Oculus M370s

With a 200m range capability, the single-frequency Oculus M370s is a cost effective alternative to traditional mechanically scanned sonars, typically being used for long range navigation and situational awareness.

 

The Oculus M-series multibeam sonars are a new generation of imaging sonar, designed for use across a wide variety of underwater applications.Their small form factor and weight of less than 400g in water makes them ideally suited for deployment onto micro sized platforms, while their rugged construction also makes them an excellent choice for larger work-class vehicles and subsea infrastructure.

Please note that Oculus specifications are still preliminary subject to ongoing field-trials and testing. Please contact us for further details or with your specific requirements.

Dimensions
  • Length: 125mm (4.9″)
  • Width: 122mm (4.8″)
  • Height: 62mm (2.4″)
Weight
  • In air: 980g (2.1lbs)
  • In fresh water: 360g (0.79lbs)
Housing
  • Depth Rating: 300m
  • Construction: Anodised Aluminium (Titanium available on request)
  • Operating & Storage Temperature: -5°C to +35°C (23°F 95°F)
Electrical
  • Connector: Teledyne Impulse IE55 (6-way)
  • Communications: 100-BaseT Ethernet, optional isolated RS-232 serial port for auxilliary devices, optional isolated trigger-in and trigger-out signals. 2-wire DSL option available (contact factory for details)
  • Supply Voltage: Isolated 18V to 32V DC (non-isolated 12V to 32V DC option available)
  • Power Consumption: 10W to 35W (model, configuration and range setting dependant)
  • Integrated Sensors: Pressure and Temperature (for sound-velocity calculation)
Acoustic
  • Frequency: 375kHz
  • Range (max): 200m
  • Range (min): 0.2m
  • Range Resolution: 8mm
  • Update Rate (max): 40Hz
  • Horizontal Aperture: 130°
  • Vertical Aperture: 20°
  • Number of Beams: 256
  • Angular Resolution: 2°
  • Beam Seperation: 0.5°
Applications
  • Supported Software Platforms: Oculus Imaging software (Windows 7/8/10)
Please note that all specifications are subject to change in line with our policy of continual product development.