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The Integrated Automation Systems

VISTA® AUTOMATION

CAMOS® 6809/2000

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HOTLINE | SPARE PARTS | SERVICE | NEW BUILD AND RETROFIT PROJECTS


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About Us

More than 100 years ago H.M. Stein Sohn started with the development of ship automation systems.

H.M. Stein Sohn was one of the leading German manufacturers of Integrated Automation Systems for all kind of vessels. All products and systems are designed for deployment on the high seas and fulfil the high safety requirements of all major Classification Societies.

H.M. Stein Sohn is operating world-wide and is co-operating with a large network of partners. They are represented at all major shipbuilding locations around the world with references from more than 10.000 installations on vessels. H.M. Stein Sohn GmbH has been sold by Interschalt AG on February 2007.

 

Maresystems GmbH takes over the automation business of Interschalt

The owner-managed company maresystems GmbH located in Hamburg/Germany has taken over the further development, manufacturing, distribution and service of Interschalt’s maritime systems GmbH for CAMOS® 6809/2000 and VISTA® AUTOMATION integrated monitoring and alarm systems on March 1, 2017.

Maresystems, as a specialist for professional worldwide maritime services, will remain a key long-term production supplier of ship automation systems and is pleased to provide you with a far-reaching solution for maintaining, producing and retrofitting automation systems. At maresystems, the monitoring and alarm segment VISTA® and CAMOS® represents a strategic addition of the line of maritime navigation, radio communication, ship automation and ballast water management.

The maresystems team is well familiar with Interschalt automation systems and will be able to support you from the same location in Schönberg with the proven high-quality work, regardless of where you are.

Scope of delivery

Hotline, Spare Parts & Service

Our hotline service offers competent and quick assistance and rapid spare parts without any administrative delay or ticket system. We keep a large assortment of high-quality spare parts in our large warehouse.

Easy plug and play of components done by the crew saves money instead of paying for expensive travel and service time.

New build & retrofit projects

We offer cost effective retrofitting and complete automation systems.

We take care of the whole project, from the first ideas and meetings with the customer including installation and commissioning.

 

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Team

As a team we work for maresystems and are glad to continue the development, manufacturing, distribution and service for the well-known CAMOS® and VISTA® integrated monitoring and alarm systems.

<strong>Dipl.-Ing. Michael Steinbach</strong>

Dipl.-Ing. Michael Steinbach

SALES MANAGER & CEO
<strong>Dipl.-Ing. Klaus Puck</strong>

Dipl.-Ing. Klaus Puck

BRANCH OFFICE & SERVICE MANAGER
<strong>Martin Lengwenat</strong>

Martin Lengwenat

AFTER-SALES MANAGER
<strong>Matthias Meyer</strong>

Matthias Meyer

SERVICE ENGINEER
<strong>Dipl.-Ing. Michael Steinbach</strong>

Dipl.-Ing. Michael Steinbach

SALES MANAGER & CEO
<strong>Dipl.-Ing. Klaus Puck</strong>

Dipl.-Ing. Klaus Puck

BRANCH OFFICE & SERVICE MANAGER
<strong>Martin Lengwenat</strong>

Martin Lengwenat

AFTER-SALES MANAGER
<strong>Matthias Meyer</strong>

Matthias Meyer

SERVICE ENGINEER
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VISTA® AUTOMATION

vista-automation-logo  is an integrated automation system to monitor and control ships operating technical processes in the engine room space for the watch-free operation. The system can also be used as a ship control system.

Each system is constructed for well-defined tasks with the claim of a maximum of reliability.

MODULAR SYSTEM
CENTRALIZED / DENCENTRALIZED CONFIGURATION
WATCH FREE OPTERATIONS BY XAS
FULLY GRAPHIC USER INTERFACE

VISTA® AUTOMATION has a modular, hierarchical and scalable system architecture with different redundant levels of control and operator units to guarantee failsafe operation as well as effective installation.

The highest level in the VISTA® AUTOMATION hierarchy consists of the process control stations, based on one or several single working places with a high-quality computer, keyboard, trackball, high resolution colour monitor and an uninterruptible power supply (UPS).

The communication between the process control stations to the next level in the VISTA® AUTOMATION hierarchy uses the high performance Process Control System Bus.

The process control stations are connected to independent process stations.
The process stations are designed as

  • Alarm and Monitoring Stations and
  • Control and Monitoring Stations.
Both types consist of a high-quality embedded computer system with failsafe parameter storage.

Their own optional user Process Control Panel (PCP) for alarm, monitoring and remote control allows the usage of the process stations fully independent of the process control stations.

The process stations can be connected to the distributed process I/O nodes as well as to third-party systems using the standard Process I/O fieldbus with Modbus RTU protocoll.

Together with the process stations the independent and distributed Extension Alarm System (XAS) and the alarm printers are allocated to the Extension Alarm System Bus.

The Extension Alarm System consists of up to 16 panels for ECR, wheelhouse and accommodation. The XAS notifies the engineer on duty in case of alarm including fire alarm and engineer call.

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Your Benefits

 

5 Years Free Spare Parts Service For I/O Modules

Based on our high quality standard, we can offer to replace any input / output nodes free of charge for a period of 5 years (only for future new projects).

Paperless Alarm Printer

The electronic alarm registration (paperless printer) is used as a replacement for the alarm printer and approved by Lloyd’s Register.

Simple Operation, Easy To Learn

The operation of the system is menu guided and fulfils all operating comfort requirements and ergonomics. All present alarms can be seen at a glance and can thus be identified even in stress situations. Only short periods of training.

Components Replaceable In 30 Seconds

All I / O nodes can be replaced during operation, without any special training or tools. At a flick of the wrist, the system is in operation once again. No restart, no parametrization.

Quick, Low-cost Installation And Commissioning

All components are pre-configurated and ready for instant operation, standard on-board cables are used for the system wiring, making installation and commissioning of the system quick and uncomplicated. Particularly low cost for installation and commissioning.

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The Concept
Monitoring and Control

The VISTA® AUTOMATION process control system makes it possible to observe and control the entire operation of the ship in clear, graphic representations. The hierarchical colored graphics allow to visualize all the details of the ship’s operation, localize and control them based on access rights.

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Standard Functions:

  • Timestamp of any alarm signal
  • Time delay (on/off) of alarm signals
  • Suppression of alarm signals (manual fading out)
  • Manual and automatic inhibit function
  • Selectable measured data representation with individual measuring point text
  • Bar Graph indication
  • Access rights
  • Analog outputs for indication of special measuring signals
  • Exhaust gas average value deviation incl. alarm for main diesel engines
  • Activating Slowdown outputs
  • Binary outputs for alarm column system, acoustical and optical alarm indication
  • Pump (single, pair or tripple of standby), valve, compressor and fan control
  • Tank content measurement incl. density changeable and calculation of total tank content sums
  • Trim calculation via draught measurement or inclinometer reading
  • Audible alarm by means of integrated buzzer and by external sounder / siren
  • Measuring point grouping for extension alarm system
  • Data logging and alarm recording with printer or paperless (optional)
  • Trends and reports
  • Remote bilge, ballast water, fuel and power management operation via monitoring system
  • Self monitoring incl. sensor failure, I/O node supervision (communication, earth fault, software watchdog)
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Mimics

The main engine and auxiliary diesel are fully represented as mimic diagrams. All pipe systems of the main engine, the entire pipe system of the ship, cooling systems, ballast tanks, etc are graphically represented. The mimics portray the entire system with all the required measuring points.
With the proper access rights, the user can directly operate all the controllable aggregates such as pumps and valves in the mimic graphics.

Alarm List

An alarm list provides an overview of the measuring points that have triggered an alarm. All alarms including acknowledged, suppressed and unacknowledged alarms are displayed with the measuring point number, measuring point name, error description, time and date of the alarm and the alarm status.

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Measuring Points

The represented analog and binary measuring pages can indicate high and low alarms, temperature alarms, pressure alarms and overfill alarms and the state of the measuring points. Required changes to the parameters are easily entered in an associated parameter window by a mouse click.
The graphic representation of the tanks includes the calculation and valuation of individual initial values.

Trend Representation

The representation of the analog measuring points in the trend curves is required for analysis and prevention. Both, individual and group trends, can be retrieved on the trend pages for all analog measuring sites.
On a group trend page, the trend curves are represented for up to 8 measuring points.
Observed sections can be defined by themselves. In order, for example, to determine the path of a trend before an alarm, values can be used such as the end time and end date of the observed section, the duration of the observed section and scanning rate.

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Processing Level

The system is organized in a cellular structure.
Each cell consists of a local display panel (DAD/RCP/PCP), a field computer (SMU) suitable for sea going vessels, and I/O nodes. The SMU forms the core of the cell that contains all logical links and parameters.

All SMU’s in the system are linked with each other. The tasks of the automation system can be optimally adapted to the various requirements of the operator. Depending on the measuring points to be processed, the system can consist of one or more autonomous cells. Each cell takes on its own tasks, or a task is distributed to several cells.

Process Level

The inputs and outputs are processed by I/O nodes. These components process and make all on-board electrical measuring signals available. They have an RS-485 bus connection to the SMU. They can be connected at nearly any distance from their SMU directly to the aggregate to be monitored or controlled (decentralized system), or they can be installed in the control room (central system).

Features Of The I/O Nodes

  • earth leakage and external voltage detection
  • galvanic isolation from power supply

Comfort Level

The visualization system provides a graphic representation of measured values, alarms, lists and acknowledgment of alarms and the operation of aggregates such as pumps and valves. A user-friendly interface reliably guides the user through the system.

Duty Alarm System

The extension alarm system (XAS) enables unmanned engine room operation. It works independently of the visualization system and notifies the engineer on duty in case of alarms. The XAS obtains its information from the SMU’s and represents them on display panels, printers, luminous call systems and other alarm devices. It consists of several panels for wheelhouse, engine control room, mess room, accommodations and the alarm and journal printer. Each XAS panel displays the alarm group and a list of the alarms. An alarm, coming up, is signaled on the panel of the engineer on duty and in the engine control room only and can solely be acknowledged at these two panels. Additionally, there is the possibility to indicate the fire alarm, the common engineer call and the selective call. The Extension Alarm System is connected via the redundant RS-485-Bus system.

Interfaces To All Kind Of External Systems

Ballast Water Management System (alarm or fully integration)  •  Voyage Data Recorder  •  Power Management System  •  Navigation System  •  Main Engine & Remote Control System  •  Load Master  •  Tank Level Indication System  •  PID-Control for Temperature / Viscosity  •  Conning System  •  Remote Valve & Pump Control System  •  Master Clock  •  Ship Administration PC Network  •  Fire Indication System  •  etc.

Redundancy

The reliability of operation in critical situations is an important feature of VISTA® AUTOMATION. Cable redundancy up to the workstation ensures the reliability of the alarms and control of the aggregates.
The redundancy of the SMU ensures failure-free operation. The SMU can be exchanged during operation (cold redundancy). The server redundancy prevents data loss in the visualization system if a workstation should fail.

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vista-automation-logo Components

All components are developed for harsh environments, thus ensuring a reliable operation onboard.

All I/O nodes are equipped with earth leackage, external voltage detection, galvanic islolation from power supply as well as with a cover plate containing project-related channel labels.

[PCS] <br>Process Control System

[PCS]
Process Control System

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[SMU] <br>Substation Management Unit

[SMU]
Substation Management Unit

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[PCP] <br>Process Control Panel

[PCP]
Process Control Panel

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[DAD] <br>Data Acquisition Display

[DAD]
Data Acquisition Display

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[RCP] <br>Remote Control Panel

[RCP]
Remote Control Panel

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[VBI-6 Plus] <br>Vista Bus Interface

[VBI-6 Plus]
Vista Bus Interface

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[VBI-1] <br> Vista Bus Interface

[VBI-1]
Vista Bus Interface

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[SCN] <br>Slave Clock Node

[SCN]
Slave Clock Node

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[DCI-24 Plus] <br>Digital Contact Input

[DCI-24 Plus]
Digital Contact Input

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[DCO-8 Plus] <br>Digital Contact Output

[DCO-8 Plus]
Digital Contact Output

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[DCO-16 Plus] <br>Digital Contact Output

[DCO-16 Plus]
Digital Contact Output

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[DVI-24] <br>Digital Voltage Input

[DVI-24]
Digital Voltage Input

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[API-6/3 Plus] <br>Analog PT100 Input

[API-6/3 Plus]
Analog PT100 Input

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[ATI-6 Plus] <br>Analog Thermocouple Input

[ATI-6 Plus]
Analog Thermocouple Input

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[ACI-6 Plus] <br>Analog Current Input

[ACI-6 Plus]
Analog Current Input

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[ACO-8 Plus] <br>Analog Current Output

[ACO-8 Plus]
Analog Current Output

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[PPI] <br>Parallel Printer Interface

[PPI]
Parallel Printer Interface

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Alarm and Journal Printer or Paperless Alarm Printer

Alarm and Journal Printer or Paperless Alarm Printer

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[XAS Distribution] <br>Extension Alarm System

[XAS Distribution]
Extension Alarm System

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[XAS] <br>Extension Alarm Panel

[XAS]
Extension Alarm Panel

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[PCS] <br>Process Control System

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Process Control System

The Process Control System (Graphic Workstation) represents the highest level of the manmachine interface of the integrated automation system VISTA AUTOMATION and consists of one or several single working places.
The working places are equipped with high-quality computers with keyboard and trackball as equivalent input units as well as a high-resolution colour monitor (min. 1024×768 Pixel).

The different working places are redundant and monitor each other. Thanks to the permanent data compensation and the automatic error detection it is not necessary for a user to manually switch to the redundant station in case of an error.
Components, the continuous operation of which must be guaranteed, are UPS backed by an UPS (uninterruptible power supply) for the time interval stipulated by the classification authorities.

Process control
The implemented communication network (ETHERNET) with an optimized system bus protocol is capable of distributing both, a part mimic diagram invoked by the user and all alarms within 2 sec. or even faster
to up to 8 working places.

The open system architecture allows to process a distributed Client/Serverapplication via the network. Standard links are available.

The modern operating system Windows NT forms the basis for the process control software. It encompasses the possibility of implementing several language modules, which will also be considered in the ONLINE help.

Control Permission
Intelligent blocking mechanisms control the access rights of the individual working places and users. The access level is displayed. Besides the trend an alarm and event history for discrete status information does exist.

[SMU] <br>Substation Management Unit

[SMU]
Substation Management Unit

The SMU is responsible for the process management and the control of the process I/O nodes connected to a maximum of 4 independent fieldbus segments via the Fieldbus Converter VBI-5.
The SMU operates as the busmaster with self-diagnostics including I/O nodes.

All alarm information with necessary time stamps is transmitted to the XAS panels and to the alarm printer. In the case of a journal printout the SMU sends all journal information to the journal printer.

The communication to the Process Control Workstations can be realised in redundant version if requested.

In the case of systems with a redundant standby SMU an automatical parameter exchange between both SMU’s via process control system bus is included.

[PCP] <br>Process Control Panel

[PCP]
Process Control Panel

The Process Control Panel is a human machine interface which indicates all measuring points. The communication occurs by Ethernet.

Features:
• indication of active alarms
• ind. of not acknowledged alarms
• ind. of measuring points
• ind. of mean exhaust values
• changing parameters
• journal setup
• control of aggregates

[DAD] <br>Data Acquisition Display

[DAD]
Data Acquisition Display

The Data Acquisition Display DAD can be used as a local display and operating unit inside the process stations for alarm and monitoring functions. It is connected to the SMU via current loop serial line with an optimised transparent protocoll.

The basic module consists of 64 LED’s and the LC-Display.
It can be extended by up to three additional modules with further 128 LED’s up to 448 alarm and status informations can be shown on the LED modules.

Furthermore the Data Acquisition Display (DAD) can be combined with a Remote Control Panel (RCP) which enables the control of the various aggregates.

[RCP] <br>Remote Control Panel

[RCP]
Remote Control Panel

The Remote Control Panel RCP is used as al local backup display and operating unit inside the Vista Automation process station for control and monitoring functions.

Each of the controllable aggregates like pumps, fans and valves are displayed with a single LED. The basic module of the RCP controls 15 aggregates. It can be expanded by up to two additional modules for another 30 aggregates each

[VBI-6 Plus] <br>Vista Bus Interface

[VBI-6 Plus]
Vista Bus Interface

The VBI-6 Vista Bus Interface serves as a potential-free coupling between RS-232 and RS-485 fieldbus and Substation Management Units (SMU’s). The serial Interfaces of a SMU are adapted via optical coupling devices from RS-232 level to RS-485 level and are distributed to the fieldbus.

A potential-free power supply for the fieldbus is supplied from the internal 24 VDC supply of the VBI-6 (X 8).
Up to six fieldbus lines are toggled to the standby-SMU in case of failure and shut down of the main SMU.

[VBI-1] <br> Vista Bus Interface

[VBI-1]
Vista Bus Interface

The Vista Bus Interface VBI-1 serves as a potential-free coupling between RS-232 Interface and RS-485 fieldbus.
The serial Interface is adapted via optical coupling units from RS-232 level to RS-485 level and is forwarded to the fieldbus.

[SCN] <br>Slave Clock Node

[SCN]
Slave Clock Node

The Slave Clock Node SCN is connected to the masterclock and serves as slave clock for the Vista Alarm Automation System. After switching on the Automation System the SCN has to be adjusted to local time. Via clock pulses transmitted by the masterclock, the SCN is automatically triggered, in order to get synchronous operation with the master clock.

[DCI-24 Plus] <br>Digital Contact Input

[DCI-24 Plus]
Digital Contact Input

The Digital Contact Input node DCI-24 Plus is used for the acquisition of 24 binary potential free contact signals. It is possible to set rise and fall delays in steps of 0.5 sec. for each channel. The inputs can be individually inverted. Each input state is indicated by one LED per channel.

• 24 channel contact input
• Modbus/RTU slave
• Three way isolation to power and communication buses
• Ground fault monitor
• Detachable terminal blocks
• Redundant bus interface (option)

[DCO-8 Plus] <br>Digital Contact Output

[DCO-8 Plus]
Digital Contact Output

The Digital Contact Output node DCO-8 Plus is used for issuing signals via potential-free relays contacts. It is installed for controlling alarm means and output contacts of the alarm system as well as for control commands to the process. The relays are designed for a maximum load of 8 Ampere at 230 Volt and can be NC or NO contacts.

[DCO-16 Plus] <br>Digital Contact Output

[DCO-16 Plus]
Digital Contact Output

The Digital Contact Output node DCO-16 Plus is used for issuing signals via potential-free relays contacts. It is installed for controlling alarm means and output contacts of the alarm system as well as for control commands to the process. The relays are designed for a maximum load of 8 Ampere at 230 Volt with NC and NO contacts.

[DVI-24] <br>Digital Voltage Input

[DVI-24]
Digital Voltage Input

The Digital Voltage Input node DVI-24 is used for the acquisition of 24 binary voltage signals 8—36 V AC/DC. It is possible to set rise and fall delays in steps of 0.5 sec. for each channel. The inputs can be individually inverted. Each input state is indicated by one LED per channel.

[API-6/3 Plus] <br>Analog PT100 Input

[API-6/3 Plus]
Analog PT100 Input

The Analog PT100 Input API-6/3 Plus is used for the acquisition of PT100 resistance thermometers. These signals are digitalized and filtered afterwards. The filter degree and the deviation threshold value can be separately set for each individual channel. Both connection types of PT100, 3-core and 4-core are possible.

• 6 PT100 inputs
• 3-wire connection
• Linearization
• Modbus/RTU slave
• Three way isolation to power and communication buses
• Ground fault monitor
• Detachable terminal blocks
• Redundant bus interface (option)

[ATI-6 Plus] <br>Analog Thermocouple Input

[ATI-6 Plus]
Analog Thermocouple Input

The Analog Thermocouple Input ATI-6 Plus is used for the acquisition of 6 thermoelement channels of type J and K. These signals are digitalized and filtered afterwards. The filter degree and the deviation threshold can be separately set for each individual channel.
The reference measuring point (temperature sensor) for cold junction compensation can be internally or externally designed as requested.

• 6 inputs for type K thermocouples
• Built in cold junction compensation sensor
• Input for external cold junction compensation sensor
• Linearization
• Modbus/RTU slave
• Three-way isolation to power and communication buses
• Ground fault monitor
• Detachable terminal blocks
• Redundant bus interface (option)

[ACI-6 Plus] <br>Analog Current Input

[ACI-6 Plus]
Analog Current Input

The Analog Current Input node ACI-6 Plus is used for the acquisition of analog current (4..20mA) signals. These signals are digitalized with Sigma-Delta-AD-converters and filtered afterwards. The filter degree and the deviation threshold can be separately set for each individual channel. The input resistance is < 25 Ohm. • 6 current 4-20 mA inputs • Sensor/Transmitter supply • Monitor output • Overload and short circuit protection • Modbus/RTU slave • Three way isolation to power and communication buses • Ground fault monitor • Detachable terminal blocks • Redundant bus interface (option)

[ACO-8 Plus] <br>Analog Current Output

[ACO-8 Plus]
Analog Current Output

The Analog Current Output-ACO-8 Plus is used for issuing signals via 4..20mA current. It is installed for controlling gauges means as well as for control values to the process.

[PPI] <br>Parallel Printer Interface

[PPI]
Parallel Printer Interface

The design of the Vista Alarm integrated automation system includes alarm and journal printers.
The connection to the printer is a standard parallel printer interface.

Alarm and Journal Printer or Paperless Alarm Printer

Alarm and Journal Printer or Paperless Alarm Printer

The design of the integrated automation system includes alarm and journal printers.

In standard applications the alarm printout and the journal printout can be realized via either one printer or two printers, i.e. one for each function. For non-standard applications more than two printers are available on demand.
The connection to the printer is a standard parallel printer interface.
Pushbuttons can be connected to the PPI for an easy manual printout of the alarm list and up to 4 journal lists.

All alarm information with necessary time stamps is transmitted to the XAS panels and to the alarm printer. In case of a journal printout the SMU sends all journal information to the journal printer. The alarm is not printed due to the missing power supply. It is, however, stored and printed immediately after voltage recovery.

Alternately: Paperless Alarm Printer
The electronic alarm registration (paperless printer) is used as a replacement for the alarm printer and approved by Lloyd’s Register. The incoming alarm and status messages are stored on the hard disk of the main workstation (WS1) and also on a USB memory stick.

[XAS Distribution] <br>Extension Alarm System

[XAS Distribution]
Extension Alarm System

The Extension Alarm System is an independent alarm system which is equipped with panels for the bridge, the engine control room, the mess rooms and the accommodation. In addition, alarm- and journal printers can be connected.

The XAS Version “X” can be connected to a Paging System via potentialfree terminal contacts of DCO-nodes. The optional paging system extends the reach of alarms and the alarm-processing possibilities

[XAS] <br>Extension Alarm Panel

[XAS]
Extension Alarm Panel

Alarms are displayed as common alarms on all panels and as single alarms in a list on the LCD display.
The Extension Alarm System encompasses an Engineer Call System. In addition, fire alarm and XAS failure are alerted.

The Extension Alarm Panel XAS with panels is an independent system for notifying the engineer on duty in case of an alarm. It is possible to implement a maximum of 16 panels. Via a RS-485 bus the panels are connected to each other and to the substations. It is also possible to connect an alarm printer and journal printers to this bus system.

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CAMOS

CAMOS® 6809/2000 is a first-generation integrated automation system to monitor and control ships operating technical processes in the engine room space for the watch-free operation.

CAMOS® 6809

CAMOS® 6809 (Control and Monitoring System) is a modular microprocessor system for measuring, monitoring and control tasks. It is designed for ship operation technology applications on merchant ships as well as industrial process control.

CAMOS® 2000

CAMOS® 2000 is a process control system allows to operate and monitor the processes onboard a vessel via single terminals and with a trackball and a keyboard as input devices.

For ship operation technology the system has been applied as:

  • Monitoring and Alarm System
  • Stand-by System
  • Command Printer
  • Data Logger
  • Exhaust Gas Measuring System
  • Tank Contents Measuring System
  • Reefer Container Monitoring System

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At maresystems, the monitoring and alarm segment VISTA® AUTOMATION and CAMOS® represents a strategic addition of their line of maritime navigation, radio communication, ship automation and ballast water treatment.

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