WIRELESS WELL ANALYZER

Wireless Remote Gun


The Wireless Remote Gas Gun utilizes a high-performance microphone with an excellent signal-to-noise ratio along with a 12 cubic inch volume chamber.A solenoid valve releases gas from the gas gun volume chamber into the well.The solenoid is operated automatically from the wireless system.• Fires remotely or manually• Designed for use with the wireless system•1500 PSI working pressure• High-performance microphone• 12 cubic inch volume chamber• 1500 PSI pressure gauge• 1500 PSI internal pressure transducer

Wireless Horseshoe Dynamometer

The 4" wireless horseshoe transducer will accurately measure polished rod load and position. This data is processed by the Total Asset Monitor (TAM) software to obtain a surface dynamometer card and pump card. The loads and horsepower requirements of the surface dynamometer card and the pump card are both shown in the software analysis. A traveling valve and standing valve test can be performed. The standing valve test measures the polished rod load when the rods are supported by the liquid in the tubing. A comparison of the measured load to the calculated buoyant rod weight is an excellent check that the well's rod data are entered correctly. The traveling valve and standing valve tests allow the calculation of pump intake pressure, pump leakage, traveling valve and plunger performance and standing valve leakage performance. Gearbox loading is calculated by software using the polished rod load and position data. The counterweight moment must be calculated using the known properties of the cranks, counterweights and counterweight positions or the counterweight moment can be determined by measurement of the counterbalance effect using the accurate 4" horseshoe transducer. Gearbox loading and a permissible load diagram are calculated and displayed.


Wireless Polished Rod Transducer (WPRT)

The Wireless Polished Rod Transducer is a popular and versatile transducer used to acquire accurate polished rod dynamometer data with minimal effort. The data gathered by the device allows for the software analysis of polished rod power requirement, pumping unit beam loadings, rod loadings, and pump performance.
• 30 seconds to install
• Position of plunger in pump barrel is unchanged, generating more accurate well performance data

Wireless Pressure Transducer

The Pressure Transducer has a rugged design and is accurate over a wide range of temperatures
• Built-in thermistor that measures transducer temperature
• All pressure measurements temperature compensated
The pressure transducer element is constructed of extremely corrosion-resistant Elgiloy material and utilizes thin-film sensor diaphragm technology.
The thin film Wheatstone bridge is applied to the diaphragm using a physical vapor deposition process to form a tight molecular bond with the sensor diaphragm.
This type of transducer is rugged, long-lived, and offers good accuracy over a wide range of temperatures.
The Wireless Pressure Sensor is powered by long-lasting rechargeable batteries. The wireless radio transmission range is approximately 400 feet line of sight.
The pressure transducer can be easily re-zeroed at the beginning of each test.
The pressure transducer and associated electronics have stability for measurement of better than 0.1-PSI resolution with a pressure transducer having a rating of 1,500 PSI.

The Wireless Base Station and TAM Software

The Base Station allows simultaneous acquisition of liquid level, dynamometer, power and pressure records as controlled by the user via the TAM software either at the laptop or at the sensor location• Improved Experience at Well• Easier and Faster Installation• Easier Software Navigation• GPS for Automatic Well Selection• Simultaneous Fluid Level and Dynamometer• Safer Operation• Enhanced Analysis OptionsReal-Time Surface and Pump DynamometerReal-Time Pump Animation• Flexible Dynamometer and Acoustic Overlays• Dynamometer Playback and Video Generation


Wireless Power Probe

The Wireless Power Current Voltage Transducer measures motor power and current in order to determine the overall system efficiency.The wireless transducer is used to measure motor power, voltage, and current.The amount of power that the motor uses can be measured and compared to the amount of theoretical power required to lift liquid from the net liquid level depth (obtained from an acoustic liquid level test) to determine the overall system efficiency. This is very important for determining wells that are candidates for improved operation. A conventional beam pumped well usually has an overall electrical efficiency of approximately 50%. Wells operating at low efficiencies can be further analyzed to determine the proper procedure to improve operations









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