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Newton Labs M1500UW

  Subsea Measurement

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1500 Meter Depth Rated Underwater Laser Scanner Measures With Sub-Millimeter Accuracy

The M1500UW underwater laser scanner operates by optical triangulation. The projected laser line sweeps the target surface and the high-resolution camera, centered on the target, captures any deformation of the line and sends the information to the control console where the Newton-developed algorythms create and record a point cloud, enabling precise, post-session dimensioning using industry standard three-dimensional software. Although specifically designed for use in fresh or salt water, these versatile scanners can also operate in air.

  • Live Camera View  The M1500UW, unlike other underwater laser scanners, contains a live operator camera view that greatly simplifies scanning, shortens scanning time and increases accuracy.
  • No Moving Parts Exposed to the Water  The M1500UW is designed with all moving componets fully contained behind the pressure boundries.
  • Designed for Easy ROV/AUV Mounting  The M1500UW requires only GigEthernet and 24VDC from the ROV/AUV at a very low current draw. Convenient mounting pedestals and mounting pads allow for simple gripping or bolting to any ROV/AUV.
  • Scan Area  The M1500UW has a scan area of 3.28 Meters by 4.28 Meters at 5 Meters distance from the scanned object.
  • CAD Model Resolution  The M1500UW produces scans with CAD resolutions down to .02 MM depending on the distance from the scanned object.
  • All Digital Data  All data is transmitted to the surface or the AUV vis GigEthernet for permanete storage and later analysis.
  • Aluminum Construction  Aluminum hard seawater anodized.

  

Newton Labs developed and manufactures the M1500UW Underwater Laser Scanner specifically to gather highly-accurate,sub-millimeter, non-contact measurements in subsea eviroments.

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