The SeaBat 7160 provides an unbeatable combination of range, resolution, portability and powerful features.
The SeaBat 7160 transducer array is comprised of linear receive and transmit arrays mounted together on a support base. The T-shaped array geometry provides the basis for a compact, high-resolution sonar which is easily installed for portable or hull mounts – a first for a high-resolution system in this frequency range. The system features a pitch-stabilized transmitter and an active roll compensated receiver.
Performance enhancements over the SeaBat 8160 include the addition of 512 high density equi-distant beams, variable swath coverage, beam uncertainty measurement, water column data and many other efficiency enhancing features.
The new SeaBat 8125-H combines the 8125’s celebrated sonar head with an advanced data processor. Using 256 dynamically focused receive beams, the SeaBat 8125-H cuts a 120-degree swath across the seafloor. The result? Sea-floor detection is reliable, depth resolution is a crisp 6mm, and you can view backscatter intensity in real time on the sonar display.
The 8125-H’s advanced autopilot makes sure you cut the right swath first time every time, so you can focus on your survey data. And roll stabilisation enables you to complete your survey in inclement weather with no loss of accuracy.
For ROV deployment, you can optimise the 8125-H’s high-speed data uplink with a fibre-optic interface.
The T20-P family is built on scalable next generation technology with the flexibility to evolve alongside your business. The T20-P is perfectly suited for small survey platforms through to larger vessels, where portability is demanded, covering a wide range of survey applications and tasks. Built-in, configurable features–such as high-density beams with multiple detection capabilities, water column and intelligent automation–deliver highly accurate data that can be easily and quickly analyzed, according to your specific needs.
- Standard Beams 256
- Max Beams 512 (option)
- Real Time Pipe Detection and Tracking(Optional)
- Multi-Detect (Optional)
- Water Column Visualisation
- Selectable Beam Density
- Tracker (Automation)
- SeaBat User Interface
- X-Range (Optional)
Designed to provide real-time velocity data to flat array type mulibeam systems, the small size and rugged construction of the Digibar V means it can easily be mounted near the sonar head. Sound velocity is derived using the time of flight measurement method and is accurate to within +/- 0.2 m/sec.
- Adjustable output format, update and baud rates
- Compact and easy to install
- Connection via single underwater cable that both supplies power and returns velocity data
Our unique digital time of flight technology gives unmatched performance figures, with signal noise an order of magnitude better than any other sensor. The miniSVS is available in a selection of configurations and with optional pressure or temperature sensors. There are a variety of sizes to suit many applications. miniSVS - still the most accurate sound velocity sensor in the world. Nothing else comes close.
The next generation of sound velocity sensor. Redesigned from the connector up, the UltraSV offers a truly smart and exchangeable sound velocity sensor without compromise.