mtu NautIQ BlueVision NG_Basic

mtu NautIQ BlueVision NG_Basic is a non-classifiable monitoring and remote control system, incorporating a simple design and complete basic functionality.

mtu NautIQ BlueVision NG_Basic

Non-classifiable monitoring and remote control system

The automation system for the propulsion system consists of monitoring control and remote control. It is configured by an engineering system and is connected via interfaces to the engine control system, the transmission system, the propulsion system and the auxiliary systems. Primarily used in smaller yachts, mtu NautIQ BlueVision NG_Basic is designed for

mtu Series 2000 and Series 4000 engines. It comes with 1 to 4 shafts / engines and fixed pitch propeller (FPP) propulsion plants. It's features compact hardware for easy installation and commissioning. Local operating panels (LOP) offer basic functionality for installation in the engine room.

Compact hardware

Compact size makes for easy installation and commissioning.

Local Operating Panels (LOP)

For installation in the engine room.

Connected control

Of all components installed throughout the ship.

Integrated ZF autotroll

Function for ZF gear boxes.

Pininfarina Bridge Components

With the optional available Pininfarina bridge components we have responded to the increasingly exacting aspirations of yacht buyers. With this design line we offer an entirely new design concept for control lever, digital touch displays, control panels and analogue display instruments featuring unified and distinctive styling.

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