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OceanTools launches new C-Level Subsea Digital Display

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OceanTools, global supplier of underwater technology, launch the new C-Level Subsea Digital Display adding to their range of high specification subsea technology


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The C-Level is an ROV or diver deployed digital level that may be used to measure and display the inclination angle of underwater structures or mooring lines. An integrated inclination measurement and display unit, it combines the functionality of an OceanDISP subsea display and OceanTILT precision attitude sensor. The measured angle is shown in real time on a high visibility LED matrix display.

Building on the success of the DISTIL display and tilt sensor, it has a 300 m depth rated acetal housing with anodized aluminium front plate and acrylic window. The unit has an integral 3.6 Ah rechargeable battery pack, which is ample to power it for a full working day.

Custom handle options are available to aide deployment by ROV or diver. Mounting block guides can be fitted to the base to allow it to sit on a mooring chain or wire and measure the angle of the mooring, with a magnet base option also available.

Brian Hector (Technical Sales Manager) at OceanTools, said: “We are delighted with the design of our C-Level as it utilises tried and tested technologies already used in other products. We have developed the product in response to customer requirements in a wide range of subsea engineering applications and we are confident that these can be fulfilled by the C-Level”

The C-Level can be deployed in any subsea engineering project requiring a high level of accuracy including construction, maintenance and decommissioning.

The C-Level Subsea Digital Display is the latest addition to the extensive range of pioneering underwater technology including the company’s DyeTection Systems and Subsea Cameras and Lights.

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