The most advanced Alarm, Monitoring & Control System for all types of Vessels.
Poseidon® includes the
‘Network Data Analyser’
For system trouble shooting
Poseidon® controls and monitors systems include,
but are not limited to:
- Display any NMEA2000® or Modbus TCP-IP data on board
- Control any NMEA2000® or Modbus TCP-IP equipment on board
- Displays fully user configurable to display any available data on multiple display pages
- Hi resolution sunlight readable capacitive touchscreen
- System unit and touchscreen integrated into a single IP66 package
- User images simply loaded from standard graphic files
- Panel or trunnion mounting for maximum flexibility
- Low power consumption and network LEN load
Configurable display features
- Choose from a vast library of gauges and controls.
- Add, re-name, arrange and delete multiple pages
- Import deck plans, schematics, images and backgrounds for total flexibility
Mounting OptionsThe Poseidon® 7 boast powerful mounting options and can be seamlessly integrated into a range of environments, with either panel or trunnion mounting.
Mounting OptionsThe Poseidon®10 boast powerful mounting options and can be seamlessly integrated into a range of environments, with either panel or trunnion mounting.
Features NMEA2000®, USB and Ethernet ports.
The userface of the P7 and P10 is really simple and easy to set up
On first power on of the device, you will observe a loading screen and then a language selection. Please select the language required. It can be changed at a later time.
ADJUSTING THE DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS 1
On the right hand side of the top of the display screen is a small brightness icon which will control the whole display brightness. Touching that icon displays a vertical brightness slider with a button.
ADJUSTING THE DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS 2
Sliding the button downwards will dim the display and sliding it upwards will brighten the display. When you remove your finger, the slider will disappear. The value is stored and will be the brightness set on next restart.
SYSTEM SETTINGS 1
To access the system settings, the unit will need to be first unlocked. Press the padlock in the top left corner. Enter the supplied default PIN and press the enter button on screen.
Once the device has been unlocked you will notice that the top bar now has additional icons. Select the ‘Cog’ to go to the systems settings menu
SYSTEM SETTINGS 2
Enter the supplied default PIN and press the enter button on screen.
SYSTEM SETTINGS 3
Once the device has been unlocked you will notice that the top bar now has additional icons. Select the ‘Cog’ to go to the systems settings menu. Select the cog to go to the systems menu.
- System About
- Tank Setup
- System Settings
- Limit Alarm
ADDING WIDGETS 1
From the top menu bar select the ‘Plus’ icon. A pop up will appear where you can select a variety of widgets. Select the desired widget by tapping it, then select ‘save and close’. Scroll to see more widgets. Add more widgets as per your custom needs.
ADDING WIDGETS 2
The widget will have now appeared on the screen. You can resize it by dragging the bottom right corner, move it by dragging the centre and change it’s settings by tapping on the top left of the widget marked with a ‘cog’ to get to the delete widget button. Add more widgets as per your custom requirements.
From the widget settings menu, you can select the relevant PGN and fields to display information.
ADDING MORE PAGES 1
Pages can be managed by selecting the ‘Pages’ icon on the top bar. From here you can add, edit and delete pages. They can also be changed in order as they appear on the bottom menu bar by dragging them left and right.
ADDING MORE PAGES 2
You can add widgets to your pages as per the adding widget instructions
The position of the Digital Display should be chosen as close to a right angle to the eye as possible considering if the display is to be used from a seated or standing position. Consideration should also be given to reflection of sunlight etc in its mounting position, so the best position compromise is achieved. The unit can be either surface mounted or trunnion mounted onto a suitable surface.
Trunnion Mounting Option
Surface Panel Mounting Option
Choosing a Mounting Location
The Poseidon Integrated 7” Display is water resistant to IP66 which means it is protected from dirt and dust and water splashes from all directions. The unit may be surface mounted, flush mounted or trunnion bracket mounted inside or outside the vessel.
The unit has cast aluminium cooling fins on its rear surface which must be kept well ventilated, so the unit is kept cool.
Direct sunlight on the front of the unit will cause a considerable increase in the display temperature so the mounting position should be chosen to reduce this additional heat.
Connecting the Poseidon Integrated 7” Display
NMEA2000 Network Connection
The NMEA2000 Network connection is made available via a standard M12 Micro C Male connector available as a tail from the Combined NMEA and Power Cable. It is important that this connection is secure to maintain watertight integrity.
The Poseidon Integrated 7” Display comes with a combined NMEA2000 and one-metre length two-core power cable with a waterproof plug at the display end. This should be connected securely to the display to maintain a watertight connection. The other end of the cable should be connected to a suitable fused and switched power source as follows:
• Red to +12/24 Volts
• Black to 0 Volts
The USB connector has a watertight cap that should remain fitted when the port is not in use.
The Ethernet connector has a watertight cap that should remain fitted when the port is not in use.
Easy on the eyes resolutions
Can be read in bright sunlight
Outstanding brightness and contrast
Easy to install vector graphics
We offer great integration with our Poseidon® systems
Landscape and Portrait options available
Breathtaking graphics allow Poseidon® users to create their own stunning displays through simple user configuration. Oceanic Systems has brought together beauty and functionality for the most effective vessel monitoring system.
Our proven sensors and controls link to the Poseidon® System using either fully classed distributed PLC systems or NMEA2000® networks on smaller yachts.
This complete setup provides security and peace of mind knowing that all the vessel’s safety systems are being continuously monitored and any discrepancies are immediately notified to the user by the Poseidon® display and logged for later evaluation.