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Fishers versatile boat deployed underwater camera system that can be dropped or towed. The TOV-1 Towed Video system provides a cost effective method for underwater search and inspections. The system is deployed over the side of the vessel and lowered to the bottom. The TOV-1 uses the boat's propulsion to move it through the water in the tow configuration. The camera is mounted in the housing at a downward angle giving a field of view of 50 degrees (optional .07 lux B&W camera gives a 70 degree viewing area). The system can also be suspended over the side of the vessel andMissouri state water patrol with their TOV-1 and Pulse 8X metal detector used as a dropped camera. Large areas can be searched and video taped without incurring time consuming check-out dives. Topside the TOV-1 connects to a video monitor or standard TV. The video can be recorded on any VCR for a permanent record of that favorite dive site or an inspection job.
The TOV-1 system includes a 0.5 lux black and white camera in a corrosion-proof PVC housing with built in leak detection system, two high intensity 100 watt underwater lights, and a 150 foot deployment cable. The underwater lights employ a unique water cooling system which allows many hours of operation without the need for bulb replacement.
Options for the system include up to 500 feet of cable, color or very low light B&W cameras, color or B&W monitors including a Video Recorder and Monitor (shown at right), and PAL cameras for EuropeanDiver with MiniCam use., 12 vdc or 220 vac voltage inputs, and 500' depth rated version.
Key Features of the TOV-1: It's portability, rugged construction, versatility, and ease of operation. The TOV-1 is in use by U.S. and foreign military, numerous law enforcement agencies, dive rescue groups, recreational divers, commercial and recreational fisherman worldwide.
The system is backed by Fishers exclusive, unconditional TWO YEAR warranty.