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Topic Title: Control Panel & PLC comply with Marine Standard
Topic Summary: Which Standard we should use
Created On: 21 December 2009 05:44 AM
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 21 December 2009 05:44 AM
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Dear All,

Anyone know about which standard (For Example: Lloyd's Register) we should use for the control panel, SCADA, PLC and other control device and installation, which in the marine application?

Thank and Reagrds,
 21 December 2009 09:52 AM
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It depends on the class the panel is being used on, and what you are using the PLC for.
If you look at Lloyds for example you may need to submit a print out of the program for approval.

A far as I am aware as long you are using a factory standard software there should not be a problem

Adrian Ward, MIET, MBCS
 21 December 2009 01:57 PM
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Look at ISO 17894
Ships and marine technology -
Computer applications - General principles for the development and use of programmable electronic systems in marine applications

Barrie Reynolds CEng MIET
Functional Safety TAP member
Chairman BSI GEL65/1 responsible for IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 in UK

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