Features:

All the benefits of the Oculus M-Series but with the advantage of a titanium housing to give a depth rating of 1000m.

  • Depth rating to 1000m
  • Frequencies from 375kHz to 3.0MHz
  • Operating ranges from 0.1m up to 200m
  • Wide 130° horizontal and 20° vertical apertures
  • Angular resolutions of down to 0.25°
  • Range resolutions of down to 2mm
  • Ultra-fast update rates of up to 40Hz
  • Simple, intuitive operator software

Specifications:

Mechanical
M-Series
MT-Series
MD-Series
Dimensions
125mm (L) x 122mm (W) x 62mm (H)
125mm (L) x 122mm (W) x 62mm (H)
125mm (L) excluding connector x ø125mm
Construction
Anodised Aliminium
Titanium
Titanium
Weight
980g (Air), 360g (Water)
1350g (Air), 730g (Water)
2.5kg (Air), 1.45kg (Water)
Depth Rating
500m
1000m
4000m
Temp. Range (Operating)
-5°c up to +35°c
-5°c up to +35°c
-5°c up to +35°c
Temp. Rating (Storage)
-20°c up to +50°c
-20°c up to +50°c
-20°c up to +50°c
Performance
M370s
MT370s
MD370s
M750d
MT750d
MD750d
M1200d
MT1200d
MD1200d
M3000d
MT3000d
MD3000d
Operating Frequency
375kHz
750kHz / 1.2MHz
1.2MHz / 2.1MHz
1.2MHz / 3.0MHz
Range (Maximum)
200m
120m / 40m
40m / 10m
30m / 5m
Range (Minimum)
0.2m
0.1m
0.1m
0.1m
Range Resolution
8mm
4mm / 2.5mm
2.5mm / 2.5mm
2.5mm / 2mm
Update Rate (Max.)
40Hz
40Hz
40Hz
40Hz
Horizontal Aperture
130°
130° / 130°
130° / 60°
130° / 40°
Vertical Aperture
20°
20° / 20°
20° / 12°
20° / 20°
Number of Beams (Max.)
256
512
512
512
Angular Resolution
1° / 0.6°
0.6° / 0.4°
0.6° / 0.4°
Beam Separation
0.5°
0.25° / 0.25°
0.25° / 0.16°
0.25° / 0.1°
Electrical
M-Series
MT-Series
MD-Series
Connector
Impulse IE55 Series, 6-way
Impulse MC Series, 6-way (Schilling SeaNet / Burton option)
Communications
4-wire 100-BaseT Ethernet, 2-wire DSL extender module
4-wire 100-BaseT Ethernet, 2-wire DSL extender module
Supply Voltage
12V to 32V DC non-isolated
18V to 32V DC isolated
Power Consumption
10W to 35W (model and range dependent*)
10W to 35W (model and range dependent*)
Integrated Sensors
Water pressure and temperature (for Velocity-of-Sound calculation)
Water pressure and temperature (for Velocity-of-Sound calculation)