Washington Shelf Surface Mooring

Reference Designator
CE07SHSM
Array Name
Coastal Endurance
Description
A Surface Mooring is a type of mooring that contains a surface buoy floating on the sea surface and instruments located at fixed depths through the water column. The surface buoy provides a platform on which to secure surface instruments, allowing for the collection of data in the air and in the water, as well as an antenna to transmit data to shore via satellite.
Latitude
46.986
Longitude
-124.566
Min Depth
0
Max Depth
87
Deployment Cruise Start Date Stop Date Mooring Asset Node Asset Sensor Asset Latitude Longitude Deployment Depth Water Depth
1 OC1503D 04/15/2015 09/23/2015 CGMCE-07SHSM-00001 46.9861 -124.566
2 OC1510A 10/13/2015 05/13/2016 CGMCE-07SHSM-00002 46.9875 -124.569
3 TN-342 05/05/2016 09/27/2016 CGMCE-07SHSM-00003 46.9895 -124.569
4 AT37-03 09/20/2016 04/13/2017 CGMCE-07SHSM-00004 46.9859 -124.566
5 SKQ201704S 04/11/2017 10/06/2017 CGMCE-07SHSM-00005 46.9882 -124.567
6 SKQ201715S 10/03/2017 CGMCE-07SHSM-00006 46.9852 -124.564
Metadata Start Date End Date Comment
CE07SHSM
Deployment: 6
Asset: CGMCE-07SHSM-00006
Status: Open Issue
11/2/17 4/2/18

CE07SHSM no longer able to recharge batteries (PSC)

The mooring stopped receiving power from photo voltaic panel #1 of 4 on Nov-2. By Nov-20, the mooring stopped receiving power from two more solar panels (PV2 & PV4) and one of two wind turbines (WT2). This indicates the Power System Controller (PSC) they connect to is failing. Mooring components will be shut down as the mooring loses the ability to recharge its batteries.

By Mike Smith, on 12/6/17
Redmine Issue #12965

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