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MacArtney welder works on MERMAC eA skid (Photo: MacArtney)

MacArtney Puts First All-Electric eLARS into Production

in collaboration with MacArtney customers, features a number of eco-friendly benefits. Zero pressurized oil over water significantly reduces the risk of oil spillage, and energy efficiency is improved by more than 30% compared to hydraulic systems.The new eLARS aims to provide a low cost of ownership with Plug-and-Play mobilization, maintenance work reduced by up to 50% and cost-efficient spares with minimum lead times. Designed with a high degree of integrity, the actuation of the system is based on tried and tested MacArtney technology with built-in system redundancy and an emergency recovery mode.The

SMD Quantum EV. Photo: SMD

Remotely Operated Vehicles: Thinking out of the Box

powered systems, says Collins. This includes a new thruster, based on an enclosed magnetic gear box with only two moving parts, and a new HV DC transmission system. That means smaller diameter umbilicals can be used and down to 6,000 m, providing power to a 680v ring main DC system, that allows plug and play systems.It’s been designed to operate tethered or untethered with a battery as a resident system or deployed from manned or unmanned vessels. And, the design aims to allow easy build-in of future technologies, such as developments in artificial intelligence.Collins says the EV will have

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Miros RangeFinder Achieves Certification

spray, giving measurements with +/- 1-millimeter accuracy in all weather conditions. The sensor is dry-mounted, meaning no parts are submerged in water, eliminating problems with wear and fouling associated with submerged equipment.RangeFinder is available as an IoT-based sensor, meaning that it is truly plug-and-play, needing only power and an internet connection to provide secure local and remote real-time ocean state data to any device.The sensors can also be complimented with Cloud services from Miros, such as web displays, database integration, data processing and device management services, making

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Seatool’s Plug-and-Play Subsea HPU Range

Seatools offers a new range of subsea hydraulic power units (SHPUs) which come as true plug-and-play solutions.“We believe this new product range proposes a unique offering,” said Johan Sol, Business Development Manager at Seatools. “Complementing Seatools’ existing line of subsea hydraulic components, with the launch of this underwater hydraulic powerpack range we grow alongside existing customers and meet the needs of new customers.”The ready-to-roll powerpacks were designed to meet the demands of today’s subsea equipment and clients’ configuration requirement

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2G Robotics Unveils Micro Inspection Skid

, the all-in-one integrated Micro Inspection Skid delivers high accuracy inspection capabilities with subsea dynamic laser scanning to enable survey and inspection by low cost vehicles.Available for new and existing vehicles including the Saab Seaeye Falcon and the Seatronics VALOR, the skid features a plug-and-play design that comes fully calibrated and only requires mounting and connection to the vehicle's auxiliary power and communication channels. The 2G Robotics ViewLS Data Module enables users to combine navigation and laser data, and extract targets of interest into third party point cloud

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Vaisala Launches New Smart Probes

humidity measurement technology, which has become the industry standard in humidity measurement.All six new smart probes complement Vaisala’s existing Indigo product family. The digital Modbus RTU connection enables both easy integration into other systems and standalone usage. The probes are also plug-and-play compatible with Indigo 200 transmitters, which offer various additional benefits such as a display for data visualization, easy access to probe configuration, and more options for connectivity, supply voltage, and wiring. For on-site configuration, diagnostics, and self-calibration, the Indigo

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MacArtney Supplies Time Saving Solution to MMT

Underwater Technology earlier this year.MMT assists global industry leaders with a full range of customized marine surveys within the offshore energy industry whilst Norway based Reach Subsea boasts a comprehensive knowledge of subsea operations.The easy to install NEXUS MK C is a fully customized plug-and-play multiplexer for work class ROVs and is a mobilization time saver. Fitted to new ROVs or as an upgrade to existing systems it can handle data for ROV setups that require multiple cameras, sonars, attitude sensors, manipulators, cable and pipe trackers. The NEXUS MK C is the latest delivery

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New Handheld Control Pendant for ROV Navigation

, camera tilt angle, and camera lights, are mapped onto the pendant's control sticks and buttons, and other vehicle functions can be configured for clients' specific needs.True to SEAMOR's modular design philosophy, the pendant is an easy to add accessory to your SEAMOR system. Simply plug and play! A single button press enables or disables the pendant, allowing the pilot to switch back and forth between the handheld controller and the main consolepanel as needed. The pendant incorporates a fail-safe design that returns control back to the panel if the pendant becomes disconnected or loses

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Saab Seaeye Progresses Vehicle Residency

Logic’s R&D Manager, Lars Gunnar Hodnefjell, was part of the team that worked with Saab to integrate the Blue Logic 2kW charger into the Sabertooth.“It was a world class demonstration of flexibility and agility,” he said. “The experience really supported the ‘plug and play’ promise we offer our customers.&rdquo

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