Real-Time Thermal Rating
Monitor the cable temperature in real time and calculate how long it takes to reach maximum thermal capacity.
ABOUT REAL-TIME THERMAL RATING
Extend the lifetime of your subsea power cable with RTTR.
With Real-Time Thermal Rating (RTTR) you can monitor the temperature in the core of the undersea cable in real time. In this way it is possible to calculate how long it takes to reach maximum thermal capacity. This let you better manage load and achieve peak efficiency, as well as identify what section of cable is getting too hot. This is a Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) based service.
“No more heated discussions about the thermal state of subsea cables.”
We take care of your
submarine power cables.
Get real-time actionable insights via the Marlinks dashboard.
Our dashboard allows you to quickly get an idea of all preffered offshore cable monitoring services. Continuously check the health of the submarine power cable to make smart decisions for reducing risks and costs. Integrate our dashboard in your SCADA system or view the parameters via the stand-alone dashboard in any web browser. As a monitoring partner you can download the reports to analyse or take it to the relevant stakeholders within your organisation.
RTTR Poster Award
Poster Award at WindEurope Copenhagen for RTTR monitoring.
Back in November 2021, our team won the conference poster award at the WindEurope event. In collaboration with Elia, we succeeded in challenging the industry standard and improving the time accuracy on how to calculate the core conductor temperature within subsea cables for the offshore wind industry.
SUBMARINE CABLE MONITORING SERVICES
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Marlinks guards your offshore power cables and empowers you to take monitoring to a whole new level and puts all this data, analytics and insights at your team’s fingertip. Enable your organization to keep risk low and save costs by making the right decisions.
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