Skylla TG 24/30 GMDSS

Battery time to go

The Skylla GMDSS charger has a built-in battery controller. The capacity of the battery is fully monitored so the panel can even indicate the ’time to go’ in case of a power supply blackout.

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Spec Sheet

Description

The Skylla TG has proven itself to be an excellent battery charger and power supply for GMDSS applications. However, when using a standard Skylla charger, additional equipment is needed to perform the monitoring and alarm functions required for GMDSS.

Features

GMDSS

The Global Maritime Distress & Safety System (GMDSS) was developed by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) to improve maritime distress and safety communications.

Power supply

The Skylla TG has proven itself to be an excellent battery charger and power supply for GMDSS applications. However, when using a standard Skylla charger, additional equipment is needed to perform the monitoring and alarm functions required for GMDSS.

Installation made easy: the Skylla GMDSS

The Victron Skylla GMDSS charger has been designed to provide all required monitoring and alarm data. Both the battery and the GMDSS system are connected directly to the charger. Data and alarms are displayed on a digital panel (VE.Net GMDSS panel, to be ordered separately). A standard eight wire UTP cable connects the charger to the panel.

No adjustments needed

The whole system is ‘click and go’: the panels are pre-programmed for GMDSS functionality. A simple, intuitive menu allows changing settings if required.

Battery time to go

The Skylla GMDSS charger has a built-in battery controller. The capacity of the battery is fully monitored so the panel can even indicate the ’time to go’ in case of a power supply blackout.

Perfect charger for any type of battery

Charge voltage can be precisely adjusted to suit any VRLA or flooded battery system.

Technical Data

Skylla-TG 24/30 GMDSS
Input voltage (V AC) 230
Input voltage range (V AC) 90 – 265
Frequency (Hz) 45-65
Power factor 1
Charge voltage ‘absorption’ (VDC) 28,5
Charge voltage ‘float’ (VDC) 26,5