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T-Count Wireless Counting Sheave Block

T Count Specification

T-Count Wireless Counting Sheave Block

Tcount has been developed to meet the needs of Oceanographers, Hydrographers & Surveyors who require an accurate measurement of deployed cable in conjunction with, for example, sidescan sonar, sub bottom profilers or any other instrumentation deployed on cables.

Tcount is a reliable and accurate system for measuring the length of cable passing over a snatch-block. Designed to overcome the unreliability of systems using a deck lead, a radio link is used to display the count on a compatible PC, or the optional hand-held receiver. This innovative approach allows the operator more confidence when access in bad weather conditions prevents maintenance or repair at sea

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Tcount has been developed to meet the needs of Oceanographers, Hydrographers & Surveyors who require an accurate measurement of deployed cable in conjunction with, for example, sidescan sonar, sub bottom profilers or any other instrumentation deployed on cables.

Tcount is a reliable and accurate system for measuring the length of cable passing over a snatch-block. Designed to overcome the unreliability of systems using a deck lead, a radio link is used to display the count on a compatible PC, or the optional hand-held receiver. This innovative approach allows the operator more confidence when access in bad weather conditions prevents maintenance or repair at sea

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