Regulateurs Europa Refit Controls For Trinidad and Tobago Coastguard

Tuesday, December 18, 2001
Regulaters Europa won the contract to supply a new control and monitoring system for the Trinidad and Tobago Coastguard. The contract, from Devonport Management Ltd., to supply a system for the 436 ft. patrol vessel Cascadura. The scope of the supply includes a new machinery control room desk, Viking 22 Propulsion Control Panel, wheelhouse drop-in-plate and open bridge plate. The Viking 22 propulsion control panel will replace the existing mechanical/hydraulic governors, and will provide digital governing for propulsion control as well as alarm and monitoring capabilities, including the starting and stopping of the prime mover and the clutch engagement. The machinery control room desk will provide alarm and monitoring for the two off 16RP200 engines, as well as for the onboard generator set, which mimics the previous system, while sustaining the functionality of the old system. All components of the system have been designed to fit into the pre-cut holes to minimize costs by reducing modification needed.

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