ODOM ECHOTRAC™ MKIII MODEL GENERAL DESCRIPTION

ODOM ECHOTRAC™ MKIII MODEL GENERAL DESCRIPTION
ODOM
ECHOTRAC™
MKIII MODEL
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Like to keep your options open? Then Odom’s Echotrac™
MKIII is the echo sounder for you! It’s the only sounder on
the market offering you the choice of either a high-resolution
thermal paper recorder or a full-sized high bright color LCD
chart in interchangeable module format.
When it comes from Odom, you know it’s durable, easy
to use and backed by the best customer service in the
industry. Both high and low channels feature frequency agility,
enabling the operator to precisely match the transceiver
to almost any existing transducer. This matching ability
minimizes nearsurface noise caused by transducer ringing
while increasing echo return strength.
The MKIII is capable of both shallow and deep-water
operations and it features unsurpassed interfacing exibility
with four serial ports and high speed Ethernet capability
for maximum efciency. With all of these features in such
a compact and portable package, it’s easy to see why the
Echotrac™ MKIII is such a respected echo sounder.
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OCEANSCAN LIMITED
DENMORE ROAD, BRIDGE OF DON, ABERDEEN,
SCOTLAND, U.K., AB23 8JW
TEL; +44(0)1224 707000, FAX: +44(0)1224 707001
Email: rental@oceanscan.co.uk, Website: www.oceanscan.co.uk
Accredited to BS EN ISO 9001:2000
ODOM
ECHOTRAC™
MKIII MODEL
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency
•
High band: 100 kHz – 1 MHz
•
Low band: 3.5 kHz – 50 kHz
Interfaces
•
4 X RS232 or 3 X RS232 and 1 X RS422
•
Inputs from external computer, motion sensor,
sound velocity
Output Power
•
Outputs to external computer, remote display
•
High: 100kHz–1 kW RMS max 200kHz–900 W •
Outputs with LCD chart – video out
RMS max, 750kHz – 300W RMS max
•
Ethernet interface
•
Low: 3.5kHz–2kW RMS max, 50kHz–2kW RMS •
Heave – TSS1 or sounder sentence
max
Blanking
Input Power
•
0 to full scale
•
110 or 220 V AC/24 V DC 50 watts
Installation
Resolution
•
Desktop, optional rack mount or bulkhead
•
0.01m
mount
Accuracy
•
0.01m +/- 0.1% of depth @ 200 kHz
•
0.10m +/- 0.1% of depth @ 33 kHz
•
0.18m +/- 0.1% of depth @12 kHz
(corrected for sound velocity)
Help
•
The function of each parameter and it’s
minimum and maximum values can be printed
on the paper chart. The record of settings in
tabular format is available on demand, and
a continuous printoutof parameters is available
on thermal paper models.
Log les are automatically created by Echotrac
Control when that software is used to control
the sounder.
Depth Range
•
0.2 – 200 m @ 200 kHz
•
0.5 – 1500 m @ 33 kHz
•
1.0 – 6000 m @ 12 kHz
Phasing
Environmental Operating Temperature
•
Automatic scale change, 10%, 20%, 30% •
0’ – 50’ C, 5 – 90% relative humidity, nonoverlap or Manual
condensing
Printer
Dimensions
•
High resolution 8 dot/mm (203 dpi), 16 gray •
450 mm H x 450 mm W x 300 mm D
shades
•
216mm wide thermal paper or lm
Weight
•
External ON/OFF switch
•
15.9 kg
•
Paper advance control
Options
Paper Speed
•
Remote Display
•
1cm/min. to 22 cm/mm
•
Side Scan Transducer 200 kHz or 340 kHz
Auto = one dot row advance for each Ping
•
Built-in DGPS
Sound Velocity
•
1370 – 1700 m/s
•
Resolution 1 m/s
Features:
•
Selectable Receiver
•
Bandwidth for shallow/deep water echo
sounding
•
Silas compatible output for sediment analysis
Transducer Draft Setting
•
0 – 15 m
Depth Display
•
On control PC and LCD display
Clock
•
Internal battery backed time, elapsed time and
date clock
Annotation
•
Internal – date, time, optional GPS position
from built-in Rx.
•
External – up to 80 ASCII characters from
RS232 Serial or Ethernet port
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