Additional information
Dimensions & Attributes Depth Rating: 300m

Size (L x W x H): 502 mm x 384 mm x 373 mm

Diagonal: 515 mm

Weight in Air: 21 Kg (standard vehicle trimmed for fresh water)

Construction: Anodized aluminium, stainless
steel, syntactic foam & marine grade polymers
Thrusters Configuration: 2 horizontal & 2 vertical/lateral thrusters, built-in short-circuit
protection on each channel

Speed: 1.75 knots (dependent on
environment & configuration)
Auxiliary Camera & Lights Type: Colour or monochrome, low light

Format: NTSC or PAL

Focus: Fixed

Lights: 2 X 1,500 lumens (3,000
lumens total) on/off control
Tether Length: 165 m – standard
335 m Max
625 m Max
Other lengths available upon request.
Manual tether storage drum.
10 mm dia. (nominal)
Breaking Strength: 700 kgf, Kevlar reinforced
Neutrally buoyant in fresh water
Forward Camera & Lights Format: NTSC or PAL (full broadcast-quality)

Focus: Manual & Automatic

Zoom: 3x optical, up to 32x zoom

Tilt Range: +/- 90 degree rotation

Lights: 2 x 1,500 lumens (3,000 lumens)
dimmable high-intensity LED

Lasers: Optional parallel green lasers on
150 mm baseline for scale reference
Control System - Pelican Case mounted controller
- Built-in 15” LCD monitor
- Digital video recorder included
- Video overlay: depth, heading, auto-depth,
auto-heading, pitch/roll, tether turns counter,
date & time
Sensors Pressure / Depth
- Compass heading
- Pitch & roll
- Dedicated leak & temperature sensors in both the electronic & camera canisters

Seamor Steelhead ROV

Perfect for inspecting confined spaces. Compact lightweight and easily manoeuvrable.

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Key Features

• Intuitive controller
• High-resolution colour, zoom camera
• Variable speed & directional ROV control
• Integrated controller with LCD monitor
• Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
• Manual & automatic camera focus control
• Depth-rated to 300 m
• Up to four (4) powerful thrusters
• Auto depth, auto heading functions
• Leak detection warning system
• Tether-launchable

The Steelhead inspection-class ROV is a portable, lightweight and stable underwater system that is easily operated through intuitive flight controls. Its small profile allows this vehicle to inspect confined spaces and can be easily stowed. The compact Steelhead may be deployed and recovered from small vessels and docks – no need for hoists or cranes. A standard definition camera, optimized for lowlight conditions provides the ROV operator with high quality video. “Out of the box” features include an integrated controller and LCD monitor module with auto depth, auto heading, a digital video recorder and much more.

Additional information
Dimensions & Attributes Depth Rating: 300m

Size (L x W x H): 502 mm x 384 mm x 373 mm

Diagonal: 515 mm

Weight in Air: 21 Kg (standard vehicle trimmed for fresh water)

Construction: Anodized aluminium, stainless
steel, syntactic foam & marine grade polymers
Thrusters Configuration: 2 horizontal & 2 vertical/lateral thrusters, built-in short-circuit
protection on each channel

Speed: 1.75 knots (dependent on
environment & configuration)
Auxiliary Camera & Lights Type: Colour or monochrome, low light

Format: NTSC or PAL

Focus: Fixed

Lights: 2 X 1,500 lumens (3,000
lumens total) on/off control
Tether Length: 165 m – standard
335 m Max
625 m Max
Other lengths available upon request.
Manual tether storage drum.
10 mm dia. (nominal)
Breaking Strength: 700 kgf, Kevlar reinforced
Neutrally buoyant in fresh water
Forward Camera & Lights Format: NTSC or PAL (full broadcast-quality)

Focus: Manual & Automatic

Zoom: 3x optical, up to 32x zoom

Tilt Range: +/- 90 degree rotation

Lights: 2 x 1,500 lumens (3,000 lumens)
dimmable high-intensity LED

Lasers: Optional parallel green lasers on
150 mm baseline for scale reference
Control System - Pelican Case mounted controller
- Built-in 15” LCD monitor
- Digital video recorder included
- Video overlay: depth, heading, auto-depth,
auto-heading, pitch/roll, tether turns counter,
date & time
Sensors Pressure / Depth
- Compass heading
- Pitch & roll
- Dedicated leak & temperature sensors in both the electronic & camera canisters