Ship indicator panel 8001

ship indicator panel
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Application domain
for ships
alarm, system


The type 8001 Alarm Annunciator is designed specifically for the marine industry. It is a compact, solid state alarm panel for operation with digital (on-off) sensors. Operating voltage is 12VDC through 32VDC nominal, direct from ships batteries or from regulated power supplies. Highly visible engraved displays offer a large white engraving surface which becomes a brilliant red when turned on. Either 16 or 32 alarm points are provided per alarm annunciator. The 32 point annunciator has backlit displays sized 0.85"(22 mm) x 2.5"(63 mm). The 16 point annunciator has backlit displays sized 1.85"(47 mm) x 2.5"(63 mm). Computerized dimming control is provided. The dimmer has been designed to be very adjustable in the low intensity region for greater control at night on the bridge. The lenses are front removable without tools. The fuse is accessible from the rear of the annunciator. All PC boards have computer generated artwork, and are cleaned, conformal coated and tested prior to shipment. Features 16 or 32 alarm points per flush mount enclosure. Displays are backlit with long life LED’s and engraved to suit. Dimmer controls are built in. Microprocessor controlled logic. Incoming faults are captured (after time delay) and auto reset when acknowledged and fault is cleared. Displays are RED when a fault is displayed and white when inactive. Essential and semi-essential horn and beacon outputs are included. New alarms flash red until acknowledged and remain steady on until reset. Audible alarms can be silenced without acknowledging visual alarm.


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