mtu NautIQ Genoline NG

mtu NautIQ Genoline NG is a non-classified and classified automation system that is made for onboard power generation plants.

mtu NautIQ Genoline NG

Made for onboard power generation plants.

The modular system design makes it perfect for the adaption of the diesel engine and generator to the particular diversity of operating conditions that exist for onboard power generation. It is compatible with mtu Series 4000 and Series 2000 engines on request.

The mtu NautIQ Genoline NG automation system is an innovative, high-end system that is available in two installation versions and can be supplied with LOP15 (standard) or LOP16 for special applications.

The system is compatible with:

  • Diesel-electric propulsion plant non-classified and classified
  • Special applications
  • MIL
  • Shock
  • EMC

Maximum reliability

Availability and maintenance-friendly design for minimal downtime.

Low lifecycle costs

Effective operation, low fuel consumption and long service intervals.

Ultimate compatibility

All mtu components are integrated, thoroughly tested and supported. Everything's designed to work together, which means less maintenance downtime for you.

Reduced emissions

Advanced technology meets applicable emissions and environmental regulations.

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