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PRESS RELEASE--FEBUARY 2014

 

 GREENAWAY MARINE / SEAPRO UK with PHOTO SONIC INTERNATIONAL LTD have just completed the first DEEP WATER housing for the CR Series of High Speed Video cameras, filming up to 3000 frames per second.

HIGH SPEED HOUSING

The GREENAWAY MARINE SUBSEA MODULE housing has been used as the main body, and an off centre interchangeable port built to fit the camera lens. Various port optics can be fitted, a flat port or an OPTOLITE Port that is fully corrected for underwater use. The camera mounts onto a delrin tray, running on slide mounts for instillation.

 The housing has been designed to withstand shock waves commonly associated with high-speed film work. The adjustable bracket system for mounting will lock into position, allowing locked off recording.

 The CR Series camera being controlled from the surface via an umbilical to provide all camera functions. These include power in, exposure control and multi trigger sync etc. The umbilical plugs into a laptop giving live feed and recording.

 Greenaway Marine based in Swindon has been producing underwater housings for video systems for the Film and Television Industry, commercial companies and divers. The commercial wing produces SUBSEA MODULES, designed to the customer’s specification to house scientific and electronic equipment to depths of 100, 300 and 1000 meter capability.

FULL DETAILS FROM  www.greenawaymarine.com

For Technical Details and any further information stephen@greenawaymarine.com

To get further information call 0044 01793814992/3

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SEA BED NON INVASIVE MONITORING.

Monitoring the underwater environment without invasive damage, as in a trawl/dredger type operation, has been completed by Exeter and Plymouth University Departments, using a video logging system designed by Greenaway Marine of Swindon.

 The system comprises of a substantial mounting frame into which is mounted a video camera system in a Seapro housing, an Optolite Corrected port is used to make sure the imageis infocus from 1cm to 50 meters underwater, to capture and identify all types and sizes of critters coming to the baited pole. A Multi LED lighting system with all internal batteries to power the lights for up to 17 hours. External controls to allow video run and switching the lighting system on/off.

 The mounting frames and video system is powered up and lowered to the sea floor, then left in position for as long as required, GPS system allow accurate positioning, and deploying several system at the same time has allowed coverage of large areas of sea bed. Review of the video footage from the  undisturbed sea bed, gives a true picture as to what is there.

 Depth rated to 100m, deeper systems if required, with a recording  run time of up to 10 hours(depending on memory card in the video camera).

seabed monitor piled up

 

 

SUBSEA MODULE FOR ENGINEERING DEPT EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY.

GREENAWAY MARINE/ SEAPRO UK with the ENGINEERING DEPT OF EDINBURGE UNIVERSITY just completed a SUBSEA MODULE to house computerised monitoring system, for UNDERWATER POWER TURBINES.

 The Engineering Dept at Edinburgh University will be using the Module to house a computerised recording system to monitor their Sensors on the Underwater Tidal Power Turbines. The System will be dropped to various working depths of up to 100 meters. Data collection by sensors mounted around the rigs will be relayed to the Module, to store the information, then on retrieval full evaluation of data.

 The SubSea Module is designed to be used underwater to a depth of 100 meters. A multi connector end plate is fitted with 4 male (8way) and 9 female (8way) underwater pluggable connectors to allow date collection from Sensors.

Sub Sea Module with end plate connectors showing.

 The Sub Sea Modules can be reloaded and reused, to allow multiple deployments. Full cathodic protection via zinc plates mounted onto the mounting brackets.

 Greenaway Marine based in Swindon has been producing underwater housings for video systems for the Film and Television Industry, commercial companies and divers. The commercial wing produces Sub Sea Modules, designed to the customer’s specification to house scientific and electronic equipment to depths of 100, 300 and 1000 meter capability.

 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR SUBSEA MODULE EDINBURGH UNIV


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