Sub-bottom Profiler: 3100 Portable System (CHIRP Profiler)
The 3100 is EdgeTech’s portable version of their highly successful subbottom profiler product line. The system utilizes EdgeTech’s Full Spectrum CHIRP technology which provides higher resolution imagery of the sub-bottom structure and greater penetration. The 3100 is ideally suited for use in rivers, lakes, ponds and shallow water ocean applications up to 300m max depth. The system was designed for customers that require a portable system that can be used from smaller boats while not wanting to sacrifice image quality. Enserv's 3100 system comes with the SB-216S. The 216S operates at 2-16 kHz. Along with a towfish, the 3100 system comes with a portable splash-proof topside processor running EdgeTech’s DISCOVER software for display of the sonar data. The system comes standard with a 35m tow cable.
The Imagenex 881 SportScan is a small profile, portable high-resolution side-scan sonar unit. The dual-frequency side-scan sonar unit. The SportScan is designed from top to bottom for ease of deployment and use. A highly advanced Kevlar™ reinforced towfish cable (included with the standard unit) is light enough to eliminate the need for a winch. The towfish operates from a standard 12 Volt DC power supply or boat's battery, and the RS-232 connector plugs directly from the Kevlar™ towfish cable into the back of a PC computer or laptop. Simply load the towfish body with as much ballast weight as desired, lower the towfish over the side of the boat by hand, and start towing.
Underwater Utility Locating / Pipe and Cable Locating
Enserv can also provide the Radiodetection DD submersible antenna which can be used with the RD4000 receiver and transmitter for underwater utility locating. The standard DD submersible antenna has a 30m lead which can be used in water depths of approximately 20'. The DD antenna can be deployed by a diver or used with extension pipes. Rental rates for the DD antenna shown below are for the antenna only. The RD4000 transmitter and receiver are required additionally for the operation of the submersible DD antenna (shown below).