ParaComm™ Data Processing Panel, Ex Zone 2

ParaComm™ Data Processing Panel, Ex Zone 2

The ParaComm™ Data Processing (DP) Panel is the heart of the Slick-E-Line® system. It processes depth and tension from the ParaSheave™, and data to and from downhole tools, as well as sending commands from the ParaOffice™ logging software via the ParaComm™ Antenna to the downhole tools (e.g. triggers, logging tools, bailer tools, setting tools etc.). The DP Panel also sets the new industry standard for ultra-precision, safety and control for Paradigm’s latest innovation of electronic controlled e-Winch® units, another step change in operational efficiency.

Alternative variants are available, including Ex Zone 1 and IECEx versions.


  • Bi-directional communication between DP panel and Slick-E-Line® downhole tools
  • Digital and analogue display of depth, speed and tension
  • Certified models for Rigsafe or zone-2 areas
  • Visualization of toolstring position in well
  • Job performance monitoring
  • Programmable alarm and shutdown limits
  • Manual winch control by joystick or screen buttons
  • Automated speed, tension, jarring, logging
  • Constant Speed and Tension


  • Visualization of sensor data e.g. CCL, Well pressure and temperature
  • Line tension prediction
  • Wireless RemoteRigUpControl


  • Intuitive graphic control interface
  • Infinite controllability of the electric drive systems for ultra-slow or instantaneous winch response
  • Real time data communication and control from remote office for operational support and quality control
  • Remote winch control and diagnostics from any well- or office location for maintenance or operational support
  • Recording of Line history and -fatigue monitoring
  • Real time data communication with logging system at remote office or control room, reducing number of supervisors at location
  • Advanced safety to prevent emergency stop for overpull or other unsafe situations (e.g. surface operations)
  • Advanced operational safety by real-time display of predicted vs. actual line tension
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