Kelvin Hughes have produced a new series of networked radars. The X band consists of a 12 Kw magnetron up mast transceiver networked to a flat panel PC via a network switch. Electromed Technicians have now received full training from Kelvin Hughes on the installation and maintenance on this new radar type. Increased gain and a narrow beam width of the antenna offers greater range and bearing resolution for improved performance and target separation. The compact lightweight design is easy to install with a single waterproof connector and includes an integral health monitor. This commercial marine X-Band series is ideal for vessles requiring IMO type approved radar and also smaller boats such as workboats and fishing vessels requiring a cost … Continue reading
Electromed has now received accreditation from Bureauveritas and is now authorised to conduct Radio Surveys and VDR APTs on behalf of Bureauveritas on ships around the world. Please ask for a quotation for a competitive price. Electromed has technicians based at the following Ports, Liverpool, Gibraltar, Algeciras, Barcelona. Travel charges for work in other Ports or on ships at Sea is extremely competitive so please ask for a quotation. Electromed is also authorised by Lloyds, DNVGL, RINA, ABS. www.electromedmarine.com
Electromed now has an office in the UK situated near to the Port of Liverpool. Within days of opening we were busy conducting services in Liverpool, Immingham, Middlesbrough, Edinburgh, and the Thames. We continue to service our represented manufacturers in the UK as follows Transas, Kelvin Hughes, Tokyo Keiki, Furuno, Simrad, Martek Marine, AMI Marine, Mastervolt, Inmarsat, Deckma Marine, Mcmurdo, Sailor. We can travel to all Ports within the UK at very little cost. Please ask us for a quotation to compare with your normal UK service provider.
We have been busy in recent times installing ECDIS Equipment so that ships can comply with regulations for paperless navigation. Electromed are now sales and service agents for Transas Marine. We are heavily involved in the supply, installation and commissioning of Transas ECDIS. This involves sometimes removing the old equipment, installing new ECDIS multiple stations, and interfacing with other bridge equipment. Interfacing is an extensive part of the installation as the ECDIS has to be interfaced with the following equipment as a mandatory regulation. 1. Gyro compass, 2. GPS and Secondary GPS. 3. Ships Speed Log (speed through the water) In addition to get the very most from the ECDIS is may also be interfaced with the following, 1. Navtex … Continue reading
Are you ready to comply with the new mandatory IMO carriage requirement for Electronic Chart and Information Display (ECDIS)? Before 2018 most vessels are required to have installed and operate ECDIS. See below to check if your vessels are affected. Electromed have recently been installing dual Martek Marine iECDIS solutions on commercial vessels in Europe and North Africa. The Martek Marine iECDIS is constructed from heavy duty military spec spec. hardware. It is robust and built to last. Passive cooling systems use natural air circulation instead of electrical fans for cooling, extending lifetime and reducing breakdowns due to fan failure. The iECDIS comes pre loaded with Jeppesen Charts so that you can start to navigate immediately. When full chart data … Continue reading