The primary section contains metering and the MV main isolating breaker. AC supply is converted to DC and stored for an uninterrupted supply to the control systems.
The custom transformer steps down the MV circuit to voltages compatible with designated vessels. In 50 Hz systems, the frequency management section converts to 65 Hz power when required.
Our patented system includes multiple breakers and safety procedures to safeguard the ship’s crew and assets throughout the shore power process.
The automated control system verifies readiness and determines the correct operating parameters for the incoming vessel. One Cochran Marine electrician manages the entire process from a dockside control station.
We help your crew position the vessel, then physically connect it to the line-up, either via a specifically retrofit-ted container on a deck or directly to the vessel using out cable management system.
At the dockside control station, we await final go-ahead from the vessel before closing the breaker and sending power to the ship.
We help your crew position the vessel, then physically connect it to the line-up via our unique cable positioning device.
At the dockside control cabinet, we await a go-ahead from the ship’s chief electrical engineer before racking in the breaker and sending power to the ship.