IP44 Marine Boat Accessory Single Engine Telegraph System AC220V
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|Main Engine Telegraph System
|-10C ~ +55C
Marine Single Engine Telegraph System,
Single Engine Telegraph System AC220V,
CCS Single Engine Telegraph System
Marine Main Engine Telegraph System Single Engine Telegraph Transmitter CCS Cert
|AC220V (110V-240V) /0.2A
|-10C ~ +55C
|Passive contacts for alarm output with the capacity of
AC250V/1A or DC36V/1A .
|With measures against vibration, humidity, salt fog and mildew.
|Double engine telegraph transmitter
|single engine telegraph transmitter
|engine telegraph transmitter
|double engine telegraph repeater
|single engine telegraph repeater
|Wheel house unit
|Audible and visual alarm unit
The Telegraph System CL series is designed for sending and answering rotation rate and execution status of the main engine between wheelhouse and engine room. Adopted the microprocessor technology, the telegraph features with easy operation and cable-saving. It's a good choice for all kinds of vessels as main engine telegraph and spare engine telegraph.
1. Gear Position
CL series telegraph has 11 gear positions:Full, Half, Slow, Dead slow, Standby, Stop, Fin, Dead slow, Slow, Half, Full. Once the transmitter didn't synchronize with the receiver, the light flashes along with the alarming sound. If synchronized, the lights are always on.
2. Power failure alarm
If the main power (AC220V) failed, it will automatically turn to DC24V along with audible and visual alarm and closing contact output. Once the main power gained, alarming sound disappeared.
Press the test key more than 2s to choose the suitable light.
4. Error alarm
The alarm LED of the transmitter,receiver and repeater will flash and the built-in buzzers will sound and output close contact when the engine operates in the wrong way. Error corrected, the alarm stopped.
5. Unlock key
Press unlock key first when make orders, operate within 5s otherwise unlock again.
Press K2 key to make transmitter or receiver stay unlock.
If no answers, indicator flashes with buzzer sounding. Mute key in transmitter can silent the buzzing.
If answer correctly, the indicator is on always without buzzing.
Generally speaking, the preparation time before the ship starts sailing is usually between half an hour and six hours. The preparation includes: power supply preparation; clock and car clock calibration; rudder calibration; warm-up; preparation of each power system; turning, rushing and test run. The purpose of the test drive is: to check whether the starting system, commutation device, fuel injection system, oil volume adjustment mechanism and governor work normally.
The pilot conveys this instruction to the cabin engine operator through the car clock. The ship's log and the engine log should make accurate records of this process, so that the relevant authorities can identify the facts and distinguish the responsibility when the ship occurs. Some countries stipulate that the time of giving the order to prepare the car is the time of sailing, so according to the Hague Rules and other provisions, the carrier should make the ship seaworthy at the time of giving the order to prepare the car at the latest.