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Oceanic Systems

Oceanic Systems

Oceanic Systems (formerly Offshore Systems) is a world leading manufacturer of NMEA 2000 based Integrated Alarm, Display and Control Systems for leisure and commercial vessels. Their products include fuel, water and waste tank sensors, electrical system monitoring, temperature management, fuel and water transfer and engine instrumentation.



  • The Offshore systems 3345 colour multi function Display, provides a compact and flexible solution to display all the ships Tanks, dc Sources and ac Sources on a single sunlight readable bright colour display.It has a high resolution sunlight readable colour display in a compact 95mm square rugged format.The display screens are user selectable so that the user can mix the tank sender display to suit their requirements, allowing them to choose different tank types on each page, of a multipage tank display. The 3345 is simple, powerful, reliable and very easy to install and use.

    (2 items) from AED 6,283.00
  • The 3350 Digital tank level gauge displays the fuel, fresh water, grey water or black water tank level digitally on a standard 2” panel gauge.It includes an automatic high and low level alarm that operates a sounder and a flashing red LED when the level passes user settable limits. The sounder can be muted from the front panel. The 3350 is fitted with a 10 amp relay that can control an external alarm or device that is set when the unit triggers it’s high or low level alarm level. The unit mounts in a standard 2” diameter panel hole and the front and panel seal is to IP66. It has a blue LED digital tank level display that varies in brightness as the ambient light level varies. Cut-out size 2” Overall Ø 68 mm. Voltage 12/24V

    (3 items) from AED 1,538.00
  • The 3350-GTPO and new 3350-htpo holding tank pump outcontroller displays the holding tank level on a standard 2”panel gauge. The green START button manually starts the pump out where and when allowed. The unit automatically stops the pump out when the tank is empty to avoid the pumps running dry. The user can also stop the pump out at any time by pressing the STOP button. The controller is fitted with a 10 amp relay to control the pump out pump. The unit mounts in a standard 2” diameter panel hole and the front and panel seal is to IP66. It has a red LED lamp that flashes when the pump out is in progress and a blue LED holding tank level display that varies in brightness as the ambient light level varies. It attaches to the NMEA2000® network using a single “Micro” plug. It draws less than 150mA from the network. Cut-out size 2” Overall Ø 68 mm. Voltage 12/24V

    (2 items) from AED 2,618.00
  • The 3271 NMEA2000® volumetric fuel sender provides very accurate measurement and output of either the remaining Fuel level or the remaining fuel volume to the NMEA2000 network. It is accurate to ±2% and automatically provides a stilling action to dampen out fuel slosh in the tank to maximise accuracy when conditions are rough or the boat is travelling quickly. The 3271 can be programmed with up to 100 volumetric points, so that it offers the most accurate indication of the remaining volume of fuel in the tank. This volume information can then be displayed on any NMEA2000® enabled display, wherever it is required. No more volume inaccuracies caused by having to set just 8 or 16 volumetric points. No ultrasonic “dead band” which makes it impossible to measure the fuel in the top 75 mm or 3 inches of the Fuel tank! Just rugged dependable accuracy with thousands of units installed worldwide. It is now standard fitting on many well known power, sail and work boat builders. It is robustly constructed in stainless steel with no moving parts to stick or fail in service. It is available to suit tank depths from 250 mm to 3 meters. The sender constantly monitors the fuel for any water contamination and warns if any is found to protect the engine from expensive damage. 10.08.0018 It is easily fitted in the fuel tank using the industry standard SAE 5 bolt fitting, 1.5” NPT or a 1.25” BSP threaded mount. Up to 16 fuel level senders can be connected to a single network and the sender number is simply selectable at installation by means of the small rotary switch. It is certified to the NMEA2000® network standard and attaches to the network using a single “Micro” plug. It draws less than 50mA from the network. Cut-out size: Type SAE 5 bolt, Type NPT 11⁄2 mm & Type BSP 1-1⁄4 ” Overall Ø 63 mm. Voltage 12V Note : User can modify the probe length between range mentioned in the “Probe length”.

    (13 items) from AED 1,571.00
  • 3281 Water level senders are available for fresh water tanks. They provides a ±2% accurate tank level to the nmea2000® marine network. They are robustly constructed in stainless steel with no moving parts to stick or fail in service. They are easily cut to length to suit tank depths from 250 mm to 2 meters. They are easily fitted in the tank using a single 1.25” BSP threaded hole or into the standard SAE 5 bolt fitting by using the SAE 5 Bolt to 1.25” sender mounting ring adaptor (optional). Up to 16 of each type of sender can be connected to a single network and the tank number is simply selectable at installation by means of the small rotary switch. Up to 16 of each type of sender can be connected to a single network and the tank number is simply selectable at installation by means of the small rotary switch. It is certified to the NMEA2000® network standard and attaches to the network using a single “Micro” plug. It draws less than 50mA from the network.  Cut-out size 2.5” Overall Ø 60 mm. Voltage 12V Note : User can modify the probe length between range mentioned in the “Probe length”.

    (5 items) from AED 1,624.00
  • The 4522 Cabin air temperature sensor is designed to accurately measure theair temperature in a boat cabin using a highly accurate type K thermocouple mounted in an attractive white plastic enclosure. The unit is designed to be wired to an Offshore systems 4521 temperature input module. The unit should be attached to the cabin wall or ceiling by using the screwsprovide through the holes in the plastic base. The green thermocouple wire should run to the 4521 module behind the mounting wall or in a protective channel securing it at regular intervals. Please note that it is permitted to shorten the green wire if required but it is NOT permitted to extend the wire using ordinary two core cable. If it is necessary to extend the wire please contact Exalto Emirates for a suitable wire extension piece.

     AED 442.00
  • 4524 Ring bolt temperature probe type K

     AED 1,147.00
  • The probe should be attached via the threaded thermocouple compression mount into an appropriate female thread, or secured with a suitable washer and nut. The green thermocouple wire should run to the 4521 module in a protective channel securing it at regular intervals. Please note that it is permitted to shorten the green wire if required but it is NOT permitted to extend the wire using ordinary two core cable. If it is necessary to extend the wire please contact Exalto Emirates for a suitable wire extension piece

     AED 898.00
  • The unit should be attached to the engine room wall or ceiling by using suitable screws through the holes in the metal base. Ensure the probe is in a location which has good airflow to obtain an accurate reading. The green thermocouple wire should run to the 4521 Module in a protective channel securing it at regular intervals. Please note that it is permitted to shorten the green wire if required but it is NOT permitted to extend the wire using ordinary two core cable. If it is necessary to extend the wire please contact Exalto Emirates for a suitable wire extension piece.

     AED 1,734.00
  • The Offshore system’s 4521 4 channel temperature module monitors up to 4 type K thermocouples and reports their temperature over the NMEA2000® network. These thermocouples can include rugged engine room temperature sensor 4525, Cabin air temperature sensor 4522, liquid temperature sensor 4523 and ring bolt temperature sensor 4524. The unit will also work with standard type K temperature sensors that are user supplied. The unit has user configurable temperature source information for each channel and a red warning LED that is lit if the sensor is damaged or improperly connected. The connections from the thermocouples to the unit are made by the boat builder preferred Wago cage clamp terminals. The unit can be either panel mounted or DIN rail mounted using the clips supplied. It comes with a detailed user manual and is certified to work with NMEA2000®. The 4521 NMEA2000® 4 channel temperature module is an important part of Integrated alarm, display and control system.

     AED 3,085.00
  • The Offshore Systems 4410 16 channel switch input module monitors switch closure devices and reports their status over the NMEA2000® network. These devices can include fire/smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, bilge and flood float detectors, doorway and porthole closure detectors, valve status detectors and many more. With this module and suitable NMEA2000® displays the status of all :these items can be viewed anywhere on the vessel. The unit has PLC quality inputs that are manufactured to IEC 61131 and IEC61000 standards so they are optically isolated and fully protected against ESD, voltage surges and transients to ensure the most reliable operation at all times. It is compatible with either 12 or 24 Volt systems. It requires NO user setup menus but the simple setting of two small rotary address switches so multiple switch input modules can exist on the same network. The connections to the unit are made via boat builder preferred WAGO cage clamp terminal blocks which allow either solid or multi-stranded wires from 0.08 to 1.5 mm2 to be connected quickly and securely. Each switch input also has a tell tale green LED to indicate when it is active. The 4410 can be either panel mounted or din rail mounted using the mounting clips provided. The unit comes with a detailed user manual and is certified to work with NMEA2000®. The 4410 16 channel switch input module is an important part of NMEA2000® based vessel monitoring and control system. Typically used to monitor Fire detectors Smoke detectors Carbon monoxide detectors Bilge and flood level float switches Doorway, porthole and hatch switches Pir motion detectors Valve status switches Coolant flow switches Overtemp alarm switches Water in fuel switches

     AED 3,465.00
  • The Offshore System’s NMEA2000® 4510 exhaust gas temperature sensor and 4511 exhaust gas temperature probe are designed to measure the exhaust gas temperature of a marine engine or generator. It uses a highly accurate type T thermocouple and report the temperature directly onto the NMEA2000® network. The probe is designed to be easily mounted in the exhaust hose with an armoured stainless steel sheathed cable to the NMEA2000® sensor module mounted within 3 meters. The probe mount is a corrosion resistant duplex stainless steel pocket that is sealed to prevent any exhaust leaks. The standard NMEA2000® output messages can be displayed on any suitably equipped NMEA2000® displays to show the actual temperature so that partial cooling water blockages can be seen before any damage occurs. Offshore System also have a free standing exhaust gas over temperature Alarm Panel with alarm provisions for 3 main engines and two generator sets with a high intensity audible and visual alarm for helm position mounting. The 4510 exhaust gas temperature sensor is an important part of the Offshore systems complete vessel monitoring and control system.

    (2 items) from AED 3,085.00
  • The Offshore systems 3478 relay output module - 8 way allows messages over the NMEA2000® network to directly control 8 power relays using standard NMEA2000® PGN messages. Each of these relays are each totally isolated and can be connected to any mix of dc or ac control circuits each controlling up to 8 amps at 35b Volts dc or 250 Volts ac resistive load. Normal applications for these relays would be providing remote alarm inputs, pump management, power switching contactors, light control and many other applications where power needs to be controlled over the network. Each 3478 has a switch settable switch bank instance to allow multiple relay output modules on a single network. The connections to the relays are made via boat builder preferred WAGO cage clamp terminal blocks which allow either solid or multistranded wires from 0.08 to 2.5 mm2 to be connected quickly and securely. Each relay output also has a tell tale green LED to indicate when each relay is operated.The 3478 is operated from the standard NMEA2000® switch bank control PGN 127502 from any NMEA2000® controller. The unit also transmits the standard NMEA2000® switch bank status PGN 127501 every 2 seconds to keep the network updated.The 3478 can be either panel mounted or din rail mounted using the mounting clips provided. The unit comes with a detailed user manual and is certified to the NMEA2000® network standard. Typically used to monitor 8 Fully isolated SPCO relays. 8 Amp @ 35 Volts dc or 16 Amp @ 250 Volt ac contacts. Indicator LED for each relay. Switch settable device instance. Boat builder preferred WAGO cage. Clamp terminalb connections. Receives standard NMEA2000® switch bank / relay commands. Transmits standard NMEA2000® switch bank / relay status every 2 seconds. Certified to NMEA2000®.

     AED 2,411.00
  • The 3890 24 Volt power adapter allows a standard NMEA2000® network to be powered from the yachts 24 volt supply. The 24 voltinput can vary from 17 - 32 volts whilst the fully stabilised unit holds the output steady. The unit provides the NMEA2000® standard 13.6 volts supply at up to 6 Amps which is sufficient to power any normal NMEA2000® network. The 3890 comes with a complete mounting kit including a dedicated mounting bracket and screws and 1⁄4” crimp connectors for the 24 volt input connection. It connects to the NMEA2000® network by means of a 2 meter power tee that has the standard micro plug and socket to be included in the NMEA2000® trunk or backbone cable. The 3890 24 Volt power converter is robustly constructed to the IEC60945 maritime navigational and radio communications equipment standard to ensure high reliability and trouble free operation for many years. It comes complete with 2 meter power tee cable, mounting bracket and screws, crimp connectors and full installation and operation instructions.  

     AED 869.00
  • The Offshore Systems 3185 J1939 to NMEA2000® adaptor takes standard J1939 engine and transmission messages and transmits them onto the NMEA2000® network. The J1939 interface is optically isolated to prevent ground loop problems and is read only so no messages are sent to the J1939 interface for absolute safety. The adaptor is equipped with LEDs to indicate when J1939 messages are received and when NMEA2000® messages are transmitted. Requires NO user setup menus but the simple setting of two small rotary source and address switches so multiple adaptors can exist on the same networks. The J1939 connections to the unit are made via boat builder preferred WAGO cage clamp terminal blocks which allow either solid or multistranded wires from 0.08 to 1.5 mm² to be connected quickly and securely. The 3185 can be either panel mounted or din rail mounted using the din rail mounting clips provided. The unit comes with a detailed user manual and is certified to work with NMEA2000®. The 3185 J1939 adaptor is an important part of our NMEA2000® based Vessel Monitoring and control system.

     AED 3,001.00
  • The 3125 NMEA2000® tank sender adaptor allows a standard resistive tank level sender to connect to the NMEA2000® network. It is compatible with both European standard 0-180 Ohm and United States standard 240-30 Ohm tank level senders and is accurate to ±1%. It is easily configurable to resistive senders from fuel, freshwater, wastewater, live well, oil and blackwater (sewage) tanks linking them to the NMEA2000® network. It supports up to 16 tanks of each type on a single network. The unit is simply setup with two small rotary switches and does NOT need any external display unit to do this. The tank sender adaptor is robustly constructed to the IEC60945 maritime navigational and radiocommunications Equipment standard to ensure high reliability and trouble free operation for many years. It is certified to the NMEA2000® network standard and attaches to the network using a single “Micro” plug. It draws less than 50mA from the network.

     AED 1,530.00

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