Henschel Introduces New Ship's Bell Logger- Literature Available

Henschel Corporation of Amesbury, Mass., has introduced a new ship's bell logger to its extensive line of commercial ship control and interior communication equipment.

The new 10-2550 series bell logger will accurately record and display ship's control parameters using existing shipboard signals.

It is engineered for reliability, maintainability, and flexibility in a marine environment. According to Henschel, its use of existing shipboard signals makes retrofitting and use in new construction much easier than previous designs.

The 10-2550 series bell logger has a state-of-the-art microproc essor that provides increased performance and advanced logging capability. The use of microprocessor technology also simplifies customization for each application, thus ensuring optimum performance for the user.

The main features of the new bell logger are: internal microcomputer- based master clock with battery back-up; synchro inputs for engine order telegraphs; individual isolation amplifiers for each analog input; single line alphanumeric printout; full function front panel display; and automatic checking of programmed test inputs. In addition, the logger may be programmed to record virtually any user-defined input.

For further information and free Catalog Sheet 10-12, Write 55 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 22,  Jan 15, 1981 Missouri

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