With an OLED display, instantaneous information can be read locally by diver/ROV with a full log of data being recorded on an internal SD card.
Successful pressure tests can also be confirmed without the need to recover, download and analyse data.
DATALOGGING CAPABILITIES WITH A SIMPLE INTERFACE
Our pressure testing dataloggers are compact and simple to deploy, install and operate.
An onboard OLED screen provides a visual readout of instantaneous data in addition to an internal SD card that stores all recorded data for later analysis.
Typical data that can be recorded as standard include:
Additional parameters can be logged upon request.
Total Volume (added/removed)
LOCAL DATA MONITORING, NO STRINGS ATTACHED
Literally! With our subsea dataloggers you can isolate and disconnect from the system, leaving them to locally monitor and store information whilst a system remains on test.
This allows for ROVs, divers or the entire vessel to perform excursions away from the worksite, either to support testing activities by performing visual inspection, or to carry out other construction/project related activities in parallel to pressure testing.
Having this feature allows for a more streamlined project schedule, added project flexibility and associated cost savings.
All whilst safe in the knowledge that our loggers are constantly monitoring the system and recording data.
PROVIDING CONFIDENCE IN A SUCCESSFUL TEST
When monitoring subsea pressure tests, our dataloggers can be adapted provide visual confirmation of a successful test in-situ, without requiring the unit to be recovered to deck and the data analysed.
Kraken Subsea can tailor our dataloggers to provide visual confirmation either through utilising coloured LEDs or textual read-outs directly on the display.
This way, once a vessel has returned to the worksite after the test minimum hold period, divers and ROVs can quickly tell if there has been a successful test, whereby the pipeline system can be depressurised and dataloggers recovered for data analysis, or if a test has not been completed and shall remain on-test for longer.