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【最新リビジョン】 Ping2 Sonar Altimeter and Echosounder

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水中ドローン社公式ストアにお越しくださり、誠にありがとうございます。 <<産業用水中ドローンの国内トッププロバイダー>> “夢と感動の水中テクノロジー企業”水中ドローン社 <<米Blue Robotics社の日本における正規の販売店なのでご購入後も安心>> ※15時までのご注文確定で当日発送(日曜・祝日を除く)いたします。ご注文急増時は翌日以降の発送となる場合がございます。お急ぎの場合は電話・メールでお問い合わせください。 The Ping sonar is a single-beam echosounder that measures distances up to 100 meters (328 feet) underwater. A 25 degree beam width, 300 meter (984 foot) depth rating, and an open-source software interface make it a powerful tool for marine robotics. We recommend connecting with the BLUART USB to Serial and RS485 Adapter! Information! This updated Ping can be directly connected to BlueROV2s equipped with a Navigator Flight Controller without requiring a BLUART adapter. To connect to a BlueROV2 equipped with a Pixhawk, or to connect to a computer via USB, a BLUART USB to Serial and RS485 Adapter and a micro-USB cable are required. SKU: BR-101684 HS Code: 9015.80.8080 <Product Description> The Ping sonar is a multipurpose single-beam echosounder. It can be used as an altimeter for ROVs and AUVs, for bathymetry work aboard a USV, as an obstacle avoidance sonar, and other underwater distance measurement applications. Ping combines a compact form factor and 300 meter depth rating with an open-source user interface and Arduino, C++, and Python development libraries to create a powerful new tool for marine robotics! An echosounder, like the Ping, is one of the simplest forms of underwater sonar. It operates by using a piezoelectric transducer to send an ultrasonic acoustic pulse into the water and then listens back for echoes to return. With that information, it’s able to determine the distance to the strongest echo, which is usually the ocean floor or a large object. It can also provide the full echo response (echo strength versus time) which can be plotted like the display of a fishfinder sonar. The Ping uses a 115 kHz transducer frequency, away from those used on most boat echosounders to avoid interference. It has a measurement range of 100 meters (328 feet) and a measurement beamwidth of 25 degrees, perfect for applications on a rocking boat or for obstacle avoidance. An advanced bottom-tracking algorithm runs on the device to determine the distance to the seafloor, even in complicated situations with multiple echoes. The Ping is housed in a rugged hard-anodized aluminum enclosure with an encapsulated transducer and a 1 meter (3.3 feet) cable with a pre-installed WetLink Penetrator. It has four threaded mounting holes on the back and comes with a mounting bracket and hardware to make it easy to mount on the BlueROV2. The included header pin to JST-GH adapter makes it easy to plug into the USB to Serial and RS485 Adapter. The Ping can be connected to a microcontroller device, such as an Arduino, or to a computer through a BLUART USB to Serial adapter. Once connected, we recommend getting started with Ping Viewer, an open-source application developed specifically for Ping devices. Ping-Viewer runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux and makes it easy to view the output, record data, and change settings on the Ping. The Ping sonar can be connected to Ping Viewer directly or over a network connection routed through BlueOS, so that you can use the Ping on the ROV without using any additional wires in the tether. For those who wish to integrate the Ping into other systems, it communicates with a binary message format called the Ping-Protocol. We’ve made C++, Arduino and Python libraries for the Ping-Protocol to get you up and running almost immediately. Check out the Technical Details and Guides tabs above for more information! <3D Product View> https://bluerobotics.com/store/sensors-sonars-cameras/sonar/ping-sonar-r2-rp/#tab-3d-product-view <Contents> ・1 x Ping sonar with pre-installed cable and M10 WetLink Penetrator ・1 x Ping mounting bracket ・1 x 4 position female header to 6 position JST GH cable adapter ・4 x M3x5 button head cap screws ・2 x M5x16 button head cap screws ・1 x -013 bulkhead O-ring ・1 x M10 penetrator nut - 3D Models PING_SONAR_BR-100123_RevA_PUBLIC (.zip) → https://cad.bluerobotics.com/PING_SONAR_BR-100123_RevA_PUBLIC.zip PING_MOUNT_BR-100725_RevA_PUBLIC (.zip) → https://cad.bluerobotics.com/PING_MOUNT_BR-100725_RevA_PUBLIC.zip - Revision History 4 May 2023 ・BR-101684 RevB - Initial Release ・Updated Ping Sonar to pottingless design ・Increased typical usable range to 100 meters ・Larger external dimensions ・Ping Sonar mounting hole pattern changed ・Ping Mount mounting hole pattern changed 4 October 2021 ・R3 - Initial Release ・Updated pre-installed penetrators to WetLink Penetrators. 23 July 2021 ・Typical usable range value extended from 30m to 50m based on follow-on usage and variability testing 29 January 2019 ・R2 - Initial Release <Guides> Ping Echosounder Sonar User Manual → https://bluerobotics.com/learn/ping-sonar-technical-guide/ Ping Installation Guide for the BlueROV2 → https://bluerobotics.com/learn/ping-installation-guide-for-the-bluerov2/ Using the Ping Sonar with an Arduino → https://bluerobotics.com/learn/using-the-ping-sonar-with-an-arduino/