The eSHIP alarm monitoring & control system provides a dependable and rugged solution to your alarm and monitoring needs. Modular, expandable and customised to your requirements. 
FEATURES 
Touch-screen HMI with Custom Graphics 
The HMI screens are available in a wide array of sizes to meet your requirements. Graphic screens are customised to your application and seperate pages can easily categorise your data. A dedicated alarm list keeps track of events past and present. 
Intelligent Modular I/O platform 
 
The intelligent I/O platforn has PLC functionality coupled with high density system inputs and outputs. The modular interconnect caters for a wide variety of data signals including 4-20mA, Pt100, thermocouple and 0 - 10V. 
The Radamec fifth generation eSHIP alarm and monitoring system is designed to provide a dependable and rugged system to solve all your monitoring and alarm needs on both new and refit vessels. For refit situations the system offers the modern sophistication of touch screen HMI displays which can easily fit into the space traditionally occupied by several multiple channel alarm panels. Repeater stations in strategic areas such as the chief engineers cabin also uses HMI screens to ensure that important information is relayed and relevant alarms get immediate attention. 
Upgrading from old AMCS technology 
The system offers the modem sophistication of touch screen HMI displays which can easily fit into the space traditionally occupied by several multiple channel alarm panels. Repeater stations in strategic areas such as the chief engineers cabin also uses HMI screens to ensure that important information is relayed, and relevant alarms get immediate attention. 
 
HMI screens are available in a wide array of sizes to meet your requirements. Graphic screens are customised to your application and separate pages can easily categorise your data. A dedicated alarm list keeps track of events past and present. 
 
To cover classification requirements all events are logged to solid state memory, which has no moving parts to fail and all control inputs and requests along with the outcome, if that is being monitored. e.g. The system could show that steaming navigation lights were requested at 18:00pm and that all the bulbs were shown to be functioning at that time and continuously until 8:00am. Data can easily be transferred off the ship for analysis or backup through use of USB memory sticks or flash drives. 
 
Graphic Indication 
Graphic screens show alarm and monitoring information intuitively, e.g. illustrating the outline shape of your vessel or the flow of your systems. This allows easy locating of problems and speeds up the deployment of relevant personnel. We can design layouts with single or multiple pages to suit any type of vessel and can incorporate your brand if required. Colours can be matched to that of surrounding equipment or blended seamlessly with a superyacht style. 
Control 
 
eShip can also control any aspect of your vessel that you choose. Typically, the cost of integrating control into eShip is much less then even something as simple as normal switch panels and wiring. Indeed, substantial savings can be made in wiring, for example rather than running control cables between the engine room and bridge the eShip system will simply use its existing dual redundant Ethernet cables to send the control signals. Systems are designed and configured to your requirements, then given factory acceptance test sign off by the relevant classification society (e.g. Lloyds) before being fitted to your vessel. Lockouts can be programmed into the system to stop undesired operations being carried out depending on pre-set criteria. 
Navigation Lights 
 
For example, it is ideal for not only controlling the navigation lights on your vessel, but it can also monitor them to prove that they are working and give an early indication of any failures of lights. Even unusual applications such as lowering bridge structures can be accommodated with sensors determining which sets of Nav lights should be used given the position of the bridge. 
 
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