January 9, 1982 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

Lake Shore Offers Literature On Start-Master For Cummins Engines

Lake Shore Electric Corporation recently introduced Start- Master (automatic engine controls) for Cummins engines. Designed for unwired engines, controls utilize ribbon cable with connectors between lights, switches, and printed circuit board.

Wiring is therefore simplified, which provides for ease of installation and adds greater cost effectiveness. No modifications are required for interphasing between the control and the engine.

This advanced system, available for automatic engine start/ stop control, is available with a highly sophisticated programmable multi-crank control and also a single-crank control model.

The Start-Master meets NFPA- 76A requirements.

For free literature on Lake Shore Electric's Start-Master engine controls for Cummins Engines, Write 52 on Reader Service Card

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