Connection cables at electrical automation equipments. Mounting electrical automation panels on the pedestal. I made connections: automated systems, electro-valves, thermostats, pressure switches.
Preparation electrical equipment (automatic panels, switchboards, wheelhouse consoles) in the electrical workshop, this means planting accessories within their equipment and connection by electrical diagram Connection cables at electrical automation equipments on board cruise ship MARINA Mounting electrical automation panels on the pedestal. I made connections: automated systems, electro-valves, thermostats, pressure switches, limiters for doors, pumps, JB connections, lighting equipment, fire detection equipment, telecommunication systems, and U.P.S. connections.
Connection cables at electrical equipments on board M/V OCEAN EUROPE, M/V ROGNE and M/V GSP PRINCE. I mounted electrical equipment on the pedestal: sockets, switches, starters, electrical panels, lighting, etc.. I made connections: automated systems, JB connections, lighting equipment, fire detection equipment, telecommunication systems, and U.P.S connections.
I was part of the crew at those ships: Frigate Rgele Ferdinand F 211 (July 2004 until September 2008) Vessel Carrying Missile VPR 204 (February 2002 until July 2004) Vessel Carrying Torpedoes VTM 211 (October 2000 until February 2002) I have attended at training in England for a period of 6 months, at this training I learned about: - knowledge of ship - operation and maintenance techniques - putting out the fire - ship’s vitality - survival on sea Maintenance and repair of electrical equipment on board Frigate Rgele Ferdinand and namely: - grease electrical motors, - periodic maintenance of starters electrical cabinets and electrical motors, - maintenance the installation of lighting and sockets, - identify problems from electrical equipment and address them. Equipment used: Unilap Iso 5 KV normal insulation tester, Megohmmeter Fluke 1520, Clamp Meter 337 Fluke, Ground Fault Detector, Multimeter Fluke