Stingray Remote Operated Vehicles from Teledyne Benthos

Stingray is a portable inspection class ROV. With an in-air weight of 70 lbs (31.75 kg), it can easily be deployed and recovered by one person from any stable platform. Benthos offers an optional lightweight portable launch and recovery system for use on solid platforms like piers. This portable launching system is made of aluminum and is designed to safely deploy and recover the Stingray ROV. The system also folds flat for easy transport and storage.


  • Surface power/control console available user inputs:
    RS-232 serial and RS-485 serial ports 
  •  Lightweight splash-proof hand box controller with 50’ extension cable 
  • High-resolution 18X zoom color video camera: 470 lines resolution, 1.0 LUX minimum illumination, mounted on tilt bar +90Degrees-90Degrees, with 3.24 to 38.9mm auto iris lens, 2.2 to 53 degrees field of view horizontal (NTSC or PAL) 
  • Video overlay with depth, heading, date, time, cable turns indicator displays 
  • Two variable intensity quartz halogen lights 
  • Four high output 1 hp rare earth, magnetically coupled brushless motors with stainless steel propellers (Max 40 lbs, thrust each, two thrusters for horizontal control, one thruster for vertical and one lateral thruster 
  • Pitch, roll, heading sensor, rate gyro, auto heading and auto depth 
  • Camera tilt-home feature 
  • Rugged reusable watertight shipping and storage cases for topside control console and ROV
  • 12 Amp vehicle power supply Auto sensing 110/120VAC and 220/240VAC single phase input

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