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VOYAGE DATA RECORDER
VR-5000
(Serial number 1001 or greater)
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Keep heater away from equipment.
Do not open the equipment.
Heat can alter equipment shape and melt
the power cord, which can cause fire or
electrical shock.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
Do not place liquid-filled containers
near the equipment.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Fire or electrical shock can result if a liquid
spills into the equipment.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can
result.
Do not operate the equipment with wet
hands.
Immediately turn off the power
(BATTERY, DC and AC switches in
that order) at the main unit and
also turn off the power at the
ship's mains switchboard if water
leaks into the equipment or the equipment is emitting smoke or fire.
Electrical shock can result.
Batteries should be recycled.
Contact FURUNO dealer.
Continued use can cause fatal damage to
the equipment.
I
CAUTION AT POWER-ON
In the DCU, confirm that the LEDs SYS1, SYS2, and SYS3 light in orange and DCU OK in
green after the power has been on two minutes. If not, see code tables in section 3.2.
Procedure for turning on power
1. Turn the AC breaker switch on.
2. Turn the DC breaker switch on if DC power is connected.
3. Turn the BATTERY breaker switch on.
Breaker switches
(AC, DC and BATTERY from left)
DCU
Status LEDs
(SYS1, SYS2, SYS3 from left)
Status LED
(DCU OK)
Power-on indicators
Normal Operation
ORG ORG ORG
GRN
Error indication on Remote Alarm Panel (RAP)
If the ERROR LED (red) lights on the RAP, check the LEDs on the DCU.
II
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................... IV
SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................................................................. V
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION .............................................................................................................. VIII
Chapter 1 OPERATION ................................................................................................................... 1.1
1.1 OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................................. 1.1
1.2 OPERATING PROCEDURE ................................................................................................... 1.5
1.3 OPERATION ON REMOTE ALARM PANEL .......................................................................... 1.6
1.4 LED STATUS........................................................................................................................... 1.7
1.5 COPY OF VDR INFORMATION ............................................................................................. 1.7
1.6 HOW TO REMOVE DRU...................................................................................................... 1.8
Chapter 2 MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................. 2.1
2.1 ROUTINE CHECK .................................................................................................................. 2.1
2.2 REPLACEMENT OF BATTERY.............................................................................................. 2.1
2.3 REPLACING ACOUSTIC BEACON ....................................................................................... 2.3
Chapter 3 TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................... 3.1
3.1 GENERAL TROUBLE FINDING ............................................................................................. 3.1
3.2 OPERATING STATUS ............................................................................................................ 3.2
Chapter 4 LOCATION OF PARTS .................................................................................................. 4.1
Chapter 5 SERIAL INTERFACE (IEC 61162-1).............................................................................. 5.1
Declaration of Conformity
III
INTRODUCTION
Word to the Owner
Thank you for purchasing this FURUNO Voyage Data Recorder. We are confident you will
discover why FURUNO has become synonymous with quality and reliability.
What is a VDR?
The VR-5000 is a Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) which records various data and events
encountered aboard ship. The purpose of the VDR is to help investigators locate the causes of
marine incidents.
The revised SOLAS Chapter V requires the installation of VDR’s on passenger ships of 150 GT
and above on all voyages and other ships of 3000 GT and above on international voyages and
for newly built ships on and after 1 July, 2002.
Composition
The basic VR-5000 consists of a Data Collection Unit (DCU), a Data Recording Unit (DRU) and
microphones to record bridge audio. The DCU contains the Data Processor Unit, interface
modules and backup batteries. It collects data from sensors as required by the IMO and IEC
standards. The DCU processes the incoming data and information in the order of occurrence
while old data is overwritten with new data for storage in the DRU for a 12 h period. The
batteries supply power to the DCU to record bridge audio for 2 h in case of a main ship’s power
failure.
The flash memory in the DRU stores the data coming from the DCU. All essential navigation
and status data including bridge conversation, VHF communications, and radar images are
recorded. The data can be retrieved by using playback software for investigation after an
incident. The DRU components are embodied in the protective capsule. The capsule ensures
survival and recovery of the recorded data after an incident. An acoustical pinger helps locate
the DRU underwater.
FEATURES
• Reliable and fast data exchange between DCU and DRU via a single IEEE1394 cable.
• Easy commissioning and maintenance by PC downloading/uploading
• 12-hour recording of normal sensor loading in standard memory
• UTC time tagged for system synchronization and easy data retrieval
• Choice of flash memory capacity in the data recording unit
• Removable hard disk (HD) for storage and retrieval of data
• Meets IMO A.861 (20), IEC 61996 and other relevant standards.
IV
SPECIFICATIONS
Standards
IMO A.861(20), IEC 61996, A.694, IEC 60945, IEC 61162, etc.
Data collecting unit (DCU)
.1
Structure of DCU
Deck mounted, containing status LEDs, interface, processor unit,
power supply for all VDR operation, and backup batteries.
.2
Processor
CPU: Intel Pentium III in PGA 370 socket
Memory: 512 MB (256 MBx2 PC-100/133 SDRAM)
.3
Interface
Serial data interface: 8 (16) channels
Ethernet (10/100Base-T): 2 channels
Analog: -10 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA on 16 (24) channels
Digital: 3 to 32 V and contact-closure on 64 (288) channels
Audio: 8 channels including as standard 6 bridge audio channels
and 2 VHF channels
Video: 1 (4) radar input (from most commercial radars, resolution
up to 1280 x 1024 pixels)
Number in parentheses shows the maximum channel number.
.4
Data rate
Recording intervals: 1 second except radar image (at 15 s
intervals), adjustable rate for replay
.5
Data retrieval
Data in the hard disk is retrieved, using Extract & Replay software.
.6
Backup
Hard disk
.7
Power supply
100-230 VAC (3.0-1.3 A), 50-60 Hz, 1φ
24 VDC (10A)
Dedicated reserve power supply (batteries in DCU) for 2 h of
bridge audio recording on AC power failure
Data Recording Unit (DRU)
.1
.2
Structure of DRU
Memory
Deck mounted. The protective capsule consists of a stainless steel
outer capsule, insulator and inner capsule. The final recording
media (flash memory) is protected in the inner capsule.
Outer capsule
Stainless steel
Insulator
Nonflammable
Inner capsule
Stainless steel
Final recording media: Flash memory (Standard 6 GB), first-in
first-out basis. Retains data for 2 years under no external power.
V
.3
Environmental tests for
protective capsule
Fire:
1100°C for 1 h, 260°C for 10 h (complies with ED 56A)
Shock: 50 G, duration 11 ms
Penetration: 250 kg with a pin ø100 mm dropped from 3 m (ED
56A)
Deep sea immersion: 6,000 m (60 Mpa)
Ambient temperature
Class of equipment
DCU: Equipment class: For installation in protected area
-15°C to +55°C
DRU: Equipment class: For installation in exposed area
-25°C to +55°C (+70°C storage IEC 60945)
.4
Relative humidity
95% at +40°C
Waterproofing
IEC IPX6
Vibration
IEC 60945
Acoustical beacon
DUKANE Type DK 120 pinger emitting 10 ms pulses at 37.5 kHz.
Automatically switched on, working for 30 days. Battery life 6 years.
Maximum working depth: 6,000 m
.5
Data retrieval
By playback equipment (not part of standard VR-5000)
.6
Power supply
Normally taken from DCU. Integral batteries are capable of running
the beacon for 30 days and the final recording medium for 2 years.
Playback software
.1
Function
Download the data in the DRU to an external medium.
.2
Audio reproducing
Requires quality audio system with loudspeakers. With audio card
per channel.
.3
Facilities required
Commercial PC, desktop or laptop
.4
Minimum specifications
1 GHz Pentium III 256 MHz or better, 128 MB RAM, 32 MB video
RAM, CD ROM drive
OS: Windows 2000 and XP
.5
Monitor
12.1/14/17”, Resolution 1280 x 1024, 1024 x 768, 800 x 600, 640 x
480
Physical data
See outline drawings in Installation manual.
VI
MANUFACTURER’S DECLARATION
Quality assurance
Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. Markets a wide range of industrial equipment and systems for aviation
electronics, land survey and factory controls, and comprehensive range of marine electronic
equipment and systems. Furuno is certified to ISO 9001 by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance
Limited.
X-Radiation
None of this equipment gives rise to a dose rate >5 µJ/kgh (0,5 mrem/h) at 50 mm.
RECORD OF MODIFICATIONS IN THIS OPERATOR’S MANUAL
Pub No.
Software (Prog No.) Outline of changes in Operator’s manual
OME-44180-A V0.99.06
First edition
OME-44180-B V0.99.06
Part of installation is separated.
OME-44180-C V0.99.16
Changed battery. Changed mounting base of DRU.
OME-44180-C1 V2.07.00
Software updated
OME-44180-E V3.00.00
Software updated
VII
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Data Recording Unit (DRU)
IEEE1394 or FireWire
Microphone
Waterproof Box
VR-5012
VR-5020-6 or VR-5020-9
cabling, 30 m
(60 m max with optional
repeater)
Bridge Mic
Repeater
Max. 6 ch
VR-5011
VHF I/F
VHF Audio
Radar Video
IF-5200
Data Collecting
2 ch max
Unit (DCU)
1 ch (2 ch max)
RS-232C
Remote Alarm
Panel (RAP)
VR-5016
* RS-422
Remote
Junction Box
IF-85XX
VR-5010
RGB H/V
GPS
Speed log
Heading
Echosounder
Autopilot
Engine telegraph
Steering gear
M/E remote system
Main air compressor
Bow thruster
Shell door system
Watertight doors
Fire doors
Anemometer
Fire detection
Main alarms
Others
Analog
(16 ch)
IEC61162
Analog
Digital
Digital
(52 ch)
100-230 VAC
Contact
(12 ch)
IEC61162
(8 ch, 16 ch max)
*: One of IEC 61162 channels used
Fig. A
System Configuration of VR-5000
Environmental category
DCU, RAP
Protected from weather
DRU
Exposed to weather
Microphone
Protected from weather
VHF I/F unit
Protected from weather
VIII
Chapter 1
1.1
OPERATION
OVERVIEW
The VR-5000 consists of Data Collecting Unit or DCU, Data Recording Unit or DRU, and
bridge microphone units. The VDR system continuously store data from the past 12
hours onto the Flash Memory in the capsule, erasing the oldest data stored as new data
is recorded. The data to be recorded includes;
.1
.2
.3
.4
.5
.6
.7
.8
.9
.10
.11
.12
.13
.14
.15
Parameters to be recorded
Date and time
Own ship position
Speed
Heading
Bridge audio
VHF communication audio
Radar images
Echosounder
IMO mandatory alarms
Rudder order and response
Engine order and response
Hull (door) openings status
Watertight and fire doors status
Acceleration and hull stress if available
Wind speed and direction if available
IEC 61162 formatter
ZDA or RMC
GNS, DTM
VBW
HDT
Notes
RGB H/V
DPT
ALR
RSA, HTM
RPM, XDR
XDR
XDR
XDR, ALR
MWV
Power Supply precaution
If ship’s mains power source (100-230 VAC) and emergency source fail, the VR-5000
continues to record bridge audio for 2 h from backup batteries.
Continuity of storing data
The VR-5000 should be provided with power to store data for 12 h on first-in, first-out
basis. Recording is only terminated with a key under the following circumstances:
a) During essential maintenance while the vessel is in port.
b) When the vessel is laid-up.
c) In case of emergency, when the HD is removed.
Data Recording Unit
The Data Recording Unit is housed in a highly visible protective capsule which can
withstand a fire of 1100°C for 1 hour and deep-sea pressure of 6000 m.
The underwater acoustic beacon (pinger) on the capsule automatically transmits 10 ms
pulses at 37.5 kHz for at least 30 days when it is submerged in water. The expected life
of the beacon is 6 years. The DRU is connected to the Data Collecting Unit (DCU) with a
-1.1-
non-halogen Firewire cable or IEEE1394.
Data Collecting Unit
The Data Collecting Unit (DCU) mainly consists of Data Processor Unit, Power
Distribution Unit and Junction Box. The DCU includes two 12 V backup batteries with a
lifetime of approximately four years. The DCU collects the data from various sensors and
radar and records them in the flash memory in the capsule (final recording medium).
Recording interval of data and audio is;
- Radar video signal: every 15 seconds
- Bridge and VHF audio: real time
- IEC sentences: when received
- Analog and digital data: every half seconds
Integrity
The recording integrity is ensured by continuous monitoring of power supply, record
function, bit error rate, an microphone functionality. Visual alarm is generated for
malfunction of any of these. Alarm status is also indicated by relay contacts.
Data items to be recorded
.1
Date and time
Date and time is obtained from an external GPS navigator referenced to UTC. Time
information is recorded at intervals of 1 s. Without data and time data, no data except
audio signal is recorded.
.2
Ship’s position
Latitude, longitude and datum are obtained from a GPS navigator, Loran-C receiver or
other EPFS available on standard digital interface. The source of data is identifiable on
playback.
.3
Speed
Speed through the water (STW) or speed over the ground (SOG) is recorded at intervals
of 1 s. The resolution is 0.1 kt. Transverse speed is also indicated when available on
board.
.4
Heading
Heading is recorded at intervals of 1 s to a resolution of 0.1°. The data is labelled G
(gyrocompass), GPS, GLONASS, MAG. If heading information is not available on IEC
61162 format, an appropriate interface may be necessary.
.5
Bridge audio
Six microphones are supplied as standard to record conversation at conning station,
radar display, chart table. If possible, the microphones should be positioned to capture
the audio from the intercom, public address system, and audible alarms on the bridge.
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The microphones are labelled Mic1, Mic2, etc. Microphone captures conversation in the
bridge, audio signals from equipment and sound from machinery. The microphone
generates a test beep every 12 hours which is also recorded. The microphone picks up
audio signals ranging from 150 to 6000 Hz.
.6
Communications audio
A maximum of two VHF communications are recorded for both transmitted and received
audio signals. Audio will be compressed by MP3 or similar technique. The VHF radio
connections are labeled VHF1 and VHF2.
.7
Radar data
Radar image including range rings, EBLs, VRMs, plotting symbols, radar maps, parts of
SENC, voyage plan, and other essential navigational indications, is recorded in the DRU
via the interface in the DCU which is connected to the buffered video output of the radar
display unit. One complete picture frame is captured at intervals of 15 s.
The radar display complying with IEC 60936-1 should have a buffered output (VESA
DMTS compatible) with resolutions between 640 x 480 and 1280 x 1024, and can be
directly connected with the VDR. Scanning may be interlaced or non-interlaced.
Most type approved radars from different manufacturers can be interfaced with the DCU.
.8
Echo sounder
Depth under keel up to a resolution of 0.1 m as available on the ship is recorded.
.9
Main alarms
The status of all IMO mandatory alarms are recorded individually with ID number and
time stamp.
Audible alarms from the alarm units is stored simultaneously by the bridge audio
microphones.
.10
Rudder order and response
Rudder order and response angles are recorded up to a resolution of 1° as available on
the ship. The rudder information is recorded. If more than one rudder is provided, the
circuitry can be duplicated.
.11
Engine order and response
The DCU obtains the engine order and response from the engine telegraph or direct
engine control. The signal level is normally 0-10 V. The engine parameters with shaft
revolution and ahead/astern indicators are recorded to a resolution of 1 rpm.
If a bow or stern thruster is fitted, the circuitry must be duplicated. If controllable pitch
propellers are fitted, their order and response can be recorded.
.12
Hull openings (doors) status
Inputs digital or RS-422 serial can be connected individually. The data is received at
intervals of 1 s and stored with time stamps. Serial data sentence XDR is received at a
data rate of 1,200-9,600 baud.
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.13
Watertight and fire door status
The DCU obtains the IMO mandatory watertight and fire door status signals. The inputs,
digital or RS-422 serial data are recorded individually with time stamps. Serial data
sentence XDR is received at a data rate of 1,200-9,600 baud.
.14
Acceleration and hull stresses
The DCU obtains signals from appropriate hull stress and response monitoring devices.
The inputs are recorded individually and stored with time stamps. Serial data sentence
XDR is received at a data rate of 1,200-9,600 baud.
.15
Wind speed and direction
The DCU obtains the signal from appropriate wind speed and direction sensor. The
inputs are recorded individually and stored with time stamps. Serial data sentence XDR
is received at a data rate of 1,200-9,600 baud.
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1.2
OPERATING PROCEDURE
The VDR comes with three keys for the protection against any unauthorized access. The
key must be kept securely after installation.
Three keys are used;
1) To open the front door of the Data Collecting Unit to gain access to the power switch,
2) To open the door of the removal hard disk (HD).
3) To turn on/off power to and remove the HD.
1.2.1 Recording
To start recording, press the AC, DC (if connected), and BATTERY switches in this order.
These switches locate on the Power Distribution Unit in the Data Collecting Unit. The
VDR records data automatically in the DRU and HD memories.
Confirm that status LEDs are in the condition as shown on the next page.
Breaker switches
(AC, DC and BATTERY from left)
Status LEDs
Status LED (DCU OK)
(SYS1, 2, 3 from left)
Power-on indicators
Breakers on Power Distribution Unit in DCU
1.2.2 Stop recording
Note that the recording is terminated only:
- During essential maintenance purposes whilst the vessel is in port.
- When the vessel is laid-up.
- In case of emergency, when the hard disk is removed.
To stop recording, depress BATTERY, DC, and AC switches in this order. DO NOT turn
off the system by the main breaker on the switch panel while BATTERY switch is on. If
do so, the system operates on the batteries.
The system stops after 2 hour running on batteries.
-1.5-
1.3
OPERATION ON REMOTE ALARM PANEL
No power switch is provided on the Remote alarm panel. It is turned on and off by the
power switch on the DCU. To silence the alarm, press ACK button. When the error LED
(red) on the Remote Alarm Panel is on, identify the error by checking status LEDs on the
Power Distribution Unit in the DCU. See to Chapter 3. The buttons on the remote alarm
panel work as described in the figure below.
Dimmer
Buzzer
Buttons from left
SAVE (w/ protective cover)*:
Stops recording onto HD.
LEDs from left
ACK: Stops buzzer sound.
NORMAL (Green):
It is on at normal
operation.
TEST: Used for test.
ERROR (Red): Lights
when an error occurs.
SAVE (Yellow):
When stopping the
data recording, this
LED starts blinking
from OFF state, then
lights steadily. If the
HD is disconnected,
this LED lights, also.
VDR
REMOTE ALARM PANEL VR-5016
Remote Alarm Panel
Note: Every time the radar connected to the VDR is turned off, the alarm sounds. Press
ACK button to stop alarm sound.
*: If the HD is removed after stopping data recording, data can not be written to the same
HD. To use the same HD, consult a FURUNO serviceman.
-1.6-
1.4
LED STATUS
The LEDs on the Power Distribution Unit (PDU) operates as follows.
Table 1.1 Status of LEDs
LEDs
Status
Remarks
AC
Green
Presence of AC mains
DC
Green
Presence of DC supply if connected
BATTERY
Green
(Blinking)
Presence of DC from reserve battery (During
charging)
DCU OK
Green
Normal operation of DCU processor (Red: NG)
SYS 1 to 3
Orange
No error
When the system diagnostic detects an error, the DCU OK lamp lights in red and SYS 1
to SYS 3 shows error details. See Chapter 3 for error codes.
1.5
COPY OF VDR INFORMATION
VDR information is copied automatically into the removable hard disk (HD) for 12 hours
and is then automatically over-written with new data. Only an authorized personnel can
operate the HD with a key. Bring the HD with you after an incident if possible.
HD
(behind this cover)
HD in DPU
The HD is locked to avoid unauthorized access. The key must be used to open the HD
and select the function as below:
Key position Power status
Security status
A
B
C
Locked, irremovable
Locked, irremovable
Unlocked, removable
ON
OFF
OFF
Key positions
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The green LED (right) on the panel is “Power” indicator and the amber one (left) is HD
access indicator.
Key lock
Cartridge frame
Power indicator
HD access indicator
Lever
Front panel of removable hard disk
To remove the HD, carry out the following procedure.
.1
Press SAVE button (long press) on the RAP (Remote Alarm Panel). The yellow LED
starts blinking, showing that recording is being terminated.
.2
Wait until the LED comes on.
.3
Turn off VR-5000 by pressing BATTERY, DC, and AC switch in this order.
.4 Pull the lever outward and then unlock the key on the HD. (Position C, downward)
.5
Pull the lever to remove the HD.
.6
Insert the HD into the cartridge by reversing above procedures.
.7
Look the key on the HD. (Position A)
.8 Turn on VR-5000.
1.6
HOW TO REMOVE DRU
To remove the DRU from the bracket (cradle);
1. Loosen the hand-tightened cap.
2. Pull the DRU cable straight out.
4. Release levers
1. Cap
(The cable may be cut after an incident.)
3. Remove two snap pins and then
two hinge pins.
4. Lift the release levers.
2. DRU cable
3. Hinge pin
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3. Snap pin
Chapter 2
MAINTENANCE
Periodic checks and maintenance are important for proper operation of any electronic
systems. This chapter contains maintenance instructions to be followed to obtain
optimum performance and the longest possible life of the equipment. This chapter, except
for 2.1 Routine check, is provided for a qualified personnel.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can
result.
2.1
ROUTINE CHECK
Periodically, carry out the following checks.
.1 Examine the cables for signs of damage, such as chafing, cuts or nicks.
.2 Check that all connections are tight.
2.2
REPLACEMENT OF BATTERY
Every four years, the back-up battery must be replaced with new one by a qualified
service engineer.
Battery Type: VR-5015, requiring 2 pcs.
Code Number: 004-379-620
WARNING
Do not attempt to dismantle the battery. If accidental skin/eye contact is made with
the battery fluid, wash the affected area/part immediately with liberal amounts of
clean fresh water and seek IMMEDIATE medical attention.
-
DO NOT INCINERATE batteries as they are liable to rupture if placed into a fire.
Batteries, that have reached the end of their service life, must be disposed in
accordance with the local regulation.
-
Touching electrically conductive parts might result in an electric shock. Be sure to
wear rubber gloves before inspection or maintenance work.
-
Mixing batteries with different capacity, different ages and different manufactures is
liable to cause damage to the battery itself and/or the associated equipment.
-
To obtain maximum life, batteries should never be shorted in a discharge state.
-2.1-
Note that the batteries should be recycled. Contact FURUNO dealer.
To replace the batteries;
.1
Open the front cover with the key.
.2
Remove four upset screws on the power distribution unit and pull out the unit.
Power distribution unit
Upset screw
Pan head screw
.3
Remove three pan head screws on the power distribution unit and pull out its panel
slightly.
.4
Remove the battery connections at the battery terminals.
.5
Dismount the battery cover by removing four screws.
Batteries (cover removed)
Battery terminal
.6
Replace two batteries with new ones.
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2.3
REPLACING ACOUSTIC BEACON
The underwater acoustic beacon has a built-in battery with approx 6 year lifetime. The
beacon must be replaced with new one (type: DK-120, P/No. 000-148-648) by a qualified
service engineer before validity date marked on the beacon.
Necessary tool: M5 Allen wrench
Validity is
marked here.
Underwater
acoustic beacon
(VR-5021)
Use M5 Allen wrench to loosen bolts.
Fig.2.2
Underwater Acoustic Beacon on DRU
Caution
As the acoustic beacon contains a battery, it must be
disposed in accordance with the local regulation.
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Chapter 3
TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter provides information on possible causes of problems you may experience
with your VDR. If you still have a problem after referring to the table, contact your local
dealer or national distributor for further advice. Always provide the product serial number.
3.1
GENERAL TROUBLE FINDING
Use table 3.1 to identify the trouble. The system provides the start-up selftest and the
result is indicated by LEDs.
Table 3.1 Troubleshooting table
Symptom
Possible causes
Possible solutions
AC and/or DC LED not llit
No power supply
Check the breaker switches.
BAT LED not lighting
No power from the battery Call for service.
DCU OK LED lighting in red.
Malfunction of the system
-3.1-
Restart the system. If the
problem still remains, call for
service. Check integrity of DRU
connection.
3.2
OPERATING STATUS
The operating status is indicated by LEDs on the DCU. Table 3.2 shows red and orange
LED status during normal operation of the VDR. When the system detects an error, LEDs
on the PDU will show the details. See next page.
Table 3.2 Status code
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
Description
YEL
YEL
YEL
GRN
This LED-indication is displayed when system is running o.k.
without any errors pending.
GRN
GRN
GRN
GRN
This LED-indication is displayed during saving of the
configuration to flash memory.
GRN
RED
RED
GRN
Indicates system is in IDLE-MODE.
RED
RED
GRN
GRN
Indicates system has been in IDLE and is now preparing to get
running.
RED
OFF
YEL
GRN
Indicates MIC-TEST passed on the selected MICROPHONES.
YEL
RED
GRN
GRN
Indicates VR-5000 is rebooting.
RED
OFF
OFF
GRN
Indicates only 1 Backup-slot left on multi-incident
BACKUPDRIVE.
OFF
RED
OFF
GRN
Indicates NO MORE ROOM on BACKUPDRIVE.
OFF
OFF
RED
GRN
Indicates Backup to BACKUPDRIVE is in progress.
YEL
OFF
OFF
GRN
Indicates we are no longer running on BATTERY-ONLY.
OFF
YEL
OFF
GRN
Indicates that IMAGE recovered from FRAMEGRABBER–error
(radar turned on again).
YEL
GRN
GRN
GRN
Indicates that connection was re-established to PDU.
OFF
GRN
GRN
GRN
Indicates that connection was re-established to RAP.
YEL
RED
RED
GRN
Indicates that SERIAL_TIMEOUT_ERROR recovered.
GRN
RED
GRN
GRN
Previous STORAGE-error recovered automatically.
GRN
YEL
RED
GRN
Indicates that VGA-STATUS_DISPLAY update is being
disabled.
RED
RED
YEL
GRN
Indicates system has received UTC information after a
PRC_UTC_TIMEOUT.
GRN
RED
OFF
GRN
Indicates that DEBUG-LEVEL for framegrabber has been reset
to ZERO.
-3.2-
VR-5000 error codes (3.0)
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
YELLOW YELLOW YELLOW
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
GREEN
Code
253
Name
PRC_STATUS_OK_INDICATION
Description:
System is running normally with no errors pending.
Action:
None.
DCU OK
Code
Name
YELLOW YELLOW YELLOW YELLOW
Description:
VR-5000 has been turned on. Wait for 2 minutes to watch LEDs start 'roll-flash'.
Action:
If LEDs do not flash after 2-3 minutes, system is unable to start normally. Call for
service.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
RED
RED
RED
RED
FATAL SYSTEM ERROR
Request service.
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
OFF
OFF
RED
Code
010
Name
PRC_STATUS_DRU_FAILURE_INDICATION
Description:
System is experiencing trouble communicating with the DRU.
Action:
Trouble-shoot connection from VR-5000 to the DRU(cable, repeaters and possible
IEEE1394/Firewire - board in the PDU.)
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
YELLOW
OFF
OFF
RED
Code
014
Name
PRC_STATUS_BACKUP_DEVICE_FAILURE
Description:
Backup device is either faulty or not set up correctly.
Action:
Replace or reconfigure backup device.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
OFF
RED
OFF
RED
Code
034
Name
PRC_STATUS_STORAGE_FAILURE_INDICATION
Description:
Problem with storing data on storage devices.
Action:
Investigate LOG and repair/replace.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
YELLOW
RED
OFF
RED
Code
046
Name
PRC_STATUS_DRU_INDEX_ERROR
Description:
Problem with INDEX in DRU.
Action:
Investigate LOG and clear INDEX.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
GREEN
GREEN
OFF
RED
SYS 2
PRC_STATUS_FATAL_FAILURE_INDICATION
Action:
RED
SYS 1
170
Name
Description:
SYS 1
YELLOW YELLOW
Code
Code
022
Name
PRC_STATUS_STORAGE_DRU_CONNECTION_TIMEOUT
Description:
DRU has been disconnected more than 90 seconds.
Action:
Connect DRU again or investigate LOG and repair/replace.
SYS 3
DCU OK
OFF
RED
Code
062
Name
PRC_STATUS_STORAGE_LAST_BUFFER_NOT_SAVED
Description:
Storage problem with DRU/BACKUP.
Action:
Investigate LOG(if possible) or contact supplier for repair.
-3.3-
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
OFF
OFF
RED
RED
Code
130
Name
PRC_STATUS_DATAIO_FAILURE_INDICATION
Description:
Problem with ANALOG/DIGITAL interface board inside DPU.
Selftest program run during boot should indicate which board.
Action:
Replace faulty board.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
RED
RED
OFF
RED
Code
042
Name
PRC_STATUS_GRABBER_FAILURE_INDICATION
Description:
One of the active/enabled video-channels can't grab from the channel. This can be
either because radar is turned OFF or wrong configuration.
Action:
If radar is turned OFF, press ACK on RAP to stop alarm. Error will clear when radar
is turned ON again. If Radar is ON, check installation(cables) and configuration.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
RED
YELLOW
RED
RED
Code
186
Name
PRC_STATUS_GRABBER_IMAGE_TOO_BIG
Description:
Video image captured from radar is large than expected.
Action:
Check quality of captured image, colormask(video-channels) and re-adjust
framegrabber.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
RED
OFF
RED
RED
Code
138
Name
PRC_STATUS_CONFIG_FAILURE_INDICATION
Description:
Unexpected error when trying to read CONFIG.
Action:
Check that installed firmware version is correct for connected DRU. If this is a new
DRU, CONFIG_area needs to be 'Cleared'.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
RED
GREEN
RED
RED
Code
154
Name
PRC_STATUS_CONFIG_INVALID_START_TAG
Description:
CONFIG_area in the DRU is clean. This should only happen during
installation/service. This will also be displayed after first boot after clearing
CONFIG_area. It will flash every 15 sec with SYS1/SYS2/SYS3 off and this code.
Action:
Restart VR-5000.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
GREEN
GREEN
RED
RED
Code
150
Name
PRC_STATUS_CONFIG_INVALID_SIZE
Description:
Size of CONFIG_area in the DRU is different from expected one. This should only
happen during installation/service and upgrade of the system software.
Action:
Clear CONFIG_area and restart VR-5000. This will install a ’default’ minimum
configuration.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
RED
GREEN
GREEN
RED
Code
090
Name
PRC_STATUS_CONFIG_INVALID_FLASH_HANDLE
Description:
CONFIG_area in the DRU is corrupt/wrong/un-initialized. This should only happen
during installation/service and if using a DRU not initialized by the VR-5000 it is
connected to.
Action:
Clear CONFIG_area and restart VR-5000. This will install a ’default’ minimum
configuration.
-3.4-
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
OFF
RED
RED
RED
Code
162
Name
PRC_STATUS_CONFIG_MISSING_IN_FLASH
Description:
CONFIG_area in DRU is corrupt/wrong/un-initialized. This should only happen during
installation/service and if using a DRU not initialized by VR-5000 it is connected to.
Action:
Clear CONFIG_area and restart VR-5000. This will install a ’default’ minimum
configuration.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
RED
Code
086
Name
PRC_STATUS_CONFIG_VDRDEFAULT_ERROR
Description:
Built-in configuration in VR-5000 system software failed to load into the DRU. Reason
can be the firmware itself or a problem with the DRU.
Action:
Clear CONFIG_area and restart VR-5000. This will install a ’default’ minimum
Configuration. If the error still occurs, try to see if the DRU is set up correctly
(partitions/partition-size).
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
GREEN
RED
GREEN
RED
Code
102
Name
PRC_STATUS_CONFIG_UNABLE_TO_SAVE
Description:
VR-5000 could not save configuration to the DRU/BACKUPDRIVE.
Action:
1. Check DRU connected. 2. BACKUPDRIVE O.K. 3. For other call for service.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
RED
GREEN
OFF
RED
Description:
Code
026
Name
PRC_STATUS_TIMEDIFF_TOO_BIG
Communication-port defined to deliver UTC time information delivered a UTC time that is
more than 1 hour different from the VR-5000 system clock. This normally happens if
GPS or time source sending the information is out of sync, or the system clock wasn’t
set to UTC time before starting.
Try to see if the CMOS clock is set correctly.
If not, set it and restart VR-5000.
Action:
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
RED
Description:
If yes, find out why the time source-device defined in the WEB-configurator is delivering ’
out of bands’ time information.
Code
218
Name
PRC_STATUS_MIC_TEST_FAILED
Microphone test failed to test the microphones defined in the WEB-configurator. This
test can be run from MENU 13 in the WEB-configurator, and is run every 12 hours
during normal operation (first time 12 hours after system start up).
Check if microphones mounted are disabled in the WEB-configurator.
(AUDIO section->channels(3,4,5)).
Action:
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
RED
YELLOW
YELLOW
RED
Description:
If this is o.k., locate the faulty microphone and check/replace it.
Code
Name
301-316 PRC_SERIAL_TIMEOUT
A serial channel has not delivered data within the specified timeout period.
Reconnect serial data.
Action:
(250)
Check failed device.
-3.5-
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
GREEN
GREEN
YELLOW
RED
Code
214
Name
PRC_STATUS_RUNNING_ON_BATTERY
Description:
Both AC and DC power are down. Audible alarms will only be generated for max 2 min.
Action:
Reconnect AC or DC power.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
GREEN
YELLOW
YELLOW
RED
Description:
Action:
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
OFF
GREEN
GREEN
RED
Description:
Code
246
Name
PRC_STATUS_PDU_NO_CONNECTION
The cable between the PDU and DPU is not connected.
Reconnect the cable between the PDU and DPU.
Code
082
Name
PRC_STATUS_RAP_MISSING
Remote alarm panel is missing. Connection to R.A.P. is lost.
Check Cable to R.A.P.
Action:
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
YELLOW
OFF
YELLOW
RED
Reconnect R.A.P.
Code
206
Name
PRC_RECORDING_STOPPED_INDICATION
Description:
VR-5000 has stopped recording. System has been running on BATTERY only for more
than 2 hours, or index has been cleared and system has not been rebooted.
Action:
Reconnect AC or DC. The system will start recording after 30 sec.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
RED
RED
GREEN
RED
Code
106
Name
PRC_STATUS_SYSTEM_STOPPED
Description:
SYSTEM_STOP - request has been completed (system has stopped collecting data).
Action:
Turn OFF POWER to power down, or recycle POWER to restart
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
RED
YELLOW
RED
RED
Code
238
Name
PRC_SYSTEM_DRIVE_FAILURE
Description:
System did not find valid System drive(DRU).
Action:
Check that a valid DRU is connected(Validated flashdrives installed).
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
RED
RED
YELLOW
RED
Code
234
Name
PRC_UTC_TIMEOUT
Description:
System has not received UTC information within 2 minutes after system start up.
Action:
Check that a valid UTC source is connected to the serial port defined as UTC source.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
YELLOW
GREEN
YELLOW
RED
Code
254
Name
PRC_SELFTEST_FAILED
Description:
System failed the SELFTEST.
Action:
Connect via webbrowser or VGA screen to see reason for failure.
SYS 1
SYS 2
SYS 3
DCU OK
OFF
RED
YELLOW
RED
Code
226
Name
PRC_NUM_FLASH_DRU_ERROR
Description:
System failed to find correct number of Flash drives in DRU.
Action:
Check communication with DRU.
-3.6-
Chapter 4
LOCATION OF PARTS
Data Processor Unit (DPU)*
Removable Hard Disk
Cover
Power Distribution Unit
(PDU)
Junction box
Cable clamp
*: To pull out the PDU, first pull out the DPU.
Data Collecting Unit (DCU)
-4.1-
Digital IF Board
Analog IF Board
Audio Analog Board
Frame Grabber Board (w/ Multiplexer)
Video Board
LED Control Board
Fire Wire Board
Power Supply
Unit
256 MB RAM Card
(2 pcs)
Mother Board
DPU Processor Board
Removable
Hard Disk
Data Processor Unit (DPU)
Note: Lithium battery CR2032 is installed on the DPU Processor Board. If it is necessary
to adjust the system time frequently, it is time to replace the battery.
-4.2-
FIREWIRE
VIDEO
Hard disk (top) and
DRU (bottom)
(VD1, VD2, VD3 and
VD4 from bottom)
DIGITAL
AUDIO
LED INTF
ANALOG
VGA
CPU
SERIAL 1
COM 1, COM 2 (top)
SERIAL 2 (to add extra serial 8 channels)
24 VDC
Main Control Unit, Rear view
PDU Board
BNC connectors
for radar video
AC/DC power pack
Batteries
LED Board
Breaker switches
Power Distribution Unit (PDU) with cover removed
-4.3-
J46 (RS422)
MAIN JB Board
J47 (RS422, optional)
J35 (Digital)
J51
J49
J53
J2 (Analog)
SUB JB Board
J3 (Audio)
Junction Box (JB), Rear view
Underwater acoustic beacon
(Pinger)
FireWire connecting tube
Capsule rleasing latches
Data Recording Unit (DRU)
Flash Memory Boards in DRU, out of protective cylinder
-4.4-
VR-5000 PARTS LIST
This equipment contains complex modules in which fault diagnosis and repair down to
component level are not practical (IMO A.694(17)/8.3.1. Only some discrete components
are used. FURUNO Electric Co., Ltd. believes identifying these components is of no value
for shipborne maintenance; therefore, they are not listed in this manual. Major modules
can be located on the parts location on previous pages.
Module
Type
Code No.
Remarks
Data Processor Unit
Power Distribution Unit
Terminal Board
Removable Hard Disk
FR-MDK1
Battery
VR-5015
Acoustic beacon
VR-5011
2/set
Data Processor Unit (DPU)
Mother Board
PBP-14C
Power Supply Unit
ORION-300DX/24
Processor Board
ROBO-678
256 MB RAM Board
256MB PC133
OS Flash Memory Card
64 MB
Adapter Board
CFDISK.IB
LED Control Board
PCI-1284
Audio Analog Board
PCI-9111DG
Analog IF Board
PCI-9111HR
Digital IF board
PCI-7396
FG (Frame Grabber) Board
FAST FRAME 1300
RS-422 IF Board
PCI-422
DRU IF Board (IEEE 1394 adapter)
IOI-1394LPA
Fan
AD0812HB-A70GL
Fan
AD1212HB-A71GL
Removable hard disk
VR-5014
Power Distribution Unit (PDU)
PDU Board
2000016
AC/DC converter
SP-200-27
LED Board
2000009
-4.5-
include
Multiplexer PCB
40 BG
Module
Type
Code No.
Remarks
Breaker
III-FII2-PIMI-16A
DC and BAT
Breaker
III-FII2-PIMI-3A
AC
Junction Box
JB MAIN Board
2000018
JB SUB Board
2000019
Photocoupler assy
SFH6286-2
Relay
HRS2H-S-DC24V
Data Recording Unit
Flash Memory
VR-5023-6
6 GB
Flash Memory
VR-5023-9
9 GB
Mounting Base
VR-5022
Cable gland
Washer
Beacon fixture
-4.6-
Chapter 5
SERIAL INTERFACE (IEC 61162-1)
Notes: Some sentences described here are proposed ones by the recent IEC TC80/WG6
(Digital Interface Working Group) at the time of this publication. They are marked with
PAS 101, PAS 102, etc.
ALA - Set detail alarm condition
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
$xxALA, hhmmss.ss, aa, aa, xx, xxx, A, A, c—c *hh<CR><LF>
0: Header 1: Event time (Optional) 2: System indicator of alarm source
3: Sub-system/equipment/item indicator of alarm source 4: Number of equipment / units / items
5: Number of alarm source 6: Alarm condition 7: Alarm’s acknowledge state
8: Alarm’s description text 9: Check-sum
ALR – Set alarm status
(PAS 101)
Updated the text label of the alarm identification field to be the same as that field in the ACK
sentence.
$--ALR,hhmmss.ss,xxx,A,A,c--c*hh<CR><LF>
Alarm’s description text
Alarm’s acknowledge state, A = acknowledged, V=
unacknowledged
Alarm condition (A = threshold exceeded, V = not exceeded)
Unique alarm number (identifier) at alarm source
Time of alarm condition change, UTC
DPT - Depth
IMO Resolution A.224 (VII). Water depth relative to the transducer and offset of the measuring
transducer. Positive offset numbers provide the distance from the transducer to the waterline.
Negative offset numbers provide the distance from the transducer to the part of the keel of
interest.
$--DPT, x.x, x.x*hh<CR><LF>
Checksum
Offset from transducer, in meters = distance from transducer to water-line
Water depth relative to the transducer, in meters
DTM - Datum reference (to be further developed)
Local geodetic datum to which a position location is referenced.
$--DTM, ccc, a*hh<CR><LF>
Country sub-division code
W72 - WGS 72, W84 - WGS 84,
IHO - datum code,
999 - user defined
-5.1-
FIR – Fire detection
(PAS 102)
0
3
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
$xxFIR, A, hhmmss.ss, aa, xx, xxx, xxx, A, A, c--c, *hh<CR><LF>
0: Header
1: message type
3: System indicator of fire detection 4: Division indicator of
door allocation (1) 5: Division indicator of door allocation (2)
6: Fire detector number or
activation detection number count
7. Condition 8: Alarm’s acknowledge state 9: Alarm’s
description text
10: Check-sum
GNS
GNSS fix data
Fix data for single or combined satellite navigation systems (GNSS).
$--GNS, hhmmss.ss, llll.ll, a, yyyyy.yy, a, , c--c,
1
2
3
4
xx, x.x, x.x, x.x, x.x, x.x *hh<CR><LF>
5
6
7
8
9
10
1: UTC of position
2: Latitude, N/S
3: Longitude, E/W
4: Mode indicator 1st char.=GPS, 2nd=GLONASS, 3rd=other satellite system
N=No fix
F=Float RTK
A=Autonomous
E=Dead reckoning mode
D=Differential
M=Manual input mode
P=Precise
S=Simulator mode
R=Real time Kinematic
5: Total number of satellites in use, 00-99
6: HDOP
7: Antenna altitude, m, re: mean-sea-level(geoid)
8: Geoidal separation, m
9: Age of differential data
10: Differential reference station ID
HDT - Heading True
$--HDT, x.x, T*hh<CR><LF>
Checksum
Heading, degree true
HSS - Hull stress surveillance systems
0
1
2
3
(PAS 102)
4
$xxHSS, c--c, x.x, A, *hh<cr><lf>
0: Header
1: Measurement point ID 2: Measurement value
3: Data status, A = data valid, V = data invalid 4: Check-sum
Note :This must be verified by Ship Classification. VDR is required to log such data if HSS is fitted
on ship.
-5.2-
MWV - Wind speed and angle
(PAS 102)
When the reference field is set to relative, data is provided giving the wind angle in relation to the
vessel’s heading and wind speed, both relative to the moving vessel.
When the reference field is set to true, data is provided giving the wind angle relative to the
vessel’s heading and wind speed, both with reference to the moving water. True wind is the vector
sum of the relative apparent wind vector and the vessel’s velocity vector along the heading line of
the vessel. If represents the wind at the vessel if it were stationary relative to the water and
heading in the same direction.
$--MWV, x.x, a, x.x, a, A*hh<CR><LF>
Status, A = data valid
Wind speed units, K/M/N
Wind speed
Reference,
R = relative
T = true
Wind angle, 0° to 359°
-5.3-
RMC – Recommended Minimum Specific GPS Data
Checksum, mandatory for RMC
Magnetic variation (000.0 - 180.0°), degrees E/W
Date: dd/mm/yy
Course over ground, degrees True
$--RMC, hhmmss.ss, A, 1111.11, a, yyyyy.yy, a, x.x, x.x, xxxxxx, x.x, a,a*hh<CR><LF>
Speed over ground, knots
Longitude, E/W
Latitude, N/S
Receive status (V = navigation receiver warning)
UTC of position fix
RPM – Revolutions
(PAS 102)
Shaft or engine revolution rate and propeller pitch.
$--RPM, a, x, x.x, x.x, A*hh<CR><LF>
Status: A = data valid
Propeller pitch, % of maximum, “-” = astern
Speed, revolutions/min, “-” = counter-clockwise
Engine of shaft number, numbered from center-line
Odd = starboard, even = port, 0 = single or no center-line
Source, shaft/engine S/E
RSA - Rudder sensor angle
$--RSA, x.x, A, x.x, A*hh<CR><LF>
Port rudder sensor (see note), Status: A = data valid
Starboard (or single) rudder sensor (see note), Status: A = data valid
NOTE - Relative measurement of rudder angle without units, “-” = turn to port. Sensor output is
proportional to rudder angle but not necessarily 1 : 1.
-5.4-
VBW - Dual ground/water speed: This sentence to be expanded as shown below:
$--VBW, x.x, x.x, A, x.x, x.x, A, x.x, A, x.x, A *hh<CR><LF>
2
Status , stern ground speed
A = data valid
V = invalid
1, 2
Stern transverse ground speed , knots
Status2, stern water speed, A = data valid
1, 2
Stern transverse water speed , knots
Status, ground speed, A = data valid
Transverse ground speed1 , knots
1
Longitudinal ground speed , knots
Status, water speed, A = data valid
Transverse water speed1 , knots
1
Longitudinal water speed , knots
NOTES
1. Transverse speed: “-“ = port, Longitudinal speed: “-“astern.
For vessels equipped with dual water and/or ground speed systems ; data for the equipment
mounted towards the stern are reported in these fields.
-5.5-
XDR - Transducer measurements
Measurement data from transducers that measure physical quantities such as temperature, force,
pressure, frequency, angular or linear displacement, etc. Data from a variable number of
transducers measuring the same of different quantities can be mixed in the same sentence. This
sentence is designed for use by integrated systems as well as transducers that may be connected
in a “chain” where each transducer receives the sentence as an input and adds its own data fields
on before retransmitting the sentence.
$--XDR, a, x.x, a, c--c, ........ a, x.x, a, c--c*hh<CR><LF>
Transducer “n” (see note 1)
Data, variable number of transducers
Transducer No. 1 ID
Units of measure, transducer No. 1 (see note 2)
Measurement data, transducer No. 1
Transducer type, transducer No. 1 (see note 2)
NOTES
1 Sets of the four fields “type-data-units-ID” are allowed for an undefined number of transducers.
Up to “n” transducers may be included within the limits of allowed sentence length, null fields are
not required except where portions of the “type-data-units-ID” combination are not available.
ZDA - Time and date
UTC, day, month, year and local time zone.
$--ZDA. hhmmss.ss, xx, xx, xxxx, xx, xx*hh<CR><LF>
Local zone minutes description, same sign as local hours
Local zone description 00 h to ± 13 h (see note)
Year
Month, 01 to 12
Day, 01 to 31
UTC
NOTE - Zone description if the number of whole hours added to local time to obtain GMT. Zone
description is negative for east longitudes.
-5.6-
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FIRST EDITION : APR. 2003
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Pub. No. OME-44180
( TATA ) VR-5000
: AUG. 24, 2005
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