Teledyne TSS’s Saturn AHRS and INS (Attitude and Heading Reference System and Inertial Navigation System) is now market ready. The Saturn product family is based upon fiber-optic technology developed and manufactured by Teledyne TSS. The family also incorporates advanced digital signal processing and algorithm design to deliver a highly accurate and reliable product to meet the demanding needs of the marine market.
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can be configured to interface to other onboard instrumentation. A portable system is also available, and can be used from ship to ship. The fiber optic technology allows nearly all electronics, except for the sensor LEDs, to be housed within the NEMA 4 enclosure. A temporary power cord is connected
to an accuracy specification of ±.25 percent for mass/ flow and ± 1 percent on vortex. The Bailey type VF Vortex Shedding Flowmeter features advanced fiber-optic technology for measuring volumetric flow of liquids, gases and steam. The device is suitable for high-temperature applications (up to 662°
family of advanced AHRS and INS (Inertial Navigation and Attitude and Heading Reference Systems) named Saturn at OI ’14. The Saturn family is based upon fiber-optic technology developed and manufactured by Teledyne TSS. The family also incorporates advanced digital signal processing and algorithm design to
in 2010. Delivering on short notice to customers in need is a Hallmark of this firm. Always at the forefront of technology, Teufelberger’s STRESSLESS DATA fiber optics technology facilitates the simple and well protected flow of data across aerial cableways and aerial passenger ropeways throughout the life
, with subsidiaries and distributors located worldwide. The Tech A new trend in connectors for marine technology applications is the use of fiber optic connectors. As increased bandwidth, more data and better quality audio/video is demanded, the use of fiber optics in these applications has grown
609-895-9890 Email: email@example.com Website: www.princetel.com CEO/President: Barry Zhang Number of Employees: 33 Princetel manufactures fiber optic rotary joints (fiber optic slip rings) to serve the geophysical industry. The company plays a key role as a supplier of electro-optic coupling
Siemens automation system consists of several workstations and monitoring stations and includes redundant main process stations communicating through a fiber optic network arranged in a circular way. All decentralized input- and output stations and several independent systems like the propulsion plant
A recent meeting of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects, held aboard the Princess Louise I, heard a paper entitled, "Fiber Optics for Shipboard Applications," by Donald Chambers, senior project engineer at Hughes Aircraft Company in Anaheim, Calif. Members and guests
Measuring horsepower, rpm and torque on rotating shafts by utilizing fiber optic sensors, the Digital Torque Meter System, developed by Instruments, Computers & Controls is flexible and highly reliable. Typically holding a NEMA 4 enclosure with shaft hp and rpm displays, the System is also available
Fiber-optics (FO) technology is finding new uses in subsea applications. Fiber allows longer transmission distances and higher data rates than copper — a fortuitous development, as offshore drilling moves to deeper depths. Petroleum exploration and production are also becoming smarter, as operators pursue
Focal Technologies, a Moog Inc. company, has 32 years experience in the marine industry, specializing in providing electrical slip rings, fiber optic rotary joints, hydraulic utility swivels and fiber optic multiplexer solutions for the worldwide marine industry including ROV, seismic, FPSO turret and
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