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SAMCon High Voltage Shore Connection System On-shore and Onboard Emission-free Power Supply

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SAMCon High Voltage On-shore Power Supply System (OPS) There is increasing pressure on shipping operators and port authorities worldwide to improve air quality in ports. One solution to reduce emission in ports is using onshore power supply ­systems (OPS). While staying in port OPS, also known as AMP (Alternative Marine Power), reduces air emissions such as nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulphur oxiedes (SOx) and diesel fine particulate matter (PM) by switching of the fuel driven power generators on board. For the OPS program SAM has developed a modular shore connection system called SAMCon. It provides...

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SAMCon consist of key components like, stateof-the-art switchgears, low loss frequency converters and power transformers, control and protection systems on shore as well as the equipment needed on board of the vessel to plug in at shore. Due to the different design of ships SAM has developed various solutions in the last years. In practical operation these systems allows a shore powers supply of the vessel with easy plug in connections. These connections are customized to the demands of the ships to meet the latest IEC standards. What are the benefits of the system? Customized solutions due to...

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SAMCon High Voltage On-shore Power Supply System (OPS) At the beginning of 2009, the SAM project team was able to realise the first complete onshore power supply system, supplying container ships with electrical energy from shore, converted from 50Hz to 60 Hz , in Antwerp ( Belgium). Frequency Converter and switchboard at terminal The on shore 50Hz/60Hz frequency converter is fed from the 15.5kV utility network via circuit breaker and step-down transformer (15.5kV / 690V). The frequency converter is based on a platform of SAM standard PWM inverter systems (pulse width modulation) with IGBT modules...

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The essential control voltage for the converter, the PLC’s power supply (programmable logic controller) and the switchboard control voltage are powered by a UPS unit (uninterruptible power supply). In case of utility voltage drop, the converter will either stay on continuous working operation or will shut down safely, dependent on the dropping duration. The shore supply and converter systems are controlled by two microprocessor units. One unit belongs to the converter, the other PLC unit belongs to the control cabinet on ship side. The PLC’s are connected via fibre optic core, which is integral...

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SAMCon Single Component Solution The SAMCon system consists of several modules as there are: Management and control cabinet [SCS-MC] Cable reel [SCS-CR] including n Interface for safety interlocks between shore and ship installation n Communication between ship and shore, scope of information to beexchanged according to individual port specifications n Interface to ship automation system n Medium voltage cable including fibre optic-, control cable and protective earth n Plug, incl. power-, control- and fibre optic cable contacts for shore connection according to standards required by individual...

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Container Solution Container solution [SCS-C20/40] For retrofitting of existing vessels SAM is providing container solutions as well as single components for installation on board. Due to the use of 20” standard containers, a flexible location on board is possible. On request or depending on the project, a solution with 40” container is also available. For low voltage applications we are offering a solution with step-down transformer (SCS-TR). The components are either installed in different locations on board or combined in a container. The following equipment could be installed in a container:...

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SAMCon Printed in Germany • Technical alterations reserved • © SAM Electronics GmbH • DS 1.090.07/2012 Solution Proposals SAM Electronics GmbH Drives and Special Systems Behringstrasse 120 22763 Hamburg . Germany Phone: +49 (0)40 - 88 25 - 27 20 Fax +49 (0)40 - 88 25 - 41 02 DSS@sam-electronics.de www.sam-electronics.de

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