Blueye X3 Equipment

Oculus M750d Dual-Frequency Multibeam Sonar

The benchmark in multibeam imaging sonars. The Oculus M-Series offers single and dual-frequency models, unparalleled image quality in a compact, rugged form factor, and a depth rating of 500 m.

Supplier
Blueprint Subsea
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The Oculus M750d multibeam sonar from Blueprint Subsea is an excellent sensor helping the operator navigate, identify objects and increase situational awareness under the surface.

The sensor is especially useful when diving in murky waters, for search and rescue missions, or for jobs where you cannot rely on a camera solely to locate your target of interest.

The integration with the Blueye X3 ROV enables the operator to adjust the sonar vertically from -30° to 30° directly from the Blueye app.

  • Operating frequency: 750kHz / 1.2MHz1

  • Range: 120m / 40m

  • Horizontal Aperture: 130° / 130°

  • Vertical Aperture: 20° / 20°

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Technical Specifications

Oculus M750d Dual-Frequency Multibeam Sonar

The benchmark in multibeam imaging sonars. The Oculus M-Series offers single and dual-frequency models, unparalleled image quality in a compact, rugged form factor, and a depth rating of 500 m.

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Mechanical

Dimensions

122 mm (L) x 122 mm (W) x 62 mm (H)

Construction

Anodised Aluminium

Weight

980 g (Air), 360 g (Water)

Depth Rating

500 m

Temp. Range (operating)

-5°C up to +35°C

Temp. Range (Storage)

-20°C up to +50°C

Performance

Operating Frequency

750 kHz / 1.2 MHz

Range (maximum)

120 m / 40 m

Range (minimum)

0.1 m

Range Resolution

4 mm / 2.5 mm

Update Rate (maximum)

40 Hz

Horizontal Aperture

130° / 130°

Vertical Aperture

20° / 20°

Number of Beams (maximum)

512

Angular Resolution

1 ° / 0.6°

Beam Separation

0.25° / 0.25°

Electrical

Connector

Impulse IE55 Series, 6-way

Communications

4-wire 100-BaseT Ethernet 2-wire DSL extender module

Supply Voltage

12 V to 32 V DC non-isolated

Power Consumption

10 W to 35 W (model and range dependent)

Integrated Sensor

Water pressure and temperature (for Velocity-of-Sound calculations)