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      ROSON for water depths up to 1,500 m


      For water depths up to 1,500 m, three types of ROSON are available:

      • The compact ‘ROSON 50’ with a pushing force of 50 kN consisting of a single wheel drive.
      • The compact ‘ROSON 2 x 50’ with a pushing force of 100 kN consisting of two stacked wheel drives.
      • The ‘ROSON 100’ with a pushing force of 100 kN consisting of a single wheel drive.
      • The 'ROSON 2 x100' with a pushing force of 200 kN consisting of two stacked wheel drives.

      The various ROSON systems come with an electric driven winch with self-tensioning for heave compensation. A CPT depth up to 50 m is feasible.  
      Data communication from the ROSON to deck level is achieved by a powerline connection through the umbilical. This is realized by a transducer at both ends of the umbilical. These transducers, called Icone Powerline Adapters, convert the Icone signal to a powerline signal and vice versa.
       

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