WG04 Rapid Access Drybox

WG04 Rapid Access Drybox

Flexibility and easy access for Wave Glider prototyping.

The WG04 Rapid Access Drybox (RAD) provides a flexible and easy to use method for prototyping of payloads for the Liquid Robotics Wave Glider.

The RAD provides rapid access to equipment and components that is useful when prototyping new Wave Glider payloads. During a prototyping phase it is often necessary to change equipment components and complete tests with different configurations so that the ease of access provided by the RAD can save time during the engineering development phase. The RAD features quick-acting spring claw toggle latches for closing and a single circular O-ring that is easy to seat and seal. Not tools are required for access.

SV2 and SV3 Wave Gliders

The WG04 RAD is tested and in-service with SV2 Wave Gliders operated by the Royal Australian Navy.

Please enquire concerning the SV3 Wave Glider.

Key Features

Up to 25-hour mission duration

Speeds up to 4.2 knots

Increased module payload capacity

Search and recovery


Deep sea mineral exploration

Marine & Fisheries research

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