Repetitive fast plungers are a common problem in plunger lift causing costly damage to equipment and production downtime. A lubricator breach can lead to incident reports, spills and injuries. Hoping to avoid these issues, producers replace lubricator springs and plungers on a regular basis. In many cases, perfectly good equipment is being prematurely discarded, leading to wasted labor and equipment costs. Sasquatch gives you the power to reduce or even prevent these occurrences and prolongs the life of wellhead equipment by enabling detection of fast plungers long before they cause problems.
Sasquatch acts as a Modbus Slave, with an integrated RS-485 communications port. No SCADA? No problem! Up to 120 arrivals with date, time and velocity information are available to download right from the unit on-site. For best results, use Sasquatch in conjunction with the ALiEn²’s patented Adaptive Seeking Velocity Optimization™ to improve production. This intuitive algorithm reduces the need for operator intervention by making adjustments that are proportional to the current flow/close time.
ETC’s innovative line of plunger sensors provide advantages that no other plunger sensors offer, such as the ability to adjust sensitivity, upgrade software, and use real time data to troubleshoot problematic wells.
ALiEn²’s intelligent and effective optimization algorithms will help you achieve maximum production.
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|Supply Voltage||5 V – 24 V DC|
|Current Draw||Typ. – 9.05 mA, Max. – 13.3 mA|
|Switch Interface||Dry contact, normally open, 100 Ω impedance|
|Communications Interface||2 wire RS-485 Modbus Slave|
|Range||50 m/min to 1,000 m/min (164 ft/min to 3,281 ft/min)|
|Accuracy||+/- 8% @ 250 m/min (820 ft/min)|
|Operating Temperature||-40°C to +70°C (-40°F to +160°F)|
Class I, Zone 0, AEx ia IIC T4
Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D T4; Ex ia IIC T4
Class I, Zone 2, Group IIC T4
Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D T4