Phoenix xt150 High-Temperature Downhole Monitoring System for ESPs

Protect ESP integrity and optimize well performance

The Phoenix xt150 high-temperature downhole monitoring system for ESPs monitors downhole pressure, temperature, current leakage, and vibration, providing comprehensive data needed to protect ESP system integrity and optimize well performance. 

Collect and transmit data

This system incorporates state-of-the-art, high-temperature microelectronics and reliable digital telemetry and communicates with the surface through the ESP motor cable. The electrical system has a tolerance for high phase imbalance and the capacity to handle voltage spikes.

Configure options

Phoenix xt150 system gauges are available in two configurations. Both measure intake pressure and temperature, motor oil or motor winding temperature, vibration, and current leakage. The second one also measures pump discharge pressure, which is used in evaluating pump performance. 

Monitor and control

Either the UniConn universal site controller or the Instruct all-in-one acquisition and control unit can be connected to the Phoenix xt150 system to provide remote access and control from a single platform. The data can be further integrated with the Schlumberger LiftWatcher real-time surveillance service for round-the-clock surveillance of all monitored parameters via satellite. 

The system is SCADA ready and has a MODBUS protocol terminal with RS232 and RS485 ports for continuous data output.

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