SDA ROC monitor - dive chambers
The SDA rate of change (ROC) monitor is used to determine the rate at which pressure is changing in a dive chamber, in order to avoid hazardous levels of decompression. It is used on some of the world's most advanced diving systems including a new build vessel for the BP Exploration Shah Deniz II project in the Caspian Sea.
The Canadian Fleet Diving Unit say "We use the SDA range on our recompression chambers. They have been working very well for us, maintenance is minimal and they do a great job of monitoring the environment inside the chambers."
Key features of the SDA rate of change (ROC) monitor for dive chambers
- Fully flexible - the alarm constants can be changed to suit different chamber types and two thresholds can be selected (meters/feet of sea water per minute or meters/feet of sea water per hour)
- Complies with DNV Offshore Standard 402
- Available with datalogging
- The rate at which depth is changing
Where can it be used?
The SDA ROC monitor can be attached to a habitation chamber, hyperbaric lifeboat or diving bell. The alarm can be changed to suit different chamber sizes and configurations.
Spares and accessories
|XK0-662||24V DC UK plug panel mount power supply 40W|
|XK0-667||24V DC universal plug panel mount power supply 40W|
|XK0-447K||SDA CO2 5001 USN compatibiity plate (SDA O2)|
Replacement CO sensor (SDA CO)
|MECCOBBBP||MEC CO module (0 to 20ppm)|
|2533-1005||Power supply filter for bridge and deck zone use (Lloyds test spec 1 compliance)|
|SDAMONCON||SDA Phoenix connector pack|
|SDAOMCURRENT||4-20mA output module with 2 off relays|