- DTG2 ROV
- Controller with 75 m tether
- Smart chargers
- Buoyancy weight set
- Operator manual
- Robust Carrying Case
- Heavy duty tether reel with bearings and electrical slip ring for easy tether management
- Integrated Super Bright Screen Controller
- 1 Year Warranty
Well protected 63mm diameter propellers prevent debris from binding the output shaft.
The very safe battery-operated 19.2 VDC onboard electrical system reduces tether diameter and eliminates power loses through long power feeds. A smart charger simply plugs into the back of the ROV when back on shore and indoors. Onboard sensors monitor the motor's status and will immediately cut power if there is a fault. Additional sensors track the battery and warn the operator of low levels. A low battery is not of any concern as the ROV can simply be pulled out of the water with the tether. Normal battery life is 5 to 8 hours of run time with a recharge time of 3 hours
A 700HD line colour camera rotates from the center of the ROV to take advantage of the center window and gives the operator a 270 degree vertical field of view. The camera is tracked by an LED floodlight. This feature allows the operator to look in any direction whether it be straight up at the hull of a boat or straight down at the seabed while driving forward.
The DTG2 is sized for good stability in the water, but small enough to transport by hand to difficult locations. At 18.8 lb. you may lower it into the water by the tether over the side of the boat or even from a very high vantage point, such as a bridge. The nominal buoyancy of the ROV is set to neutral. It can be adjusted with an included set of stainless steel weights to fine tune the unit according to your preference and water conditions.
Commanding the DTG2 is simple using the lightweight and very portable controller. This familiar style of controller will ease the learning curve normally required to pilot ROVs.
This neutrally buoyant tether is 5.0mm (0.19 in) in diameter and is custom designed to be as small and strong as possible with little impact on the ROV's manoeuvrability. Electrically, the controller is a separate system from the ROV. A failure of the ROV system will not damage the controller in any way.