The marine industry of today has increased focus on operating all electrical and mechanical systems as efficiently as possible. IMO has set up various regulations to ensure that ships are now designed and managed with a view to energy efficiency. Ships are energy-marked as a means of facilitating price comparisons related to the operation of the vessel. 

DEIF’s Ship Energy Monitoring System, SEMS, monitors real time and stores historical performance & power data for analysis of energy generation and consumption. Main benefits of the system include:

  • Up to 16 power monitoring points to be monitored simultaneously
  • Select between list overview or stand-alone generator monitoring view
  • DEIF controllers and/or DEIF instruments serve as data providers
  • Data logging to external memory for reporting of historical data

Advantages

  • Abnormal operation of different energy systems and energy waste can be identified
  • Maintenance and optimisation planning can be calculated based on valid energy data
  • Increases the energy awareness of the crew, thus saving energy by changing the pattern of behavior
  • Helps document your green company profile
  • Up to 16 power monitoring points to be monitored simultaneously
  • Select between list overview or stand-alone generator monitoring view
  • DEIF controllers and/or DEIF instruments serve as data providers
  • Data logging to external memory for reporting of historical data

Documents

Brochures/Handouts
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Flag eng SEMS (UK).pdf A
Data Sheet
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Flag eng SEMS data sheet 4921240585 UK A
User's Manual
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Flag eng SEMS user's manual 4189341143 UK A

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