New 2D Sonar from Teledyne BlueView

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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Teledyne BlueView has released the M900-D rated to 4,000m of depth. The M900-D system is housed in thick-walled air-filled aluminum housing, providing maximum reliability while keeping to the compact nature of the MSeries sonar line. The M900-D also includes BlueView’s third generation electronics package, which is smaller, lower power and produces improved imagery over previous models by applying techniques such as automatic transmit power adjustment.

“The M900-D is the first expansion of the next generation of Teledyne BlueView’s 2D sonar family. We strive to continually improve the technology to provide the most reliable, versatile and user friendly sonar systems on the market,” said Ted Germann, Teledyne BlueView’s Chief of Sales and Marketing.

Teledyne BlueView is a producer of 2D forward looking imaging sonar and 3D mechanical scanning sonar with hundreds of systems installed in the field worldwide. Teledyne BlueView’s advanced sonar systems are currently deployed on AUVs, ROVs, surface vessels, fixed positions and portable tripods and have been adopted by leading manufacturers and services providers to support mission-critical operations. Teledyne BlueView said its customers enjoy a low cost of ownership with reliable operation, exceptional service, in-person training, extensive online information and worldwide after-sale support.

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