Emergency telegraph system

Marpower Emergency telegraph system

enhances communication safety in the event of a failure in the engine or pitch control system.

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Marpower Emergency Telegraph System

In emergency situations, the crew must be able to fully rely on the emergency telegraph. The Marpower Emergency telegraph system enhances communication safety in the unlikely event of the regular engine or pitch control system failing. The system can be installed simply and cost-effectively.

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  • Lloyds-approved
  • Built-in (DIN-compliant housing) or standalone setup
  • 24Vdc from separate supply
  • Communication via 2-wiresystem
  • VDR-output NMEA 0183 (optional)
  • Fail-safe
  • Bridge and engine room identical
  • Dimmable led indications
  • Internal buzzer
  • Changeover alarm contact
  • Low consumption

Emergency telegraph system


TG-1 / TG-1A

power supply
24 Vdc tolerance -25% up to 30% (protected against polarity inversion)
VDR (option)
NMEA 0183 output
panel cut out 138 x 138 mm
size (h x w x d)
144 x 144 x 75 mm
text plate (max. 12 positions)
standard English (11 positions) see illustration. other text on request
output contact
potential free changeover contact (SPDT) 230 Vac - 1500 W
buzzer sound level
74 dB ( 1m ) approximately
buzzer frequency
3000 Hz approximately
flash frequency
0.8 Hz approximately
connecting terminals
flexible max. 2.5 mm2
415g approximately
relative humidity
maximum 90%
temperature range
-15 ºC up to +55 ºC
IP class
front IP42 / back IP20
internal 0,5 A
power consumption
max. 3 W
housing (option)
mounting cabinet (dim. 250 x 250 x 155 mm) IP 54

Emergency telegraph system

Interested in the Marpower Emergency Telegraph System?

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