Aquaculture video camera SeeMate™ Plus
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aquaculture video camera
aquaculture video camera
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Characteristics

Application domain
for aquaculture
Type
underwater
Technology
color
Mounting
fixed

Description

Maintain optimum feed conversion rates using SeeMate™ PLUS underwater cameras to monitor fish behavior, feed pellet drop rates, and best pellet broadcast positioning over the cage surface. Ideal for monitoring net billowing and current strength during feeding regime to ensure all feed reaches the fish. Equally at home monitoring vessels, tanks and raceways for environmental conditions, fish and aquatic species health. No matter what the application SeeMate™ PLUS cameras are designed for the worst long-term immersion operating environments with a tough polyurethane jacketed cable assembly sealed directly to the Acetal™ co-polymer camera housing. This ensures an incredibly reliable underwater video camera system with literally thousands of units operating in the field. All SeeMate™ PLUS cameras are manufactured using a tough Acetal® co-polymer underwater housing fitted with a thick boron silicate viewing glass. The tough durable underwater camera housing positions a range of Sony® CCD chip based cameras sourced for their 0.01 lux (0.001 lux available with some camera models) low light operating capabilities. Camera models include a choice of Black and White, Colour and Colour/Monochrome options with each camera offering special features and advantages that can be further augmented with a range of camera lenses for best viewing angle and depth of field. SeeMate™ PLUS cameras operate with polyurethane jacketed underwater cable assemblies designed for long-term immersion in a saltwater environment.

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