Main & Secondary Marine lantern

The L410EX-W-15F is designed to meet the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change – Standard marking schedule for offshore installations regulations. It provides 15NM white omni-directional visual coverage during normal mains supply operation and provides a 10NM White omni-directional visual coverage during main power failure, when powered from an independent power source, or on failure of the 15NM lantern part. The L410EX-W-15F has a minimum average intensity of 12,000Cd for the main 15NM lantern section and 1,400Cd for the secondary 10NM lantern section and flashes white light, Morse code ‘U’ every 15 seconds controlled by the Orga Navaids Central Control Panel (NCCP).

Subsidiary Marine lantern

The Orga Offshore red flashing subsidiary light is the L410EX-R-03 which fully complies with the requirements of the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change – Standard marking schedule for offshore installations regulations. The subsidiary lantern(s) should mark the offshore structure at night by ensuring that at least one light is visible upon approaching the structure from any direction. The L410EX-W-03 has a minimum average intensity of 15Cd and flashes red light, Morse code ‘U’ every 15 seconds controlled by the Orga Navaids Central Control Panel NCCP.

External photocell

Used in conjunction with the Navaids Central Control Panel, the explosion proof external photocell provides automatic control of the marine lanterns at dawn and dusk. The photocell is compact design with specious cable connection compartment. Because of the photocell control the light source average life will be extended and power savings are being made.

Navaids Central Control Panel

A major component of the Aids to Navigation system is the control panel. Orga has designed a state of the art modular control panel that is capable of full user interaction via the touch screen. Available in both non-certified and certified (Zone 1) version, the new modular navaids central control panel (NCCP) has full alarm, history and status monitoring capabilities as well as offering full redundancy and being easy to maintain and set-up. The design features control through compact modules resulting in a control panel that takes up minimal floor space. When used in conjunction with Orga’s marine lanterns, visibility meters, racons and foghorns the system will deliver low power and a fully reliable design to meet all our clients regulatory and project needs.

Combined Main/Secondary foghorn

In the United Kingdom main/secondary foghorns are required to meet the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change – Standard marking schedule for offshore installations regulations. The FH800(3)EX complies with this request, and due to smart technology these two foghorns are integrated into one foghorn, with a double power source to meet redundancy requirements. The sound character, of the main foghorn, shall be Morse code ‘U’ every 30 secs and is controlled from the NCCP. The effective range of the main foghorn is at least 2 NM (134dB(A) at 1 m) with the secondary being at least ½ NM in any direction. The foghorn signal shall be activated whenever the meteorological visibility in any direction is 2 NM or less, and should be capable of operating continuously at full power from a UPS supply which will activate in the event of mains power failure.

Visibility meter

The Orga Offshore visibility meter is based on the back scatter operating principle with a long life laser LED providing a continuous visibility indication for direct read-out, or via telemetry. The unit is provided with two fixed output contacts for automatic control of the lanterns and foghorns. The unit is made of stainless steel and provided with self-monitoring functions to ensure long term installation.

Racon beacon

This heavy duty racon beacon has been designed in accordance with IALA specifications and is suitable to transmit a Morse code character, which appears on
the radar display of a passing vessel. The unit operates in the X and S bands and has the possibility to activate the side lobe suppression, the built-in self test and self calibration capabilities ensure unattended service.