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Seit 75 Jahren liefert ZÖLLNER Schallsignalanlagen wie ZET-Hörner, Makrofone und ZETFONe für alle Schiffstypen und -klassen nach SOLAS, COLREG 1972 und EU-Normen. Ob Neubau oder Nachrüstung, wir bieten ein breites Produktportfolio, das weltweit gefragt ist.

Wir sind stolz darauf, jetzt das neuestes Produkt in unserem Hornsortiment zu präsentieren: Diamond Triple Makrofon YM125.

Diese Produktinnovation ist akustisch und optisch einzigartig und passt perfekt zu hochentwickelten Yachten.

Sicherheit an Bord: Unverzichtbar!

ZET-Horn

The ZÖLLNER ZET-Horn was the first piston type whistle on the world market driven by an AC 3phase motor. An essential component is the piston inside the cylinder driven by an AC 3phase motor via connecting rod, crankshaft and gearwheels. The piston oscillates at a certain frequency which makes the air inside the sound horn vibrate in resonance to produce a sound audible over a wide range.

The ZET-Horn has a run-up time of less than 0.15 seconds which guarantees a pure, concentrated sound with best directional properties.

Class I  Vessels of 200m or more in length

ZET-HORN 70 AC

sound frequency 70 Hz

143 dB in 1/3rd-octave
band level at 1 m

ZET-HORN 90 AC

sound frequency 90 Hz

ZET-HORN 110 AC

sound frequency 110 Hz

 

Class II Vessels of 75m but less than 200m in length

ZET-HORN 131 AC

sound frequency 130 Hz

138 dB in 1/3rd-octave
band level at 1 m

ZET-HORN 141 AC

sound frequency 141 Hz

Makrofon

The Makrofon is a compressed air powered diaphragm sound transmitter. It is most commonly installed on board of all types of vessels , as well as on rail vehicles. Makrofons are reliable whistles distinguished by their low air consumption, strong sound intensity and wide range of audibility. Due to the simple and solid design, Makrofons are practically maintenance-free. The diaphragm housings are made of reliable materials, seawater resistant plastic is used for the protective cover only. For vessels the sound frequencies of Makrofons range between 90 Hz and 370 Hz and go up to 660 Hz for rail vehicles and may exceed 1000 Hz for alarm purposes

Class I  Vessels of 200m or more in length

ZM200/90B

sound frequency 90 Hz

143 dB in 1/3rd-octave
band level at 1 m

ZM200/110B

sound frequency 110 Hz

 

Class II Vessels of 75m but less than 200m in length

M125/130B

sound frequency 130 Hz

138 dB in 1/3rd-octave
band level at 1 m

M125/160B

sound frequency 160 Hz

M75F/260

sound frequency 260 Hz

 

Class III Vessels of 75m but less than 200m in length

M75F/260

sound frequency 260 Hz

130 dB in 1/3rd-octave
band level at 1 m

M75F/370

sound frequency 370 Hz

Signalautomat

The signal automaton 10+SGA provides all relevant signals usually needed as manoeuvering signals according to rule 34 (a,b,d), and signal in restricted visibility according to rule 35 (a,b,c,e,g) of the COLREG 1972 and SOS. Additionally it can operate electronic (ZBG 110) or electro- mechanical (350EL + 500EL) bell & gong system It can be connected to one or two whistles, manoeuver signal lamp and has an interface to GA. Optionally a general emergency alarm function can be included with external key set. Also a special model without panel is available

SRD

The SRD414/4 is an acoustic electronic navigational aid to enable the officer on the watch to perceive incoming sound signals inside a totally enclosed bridge in order to perform the look-out function as required according to the Colreg 1972.

The system is capable of receiving sound signals from all directions in the audio band 70 Hz to 2100 Hz. Incoming sound signals are displayed acoustically and optically inside the bridge. The device consists of one microphone sensor unit with five microphones and one master control panel with loudspeaker and optical display.

Inclinometer

The electronic inclinometer is a heel and pitch measuring system which needs to be fully compliant with IMO recommendations (MSC.363(92)). Zöllner has two different brands in their portfolio.

Glocke

Different bell systems area availble: electro-mechanical, electronic and pure mechanical. According to COLREG 1972 – Rule 33(a) a vessel of 20 metres or more in length shall be provided with a bell in addition to a whistle.

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Gong

Different gong systems area availble: electro-mechanical, electronic and pure mechanical. According to COLREG 1972 – Rule 33(a) a vessel of 100 m or more in length shall, in addition, be provided with a gong. Manual sounding of bell and gong shall always be possible.