Sea Technology

AUG 2017

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Page 53 of 76 August 2017 / st 53 pointer. CONTROP Precision Tech- nologies Ltd. Subsea Power Solution Designed to power subsea equipment such as seafloor gas and oil monitor- ing and control systems, the PRBX VB410-380 power solution delivers 48 VDC and comprises a pre-stage converter and secondary stage with redundant power modules and a full set of communications and interfaces. Powerbox. Thermal Shock-Resistant Light The NVX15GHGA incandescent fix- ture is a USCG-approved, vapor-tight, nonconductive light ideal for demand- ing commercial and recreational ma- rine applications. It can operate in en- vironments ranging from -40° F (-40° C) to +302° F (150° C). Hubbell Ma- rine Electrical Products. Solar-Powered Vessel A fully sustainable vessel for saltwater operations, the SoelCat 12 is a solar electric 16-person catamaran. It is en- ergy autonomous and ready for water taxi services, dive operations and reef excursions. Soel Yachts B.V. shallow reservoirs of the Barents Sea, where main reservoir rocks are locat- ed at depths of 400 to 2,200 m. TopS- eis uses a split-spread, source-over- streamer configuration to improve the sampling of near offsets and record almost all the reflected energy. CGG. Inflatable Throwable Device Model TD2401 is the world's first U.S. Coast Guard-approved inflatable throwable personal flotation device. It replaces throwable devices aboard all recreational vessels. ThrowRaft LLC. Lightweight Scanner Custom Cloud-Based Software EDGSonline 2.0 is a Web-based map- ping and data visualization platform including greater security, more user tools, advanced querying capabilities, improved document management and integrated videospatial capabilities. GeoFac Systems Inc. Anti-Fouling Coating SEA GRANDPRIX 880HS PLUS is an anti-fouling coating that contains Sele- ktope and is based on hydrolyzing technology. It can be applied to deep- sea-going vessels in service for periods up to 90 months. I-Tech AB. Onboard Connectivity WebWatch is an all-in-one Wi-Fi hotspot, cellular data and high-defini- tion television antenna. It shares sig- nals for up to 32 users. Shakespeare. Software to Identify Pipeline Threats The 7.1 release of Synergi Pipeline software relies on performance-based architecture, where risk and integrity analytic calculation times are reduced by up to 60 percent. Users can quickly identify threats and easily drill down to determine root causes. DNV GL. ST A high-resolution lightweight under- water laser scanner, the PL3200UW- LW is built for ROV/AUV deployment. The ultralightweight model accurately captures dimensions, seafloor mea- surements and corrosion. It is depth rated up to 3,200 m. Newton Labs. Compact, Powerful Dock Light The Sport DockLight Series includes the Sport S3116s and S3124s under- water LED lights, which output up to 5,000 fixture lumens to illuminate the dock while providing safety and secu- rity. The advanced optics create a large footprint of light with excellent pene- tration in the water from this compact light. OceanLED. Heavy-Duty Disc Brakes Two new heavy-duty disc brakes have been added to the SKD range, with a modular design for large industrial, marine and offshore applications. The SKD 140 brake delivers braking force of up to 258 kN through two brake housings. An offshore version of the brake has corrosion protection and hard-wearing paint and pistons. Dell- ner Brakes AB. Compact, High-Def Camera The iSea-20HD - High Definition (HD) EO/IR camera payload for small boats is compact and lightweight (9.4-in. diameter, 24 lb.), and it is available with options for a high-resolution thermal camera, HD color continu- ous zoom day camera, and an Eyesafe Laser Range Finder (ELRF) and/or laser Stay Safe – Release The Pressure Titanium Pressure Relief Valves Single Poppet and High-Reliability Dual Poppet 6000m Rated

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