The Oculus M-series multibeam sonars are a new generation of imaging sonar, designed for use across a wide variety of underwater applications.
Their small form factor and weight of less than 400g in water makes them ideally suited for deployment onto micro sized platforms, while their rugged construction also makes them an excellent choice for larger work-class vehicles and subsea infrastructure.
With a 200m range capability, the single-frequency Oculus M370s is a cost effective alternative to traditional mechanically scanned sonars, typically being used for long range navigation and situational awareness.
The Oculus M750d is a general purpose dual-frequency sonar offering up to 120 metre range capability at 750kHz, and 40 metre at 1.2MHz, with 130° and 70° horizontal fields of view respectively. With a weight in water of less than 400g, power consumption starting from 15 Watts (up to 35W) and options for 100-BaseT or 2-wire DSL high-speed communications, the M750d is ideal for mounting on small platforms, work-class ROV's or sub-sea infrastructure to provide navigation and high resolution imagery for near field target identification.
Offering the highest resolution in the M-series range, the Oculus M1200d operates at both 1.2MHz and 2.1MHz (with a 130° and 60° field of view respectively) making it ideal for specialized inspection tasks where image quality is critical.