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Welcome to the Wiki of the University of Hawaii's ALOHA Cabled Observatory Project (ACO). This site is a repository for all the project's notes and documentation.

To reach the new index page, please click here: Index2

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Contents

ACO Project Overview

ACO Construction

ACO Schematics

ACO Data Management

System Configuration

Equipment

Equipment used for Data Management
HIG319
Makaha Equipment

Metadata

Software

Documentation about the Software used for ACO

ACO Instruments

Axis Video Camera

Axis Video Camera

SBE-37

Sea-Bird Microcat SBE-37

SBE-39

Sea-Bird Inductive Thermistors SBE-39IM

SBE-52

Pumped Sea-Bird CTD SBE-52MP with Oxygen Sensor

SBE-IMM

Sea-Bird Inductive Modem Module SBE-IMM

FLNTU

Serial WETLabs Combination Fluorometer Turbidity sensor FLNTU

FLNTU_IM

Inductive WETLabs Combination Fluorometer Tubidity sensor FLNTU_IM

Sontek-ADP

Sontek Acoustic Doppler Profiler Sontek-ADP

Pressure Sensor

Paroscientific, Inc. 410K-101 Digiquartz

TAAM Mooring

TAAM Mooring Design Documents

WHOI_Micromodem

WHOI_Micromodem

ACO Network

Network Design

Network Devices

  • Network_devices
  • Configuration of the two Observatory Digi PortServer TS 4s devices as of 20110127. The following files show the results of set config, set auth, set lines, and set ports commands. These are the only command used to date with these devices. PS_TS4_Config
  • IP_migration

ALOHA-MARS

Seafloor SIIM

HAW-4

Deployment 2011

Schedule

Makai Pier Testing

Deployment Planning

Deployment Cruise Plan - KM1116


Equipment Lab Testing

  • Cable testing results. Cable assemblies 103-1-103-8, 109, and 111. The file shows "cat-eye" oscilloscope patterns for each cable, one plot for "RX" and one plot for "TX." 20110126 cables cat eyes.pdf Here is one plot.

103-1-RX 20110126 cables cat eyes small.jpg

The fact that there is clear white space between the three levels indicates that all "symbols" can be decoded unambiguously. These cables should have no trouble passing ethernet. Other tests will check for throughput, margin, etc.

Shipboard Network

Emergency Contact (secure)

Contact List (secure)