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Teledyne Marine Holiday Greeting Video 2022

2,388 views December 15, 2022

Happy Holidays ! From all of Us at Teledyne Marine! The holidays season is finally here, A time of peace, joy, and holiday cheer At Teledyne we want to wish all the very best To you and yours, North, South, East and west Our...

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Subsurface Flow Video over 7101

2,064 views February 08, 2012

Subsurface Flow Video over 7101

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RESON SeaBat 8128 vs diver

2,171 views February 08, 2012

RESON SeaBat 8128 vs diver ' Note that the video i played in 4 x normal speed. Get information about the newer SeaBat 7128 forward looking sonar

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Pipeline survey with Flex mode part 2

1,969 views July 25, 2011

8125-H Flex mode over a pipeline with autopilot, roll stabilisation and adaptive gating. Flex mode is one of the new beam modes that have been introduced with FP2 replacing the old Equi-angle/equi-distant selections. • The data in this video...

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Hydrographic survey in the port of London with a SeaBat 7125

2,744 views November 10, 2011

Hydrographic survey with a SeaBat 7125 multibeam sonar using Teledyne PDSs oftware in the port of London during the OI06 exhibition. Get more information about the Seabat 7125

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Passing the Little Belt Bridge with a forward looking sonar.

2,820 views November 02, 2011

Passing a bridge pier of the old Little Belt Bridge from North to South with a RESON SeaBat 7128 forward looking sonar at a frequency of 400kHz. (Not 200 kHz as indicated in the video) On September 20th 2011 a couple of guys form the RESON...

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Objects seen with a 400kHz SeaBat 7125 multibeam sonar

3,215 views October 31, 2011

Objects seen with a 400kHz SeaBat 7125 multibeam sonar in side scan module. Visit RESON SeaBat 7125 product page

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Wreck of Blücher SeaBat 7125 multibeam sonar survey

3,493 views August 02, 2011

RESON SeaBat 7125 multibeam sonar surveys the Oslo Fiord in Norway in 2007. The wreck of the Blücher, which was a German heavy cruiser sunk during the World War II, lies on 75 meter depth.