Rugged construction for harsh environments
Various EOT types for different locations
Up to 12 telegraphs in one system
Illumination of all commands and push-buttons
Different illumination colours for different command states
Operating status indication
Failure monitoring and indication
Dimming function (bridge EOT only)
Wrong way alarm
CANbus interface for system communication
ENGINE ORDER TELEGRAPH
PART NO. 9999-51860
The EMI Engine Order Telegraph (EOT) System is a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)-based system that utilizes indicating push button control switches to provide a highly reliable, trouble-free design. Four engine commands are available in each direction, ¼, ½, ¾ and full speed. Panels also include an indicating push button for lamp test and transferring control to bridge.
All push button switches are lighted (dimmable in pilothouse) to provide easy operation. A lamp test
push-button provides an easy means to test all lamps in the circuit without changing any operational conditions.
Power requirements for the EOT are 24 Voltage Direct Current (VDC) furnished from the vessel supply or from a stand-alone 115 Voltage Alternating Current (VAC) to 24VDC power supply and an emergency 24VDC in the pilothouse to meet the power failure requirements. Should there be a power failure in the system the power failure alarm push-button is illuminated and an audible sounds at the pilothouse station. The audible can be acknowledged by pressing the power failure push button which will then remain illuminated until the correct power is restored.
The EMI Engine Order Telegraph System utilizes rotary switches to provide a highly reliable, trouble-free design. Twelve positions are available which allows a flexible command format.
All indicators are dual lamp to provide redundant illumination in the event of single lamp failure. A lamp test push-button
provides an easy means to test all lamps without changing any operational conditions.
Wrong direction indicators provide an audible alarm whenever an ordered direction is answered in the opposite direction.
Data logging output signal from the EOT System to meet the log requirements required on some vessels.