MGB-Tech has a range of products aimed at the calculation, visualization and distribution of water quality parameters. We are a distributor of the Eureka water probes that support a wide range of parameters. We have solutions for installing multiparameter probes on various locations. Whether you  want to install the probe  riverside, on a buoy, seafloor frame or quaywall, we have a set of hardware and software products to interface the probe and provide real-time measurements to your vessels, offices or cloud based solutions.


Depending on the location, power and use case you can select one of the options below to interface your multiparameter probe

TARI Controller

We have a modular highly integrated controller that gives you the power to interface up to two multi parameter probes per module. This module is part of our TARI product range intended to be installed in harsh power restricted environments. The controller handles the measurement intervals, calculates averages and means depending on the selected parameters.

  • UHF, GPRS and IRIDIUM telemetry
  • Two multi parameter probe inputs
  • Low power consumption
  • 4GB logging SD-CARD
  • Mean or averages can be calculated


We have a range of buoy hardware products that allow the interfacing of multi parameter probes on the buoy or on the seafloor. Both setups are designed for real-time telemetry purposes. The buoy body is equiped with measurement tubes that allow for the easy installation and maintenance of the probes.


  • UHF, GPRS and IRIDIUM telemetry
  • Low power consumption
  • 4GB logging SD-CARD
  • Mean or averages can be calculated


We have a range of buoy hardware products that allow the interfacing of multiparameter probes on the seafloor.


  • Multiparameter probe  is connected to the TARI SCF1 seafloor controller
  • Works on two TARI SFB1 battery packs (+- 6 months operation depending measurement interval / installed parameter sensor )
  • All measurements are stored on the SFC1 internal SD-card
  • Real-time data telemetry to the surface buoy through inductive modem technology
  • The buoy in equiped with a TARI BUOY module
  • Mean or averages can be calculated


  • UHF, GPRS and IRIDIUM telemetry
  • Low power consumption
  • 4GB logging SD-CARD


Tendo is our software solution that handles the data visualization part of our ecosystem. Aside from the real-time data, it handles predictions to combine in your graphs and other visualisations. You can perform automatic Quality Control on your measurements and send mails when you an alarm is triggered. Tendo can handle a virtually unlimited number of multiparameter probes.

There are multiple ways how the multi parameter measurements can reach Tendo:

  • You can directly interface an unlimited amount of probes directly to the Tendo computer or via an serial to ethernet converter (e.g. MOXA solution).
  • The multiparameter data can be received in real-time over one of the telemetry paths
    • The data can be received over UHF
    • The data can be received via our TREX DataExchange platform


Key Tendo ADCP features

  • Interface a virtual limitless number of ADCP sensors
  • Calculates direction and velocity per bin
  • Extracts Pitch / Roll / Heading of the ADCP
  • Extracts Water temperature

You can run Tendo in the cloud, or on premise.

We have prepared two Tendo station offerings to cover your on premise/on ship needs



Our wave measurement solutions have multiple telemetry options that can be used simultaneously to provide redundancy in your telemetry. Our Tendo based products can handle the reception of data from multiple telemetry paths and merge them gracefully. This is done in such a way that the end-user has the data he needs when he needs it in a transparent manner. This ecosystem feature reduces the risk of relying on a single telemetry path.


A private UHF channel has many advantages and deserves a spot in your telemetry solution. You dont have to rely on an ISP or other service providers to keep your systems running. UHF radio’s have a few draw backs that our ecosystem tackles with implementing TIME SLOTTED UHF. First off all, the UHF channel is in most situations a random access system. When two devices try to send something at the same time, they interfere each other and no data gets trought at all. In many implementations this data is just lost permanently. Another drawback of the UHF system is its limited throughput. The products of our ecosystem give you the option to declare time slots and asign these time slots to devices. Thanks to this feature only one device is transmitting at a time and optimal usage of the available bandwith is achieved.