Automation systems

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Integrated Automation Systems


MAIN SOLUTIONS can provide complete automation systems from design phase to commissioning, as per shipyards and owner’s requirements, configurable up to 5.000 I/O channels.

The systems can be monitoring and alarm systems, or also include control functions (valve control and stand-by pumps etc)

Our hardware is robust and modular, which guarantees a high level of flexibility. The automation systems are totally redundant, and meet the requirements of the main classification societies, including the IMO Safe Return to Port (SRtP) standard.

All the automation systems supplied by MAIN SOLUTIONS, include the same basic and control functions, regardless of the number of channels



Main features:

BASIC FUNCTIONS

  • Integrated earth fault monitoring
  • Sensor supervision
  • Alarm groups
  • Output signals
  • Automatic inhibit functions
  • Manual inhibit functions
  • etc.

CONTROL FUNCTIONS

  • Control of pumps
  • Interface to PMS
  • Single effect valves
  • Double effect valves
  • Single fans
  • Reversible fans
  • etc.

Automation Systems are delivered with FAT approved by the corresponding Classification Society, and with the final documentation required.

Supply of equipment on request


MAIN SOLUTIONS can provide stand-alone automation systems or also include in the scope of supply different optional equipment such as:



Engine Room
Consoles

Battery
chargers

Alarm
columns

Remote access to our clients equipment

Customer support is essential when providing a service. Therefore, MAIN SOLUTIONS is offering Remote Access, a system which enables engineers and technicians to remote access MAIN SOLUTIONS on board equipment, in order to perform maintenance and technical assistance operations and give operational guidance.


Please visit REFERENCES tab to see the projects which MAIN SOLUTIONS has worked on.


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