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- 09/25/15--18:25: RCV 225 parts wanted
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- 09/28/15--19:03: ROV Control Unit Design
- 09/28/15--19:03: Tony Penstone
- 09/28/15--19:03: SeaBotix LBV150 ROV
- 09/29/15--19:19: SEAEYE 600 ROV with Sonar for sale
- 09/29/15--19:19: RCV 225 parts wanted
- 09/30/15--19:24: interested in buying an user ROV, in good conditions
I think it was operated by Orange Marine
Ok folks having arrived too late (and in the process nearly punching my keyboard in frustration😖) to get the deep trekker advertised on the selling board. If anyone has one of these items for sale in the near future please please let me know and even better if you were willing to give me first refusal
All the best peeps
Where is this ROV located?
Senior Pilot/Supervisor looking for an Agent/Work
Vehicles Operated: Scorpio, Scorpion, Challenger, Discovery, Trencher Vehicle, Magnum, Magellan, Talon, Seaeye Panther, SMD Hercules, Quantum, Centurion HD/QX, Comanche, Mohawk, Innovator, Schilling UHD, HD and Triton XLS & XLX.
Are you getting my emails?
They are not showing in my sent box.
Let me know
Times are hard here in the oil and gas sector if you are an ROV pilot like myself. The aquaculture industry is growing at an astonishing rate. The demand for the the farms to be inspected is increasing all the time.
It's a good idea if you are a pilot stuck at home and i know there is a lot in norway following all the lay offs. Invest in a mini ROV and hire yourself out to the farmers for some inspection work. I recommend the deeptrekker, thats what we are using at marinequip. http://www.marinequip.no, take a look at our website if you are interested and get in touch.
we are also a reseller for deeptrekker here in Norway http://www.deeptrekker.com
1 qty PCB-1422P-G2 : Communication HUB Board I
1 qty PCB-1420P : Mixed I/O Board I
1 qty PCB-1424P : Mixed I/O Board II
1 qty PCB-2851P : Termination and Interface Board
1 qty PCB-2256P : LED Lamp PSU Board
1 qty PCB-2903P-4 : DC Power Supply
10 qty PCB-0586 : Thruster Drive Control Board
10 qty PCB-0585 : Thruster Drive Power Module
All spares are new, unused and tested.
12.000 USD for all of above including worldwide shipping.
Videoray PRO 3 XE GTO ROV for sale
More pictures on request
The ROV is in the Netherlands and includes an invoice with VAT
Asking price: 15.000 euro ex 21% VAT.
Call: Rob +31 6 44 954 756
Depth Rating 152 m (500 ft)
Total System Weight 47 kgs (105 lbs) in watertight Pelican cases
Submersible Size and Weight 4.5 kgs (10.5 lbs) / 14.5, 9, 8.5 inches (36.8, 23, 21 cm)
Speed 4.1 knots
Power Supply 100-240 VAC
Location: Front - inside the pressure hull
Features: Forward facing wide angle color camera.
Resolution: 570 lines of resolution
Sensitivity: 0.3 lux
Focus: Wide Focus Range
Type: Specify NTSC or PAL
View Angle: 90° horizontal 140° diagonal underwater optimized wide angle
Tilt: Variable tilt with 180° vertical field of view
Rear facing high resolution black &
white 430 liones of resolution / 0.1 lux
Propellers: 100 mm
Propeller: 45 mm
Navigation: Compass (heading read out on control panel LCD)-option to overlay heading on monitor
Depth: Reading in feet or meters on control panel LCD - option to overlay depth on video monitor
Comms Protocol: RS-485 (if using with PC)
Case: Watertight Pelican1550
Display: Integrated 15 inch LCD display
Video out: Analog composite video out
Recording: Optional Digital Recording Package (Not Included)
Video Overlay: Option to superimpose date, time, depth, and heading information on monitor
Audio Annotation: Microphone included (recorder required)
wIntegrated Joystick for horizontal movement
w3rd Axis joystick control (selectable for depth, camera tilt, lights, and manipulator)
wVertical depth control with Auto DepthFeature
wLighting, Camera Tilt, Focus Control, and manipulator control (manipulator not included)
wPC Pilot enabled (requires PC)
wFront and Rear Camera toggle
TetherType: Neutrally Buoyant Performance Tether
Length: 40 m (130 ft)
Breaking Strength: 1,000 lbs
Extension: 76m (25o ft) Negative extension
Management: Tether Deployment System (TDS)
Voltage: 48 volts DC - Maximum tether voltage
I'm new to forums so hope i don't sound to stupid.
I was hoping you would be able to give me some advice on where to start as I really want to become an ROV Pilot and work offshore.
I'm a female electrician and I work in a city centre hospital and have done for the past 5 years, I also have mechanical experience. I'm currently studying a HNC in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
It's not a rash decision as I have been thinking about it for a few years now but I'm finding all the info over the Internet and from speaking to people very confusing and conflicting.
I'm in a position now where I want to actively start looking for a trainee position but I'm struggling to find a starting point.
I've saved up the money to do the offshore training and I just need to book the course but I'm scared I will spend a lot of money and never find a position.
I've got myself organised and have a folder full of different company's ready to contact with my CV but I was unsure how to lay my CV out so it stands out from the rest and also I don't know whether to ring the company's or send them an email/letter.
As you can tell I'm in need or guidance.
Is there any help or advice you can offer me or could you point me in the right direction.
Keep your hospital job and comlete your HNC. In your position I would contact SMD, just down the road from you. Office and factory visits could pay dividends from one of the markets major players. You won't get offshore anytime soon but it would be an invaluable start and a good insight into offshore life and work. I am not saying you will get a job with SMD but if you are able to get a walk around their depots and factories, look at some equipment being built, see their simulators in action and generally pick the brains of their guys then this will open the world of ROVs for you. Be worth collecting contacts and networking as you never know when or who will need someone.
To all ROV world forum readers, I am trying to track down an old Supervisor of mine, Tony Penstone. Last time I contacted him he was with JFD in Bibra Lake Western Australia. If anyone has any ideas, I'd love to hear from you.
Looking for 1x vertical thruster and 1x horizontal thruster specifically but any spares for an RCV 225 would be considered. We have loads of duplicate parts which aren't required and can consider exchanging. Let me know what you need and what you have.
For the last few years we have been developing the Wing 3D control unit and have been using it to control UAVs. We would also like to try experimenting with ROVs.
I have done quite a lot of engineering work in the subsea oil and gas industry but my experience with ROVs is limited so it would be great to get some feedback from people at the sharp end of things. How do you think the Wing would compare to more typical control solutions?
I've created a very short (five question) survey and would really appreciate it if you could spare a couple of minutes to fill it in.
There are some more details on the Worthington Sharpe website.
Thanks in advance,
|PM me please if this is still for sale|
Make an offer. Looking to move this.
Thank you to everyone who has completed the http://goo.gl/forms/JvgBOesU53 survey.
There were a few comments from people without contact details and I was hoping for few more details.
Apparently Schilling Robotics used a similar input device on some of their UHD Vehicles but I can't find any reference to this. Please could somebody point me to an image or link?
There was also a comment about durability and whether it is splash-proof.
The current design isn't IP rated but we designed it with non-contact sensors so we can pot all the electronics in epoxy. The scroll wheel is the main problem but we're looking at options to replace it with a mini-joystick. How important is IP rating. I know it might limit us a bit for pier-based jobs but what about for work vans or offshore?
It's mainly machined from aluminium and ceramic anodised so is certainly durable. The gimbal is ball-raced on the non-contact sensors won't wear down.
Have a look at a company called Jeep Kraft in Perth, Tony runs it.
For photos please see ebay listing http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/141787396099?
Please send me a PM with any questions.
Check your PM's and get back to me please.
Got an old 225 pilot. Over 10k hours piloting with 100k+ hours stories of anything that floats, sinks, whirrs, digs, makes bubbles or an oil slick. Well used but still still serviceable. Will consider beer as down payment for future services.
Contact Deep Search and get your name on there mailing list.