Meet the RBRtridente fluorescence and backscatter sensor

September 28 | 11:00am EDT (GMT-4)

Join us as we introduce the RBRtridente, our new three-channel, high dynamic range, low-power optical sensor. 

Learn about the RBRtridente 

Measuring chlorophyll a, fDOM, and backscatter or turbidity just got easier.

  • Discover how the sensor achieves high sensitivity with very low power consumption.

  • Explore how the RBRtridente construction leads to reliable measurements in extreme conditions.

  • Learn how the sensor can easily integrate with other systems.


BONUS: Webinar attendees get a sneak peek at our new four-channel radiometer. Don't miss out!

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Who should attend?

Interested in easy-to-use, low-power sensors for multi-channel optical measurements?  This webinar is for you.

Can't make it live? No problem, register anyways and we'll send you a link to the recording. 

Want to learn more about measuring fDOM, chlorophyll a, and backscatter or turbidity?
Want to see what makes our multi-channel optical sensors different?
Do you have questions for the team that designed these sensors?

Meet your presenters

Greg Johnson, President

A familiar face in the oceanographic community, Greg has served as President of RBR for the last 12 years. His deep technical background and never-ending curiosity has allowed RBR to grow rapidly under his leadership. Greg is a natural teacher with a unique ability to make complex technical topics accessible to everyone. His PhD in Material Science from the University of Manchester complemented his Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from McGill University in Montreal.

Jon Taylor, Sensor Manager

Jon heads up the RBR sensor research and development team. He joined RBR in 2016 as a member of the technical support and service team before moving to R&D in 2018. This path has given him valuable insight into a variety of sensor applications, and the ability to describe sensor technology in the context of real-world deployments. Jon holds a master's degree in chemical and biological engineering.

Want to learn more about RBR instruments?

Since 1973, RBR has created instruments to measure the blue planet. From the ocean abyss to the polar ice cap, our sensors track water parameters - temperature, depth, salinity, dissolved gases, pH, and many others. Click below to browse our extensive line of oceanographic instruments. 

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