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Zenitel provides the Governor of Svalbard’s “Polarsyssel” with VINGTOR Integrated Communication solution

Zenitel provides the Governor of Svalbard’s “Polarsyssel” with Vingtor-Stentofon Integrated Communication solution

The Havyard Ship Technology’s vessel “Polarsyssel” was delivered to the Icelandic shipping company Fafnir Offshore in September. The vessel will operate six months a year for the Governor of Svalbard for a period of six years.

“Polarsyssel” is 88,5 meters long and 17,6 meters wide and is the first vessel of the Havyard 832 L WE (Wave Edition) design. With the cabin capacity of 30 persons the vessel’s communication solution is a vital part of the crew’s efficient communication and the vessel’s emergency communication. “Polarsyssel” is provided with the following Vingtor-Stentofon communication systems:

  • Batteryless Telephone System VSP
  • AlphaCom Marine (ACM-E)
  • Public Address system (SPA)
  • Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT)
  • Sound Signal Reception System (VSS- V2)

−       Zenitel is proud to be selected as supplier on this excellent vessel and we wish “Polarsyssel” good luck on all the world’s oceans, said Rune Hansson, Area Sales Manager in Zenitel Marine.

“Polarsyssel’s” with Vingtor-Stentofon Integrated Communication solutions

“Polarsyssel” is provided with Vingtor-Stentofon Integrated communications solution based on Alphacom Marine (ACM-E).  Vingtor-Stentofon's ACM- E is a platform featuring the latest development such as IP telephony, Web management and IP switching. The ACM intercom terminals are type approved as integrated Public Address (PA), General Alarm (GA), telephone and talkback units.  Additionally ACM-E is fully integrated with the Public Address SPA-system that provides PAGA throughout the vessel via separate loudspeakers and all telephones. The SPA is specially designed to meet the demands for a cost-effective solution on board ships. As a navigation requirement a Vingtor-Stentofon sound reception system (VSS-V2) is installed. This system enables the officer in charge of the navigational watch to hear sound signals and determine their direction.

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