Bathyswath-Mounting kits

 

Bow mounting

Bathyswath-bow-mounting-kit

 

  • For use on small ships of opportunity, the best mounting position is usually on the bow, because:
    • It is rigid and mechanically stable, even at speed when making transits to site.
    • The transducers have a clear view of both sides of the vessel, and therefore the transducers can be mounted above the bottom of the keel. This means that the transducers do not need to be lifted when coming alongside or operating in shallow water.
  • Such mounting kit is proposed in Bathyswath price list
  • Strictly speaking, the Universal V-bracket is already part of the standard system, it is consequently not included in the bow mounting kit option unless it is specifically required by the customer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Side mounting kit

Bathyswath-side-mounting-kit

  • Bathyswath can be used from very small boats such as rigid-inflatable boats (RIB), and can be configured to use DC power from a battery, rather than mains power.
    • The higher frequency transducers are smaller and lighter than the low frequency ones, and are thus more suitable for this application.
    • A carefully selected system of Bathyswath with laptop and lightweight auxiliary sensors can weigh less than 10kg and consume less than 20 Watts.
  • The plank is fixed across the inflatable hulls and the pole is rotated out of the water for fast transits
  • Such mounting kit is proposed in Bathyswath price list
  • Strictly speaking, the Universal V-bracket is already part of the standard system, it is consequently not included in the bow mounting kit option unless it is specifically required by the customer

 

 

 

Custom-made mounts

You may make your own mount, visit this page for some ideas