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Seabotix Rugged, Capable, Compact ROV's.

ROV Reviews

Depth Rating
up to 150 meters / 500 ft.
0-3 knots
10 kg / 22 lbs
533 mm / 21 inches
330 mm / 13 inches
269 mm / 10.6 inches

-Four (4)
-2 x Forward, 1 x Vertical, 1 x Lateral
-Bollard Thrust (Forward): 4.6 kgf (10.1 lbs)
-Bollard Thrust (Vertical): 2 kgf (4.4 lbs)
-Bollard Thrust (Lateral): 1.5 kgf (3.3 lbs)

-Camera Tilt: 180 Degrees
-Range of View: 270 Degrees
-Camera Resolution: 420 Lines Horizontal
-Color or B/W: Color
-Lux Level: 0.3
-Lens: 3.6 mm (90 degree)
-Iris: Auto
-Focus: Manual
-Format: NTSC or PAL
-Output Signal at Surface: RF or Composite
-Light: 50 Watt Quartz Halogen
-Variable intensity
-Tracks camera

-Power Requirement: 100-130 VAC or 200-240 VAC
-650 Watts (maximum)
-50 or 60 Hz
-Safety: Isolated, ground fault interrupter, line insulation monitor, residual current monitor, circuit breaker, leak detector
-Water Proof: I.P. 64 splash proof


-Length: 75 meters (250 ft)
-Diameter: 7.6 mm (0.3 in) nominal
-Strength (breaking): 318 kgf (700 lbs)
-Strength (working): 45 kgf (100 lbs)
-Buoyancy: Neutral in fresh water

L B V 1 5 0 B    C H A R A C T E R I S T I C S

-LBV150B is a simple yet extremely effective inshore inspection system. The system is packed with features like four (4) powerful thrusters, auto heading, auto depth, video overlay, 270 degree field of vision, hi-res color camera, 75 meters of 7.6mm diameter umbilical, intuitive control console, variable input power supply, transportation cases, spares and tools.
LBV has been designed to be rugged in harsh environments so you can focus on the work and not on the servicing and maintenance.

-LBV is comprised of five (5) isolated pressure vessels; main housing and four (4) thrusters. At the core of these vessels is the main housing which is tied to the rear power can via a conduit tube. The acrylic view port is housed between two (2) hard anodized aluminum end caps and have three (3) accessory ports and a vacuum check valve. The power can is a hard anodized aluminum tube between two (2) glass filled Delrin end caps where the umbilical is connected. There is a single extra accessory port on the power can also. This whole assembly is potted to the back plane comprising what we call the backbone assembly.

-Mounted directly to the back plane are each of the four (4) thrusters. Each thruster is identical in design and can be mounted in any of the four (4) positions. By maintaining an isolated design should any one of the thrusters or the main housing flood the other pressure vessels are safe. Simply identify the flooded component, replace it and you are back in business.

-Mounted to the backbone is the flotation module. The flotation is a moulded shell that is injected with foam. Density of foam varies depending on depth rating.

-From here all additional components are mounted including the outer protective shell, ballast tray and bumper frame. The entire design offers a streamlined profile that is rugged and easy to work on.



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