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Monday, February 22, 2021 

Following more than 30 years of experience in the marine industry and the company's knowledge of components built to withstand extreme environments, Danfoss Power Solutions has introduced its first display specifically for marine applications.

Ankit Shrivastava, Program Manager, Marine, Oil and Gas said: “After years specialising in making components dirt-proof, dust-proof, weather-proof, vibration-resistant and much more, we are excited to offer the same rugged durability for marine markets. We have expanded our rigorous testing process — verifying operational, physical and environmental requirements — to include certification from the American Bureau of Shipping.”

The DM430M display features:

  • Certification for marine environments — This marine display from Danfoss is certified for the marine market with ABS Type Approval, meaning customers will not have to independently test and document its performance. It meets strict electromagnetic emissions requirements to ensure no radio interference, meaning it can be seamlessly integrated into any vessel.
  • IP66/67 compliant — This display meets rigorous requirements for operating in harsh conditions, whether used on the deck or in the engine room.
  • Superior viewability in all lighting conditions — The optically-bonded and anti-glare coated screen is optimised to provide viewability at all times of day. Using the integrated light sensor, the DM430M display series can be programmed to automatically switch between day and night modes and adjust brightness from high-peak sunlight to the darkest hours at sea.
  • Customisable screen — Increased control over what information is displayed and how it looks also increases overall flexibility. Ship-owners can use one product in multiple places and determine the best inputs based on the application. As a PLUS+1®-compliant product, this display can be programmed with screen editing features and a widget library, all on the latest edition of the PLUS+1 Platform.
  • Streamlined electrification integration — As more and more shipbuilders integrate electrification systems, there are more digital components to monitor and control. The DM430M is designed to work seamlessly with digital systems, as up to five extra inputs can be added without an additional I/O module. It is engineered to pair with the efficient marine DC system from Danfoss Editron.

The DM430M display will pair with propulsion systems, in the navigation bridge, on cranes and winches, and other applications.

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