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Palladium debuts ‘smart’ breaker panels

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Fort Lauderdale-based Palladium Technologies has created an automated electrical distribution system as an alternative to the large electrical breaker distribution panels traditionally installed on each deck of a yacht, as well as the long cable runs needed to connect the breaker panels to each electrical consumer – lighting, galley appliances, electrical outlets, air-conditioning handlers, etc.

The Titan Octoplex offers smaller breaker panels that can be monitored and controlled remotely, and therefore can be placed close to the consumer electrical systems, in deck-heads or other hidden locations, eliminating the need for accessibility. According to the company, the Titan system saves on space, weight and cost; reduces build times via its prewiring; and offers remote monitoring and immediate notification of breaker trips, resulting in quicker fault resolution time.

Palladium’s Titan smart electrical distribution system will be on display Oct. 31-Nov. 4 in the Superyacht Tent, Booth 685, at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

For more information, visit palladiumtechs.com.

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