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FEB 2018

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www.sea-technology.com February 2018 | ST 41 Battery Analyzers Models BA6010 and BA6011 ana- lyzers provide auxiliary measure- ment parameters including induc- tance, capacitance, dissipation factor, impedance, reactance and phase angle in degrees and radians. Both work with battery chemistries that are responsive to a 1-kHz AC stimulus signal. B&K Precision. Magnetometer Detection System The Proton 5 system includes a 200-ft.-depth-rated towfish, 150 ft. of Kevlar tow cable and a topside control box. There is also an op- tional altimeter, USB data output and Tracker 3 mapping software. JW Fishers Mfg. Enhanced Current Profiling The Sentinel V acoustic Doppler current profiler supports data rates up to 16 Hz. It has an option for bottom tracking and utilities soft- ware to interface with the exist- ing VMDAS program and simplify vessel-mounted data applications. Teledyne RD Instruments. Professional Navigation Software TZ Professional combines a variety of navigational data into an inte- grated interface. Version 3.3 offers Furuno DFF3D multibeam sonar compatibility, FLIR M200 compat- ibility, Marport trawl positioning integration, marks and objects da- tabase optimization and import of OLEX tracks and marks. Timezero. Electronic Instrument Connector Air Link facilitates connection of electronic devices such as ane- mometers and GPS chartplotters. Air Link now supports temperature readings and has Wi-Fi, so users can send wired NMEA 0183 data to mobile devices. SailTimer Inc. Real-Time 3D Sonar Echoscope4G Surface enables vi- sion, mapping and measurement in real time for shallow-water op- erations to 20-m depth. The sonar is available in single, dual and XD tri- ple models with three independent frequency and 3D volumes. Coda Octopus Group Inc. Cable Detection System The HydroPACT 660 pipe tracking system works with small ROVs us- ing a 1,200 mm x 600 mm coil. The system operates to 3,000-m depth with 24 VDC or 110 VAC power and either a vessel-mounted PC or a rack-mounted computer. Tele- dyne TSS. Ultrasonic Anti-Fouling System Soni8 uses ultrasonic anti-foul- ing technology to prevent marine organisms from colonizing solid surfaces that are exposed to raw seawater. It has one panel, eight transducers and eight independent and programmable outputs. PYI Inc. Anchor Pole Lights NaviLED 360 anchor pole mount lamps use multivolt 9- to 33-VDC electronics, and they are approved to a range of 2 nm. The circuitry provides reverse polarity, spike and overvoltage during instances of se- vere voltage fluctuations and low battery operation. Hella Marine Inc. ST sound by design www.blueprintsubsea.com Visit us on stand F650 Oi 13-15 MARCH 2018, LONDON, EXCEL OCEANOLOGY INTERNATIONAL Multibeam Imaging Sonars Single and Dual Frequency Operation Portable Sidescan Sonars Towed, OEM, Hull and Pole Mounted Micro-USBL Tracking Beacons Bidirectional Acoustic Data Modems iXblue Phins C3 Integration A new navigation module for the Gavia AUV incorporates the iXblue Phins Compact C3 with a Teledyne RDI 1,200-kHz Workhorse to offer 0.3% CEP50 distance-traveled navigation accuracy in a compact module. Teledyne Gavia. Broadband Marine Antenna The 6500-WB broadband anten- na has a wind rating of 125 mph and operating temperature range of –67° to 160° F. It has a nominal impedance of 50 ohm and an input power rating of 100 watts continu- ous with a 3-dB gain. Its polariza- tion pattern is vertical (omnidirec- tional). Shakespeare Co. LLC.

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