The V7 Super SeaKing 704 Bathymetric system is now fitted with high accuracy conductivity and temperature sensors, resulting in increased survey grade performance. A scientific option is also available for use where the user requires measurements recorded to an even higher degree of accuracy.
The Digiquartz depth sensor continues to provide accurate pressure measurement, which results in the Super SeaKing Bathymetric package calculated providing depth information to a higher degree of accuracy than ever before. New electronics, along with the latest high accuracy sensors, packaged within the Super SeaKing Bathymetric system, have resulted in a product that offers increased reliability as well as improved performance. To maintain the highest level of performance, the Super SeaKing Bathymetric system continues to be supplied with either a 700m, 1400m, 2000m or 4000m Digiquartz depth sensor.
The Super SeaKing 701 Bathymetric system, supplied without a CT sensor, provides users with a high accuracy pressure measurement and also now benefits from increased reliability and the use of the latest electronics. The electronics design now allows the Super SeaKing Bathymetric system to be supplied with additional communication capability. Ethernet, ARCNET, RS232 and RS485 communications are all available on the Super SeaKing Bathymetric system, simplifying the installation on ROV/AUVs of all types.
DatasheetSuper SeaKing Bathymetric
ManualSuper SeaKing Bathymetric
Can I get a copy of the Calibration Certificate for my Bathymetric system?
Please contact Tritech’s Customer Support Team (on +44 (0) 1224 744 111 (option 2), or firstname.lastname@example.org) with the full serial number of your Bathymetric system (e.g. S03690.987654) and they will be able to forward you an electronic copy of the original, or last known, calibration – as performed by our in-house calibration facility.
My device shows as UNKNOWN in Seanet Setup. What does this mean.
This is nearly always an issues with the RS232 ground which is usually missing. Check for continuity on the copper sections between each end of the cable.
On the small change it is not then it a RS485 device connected to an RS232 port.
This document will help to get the basics sorted out - Serial Port Connection and Setup rev 1