New Henschel Engine Order Telegraph Catalogs Available

Henschel Corporation has announced the introduction of two new Engine Order Telegraphs.

This rugged, reliable equipment is used to transmit engine orders and replies between the wheelhouse and engine room.

These lever-operated transmitter/indicators are designed for console mounting, and wheelhouse units are readily visible from all bridge locations.

Henschel's new Engine Order Telegraphs are available as single-lever units for singleengine vessels and double lever units for ships with double engines or shafts. Bell logger contacts are provided in all units.

Other standard features include a built-in constant-ringing circuit, eliminating the need for a separate Constant Ringing Relay Panel as part of the Engine Order Telegraph system.

Units may be arranged with dials and switch contacts, etc., to suit any specific application.

They are the latest additions to Henschel's extensive line of engine order telegraphs, throttle controls and other ship control equipment. These two new low-cost engine order telegraphs are especially designed for reliable operation in the marine environment and are designed to meet all the present requirements of the U.S. Coast Guard.

They are designated as Catalog No. 10- 2303 Series (for single engine applications), and the Catalog No. 10-2300 Series (for double engine applications).

For further information, contact John G.

Landers, Henschel Corporation, 14 Cedar Street, Amesbury, Mass. 01913.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 50,  Nov 1977

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