Teledyne BlueView V Series 2D imaging sonars have been developed exclusively for VideoRay Pro 4 ROVs. Ideal for underwater detection and identification tasks in low or zero visibility conditions, V Series sonars provide both midrange detection and close-range identification capabilities from moving or stationary platforms. 

Adapted from the high-performance Teledyne BlueView P900 Series multibeam imaging sonar, V Series sonars feature the same power and capability of its predecessor in a 30% smaller package. The V Series sonar is available in a 130° field-of-view (FOV) option for high-performance, forward looking imaging sonar. 

Note: The BlueView V Series is NOT compatible with Mission Specialist ROVs. The BlueView M Series is available for Mission Specialist vehicles. 

Typical VideoRay ROV/Teledyne BlueView sonar applications are:

  • ROV Navigation
  • Object Detection
  • Target Tracking
  • Obstacle Avoidance
  • Operations Monitoring
  • Equipment/Tool Placement
  • Search & Recovery
  • Area Survey







An Integration Skid is required to operate any BlueView Imaging Sonar from the VideoRay Pro 4 ROV platform.  This skid, which holds the sonar head and communication electronics, mounts to the ROV in seconds so it can be added quickly when needed or taken off when visibility is good. All Pro 4 configurations including an imaging sonar are delivered with an Integration Package containing the skid mount and all necessary cables and software.

The Teledyne BlueView Imaging Sonars are not optimized for use on Pro 3 E, S, XE, GTO or lower VideoRay ROV.

Open Enrollment Certified VideoRay Training is available for Teledyne BlueView V-Series sonars.


Sonar Head Dimensions: 206 x 102 mm (8.1 x 4 in)
Maximum Sonar Range: 100 m (328 ft)
Vertical Beam Width: 1° x 20°
Depth Rating: 300 m (984 ft)


Sonar Head Dimensions: 219 x 127 mm (8.6 x 5 in)
Maximum Sonar Range: 100 m (328 ft)
Vertical Beam Width: 1° x 20°
Depth Rating: 1000-4000 m (3280-13120 ft)

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