How To: BioSonics DT-X Field Calibration Check
BioSonics Data Specialist, Brian Moore offers a step-by-step demonstration on how to perform a field calibration check for the BioSonics DT-X Scientific Echo Sounder.
For accurate and repeatable quantitative measurements of fish and other aquatic resources, proper and periodic calibration of your echo sounder system is necessary when using hydroacoustic techniques such as echo integration and target tracking.
We offer calibration services for BioSonics scientific echo sounder systems using a reference-standard transducer in our hydroacoustic calibration facility. We provide our clients with the calibration results which include: Source Level (SL), Receive Sensitivity (RS), transducer beam pattern (i.e., circular or elliptical), and side-lobe characteristics.
The BioSonics service and repair team aims to provide prompt, reliable repair services for all BioSonic customers. We also maintain a complete inventory of rental echo sounder system components, which can be quickly configured and shipped to our clients to prevent costly project down-time.
BioSonics’ products are warranted to be free of defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one year from date of purchase. BioSonics’ standard warranty includes repair of any such defect when the equipment is properly shipped prepaid to BioSonics for warranty service.