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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 - 1 SCOPE


  1.1 Electronic inclinometers are intended to support the decision-making process on board in order to avoid dangerous situations as well as assist in and facilitate maritime casualty investigations by providing information about the roll period and the heel angle of the ship.

  1.2 Electronic inclinometers should, in a reliable form:

  • .1 determine the actual heel angle with the required accuracy;

  • .2 determine the roll amplitude with the required accuracy;

  • .3 determine the roll period with the required accuracy;

  • .4 present the information on a bridge display; and

  • .5 provide a standardized interface to instantaneous heel angle to the voyage data recorder (VDR).

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