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ICCP Quantum Panel

The ICCP Quantum Control Panel is a thyristor system housed in a range of different-sized cabinets. The system comprises of a control PCB, a Thyristor PCB and a Thyristor unit. The ICCP Modular Control Panel is housed in a range of different-sized cabinets. The system comprises a control module and at least a 100A power module, with standard output ratings in multiples of 100A. Systems larger than 500A will require more than one cabinet. The supply requirements are 380, 400, 440 Vac +/- 10%, 3 phase, 50/60 Hz. 

  • A thyristor system housed in different-sized cabinets
  • Low maintenance 
  • Automatic data logging

  • Automatic data logging 
  • Low maintenance  
  • Self Regulating automatic system with minimal human intervation required 

  • Quantum Thyristor Panels up to 1600A 
  • RS485 communication and data logging 
  • Multi-lingual language 
  • Modular Panels of up to 500A 
  • Remote monitoring and control 

Quantum control panels are multi-lingual where English and Chinese can be selected. The control PCB is a micro-processor-based system having a backlit LCD display, the display is used to monitor and allow control of the system. Below the LCD are four push buttons, which are the controls for changing the system parameters.  To the right of the LCD is a power-on indicator, which also acts as an alarm indicator. Only Master control panels are fitted with a control PCB to allow for the operation of the system. Slave panels are not fitted with Control PCB’s as the operation is done from the Master panel. Slave panels are fitted with a power indication lamp. 

RS485 communication enables the control panel to be linked to the vessel’s monitoring system allowing for a universal communications bus. Data is locally stored on the controller for log sheets and performance analysis. The controller is fitted with a USB port to allow for the system readings to be uploaded to a PC or memory stick for analysis and or forwarding on as a log sheet to save the crews time. 

Modular panels are operated from the control module and are a micro-processor-based system having a 4-line 16-character backlit LCD display. The display is used to monitor and allow control of the system. At the side of the LCD are four push buttons, which are the controls for changing the system parameters. 

Quantum remotes can be installed in a convenient location on board the vessel to mirror the readings whilst also allowing control of the panel from the remote. This is done through RS485 connectivity whilst the modular panels have RS422 which allows for mirroring of the readings. 

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