Driver for the Odom dual head MB1. With 30 degree rotation of each head, the system provides + / - 180 degree coverage with 30 degree overlap at nadir.
- Use RTA Interface – Normally checked on. Receive motion and heading corrections via the Real Time Appliance interface. With this option, all time tagging is done outside HYPACK and HYSWEEP survey.
- Log Snippets – Snippets are not supported by the dual head driver.
- Max Beams Used (Per Head) – Number of beams logged by HYSWEEP survey. Normally 240 beams per head = 480 beams total.
Network interface using UDP datagrams. In testing on the Teledyne boat “Bottom Line”, the HYPACK computer IP address was set at 192.168.1.4.
- Port – Default is 56002.
- Internet address – 127.0.0.1 or address of the master MB1 top side unit.
- UDP Connect – Click to view the unparsed network messages.
- Sonar Heads 1 and 2 – Enter location and patch test offsets. Latency should be 0.
- MRU Offsets – MRU offsets should be entered when using the RTA interface.
- Heading Offset (Yaw) – Enter when using the RTA interface.
Setup in HYPACK Hardware
See Odom MB1 setup.
- The driver will not collect data unless both heads are pinging.
- The driver works properly in both MB1 ping modes; Alternate and Simultaneous.
- Ping rate (each head) should be limited to 20 times per second. This limitation allows the driver to accommodate Windows networking delays.