The ISP1 is a subsea pressure pod, complete with view port and up to four connectors.

The ISP1 has been designed to provide a highly cost-effective subsea housing for a variety of underwater projects and applications.

The view port is ideal for use with a camera, subsea display or to facilitate a wireless data link from the internal components to the outside world.

Lightweight and of a small diameter ensures that the housing is suitable for a large variety of subsea applications, including installation to a ROV. Within the housing, room has been provided for inclusion of electronics and/or batteries.

Commenting on the new product, Alastair Mclennan-Murray stated 'The ISP1 is the first off the shelf housing to be offered by Impact Subsea. A number of ISA500 & ISD4000 users build these products into a system - the ISP1 allows users to design their own system in a more cost effective manner. A pre-designed housing not only saves time in design, but reduces risk in a new system design by using a tried and tested unit'.

Impact Subsea plan to expand on the ISP1 with further 'off the shelf' housings in the coming months.

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