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SUBSEA POWER

INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS POWERING PROGRESS ON THE SEA FLOOR

Subsea Energy Node

SUBSEA POWER NODE / POWER & UUV RECHARGING

Speci?cations • Teledyne ejector driven

POWER

ENERGY SKID DIMENSIONS reactant (EDR) fuel cell system 100 Kwh 8kW, Continuous 1.2 x 1.2 x 1.5 m • Power: 16kW (continuous) • Voltage output: 400 to 600 Vdc (regulated) • Grid balancing capable • Energy storage: 600 kWh

Reactant Subsea tested storage components: • Mass target: 3,370 kg (H2/O2) Teledyne ODI Wet • Buoyant negative fueled,

Mate electrical, buoyant positive empty optical and reactant • Skid: 3.7m x 1.5m x 1.2m transfer connectors (energy and • Operating depth: 3000m data transfer)

Teledyne benthos acoustic modem

Ejector drive reactant (EDR) fuel cell

Hybridization/ system module power conditioning module

Watch more at vimeo.com/249853952 10707 Gilroy Road Dr. Thomas Valdez

Hunt Valley, MD 21031-1311 Manager

U.S.A. Chemical Systems

P: +1.410.771.8600 P: +1.410.891.2372 www.teledynees.com F: +1.410.771.8618 thomas.i.valdez@teledyne.com

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