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Seabotix Rugged, Capable, Compact ROV's.


ROV Reviews

Website
www.seaeye.com
Depth
600 meters / 2000 ft.
Payload
45 kg
Weight
500 kg / 1100 lbs.
Length
1473 mm / 58 inches
Width
812 mm / 32 inches
Height
914 mm / 36 inches

Thrust:
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-Forward - 125kgf
-Lateral - 108 kgf
-Vertical - 35 kgf

Speed:
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-3 knots
-Brushless DC Thruster Type: SM4M
-Adjustable Power Settings - Yes

Auto Functions:
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-Heading - Yes
-Depth - Yes
-Altitude - Option

Camera Mounting:
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-Tilt Platform - Yes
-Pan and Tilt - Option

Lighting:
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-Dimmable fused lights - 4
-Total Power - 600 Watts
-Lighting Control Channels - 2
-Typical Manipulator Fit - 1 x 5F


S U R V E Y O R  P L U S     C H A R A C T E R I S T I C S


-Seaeye Surveyor Plus ROV Systems are rated for 600 metre depths of operation and replace the earlier model Seaeye Surveyor ROVs. This up rated edition is fitted with ten Seaeye SM4 brushless DC thrusters, two of which are provided for vertical thrust and eight in vectored pairs for horizontal propulsion. The result is an incredibly powerful and agile vehicle with 125 kgf of forward thrust and 108 kgf of lateral power.

-The Seaeye Surveyor Plus is ideally suited for survey applications as well as general observation and inspection duties.

-A basic ROV system comprises the Vehicle, a Surface Control Unit with a Hand Controller and a Power Supply Unit. The surface unit and PSU can be supplied free standing or as a containerised system. The Control Container can be Zone II rated or rated for safe area operations and is air conditioned as standard.

-Free swimming operations are possible with up to 600 metres of polyurethane sheathed lifting umbilical. Alternatively, the Seaeye Surveyor Plus can be operated from a Seaeye Bale Arm or Type 5 winch and slip ring Tether Management System (TMS). For TMS operations it will be necessary to use an armoured lift umbilical for deployment of the garaged ROV.

-A skid mounted 'A' frame and lifting winch with 600 metres of armoured lift umbilical or 600 metres of polyurethane umbilical is offered as a compact combined unit to launch and recover a TMS garaged Seaeye Surveyor Plus or free swimming vehicle. Alternatively you may prefer the gravity based, marine knuckle boom crane and winch system illustrated. Either can be offered rated for hazardous area Zone II operations or for 'safe area' operations and are known as a 'LARS' or Launch and Recovery System. Alternatively you may have your own crane available and may only require the lifting winch and appropriate umbilical with an umbilical sheave and a lock-latch release mechanism and vehicle bullet for launch and recovery.

 






 

We try to provide the most up to date, recent specifications on these ROV systems. However, ROV system specifications are changing all the time, so please double check with the manufacturer to insure the specifications are correct before making a decision in using or purchasing these systems.


 


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