Both shipbuilding and onshore/offshore applications are particularly demanding on both component performance and availability. Our components for marine applications withstand the most extreme environments.
From the Bridge to the Engine Room – Automated and Reliably Connected with WAGO
Our marine automation and offshore sector products automate nearly every application on board. Propulsion automation, auxiliary and deck machinery, navigation and communication equipment: Every application has its own special requirements. Again and again, the answer is: relays, optocouplers, signal conditioners, power supplies and network switches from WAGO. The TOPJOB® S Rail-Mount Terminal Blocks cover conductor sizes from 0.08 to 185 mm2 – this provides a broad platform for electrical connection technology in marine applications. The same also applies to more than 500 modules found in the WAGO I/O System 750. Special certificates (BSH, near the compass) enable these components to be used everywhere from the bridge to the bilge.
The Benefits for You:
Safe and reliable in all applications
Bridge approval based on IEC EN 60945
Classified for extreme environments (approved for use in the engine room)
Low storage and training costs
Broad application scope for the WAGO I/O System 750
Solutions for Your Requirements
Whether on cargo ships or superyachts – WAGO has the experience and solutions to help you ensure a high level of system availability. WAGO is an innovative partner with products that save you time and money and reduce engineering. Discover our solutions for alarm and monitoring systems, cabin automation and other areas.
Discover new products for Maritime applications
A 4-Channel Analog Input Module with Electrically Isolated Inputs Joins the WAGO I/O System 750
A new module joins the WAGO I/O System 750: The 750-471 module features four electrically isolated multipoint inputs, making it ideal for all applications in which signal acquisition requires high immunity to interference.
WAGO I/O System 750 XTR
We automate where others capitulate – reliably and economically in Zone 0/20 hazardous areas!