Acoustic Receivers/ Interrogators

Used to mark and relocate equipment and locations underwater, our cost effective acoustic beacons/transponders and receivers/interrogators are available in a wide variety of options to meet any requirement. Our receivers/interrogators can be mounted on subsea vehicles, used from the surface or operated by a diver. With different frequencies, activation methods, and battery life options… we have a solution for any marking and relocation requirement with our pingers/transponders.

RJE International specializes in customization and we can design a pinger/transponder to meet you specific needs. Whether it is an emergency location beacon for your subsea vehicle or towfish, marking equipment moorings, or track divers during training RJE can meet your needs.

ACOUSTIC RECEIVERS/INTERROGATORS

DTI-300A

DTI-300A Diver Held Acoustic Receiver

Using a highly visible display, this receiver can provide the operator range and bearing to locations marked with the ATT-400 transponder or an acoustic pinger. With a bandwidth of 25Khz to 40Khz and an electronic compass, the DTI-300A accurately guides the diver to acoustic marked targets.

DTI-300A Data Sheet (PDF)

STI-350

STI-350 Directional Acoustic Surface Recevier (New)

This rugged directional receiver can locate either ATT-400 transponder or acoustic pingers operating from 25Khz to 45Khz. Both range and bearing to the marked target are displayed.

STI-350 Data Sheet (PDF)

DTI-300

VADR-1000M Vehicle Acoustic Directional Receiver

The VADR-1000M acoustic directional receiver is a small but rugged passive pinger receiver used to assist operators of ROVs and AUVs in tracking acoustic sound sources from 25Khz to 40Khz. Operational to 1000m , it uses a RS232 protocol to communication to the surface.

SEEKER Data Sheet (PDF 78K)

DTI-300

VADR-6000M Vehicle Acoustic Directional Receiver

The VADR-6000M acoustic directional receiver is a small but rugged passive pinger receiver used to assist operators of ROVs and AUVs in tracking acoustic sound sources from 25Khz to 40Khz. Operational to 6000m , it uses a RS232 protocol to communication to the surface.

SEEKER Data Sheet (PDF 78K)

 

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