Power Management

Integrated marine

power management system

The power management system is an integral part of the marine automation system. Control is done by the distributed process units, operator interaction is done from interactive color graphic pictures on the remote operating stations, or locally from the local operating station.

Enau’s solutions result in maximized energy savings, ongoing energy resilience and security, and new revenue.

Power management system benefits
Diesel generator monitoring and control
Diesel engine safety and start/stop
Circuit breaker synchronize & connect
Bus line voltage and frequency control
Generator voltage and frequency control
Generator load in KW and %
Symmetric or asymmetric load sharing
Load control with load shedding
Separation of alarm, control, and safety
Single or multiple switchboard control
Heavy consumers logic
Automatic start and connect after a blackout
Automatic line frequency adjustment
Control of diesel-electric propulsion
“Take me home mode”, control of PTI with clutches, etc.
“One-touch auto sequence”, an automatic mode control
Changeover functionality

Any alarm for the generator set can be configured to have changeover functionality. When any of these alarms are given, a standby diesel generator starts and connects. The failing generator will then unload and disconnect. After the generator is disconnected the diesel may continue running, cool down and stop or stop directly, dependent on the configuration.

Automatic start and connect on blackout

When the main switchboard blackout occurs, the 1.st. a standby diesel generator will start and connect. If it fails to start or connect, the next standby diesel generator will start and connect. It is possible to configure the system to start more than one standby generator on blackout.

Load dependent start and stop of standby generators

When a high load occurs on the connected generator’s, the 1.st standby generator will start and connect. When the load decreases enough to let a generator disconnect without overloading the remaining, the 1.st to stop the generator will disconnect and stop.

Control of heavy consumers start request and start granted.

When a heavy consumer start request is received, our marine power management system will check for available power.

If enough power is available and a predefined number of generators are connected, the power management system gives a “start granted” to the consumer.

If enough power is not available, the standby generator’s will automatically start and connect. When enough power is available, a “start granted” is given to the consumer.

When more than one heavy consumer sends a “request for the start”, only one is granted at a time. The power management system remembers all start requests and enables them in sequence.

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