Control Equipment refers to the installed equipment required to operate and control the ballast water treatment equipment.
Source: Resolution MEPC.174(58), revised Guidelines for approval of ballast water management systems (G8), 10 October 2008, International Maritime Organization. Regulatory Guidance
Class that includes distributed control systems, programmable logic controllers, SCADA systems, associated operator interface consoles, and field sensing and control devices used to manage and control the process.
- NOTE: The term also includes field bus networks where control logic and algorithms are executed on intelligent electronic devices that coordinate actions with each other, as well as systems used to monitor the process and the systems used to maintain the process.
Source: ANSI/ISA–99.00.01–2007, Security for Industrial Automation and Control Systems, Part 1: Terminology, Concepts, and Models, 29 October 2007. National Standard
Control Equipment – refers to the installed equipment required for proper functioning of the prototype ballast water treatment technology.
Source: Resolution MEPC.140(54), Guidelines for approval and oversight of prototype ballast water treatment technology programmes (G10), 24 March 2006, International Maritime Organization. Regulatory Guidance