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Greenaway Marine.com
Underwater SubSea Modules,Housings and Bulkheads
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Systems in use

55"  PLASMA SCREEN MONITOR FOR DOLPHINARIUM.

55"  Plasma screen Monitor was Housed into a Seapro Housing. It had to be easy to manage and operate by one person. Its design incorporated a Frame that revolved around 110 degrees and enabled the monitor to be lowered into the Water by a hand winch.  The system is used for behavioural studies. Dolphins are passed images through the monitor and a camera fitted inside the Housing Looks back at the dolphins for reactions.

Underwater monitor being installed at pool side.

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The residents showed there appreciation.

Tow fish hydro glider

Filming of fast swimming some times aggressive fish is difficult, Greenaway Marine have built several Tow Fish to film Sharks, Dolphins, Sailfish and Shoaling fish etc.

The unit has a video camera mounted inside the body pointing backwards or out to one side, bait or lures are then streamed from the rear fins to attract the subject into shot.

  Stainless steel tow rope with the power down and video signal up means you can keep operating for extended times, depth controlled by boat speed and fin design on the tow fish. The units are designed to suit the camera system you wish to use.

TRAWL MONITORING SYSTEM

Trawl net monitoring system.

Several Seapro Sub Sea Modules fitted with digital cameras, video cameras, battery packs and sensing equipment used at 200 to 300 meters, used to monitor the fish flow into trawl mouth entrance.

The system connected via rubber moulded EO style plugging system rated at 5000 meters, giving an unplug gable connector system. The nets are deployed for up to 8 hours in all conditions and the system had to withstand very heavy usage to obtain the data required.

The system connected via rubber moulded EO style plugging system rated at 5000 meters, giving an unplug gable connector system. The nets are deployed for up to 8 hours in all conditions and the system had to withstand very heavy usage to obtain the data required.