W?rtsil? ELAC SeaBeam 3050 N

Wärtsilä ELAC SeaBeam 3050 N is a highly advanced medium-depth multibeam system from Wärtsilä ELAC Nautik, collecting real-time bathymetric data, bottom amplitudes, side scan data and water column imaging (WCI) data.

Due to its depth performance, wide coverage and multi-ping operation, Wärtsilä ELAC SeaBeam 3050 N is the ideal sonar to detect static or moving underwater objects like submarines. It can be utilised as an additional sensor for submarine rescue operations or for submarine hunting in littorals.

Wärtsilä ELAC SeaBeam 3050 N is the ideal multibeam echo sounder to be adapted to specific naval requirements.

    Key Features

    Operational Features

    • Up to 3,500 m depth performance
    • Up to 4,000 m swath coverage
    • Multi-ping mode
    • High-density mode
    • High-resolution water column imaging (WCI)
    • High-resolution side scan data
    • Bottom amplitudes
    • Full auto mode for reliable and easy system operation
    • Advanced transmission beam steering

    Technical Features

    • 50 kHz frequency band
    • Full compensation of ship’s pitch, roll and yaw motion
    • Mills cross transducer configuration
    • Interface for CMS* integration
    • Complete ILS* package
    • Shock-proven surface sound velocity sensor
    • Shock-proven transducer design (optional)
    • Transducers adapted to specific ship?s hull (optional)
    CMS – Combat Management System
    ILS – Integrated Logistic Support
    Technical Data
    Performance data
    Operating frequency 50 kHz band
    Min. depth 5 m below transducers
    Max. depth Approx. 3,500 m
    (depending upon the ship’s own noise and sea state)
    Along-ship beam width 1° / 1.5° / 3°
    Across-ship beam width 1° / 2°
    Swaths per ping cycle 1 (single-ping) or
    2 (multi-ping)
    Pulse lengths 0.15 - 40ms
    Max. swath coverage sector 5.5 times of water depth
    Max. swath coverage Approx. 4,000 m
    (depending upon the ship’s own noise and sea state)
    Full auto mode Automatic setting of all relevant system parameters
    FM* mode Full-automatic use of frequency modulated pulses
    Reception beam spacing Equidistant or equiangular
    Max. number of beams 918 (equidistant, multi-ping)
    386 (equiangular, multi-ping)
    Max. range sampling rate 10 kHz IQ*
    Depth accuracy
    (sonar sensor)
    In accordance with IHO* SP44 special order
    *FM – Frequency Modulation; IHO – International Hydrographic Organization; IQ – In-phase, Quadrature

    Power 115 V / 60 Hz single-phase or
    230 V / 50 Hz single-phase
    Motion RS232 / RS422 or Ethernet (CMS integration)
    Heading RS232 / RS422 or Ethernet (CMS integration)
    Position RS232 / RS422 or Ethernet (CMS integration)
    Surface sound velocity RS232 / RS422
    Sound velocity profile RS232 / RS422 or Ethernet (CMS integration)
    Combat management system (CMS) Ethernet (copper or redundant fibre optic)

    Special Output Interfaces
    Centre depth interface RS232, ASCII format
    Bottom slope data interface RS232, similar to NMEA 0183

    Roll ± 15°
    Pitch ± 10°
    Yaw ± 5°
    Physical Specifications
    Height (mm) Width (mm) Depth (mm) Weight (kg)
    Hydrophone array*
    1° / 2°
    125 / 125 380 / 380 1,581 / 792 50 / 25
    (without frames and cables)
    Projector array*
    1° / 1.5° / 3°
    150 / 150 / 150 2,284 / 1,691 / 1,098 450 / 450 / 450 66 / 44 / 22
    (without frames and cables)
    Transceiver unit 1,052 607 877 160
    Operator station / WCI station 177 (4HE) 483 (19” rack) 505 14
    *Dimensions may change due to special installation requirements. The typical tolerance of weights is ± 10 %

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