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CARGO HOLDS WATER INGRESS
DETECTION SYSTEM


BULK PROTECTOR
Cargo Holds : 5
Fore Peak Tank : 1
Dry/Void Spaces : 1
Ballast Tank : 0


BULK PROTECTOR
Cargo Holds Water Ingress Monitoring & Alarm Detection System
BULK PROTECTOR
Cargo Holds Water Ingress Monitoring & Alarm
Detection System
Introduction
SELMA Cargo Holds Water Ingress Detection System BULK PROTECTOR supervises
and detects Water presence in Cargo Holds Area, any Ballast Tank and any Dry/Void
Space any part of which extends forward of Foremost Cargo Hold (other than chain
locker).

The main aim of the System is to perform Detection by generating Audible & Visual
Alarm Signal by indicating the Point where the Water was detected.

In particular according to IMO Resolution MSC.145 (77) Performance Standards for
Water Level Detectors on Bulk Carriers and IACS Unified Interpretation (UI) SC180 the
supervision should be implemented on the following points :

Specifically in Cargo Holds Area the Alarm is performed when Water Level reaches
0.5m & 2.0m Height from inner Bottom. In Fore Peak Tank or Ballast Tank Area forward
of Collision Bulkhead, the Alarm is performed when Water Level reaches 10% of Tank
Level Capacity. In any Dry or Void Space Forward of foremost cargo hold the Alarm
Signal is performed when Water Level reaches 0.1m above Deck.

Furthermore Override Buttons are comprised in order to disable Alarm on Fore Peak
Tank, Ballast Tank forward of Collision Bulkhead and in Holds that are used as Ballast.
When the Water Level is below Alarm Set Points then automatically the Fore Peak Tank,
Ballast Tank & Ballast Hold Override function change over into Alarm Normal Operation
according to MSC.145 (77).

Finally all Alarms are performed according to IMO Code on Alarms and Indications
1995 refer to 3.3.2 of IMO Resolution MSC.145 (77).

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BULK PROTECTOR
Cargo Holds Water Ingress Monitoring & Alarm Detection System
Equipment of BULK PROTECTOR
SELMA Cargo Holds Water Ingress Detection System BULK PROTECTOR comprises
state-of-the-art Control & Instrumentation Technology with Maximum Performance
Capabilities implementing Monitoring and Alarm Function Operation. The important
concept is the implementation of Continuous Water Level Monitoring in each Hold and
Fore Peak Tank, Ballast Tank and perform Alarm on Set Point stated by IMO Resolution
MSC.145 (77) Performance Standards for Water Level Detectors on Bulk Carriers and
IACS Unified Interpretation (UI) SC180.

I. Monitoring & Alarm PLC System III. Local Junction Boxes
(Zenner Barriers Inside)


Note : Local Junction
Boxes should be installed
in Safe Area.




IV. Remote Alarm Module

II. Main Junction Box Terminal


V. Submersible Level Pressure
Transmitter Sensors
(Cargo Holds & Fore Peak Tank)




VI. Ultrasonic Level Sensor (Dry/Void Space)
[If existed on Vessel]







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Cargo Holds Water Ingress Monitoring & Alarm Detection System
Equipment Technical Profile of BULK PROTECTOR
Submersible Level Pressure Transmitters
(Cargo Holds & Fore Tank Area)
Ultrasonic Level Sensor
(Dry/Void Space) [If existed on Vessel]
- IP68
- Intrinsically Safe II 1 G EEx ia IIC T4
- Stainless Steel
- Submersible
- 4-20mA Output
- 2 Wires
- Marine Type
- IP68
- Intrinsically Safe Eex ia IIC T6
- Stainless Steel
- Marine Type
Main Junction Box Terminal Local Junction Boxes

- Intrinsically Safe Certified Barriers
Monitoring & Alarm PLC System
Functions according to IMO Resolution MSC.145 (77) Performance Standards for Water
Level Detectors on Bulk Carriers and IACS Unified Interpretation (UI) SC180.

- Continuous Water Level Monitoring in Holds
- Independent Sound Level Alarm for 0.5m & 2.0m
- Override Switch Function for Ballast Holds & Fore Peak Tank
[According to IMO Resolution MSC145.(77)]
- Normal & Emergency Supply (Automatic Change Over Supply)
- Function Test of System
- Open Circuit Line Supervision
- Short Circuit Line Supervision
- Zero/Span Adjustment through Display
- Fore Peak Tank Continuous Water Level Monitoring with 10% Tank Level Alarm
- Dry/Void Space Water Detection 0.1m above Deck
- Marine Type PLC & Display Bar Graph System

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- Alarm on 0.5m & 2.0m of Water Level
- Dead Zone Parameter Adjustment
- Mashalling Cables from Junction Boxes


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Cargo Holds Water Ingress Monitoring & Alarm Detection System
Philosophy of BULK PROTECTOR
The Philosophy of BULK PROTECTOR is the following :

Sensor Operation (Cargo Holds & Ballast Tanks forward of Collision Bulkhead) :
In particular when in one of the supervised Areas in Bulk Carriers is inserted Water, then
the Water implements hydrostatic Pressure related to its Level. The Sensors that are
installed in Bottom of the Cargo Holds & Ballast Tank are Submersible Electronic Level
Transmitters and provide Continuous Water Level Monitoring by transmitting Signal 4-
20mA. The Submersible Level Pressure Transmitters perform Water Level
measurement with the hydrostatic pressure that is applied on the Transmitter. The direct
conversion of the pressure into an electrical signal is achieved by a minute deflection of
sensor which changes the resistance of the bridge with the applied stress. Changes in
pressure cause a corresponding change in the transmitter output in proportion to the
bridge unbalance. A single electronic circuit supplies power to sensor receives its signal
providing conversion into 4-20mA. The Submersible Electronic Transmitters are
Stainless Steel, Ex & Marine Approved with IP68 Circuit Enclosures.

Sensor Operation (Dry/Void Space fwd of foremost Cargo Hold if existed in Vessel) :
If vessel comprises Dry/Void Space forward of Foremost Cargo Hold is installed
Ultrasonic Level Sensor on height 0.1m above Deck (Refer to Sensor Installation
Diagram). It is worthy to be noted that Ultrasonic Level Sensor is designed for Marine
Applications for liquid detection and operate on the principle of distributed acoustic
waves in a metal rod. If the rod is not covered by the liquid the sound waves are
dispersed freely without any interference. If liquid covers the rod the emission of sound
waves is muffled and this interference is picked up by the piezoelectric sensor and
transmitted by a Signal to the Current Loop (On-Off). The Ultrasonic Level Sensor is
Stainless Steel, Ex, Marine Approved with IP68 Circuit Enclosure.

The installation of Sensors is illustrated on attached Diagrams according to Vessel
particular Specifications. Protection procedure of Sensors is predicted [Refer to Sensor
Installation Diagrams] in order to avoid contact of Sensors with Cargo and implement
protection from Unloading Machineries.
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Cargo Holds Water Ingress Monitoring & Alarm Detection System
The Installation inside Cargo Holds is intrinsically safe according to IMO Resolution
MSC145(77)Performance Standards for Water Level Detectors on Bulk Carriers and
IACS (UI) SC180. The Sensors in Cargo Holds are Intrinsically Safe and Zenner Barriers
are comprised in Local Junction Boxes in order to perform Ex Installation.
Cargo Holds Sensors are tested according to IACS SC180 with Sand, Coal, Iron, Grain

Local Junction Boxes of BULK PROTECTOR:
The Transmitted Signal is 4 20mA and the Transmission is implemented through
Special Submersible Cable that is fixed with Sensor. (Sea Water Resistant & High Temp
Resistant up to 120oC) which is connected on Deck Corresponding Local Junction Box
of specific Hold or Fore Peak Tank [Local J. Box]. All Signals from Local junction
Boxes are concentrated on Final Main Junction Box.
The Cargo Holds Sensors Signals are passed through Zenner Barriers (Local Junction
Boxes). The Signals of Fore Peak Tank and Dry/Void Space (If existed) do not require
Zenner Barrier Presence according to IMO Resolution MSC.145(77).

It is important to be noted that the Local Junction Boxes are installed on Deck of
Corresponding Hold or Fore Peak Tank and the Main Junction Box Terminal should be
installed on Upper Deck in the place where the Main Cable Line on Deck is ended.

Pipes Installation (Hold) :
1 or 1 Pipe is installed in each Cargo Hold in mid aft part (Refer to Pipe Diagrams)
for Cable Protection. On Deck is not necessary the installation of Pipe because the Main
Existing Cable Tube is used. It is important to be mentioned that the Intrinsically Safe
Circuit Cables are considered from Local Junction Boxes (Zenner Barriers inside) until
Sensors in Cargo Hold Area. Consequently the Cables from Local Junction Boxes until
Main Junction Box Terminal and finally to Bridge Alarm System are considered as Safe
Cables and must be Armored and Marine Type.
In case that the Bulk Carrier comprises Tunnel the Cables can pass through Tunnel and
the Pipe can be avoided.

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Finally if the Vessel Comprises Tunnel then Deck Installation of J.Boxes is avoided.

Refer to Sensor operation inside Cargo Holds & Fore Peak Tank it should be noted that
the measuring Range is from Inner Bottom until to Deck Top.

particles and sea water as representative of the range of cargos. [IACS 180 - 5].


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Cargo Holds Water Ingress Monitoring & Alarm Detection System
Cabling Procedure :
The cables that are installed from Local Junction Boxes to Main junction Box is
recommended to be 2x1mm2 or 2x1.5mm2 Armored and Marine Type. From Main
Junction Box Terminal until the Monitoring & Alarm PLC System the cable that is used
is 12x1mm2 or 12x1.5mm2. If the Bulk Carrier is until 4 Holds then 1 cable 12x1mm2 or
12x1.5mm2 is used. If the Bulk Carrier is from 5 9 Holds then 2 Cables 12x1mm2 are
used. In all cases it is recommended to refer on Attached General Arrangement
Installation Diagram Sheet 3.
Monitoring & Alarm PLC System :
The Monitoring & Alarm PLC System is supplied with Normal Supply 100-240V AC and
Emergency Supply 24V DC. In particular Power Supply Module(10A) is comprised with
input 100-240V AC and generates 24V DC (Stabilized). It is worthy to be noted that when
the Normal supply 100-240V AC is cut off then automatically the power supply of the
System changes from Normal into Emergency 24V DC. Furthermore Electric Fuses are
included in order to implement circuit protection and Aux. Relays for automatic power
supply change over procedure and furthermore in order to perform common alarm
functions. The Main PLC System is able to perform Discrete & Analog I/O. The Display
Bar Graph that is placed in Front is performing Monitoring, Alarm & Integrated
Supervision of System.
Monitoring & Alarm PLC System Function Operation
Initially it should be marked that the Operator is able to use the Function Keys that are
presented on Display System in order to observe the various application pages :









Function
Keys
(with Side
Leds)
MAIN
PAGES
Monitoring & Alarm
Display
- Bar Graph
- Alphanumeric
[Application Pages]
OVERRIDE
Function Key
Function
Keys
SUB
PAGES
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Cargo Holds Water Ingress Monitoring & Alarm Detection System
In particular in each Application Page the Water Level Monitoring is illustrated in Bar
Graph and in Alphanumeric Format. Furthermore it is illustrated the Condition of each
Cargo Hold Alarm 0.5m & 2.0m Alarm Active or Normal. The same illustration is
presented on Fore Peak Tank & Void/Dry Space.


In addition it is presented in each Application page of Hold Ballast Mode in case that
the specific Hold is used as Ballast and Fore Peak Tank Application page illustrates
Ballast Mode in case were is used as Ballast also.

Moreover it is illustrated in each Application Page Simulation Mode that will be
discussed later.

Finally there are Set Point Parameter Pages for adjusting time delay Alarm, Set Points of
Short Circuits & Open Circuit Time Delay Alarm etc.

Front Common Alarm :
In Front of System is placed a Signal Indicator where are presented Common Alarms.
The Operator will be able to observe a quick view of System Condition.
Specifically the following common Alarm Functions are presented :
1. 0.5m Water Alarm Cargo Holds
Detection
8. Illumination Potentiometer Adjust
2. 2m Water Alarm Cargo Holds
Detection
9. Normal AC Power On
3. FPT or Void Space Water Detect.
Com. Alarm
10. Emergency 24V DC Power On
4. AC or DC Power Failure Alarm 11. Lamp Test / Function Test
5. Broken Line or Sensor Failure
Alarm
12. Acknowledge
6. SPARE 13. STOP HORN
7. Horn
- - - - 0.5m
____ 2m or FPT Alarm or V. S. Alarm
- - - - Pow. F. or Sen. F.

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"Short Circuit". In case of Ground between Zenner and Sensor the Alarm performed
is "Open Circuit").
Furthermore in each Application Page is illustrated Open Circuit or Short Circuit
Condition Alarm.(In case of Ground between Zenner and Panel the Alarm performed is


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Cargo Holds Water Ingress Monitoring & Alarm Detection System

1
COMMON ALARM
9
10
11
12
13
8
7
6
5
4
3
2












1. Red Led with Label 0.5m Cargo Holds Water Ingress Detection. It is energized
and perform flickering each time one of the Cargo Holds reaches 0.5m Water
Level.
2. Red Led with Label 2m Cargo Holds Water Ingress Detection. It is energized and
perform flickering each time one of the Cargo Holds reaches 2m Water Level.
3. Red Led with Label Fore Peak Tank or Void Space Water Detect. Com. Alarm.
When Water reaches 10% Tank Capacity of Fore Peak Tank or Dry/Void Space
Water reaches 0.1m above Deck it is energized and perform flickering.
4. AC or DC Power Failure Alarm. It is energized when one of the Power Supplies
is cut off.
5. Broken Line or Sensor Failure Alarm. It is energized when it is existed Open
Circuit or Short Circuit in Sensor Line.
6. SPARE Led is used when one of Spare Alarm of System are energized and
performed flickering.
7. HORN is performing Audible Alarm with 3 separate sound Level.
Sound Level 1 : 0.5m
Sound Level 2 : 2m or Fore Peak Tank or Void Space Alarm
Sound Level 3 : Power Failure or Sensor Failure
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8. Illumination Potentiometer Adjust is used in order to modify the Led illumination
in night on Bridge.
9. Normal AC Power On is light on when the System is supplied with Normal Supply
100-240V AC
10. Emergency DC Power On, is light on when the System is supplied with
Emergency Supply 24V DC.
11. LAMP TEST / FUNCTION TEST : When the button is pressed one time the
Operator check which Leds are on & are operating normal.
Note : By keeping pressed this button for more than 20 sec it is performed
Function Test of System and all Leds are flickering and Sound Signal is
energized. With this function it is tested the Alarm Operation of Common Alarm.
In order to stop the Function test, the operator should press Stop Horn and then
Acknowledge.
12. ACKNOWLEDGE : When an Alarm is performed, the Operator by pressing this
Button the Flickering of Alarm Stop and remains On until the Signal return to
Normal Condition.
13. STOP HORN : When an Alarm is energized, the Operator by pressing this button
he can stop the Audible Alarm of Horn.

Alarm Operation Procedure of the System
Initially when an Alarm is energized the following procedure are performed :
a. The Horn automatically is operating on the corresponding Sound Level
b. The Common Alarm is Flickering on Common Alarm Station
c. On Display Monitor it is specified the Area and the Level where the Alarm is
performed with Flickering i.e. Cargo Holds No1 2m Water Detection


Alarm Water Detection





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Cargo Holds Water Ingress Monitoring & Alarm Detection System
d. In parallel in Display Monitor a Red Led is flickering on the Specific Area of
Function Key.
Red Led on Display Specific
Area Function Key






The Procedure that the Operator should be followed is :
I. Press Stop Horn
II. Press Acknowledge
III. On Display Panel Press Function Key Button of Specific Alarm Page
(i.e. Cargo Hold No1) in order to view Alarm Condition.


Monitoring Functions
The Operator can be informed about the Monitoring Function of each Area by pressing
the Corresponding Function Keys :
- Fore Peak Tank
- Void Space
- Cargo Hold No1
- Cargo Hold No2
- Cargo Hold No3
- Cargo Hold No4
- Up to number of Holds
in Bulk Carrier
- System Page

i.e. In case where the Operator Press Function Key Fore Peak Tank then the following
Page will be presented on Display :


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Cargo Holds Water Ingress Monitoring & Alarm Detection System
FORE PEAK TANK PAGE


FIELD No5
FIELD No4 FIELD No3
FIELD No2 FIELD No1










Field No1 : Presents Water Level Monitoring in Bar Graph of Fore Peak Tank
Field No2 : Presents Water Level Monitoring in Alphanumeric Format i.e. 0.34 m
Field No3 : Presents if Fore Peak Tank Alarm is Normal or Active (10% Tank Level)
Field No4 : Presents Condition of Sensor Normal or Open Circuit or Short Circuit
Field No5 : Presents Condition of Specific Area Ballast Mode or Simulation Mode. If
none of theses two Conditions is Active then the Field is empty as Normal
Operation.








R4
OVERRIDE
FUNCTION
R3

SUB
PAGE
R2

SUB
PAGE
R1

SUB
PAGE
FUNCTION KEY PAGE
(i.e. FORE PEAK TANK)
Then the Operator by pressing R1 or R2 or R3 he can observe the Sub Pages of the
specific function Key Area.
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Cargo Holds Water Ingress Monitoring & Alarm Detection System
It is worthy to be noted that R4 is the Override Function Push Button. When it is pressed
then Fore Peak Tank is in Ballast Mode and the same function is performed if R4 is
pressed in the Application Page of the Specific Hold which is used also as Ballast.

When the Operator press the specific Function Key and then R2 in case that is in Fore
Peak Tank Page then the Sub Page of the Specific Function Key Area is presented :












Field D
Field C
Field B
Field A
Hold
Bottom
Sensor
_m : Dead
Zone
x
Field A : Presents Span Adjustment Value
Field B : Presents Zero Adjustment Value
Field C : Dead Zone Adjustment Value (m)
Field D : Actual Value Measurement of Level in meters

x
_m : Dead
Zone
Sensor
Hold
Bottom
DEAD ZONE : In order to fit the Sensor Higher from inner
Bottom but not more than 0.3m, then the System should be
configured by changing the Dead Zone Parameter. In this case
if i.e. Dead Zone is 0.2m (Distance of Sensor from Hold Bottom)
then when the Water Level reaches the Sensor, in this case the
actual Value will be :
ACTUAL VALUE = (Water Level) + (Dead Zone)
i.e. If the Sensor is installed 0.2m (Dead Zone) above Hold
Bottom and the specific Time Period the Sensor reads 0.15m,
In this Case ACTUAL VALUE = (0.15m) + (0.2m)=0.35m
Constant Value Dead Zone according to Sensor Installation Varying Water Level (m)









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When the Operator press specific Function Key and then R3 in case that is in Fore
Peak Tank Page then the Sub Page of the Specific Function Key Area is presented :















Field E : Presents Value of Alarm Set Point (10% Tank Level)
Field F : Presents Value of Alarm reset Point
Field G : Presents Value of Alarm Time Delay (sec)
Field H : Presents Value of Time Delay Open Circuit Alarm (sec)
Field I : Presents Value of Time Delay Short Circuit Alarm (sec)


REMARK : In case where the Vessel Comprises Water Ballast Tank Forward of
foremost cargo hold the Alarm Page Operation is also 10% Level Alarm with Override
Function.[Same Procedure as it is followed on Fore Peak Tank Page].






Field E
Field F
Field G
Field H
Field I


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CARGO HOLD MONITORING FUNCTION (i.e. No1)











FIELD No6
FIELD No5 FIELD No4
FIELD No3
FIELD No2 FIELD No1

Field No1 : Presents Water Level Monitoring in Bar Graph in Specific Cargo Hold
Field No2 : Presents Water Level Monitoring in Alphanumeric Format i.e. 0.34 m
Field No3 : Presents if 0.5m Alarm is Normal or Active
Field No4 : Presents if 2.0m Alarm is Normal or Active
Field No5 : Presents Condition of Sensor Normal or Open Circuit or Short Circuit
Field No6 : Presents Condition of Specific Area Ballast Mode or Simulation Mode. If
none of theses two Conditions is Active then the Field is empty as Normal
Operation.








R4
OVERRIDE
FUNCTION
R3

SUB
PAGE
R2

SUB
PAGE
R1

SUB
PAGE
FUNCTION KEY PAGE
(i.e. FORE PEAK TANK)
Then the Operator by pressing R1 or R2 or R3 he can observe the Sub Pages of the
specific function Key Area.

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It is worthy to be noted that R4 is the Override Function Push Button. When is pressed
then the Specific Hold is used as Ballast. It should be noted that the Display is
programmed each time to perform Ballast Mode only on the Holds which are used as
Ballast from Vessel Particular Specifications.

When the Operator press the specific Function Key and then R2 in case that is Specific
Cargo Hold Page then the Sub Page of the Specific Function Key Area is presented :














Field C
Field B
Field F
Field G
Field E
Field D
Field A

Field A : Presents Span Adjustment Value
Field B : Presents Zero Adjustment Value
Field C : Dead Zone Adjustment Value (m)
Field D : Presents Value of 1
st
Alarm Set Point (always 0.5m)
Field E : Presents Value of 1
st
Alarm Reset Point
Field F : Presents Value of Time Delay 1
st
Alarm (sec)
Field G : Presents Actual Measured Value (meters)



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Sensor
x
_m : Dead
Zone
Hold
Bottom
Constant Value Dead Zone according to Sensor
Installation
DEAD ZONE : In order to fit the Sensor Higher from inner
Bottom but not more than 0.3m, then the System should be
configured by changing the Dead Zone Parametter. In this case
if i.e. Dead Zone is 0.18m (Distance of Sensor from Hold
Bottom) then when the Water Level reaches the Sensor, in this
case the actual Value will be :
ACTUAL VALUE = (Water Level) + (Dead Zone)
i.e. If the Sensor is installed 0.18m (Dead Zone) above Hold
Bottom and the specific Time Period the Sensor reads 0.10m,
In this Case ACTUAL VALUE = (0.10m) + (0.18m)=0.28m
Hold
Bottom
Sensor
_m : Dead
Zone
x









Varying Water Level (m)

When the Operator press specific Function Key and then R3 in case that is in Specific
Hold then the Sub Page of the Specific Function Key Area is presented :














Field M
Field L
Field K
Field J
Field I
Field I : Presents Value of 2
nd
Alarm Set Point (always 2.0m)
Field J : Presents Value of 2
nd
Alarm Reset Point
Field K : Presents Value of Alarm Time Delay (sec)
Field L : Presents Value of Time Delay Open Circuit Alarm (sec)
Field M : Presents Value of Time Delay Short Circuit Alarm (sec)
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Note : The same Functions are performed on the rest of Application Pages of Cargo
Hold No2, No3,No4 up to Number of Holds in Bulk Carrier.

SYSTEM PAGE MONITORING FUNCTION
By pressing Function Key of System Page on Display Panel then on the Operator is
illustrated the following Application Page :










Field I. : Presents AC Power Condition Normal or Failure
Field II. : Presents DC Power Condition Normal or Failure

VOID SPACE ALARM PAGE
By pressing Function Key of VOID SPACE / SPARE ALARM on Display Panel then on
the Operator is illustrated the following Application Page :









Field c Field d
Field b Field a
Field II.
Field I.

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Field a : Presents Void No1 0.1m Condition NORMAL or ALARM .
Field b : Presents Void Space No1 Sensor NORMAL or FAILURE
Field c : Presents Spare Alarm No2 Condition NORMAL or ALARM .
Field d : Presents Spare Alarm No2 Sensor NORMAL or FAILURE

BALLAST MODE OVERRIDE FUNCTION
There are Areas in Bulk Carrier that are used in several periods as Ballast. Specifically,
Fore Peak Tank and Ballast Hold/Holds that are notified on Vessels Technical
Specifications. Those Areas should be in Override Operation when are in Ballast
Condition.
i.e. In case that the Operator prefers to use a Particular Hold as Ballast, then he should
proceed to the following Tasks :
- Press Function Key of the Specific Hold or Fore Peak Tank.
- Press R4
- Then automatically Override Function of the Specific Area is energized and on
Display is marked the Label Ballast Mode

Note 1: In case that the Operator after following this procedure forget to use the Specific
Hold as Ballast , then the program after 1 hour returns to Normal Condition of the
specific Area and reset Ballast Mode.

Note 2 : In case that the Operator follows the above procedure, and the specific area is
used as Ballast, then when the Water Level returns below lower Alarm Set Point, in
this case automatically Override Function is reset [Ballast Mode is Reset] and
Supervision of the specific Area is reactivated automatically [Normal Condition].
[According to IMO Resolution MSC.145 (77) Performance Standards for Water Level Detectors on Bulk
Carriers and IACS Unified Interpretation (UI) SC180]






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NOTE : If Vessel Comprises more than 1 Void Spaces it will be illustrated on Monitor

in place of Spare Alarm No2, as "Void Space No2 0.1m".



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SIMULATION MODE TEST
The Operator can implement Simulation on Control Panel. In particular the Operator
should perform the following Tasks :
- Press Function Key of the Specific Hold or Fore Peak Tank
- Press R1
- Observe Sub Page of the Specific Hold or Fore Peak Tank
- Press Mode
- Observe on Display a number that start flickering
- Type from Display the preferred Number and press Enter (Input Value)
[Range 0 20m]
- Press & Keep Pressed R4
- Observe on Display the Input Value & Bar Graph which has the same value
- By Keeping pressed R4 for 30 sec the Specific Alarm will be energized
(2.0m or 0.5m if it is in Hold Page, 10% Alarm if it is in Fore Peak Tank Page)
- By Releasing R4 the operator should follow the familiar Reset Procedure of
Alarm.
Press Stop Horn
Press Acknowledge
On Display Panel Press Function Key Button of Specific Alarm
Page (i.e. Cargo Hold No1) in order to view Alarm Condition


The above procedure is a Quick Test of System in order to test all Supervision Areas
(taking in mind that all Sensors in Areas are healthy).








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PROCEDURE FOR CHANGING PARAMETERS OF SET POINTS
If the Operator prefers to change one of the Parameters that are presented on Display
[Sub Pages of Parameters Pages]











- Press Function Key of Specific Hold or Fore Peak Tank
- Press R1 or R2 or R3 in order to observe the specific Sub Page
- Press Mode
- A Number Start Flickering which illustrates that is ready for value change
- In order to pass to the next numbers press each time Mod. Then each time the
Operator press Mod he can pass to the number that he prefers to change
- When the preferred number start flickering then the Operator Type the number
he prefers from Display Keypad
- Press Enter
- New Set Point has been implemented
- Note : In order to pass each time to Sub Pages, the operator should press each
time Function Key of Prefered page and then R1 or R2 or R3. In other words if
for example he press R1 he can not press afterwards R2. He should return to
Specific Application Page by pressing specific Function Key and then press R2.
The same procedure should be followed with R3. Return to Specific Application
Page by pressing specific Function Key and then R3.


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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
It is important to be mentioned that the Maintenance Procedure of Cargo Holds Water
Ingress Detection System is focused on Sensor.

In particular the Sensor Cover should be cleaned each time the Crew is cleaning the
Hold Area.

The Sensors that are supplied to the Bulk Carrier are Calibrated according to Vessels
Technical Specification.

It is recommended to perform Recalibration of Sensors every 4 Years.

TEST PROCEDURE :
It should be fitted the Adaptor that is supplied with the System on the front side of Sensor. The
adaptor is tighten with Allen Screws that are placed on it.

Option No1 : [Refer to Sheet 1.2]
1) On the thread that is presented on the front side with Rakor, it should be placed a Hand
Held Pump with Gauge Instrument (-1.0) 0 (+1.5) bar. By adjusting the Pressure on
50mbar it is energized the Alarm of 0.5m after time delay 25 sec. By increasing the
pressure on 200mbar (0.2 bar) it is energized the Alarm of 2.0m after time delay 25 sec.

Option No2 : [Refer to Sheet 1.3]
2) On the Rakor that is presented on the front side of Adaptor, it should be placed a Tube
12 min with Length around 2.5m and it should be feeded with Water with Relative
Quantity with Level that the Alarm should be energized (0.5m or 2.0m).

Note : When the Adaptor is fitted on Sensor, it should be opened from the side of Rakor and
then place the Test Equipment of Options 1) or 2).

The Conversion Table is illustrated on Sheet 1.5.



selma automation Technical Operation Manual Page - 21

REMARK : In all Cases before implementing the TEST
PROCEDURES remove the Protective Cup of Sensor.
(Refer to Picture 2.1)
Picture 2.1

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REMOTE TEST PROCEDURE
The Test of Sensors can be implemented also by following Remote Test Procedure. The Special
PUR Seawater Resistant Cable 25m which is fixed with Sensor, comprises internally a plastic
Tube 25m attached with the 25m cable. The Plastic Tube communicates with Flash Diaphragm of
Sensor.
- The Plastic Tube and 2 Wires are ended on Local Junction Boxes.
- Consequently the Operator can implement Remote Test by Connecting a Hand Held
Vacuum Pump on Plastic Tube, and Subtract Air from Plastic Tube.
- This is the same procedure like applying pressure on Flash Diaphragm of Sensor but
without someone entry Cargo Hold Area.


GENERAL NOTES
If in the Alarm System it is presented any Measuring Level Value on a specific Hold, and
the reason might be that the specific Hold Sensor is applied with pressure by Cargo or
the specific Hold might comprises small Quantity of Water (i.e. after Cargo Cleaning), it
is recommended in this case to Set this presented value as ZERO adjust on Alarm
System and only for the Time Period of the Specific Cargo Condition.
NOTE : This parameter ZERO Adjust should be rechanged to initial value when the
specific Cargo is Unloaded.



DEFAULT BUTTON MANUFACTURERS SETTING
All Alarms Time Delay are Set up with 30 sec. Consequently Every Alarm is performed
after 30 sec.

In case that in several periods the Set Points parameters are changed from Operator or
are changed by mistake, then inside Alarm Panel and beside PLC it is placed a Button
with Label Manufacturer Initial Settings. Consequently by Pressing this Button all
Parameters will be Returned to Initial Values.

Furthermore, inside Alarm Panel it is placed 4 Pages with SELMA Default Parameters


Settings according to Vessel Specifications. Moreover it is placed 1 Page illustrating the
Nameplates of Sensors. Finally, it should be noted that each Level Transmitter Sensor
comprises at the end of PUR Cable a Mark Label indicating the recommended connection
of Sensor Channel (i.e C.H.4).
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TEST of System (Option 2)

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TROUBLESHOOTING ACTIONS

1. Normal AC Power Failure
NORMAL AC Power OFF
1.1.1. Check Fuses F1 & F3.
1.1.2. If the switches of Fuses F1, F3 are down raise them up
1.2.1. Check NORMAL AC Power Supply on Main Alarm Panel Terminals
1 & 2.
1.2.2. If there is no Power Supply on Panel check the Main Power Supply of
Switch Board Cabinet on Vessel.

2. Emergency DC Power Failure
EMERGENCY DC Power OFF
2.1.1. Check Fuse F2.
2.1.2. If the switch of Fuse F2 is down raise it up
2.2.1. Check EMERGENCY DC Power Supply on Main Alarm Panel
Terminals 3 & 4.
2.2.2. If there is no Emergency Power Supply on Panel check the Emergency
Power of Vessel.

3. POWER SUPPLY UNIT inside Main Alarm Panel
The POWER SUPPLY UNIT inside Main Alarm Panel comprises 1 Green Led
& 1 Orange Led. If one of the Led or both Led s are OFF then perform the
following Actions :
3.1.1. Measure on the POWER SUPPLY Terminals L & N if there is
Normal AC Power Supply.
3.1.2. Measure on POWER SUPPLY Terminals + & - If there is 18V - 24V
DC. If the Voltage is below 18V then use the local Potentiometer which
is placed on Power Supply Unit and adjust the Emergency Power with
small Screw Driver.
3.1.3. If the Power Supply Unit do not generate 24V then replace Power
Supply Unit.
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4. ANNUNCIATOR GROUP ALARM INDICATIONS
If the Annunciator Group Alarm Indications are not Lighting perform the
following Actions :
4.1.1. Implement Power Supply Check Procedures (Par.1, 2, 3)
4.2.1. Check Fuse F4
4.2.2. If the switch of Fuse F4 is down raise it up

5. AUDIBLE ALARM
If there is Alarm Indication but without Audible Alarm Sound then implement
the following procedure :
5.1.1. Check Fuse F5
5.1.2. If the switch of Fuse F5 is down raise it up
5.2.1. If the problem remains then replace R4 Relay inside Main Alarm Panel

6. AUTOMATIC CHANGE OVER AC & DC POWER SUPPLY
If the Automatic Change Over Procedure of AC to DC Power Supply and
reversible, doesnt performed follow the following Action :
6.1.1. Replace Relay R1 inside Main Alarm Panel
7. BROKEN LINE or SENSOR FAILURE ALARM
If Broken Line or Sensor Failure Alarm is illustrated then implement the
following Actions :
7.1.1. Observe on Monitor of Main Alarm Panel which Area has the problem
i.e. CARGO HOLD No1 Open Circuit Alarm
7.1.2. Check (with Multimeter Set in Volt) the corresponding Terminals on
Main Alarm Panel 60 & 62 if the signal is 18V 27V.
7.1.3. Check (with Multimeter Set in Volt) the corresponding Terminals on
Main Junction Box 60 & 62 if the signal is 18V 27V.
7.1.4. Check (with Multimeter Set in Volt) the corresponding Terminals on
Local Junction Box 1 & 4 if the signal is 18V 27V.
7.1.5. If the Fault (Signal outside 18V 27V) is observed between Level
Transmitter and Local Junction Box then replace Level Transmitter.
TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE Page 2
Note : Before Replacing Faulty Level Transmitter, connect it directly on
Main Panel corresponding Terminals (Bridge), in order to confirm that is not
operating Normal. Otherwise if it is operating Normal on Direct connection to
Main Panel then the Level Transmitter is not Faulty & Check other Cases.

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If the Fault is focused between Zenner Barrier and Alarm Panel,
replace Zenner Barrier. If the Fault is focused between Panel Terminal
& Monitor, replace PLC Base Unit.

7.2.1. Observe on Monitor of Main Alarm Panel which Area has the problem
i.e. CARGO HOLD No1 Short Circuit Alarm
7.2.2. Check (with Multimeter Set in Ohm) the corresponding Terminals on
Main Alarm Panel 60 & 62 if the signal is above 1KOhm.
[First Disconnect the Cables from Terminal before measure]
7.2.3. Check (with Multimeter Set in Ohm) the corresponding Terminals on
Main Junction Box 60 & 62 if the signal is above 1KOhm.
[First Disconnect the Cables from Terminal before measure]
7.2.4. Check (with Multimeter Set in Ohm) the corresponding Terminals on
Local Junction Box 1 & 4 if the signal is above 1KOhm.
[First Disconnect the Cables from Terminal before measure]
7.2.5. If the Fault (Signal BELOW 1 KOhm) is observed between Level
Transmitter and Local Junction Box then replace Level Transmitter.
If the Fault is focused between Zenner Barrier and Alarm Panel,
replace Zenner Barrier. If the Fault is focused between Panel Terminal
& Monitor, replace PLC Base Unit.

8. PLC MONITOR DISPLAY
a) If the Monitor on Main Alarm Panel Display DIALOGUE TABLE
IMPOSSIBLE perform the following Actions :
8.1.1.Check if the Connector Plug is attached on Monitor back side.
8.1.2.Check if the Connector Plug is attached on PLC in position Aux.
8.1.3.If one of the above cases is performed then reconnect the Cables.
8.2.1. If the Plugs are connected and the problem remains then Check if on
PLC Base the Led RUN is ON and if the Led TER is flickering.
8.2.2.Then in this case PLC is operating normal and Monitor need to be
replaced.


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b) If the Monitor on Main Alarm Panel Display ? instead of Numbers then
perform the following Action :
8.3.1. Press BACK UP BUTTON inside Alarm Panel

c) If on a Specific Area is empty but the Monitor Display Water Less than
30cm Cargo Hold No1 : 0,25m Water Level then perform the following
Action:
8.4.1. Zero Adjust procedure.
8.4.1.1. Press on Keyboard the Corresponding Area Function Button (i.e.
Cargo Hold No1 where the reading 0,25m is illustrated)
8.4.1.2. Press [R2]
8.4.1.3. It is Shown on Monitor the Parameters (Zero, Span Adjustment,
Alarm time delay etc)
8.4.1.4. Press [MOD] on Keyboard
8.4.1.5. By Pressing [MOD] each time, the Parameter Value that is flickering
is ready for change.
8.4.1.6. Zero Adjust Parameter Value 0,00 is start flickering
8.4.1.7. From Keyboard Type the value -0,25
8.4.1.8. Press ENTER

e) If on a Specific Area is empty but the Monitor Display Water More than
30cm Cargo Hold No1 : 0,45 m Water Level then perform the following
Action:
8.5.1.Check the Area i.e. Cargo Hold No1 and clean Sensor.

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AC Volt Input
100 - 240V 50/60Hz
Normal Supply
24 Volt DC
Input
Emergency Supply
F1/F2/F3 = System Fuses 6A
Type : 23810 (Merlin Gerin)
P.S.1 = System Power Supply Module 100-240V AC
24V Output, 10A
Type : ABL-7RE2410 (Telemecanique)
R1 = Normal / Emerg. Supply Change Over Relay
Type : 60.13.9.024.0040 24V DC Coil (Finder)
R2 = Emerg. Supply Failure Alarm
Type : 60.13.9.024.0040 24V DC Coil (Finder)
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Display System & PLC Connection
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Future Connection
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SINK
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XBT 1 = Bar Graph / Alphanumeric Display Panel
PLC 1.1 = Main Unit PLC CPU
a1 = Push Button on Front Panel for Lamp Test
a2 = Push Button on Front Panel for Stop Horn
R1 = Contact from Normal Supply Relay
(Closed when Normal Power Supply is presented)
R2 = Contact from Emergency Supply Relay
(Closed when Emergency Power Supply is presented)
DIG1.1 = PLC Input Digital Card
PLC Digital Input [TSXDMZ 28DR]
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PLC Digital Input [TSXDMZ 28DR]
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a4
Back Up Switch
Inside Panel
Spare Digital Input
(Can be configured in PLC for Future Use)
3
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a3 = Push Button in Front Door for Acknowledge
a4 = Back Up Button inside Panel
[It is pressed in order to return Manufacturer Setting]
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DIG 1.2
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L1
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F4 (2A)
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R3= Common Alarm Relay (to Ship Alarm)
R4= External Horn Drive Relay
L1= Normal Power Supply On (Green)
L2= Emergency Power Supply On (Green)
L3= 0.5m Water Common Alarm Cargo Hold Detection
L4= 2.0m Water Common Alarm Cargo Hold Detection
L5= FPT or Void Space Water Detection Common Alarm
L6= AC or DC Power Failure Alarm
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+C
-C
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-C
External Ship Alarm & Sirene
05
+LC
L7 L8
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34
DIG 1.2
PLC Digital Output [TSXDMZ 28DR]
PLC
F5 (2A)
3
R4
R4
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External
Horn / Light
Spare External
Horn / Light
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External Alarms Common Contacts
to Ship Alarm System
(System Common Alarm)
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L10
L7= Broken Line
L8= Spare Lamp
B1= Panel Buzzer
B2= Remote Buzzer
L10 = Remote Common Alarm Led
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Void Space Sensors Connection
070403 Rev.3
06A
-C
10 (+)
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13 (+) 14 (-)
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Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
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V.S.1 V.S.2
Output 4...18mA
Output 4...18mA
Ultrasonic Level Switch
Ultrasonic Level Switch
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Relay
SR1 E121BD
R=470 Ohm
R=470 Ohm
5 KOhm
5 KOhm
5 KOhm
NOTE :
IF There is not Void Space No1 and/or No2
then it is placed RESISTOR 5 KOhm
between TERMINALS 10 - 12
and TERMINALS 13 - 15
on Panel correspondently
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ANALOGUE INPUT SUB-D CONNECTOR ON PLC CPU
Panel Terminal
PANEL TERMINALS
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06B
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CH 1 CH 2 CH 3
CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7 CH 8
Analogue
9x1
(A)
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-C -C
4 - 20mA
Input from Pressure Level
Transmitter Sensors
070403 Rev.3
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Panel Terminal (POWER SUPPLY & VOID SPACE INPUTS)
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M.J.B.1.1
Ultrasonic Type Sensor ASL400
with mA Output 4...18mA
4 mA when there is not Water Present
18mA when Water is presented (0.1m Alarm)
NOTE :Focus on Polarity Demands of Sensors
5 KOhm
5 KOhm
NOTE :
IF There is not Void Space No1 and/or No2
then it is placed RESISTOR 5 KOhm
between TERMINALS 10 - 12
and TERMINALS 13 - 15
on Panel correspondently 5 KOhm
Refer to 070403 Sheet : 01
Refer to 070403 Sheet : 03
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EXTERNAL ALARM
FREE CONTACT and can
be Connected to Bridge Alarm System
or Black Box as common Alarm
PANEL TERMINALS
070403 Rev.3
Refer to 070403 Sheet : 03 & 05
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Ship Electric Marine Automation
Design By : Checked By : Date
Project
Draw No Sheet
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07/05/03 Cargo Holds Water Ingress
Detection System
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070403 Rev.3
M.J.B .1.1
Ground must be connected
on the Safe Area
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SELMA
Ship Electric Marine Automation
Design By : Checked By : Date
Project
Draw No Sheet
Z. Klados J. Rafeletos
A B
A
A A
07/05/03 Cargo Holds Water Ingress
Detection System
Sensor Connection with Local J.B & Main J.B & Terminal Panel
60
PANEL TERMINAL
M.J.B 1.1
PUR Special Data Cable
Fixed with Sensors
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