Daniamant Launches DanEI-300 Electronic Inclinometer

Posted By Gabby DelGatto
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
DanEI-300 Electronic Inclinometer

Daniamant Electronics AS has recently released a new Electronic Inclinometer, the DanEI-300.

The DanEI-300 Electronic Inclinometer is an advanced heel and pitch measuring device, insensitive to horizontal and vertical accelerations. This will provide information to better understand the movement and steering behavior, supervision of trim, and cargo and stability status of ships.

On rolling vessels, the usual bubble or pendulum inclinometers indicate values which are too high, allowing a marginal error up to 30% of the measured value. The DanEI-300 will not be affected by these accelerations, measuring the true inclination and roll period. Furthermore, the DanEI-300 aims to reduce fuel consumption and improve safety.  Additional features are listed below.

The Electronic Inclinometer Measures and Displays:

•Pitch Angle
•Heel Angle
•Roll Period
•Amplitude (port & starboard)
•Additional trend plots display heel angle for latest 3 minutes and roll amplitude for latest 30 minutes.

BSH Type Approved According to:
•IMO Performance Standards MSC.363(92) (functional compliance)
•IEC 60945 (Environmental conditions)
•IEC 61162- 1, -2, -450 (Serial and network interfaces)
•IEC 62288 (Presentation of information)

Cable Connections:
•24V DC Power Supply
•Sensor Data
•HRM, ALC, ALF, HBT to VDR / INS
•ACN, HBT from INS

Dimensions:
•Display Unit:240 x 160 x 48 mm / 1.5 kg
•Sensor Unit with mounting plate:233 x 90 x 37 mm / 0.2kg
 

  • Monitor image of 3 min trend plot of heel angle (left) and 30 min of roll amplitudes (right) (Credit: Daniamant)

    Monitor image of 3 min trend plot of heel angle (left) and 30 min of roll amplitudes (right) (Credit: Daniamant)

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