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One-Year Limited Hardware Warranty
Fugro Seastar AS and its operating companies world-wide (SeaSTAR), warrants this
product to be free from defects in workmanship and material for a period of one year
from the date of original sale by Fugro Seastar AS or its iiinauthoriz dealers, to the
original purchaser or end user.
Fugro Seastar AS reserves the right to repair and/or replace, at its option, any part or
parts found to be defective, provided such defects, in their opinion, are due to faulty
material or workmanship and are not caused by iiinauthorized or improper repair or
abuse, or normal wear. Purchaser shall be responsible for shipping and insurance of
the returned product for repair under this warranty. Fugro Seastar AS will pay
shipping and insurance for the product’s return to purchaser provided that the product
returned proves to be defective under this limited warranty.
This warranty applies only to normal usage of the product. It does not apply to units or
electronic circuit boards defective due to improper installation or handling. Physical
damage due to lightning or other electrical discharge and units subjected to fresh or
salt-water contamination are not covered. Fugro Seastar AS reserves the right not to
warrant the product if, upon request, sufficient proof of recommended installation
compliance as laid out in this manual is not provided. No other warranties are
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Fugro Seastar AS assumes no responsibility for any consequential or incidental
losses or damages of any nature with respect to the use of this product.
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REVISION HISTORY
April 2009
First issue
May 2009
Minor corrections
November 2009
References to G2 added. PDF version of
user manual now on CD rather than USBstick.
WEEE info inserted.
February 2010
NTRIP and FTP functionality added
Contact info on initial subscription added
Menu interface layout added
Default settings added
Misc corrections
March 2010
Minor corrections. Changed menu
interface layout in Appendix D. Edited
error in pin out for RS232 cable.
September 2010
Dual channel functionality added.
Improved menu interface, and new expiry
disable subscription added.
Default port settings added.
Automatic port settings based on
subscription type.
February 2011
Added RS-422 and LAN cable
description. Changed default port
settings. Updated menu structure, added
diagnostic menu.
Manual Reference: 3610 DGNSS receiver User Manual
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Copyright Fugro SeaStar AS 2011. No part of this manual can be reproduced without the express permission of SeaSTAR AS.
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ACRONYMS USED IN THIS MANUAL
CE
CEMF
C/N
C/N0
DGPS
DGNSS
DHCP
DPS
EN
G2
GPS
GLONASS
HP
IEC
IP
LAN
LED
LNA
NCC
NMEA
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RF
RoHS
RTCM
SCF
TCP
UDP
WEEE
WGS84
DOP
GGA
VBS
FTP
Communauté Européenne
Counter Electro-magnetic Force
Carrier to Noise ratio
Carrier to normalised Noise ratio
Differential GPS
Differential Global Navigation Satellite System
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Differential Positioning Sensor
European Norm
High Precision GPS&GLONASS
Global Positioning System (USA)
GLObal NAvigation Satellite System (Russian)
High Precision
International Electrotechnical Committee
Internet Protocol
Local Area Network
Light Emitting Diode
Low Noise Amplifier
Network Control Centre
National Marine Electronics Association
(Standard for interfacing marine electronic device)
Networked Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol
Radio Frequency
Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive
Radio Technical Commissioning Maritime
Super Compressed Format
Transmission Control Protocol
User Datagram Protocol
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
World Geodetic Datum of 1984
Dilution of precision
Global positioning system (GPS) fix data
Virtual Base Station
File Transfer Protocol
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................... 1
ABOUT THIS MANUAL.................................................................................................... 1
SYSTEM FEATURES...................................................................................................... 1
SYSTEM COMPONENTS ................................................................................................ 3
GETTING STARTED .................................................................................................. 4
INITIAL SETUP.............................................................................................................. 4
MODES OF OPERATION SETUP .............................................................................. 6
DGNSS MODE SETUP ................................................................................................. 6
HP/XP/G2 MODE SETUP .............................................................................................. 6
VBS MODE SETUP ....................................................................................................... 6
RECEIVER INTERFACES .......................................................................................... 8
POWER ...................................................................................................................... 8
ANTENNA.................................................................................................................... 8
SERIAL LINES .............................................................................................................. 9
UDP PORTS ............................................................................................................. 10
MENUS AND DISPLAYS ......................................................................................... 11
GENERAL ................................................................................................................. 11
ALARM SITUATIONS.................................................................................................... 12
MAIN PAGES ............................................................................................................. 13
SIGNAL STATUS ......................................................................................................... 14
ABOUT ..................................................................................................................... 15
STATUS .................................................................................................................... 15
SET POSITION/CHANNEL ............................................................................................. 16
PORT CONFIGURATION MENU...................................................................................... 17
SET GPS L1 SITES MENU .......................................................................................... 18
SET GLO L1 SITES MENU .......................................................................................... 18
DISPLAY CONFIGURATION MENU ................................................................................. 19
BACKUP CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................... 19
3610 DGNSS RECEIVER AND DPS SETUP EXAMPLE ......................................... 20
INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................ 25
INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS ................................................................................. 25
DGNSS ANTENNA LOCATION ..................................................................................... 25
CABLE INSTALLATION ................................................................................................. 25
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................. 27
RECEIVER SERVICE PROCEDURE................................................................................. 29
APPENDIX B ............................................................................................................ 31
SEASTAR RECEIVER PROBLEM REPORT FORM ............................................................ 31
APPENDIX C ............................................................................................................ 33
FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS .................................................................................... 33
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APPENDIX A ............................................................................................................ 29
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APPENDIX E - MENU STRUCTURE ....................................................................... 35
ABOUT MENU ............................................................................................................ 35
STATUS MENU - CHANNEL A, CHANNEL B.................................................................... 36
STATUS MENU - NTRIP ............................................................................................. 37
STATUS MENU - VBS ................................................................................................. 37
STATUS MENU - ALARMS ............................................................................................ 38
STATUS MENU - POSITION .......................................................................................... 39
STATUS MENU - GPS TIME ........................................................................................ 40
STATUS MENU - CORRECTIONS .................................................................................. 41
STATUS MENU - ANT. POWER ..................................................................................... 42
SET POS/CH - CH. OPTION ........................................................................................ 43
SET POS/CH - CH. OPTION ........................................................................................ 44
SET POS/CH - CHANNEL ............................................................................................ 45
SET POS/CH - NTRIP ............................................................................................... 46
SET POS/CH - POSITION ............................................................................................ 47
SET POS/CH - ANT.POWER ....................................................................................... 48
PORT CFG - SERIAL PORT ......................................................................................... 49
PORT CFG - UDP PORT ............................................................................................ 50
PORT CFG - TCP/IP ................................................................................................. 51
PORT CFG - FTP ...................................................................................................... 52
MAIN MENU - SET GPS L1 SITE.................................................................................. 53
MAIN MENU - SET GLO L1 SITE.................................................................................. 54
MAIN MENU - DISPLAY CFG ........................................................................................ 55
MAIN MENU - BACKUP CFG ........................................................................................ 56
APPENDIX F – DIAGNOSTIC MENU ...................................................................... 57
DIAGNOSTIC MENU – ABOUT ...................................................................................... 57
DIAGNOSTIC MENU – STATUS ..................................................................................... 58
DIAGNOSTIC MENU – CONFIG ..................................................................................... 59
DIAGNOSTIC MENU – CORRECTIONS ........................................................................... 60
DIAGNOSTIC MENU – IO- STATISTICS .......................................................................... 61
DIAGNOSTIC MENU – RESET STATISTICS ..................................................................... 62
DIAGNOSTIC MENU – ERASE FLASH............................................................................. 63
DIAGNOSTIC MENU – DAC CALIBRATION ..................................................................... 64
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INTRODUCTION
This manual has been produced to assist the typical user with the installation and
operation of the 3610 DGNSS receiver.
About this manual
This manual is organised into the following chapters:
Chapter 1
Introduction - A brief presentation of the manual and system features.
Chapter 2
Getting started – Describes how to get started with the 3610 DGNSS
receiver as quickly as possible.
Chapter 3
Modes of operation setup – Description of the different operation
modes.
Chapter 4
Receiver interfaces – Describes power, antenna and serial line
interfaces.
Chapter 5
Menus and displays – Describes how to set up and configure the
receiver.
Chapter 6
3610 DGNSS receiver and DPS setup example – Describes DGNSS
receiver setup with various DPS systems.
Chapter 7
Installation – A brief presentation of installation considerations and
description on how to install antennas and cables.
Chapter 8
Technical specifications – Describes the physical dimensions,
required power, environmental restrictions and cable specifications.
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Receiver service procedure
SeaSTAR receiver problem report form
Factory default settings
Menu interface layout
Diagnostic menu interface layout
System features
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The 3610 DGNSS Receiver is a component of the Fugro worldwide DGNSS Service.
The Fugro service is a full-time differential GNSS (DGNSS) broadcast system
delivering corrections from an array of GPS and GLONASS reference stations located
around the globe. Reference stations provide industry standard formatted corrections
to Network Control Centres (NCCs) at strategic geographic locations, where the
corrections are decoded, checked, and repackaged in a highly efficient broadcast
format. The data is modulated onto an RF carrier which is then up-converted for
transmission to an L-band communications satellite.
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The signals are received via the antenna/DGNSS receiver. After selection of the
desired individual reference site's data set, the signals are made available as
corrections for use in a GPS and GLONASS differential capable receiver.
The 3610 DGNSS receiver supports the following SeaSTAR services:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
SeaSTAR HP
SeaSTAR G2
SeaSTAR XP
SeaSTAR DGNSS
SeaSTAR VBS
SeaSTAR HP is a decimetre level phase-based service. It is derived from the GPS L1
and L2 frequencies for centimetres. The service uses GPS phase measurements to
obtain an accuracy of 10 cm horizontally (95%) and 15 cm vertically (95%). Available
in Europe, America, the Middle East and Asia.
SeaSTAR G2 uses the GPS L1 and L2 frequencies in both GPS and GLONASS to
compensate for ionospheric delay. The orbit/clock concept utilizes reference stations
with a worldwide spread to calculate the orbit and the clock value of each GPS and
GLONASS satellite more accurately than the broadcast ephemeris. Orbit and clock
corrections to the broadcast ephemeris are then transmitted to the user. These
corrections are valid worldwide and the distance from the nearest reference stations
to the user does not affect performance.
SeaSTAR XP is a decimetre level phase-based service. It uses worldwide valid
orbit/clock data that is based on GPS L1 and L2 frequencies.
This concept uses reference stations with a worldwide spread to calculate the orbit
and the clock value of each GPS satellite more accurately than the broadcast GPS
ephemeris. Orbit and clock corrections used to broadcast ephemeris, are then
transmitted to the user. These corrections are valid worldwide and the distance from
the nearest reference stations to the user does not affect performance.
SeaSTAR VBS (Virtual Base Station) is a metre level code-based service based on
the GPS L1 frequency. VBS provides users with accurate positioning with a correction
message further enhanced from their location. This multiple reference station solution
can provide accuracy to within one metre. VBS provides consistent accuracy over
wide areas. VBS is highly reliable since it is not dependent on any single reference
station. There are no position jumps due to switching from one reference station to
another. Available worldwide.
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SeaSTAR DGNSS is a metre level code-based service. It is based on GPS L1 and
GLONASS L1 frequencies. This is similar to DGPS. Since GLONASS is not fully
operational, DGLONASS has to be used together with DGPS to increase the number
of available satellites in the navigation solution. Available in South America, West
Africa, Europe, the Middle East and upon request in other areas.
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System components
A standard delivery of the 3610 DGNSS receiver with a spotbeam antenna consists of
the following parts:
1.
2.
3.
4.
3610 DGNSS receiver unit
Coax cable RG-58 – N-male to N-female, 1 m
Coax cable RG-58 – TNC-male to N-female, 1 m
2 x RS-232 serial cables LIYCY 3 x 2 x 0.14 mm2, 9-pin DSub male to 9-pin
DSub female, 2 m length
5.
RS-422 serial cable, 9-pin DSub male to 5-pin Weidmuller female, 2 m length
6.
LAN cable, shielded, 3 m length.
7.
Power supply 85 VAC...265 VAC / 24 VDC / 0.75 A
8.
AC power lead set, 2P, SKX/H03VVH-F, 2 × 0.75 mm2, 2 m length
9.
DC power lead, SKUB 2 x 0.75 mm2 red (+)/black (-) with connector of type
Hirose LF07WBP-6S female, 1.5 m length
10. Mounting brackets with screws. [These are mounted on the unit on delivery.]
11. CD or USB stick with this manual
12. DGNSS spotbeam antenna with brackets
A standard delivery of the 3610 DGNSS receiver for Inmarsat consists of the following
parts:
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
3610 DGNSS receiver unit
2 x Coax cable RG-223 – N-male to TNC-male, 1 m
Coax cable RG-223 – N-male to TNC-female, 1 m
2 x RS-232 serial cables LIYCY 3 x 2x 0.14 mm2, 9-pin DSub male to 9-pin
DSub female, 2 m length
RS-422 serial cable, 9-pin DSub male to 5-pin Weidmuller female, 2 m length
LAN cable, shielded, 3 m length.
Power supply 85 VAC...265 VAC / 24 VDC / 0.75 A
AC power lead set, 2P, SKX/H03VVH-F, 2 × 0.75 mm2, 2 m length
DC power lead, SKUB 2 x 0.75 mm2 red( +)/black (-) with connector of type
Hirose LF07WBP-6S female, 1.5 m length
Mounting brackets with screws. [These are mounted on the unit on delivery.]
CD or USB stick with this manual
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2.
3.
4.
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GETTING STARTED
The purpose of this section is to get you started with the 3610 DGNSS receiver as
quickly as possible.
When the receiver is supplied to you, it will be configured with default factory settings.
This means that you need to configure the receiver and get a subscription before it
can deliver useful corrections. In addition, you also need to connect the appropriate
cables and apply power to the receiver (and antenna).
There are six buttons on the keypad; ESC , , ,  and  (Enter) (see figure 5).
The  button is used to confirm user input and settings. It is also used to select a
page. The ESC button is used to exit pages without changing settings, while the
arrow buttons are used to turn pages and to set parameters.
Initial setup
Figure 1. Rear View of 3610 DGNSS receiver
1. Install the DGNSS antenna in such a way that it has a clear view of the sky in the
direction of the satellite (see also page 25). Refer to the NCC in your region for an
azimuth/elevation chart for the satellite service you have subscribed to.
2. Connect the DGNSS antenna cable between the DGNSS antenna and the 3610
DGNSS receiver (ANT connector at rear panel).
3. Connect the power cable to a suitable 9-24 VDC power supply. Check correct
polarity. This will power on the unit. We recommend using the supplied power
supply.
a). By selecting the service directly in the Set Pos/Ch menu (see page 16) or
b). By entering the frequency and symbol rate directly into the Set Pos/Ch menu
(see page 16).
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4. Configure the 3610 DGNSS receiver to acquire the DGNSS signal. This can be
done in the following ways:
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The receiver will indicate frequency searching by displaying "Init" on the signal status
page. When it has locked to the signal, “Sync” and finally "Lock" will be displayed.
Signal strength will also be indicated by a bar graph display and C/N ratio. Should the
“Lock” indicator fail to be displayed after 30 – 90 seconds, check through steps 1 to 4
above. Acquiring lock for the first time can take longer time if the broadcast station
and satellite list are updated between production date and initial setup.
5. Make sure you have a valid subscription. If you need any support on the
subscription, the contact info is:
SeaSTAR Customer Support and 24 Hour Help Line
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Tel: +47 21 50 14 20
Fax: +47 21 50 14 01
E-Mail: seastarservice@fugro.no
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MODES OF OPERATION SETUP
Set the receiver to the required mode; DGNSS, HP/XP/G2 or VBS.
Note!
During certain situations it may take up to 40 min before normal operation
is achieved with regard to output of correctional data. Reasons for this
include:
First time power-up.
The unit has been moved for a longer distance without having GPS
track.
Without power for a longer period of time.
DGNSS mode setup
In DGNSS mode, the RTCM data will be available from the output ports A and/or B
or LAN.
In DGNSS mode, the GPS L1 output must be enabled. In addition, the GLO L1
output and Iono output could be enabled if GLONASS corrections and/or
ionospheric corrections shall be used.
HP/XP/G2 mode setup
In HP/XP/G2 mode, the HP/XP/G2 data will be available from output ports A
and/or B or LAN. Default port settings are initially configured, and will by default
change based upon the type of subscription. If different port settings are needed,
the ports will need to be set up to match the requirements of your GPS receiver
HP/XP/G2 ports. The Port Cfg menu item must then be used to set these
parameters (see page 17).
In HP/XP/G2 mode the HP/XP/G2 output must be enabled.
DC power supply
3610
receiver
DGNSS antenna
PWR
A and/or B
GPS receiver
ANT
LAN
VBS mode setup
In VBS mode a composite set of RTCM corrections is computed from the GPS
network data sent over the link. The following information is required to compute
these corrections; time (supplied via the link), GPS almanac data (supplied via the
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Figure 2. Operating in DGNSS or HP/XP mode
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link), and receiver location entered via the display configuration menu or through the
GGA message via a GPS receiver.
In VBS mode, the RTCM data will appear on the output ports A and/or B or LAN.
Default port settings are initially configured, and will by default change based upon
the type of subscription. If different port settings are needed, the ports will need to
be set up to match the requirements of your GPS receiver RTCM ports. The Port
Cfg menu item must then be used to set these parameters (see page 17).
For the VBS operation, the 3610 DGNSS receiver needs to be supplied with a
position for the area of operation. Insert the position via the Set Pos/Ch menu
(see page 16), or from a GGA message input at port A and/or port B.
In VBS mode, the VBS output must be enabled.
DC power supply
DGNSS antenna
3610 receiver
PWR
A and/or B
GPS receiver
ANT
LAN
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Power
The 3610 DGNSS receiver will operate on any DC voltage between 9 VDC and 24
VDC. When operational, the unit dissipates typical 9 W (max 12 W) of power.
Power is connected to the unit via a 1.5 metre long red/black lead. The cable is
terminated with a 6-pin Hirose LF07WBP-6S female connector. Red is +Vin and black
is -Vin.
The connector pin layout is illustrated in Figure 4. Left is as viewed from the female
mating side, and right is solder side.
Figure 4. Pin layout of Hirose LF07WBP-6S female connector
The connector has the pin layout as described below:
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
GND (Service only)
PPS_IN (Service only)
-Vin
-Vin
+Vin
+Vin
Table 1 Power connector pin layout
Antenna
The DGNSS spotbeam antenna has an internal LNA (low noise amplifier), which is
powered by +12 VDC. The antenna can be supplied either by external power or
powered from the 3610 DGNSS receiver power (see page 16). If you use external
power, make sure to attach DC-block between the external power and the 3610
DGNSS receiver ANT connector.
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Antenna connection is made via a low loss 50-Ohm coaxial cable (RG-223), which is
terminated with a standard 50-Ohm male N-type connector.
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Serial lines
The panel connectors for serial port A and B are DB9 female. Pin layout is described
below:
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
RS-422 TX+
RS-232 TXD
RS-232 RXD
Not in use
GND
RS-422 TXNot in use
RS-422 RX+
RS-422 RX-
Table 2 Serial line pin layout
Special serial cables are supplied with the DGNSS receiver. The cables are
terminated as described below.
DB9 male
Pin number
2
3
5
2 metre cable
----------------------------------------------------------
DB9 female
Pin number
2
3
5
Table 3 RS-232 data cable layout
DB9 male
Pin number
2 metre cable
1
6
8
9
5
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Weidmuller
female
Pin number
2
1
5
4
3
Table 4 RS-422 data cable layout
Do not use standard RS-232/ RS-422 cables
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Note!
Serial port settings depending on subscription type
By default the automatic port settings based on subscription type is set to on. Any
manual changes in the port settings, will disable the automatic port configuration
based on subscription type.
Note!
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The table below describes the automatic serial port configuration, depending on the
type of subscription:
Subscription type
H : HP
L : L1
I : IONO
G : GLONASS
V : VBS
R : RAW (SCF)
Serial port A
Serial port B
X
X
X
X
X
X
UDP ports
The Ethernet connector is a standard RJ45 Ethernet connector with two LEDs.
Shielded Ethernet cables can be used to connect to this port.
The Ethernet interface provides the possibility to send corrections on four different
UDP ports.
Default port numbers are:
A: 31100
B : 31110
C : 31120
D : 31130
Default UDP Net Mask is:
: 192.168.000.255
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The UDP port mask must be configured to match the Ethernet to which it is connected
to. Activation of the ports to be used must also be configured, by default all UDP ports
are set to off. Type of correction output on the UDP ports is configured in the Port Cfg
menu, under each UDP port.
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MENUS AND DISPLAYS
General
The 3610 DGNSS receiver has an internal display with two lines x 16 characters.
There are six buttons on the keypad; ESC, , , ,  and  (Enter).
The  button is used to confirm user input and settings. It is also used to select a
page. The ESC button is used to exit pages without changing settings, while the
Arrow buttons are used to turn pages and to set parameters.
Pressing the ESC and  buttons simultaneously for at least three seconds will reboot
the receiver.
There are two LED indicators on the 3610 DGNSS receiver, one green and one red.
The green LED indicator is lit when the unit is powered on. The red LED indicator is lit
or flashes when the 3610 DGNSS receiver unit has an alarm situation.
Figure 5. The 3610 DGNSS receiver front panel
There are seven main pages in the 3610 DGNSS receiver menu structure: Status
menu, Set Pos/Ch menu, Port Cfg menu, Set GPS Sites menu, Set GLO Sites
menu, Display Cfg menu and About menu. In addition to the main pages, a Signal
status page (top level page) is displayed.
When the 3610 DGNSS receiver unit starts, the Signal status page is displayed
showing indication of signal strength, satellite name and lock status.
On the display pages there are arrow indicators at the bottom right side of the display.
The arrows indicate the possibility to turn pages up or down.
Possible to turn page up or down
Possible to turn page up
Step into sub-menu
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Alarm situations
The 3610 DGNSS receiver has two LED indicators, one green for power indication
and one red for alarm indication. The red LED will be lit continuously or flash if one of
the situations below arises. The LED will be turned off if the situation which activated
the alarm becomes OK, for example if lock on signal, upgrade of software is finished.
The alarm situation will, however, be stored in the Status menu.
Criteria
No lock on signal
During software upgrade
Antenna voltage failure,
voltage to the antenna drops
Not subscribed
output
LED characteristics
Continuous red
Flashing at ⅓ Hz
Text displayed
No lock
Flashing at ½ Hz
Voltage failure
Flashing at ½ Hz
Not subscribed
The user must acknowledge the alarm on the display by pressing ESC before the
alarm text disappears and the LED is turned off. The display will return to the page it
displayed before the alarm text was displayed.
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If an alarm arises, but the situation becomes OK before the alarm is acknowledged on
the display, there is a timeout on the display so the alarm text disappears after three
minutes and returns to the page it displayed before the alarm was activated. The LED
will, however, continue to flash until pressing ESC.
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Main pages
Signal status
The Signal status page is the top page in the 3610 DGNSS receiver. This page is
displayed after start up, and is at the top level of the menu structure.
About
From the About menu it is possible to read receiver type, serial number, software
version and subscription expiry date. It is also possible to reset receiver and select
factory default. No configurations from these pages are possible.
Status
From the Status menu it is possible to read channel and position status, alarm status,
port status and the antenna output voltage. No configurations from these pages are
possible. From the Alarm sub menu it is possible to see the list of previous alarms.
Set position/channel
From the Set Pos/Ch menu it is possible to configure frequency, symbol rate, which
service to use and to set position. In addition, it is possible to set the antenna output
power on or off (12 VDC).
Port configuration
From the Port Cfg menu it is possible to configure the communication ports in the
3610 DGNSS receiver. The receiver has two serial ports, Port A and Port B and LAN.
Set GPS L1 Sites
From the Set GPS Sites menu it is possible to select which GPS L1 reference sites to
use.
Set GLONASS L1 Sites
From the Set GLO Sites menu it is possible to select which GLONASS L1 reference
sites to use.
Display configuration
From the Display Cfg menu it is possible to configure the contrast and backlight on
the receiver display.
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Backup configuration
From the Backup cfg menu it is possible to save and restore user configurations.
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Signal status
The Signal status page for the 3610 DGNSS receiver indicates
signal strength, which satellite the receiver is set to, the lock criteria
and available subscriptions.
After power on, the receiver will begin to search for a DGNSS
satellite. "Init" will be displayed at the bottom right of the screen
when the receiver is in search mode. When the receiver locks to a
signal, "Lock" will be displayed instead. If a signal is lost after being
locked, "Sync" will be displayed.
“Init”
“Sync”
“Lock”
: No lock has been aquired since startup or
change of channel settings.
: No lock has been aquired since last loss of
lock.
: Lock is aquired and correct corrections are being
output on the port A and/or port B or the LAN port,
depending on the port configuration.
A signal strength number, C/N, will be shown in the top left of the
screen together with filled bars when the receiver locks.
The changing between "L" and “l” at the top right indicates that the
demodulator is locked to the L-band signal. The changing between
"N" and “n” at the top right indicates that the demodulator is locked
via NTRIP. Changing between “p” and “P” at the top right indicates
that a GGA message is applied.
8.4
EUSAT
L
Lock A
At the bottom left, the text alternates between showing configured
satellite and available subscriptions. The subscription indications
are as follows:
H : HP
L : L1
7.4
HLIGV
pl
Lock A
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Note! If "Lock" does not appear, check frequency and symbol rate in the Set Pos/Ch
menu and make sure the antenna is connected and powered, with a clear view of the
sky.
Bars filled
C/N
No bars
<1.0
1 bar
1.0 – 1.5
2 bars
1.5 – 2.0
3 bars
2.0 – 3.0
4 bars
3.0 – 4.0
5 bars
4.0 – 5.0
6 bars
5.0 – 6.0
7 bars
6.0 – 7.0
8 bars
> 7.0
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I : IONO
G : GLONASS
V : VBS
R : RAW (SCF)
About
When pressing arrow down in the Signal status page, the Main menu with its main
pages appears.
The About menu shows information about the 3610 DGNSS receiver.
The DGNSS receiver type, serial number and software version are
displayed.
Main Menu
About
In addition, the subscription expiry date of the DGNSS service is
displayed.
The serial number (Sno) of the unit is important when contacting
Fugro SeaSTAR for subscription requests.
SeaSTAR 3610
Sno. 1160579
SeaSTAR 3610
Ver. 2.01.03
SeaSTAR 3610
Subsc.
SeaSTAR 3610
Exp. 4 Oct 2010
SeaSTAR 3610
Reset
Status
The Channel status page displays DGNSS satellite status. When
selecting a channel status page and using the  and  buttons to
toggle up and down, the satellite ID, service ID, actual frequency,
symbol rate, Uplink status, good and bad counts, last lock time, C/N
and C/N0 are displayed. The good and bad counts percentages are
displayed from the last 5 minutes of samples.
Main Menu
Status
Status
Channel A
Status
Channel B
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When pressing the Enter or the  button from the the Status menu,
the channel status, NTRIP, VBS, Alarms, Position status, GPS time,
corrections output and Antenna power on/off are displayed.
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The NTRIP page displays if the NTRIP is active or not, the NTRIP IP
address, the NTRIP port and the NTRIP mountpoint (satellite).
The VBS page displays if an input from an external GPS receiver is
available, and the status of the input data. Information available is
the quality of the service: Q1 (GPS) or Q2 (DGPS), number of
satellites, DOP, data age of the corrections and the latitude/longitude
values that are input.
Status
Ntrip
Status
VBS
From the Alarms page current and/or previous alarm situations can
be accessed.
Status
Alarms
Selecting the Position status page displays the position input by the
user. If no position is input, --- is displayed.
Status
Position
The Status GPS Time menu gives the current date and time
received from the satellite.
Status GPS Time
No time
The Corrections menu shows on which ports the different correction
formats are set up. The following status could be shown:
sAB meaning serial port A and B
uABCD meaning UDP port A, B, C and D.
Status
Corrections
Combinations of these such as sA uBD, could also be shown
according to the port configuration settings.
The Ant.power displays if the antenna voltage is turned on or off.
Status Ant.power
12.40V
Set position/channel
The Ch. Option menu makes it possible to select channel A, B or
both channel A and B as Lband sources. If both channel A and B are
selected, this will include automatic switching between the two
channels based on the C/N, and the quality of the signals. Lost lock
on one channel will force a switching to the other channel, if good
data are received on this channel. Correction data will only be
transmitted for the current channel. The frequency difference
between channel A and channel B is limited by 10 MHz. If channel A
and channel B are separated by more than 10 MHz, lock might not
be obtained.
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Set Pos/Ch
Ch. Option AB
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When pressing the Enter or the  button from the Set Pos/Ch
menu, the channel option, used channel, channel settings, NTRIP,
position settings and antenna power on/off settings are displayed.
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The Use Channel menu makes it possible to select which channel
to use, if both channel A and channel B are selected in the Ch.
Option menu.
From the Channel page it is possible to set the satellite service,
frequency and symbol rate. Note that the satellite service choice will
not be available before a satellite list is downloaded.
From the NTRIP page it is possible to set NTRIP enable/disable, IPaddress to server, user name and password.
From the Position page it is possible to manually set the latitude
and longitude. Press  to enter selection mode. Press  and  to
move to correct digit and press  and  to change the numbers.
Press  to save the change.
Position
N 11°11.1111’
E 22°22.2222’
is converted to
LAT 1111.1111N
LON 2222.2222E
Set Pos/Ch
Use Channel A
Set Pos/Ch
Channel A
Set Pos/Ch
Channel B
Set Pos/Ch
Ntrip
Set Pos/Ch
Position
From the last sub-menu you can set the antenna power on/off.
Port configuration menu
When pressing the Enter or the  button from the Port Cfg menu,
the serial, UDP, TCP and FTP port settings are displayed.
From the UDP port A, UDP port B, UDP port C and UDP port D
menus the port mask, port number and the activation of the port is
selected. It is also possible to select GPS enable/disable, VBS
enable/disable, HP/XP/G2 enable/disable, GLO enable/disable,
IONO enable/disable, RAW (SCF) enable/disable and Debug
enable/disable. If there is no subscription to these services, "No
Subsc" will be displayed.
From the TCP/IP menu DHCP can be set to on/off. Under menu item
set static the IP address, IP netmask and IP gateway can be set.
The IP address and IP MAC address can also be displayed under
this menu.
Port Cfg
Serial Port A
Port Cfg
Serial Port B
Port Cfg
UDP Port A
Port Cfg
TCP/IP
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From the Serial Port A and Serial Port B pages you can access the
port baud rate, GPS enable/disable, VBS enable/disable, HP/XP/G2
enable/disable, GLO enable/disable, IONO enable/disable, RAW
(SCF) enable/disable and Debug enable/disable. If there is no
subscription to these services, "No Subsc" will be displayed.
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From the FTP menu it is possible to configure FTP user name and
FTP password.
Port Cfg
FTP
Set GPS L1 sites menu
From this menu the GPS L1 reference stations which shall be
output, are set. These settings are only in use when a GPS L1
subscription is enabled.
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
The site list containing the reference stations must be
available from the satellite before the stations are shown. If they are
not available, “No station list” will be shown. The list will not be
available if there is no, or never have been, GPS L1 subscription
available.
Note!
The following options may be selected:
On/off/nearest
It is possible to set all GPS L1 sites on or off, to use the n nearest
stations or manually to set individual sites on or off. How many of the
nearest stations to use, is configurable. Factory default value is 32.
When using the nearest sites option, it is important to insert the
position into the receiver. The position is set in the Set Pos/Ch
menu, or throught port A or B from a GGA message.
When setting all GPS L1 sites on or off, it is possible to manually set
which sites to use or not use. The reference station sites are all
received on the air and stored in the receiver.
Set GPS L1 Sites
Site Nearest
Set GPS L1 Sites
Site 132 On
Use the  and  buttons to view the available reference stations.
Press the  button to be able to change the setting. Use the  and 
buttons to select the setting and press  to save the setting.
Set GLO L1 sites menu
From this menu the GLO L1 reference stations which shall be
output, are set. These settings are only in use when a GPS L1 and
GLO L1 subscription is enabled.
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
The site list containing the reference stations must be
available from the satellite before the stations are shown. If they
are not available, “No station list” will be shown. The list will not be
available if there is, or never have been, any GLO L1 subscription
available.
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The following options may be selected:
On/off/nearest
It is possible to set all GLO L1 sites on or off, or only to use the
nearest stations. How many of the nearest stations to use, is
configurable. Factory default value is 32. When using the nearest
sites option, it is important to insert the position into the receiver.
The position is set in the Set Pos/Ch menu, or through port A or B
as a GGA message.
When setting all GLO L1 sites on or off, it is possible to manually
set which sites to use or not use. The reference station sites are all
received on the air and stored in the receiver.
Use the  and  buttons to view the available reference stations.
Press the  button to be able to change the setting. Use the  and
 buttons to select the setting and press  to save the setting.
Set GLO L1 Site
Site Nearest
Set GLO L1 Site
Use 32
Set GLO L1 Site
Site 132 On
Display configuration menu
From the Display Cfg menu it is possible to change contrast and
enable or disable backlight on the display.
Main Menu
Display Cfg
The Backlight On menu simply switches the display backlight on
or off.
Display Cfg
Backlight On
The Contrast menu has three choices for the display contrast:
High
Medium
Low
Display Cfg
Contrast High
Backup configuration
The Backup Cfg menu makes it possible to store the current configuration for port
settings and corrections settings, with the Save submenu. If lost, the stored
configuration can then be easily restored by selecting the Restore submenu.
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Backup Cfg
Save
Restore is only possible if user configurations have been
previously saved. It will also reset the receiver.
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Restore
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3610 DGNSS RECEIVER AND DPS SETUP EXAMPLE
The 3610 DGNSS receiver may be used together with a variety of DPS systems:
DPS 116, DPS 122, DPS 132, DPS 200, DPS 232 and DPS 700. The different DPS
systems use different SeaSTAR services:
DPS
system
DPS 116
DPS 122
DPS 132
DPS 200
DPS 232
DPS 700
SeaSTAR
DGNSS
X
X
X
X
X
X
SeaSTAR
Plus
SeaSTAR
HP
SeaSTAR
XP
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
SeaSTAR
G2
X
X
To set up a DPS system to use Fugro SeaSTAR services do the following:
1.
Connect the receiver and DPS as described in Figure 6. below:
DC power supply
GNSS antenna
DGNSS antenna
3610 receiver
DPS
PWR
A and/or B
220 VAC
Keyboard/mouse
ANT
Display
LAN
2.
3.
Power on the units. The DPS will start automatically.
In the DPS, select System|Change system mode. Select Configuration. A
dialog which requires a password will open. The password is "stx".
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Figure 1 Entering the DPS setup file
Select System|NavEngine standard.
The figure below displays a default view for the Input/Output communication
before any interface details are added.
Figure 2 Input/Output view before interface details are added
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5.
6. Select a DGNSS link and configure the I/O type to match with the output of the
3610 Demodulator. It is possible to define several correction links in the DPS
and the 3610 Demodulator system. The links can be set up to decode RTCM
or HP/XP/G2.
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7. When selecting an interface, the Input/Output view will be divided into two
sections. The upper part consists of the list with all interfaces. The lower part
consists of Configuration details for the interface selected in the list. The
configuration details vary between the different interfaces.
Figure 3 Input/Output list view with configuration details
8. The Configuration details view is the lower part of the Input/Output list view.
The Configuration details view is divided into two sections: an interface
selection section and an I/O Properties section.
Figure 4 Configuration details view
To change the settings, press the Apply button in the upper left corner.
Changes are automatically saved and applied.
10. Exit the configuration menu.
11. When the DPS is configured, make sure the configuration of the 3610 DGNSS
receiver agrees with the DPS configuration with regards to baud rate and RS232/RS-422 interface and cables.
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When planning to use HP/XP/G2 corrections, the DPS must be set up and
connected to the 3610 DGNSS receiver when the subscription is
transmitted and enabled.
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INSTALLATION
Installation considerations
Before starting installation of the 3610 DGNSS receiver on a vessel, the following
should be considered:
Determine the preferred location for each unit. The 3610 DGNSS receiver is
designed for indoor installation. Consider cable length, connector attachment
space (cable bend radius), stowing of excess cable, moisture, chemical
corrosion, vibration and heat exposure.
Before drilling holes, consider using existing hardware and locations where
equipment has been previously installed. Avoid drilling holes that may damage
other equipment (e.g. structural frame members, electrical cables or fluid lines).
High vibration and high temperature locations should be avoided whenever
possible.
In applications where vibration exceeds 4Gs acceleration, shock mounts are
required. Refer to Customer support for mounting recommendations.
All connections to the unit are at the rear side and available space for cable
connections and service must be provided.
When using dual/multiple 3610 DGNSS receivers, it is recommended to set the
different demodulators to ch.option A. The different 3610 DGNSS receivers
should then be set up to track different satellites, to obtain the redundancy by
using dual/multiple 3610 DGNSS receivers. This is only a general
recommendation, and specific set up considerations must be obtained on each
installation by skilled personnel.
DGNSS antenna location
Antenna positioning is critical to system performance. The following conditions must
be met for optimum system performance:
The antenna must be mounted at least 1.5 metres away from transmitting
antenna of any frequency. Closer positioning may cause overloading of the
receiver RF circuits.
The antenna should be mounted at the highest point that will give a good view of
the horizon and be as level as possible.
Cable installation
Cables must be correctly installed for optimum system operation. Therefore, the
following should be noted:
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Recommended cable type is: 1/2" CELLFLEX® Superflexible Foam-Dielectric
Coaxial Cable (SCF12-50JFN) or equivalent.
If possible, do not run L-Band receiver antenna cables parallel to other radio
system cabling closer than 30 centimetres.
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If cables must cross, ensure that they cross at an angle of 90°. This minimizes
the possibility of interference.
As far as is practicable, ensure that cables and I/O connectors are unique and fit
only in their allocated location.
Try to make the coaxial cables as short as possible.
Avoid routing cables along-side power generator cabling and other high
electrical noise sources. This can cause interference.
Do not kink or force cables into sharp bends that may damage the cables and
cause system failure.
After installation, ensure that excess cable is looped and clamped or tied safely
away from any control cables, fuel lines, hydraulic lines or moving parts. When
stowing over-length cables, form loops of no less than 150 mm minimum cable
bend radius.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Radio frequencies
Receiver frequency band: ................................................................ 1525 – 1559 MHz
Channel bandwidth: ............................................................................................. 5 kHz
Physical dimensions
Width: ........................................................................................................... 109.5 mm
Height: .............................................................................................................. 65 mm
Depth: ............................................................................................................. 253 mm
Weight:.................................................................................................................0.8 kg
Colour housing: .................................................................................... Clear anodizing
Power
Voltage:.......................................................................................................... 9-24 VDC
Power consumption: .......................................................................................... < 16 W
Environmental specifications
Enclosure material: ....................................................................................... Aluminium
Enclosure protection: ............................................................................................ IP-22
Operating temperature range: .................................................................... -5 to +55 ºC
Recommended operating temperature range: ....................................... +20 to +25 ºC
Operating humidity: ............................................................. Max.95% non-condensing
Storage temperature range: ..................................................................... -20 to +65 ºC
Storage humidity: ................................................................................... Less than 55%
Connectors
RF input to receiver:................................................................................... TNC female
Power connector: ................................................................ Hirose LF07WBR-6P male
Ethernet connector:............................................................................................... RJ45
Serial connectors: ............................................................................ 9-pin DSub female
Cables
Coax cables: .......................................1/2" CELLFLEX® Superflexible (SCF12-50JFN)
Serial cables: .............................................. RS-232 LIYCY 3 x 2 x 0.14 mm2 , RS-422
Power cable: .................................................................................. SKUB 2 x 0.75 mm2
Compass safe distance
Steering magnetic compass: ................................................................................ 0.2 m
Standard compass: .............................................................................................. 0.4 m
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Data input and output
Two serial ports:................................................................................................A and B
Four UDP ports: ...................................................................................... A, B, C and D
Electrical interfaces: ...................................................................... RS-232 and RS-422
Baud rates: .......................................................................................... 2400 – 115 200
Serial data format:............................................................................. .................. N, 8, 1
IP interface
Protocol support:.......................................................................NTRIP, FTP, UDP, TCP
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APPENDIX A
Receiver service procedure
If a SeaSTAR receiver unit fails to perform, contact Fugro Seastar AS, after following
the procedural checks. We wish to hear about frequently experienced problems and
your assistance will be appreciated. Copy the form on the next page, fill in the details
requested and faxing or mailing the form to Fugro Seastar AS for forwarding to
Product Marketing.
The most common problems are interfacing, and usually occur at installation time. If
you have an interfacing connection not covered in this manual we would like to assist
you and produce another technical bulletin that may assist other users in the future.
If a problem appears that you think may be caused by a system performance
problem, contact the Seastar Support (seastarservice@fugro.no) and inform of any
system aberrations that may have been experienced.
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We are sensitive to our customers’ needs and we want to assure specified system
performance at all times. There could, however, be situations where conditions are
below par, such as fringe area operations, radio communication disturbance etc., and,
as a SeaSTAR receiver monitors the system performance continuously, these
conditions would be noted.
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APPENDIX B
SeaSTAR receiver problem report form
Please copy this form and report the problem with as much detail as possible.
Problem with:
Signal Y/N
SeaSTAR Y/N
Date:
Manual Y/N
Receiver Y/N
Description of problem:
Person Reporting:
Contact Phone #:
Model #:
Serial #:
Customer Name:
Customer Address:
Customer Phone #:
Date purchased:
/
/ Dealer:
GPS Receiver used:
Serial #:
Area of operations:
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Factory Default settings
Position
Lat
Lon
Satellite
Channel A
Name
Frequency
SymbolRate
Channel B
Name
Frequency
SymbolRate
: 5955.000000
: 1038.000000
: EUSAT
: 1537440000
: 2438
: AOREH
: 1535125000
: 1219
Sites
GPS
GLONASS
: 32 Nearest
: 32 Nearest
Antenna
Antenna power
: Off
Serial Ports
A
B
: 38400 baud
: 38400 baud
TCP/IP
Address
NetMask
Gateway
UseDHCP
Port A
Port A
Port A
Port B
: 192.168.004.100
: 255.255.255.000
: 192.000.000.001
: No
: 31140
: 31141
: 31142
: 31143
UDP Ports
A
B
C
D
NetMask
: 31100
: 31110
: 31120
: 31130
: 192.168.000.255
Option
ServerAddress
Port
Mountpoint
Username
Password
: Off
: 150.101.173.014
: 2101
: EUSat
: <get from Fugro>
: <get from Fugro>
Username
Password
: stx
: stx
FTP
Display
Backlight
Contrast
: On
: High
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APPENDIX E - MENU STRUCTURE
This section describes the menu structure in the 3610 DGNSS Receiver.
About menu
Main Menu
About
SeaSTAR 3610
Sno. 1160579
Main Menu
Status
SeaSTAR 3610
Ver. 2.01.03
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
SeaSTAR 3610
Subsc. HLIGV
Main Menu
Port Cfg
SeaSTAR 3610
Exp. 4 Oct 2010
Main Menu
Port Output
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Reset
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Main Menu
Display Cfg
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Backup
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Status menu - Channel A, Channel B
Channel: A, B
Status
Channel A
Channel A Used
EUSAT ID 7
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Status
Channel B
Channel A Used
Serv.ID 50821
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Status
Ntrip
Channel A Used
Freq. 1537.4400M
Main Menu
Port Output
Status
VBS
Channel A Used
Symb rate 2438
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Status
Alarms
Channel A Used
Uplink
TiPoAlSi
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Status
Position
Channel A Used
G:98.4% B:1.5%
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Status GPS Time
No time
Channel A Used
Lock 00:00:00
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Status
Corrections
Channel A Used
C/N 0.0 dB
Main Menu
About
Status Ant.power
12.40V
Channel A Used
C/N0 0.0 dBHz
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Main Menu
Status
Status
Ntrip
Ntrip
Option Auto
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Status
VBS
Ntrip Address
150.101.173.014
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Status
Alarms
Ntrip Port
2101
Main Menu
Port Output
Status
Position
Ntrip Mountpoint
EUSat
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Status GPS Time
No time
Ntrip
No Data
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Status Ant.power
12.40V
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Status
Corrections
Main Menu
Backup
Status
Channel A
Main Menu
About
Status
Channel B
Status menu - VBS
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Status menu - Alarms
Main Menu
Status
Status
Alarms
Alarm Current
No Lock
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Status
Position
AL: 060710 12:33
Not subscribed
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Status GPS Time
No time
AL: 060710 12:33
No lock
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Status
Corrections
AL: 060710 13:33
Not subscribed
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Status Ant.power
12.40V 0.04A
AL: No Time
Software upgrade
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Status
Channel A
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Status
Channel B
Main Menu
About
Status
Ntrip
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VBS
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Main Menu
Status
Status
Position
Position Fixed
LAT 6336.4900N
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Status GPS Time
No time
Position Fixed
LON 01124.1700E
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Status
Corrections
Main Menu
Port Output
Status Ant.power
12.40V 0.04A
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Status
Channel A
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Status
Channel B
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Status
Ntrip
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Status
VBS
Main Menu
About
Status
Alarms
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Status menu - GPS Time
Main Menu
Status
Status GPS Time
No time
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Status
Corrections
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Status Ant.power
12.40V 0.04A
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Status
Channel A
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Status
Channel B
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Status
Ntrip
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Status
VBS
Main Menu
About
Status
Alarms
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Position
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Status menu - Corrections
Main Menu
Status
Status
Corrections
Corrections
GPS L1 sB uABD
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Status Ant.power
12.40V 0.04A
Corrections
VBS
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Status
Channel A
Corrections
G2/XP/HP
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Status
Channel B
Corrections
GLO L1
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Status
Ntrip
Corrections
IONO
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Status
VBS
Corrections
RAW
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Status
Alarms
Corrections
DBG sA
Main Menu
About
Status
Position
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No time
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Status menu - Ant. Power
Status Ant.power
12.40V
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Status
Channel A
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Status
Channel B
Main Menu
Port Output
Status
Ntrip
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Status
VBS
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Status
Alarms
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Status
Position
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Status GPS Time
No time
Main Menu
About
Status
Corrections
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Main Menu
Status
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Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Set Pos/Ch
Ch. Option AB
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Use Channel A
Main Menu
Port Output
Set Pos/Ch
Channel A
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Set Pos/Ch
Channel B
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Set Pos/Ch
Ntrip
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Position
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Ant.Power On
Main Menu
About
Set Pos/Ch
Ant.Power 12.40V
Shown if
Antenna power
is set to on
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Status
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Set Pos/Ch - Ch. Option
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Set Pos/Ch
Use Channel A
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Channel A
Main Menu
Port Output
Set Pos/Ch
Channel B
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Set Pos/Ch
Ntrip
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Set Pos/Ch
Position
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Ant.Power On
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Ant.Power 12.40V
Main Menu
About
Set Pos/Ch
Ch. Option AB
Shown if
Antenna power
is set to on
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Status
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Set Pos/Ch - Channel
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Set Pos/Ch
Channel A
Channel A
Service EUSAT
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Channel B
Channel A
Freq 1537.4400M
Main Menu
Port Output
Set Pos/Ch
Ntrip
Channel A
Symbol rate 2438
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Set Pos/Ch
Position
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Set Pos/Ch
Ant.Power On
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Ant.Power 12.40V
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Ch. Option AB
Main Menu
About
Set Pos/Ch
Use Channel A
Shown if
Antenna power
is set to on
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Status
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Set Pos/Ch - NTRIP
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Set Pos/Ch
Ntrip
Ntrip
Option Auto
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Position
Ntrip address
150.101.173.014
Main Menu
Port Output
Set Pos/Ch
Ant.Power On
Ntrip port
2101
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Set Pos/Ch
Ant.Power 12.40V
Ntrip mountpoint
EUSat
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Set Pos/Ch
Ch. Option AB
Ntrip username
***
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Use Channel A
Ntrip password
***
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Channel A
Main Menu
About
Set Pos/Ch
Channel B
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Status
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Set Pos/Ch - Position
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Set Pos/Ch
Position
Position Fixed
LAT 6326.4900N
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Ant.Power On
Position Fixed
LON 0101.1700E
Main Menu
Port Output
Set Pos/Ch
Ant.Power 12.40V
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Set Pos/Ch
Ch. Option AB
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Set Pos/Ch
Use Channel A
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Channel A
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Channel B
Main Menu
About
Set Pos/Ch
Ntrip
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Status
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Set Pos/Ch - Ant.Power
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Set Pos/Ch
Ant.Power On
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Ant.Power 12.40V
Main Menu
Port Output
Set Pos/Ch
Ch. Option AB
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Set Pos/Ch
Use Channel A
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Set Pos/Ch
Channel A
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Channel B
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Set Pos/Ch
Ntrip
Main Menu
About
Set Pos/Ch
Position
Shown if
Antenna power
is set to on
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Status
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Port Cfg - Serial Port
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Port Cfg
Serial Port A
Serial Port A
Baudrate 38400
GPS L1, VBS, G2/HP/XP,GLO
L1, IONO, RAW, DEBUG
Main Menu
Port Output
Port Cfg
Serial Port B
Serial Port A
GPS L1 No Subsc
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Port Cfg
UDP Port A
Serial Port A
VBS L1 No Subsc
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Port Cfg
UDP Port B
Serial Port A
G2/HP/XP Diasble
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Port Cfg
UDP Port C
Serial Port A
GLO L1 No Subsc
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Port Cfg
UDP Port D
Serial Port A
IONO No Subsc
Main Menu
About
Port Cfg
TCP/IP
Serial Port A
RAW No Subsc
Main Menu
Status
Port Cfg
FTP
Serial Port A
DEBUG Enabled
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Set Pos/Ch
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Port Cfg - UDP Port
Port:A, B, C, D
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Port Cfg
UDP Port A
UDP Port A mask
192.168.000.255
Main Menu
Port Output
Port Cfg
UDP Port B
UDP Port A numb.
31100
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Port Cfg
UDP Port C
UDP Port A 31100
Passive
GPS L1, VBS, G2/HP/XP,GLO
L1, IONO, RAW, DEBUG
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Port Cfg
UDP Port D
Serial Port A
GPS L1 No Subsc
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Port Cfg
TCP/IP
Serial Port A
VBS L1 No Subsc
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Port Cfg
FTP
Serial Port A
G2/HP/XP Diasble
Main Menu
About
Port Cfg
Serial Port A
Serial Port A
GLO L1 No Subsc
Main Menu
Status
Port Cfg
Serial Port B
Serial Port A
IONO No Subsc
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Serial Port A
RAW No Subsc
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DEBUG Enabled
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Port Cfg - TCP/IP
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Port Cfg
TCP/IP
IP address
192.168.004.100
Main Menu
Port Output
Port Cfg
FTP
IP
Use DHCP No
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Port Cfg
Serial Port A
IP
Set Static
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Port Cfg
Serial Port B
IP Netmask
255.255.255.000
Port Cfg
UDP Port A
IP gateway
192.000.000.001
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Port Cfg
UDP Port A
IP address
192.168.004.100
IP MAC address
0005BE080205
Port:A, B, C, D
Main Menu
Status
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Port Cfg
UDP Port A
Port Cfg
UDP Port A
IP
Port A
IP Port A number
31100
IP
Port B
IP Port A 31100
Passive
IP
Port C
IP Port A
DEBUG Enabled
IP
Port D
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About
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Port Cfg - FTP
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Port Cfg
FTP
FTP username
***
Main Menu
Port Output
Port Cfg
Serial Port A
FTP password
***
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Port Cfg
Serial Port B
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Port Cfg
UDP Port A
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Port Cfg
UDP Port B
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Port Cfg
UDP Port C
Main Menu
About
Port Cfg
UDP Port D
Main Menu
Status
Port Cfg
TCP/IP
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Set Pos/Ch
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Main menu - Set GPS L1 site
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Set GPS L1 Sites
Site Nearest
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Set GPS L1 Sites
Use 32
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Set GPS L1 Sites
Site 132 On
Only shown if
Site is set to
”Nearest”
Main Menu
Backup
Main Menu
About
Main Menu
Status
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
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Port Cfg
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Main menu - Set GLO L1 site
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
Set GLO L1 Site
Site Nearest
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Set GLO L1 Site
Use 32
Main Menu
Backup
Set GLO L1 Site
Site 132 On
Only shown if
Site is set to
”Nearest”
Main Menu
About
Main Menu
Status
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Main Menu
Port Cfg
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Set GPS L1 Site
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Main menu - Display Cfg
Main Menu
Display Cfg
Display Cfg
Backlight On
Main Menu
Backup
Display Cfg
Contrast High
Main Menu
About
Main Menu
Status
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
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Set GLO L1 Site
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Main menu - Backup Cfg
Main Menu
Backup Cfg
Backup Cfg
Save
Main Menu
About
Restore Cfg
Restore
Main Menu
Status
Main Menu
Set Pos/Ch
Main Menu
Port Cfg
Main Menu
Set GPS L1 Site
Main Menu
Set GLO L1 Site
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Display Cfg
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APPENDIX F – DIAGNOSTIC MENU
This section describes the diagnostic menu structure in the 3610 DGNSS Receiver. It
is accessed by pressing  and  simultaneously, anywhere in the 3610 DGNSS
Receiver menu.
Diagnostic menu – About
Diagnostics
About
SeaSTAR 3610
ARM 2.01.03
Diagnostics
Status
SeaSTAR 3610
FPGA 2.01.01
Diagnostics
Config
SeaSTAR 3610
FGO 3.00.10
Diagnostics
Corrections
SeaSTAR 3610
Date Aug 12 2010
Diagnostics
IO-Statistics
SeaSTAR 3610
Time 15:14:11
Diagnostics
Reset stat.
SeaSTAR 3610
Type Release
Diagnostics
Erase flash
SeaSTAR 3610
IO 2.01.00
Diagnostics
DAC calibration
SeaSTAR 3610
Date Aug 12 2010
SeaSTAR 3610
Time 15:21:11
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Type Release
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Diagnostic menu – Status
Diagnostics
Status
Status Total
Lock 00:00:00
Diagnostics
Config
Status Last
Lock 00:00:00
Diagnostics
Corrections
Status Lost
Locks 0
Diagnostics
IO-Statistics
Status Ntrip
Restarts 0
Diagnostics
Reset stat.
Status Counts
Good 0
Diagnostics
Erase flash
Status Counts
Bad 0
Diagnostics
DAC calibration
Status
C/N 0.0 dB
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About
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Diagnostic menu – Config
Diagnostics
Config
Config
Factory
Diagnostics
Corrections
Config Ser. Port
Setup Manual
Diagnostics
IO-Statistics
Config Debug
Stx
Off
Diagnostics
Reset stat.
Config Debug
Fgo
Off
Diagnostics
Erase flash
Config Periodic
Clear all No
Diagnostics
DAC calibration
Config Periodic
Status
Off
Diagnostics
About
Config Periodic
Run Status Off
Diagnostics
Status
Config Periodic
Corr Stat. Off
Config Periodic
Corr Check Off
Config Header
All
Off
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Debug
On
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Diagnostic menu – Corrections
Diagnostics
Corrections
GPS RTCM 1
Rec 0
HP
Rec 0
Diagnostics
IO-Statistics
GPS RTCM 1
Out 0
HP
Out 0
Diagnostics
Reset stat.
GPS RTCM 1
Err 0
GLO RTCM 31
Rec 0
Diagnostics
Erase flash
GPS RTCM 3
Rec 0
GLO RTCM 31
Out 0
Diagnostics
DAC calibration
GPS RTCM 3
Out 0
GLO RTCM 31
Err 0
Diagnostics
About
GPS RTCM 3
Err 0
GLO RTCM 32
Rec 0
Diagnostics
Status
VBS RTCM 1
Rec 0
GLO RTCM 32
Out 0
Diagnostics
Config
VBS RTCM 1
Out 0
GLO RTCM 32
Err 0
VBS RTCM 1
Err 0
IONO RTCM 15
Rec 0
VBS RTCM 3
Rec 0
IONO RTCM 15
Out 0
VBS RTCM 3
Out 0
IONO RTCM 15
Err 0
VBS RTCM 3
Err 0
RAW
Rec 0
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Out 0
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Diagnostic menu – IO- Statistics
Diagnostics
IO-Statistics
IO Stat. GPS
Rec 0
IO Stat. HP
Err 0
IO Stat. RAW
Rec 0
Diagnostics
Reset stat.
IO Stat. GPS
Sel 0
IO Stat. HP
Tx 0
IO Stat. RAW
Sel 0
Diagnostics
Erase flash
IO Stat. GPS
Err 0
IO Stat. HP
Lost 0
IO Stat. RAW
Err 0
Diagnostics
DAC calibration
IO Stat. GPS
Tx 0
IO Stat. GLO
Rec 0
IO Stat. RAW
Tx 0
Diagnostics
About
IO Stat. GPS
Lost 0
IO Stat. GLO
Sel 0
IO Stat. RAW
Lost 0
Diagnostics
Status
IO Stat. VBS
Rec 0
IO Stat. GLO
Err 0
Diagnostics
Config
IO Stat. VBS
Sel 0
IO Stat. GLO
Tx 0
Diagnostics
Corrections
IO Stat. VBS
Err 0
IO Stat. GLO
Lost 0
IO Stat. VBS
Tx 0
IO Stat. IONO
Rec 0
IO Stat. VBS
Lost 0
IO Stat. IONO
Sel 0
IO Stat. HP
Rec 0
IO Stat. IONO
Err 0
IO Stat. HP
Sel 0
IO Stat. IONO
Tx 0
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Lost 0
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Diagnostic menu – Reset statistics
Diagnostics
Reset stat.
Diagnostics
Erase flash
Diagnostics
DAC calibration
Diagnostics
About
Diagnostics
Status
Diagnostics
Config
Diagnostics
Corrections
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Diagnostics
IO-Statistics
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Diagnostic menu – Erase flash
Diagnostics
Erase flash
Erase flash
Main image
Diagnostics
DAC calibration
Erase flash
IO image
Diagnostics
About
Diagnostics
Status
Diagnostics
Config
Diagnostics
Corrections
Diagnostics
IO-Statistics
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Diagnostics
Reset stat.
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Diagnostic menu – DAC calibration
Diagnostics
DAC calibration
DAC calibration
Recalibrate
Diagnostics
About
DAC calibration
Value 2448
Diagnostics
Status
Diagnostics
Config
Diagnostics
Corrections
Diagnostics
IO-Statistics
Diagnostics
Reset stat.
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Diagnostics
Erase flash
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SeaSTAR Customer Support and 24 Hour Help Line
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FUGRO SEASTAR AS
Tel: +47 21 50 14 20
Fax: +47 21 50 14 01
E-Mail: seastarservice@fugro.no
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