and place it on the side that will sit on the cage. Locate where the mount clamp will go and set it in place. […]

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    Warranty & Service

    NexSens Technology, Inc. warrants products against defects in materials or workmanship for a period of 12 months from the date of delivery to the original customer. This warranty is limited to the replacement or repair of such defects, without charge, when the product is returned to NexSens Technology, Inc. Damage due to accidents, misuse, tampering, […]

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