Ship power management system PMS

ship power management system
ship power management system
ship power management system
ship power management system
ship power management system
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Description

The Mega-Guard Power Management Sytem (PMS) is an advanced system for full automation of power plant, including power management, diesel engine control, generator control, synchronizing, generator protection and optional diesel engine safety system. Each generator set is equipped with its own independent and autonomous PMS system. This ensures the highest degree of reliability and availability. The Mega-Guard PMS is supplied as a complete product and no additional components are needed for automation of a low voltage switchboard up to 690VAC. The graphic display clearly indicates breaker status (open/closed), generator power, generator voltage, generator current, power factor, busbar voltage and frequency. The standard Mega-Guard PMS is very easy to configure during installation. A user friendly menu driven user interface is available on the graphic display of the PMS. Parameters such as generator power, number of generators, position of bus tie breaker, busbar nominal voltage, alarm limits, diesel/shaft/shore generator etc. can easily be filled in. The Mega-Guard PMS can be extended with: Safety system for diesel engine. Check synchronizer with back-up measurement of kW, V, A, Hz and Cos φ. Analog control for frequency and voltage.

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Exhibitions

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EUROPORT 2023
EUROPORT 2023

7-10 Nov 2023 Rotterdam (Netherlands) Hall Vide - Stand 3302

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    METSTRADE 2023
    METSTRADE 2023

    15-17 Nov 2023 Amsterdam (Netherlands) Stand 11.730

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