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Subject USBL Date 20-11-04 13:07
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X150 USBL Transponder Beacon
Introducing the SeaTrac X150 Micro-USBL tracking beacon. Built around a robust broadband spread spectrum signalling scheme, this multi-purpose acoustic transponder beacon is capable of simultaneously tracking up to 14 other asset positions while undertaking bi-directional data exchange.

Applications include...
Multi-beacon tracking system (for ROVs, AUVs, Divers etc).
Remote control and interrogation of sub-sea equipment
AUV/Diver telemetry links
Remote depth, attitude and orientation measurement.

Position Tracking
When used in a tracking application, one X150 is mounted from the supervisor vessel, and connected to a PC running the SeaTrac PinPoint display and logging software. All positions are computed by the X150 beacon, so no additional PC hardware is required.
Sub-surface assets to be tracked (including Divers, ROV's, AUV's etc) are fitted with an X110 beacon, and optionally may use the data port to provide periodic acoustic communications with other systems and sensors.
In this mode up to 14 beacons may be tracked at ranges up to 1km from the supervisor, with the position of each being optionally broadcast to others in the network.

Data Modems
In a modem application, beacons are mounted at either end of the required data links and addressable packets of data are exchanged between the Acoustic Communication Stacks using protocols that ensure integrity of data, buffering and reattempting transmission in event of packet loss.
Use of the X150 USBL beacons will allow the interrogating end of the link to obtain a relative position of the remote modem during data exchange, while X110 beacons will provide distance between modems.
Integrated beacon sensors (such as depth, attitude and supply voltage) may also be remotely queried by the interrogating modem.

Each beacon is fitted with a 9 Degrees-of-Freedom (DOF) Attitude and Heading Reference System, taking data from the onboard MEMS gyroscope, accelerometer and magnetometer to produce pitch, roll and yaw information that is made available to external applications via the communications port.

Length (excluding connector) 132mm (5.2")
Length (including connector) 160mm (6.3")
Diameter 55mm (2.16")
In air 708g (1.56lbs)
In fresh water 508g (1.12lbs)
Depth Rating 2000m (other depth rating available)
Construction 316 Stainless Steel
Operating & Storage Temperature -5°C to +35°C (23°F 95°F)
Connector Teledyne Impulse MCBH-5-MP (5-way)
Communications RS232 Main serial port (Aux serial port and RS485 operation available on request)
Supply Voltage 9V to 28V DC
Power Consumption Less than 10W when transmitting, approx 0.5W when idle
Integrated Sensors Pressure, Temperature, 9-DOF AHRS, Supply Voltage Monitor
Indicators Red/Green visual status LED
Remote Ranging Yes
Remote Positioning (USBL) Yes
Acoustic Range 1km radius horizontal, 1km vertical
Range Resolution ±50mm (dependant on VOS accuracy)
Angular Resolution ±1°
Velocity-of-Sound Range 1300ms-1 to 1700ms-1
Beacon Velocity Active Doppler compensation, up to 15kts (28kph)
Communications Broadband spread spectrum encoding, 24-32kHz, 100 baud. Multi-tiered Acoustic Protocol Stack.
Packet Addressing 15 unique beacon identifiers, and broadcast to all capability.
Transmit Sound Pressure Level ~172dB re 1uPa @ 1m
Supported Software Platforms SeaTrac NavPoint Software, SeaTrac Utilities Software
Developers/Integrators SDK, including ASCII based serial command interface with Application level and Acoustic Protocol Stack level commands for third party integration.

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