Navigation light panel conv.

Technical description

ELECTRIC

Panel voltages: 230 V ± 10 % 50 / 60 Hz ±  5 %; 110 V ±  10 % 50 / 60 Hz ±  5 %; 24 V DC ±  20% (separate or common supply)

HOUSING

Black powder coated

DESCRIPTION

The panel consists of a front plate with switches, indicators and a casing fitting to the front plate. Inside the casing there is the electronic detector and the internal voltage processor. The light circuits are fed via serial terminals located inside the casing. The terminals are numbered. The connecting scheme can be seen from the individually supplied terminal plan

DETECTOR UNIT

The supervision of the lights is being effected by indirect measurement of the lamp current. There is no electrical connection between the lamp circuit and the detector unit. In case of failure of the detector the navigation and signalling lights remain functioning. There is no voltage drop in the lamp circuit by the electronic detector. With the light switched on, proper functioning of the circuit is monitored by two LED s. The brightness of the LED s can be dimmed, however, reduction to zero is prevented. If the lamp circuit is defective (e.g. bulb blown, cable cut, short circuit) the LED will start flashing. Simultaneously an acoustic alarm signal has to be acknowledged (see alarm reset). Printing and colour of frontplate according to your requirements

APPLICATION

Ships where navigation lights are to be monitored

APPROVALS

Type approvals available from all important classification societies. To allow selecting admissable type please advise class in your enquiry

MOUNTING

After having secured the front plate the mechanical installation is completed (4 screws)

FRONT PLATE

Natural or mat black anodized. All RA L colours available at additional charges

MOUNTING DEPTH

260 mm + 100 mm to allow changing of print card

RADIO INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION

IEC 60945

ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

The terminal plan supplied with each unit indicates the sequence in which the lights to be monitored have to be connected. Terminals for voltage supply to the light circuits and the unit itself are also indicated. One instruction manual with connecting and wiring scheme is included

VOLTAGE SUPPLY TO THE PANEL

The internal voltage processor supplies the control electronic system with DC . For supply to the internal voltage processor see panel voltages

IMPORTANT

For units with input voltage monitoring, systems voltage supply to the unit has to be cut off prior to removing print cards because cards of monitoring system are independent on master switch position

ALARM RESET

When pressing the push button ”reset”, the audible alarm is acknowledged. In case of another circuit failing the audible alarm is re-activated. The visible alarm keeps on flashing unitl the fault is repaired or the defective circuit is switched off

STANDARD

  • Input voltage monitoring
  • 3 Potential-free contacts for external alarm
    • Failure of individual lantern
    • Failure of lantern voltage
    • Failure of panel voltage
  • Alarm Test

AVAILABLE VARIANTS

  • Automatic switch-over between 2 identical lantern voltages
  • Interface for voyage data recorder
  • Different voltages between main and standby lights (24 V and 110 V or 24 V and 230 V) limited to 8 circuits

Navigation light panel conv.

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The purpose of the panel is to switch, monitoring and fuse navigation and signalling lights. It consists of a frontplate (standard colour black, other colours available) with switches, indicators and a casing fitted to the frontplate. Inside the casing there is the electronic detector and the internal voltage processor. The light circuits are fed via serial terminals located inside or outside the casing depending on type of panel. The terminals are numbered. The connection scheme can be from the individually supplied terminal plan.