SAN ANTONIO –Teledyne CDL presents the Subsea Vibration and Motion Monitoring System (VIBRIUS) at the Subsea Tieback Forum and Exhibition in San Antonio on March 4-6.
The new system consists of a product grouping that includes a number of logging sensors which offer high accuracy data but low power requirements, making them suitable for battery powered long-term installations.
In addition, a control module based on the OMAP processor from Texas Instruments can provide complex algorithmic calculations and data storage as well as data offload via acoustic and optical modems.
Teledyne says that VIBRIUS offers a powerful and flexible solution to many subsea vibration and motion monitoring applications. The small size of the sensor allows easy fitting at multiple points along risers for applications where analysis of vortex induced vibration (VIV) is required.
For pipeline monitoring, the units can be installed at mounting points along the pipeline and the collected data recovered directly from the sensors by an ROV-mounted optical modem.
Learn more about VIBRIUS and its applications at this Booth #2039.