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Today, alarm and display systems occupy an important position on ships. The skipper needs to keep an eye on a constantly growing number of diverse systems. Boning Automations Technologies compact monitoring systems contribute to operational safety by vizualizing all relevant data at a glance. The modular, decentralized system monitors, controls and visualizes the conditions of ship data and systems necessary for safe operation. This includes, for example; Main engines and generators, DIsplay of the power management system's data, tanks, fire, bildge, service and transfer pumps, Bilge alarms, doors and hatches. Monitoring and control of navigation lights, Integration of CCTV cameras, Conning oage Monitored data are compiled accoriding to customer specifications and this can be expanded to nearly any number.

Depending on their significance, changes in conditions, as well as pre and main alarms are signaled by various means. Thus, some changes in conditions are signaled optically only, while others are reported by a short acoustic signal. Through this, attention is directed to a change in condition when the helm is manned. When critical operation conditions are reached, alert messages are signaled acoustically by a whistle and optically by flashing of the measuring point. By reporting GPS data through a serial interface, the \"ground speed\" is made available to the system. Depending on this speed, some of these reports trigger alarms when a predefined speed is exceeded. During harbor operation, these parameters are displayed as status messages, but during sea operation they are monitored as alarms.

The significance of individual measuring points and the display or reporting of changes in condition and alarms is indicated and can be adjusted individually by the customer. All relevant ship data are read and processed by decentralized data stations and are afterwards transmitted by redundant CAN bus lines. The measured data are displayed by display systems with 6.5\", 8.8\", 15\" or 19\" screen diameters. All display systems can be read with ease by daylight as well as in darknesss and are also suitable for outdoor use. A standardized, glare-free nighttime-use design with automatic dimming increases ease of operation. The system is controlled via touchscreen or alternatively via trackball or rotary key panel.

In addition to visualization, the following basic components are available for data acquisition and control:
• AHD-SAS 15 data station for the acquisition of 15 analog sensors.
• AHD-PS 15 data station for the acquisition of 15 binary sensors.
• AHD-PS 30 data station for the acquisition of 30 binary sensors.
• AHD-PS 47 data station for the acquisition of 47 binary sensors.
• AHD-882 centralized data distribution and\/or stand-by alarm system.
• AHD-R101 relay station with 15 outputs.
• AHD-DPU central processing unit with 6x CAN-Bus and 28 I\/O channels.
• AHD-UCC CAN converter.
• AHD-UIC communication module Mod-Bus\/NMEA (RS422\/RS484\/serial).

As a manufacturer, we offer a robust technology, developed specifically for maritime use. Our products have already been installed on more than 2,000 commercial ships, often through well-known OEM partners, and they meet all standards of the leading classification societies. We offer a complete system- from sensor, to data processing tier, to front end - \"Made in Germany\" by a single manufacturer.

Manufacturer: Boning Automation