Physically, the 3DM-DH3 is easily mounted into the drill string using its body’s threading attachments. It can be tethered to an RS-422 communication cable for continuous real-time measurements to a host computer during drilling operations, or it can be remotely deployed and run as a datalogger, with data retrieval after it has been run through the drill path. The unit can be powered through the communication cable tether from a platform source or by batteries.
The 3DM-DH3 has measurment accuracy of +/-0.2 degrees inclination and +/-0.5 degrees azimuth.
The 3DM-DH3 has a four-wire full-duplex RS-422 serial communication interface.
Yes. A Windows XP/Vista/7 compatible software is shipped the product. The software allows the user to configure, operate, display and save data from the sensor.
The 3DM-DH3 will operate within a temperature range of - 40 degrees C to 125 degrees C.
The 3DM-DH3 provides accurate drill path measurements including Inclination, Azimuth, GTF, MTF, Dip Angle, sensor temperatures, G-TOT and H-TOT.
Yes. The FAS-A comes with an analog output cable and will output its pitch and roll measurements as a linearly proportional voltage (0 to 4.096 volts full scale).