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Devil XBT Progress and Status of the System with USB Interface. Alex Papij Marine Instrumentation Group Erik Madsen Marine Instrumentation Group Lindsay Pender Data Acquisition & Processing. 12 February 2005 CSIRO Marine Research. Partners CSIRO Marine Research &

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Devil xbt progress and status of the system with usb interface

Devil XBT Progress and Status of the System with USB Interface

Alex Papij

Marine Instrumentation Group

Erik Madsen

Marine Instrumentation Group

Lindsay Pender

Data Acquisition & Processing

12 February 2005

CSIRO Marine Research


Devil xbt project

Partners

CSIRO Marine Research

&

Australian Bureau of Meteorology

Devil XBT Project

Devil


Devil xbt project1

The Devil Project Objectives

Software to operate in a Windows 2000 & XP environment

Multi-platform network or single PC operation

Suitable for Ship of Opportunity Program (SOOP) use (non-expert)

Climatology overlay and other QC

Use existing Sippican launcher

Support for MK9 hardware (interim legacy)

New hardware using USB interface to PC

Long term maintenance support

Devil XBT Project

Devil


Devil xbt hardware

Where did we get to in 2003/2004?

2003 First Devil System

Devil XBT Hardware

Devil


Devil usb box

Hardware Crash!

Devil USB Box

November 2003

  • Completed prototype testing

  • Began planning first production run

  • Discovered the microprocessor chip became obsolete 3 months previously

December 2003

  • Selected a new microprocessor

February 2004

Devil


Devil usb box1

Hardware Restart

Devil USB Box

  • Commenced hardware and firmware redesign for a Second Devil

February 2004

December 2004

  • Second Devil prototype completed

January 2005

  • Sea trials

February 2005

  • 20 pre-production units

Devil


Devil xbt hardware1

Devil - new circuit board

Devil XBT Hardware

Second Devil > 2005

First Devil < 2004

Devil


Devil xbt hardware2

Devil Hardware Features

Plug n Play

Powered from USB port (no external power required)

Support for Seimac WildCat Argos transmitter

Same design principles as used in First Devil (including the constant thermistor power)

Field upgradable firmware

Devil XBT Hardware

Devil


Devil xbt hardware3

Devil Hardware Support

Devil XBT Simulatorcompatible with (MK12)

Devil XBT Junction Box (compatible with Sippican launchers & controllers)

Devil XBT Hardware

Devil


Devil xbt system

Devil Simple Setup

2005 Second Devil System

Devil XBT System

Devil


Devil xbt system1

Devil System Features

Graphical user interface

Overlayed global climatology

QC for bottom hit, wire stretch,wire break, climatology, noise

Internal calibration cycle prior toevery drop

Levels of password protection

Argos transmitter support,future Iridium support

Devil XBT System

Devil


Devil xbt system2

Devil – Architecture

Devil XBT System

Devil


Devil xbt system3

Devil – Interfaces for Developers

Devil XBT System

Devil


Sea trial results

Sea Trial Results

  • 2003 August

  • Research Vessel Southern Surveyor

  • First Devil vs Sea-Bird CTD

  • 2005 January

  • Research Vessel Southern Surveyor

  • Second Devil vs Sea-Bird CTD

Devil


Sea trial results1

Sea Trial Results

  • 2003 August

  • Research Vessel Southern Surveyor

  • First Devil vs Sea-Bird CTD

  • 2005 January

  • Research Vessel Southern Surveyor

  • Second Devil vs Sea-Bird CTD

Diff °C = XBT – CTD

Scale and Offset = linear correction to XBT depth in order to match CTD

Devil


Devil xbt future

Devil Plans

Trials and comparisons with CTD’s & Sippican MK12

Roll out of first 20 has begun and will complete in April 05

Plans for contract production of next 50 Devils underway

Devils to be sourced either from CSIRO or a commercial partner

Software support throughexisting CSIRO researchvessel infrastructure

Devil XBT Future

Devil


The tasmanian devil

The Tasmanian Devil

Devil


Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements

Assistance in development, testing and advice from:

Bob Beattie, CSIRORoss Hibbins, BoMWalter McLean, BoMDavid Marsden, BoMSupport from:

Australian Bureau of Meteorology


Thank you

Thank You

Contact CSIRO

Phone:+61 3 9545 2176Email:[email protected]:www.csiro.au

Contact

Alex PapijPhone:+61 3 6232 5230Email:[email protected]:www.marine.csiro.au


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