- Battery: Rechargeable through solar panels. Back-up alkaline pack
- Weight: 12 Kg.
- Buoyancy: 7 litres.
- Operating temperature: -5 ºC to 40 ºC.
- Dimensions: According to drawing.
This small-sized buoy uses satellite transmission for being located and monitored. It is specially designed to be used as a lagrangian buoy in surface ocean dynamics studies.
- Reports data on: temperature, location, speed, course and battery level.
- Global coverage through Iridium satellite network.
- Flat rate communications.
- Marine Instrument’s Software MSB Scientific Buoys for the buoys monitoring, telecommand sending and changes on the operation modes.
- Its mushroom design minimizes the risk of being dragged by the wind.
- Good stability and buoyancy.
- The buoy has no external antenna. Undetectable to both the naked eye and radar.
- Unlimited battery life. Solar panels which provide it with an adequate battery level in normal insolation conditions. Pack of alkaline batteries as a back-up.
- Temperature sensor with accuracy of 0,2 ºC y resolution of 0,1ºC .
- Flash for location.
- DEEP WATER (Holeysock): 6-meter-long round segmented anchor. Its packing enables it to be easily and correctly thrown into water with the MLi buoy.
- SHALLOW WATER: Bi-plane anchor consisting of two 1.5-meter-depth panels.