The core business of Kwant Controls is the design and manufacturing of various types of control units for the electrical remote control of practically all kinds of propulsion and steering devices, such as: traditional main engine/clutch/CPP-FPP shaft lines, tunnel thrusters, azimuthal thrusters, rudders and water jets.


The telegraph systems are supplied with potential free telegraph command contacts for a voyage data recorder, as well as for telegraph alarm, power failure and station on service (if more than one receiver/transmitter is used).

Orders are transmitted and acknowledged by pressing the push-button engraved with the required order. When pressed, it remains locked in that position and automatically releases the push-button of the previous order. When an order is transmitted from the wheelhouse telegraph, the signal lamps inside the corresponding pushbuttons at all locations will flash and the audible alarms are activated, giving an intermittent alarm signal. The lamps inside the push-buttons of the previous order remain continuously illuminated. As soon as the order is acknowledged, the push-buttons of the current order will be continuously illuminated and the audible alarms will fade.

The push-button telegraphs can be used in combination with the “Norm” type telegraphs, which have a rotary switch rather than push-buttons, and can be supplied in a watertight, heavy duty execution.

IP level: IP40 / IP56


  • External Horns, gongs and/or claxons for audible alarm;
  • Rotating mirror beacon for optical alarm;
  • Additional (potential free) contacts for specific applications;
  • Also available in 9 commands i.e. without FWE and STBY.
For all inquiries about this product, please fill out the form below. Our control units are available as part of a remote control systems with an integrated telegraph and/or electric shaft system. After submitting the form, a sales representative will contact you shortly.
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
E.g. Picture of part that needs replacing.

Related Products