Rowe Technologies Inc., Poway, California is pleased to announce the appointment of Survey Equipment Services (SES), Houston, TX., as an Authorized Rental and 24/7 GOM Service & Support facility. In addition to the appointment, SES made an initial investment by ordering multiple deep-water Dual-Frequency SeaWATCH ADCP and SeaPILOT DVL systems.

The SeaPILOT DVLs (300 kHz/600 kHz/1200 kHz) models are RTI’s most versatile DVLs. They use RTI’s acoustic Doppler Piston (DP) technology and are well suited for navigation applications in shallow water or in deep water, down to 6000m. The SeaPILOT’s compact size, extended range, and precision make it an ideal solution for ROVs, AUVs, and other submersible platforms. The product is available in 3 different frequencies (300KHz, 600Khz, and 1200KHz) all configured with Doppler Piston transducers and is available in different depth ratings, shallow to deep-water.

The SeaWATCH Dual Frequency (DF) ADCPs (300 kHz /600 kHz /1200 kHz) extends the capabilities of the SeaWATCH self-contained product family by introducing an ADCP that uses two independent acoustic frequencies, in the same instrument. Each of the frequencies can be independently controlled allowing for near simultaneous acquisition of high resolution, short range current profiles from the high frequency channels, and longer range, lower resolution profiles from the low frequency channels. With the SeaWATCH DF you truly have two ADCPs in one.

Dual Frequency systems are available in a combination of frequencies – 1200KHz/300KHz, 1200KHz/600KHz, or 600KHz/300KHz, all configured with Doppler Piston transducers and have depth ratings ranging from 300 m to 6000 m.Alan Craig, Vice President of SES stated: “We take great pride in being able to supply our customers with the most up to date and advance equipment in today’s market. Partnering with Rowe Technologies not only shows our continuing commitment to our clients, but also adds yet another high quality, reliable product to our already extensive equipment portfolio”.

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