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Seabotix Rugged, Capable, Compact ROV's.


ROV Reviews

Website
www.videoray.com
Depth Rating
up to 90 meters / 300 ft.
Speed (forward)
0-2 knots
Length
355 mm / 14 inches
Width
228 mm / 9 inches
Height
215 mm / 8.5 inches
Weight
3.5 kg / 8 lbs.

Standard features of the VideoRay Scout
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* Fits in one included Pelican case, easily transported by one person and checked as airline baggage
* Total System Weight less than 70 pounds (32 kg)
* Depth rated to 91 m (300 ft)
* 40 m (131 ft) of Neutrally Buoyant Tether
* Joystick controls horizontal movement plus lights, allowing one hand control
* Depth rate of increase/decrease controllable from surface
* Two 20 Watt High Efficiency Halogen lights, controlled from surface
* Color camera with 420 lines of resolution and 0.3 lux
** 5 inch LCD color display monitor
* Composite Video Out works with wide variety of video display and recording devices (not included)
* Owners Manual, Spare Parts, and Basic Tool Kit included
* Submersible Power Consumption less than 300 Watts of 100-240VAC, 50-60Hz Power
* Maximum voltage in tether is 48VDC



S C O U T   C H A R A C T E R I S T I C S


The VideoRay Scout system includes the 8-pound submersible, control box, 40 m (131 ft) of neutrally buoyant tether, manual, and tool kit. All components fit neatly in a watertight, rolling Pelican case that fits easily in the trunk of a car or in airline luggage compartments. The entire system is stored in the Pelican case and weighs 32 kg (70 lbs).

The Scout is depth rated to 91 m (300 ft). Among the Scout’s features are a new skid and nozzles developed by NASA, a boost in thrust by nearly 80 percent over previous models, and a three-axis joystick.

The Scout includes a color camera and a 5 inch LCD color display monitor. An external video monitoring/recording device that has a composite video input– typically a TV/VCR combination – is recommended for recording missions. The Tether Deployment System (TDS) is an excellent option for quick coiling and recoiling of the tether.

 

 

 

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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