A / S Deif Offers Automatic Control For Auxiliary Engines

A few years ago, the Danish manufacturer of control systems, A/S Deif, introduced its Delomatic automatic control system for ships auxiliary engines capable of controlling up to four diesel alternators, a turbo alternator and a shaft alternator.

The system automatically shares the load between operating generators and in one operating mode two operating machines are asymmetrically loaded for 12-hour alternative periods for the most economical manner of operation.

The Delomatic system is characterized by being especially designed for marine and rugged, modular construction of high flexibility. So that the system can easily be adapted to almost all common types of maritime electric power generating plants.

Physically, the Delomatic system consists of a common control panel for the system and a diesel control panel for each diesel generator set, all designed for desk mounting.

The common control panel has been equipped with auto/manual switch for changeover between automatic operation and manual operation via push-buttons on the diesel control panels.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 55,  Feb 1991 Washington

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