Teledyne Blueview Introduces V Series 2D Multibeam Imaging Sonar

Teledyne Blueview Introduces V Series 2D Multibeam Imaging Sonar

The Teledyne BlueView V Series 2D Imaging Sonar has been developed exclusively for VideoRay Pro 4 ROVs.

Ideal for underwater detection and identification tasks in low or zero visibility conditions, the V Series sonar provides both midrange detection and close-range identification capabilities from moving or stationary platforms.

Adapted from the high-performance P900 Series sonar, the V Series features the same power and capability of its predecessor in a 30% smaller package. The V Series is available with either a 90° or 130° field-of-view (FOV).

The V Series sonar seamlessly integrates into the Pro 4 ROV platform through the custom skid mount and VideoRay Cockpit software. The Integration Skid mounts on the ROV in the field within seconds, allowing for quick addition or removal mid-operation if necessary. All V Series sonars are delivered with an Integration Package containing all necessary hardware and software for operation with the VideoRay Pro 4 ROV.

Press Release, January 31, 2014; Image: Teledyne Blueview

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