Rowe Technologies, Inc. is a private company with headquarters in Poway, California, USA, that
was founded in 2009 by Fran Rowe, the originator of the Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) and founder of Teledyne RDI.
Rowe Technologies employs a highly experienced and innovative staff to design, develop, and manufacture high quality Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCP) and Doppler Velocity Logs (DVL) for current profiling and vehicle velocity measurements in oceans, lakes and rivers.
Self Contained (battery powered) ADCP
The Rowe Technologies SeaWATCH product family is the most versatile self-contained Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCPs) and represent the industry state-of-the-art in acoustic Doppler technology. The compact form factor, powerful electronics and robust signal processing, provide a versatile platform capable of producing precise current profile measurements over extended ranges.
Direct Read (shore powered) ADCP
The SeaPROFILER ADCPs are well suited for real-time current profiling applications such as coastal monitoring, where a bottom-mounted or surface-deployed configuration is used with a hard-wired communications and power source. The ability for the SeaPROFILER to also track the bottom allows it to be used in moving boat applications as well.
River Discharge ADCP
The Rowe RiverQ discharge measuring system consists of a direct reading Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) integrated into an unpowered trimaran hull. ADCP data is streamed in real time from the trimaran, using spread spectrum radios, to riverbank and the end user’s laptop utilizing DP Pro discharge software. The Trimaran comes with a 12V rechargeable battery that powers the direct read ADCP and the radios.
Waves and Currents ADCP
The Rowe Technologies SeaWAVE ADCP simultaneously measures wave spectra, wave direction, and complete current profiles for every ping. The SeaWAVE can also measure current profiles during the wave burst interval, so you can get full velocity profile coverage during your deployment. The SeaWAVE uses both a vertical beam and a pressure sensor to accurately measure range to the surface. The vertical beam functions similar to an inverted echo sounder providing more accurate, higher frequency wave measurements.
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