MERITSUN Lithium Battery Supply For Marine Monitoring System
With the continuous development and utilization of marine resources, marine scientific research and technology development have also developed rapidly. As an important part of marine science and technology, marine environmental monitoring technology provides comprehensive and multi-level marine data for marine scientific research, marine environmental monitoring, resource exploration, and marine disaster warning. It is responsible for marine economic development, marine environmental protection, and protection of human life. Property security is also very important. The marine monitoring system is an important part of marine monitoring technology. It is mainly composed of marine stations, marine monitoring buoys, marine satellites and ocean surveying ships, and marine power supply systems.
The historical task of meteorological measurement from land to ocean is in front of us; only terrestrial meteorological measurements are far from enough. Marine meteorology often seriously affects and dominates the meteorological and even global meteorological conditions. Therefore, what is the direct access to marine meteorological data important.
However, the shallow sea surface meteorological and full-water deep hydrological fixed-point observations and real-time back-transmission of data have always been one of the difficulties in ocean observation. Therefore, the power supply system applied to this device is also a difficult problem.
The research team of the National Oceanographic Research Institute and the Climate Research Center successfully developed the shallow-sea buoy. The system cooperated with MERUTSUN Energy in solar lithium (LiFePO4) batteries for marine monitor applications, further enhancing the national shallow seawater and meteorological observations. The ability to provide real technical support for the real-time monitoring of shallow oceans and the accuracy of ocean forecasting.
The buoy can not only observe sea surface temperature, air pressure, wind speed and direction, relative humidity, rainfall, long wave and short wave radiation, but also inductively coupled transmission technology to collect marine elements such as sea surface temperature, salinity and dissolved oxygen in real time. . The collected field data can be sent to the shore station in real time through the comet, for real-time processing and sharing.
The 12V 208Ah solar lithium (LiFePO4) battery of the marine monitor developed by the MERITSUN is a green and high energy system with GPRS/WIFI access, charged by solar resources, high end and water resistant design, its service life can be up to 20 years.
The MERITSUN Solar Lithium (LiFePO4) Battery