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Introduction

System Description

Functional Description

Panel Operation Description

Panel Alarm and Maintenance


Functions

Alarm Indication and Trouble


Shooting

User Manual

Preventive Maintenance

EGS2200-STD

Customizing tool print-out

Engine Governor System Components and spare parts

for
MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines

Appendix A: Technical Specification


for EGS2200-STD and Options
Appendix B:
Wiring Diagrams
Appendix C:
Installation Specific Adjustments

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Installation Specific Drawings

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List of Lyngs Marine Service
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EGS2200-STD
Engine Governor System
for
MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines
User Manual

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Contents
1.

EGS2200-STD INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................................4
1.1
PURPOSE. .....................................................................................................................................................4
1.2
SCOPE. .........................................................................................................................................................4
1.3
DOCUMENT MAINTENANCE. ...........................................................................................................................4
1.4
RELATED DOCUMENTS. .................................................................................................................................4
1.5
ABBREVIATIONS.............................................................................................................................................4
1.6
CONFIGURATION............................................................................................................................................6
1.6.1 Registration.............................................................................................................................................7
1.6.2 EGS2200-STD Type. .............................................................................................................................7
1.6.3 EGS2200-STD Software Version. .........................................................................................................8
1.6.4 EGS2200-STD Options in this installation.............................................................................................9
1.7
REFERENCES ..............................................................................................................................................11
1.8
TERMINOLOGY .............................................................................................................................................11

2.

EGS2200-STD SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................12


2.1
MAIN COMPONENTS ....................................................................................................................................12
2.2
CONTROL CABINET ......................................................................................................................................14
2.3
OPERATING PANEL ......................................................................................................................................14
2.3.1 EGS Operating Panel Functions..........................................................................................................14
2.4
ACTUATOR ..................................................................................................................................................16
2.5
TRANSFORMER ............................................................................................................................................19
2.6
INTERNAL CIRCUITRY ...................................................................................................................................19
2.6.1 Tachometer...........................................................................................................................................19
2.6.2 Speed-Setting .......................................................................................................................................19
2.7
MODES OF OPERATION ................................................................................................................................21
2.7.1 Auto Select............................................................................................................................................21
2.7.2 RPM Mode............................................................................................................................................21
2.7.3 Power Mode..........................................................................................................................................21
2.7.4 Index mode ...........................................................................................................................................21
2.8
HIGHSPEED MODULE....................................................................................................................................22
2.9
FEATURES AVAILABLE FROM THE OPERATING PANEL....................................................................................22
2.9.1 Actuator Blocked Indication..................................................................................................................22
2.9.2 Load Limits............................................................................................................................................22
2.9.3 Index Max .............................................................................................................................................23
2.9.4 Acknowledge Alarm..............................................................................................................................24
2.10
FAILURE MODES ..........................................................................................................................................24
2.11
OPTIONS .....................................................................................................................................................24
2.11.1
Engine Load Limit Option ................................................................................................................24
2.11.2
Shaft Generator Option....................................................................................................................25
2.11.3
Instruments Option...........................................................................................................................25
2.11.4
Controllable Pitch Propeller Option .................................................................................................25
2.11.5
Variable Injection Timing (VIT). .......................................................................................................26
2.11.6
Cylinder Lubrication Oil Dosing.......................................................................................................26
2.11.7
Cylinder Cut Out System. ................................................................................................................26
2.11.8
Additional Control Options...............................................................................................................27
2.11.9
Slowdown Option.............................................................................................................................27
2.11.10
Barred Range Avoidance (Critical Speed Function) ......................................................................27
2.11.11
Engine Load Program......................................................................................................................27

3.

EGS2200-STD FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION ...............................................................................................28


3.1
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ...............................................................................................................................28
3.2
FUNCTIONS WITHIN THE EGS2200-STD .....................................................................................................29
3.2.1 Actuator Control Loop ..........................................................................................................................30
3.2.2 Tacho System.......................................................................................................................................31
3.2.3 The Setpoint Selector...........................................................................................................................31
3.2.4 Shaft Speed Control .............................................................................................................................31

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3.2.6
3.2.7
3.2.8
3.2.9
3.2.10
3.2.11
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Engine Limits Module ...........................................................................................................................32


Engine Limit Prewarnings (Option)......................................................................................................33
The Minimum Selector .........................................................................................................................33
Control Mode ........................................................................................................................................33
Alignment of Bridge- and Manual Engine Control Room setpoints....................................................34
Start / Stop System ..........................................................................................................................34
Failure Detection Module.................................................................................................................35

EGS2200-STD PANEL OPERATION DESCRIPTION....................................................................................36


4.1
SELECTION OF EGS2200-STD CONTROL FUNCTIONS ................................................................................36
4.2
BASIC MODE OVERVIEW DISPLAY ON EGS2200-STD OPERATOR PANEL ...................................................37
4.3
EGS2200-STD OVERVIEW STATUS LIST....................................................................................................38
4.4
EGS2200-STD OVERVIEW CONTROL LIST. ................................................................................................39
4.5
EGS2200-STD OVERVIEW PARAMETER ADJUSTMENTS. ............................................................................40
4.5.1 Maximum Index Limit ...........................................................................................................................40
4.5.2 Fuel Max Factor....................................................................................................................................40
4.6
EGS2200-STD CONTROL OBJECTS...........................................................................................................41
4.6.1 Mode Selector.......................................................................................................................................42
4.6.1.1

4.6.2

4.6.2.1

4.6.3

EGS2200 Test Mode Status List.................................................................................................................55


EGS2200 Test Mode Fixed Fuel level ........................................................................................................56

Charge Air Limiter adjustment .............................................................................................................57

4.6.9.1

4.6.10
4.6.10.1

5.

Slowdown Option Status List.......................................................................................................................54

EGS2200 Test Mode............................................................................................................................55

4.6.8.1
4.6.8.2

4.6.9

Cylinder Cut-out System Status List ...........................................................................................................52


Cylinder Cut-out System Settings ...............................................................................................................52

Shaft Generator Waiting Station Status List..................................................................................53


Slowdown..............................................................................................................................................54

4.6.7.1

4.6.8

VIT System Status List ................................................................................................................................47


VIT System Parameter Adjustments...........................................................................................................48

Cylinder Cut-out System. .....................................................................................................................51

4.6.5.1
4.6.5.2

4.6.6
4.6.7

Lubrication Oil Dosing System Status List ..................................................................................................44


Lubrication Oil Dosing System Settings......................................................................................................45

VIT System ...........................................................................................................................................46

4.6.4.1
4.6.4.2

4.6.5

EGS2200 Tacho System Status List ..........................................................................................................43

Lubrication Oil Dosing System.............................................................................................................44

4.6.3.1
4.6.3.2

4.6.4

Mode Selector Status List ...........................................................................................................................42

EGS2200 Tacho Selector. ...................................................................................................................43

Charge Air adjust Status List.......................................................................................................................57

Rpm Torque Limiter adjustment......................................................................................................58


Rpm Torque adjust Status List....................................................................................................................58

EGS2200-STD PANEL ALARM AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS..........................................................59


5.1
BASIC MODE................................................................................................................................................59
5.2
HARD - AND SOFTKEY OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................60
5.3
ALARM LIST MODE.......................................................................................................................................61
5.4
ADDITIONAL LIST MODE. ..............................................................................................................................63
5.4.1 Selecting the List Type. ........................................................................................................................64
5.4.2 At the List Level ....................................................................................................................................65
5.5
DISPLAY CHANNEL MODE ............................................................................................................................66
5.5.1 The Text Entry Screen .........................................................................................................................66
5.5.2 The Stepping/status Screen.................................................................................................................67
5.5.3 Channel Status Screen. .......................................................................................................................67
5.5.4 The Entry Selection Screen. ................................................................................................................68
5.6
ADJUST CHANNEL MODE. ............................................................................................................................69
5.6.1 Entering of Numerical Data and Texts.................................................................................................71
5.7
MAINTENANCE MODE...................................................................................................................................72
5.7.1 Display Time and Date.........................................................................................................................73
5.7.2 View Load Sequential Date and Number ............................................................................................73
5.7.3 Set Time and Date (privileged access level 1)....................................................................................74
5.7.4 Lamp Test .............................................................................................................................................76
5.7.5 Select UTC or Local Time (privileged access level 1) ........................................................................77

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5.7.6 Enter Commissioning Mode (privileged access level 4).....................................................................77


5.7.7 Change Password - Level N (privileged access level N/N+1)............................................................77
5.7.8 Enter System Password Level (privileged access level 4).................................................................78
5.7.9 Watch Dog Activation (privileged access level 4) ...............................................................................79
5.7.10
Store Setup (privileged access level 4)...........................................................................................79
5.8
DIMMER MODE ............................................................................................................................................80
6.

EGS2200-STD ALARM INDICATION AND TROUBLE SHOOTING ............................................................81


6.1
EGS2200 ENGINE GOVERNOR SYSTEM ALARMS ........................................................................................81
6.2
GAMMA MICRO CPU ALARMS .....................................................................................................................95
6.3
FAULT ISOLATION .........................................................................................................................................95
6.3.1 Tacho System.......................................................................................................................................96
6.3.2 Actuator Control....................................................................................................................................96
6.3.3 Operating Panel....................................................................................................................................96
6.3.4 Cable supervision .................................................................................................................................97
6.4
MALFUNCTIONS BEYOND THE SCOPE OF THE ALARM LIST ..............................................................................97
6.4.1 Actuator BLOCKED indicator error at Operating Panel......................................................................97
6.4.2 Actuator moving slowly without error indications ................................................................................97
6.4.3 Actuator is not moving..........................................................................................................................97
6.4.4 Actuator fluctuating...............................................................................................................................98
6.4.5 Engine speed differs from the setpoint ................................................................................................98
6.4.6 Fuel index <> 0 at STOP/SHUTDOWN ..............................................................................................98
6.4.7 Fuel pumps don't move in accordance with the actuator ...................................................................98
6.5
MONITORING CHANNELS FOR DISPLAY PURPOSE .........................................................................................98
6.6
ASSISTANCE FROM LYNGS MARINE............................................................................................................99

7.

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE......................................................................................................................100
7.1
REGULAR CHECKS.....................................................................................................................................100
7.2
TACHO SYSTEM CHECKS ...........................................................................................................................100
7.2.1 Monthly Tacho Pick-up Checks .........................................................................................................101
7.3
SERVO MOTOR ..........................................................................................................................................101
7.4
ACTUATOR GEAR.......................................................................................................................................101
7.5
FUEL RACK................................................................................................................................................102

8.

EGS2200-STD CUSTOMISING TOOL PRINT-OUT.....................................................................................103


8.1
8.2
8.3

9.

INPUT/OUTPUT LIST TERMINAL BOARD REPORT .........................................................................................103


OUTPUT FUNCTIONS LIST REPORT.............................................................................................................104
EGS2200-STD FUNCTION BLOCKS LIST REPORT.....................................................................................105

EGS2200-STD COMPONENTS AND SPARE-PARTS ................................................................................106


9.1
9.2
9.3

HARDWARE COMPONENTS LIST .................................................................................................................106


HW MODULES LAYOUT AND JUMPER SETTINGS.........................................................................................107
SPARE-PART LIST ......................................................................................................................................110

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1. EGS2200-STD Introduction
The Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD is an Engine governor with actuator for the control of a MAN
Diesel MC/MC-C two-stroke main engine in installations with fixed or controllable pitch propeller. The governor is based on the proven predecessor EGS2000.

1.1 Purpose.
The purpose of this manual is to provide a thorough understanding of EGS2200 operation for the daily
user, including faultfinding methodology and maintenance. It is not the purpose to cover service instructions as they are found in a separate manual.
This User Manual gives an overview of the hardware and describes the functionality of the EGS2200-STD
and includes wiring diagrams etc.

1.2 Scope.
The manual describes the EGS2200-STD functionality, it's main components and the use of the system.
Data sheets and wiring diagrams provide detailed information on external and internal wiring, and a comprehensive set of outline drawings gives a presentation of the individual components of EGS2200-STD.
A list of available options is found in section 1.6.4. This section also records the options actually included
in your installation. A thorough description of individual options provided can be found in Appendix A.

1.3 Document Maintenance.


The document describes the EGS2200-STD delivery in the version installed, and it is not normally subject
to updating. If new updates or options are installed Lyngs Marine will provide updates to the owner, who
is then asked for updating his samples of the document.

1.4 Related Documents.


EGS2200-STD Service & Commissioning Manual, Doc. no. 810.000.858.

1.5 Abbreviations.
AAM
A/D
AEM
BC
CCO
CC
CPP
CPU
CSR

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Analog to Digital conversion
Analog input module type 402
Bridge Control
Cylinder Cut Out System Optional.
Closed contact
Controllable Pitch Propeller.
Central Processor Unit
Critical Speed Range

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List of abbreviations - continued:


CTL
D/A
DB
DEM
DRM
DMS2100i
ECR
EGS
ELL
EPROM
ER
ETA
ETD
FIM405
FPP
HMI
HW
LCD
LED
LLC
LM
LOD
LP
MAM
MCR
MIC40
NC
NO
OAA
OC
OP
OPS
P2
P7
P9
PI
PSU
RAM
RCS
ROM
RPM
SAM
SG
SIF
SIM
SLD
SW
TAM
TDC
UCS
UMS
VIT
WCH
X
ZM
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Digital to Analog conversion
Deadband
Digital Input Module type 401 (32 channel binary input)
Digital Relay Module type 401 (16 channel relay output)
Diesel Manoeuvring System - Bridge Manoeuvring System
Engine Control Room
Engine Governor System
Engine Load Limits option
Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
Engine Room
Estimated Time of Arrival
Estimated Time of Departure
Filter Module for 24 Vdc Power Supply
Fixed Pitch Propeller
Human Machine Interface
Hardware
Liquid Crystal Display
Light Emitting Diode
Load Limit Cancel
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Lubrication Oil Dosing System - Optional.
Load Program option
MIC40 Input/Output Adapter, Gamma to digital I/O modules
Maximum Continuous Rating
Input/Output Adapter, Gamma to digital I/O modules
Normally Closed: Open contact, when alarm is present
Normally Open: Closed contact, when alarm is present
Open Automation Architecture
Open contact
Open contact
Overload Protection System
Electrical switch at pressure switch P2 in MAN Diesel Manoeuvring
Diagram = Select Local control = Closed contact.
Electrical switch at pressure switch P7 in MAN Diesel Manoeuvring
Diagram = Select Engine Control Room control = Closed contact.
Electrical switch at pressure switch P9 in MAN Diesel Manoeuvring
Diagram = Select Bridge Control = Closed contact.
Proportional Integral Controller
Power Supply Unit
Random Access Memory
Remote Control System
Read-Only Memory
Revolutions Per Minute
SAM Electronics GmbH
Shaftgenerator
Serial interface to the DMS2100i-STD via the MIC40M-Bus (RS-485 communication)
Serial Input/Output Interface Module
Slowdown option
Software
Tacho Adapter Module type 401
Top Dead Centre
Universal Alarm, Monitoring & Control System
Universal Alarm & Monitoring System
Variable Injection Timing System - Optional.
Wrtsil Switzerland Ltd. (a.k.a. Sulzer RTA Engines)
Terminal connection Board for external wiring to the EGS2200.
Gamma Micro CPU Module (Zentral Modul) type 411
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1.6 Configuration.
This section provides the information required for specification of your EGS2200-STD, should any inquiry
to Lyngs Marine be needed. A list of options are furthermore included with this section. When reading
this manual, sections not relevant for the options in your installation are to be disregarded. Such sections
are clearly marked in the text.

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1.6.1 Registration.
Lyngs Marine has registered your EGS2200-STD with the following information on Yard, New Building
number, Owner, and Engine Type:
Owner:

Exact Engine Type:

Yard:

Newbuilding No.:

1.6.2 EGS2200-STD Type.


The type of EGS2200-STD unit in this installation is:

Hardware Version:
Type no. 960.311.600:

DMS2100i serial interface incl.

MAN Diesel Engine

Yes ___

Type no. 815.001.186:

Actuator Size 3
without earth fault relay

MAN Diesel Engine

Yes ___

Type no. 815.001.187:

Actuator Size 7
without earth fault relay

MAN Diesel Engine

Yes ___

Type no. 815.001.188:

Actuator Size 14
without earth fault relay

MAN Diesel Engine

Yes ___

Type no. 815.001.189:

Actuator Size 29
without earth fault relay

MAN Diesel Engine

Yes ___

Type no. 815.001.216:

Actuator Size 3
with earth fault relay

MAN Diesel Engine

Yes ___

Type no. 815.001.217:

Actuator Size 7
with earth fault relay

MAN Diesel Engine

Yes ___

Type no. 815.001.218:

Actuator Size 14
with earth fault relay

MAN Diesel Engine

Yes ___

Type no. 815.001.219:

Actuator Size 29
with earth fault relay

MAN Diesel Engine

Yes ___

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1.6.3 EGS2200-STD Software Version.


The following type numbers identify the software:
CPU Card EPROM Low (EGS Program part 1)

970._____._____

CPU Card EPROM High (EGS Program part 2)

970._____._____

SIM401 Card no.1 EPROM Ch.2 (Load and debug channel)

970.112.381-04

SIM401 Card no. 1 EPROM Ch.1 (Tacho System version 4)

960.511.214

SIM401 Card no. 2 EPROM Ch.1 (Not used)

970.112.381-04

SIM401 Card no. 2 EPROM Ch.2 (DMS 2100i Communication)

970.112.381-04

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1.6.4 EGS2200-STD Options in this installation.


The list below shows which options are included with this installation.
A description of included options are found in Appendix A.
The actual adjustments for the options are shown in Appendix C.

Instruments Option
Type no. 960.310.310:

Output for RPM instrument


(Note 1).

Type no. 960.310.320:

Output for Index instrument


(Note 1).

Type no. 960.310.330:

Other __________________
(Note 1).

Analog output

Yes ___

4-20 mA. or 0-10V


Analog output

Yes ___

4-20 mA. or 0-10V


Analog output

Yes ___

4-20 mA. or 0-10V

Shaft Generator Option


Type no. 960.310.220:

Generator Engaged and Permission


Signals for range/level A - "Waiting
Station".

Binary +24V,dc input and


Binary output (dry contact).

Yes ___

Type no. 960.310.230:

Generator Engaged and Permission


Signals for range/level B - "Waiting
Station".

Binary +24V,dc input and


Binary output (dry contact).

Yes ___

Type no. 960.310.210:

Constant Speed Order input signal.

Binary +24V,dc input.

Yes ___

Type no. 960.310.250:

Shutdown output: Sh.d. signal to


Safety System is activated after timeout with the shaftgenerator engaged
and slowdown order present.

Binary output (dry contact).

Yes ___

Type no. 960.310.600

Yes ___

Variable Injection Timing


(MAN Diesel engines)
VIT control signal (Note 1).

Note 1:

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Current-air pressure converter not included.

A maximum of 2 analog outputs can be chosen including an eventual use of the VIT option. If
there is no requirement of a reference voltage for a Manual Rpm Setpoint potentiometer,
then an extra analog output is available for instrument output.

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Controllable Pitch Propeller


Type no. 960.310.410:

Pitch Angle Signal.

Analog input 4-20 mA


or +/- 10 V.

Yes ___

Type no. 960.310.430:

EGS2200 OFF-line. The output signal


is an open contact, when the actuator is
in blocked position.

Binary output (dry contact).

Yes ___

Type no. 960.310.700

Yes ___

Lubrication Oil Dosing


(MAN Diesel engines)
Output to lubrication oil dosing unit.

24 V binary output.

Control Options
Type no. 960.310.810:

Synchronization pick-up (Note 2).

Pick-up is included with


4 and 5 cylinder engines.

(Yes ___)

Type no. 960.310.820:

Critical Speed module.

SW module in EGS2200.

Yes ___

Type no. 960.310.860:

Controlled passage in the upwards


direction of the Critical Speed
Range for FPP: Awaiting sufficient
remaining index for a quick pass
age. This is a supplement to the
Critical Speed module above.

SW module in EGS2200.

Yes ___

Type no. 960.310.830:

Slope on RPM order module

SW module in EGS2200.

(Yes ___)

(Note 2).

Note 2: These options are not customer selectable, but are included if necessary in the actual application.

Engine Load Limit


Type no. 960.310.110:

Index Limited Signal.

Binary output (dry contact).

Yes ___

Type no. 960.310.120:

Engine Torque Limit Pre-warning.

Binary output (dry contact).

Yes ___

Type no. 960.310.130:

Scav. Air Press. Limit Pre-warning.

Binary output (dry contact).

Yes ___

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Slowdown

Type no. 960.310.900

Slowdown input.

Binary +24V,dc input.

Slowdown Cancel.

Binary +24V,dc input.

Manual Slowdown Reset (input signal).

Binary +24V,dc input.

Automatic Slowdown Reset (Manual Slowdown Reset signal is not


required, if Automatic Slowdown Reset is selected).

Yes ___

Yes ___
Yes ___

Loadprogram Options
Type no. 960.311.110: RPM Loadprogram. Normally used in
connection with FPP installations.

SW module in EGS2200.

Yes ___

Type no. 960.311.140: RPM Loadprogram with bi-linear slope

SW module in EGS2200.

Yes ___

Type no. 960.311.130: Index Loadprogram. Normally used in


connection with CPP installations.

SW module in EGS2200.

Yes ___

Cylinder Cut Out System


(MAN Diesel engines)

Type no. 960.311.500

Yes ___

Outputs to solenoid valves for cut out of cylinder group 1 & 2.

Two 24 V binary outputs.

1.7 References
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]

Propulsion Control System, PCS2100, System Description


Diesel Manoeuvring System, DMS2100i, System Description and User Manual
Diesel Protection System, DPS2100, System Description and User Manual
Universal Monitoring System, UMS2100, System Description and User Manual
Universal Control System, UCS2100, System Description and User Manual

1.8 Terminology
This document use the following terminology to specify the operation and indications of the EGS2200-STD
Operator Panel:
Hard keys, pushbuttons or indication lamps on panels are shown as: [ Bridge Control ]
Softkeys on the EGS2200-STD Operator Panel are shown as START COMMAND
Selector switches and Potentiometers on ECR Manual Control Panel and Local Manual Control Box
are shown as: LOCAL/REMOTE
Alarms and Indications on the EGS2200-STD Operator Panel Display are shown as:
<EGS2200 BC CONTROL OFFLINE>

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2. EGS2200-STD System Description


This chapter gives a brief introduction to the main functions and the use of the EGS2200-STD Operating
Panel. This chapter can be read to get an impression of the capabilities and functionality of the governor
system. More detailed information and instructions are found in subsequent chapters.
The basic task of EGS2200-STD is to regulate the shaft speed of the engine to which it is attached. This of
course means the EGS2200-STD must be able to translate the speed commands given by the operator e.g. by means of a remote control system - into adequate movement of the fuel rods controlling the injection of fuel into the engine cylinders. The engine in question may be anything from a two-stroke, slowspeed Marine Diesel to a 4-stroke, medium-speed Generator Diesel. EGS2200-STD may be tailored to
any manufacture of diesel engine.

2.1 Main Components


EGS2200-STD consists of components installed in the Engine Control Room (ECR) and in the Engine
Room (ER). An outline is shown in figure 2.1. These components and their basic functions are as follows:
Control Cabinet: Located in the ECR. This unit contains all the electronics required to convert incoming
signals and orders into correct Fuel Command signal. This unit also contains the STELLA7 GAMMA computer developed by Lyngs Marine A/S.
Operating Panel: Located in the ECR. This unit provides the engine staff with a means of communication
with the EGS2200-STD. This unit is normally placed in the ECR console.
Actuator: Located at the engine. This is the electro-mechanical device, which converts electrical control
signals from the Control Cabinet to mechanical action. It is this device, which actually exerts the required
force on the fuel rod, which causes it to move to the correct position.
Transformer: the required three phases power supply for the actuator control is placed in a separate unit
containing the transformer.
Tacho System: This system allows the EGS2200-STD Control Cabinet to detect the speed of the engine
output shaft. It is therefore located very close to the engine flywheel. The system comprises two induction
pick-ups. The pickups sense the passing of the flywheel teeth. The remainder of the system is located
within the Control Cabinet. It comprises a dedicated computer for rapid processing of the tacho pickup
pulses.
Scavenging Air Sensor: Available engine output power is a function of the Scavenging Air pressure.
EGS2200-STD includes a sensor which senses this air pressure and allows the governor to restrict engine
output power in order to avoid too low air to fuel ratio. This sensor is placed in the scavenging air system.
The sensor may optionally be included in the delivery extent of the EGS2200-STD.

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Figure 2.1: Illustration of the Main Components of the Governor System.

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2.2 Control Cabinet


The Control Cabinet contains the STELLA7 computer and all the electronics required to translate the signals received from the Operating Panel, ECR Speed Setting Handle, Engine Remote Control System and
external sensors into a movement of the Actuator. The Actuator movement causes the engine fuel pumps
to inject the correct amount of fuel.
The Control Cabinet contains facilities, which allow the connection of a Personal Computer (PC) enabling
both adjustment and fault diagnosis to be carried out. This allows the EGS2200-STD System to be preadjusted for a particular engine, thereby limiting final adjustment on the engine test-bed and in the vessel
to a minimum. Time required for test of the EGS2200-STD System is fast. Once adjusted, the unit requires
no periodical maintenance.

2.3 Operating Panel


The Operating Panel is installed in the ECR console and provides all the facilities required for operation of
the EGS2200-STD System. In addition, it provides the operator extensive facilities for diagnosis, test and
simulation. The display shows messages in plain language and softkeys are used for operating the governor system.
It is not necessary to make regular checks on the EGS2200-STD System functions, as this is performed
by the STELLA7 Computer. The Operating Panel front panel is composed of a splash-proof tactile keyboard and Liquid Crystal Display (LCD).
The transfer of information between the Operating Panel and the Control Cabinet takes place on a network consisting of a twisted pair connecting cable. The Operating Panel only requires power and a separate actuator "BLOCK." indicator signal, both of which are coming from the Control Cabinet.

Figure 2.3: EGS2200-STD Operating Panel.

2.3.1 EGS Operating Panel Functions


The following main functions are available from the EGS2200-STD Operating Panel:

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ME: <Runstat> 100.0 RPM, StAir 30.00 BAR


LIMITER:<Indic1>
TLG BC: 120.0 ECR: 120.0 EGS: 20.0 RPM
<Oldest unacknowledged alarm/Alarm stat>

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Four lines display with 40 characters on each line

Softkeys [ S1 ] - [ S4 ] for operation of EGS functions

Six selection keys: [ ESC ], [ ENT ]


and four [ Arrow ] keys

[ Select ] of EGS control functions of


[ Status ], [ Control ] and [ Settings ]

Actuator Blocked indication:


[ Block. ] indication lamp for EGS2200-STD Actuator in Blocked condition, i.e. the
governor no longer controls the main engine rpm.
This indication has separate external wiring from the EGS Cabinet.

EGS2200-STD keys for alarm functions:

STOP
HORN

ALARM
ACKN.

ALARM
LIST

ADD.
LIST

DISPLAY
CHANNEL

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[ Stop Horn ] operation key:


Activation of this key stops the buzzer in the EGS Operator Panel.

[ Alarm Acknowledge ] operation key:


Activation of this key acknowledges the alarms present at the LCD display of the EGS
Operator Panel.
[ Alarm List ] operation and indication key:
References: Chapter 5.3.

[ Additional List ] operation and indication key:


References: Chapter 5.4.

[Display Channel ] operation and indication key:


References: Chapter 5.5.

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[ Adjust Channel ] operation and indication key:


References: Chapter 5.6.

ADJUST
CHANNEL

[ Maintenance ] operation and indication key:


References: Chapter 5.7.

MAINTENANCE

[ Dimmer ] operation and indication key:


References: Chapter 5.8.

DIMMER

[ Alarm ] indication lamp for EGS2200-STD Alarm detected.


Any EGS2200-STD alarm in chapter 6 activates this indication.

[ Block. ] indication lamp for EGS2200-STD actuator blocked.


Only some EGS2200-STD alarms in chapter 6 activates blocked.

[ Fault ] indication lamp for EGS2200-STD Operator Panel in Faulty condition,


e.g. missing communication to the Gamma Micro CPU or missing EPROM inside
the panel.
Please refer to chapter 5 and the UMS2100 System Description for further information about the alarm
system functions.

2.4

Actuator
The actuator controls the position of the engine fuel rack. The correct actuator to be used on a particular
engine is dependant upon the engine type. The actuator is available in different sizes. The size delivered
depends on the force and the inertia of the fuel rack, i.e. upon the engine make, the number of cylinders
and the bore. The choice of actuator is made in collaboration with the engine manufacturer to assure optimal performance.
All actuators contain a rugged, brush-less servomotor for very fast response and a high torque braking
system, which is able to lock the actuator during specific fault conditions. Gearboxes are sealed and no
periodical maintenance is required at all.
The actuator is protected against overload and other errors, which could cause it to malfunction.
An example of the arrangement of the actuator on an engine is shown in figure 2.4.
The actuator is available in four sizes - ranging from 300 to 2900 Nm - with matching controller, servomotor and gear unit specified below:

Size 03 with
Size 07 with
Size 14 with
Size 29 with

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Servostar 610
Servostar 620
Servostar 620

Servomotor KSY 666.30


Servomotor KSY 666.30
Servomotor KSY 668.30
Servomotor KSY 6616.30

Gear XFCG 110-87


Gear F3C-A25-89
Gear F3C-A35-119
Gear F3C-A45-119

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Figure 2.4: Example of retrofit installation with actuator size 7.

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The actuator for the EGS2200-STD is of very simple and rugged design and consists of only four components
-

Servomotor
Reduction gear
Connection lever
Conical friction coupling

A cycloid gear is used to reduce the high servo motor speed down to the very low output shaft speed. This
type of gear is practically free of backlash, it is able to withstand sudden high overtorque and requires only
a minimum of maintenance. It has been in use for this purpose already for many years and has proven
very high reliability.
Depending on the different actuator sizes, the gear reduction ratio is between 87 and 119.
The servomotor is attached to the flange of the reduction gear and tightened with four bolts. The gear
comes with a friction coupling on its input shaft. The servo motor shaft fits into this friction coupling, which
will be secured by tightening of a bolt with a pre-defined torque.
The connection lever serves for transmitting the movement of the actuator output shaft to the engine fuel
rack.
The lever is mounted on the gear output shaft by means of a conical friction coupling. This type of coupling is secured by tightening a number of bolts with a pre-defined torque.
The use of this type of coupling instead of a slot-key connection for the lever makes it easy to loosen the
connection, if it should become necessary.
Furthermore, this allows mounting the actuator in any position, as the lever can be fixed afterwards in any
position on the gear shaft.
Dismantling of a lever on-site is no problem either.
NOTE: When the actuator is shipped, the friction coupling for the actuator connection lever is not tightened. It must be tightened to its required value after mounting and adjusting of the lever on the actuator
shaft.
The servomotor is of brushless-type, it is controlled by a digital servo amplifier, which is housed inside the
governor cabinet.
The servomotor uses a nominal voltage of 400V, this allows installing small wire gauges for the motor
supply.
Position feedback for the actuator shaft is taken from an absolute multi-turn encoder, which is placed well
protected inside the servo motor casing on the motor shaft. This keeps the actuator output shaft free from
any feedback system.
The use of an absolute encoder makes sure that the actuator position information is available immediately
after power supply is on. Thus the actuator will resume operation automatically when power is restored after a blackout.

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2.5 Transformer
The actuator servo motor controller is to be supplied with 400 VAC three-phase current. As the star-point
of the servo motor control system must be grounded, an isolating transformer serves for potential separation between the ships grid and the servo motor controller.
The standard transformer has inputs for 220/400/450 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 690 VAC is available as an option.
The secondary side will supply 400 VAC.
The transformer is mounted into a casing, it shall be placed well ventilated somewhere close to the governor cabinet or alternatively within the main switch board.
NOTE: The star-point of the transformer and the servo motor control circuit must be grounded.
See the applicable connection drawings as well as the notes in Appendix A, chapter Cabling.

2.6 Internal Circuitry


2.6.1 Tachometer
The EGS2200-STD System contains a tachometer system for measurement of the engine speed. This tachometer system consists of two electro-magnetic pickups located very close to the engine flywheel. Only
one pickup is necessary to sense the engine speed, so each of the two pickups act as backup for the
other. The pickups sense the passing of each tooth on the flywheel and give a pulse to the tacho input circuits in the Control Cabinet. The frequency of these pulses are converted to numbers representing the
shaft speed in a dedicated internal computer in the EGS2200-STD. Readout of the shaft speed is available
at the Operating Panel display. An output for an analog RPM instrument is also supplied for remote display, e.g. at the bridge.

JUNCTION BOX
FOR
TACHO PICKUPS

SYNC. PICKUP

1 - 4 mm

2.6.2 Speed-Setting
The EGS2200-STD System is equipped with inputs which enables it to receive two speed-setting signals
simultaneously, i.e. a Rpm setpoint signal from the Bridge Manoeuvring System and a Rpm setpoint signal
during Manual Control with rpm speed-setting control.

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The Rpm speed-setting signal onboard the ship originates from the Bridge Manoeuvring System - Bridge
speed-setting handle (Telegraph) or ECR speed-setting handle (Telegraph) when Automatic Remote Control from ECR is present.
The Basic Picture of the Operating Panel presents both the Bridge speed-setting signal value and the ECR
speed-setting signal value at the same time on its display. This enables the operator to adjust one of the
speed-setting signals to match the other before the change-over takes place. This function is usually called
'Bumpless Transfer'.

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2.7 Modes of Operation


The EGS2200-STD System has four modes of normal operation, which are referred to as:
Auto Select,
RPM Mode,
Power Mode, and
Index Mode.
Please refer to chapter 0 for the description of softkey functions.

2.7.1 Auto Select


Auto Mode is selected when the AUTO SELECT softkey is pressed.
Auto Select allows the EGS2200-STD System to automatically select either the
<RPM MODE> or <POWR MODE>, depending upon prevailing engine running conditions. The change
over criterion due to the weather conditions is Sea state 3, i.e. in rough weather Power Mode is selected,
and in calm weather RPM Mode is chosen.
Index Mode is manually selected and results in fixed Fuel Command signal as long as RPM variations
stay within pre-defined limits.
Auto Mode is automatically chosen after power is applied or the Gamma CPU is reset.

2.7.2 RPM Mode


Rpm Mode is selected manually when the SELECT RPM softkey is pressed.
The <RPM MODE> adjusts the Fuel Command to keep the engine at a constant RPM. Optimal fuel consumption is given less priority in this mode of operation.

2.7.3 Power Mode


Power Mode is selected manually when the SELECT POWER softkey is pressed.
In <POWR MODE> the governor controls the Fuel Command signal in response to shaft speed variations
so that the power delivered by the engine is kept at a constant value. This mode minimizes fluctuations in
thermal loading of the engine in a seaway. It will also provide fuel savings e.g. when the ship experience
added resistance due to waves and wind.
Full protection of the engine is maintained in this mode of operation, as shaft speed is only allowed to vary
up to a certain limit, where a more tight control becomes active.

2.7.4 Index mode


Operation in <INDX MODE> allows the EGS2200-STD Fuel Pump Index to maintain its position without
moving as long as engine RPM variations are inside pre-set limits. These limits are fairly wide, which allows this mode to be used when carrying out measurements on the engine, which require the Fuel Pump
Index to be "Fixed".
The pre-set limits refer to the actual speedsetting command, i.e. manoeuvring is possible in Index Mode, if
the limits are not too wide.

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<INDX MODE> is selected manually when the SELECT INDEX softkey is pressed and cannot be selected automatically by the computer.

2.8 Highspeed module


The Highspeed module decreases the fuel pump index, when an overspeed situation is approached. Thus
the main engine rpm is reduced temporarily in order to avoid an overspeed shutdown situation.
The activated highspeed function is automatically reset again, when the RPM is decreasing below RPM at
MCR due to the reduced fuel pump index.
The function of the Highspeed Module is shown in figure 2.7 below.

Figure 2.7: Illustration of the function of the highspeed module.

2.9 Features available from the Operating Panel


2.9.1 Actuator Blocked Indication
When the actuator 'Blocked' indicator is illuminated, then the EGS2200-STD System is no longer able to
control the engine speed. The Operating Panel is only indicating this condition when certain serious failures occur.

2.9.2 Load Limits


In order to protect the engine from overload, the EGS2200-STD System contains two load limit functions.
One function ensures that the fuel pump index is limited according to scavenging air pressure. The other
ensures that the fuel pump index is limited according to engine RPM. The curves involved depend upon
the engine type. These curves are loaded into the EGS2200-STD System during the factory acceptance
test, but may be modified later.

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The Load Limits may be cancelled by the Bridge Manoeuvring System or from the EGS2200-STD Operating Panel by the LOAD LIMIT CANCEL softkey. Partial or full cancellation of the Load Limits is customized during commissioning of the EGS2200-STD.
Two EGS2200-STD System options contain curves of the same type as that of the Load Limit curves.
These are the "Charge Air Limit Pre-warning" and Engine Torque Limit Pre-Warning" curves. When fitted,
they give a warning when the engine approaches pre-defined limit values.

2.9.3 Index Max


The INDEX MAX facility allows the operator to limit the Fuel Pump Index available from 50% to 100% of
the pre-adjusted maximum, a.k.a. Index Max Seatrial:
Pressing the [SETTINGS] softkey will go to the Max Index and Fuel Max Factor adjustments when the
EGS2200 Overview picture is selected:
EGS2200
EGS2200-STD
INDEX MAX
FUEL MAX FACTOR

100.0 %
1.00

The relevant parameter may be selected by means of the [Arrow] and [Enter] keys.
The actual present Index Max limit can be observed in the EGS2200-STD Status List as
<INDEX MAX LIMIT> = Index Max ([SETTINGS]) * Fuel Max Factor * Index Max Seatrial.
When the EGS2200-STD System starts up after electric power is applied, the Index Max value is automatically set to the value it had prior to power loss.
Adjustment of the Fuel Max Factor for the Ship is possible from the Operating Panel via PASSWORD (the
mechanical maximum fuel limiter on the engine itself shall of course be adjusted, so that it is never
reached). For details please refer to chapter 4.5.2.
Note:The operator has the full responsibility for the use of this adjustment. Any overload conditions which
become, or are effective due to increased Index Max will not be compensated for by the
EGS2200-STD.

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2.9.4 Acknowledge Alarm


When the EGS2200-STD alarm is activated for any reason, the light in the upper left hand corner of this
key begins to flash. Pressing the [ ALARM ACKN.] key causes a fixed light. The LED is lit as long as
alarms are present. Further details are explained in chapter 6.
When the alarm is activated, the cause is displayed in clear text in the display window.
In case more than one alarm is present, a list of the alarms is available for display in the display window.
Arrow keys may be used to scroll up and down in the list once this has been selected via the [ ALARM
LIST ] key.
Occurrence of an alarm will activate an output connected to the statutory alarm system. The alert provided
by the alarm system can distinguish between a power failure and an EGS alarm. The reason for the alarm
can be read in clear text on the EGS2200-STD alphanumeric display to enable rapid and correct remedy
action.

2.10 Failure Modes


A power failure in the EGS2200-STD System will cause an alarm contact to be activated, if the 24V DC
supply should be interrupted. EGS2200-STD will perform slow actuator movement if a failure in one of the
phases of the 220/400/450V AC supply occurs, an EGS alarm is activated and the cause can be observed
at the LCD display at the front of the Servostar power drive inside the Control Cabinet. However, should
more phases be interrupted, the actuator is blocked to maintain it's position.
Failure of the electric power supply to the EGS2200-STD Operating Panel does not interfere with the
speed control ability of the EGS2200-STD System, but the EGS Alarm will be activated. Details of the
EGS2200-STD reaction to various faults and a list of error messages are given in chapter 6.

2.11 Options
EGS2200-STD System does not require any optional equipment in order to function perfectly. Experience
shows, however, that some users have individual requirements with regard to additional controls, instrumentation and alarms. Therefore the EGS2200-STD System has been developed to support a number of
options. A detailed description is provided in the options data sheets, and the options installed with your
EGS2200-STD are listed in chapter 1.6.4.

2.11.1 Engine Load Limit Option


This option provides outputs for external use of whether an index limit is reached or a pre-warning is
passed by before reaching a limit. The following signals are available:
- Fuel Index Limited signal
- Engine Torque Load Limit Prewarning
- Scavenging Air Load Limit Prewarning

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(contact output)
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2.11.2 Shaft Generator Option


This option is intended for plants with a shaft generator, offering safe operation. The following modules are
available:
- Shaft Generator Connected signal range A
- Permission for Shaft Generator signal range A
- Shaft Generator Connected signal range B
- Permission for Shaft Generator signal range B
- Constant Speed Command

(binary input)
(contact output)
(binary input)
(contact output)
(binary input)

The 'RPM slope', the RPM change rate, is individually adjustable for running with- and without shaft generator.

2.11.3 Instruments Option


The instruments option comprises 2 separate voltage/current outputs for driving of e.g. instruments and
control purposes. Examples of signals are:
- RPM signal
- Fuel Index signal

(0-10V / 4-20 mA output)


(0-10V / 4-20 mA output)

Other signals are available on request, see also Remaining Index signal (Controllable Pitch Propeller option).
A maximum of 2 analog outputs can be chosen including an eventual use of the VIT option. If there is no
requirement of a reference voltage for a Manual Rpm Setpoint potentiometer, then an extra analog output
is available for instrument output.

2.11.4 Controllable Pitch Propeller Option


A set of modules is available for CPP installations. The modules assure that EGS2200-STD can be customized to almost any particular installation. The EGS2200-STD needs a signal of the actual pitch. The following signals are offered:
- Pitch Angle Signal
- Remaining Index Signal

(4-20 mA or +/- 10V input signal)


(4-20 mA or 0-10V output signal)

The pitch signal is used to improve the performance of the RPM control and to adjust the start level index
as function of propeller pitch. This secures safe start and prevents high RPM overshoots during start of the
engine.
The Remaining Index Signal can be connected to the load controller of the CP-propeller control system. It
signals the remaining available fuel index to the nearest load limit, i.e. scavenging air load limit, engine
torque load limit, index load program and index max limit.

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2.11.5 Variable Injection Timing (VIT).


The VIT system assures optimal injection timing over the envelope of operation of the engine.
The EGS2200-STD is controlling the VIT-index, while the diesel engine is running AHEAD during automatic and manual remote control modes of operation.
The algorithm is made as advised by the engine designer and is approved for each type of diesel engine.
The option is:
- VIT control signal

(4-20 mA output signal)

The option conforms to MAN Diesel's VIT specification.

2.11.6 Cylinder Lubrication Oil Dosing.


Cylinder Lubrication Oil Dosing may be variable in certain installations. The option is:
- High Cylinder Lub Oil Dosing

(contact output)

The LOD option conforms to MAN Diesel's LOD specification with extra lubrication request based on permanent changes in the telegraph position. Closed contact equals extra lubrication request.

2.11.7 Cylinder Cut Out System.


The EGS2200-STD system offers the Cylinder Cut Out System (CCO) as an option with fixed pitch propeller installations.
The CCO system cuts out approximately half of the cylinders at low revolutions resulting in a stable run
and reduced particle emission in the low revolution area down to minimum rpm.
The CCO system is enabled during automatic and manual remote control in direction of rotation ahead as
well as astern, when the engine is running below a predetermined number of revolutions.
Two binary output signals are activated (closed contact) - one at a time - for making cut out of half the
cylinders. Turns between the groups are time based.
In order to obtain a safe start the cut out system is disabled during the starting period and until the engine
is stabilised.
With Load Limits Cancelled the CCO system is disabled and all cylinders active.
Extra cylinder oil lubrication (LOD) is set to normal doses during cylinder cut out.
The algorithm is made as advised by the engine designer and is approved for each type of diesel engine.
Engines with a limited number of cylinders are excluded.
The following input/output signals are included with the CCO option:
Binary output signals:
P
P

Cut Out of Cylinder Group 1


Cut Out of Cylinder Group 2

(24V output signal)


(24V output signal)

The option conforms to MAN Diesel's CCO specification.

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2.11.8 Additional Control Options.


In addition to customer selectable options, EGS2200-STD has various control options that are used in certain installations. The selection of these is made by Lyngs Marine. The control options include:
-

Synchronization pick-up (tacho 3) for two-stroke diesel engines with 4 or 5 cylinders


Slope on RPM order software module

2.11.9 Slowdown Option.


This option is intended for owners, who want automatic slowdown function at Engine Control Room control
in addition to the slowdown function of the bridge manoeuvring system.
- Slowdown Order
- Cancel Slowdown order
- Reset Slowdown order

(binary input)
(binary input)
(binary input)

- Delayed shutdown

(contact output)

Delayed shutdown appears, when the Shaftgenerator option is included Waiting Station and the
Shaftgenerator is not disconnected from the busbar quickly enough.
The slowdown option extends the MAN Diesel slowdown specification for bridge control to have automatic
slowdown function from Engine Control Room.

2.11.10 Barred Range Avoidance (Critical Speed Function)


The Critical Speed function protects the Main Engine RPM from running inside a pre-defined window (adjustable) for barred speed range, where the Main Engine is not allowed to run due to torsional vibrations
on the Main Engine or in the Propeller Shaft.
One Barred Speed Range window can be defined in the EGS System.
The option assures that running at critical speeds are avoided:
- Critical speed software module

2.11.11 Engine Load Program


This option assures that load up of the engine at high load levels are done over a certain time. Furthermore optional RPM loaddown is available.
The available options are:
- RPM Load Program
- Index Load program
The RPM- and Index load programs are used with fixed- and controllable pitch propellers
respectively.

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3. EGS2200-STD Functional Description


This chapter gives a detailed assessment of the functions of EGS2200-STD and of the use of the Operating Panel. The topics covered are those available to the daily user in normal operation. Functions used for
troubleshooting and adjustments for the privileged user are treated in chapter 4.

3.1 General description


The Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD is a control system designed to accurately maintain the output shaft speed of rotation of a diesel engine to a given order. The EGS2200-STD is a third generation
product based on the previous EGS 900 and RCS 990 systems. The hardware used in EGS2200-STD is
a completely new design in new technology. The latest in the line of dedicated process computers, the
GAMMA is used. One GAMMA Computer System is capable of fulfilling all demands placed upon the
EGS2200-STD. The GAMMA is designed to operate reliable in the rugged environment aboard ship, and
is type approved by major classification societies.
EGS2200-STD controls engine output power automatically in accordance with weather conditions. This
enables the engine to be run at maximum without risk of engine overload in adverse weather conditions.
Should weather conditions permit, the EGS2200-STD will automatically select a less active mode of operation in order to reduce wear and tear on the fuel pumps and fuel racks, as well as on the EGS2200STD actuator.
EGS2200-STD contains a program module which functions as a super-fast high-speed protection while
maintaining fully automatic shaft speed control. This enables engines to be run closer to design limits.
All parameters and readings used in daily operation can be accessed from the front panel by the operator,
and privileged operators may change operational parameters when entering a password. The basic commissioning data for EGS2200-STD may be programmed aboard by PC-equipment. This can only be done
by authorized Lyngs Marine service engineer.
For commissioning and service Lyngs Marine has developed a PC-based computer program which allows the engine-builder to program engine parameters into the EGS2200-STD.

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3.2 Functions within the EGS2200-STD


EGS2200-STD includes a number of functional blocks, which are described below:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)

The actuator control loop.


The tacho system.
The setpoint selector.
The shaft speed control loop.
The engine limit curves module.
Control Mode.
The start/stop system.
Minimum selector.
A failure detection module.

Figure 3.2 illustrates the basic control functions of the EGS2200-STD.


The actuator is situated upon the engine, whilst the actuator control loop is contained in the Control Cabinet. The RPM loop is also situated in the EGS2200-STD Control Cabinet, using the tacho pickups for
sensing engine speed. These are situated on the engine in proximity to the turning wheel.
The engine limits curve module is a software module situated within the Gamma Computer. Access to limit
curve characteristics and related parameters is available from the Operating Panel.

Figure 3.2: Illustration of the function of the Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD.

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3.2.1 Actuator Control Loop


The actuator control loop consists of a position control loop, which in turn uses fast speed control and current control loops to drive the actuator motor. A Servostar power drive for control of the actuator position,
current and speed, is located inside the EGS2200-STD Control Cabinet. The STELLA7 GAMMA Micro
computer simply supplies the actuator position setpoint from the analog output module AAM401 through
an isolation amplifier to keep the Gamma Computer separated from the power drive electronics and high
voltage signals. The actuator control loop power electronic block requires 3-phase 400 V AC. This is supplied by the main 220/400/440 V AC 3-phase supply via a transformer positioned in a separate unit near
the EGS2200-STD Control Cabinet. The transformer size depends upon which of the available actuator
sizes is in use on the engine. The position loop power electronic block is similar for all actuator sizes, but
has an output power rating that match the requirement of the actuator.
The Actuator of the EGS2200-STD is available in different sizes. All comprise a motor, a brake, an absolute multiturn encoder used as position transmitter and a gearbox. The only difference between the different versions is the power available from the motor.
The EGS2200-STD actuator motor is a brushless servomotor. This means that no periodical service is required.
The EGS2200-STD actuator gear is a high precision epi-cyclic gear containing rotating pinions, which
transmit power to a common, central pinion. The pinions are supported such that the gear obtains a very
large part of its surface in contact during rotation and an extremely small backlash on its output. The gear
requires no periodical lubrication.
The actuator has a build in brake included as a safety feature. Such large mechanical powers are involved
in the EGS2200-STD Actuator that during commissioning and service the actuator must be blocked to
avoid the possibility of injury to personnel working on the actuator. The brake requires 24 V DC in order to
disengage it. If this supply fails, or is disconnected, then the brake will be engaged immediately, blocking
the actuator in its present position. This is the case when the power links in the EGS2200-STD Control
Cabinet are removed by service engineer, if a mains power failure occurs, or if the EGS2200-STD should
malfunction.
If the actuator is blocked whilst the engine is running then although the EGS2200-STD will be unable to
control the speed of the engine, the engine will neither stop nor overspeed. In any case, when the actuator
brake is engaged and the actuator blocked, an alarm is given by the EGS2200-STD. The brake current is
monitored continuously by the power drive itself.
An absolute encoder Transmitter provides the power drive with details of the position of the actuator.
This signal allow the precise control of the actuator, enabling it to move to a desired position with very little
overshoot, i.e. the motor is accelerated quickly, and its speed is reduced as the actuator approaches its final destination.
The Servostar power drive combines the inputs and produces the necessary power for the actuator motor
in order to move it. Apart from the position transmitter discussed, the Power Drive also handles the following signal inputs:
1) Index Demand:

The Index Demand, modified by the MIN Selector of the EGS2200-STD


Gamma Micro CPU, is the reference to which the Actuator Power Drive
sets and maintains the actuator index.

2) Limit Switches:

The MIN and MAX limit switches detect the extremes of mechanical
travel allowed to the Actuator. The limit switches are implemented as
software setup values relating to the encoder position feedback signal
from the servomotor.

If the actuator reaches a Limit Switch, the Actuator Power Drive will then stop the actuator, and ignore all
commands, which would otherwise cause the Actuator to continue moving in the same direction. The Actuator will only be able to move in the opposite direction.
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3.2.2 Tacho System


The speed of the engine is measured by a tacho system, using two independent pickups, TACHO 1 and
TACHO 2. The pickups are located close to the turning wheel. The tacho input circuit is situated on the
TAM401 module in the EGS2200-STD Control Cabinet. Tacho signal processing is carried out by a dedicated input processor at the Serial Interface Board SIM401 of the Gamma Computer, and from here the
RPM signal for the speedcontrol of the main engine is passed on to the Gamma CPU unit. Both units are
placed in the Control Cabinet.
The Tacho Selector selects which of the two signals is to be used. Checking that the two signals are within
the valid range does this. If both signals are in order, but slightly different, then the Tacho Selector will
choose the signal which is the highest of the two and use this for the calculation of the RPM Value.
In addition to the selection mentioned real time signal processing is used to detect malfunction of a pickup
signal, which is automatically disregarded if a fault is detected. In nearly all cases where a tacho fails, the
signal goes to zero. In these cases the failed tacho will be disregarded and the other tacho is automatically
selected. In the very few cases where a failed tacho gives increased output, the EGS2200-STD will regulate according to this apparently increased speed, and reduce the actual speed of the engine by an appropriate amount. This certifies that a failed tacho will never give rise to an overspeed situation. In all cases, a
failed tacho will cause an alarm to occur on the EGS2200-STD Operating Panel, and will be visible on the
alarm list available via that unit (see the section on Trouble Shooting for further details of this alarm list).

3.2.3 The Setpoint Selector


The Setpoint Selector receives the RPM Setpoint signals from both the bridge and the ECR continuously.
In order to determine which of these signals is to be considered as the actual order (they may be different
to each other), the Setpoint Selector also receives information from the attached Remote Operating Panel,
which informs it of control location status. The selected setpoint is considered as the RPM Setpoint. This is
fed to a slope unit, which keeps a track of the order and performs various functions within the EGS2200STD. If a cable error on the selected input is detected, or if the manoeuvring system is off-line whilst in
Bridge-Control, then the Setpoint Selector will maintain the setpoint value in effect prior to the occurrence
of the error. The fault will of course cause an alarm on the EGS2200-STD Operating Panel and will be
visible on the panel. An EGS alarm is furthermore generated to the ordinary alarm system.

3.2.4 Shaft Speed Control


The Optimal Controller takes care of filtering the input signals and calculation of the Actuator Index Demand. The parameters within the Optimal Controller vary constantly as a result of engine condition. The
result is that the controller provides three separate modes of operation. These are as follows:
RPM MODE

In RPM MODE the EGS2200-STD will maintain constant shaft speed even in
rough weather with small fluctuations imposed from the weather. This requires
hard work by the actuator of course, and some wear on all mechanical components on both the engine, the fuel pumps, fuel rack and the actuator is a consequence.

POWER MODE

In POWER MODE the EGS2200-STD will maintain approximately constant


shaft power. This gives optimal engine performance in moderate to rough
weather conditions. In this mode of operation wear and tear on the engine fuel
racks and the EGS2200-STD actuator is drastically reduced. Engine thermal
load fluctuations are likewise reduced. In the constant power mode, full control
is retained over shaft speed should it become too high.

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In INDEX MODE the EGS2200-STD will maintain a fixed fuel index. This mode
is mainly used when measuring engine performance through cylinder pressure
indication. RPM control is automatically retained if RPM becomes too high or
the speed order is altered.

If set to Auto-select, however, the Optimal Controller will automatically select between RPM and POWER
modes to achieve the best operation according to the prevailing weather conditions. The change over criterion due to the weather conditions is Sea state 3, i.e. in rough weather Power Mode is selected, and in
calm weather RPM Mode is chosen. Each mode of operation can be selected manually via the Operating
Panel.

3.2.5 Engine Limits Module


The filtered Ps (Scavenge Air Pressure) is transmitted to the Scavenge Air Limit block. The filtered RPM is
transmitted to the Engine Torque Limit block and the Actuator Index Demand is passed to the MIN Selector.
The Scavenge Air Limit function in the EGS2200-STD assures that the correct amount of fuel is provided
for each cylinder in relation to how much scavenge air is available. This ensures clean burning of the fuel
injected.
During periods of acceleration the normal lack of sufficient turbo-charger speed in relation to engine speed
makes the fuel to air ratio within each cylinder too large. This means that not enough air is available to
burn all the fuel injected.
This again leads to poor combustion and the production of smoke containing sometimes severe pollutants.
Restricting the Actuator Fuel Index in accordance with the available Scavenge Air alleviates this problem.

Figure 3.2.5: Fuel Index Limiters in the EGS2200-STD.


Figure 3.2.5 shows a typical Scavenge Air Limit curve. The values on the x-axis and y-axis are programmed either by PC equipment or via the front panel of the EGS2200-STD Operating Panel during
commissioning.
The EGS2200-STD contains an Engine Torque Limitation function, which purpose is to protect the engine
against torque overload. The maximum allowable Fuel Index as a function of RPM is shown in figure 3.2.5.
The values determining the limit curves may be altered by privileged user access.

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3.2.6 Engine Limit Prewarnings (Option)


EGS2200-STD may optionally include two additional curves, normally chosen in parallel with the Scavenge Air Limit curve and the torque limit curve, but with lower index-values.
This first curve is referred to as the Scavenge Air Pre-warning Curve. When this curve is exceeded by the
system, a contact in the EGS2200-STD Control Cabinet is opened. This contact is used by external systems to indicate the condition scavenge air pressure limit pre-warning.
The second curve is referred to as the torque limit pre-warning curve. When this curve is exceeded by the
system, a contact in the EGS2200-STD Control Cabinet is opened. This contact may be used by external
systems to indicate the condition torque limit pre-warning.

3.2.7 The Minimum Selector


The MINIMUM Selector limits the Actuator Index Demand (from the Optimal Controller) before passing on
the final value of the Actuator Index Demand to the Actuator via the actuator power circuits.
The Actuator Index Demand is limited by three signals:
1)

Scavenge Air Limit

2)

Engine Torque Limit

3)

Index MAX

(The maximum index set from the Control Panel by use of the
Index MAX function).

If the Actuator Index Demand is limited for any of the above reasons then the condition will be indicated on
the LCD display of the EGS2200-STD Operating Panel.
The index will be limited to zero whenever a STOP or SHUTDOWN signal is active.

3.2.8 Control Mode


There are different control modes available to operate the propulsion plant:
Automatic EGS2200-STD Control from the Bridge (Automatic Bridge Control)
Automatic EGS2200-STD Control from the ECR (Automatic ECR Control)
Manual ECR Speed Control from ECR
Local Control from the Local Control Station
If more than exactly one of the three binary inputs for the selection of Control mode are activated at a time,
then an <EGS2200 CHANGE OVER ALARM> is released after a timedelay and the actual control place
changes to the one with the highest priority (highest priority first):
Local Control at the Local Control Station
ECR Manual Control
Automatic Bridge/ECR Control Mode
If none of the three binary inputs for the selection of Control mode are activated, then an
<EGS2200 CHANGE OVER ALARM> is released after a timedelay and the actual control place remains
unchanged.
If no control place is selected during Power up / Reset Gamma CPU, then Local Control is selected, the
actuator remains blocked and <EGS2200 CHANGE OVER ALARM> is released after a timedelay.

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3.2.9 Alignment of Bridge- and Manual Engine Control Room setpoints.


When changing the control position from the Bridge to the Manual ECR control mode or vice versa, if the
two SPEED-SETTING handles are in different positions, then the transfer will be "BUMPY", i.e. the engine
RPM will suffer a step-wise change.
In order to avoid this, it is advisable to ensure that both speed-setting handles are in the same position before transferring control from one location to the other. This is monitored in the Basic Mode overview display at the Operating Panel:

ACTUAL RPM
xxx.x CTRL MODE <EGSctrl>
GOV. SETPOINT xxx.x STATUS
<EGS basic>
REM. SETPOINT xxx.x MANUAL SETP
xxx.x
<Oldest unacknowledged alarm/Alarm stat>
Figure 3.2.9:

Basic Mode Overview Display obtained when pressing [ESC] key repeatedly.

Indications for Main Engine include:


ACTUAL RPM
<EGS ctrl>
GOV. SETPOINT

xxx.x RPM
MAN. CTRL
REMOTE
LOCAL
xxx.x RPM

REM. SETPOINT

xxx.x RPM

MANUAL SETP

xxx.x RPM

Main Engine RPM from the tacho system


Manual Speed Control mode
Bridge Manoeuvring System in control
Local Control from Local Control Station
EGS2200-STD resulting Rpm Setpoint
after slope and other setpoint limitations.
This value must be close to that of the set
point source selected.
EGS2200 Rpm Setpoint from DMS is used
in Remote Control
EGS2200 Rpm Setpoint from the speedsetting handle used in Manual Control

3.2.10 Start / Stop System


The EGS2200-STD START/STOP system controls the index during start and stop of the diesel engine.
When a STOP or SHUTDOWN signal is received, the EGS2200-STD will immediately give an index zero
demand to the actuator. When a START request is received, the EGS2200-STD causes the actuator to
move to a pre-determined index value. This value will be maintained for a length of time (unless the actual
RPM exceeds the desired RPM, in which case the index will be controlled by the Optimal Controller).
When this time expires, the actuator index control will go on-line if the RPM has not reached the ordered
value.
If the EGS2200-STD is started up after a mains supply failure, and the engine is already running at a RPM
value above start level RPM, then this function will automatically be by-passed. The function is also bypassed if the Cancel Limits function is in operation for instance during a repeated start situation.
At the Operating Panel or by an external signal from the Remote Control System a higher value of start
level index can be selected, e.g. if the first start attempt was not successful. This function is effectuated by
the Load Limit Cancel signal described in chapter 4.4.

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3.2.11 Failure Detection Module


The following categories of failure detection exist:
1.

Cable failure for all analog input signals.

2.

Pick-up errors for the Tacho System.

3.

System supervision including Remote Control System, Tacho System, Operating Panel, Actuator Power Drive System and Change-over System.

4.

Actuator supervision including motor temperature and position error.

5.

Supervision of the Input/output system for the Gamma Computer covering conversion errors
and connection errors of I/O-units.

6.

Power source supervision including internal generated dc supply voltages and battery supply.

7.

All types of Gamma Computer memory circuits as well as the CPU function are supervised.

8.

Alarm released for EGS2200-STD subject to test.

9.

Alarm for illegal parameter setup in the Gamma Computer.

10.

Alarm for VIT Option safety limit active.

If a Cable Failure occurs in any monitored connection between the EGS2200-STD and the environment to
which it is connected, this will be indicated on the Operating Panel LCD display, in the alarm list and an
alarm will be given. Generally, no change will occur in engine operation. Certain special cases exist, however, where a change is needed for reasons of engine safety. See the chapter on Trouble Shooting for further details.
A circuit exists within the EGS2200-STD which function is to monitor the operation of the GAMMA computer for Computer Hardware Failure. If an error is detected, then the actuator will immediately be blocked,
an EGS Malfunction alarm given, and all program execution terminated. If an error is detected during the
start-up procedure, the EGS2200-STD will not start, the actuator will be blocked, and an EGS Malfunction
alarm will be given.
Details of troubleshooting are found in chapter 6 including the complete alarm list for the EGS2200-STD.

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EGS2200-STD Panel Operation Description


The EGS operation from the Operating Panel is made by means of softkeys, where the function is displayed on the 4-line display, and operated by means of four keys [ S1 ] - [ S2 ] - [ S3 ] & [ S4 ].

Figure 4:

4.1

EGS2200-STD Operator Panel lay-out.

Selection of EGS2200-STD Control Functions


To operate EGS2200-STD Control Functions by means of the Softkeys on the Operating Panel, the operator must first activate the [ Select ] key on the Panel, after which the machine control groups including
EGS control functions are displayed.

SELECT CONTROL GROUP:


10 EGS2200: OVERVIEW
11 EGS2200: CONTROL
The requested Control Function is selected by means of the [ Arrow ] and the [ Enter ] keys, and the
EGS Control Functions in that particular Machine Group are shown.
If a Machine Group includes only one EGS Control Function, such as the Mode Selector, it is shown directly when the machine group is selected.
Italicized texts at the EGS2200-STD Operating Panel illustrations in this chapter are only visible, if the option, which they represent, is included with the actual installation.
There are no dedicated hardkeys relating to the EGS2200-STD, and the only indication specifically aimed
at the EGS is the BLOCK. indicator at the upper left corner of the Operating Panel. This indicator will inform the operator of the blocking of the actuator. When this indicator is lit, the EGS2200-STD is unable to
control the speed of the engine. An alarm is given at the same time as the indicator is activated.

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Basic Mode Overview Display on EGS2200-STD Operator Panel


The Basic Mode overview display shows general status information for the EGS2200 System. Basic Mode
is the display selected, when the [ ESC ] key is pressed one or more times from an other display, until the
outermost level is reached.

ACTUAL RPM
xxx.x CTRL MODE <EGSctrl>
GOV. SETPOINT xxx.x STATUS
<EGS basic>
REM. SETPOINT xxx.x MANUAL SETP
xxx.x
<Oldest unacknowledged alarm/Alarm stat>
Indications for Main Engine on the first line include:
ACTUAL RPM
<EGS ctrl>

xxx.x RPM
MAN. CTRL
REMOTE
LOCAL

Main Engine RPM


Manual Speed Control mode
Bridge Manoeuvring System in control
Local Control from Local Control Station

Indications for Main Engine on the second line include:


GOV. SETPOINT

xxx.x RPM

< EGS basic >

FUEL ON
SETP LIMT

STARTING
LOAD PROG
TORQ LIM
CHAIR LIM
INDEX MAX
GOV STOP
SHUT DOWN

EGS2200-STD resulting Rpm Setpoint


after slope and other setpoint limitations
ME running without governor limitations
a) Barred Speed Range or
b) Slowdown order present or
c) Shaftgenerator connected or
d) OPS is active
Start sequence ongoing
Index / Rpm Loadprogram is active
Rpm dependant Index limitation
Charge air pressure dep. Index limitation
Index max is active
Governor STOP order is active
Governor Shutdown is active

Indications for Main Engine on the third line include:


REM. SETPOINT

xxx.x RPM

MANUAL SETP

xxx.x RPM

EGS2200 Rpm Setpoint from DMS is used


in Remote Control
EGS2200 Rpm Setpoint from the speedsetting handle used in Manual Control

Indications on the fourth line will show the alarm status with the number of present alarms when no unacknowledged alarms are present, the information of any alarm channels in manual suppression, or the oldest unacknowledged alarm if any of these are present.

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EGS2200-STD Overview Status List.


Selecting the OVERVIEW will go to the Governor [ STATUS ] display.
The Status list will display the status for each of the limitations in the Governor Controller, including feedback for the corresponding signals used to calculate the limitations:

EGS2200
EGS2200-STD
GOVERNOR STATUS
CONTROL MODE
RPM SETPOINT LIMIT
REMOTE RPM SETPOINT
MANUAL RPM SETPOINT
ACTUAL RPM
GOVERNOR SETPOINT
FUEL COMMAND
FUEL CMD. FEEDBACK
RPM LOAD PROGRAM LIM
PITCH FEEDBACK
REMAINING FUEL INDEX
INDEX MAX LIMIT
INDEX LOAD PGM LIMIT
SMOKE LIMIT f(ChAir)
TORQUE LIMIT f(rpm)
CHARGE AIR PRESSURE
LOAD LIM. CANCEL REQ
LOAD LIM. CANCELLED

<EGS status>
<EGS ctrl>
<RpmSpLim>
102.0 rpm
103.5 rpm
100.8 rpm
100.8 rpm
71.7 %
71.5 %
101.4 rpm
100.0 %
5.9 %
75.0 %
73.7 %
73.0 %
74.0 %
2.48 bar
<LLCreq>
<LLC status>

The EGS Governor <EGS status> field comprises the following status texts:
< EGS status >
FUEL ON
ME running without governor limitations
CONST RPM
Constant Rpm order is active
RpmSp LIM
Rpm Setpoint command is limited by BSR, Sl.d. or SG.
ST.RPM SP
Start level rpm setpoint is running
OPS ACTIV
OPS control is active, i.e. Rpm Setpoint is limited
START AIR
Starting air running
START ERR
Start attempt failure
START IDX
Starting level index is active
LOAD PROG
Index / Rpm Loadprogram is active
TORQ LIM
Rpm dependant Index limitation
CHAIR LIM
Charge air pressure dep. Index limitation
INDEX MAX
Index max is active
GOV STOP
Governor STOP is active
SHUTDOWN
Governor Shutdown is active
<RpmSpLim>
NO LIMIT
No limitation present for Rpm Command
OPS ACTIV
OPS control is active, i.e. rpm setp. limited
BSR ON
Barred Speed Range in EGS is active
SHAFTGEN
Shaftgenerator is connected (waiting station function)
SLOWDOWN
Slowdown order is present and active
<EGS ctrl>
MAN. CTRL
Manual Speed Control mode
REMOTE
Bridge Manoeuvring System DMS in control
LOCAL
Local Control from Local Control Station

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EGS2200-STD Overview Control List.


Pressing the [ CONTROL ] key when the EGS2200 Overview is selected will go to the Governor
[ CONTROL ] display, with the possibility to manually select the Cancellation of Load Limiters in the governor as well as the Reset function for the Servostar Power Drive. Default should during normal operation
be Cancellation OFF where the scavenging air and rpm dependent fuel limiters are enabled.
No password is necessary for these adjustments.

EGS2200
EGS2200-STD
<LLCreq> <LLC status>
120.0 rpm
|S|CANCEL |S|LIMITS |S|RESET
|1|OFF
|2|CANCEL |3|P.DRIVE
Indications on the second line include:
<LLCreq>
<LLC status>

CANCELLED
NORMAL
CANCELLED

<120.0>

NORMAL
0-120.0 rpm

NOTE:

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Load Limiters Cancel OFF request
Load limits are cancelled in the EGS,
(Auto or Manual)
Normal limitations are available in the EGS
Actual rpm

The use of the LIMITS CANCEL key is entirely at the discretion of the operator. Any overload conditions which become, or are effective will not be compensated for by the EGS2200
since the relevant compensation circuits are by-passed by this function. Return to normal operation as soon as practicable.
Optionally an EGS2200-STD alarm may be included when the limits are cancelled.

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EGS2200-STD Overview Parameter Adjustments.


Pressing the [ SETTINGS ] softkey will go to the Max Index and Fuel Max Factor adjustments when the
EGS2200 Overview is selected.

EGS2200
EGS2200-STD
INDEX MAX
FUEL MAX FACTOR

100.0 %
1.00

The relevant parameter may be selected by means of the [Arrow] and [Enter] keys.
Then key in the appropriate password when asked for it and the display will show the old value on line 3,
and the new value can be typed in on line 4, which is also showing the minimum and maximum values for
the adjustment.

4.5.1 Maximum Index Limit


The maximum allowed Fuel Command can be reduced by the Index Max adjustment.
The actual Fuel Command for the actuator is shown on line 2.
No password is necessary for this adjustment.

EGS2200
EGS2200-STD
FUEL COMMAND
INDEX MAX
New Value:+00088.8 [

89.3 %
100.0 %
50.0;
100.0]

To change the Index Max, type in the new value, and accept with the [ Enter ] key.
The Index Max adjustment is limited to the range from 50 to 100% of the basic Index Max level.
The resulting Index Max level can be viewed in the EGS2200 Overview Status List.
When done press [ESC] to leave the adjustment display.

4.5.2 Fuel Max Factor


The Fuel Max Factor is relatively changing the basic Index Max Limit as well as all the other Fuel Cmd limiters including starting- and MCR-levels.
The actual Fuel Command for the actuator is shown on line 2.
A Chief Engineer level 1 password is necessary for this adjustment.

EGS2200
EGS2200-STD
FUEL COMMAND
> FUEL MAX FACTOR
New Value:+001.05
[

89.3 %
1.00
0.90;
1.20]

To change the Fuel Max Factor, type in the new value, and accept with the [ Enter ] key.
The Fuel Max Factor adjustment is limited to the range from 90 to 120% of the basic Index Max level originally setup during the ships seatrial.
The resulting Index Max level can be viewed in the EGS2200 Overview Status List.
When done press [ESC] to leave the adjustment display.

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EGS2200-STD Control Objects.


The actual EGS Control Function in the EGS2200 CONTROL group is selected by means of the
[ Arrow ] and [ ENT ] keys, and the selected EGS2200 Control display with Softkeys or Status list will
show up.

SELECT CONTROL OBJECT:


EGS2200A MODE SELECTOR
EGS2200B OVERLOAD PROTECTION
EGS2200C TACHO SYSTEM
EGS2200D LUB. OIL DOSING
EGS2200E VIT SYSTEM
EGS2200F CYLINDER CUT-OUT SYS
EGS2200G SHAFTGENERATOR
EGS2200H SLOWDOWN
EGS2200I TEST MODE
EGS2200J CHARGE AIR ADJUST
EGS2200K RPM TORQUE ADJUST

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4.6.1 Mode Selector.


Selecting
the
MODE
SELECTOR
will
go
to
the
Governor
Mode
Selector
[ CONTROL ] display, with the possibility to manually select the actual mode required for the actual running condition of the vessel. Default should during normal operation be Autoselect Mode where rpm
mode will automatically be selected during manoeuvring and in fair weather conditions.
No password is necessary for this adjustment.

EGS2200A
MODE SELECTOR
<ModMode> <ModSel>
120.0 rpm
|S|SELECT |S|SELECT |S|SELECT |S|AUTO
|1|RPM
|2|POWER |3|INDEX |4|SELECT
Indications on the second line include:
<ModMode>
RPM REQ
POWER REQ
INDEX REQ
AUTO
<ModSel>
RPM MODE
POWR MODE
INDX MODE
<120.0>
0-120.0 rpm

RPM Mode manual request


Power Mode manual request
Index Mode manual request
Auto-select RPM/POWER Mode manual request
Rpm Mode selected, (manually or auto)
Power Mode selected, (manually or auto)
Index Mode selected
Actual rpm

4.6.1.1 Mode Selector Status List


Pressing the [ STATUS ] key when the EGS Mode Selector is selected will go to the Governor Mode Selector status list showing detailed information about the Governor Mode selector system.

EGS2200A
MODE SELECTOR
REQUESTED MODE
<ModMode>
SELECTED MODE
<ModSel>
ACTUAL RPM
120.0 rpm

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4.6.2 EGS2200 Tacho Selector.


Selecting the TACHO SYSTEM will go to the Governor Tacho Selector [ CONTROL ] display, with the
possibility to manually Select Pickup1 or Select Pickup2 from the EGS2200 Tacho system.
Default should during normal operation be Autoselect Pickup where it for safety reasons will automatically select the pick-up with the highest RPM.
No password is necessary for this adjustment.

EGS2200C
TACHO SYSTEM
<TacMode> <TachSel> <TacFail>
|S|SELECT |S|SELECT |S|AUTOSEL
|1|PICKUP1|2|PICKUP2|3|PICKUP
Indications on the second line include:
<TacMode>
SELECT 1
SELECT 2
AUTO
<TachSel>
PICKUP 1
PICKUP 2
<TacFail>
PU 1 FAIL
PU 2 FAIL
1+2 FAIL
NO SIGNAL
PICKUP OK
<120.0>
0-120.0 rpm

120.0

Pick-up 1 Manually selected, makes alarm for Pick-up 2


Pick-up 2 Manually selected, makes alarm for Pick-up 1
Auto-select highest pick-up RPM
Pick-up 1 selected, (manually or auto)
Pick-up 2 selected, (manually or auto)
Pick-up 1 in failure
Pick-up 2 in failure
Pick-up 1 and 2 both in failure condition
Pick-up 1 and 2 failure with no signals
Pick-up 1 and 2 are both OK
Actual rpm

4.6.2.1 EGS2200 Tacho System Status List


Pressing the [ STATUS ] key when the EGS Tacho System is selected will go to the Governor Tacho System status list showing some more detailed information about the EGS Tacho system, than are available
on the Control Display.

EGS2200C
TACHO SYSTEM
SELECTED PICKUP
SELECTED PICKUP STAT
PICKUP SELECT MODE
SELECTED PICKUP
PICKUP 1 STATE
PICKUP 2 STATE
PICKUP FAIL STATE

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OK/FAIL
<TacMode>
<TachSel>
OK/FAIL
OK/FAIL
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4.6.3 Lubrication Oil Dosing System.


Selecting the LUB. OIL DOSING will turn to the Cylinder Lubrication System (LOD)
[ CONTROL ] display with the possibility to manually select the Cylinder Lubrication test with fixed ON /
OFF binary relay output signal irrespective of the main engine running status.
Extra Lubrication also known as LOD HIGH also known as FIXED ON equals closed contact output.

Remember to select LOD TST OFF after testing the relay output signal.
The test mode will be abandoned automatically after 10 minutes, if it is forgotten to select
LOD TST OFF after testing the relay output signal.
The calculations of the LOD system continue, while the relay output is tested.

EGS2200D
LUB. OIL DOSING
<LodStat> <LodSel> <LodReq>
|S|LOD TST|S|SIGNAL |S|SIGNAL
|1|OFF
|2|ON
|3|OFF
Indications on the second line include:
<LodReq>
<LodSel>
<LodStat>

REQ ON
REQ OFF
TEST OFF
FIXED ON
FIXED OFF
AUTO
LOD HIGH
LOD LOW

Extra Cylinder Lubrication ON


Extra Cylinder Lubrication OFF
LOD Test mode is requested OFF
Extra Cylinder Lubrication ON
Extra Cylinder Lubrication OFF
LOD Test is OFF
Extra Cylinder Lubrication ON
Extra Cylinder Lubrication OFF

4.6.3.1 Lubrication Oil Dosing System Status List


Pressing the [ STATUS ] key when the LUB. OIL DOSING System is selected will go to the Cylinder
Lubrication System status list showing more detailed information about the LOD system:

EGS2200D
LUB. OIL DOSING
LOD level
xxxx %
LOD CONTROL STATUS
<LodStat>
LOD TEST STATUS
<LodSel>
LOD TEST REQUEST
<LodReq>
Indication specifics for analog value:
LOD level

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4.6.3.2 Lubrication Oil Dosing System Settings


Pressing the [ SETTINGS ] key, when the LUB. OIL DOSING System is selected will go to the LOD adjustment display, where the ships crew is able to adjust the three parameters for the Lubrication Oil Dosing System during Password Level 1.
A new list showing the present adjustment will show up.

EGS2200D
LUB. OIL DOSING
RAMP TIME tr
xxx sec.
TELEGRAPH CHANGE POS
xx %
TIMER ts
xx min.
To make the adjustment, select the actual parameter by means of the [ Enter ] key.
Then key in the appropriate password when asked for and the display will show the old value on line 3.
The new value can be typed in on line 4, which is also showing the installation dependant minimum and
maximum values for the adjustment.
The actual resulting LOD level is shown on line 2.
Extra lubrication (High level) is requested by the Lubrication Oil Dosing System whenever a telegraph
movement of at least TELEGRAPH CHANGE POS is carried out within a maximum time of RAMP TIME
tr.
The resulting extra lubrication request will last TIMER ts after the LOD level has again dropped below
the 100% triggering level.
Parameter name

Range

Default value

RAMP TIME tr
TELEGRAPH CHANGE POS
TIMER ts

2120 sec
2-10 %
0-60 min

10 sec
2%
30 min

Note:

When the timer ts is selected to be zero, the relay output is closed for testing purposes
during a period of 10 seconds.

Example:

EGS2200D
LUB. OIL DOSING
LOD level
395 %
TELEGRAPH CHANGE POS
2 %
New Value:
5_
[ 2.0; 10.0]
To change the adjustment, type in the new value, and accept with the [ Enter ] key.
The Telegraph Change POS adjustment is limited to the range from 2 to 10 %.

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4.6.4 VIT System


Selecting the VIT SYSTEM will go to the Variable Injection Timing (VIT) Option [ CONTROL ] display
with the possibility to Manually Cancel the VIT System or select test mode in the VIT part of the governor
EGS2200.
Password level 1 is necessary for these adjustments.
VIT Test must take place with STOP-order in Remote Control.
In case the diesel engine is not detected stopped, an attempt to carry out the VIT test will display a GoTo
STOP warning for two seconds and the normal governor function will prevail.
During the VIT Test the alarms EGS2200 Test Mode and Blocked during Test are released.
When the VIT Test is finished, then the test condition must be reset from the Control Menu at the
EGS2200-STD Operating Panel.
After a Reset CPU or power-up situation, the VIT Test Mode is abandoned.

EGS2200E
VIT SYSTEM
<VitStat> <VitCancld> <VitBrkpt>
|S|VIT
|S|MANUAL |S|TEST
|S|VIT
|1|ON
|2|CANCEL |3|OFF
|4|TEST

The Variable Injection Timing System (VIT) status fields comprises the following status texts:
<VitStat>

VIT ON
CANCELLED
TEST MODE
GoTo STOP

VIT is in normal operation


VIT is cancelled with reason given below
VIT is in test mode during STOP
Test Mode only legal with STOP order present

<VitCancld>

NORMAL
ChAir Err
Act.Block
ME AS Run
StopOrder
MAN CANCL
GoTo STOP

VIT is operating normally without cancel


Cancelled due to cable error scav. air sensor
Cancelled due to actuator blocked
Cancelled due to Main Engine run Astern
VIT is disabled during STOP or Shutdown
VIT is manually cancelled
Test Mode only legal with STOP order present

<VitBrkpt>

AboveBrpt

VIT above breakpoint (app. 85% load), i.e.


operating as a function of scav. air pressure.
VIT below breakpoint (app. 85% load)

BelowBrpt

Manual cancellation of the VIT-function is activating 0% VIT Index, i.e. 4 mA to be output.


An EGS2200 alarm is released, when Manual Cancellation is present.

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4.6.4.1 VIT System Status List


Pressing the [ STATUS ] key when the VIT SYSTEM is selected, the Status list will display the status
indications as well as the relevant analog variables related to the VIT:

EGS2200E
VIT SYSTEM
VIT STATUS
LOAD ABOVE BREAK PNT
VIT INDEX
REASON FOR CANCELLED
RELATIVE FUEL INDEX
ACTUAL RPM
CHARGE AIR PRESSURE
POWER ESTIMATED
VIT Pcomp
VIT del.P

<VitStat>
<VitBrkpt>
27.9 %
<VitCancld>
93.9 %
92.0 rpm
2.48 bar
75.5 %
97.4 bar
9.4 bar

The VIT status list comprises the following:


Power Estimated equal to Relative index*rpm for ship
Pressure rise p for VIT exclusive the offset
Relative index for ship
Variable Injection Timing index
Compression pressure in the cylinder

Power Estimated
VIT del.P
Relative Fuel Index
VIT INDEX
VIT Pcomp

VIT INDEX has a fixed output scaling of 25 / 0 / 100 % corresponds to 0 / 4 / 20 mA output.

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4.6.4.2 VIT System Parameter Adjustments


Pressing the [ SETTINGS ] softkey will go to the parameter adjustments for the VIT System, when the
VIT SYSTEM is selected:

EGS2200E
VIT SYSTEM
poffset
Gain kI
Pmax
Ratio Kc
delta pk
delta p100
delta Pmin
Pmin
Pk,break
delta pmax,control
delta pmax,allowed
Ramp increasing
Ramp decreasing
VIT TEST INDEX

0
0.35
125
34.0
30
10
10
20
85
10
35
30
1
+/- XXX.X

bar
bar
bar
bar
bar
%
%
bar
bar
sec.
sec.
%

The parameter list available to the operator is shown below:


Item

Text

Resolution

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

poffset
Gain kI
pmax
Ratio kc
delta pk
delta p100
delta pmin
Pmin
Pk,break
delta pmax,control
delta pmax,allowed
Ramp increasing
Ramp decreasing
VIT TEST INDEX

1 bar
0.01 mA/bar
1 bar, absolute
0.1 (Pcomp/pscav at MCR in bar, abs / bar, abs)
1 bar
1 bar
1 bar
1%
1%
1 bar
1 bar
1 sec
1 sec
0.1 %

Table 4.6.5.2.a: VIT parameters available.

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The texts shown are abbreviated versions of texts represented in the table below:
Text

Abbreviation

Symbol

Offset to p for fuel quality adjustment


Conversion factor from p to
output signal (mA)
Maximum cylinder pressure pmax
Ratio of pcomp in relation to psc
Pressure rise at the breakpoint
Pressure rise at 100% load
Pressure rise minimum value
Diesel engine minimum power point
Diesel engine power at the breakpoint
Maximum allowed control range
Max allowed pressure rise
from pcomp to pmax
Increasing VIT index 0 to 100% slope
Decreasing VIT index 100 to 0% slope
VIT Test Index for I/p converter test

poffset

poffset

Gain kI
pmax
Ratio kc
deltapk
deltap100
deltapmin
Pmin
Pk,break
delta pmax,control

kI
pmax
kc
pk
p100%
pmin
Pmin
Pk
pmax,control

delta pmax,allowed
Ramp increasing
Ramp decreasing
VIT TEST INDEX

pmax,allowed
t1
t2
-

Table 4.6.5.2.b: Abbreviations used in the parameter list.


Parameter name

Range

Physical unit

Default

poffset
kI
pmax
kc
pk
p100%
pmin
Pmin (relative load)
Pk (relative load)
pmax,control
pmax,allowed
t1
t2
VIT TEST INDEX

-50 - 50
0 - 2.00
100 - 250
25.0 - 50.0
10 - 50
0 - 25
-50 - +50
0 - 60
50 - 95
0 - 20
0 - 50
0 - 120
0 - 120
-25 100

bar
mA/bar
bar

0
0.35
125
34.0
30
10
(10) = p100%
20
85
10
35
30
1
0

bar
bar
bar
%
%
bar
bar
sec
sec
%

*)
*)
*)
*)
*)

Table 4.6.5.2.c: VIT parameter ranges.


*)

Installation dependant values derived from the calculated performance data of the diesel engine. The magnitudes may have to be adjusted according to testbed results for each individual engine.

Service parameters: poffset [bar] is for adjustment of fuel quality.

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To make an adjustment, select the relevant variable from the list by means of the [Arrow] and [Enter]
keys.
Then key in the appropriate password for level 1, when asked for it, and the display will show the old value
on line 3, and the new value can be typed in on line 4, which is also showing the minimum and maximum
values for the adjustment.
The resulting VIT index is shown on line 2.
Example:

Adjustment of pressure offset for fuel quality adjustment

EGS2200E
VIT SYSTEM
VIT INDEX
poffset
New Value:+00000
[

75.5 %
0 bar
-50.0;
50.0]

To change the poffset for fuel quality adjustment, type in the new value,
and accept with the [ Enter ] key.
The pressure offset adjustment is limited to the range from -50 to +50 bar.
When done press [ESC] to leave the adjustment display.

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4.6.5 Cylinder Cut-out System.


Selecting the CYLINDER CUT-OUT SYS will turn to the Cylinder Cut-out System (CCO) [ CONTROL ]
display with the possibility to manually select the Cylinder Cut-out test with fixed combinations of relay output signals for the two groups of cylinders that are enabled / disabled by the Cylinder Cut-out Option. A
closed relay contact will cut-out the cylinders.
Password level 1 is necessary for these adjustments.
CCO Test must take place with STOP-order in Remote Control.
In case the diesel engine is not detected stopped, an attempt to carry out the CCO control test will display
a GoTo STOP warning for two seconds and the normal governor function will prevail.
During the CCO Test the alarms EGS2200 Test Mode and Blocked during Test are released.
When the CCO Test is finished, then the test condition must be reset from the Control Menu at the
EGS2200-STD Operating Panel.
After a Reset CPU or power-up situation, the CCO Test Mode is abandoned.

EGS2200F
CYLINDER CUT-OUT SYS
<CCOReq> <CCOStat> <CCOStat1> <CCOStat2>
|S|CCO
|S|MANUAL |S|
|S|MORE
|1|ON
|2|CANCEL |3|
|4|
<CCOReq> <CCOStat> <CCOStat1> <CCOStat2>
|S|CCO TST|S|GRP 1/2|S|GRP 1/2|S|MORE
|1|OFF
|2|CUT/CUT|3|CUT/ON |4|
<CCOReq> <CCOStat> <CCOStat1> <CCOStat2>
|S|GRP 1/2|S|GRP 1/2|S|
|S|MORE
|1|ON/CUT |2|ON/ON |3|
|4|
Indications on the second line include:
<CCOReq>

<CCOStat>

<CCOStat1>
<CCOStat2>

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ReqCutOn
ReqOnCut
ReqOnOn
TEST OFF
MAN CANCL
CCO ON
ACTIVE
PASSIVE
DEV CANCL
LLC CANCL
MAN CANCL
TEST MODE
GoTo STOP
Gr1Cutout
Gr1FuelOn
Gr2Cutout
Gr2FuelOn

Test Cyl. Group 1 / 2 are Cut-out / Cut-out


Test Cyl. Group 1 / 2 are Cut-out / ON Fuel
Test Cyl. Group 1 / 2 are ON Fuel / Cut-out
Test Cyl. Group 1 / 2 are ON Fuel / ON Fuel
CCO Test mode is requested OFF
CCO Manual Cancellation is requested
Normal CCO operation is requested
Cylinder group 1 and 2 are controlled by the CCO
a) Rpm is above the range with CCO in control
b) Stop, Sh.d., starting or Local Control is present
Rpm setpoint / rpm deviation causes Cancellation
Load Limits Cancelled is present
Manual cancellation is present
CCO Test mode is present
Test Mode only allowed with STOP order present
Cylinder Group 1 is cut-out
Cylinder Group 1 is running on fuel
Cylinder Group 2 is cut-out
Cylinder Group 2 is running on fuel

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4.6.5.1 Cylinder Cut-out System Status List


Pressing the [ STATUS ] key when the CYLINDER CUT-OUT SYS System is selected will go to the
Cylinder Cut-out System status list showing detailed information about the CCO system:

EGS2200F
CYLINDER CUT-OUT SYS
CCO TEST REQUEST
<CCOReq>
CCO CONTROL STATUS
<CCOStat>
CCO GROUP 1 STATUS
<CCOStat1>
CCO GROUP 2 STATUS
<CCOStat2>

4.6.5.2 Cylinder Cut-out System Settings


There are no [ SETTINGS ] available for the Cylinder Cut-out System.

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4.6.6 Shaft Generator Waiting Station Status List.


When the SHAFTGENERATOR Option is selected the Operating Panel pictures will go to the Shaftgenerator Option status list showing information about the SG system:

EGS2200G
SHAFTGENERATOR
SG PERMITTED A:
SG AT BUSBAR A:
SG PERMITTED B:
SG AT BUSBAR B:

<SgPermA>
<SgBusA>
<SgPermB>
<SgBusB>

Indications for Shaftgenerator option status list include:


<SgPermA>

YES
NO

Shaftgenerator Permitted at Range A


Shaftgenerator Not allowed at Range A

<SgBusA>

OFF
ON

Shaftgenerator disconnected at Busbar A


Shaftgenerator connected at Busbar A

<SgPermB>

YES
NO

Shaftgenerator Permitted at Range B


Shaftgenerator Not allowed at Range B

<SgBusB>

OFF
ON

Shaftgenerator disconnected at Busbar B


Shaftgenerator connected at Busbar B

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4.6.7 Slowdown.
Selecting the SLOWDOWN will turn to the Slowdown Option (SLD) [ CONTROL ] display with the possibility to manually cancel or reset the slowdown.

EGS2200H
SLOWDOWN
<SldStat> <SldSel> <SldReq>
|S|CANCEL |S|MANUAL |S|MANUAL
|1| OFF |2|CANCEL |3|RESET
Indications on the second line include:
<SldReq>

OFF REQ
CANCL REQ
RESET REQ

Slowdown Manual Cancel request OFF


Slowdown Manual Cancel request
Slowdown Manual Reset request is ON

<SldSel>

CANCL OFF
CANCELLED
RESET
ILLEGAL

Slowdown Manual Cancel request OFF


Slowdown Manual Cancel request
Slowdown Manual Reset request is ON
Slowdown Cancel only, when in ECR control (Option)

<SldStat>

OFF
ON DMS
ON HW
CANCL MMI
CANCL HW
RESET MMI
RESET HW

Slowdown condition is absent


Slowdown is active at RS-485 from DMS2100i
Slowdown is active at hardware input to EGS
Slowdown is manually cancelled from MMI
Slowdown is cancelled at hardware input to EGS
Slowdown is manually reset from MMI
Slowdown is reset at hardware input to EGS

4.6.7.1 Slowdown Option Status List


Pressing the [ STATUS ] key when the SLOWDOWN Option is selected will go to the Slowdown Option
status list showing information about the SLD system:

EGS2200H
SLOWDOWN
SLD CONTROL STATUS
SLD SETUP STATUS
SLD SETUP REQUEST

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<SldSel>
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4.6.8 EGS2200 Test Mode.


Selecting the TEST MODE will go to the Fuel Command Test [ CONTROL ] display with the possibility
to manually select the test mode for fixed Fuel Command output, 5% Step or 100% Step of the Fuel
Command to the actuator during Password Level 3.
Fuel Command Test must take place with STOP-order in Remote Control.
In case the diesel engine is not detected stopped, an attempt to carry out the actuator test will display a
GoTo STOP warning for two seconds and the normal governor function will prevail.
During the Fuel Command Tests the alarm EGS2200 Test Mode is released.
When Fuel Command Test and Simulation is finished, then the test condition must be reset from the Control Menu at the EGS2200-STD Operating Panel.
After a Reset CPU or power-up situation, the Fuel Command Test Mode is abandoned.

EGS2200I
TEST MODE
<TstMode>
XXX.X
XXX.X
|S|TEST
|S|FIXED |S|5% STEP|S|100%STP
|1|OFF
|2|FuelCmd|3|FuelCmd|4|FuelCmd
Indications on the second line include command and feedback signal for Fuel setpoint:
<TstMode>

<XXX.X>
< XXX.X >

FixedFuel
5% STEP
100% STEP
TEST OFF
GoTo STOP
0-100.0
0-100.0

Fixed Fuel Command test active


Small signal 5% step of the Fuel Command
Large signal 100% step of the Fuel Command
Fuel Command test off
Test Mode only allowed with STOP order present
Fixed Fuel Command level
Fixed Fuel Command feedback level

Warning for testmode 100% stroke: The positioning of the actuator by this testmode requires free movement from zero index to the ship's adjusted absolute index max on the actuator index scale. No warning is
given, but the limitation is automatically carried out.
Beware of mechanical stopper on fuelrack movement and maximum fuelrack movement, if this is less than
the ship's adjusted absolute index max from the Operating Panel.

4.6.8.1 EGS2200 Test Mode Status List


Pressing the [ STATUS ] key when the EGS Fixed Fuel Command test is selected:

EGS2200I
TEST MODE
FUEL TEST STATUS
FUEL COMMAND
FUEL CMD. FEEDBACK

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4.6.8.2 EGS2200 Test Mode Fixed Fuel level


Pressing the [ SETTINGS ] softkey will go to the Fixed Fuel Command adjustment for the actuator test,
when the TEST MODE is selected.
A list including only the Fixed Fuel Command adjustment for the actuator test will show up.

EGS2200I
TEST MODE
_FIXED FUEL CMD LEVEL

80.0 %

To make an adjustment, select the relevant variable by means of the [Enter] key.
Then key in the appropriate password for level 1, when asked for it, and the display will show the old value
on line 3, and the new value can be typed in on line 4, which is also showing the minimum and maximum
values for the adjustment.
The actually output Fuel Command is shown on line 2.
Note:The positioning of the actuator by this testmode is limited to the range from zero index to the ship's
adjusted absolute index max on the actuator index scale. No warning is given, but the limitation is
automatically carried out.

EGS2200I
TEST MODE
FUEL COMMAND
FIXED FUEL CMD LEVEL
New Value:+00088.8 [

75.5 %
80.0 %
0.0;
100.0]

To change the Fixed Fuel Cmd Level, type in the new value, and accept with the [ Enter ] key.
The Fixed Fuel Cmd Level adjustment is limited to the range from 0 to the actual index max level for the
installation, which is normally less than 100%.
When finished press [ESC] to leave the adjustment display.

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4.6.9 Charge Air Limiter adjustment


Selecting the CHARGE AIR ADJUST will go to the EGS Charge Air Pressure dependent limiter [ SETTINGS ] display, with the possibility to adjust the parameters comprising the Smoke Limiter of the
EGS2200. The adjustment is password protected at Level 2.

EGS2200J
CHARGE AIR ADJUST
SMOKE LIMIT Y0
40.0 %
SMOKE LIMIT X1
0.1 bar
SMOKE LIMIT Y1
45.0 %
SMOKE LIMIT X2
1.0 bar
SMOKE LIMIT Y2
65.0 %
SMOKE LIMIT X3
2.0 bar
SMOKE LIMIT Y3
75.0 %
SMOKE LIMIT X4
3.0 bar
_SMOKE LIMIT Y4
75.0 %
To make the adjustment, select e.g. the SMOKE LIMIT Y4 for 3.00 bar input (i.e. Output Y4) from the
list by means of the [ Arrow ] and [ Enter ] keys.
Then key in the appropriate password when asked for it and the display will show the old value on line 3,
and the new value can be typed in on line 4, which is also showing the minimum and maximum values for
the adjustment.
The actual Smoke limit output value is shown on line 2.

EGS2200J
CHARGE AIR ADJUST
ACTUAL CH. AIR LIMIT
75.0 %
SMOKE LIMIT Y4
77.0 %
New Value:
78.9
[
0.0;
100.0]
To change the adjustment, type in the new value and accept with the [ Enter ] key.

4.6.9.1 Charge Air adjust Status List


Pressing the [ STATUS ] key when the EGS2200 Smoke Limiter is selected will go to the Charge Air adj.
status list showing some more detailed information about the Smoke limiter, than are available on the Settings Display.

EGS2200J
CHARGE AIR ADJUST
ACTUAL CH. AIR LIMIT
75.0 %
FUEL COMMAND
71.7 %
CHARGE AIR PRESSURE
2.48 bar

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4.6.10 Rpm Torque Limiter adjustment


Selecting the RPM TORQUE ADJUST will go to the Torque limiter [ SETTINGS ] display, with the possibility to adjust the parameters comprising the Rpm dependant Torque Limiter of the EGS2200. The adjustment is password protected at Level 2.

EGS2200K
RPM TORQUE ADJUST
TORQUE LIMIT Y0
40.0 %
TORQUE LIMIT X1
20.0 rpm
TORQUE LIMIT Y1
45.0 %
TORQUE LIMIT X2
60.0 rpm
TORQUE LIMIT Y2
65.0 %
TORQUE LIMIT X3
80.0 rpm
TORQUE LIMIT Y3
75.0 %
TORQUE LIMIT X4
102.0 rpm
_TORQUE LIMIT Y4
75.0 %
To make the adjustment, select e.g. the TORQUE LIMIT Y4 for 102.0 RPM input (i.e. Output Y4) from
the list by means of the [ Arrow ] and [ Enter ] keys.
Then key in the appropriate password when asked for it and the display will show the old value on line 3,
and the new value can be typed in on line 4, which is also showing the minimum and maximum values for
the adjustment.
The actual Torque limit output value is shown on line 2.

EGS2200K
RPM TORQUE ADJUST
ACTUAL TORQUE LIMIT
75.0 %
TORQUE LIMIT Y4
77.0 %
New Value:
78.9
[
0.0;
100.0]
To change the adjustment, type in the new value and accept with the [ Enter ] key.

4.6.10.1 Rpm Torque adjust Status List


Pressing the [ STATUS ] key when the EGS2200 Rpm Torque Limiter is selected will go to the rpm torque
adj. status list showing some more detailed information about the rpm dep. torque limiter, than are available on the Settings Display.

EGS2200K
RPM TORQUE ADJUST
ACTUAL TORQUE LIMIT
75.0 %
FUEL COMMAND
71.7 %
ACTUAL RPM
100.8 rpm

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5. EGS2200-STD Panel Alarm and Maintenance Functions


The Operator Panel can operate in a basic overview mode or in one of the 7 main modes. This section
describes these modes in further detail, that is:
! Basic overview mode.
! Control Functions mode, please refer to chapter four, for description of Control functions
! Alarm list mode.
! Additional list mode.
! Display channel mode.
! Adjust channel mode.
! Maintenance mode.
! Dimmer Mode.

5.1 Basic Mode


The Basic Mode overview display shows the status for the EGS2200-STD, the actual rpm and the present
control station as well as the present rpm setpoint from the Bridge Manoeuvring System, the Manual RPM
Speedsetting in ECR and the resulting governor setpoint after slope unit etc.
Indications on the fourth line will show the alarm status with the number of present alarms when no unacknowledged alarms are present, the information of any alarm channels in manual suppression, or the oldest unacknowledged alarm if any of these are present.

ACTUAL RPM
80.1 CTRL MODE REMOTE
GOV. SETPOINT 80.0 STATUS
FUEL ON
REM. SETPOINT 80.0 MANUAL SETP
25.0
S*MODULE 01C1M101 (DEM401) ERROR ALM
11 Alarms
CH(s) SUPP.
<Oldest unacknowledged alarm >
The basic mode is meant as a "standby mode". By pressing [ESC ] a finite number of times (normally
once, in some menus twice), the basic mode is obtained.
In the basic mode, the Operator Panel displays in the fourth line:
The "*" indication if unacknowledged alarms are present in the EGS2200-STD.
The "S" indication if the alarm is simulated in the EGS2200-STD.
The number of alarms and unacknowledged normal alarms in the EGS2200-STD.
If manual suppressed channels are present in the EGS2200-STD (i.e. simulated or manual cut-out).

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5.2 Hard - and Softkey Overview


Basic
Alarm List
[Local PLC Alarm list]
Display Channel
S1: STEP ALL
S2: STEP ANALOG
S3: USER ID

Display Channel

{all sequence}
{analog sequence}
"USER ID:"

Adjust Channel

(requires password)

Additional Lists
S1: LOCAL PLC
S2: ENTIRE SYSTEM
S1: SUPPRESSED
S1: SIMULATED
S2: MANUAL CUTOUT
S3: AUTO CUTOUT
S2: FAIL
S1: SENSOR FAIL
S2: DEVICE FAIL
S3: ALARMS
S1: PRIO1 ALARMS
S2: PRIO1+2 ALARMS
S3: ALL ALARMS

Display Channel

Dimmer Adjust (off-sets)


S1: LCD Display
S2: View Angle
S3: LED Display
S4: Back Ground
Maintenance
S1: Display Time

S2: Version Control

S3: Set Time

L1, S4: More

S1: Lamp Test

S2: Select Utc/Lt

S3: Commis Mode

L2, S4: More

S1: Change PW Lew1

S2: Change PW lev2

S3: Change PW lev3

L3, S4: More

S1: Change PW Lev4

S2: System PW lev

S3: Lop-Ucs Control

L4, S4: More

S1: Watch Dog tst

S2: Store Setup

S3:

L5, S4: More

Figure 5.1: This overview show the entry hardkeys to the different main modes, and how the Soft keys S1..S4
are used to select the different functions when one of the main modes is active.

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5.3 Alarm List Mode


The Operator Panel enters the Local PLC alarm list mode for EGS2200-STD, when [ ALARM LIST ] is
pressed. Other lists in the system are accessed by pressing [ ADD. LIST ].
The ALARM LIST LED is illuminated, when the Operator Panel operates in the alarm list mode.
The alarm list includes all standing and unacknowledged alarms. The alarms are placed chronologically in
the alarm list.
When [ ALARM LIST ] is pressed, the EGS2200-STD LCD displays:

<no> Alarms Alarm LIST <alarm system> >?


S*<channel name
> <stat >
S*<channel name
> <stat >
S*<channel name
> <stat >
Activating the [ < ] key brings forward mode 2:

<no> Alarms Alarm LIST <alarm system> >?


S*<id>
<value>
< mes txt >
S*<id>
<value>
< mes txt >
S*<id>
<value>
< mes txt >
Activating the [ < ] key brings forward mode 3.
NOTE: Mode 3 displayed below is not shown in a stand alone EGS2200-STD system:

<no> Alarms
S*<id>
<
S*<id>
<
S*<id>
<

Alarm LIST <alarm system> >?


text
>
< stat >
text
>
< stat >
text
>
< stat >

Line 1 of the LCD is used to display the total number of alarms and the name of the selected list "Alarm
LIST". The next line(s) is used for display of standing- and unacknowledged alarm(s). The newest alarm is
at the bottom of the display, i.e. entry of the alarm list is always from the <END OF LIST>:
!

<no>

XX

!
!
!
!
!

<alarm system>
S
*
<channel name>
<stat>

LOCAL PLC

Alarm text
ALM
FAIL
NORM/CA
NORM
!! Gone
?

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Number of standing and


unacknowledged alarms
EGS2200-STD System PLC
Simulated channel
Unacknowledged alarm
Text describing the actual alarm
Alarm condition is present
Sensor failure
Cut-out of alarm is active
(Manual or automatic cut-out)
Alarm condition has normalised
Alarm acknowledged and normal
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!
!

<id>
<mes txt>

!
!

<text>
<value>

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Alarm ID
The channels user identification
Explaining text with examples below:
NORMAL
The alarm is non-standing
SENS FAIL
Sensor failure
ALARM
Alarm is present
COMM. OK
Communication is OK
Located in PLC: X
Alarm originates in PLC number X
Optional
Physical value of analog channel

If a channel, which is displayed, is acknowledged and returns to normal, it is not removed from the display.
It will first disappear when the operator steps in the list, or enters the list again.
By means of the [ > ] / [ ? ] keys, the operator can select the previous / next 3 alarm in the alarm list. This
means that [ > ] will display older alarms, and [ ? ] will show newer alarms.
When the operator reaches the start/end of the list, this is indicated by:
<START OF LIST >
<END OF LIST>

and

respectively.

If no alarms are present in the list, the No. of alarms is 0 and the line(s) used to display the alarm(s) is
blanked.
Example: When [ ALARM LIST ] is pressed, the EGS2200-STD LCD displays:

13 Alarms Alarm LIST LOCAL PLC


>?
*GAMMA 1: COMM. TO PCS PANEL 1 NORM
ME CONTROL POSITION FAIL
!! Gone
*ME TACHO 2 ERROR
ALM
"TACHO 2 ERROR" is the newest of the alarms, GAMMA 1: COMM. TO PCS PANEL 1 is non-standing
and CONTROL POSITION FAIL is non-standing and acknowledged.
Further information like User Id and signal whereabouts may be obtained by activating the
[ > ] and [ < ] keys. A total of three modes are available.

13 Alarms Alarm
*G1_LOP1
ME1_POS
*ME1_RPM2
13 Alarms Alarm
*G1_LOP1 Located
ME1_POS Located
*ME1_RPM2 Located

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LIST LOCAL PLC


>?
COMM. OK
!! Gone
ALM
LIST LOCAL PLC
>?
in PLC : 1
NORM
in PLC : 1
!! Gone
in PLC : 1
ALM

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5.4 Additional List Mode.


An EGS2200-STD Operator Panel enters the additional list mode when [ ADD. LIST ] is pressed. The
add. list LED is illuminated as long as the Operator Panel operates in this mode. During operation the following lists are supported:
List of simulated monitoring channels.
List of monitoring channels in manual cut-out
List of monitoring channels in automatic cut-out
List of monitoring channels in sensor fail.
List of monitoring channels in device fail.
List of monitoring channels in alarm or fail, priority 1
List of monitoring channels in alarm or fail, priority 1 + 2
List of monitoring channels in alarm or fail, total.
When [ ADD. LIST ] is pressed, the operator must first select LOCAL or GLOBAL LIST - if the EGS2200STD is fully integrated with the UMS2100 alarm system - and thereupon the actual list type is chosen.
Entry at the Alarm lists is at the <End of list>, i.e. the newest alarm, while Entry at other lists are at the
<Start of list>, i.e. the lowest channel number.

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5.4.1 Selecting the List Type.


When [ ADD. LIST ] is pressed, the EGS2200-STD LCD displays:

SELECT LOCAL OR GLOBAL LIST:


|S|LOCAL
|1|PLC

|S|ENTIRE
|2|SYSTEM

NOTE:
This LCD display is omitted, if the EGS2200-STD is not fully integrated with the
UMS2100 alarm system.
Please refer to the overview in figure 5.2 for the complete softkey hierarchy.
When the system is chosen the selection of list types are presented:

SELECT LIST TYPE


<no>
<no>
|S|SUP|S|FAIL
|1|PRESSED|2|

<no>
|S|ALARMS
|3|

Above each softkey indication, the number of entries <no> are displayed for the Local PLC.
The following LCD displays are an example of how to get to the wanted list in this case the Manual Cutout-list:
When the suppressed list type [ S1 ] is chosen the actual sub-list is pointed out:

SELECT SUPPRESSED LIST TYPE


<no>
<no>
<no>
|S|SIMU- |S|MANUAL |S|AUTO|1|LATED |2|CUTOUT |3|CUTOUT
Finally the chosen Manual Cut-out-list [ S2 ] can be viewed:

3 Manual Cut-outs
LOCAL PLC
>?
MODULE DMS1C002 (SIO) ERROR
NORM/CA
ME CONTROL POSITION FAIL
NORM/CA
ME TACHO 1 ERROR
NORM/CA

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5.4.2 At the List Level


When alarm system and list type has been specified, the Operator Panel displays the list entries using the
following layout:

<no>
<list type>
S*<channel name
S*<channel name
S*<channel name

<alarm system> >?


> <stat >
> <stat >
> <stat >

The first line contains the list count, the list type and the alarm system:
!
<no>
XX
Number of items in chosen list
!
<list type>
Simulated Channels
Simulated channels list
Manual Cut-outs
Manual cut-out list
Automatic Cut-outs
Automatic cut-out list
Sensor Fails
Sensor fails list
Device Fails
Device fails list
Alarm Prio 1
Alarms priority 1 list
Alarms Prio 1+2
Alarms priority 1 and 2 list
Alarms Prio 1+2+3
Total alarm list
!
<alarm system>
LOCAL PLC
EGS2200-STD System PLC
DMS ALM SYS
UMS2100 Alarm System
!
S
Simulated channel
!
*
Unacknowledged alarm
!
<channel name> Item text
Text describing the actual item
!
<stat>
ALM
Alarm condition is present
FAIL
Sensor failure
NORM/CA
Cutout of alarm is active
(Manual or automatic cut-out)
NORM
Alarm condition has normalised
!! Gone
Alarm acknowledged and normal
?
Device failure

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5.5 Display Channel Mode


The Operator Panel enters the display channel mode, when [ DISPLAY CHANNEL ] is pressed. As long
as this mode is on, the display channel LED is illuminated. In this mode it is possible to display and change
the channel specification for all monitoring channels in the EGS2200-STD.
Selection of the channel to display can be done in the following ways:
By entering the monitoring channel ID (user ID)
By browsing in a list of all monitoring channels.
By browsing in a list of all analog monitoring channels
If the display displays monitoring channels when [ DISP CHANNEL ] is pressed, the operator can select between the displayed channels (e.g. in alarm list mode, the operator can select between the displayed alarms).
Please refer to the overview in figure 5.2 for the complete softkey hierarchy including where to activate
Display Channel.
When a channel is entered pressing [ > ] or [ < ] causes the <next>/<previous> channel to be displayed.
By next/previous is meant:
If the channel is selected by entering user ID, the next/previous channel - sorted after user ID - is selected.
If the channel is selected by browsing between all channels, the next previous channel - sorted after
user ID - is selected.
If the channel is selected by browsing between analog channels, the next previous analog channel sorted after user ID - is selected
If the channel is selected from a list, the next/previous channel - sorted after user ID - is selected.

5.5.1 The Text Entry Screen


If [ DISPLAY CHANNEL ] is pressed while the Operator Panel does not display any alarm, the following
layout is displayed:

USER ID: <ID>


|S| STEP
|1| ALL

|S| STEP |S| USER


|2| ANALOG|3| ID

The user ID is initialised to the last displayed ID. First time after a restart of the EGS2200-STD, ID is initialised to the lowest ID.
By pressing [ ESC ] the Operator Panel returns to basic mode. By pressing [ ENT ] the current channel
number is selected and the Operator Panel enters the "channel status screen".
By pressing the softkeys [ S1 ]/[ S2 ] it is possible to browse through channels of the EGS2200-STD. The
[ S1 ] key allows stepping through all existing channels while [ S2 ] allows stepping through all existing
analog channels. Once the [ S1 ]/[ S2 ] keys are pressed, the Operator Panel enters the "stepping/status
screen".

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5.5.2 The Stepping/status Screen


When the [ S1 ]/[ S2 ] softkeys are pressed in the "text entry screen", the Operator Panel allows selecting
of channel addresses by browsing. This is illustrated below:

<ID> <channel name


>
PRESS [LEFT] FOR PREV., [RIGHT] FOR NEXT

By use of the two cursor keys [ < ] and [ > ] it is possible to select the previous/next channel on the
EGS2200-STD. By each key-press, the Operator Panel displays the new channel ID and channel name.
The stepping procedure is meant as a fast way of selecting related channels while the "text entry screen"
provides the initial channel address.
The type of stepping (i.e. all channels, or all analog channels) is determined by which softkey that caused
the "stepping/status screen" to pop up.
By pressing [ ESC ] the Operator Panel returns to the "text entry screen", by pressing [ ENT ] the Operator
Panel enters the "channel status screen" displaying information about the presently selected monitoring
channel.

5.5.3 Channel Status Screen.


The "channel status screen" is used for displaying information about a valid selected monitoring channel:

ME START AIR PRESSURE LOW


?
ME1CFG01
-5.05 bar
DEV. FAIL
UTC TIME
:
00-08-22 08:13:26
L1: LOW PRES LOW LIMIT
10.00 PRIO 1
At this level of the display channel mode there are additional lines of information.
By the use of [ > ] and [ ? ] the operator can select new lines of status information.
Hence, the vertical cursor keys [ > ] and [ ? ] select new lines of information while the horizontal cursor
keys [ < ] and [ > ] select new channels. By pressing [ ESC ] the "text entry screen" is displayed, that is, [
ESC ] must be pressed twice to reach the basic mode.

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5.5.4 The Entry Selection Screen.


When the Operator Panel operates in basic mode, for instance, the LCD displays information about the
eldest unacknowledged alarm. When there is at least one unacknowledged alarm in the alarm list, when [
DISPLAY CHANNEL ] is pressed, the Operator Panel switches directly to the "channel status screen"
showing information about the actual monitoring alarm.
If [ DISPLAY CHANNEL ] is pressed while the Operator Panel displays more than one alarm, the LCD
displays the "entry selection screen" prompting the operator to choose between the displayed alarm entries.

SELECT CHANNEL TO DISPLAY


S*<channel name
*<channel name
*<channel name

>
>
>

<stat >
<stat >
<stat >

The information of each line depends on whether alarm list mode 1, 2 or 3 was selected prior to pressing [
DISPLAY CHANNEL ]. Mode 3 is not available in a stand alone EGS2200-STD system.
The dynamic values are not updated in the entry selection screen mode.
The cursor is placed at the first alarm. The cursor can be moved by use of [ > ] and [ ? ]. The operator can
select between the displayed alarms only, that is, it is e.g. not possible to scroll an entire alarm list after the
[ DISPLAY CHANNEL ] has been selected.
If [ ENT ] is pressed, the channel that is pointed out by the cursor is selected, and, the Operator Panel enters the "channel status screen". By pressing [ ESC ] the Operator Panel returns to basic mode.
The following modes support the "entry selection screen"
(active prior to pressing [ DISPLAY CHANNEL ]):
Basic mode.
List mode.
Suppressed list mode (cut-outs or simulated channels).

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5.6 Adjust Channel Mode.


Adjust is a sub mode to the display channel mode. Adjustments can be carried out from anyone of the
EGS2200-STD Operator Panels. [ ADJUST CHANNEL ] is only active when the Operator Panel displays
the "channel status screen" of the display channel mode, i.e. when a channel parameter, which can be adjusted, is displayed.
If [ ADJUST CHANNEL ] is a valid keystroke, and the Operator Panel is not in a privileged access level,
the Operator Panel prompts the operator for a level 1 password. The adjust channel and display channel
LEDs start to flash when the password is entered successfully. The display channel LED continues to
flash as long as the Operator Panel is operating at the channel status screen and the timeout of app. 2
minutes has not expired. After timeout or leaving intentionally the channel status screen the password for
[ ADJUST CHANNEL ] must be re-entered unless still in privileged access level.
With the legal password entered, or if the system is already in an access-privileged mode, the Operator
Panel prompts the operator for a new value, when a parameter is selected by pressing [ ENT ]. When the
adjustments of new values have been finished [ ESC ] is pressed and the Operator Panel returns to the
"channel status screen" of display channel mode, i.e. the Operator Panel has left the adjust mode, but the
display channel LED continues to flash.
The adjust mode can be used when:
A manual cut-out is made on a channel.
An Input channel is applied a simulated value.
An analog channel changes its limits.
A channel changes its delay-times, i.e. the time a signal must have passed the high/low limit (analog)
or opposite value (binary) before the EGS2200-STD system regard it as a change of state.
Other fields, which are displayed in the channel status screen, are not to be adjusted; e.g. the crew on
board the ship cannot change the alarm priority.

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Example:

ME START AIR PRESSURE LOW


ME1CFG01
-5.05 bar
UTC TIME
:
00-08-22
L1: LOW PRES LOW LIMIT
ME START AIR PRESSURE LOW
L1: DELAY (SEC) ON:
8
CUT-OUT:
SIMULATION: OFF
ME START AIR PRESSURE LOW
TYPE
: ANALOG
ALARM GROUPS : - - - ALARM SYSTEM : DMS ALM SYS
ME START AIR PRESSURE LOW
IN DATALOG
: YES
MAIN INPUT
: SENSOR INPUT
END OF DISPLAY CHANNEL
Example:

?
DEV. FAIL
08:13:26
10.00 PRIO 1
?
OFF:
8
MAN: OFF
?

?
01/00/01/03

The analog value for a channel is displayed together with the high and the low alarm limit.

By use of [ < ], [ > ], [ > ] and [ ? ] the operator may scroll through the different parameters in the channel
set-up. The available parameters are listed below:
No:

Presentation lay-out at the LCD display:

Explanation:

L1: LOW PRES

2
3
4

L1: DELAY (SEC) ON:


L1: DELAY (SEC) OFF:
CUT-OUT:
MAN:

<value>
<value>
<value>

SIMULATION:

<value>

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LOW LIMIT

<value>

Alarm low limit 1 for


Starting Air Pressure
Alarm delay time for turning ON
Alarm delay time for turning OFF
Manual cut-out can be
selected ON or OFF
Simulation of starting air press.
selected ON or OFF

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5.6.1 Entering of Numerical Data and Texts


Numerical data and text are entered via the alpha/numerical keys.
If the operator has to enter a numerical value, only the numerical part of the alpha/numerical keys are active. The entry procedure is as for a normal pocket calculator.
If the operator has to change a text, both the numbers and characters can be entered. The entry follows
the standard principles used for mobile telephones.
If a key is pressed, the first stated character on the key is displayed. If the key is pressed again, the second stated character on the key is displayed. If another key is pressed, the entry is accepted and the cursor moves one position to the right. If the operator has to enter the same character twice in a row following
each other, he must press [6] to accept the first entry and to proceed to the next.
Example - Text Entry:
The operator has to enter G11X.

Operator Enters
[3 GHI]

Display Shows
3

[3 GHI]

[1 ABC]

G1

[6]

G1

[1 ABC]

G11

[8 VWX]

G118

[8 VWX]

G11V

[8 VWX]

G11W

[8 VWX]

G11X

The [0 #] is used to enter space, special characters and national characters (e.g. _,,). I.e. the number
of characters and which characters that is hidden below the [0 #] key depends of the national language
that is selected.
The [7] and [6] is used to step backward/forward in the entered text, without clearing the already entered
characters.

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5.7 Maintenance Mode.


Maintenance offers a wide range of different functions. Most of them are related to the restricted access
levels one to four, where four is the highest priority level of the EGS2200-STD. Only Lyngs Marine Service Engineers have access to the items protected by access level four as indicated in the overview list below.
When [ MAINTENANCE ] is pressed, the Operator Panel displays the first of several maintenance functions:

SELECT MAINTENANCE FUNCTION


|S|DISPLAY|S|VERSION|S| SET
|1| TIME |2|CONTROL|3| TIME

|S| MORE
|4|

The operator can now browse through the headings of the maintenance functions by using the softkey S4.
To select the displayed maintenance function, the actual softkey S1 to S3 is pressed. Pressing [ ESC ]
makes the Operator Panel return to basic mode.
The Maintenance LED flashes while the system is in either commissioning mode or LM password level
four.
Dependent on the Operator Panel location and functionality, a restricted set of the following maintenance
functions are available, i.e. the Bridge Operator Panel of the EGS2200-STD only includes display/set of
time, version control and lamp test:

SELECT MAINTENANCE FUNCTION:


|S|DISPLAY|S|VERSION|S| SET
|S|
|1| TIME |2|CONTROL|3| TIME |4|
|S|LAMP
|S|SELECT |S|COMMISS|S|
|1|TEST
|2|UTC/LT |3|MODE
|4|
|S|CHANGE |S|CHANGE |S|CHANGE |S|
|1|PW LEV1|2|PW LEV2|3|PW LEV3|4|
|S|CHANGE |S|SYSTEM |S|WATCH |S|
|1|PW LEV4|2|PW LEV |3|DOG TST|4|
|S|STORE |S|
|S|
|S|
|1|SETUP |2|
|3|
|4|

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Display time and date.


View load sequential date and number.
Set time and date (privileged access level 1).
Lamp Test.
Select between UTC and Local Time (privileged. access level 1).
Enter/Leave commissioning mode (privileged. access level 4).
Change password - level 1 (privileged. access level 2).
Change password - level 2 (privileged access level 3).
Change password - level 3 (privileged access level 3).
Change password - level 4 (privileged access level 4).
Enter/Leave system password level (privileged access level 4).
Disable LOP control of UCS - Global disable (privileged access level 3). Optional.
Watch dog activation (privileged access level 4).
Store Setup (privileged access level 4).
The functions/sub-screens are described more in the following.

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5.7.1 Display Time and Date


This facility is used for displaying the actual time and date. Next to these values, the actual formats are
specified; hence, the operator will know whether the date is May 10th, or Oct 5th.

DISPLAY TIME & DATE


HH:MM:SS
LOCAL TIME
: 08:40:05
UTC TIME
: 08:40:05

YY:MM:DD
00.08.18
00.08.18

By pressing [ ESC ] the Operator Panel returns to the maintenance screen.

5.7.2 View Load Sequential Date and Number


Is used for viewing the Gamma CPU and CT2100 Customising Tool release number and sequential
date/number of the EGS2200-STD installed:

VIEW PROGRAM VERSION


VERSION/TYPE NO.
:
DATABASE DATE/SEQ. :
SHIP NAME
:

/ DATABASE VERSION
6.71 / 970.416.731
20070315/207
Name of the Ship

By pressing [ ESC ] the Operator Panel returns to the maintain screen.

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5.7.3 Set Time and Date (privileged access level 1)


If set time and date is selected, the operator first has to enter a password and then select local or UTC
time:

ENTER PASSWORD

- LEVEL

1:

SET TIME & DATE


|S| SET
|1| UTC

|S| SET
|2| LT

When UTC or local time is selected, the operator has to select between:
Set the time.
Set the date.
Increase/Decrease the time with xx minutes. This can be used when passing on to a new time zone.
Only relevant for local time.
When UTC Time is selected the following display appears:

SET UTC TIME & DATE


|S| SET
|1| TIME

|S|SET
|2|DATE

Set Time (only valid for Set UTC Menu):


When [ S1 ]/SET TIME is pressed a new UTC time can be entered:

SET UTC TIME


ENTER NEW TIME :
CURRENT TIME
:

11:15:35
11:16:55

(HH:MM:SS)

The entry of a new UTC time follows the guidelines of entering numbers, see section 5.6.1. Once the selection is finished, the operator enters [ ENT ] and the Operator Panel updates the date, and returns to the
Set UTC time & date-screen. By pressing [ ESC ] the Operator Panel skips the date correction and returns to the Set UTC time & date-screen.

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Set date (only valid for Set UTC Menu):


When [ S2 ]/SET DATE is pressed a new date can be entered:

SET UTC DATE


ENTER NEW DATE :
CURRENT DATE
:

00.08.18
00.08.18

(YY:MM:DD)

The entry of a new date follows the guidelines of entering numbers, see section 5.6.1. Once the selection
is finished, the operator press the [ ENT ] key and the Operator Panel updates the date, and returns to the
Set UTC time & date-screen. By pressing [ ESC ] the Operator Panel skips the date correction and returns to the Set UTC time & date-screen.
When Local Time is selected the following display appears:

SET LOCAL TIME


|S| SET
|1| TIME

|S|ZONE
|S| TIME
|2|ADJUST |3| +60

|S| TIME
|4| -60

Set Time (Local Time setup):


When [ S1 ]/SET TIME is pressed a new offset value can be entered relating local time to UTC time:

SET LOCAL TIME


UTC TIME
:
NEW OFFSET
:
CURRENT OFFSET :

09:51:40
10:00
10:00

(+-HH:MM)

The entry of a new time follows the guidelines of entering numbers, see section 5.6.1. Once the selection
is finished, the operator press the [ ENT ] key and the Operator Panel updates the time, and, returns to the
Set Local Time-screen. By pressing [ ESC ] the Operator Panel skips the time update and returns to the
Set Local Time-screen.
Zone Adjust:
When [ S2 ]/ZONE ADJUST is pressed a new adjust value can be entered:
ENTER NEW TIME ZONE ADJUST VALUE:
ENTER NEW VALUE:
CURRENT VALUE :

60
60 MINUTES

The entry of a new time follows the guidelines of entering numbers, see section 5.6.1. Once the selection
is finished, the operator presses the [ ENT ] key and the Operator Panel updates the +/- time, and, returns
to the Set Local Time-screen. By pressing [ ESC ] the Operator Panel skips the +/- time update and returns to the Set Local Time-screen.

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Change Time Relatively:


If [ S3 ]/TIME+<Zone Adjust> or [ S4 ]/TIME-<Zone Adjust> is selected, the following display appears respectively xx is the current value of <Zone Adjust> described above:

CHANGE LOCAL TIME


INCREASE THE PRESENT TIME xx MIN.
|S|
|S|
|1| QUIT |2| ACCEPT
CHANGE LOCAL TIME
DECREASE THE PRESENT TIME xx MIN.
|S|
|S|
|1| QUIT |2| ACCEPT
The value of xx or <Zone Adjust> is the number of minutes that the present time will be increased/decreased when pressing [ S2 ]. The value is displayed in the standard format. The value is normally set to 20, but it can be customised to any value between 1 and 60.

5.7.4 Lamp Test


Activation of the Lamp Test softkey results in sounding buzzer, flashing indication field FAULT and all
LEDs of the Operator Panel turned ON until [ ESC ] is pressed.
The following picture appears during Lamp Test:

*** LAMP TEST -- PRESS [ESC] TO STOP ***

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5.7.5 Select UTC or Local Time (privileged access level 1)


If select UTC or Local Time is chosen, the operator first has to enter a password and then select local or
UTC time:

ENTER PASSWORD

- LEVEL

1:

SELECT UTC OR LT TIME


|S|
|1| QUIT

|S|SELECT
|2| LT

5.7.6 Enter Commissioning Mode (privileged access level 4)


Commissioning mode means that activation of [ ALARM ACKN ] - when in Basic or Alarm List mode - will
acknowledge all alarms, even though they are not displayed on the LCD.
To enter commissioning mode the operator must enter a password successfully. Hereafter the following
display appears:

ENTER COMMISSIONING MODE:


|S|
|1|

OFF

ON

The maintenance LED flashes as long as the system is in commissioning mode (or in System password
level). Once the commissioning mode is entered, it is maintained until it is deselected from this menu or
the Gamma Micro CPU is reset.

5.7.7 Change Password - Level N (privileged access level N/N+1)


If one of the password changing functions are selected, the following display is presented:

ENTER PASSWORD

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When a correct existing password is entered for level N or any higher level, the operator is prompted for a
new password as well as confirmation of the new password for level N:

CHANGE PASSWORD
ENTER NEW PASSWORD
CONFIRM PASSWORD

- LEVEL
- LEVEL

N:
N:

A valid password may consist of any number of characters from two to six.
Each character must be a digit from zero to nine. Any character is echoed as * at the LCD display of the
EGS2200-STD Operator Panel.
A password entry is finished by pressing [ ENT ].

5.7.8 Enter System Password Level (privileged access level 4)


If the system password level is selected, the following display is presented:

ENTER PASSWORD

- LEVEL

4:

Enter system password level (level 4) means that all Operator Panels enter the highest password level.
The password level is maintained until it is deselected again. This means that a service engineer can set
the system in the system level and then perform all functions without entry of password. To enter the system password level the operator must enter a password successfully, thereafter, the following display appears:

ENTER SYSTEM PASSWORD LEVEL


|S|
|1|

OFF

ON

The maintenance LED flashes as long as the system is in system password level. Once the level is entered, it is maintained until it is deselected from this menu or the Gamma Micro CPU is reset.

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5.7.9 Watch Dog Activation (privileged access level 4)


Entering watchdog activation the operator is prompted for the highest priority level. When this is entered
the following display appears for 15 seconds. Thereafter the EGS2200-STD system is restarted with the
same functionality as if the reset button had been pressed at the Gamma Micro CPU:

ENTER PASSWORD

- LEVEL

4:

ETERNAL LOOP ENTERED!

The watch dog activation resets the EGS2200-STD system, however, the database remain intact, i.e. definition of channels, names of persons, passwords, etc.

5.7.10 Store Setup (privileged access level 4)


When entering S2: Store Setup activation the buzzer sounds for one second and the operator is
prompted for the highest priority level. When this is entered the present setup of the EGS2200-STD is
stored, the Operator Panel returns automatically to the Maintenance Menu and the buzzer sounds for one
second:

ENTER PASSWORD

- LEVEL

4:

SELECT MAINTENANCE FUNCTION


|S|WATCH |S| STORE |S|
|1|DOG TST|2| SETUP |3|

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5.8 Dimmer Mode


In dimmer mode, the operator is able to control:
The LCD displays background light
View angle adjustment of the LCD display
The LED illumination.
The folio background light of the keys.
When [ DIMMER ] is pressed, the LCD display prompts the operator to select what he wants to dim:

SELECT DIMMER FUNCTION:


|S|LCD
|S|VIEW
|1|DISPLAY|2|ANGLE

|S|LED
|S|BACK|3|DISPLAY|4|GROUND

When the function is selected, the intensity is adjusted by use of the [ > ] and [ ? ] keys. The intensity is
updated immediately, and the LCD display indicates the present selection as shown below:

ADJUST THE LCD INTENSITY

>?

SETTING: ****..
ADJUST BY USE OF: >?

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6. EGS2200-STD Alarm Indication and Trouble Shooting


New alarms in the EGS are activating the internal buzzer in the Operator Panel, and shown in clear text on the Basic Mode Overview Picture when they come up, i.e. the oldest unacknowledged alarm is shown on line four. When the alarm has been acknowledged by first pressing [ STOP HORN ] and then [ Alarm Ackn. ], it will disappear from line four (it
can now be found in the Alarm List selected by means of the [ Alarm List ] key), and the next unacknowledged alarm will show up on line four.

In the event of indicated EGS Alarm due to faulty Servostar power drive for position loop control of the actuator position, then the error code Fxx or warning nxx
is indicated at the LCD display at the front of the Servostar power drive unit inside the EGS2200-STD cabinet.
Please refer to the manual for the power drive in order to get the exact cause of the Fxx / nxx malfunction the manual is placed at the door to the EGS Cabinet.
A Customising Tool database printout containing all included alarms in this actual EGS2200-STD configuration is appended at the end of this chapter. The following table contains a
description and a trouble shooting description for all possible alarms in the EGS2200-STD, but please note that only the alarms in the appended print-out is included in this system.
The alarms are sorted alphabetically according to column EGS2200-STD ALARM TEXT:

6.1 EGS2200 Engine Governor System Alarms


Actuator

EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

Trouble Shooting

EGS_IO02

Cable error regarding the position feedback from the


Servostar power drive for the actuator position loop
control.
Hold on old signal value.

Check the cabling from the Servostar termi- NO


nals X3:9 and 10 to the Knick isolation amplifier terminals 3 and 4 respectively.
Check the cabling from Knick isol. Ampl.
Terminals 5 and 6 to the AEM402, Ch. 3
terminals X1:5 and 6 respectively.
Check the voltage levels all the way:
0 to 10 V,dc level all the way corresponding
to 0 to 50 degree actuator lever travelling
distance.
Check jumpers for AEM402, Ch. 3.

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EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

Trouble Shooting

Actuator

EGSALM22

EGS2200 ACTUATOR BLOCKED

Alarm for engaged brake of the actuator.


Fuel pump index is fixed.
This indication is normal for Local Control.

Check the entire "Causes Act. Block" column at the right side of this table for the
actual cause of the actuator blocking.
If this is the only alarm present, then the
cause is Local Control selected.

YES

EGSALM19

EGS2200 BC CONTROL OFFLINE

Alarm for no contact to the Bridge Control System.


Check if the Bridge Control System is inten- NO
Hold on old RPM Setpoint value, if BC control is ON. tionally offline.

EGSALM71

EGS2200 BINARY CONNO ERROR

This alarm covers situations, where the settings of


the CONNO values for the EGS2200-STD have obtained illegal values.
In this case the "Binary" CONNO values.

NO
Check the CONNO setup for the "Binary"
CONNOS defining options selected etc.:
Only the values zero or one are allowed.
This alarm is only indicated, when the CPU
has been Reset, and the EGS2200-STD
has already corrected the error.
The last CONNO number, which has been
corrected, is shown in PT 1356.
STORE SETUP and thereupon Reset CPU
is necessary for removing this alarm.

EGSALM46

EGS2200 BLOCK DURING TEST

Alarm for engaged brake of the actuator.


Fuel pump index is fixed.
This alarm is activated during test of the VIT or Cylinder Cut-out Systems while the engine is in STOP
condition.

Intentional alarm for warning of actuator


BLOCKED while the VIT or Cylinder Cutout System is being tested.

YES

EGSALM50

EGS2200 CALL LM: DATA LOST!

Alarm for erased FLASH PROM.


This alarm remains until qualified Service Engineer
have taken proper action.
Setting CONNO 202 = 0 resets the alarm.

Call Lyngs Marine A/S for Service Engineer bringing a new customized Gamma
Micro CPU Unit.

YES

EGSALM44

EGS2200 CCO SETUP ERROR

This alarm covers situations, where the settings of


the CONNO values for the EGS2200-STD have obtained illegal values.
In this case the Cylinder Cut-out System.

Check the CONNO setup for the Cylinder


Cut-out System for consistency in parameters adjusted.

NO

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Actuator

EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

Trouble Shooting

EGSALM20

EGS2200 CHANGE OVER ALARM

Inconsistency in the determination of the present


control position,
i.e. Remote, Manual ECR or Local Control Station.
Old control place is maintained.

Check cabling to the pressure switches P7, NO


P9 and P2 for ECR-, BC- and Local-select
respectively.
Check presence of control air for the pressure switches.
Check cabling and jumpers for binary input
module DEM401, Channels 2, 3 and 4:
Signals at terminals X1:2, 3 and 4.

EGSALM00

EGS2200 COMM. ERROR TO DMS

Cable error of the RPM setpoint signal supplied from Check the RS-485 connection to the DMS.
the Bridge Control System, i.e. timeout for renewed
transmission of Rpm Setpoint from the DMS system.
Hold on old setpoint.

NO

EGSALM60

EGS2200 CPP MANUAL CONTROL

This alarm indicates, that a manual information of


erroneous pitch signal or/and CPP Control OFF-line
has been entered from the Operator Panel.

Check the CPP Control system and the


pitch signal to the EGS2200-STD:
Check the cabling and jumpers for Analog
Input AEM402, Ch. 4.
Check voltage level at AEM402, Ch. 4.

NO

EGSALM40

EGS2200 CPU ERROR

Alarm for error in the 80186 CPU of the Gamma Micro CPU.

Reset the Gamma Micro CPU.


If the alarm reappears exchange the CPUmodule.

YES

EGSALM56

EGS2200 CRITICAL RPM ALARM

This alarm indicates, that the shaft rpm has been


inside the Critical Speed Range for too long time.

Check the speedsetting command and the


shaft rpm.

NO

EGS_IO21
PT 1119

EGS2200 DEM401 FUSE

24Vdc supply on DEM401 module 01C1M101 miss- Check the fuse on DEM401 module
ing.
01C1M101
All binary inputs supplied via the fuse are frozen at
their latest status value, i.e. 200msec old until the
fuse is replaced.

NO

EGSALM80

EGS2200 DMS TIMEOUT ERROR

This alarm tells, that the communication from the


DMS2100i System has stopped.

NO

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EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

Trouble Shooting

Actuator

EGSALM38

EGS2200 EPROM ERROR

Alarm for error in the checksum for the EPROMs at


the Gamma Micro CPU.
(CONNO 349 = 12)

Reset the Gamma Micro CPU.


If the alarm reappears exchange the CPUmodule.

YES

EGSALM37

EGS2200 FLASH PROM ERROR

Alarm for error in the FLASH PROM memory at the


Gamma Micro CPU. (CONNO 349 = 11)

YES

EGSALM24

EGS2200 FUEL POSITION ERROR

Alarm for actuator position unable to reach the index Check the actuator/fuelrack movement for
mechanical obstructions, i.e. for instance
setpoint within a given time.
wrong adjustment of the mechanical stop
screws.
Please also refer to alarm no. 23 and 73.

NO

EGSALM42

EGS2200 GAMMABUS TIMER ERROR Alarm for real-time clock error at the Gamma Micro
CPU. (CONNO 349 = 9).

Reset the Gamma Micro CPU.


If the alarm reappears exchange the CPUmodule.

YES

EGSALM72

EGS2200 INDEX LPG SETUP ERROR

This alarm covers situations, where the settings of


the CONNO values for the EGS2200-STD have obtained illegal values.
In this case the Index Load Program Option.

Check the CONNO setup for the Index


Load Program Option for consistency in
parameters adjusted.
An example is, that the low limit is larger
than the high limit.

NO

EGSALM66

EGS2200 INT. CIRC VOLT ERROR

Error to the Intermediate voltage supply for the Servostar power drive appears after app. 3sec/2min for
servo loop enabled/disabled.

Please refer to the Servostar manual for


troubleshooting and exact explanation of
the actually detected fault.

YES

EGSALM48

EGS2200 LOAD LIM. SETUP ERROR

This alarm covers situations, where the settings of


the CONNO values for the EGS2200-STD have obtained illegal values.
In this case the Index limitation or prewarning curves.

Check the scav.air and engine torque limi- NO


tation curves for consistency in parameters
adjusted from the Operating Panel, i.e. xvalues for scav.air pressure and RPM must
be strictly in increasing order of magnitude,
i.e. equality of values are not valid.

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EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

Trouble Shooting

Actuator

EGSALM36

EGS2200 LOAD LIMITS CANCELLED

This alarm tells, that the Load Limiters in the


EGS2200-STD have been cancelled either from the
DMS or from the EGS Operating Panel.
(Alarm included, when CONNO 21 = 1).

Intentional cancellation of limiters to increase engine load beyond the normal operating range.

NO

EGSALM69

EGS2200 LOADPR. SETUP ERR.

This alarm covers situations, where the settings of


the CONNO values for the EGS2200-STD have obtained illegal values.
In this case the Rpm Load Program Option.

Check the CONNO setup for the Rpm Load NO


Program Option for parameter consistency.
An example is, that the low limit is larger
than the high limit.

EGSALM58

EGS2200 LOCKED CONTROL SELECTED

This alarm indicates, that a manual selection of the


present Control Place is in effect. Optional.

Check the pressure- / electrical switches for NO/


YES
selection of
Remote / Manual ECR / Local Control
and the wirings to the DEM401 Module.

EGSALM57

EGS2200 LOCKED PICK-UP SELECTED

This alarm indicates, that a manual selection of a


pick-up is present.

Check that a pick-up error is present, which NO


is the only reasonable cause for this manually selected situation.

EGSALM51

EGS2200 LOD SETUP ERROR

This alarm covers situations, where the settings of


the CONNO values for the EGS2200-STD have obtained illegal values.
In this case the Lubrication Oil Dosing System.

Check the CONNO setup for the Lubrication Oil Dosing System for consistency in
parameters adjusted.

EGSALM68

EGS2200 MODE SETUP ERROR

This alarm covers situations, where the settings of


the CONNO values for the EGS2200-STD have obtained illegal values.
In this case the Mode Selector.

Check the CONNO setup for the Mode Se- NO


lector for consistency in parameters adjusted, e.g.
Hysteresis is less than 0.1% of rpm,mcr.
Auto-lim is less than 20% of rpm,mcr.

EGSALM55

EGS2200 OFFLINE

This alarm indicates, that the actuator is BLOCKED


due to a malfunction, i.e. NOT due to Local control
selected.

Check the causes for Actuator Blocked.


Testmode for Fuel Index output signal also
causes this alarm.
Startblocking in the DMS2100i results.

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Actuator

EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

Trouble Shooting

EGSALM77

EGS2200 OPS MANUAL CANCEL

The Overload Protection System option has been


manually cancelled from the Operating Panel, and
thus the ship continues with the standard engine
protection by means of the fuel index limiters as
functions of Charge Air pressure and rpm.

Check the setup of the Overload Protection NO


System from the Operating Panel as a
manual selection is the only cause for this
alarm condition.

EGSALM76

EGS2200 OPS SETUP ERROR

This alarm covers situations, where the settings of


the CONNO values for the EGS have obtained illegal
values.
In this case the Overload Protection System Option
for FPP installations.

Check the CONNO setup for the Overload NO


Protection System Option for consistency in
parameters adjusted.
The last CONNO number with an illegal
value is shown in PT 1913, and the total
number of illegal CONNOs is shown in PT
1914, e.g. the limiters x-values for scav.air
pressure and RPM must be strictly in increasing order of magnitude, i.e. equality of
values are illegal.
Note: This alarm may be cut-out by
CONNO 594 in the event, that the given
parameter ranges appear to be insufficient
during the seatrial with the Overload Protection System.

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Actuator

EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

Trouble Shooting

EGSALM25

EGS2200 PICKUP 1 CABLE ERROR

Cable error from pick-up 1.


Pick-up 2 will be chosen, when AUTO-select present
and pick-up 2 is O.K.
Actuator BLOCKED, when:
a) Also PICKUP 2 error or
PICKUP 2 cable error.
b) PICKUP 1 forcibly selected.

NO/
Check the red LED at TAM401: J3
YES
Tacho channel 1 (Pick-up 1).
Check the jumper setup at the TAM401.
Check red LED at pick-up no. 1 housing.
Check cabling from pick-up to TAM401
PICKUP channel 1 and further on to
DEM401, Ch. 9: Signal at X3:1.
Check the distance from the pick-up to the
teeth of the flywheel.
Check that the pick-up is correctly mounted
and clean.
Check FUSE F1 at TAM401.

EGSALM16

EGS2200 PICKUP 1 ERROR

Tacho error from pick-up 1.


Pick-up 2 will be chosen, when AUTO-select present
and pick-up 2 is O.K.
ACTUATOR BLOCKED, when:
a) Also PICKUP 2 error.
b) PICKUP 1 forcibly selected.

NO/
Check the green LED at TAM401: J3
YES
Tacho channel 1 (Pick-up 1).
Check the jumper setup at the TAM401.
Check red LED at pick-up no. 1 housing.
Check cabling from pick-up to TAM401
Tacho channel 1.
Check the distance from the pick-up to the
teeth of the flywheel.
Check that the pick-up is correctly mounted
and clean.
Check FUSE F1 at TAM401.

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Actuator

EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

Trouble Shooting

EGSALM26

EGS2200 PICKUP 2 CABLE ERROR

Cable error from pick-up 2.


Pick-up 1 will be chosen, when AUTO-select present
and pick-up 1 is O.K.
Actuator BLOCKED, when:
a) Also PICKUP 1 error or
PICKUP 1 cable error.
b) PICKUP 2 forcibly selected.

NO/
Check the red LED at TAM401: J4
YES
Tacho channel 2 (Pick-up 2).
Check the jumper setup at the TAM401.
Check red LED at pick-up no. 2 housing.
Check cabling from pick-up to TAM401
Tacho channel 2 and further on to DEM401,
Ch. 10: Signal at X3:2.
Check the distance from the pick-up to the
teeth of the flywheel.
Check that the pick-up is correctly mounted
and clean.
Check FUSE F1 at TAM401.

EGSALM17

EGS2200 PICKUP 2 ERROR

Tacho error from pick-up 2.


Pick-up 1 will be chosen, when AUTO-select present
and pick-up 1 is O.K.
ACTUATOR BLOCKED, when:
a) Also PICKUP 1 error.
b) PICKUP 2 forcibly selected.

NO/
Check the green LED at TAM401: J4
YES
Tacho channel 2 (Pick-up 2).
Check the jumper setup at the TAM401.
Check red LED at pick-up no. 2 housing.
Check cabling from pick-up to TAM401
Tacho channel 2.
Check the distance from the pick-up to the
teeth of the flywheel.
Check that the pick-up is correctly mounted
and clean.
Check FUSE F1 at TAM401.

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Actuator

EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

Trouble Shooting

EGSALM49

EGS2200 PICKUP SIGNALS ERROR

This alarm covers errors from the tacho system including oscillating tacho signals. Please refer to PT
1470 for the exact cause.

NO
Check the green LEDs at TAM401: J3/J4
Tacho channel 1/2 (Pick-up 1/2).
Check the jumper setup at the TAM401.
Check red LED at pick-up no. 1/2 housing.
Check cabling from pick-ups to TAM401
Tacho channel 1/2.
Check the distance from the pick-ups to the
teeth of the flywheel.
Check that the pick-ups are correctly
mounted and clean.
Check FUSE F1 at TAM401.

EGSALM63

EGS2200 PITCH VELOCITY ERROR

The rate of change of the pitch feedback signal is too Check the pitch feedback signal, that it is
large.
not infected with noise.

EGSALM73

EGS2200 POWER DRIVE 24V ERROR Error to the separate +24V,dc supply for the Servostar power drive.

EGSALM23

EGS2200 POWER DRV NOT READY

Servostar power drive for position loop control of the Please refer to the Servostar manual, chap- YES
actuator position is not ready, i.e. open BTB contact ters 4.3 and 4.4 for troubleshooting and
exact explanation of the actually detected
at drive unit.
fault.
Actuator Blocking, only if both alarms
EGSALM21 and EGSALM23 present.

EGSALM21

EGS2200 POWER DRV. FAULTY

Servostar power drive for position loop control of the


actuator position is faulty,
i.e. error Fxx or warning nxx indicated at the LCD
display at the front of the Servostar power drive
unit inside the EGS2200-STD cabinet.

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NO

Check the separate +24V,dc power supply YES


unit labelled A 4240 inside the EGS cabinet.

Please refer to the Servostar manual, chap- NO


ters 4.3 and 4.4 for troubleshooting and
exact explanation of the actually detected
fault.
Actuator Blocking, only if both alarms
EGSALM21 and EGSALM23 present.

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EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

Trouble Shooting

Actuator

EGSALM35

EGS2200 POWER ERROR

Alarm for power error at the Gamma Micro CPU:


a) +24V,dc error
b) +15V,dc error
c) -15V,dc error

Check the voltage level for the +24V,dc


supply for the Gamma Micro CPU.
Check the +24V supply FUSE F40.
Reset the Gamma Micro CPU.
If the alarm reappears exchange the CPUmodule.

YES

EGSALM45

EGS2200 POWER LIM MISSING

Alarm for Manual Power Limit value missing to the


Overload Protection System at the serial communication line to the EGS2200-STD.

Check the EGS2200-STD connection acNO


cording to trouble shooting for Alarm no. 80.

EGSALM39

EGS2200 RAM ERROR

Alarm for error in the RAM at the Gamma Micro


CPU. (CONNO 349 = 10).

Reset the Gamma Micro CPU.


If the alarm reappears exchange the CPUmodule.

YES

EGSALM54

EGS2200 SG RANGE ALARM

This alarm indicates, that the speed setting


command is outside the range for running with
the shaft generator. The alarm is only activated,
if the time delay has run out.
In the case of a slowdown a shutdown is released.
Optional.

Check the position of the speedsetting


in relation to the range for the SG.
Check the signals indicating that the
shaft generator is connected to the
busbar.

NO

EGSALM74

EGS2200 SHAFT GEN. SETUP ERR

This alarm covers situations, where the settings


of the CONNO values for the EGS2200-STD
have obtained illegal values.
In this case the Shaft Generator Option.

Check the CONNO setup for the Shaft NO


Generator Option for consistency in
parameters adjusted.
An example is, that the low limit is larger
than the high limit.

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Actuator

EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

EGS_IO13

EGS2200 SHUTDOWN, SAFETY SYS.

Cable error for the shutdown signal coming from the Check the cabling and jumpers for
AEM402, Ch.8: Signal at X3:6.
Safety System.
Check voltage level at AEM402, Ch.8: ApHold on old status.
proximately 0.6V for open and 1.2V for
closed contact.
Check cable supervision resistor 1.5kohm
at contact.
Check cable supervision resistor 1.5kohm
at external terminal board.

EGSALM61

EGS2200 SLOWDOWN CANCELLED

This alarm indicates, that Slowdown is cancelled Check that Cancellation of Slowdown is NO
either from HW input or from the Operating
requested.
Panel.

EGSALM86

EGS2200 START FAILURE

This alarm indicates, that the starting on air attempt


for the Sulzer engine has failed, i.e. the rpm of the
main engine never exceeded the rpm ignition level.
The actuator remains at zero position.

Check the starting air system of the main


engine, and check for alarms related to the
EGS2200-STD tacho system.

NO

EGS_IO11

EGS2200 STOP, Bridge

Cable error for the STOP signal from the STD Bridge STOP-signal hardwired:
Check the cabling and jumpers for
Control System.
AEM402, Ch.6: Signal at X2:6.
Hold on old status.
Check voltage level at AEM402, Ch. 6: Approximately 0.6V for open and 1.2V for
closed contact.
Check supervision resistor 1k5ohm at contact.
Check cable supervision resistor 1.5kohm
at external terminal board.

NO

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EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

Trouble Shooting

Actuator

EGS_IO12

Cable error for the STOP signal from the Manual


ECR Control Stand.
Hold on old status.

Check the cabling and jumpers for


AEM402, Ch.7: Signal at X3:2.
Check voltage level at AEM402, Ch.7: Approximately 0.6V for open and 1.2V for
closed contact.
Check cable supervision resistor 1.5kohm
at contact.
Check cable supervision resistor 1.5kohm
at external terminal board.

NO

NO
Check green LED at TAM401: J5
Tacho channel Synch. Pick-up.
Check jumper setup for pick-up at TAM401.
Check the red LED at the rear of the synchronization pick-up housing.
Check cabling from pick-up to TAM401
Tacho channel synchronization pick-up.
Check the distance from the pick-up to the
tooth at the flywheel.
Check pick-up is correctly mounted and
clean.
Check FUSE F1 at TAM401.

EGS2200 STOP, Manual ECR

Blocked

EGSALM18

EGS2200 SYNCH PICKUP ERROR

Tacho error from synchronization pick-up.


The EGS2200-STD continues operation with slightly
reduced performance.
Optional.

EGSALM43

EGS2200 TACHO SYSTEM ERROR

YES
Alarm for supervision error for transmission from the Reset the +24Volt,dc supply for the
Control Cabinet at terminal F40 by opening
8031 Tacho System at the SIM401/1-card to the
and closing this fused terminal: Up to 90
Gamma Micro CPU in the Control Cabinet.
seconds may pass until the Panel answers.
If the alarm reappears exchange the
SIM401/1-card.

EGSALM47

EGS2200 TEST MODE

Intentional alarm for warning of EGS2200Alarm for testing of the EGS2200 Actuator.
The Main Engine must be in STOP-order, while a LM STD being tested with a LM Service Engineer adjusting the actuator control loop.
Service Engineer is adjusting the actuator control
loop. (CONNO 330 = 1).

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Actuator

EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

Trouble Shooting

EGSALM78

EGS2200 TORQUE SIGNAL ERROR

The estimations of the Overload Protection System


has drifted due to an unreliable torque input signal.
This alarm is delayed.

Check the function of the torsion meter and NO


the level of the torque output signal for the
EGS (the torsion meter is not LM supply).

EGSALM67

EGS2200 VIT MANUAL CANCEL

Check the setup of the VIT System from the NO


The Variable Injection Timing (VIT) System option
Operating Panel, as a manual selection is
has been manually cancelled from the Operating
Panel, and thus the ship continues operation without the only cause for this alarm condition.
VIT control of the fuel injection.

EGSALM53

EGS2200 VIT SAFETY LIMIT

This alarm indicates, that the VIT System is operating on the safety limit in the high load range, i.e. the
scavenging air pressure probably is too low.

EGSALM52

EGS2200 VIT SETUP ERROR

Check the CONNO setup for the VIT Sys- NO


This alarm covers situations, where the settings of
the CONNO values for the EGS2200-STD are illegal. tem for consistency in parameters adjusted.
In this case the VIT System.

EGSALM41

EGS2200 WATCHDOG ERROR

Alarm for watchdog error in the Gamma Micro CPU.


(CONNO 349 = 4, 5 or 6)

Reset the Gamma Micro CPU. If the alarm


reappears exchange the CPU-module.

YES

G041LOP1

GAMMA 41: Comm. To LOP 1

Communication error
from Gamma CPU to the Operating Panel

Check power supply (incl. fuse F41) to Operating Panel, if OK check connection from
Gamma CPU to Operating Panel.

NO

G041STAT

GAMMA 41: Data Base Status

The loaded database and program in the Gamma


Flash Prom is disturbed

Call Lyngs Marine for service.

YES

01C1AI01

Module 01C1AI01 (AEM402) Error

Error on Analog input module AEM402

Check ribbon cable from Gamma CPU to


AEM402. If OK change module.

NO

01C1C001

Module 01C1C001 (SIO) Error

Error on the first Serial Interface module

Check ribbon cable from Gamma CPU to


SIO module. If OK change module.

YES

01C1C002

Module 01C1C002 (SIO) Error

Error on the second Serial Interface module

Check ribbon cable from first SIO module to YES


second SIO module. If OK change module.

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piping.
Please refer to alarm EGS_IO01.

NO

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EGS ALARM EGS2200-STD Alarm text


ID:
on the Operating Panel

Description

Trouble Shooting

Actuator

01C1M101

Module 01C1M101 (DEM401) Error

Error on the first digital Input Module

Check ribbon cable from the last SIO module to MIC40 adapter and from MIC40
adapter to DEM401 module.
If OK change the module.

YES

01C1M102

Module 01C1M102 (DRM401) Error

Error on the first Relay output Module

Check ribbon cable from the DEM401


module to DRM401 module. If OK change
module.

YES

01C1M103

Module 01C1M103 (AAM401) Error

Error on the Analog Output Module.

Check ribbon cable from the DRM401 to


YES
the AAM401 module. If OK change module.

EGS_IO03

PITCH FEEDBACK

Cable error for the 4-20mA pitch feedforward signal. Check the cabling and jumpers for Analog
Hold on old signal and then via slope to zero pitch, if Input AEM402, Ch. 4.
Check voltage level at AEM402, Ch. 4.
cable error is present.

EGS_IO01

SCAVENGING AIR PRESSURE

Cable error for Charge air pressure.


If cable error, then pressure is set to MCR value in
software of EGS2200-STD.

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NO

Check the cabling and jumpers for Analog NO


Input AEM402, Ch. 2.
Check voltage level at AEM402, Ch. 2: 0.3V
for 4mA and 1.5V for 20mA.
Check at the pressure transmitter.

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6.2 Gamma Micro CPU Alarms


Basic software/hardware errors are indicated at the GAMMA CPU inside the Main Cabinet at the four yellow LEDs. These indications can be checked when the GAMMA CPU has gone into a HALT situation. This
check must be written down before the GAMMA CPU is RESET. When the GAMMA CPU has been reset,
the LCD display of the EGS2200-STD Operating Panel will inform, which alarm caused the CPU HALT
situation.
When the Reset switch is activated the entire computer system is reset, and the system will restart in the
same way as after a power up.
Hereafter the EGS is initialised to start the normal running condition according to the actual values of shaft
speed, charge air pressure, pitch & actuator feedback from the Servostar, rpm setpoint from telegraph system and load limits cancel. This procedure means that the engine will not be stopped, if the reset switch is
activated while the engine is running.

+R/T
S
- R/T
+R/T
- R/T S
GND(0V
CHASS

The following table contains the coding for the CPU HALT conditions indicated at the 4 yellow LEDs at the
GAMMA CPU:

Note:
LEDs at CPU physically appear as
follows:
LED 1, LED 0, LED 3, LED 2.

Status LED's

off/on off/on

J1

RS 485
Termination

1 2 3 4 5 6

Status LED's
0 Not used
1 I/O scan LED
2 Idle LED
3 Interrupt LED

F1
F 3.15 A

Integer
value

LED 0

LED 1

LED 2

LED 3

CPU HALT
Cause

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON

ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON

OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON

OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON

a) Monitoring channel missing.


b) B-channel is undefined.
Paging error
Illegal interrupt.
Watchdog SW timeout.
Not used.
CPU error.
Illegal opcode.
I/O error. Unrecoverable system I/O error.
RAM error
FLASH PROM id error.
FLASH PROM use error.
FLASH PROM write error.
FLASH PROM verify error.
EPROM error.
Early warning / Low power during start.

6.3 Fault isolation


Faults occur in two categories, those that will block the actuator and activate its brake and those, which do
not cause this. In both cases, an alarm will be given to the external alarm system. The alarm list in chapter
6.1 may then be used to isolate the region in which the fault lies.

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EGS2200-STD has extensive build in functions for self-test that will normally be able to provide the user
with an accurate fault identification.
EGS2200-STD is not specifically designed for user repair and service. Such repairs are normally limited to
the circuits connected to the EGS2200-STD. If the faults discovered are not to be found using the Alarm
list in chapter 6.1 and the other malfunctions described in chapter 6.4, then contact Lyngs Marine for assistance.
In order to aid the user in the location of faults in the circuits connected to EGS2200-STD, a set of Standard Wiring Diagrams are enclosed as Appendix B of this manual. These diagrams contain details of all
options and standard connection items. Not all vessels will be fitted out in this manner. However, cable
references and terminal numbers used for each signal will be the same on each vessel.

6.3.1 Tacho System


The tacho system consists of two primary tacho pickups and a secondary synchronization pickup on some
installations. One of the primary pickups will suffice to provide a speed signal, and the second serves as
redundancy. A dedicated I/O front-end processor converts the frequency of the tachopulses into a shaft
speed.
In the event of a functional failure in the tacho system, an EGS2200-STD Alarm will be released. In case of
total loss of shaft speed information the actuator will go into "Blocked Mode" maintaining the fuel pump index at the level prior to the occurrence of the failure.
Single failures concerning one of the pick-ups or the synchronization pick-up will always cause a failure
message, but not blocking of the actuator.
A total disappearance of the two tacho signals or a supervision error regarding the communication from
the distributed tacho system will cause a failure message and blocking of the actuator.

6.3.2 Actuator Control


In the event of a functional failure in the actuator control system, i.e. Servostar failure indicated with an Fxx
designation at the LCD display at the front of the Servostar controller inside the EGS2200-STD Control
Cabinet, then an EGS2200-STD Alarm will be released, and the actuator will go into "Blocked Mode"
maintaining the fuel pump index at the level prior to the occurrence of the failure. Examples are brake cable error and encoder feedback cable error.
Failures regarding a thermal overload of the actuator motor or singular phase annulment of the threephase power supply for the actuator control will always cause a failure message, but not blocking of the
actuator. The performance of the actuator will instead be slowed down.

6.3.3 Operating Panel


In the event of a functional failure in the Operating Panel of the EGS2200-STD, i.e. power failure, communication failure of the RS485 communication link or a general software error in the 8031 CPU system,
an EGS2200-STD Alarm will be released.

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6.3.4 Cable supervision


Input signals for the analog input channels are supervised for cable errors. Some of the binary input signals are connected to the analog input channels for this purpose.
The following actions are carried out regarding the presence of a cable error:
STOP and SHUTDOWN signals

The old value is maintained.

Scavenging air pressure signal

The converted value is replaced with the MCR value for the
actual installation.

RPM setpoint signals

The old value of the setpoint is retained.

6.4 Malfunctions beyond the scope of the alarm list


The following alarm channels exist in the Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD:
EGS2200-STD Alarm:
This is the general alarm output for the ship's external alarm system covering the alarm conditions mentioned in chapter 6.1. These alarms are indicated in clear text on the Operating Panel.
The alarm channel is normally closed at DRM401, Channel 2.
Power Failure Alarm:
An output indicating power failure only is available.
The alarm channel is normally closed at DRM401, Channel 1.

6.4.1 Actuator BLOCKED indicator error at Operating Panel


If the actuator [ BLOCK. ] indicator at the Operating Panel is not lit during Blocked condition, please check
the cabling from the Operating Panel to DRM401, Channel 5.

6.4.2 Actuator moving slowly without error indications


Check the high voltage levels at the terminals X23/1, 2 and 3 in the Control Cabinet to be
approximately 400 V,ac.

6.4.3 Actuator is not moving


Check the voltage levels of the 3-phase raw supply at terminals X23/1, 2 and 3 in the Control Cabinet. The
possible cause may be phase annulment of two of the phases.
Open the door to the Control Cabinet and check the status of the LCD display at the front of the Servostar
Power Drive Electronics Unit for the actuator control.
Check the power cables to the brushless DC-motor of the actuator connected to terminals U2, V2, W2 at
the Inductor M2.
Check the presence of actuator setpoint signal for the Servostar Power Drive at Servostar terminals X3/4
and X3/5. If there is no signal, check the connections from the analog output channel AAM401 channel 1.

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6.4.4 Actuator fluctuating


Check whether the fuel pumps move in accordance with the actuator. If not, check the mechanical linkage
from the actuator to the fuel pumps. Backlash in the linkage should be below 0.3 mm referred to actuator
position.

6.4.5 Engine speed differs from the setpoint


Check with the <STATUS> field of the Basic Mode Overview Display of the Operating Panel, if a limitation
of the Index request is present. The engine is not supposed to follow the demand speed, if a limit is
reached.
Check if the setpoint signal to the governor is OK.
Check the tacho system.

6.4.6 Fuel index <> 0 at STOP/SHUTDOWN


Check if the <STATUS> field of the Basic Mode Overview Display of the Operating Panel indicates <GOV
STOP> / <SHUTDOWN>. If not then check the STOP / SHUTDOWN signals.

6.4.7 Fuel pumps don't move in accordance with the actuator


Installations with spring loaded rod:
Check whether spring load is being compressed during normal operation. This indicates, that more force
than the compression force of the spring load is needed to drive the fuel rack. If this is the case, one or
more fuel pumps could be stuck or a mechanical malfunction of the linkage occur. This condition will damage the servomotor if operating continues over longer periods.

6.5 Monitoring channels for Display Purpose


The EGS2200-STD also includes a number of Monitoring channels, used for displaying on the Operator
Panels Basic Display, which are not making alarms.
The Customising Tool database printout appended at the end of this chapter will also include these Monitoring channels. Most of them can be distinguished as Priority 4 channels.

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6.6 Assistance from Lyngs Marine


Lyngs Marine is able to provide all the assistance required by the EGS2200-STD user. However, in order
to enable Lyngs Marine service engineer in providing this assistance, certain details will be required
when reporting a suspected fault on the EGS2200-STD:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)

Vessel name and location.


If at sea, then intended destination, ETA and ETD.
Details of the nature of the problem.
Details of the contents of the ALARM LIST in the EGS2200-STD.
Details of communications routes to the vessel, i.e. vessel agent in port of call, vessel telex
number/telephone number via satellite etc.

These details will aid Lyngs Marine service engineer in providing the assistance required as quickly as
possible.
Communication with Lyngs Marine may be established via the following means:
Telephone
Telefax

(Denmark = +45)
(Denmark = +45)

45166200
45166262

Lyngs Marine has 24 hours service and for those periods when the switchboard is closed, the following
number may be used:
Telephone

(Denmark = +45)

40112640

This telephone is a mobile telephone connecting you to the service engineer on duty.

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UMS/UCS 2100
Monitoring Channels Report
Yard/No.:
Ship Name:

EGS2200-STD with DMS

Owner:

NN

Version:

1.0

Print Date:

5/2/2007

Project Manager:
Sorted After:
Filter:

ID
All Records

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Monitoring Channels Report

Unit
Scaling

Limit Related Parameters


Delay
Prio
On
Off

Page

2 / 6

ID
Type

Name
Yard ID

01C1AI01

MODULE 01C1AI01 (AEM402) ERROR

99
-

- alarm
-

1.00

MODULE 01C1C001 (SIO) ERROR

99
-

- alarm
-

1.00

MODULE 01C1C002 (DSN) ERROR

99
-

- alarm
-

1.00

MODULE 01C1M101 (DEM401) ERROR

99
-

- alarm
-

1.00

MODULE 01C1M102 (DRM401) ERROR

99
-

- alarm
-

1.00

MODULE 01C1M103 (AAM401) ERROR

99
-

- alarm
-

1.00

DMS2100I INTERFACE COMM. ERROR

- comm. err
-

6.61

EGS2200 COMM. ERROR TO DMS

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 PICKUP 1 ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 PICKUP 2 ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 SYNCH PICKUP ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 BC CONTROL OFFLINE

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 CHANGE OVER ALARM

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 POWER DRV. FAULTY

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 ACTUATOR BLOCKED

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 POWER DRV NOT READY

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 FUEL POSITION ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

Computed

01C1C001
Computed

01C1C002
Computed

01C1M101
Computed

01C1M102
Computed

01C1M103
Computed

DMS_IF
Computed

EGSALM00
Computed

EGSALM16
Computed

EGSALM17
Computed

EGSALM18
Computed

EGSALM19
Computed

EGSALM20
Computed

EGSALM21
Computed

EGSALM22
Computed

EGSALM23
Computed

EGSALM24
Computed

Lyngso Marine A/S

Disp Range

Alm Grp

Mess. Text

Limit

Suppression

Printed:

Rev.

5/2/2007

Monitoring Channels Report

Unit
Scaling

Limit Related Parameters


Delay
Prio
On
Off

Page

3 / 6

ID
Type

Name
Yard ID

EGSALM25

EGS2200 PICKUP 1 CABLE ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 PICKUP 2 CABLE ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 POWER ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 LOAD LIMITS CANCELLED

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 FLASH PROM ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 EPROM ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 RAM ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 CPU ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 WATCHDOG ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 GAMMABUS TIMER ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 TACHO SYSTEM ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 CCO SETUP ERROR

- alarm
-

6.61

EGS2200 POWER LIM MISSING

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 BLOCK DURING TEST

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 TEST MODE

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 LOAD LIM. SETUP ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 PICKUP SIGNALS ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

Computed

EGSALM26
Computed

EGSALM35
Computed

EGSALM36
Computed

EGSALM37
Computed

EGSALM38
Computed

EGSALM39
Computed

EGSALM40
Computed

EGSALM41
Computed

EGSALM42
Computed

EGSALM43
Computed

EGSALM44
Computed

EGSALM45
Computed

EGSALM46
Computed

EGSALM47
Computed

EGSALM48
Computed

EGSALM49
Computed

Lyngso Marine A/S

Disp Range

Alm Grp

Mess. Text

Limit

Suppression

Printed:

Rev.

5/2/2007

Monitoring Channels Report

Unit
Scaling

Limit Related Parameters


Delay
Prio
On
Off

Page

4 / 6

ID
Type

Name
Yard ID

EGSALM50

EGS2200 CALL LM: DATA LOST!!

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 LOD SETUP ERROR

- alarm
-

6.61

EGS2200 VIT SETUP ERROR

- alarm
-

6.61

EGS2200 VIT SAFETY LIMIT

- alarm
-

6.61

EGS2200 SG RANGE ALARM

- alarm
-

6.61

EGS2200 OFFLINE

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 CRITICAL RPM ALARM

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 LOCKED PICKUP SELECTED

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 LOCKED CONTROL SELECTE

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 SLOWDOWN CANCELLED

- alarm
-

6.61

EGS2200 INT. CIRC VOLT ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 VIT MANUAL CANCEL

- alarm
-

6.61

EGS2200 MODE SETUP ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 LOADPRG SETUP ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 BINARY CONNO ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 INDEX LPG SETUP ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 POWER DRIVE 24V ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

Computed

EGSALM51
Computed

EGSALM52
Computed

EGSALM53
Computed

EGSALM54
Computed

EGSALM55
Computed

EGSALM56
Computed

EGSALM57
Computed

EGSALM58
Computed

EGSALM61
Computed

EGSALM66
Computed

EGSALM67
Computed

EGSALM68
Computed

EGSALM69
Computed

EGSALM71
Computed

EGSALM72
Computed

EGSALM73
Computed

Lyngso Marine A/S

Disp Range

Alm Grp

Mess. Text

Limit

Suppression

Printed:

Rev.

5/2/2007

Monitoring Channels Report

Unit
Scaling

Limit Related Parameters


Delay
Prio
On
Off

Page

5 / 6

ID
Type

Name
Yard ID

EGSALM74

EGS2200 SHAFT GEN. SETUP ERR

- alarm
-

6.61

EGS2200 TORQUE SIGNAL ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 DMS TIMEOUT ERROR

- alarm
-

1.00

EGS2200 START FAILURE

- alarm
-

1.00

- on
-

0
256

1.00

Disp Range

Computed

EGSALM78
Computed

EGSALM80
Computed

EGSALM86
Computed

EGSSTA01

EGS2200 CONTROL MODE

0
4

Computed

EGSSTA02

EGS2200 LOAD LIMITS CANCELLED

Computed

EGSSTA03

EGS2200 EGS STATUS

Computed

EGSVAL01

1.00

-100.0
100.0

1.00

EGS2200 DMS RPM SETPOINT

rpm

-250.0
250.0

1.00

EGS2200 MANUAL RPM SETPOINT

rpm

-250.0
250.0

6.41

EGS2200 GOVERNOR RPM SETPOINT

rpm

-250.0
250.0

1.00

SCAVENGING AIR PRESSURE

bar
BAR4

0.000
4.000

1.00

ACTUATOR POSITION FEEDBACK

%
AFB_BW

0.00
100.00

6.41

PITCH FEEDBACK

%
PFB

-100.00
100.00

1.00

- on
-

1.00

NO

- on
-

1.00

NO

EGS2200: STOP, Manual ECR


DI

EGS_IO13

AI

EGS_IO12

EGS2200 FUEL COMMAND

AI

EGS_IO03

1.00

AI

EGS_IO02

1.00

Computed

EGS_IO01

Rev.

Computed

EGSVAL05

Suppression

-250.0
250.0

Computed

EGSVAL04

Limit

rpm

Computed

EGSVAL03

Mess. Text

EGS2200 ACTUAL RPM

Computed

EGSVAL02

Alm Grp

EGS2200: SHUTDOWN, SAFETY SYS.


DI

Lyngso Marine A/S

Printed:

5/2/2007

Monitoring Channels Report


ID
Type

Name
Yard ID

EGS_IO21

EGS2200: DEM401 FUSE


DI

EGS_IO33

Unit
Scaling

Disp Range

EGS_IO5

RPM SETPOINT ECR MANUAL


AI

EGS_NORM

Suppression

Rev.

1.00

NO

- on
-

1.00

NO

1
-

- on
-

%
ECR_SP

0.00
10.00

EGS: NO ALARMS

6.41
4

1.00

GAMMA 41: COMM. TO LOP 1

0
15

99
-

1.00

GAMMA 41:DATA BASE STATUS

0
15

99
-

1.00

Computed

G041STAT

Limit

6 / 6

- alarm
-

Computed

G041LOP1

Mess. Text

Page

CONSTANT RPM COMMAND


DI

Alm Grp

Limit Related Parameters


Delay
Prio
On
Off

Computed

End of Report

Lyngso Marine A/S

Printed:

5/2/2007

Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD


User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines

7.

Preventive Maintenance

7.1

Regular Checks

Page 100 of 110


2007.06.01

No periodical maintenance is required on EGS2200-STD. Components, which take the hardest punishment, the ACTUATOR and GEARBOX, are of the highest quality. The ACTUATOR is brush-less, i.e. contains no carbon brushes, which require regular checks and replacement. The GEARBOX is sealed and
contains its own lubrication, which should last the lifetime of the vessel.
However, in order to assure that all is well, then the following procedure shall be carried out two or three
times a year, (the engine must be STOPPED, and START BLOCKED during this test): -

7.2

1)

Check that connections to the SCAVENGE AIR PRESSURE TRANSDUCER


are tight, clean and show no signs of corrosion.

2)

Check that the TACHO PICKUPS are located properly in their brackets and that
connections to the relevant junction box are tight, clean and show no signs of
corrosion.

3)

Check that connections to the ACTUATOR are tight, clean and show no signs
of corrosion. Check that the ACTUATOR links are clean and show no signs of
overload (i.e. twisting, bending, loose bearings).

4)

Check that the links between the EGS Actuator and the fuel pumps have no
sign of backlash. If a backlash in excess of 0,3 mm exists, the connection rods
should be adjusted.

5)

Open the EGS2200-STD Control Cabinet. Visually check that all cables are
sited properly. Close the Control Cabinet door.

6)

Carry out the self-test procedure by pressing the LAMP TEST softkey at the [
Maintenance ] Menu of the Operating Panel.
Check that the display is in order and that no alarm conditions occur.

Tacho System Checks


The Tacho System consists of two tacho pickups, and relevant input cards in the EGS2200-STD Control
Cabinet. The EGS2200-STD will normally give an alarm if one of these circuits fails, however the following
procedure may be carried out every 6 months.
To carry out these tacho checks, the engine must be RUNNING, the vessel in SEA CONDITION and the
proper password for Privileged User inserted.

815.000.426-03

1)

Enter Select Pickup1 as operational tacho. Return to the normal menu.


Check that the tacho indicator reads "TACHO 1". Note the RPM reading.

2)

Enter Select Pickup2 as the operational tacho. Return to the normal menu.
Check that the tacho indicator reads "TACHO 2". Note the RPM reading. This
should be the same as that for TACHO 1 (a small divergence of +/- 0.1 RPM is
acceptable).

3)

Enter Autoselect Pickup. Return to the normal menu.

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SAM Electronics GmbH

Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD


User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines

Page 101 of 110


2007.06.01

For details of tacho mode selection please refer to section 4.6.2 in this manual.

7.2.1 Monthly Tacho Pick-up Checks


Engine speed sensing is done by sensing the flywheel teeth. The teeth may have been excessively
greased, and sometimes this grease will find its way to the engine speed sensors. As the teeth are initially
used for the turning gear, metal particles from mechanical wear may have contaminated the grease.
If this metal-contaminated grease covers a speed sensor face, this sensor is no more able to detect any
teeth, as there is already a sufficient amount of metal inside the grease to cause the sensor switching.
Therefore, check speed sensors once a month for contamination by grease or other dirt. If necessary
clean them on the next opportunity by using a soft, clean cloth.
In any case check the sensors for contaminated grease when you experience problems with speed sensing.

7.3 Servo Motor


The servo motor casing is designed with cooling ribs to dissipate the heat from the internal motor winding.
Check from time to time, that no dirt, grease, excessive dust or other objects obstruct the contact of the
motor casing to the ambient air, which is required to ensure sufficient cooling. This may be advisable especially after repair work has been done on the engine. If necessary, clean the motor casing by using a
cloth or a brush. Do not use water or compressed air for this purpose!
NOTE: The surface of the servomotor may become hot during normal service, as the maximum allowable
internal winding temperature is more than 150 C.
Though it is not the purpose of a servomotor, people may use it as a step. Check especially after any repair work in that area that the electrical connections to the servomotor are in good condition.
NOTE: The servo motor casing must never be painted!

7.4 Actuator Gear


According to the gear maker specification, the actuator gear is greased for 20.000 operating hours or 5
years. These figures are stated for continuous operation with rated gear load.
The operating profile for a governor actuator is, however, far different from that assumption, very short full
load cycles for some 300 msec at engine start are followed by long periods with very low gear load. Thus
the strain on the gear as well as on the lubrication agent is much lower than assumed when the 20.000
hours were calculated. According to our knowledge no actuator gear at all has failed within the last ten
years.
Still we would recommend considering a re-lubricating of the gear after many years of operation. Please
contact us in such a case.

815.000.426-03

Lyngs Marine A/S


SAM Electronics GmbH

Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD


User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines

Page 102 of 110


2007.06.01

7.5 Fuel Rack


Grease the ball joints of the fuel rack linkage periodically. Otherwise the joints may wear out, causing
backlash in the connection to the fuel pumps, which may make proper speed control difficult.
Check, especially after any repair work in that area that the rack with all its parts is able to move freely in
the whole range from minimum to maximum.
Check periodically that the change-over mechanism on the local control station is firmly engaged in the selected position, which is normally Remote.

815.000.426-03

Lyngs Marine A/S


SAM Electronics GmbH

Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD


User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines

8.

EGS2200-STD Customising Tool Print-Out

8.1

Input/Output List Terminal Board Report

Page 103 of 110


2007.06.01

This section contains a Terminal Board Report printout from the CT2100 Customising Tool, listing all Input
and Output channels on the EGS2200-STD Input/Output Modules.

815.000.426-03

Lyngs Marine A/S


SAM Electronics GmbH

Page

Lyngso Marine A/S


UMS/UCS 2100
Terminal Board Report
Yard/No.:
Shipname:

EGS2200-STD with DMS

Owner:

NN

Version:

1.0

Print Date:

5/2/2007

15:32:57

Project Manager:
Filter:

All Records

This Report Covers Information of sensor connection for all Input/Output Channels in the System
The Terminal Connection is as follows
[X1:2]
Means Terminal X1, Screw Terminal 2

Dry Contact:
Solid State Contact:
DI Extern 24V:
DI Extern 0V:
Current:
Voltage:

[X1:2] C
[X1:2] S
[X1:2] +
[X1:2] [X1:2] +
[X2:2] [X1:2] +
[X2:2] -

1/

Terminal Board Report

Page

EGS2200-STD with DMS

Module:

01C1AI01

Type

AEM402

ID

Name

Type

Range

EGS_IO4

EGS2200: SETPOINT BRG

AI

4-20 mA
0-10 %

EGS_IO01

EGS2200: SCAV. AIR PRESSURE

AI

4-20 mA
0-4 bar

EGS_IO02

EGS2200: ACTUATOR POSITION

AI

0-16.8 mA
0-100 %

EGS_IO03

EGS2200: PITCH FEEDBACK

AI

4-20 mA
-100-100 %

EGS_IO5

EGS2200: SETPOINT ECR

AI

0-20 mA
0-10 %

EGS_IO11

EGS2200: STOP, Bridge

DI

CC=stop cmd :Superv

EGS_IO12

EGS2200: STOP, Manual ECR

DI

CC=stop cmd :Superv

EGS_IO13

EGS2200: SHUTDOWN, SAFETY SYS.

DI

CC=shut down:Superv

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Ch. No.

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Connection
[01C1S][
2]
[X1:1]
[X1:2]
[01C1S][
1]
[X1:3]
[X1:4]
[01C1S][
8]
[X1:5]
[X1:6]
[01C1S][
3]
[X1:7]
[X1:8]
[01C1S][
7]
[X2:2]
[X2:3]
[01C1S][
4]
[X2:6]
[X2:7]
[01C1S][
5]
[X3:2]
[X3:3]
[01C1S][
6]
[X3:6]
[X3:7]

Printed:

+24V
i+
0V
+24V
i+
0V
+24V
i+
0V
+24V
i+
0V
+24V
i+
0V
+24V
i+
0V
+24V
i+
0V
+24V
i+
0V

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Terminal Board Report

Page

EGS2200-STD with DMS

Module:

01C1M101

Type

DEM401

ID

Name

Type

Range

EGS_IO35

EGS2200: SLOWDOWN ACTIVE

DI

CC=on

EGS_IO22

EGS2200: BRIDGE CONTROL

DI

CC=on

EGS_IO23

EGS2200: MANUAL CONTROL

DI

CC=on

EGS_IO24

EGS2200: EMERGENCY CONTROL

DI

CC=on

EGS_IO2

EGS2200: POWER ELECTRONIC

DI

Ext. + =ready

EGS_IO26

EGS2200: INT. CIRCUIT VOLTAGE

DI

Ext. + =ok

EGS_IO27

EGS2200: POWER EL. AUX. VOLT

DI

Ext. + =ok

EGS_IO28

EGS2200: POWER ELECTRONIC OK

DI

Ext. + =ok

TACHO1

TACHO PICKUP 1 FAIL

DI

OC=sens fail

TACHO2

TACHO PICKUP 2 FAIL

DI

OC=sens fail

10

04100018

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 11

DI

OC=Alm/Evt

11

EGS_IO32

EGS2200: LLC FROM BRIDGE

DI

CC=cancel

12

EGS_IO34

EGS2200: DMS ONLINE

DI

CC=online

13

04100021

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 14

DI

OC=Alm/Evt

14

EGS_IO37

EGS2200: SLOWDOWN CANCEL

DI

CC=cancel

15

EGS_IO36

EGS2200: SLOWDOWN RESET

DI

CC=reset

16

EGS_IO33

EGS2200: CONSTANT RPM CMD

DI

CC=on

17

EGS_IO38

EGS2200: SG ON BUSBAR A

DI

CC=on

18

EGS_IO39

EGS2200: SG ON BUSBAR B

DI

CC=on

19

04100027

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 20

DI

OC=Alm/Evt

20

04100028

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 21

DI

OC=Alm/Evt

21

04100029

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 22

DI

OC=Alm/Evt

22

04100030

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 23

DI

OC=Alm/Evt

23

04100031

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 24

DI

OC=Alm/Evt

24

04100032

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 25

DI

OC=Alm/Evt

25

04100033

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 26

DI

OC=Alm/Evt

26

04100034

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 27

DI

OC=Alm/Evt

27

04100035

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 28

DI

OC=Alm/Evt

28

04100036

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 29

DI

OC=Alm/Evt

29

04100037

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 30

DI

OC=Alm/Evt

30

04100002

SPARE DI: Module: 01C1M101, 31

DI

Ext. + =ok

31

EGS_IO21

EGS2200: DEM401 FUSE OK

DI

CC=ok

32

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Connection
[X1:1]
[X2:1]
[X1:2]
[X2:2]
[X1:3]
[X2:3]
[X1:4]
[X2:4]
[X1:5]
[X2:5]
[X1:6]
[X2:6]
[X1:7]
[X2:7]
[X1:8]
[X2:8]
[X3:1]
[X4:1]
[X3:2]
[X4:2]
[X3:3]
[X4:3]
[X3:4]
[X4:4]
[X3:5]
[X4:5]
[X3:6]
[X4:6]
[X3:7]
[X4:7]
[X3:8]
[X4:8]
[X5:1]
[X6:1]
[X5:2]
[X6:2]
[X5:3]
[X6:3]
[X5:4]
[X6:4]
[X5:5]
[X6:5]
[X5:6]
[X6:6]
[X5:7]
[X6:7]
[X5:8]
[X6:8]
[X7:1]
[X8:1]
[X7:2]
[X8:2]
[X7:3]
[X8:3]
[X7:4]
[X8:4]
[X7:5]
[X8:5]
[X7:6]
[X8:6]
[X7:7]
[X8:7]
[X7:8]
[X8:8]

Printed:

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
+
+
+
+
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
+
C
C

5/2/2007

Terminal Board Report

Page

EGS2200-STD with DMS

Module:

01C1M102

Type

DRM401

ID

Name

Type

Range

EGS_IO51

EGS2200: POWER OK

DO

CC=normal

(+WD)

EGS_IO52

EGS2200: EGS ALARM

DO

CC=normal

(+WD)

EGS_IO53

EGS2200: POW. EL. RESET

DO

CC=reset

(+WD)

EGS_IO54

EGS2200: POWER DRIVE ENABLE

DO

CC=enable

(+WD)

EGS_IO55

EGS2200: BLOCKED LAMP

DO

CC=on

(+WD)

EGS_IO56

EGS2200: EGS ON-LINE

DO

CC=online

(+WD)

EGS_IO57

EGS2200: CYL OIL DOSING

DO

CC=on

(+WD)

EGS_IO58

EGS2200: TORQUE LIMIT PREWARN

DO

CC=on

(+WD)

EGS_IO59

EGS2200: SCAV AIR LIM PREWARN

DO

CC=on

(+WD)

EGS_IO60

EGS2200: FUEL INDEX LIMITED

DO

CC=on

(+WD)

10

EGS_IO67

EGS2200: PERMIT SG A

DO

CC=on

(+WD)

11

EGS_IO68

EGS2200: PERMIT SG B

DO

CC=on

(+WD)

12

EGS_IO69

EGS2200: SHUT/SLOW-DOWN TO SG

DO

CC=on

(+WD)

13

EGS_IO64

EGS2200: CCO GROUP 1 CUT-OUT

DO

CC=on

(+WD)

14

EGS_IO65

EGS2200: CCO GROUP 2 CUT-OUT

DO

CC=on

(+WD)

15

EGS_IO66

EGS2200: RPM LIM. EXCEEDED

DO

CC=on

(+WD)

16

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4/

Connection
[X1:2]
[X2:2]
[X1:4]
[X2:4]
[X1:6]
[X2:6]
[X1:8]
[X2:8]
[X3:2]
[X4:2]
[X3:4]
[X4:4]
[X3:6]
[X4:6]
[X3:8]
[X4:8]
[X5:2]
[X6:2]
[X5:4]
[X6:4]
[X5:6]
[X6:6]
[X5:8]
[X6:8]
[X7:2]
[X8:2]
[X7:4]
[X8:4]
[X7:6]
[X8:6]
[X7:8]
[X8:8]

Printed:

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

5/2/2007

Terminal Board Report


Module:

01C1M103

Type

AAM401

ID

Name

Type

Range

EGS_IO71

EGS2200: ACTUATOR SETPOINT

AO

EGS_IO72

EGS2200: INSTRUMENT 1

AO

EGS_IO73

EGS2200: INSTRUMENT 2

AO

EGS_IO74

EGS2200: INSTRUMENT 3

AO

0-8.4 V
0-100 %
4-20 mA
0-10000
4-20 mA
0-10000
0-20 mA
0-4000

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Ch. No.

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Connection

[X1:1]
[X1:2]
[X1:7]
[X1:8]
[X2:3]
[X2:4]
[X2:7]
[X2:8]

2
3
4

Printed:

u+
ui+
ii+
ii+
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Terminal Board Report

Page

EGS2200-STD with DMS

Module:

01C1M103

Type

AAM401

ID

Name

Type

Range

Ch. No.

6/

Connection

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UMS/UCS 2100
Serial Interfaces: Overview
Yard/No.:
Ship Name:

EGS2200-STD with DMS

Owner:

NN

Version:

1.0

Print Date:

5/2/2007

Project Manager:

15:42:09

Page

Serial Interfaces: Overview


PLC No.:

2 /

41

CPU Module [01C1C000]

Ch. 1:LOP
[970.404.651

:
]

Module 1 (Adr. 0) :SIO Module

Ch. 1:Tacho Input


[960.511.214
Ch. 2:Not Used

[01C1C001]

:Remarks: EGS Tacho


]
:

Module 2 (Adr. 1) :SIO Module

[01C1C002]

Ch. 1:Not Used

Ch. 2:RTNC IF

:Remarks: DMS interface

[970.404.651

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2007.06.01

Output Functions List Report


This section contains a Output Functions report print-out from the CT2100 Customising Tool, listing all
Output channels which are made as a software function by the CT2100 Customising Tool.

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EGS2200-STD Function Blocks List Report


This section contains a DMS Function Block Report printout from the CT2100 Customising Tool, with a
page for each of the software Function Blocks that are used in the EGS2200-STD, and for each Function
Block all Inputs to and Outputs from the Function Block is listed.

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UMS/UCS 2100
Detailed SFB Report
Yard/No.:
Ship Name:

EGS2200-STD with DMS

Owner:

NN

Version:

1.0

Print Date:

5/2/2007

Project Manager:

15:36:30

Detailed SFB Report

EGS2200: Basic I/O Config

ID:

Name:

EGS_IO

PLC:
Revision:

41
6.61

I/O Definition
AI: SCAV. AIR PRESSURE
AI: ACTUATOR POSITION
AI: SETPOINT BRG
AI: SETPOINT ECR
DI: STOP, Bridge
DI: STOP, Manual ECR
DI: SHUTDOWN, SAFETY SYS.
DI: DEM401 FUSE OK
DI: BRIDGE CONTROL
DI: MANUAL CONTROL
DI: EMERGENCY CONTROL
DI: POWER ELECTRONIC
DI: INT. CIRCUIT VOLTAGE
DI: POWER EL. AUX. VOLT
DI: POWER ELECTRONIC OK
DI: LLC FROM BRIDGE
DI: CONSTANT RPM CMD
DI: CONSTANT RPM CMD 2
DI: DMS ONLINE
DI: SLOWDOWN ACTIVE
DI: SLOWDOWN RESET
DI: SLOWDOWN CANCEL
DI: SG ON BUSBAR A
DI: SG ON BUSBAR B
DO: POWER OK
DO: EGS ALARM
DO: POW. EL. RESET
DO: POWER DRIVE ENABLE
DO: BLOCKED LAMP
DO: EGS ON-LINE
DO: CYL OIL DOSING
DO: TORQUE LIMIT PREWARN
DO: SCAV AIR LIM PREWARN
DO: FUEL INDEX LIMITED
DO: LOCAL CONTROL
DO: RESET SHUTDOWN
DO: ACTUATOR CONNECTED

2 /

Yard ID:

EGS2200:

Remarks:
Mach.Group:
Type
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Not Used
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Input Ch.
Output Ch.
Output Ch.
Output Ch.
Output Ch.
Output Ch.
Output Ch.
Output Ch.
Output Ch.
Output Ch.
Output Ch.
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used

Page

NOT USED

ID
EGS_IO01
EGS_IO02
EGS_IO4
EGS_IO5
EGS_IO11
EGS_IO12
EGS_IO13
EGS_IO21
EGS_IO22
EGS_IO23
EGS_IO24
EGS_IO2
EGS_IO26
EGS_IO27
EGS_IO28
EGS_IO32
EGS_IO33

Name
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:

SCAV. AIR PRESSURE


ACTUATOR POSITION
SETPOINT BRG
SETPOINT ECR
STOP, Bridge
STOP, Manual ECR
SHUTDOWN, SAFETY SYS.
DEM401 FUSE OK
BRIDGE CONTROL
MANUAL CONTROL
EMERGENCY CONTROL
POWER ELECTRONIC
INT. CIRCUIT VOLTAGE
POWER EL. AUX. VOLT
POWER ELECTRONIC OK
LLC FROM BRIDGE
CONSTANT RPM CMD

I/O Spec.
4-20 mA/0-4 bar
0-16.8 mA/0-100 %
4-20 mA/0-10 %
0-20 mA/0-10 %
CC=stop cmd :Superv
CC=stop cmd :Superv
CC=shut down:Superv
CC=ok
CC=on
CC=on
CC=on
Ext. + =ready
Ext. + =ok
Ext. + =ok
Ext. + =ok
CC=cancel
CC=on

Module
01C1AI01
01C1AI01
01C1AI01
01C1AI01
01C1AI01
01C1AI01
01C1AI01
01C1M101
01C1M101
01C1M101
01C1M101
01C1M101
01C1M101
01C1M101
01C1M101
01C1M101
01C1M101

Terminal
X1
3-4
X1
5-6
X1
1-2
X2
2-3
X2
6-7
X3
2-3
X3
6-7
X7/8
8
X1/2
2
X1/2
3
X1/2
4
X1/2
5
X1/2
6
X1/2
7
X1/2
8
X3/4
4
X5/6
1

EGS_IO34
EGS_IO35
EGS_IO36
EGS_IO37
EGS_IO38
EGS_IO39
EGS_IO51
EGS_IO52
EGS_IO53
EGS_IO54
EGS_IO55
EGS_IO56
EGS_IO57
EGS_IO58
EGS_IO59
EGS_IO60

EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:
EGS2200:

DMS ONLINE
SLOWDOWN ACTIVE
SLOWDOWN RESET
SLOWDOWN CANCEL
SG ON BUSBAR A
SG ON BUSBAR B
POWER OK
EGS ALARM
POW. EL. RESET
POWER DRIVE ENABLE
BLOCKED LAMP
EGS ON-LINE
CYL OIL DOSING
TORQUE LIMIT PREWARN
SCAV AIR LIM PREWARN
FUEL INDEX LIMITED

CC=online
CC=on
CC=reset
CC=cancel
CC=on
CC=on
CC=normal
CC=normal
CC=reset
CC=enable
CC=on
CC=online
CC=on
CC=on
CC=on
CC=on

01C1M101
01C1M101
01C1M101
01C1M101
01C1M101
01C1M101
01C1M102
01C1M102
01C1M102
01C1M102
01C1M102
01C1M102
01C1M102
01C1M102
01C1M102
01C1M102

X3/4
X1/2
X3/4
X3/4
X5/6
X5/6
X1/2
X1/2
X1/2
X1/2
X3/4
X3/4
X3/4
X3/4
X5/6
X5/6

(+WD)
(+WD)
(+WD)
(+WD)
(+WD)
(+WD)
(+WD)
(+WD)
(+WD)
(+WD)

5
1
8
7
2
3
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
2
4

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9.

EGS2200-STD Components and Spare-parts

9.1

Hardware Components List


The EGS2200-STD contains the following hardware modules:

NAME

DESCRIPTION

NO:

TYPE NUMBER

Panel

EGS2200-STD Operator Panel

815.001.205

GAMMA

Gamma micro PLC/CPU Module

962.002.800

SIM401

Serial Interface Modules with channels for 2


connection to the EGS2200-STD , the Tacho
Adapter and a service/load channel

962.002.300

TAM401

Tacho Adapter Module for RPM pickups

962.015.000

AEM402

8 channels Analog Input Module, Ohm, Volt- 1


age or mA inputs

962.004.200

MAM401 Input/Output Adapter, Gamma to digital I/O 1


(MIC40M) modules

962.002.900

DEM401

32 Digital Input Module

962.004.600

DRM401

16 Relay Output Module

962.004.800

AAM401

4 channel Analog Output Module,

962.009.000

962.004.100

0/4-20 mA or 0 - 10 Volt output


FIM405

Filter Module for 24 Vdc Power Supply

A40A46 Isolation amplifier for Scavenging Air Pres- 4 to 7 088.391.169


sure, Actuator setpoint and feedback signals
Note: Actual number of amplifiers needed
are installation dependent,
e.g. VIT incl./excl.

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9.2 HW Modules Layout and Jumper Settings


This section contains Layout drawings for modules included in the EGS2200-STD showing jumpers, setup
switches, LED indications, EPROM positions etc.
Gamma Micro CPU EGS1 jumper setup: EGS2200-STD has Unit No. 41.
off/on

Process valid LED


JP1, Gamma Micro bus waitstates
JP2, Analog bus waitstates

S1
Unit ID
switch

CPU

off/on
1

S2
Mode
switch

on/off
JP4
Auto reset after
Watch dog timeout

CPU Reset

Gamma Micro Bus

Analog Bus

SIO Watch-dog
RS485
off
SIO
on
running

RS485
+R/T
SEG.M
- R/T
+R/T
- R/T SEG.R
GND(0V)
CHASSIS

JP5

Real-time
Clock
EPROM LOW

Status LED's

off/on off/on

EPROM HIGH

Status LED's
0 Not used
1 I/O scan LED
2 Idle LED
3 Interrupt LED

RS 485
Termination

F1

1 2 3 4 5 6

T 2A

J2
1 2 3 4
24V
0V

J1

JP6

Tacho Adapter Module TAM401, EGS1T01 jumper setup:


TACHO
CONNECTORS

PU 1
PU 2
DIVIDER DIVIDER
1
2
4
8
16

PU SYNC
PULS

PU 1

PU 2

PU
SYNC

PU SYNC
ALARM

1 2 3 4 5

CTS

2 0V

PUSYNC OUT

RXD

3 CHASSIS

PU1 OUT

DTR

4 CHASSIS

OVERSP. IN

DSR

5 CHASSIS

GND

GND (0V)

ON

2 PU2 IN

PU1 IN

PNP

OFF

3 PU2 GND

PU1 GND

4 PU2 SCR.

PU1 SCR.

J6

J2

1 2 3 4

J3
J4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

J5
J6

1 2

1 2

J7
J8

J5

1 OVERSP. NO

PUSYNC +

2 OVERSP. C

PUSYNC IN

3 OVERSP. NC

PUSYNC GND

4 CHASSIS

PUSYNC SCR.

J8

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J3

8 CHASSIS

PU1 +

NPN

J1 1 2 3 4

J1 OR J2

PU2 OUT

1 PU2 +

F1

1 2 3 4 5

J1

1 + 24 VDC

J4

PU SYNC
SUP.VIS

PU 2
PULS

PU 2
PU 1
ALARM
ALARM
OVER SPEED
ALARM
PU 2
SUP.VIS

PU 1
PULS

J2

SIO
CONNECTOR

CABEL
CONNECTION
BETWEEN
TACHO J1 AND
SIO J1 OR J2

J7

1 PU2SYNC AL.+

PU1 AL. +

2 PU2SYNC AL.-

PU1 AL. -

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Serial Interface Module SIM401 EGS1C001 jumper setup: Debug/Load & Tacho.

Base adr.

CPU

JP1

CH.2

CH1
CH2

Gamma Micro Bus

mounted=WD disable

1 0

Prog. Sel Ch. 2

Prog. Sel Ch. 1 4

CPU
CH.1

EPROM CH.2
Debug / Load

EPROM CH.1
Main Engine Tacho

Note:

RTS
TXD
CTS
RXD
DTR
DSR
GND(0V)
CHASSIS

RTS
TXD
CTS
RXD
DTR
DSR
GND(0V)
CHASSIS

RS232/CH.1

+R/T
SEG.M
- R/T
+R/T
- R/T SEG.R
GND(0V)
CHASSIS

RS232/CH.2

1 2 3 4 5 6

1 2 3 4 5 6

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

J4

J5

J3

24V
0V

1 2 3 4

RS485/CH.1

+R/T
SEG.M
- R/T
+R/T
- R/T SEG.R
GND(0V)
CHASSIS

F1

RS485/CH.2

1 0

2
1

CH1 Run
CH2
RS485 Network Termination
Run
CH1 CH2
off/on
off/on on/off
on/off
Tx
Tx
JP4
JP5
JP2
JP3
ch.2,M
ch.2,R
ch.1,R Rx
ch.1,M
Rx

F 500 mA

JP7

4
2
1

Gamma Micro Bus

1 2 4 8
1

J1

JP6

J2

Terminal J2:1 RTS signal now has output toggling each time the Main Engine
tacho 8031 sends data to the Gamma CPU.

Serial Interface Module SIM401 EGS1C002 jumper setup: RS-485 for DMS2100i.

Base adr.

CPU

JP1

CH.2

CH1
CH2

Gamma Micro Bus

mounted=WD disable

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Prog. Sel Ch. 1 4

CH.1
EPROM CH.1

EPROM CH.2
DMS2100
RS-485

Not used

CH2
Run on/off

RS485 Network Termination


off/on on/off
JP5
JP2
ch.2,R
ch.1,M

RS485/CH.2

RS485/CH.1

1 0

2
1

CH1 Run
CH1 CH2
Tx
Tx
JP3
ch.1,R Rx
Rx

RS232/CH.2

RS232/CH.1
RTS
TXD
CTS
RXD
DTR
DSR
GND(0V)
CHASSIS

J3

CPU

RTS
TXD
CTS
RXD
DTR
DSR
GND(0V)
CHASSIS

24V
0V

1 2 3 4

Prog. Sel Ch. 2

+R/T
SEG.M
- R/T
+R/T
- R/T SEG.R
GND(0V)
CHASSIS

F1

1 0

+R/T
SEG.M
- R/T
+R/T
- R/T SEG.R
GND(0V)
CHASSIS

JP4
ch.2,M

F 500 mA

JP7

off/on

4
2
1

1 2 3 4 5 6

1 2 3 4 5 6

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

J4

J5

J1

Gamma Micro Bus

1 2 4 8
1

JP6

J2

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MIC 40 Adapter Module MAM401 EGS1M100 jumper setup:

J5

Term.

J2

F 3.15 A
F1

J4

J1

JP3

Relay +24V always on


Relay +24V controlled
by CPU "Watch-dog"

24V
0V

1 2 3 4

ON

MIC40 Bus

JP10

JP11

OFF

Gamma Micro Bus

Gamma Micro Bus

JP6
JP7
JP8
JP9

Base addr.
1248
1
0

JP3 desides if relay outputs are deactivated in case of "Watch-dog" failure on the GAMMA.
GAMMA Micro bus "Base address" 0 - 15 is selected by means of jumpers JP6 - JP9.
NOTE ! Term. jumper JP10 and JP11 shall always be in position "OFF"

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9.3

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2007.06.01

Spare-part List
The appended Spare Parts List Doc. No. 815.002.414 - show the fuses, which are included in the standard spare part set as required by the Classification Societies.
Of course we will be glad to offer you a bigger or full set of spare parts. All units mentioned previously in
this chapter could be relevant. Please contact our Spare Parts department for price and delivery time.

End of document.
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User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines App. A: Tech. Spec. and Options

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Appendix A
Technical Specification for EGS2200-STD and Options
This appendix comprises data sheets for the version of EGS that is delivered.
Data sheets for any options installed are also enclosed. A list of included options is found in section 1.6.4.
The contents of this appendix is:
pp. A0-2 - 8

Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD


Data Sheets - Size 3, 7, 14 and 29.

pp. A1-1 -

Data Sheets for options installed.


These pages are omitted if no options are installed.

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Appendix A.
Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD.
Technical Specification.
This appendix comprises the Technical Specification and outline drawings with the actuator size relevant for your
installation.
The contents is:
Mechanical Specifications..........................................................................................................................3
1.1
Control Cabinet. ................................................................................................................................3
1.2
Operating Panel. ...............................................................................................................................3
1.3
Actuator Specifications......................................................................................................................3
1.3.1 Mounting of Actuator.....................................................................................................................4
1.3.2 Coupling for Actuator Lever ..........................................................................................................4
1.3.3 Servomotor and Coupling .............................................................................................................5
1.4
Transformer.......................................................................................................................................5
1.5
Tacho Pickups...................................................................................................................................6
2
Electrical Specifications. ............................................................................................................................7
2.1
Electrical Supply................................................................................................................................7
2.2
Cable specifications ..........................................................................................................................7
2.3
Ambient Conditions ...........................................................................................................................7
2.4
Operating Panel. ...............................................................................................................................8
2.5
Transformer.......................................................................................................................................8
2.6
Tacho System. ..................................................................................................................................8
1

Outline Drawings.
Control Cabinet Outline

815.002.083

Operating Panel Outline

815.002.205

Actuator Outline for Size 3


Actuator Outline for Size 7
Actuator Outline for Size 14
Actuator Outline for Size 29

815.002.224
815.002.225
815.002.226
815.002.227

Transformer Outline

814.001.592.TD

Pick-up outline
Typical Arrangement of Tacho Pick-ups
Adjustment of Tacho Pickups

815.002.407
960.170.502
960.170.513

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1 Mechanical Specifications.
1.1

Control Cabinet.
Dimensions (MAX)
See outline drawing: 815.002.083

Width 700 mm
Height 1400 mm
Depth 350 mm
app. 105 kg
(59 kg, when empty.)

Weight (depends slightly on actuator size)

1.2

Operating Panel.
Dimensions

Width 288 mm
Height 144 mm
Depth 48 mm
1.4 Kg

Weight

1.3

Actuator Specifications.
Size D 3

Size D 7

Size D 14

Size D 29

max. diameter

200 mm

235 mm

250 mm

275 mm

total length

540 mm

525 mm

575 mm

700 mm

815.000.224

815.000.225

815.000.226

815.000.227

18 kg

30 kg

45 kg

81 kg

drawing number
weight

Dimensions and weight are stated including the friction cone coupling. They do not include the output lever.
Refer to the stated drawing for more information.

Size D 3

Size D 7

Size D - 14

Size D - 29

rated torque

200 Nm

349 Nm

668 Nm

1390 Nm

peak torque

300 Nm

721 Nm

1390 Nm

2910 Nm

max. angle

50

50

50

50

20 in 97 ms

20 in 100 ms

20 in 132 ms

20 in 132 ms

max. adjust.rate

Stated adjusting rates do not include acceleration and deceleration ramps.

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1.3.1

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Mounting of Actuator
The actuator shall be mounted with its intermediate flange into a bracket. Bracket as well as bolts, nuts and
washers are to be supplied by the engine maker. Bolts and nuts of at least the specified strength grade are
to be used. Nuts shall be secured against unintended loosening.
NOTE: Never loosen parts of the gear or dismantle the gear itself.
Size D - 3

Size D - 7

Size D - 14

Size D - 29

mounting flange
outer diameter

270 mm

270 mm

270 mm

330 mm

mounting flange
hole circle

240 mm

240 mm

240 mm

296 mm

number / size of
bolts

8 x M10

8 x M10

8 x M10

12 x M10

min. required
strength grade of
bolts / nuts

8.8 (800 N/mm)


acc.to ISO 898

NOTE: Connection of the gear to the intermediate flange is done by bolts of high strength grade 12.9
(SAM supply). Do not loosen these bolts!
If in special cases the actuator shall be mounted into the bracket without using the intermediate flange,
bolts and nuts of same strength grade 12.9 must be used!

1.3.2

Coupling for Actuator Lever


The output lever is mounted on the gear output shaft by means of a friction cone coupling.
The coupling bolts shall be tightened by using a torque spanner, tightening shall be done crosswise in
several steps until reaching the specified torque.
Size D - 3

Size D - 7

Size D - 14

Size D - 29

coupling type

TLK 130/35x60

TLK130/45x75

TLK130/55x85

TLK130/70x110

coupling bolts

8 x M6

6 x M8

8 x M8

8 x M10

Strength grade
of bolts

12.9 (1200 N/mm) acc.to ISO 898

Allen key size

5 mm

6 mm

6 mm

8 mm

Tightening
Torque

17 Nm

41 Nm

41 Nm

83 Nm

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Servomotor and Coupling


The servomotor is attached to the actuator gear by four bolts. Dimensions of the bolts and their necessary
tightening torque are stated in the table below.
The motor shaft fits into a hollow gear intake shaft with a friction clamp coupling. A bolt will clamp the
coupling, which is accessible through a bore in the gear case. The head of the coupling bolt fits to an Allen
key, tightening shall be done by using a torque spanner.
Sizes of coupling bolts for the different actuator sizes, the necessary tightening torque as well as the
maximum torque, which can be transmitted by the coupling from the servo motor to the gear input shaft,
are stated in the table below.

Size D - 3

Size D - 7

Size D - 14

Size D - 29

shaft diameter
servomotor

19 mm

24 mm

24 mm

24 mm

Coupling bolt

M6

M8

M8

M8

Coupling bolt
tightening torque

10 Nm

23 Nm

23 Nm

23 Nm

Allen key size

5 mm

6 mm

6 mm

6 mm

transmittable
torque

22 Nm

49 Nm

49 Nm

49 Nm

4 x M8x30
with nuts

4 x M10x35
with nuts

4 x M10x30

4 x M10x30

mounting bolts
servo motor
min. required
strength grade of
mounting bolts /
nuts

1.4

8.8 (800 N/mm) acc.to ISO 898

Transformer.
Dimensions
Weight

Width 360 mm
Height 310 mm
Depth 260 mm
37 Kg

Cable entry not included in depth.


Additional width required for ventilation, refer to transformer drawing.

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Tacho Pickups.
Tacho Pickup Dimensions (MAX)
Outline: Drawing 815.002.407
Weight
Length of cable

Diam:

Distance between sensors


See outline drawing 960.170.513
Distance from sensor face to tooth
Max speed for system
Note that all pickups are identical types.

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M18 x 1
Length 84 mm
0.1 Kg
5m
1/2 Tooth Width
1 - 4 mm
1000 tooth/s

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2 Electrical Specifications.
2.1

Electrical Supply
Size D 3
Governor
Electronics

Size D 7

Size D 14

Size D 29

24 VDC, max. 5% ripple, (max.range 1832 V, including ripple)


4.0 Amps

Servo Motor Power


Circuit

220 / 400 / 450 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz, 3-Phase to transformer


(other voltages on request)
Breaker size in MSB as stated below
10 Amps

16 Amps

25 Amps

25 Amps

IRMS :

2.5 A

5.7 A

7.5 A

14.8 A

IPEAK:

3.5 A

9A

9.7 A

23 A

Values include all ancillary equipment on the engine governor, such as the governor panel, VIT control
system and similar.

2.2

Cable specifications
Standard certified cables for use onboard ships are to be used as stated on the wiring diagrams.
Special requirements are to be noted for the following two cables:
Cable to servo motor armature

MGCG 4 x 1.5 sqmm for actuator size D-3D-14


MGCG 4 X 2.5 sqmm for size D-29,
(use of larger wire gauge is not acceptable)
shielded, 600 VAC,
max. cable capacity 150 pF per m,
non-used cores to be grounded,
max. cable length 50 m

Cable to sin/cos Encoder

FMGCG 7 x 2 x 0.75 sqmm, twisted pairs with common


shield, max. cable capacity 120 pF per m,
non-used cores to be grounded,
max. cable length 50 m

Cable types with other short designation may be used for the two above cables, provided that
all stated requirements are fulfilled.

2.3

Ambient Conditions
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
max. 95% rel.humidity, no condensation

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Operating Panel.
Input supply voltage
Input supply current

24 V DC 30% incl. ripple.


1 A.

Communications format

RS-485

Max cable communicating distance to Control Cabinet

200 m.

Max operating temperature

0 - +55 C

Max storage temperature

-10 - +70 C

Input supply originates from EGS2200-STD Control Cabinet.

2.5

2.6

Transformer.
Input AC Mains voltage
Input AC Mains current (Size 3)
Rated power
Frequency

220 / 400 / 450 V AC 3-phase.


6.79 / 3.74 / 3.32 A
2500 VA
50 60 Hz

Output AC Mains voltage


Output AC Mains current (Size 3)

400 V AC 3-phase.
3.61 A

Tacho System.
Output (Open Collector Semiconductor)

0 / 24 V DC

Input supply voltage


Input supply current (Max)

24 V DC 30%
20 mA

Input supply originates from EGS2200-STD Control Cabinet


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Data Sheets for All Options

Doc. no. 815.000.426-03.OPT

Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD


User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines App. A Data sheets for Options

Page 1 of 1
2007.06.01

1. About this Document.


This document contains data sheets for all EGS2200-STD options.
In order to provide appendix A of the User Manual doc. no. 815.000.426 for a given installation the technical
specification of the actual EGS2200-STD size is selected and a subset of the data sheets corresponding to the
options of the installation is included.

2. List of Options.
Page

Abbr.

Description

Data Sheet No.

A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A10
A13

ELL
SG
INS
VIT
CPP
LOD
CTL
SLD
LP
CCO

Engine Load Limit


Shaft Generator
Instruments
Variable Injection Timing
Controllable Pitch Propeller
Lubrication Oil Dosing
Control Options
Slowdown
Load Program
Cylinder Cut Out System

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815.000.426-03.LOD
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815.000.426-03.LP
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User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines App. A ELL, Data sheet

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Engine Load Limit ELL Option (960.310.100)


Data Sheet
The option is specified as follows:

Engine Load Limit


Type no. 960.310.110:

Index Limited Signal.

Binary output (dry contact).

Type no. 960.310.120:

Engine Torque Limit Pre-warning.

Binary output (dry contact).

Type no. 960.310.130:

Scavenging Air Pressure Limit


Pre-warning.

Binary output (dry contact).

With the engine load limits option, the EGS2200-STD will be able to signal its internal state to external
systems or displays through digital outputs (dry contacts).
It is possible to be informed when the index is limited, when the torque approaches a limit and exceeds the
pre-warning level, and when the scavenging air pressure pre-warning limit is exceeded. The limit curves
are adjustable during commissioning.
The output is a contact set. By connecting the outputs at the DRM401 module differently
24 V, DC may also be available.

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User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines App. A. SG, Data sheet

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Shaft Generator SG Option (960.310.200)


Data Sheet
The contents is:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

1.

Specification............................................................................................................................ A2-1
Normal function of the SG Option - Waiting Station................................................................ A2-2
Hardware Input / Output.......................................................................................................... A2-3
Operating Panel - Display of SG Option status....................................................................... A2-4
The SG Option during Power up of the EGS2200-STD.......................................................... A2-5

Specification.
This option is specified as follows:

Shaft Generator Option


Type no. 960.310.220:

Generator Engaged and Permission Signals


for range/level A - "Waiting Station".

Binary +24V,dc input and


Binary output (dry contact).

Type no. 960.310.230:

Generator Engaged and Permission Signals


for range/level B - "Waiting Station".

Binary +24V,dc input and


Binary output (dry contact).

Type no. 960.310.210:

Constant Speed Order input signal.

Binary +24V,dc input.

Type no. 960.310.250:

Shutdown output: Sh.d. signal to Safety


System is activated after timeout with the
shaftgenerator engaged and slowdown order
present.

Binary output (dry contact).

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Normal function of the SG Option Waiting Station.


EGS2200-STD has two external inputs - SG connected range A and B, which each limits the
speedreference to one of two high ranges.
In case the speedsetting command comes below the actual range selected (e.g. in the event of a
slowdown), the resulting speedsetting command is limited to the lower limit of the range until the SG is
disconnected. After an adjustable time (60 - 120 seconds) an EGS2200-STD alarm is released, and in the
case of a slowdown a shutdown is released. When the resulting speedsetting command is within the
actually selected range with SG connected, the speedchange slope is slower than the normal slope.
An output signal for permission of connection of shaftgenerator (binary output signal) is available for each
of the ranges. The signal is active, when both the speedsetting command and the rpm is within the range.
Please refer to figure A2.1.
This function used with shaftgenerators is normally called "waiting station".
Constant Speed order signal is available (binary input signal). This signal overrides the normal RPM
Setpoint Command from Bridge or Engine Control Room.

EGS2200-STD: Shaft Generator Interface


Constant speed
command
Permission for
SG, range A
Permission for
SG, range B
SG connected,
range A
SG connected,
range B
Constant speed
level

1
3

Speed range A
(e.g. supply of
ship consumption)

1
2

Speed range B
(e.g. driving
thrusters)
1

Slow slope as SG is connected

Normal (fast) slope as SG is disconnected

Decrease of engine speed is locked until SG is disconnected.


Speed command
Control setpoint
Engine speed

Figure A2.1: Illustration of the function of the Shaftgenerator Option.

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Hardware Input / Output.


The default setup for the hardware input channels allocation is:
DEM401, Channel 17
DEM401, Channel 18
DEM401, Channel 19

Constant rpm command


SG Connected range A
SG Connected range B

Closed contact = Const. speed.


Closed contact = SG connected.
Closed contact = SG connected.

The default setup for the hardware output channels allocation is:
DRM401, Channel 11

Permission for SG range A


Closed contact = Const. speed obtained.
(e.g. Constant speed range obtained for supply of ship consumption)

DRM401, Channel 12

Permission for SG range B

DRM401, Channel 13

Delayed Shutdown command Closed contact = Delayed Shutdown.


in case of SG connected
and Slowdown order present

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Closed contact = Upper speed range


obtained.
(e.g. speed range for driving thrusters)

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Operating Panel - Display of Shaft Generator status.


The actual EGS Control Object in the EGS2200 CONTROL group is selected by means of the [ Arrow ]
and [ ENT ] keys, and the selected EGS2200 Control display with Softkeys or Status list will show up.

SELECT CONTROL OBJECT:


EGS2200A MODE SELECTOR
EGS2200C TACHO SYSTEM
EGS2200D LUB. OIL DOSING
EGS2200E VIT SYSTEM
EGS2200F CYLINDER CUT-OUT SYS
EGS2200G SHAFTGENERATOR
EGS2200H SLOWDOWN
EGS2200I TEST MODE
EGS2200J CHARGE AIR ADJUST
EGS2200K RPM TORQUE ADJUST

When the SHAFTGENERATOR Option is selected the Operating Panel pictures will go to the
Shaftgenerator Option status list showing information about the SG system:

EGS2200G
SHAFTGENERATOR
SG PERMITTED A:
SG AT BUSBAR A:
SG PERMITTED B:
SG AT BUSBAR B:

<SgPermA>
<SgBusA>
<SgPermB>
<SgBusB>

Indications for Shaftgenerator option status list include:


<SgPermA>

YES
NO

Shaftgenerator Permitted at Range A


Shaftgenerator Not allowed at Range A

<SgBusA>

OFF
ON

Shaftgenerator disconnected at Busbar A


Shaftgenerator connected at Busbar A

<SgPermB>

YES
NO

Shaftgenerator Permitted at Range B


Shaftgenerator Not allowed at Range B

<SgBusB>

OFF
ON

Shaftgenerator disconnected at Busbar B


Shaftgenerator connected at Busbar B

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The SG Option during Power up of the EGS2200-STD.


During power up situations - Reset CPU or power up - the fuel pump index is fixed - until the hardware
tests of the EGS2200-STD are finished. During power failure for the +24V,dc supply or Reset CPU the
binary output signals for permission of running with the shaftgenerator is in the open contact position.
Hereafter the EGS2200-STD is initialized to start the normal running condition according to the actual
values of fuelpump index, shaft speed and scavenging air pressure as well as the binary input signals
concerning the shaftgenerator option, i.e. constant speed order and shaftgenerator connected to the
busbar.

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User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines App. A INS, Data sheet

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Instruments INS Option (960.310.300)


Data Sheet
This option is specified as follows:

Instruments Option

Type no. 960.310.300

Type no. 960.310.310: Output for RPM instrument (Note 1).

Analog output 4-20 mA.

Type no. 960.310.320: Output for Index instrument (Note 1).

Analog output 4-20 mA.

Type no. 960.310.330: Other _________________ (Note 1).

Analog output 4-20 mA.

Note 1:

A maximum of 2 analog outputs can be chosen including an eventual use of the VIT option. If
there is no requirement of a reference voltage for a Manual Rpm Setpoint potentiometer, then
an extra analog output is available for instrument output.

With the Instruments option, EGS2200-STD will provide two analog outputs. These outputs are intended to
drive additional instrumentation which is desired by the customer.
The outputs may be programmed by Lyngs Marine to provide an analog reading of various internal
parameters. Normally one channel is programmed to provide an analog RPM output signal. It should be
noted, however, that the shaft speed reading obtained in this way shall not replace the independent
statutory tacho instrument. The latter is required to be driven independently of the governor control system,
i.e., it can be driven by the independent safety system from Lyngs Marine.
In the event of a power failure or Reset GAMMA CPU then the outputs will be dropping to 0 mA. If the CPU
should enter a HALT condition, then the outputs are latched.
For details of these connections, please refer to the penultimate sheet of the Installation Wiring Diagrams
for the individual installation.

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User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines App. A VIT, Data sheet

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Variable Injection Timing for MAN Diesel Two Stroke Diesel Engines VIT Option (960.310.600)
Data Sheet
The contents is:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

1.

Specification............................................................................................................................ A4-1
Normal function of the VIT Option........................................................................................... A4-1
Technical description of the VIT Option .................................................................................. A4-2
Detailed description of the Variable Injection Timing system.................................................. A4-3
The VIT Option during Power up of the EGS2200-STD ......................................................... A4-4
Functional failure of the Variable Injection Timing system...................................................... A4-4
Readjustments of the VIT Option during service .................................................................... A4-4
Cancellation of the VIT function .............................................................................................. A4-5
Testing of the VIT output......................................................................................................... A4-5
Error corrections for the VIT Option ........................................................................................ A4-6
Safety concerning the VIT Option ........................................................................................... A4-6
Technical specification for the VIT Option .............................................................................. A4-6
Installation of the VIT Option................................................................................................... A4-6

Specification.
This option is specified as follows:

2.

Variable Injection Timing


(MAN Diesel engines)

Type no. 960.310.600

VIT control signal

Analog output 4-20 mA.


Current-air pressure converter not
included.

Normal function of the VIT Option.


The VIT (Variable Injection Timing) system, is developed to fulfil the requirement of keeping the maximum
pressure pmax constant in the high load range in order to save fuel.
This is achieved by a mechanism which automatically adjusts the timing of fuel injection, such that the
maximum pressure pmax is kept constant as the engine load is reduced from 100%, down to a certain prespecified part-load, known as the breakpoint.
The electronic control by the EGS2200-STD is only active during remote control, AHEAD. During
manoeuvres STOP / ASTERN and Local Control, the control is taken over by a pneumatic system at the
diesel engine.

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Technical description of the VIT Option.


The Variable Injection Timing system is outlined in figure A4.1 and shows, that the EGS2200-STD is
controlling the VIT-index, while the diesel engine is running AHEAD in Bridge Control or ECR Control
modes of operation. The STOP / ASTERN signal is supplied from the Safety System - "VIT Cancel" signal.

Figure A4.1: Principle diagram for the Variable Injection Timing System.

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Detailed description of the Variable Injection Timing system.


The function of the VIT system is described by figure A4.2.

Figure A4.2: Function of the Variable Injection Timing System.

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The VIT Option during Power up of the EGS2200-STD.


During power up situations - Reset CPU or power up - the VIT system is deactivated - 0 mA output
until the hardware tests of the EGS2200-STD are finished. During power failure for the +24V,dc supply or
Reset CPU the analog output is kept at 0 mA.
Hereafter the VIT system is initialized to start the normal running condition according to the actual values
of fuelpump index, shaft speed and scavenging air pressure.

6.

Functional failure of the Variable Injection Timing system.


There is no cable supervision for the analog output signal causing the variable injection timing.
A failure message at the Operating Panel causes an external EGS Alarm, when illegal parameters are
entered for the VIT system from the external debugger. The alarm text is
<EGS2200 VIT SETUP ERROR>. Along with the alarm, the entered parameter is limited by the EGS2200STD to comply with the legal ranges given in chapter 4.6.5. In the event of Manual cancellation of the VIT
control, running ASTERN, being in a STOP or SHUTDOWN situation, having a general BLOCKED
situation for the actuator or a cable failure to the scavenging air pressure signal, the output signal for the
I/p-converter is set to the minimum value, i.e. 4 mA current output and indication of VIT control Cancelled is
present at the LCD display of the Operating Panel.
In the event of a system failure within the EGS2200-STD causing the 80186 CPU to go into a HALT
situation, the output to the I/p-converter is latched at the latest value until the CPU is manually reset and
then it will drop to 0 mA. In the event of a missing +24V,dc supply voltage or cable failure for the analog
output as well as during a total dropout of the +24V,dc supply for the Control Cabinet of the EGS2200-STD
the output to the I/p-converter will drop to 0 mA.

7.

Readjustments of the VIT Option during service.


Due to variations in fuel quality and wear to the fuelpumps it may be necessary to adjust the maximum
pressure pmax, when the ship is in service.
Before the adjustment is done, indicator diagrams must be made covering running conditions in the area
above the breakpoint.
It will then be possible to adjust pmax by changing the value of poffset as many bars, as pmax is to be adjusted.
Finally the new adjustments are checked by renewed indicator diagrams.
For detailed information about the adjustment please contact MAN Diesel A/S.

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Cancellation of the VIT function.


It is possible to cancel the function of the VIT control by setting the injection timing to zero (late injection,
low maximum pressure in cylinder). This is done by softkey operation from the keyboard of the Operating
Panel.
Cancellation of the VIT function is thus done by setting the output for the I/p-converter to minimum, i.e. 4
mA output.
Basic Mode Overview Display:

ACTUAL RPM
xxx.x CTRL MODE <EGSctrl>
GOV. SETPOINT xxx.x STATUS
<EGS basic>
REM. SETPOINT xxx.x MANUAL SETP
xxx.x
<Oldest unacknowledged alarm/Alarm stat>
Press [ SELECT ] hardkey and select EGS2200 CONTROL:

SELECT CONTROL GROUP:


10 EGS2200: OVERVIEW
11 EGS2200: CONTROL
SELECT CONTROL OBJECT:
EGS2200A MODE SELECTOR
EGS2200C TACHO SYSTEM
EGS2200E VIT SYSTEM
Select VIT SYSTEM by using the [Arrow]- and [ENT] keys
and thereupon activate MANUAL CANCEL:

EGS2200E
VIT SYSTEM
<VitStat> <VitCancld> <VitBrkpt>
|S|VIT
|S|MANUAL |S|TEST
|S|VIT
|1|ON
|2|CANCEL |3|OFF
|4|TEST
Figure A4.3: Manual Cancellation of the VIT function.
An EGS2200-STD alarm <EGS2200 VIT MANUAL CANCEL> is released, when the VIT is cancelled
manually.
The manual cancellation is effective until manually setting the VIT to ON.

9.

Testing of the VIT output.


The VIT output can be set with stopped engine. Please refer to chapter 4.6.5, 4.6.5.1 and 4.6.5.2 for further
details concerning the test procedure from the Operating Panel.
This includes a test mode within the EGS2200-STD, where it is possible directly and OFF-line to control the
current output 0-20 mA (-25% to +100%VIT) for the I/p-converter to check the proper relationship between
control current signal and movement of the VIT index activating rod. The test feature does not include the
possibility of freely simulating Index, RPM and scavenging air pressure for testing purposes of the VIT
control system.

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10. Error corrections for the VIT Option.


In the following the proper actions in relation to possible malfunctions of the VIT system are described:
If the EGS Alarm <EGS2200 VIT SETUP ERROR> appears, please check the magnitude of the
parameters for the VIT system according to the limits given in chapter three.
Regarding other alarm conditions of the EGS2200-STD, please refer to the complete alarm list in chapter
six of the User Manual. The relevant alarm conditions for the VIT control system are those causing
BLOCKED actuator and cable error for the scavenging air pressure transmitter.

11. Safety concerning the VIT Option.


The following safety precautions for the operation of the diesel engine are present within the VIT control
system:
1)

The output range for the VIT function is limited by a non-cancellable upper limit, which is a function
of the load.

2)

In the event of Manual cancellation, running ASTERN, STOP or SHUTDOWN order, a BLOCKED
condition of the EGS2200-STD actuator or a cable error for the scavenging air pressure transmitter,
the output for the I/p-converter is set to 4 mA, i.e. it's minimum control value.

3)

During Reset CPU, blackout or missing +24V,dc supply to the analog output will go to 0 mA for the
I/p-converter. During CPU HALT condition the output is latched at its latest value.

12. Technical specification for the VIT Option.


Analog output for VIT activating signal:
Output:
Current:
External resistive load:
Fuse F42:

0 - 20 mA

0 mA for malfunctions.
4 mA equals minimum VIT signal.
20 mA equals maximum VIT signal.

max. 600 ohm.


1 A.

The current output signal is neither filtered via analog nor digital filters, but an adjustable slope function
with individual values for increasing/decreasing VIT signal is used in the software.
No supervision of the analog output signal is provided.
Cabling: 2x0.75mm2, Screened cable to be applied for 4-20 mA signal with the screen connected to the
screen bar in the EGS2200-STD Control Cabinet.

13. Installation of the VIT Option.


The drawings necessary for the installation of the VIT system in relation to it's application together with the
Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD can be found in the Basic Drawings for the actual installation at
the penultimate sheet.

End of document.

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User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines App. A CPP, Data sheet

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Controllable Pitch Propeller CPP Option (960.310.400)


Data Sheet
The contents is:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

1.

Specification............................................................................................................................ A5-1
Normal function of the Controllable Pitch Propeller Option..................................................... A5-2
Operating Panel - Display of CPP Option status .................................................................... A5-3
Operating Panel - Display of [ SETTINGS ] values................................................................. A5-3
The CPP Option during Power up of the EGS2200-STD ....................................................... A5-3
Functional failure of the CPP Option....................................................................................... A5-3
Readjustments of the CPP Option during service................................................................... A5-3
Testing of the CPP Option ...................................................................................................... A5-3
Technical Specification ........................................................................................................... A5-4
Installation............................................................................................................................... A5-4

Specification.
This option is specified as follows:

Controllable Pitch Propeller

Type no. 960.310.400

Type no. 960.310.410:

Pitch Angle Signal.

Analog input 4-20 mA / -10 - +10 V,dc

Type no. 960.310.430:

EGS2200-STD OFF-line. The output


signal is an open contact, whenever
the actuator is in blocked position.

Binary output (dry contact).

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Normal function of the Controllable Pitch Propeller Option.


EGS2200-STD in connection with CPP Installations uses the actual pitch to improve the performance of
the RPM control and to adjust the start level index as function of propeller pitch. This secures safe start and
prevents high RPM overshoots during start of the engine.
A binary output signal indicating the EGS2200-STD OFF-line is available for the CPP Control System.

2.1

Pitch feedforward analog input signal.


EGS2200-STD uses the measured pitch from a controllable pitch propeller as a feedforward signal. If it is
possible to supervise the pitch signal, a cable error results in pitch zero signal via a slope function for the
pitch and an EGS2200-STD alarm is released.

2.2

Pitch Slope.
Maximum allowed pitch rate of change is included, thus limiting the rate of change inside the EGS2200STD and giving the Alarm No. 63: <EGS2200 PITCH VELOCITY ERR>, if the limit is reached.

2.3

Start Level Index.


For CPP Installations the magnitude of the start level index is calculated by the EGS2200-STD
in accordance with table A5.1:
Actual Pitch: OK

Actual Pitch: Error

CPP Control
ON-line

Start Level Index is


Proportional to Pitch.

Normal Start Level Index for


pitch = 0.

CPP Control
OFF-line

Only relevant in ECR Control:


Start Level Index is
Proportional to Pitch.

High Start Level Index, i.e.


pitch = max value.
QPT Option (Quick Passage Technique) is
cancelled.

Table A5.1: Start level index for CPP installations.


If CPP Control is OFF-line, then no START attempt after STOP is possible when in Bridge Control, and the
rpm speedsetting from the Bridge is latched.
The EGS2200-STD Alarm No. 19: <EGS2200 BC CONTROL OFFLINE> is released.

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Operating Panel - Display of CPP Option status.


There are no explicit status indications for the CPP Option - please refer to the Manual Operations' and the
alarm list.

4.

Operating Panel - Display of [ SETTINGS ] values.


There are no adjustable parameters, i.e. [ SETTINGS ] values for the Controllable Pitch Propeller Option.

5.

The CPP Option during Power up of the EGS2200-STD.


During power up situations - Reset CPU or power up - the fuel pump index is fixed -until the hardware tests
of the EGS2200-STD are finished. During power failure for the +24V,dc supply or Reset CPU the binary
output signal indicating EGS2200-STD off-line is in the open contact position.
Hereafter the CPP system is initialized to start the normal running condition according to the actual values
of fuelpump index, pitch, shaft speed and RPM Speedsetting command.

6.

Functional failure of the CPP Option.


There is cable supervision for the actual pitch, if 4-20mA signal is provided. A cable error results in pitch
zero signal via a slope function for the pitch and an EGS2200-STD alarm is released.
Alarms:

7.

Alarm No. 8:

< PITCH FEEDBACK >. Cable error detection for pitch actual input at the AEM402
module, Channel 4 - No timedelay is used.

Alarm No. 63:

< EGS2200 PITCH VELOCITY ERR >, if the slope limit for the pitch is reached.

Readjustments of the CPP Option during service.


No adjustments are possible, when the ship is in service.

8.

Testing of the CPP Option.


There is no test facilities from the Operating Panel provided for the CPP Option.

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Technical Specification.
Hardware input:
AEM402, Channel 4:

Pitch actual signal.

4 - 20 mA or
10 V,dc signal type.

Hardware output:
Binary output signals: Relay output - Potentialfree contact - max 32V / 6A,
max 250Vac / 1500VA.
No supervision.
DRM401, Channel 6:

EGS2200-STD OFF-line. Binary signal to the CPP Control System


indicating EGS2200-STD OFF-line.

10. Installation.
Figure A5.3 shows an example of the installation of the Controllable Pitch Propeller option.

Figure A5.3: Pitch feedback installation as a non-standard example.

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User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines App. A. LOD, Data sheet

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Lubrication Oil Dosing for MAN Diesel Two Stroke Diesel Engines
LOD Option (960.310.700)
Data Sheet
The contents is:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

1.

Specification............................................................................................................................ A6-1
LOD Option during Power up of the EGS2200-STD............................................................... A6-2
Functional failure of the Lubrication Oil Dosing system .......................................................... A6-2
Test facilities for the LOD Option ............................................................................................ A6-2
Technical specification for the LOD Option............................................................................. A6-3
Installation of the LOD Option................................................................................................. A6-3

Specification.
This option is specified as follows:

Lubrication Oil Dosing


(MAN Diesel engines)

Type no. 960.310.700

Output to lub. oil dosing unit.

24 V digital output.

The Lubrication Oil Dosing - LOD - system offers a relay output signal, which can be used for activation of
an increased amount of lubrication oil for the cylinders of the main engine based on significant changes in
the speedsetting command. Extra lubrication request is signalled by a closed relay contact output in the
governor and this condition is maintained for a certain period of time ts after the change in speedsetting has
taken place.
The LOD Option in its present form uses the speedsetting signal as input instead of the fuel index formerly
used.
The function of the LOD system is described by figure A6.1. The criterion for extra lubrication of the
cylinders is specified as the minimum ramp, which - regardless of the sign - just requires the extra
lubrication to be effected, i.e. uploading or downloading the diesel engine posr percent speedsetting
change during a period of tr seconds, thus will just trigger the request for extra lubrication of the cylinders. If
a larger change in speedsetting takes place or the change takes place faster than the period of tr seconds,
this will also result in the request for extra lubrication.
All three parameter settings can be changed when entering the appropriate PASSWORD at the Operating
Panel of the EGS2200-STD - please refer to chapter 4.6.3.2 for details.
The speedsetting signal input to the LOD option is the actual RPM Setpoint from the DMS, ECR manual
control, constant rpm command or SLOWDOWN rpm level.
During STOP or SHUTDOWN order the LOD input is forced to zero to accomplish extra lubrication,
whenever a STOP or SHUTDOWN is activated or deactivated.
The trigger signal for the relay output can be monitored as the < LOD level xxxx % > in the status list of
the LUB. OIL DOSING at the Operating Panel of the EGS2200-STD. When this LOD level increases
above 100% - for instance during a Start-order - then the request for extra lubrication will be triggered.
Extra lubrication will be active as long as the LOD level is above 100% and the timeout given by the timer ts
will start the instant, that the LOD level passes below 100%.

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Figure A6.1: Criterion for extra lubrication oil for cylinders.

2.

LOD Option during Power up of the EGS2200-STD.


During power up situations - Reset CPU or power up - the LOD system is deactivated until the hardware
tests of the EGS2200-STD are finished. During power failure for the +24V,dc supply or Reset CPU the
function of the LOD system is deactivated and the relay output is in the open contact condition.
Hereafter the LOD system is initialized to request extra lubrication for the full length of the timer of the LOD
system, i.e. the contact is closed for the relay output.

3.

Functional failure of the Lubrication Oil Dosing system.


In the event of illegally adjusted parameters in the LOD system, an EGS2200-STD Alarm will be released.
The alarm text is <EGS2200 LOD SETUP ERROR > covering illegal adjustments of parameters in the
LOD system from the external debugger.
If extra lubrication oil is not activated as expected, please check the yellow LED at the DRM401 output
channel to be ON. If the yellow LED is ON, please check the presence of +24V,dc at the DRM401 output
channel.

4.

Test facilities for the LOD Option.


For testing purposes the LOD system relay can be forcibly selected without password - to be ON or OFF,
but remember to select LOD TST OFF when the test is over and then the system will return to AUTO.
Please refer to chapter 4.6.4 of the User's Manual, doc.no. 815.000.426 for further details concerning the
test. There is an automatic timeout of default 10 minutes for the LOD test to avoid engine damage.
Test via softkeys:
SIGNAL ON

The relay output is directly activated to give a closed contact signal.

SIGNAL OFF

The relay output is directly activated to give an open contact signal.

LOD TST OFF

The normal mode of operation of the LOD system is re-established.

The normal operation of the LOD system continues, while the relay output is tested.

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Technical specification for the LOD Option.


Relay output for actuating solenoid valve:
Output: max 32V,dc / 6 A, max 250V,ac / 1500VA .
A diode (1N4007 or equivalent) must be mounted at the coil of the solenoid valve.
There is no supervision of the output signal.

6.

Installation of the LOD Option.


Figure A6.2 shows the installation alternatives of the LOD system in relation to it's application together with
the Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD.

A. Dry contact output to Alpha Lubricator for Lubrication Oil Dosing option in EGS2200-STD:
DRM401 relay module:
Channel
No. 7

Alpha Cylinder
Lubricator

LOD output
Max 6A

X4:5
X3:6

Closed contact =
Extra lubrication

B. Activation of solenoid valve for Lubrication Oil Dosing option in EGS2200-STD:


DRM401 relay module:
Channel
No. x
LOD output

SOLENOID VALVE
FITTED ON ENGINE

+24V,dc

Max 6A
Closed contact =
Extra lubrication

0V,L

Diode: 1N4007

A yellow LED on the DRM401 module will be lit, when the output is activated. This LED monitors the
current through the coil of the internal relay.
There is no supervision of the +24V,dc output for the solenoid valve.

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User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines App. A CTL, Data sheet

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Control Options CTL Options (960.310.800)


Data Sheet
The contents is:
1.
Specification............................................................................................................................ A7-1
2.
Synchronizing Pickup.............................................................................................................. A7-2
3.
Critical Speed Module............................................................................................................. A7-2
4.
Controlled passage of Critical Speed Range .......................................................................... A7-2
5.
Slope on RPM order module................................................................................................... A7-2

1.

Specification.
This option is specified as follows:

Control Options
Type no. 960.310.810:

Synchronization pick-up (Note 1).

Pick-up is included with 4 and 5


cylinder engines.

Type no. 960.310.820:

Critical Speed module.

SW module in EGS2200-STD.

Type no. 960.310.860:

Controlled passage in the upwards direction of the Critical Speed Range for FPP:
Awaiting sufficient remaining index for a
quick passage. This is a supplement for the
Critical Speed module mentioned above.

SW module in EGS2200-STD.

Type no. 960.310.830:

Slope on RPM order module (Note 1).

SW module in EGS2200-STD.

Note 1:

These options are not customer selectable, but are included if necessary in the actual
application.

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Synchronizing Pickup.
This option is selected to improve the control of certain diesel engines with 4 and 5 cylinders. This option is
selected by Lyngs Marine according to the type of engine.
A synchronising pickup option is available for EGS2200-STD which enables the EGS2200-STD to regulate
the fuel pump index synchronised with Top-Dead Centre of one of the cylinders on each revolution.
For details of these connections, please refer to the Installation Wiring Diagrams for the individual
installation.

3.

Critical Speed Module.


This is an option used to protect the main engine from a Critical Speed Range. This module may be
selected by Lyngs Marine or the customer. It shall be noted that there shall never be critical speed
modules enabled in both the governor and in an associated bridge manoeuvring system.
An alarm is released in case the RPM has been within the Critical Speed Range too long (adjustable
timedelay).

4.

Controlled passage of Critical Speed Range.


For fixed pitch propellers a simple version of Quick Passage Technique for passage of a Critical Speed
Range (CSR) is offered:
For upward passage through the CSR, the RPM Setpoint remains at the lower edge of the CSR and waits
for sufficient Remaining Index to be obtained, e.g. by increasing Scavenging Air Pressure.
If this is not fulfilled after the adjusted timeout the passage of the CSR takes place anyway.

5.

Slope on RPM order module.


This facility is used when instantaneous jumps in the shaft speed are to be avoided even though a speed
setting command might be made as a step in handle position. It shall be noted that a slope module shall
never be active in both the EGS2200-STD and in an associated bridge manoeuvring system.
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User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines App. A. SLD, Data sheet

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Slowdown for MAN Diesel Two Stroke Diesel Engines SLD Option (960.310.900)
Data Sheet
The contents is:
1.
2.
3.
4.

1.

Specification............................................................................................................................ A8-1
Normal function of the Slowdown Option................................................................................ A8-2
Hardware input........................................................................................................................ A8-2
Operating Panel ...................................................................................................................... A8-2

Specification.
This option is specified as follows:

Slowdown

Type no. 960.310.900

Slowdown input.

Binary +24V,dc input.

Slowdown Cancel.

Binary +24V,dc input.

Manual Slowdown Reset (input signal).

Binary +24V,dc input.

Automatic Slowdown Reset (Manual Slowdown Reset signal is not


required, if Automatic Slowdown Reset is selected).

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Normal function of the Slowdown Option.


EGS2200-STD has an external input for selection of an upper speed limit (slowdown level), which limits the
speedreference to a low range. The slowdown command input is delayed to allow cancellation prior to
EGS2200-STD action. The slowdown command input overrides all speedsetting commands. The limit is
adjustable by a Lyngs Marine Service Engineer.
An indication is available at the Operating Panel, when the input signal is activated.
Slowdown is not announced by the EGS2200-STD, as this is expected to be handled by e.g. the ship's
alarm system or the bridge manoeuvring system.
Cancel and Reset of this function are possible via two external inputs (binary input signals). The external
inputs are normally connections from the Bridge Control System. The Cancel and Reset Slowdown
functions are also available from the Menus at the Operating Panel, which is normally placed near the
speedsetting handle in the ECR. The hardware and software Cancel and Reset slowdown functions are
active irrespective of the present Control Place.
The Reset Slowdown function is also included via a detected Engine STOP order to the EGS2200-STD,
i.e. STOP from the actually selected Control Place.
The Slowdown Reset function can optionally be selected to be operated manually as described above or to
be automatic in compliance with MAN Diesel recommendations. The memory function is selectable by a
Lyngs Marine Service Engineer.
An EGS2200-STD alarm is released, when a Cancel Slowdown is present.

3.

Hardware Input.
The default setup for the hardware input channels allocation is:
DEM401, Channel 1
DEM401, Channel 15
DEM401, Channel 16

4.

Slowdown signal.
Cancel Slowdown.
Reset Slowdown (omitted if automatic reset is selected).

Operating Panel - Display of Slowdown status.


The actual EGS Control Object in the EGS2200 CONTROL group is selected by means of the [ Arrow ]
and [ ENT ] keys, and the selected EGS2200 Control display with Softkeys or Status list will show up.

SELECT CONTROL OBJECT:


EGS2200A MODE SELECTOR
EGS2200C TACHO SYSTEM
EGS2200D LUB. OIL DOSING
EGS2200E VIT SYSTEM
EGS2200F CYLINDER CUT-OUT SYS
EGS2200G SHAFTGENERATOR
EGS2200H SLOWDOWN
EGS2200I TEST MODE
EGS2200J CHARGE AIR ADJUST
EGS2200K RPM TORQUE ADJUST

Selecting the SLOWDOWN will turn to the Slowdown Option (SLD) [ CONTROL ] display with the

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possibility to manually cancel or reset the slowdown. No password is required for activation of the cancel
or reset orders from the Operating Panel:

EGS2200H
SLOWDOWN
<SldStat> <SldSel> <SldReq>
|S|CANCEL |S|MANUAL |S|MANUAL
|1| OFF |2|CANCEL |3|RESET
Indications on the second line include:
<SldReq>

OFF REQ
CANCL REQ
RESET REQ

Slowdown Manual Cancel request OFF


Slowdown Manual Cancel request
Slowdown Manual Reset request is ON

<SldSel>

CANCL OFF
CANCELLED
RESET
ILLEGAL

Slowdown Manual Cancel request OFF


Slowdown Manual Cancel request
Slowdown Manual Reset request is ON
Slowdown Cancel only, when in ECR control (Option)

<SldStat>

OFF
ON DMS
ON HW
CANCL MMI
CANCL HW
RESET MMI
RESET HW

Slowdown condition is absent


Slowdown is active at RS-485 from DMS2100i
Slowdown is active at hardware input to EGS
Slowdown is manually cancelled from MMI
Slowdown is cancelled at hardware input to EGS
Slowdown is manually reset from MMI
Slowdown is reset at hardware input to EGS

Note: Reset is not explicitly indicated, but is only visible for 5 seconds while making the adjustment.
The Reset Slowdown command from the Operating Panel is registered during the 5 second delay
mentioned above, and then the Manual Slowdown is automatically set back to < OFF > by the
EGS2200-STD itself.
The manual cancellation is effective until manually activating < CANCEL OFF > and hereby setting
Slowdown to Normal. Manual Cancellation of slowdown is still present after a power-up / reset CPU
situation, thus maintaining the ships sailing condition as far as possible.
An EGS2200-STD alarm is released, when slowdown is cancelled.
Pressing the [ STATUS ] key when the SLOWDOWN Option is selected will go to the Slowdown Option
status list showing information about the SLD system:

EGS2200H
SLOWDOWN
SLD CONTROL STATUS
SLD SETUP STATUS
SLD SETUP REQUEST

<SldStat>
<SldSel>
<SldReq>

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User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines App. A LP, Data sheet

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Load Program LP Option (960.311.100)


Data Sheet
The contents is:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

1.

Specification.......................................................................................................................... A10-1
Normal function of the Load Program Option ....................................................................... A10-2
Operating Panel - Display of LP Option status ..................................................................... A10-3
Operating Panel - Display of [ SETUP ] values..................................................................... A10-3
Manual Operations for the LP Option ................................................................................... A10-3
The LP Option during Power up of the EGS2200-STD......................................................... A10-3
Functional failure of the LP Option........................................................................................ A10-3
Readjustments of the LP Option during service.................................................................... A10-3
Cancellation of the LP Option ............................................................................................... A10-3
Testing of the LP Option ....................................................................................................... A10-3
Installation of the LP Option.................................................................................................. A10-4

Specification.
This option is specified as follows:

Load Program Options


Type no. 960.311.110:

RPM Load Program. Normally used in


connection with FPP installations.

SW module in EGS2200-STD.

Type no. 960.311.120:

RPM Load Program with load down.


Offering controlled slow deloading of
the main engine.

SW module in EGS2200-STD.

Type no. 960.311.140:

RPM Loadprogram with bi-linear slope


function.

SW module in EGS2200-STD.

Type no. 960.311.130:

Index Load Program. Normally used in


connection with CPP installations.

SW module in EGS2200-STD.

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Normal function of the Load Program Option.


These options assures that load up of the engine at high load levels are done over a certain time. Optional
RPM load down is also available. The alternatives are:
- RPM Load Program
- Index Load program
The RPM and Index load programs extends the MAN Diesel specifications for fixed -and CP-propellers
respectively, to have the automatic load program facility available at Manual ECR control.

2.1

Index Load Program.


For the overload protection of the main engine it is possible to limit torque increase during load up. This
feature is only applicable with CPP installations.
The Load Program is cancellable, i.e. included with the load limit cancel function of the EGS2200-STD.

2.2

RPM Load Program.


RPM Load Program for FPP Installations limits acceleration during running up of the Main Engine.
The load Program is active in the range from 90 to 100% of the specified 100% rpm for the engine.
Running-up from 90 - 100% rpm in minimum 30 minutes. Running up is only active, when both the
speedsetting command and the actual rpm have reached the limit.
The Program is so designed, that any increase of rpm within the Program will follow the outlined limitation
curve, i.e. the maximum acceleration is 1% of the specified 100% rpm for each 3 minutes.
The engine runs down instantaneously. The Load Program limit decreases from 100 to 90% rpm in 5
minutes after a delay of 1 minute as the setpoint is reduced, so that the running-up is again limited by the
load Program in the point, it has reached.
Optionally a load down function as described for the running-up situation can be selected with individually
adjustable parameters.
Optionally the Load Program can be selected only to be active, when in Bridge Control or alternatively
when in Manual ECR Control mode of operation.
Optionally the Load Program may consist of a bi-linear load up/down function.
The Load Program is reset, if the RPM Speedsetting command or the RPM comes below the Reset level of
the Load Program:
A.

If there is a Slowdown order or the RPM Speedsetting command is below the Reset level of
the Load Program, then the resulting RPM Speedsetting after the slope module will follow the
speedsetting command immediately. After a timedelay the Load Program output will be
positioned to the low limit of the Load Program (the timedelay is adjustable during
commissioning).

B.

If the RPM of the main engine remains below the Reset level of the Load Program during the
timedelay mentioned above, then the Load Program output will be positioned to the low limit
of the Load Program.

The Load Program is cancellable, i.e. included with the load limit cancel function of the EGS2200-STD. If
the load down function is included and active, when the Load Program is cancelled, then the resulting
speedsetting command follows the handle's RPM Speedsetting command, and if this is smaller than the
Load Program's low limit, the resulting output of the Load Program is the low limit.

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Operating Panel - Display of LP Option status.


The status indication for the Rpm (or Index) Load Program is part of the common status field
<EGS basic>, Please refer to chapter 4.2 and 4.3.
Load Program limitation will immediately become visible, when there is no hard index limitation active,
i.e. no scavenging air pressure-, rpm- or Index Max Limitation is present.

4.

Operating Panel - Display of [ SETTINGS ] values.


There are no adjustable parameters, i.e. [ SETTINGS ] values for the Load Program Option.

5.

Manual Operations for the LP Option.


No manual operations are provided for the Load Program Option.

6.

The LP Option during Power up of the EGS2200-STD.


During power up situations - Reset CPU or power up - the fuel pump index is fixed -until the hardware tests
of the EGS2200-STD are finished.
Hereafter the LP system is initialized to start the normal running condition with the present output level of
the Load Program set to the low limit of the active range for the Load Program Option.

7.

Functional failure of the LP Option.


The LP Option only includes alarms for faulty setup during commissioning or service visits onboard the
ship.
RPM Load Program Alarms:
Alarm No. 69:

<EGS2200 LOADPR. SETUP ERR> is released,


if for instance the Reset Delay is less than zero.

Index Load Program Alarms:


Alarm No. 72:

8.

<EGS2200 INDEXLPG SETUP ERR> is released, if for instance the Index Low Limit
is set to be larger than the Index High Limit.

Readjustments of the LP Option during service.


No adjustments are possible, when the ship is in service.

9.

Cancellation of the LP Option.


Load Limits Cancel activated either from the EGS2200-STD Operating Panel or from the Bridge
Manoeuvring System cancels all limitations except Index Max, i.e. the Index Limiters are lifted incl.
the Index Load Program and the Rpm Load Program is bypassed.

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10. Testing of the LP Option.


There is no test facilities from the Operating Panel provided for the Load Program option.

11. Installation of the LP Option.


There are no special hardwired connections involved in the use of the Load Program Option.
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User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines App. A CCO, Data sheet

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Cylinder Cut Out System for MAN Diesel Two Stroke Diesel Engines CCO Option (960.311.500)
Data Sheet
The contents is:
1.
2.
3.
4.

1.

Specification.......................................................................................................................... A13-1
Cylinder Cut-out System Description .................................................................................... A13-2
Operating Panel .................................................................................................................... A13-5
Hardware Details .................................................................................................................. A13-7

Specification.
This option is specified as follows:

Cylinder Cut Out System


(MAN Diesel engines)

Type no. 960.311.500

Outputs to solenoid valves for cut-out of cylinder group 1 & 2.

24 V digital output.

The CCO system cuts out approximately half of the cylinders at low revolutions resulting in a stable run and
reduced particle emission in the low revolution area down to minimum.

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Cylinder Cut Out System Description.


The Cylinder Cut Out System as designed by MAN Diesel A/S is implemented as an option (CCO Option
type no. 960.311.500) with the Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD for use with two stroke diesel
engines with fixed pitch propeller.
The CCO system cuts out approximately half of the cylinders at low revolutions resulting in a stable run and
reduced particle emission in the low revolution area down to minimum.
A principle diagram for the CCO option can be seen in figure A13.1 below:

Figure A13.1: Principle diagram for the CCO Option.


2.1

Performance during Auto and Manual Remote Control.


The CCO system is enabled during automatic and manual remote control in direction of rotation ahead as
well as astern, when the engine is running below a predetermined number of revolutions. In detail this
means, that the resulting rpm setpoint of the governor - after limitations like slope module etc. - as well as
the actual rpm are both below a rpm limit X1 (Default 38rpm). Rpm setpoint below the limit detected at
once, but actual rpm below the limit for a period of time t1 (Default 10sec).
The function is reset at once, when either the resulting rpm setpoint or the actual rpm increases above the
limit described above PLUS the hystereses H2 (Default 5rpm) and H1 (Default 3rpm) respectively.
When the CCO system enters the active state, then the group with the smallest number of cylinders is cutout, i.e. group 1 is always cut-out as the first group and with the timer t4 reset.
Two binary output signals are activated (closed contact) - one at a time - for making cut-out of Ahalf@ the
cylinders. Turns between the groups are made on time basis.
The time defining the cut-out period is t4 (Default 10 minutes).
Overlap time, where both outputs are deactivated (open contacts) for preventing the main engine from
running totally without fuel is t5 as a fixed value for each individual installation, i.e. one extra cylinder firing
is acceptable. Default 0.25 sec (firing period for 12 cyl. Engine at 20rpm).

2.2

Start order.
The main engine is considered stopped and the CCO system disabled, when a STOP order or
SHUTDOWN order is present in the EGS2200-STD.
In order to obtain a safe start the cut-out system is disabled during the starting period and until the engine
is stabilised, i.e. from the instant the START order is received by the governor and until the timeout of the

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timer t3,ah and t3,as (Default 30sec). The timer t3 is activated, when the actual rpm increases above the
rpm limit X3 (Default 5rpm), i.e. if rpm is already larger than X3, then the timer t3 is activated instantly upon
receival of the START order.
2.3

Load Limits Cancel.


If cancel limiters is activated, then the CCO system is disabled and all cylinders will be active.

2.4

Rpm Setpoint deviates from the actual rpm.


If the resulting rpm setpoint - NOT the rpm command from the telegraph system - differs from the
measured rpm within pre-defined limits, then the CCO system is disabled and all cylinders will be active,
i.e. if the
actual rpm + X2 (Default 5rpm) < rpm,setp.
The timedelay for this detection to be valid is t2 (Default 10sec).
There is no distinction between rotation ahead and astern.

2.5

Lubrication Oil Dosing System - LOD Option with the EGS2200-STD.


The signal for extra cylinder oil lubrication is set to normal doses during cylinder cut-out, i.e. the request for
extra lubrication - for half an hour - typically after a start order is temporarily overruled until the main engine
is operating above the rpm level defined in section 2.1.
The text for the LOD option status picture at the Operating Panel of the EGS2200-STD will be
<LOD LOW> during active cylinder cut-out.

2.6

Variable Injection Timing System - VIT Option with the EGS2200-STD.


There are no changes related to the VIT option, i.e. the VIT control is operating with increased relative
values of fuel index - and estimated engine load - when the CCO option is in it=s active state. Since the
CCO option is active only in the low load area the VIT option is not significantly affected.

2.7

Overload Protection System - OPS Option with the EGS2200-STD.


When the cylinder cut-out system is in the active state of cut-out, then the estimator for the index-torquegain Kt,filt is temporarily stopped without warning to the operator.

2.8

Modes of Operation.
Automatic cut-out mode as described in the previous sections is the normal mode of operation, which can
be manually selected from the Operating Panel=s [ CONTROL ] Menu for the CCO.
The Off Mode, where all cylinders are enabled, can be selected by MANUAL CANCEL softkey activation
from the [ CONTROL ] Menu at the Operating Panel of the EGS2200-STD.
The actual mode of operation is observed in the [ STATUS ] Menu at the Operating Panel.

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Power down/Reset CPU.


During power up situations - Reset CPU or power up - the CCO system is deactivated - open contact
output meaning all fuel pumps enabled - until the hardware tests of the EGS2200-STD are finished. During
power failure for the +24V,dc supply or Reset CPU the binary relay outputs are kept at the open contact
position.
Hereafter the CCO system is initialized to start the normal running condition according to the actual
values of shaft speed, rpm setpoint from the telegraph system, load limits cancel and manual CCO setup
from the Operating Panel, i.e. in the event of MANUAL CANCEL previously selected by softkey for the
CCO option, this is remembered.

2.10 Alarms.
No alarm is released, whether the CCO option is ACTIVE, PASSIVE, OFF or CANCELLED. This
information is presented as CCO [ STATUS ] Menu at the Operating Panel.
The following summary of alarms directly related to the CCO option is included:
Alarm No. 85: <EGS2200 CCO SETUP ERROR>.
The present setup of parameters for the CCO option is detected invalid. The actual parameter violating
it=s lay-out range is indicated in a debug variable for the LM Service Engineer. This alarm is only
relevant during commissioning of the EGS2200-STD.
2.11 Malfunctions.
The present group of cylinders, which is cut-out by the active CCO option, is remaining in the cut-out state
in the event, that the EGS2200-STD Actuator turns to Blocked condition, i.e. the toggling function of the
CCO option is suspended.
If cylinder cut-out is not activated as expected, please check the yellow LED at the DRM401's output
channel to be ON. If the yellow LED is ON, please check the +24V,dc presence at the DRM401's output
channel.

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Operating Panel.
The following operations and indications are available in relation to the Cylinder Cut-out System - CCO
Option - with the EGS2200-STD.
There are no [ SETTINGS ] available for the CCO system.

3.1

Manual Cancellation of the CCO function.


It is possible to cancel the function of the CCO control by forcing the two relay outputs to remain nonenergized (constantly open contacts). This is done by softkey operation from the keyboard of the Operating
Panel.
Basic Mode Overview Display:

ACTUAL RPM
xxx.x CTRL MODE <EGSctrl>
GOV. SETPOINT xxx.x STATUS
<EGS basic>
REM. SETPOINT xxx.x MANUAL SETP
xxx.x
<Oldest unacknowledged alarm/Alarm stat>
Press [ SELECT ] hardkey and select EGS2200 CONTROL:

SELECT CONTROL GROUP:


10 EGS2200: OVERVIEW
11 EGS2200: CONTROL
SELECT CONTROL OBJECT:
EGS2200A MODE SELECTOR
EGS2200C TACHO SYSTEM
EGS2200F CYLINDER CUT-OUT SYS
Select CYLINDER CUT-OUT SYS by using the [ Arrow ]- and [ ENT ] keys
and thereupon activate MANUAL CANCEL the four status fields in line two are explained in the
following section:

EGS2200F
CYLINDER CUT-OUT SYS
<CCOReq> <CCOStat> <CCOStat1> <CCOStat2>
|S|CCO
|S|MANUAL |S|
|S|MORE
|1|ON
|2|CANCEL |3|
|4|
Figure A13.2: Manual Cancellation of the CCO function.
No EGS2200-STD alarm is released, when the CCO is cancelled manually.
The manual cancellation is effective until manually setting the CCO to ON.

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3.2 CCO Status.


Pressing the [ STATUS ] key when the CYLINDER CUT-OUT SYS System is selected will go to the
Cylinder Cut-out System status list showing detailed information about the CCO system:

EGS2200F
CYLINDER CUT-OUT SYS
CCO TEST REQUEST
<CCOReq>
CCO CONTROL STATUS
<CCOStat>
CCO GROUP 1 STATUS
<CCOStat1>
CCO GROUP 2 STATUS
<CCOStat2>

Figure A13.3: Status for CCO.


Status information include:
<CCOReq>

<CCOStat>

<CCOStat1>
<CCOStat2>

ReqCutCut
ReqCutOn
ReqOnCut
ReqOnOn
TEST OFF
MAN CANCL
CCO ON
ACTIVE
PASSIVE
DEV CANCL
LLC CANCL
MAN CANCL
TEST MODE
GoTo STOP
Gr1Cutout
Gr1FuelOn
Gr2Cutout
Gr2FuelOn

Test Cyl. Group 1 / 2 are Cut-out / Cut-out


Test Cyl. Group 1 / 2 are Cut-out / ON Fuel
Test Cyl. Group 1 / 2 are ON Fuel / Cut-out
Test Cyl. Group 1 / 2 are ON Fuel / ON Fuel
CCO Test mode is requested OFF
CCO Manual Cancellation is requested
Normal CCO operation is requested
Cylinder group 1 and 2 are controlled by the CCO
a) Rpm is above the range with CCO in control
b) Stop, Sh.d., starting or Local Control is present
Rpm setpoint / rpm deviation causes Cancellation
Load Limits Cancelled is present
Manual cancellation is present
CCO Test mode is present
Test Mode only allowed with STOP order present
Cylinder Group 1 is cut-out
Cylinder Group 1 is running on fuel
Cylinder Group 2 is cut-out
Cylinder Group 2 is running on fuel

3.3 Testing the CCO option from the Operating Panel.


The two CCO relay outputs can be individually tested with stopped engine. Please refer to the User Manual
chapter 4.6.6 for further details concerning the test procedure from the Operating Panel.

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Hardware Details.
There are no hardware changes in relation to the introduction of the Cylinder Cut-out System as an option
with the Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD:
The two binary output signals for the CCO option are implemented by directly using the relay output signals
at the DRM401 module of the EGS2200-STD.
Each binary output is connected to a solenoid valve for cutting out - closed contact output - one group of
cylinders. The solenoid valves activate the puncture valve in the fuel pump for those cylinders to be cut-out,
respectively. The valves are to be mounted in parallel with the existing stop valve in the manoeuvring
system.
In the passive state with fuel supplied for all cylinders - e.g. during a temporary power down of the
EGS2200-STD - the relay outputs of the EGS2200-STD are in the open contact position.

4.1

Technical specification for the CCO Option.


Relay output for actuating solenoid valve:
Output: max 32V,dc / 6 A, max 250V,ac / 1500VA .
A diode (1N4007 or equivalent) must be mounted at the coil of the solenoid valve.
There is no supervision of the output signal.

4.2

Installation of the CCO Option.


Figure A13.2 below shows the installation of the CCO system in relation to it's application together with the
Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD channel nos are default values:

Activation of solenoid valves for Cylinder Cut-out System option in EGS2200-STD:


DRM401 relay module:
Channel
No. 14 and 15
CCO output

SOLENOID VALVE
FITTED ON ENGINE

+24V,dc

Max 6A
Closed contact =
Cylinder cut-out

0V,L

Diode: 1N4007

Figure A.13.2: CCO binary outputs +24V,dc output for solenoid valves.
A yellow LED on the DRM401 module will be lit, when the output is activated. This LED monitors the
current through the coil of the internal relay.
There is no supervision of the +24V,dc output for the solenoid valve.

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User Manual for MAN Diesel MC/MC-C Engines App. B: Wiring Diagrams

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Appendix B
Wiring Diagrams
This appendix comprises the wiring diagrams for the EGS2200-STD. The wiring diagrams cover all the available
options. The options which are installed are listed in section 1.6.4.
This set of drawings comprises electrical wirings, lay-out and outline, module card jumper settings and switch settings
etc.
This document comprises a standard set of drawings, with a number of options shown that will not be present in
all installations. The configuration for the particular installation is provided in section 12 of the EGS2200 Users
Manual.

List of Diagrams/Drawings:
Cable Diagram for FPP installations
Basic Drawings for FPP installations with earth fault relay
Basic Drawings for FPP installations without earth fault relay
Cable Diagram for CPP installations
Basic Drawings for CPP installations with earth fault relay
Basic Drawings for CPP installations without earth fault relay
Control Cabinet Component Location with earth fault relay
Control Cabinet Component Location without earth fault relay
Control Cabinet Outline
Operating Panel Outline
Operating Panel Connection Terminal
Transformer Outline
Actuator Cable lay-out
Actuator Size D-3 Outline
Actuator Size D-7 Outline
Actuator Size D-14 Outline
Actuator Size D-29 Outline
Actuator Connection Box Outline
M18 Tacho Pick-up Outline
Adjustment of Tacho Pick-ups
Typical arrangement of Tacho Pick-ups on Engine Flywheel
Junction Box for Tacho Pick-ups
Electr.-pneum. Converter for VIT Principle & El.-connection
Electr.-pneum. Converter for VIT Outline
Knick isolation amplifier lowpass filter setup

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Appendix C
Installation Specific Adjustments
This appendix comprises tables for recording the adjustments made at seatrial, 1st. adjustment and 2nd.
adjustment. Tables are included for the Engine Governor System EGS2200-STD and for all available options. The
actual options included are indicated in section 1.6.4.
Tables with italicized text are not adjustable from the Operating Panel via the USER PASSWORD.

List of Tables:
C.0.1 General Installation Setup..................................................................................................................... C-2
C.0.2 Scavenging Air Limitation...................................................................................................................... C-4
C.0.3 Engine Torque Limitation ...................................................................................................................... C-5
C.1.a Engine Load Limit Option: Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Pre-warning ............................................... C-6
C.1.b Engine Load Limit Option: Engine Torque Limit Pre-warning ............................................................... C-7
C.2 Shaftgenerator Option.............................................................................................................................. C-8
C.3 Instruments Option................................................................................................................................... C-9
C.4 Variable Injection Timing Option ............................................................................................................ C-10
C.5 Controllable Pitch Propeller Option ........................................................................................................ C-11
C.6 Lubrication Oil Dosing Option ................................................................................................................ C-11
C.7 Control Options ...................................................................................................................................... C-12
C.8 Slowdown Option ................................................................................................................................... C-12
C.10 Loadprogram Options .......................................................................................................................... C-13
C.13 MAN Diesel Cylinder Cut Out System.................................................................................................. C-14
C.14 Main Engine Running Option for CPP.................................................................................................. C-14

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C.0.1 General Installation Setup

Parameter Name

Data Adjustment
Unit

Nominal gain for PI-controller at rpm,mcr.

Gain

Nominal integration time for PI-controller at rpm,mcr.

sec

Deadband for PI-controller when rpm mode is selected.

rpm

Extended deadband for PI-controller when power mode is


selected.

rpm

Deadband for PI-controller, when Index Mode is selected on


the Operating Panel.
The gain is zero inside the deadband.

rpm

Mode selector related parameter used in AUTO mode:


When rpm ahead is less than this value, then RPM Mode is
selected.

rpm

Maximum rpm setpoint (minimum is 10% of this value).

rpm

Rpm setpoint high value from Bridge.

rpm

Rpm setpoint high value from ECR.

rpm

RPM Setpoint limit for Highspeed Module.

rpm

Normal trigger limit for Highspeed Module.

rpm

Overrange trigger limit for Highspeed Module.

rpm

Stabilizing rpm setpoint after start order, i.e. idling speed for
CPP installations.

rpm

Timer for stabilizing rpm setpoint order after start order is


issued.

sec

Ship's index max, which is adjusted during Seatrial and


frozen from then on.

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.

2nd.
Adj.

%EGS

Ship's Fuel Max Factor, which is adjustable under USER


PASSWORD: Typically used due to wear or changed fuel
quality.
Load Limit Cancel:
Extra index for Scavenging Air Press. Limit Curve.

%EGS

Load Limit Cancel:


Extra index for Engine Torque Limit Curve.

%EGS

Load Limit Cancel: Extra startlevel index contribution.

%EGS

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C.0.1 General Installation Setup

Data Adjustment

Parameter Name

Unit

Startlevel index valid for ahead and astern.

%EGS

Timer for startlevel index after start order.

sec

Startlevel RPM, i.e. startlevel index is only used, if rpm is


less than this value the instant that a start order is given.

rpm

Actuator position for 100% load.

%EGS

Actuator position for engine losses included, i.e. zero


effective engine load.

%EGS

Actuator position for fuel pumps starting to deliver fuel.

%EGS

Fuel pump index corresponding to


100 mm actuator index.

mm Fuel
Pump Index

Fuel pump index corresponding to


0 mm actuator index.

mm Fuel
Pump Index

Engine RPM at MCR.

rpm

Effective Scavenging Air Pressure at MCR.

bar

Scavenging Air Pressure transducer's


maximum pressure.

bar

Delay of binary output: Actuator index limited.

sec

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.

2nd.
Adj.

Table C.0.1: Ship's adjusted General control parameters.

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C.0.2 Scavenging Air Limitation

Data Adjustment

Variable Name

Abbreviation
at Operating Panel

Unit

Scavenging air pressure

PSCAV X0

bar

Scavenging air pressure

PSCAV X1

bar

Scavenging air pressure

PSCAV X2

bar

Scavenging air pressure

PSCAV X3

bar

Scavenging air pressure

PSCAV X4

bar

Scavenging air Index limit

PSCAV Y0

%EGS

Scavenging air Index limit

PSCAV Y1

%EGS

Scavenging air Index limit

PSCAV Y2

%EGS

Scavenging air Index limit

PSCAV Y3

%EGS

Scavenging air Index limit

PSCAV Y4

%EGS

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.
0

2nd.
Adj.
0

Table C.0.2: Ship's adjusted Scavenging Air Pressure Limitation Curve.


Note: PSCAV X0, ... , PSCAV X4 must be strictly in increasing order of magnitude.

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C.0.3 Engine Torque Limitation


Variable Name

Abbreviation
at Operating Panel

Data Adjustment
Unit

Shaft speed RPM

TORQUE X0

RPM

Shaft speed RPM

TORQUE X1

RPM

Shaft speed RPM

TORQUE X2

RPM

Shaft speed RPM

TORQUE X3

RPM

Shaft speed RPM

TORQUE X4

RPM

Torque Index Limit

TORQUE Y0

%EGS

Torque Index Limit

TORQUE Y1

%EGS

Torque Index Limit

TORQUE Y2

%EGS

Torque Index Limit

TORQUE Y3

%EGS

Torque Index Limit

TORQUE Y4

%EGS

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.
0

2nd.
Adj.
0

Table C.0.3: Ship's adjusted Engine Torque Limitation Curve.


Note: TORQUE X0, ... , TORQUE X4 must be strictly in increasing order of magnitude.

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C.1.a Engine Load Limit Option:


Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Pre-warning
Parameter Name

Data Adjustment
Unit

Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Prewarning Curve:


Air pressure for breakpoint no. 0.

mbar

Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Prewarning Curve:


Air pressure for breakpoint no. 1.

mbar

Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Prewarning Curve:


Air pressure for breakpoint no. 2.

mbar

Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Prewarning Curve:


Air pressure for breakpoint no. 3.

mbar

Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Prewarning Curve:


Air Pressure for breakpoint no. 4.

mbar

Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Prewarning Curve:


Index for breakpoint no. 0.

%EGS

Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Prewarning Curve:


Index for breakpoint no. 1.

%EGS

Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Prewarning Curve:


Index for breakpoint no. 2.

%EGS

Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Prewarning Curve:


Index for breakpoint no. 3.

%EGS

Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Prewarning Curve:


Index for breakpoint no. 4.

%EGS

Delay of binary output: Scavenging Air Pressure Limit


Prewarning.
Polarity of binary output:
Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Prewarning.

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.
0

2nd.
Adj.
0

sec
0 = NO
1 = NC

Table C.1.a: Ship's adjusted Scavenging Air Pressure Limit Pre-warning Curve.
Note: Scavenging Air Pressure values must be strictly in increasing order of magnitude.

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C.1.b Engine Load Limit Option:


Engine Torque Limit Pre-warning
Parameter Name

Data Adjustment

Unit

Engine Torque Limit Prewarning Curve:


RPM for breakpoint no. 0.

rpm

Engine Torque Limit Prewarning Curve:


RPM for breakpoint no. 1.

rpm

Engine Torque Limit Prewarning Curve:


RPM for breakpoint no. 2.

rpm

Engine Torque Limit Prewarning Curve:


RPM for breakpoint no. 3.

rpm

Engine Torque Limit Prewarning Curve:


RPM for breakpoint no. 4.

rpm

Engine Torque Limit Prewarning Curve:


Index for breakpoint no. 0.

%EGS

Engine Torque Limit Prewarning Curve:


Index for breakpoint no. 1.

%EGS

Engine Torque Limit Prewarning Curve:


Index for breakpoint no. 2.

%EGS

Engine Torque Limit Prewarning Curve:


Index for breakpoint no. 3.

%EGS

Engine Torque Limit Prewarning Curve:


Index for breakpoint no. 4.

%EGS

Delay of binary output: Engine Torque Limit


Prewarning.
Polarity of binary output:
Engine Torque Limit Prewarning.

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.
0

2nd.
Adj.
0

sec
0 = NO
1 = NC

Table C.1.b: Ship's adjusted Engine Torque Limit Pre-warning Curve.


Note: RPM values must be strictly in increasing order of magnitude.

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Data Adjustment

C.2. Shaft Generator Option


Parameter Name

Unit

Rpm setpoint slope value, when a


Shaftgenerator is connected to the busbar.

rpm/sec

Shaftgenerator in range A:
Minimum RPM setpoint limit allowed.

rpm

Shaftgenerator in range B:
Minimum RPM setpoint limit allowed.

rpm

Shaftgenerator in range A:
Maximum RPM setpoint limit allowed.

rpm

Shaftgenerator in range B:
Maximum RPM setpoint limit allowed.

rpm

Timedelay for Alarm No. 54:


SG RANGE ALARM.
Alarm for rpm or rpm setpoint outside range for
running with connected Shaftgenerator.

sec

The actual level for Constant RPM Setpoint.

rpm

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.

2nd.
Adj.

Table C.2: Ship's adjusted Shaft Generator Option.

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C.3 Instruments Option

Parameter Name
EGS2200-STD variable to be output
at analog output channel 2:

Data Adjustment
Unit

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.

2nd.
Adj.

PT No.

Analog output channel 2: Internal minimum value.


Analog output channel 2: Internal "middle" value.
Analog output channel 2: Internal maximum value.
Analog output channel 2: Output minimum value.
Analog output channel 2: Output "middle" value.
Analog output channel 2: Output maximum value.
EGS2200-STD variable to be output
at analog output channel 3:

PT No.

Analog output channel 3: Internal minimum value.


Analog output channel 3: Internal "middle" value.
Analog output channel 3: Internal maximum value.
Analog output channel 3: Output minimum value.
Analog output channel 3: Output "middle" value.
Analog output channel 3: Output maximum value.
EGS2200-STD variable to be output
at analog output channel 4:

PT No.

Analog output channel 4: Internal minimum value.


Analog output channel 4: Internal "middle" value.
Analog output channel 4: Internal maximum value.
Analog output channel 4: Output minimum value.
Analog output channel 4: Output "middle" value.
Analog output channel 4: Output maximum value.

Table C.3: Ship's adjusted Instrument Option.

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C.4 Variable Injection Timing Option


Variable Name

Abbreviation
at Operating Panel

Data Adjustment
Unit

Offset for fuel quality

poffset

bar

Conversion factor from p to output


signal (mA)

Gain kI

mA/
bar

pmax

bar

Max cyl. pressure pmax


Ratio of pcomp to psc

Ratio kc

Pressure rise at Pk

delta pk

bar

Pressure rise at 100%

delta p100

bar

Pressure rise at Pmin

delta pmin

bar

Pmin

Pk,break

Max allowed ctrl. range

delta pmax,control

bar

Max allowed p

delta pmax,allowed

bar

Ramp increase time


for 100% VIT change
(4-20mA) t1

Ramp increasing

sec

Ramp decrease time


for 100% VIT change
(4-20mA) t2

Ramp decreasing

sec

Engine minimum power


Engine power Pk

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.

2nd.
Adj.

Table C.4: Ship's adjusted parameters for the Variable Injection Timing Option.

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C.5 Controllable Pitch Propeller Option

Parameter Name

Data Adjustment
Sea
Trial

Unit

Extra startlevel index for CPP installations:


Zero pitch has zero extra startlevel index
and 100% pitch equals this parameter value.
Linear interpolation with pitch is used.

%EGS

Pitch slope limit:


Alarm limit for maximum pitch rate of change.

%pitch/sec

Timedelay for Alarm No. 63:


PITCH VELOCITY ERR.
Pitch rate of change is too large.

1st.
Adj.

2nd.
Adj.

Cylinder firings

Table C.5: Ship's adjusted parameters for the Controllable Pitch Propeller Option

C.6 Lubrication Oil Dosing Option


Variable Name

Abbreviation
at Operating Panel

Data Adjustment
Unit

Ramp time tr

RAMP TIME tr

sec

Telegraph position change posr

TELEGRAPH
CHANGE POS

Timer ts

TIMER ts

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.

2nd.
Adj.

min

Table C.6: Ship's adjusted parameters for the Lubrication Oil Dosing Option.

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C.7 Control Options

Data Adjustment

Parameter Name

Unit

Critical Speed Range minimum rpm setpoint limit.

rpm

Critical Speed Range maximum rpm setpoint limit.

rpm

Critical Speed Range supervision's minimum rpm.

rpm

Critical Speed Range supervision's maximum rpm.

rpm

Timedelay for Alarm No. 56:


CRITICAL RPM ALARM.
Rpm inside Critical Speed Range for too long time.

sec

Minimum remaining index required for FPP passage of


Critical Speed Range.

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.

2nd.
Adj.

%EGS

Timeout for obtaining the remaining index mentioned


above for passage of Critical Speed Range.

sec

Normal rpm setpoint slope value.

rpm/sec

Table C.7: Ship's adjusted Control Options.

Data Adjustment

C.8 Slowdown Option


Parameter Name

Unit

RPM setpoint level, when Slowdown is present.

rpm

Timedelay from detected Slowdown at the analog


input until RPM setpoint is affected.

sec

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.

2nd.
Adj.

Table C.8: Ship's adjusted Slowdown Option.

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C.10 Loadprogram Options


Parameter Name

Data Adjustment
Unit

Index Loadprogram low index limit.

%EGS

Index Loadprogram high index limit.

%EGS

Index Loadprogram window size.

%EGS

Load Limit Cancel:


Extra index for Index Loadprogram.

%EGS

Index Loadprogram load-down speed.

%EGS/10
sec

Index Loadprogram load-up speed.

%EGS/10
sec

Index Loadprogr. timedelay before it starts to run upward.

sec

Index Loadprogr. timedelay before it starts to run downward.

sec

RPM Loadprogram low rpm limit.

rpm

RPM Loadprogram middle rpm limit.

rpm

RPM Loadprogram high rpm limit.

rpm

RPM Loadprogram window size.

rpm

RPM Loadprogram load-down speed in the high range.

rpm/10sec

RPM Loadprogram load-up speed in the high range.

rpm/10sec

RPM Loadprogram load-down speed in the low range.

rpm/10sec

RPM Loadprogram load-up speed in the low range.

rpm/10sec

RPM Loadprogram timedelay before it starts to INDICATE


running upwards.

sec

RPM Loadprogram timedelay before it starts to run downward. Indication comes at once.

sec

Timedelay before the RPM Loadprogram is reset, when


rpm is less than the level given by the next parameter.

sec

RPM Loadprogram is reset, when rpm is less than this rpm


level.

rpm

RPM Loaddown program is cutout, when RPM Setpoint is


less than this rpm level.

rpm

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.

2nd.
Adj.

Table C.10: Ship's adjusted Loadprogram Options.

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C.13 MAN Diesel Cylinder Cut Out System.


Parameter Name

Data Adjustment
Unit

Rpm level for enabling Cylinder Cut Out function.

rpm

Rpm setp. this much larger than actual rpm disables cut out.

rpm

Engine detected stopped rpm level.

rpm

Delay before enabling cut out.

sec

Delay of disabling cut out caused by changed rpm setp. level.

sec

Prevent cut out during start in ahead direction.

sec

Prevent cut out during start in astern direction.

sec

Cut Out sequence length.

min

Overlap in cut out sequence.

sec

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.

2nd.
Adj.

Table C.13: Cylinder Cut Out System parameters.

C.14 Main Engine Running Option for CPP


Parameter Name
Main engine running RPM level.

Data Adjustment
Unit

Sea
Trial

1st.
Adj.

2nd.
Adj.

rpm

Table C.14: Main Engine Running Option for CPP installations.

1
1

End of document.

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