Bowtech will be discussing the Explorer Lite at this year's Euronaval exhibition on Stand F90, which is being held from the 22nd to the 26th of October 2012, at the Paris - Le Bourget Exhibition Centre in France.
Organised under the joint patronage of the French Ministry of Defence and the Secretariat of State for the Sea, as in previous years, Euronaval will reaffirm its position as the leading international naval defence and maritime safety and security event. This year's exhibition will attract close to 400 exhibitors from 35 countries and trade visitors from 100 countries.
The Bowtech Explorer Lite, low light level, high resolution, monochrome CCD (charge-coupled device) camera is the ideal solution for extremely low light level underwater viewing and navigation, and produces excellent images in high intensity illumination.
The camera can be manufactured with high quality hard anodised aluminium housing rated to 1,500 metres operating depth as standard, or titanium housing rated to 6,000 metres operating depth. It is fitted with a wide angle, high speed, aspherical lens giving a diagonal field of view of 103° through a fully water corrected front port. It also features built-in reverse polarity and surge protection.
The miniature high quality 1/2" CCD sensor offers high resolution and low light level sensitivity, making it the ideal camera for low light underwater viewing tasks.
Bowtech will also be presenting their 3D-HD camera, along with an extensive range of standard underwater cameras and LED lighting systems, which will be on display in an operational format. Please visit Stand F90 for further information on their products and services, or alternatively, please visit their website www.bowtech.co.uk.