Since the first Covid-19 lockdowns in the UK and across Europe and travel has become a problem for everyone, we’ve noticed an upswing in enquiries for our design and consultancy services. This is from customers new and old and it’s good to see people still able to get on with work and think about new ideas and designs, despite the restrictions on travel.
We’ve been quietly specifying, designing and (sometimes) installing electrical and electronic controls for superyachts and smaller pleasure craft for a number of years, including electronic circuit design, PCB design and development.
Now we are pleased to announce our first digital switching system, shipping in November which we designed and configured for the refit of a superyacht tender. The custom configured keypad is sealed to IP67 and highly UV resistant. It connects by 4 core cable to the IP65, fully sealed switching unit capable of switching 12 circuits with a total load of 40Amps. It offers a variety of switching characteristics, including light dimming and timed/auto controls for bilge switches. Each switching channel has individual electronic current limiting, with ultimate fuse protection. All buttons have easily recognisable icons to suit the application, with multicolour and dimmable LED backlights for night viewing and channel warnings e.g. for overcurrent trips. Four channels have emergency override switches with externally accessible fuses. More switching channels can be added to the system. Enquires to firstname.lastname@example.org
“Electrical Controls Systems for superyacht engineers” goes on-line
During lockdown we’ve been working hard on converting our classroom course for superyacht engineers to an e-learning format. We have been delivering our Electrical Control Systems course in the superyacht hubs in Palma and Antibes since 2018. New details coming soon at www.seasystems.co/training