Palladium Technologies awarded contracts for 42m trimaran superyacht Adastra

Palladium Technologies, Inc. has been awarded contracts for the new 42 metre Trimaran M/Y Adastra. This unique project was designed by John Shuttleworth Yacht Design, Ltd. and is being built by McConaghy Boats in Zhu Hai, China. Plans are to launch M/Y Adastra in early 2011 with her cruising grounds expected to be in the beautiful waters of Indonesia.

“As a testament to our commitment to being a ‘Total Solutions’ technology company, Palladium has been awarded many extensive projects, especially overseas,” said Mike Blake, president, Palladium Technologies.

Palladium’s continued expansion into the electrical arena means they will be providing the electrical designs for such items as: AC/DC load analysis, AC/DC power distribution, motor control circuits, and emergency and yacht lighting circuits. The electrical systems will be comprised of Titan switchboards, Titan AC/DC distribution panels, shorepower conversion, lighting systems, A/V entertainment, bridge electronics and a navigation light control panel. All the aforementioned items interface to the SiMON monitoring, alarm and control system.

SiMON will also be monitoring 269 points with two main monitoring and alarm stations. One is located at the bridge and crew area along with a secondary alarm notification in the engine room. A Consilium fire detection system will be designed to notify the crew and guests of a potential fire.

SiMON-C, Palladium’s camera security system, will contain a DVR server located on the bridge supporting up to eight cameras. Digital motion detection, camera recording and playback are some of the features of this system.

Palladium Technologies
+1 954 653 0630
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www.palladiumtechs.com

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