sm electrics provide specialised electrical engineering services for naval applications, with a focus on the development, design, manufacturing and distribution of electrical / acoustic alarm systems for marine, offshore and industrial plants. Their key shipborne alarm systems include the bridge navigational watch alarm system (BNWAS) and the light signal alarm system (LSAS).
The LSAS is a mini-PLC based light signal, stand-alone visual alarm system that can also be adapted to your alarm and monitoring logic. It provides visual and / or audible alarm signals for a variety of configurable parameters, controlled by the control unit.
Standard types consist of six or seven alarm indicators (symbols). More indicators are available if required. Client can select from multiple acoustics philosophies with up to 120dB(A) sound level.
The bridge navigational watch alarm system monitors bridge activity and detects operator disability that could lead to marine accidents. The system monitors the awareness of the officer of the watch (OOW) and automatically alerts the Master or another qualified person if for any reason the OOW becomes incapable of performing his/her duties.
This is achieved by series of indications and alarms to alert first the OOW or, if he is not responding, the Master or another qualified person. Additionally, the BNWAS provides the OOW with a means of calling for immediate assistance if required (emergency call).
sm electrics also provide a wide array of electrical engineering services for maritime applications, such as general engineering work, circuit layouts and wiring diagrams, design of electrical / mechanical components and production of documentation.
For bridge, wing and ECR consoles, sm electrics apply their vast experience to provide complete services from initial consultation and planning, though to design and manufacturing of the consoles, through to the conversion of existing bridge, wing and ECR consoles.
sm electrics also provide services for the partial and complete assembly of electrical cabinets and mass components, parameter settings and final tests of PCBs, PLC software engineering, prototyping and commissioning, maintenance and service of electrical components and systems.