|Street||462 Hwy 331|
|Zip/Postal Code||B4V 0H4|
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New unit for 1500 USD
With thousands of systems sold around the world over the past 15 years, the CD52 pig signaller has developed a strong reputation in the industry for its reliability and durability in even the harshest environments.
The CD52 Bandit is a non-intrusive pig signaller which uses either permanent magnets or active transmitters mounted onto the pig to detect passage from 0.022 to 45.73 mph (0.01m/s to 20 m/s).
A relay closure on passage allows the Bandit to be interfaced to a wide variety of systems including SCADA, PLC’s, lights, horns, etc.
FOR OVER TEN YEARS, THE CD52 BANDIT has meant simple, reliable, and durable pipeline pig passage detection in the world’s most demanding environments. Non-intrusive – The CD52 Bandit provides quick and easy non-intrusive pig passage detection of any pig moving between 0.01 and 20 meters per second. Non-intrusive means less maintenance and corrosion, and no possibilities of pipeline leaks. Quick and Easy Installation – No hot-tapping required. The CD52 Bandit can be installed in minutes by any field technician. Sensing Means of the CD52 Bandit consist of a set of patented, non-intrusive proprietary noise-canceling antennas invented by CDI specifically for pig passage detection. This antenna system gives the Bandit its ability to reject nearby magnetic noise and halt costly false-positive triggering. A small, safe, permanent magnet or active transmitter installed on a pig is all it takes to put the Bandit to work! Field Proven – We have been manufacturing our patented CD52 family of pig signalers for a decade. With thousands of systems installed around the globe, the CD52 family has a reliable performance record in burning deserts, frozen tundras, and every environment in between. Many of our customers are large oil and gas producers who rely upon the CD52 family of equipment to set valves, control pump stations, and communicate with SCADA systems. Remote Signaling of a passage is easy with a built-in flashing LCD visual display and dry-contact relays. These normally-open or normally-closed relays may be used in conjunction with existing SCADA systems to integrate the CD52-Bandit into a pipeline control and signaling network. An optional array of four high-luminosity LEDs (shown here) can be seen over distances as great as 100 meters (328 feet).