Subsea engineering firm OceanTools has clinched a £50,000 deal to supply devices to marine technology business Seatronics.
OceanTools, of Aberdeen, said the PowerLOG dataloggers and OceanDISP subsea displays would ultimately be used by a client of Seatronics.
The technologies let the user view pressure sensor readouts in real time, while simultaneously logging the data for future analysis.
For this planned project, the PowerLOG will be powering and measuring pressures from multiple pressure sensors up to 20,000psi at depths of 4,000m.
OceanDISP can scroll between multiple sensor readings as well as displaying battery voltage.
The system has sufficient battery life to display readings continuously for five days as well as the ability to store data for 10 days when operating in standby mode.
The efficient system has the additional option of a ROV operated C-Switch to extend battery life further to suit project requirements.
Phil Middleton, managing director, Seatronics, said: “Our relationship with Oceantools allows us to tackle many complex applications for our clients which is a feature of the service we offer our clients globally, working with best in class engineering to deliver cost effective solutions.”
Kevin Parker, managing director, OceanTools, added: “We are delighted to be supplying this fantastic system the OceanTools team have designed & built in record time for our friends at Seatronics.
“The solution will bring great efficiencies to Seatronics’ client to support them on a challenging project and is great testimony to our world-class subsea design team.”