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B & G V50 VHF Specifications
V50 VHF
H50 Handset
Installation Instructions
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Please read carefully before installation and use.
DANGER
WARNING
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION
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This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential
personal injury hazards, Obey all safety messages that follow this
symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
CAUTION used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
property damage.
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Table of contents
1 Installation preparation.................................................................................6
1.1 Checklist.................................................................................................................................................6
1.2 Tools needed for installation...........................................................................................................6
2 VHF installation...............................................................................................7
2.1 Location requirements......................................................................................................................7
2.2 LCD viewing angle..............................................................................................................................7
2.3 Choose an installation type.............................................................................................................7
2.3.1 Mounting bracket installation.....................................................................................................8
2.3.2 Recessed installation......................................................................................................................9
2.4 V50 dimensions................................................................................................................................. 10
2.5 Handset mic wall hanger............................................................................................................... 11
3 VHF electrical installation.............................................................................12
3.1 Connect the radio............................................................................................................................. 12
3.2 Wiring diagram - NMEA 2000 connections............................................................................. 15
3.3 Wiring diagram - External speaker and hailer........................................................................ 16
3.4 Wiring diagram - NMEA 0183 connections............................................................................. 17
4 H50 Handset installation..............................................................................18
5 Setup your radio - Your user MMSI...............................................................20
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Important safety information
DISCLAIMER: It is the owner’s sole
responsibility to install and use the
instrument and transducers in a manner that
will not cause accidents, personal injury or
property damage. The user of this product is
solely responsible for observing safe boating
practices.
NAVICO HOLDING AS. AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES,
BRANCHES AND AFFILIATES DISCLAIM ALL
LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT
IN A WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS,
DAMAGE OR THAT MAY VIOLATE THE LAW.
Governing Language: This statement,
any instruction manuals, user guides and
other information relating to the product
(Documentation) may be translated to,
or has been translated from, another
language (Translation). In the event of any
conflict between any Translation of the
Documentation, the English language version
of the Documentation will be the official
version of the Documentation.
This manual represents the V50 and H50 as at
the time of printing. Navico Holding AS. and
its subsidiaries, branches and affiliates reserve
the right to make changes to specifications
without notice.
IMPORTANT:
1.
DSC functions will not operate on the V50 until your MMSI has been entered. Refer to DSC
Setup section for details.
2.
The radio channels installed into this B&G VHF radio may vary from country to country depending upon the model and government or national communications authority regulations.
3.
Navico recommends that you check the radio operating licensing requirements of your country
before using this B&G VHF radio. The operator is solely responsible for observing proper radio
installation and usage practices.
4.
A DSC warning label is supplied with this B&G VHF radio. To comply with FCC regulations, this
label must be affixed in a location that is clearly visible from the operating controls of this radio.
Make sure that the chosen location is clean and dry before applying this label.
5.
This radio is designed to generate a digital maritime distress call to facilitate search and rescue.
To be effective as a safety device, this radio must be used only within the geographic range of
a shore-based VHF marine Channel 70 distress and safety watch system. The geographic range
may vary but under normal conditions is approximately 20 nautical miles.
MMSI and license information
You must obtain a user MMSI (Marine Mobile Service Identity) and enter it into your V50 in order to
use the DSC functions. Contact the appropriate authorities in your country. If you are unsure who
to contact, consult your B&G dealer.
The user MMSI is a unique nine digit number, similar to a personal telephone number. It is used on
marine transceivers that are capable of using DSC (Digital Select Calling).
Depending upon your location, you may need a radio station license for the V50. You may also
need an individual operator’s license.
B&G recommends that you check the requirements of your national radio communications
authorities before operating DSC functions.
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RF Emissions notice
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This device’s antenna must be installed in accordance with provided instructions; and it must
be operated with minimum 96 cm spacing between the antennas and all person’s body (excluding
extremities of hands, wrist and feet) during operation. Further, this transmitter must not be co-located
or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
FCC Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a normal installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an output on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced technician for help.
A shielded cable must be used when connecting a peripheral to the serial ports.
Industry Canada Statement
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s).
Operation is Subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired
operation of the devise.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio
exempts de licence.
L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l’appareil ne doit pa produire de
brouillage, et (2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même
si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.
Notice specific to the H50
This ISM device complies with Canadian ICES-001.
Maintain a minimum separation of 2.5 cm (1 inch) from the face.
Cet appareil ISM est conforme à la norme NMB-001 du Canada.
Maintenir une distance minimum de 2,5 cm (1 inch) de la surface.
CE Compliance Statement
This product complies with CE under R&TTE directive 1999/5/EC. The relevant Declaration of Conformity is available in the following website under model documentation section:
http://www.bandg.com.
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1 Installation preparation
1.1 Checklist
Check that you have all the following items before starting the installation. Contact your
dealer if an item is missing:
•
V50 base station, with microphone
attached
--
2 self-tapping screws
•
Dust cover
--
2 flat screws
•
GPS connector cable
--
2 plain washers
•
Speaker connector cable
--
2 spring washers
•
Power supply cable
(with 7 A fuseholder incorporated)
--
2 nuts
•
Spare 7 A fuse
•
Mounting bracket, with:
--
4 self-tapping screws
--
4 flat screws
--
4 plain washers
--
4 spring washers
--
4 nuts
--
2 mounting knobs
•
Handset mic wall hanger, with:
•
2 M5 x 32 screws with 2 plain washers
and 2 nuts (for a recessed installation)
•
Operation Manual
•
Installation Manual
•
Warranty Card
•
DSC Warning Label
•
Template for flush mounting option
•
Declaration of Conformity document
(where applicable)
Note: A VHF antenna is not provided by B&G. Consult your B&G dealer for advice if necessary.
1.2 Tools needed for installation
You will need the following tools:
• Power drill (or hand drill) and drill bits
• Philips screwdriver
• Spanner
• Jig saw (for a recessed installation).
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2 VHF installation
2.1 Location requirements
Please check these before doing any cutting or drilling.
Whichever installation method you choose, ensure that the chosen location:
• Is at least 3’ (1 m) from the antenna
• Allows easy connection to (at least) a 10 Amp fused 13.6 V DC electrical source and the
antenna
• Is at least 1.5’ (45 cm) from the compass to avoid creating magnetic deviation of the
compass during radio operation
• Has a suitable space close by for installing the microphone bulkhead mount
• Provides easy access to the controls on the front panel
• Provides reasonable access to the wiring at the back of the radio
• Provides enough room to fix the DSC warning label.
Side
2.2 LCD viewing angle
The VHF has a large LCD screen with an
optimum viewing angle of approx. +/-20 deg.
Ensure the chosen location provides a suitable
view of the display. Ideally, the user should be
directly in front of the display or no more than
+/-20 deg from the front of the display.
Note: If unsure, temporarily power up the
radio and check for a suitable location.
20˚
20˚
Top
20˚
20˚
2.3 Choose an installation type
There are two ways to install the radio. You can choose:
• Deck or overhead mounting bracket installation. The reversible mounting gimbal is fixed
to a suitable site and the radio is placed into it. The radio can be removed for storage and
the viewing angle can be adjusted.
• In dash or recessed installation. The radio is recessed into a cavity cut into a bulkhead.
The radio fixture is permanent and the viewing angle cannot be adjusted.
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2.3.1 Mounting bracket installation
1.
Hold the supplied mounting bracket at the chosen location and use a soft pencil to
mark the 4 screw hole positions onto the mounting surface.
2.
Drill the 4 screw holes where marked. Drill completely through the mounting surface.
Note: If you are drilling into fiberglass, use a small drill bit to drill pilot holes before drilling the screw holes.
3.
Use the flat screws, spring washers, plain washers, and nuts to attach the mounting
bracket to the location site OR, if you cannot reach behind the mounting surface to
attach the nuts, use the self-tapping screws instead of the flat screws.
4.
Slide the radio into the mounting bracket.
5.
Insert the 2 mounting knobs through the holes and tighten them sufficiently to hold
the radio at your preferred viewing angle.
6.
You can adjust the viewing angle at any time. The viewing angle has a 20º tilt range.
7.
Now install the microphone wall hanger.
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2.3.2 Recessed installation
1.
Tape the supplied mounting template to the chosen location. Ensure that the template
is smooth and taut.
2.
Drill the 2 screw holes where marked. Drill completely through the mounting surface.
Note: If you are drilling into fiberglass, use a small drill bit to drill pilot holes before drilling the screw holes.
3.
Drill through the corners of the hatched area where marked, then cut out the hatched
area to create a cavity in the mounting surface. (The dashed line shows the total area
that will be covered by the radio fascia after installation).
4.
Remove the mounting template and slide the radio into the cavity.
5.
Working from the rear of the bulkhead, screw the radio firmly to the mounting surface
using the 2 M5 x 32 screws with the plain washers and nuts.
(The screws should not be visible from the front of the radio).
6.
Now install the microphone wall hanger.
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2.4 V50 dimensions
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2.5 Handset mic wall hanger
1.
Hold the handset mic wall hanger at the chosen location and use a soft pencil to mark
the 2 screw hole positions onto the mounting surface.
2.
If the mounting surface is:
• non-metallic, use the 2 self-tapping screws and 2 plain washers to attach the handset mic
wall hanger to the mounting surface.
• metallic, use the 2 flat screws, 2 spring washers and 2 nuts to attach the handset mic wall
hanger to the mounting surface.
3.
Hang the handset mic on the handset mic wall hanger.
4.
Now connect the radio.
1.16" (29.5 mm)
0.47" (12 mm)
0.96" (24.5 mm)
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3 VHF electrical installation
3.1 Connect the radio
Both NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000 is supported by this radio. Use the GPS connector cable to
connect NMEA 0183, or the N2K connector for NMEA 2000 connections.
1 - VHF antenna
A suitable radio antenna (not supplied) must be mounted and connected before you can
operate the radio. Consult your B&G dealer for advice, if necessary.
Always mount the VHF antenna as high as possible and at least 37” (96 cm) from the base
station.
2 - NMEA 2000 (N2K) connector
The radio can be connected to an NMEA 2000 network via the NMEA 2000 NETWORK connector on the rear of the radio by a compliant N2K cable (not supplied).
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Pin / Socket
Wire color
Function (NMEA 2000)
1
Green
Can-D, Drain wire, Shield
2
Red
Can-S, Power, +12 V DC
3
Black
Can-C, Ground
4
White
Can-H, Data High
5
Blue
Can-L, Data Low
3 - GPS Connector and cable
NMEA0183 OUT (+)
2 (Orange)
NMEA0183 IN (-)
4 (Green)
NMEA0183 IN (+)
5 (Yellow)
GROUND (Shield)
NMEA0183 OUT (-)
1 (Bare wire)
RS422 OUT (-)
3 (White)
RS422 OUT (+)
6 (Black)
RS232 OUT
7 (Blue)
RS232 IN
8 (Grey)
Line up the arrow on the GPS connector with the arrow on the GPS cable and plug together.
The pin details are shown for information.
Pin /
Socket
Wire
color
GPS / MFD
(NMEA 0183)
AIS
(NMEA 0183 HS)
1
Shield
GROUND,
NMEA 0183 OUT (-)
4800bps
2
Orange
NMEA 0183 OUT (+)
4800bps
3
White
RS232 OUT (-)
38.4 kbps
RS422 OUT (-)
38.4 kbps
4
Green
NMEA 0183 IN (-)
4800bps
5
Yellow
NMEA 0183 IN (+)
4800bps
6
Black
RS422 OUT (+)
38.4 kbps
7
Blue
RS232 OUT (+)
38.4 kbps
8
Grey
RS232 IN
Not used
Note: The GPS connector on the radio is provided with a protective cover. If this connector
will not be used, please ensure the protective cover is fitted.
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4 - Hailer Horn
Wire color
Function
Details
White
(+)
Connect to hailer speaker +
Shield
(-) Shield
Connect to hailer speaker -
Important: Do not short circuit these 2 wires. Install the hailer horn in a forward-facing location on the boat because the hailer horn will transmit the FOG horn sounds and will ‘listen
back’ when not transmitting.
Note: We recommend you use a hailer horn of 4 Ohms to obtain maximum 30 W audio
output power.
5 - External speaker
You can connect 1 x 2 W 8Ω or 1 x 4 W 4Ω speaker to the 3.5 mm speaker connector.
A speaker cable with 3.5 mm plug is provided to make the connection to the speaker.
Wire color
Function
Details
White
Speaker (+)
Connect this wire to the positive terminal of the speaker.
Black
Speaker (-)
Connect this wire to the negative terminal of the speaker.
Wire color
Function
Details
6 - Red
(+) 13.6 V DC
Connect this wire to the positive battery terminal. Use at
least a 10 A fused 13.6 V DC electrical service to the radio.
7 - Black
(-) Ground
Connect this wire to the battery negative terminal.
6, 7 - DC Power
8 - Ground
The vessels battery negative must be common to the boat’s Ground (Optional). You can connect the base station to the boat’s Ground. Use the Ground screw and Ground plain washer
supplied to make this connection.
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3.2 Wiring diagram - NMEA 2000 connections
Multifunction Display
TO
EN
TE R
VHF Antenna
PUS
H
STBY
AUTO
MARK
MENU
GOTO
PAGES
IN
MOB
OUT
MOB
GPS Antenna
Fuse 5A Switch
+
12 VDC
120
120
Power 12 VDC only
T
T
T-Connectors
NMEA 2000 Network
Link8 VHF
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3.3 Wiring diagram - External speaker and hailer
VHF Antenna
VHF Antenna
External Speaker
Hailer Speaker
Link8 VHF
Shield
5
White
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3.4 Wiring diagram - NMEA 0183 connections
RS422 38,400
AIS Information
NMEA0183 Out
GPS Position

TO
EN
TER
MARK
MENU
GOTO
PAGES
IN
MOB
OUT
MOB


NMEA0183 In 4800
DSC Information
PUS
H
STBY
AUTO
- + - +- +
8.Grey N/C
7. Blue N/C
3. White
6.Black
5.Yellow
4. Green
2. Orange
 
1. Shield
 
 
Fuse
Switch
Red
+
Black
12 VDC
Power 12 VDC only
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4 H50 Handset installation
Drill 3 x 04.0mm
mounting holes
Drill 1 x 03.5mm
Wire hole
122.0mm
[4.80]
13.0mm
[0.51]
1.
Choose a suitable location that ensures sufficient room is allocated to allow the H50
handset to fit securly in the charging bracket.
2.
Hold the supplied mounting bracket at the chosen location and use a soft pencil to
mark the 3 screw holes and 1 wire hole positions onto the mounting surface.
3.
Drill the 3 screw holes (0 4.0 mm) and 1 wire hole (0 3.5mm) where marked. Drill
completely through the mounting surface.
Note: If you are drilling into fiberglass, use a small drill bit to drill pilot holes before drilling the screw holes.
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4.
Feed the DC connection wire through the wire hole (lower hole).
5.
Use the flat screws, spring washers, plain washers, and nuts to attach the mounting
bracket to the location site OR, if you cannot reach behind the mounting surface to
attach the nuts, use the self-tapping screws instead of the flat screws.
6.
Connect the DC connection wire to a 12 V DC source via a 1A fuse.
Red wire to battery (+); black wire to battery (-).
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5 Setup your radio - Your user MMSI
CAUTION
You can’t make any DSC transmissions until you’ve obtained a user MMSI and entered
it into your radio.
You must enter your User MMSI before the DSC functions of this radio will work.
See the Setup section in the V50 User Guide for full setup details.
CAUTION
Under extreme operating conditions, the temperature of the rear heat-sink
on this radio may exceed normal surface temperatures.
Caution is advised to prevent possible skin burns.
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