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Towed underwater video camera TUVS100RL

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Towed underwater video TUVS100RL Adjustable depth 700TVL high snesitivity Autonomy 4h Integrated LED lighting Ultraportable SUBSEA TECH Marine and Underwater Technologies has been especially designed for long range surveys. Thanks to its integrated wing system, the TUVS100RL can be towed at various depth with optimal video stability. The camera’s depth is directly adjusted by changing the boat speed, the cable length or the system weight. The system includes a waterproof visualization console with integrated 12’’ LCD screen, a digital recorder/reader (SD card) and a high resolution color camera with integrated LED lighting. VIDEO CAMERA The TUVS100RL includes a high sensitivity 700TVL video camera and LED lighting system integrated in a acetal or stainless steel casing. Thanks to embedded NiMH batteries integrated in the console, the TUVS100RL has a fully autonomous energy supply allowing up to 4h (8h in option) missions in remote areas. TOWED WING Thanks to its hydrodynamic design, the towed wing allows carrying out long range video footages with optimal image stabili

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Depth rating    100m standard (stainless steel hou Sensor    700TVL resolution, sensitivity 0,01 lux Lighting    integrated LED in camera housing (500 lumens), intensity control CONSOLE FEATURES Dimensions    L 360mm    x W    290mm x    H 160mm Video display    12'' color    LCD    screen Batteries    NiMH acumulators, 24V - 4500mAh Power    On batteries : max. 48W On main power supply : max. 80W Autonomy    4h (8h in option), integrated battery level indicator Recorder    Digital recorder/reader on SD card Output    RCA outputs for external screen or recorder Input    RCA input for...

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