The ICC clamps to the jacketed mooring wire, and makes electrical connection with the Inductive Modem Module (IMM) or Surface Inductive Modem (SIM) via a cable housed in reinforced-rubber conduit. The conduit’s upper end is fixed to the buoy hull with the provided clamps. The conduit/cable must be long enough to prevent buoy motion from pulling it completely straight and putting tension on the ICC.
Servicing, Calibration and Support
Imbros’ local engineering department can service, repair and calibrate your instrument without expensive shipping costs or wait times.