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SeaBat T50-P Multibeam Sonar

The SeaBat T50-P is the new addition to the leading SeaBat T-series product range engineered from the ground up to evolve with your business. Combined with the Portable Sonar Processor the SeaBat T50-P provides unprecedented survey data, providing faster operational surveys and reduced processing time.

Ultra high resolution portable multibeam echosounder

The SeaBat T50-P is fully frequency agile from 190 to 420 kHz allowing for improved swath performace and reduced survey time under difficult conditions. The SeaBat T50-P is designed for fast mobilization on smaller vessels. The Portable Sonar Processor and sonar head form a compact system, securing minimal interfacing and low space requirements.

SeaBat T50-P Product benefits

  • Unprecedented clean and ultra high data quality for faster operational surveys and reduced processing time. read more >
  • Fully frequency agile from 190 to 420 kHz, allowing for improved swath performance and reduced survey time under difficult conditions. read more >
  • Designed for smaller vessel portable use. The compact system allows for fast mobilization, mininal interfacing and low space requirements. read more >
  • Significantly reduced amount of data collected with the intelligentdata reduction algorithms in the compressed water column feature. read more >

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Clean and ultra high data quality

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The images below was recorded with the SeaBat T50-P by the Hamburg Port Authority

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The images below was recorded with the SeaBat T50-P at the International Shallow Survey 2015 Conference in Plymouth UK.

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Fully frequency agile from 190 to 420 kHz

Fully frequency agile from 190 to 420 kHz, allowing for improved swath performance and reduced survey time under difficult conditions.

Designed for smaller vessel portable use

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The SeaBat T50-P offers the ultimate combination of portability and performance. With the SeaBat Portable Sonar Processor, survey data is optimized and mobilization time is reduced to help you focus on getting the job done. Fully adaptable to a wide range of applications.

Teledyne SeaBat User Interface
Controlled using the Teledyne SeaBat User Interface from a laptop or survey PC, the SeaBat Portable Sonar Processor can be quickly mounted and demounted for ease of use during mobilization. Features include:

  • Easy connection and single point, accurate time-tagging of survey sensors
  • Water resistant (IP54)
  • Flexible power interface 24V DC or 100-230VAC
  • Robust and durable design

The Portable Sonar Processor is an essential organizational component that keeps your data synced and time-stamped at a single source. Fewer connections help to keep things simple for operators who need to mobilize quickly and maintain efficient, productive operations at all times. It is also water resistant rated (IP54) allowing you a wider range of locations for installation.

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Reduced amount of data collected

Significantly reduced amount of data collected with the intelligent data reduction algorithms in the compressed water column feature.

“The Port Authority of New South Wales survey team have been incredibly impressed with not only the new functions and features of the SeaBat T50-P but also the overall performance of the system has been exceptional. It is hard to imagine that Teledyne RESON could improve on resolution but there is a distinct improvement in resolution of the SeaBat T50-P multibeam echosounder which has made amazing improvements to our imagery and efficiency of processing”, says Venessa O’Connell, Survey Manager at Port Authority of New South Wales.

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