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Electrical System

AC System

Vessel is fitted with two (2) 240 volt AC shore inlets. House shore power is fed through a 12KVA isolation transformer. The air conditioning may be operated from the house shore power or from its own dedicated shore power inlet which is equipped with a galvanic isolator. The air conditioning may be operated from either 50 Hz or 60 Hz current. Current is distributed through custom PAE electrical panels containing 240 volt AC and 120 volt AC sections, volt and amp meters and individual breakers for functions

One (1) 3.5 kW 24 volt inverter/charger with remote control panel. Electrical panel is fitted with an inverter bypass switch in the event of failure

AC Outlets are standard Vimar US format 120 volt AC

All Vimar outlets in head compartment, galley, ER and exterior are GFCI type

All external outlets have water proof covers

Two (2) Glendinning shore power cord retrieval systems are provided. One (1) each for the 240 volt house shore power and air conditioning shore power. Each system to be provided with 100' (30.48 m) of shore power cable

Install (2) 100' (30.48 m) 100 amp shore cords at the transom for the Glendinning system


DC System

DC power is provided by 12 volt DC and 24 volt DC systems. The primary DC system is 24 volts and the secondary system is 12 volts for any equipment that is available in 12 volts only

Standard batteries are provided as follows

24 volt DC house battery bank - Consists of eight (8) 8D, 12 volt AGM Batteries @ 255 Ah each. Four (4) groups of two (2) batteries each are connected in parallel. The two groups are connected in series to provide a total battery bank rating of 1000 amp/hr at 24 volt

12 volt DC house power is drawn from one (1) 8D battery located in the PH

Main engine starting - Two (2) 4D AGM Batteries connected in series for 24 volt starting. Switching logic to parallel with 24 volt house bank for emergency starting

40 kW Generator starting - Two (2) "Group 31" AGM Batteries connected in series for 24 volt starting

Wing Engine/27.5 kW Generator starting - Two (2) "Group 31" AGM Batteries connected in series for 24 volt starting

24 volt battery charging is provided in the following ways

The inverter/charger provide a total of about 100 amps at 24 volts

One (1) Victron Skylla 100 amp charger which operates on 240 volt AC-50 Hz or 60 Hz. This charger is a back up to the inverter/charger

Main engine starting battery bank is charged from a dedicated alternator on the engine

40 kW Onan generator has a 20 amp 24 volt alternator which charges the starting battery

27.5 kW Onan generator has a 20 amp 24 volt alternator which charges the starting batteries

Wing engine has a 100 amp 24 volt alternator which charges the starting battery

Xantrax Tru-Charge 20 for the 12 volt battery in the pilothouse


Battery Cable: to be sized and color-coded


Wire Color Coded per ABYC standards when possible


All Wiring to be "tinned" copper


All Wiring Connections except behind electrical panels to be sealed with "shrink wrap". Connectors to be ring type with closed end seamless construction


SSB Radio Ground Plate and Lightning Ground Systems


Electrolysis Control

All thru hulls to be bonded together with a #6 green wire and tied into the DC ground system

All hardware mounted below water line - i.e. stuffing box, rudder shoe, rudder frame, all thru hulls, engines, and strainers to be grounded into bonding system

Zinc plates: Three (3) zinc plates to be tied into the bonding system

"Perry nut" zinc on end of propeller shaft

Collar zinc on the wing engine shaft


AC Genset 1 - Onan 40 kW #MDDCA with sound shield providing 120/240 volt AC current at 60 Hz

AC Genset 2 - Onan 27.5 kW #MDKBT with sound shield providing 120/240 volt AC current at 60 Hz

Generator fuel filter- Racor 900FG


Electrical Panels (subject to change)

Main AC distribution and control panel located in forward stb corner of salon

Main DC distribution and control panel located in forward stb corner of salon

Sub DC distribution panel in wheel house with pump monitor lights

House battery control panel in fwd foyer/laundry area

Engine/gen start battery and emergency parallel control panel at entrance to engine room

Generator start/stop panel in wheel house


*Specifications subject to change without notice and at the discretion of designers and builders.
**Dimensions are subject to change with Buyer’s selected options and personal effects which may add to displacement and increase both draft and waterline length

Last updated: 7/20/09

 

 



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