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South Florida-based Delta “T” Systems has introduced a cutting-edge DCTV variable speed DC engine room ventilation control system. This fan control system is the next generation successor of Delta “T” Systems’ tried-and-true DCT2 controller.


The new controller is a dual-mode system that can be operated in manual or automatic. In automatic, it senses engine room temperature and ramps fan speeds up or down as needed to ensure a vessel’s engines will breathe cool air for optimum combustion.


In manual mode, the user can dial the fan speed to any desired setting to suit the application. The controller may be connected directly to the engine room’s fire suppression system and will automatically shut down the fans in the event of a fire in both automatic and manual modes.


The system is available in 12 or 24 VDC and is capable of running up to six fans or blowers with a maximum cumulative current draw of 40 amps. The system comes complete with a main control enclosure, switches, temperature sensor and an owner’s manual.


For more information, visit www.deltatsystems.com.

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