Marine Electrical
Marine Electrical

Marine electricity

Electrical block diagram serves to facilitate the next process, namely wiring diagrams, making installation easier.The block diagram also describes the distribution of lights, ship equipment (communication equipment, monitoring equipment) in three phases (RST).

In its manufacture, each piece of equipment is divided into several junction boxes that depend on the deck, and the similarity of functions, including:

  • Junction Communication (JC).
  • Junction Monitoring (JM).
  • Junction Power (JP).
  • Main Switch Board (MSB).

Is a terminal that functions to connect cables from Jl, JP, JM, JC, to the generator.

  • Emergency Switch Board (ESB).

Is a terminal that connects the cables from the emergency junction to the battery via ACOS

  • Diesel Generator Set (GENSET).

Used are 3 generators

  • Automatic Change Over Switch (ACOS).

Is a tool that can connect automatically between emergency equipment and battery when the generator is not functioning.

  • Shore Connection (SC).

The power supplied by the land power plant when the ship rests at the port so that the ship does not need a generator for a while. The basis of the selection is the biggest power needed, which is at loading time.

  • Battery

Is an accumulator needed during an emergency and is placed in the ESEP (Emergency Source Electrical Power) room


Indonesia Marine Equipment

INAMEQ is provide all marine product (equipment and sparepart) and news about marine product to help procurement team at shipping industry, ship contractor, port contractor and oil gas company finding competitive price to directly connect with manufacturer and authorized local and international.

Similar Posts


  1. Marine navigation and communication, Marine Electric Clock System says:

    […] Marine Electric Clock System is device for indicating precise time and date to the analogue/digital slave clocks as well as recording and monitoring the operation data of the vessel. By using a 10.000 MHz TCXO crystal oscilator to compensate temperature, the MCS-970 system excels in safety and precision as the system has 0.1 second error per month. These systems are manufactured to be shock and vibration proof, as well as are protected from air pressure and salt. The system was tested at the IEC60945 standard and approved for CE. […]

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.