The Tritech Super SeaPrince DST Sonar is designed specifically for survey, observation and light work class ROV. The Super SeaPrince sets new standards in sonar technology, its advanced composite transducer and CHIRP signal processing generates images of unprecedented clarity and resolution.
In line with Tritech’s policy of continuous product development, the Super SeaPrince imaging sonar has undergone a hardware development which results in the following alterations:
- Body tube diameter has increased from to 74.5mm to 77mm
- Sonar height has increased from 146mm to 150mm
- All units now hard anodised black
Please click here for the revised datasheet.
‘Please Note: DST SeaPrince units manufactured prior to 2011 have an overall length of 146mm and a maximum diameter of 74.5mm (Single Port) or 86mm (Dual Port model). If you are unsure which sonar you have please contact Tritech support (email@example.com).’
The new and improved Super SeaPrince DST Sonar from Tritech
Visualise the underwater environment in 3D with Tritech’s highly versatile multibeam sonar, Eclipse.
In line with Tritech’s policy of continuous product development the Eclipse Multibeam Sonar system has undergone major software and partial hardware redevelopment, which encompasses the following updates:
- The standard depth rating is now 1000m
- Eclipse no longer has profiling/ bathymetry capability
- Eclipse now functions as an imaging sonar, providing 2D and 3D imaging modes of operation
- Dual sync mode no longer available
- New software, please download here
- A new manual, please download here
- New datasheet, please download here
These modifications take effect immediately and all systems shipped from now on will encompass these changes.
Through the use of Tritech’s true time-delay beamforming and electronic beam steering technology, Eclipse can carry out horizontal and vertical measurements, making Eclipse the most flexible multibeam sonar on the market. Eclipse can be deployed on an ROV at depths down to 1000m both in Forward Looking Navigation and 3D Model View modes.
Applications for Tritech’s Eclipse Multibeam Imaging Sonar include: mattress laying in zero visibility, pipeline inspection, pipeline touchdown monitoring and harbour wall inspection.
To view the latest Gallery files for Eclipse, visit: http://www.tritech.co.uk/gallery/gallery.htm.
Upcoming shows for Tritech include:
Asian Dive Expo 2011 (ADEX) | 22-24 April 2011
Booth E27 (Trekar Asia Pacific Pte Ltd)
US Hydro 2011 | 25-28 April 2011
Tampa, FL, USA
Stand 54 (Subsea Tecnologies)
Maritime & Transportation Security Expo 2011 | 4-5 May 2011
Tampa, FL, USA
Stand 215 (Tritech)
Ocean Tech Expo 2011 | 17-19 May 2011
Newport, RI, USA
Stand 703 (Subsea Technologies/ Tritech)
All-Energy | 18-19 May 2011
AECC Aberdeen, UK
Stand AB25, Aberdeen City and Shire Pavilion (Tritech)
UDT Europe 2011 (Undersea Defence Technology)| 7-9 June 2011
ExCel, London, UK
Stand G14 (Tritech)
Tritech has returned from the Ocean Business show in Southampton. Held at the National Oceanography Centre, the show hosted over 300 exhibitors and on-water demonstrations of leading technologies.
A busy show,Tritech conducted three dockside demos inlcuding one of Gemini 720i, the award-winning real-time multibeam sonar.
Tritech Dockside Demos
Tritech’s high-technology subsea products were recently deployed in a system used to survey all types of inshore and coastal submarine cables and pipelines in a marine energy project.
Saab Seaeye’s Falcon ROV was fitted out with a Tritech Super SeaKing profiler system to provide high quality cross-sectional profile data of the seabed and underwater ROV positioning of a Tritech Micron-Nav USBL navigation transducer along with pitch and roll sensing, an accurate flux gate compass, a high accuracy altimeter and a pressure sensor for depth.
Read more about the survey system here.
Tritech’ s forthcoming exhibitions for early 2011 are:
Subsea 2011 | 9-10 February 2011
Visit us on stand A8 (Tritech)
Subsea Tieback | 22-24 February 2011
San Antonio, Texas
Visit us on booth 175 (Tritech/ Subsea Technologies)
Underwater Intervention| 22-24 February 2011
New Orleans, LA
Visit us on booth 309 (Subsea Technologies)
Ocean Business | 5-7 April 2011
National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK
Stand D6 (Tritech)
All-Energy | 18-19 May 2011
AECC Aberdeen, UK
Visit us at the Aberdeen City and Shire Pavilion (Tritech)
UUVS, (Unmanned Underwater Vehicle Showcase)
Tritech participated in the annual exhibition at the National Oceanographic Centre, Southampton. UUVS is the exhibition for those involved in the unmanned underwater vehicles industry. The show brings together professionals from industries such as the military, E&P, marine and academia to focus on the cutting edge technologies and developments in this field.
Tritech Sales & Marketing Manager, Malcolm Johnson gave a presentation at UUVS’s ‘Gadgets and Widgets’ workshop. Malcolm described the focus of his presentation:
“Tritech International has contributed to the multibeam revolution; the presentation described how we have harnessed the advances in modern technology and developed industry-leading multibeam imaging products.”
With constant activity at the Tritech stand, Tritech’s real-time multibeam imaging sonar, Gemini 720i continued to excite visitors throughout the show.
Tritech took the opportunity to also launch new products at the show. Two new high-frequency and high-resolution StarFish Seabed Imaging Systems were launched to create a range of StarFish systems. Read more about the new range here.
The show was also an opportunity to promote our involvement in Search & Rescue (SAR) operations. Derbyshire Fire & Rescue alongside LBV provider Seabotix Inc showcased SARbot™, a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) rescue package which includes Tritech’s Gemini 720i and the newly launched high frequency XD side scan sonar, StarFish 990F. Read more about SARbot™ here
Tritech’s stand at UUVS
Tritech exhibited at Oceans in support of one of its American distributors, Mecco Inc, in their local USA markets. The three-day, academic research show proved very worthwhile for Tritech with lots of visitors to the booth; it was an ideal opportunity to discuss projects and solutions, especially discussing the possible applications for our multibeam products.
Tritech’s booth at Oceans ’10
Tritech’s next exhibitions will be: