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  • Nano transponder with depth sensor
  • Nano transponder with depth sensor
  • Nano transponder with depth sensor
  • Nano transponder with depth sensor
  • Nano transponder with depth sensor
  • Nano transponder with depth sensor
  • Nano transponder with depth sensor
Sonardyne’s smallest USBL transponder with compatibility with the Ranger 2 USBL topside systems; Micro, Mini and Standard.
 
Nano features a connector-less design meaning there is no need to worry about damaging an underwater connector. Its recharged and programmed via the Nano Docking Station which takes around 12 hours to fully recharge the high capacity battery. This gives up to 15 hours of in-water use with a position update rate of once every five seconds.

Features

  • Miniature size for fitting on divers and small ROVs 
  • Reliable connector-less design 
  • Depth-rated to 300 m 
  • Powerful acoustic transmission level 
  • Pressure sensor 
  • Connector-less recharging using the Nano Docking Station 
  • Medium frequency operation 
Compatible with the Sonardyne Mini-Ranger 2 and Sonardyne Micro-Ranger 2.

Specifications

Depth rating
300 m
Slant range
750 m
Battery life
15 hours (at 5 second update rates)
Listening life
10 days
Recharge time
12 hours
Frequency band
MF (19–34 kHz)
Transducer beam shape
Omni-directional ±130°
Source level (re 1 µPa @ 1 m)
184 dB
Communication interface
USB connection to the Nano Docking Station
Pressure sensor
30 bar abs ±0.7% FS
Charger (115/230 V ac)
USB connection to the Nano Docking Station / Recharge time: 12 hours using the 115/230 V ac charger (18 hours when docking station is connected to a PC)
Battery life
Quiescent >10 days, 5 second ping rate >15 hours
Operating temperature
-5 to 40°C
Storage temperature
-20 to 55°C
Mechanical construction
Polymer
Dimensions (length x diameter)
160 x 55.0 mm
Weight in air/water
536/218 g
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