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Adam Equipment CPWplus 150M Floor Scale With 330lb/150kg Capacity And 0.1lb/50g Readability
For testing in the laboratory or on the factory floor, the CPWplus-M large platform is durable and provides ample weighing area. For shipping and receiving, or in a doctor’s or vet’s office, these platforms combined with the dynamic weighing mode and mountable indicator make the CPWplus-M extremely versatile. The platform is equipped with wheels and a handle for easy mobility, and the scale can be integrated into dispatch systems with the standard RS-232 interface. For food processing or agriculture the stainless steel platforms are removable for easy cleaning.
"Solen" GHPG MIMC Autospec
picture from "Tanker times"
picture shows the shipsradiostation on "Solen" GHPG
with Autospec equipment fitted.
Two other S-class sisters "SEPIA" PHKW, and "SERENIA" GHLE were also taking part in this experiment. Did have the same equipment.
So did the "ALUCO" GCJU, "ARIANTA" GCNU, and "AMORIA" GCXU
The program was intended to detect changes in the performance of ships at sea almost immediately in Londen. Even though a vessel is on the other side of the world.
The cause of these changes should be isolated.
A system of high-speed transmitting and analysing of information was developed by Shell International Marine Ltd and MIMC. New instruments for recording vital data on board ships and new wireless transmission equipment was installed.
An airconditioned crew cabin aft housed a specially built data logger.
Its clock speed was about one per second.
Output was in the form a 5 unit telex code punched papertape.
Ships performance data was transmitted daily into Shell Centre London.
This data is fed into computers. The system should assist Shell in improving the efficiency of its oil tanker operations.
A ship's performance changes as a result of deterioration of the boilers, marine growth and corrosion on the hull or damage to propellers.
The only means of measuring the ship's performance until now (1964) is the "measured mile".
For large tankers there were only two places suitable for making the measured mile runs, one off Scotland and the other off the coast of Malta.
The whole aim of Shell's approach to the transmission and analysis of voyage data has been precision and speed.
To obtain reliable data great attention has been paid to the installation of the most accurate and reliable instruments possible. For example, Shell's research laboratories have modified the design of a torsion meter so that its measurements can be fed directly to automatic data recording equipment (data logger) on board.
The data are transmitted to the GPO radio station at Bearley, Warwickshire or to the Dutch PTT station Scheveningenradio. The signals are then sent on by land line to Shell Centre in London.
An exceptionally high degree of transmission accuracy is absolutely essential in such a system, which must operate over great distances under adverse conditions of interference, noise or fading.
A new type of automatic error-correcting equipment was developed by MIMC, "Autospec" . This system requires no extra transmission path for requesting repetitions, compaired to the Dutch SITOR. Teleprinter signals are changed into a special code and fed into the ships radio transmitter. At the receiving end, Shell Centre London, the Autospec terminal can determine whether an error has occurred and, in the majority of cases, automatically correct the error.
The New Carriers.
A computer generated image (CGI) of one of the two new Royal Navy aircraft carriers soon to be built, passing Round Tower and out of the Naval Dockyard at Portsmouth, Hampshire..
The construction of the Armed Forces’ new aircraft carriers pressed forward in July 2009, as Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal performed the steel cutting for the first of the Queen Elizabeth aircraft carriers at BVT Surface Fleet’s shipyard in Govan, Glasgow..
The ceremony marked the start of the manufacture of the Royal Navy’s largest ever warships. Together with the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) aircraft and the brand new Type 45 destroyers, they will form the cornerstone of Britain’s future ability to jointly project air power worldwide from land or sea at a time and place of UK’s choosing..
The future aircraft carriers, to be named HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH and HMS PRINCE OF WALES, will be the biggest and most powerful surface warships ever constructed in the UK. They will provide our forces with world-class capabilities, supporting peace-keeping, conflict prevention and our strategic operational priorities. They will be a highly versatile and potent joint defence asset, able to meet the widest range of tasks.
Picture courtesy of MoD
shipping computer equipment
Reliable and durable in lab or factory, the CPWplus-P with pillar mounted display offers compact portability, simple operation, an ample 11.8” x 11.8” platform, and red construction. All models are well suited for shipping and receiving applications. For food processing or agriculture the stainless steel platform is removable for easy cleaning. A bi-directional RS-232 interface allows connection to printers or computers. Using standard commands users can request gross, net and tare weights be sent automatically.
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