EJ Electrical is the Australian agent and distributor for Auto-Maskin engine control and monitoring systems.
Auto-Maskin is a leading designer, developer and producer of diesel engine control and monitoring systems for marine and industrial auxiliary and emergency power supply markets. The company's knowledge base has spanned thirty years since its inception in 1969.
The company has specific marine generator set and propulsion engine equipment fully approved by classification societies. Auto-Maskin engine controls are being used by engine manufacturers, such as Cummings and Volvo, worldwide!
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The DCU 410 is the base building block to build a supervision system for both variable speed (propulsion or pumps) or fixed speed (generating set) diesel engines. The DCU 410 is a compact unit comprising of a front face utilizing a 5.7” colour screen with ¼ VGA resolution and “soft touch” buttons, which can be mounted to almost any flat surface with a cut-out.
The DCU 410 can accept inputs from J1939 data links, CAN open interfaces, Modbus RS485 and up to 16 analogue or digital inputs in its own right. It provides outputs in all these digital formats and via a standard Ethernet. The DCU 410 also provides engine control logic and the outputs required, including but not limited to, Pre Lubrication control, start & stop signals, both ETR and ETS, plus remote interfaces for these functions. Connections are made via clearly labelled connectors on the rear of the panel need no specialist tools.
The DCU 408 is an engine supervision unit without a local user interface. This is for use where there is no requirement for local control or indication of the systems such as in a cramped or unattended engine room.
This unit (or the DCU 410 ) is a basic requirement to build a supervision system for both variable speed (propulsion or pumps) or fixed speed (generating set) diesel engines . It is a compact unit suitable for off engine mounting in a steel enclosure. The DCU 408 can accept inputs from J1939 data links, CAN open interfaces, Modbus RS485 and up to 16 analogue or digital inputs in its own right. It provides outputs in all these digital formats and via a standard Ethernet connection.
The DCU 408 also provides engine control logic and the outputs required, including but not limited to, Pre Lubrication control, start & stop signals, both ETR and ETS, plus remote interfaces for these functions. Connections are made via clearly labelled connectors on the front of the panel needing no specialist tools.
The unit provides an interface via Ethernet to connect an RP410 for remote indication, or via an AV interface module to any customer supplied screen.
The RP 410 is an 8.4” transflective colour touchscreen with full VGA definition. Suitable for consul mounting, the RP 410 is the clearest, safest way of communicating the condition and operating parameters of the equipment to the crew.
With simple, easy to use “touchscreen” functionality, the information and controls are displayed graphically and with icons for navigation. Highly effective for use in direct sunlight, but also equipped with auto dimming and a night mode, the RP 410 can be installed anywhere on the vessel. The unit connects to the DCU modules via a simple Ethernet connection, or via Ethernet switches if multiple panels required.
The RP 410 is approved by 10 Classification Societies, including supporting all requirements for Master panel, Active station and remote alarm suppression. It also supports multiple engines and accessories.
The SDU (Shut Down Unit) 410 is an independent module designed to provide the functionality required to meet Classification Society Rules up to and including UMS notations. Equipped with 8 switch channels, for normally open switches and inputs for two speed sensors, complete with wire break detection, the SDU 410 also provides for short circuit detection and protection.
The unit also has warning LED’s for each channel reflecting these fault conditions to assist troubleshooting. With its own built in web server, the SDU is automatically configured by the DCU module when connected via the simple two-wire link. The unit can also be used independently and programmed just using an Ethernet cable and any computer with a web browser.
The RIO 410 is an expansion module designed to allow specifiers to integrate the demanding variety of sensors and switches found today on vessels into the DCU or other ships systems.
The DCU can accept up to 4 RIO’s, and with 24 inputs, for switches, PT100 and 4 – 20mA sensors, and 2 off 24v outputs and 2 off relay outputs, this means each DCU can accept over 100 input/outputs utilizing the RIO 410’s. The RIO communicates with the DCU via a simple two wire link over Modbus, and also has Ethernet connectability. Linked to this feature, each RIO has its own web server built in, so each channel can be configured / named via a Ethernet cable and any computer with a web browser. Each RIO is automatically configured by the DCU when connected, but using password protected areas, each RIO 410 can be reconfigured, whether connected to a DCU or used as an independant “stand alone” unit.
The RIO 425 is a dedicated interface module to allow parameters from an AC alternator to be displayed on the DCU and the Ethernet network. Capable of integrating with voltages of 520VAC phase-phase, and up to 300VAC phase-neutral, plus phase currents, the unit also measures Frequency, power factor and Total kW.
The unit has easily configurable turn down ratio management for the required voltage and current transformers. Like all the Marine Pro units, the RIO 425 configures itself automatically when connected to the DCU, and can be configured independently if required.
Class approved, with a simple display on the unit to assist troubleshooting, the RIO 425 makes the ideal accessory to the DCU in generating set applications.
By using appropriately configured cameras, the Marine Pro can show up to 4 views from anywhere on the ship on any RP 410 fitted to the system. Visual, audio/visual, or potentially two way communication plus visual is configurable.
The cameras can be sited to watch machinery spaces, gangways, moorings, cargo, security sensitive areas etc without the installation of a dedicated CCTV system.
As for all the modules in Marine Pro, simply plug the camera into the vessels ethernet system, watch the DCU configure the system appropriately via a simple "plug and play" approach, and 4 views can be displayed simultaneously on any RP connected to the network.
The DCU 305 R3 is an electronic unit for control and monitoring of diesel engines used as auxiliary or emergency gen sets, or as propulsion engines.
DCU 305 R3 is classified by major societies for marine use. It has built-in communication facilities and can be expanded with slave panels.
DCU 305 R3 is easily configured using the Rudolf R3 software.
For greater flexibility, different expansion modules can be connected.
The DCU 305 R2 is an electronic unit for control and monitoring of diesel engines used as auxiliary or emergency gen sets, or as propulsion engines.
DCU 305 R2 is classified by major societies for marine use. It has built-in communication facilities and can be expanded with slave panels.
DCU 305 R2 is easily configured using the Rudolf R2 software.
For flexibility, different expansion modules can be connected.
This interface block is a mandatory requirement for each DCU 305 controller. With 12 switch inputs, 5 analogue inputs, 2 speed sensors, and other connections for power, speed relays and connection to the DCU 305, this unit is simply mounted upon a 35mm DIN rail, and supplied with a dedicated cable to the DCU, making connection easy.
The RSP 305 is the correct choice for remote monitoring and control of diesel engine control panels type DCU 305. On the RSP 305 the information is presented in the same fashion as on the DCU 305. All commands such as Start, Stop, Standby/Manual and Reset are available.
The informative main page displays the most important information from each engine. At the press of a button, the operator can choose to zoom in at any of the engines.