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Seabotix Rugged, Capable, Compact ROV's.

ROV Reviews

Depth Rating
up to 2000 meters / 6500 ft.
Speed Forward
3.5 knots
230 kg / 507 lbs.
1100 mm / 43 inches
800 mm / 31 inches
790 mm / 30 inches


Propulsion System

The vehicle is propelled by six Sub-Atlantic thrusters
incorporating brushless DC electric motor, propeller and nozzle,
arranged in the following configuration: -
• 4 off SPE-180 horizontal thrusters in a vectored
configuration producing very high all round thrust
utilizing Sub-Atlantic’s ‘Dynamic Vectoring’ system
• 2 off SPE-180 vertical thrusters vectored outward to
clear the vehicle lower deck

Telemetry System

Fibre-Optic telemetry system providing;
• 3 off Video
• 4 off RS232
• 2 off RS485
Vehicle Communication utilises 1 off RS485 channel. The
vehicle Uplink/Downlink includes 8 analogue channels and 16
digital switch channels all with 12 bit resolution.

Optional Equipment

The Mohican ROV system will support a range of optional
sensors such as Cameras, Sonar’s, Oceanographic Sensors,
tooling skids, etc….

Optional Deployment Systems

• Umbilical System
• Crane, Sheave, Lock-latch and Bullet
• Launch & Recovery System (LARS A-Frame with integrated
winch and power-pack)
• Tether Management System (TMS)


M O H I C A N     C H A R A C T E R I S T I C S

• The Mohican Remotely Operated vehicle has been specifically designed for working in high current and tidal locations such as Southern North Sea where the operational window is limited to periods of slack tides. The benefit that Mohican provides is to increase the operational window when using long tether excursions, resulting in the reduction of vessel time and costs. This has been achieved by producing a compact, low drag ROV, featuring high power thrusters, a small low drag tether and Sub-Atlantic's 'Dynamic Vectoring' system. The Mohican comes with three simultaneous video channels transmitted through a fibre optic telemetry system for sharp, high quality video inspections. The ROV is also equipped with additional power sources to allow the attachment of tool skids such as high pressure jetting and cleaning used in platform inspections. Mohican is also particularly well suited for long tunnel inspections and deep liveboating operations.





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