IP44 Ship Whistle Controller Marine Boat Accessory Heating Control
|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1Set|
|Packaging Details:||Standard export package|
|Delivery Time:||20-30 days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
|Product Name:||Ship Whistle Controller||Power Supply:||AC220V/DC24V|
|Environment Temperature::||-10C ~ +55C||Relative Humidity::||< RH95%|
|IP Class:||IP20/IP22/IP44||Hull Material:||ABS|
Whistle Controller Marine Boat Accessory,
IP44 Marine Boat Accessory,
DC24V Whistle Controller Marine Boat Accessory
Ship Whistle Controller With CCS Cert Auto Tone Options Black Whistle Heating Control
|Power Supply:||AC220V (110v- -240V)1A|
|or DC24V (18V--36V) 4A|
|Solenoid output voltage:||DC220V|
|Solenoid output power:||≤80W|
|Hull material:||Iron alloy|
The whistle controller is a product used for making the whistle producing cycled and peridical acoustic and optical signals. Complied with the CCS regulations, this controller suits for various vessels. Adopted the micro-processing control technology, the controller has PVC panel and micro-switch. Having two installation types the mounting way and the wall way, this controller operates easily and looks perfect.
One long / 2 min two longs / 2min one long two shorts / 2 min
One long three shorts / 2 min one short one long one short/ 1 min one short/ 1 min
Manual Tone: produced by the panel key or externally connected key
External Control Input: control contacts from the G/A panel
Solenoid Control: output voltage to control the solenoid
Whistle heating control
LSA rules stipulate that the general alarm signal is generated by the ship's horn or steam whistle and additional electric bell or small diaphragm electric
or other equivalent alarm systems, but the way the signal is triggered and issued is not clearly defined. Considering
Considering the requirement that "the alarm system can be activated and sent continuously until it is manually shut down or temporarily interrupted by the message of the wired broadcast system", it is easy to make the alarm signal sound.
information is temporarily interrupted", it is easy to understand that the universal emergency alarm signal must be triggered and issued in an automatic manner.
It is easy to understand that the universal emergency alarm signal must be triggered and issued in an automatic manner, and is hereby unified and explained.
The horn or siren, as a necessary part of the general alarm signal, can be automatically triggered and sounded.
This is already possible in the ship electrical system technology and has been applied in a considerable number of ships.
It is technically possible in the ship's electrical system and has been used on a considerable number of ships. Ships often choose electric bells or equivalent to send general alarm signals to living quarters and machinery premises.
The horn and whistle are used to signal outside the living quarters and machinery premises.
As amended in 2006, Article 6.4.3 of the Convention was changed to "The signal shall be audible in all living quarters and normal ship's
The system shall be audible in all living quarters and normal ship's working quarters, and on passenger ships, the universal emergency alarm system shall be audible on all open
on all open decks." It is understood that on cargo ships, the open deck is not a priority area for
immediate automatic notification area. In fact, crew members in the living quarters who hear the electric bell and need to notify crew members on
The function is essentially satisfied by manually sounding the horn or siren in the bridge after the crew in the living quarters has heard the electric bell and needs to notify the crew on the open deck.
The requirement of the function is substantially satisfied by manually sounding the horn or siren from the bridge.
Therefore, if the ship's horn and whistle are not automatically triggered during the PSC inspection, it is not recommended to treat them as defects.
The focus of the inspection can be on the actual arrangement and maintenance of the horn and siren and electric bell or small diaphragm electric siren or other equivalent alarm systems.
The inspection may focus on the actual arrangement and maintenance of the alarm system, and if necessary, conduct a test of the general alarm signal
to verify its function of notifying the crew.
|IP Class: IP20|
|Light Blub power: AC220V / DC24V|
|Hull Material:Aluminum Panel and steel bottom case|