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FEB 2017

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50 st / February 2017 www.sea-technology.com Stainless Steel Disc Couplings Whether in the drives of ship propel- lers, mobile platforms or tidal power plants, the high-performance and ro- bust ROBA-DS disk pack couplings are suited for operations in extreme environmental conditions at sea. They received the approval of DNV GL for high quality and reliability. Chr. Mayr GmbH & Co. KG. The SAR-1 search and recovery, metal detector is specifically designed for military, law enforcement and public safety dive teams to locate metallic ob- jects in low visibility. The detector has a streamlined design with no external wires or cables and uses visual LED lights and vibration target indicators. JW Fishers Mfg. Inc. Profiling Float Controller The new core of the APEX, the APF-11, accommodates up to eight sensors as well as conductivity, temperature and depth (CTD) sensors, enabling configu- ration of profiling floats that meet cus- tom scientific requirements. Sensors measure dissolved oxygen concen- tration, chlorophyll fluorescence and particulate backscatter. Teledyne Webb Research. Digital Control Console With a clean, new design and fewer connectors and lighter weight, the Phantom NIS-300 is designed specifi- cally for all existing and new Phantom P-150 and Firefly ROV systems. It in- cludes real-time diagnostics, which can be serviced and upgraded remote- ly. Deep Ocean Engineering Inc. Monitoring Application A new carbon dioxide monitoring, reporting and verification application has been developed for the K-Fleet suite of marine fleet management soft- ware. Automating the CO 2 calculations and report generation reduces the bur- den for crews to ensure they meet the new environmental regulations that go into effect in 2018. Kongsberg Mari- time A/S. product development For more information on any of these products, visit our website at www.sea-technology.com/products Providing a safe release of up to 1,300 lb. instantly with a push button, the TR3AC uses an electric solenoid to push the release lever open from with- in the device. Manual release is also available via a pull on the release lan- yard. McMillan Design Inc. Near Real-Time Data Processor CARIS Onboard 1.1 enables users to process data in near real time, result- ing in minimized data conversion and processing times. New features include incorporating SIPS Backscatter engine and the ability to compute GPS Tide. Teledyne CARIS. Hydraulic Compensator Range The Advanced series, based on the Hyco Range, incorporates more than 15 years of experience and field feed- back. It is meant for heavy-duty subsea hydraulic systems, such as subsea ve- hicles and dredging systems. Seatools B.V. Subsea Display Monitors AQUAdisp has up to 16 parameters that can be displayed over four screens. Data can also be presented graphically on 16 graphs, displaying the last 33 values. Low-power technology means it can stay on all the time. Aquatec Group Ltd. GNSS Receiver Firmware 5.1.0 firmware for the PolaRx5 product line brings new features for file man- agement, usability, security and seis- mic monitoring. It includes greater log- ging efficiency and storage integrity to Underwater Metal Detector Electric Sea Catch FOLLOW SEA TECHNOLOGY ON.. . twitter.com/SeaTechnology

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