10 CONNECTIONS TO OTHER EQUIPMENT
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Statutory Documents - IMO Publications and Documents - Resolutions - Maritime Safety Committee - Resolution MSC.363(92) Performance Standards for Electronic Inclinometers (Adopted on 14 June 2013) - Annex Performance Standards for Electronic Inclinometers - 10 CONNECTIONS TO OTHER EQUIPMENT

10 CONNECTIONS TO OTHER EQUIPMENT

  10.1 Electronic inclinometers should comprise a digital interface providing actual heel angle information to other systems like, e.g. VDR, with an update rate of at least 5 Hz. Electronic inclinometers should also comprise a digital interface providing the displayed information of roll period and roll amplitude (see paragraph 7.1).

  10.2 Electronic inclinometers should have a bidirectional interface to facilitate communication, to transfer alerts from inclinometers to external systems and to acknowledge and silence alerts from external systems.

  10.3 The digital interface should comply with the relevant international standardsfootnote.


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