Lowell Instruments strives to help scientists, engineers and other curious people achieve their research goals by providing reliable, easy to use and affordable instrumentation.

Where are our products used?



Learn how researchers are using our instruments in the field:

Coral Reefs in the Florida Keys

NOAA researchers are using tilt current meters to study temperature and water flow for thriving coral reef habitats.

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Hydrothermal Vents in Mid-Ocean Ridges

Lowell Instruments' sensors were used in WHOI/MISO loggers to understand fluid dynamics in hydrothermal vent systems.

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Cenotes in the Yucatan Penninsula, Mexico

Cave diving scientists discover methane and other dissolved organic carbon form the foundation of an underwater food web.

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Costa Rica Margin Expedition

WHOI's Alvin submersible deployed several tilt current meters to aid in the study of methane seeps in the ocean floor.

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Falmouth Technology Park

We moved!

As of July 1, our new offices will be located at Falmouth Technology Park. We are excited to move into a bigger space with room to grow. The building is a shared workspace with the potential for collaboration with other small marine technology companies.  Contact us if you would like to visit us at our new location.

Our mailing address will remain the same but our physical location will be:

82 Technology Park 
East Falmouth, MA 02536




2019 Research Grant Awardees

Congratulations to our 2019 Research Grant awardees: Emily Chua @FulweilerLab, Jarrod Knauff (Michigan State University), and Blair Johnson @blairajohnson. We had a terrific response for our first year running the program.  It was a tough decision but we narrowed it down to our top three applications.  We encourage applicants to continue applying as we plan to continue the program next year. Updates and application stories will be added as our meters get out in the field so stay tuned.


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