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 Post subject: Alprov II
PostPosted: Apr 17th, 2017, 8:12 am 
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Hi...

I am from Austria right in the alps.
The built of my rov happend for the last 2 years
and its still not finished.

data:

-length 110cm
-width 36cm
-hight 23cm

-6 homemade Truster
-12 cree t6 LED

-SJ4000 Kamera in homemade aluminium housing
-4s 15ah LIPO pack

-teather is a fiberglass (data and vid)
-controllboard and software is from ROV Control

-depth rating ca 100m with reserves

excause me for my bad english :oops:

now some Pictures :roll:

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making the hull

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setup for glueing the thruster mounts in

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thruster parts

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maintenance hatch

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LED in epoxy (one is not polished yet)

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Pressure housing and mounting in the hull

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homemade ventplug (a la bluerobotics)

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homemade trough hull penetrator (inspired by SV Seeker)

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my pressure chamber (max 25 bar)

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homemade camera housing (work in progress :P )

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LIPO holder

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front view

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side view


Here you find my german post,
there are more infos...

Best regarts from Austria
Stefan


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 Post subject: Re: Alprov II
PostPosted: Apr 17th, 2017, 8:44 pm 
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Nice work. 100 m depth? Your english is better than many people here in the U.S. I will have questions later.
My project is for retrieval of objects at 125m (400 feet) with video and robotic arm.


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 Post subject: Re: Alprov II
PostPosted: Apr 18th, 2017, 7:05 am 
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Yes 100m depth...
we have a large lake (Zeller See) in our County its depth is about 85m.
but i desing all housings and trough hull penetrators verry rigit and test it in
my pressure chamber to 20 bar (i think they can handle even more pressure)


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