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Introduction: Magnus Marine
Introduction: Magnus Marine
Why connect to shore power?
n Z ero emissions and pollution in harbour
n R
educed onboard maintenance and energy costs
n N
o noise or vibration, greatly improving onboard comfort
for crew and guests
n N
o interference with neighbouring berths
n N
o engineer supervision necessary
n E xterior and interior kept clean and stain-free
n Reduced demand for fuel bunkering, which saves cost and time
n Minimal maintenance and servicing required
n Increase in yacht’s resale value
n Complies with future harbour and government demands
Why use a shore power converter rather than
an isolation transformer?
n C
onnection to any worldwide shore supply: 50 or 60 Hz
n N
o inrush, leakage current or phase sequence complications,
making connection quick and simple
n P rotects onboard equipment from shore faults such as sags and surges
n R
egulated output with no crew intervention
n C
lean output power for all onboard equipment, including
sensitive audio devices
n N
o power disturbances when changing supplies: shore to
generator and vice versa
n C
an run in parallel with onboard generators when extra power
is required
n Modular design reduces onboard space requirements
n No hassles or doubts – just ease and simplicity
Magnus
marine
contents
World-class design
and manufacturing –
delivering dependable
marine power to the
world’s finest yachts.
SP100 Shore Power Converter
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SP200 Shore Power Converter
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Magnus Marine systems are built to deliver dependable marine power –
wherever you happen to be in the world. Chosen by many of the world’s
leading shipyards and luxury yachts, our systems guarantee comfort,
convenience and safety. No more flickering lights, loss of picture on your
television or your computers misbehaving – just a flawless supply.
UNIQUE BENEFITS
1 Performance guaranteed
Built for tomorrow’s yachts, our systems significantly reduce
harmful emissions and ensure the ultimate in quiet power provision
when in harbour.
SP100 & SP200 – Options & Accessories
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CR100 Motorised Shore Cable Reel - Shoreflex
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FC100 & FC200 Frequency Converter
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CN200 CleanNet™ Converter 18
Smart Grid Technology
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ES200 Energy Storage
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Case Studies
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Our purpose-built engineering site in the UK, boasts facilities which include
3D-modeling design and manufacture, with the latest high power test
equipment for full factory testing.
Service & Support
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Dedicated to serving our worldwide client base, we also have engineering
2 Customised design offering
huge flexibility which
maximises space and
improves ventilation
Every Magnus system is engineered precisely for an individual yacht and it’s
power requirements. While we are confident our systems will never let you
down, all our products are backed by an exemplary support package which
offers you total peace of mind which lasts well beyond purchase
and installation.
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e supply more than a product;
from commissioning to
assistance throughout the build
or refit, we are part of the team
support available in France, New Zealand and the USA.
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Product Selection: SP100 Shore Power Converter
Product Selection: SP100 Shore Power Converter
Maximum power availability with worldwide
plug and play connectivity to single or three
phase shore supplies.
Benefits
Features
Options
n F ull galvanic isolation from shore
n W
orldwide operation - single or three phase
supply connectivity
n E xternal synchroniser for seamless transfer
n R
eliable connection to new generation RCD
shore breakers
n S ingle Point Extraction to improve ventilation
n Q
uick and easy connection for crew
n E xceeds shore supply quality regulations
n E xtra power availability on low voltage
shore supplies
SP100 Shore
power converter
n P rotection from shore supply faults
n N
o interference with sensitive equipment
n V
entilation design prevents
heat recirculation
n R
eal time data logging and event
through display
Series 12 to 80 KVA
n R
eliable with low maintenance
n L ower operating cost with better efficiency
n Q
uiet trouble free operation
n N
o transient current demand on start-up
n S hore+ boost power availability on low
voltage supplies
n M
aximum power transfer from shore supply
to yacht
n D
esigned for continuous and
automatic operation
n P ure sinusoidal clean output supply
n R
ugged overload capability
n L ow noise operation
n S eamless transfer between shore
and generator
n S plit cabinet design improves install accessibility
Connection to any shore supply, one or three phases
Connection to any of the common worldwide shore voltage and frequencies,
single or three phases. As a result, connection can be made to shore quickly
and without fuss, no matter where the yacht is berthed.
TOP 3 SELLING POINTS
1 R
eliability and
performance guaranteed
Maximises power availability
Active front-end technology enables maximum power transfer from shore and
complies with proposed marina power quality regulations. Control of the shore
current prevents tripping of sensitive shore circuit breakers with both low earth
2 Single
or three-phase
plug-and-play connectivity
leakage and transient current protection.
3 S
hore+ boosts power
availability on low voltage
supply pedestals
Continuous clean output power
The output module delivers a clean, stable supply suitable for all types of
onboard loads, from utility services (heating, lighting and air conditioning)
to entertainment (television and audio) to marine (winch, pumps and
navigational equipment).
Graphical display
A colour graphical 7” display provides a clear assessment of the system and its
load. Data logging and events can be accessed locally or remotely through
a network.
Marine class
Lightweight aluminium construction delivers IP44 protection against engine
room dust and swarf. The converter can be bulkhead or deck mounted and
can be split into multiple sections to facilitate installation.
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n A
dditional display for switchboard installation
n C
abinet colour
n W
ater cooling
Product Selection: SP100 Shore Power Converter
SP100 Shore power converter
INPUT
OUTPUT
Environment
Type
1 or 3 phases active rectification
Voltage
180 to 520 VAC
Frequency
47 to 64 Hz
DISPLACEMENT Power factor
Unity
Type
Single or 3 phases, neutral, isolated earth*
Voltage
208 to 480 VAC
Frequency
50 or 60 Hz
Voltage distortion
< 2.0% (linear load)
Overload
10 minutes 125%
30 seconds 150%
Thermal, overload, short circuit
Operating temperature
0 to 45°C
Humidity
< 95% non-condensing
Efficiency of system
> 92% typical (at full power)
Forced ventilation/water cooling optional
Noise
< 75dBA @ 2m
Enclosure
IP44
Mounting
Bulkhead or floor
Colour
Powder-coated RAL 9010
7” graphical display with history and data log
Digital I/O for control and monitoring
Modbus RTU RS485
Protection
Cooling
Interface
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*Specified on order. All specifications are subject to change.
SP100 Series
Shore Cord
Height (mm)
Width (mm)
Depth (mm)
Weight (kg)
Output: Single Phase 230V 50hz Or split phase 240v 60Hz
12 KVA
30 Amp
850
1200
400
265
24 KVA
80 Amp
850
1260
400
383
50 KVA
125 Amp
1310
1536
538
680
Output: 3 Phase 280V/120V 60Hz
30 KVA
80 Amp
850
1260
400
318
50 KVA
125 Amp
1310
1466
440
618
80 KVA
200 Amp
1310
1536
538
820
Output: 3 Phase 400V/230V 50Hz
30 KVA
125 Amp
850
1260
400
318
50 KVA
125 Amp
850
1466
440
443
80 KVA
200 Amp
1310
1536
538
610
Water cooling - increase length by 150mm and height by 200mm. External chilled fresh water supply 8-10°C 0.5litres/second
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Product Selection: SP200 Shore Power Converter
Reliability guaranteed. Customisation standard.
Benefits
n R
eliability and performance guaranteed
n L ower operating cost with better efficiency
n N
o interference with sensitive equipment
SP200 Shore
power converter
n P rotection from shore supply faults
n Q
uiet trouble-free operation
n F ull galvanic isolation
n E asy connection for crew
n C
abinet customisation as standard
Series 60 to 800 KVA
Features
n W
orldwide operation, wide input voltage and
frequency range
n C
ompatibility with shore supplies worldwide
n R
eliable connection to new generation
pedestals with built-in RCD protection;
no nuisance tripping caused by earth leakage
n M
aximum power transfer from shore supply
to yacht
Maximises power availability
Built-in synchronisation
n D
esigned for continuous and
automatic operation
Using the latest modular design, the SP200 provides a highly reliable, clean and
efficient shore power conversion system. Active front-end technology on
each shore cord input enables maximum power transfer to the yacht. Drawing
clean sinusoidal current at Unity Power Factor from any power source not only
ensures minimum supply disturbances but increases power availability to its
maximum. Multiple input converters can be connected to any supply available.
Built-in synchronisation allows for seamless transfer from shore to generator and
vice versa. In addition, automatic synchronisation allows the SP200 converters to
n R
FI protection to prevent onboard and shore
supply disturbances
start on a live bus, minimising onboard control and automation.
n P ure sinusoidal clean output supply
n R
ugged overload capability
Unique modular design
n B
uilt-in module redundancy without
interruption of power
The modular design makes the system compact and highly serviceable. In
the unlikely event of a module failure, the system will continue to operate
at a reduced capacity. Modules can be isolated and replaced with minimal
downtime. On replacement, each module will automatically be configured
Protection from shore supply
Grain-orientated transformers, connected directly to the shore cord, guarantee
galvanic isolation at the lowest possible weight. No common-mode RFI can
reach the shore supply and there is no path for any currents which may be
n S eamless transfer between shore and generator
n S ystem can connect to a live bus, minimising
control and automation
ready for service.
n P arallel load share with generators for
extra power
sensitive to the shore supply breaker.
n P ower limiting through soft start and soft stop
Continuous clean output power
n L ow-noise operation
The output converter delivers a stable and clean waveform for powering
onboard equipment. Loads range from utility services (heating, lighting and air
conditioning) to entertainment (television and audio) to marine (winch, pumps
and navigational equipment).
n D
igital touch-screen user display
TOP 3 SELLING POINTS
n IP44 and 45°C rating as standard
1 R
eliability and
performance guaranteed
Options
n M
ultiple independent shore cord inputs
2 L
atest modular design
provides cabinet flexibility
n S ingle/dual shore cord selector
n B
ow/stern thruster operation
3 A
dvanced built in
module redundancy
n C
ombined CleanNet™ operation when at sea
n W
ater cooling
n S hore cord Kw/h display
n C
abinet colour
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Product Selection: SP200 Shore Power Converter
SP200 Shore power converter
INPUT
OUTPUT
Environment
Type
3-phase active rectification
Voltage
180 to 520 VAC (on request)
Frequency
47 to 64 Hz
Power factor
Unity
Type
3 phases, neutral, isolated earth*
Voltage
208/120 VAC , 400/230 ≠VAC
Frequency
50 or 60 Hz
Voltage distortion
< 2.0% (linear load)
Overload
10 minutes 125%
30 seconds 150%
Protection
Thermal, overload, short circuit
Operating temperature
0 to 45°C
Humidity
< 95% non-condensing
Efficiency of system
> 92% typical (at full power)
Cooling
Forced ventilation/water cooling optional
Noise
< 75dBA @ 2m
Enclosure
IP44
Mounting
Bulkhead or floor
Colour
Powder-coated RAL 9010
8.4” Graphical touch-screen
Control I/O analogue and digital
Modbus RTU RS485
Interface
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*Specified on order. All specifications are subject to change.
SP200 Series
configutation
Height (mm)
Width (mm)
Depth (mm)
Weight (kg)
Output: split phase 240v/120v 60Hz
60 KVA
1 Module Pair
1900
800
850
948
120 KVA
2 Module Pair
1900
1100
850
1810
Output: 3 Phase 208V/120V 60Hz
100 KVA
1 Module Pair
1900
1000
850
1028
200 KVA
2 Module Pair
1900
1400
850
2153
Output: 3 Phase 400V/230V 50Hz
100 KVA
1 Module Pair
1160
1010
850
828
200 KVA
2 Module Pair
1400
1300
850
1332
300 KVA
3 Module Pair
1300
2500
850
2171
400 KVA
4 Module Pair
2263
1600
1010
2592
500 KVA
5 Module Pair
1800
2350
1010
3005
600 KVA
6 Module Pair
1800
2600
1010
3648
700 KVA
7 Module Pair
1800
2850
1010
4228
800 KVA
8 Module Pair
1800
3100
1010
4960
For water cooled unit increase depth by 200mm and height by 300-500mm based on power level.
External chilled fresh water supply 8-10°C 0.5-2litres/second.
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Product Selection: SP100 & SP200 – Options & Accessories
Product Selection: SP100 & SP200 – Options & Accessories
SP100 & SP200
OPtions & accessories
Single/Dual Shore Cord Selector
Synchronisation for Seamless Transfer
For harbours with low power availability a second cord can be connected to
shore. Each cord input is independent so connection can be made to two
completely separate shore supplies.
Before a supply is connected to the Main Ship Bus, i.e. generator or shore power,
the incoming supply must be synchronised.
This can be controlled using the Shore Power Converter or generator synchroniser.
Connection to shore is completely automatic and input phase sequence
between cord inputs is non-essential.
The SP100 & SP200 Shore Power Converter series has built-in synchronisation which
can be used to enable seamless transfer of the ship’s electrical load to and from
the converter supply.
Shore cord selection can be configured for single and supplementary shore
cord operation.
For yachts with two generators without any synchronisation equipment, all SP100 &
SP200 Shore Power Converters can seamlessly transfer power from shore power to
generator and generator back to shore power.
Parallel load sharing with multiple converter and generators
The SP200 platform is extremely flexible with regards to paralleling with other
voltage sources – either generator or multiple converter units. Parallel loadsharing is achievable using profiles programmed into the converter. This allows
the converters to share power with other systems without the need for any
additional communication signals or supervisory controls.
All-in-one shore power and bow/stern thruster operation
The Magnus option to run bow/stern thrusters from the Shore Power Converter,
whilst not berthed, offers many advantages. As thrusters and shore power
converters do not operate together utilising the same electronics, we can offer
impressive space and weight savings. Also, with a pure sinusoidal input and
output there are no cable length restrictions or supply disturbances when
in operation.
Isochronous Control available.
Ship bus
Thruster supply
contactor
Shore power
contactor
Isolation
transformer
VSP5 rectifier and
inverter
Shore supply
Water cooling
Single Point Extraction
Cooling with water significantly improves the performance of the entire
system as well as its life expectancy. All heat generated by the system is forced
through a heat extraction unit which is chilled by water. Chilled air leaving the
heat extraction unit recirculates back into the system as a closed-loop design.
Compartment temperature, when the system is online, is well regulated
without any additional cooling required. Being sealed noise is also kept
to a minimum <70dBA. Fresh water typically 5-12°C.
High-power units can be configured with a Single Point Extraction so heat
generated by the Shore Power Converter can be extracted. Controlling the heat
improves ventilation in the compartment space efficiently and effectively.
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IM
Shore
contactor
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Thruster motor
contactor
Thruster motor
Product Selection: Shoreflex
Product Selection: Shoreflex
Motorised monospiral shore cable reel.
PERFECT HANDLING AND
STORAGE
1 Greatly Improves safety for
crew (no cable chaffing)
Designed and developed for the yachting industry
to make connection to shore easy, quick and safe.
2 Prolongs cable life
3 Quick, easy and tidy storage
of cable
4 Allows full power operation
when partially unwound
A unique dual monospiral reel provides no-fuss storage, maximising
space and power usage at the push of a button.
Standard
Optional
Lightweight aluminium construction
Ultra-strong design.
Dual monospiral
Slip ring operation - always connected
Slip rings uniquely designed to sit within the standard unit offer
permanent connection.
Partial unwind of cable without derating the ships load, Perfect storing
Lightweight flexible shore cable
of cable, no twisting, crossing or tangling - maximising shore cable life.
Highest quality marine cables.
Motorised reeling drum
For total ease of deploying and retrieving shore power cable.
High efficiency geared motor.
Specification
Local electrical package
Powder-coated RAL 9010
35 metres of stored cable.
Forward/reverse, e-stop, easy connect package.
CR100 Series
CABLE SIZE
Height (mm)
Width (mm)
Depth (mm)
Weight (kg)
100
4 Core 25 to 35mm²
O/D 25 to 30mm
880
530
1,100
100
200
4 Core 50 to 70mm²
O/D 32 to 38mm
1,040
620
1,250
189
300
4 Core 95 to 120mm²
O/D 42 to 47mm
1,250
740
1,450
310
400
4 Core 185 to 240mm²
O/D 58 to 65mm
1,335
800
1,540
400
Sizes shown for vertical mounting unit, horizontal mounting dimensions on request. All specifications are subject to change.
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FC100 & FC200 Frequency Converter: Overview
FC100 & FC200 Frequency Converter: Overview
Onboard equipment with alternative
supply requirements.
FC100 & 200
Frequency Converter
Benefits
Features
n R
eliability and performance guaranteed
n M
inimal supply disturbances with Active Front End as standard
n L ower operating cost with better efficiency
n M
aximum power transfer from yachts AC Bus
n N
o interference with sensitive equipment
n L ow earth leakage
n P rotects equipment from voltage distortion,
voltage sags or frequency instability
n Isolated output supply
n Q
uiet trouble-free operation
n R
FI protection to prevent supply disturbances
n F ully galvanic isolated output supply
n P ure sinusoidal clean output supply
n P ure sinusiodal clean output supply
n R
ugged overload capability
n C
abinet customisation as standard
n D
esigned for continuous and
automatic operation
n D
igital touch-screen user display
Options
n L ow noise operation
n W
ater cooling
n IP44 and 45°C rating as standard
n C
abinet colour
INPUT
OUTPUT
Environment
Type
1 or 3 phases active rectification
Voltage
180 to 520 VAC
Frequency
47 to 64 Hz
DISPLACEMENT Power factor
Unity
Type
Single or three phases neutral, isolated output*
Voltage
120 to 480 VAC
Frequency
50 or 60 Hz
Voltage distortion
< 2.0% (linear load)
Overload
10 minutes 125%
30 seconds 150%
Thermal, overload, short circuit
Operating temperature
0 to 45°C
Humidity
< 95% non-condensing
Efficiency of system
> 92% typical (at full power)
Forced ventilation
Noise
< 75dBA @ 2m
Enclosure
IP44
Powder-coated RAL 9010
Graphic display
Digital I/O for control and monitoring
Protection
Cooling
Colour
Interface
Frequency Converter can be installed onboard and
used to power onboard equipment with supply
requirements different to that found on the yacht’s
AC distribution. This might include a 120 VAC/60
Hz (US) supply to cabins on European yachts or 230
VAC/50 Hz (European) to US yachts. Items carried
onboard can then readily be used by guests with
connection via European or US socket outlets.
Such a converter can also be used to power
special equipment, including tenders and specific
machinery requiring an alternative supply.
*Specified on order.
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FC100
SERIES
HEIGHT (mm)
WIDTH (mm)
Depth (mm)
Weight (kg)
6 KVA
730
860
365
94
18 KVA
1050
810
470
235
36 KVA
1050
620
850
511
85 KVA
1050
1,750
980
719
FC200
All specifications are subject to change.
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CleanNet™ Converter: Overview
CleanNet™ Converter: Overview
Perfect solution for
sensitive equipment.
TOP 3 SELLING POINTS
1 P
revents halogen or LED
lights flickering
CN Cleannet™
converter
Features
n Isolates and protects sensitive equipment from
power disturbances
n N
o crew intervention – black-box design
n S eamless transfer of power between CleanNet™
and bypass
n P ure sinusoidal clean output supply
n N
o interference with sensitive equipment
2 S
tops audio and
entertainment equipment
misbehaving
200
Benefits
n M
onitors power demand for seamless
bypass operation
n P rotects equipment from voltage distortion,
voltage sags or frequency instability
n A
utomatic transfer to bypass in a converter fault
or overload condition
n Q
uiet trouble-free operation
3 H
igh-power engine
room equipment will not
compromise guest comfort
n F ully galvanic isolated output supply
n A
utomatic transfer to CleanNet™ when system
returns to health
Options
n IP44 and 45°C rating as standard
n L ocal bypass control and monitoring
n C
abinet colour
INPUT
OUTPUT
Environment
With increasing onboard automation and
many different power requirements, it is essential
to deliver a clean electrical supply for sensitive
loads and guest comfort. Loads sensitive to supply
disturbances (such as voltage distortion, sags and
frequency instability) can be protected by the
installation of a separate supply independent from
the ship AC bus.
The CleanNet™ supply is reserved for sensitive
loads such as the lighting and entertainment
network, while automation, pumps, winches and air
conditioning remain powered by the main ships bus.
With CleanNet™ built-in bypass and
synchronisation, sensitive onboard equipment
has the ultimate protection.
Transfer to CleanNet™ mode is completely
automatic and seamless. In the event of alarm or
fault condition the converter will automatically
bypass to the main ship bus.
The converter operates as a black-box design:
protection starts as soon as it is connected
to power.
Type
3-phase active rectification
Voltage
208 to 480 VAC +/- 10%
Frequency
50 or 60 Hz +/- 10%
Type
Three phases, neutral, isolated earth*
Voltage
208 or 120V, 400 or 230 VAC
Frequency
50 or 60 Hz
Voltage distortion
< 1.5% (linear load)
Protection
Thermal, overload, short circuit
Operating temperature
0 to 45°C
Humidity
< 95% non-condensing
Efficiency of system
> 92% typical (at full power)
Forced ventilation
Noise
< 75dBA @ 2m
Enclosure
IP44
Powder-coated RAL 9010
Interface
7.4” Graphical touch-screen
Control I/O analogue and digital
Modbus RTU RS485
features
Auto bypass
Load monitoring
Harmonic Cancellation
Cooling
Colour
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*Specified on order.
SERIES
HEIGHT (mm)
WIDTH (mm)
Depth (mm)
Weight (kg)
36 KVA
1,010
860
815
511
60 KVA
2,000
500
800
623
85 KVA
2,000
620
900
719
150 KVA
985
1,750
980
1,117
All specifications are subject to change.
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Smart Grid Technology: Overview
The Magnus Marine Smart Grid Technology for
super yachts offers maximum efficiency and optimum
financial savings together with a greener, cleaner yacht.
Smart Grid Technology
BENEFITS OF SGT
1 Reliable AC platform recognised internationally
2 AC platform throughout all applications
maximises ease of use for crew
3 Standard modules and control system for
off-the-shelf availability
Key features of SGT
GENERATOR
BOW/STERN THRUSTER
n C
onverters can be permanently
connected to the ship AC bus. When
enabled the converter will automatically
synchronise and come online
SHORE SUPPLY
BATTERY ENERGY
STORAGE
PHOTOVOLTAIC DECK
PHOTOVOLTAIC SAILS
n T
he SGT platform is extremely flexible
with regards to paralleling with other
voltage sources – either generator
or multiple converter units. Parallel loadsharing is achievable using frequency and
voltage droop profiles. This allows the
converters to share power with other
systems without the need for complex
supervisory controls
GALLEY
ENGINE ROOM
LOADS
SHAFT
GENERATOR
DECK LOADS
PROPULSION
n Isochronous control available.
n Full system redundancy with no
common DC bus
ACCOMMODATION
LOADS
CleanNet™
n A
unique feature critical to the
reliability of the converter is the built-in
redundancy. In the unlikely event of
a fault, the master controller which
oversees the power modules will provide
a warning notification but allow the
system to continue to operate
HEAT RECOVERY
The SGT platform can support the following operations:
REGENERATION FROM
PROPELLER
LIGHTS
1 Shore power in harbour
ENTERTAINMENT
2 Bow and stern thruster operation
BRIDGE
3 Clean power distribution to prevent lights and
other sensitive load disturbances such as flicker
The ever-growing complexity and possibilities
offered in the field of power generation and use
has opened the opportunity for Smart Grids.
Traditional power grids consisted of power
generation and a load with power flow in a single
direction from generation to load.
The revolution in shore-based electrical power
distribution in national power grids offers
even greater efficiency and flexibility in marine
applications especially super yachts. Smart Grid
Technology offers huge environmental benefits
as well as financial savings.
The new environment has multiple power generation
opportunities with power flowing in many directions
throughout the grid.
4 Battery storage. To optimise generator efficiency
and prevent excess exhaust fumes
5 Energy storage can support the AC bus for a
prolonged period so generators can be turned
off (silent ship operation)
9 Supports PTI so power for the ship’s main
propulsion is sourced by the generators and/or
battery energy storage (main diesel
engines off)
10 PTI boost mode. This includes powering the
ship’s propulsion through the main diesel
engines, generators and battery energy storage
11 Future-proof for incorporation of heat recovery,
fuel cells, etc
6 Energy storage also operates as an
Uninterruptable Power Supply
7 Photovoltaic power can be stored in batteries
or used directly on the grid
8 Fully support PTO electric propulsion mode to
support the ship AC bus
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n Low noise
n Efficiency
n Compact and lightweight
Energy Storage: Overview
Store and retrieve energy to improve efficiency and comfort.
Key features
n P eak Shaving - Deliver power to the grid when
peak demand is high. Unloading, preventing an
additional generator coming online thereby
lowering fuel and maintenance costs
n S pinning Reverse - Meet shortfalls; supply
backup power during a loss of generation
Silent ship operation
ES200
energy storage
n L oad levelling - Store energy when demand is
low and deliver energy when demand is high
Battery specification
Series 50 kwh to 2 mwh
n L ithium-ion Manganese Oxide
n H
igh strength resistant towards vibration
and external shocks via employment of
cylindrical case (stainless steel and wind
around electrolyte
 Converter Display
n 3 times charge and discharge performance
n B
attery Management Unit monitoring voltage,
temperature and charging/discharging
n O
perating temperate -20 to 50°C
n E fficiency >96% (end of life)
n 1.7Kw/h = H:151 x W:228 x D:475mm 23kg
n 102Watt hours/litre 76Watt hours/kg
n L ife expectancy 8000 cycles
Package includes
n Batteries with plugs and sockets for safe and
easy isolation
n Battery Management Unit to monitor each battery and includes safety shut off
Fully utilising onboard power generation
Value and performance
As demand for safe and reliable electricity increases, yachts infrastructure
continues to evolve and innovate in order to accommodate such growth.
Harnessing the power to control energy can enable current infrastructure to
readily expand.
A proven and reliable platform which provides seamless system integration and
battery control. Allowing the generator to be taken offline when the energy
n Energy Management Unit with Graphical Display for Control and Monitoring.
Control profiles for easy crew accessibility
n 110V battery string isolation for safety
storage system is fully charged delivers exceptional returns on investment.
n Upstream current protection from converter and energy storage
Onboard energy storage systems can increase operational performance, grid
reliability and significant energy fuel saving. The benefits of energy storage can
span power generation, through transmission and distribution, and all the way
to users.
n Converter(s) with Graphical Display for
Control and Monitoring
n Standalone or remote operation with PMS
GALLEY
GENERATOR 1
ES200 Series
configutation
Height (mm)
Width (mm)
Depth (mm)
Weight (kg)
80 KVA
1 Module
1000
1000
850
680
160 KVA
2 Module
1800
800
850
1010
240 KVA
3 Module
1800
1000
1010
1620
360 KVA
4 Module
1800
1200
1010
1950
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ENGINE ROOM
LOADS
ACCOMMODATION
LOADS
GENERATOR 2
ENTERTAINMENT
ENERGY STORAGE
SHORE SUPPLY
DECK LOADS
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Case Study: 1
Case Study: 2
Preventing light flicker and reliable power
when in harbour.
Improving comfort onboard in and outside harbour.
SP200 150kVA SHORE
POWER CONVERTER
SP200 250kVA Shore
Power converter
shore power
CleanNetTM
This iconic yacht and one of the stars of the super
yacht fleet had no infrastructure to connect to
shore power. With rising fuel costs and increased
maintenance on generators the owner was looking
for solutions. Magnus was chosen to design and
oversee the installation of a shore power converter.
With high power automation onboard supply
disturbances have become the industry norm. When
sailing especially during mast rotation, high transient
power was causing voltage sags and frequency
instability on the ships AC Bus. A CleanNet™
Converter was installed to protect sensitive load
centres from these supply disturbances. Light flicker
has now been eliminated improving comfort to
owner and guests. Load centres included VIP, owner
cabins, lounge and the amazing atrium.
A shore selector switch allows connection via a
single shore cord where high dock power is available,
while a supplementary cord is provided for marinas
with limited power availability where two cord
connections are required. Energy metres are fitted
directly on each shore cord so crew can optimise
energy efficiency and help lower operating costs.
With limited ventilation in the compartment space,
heat management was a major design criteria. We
delivered a compact water cooled unit. As the system
is fully sealed noise is kept to an absolute minimum
and electronics clean.
CleanNetTM
shore Power
The experienced owner requested protection of the
lighting network to prevent light flicker. The interior
and exterior furnishing has a comprehensive array
of lighting for entertainment and relaxation. Light
flicker would not be acceptable with exhaust burners
installed and considerable automation a clean supply
could not be guaranteed.
For clean and pleasant relaxation in harbour the
owner requested a reliable shore to ship connection
for worldwide marina connectivity. To maximise
space onboard the shore power converter was
specially modularised. The yacht is located in the
Caribbean and Mediterranean and the installation
proves to be a reliable system for both crew
and owner.
A CleanNet™ Converter was installed to
protect and isolate the lighting network with
a CleanNet™ Supply.
An internal bypass was installed for automatic and
seamless transfer in the event of an overload or
fault condition.
Seamless transfer from generator to shore is
controlled by the converter. When in parallel with
the generator, a load-shedding routine is enabled
to transfer the load.
A local user-display details the status of the system
and identifies any shore supply outages with a
time and date stamp.
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The CleanNet™ Converter incorporates a bypass
providing seamless reconnection to the ship bus
automatically without power disturbance in the
event of a warning or fault condition.
The CleanNet™ has IP54 cabinet integrity and is
suitable for engine room installation.
Power quality is guaranteed 24/7.
“The shore
power
converter
kit is
amazing!”
Richard Tatlow
Chief Engineer,
SY Maltese Falcon
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Case Study: 3
Case Study: 4
Fully sealed water unit – guaranteed performance.
Split unit design to facilitate getting the unit onboard.
SP200 250kVA Shore
Power Converter
SP200 600kVA Shore
Power Converter
A reliable shore to ship connection was required on
two vessels to be launched in Germany. With our
outstanding reliability record and advanced modular
system design Magnus was selected.
The 250KVA Shore Power Converter was to be
installed in the lower compartment space of the
lazarette with a maximum height of 1200mm.
Equipped with dual 200Amp shore cords a single
250KVA 400V 50Hz output is delivered to the ship on
connection to any shore supply 208 to 480V.
On connection to shore the converter automatically
starts and notifies the main switchboard when
ready. The crew manually switch on the breaker tie
to the ships AC bus. An auxiliary contact off the
main breaker enables the converter. The converter
automatically senses if a generator is present on the
ships AC bus, synchronise and ramp up its power. The
two supplies, generator and shore can then run in
parallel indefinitely until the crew decide to switch
off the generator supply. This can be done by the
PMS de-loading sequence.
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To maximise compartment space the Shore Power
Converter is split into two sections. Both sections
have water cooling and are completely sealed to
easily regulate the temperature of the compartment.
IP56 protection also ensures the operational noise is
kept to an absolute minimum.
The system has no internal common DC Bus so has
4 true levels of internal redundancy. Heavy motor
loads which turn on and off will not affect sensitive
equipment and deliver a stable and well regulated
output supply.
An SP200 Shore Power Converter was selected to
connect the yacht reliably to shore when in harbour.
Two independent shore cords with full galvanic
isolation was supplied to prevent hull electrolysis and
any leakage current sensitive with breakers with RCD
protection. A Kw/h digital display measured directly
on each shore cord supply provides crew the facility
to cross reference energy imported with
harbour officials.
For a quick and economical installation the system
needed to be broken down into small sections and
reassembled on board to allow the unit to pass
through a deck hatch of 800 x 700mm. To maximise
space on board the system had taken into account
the angle of the hull with a reduced height not to
obstruct cable trays and piping. Installed in a lower
deck store room the converter was fully sealed and
cooled internally by an external chilled fresh water
supply. A fully sealed unit prevents any temperature
rise in the compartment space.
Standalone operation the converter is configured to
automatically start and deliver power when a shore
supply is present. The switchboard then is controlled
to synchronise to the incoming supply for 100%
seamless transfer.
As the store room is not easily accessible from the
MCR the graphical display is located in the Main
switchboard for motoring and data logging.
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Case Study: 5
Case Study: 6
Providing reliable shore to ship power
and two independent bow thruster supplies.
Shore power with bow and stern thruster control.
SP200 600kVA Shore
power converter
SP200 1000kVA Shore
Power Converter
Ship bus
400V 50Hz
Ship bus
400V 50Hz
Bow Thruster 1
480V 50Hz
Bow Thruster 2
480V 50Hz
Interlocked
Interlocked
In 450A
In 450A
In 450A
In 450A
Interlocked
Interlocked
Cord 2: 3ph
340 to 520Vac
47 to 64Hz
Cord 2: 3ph
340 to 520Vac
47 to 64Hz
A 600 KVA shore power converter was installed on
board to provide a reliable shore to ship connection.
When disconnected from shore the converter
operates two independent 300kW bow thrusters.
All equipment is installed in the aft with 100m cable
length between converter and bow.
Active front-end rectification minimises
supply disturbances and maximises generator
power availability.
The entire system was installed in a compact
compartment space with no external ventilation.
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Water cooling by means of heat extraction was
installed to maintain compartment temperature.
For reliable transfer from ship to shore the converter
synchronises to a live ship bus without any additional
power switching or synchronisation procedure.
A power limit was also interfaced to the PMS to
prevent each separate converter overloading during
transfer, and includes a power limit load-shedding
routine for a smooth transfer of power to generator.
To improve ship efficiency and maximise space
onboard the Shore Power Converter onboard this
100m motor yacht was to have three functions. In
harbour a reliable 800kW shore to ship connection
with the ability to connect to any shore supply with
full isolation. At sea a 500kW bow and 432kW
stern thruster.
Magnus scope of supply includes two separate
converters and all power automation to switch
over the supplies for when in harbour and at sea,
all within a single lightweight aluminium cubicle.
The system is installed in the engine room and is
completely sealed with internal water cooling for
ventilation. For material handling when lowering
the single cabinet into the vessel a lifting frame
has been issued. The lifting frame has been stress
modelled with a two times safety factor and is
removable when in place. Each converter has active
rectification to ensure power taken from shore or
the ships bus when in thruster mode creates no AC
disturbances: harmonics, voltage distortion or radio
frequency interference. The two converters operate
independently so the bow and stern thruster can
operate at different speed levels. In harbour they
provide dual shore cords with a single output to
provide a well regulated and stable 400V
50Hz supply.
Internal automation control has taken into
account starting the system if the ships generators
and batteries are off. Shore Power Converter
control is achieved by a single input from the
Main Switchboard. Once activated the relevant
contactors will energise. If a ships supply is
already present the converter will automatically
synchronise and come online. A soft start and stop
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functionality has been adopted to transfer the
load to and from generator smoothly without
any power snatching.
Each converter has a Power Limit Set Point
controlled by the ships PMS. At sea this is adjusted
to ensure the generators are not overloaded when
the thrusters are both in operation. In shore this
has been used to shift the load actively onto other
paralleled AC supplies; generator(s) or converter 2.
A true AC to AC platform with no common DC Bus
provides full internal redundancy in the unlikely
event of a fault condition. Each thruster has five
levels of redundancy for improved safety at sea. In
harbour this doubles to 10 times level redundancy.
The system is the most advanced Shore Power
Converter to be installed on any vessel.
Service & Support
Service & Support
World-class service and
support guaranteed.
service & support
We offer an exemplary support package so
you enjoy total peace of mind which lasts well
beyond purchase and installation.
Our international service agreements have been
selected to suit the needs of owners, crew and
shipyards. Engineering support is available 24
hours a day, 7 days a week. A choice of service
level agreements includes delivery of spare parts
and engineer attendance anywhere in the world.
BRONZE
SILVER
GOLD
Transportation
Packaging suitable for international freight
n
n
n
Documentation
English user manual
Electronic and print copy
n
n
n
Electrical and mechanical drawings
AutoCAD/PDF format
n
n
n
Factory acceptance test report
n
n
n
n
n
Project Management
Commissioning Category 1
Initial power-up
Reserve one day
Commissioning Category 2
Harbour acceptance
Reserve one day
n
Commissioning Category 3
Sea acceptance
Reserve one day
Applies to bow/stern thruster operation
Warranty
12 months after commissioning, or 24 months
after dispatch, whichever sooner
n
n
Health check
To guarantee years of dependable shore
power, we recommend that one of our engineers
attends commissioning. This is included at no
extra cost with all Silver and Gold service level
agreements. Commissioning is fully documented.
All our products are essentially maintenancefree, however an annual service and inspection
is recommended. This allows thermal stress and
damaged joints or cables which have worked
loose during sailing to be fully identified and
corrected. All this can be managed by Magnus
to guarantee you years of dependable shore
power and total piece of mind.
n I nternal
n
n
and external inspection
n
Check monitoring and control interfaces
n
Electrical check and initial power-up
history:
n
n
n
Engineer’s travel at customer’s cost
n
n
n
n S
tart
n B
D
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
bow thruster
n
n
Engineer’s travel to a major port at supplier’s cost
Delivery of spare parts at customer’s cost
n
n
n
Delivery of spare parts to a major port
at supplier’s cost
Report following on-site servicing or assessment
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
All specifications are subject to change.
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Yachts
Yachts
D
evonport
Feadship
J FA
KaiserWerft
Lürssen
M
ondo Marine
Nautor’s Swan
Oceanco
Oyster
P almer Johnson
Pendennis
Perini Navi
RMK
R
oyal Denship
Royal Huisman
Wally
n C
ouach
n
transfer from generator back
to shore power
& Rasmussen
n A
mels
n
transfer from shore power
to generator
n S
eamless
Free issue parts and engineer
n A
beking
n
n S
eamless
24 months after commissioning, or 36 months
after dispatch, whichever sooner
Conditions
n
COMMISSIONING OVERVIEW
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