AT 150/130

AT 150/130
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AT 150/130 - represents the company Typhon Kockum Sonics SUPERTYFON® series. Meets COLREG 72 rules, which state that all vessels of 12 meters in length and over shall be equipped with a sound-signaling device. High Power siren is suitable for operation on vessels up to 200 meters long. It is very important to observe the correct placement of Typhon, that nothing prevented the spread of the sound wave, as even large deck surface may undesirably affect the propagation of sound like a well-known phenomenon of refraction of light waves. Thus, IMO advises to pay special attention to placing the siren on board and not only for the reasons mentioned above, but also to provide the required safety and permissible sound level at the observation post of the ship.
 
Installation Typhon AT 150/130 by means of four screws M16 to the jib-boom or a similar design. Please note, to avoid problems in his work, it is necessary to purge the feed pipe properly, and only then be connected to the siren.
 
If the length of the pipe on the deck of over 100 meters, it is necessary to install a filter TP 15/2 at the base of the mast to protect the signal unit from condensate water and dust. It recommended about once a month to drain the filter.
 
AT 150/130 warning siren is supplied with an electric valve to supply Valve Unit TV air, which is equipped with a section of the air flow, thermostatic heating power of 25 W, replaceable chokes and filters. The device has two coils for normal and emergency operation and lanyard. It provides low power consumption.
 
Specifications:
  • Drive - Pneumatic
  • The fundamental frequency - 130 Hz
  • The minimum required level of IMO 1/3 octave at a distance of 1 meter - 138 dB
  • The required frequency - 130 - 350 Hz
  • Heater power - 24 watts
  • Weight - 65 kg

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