The 410 Underwater Camera is an extremely robust and versatile unit designed from the outset for long-term deployment in exposed aquaculture sites.
It offers a 360-degree continuous pan and tilt which means no stops and no blind spots. It is also fitted with a simple lens cleaning brush which will remove any build-up of fouling or cleaner fish without having to pull up the camera each time it needs to be cleaned.
"Colour and Monochrome" or "Monochrome Only" cameras are available with optical setup tuned for optimum pellet identification. Our colour cameras drop into IR (mono) mode at very low light levels offering a highly flexible solution.
On-Board Optical Dissolved Oxygen Sensor & Depth Sensor
This optional oxygen sensor is mounted under a field-removable support plate meaning it can be retrofitted to an existing camera, or removed for service without the camera leaving the site. Connection to the sensor is via a wet-mate connector. The camera has also been fitted with an onboard depth sensor that is able to provide depth which is accurate to 0.1m. Data from all connected sensors is overlaid onto the video image.
The SeaSight 216 Look-Up Camera is a fixed, underwater video camera with infra-red LED illumination suitable for feed monitoring or for transport tanks. In zero light conditions such as live fish transport, the compact and rugged design is a perfect fit. Combined with in-cab monitoring via Wi-Fi, live fish can be monitored from each tank from start to finish of their journey.
The SeaSight 101 Surface Camera comes in a compact and robust design, manufactured from a tough polymer shell and stainless steel (A4) fixing rated for IP67 which is perfect for sea sites and wet environments.
This camera allows you to monitor surface activity around cages or on feed barges. It is ideal for keeping an eye on uninvited predators or as a safety camera monitoring lone workers. Cameras are colour and will switch to monochrome in low light conditions with infra-red kicking in at darkness.