Universal digital repeater DR-109 (109-2-19122013)

Universal digital repeater DR-109  (109-2-19122013)
Unicont SPb Ltd
Universal digital repeater
DR-109
Technical Documentation
(109-2-19122013)
St. Petersburg
2013
v.2.2
Unicont SPb Ltd
Technical Documentation DR-109
Table of Contents
1. GENERAL INFORMATION ..........................................................................................3 2. DELIVERY SET ...............................................................................................................3 3. PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................................................4 4. DEVICE’S INSTALLATION ..........................................................................................5 5. DEVICE OPERATION ....................................................................................................8 6. DEVICE TUNING (FUNCTIONS DESCRIPTION) ....................................................8 7. TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE ......................................................................13 8. RECYCLING ..................................................................................................................14 9. WARRANTY ..................................................................................................................15 10. DATE OF PACKING .....................................................................................................16 11. ACCEPTANCE DETAILS ............................................................................................16 12. DATE OF COMMISSIONING .....................................................................................16 Page 2
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1. General Information
Universal digital repeater DR-109 is intended for indication of digital data NMEA 0183
received through serial interfaces RS-232 or RS-422.
The device provides cyclic display up to three kinds of the data on the built-in LED
indicator. The rate of turn value (ROT) can be displayed independent of a general data on the
built-in LED bar.
2. Delivery Set
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Universal digital repeater DR-109
Bracket for deck-top and overhead mounting
Plugs MG-16
Caps
Operation manual
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1 piece
2 pieces
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3. Performance specifications
Electrical specifications:
Power voltage
9,5..18,0 / 18,0..36,0 VDC
Power consumption
5W
Protection against reverse polarity of power voltage and short circuit.
Galvanic isolation from power circuit.
General specification:
Overall dimensions
Storage temperature
Working temperature
Weight no more than
Interfaces specification:
Interface number
Maximum baud rate
Propositions:
206,0 mm × 190,0 mm × 41,5 mm
-55..+75°С
-25..+55°С
2 kg
2 (RS-232 and RS-422/485)
up to 115200 bps
$xxDBK, $xxDBT, $xxDPT, $xxHDG,
$xxHDT, $xxMTW, $xxMWV, $xxROT,
$xxRSA, $xxVBW, $xxVDR, $xxVHW,
$xxVTG, $xxVLM, $xxVPW, $xxVWR,
$xxZDA, $xxZFO, $xxZTG, $xxWCV
Display’s specification:
LED display for indication current active NMEA 0183 data type.
LED display for unit’s of current data type indication.
LED display for indication current value of active NMEA 0183 data type.
LED bar for independent indication rate of turn (ROT).
Built-in dimmer.
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4. Device’s Installation
DR-109 design provide following types of the device’s mounting: wall mounting, panel
mounting, deck-top and overhead mounting.
Holes on a back of the case are used for installation on a wall (see Figure 1). Also place
plugs in the holes on a bottom of the device’s case.
For panel mounting:
 Make rectangular cutout in panel and mounting holes according to the drawing (see
Figure 1).
For deсk-top or overhead installation it is necessary to execute the following steps:




Place plugs to the holes on a back of the device’s case.
Attach brackets to the holes on a back of the device’s case.
Make holes for brackets in a mounting place.
Install device with brackets in the prepared holes.
See Figure 3 for detail information.
Terminal blocks on the PCB provide wires connection from external devices (such as
power supply unit, NMEA 0183 data source) to the device.
Opposite to each terminal block input’s function and the names of contacts is written
(see Figure 2).
NMEA 0183 data source using serial interface RS-232 for data transmission is
connected to the terminal “RS-232”.
NMEA 0183 data source using serial interface RS-422/485 for data transmission is
connected to the terminal “RS-422”.
Warning! NMEA 0183 data source connection probably only to one of two interfaces
of the device (RS-232 or RS-422/485).
Power source 18..36 VDC is connected to the terminal block “POWER” Do not care
about power voltage polarity.
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Figure 1 DR-109 dimension drawing.
Figure 2 Terminal blocks arrangement on DR-109 PCB.
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Figure 3 Drawing of the device’s installation on the brackets.
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5. Device Operation
Device DR-109 receives NMEA 0183 data through one of two serial interfaces RS-232
and RS-422/485. Extracted values (according with user settings) from received data displays on
built-in LED display.
Device receives NMEA 0183 data with rate of turn value (ROT) independently of user
settings and displays it on built-in LED bar.
If user chooses indication more than on one type of NMEA message, then received data
displays cyclically with user’s interval.
Also DR-109 provides amplification and duplication NMEA 0183 data. Received data
from the port’s input are duplicated to a port’s output.
The output voltage for the phase and reference channels may be selected by two
methods:
6. Device Tuning (Functions Description)
Default Mode
In default mode the device displays received data on built-in LED display.
If DR-109 receives no data, or long interruption of data reception occurred, then strings
“----” is displayed on the bottom LED indicator. Normal indication will resumed after data
reception.
In default mode device’s keys provides following functions:
SEL
▲ (Dimmer)
▼ (Dimmer)
SET (Menu)
Switching to the next type of NMEA data (if user had selected indication
more than one NMEA message).
Increasing display’s brightness
Decreasing display’s brightness
Long pressing provides switching to the device’s main menu
Main Menu Mode
User can choose one of two menu items in main menu: device’s adjustment or loading
of stored profile. Device displays “MN” on the upper indicator in this mode. Current menu item
is displayed on the bottom indicator.
Device’s keys provides following functions in this submenu:
SEL
▲ (Dimmer)
▼ (Dimmer)
SET (Menu)
Exit from the main menu (switching to the default mode).
Menu item selection.
Switching to the selected submenu.
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Menu items description:
Hand
Load
Switching to the device’s adjustment submenu
Switching to the loading of stored profile submenu
Loading Of Storage Profile Submenu
String “LD” is displayed on the upper LED indicator when device operates in this mode
and the selected number of the memory cell with stored profile is displayed on the bottom LED
indicator. If device’s memory of stored profiles is empty, then device returns to the main menu.
Device’s keys provides following functions in this submenu:
SEL
▲ (Dimmer)
▼ (Dimmer)
SET (Menu)
Exit to the main menu.
Number of memory cell with stored profile selection.
Loading of stored profile from the memory cell.
Warning! Device returns to the default mode at once after loading profile.
Device’s adjustment submenu
User can create device’s settings profile in this mode and save it in non-volatile
memory.
Current item of device’s settings is displayed on the upper indicator and the selected
value of this item is displayed on the bottom indicator.
Device’s keys provides following functions in this submenu:
SEL
▲ (Dimmer)
▼ (Dimmer)
SET (Menu)
Submenu item selection (cyclic switching between all items).
Current item’s value selection.
Saving selected value of the current item.
Warning! When user switch to tuning of receiving NMEA message
When you switch to tuning of receiving NMEA message, system of indication will be
changed: number of the message at cyclic switching is displayed on the bottom indicator; and
name of the NMEA message is displayed on the upper indicator.
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Menu items description:
RS
BR
SBC
d-1
d-2
d-3
BAR
CDD
SV
OUT
Input interface selection.
Available values:
232 - interface RS-232
422 - interface RS-422/485
Baudrate selection.
Available values (kBods):
4.8, 9.6, 19.2, 28.7, 38.4, 56.0, 57.6, 115.2
Data bits, stop bits and parity selection
Available values:
8 1 0 - 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity
8 2 0 - 8 data bits, 2 stop bits, no parity
8 1 1 - 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, even parity
8 1 2 - 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, odd parity
First displaying NMEA message selection.
See. “Tuning of receiving NMEA message”
Second displaying NMEA message selection.
See. “Tuning of receiving NMEA message”
Third displaying NMEA message selection.
See. “Tuning of receiving NMEA message”
ROT bar’s resolution. (degrees per minture per one segment).
Available values: 1.5 and 4.5
Time interval of switching to next message at cyclic indication.
Available values: 0..20. Zero value means switching absence (user have
to force switching to the next message by pressing “SEL” button).
Memory cell number in which current profile will be saved.
Available values: 0..10. Zero value means that profile will not be saved
in the memory cell (but profile will be saved as default device’s profile)
Press “SET” button to exit in the main menu.
Warning! If user had no press “SET” button after value changing, then changed value
will not be saved. If user had exit to main menu without saving profile, then old device’s
configuration will be loaded.
Tuning of receiving NMEA message
Tuning of receiving NMEA message is provided by “d-1”, “d-2” and “d-3” menu items.
User can select required NMEA message by buttons “▲” and “▼”. After, user can press “SET”
button to save selected value.
Some NMEA messages have inside submessages therefore user have to select one of
them. Additional number of submessage will be displayed to the right of a message’s number in
this case.
After submessage selection, user has to press “SET” to save choice.
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See list of NMEA messages and submessages which can be processed by the device:
DBK (Depth Below Keel)
d-x1
d-x2
d-x3
Depth, feet
Depth, meters
Depth, fathoms
d-x2
DBT (Depth Below Transducer)
Depth, feet
Depth, meters
Depth, fathoms
DPT (Depth And Offset from Transducer)
Depth, meters
Offset from transducer, meters
HDG (Heading, Deviation And Variation)
Magnetic sensor heading, degrees
Magnetic deviation, degrees (d-x21 - easterly, d-x22 - westerly)
d-x3
Magnetic variation, degrees (d-x31 - easterly, d-x32 - westerly)
d-x1
d-x2
d-x3
d-x1
d-x2
d-x1
d-x1
HDM (Heading - Magnetic)
HDT (Heading - True)
MTW (Water Temperature)
MWV (Wind Speed And Angle)
Wind angle (d-x11 - relative, r-x12 - true)
Wind speed (d-x11 - K, d-x12 - M, d-x13 - N)
ROT (Rate Of Turn)
RSA (Rudder Sensor Angle)
VBW (Dual Ground/Water Speed)
Longitudinal water speed
Transverse water speed
Longitudinal ground speed
Transverse ground speed
VHW (Water Speed And Heating)
Degrees true
Degrees magnetic
Knots
Kilometers
VLW (Distance Traveled Through Water)
Total cumulative distance
Distance since reset
VPW (Speed Measured Parallel To Wind)
Knots
Meters per second
VTG (Track Made Good And Ground Speed)
Track degrees (true)
Track degrees (magnetic)
Speed knots
Speed kilometers per hour
VWR (Relative Wind Speed And Angle)
Wind direction magnitude in degrees (d-x11 - left, d-x12 - right)
d-x2
Speed knots
d-x1
d-x2
d-x1
d-x2
d-x3
d-x4
d-x1
d-x2
d-x3
d-x4
d-x1
d-x2
d-x1
d-x2
d-x1
d-x2
d-x3
d-x4
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d-x3
d-x4
d-x1
d-x2
d-x3
d-x1
d-x2
d-x1
d-x2
d-x1
d-x2
d-x3
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Speed meters per second
Speed kilometers per hour
ZDA (Time And Date)
Local zone minutes description
Date (month and day)
Year
ZFO (UTC & Time From Origin Point)
Universal Time Coordinated (UTC)
Elapsed time
ZTG (UTC And Time To Destination Point)
Universal Time Coordinated (UTC)
Time remaining
VDR (Set And Drift)
Degrees true
Degrees Magnetic
Knots (speed of current)
WCV (Waypoint Closure Velocity)
Notice: x - number of the NMEA message at cyclically displaying.
Warning! User can select “OFF” value when he select NMEA message. It provides
string idle and string will not be used at cyclically displaying. If user select “OFF” value then
next strings will not be available for configuration (for example: “OFF” value of “d-2” means
that “d-3” is not used too).
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7. Transportation and Storage
The divice shall be stored in heated space at air temperature of +5 ºС to +35 ºС
(maximum values of -55 ºС to +70 ºС), at relative humidity of air not exceeding 95 % at
temperature of +25 °C and content of dust, oil, moisture and aggressive admixtures in the air
not exceeding the norms envisaged by GOST 12.1.005-88 for the working zone of production
areas.
The device shall be transported in transport container of the manufacturer in closed
transport.
Means of transport:
 automobile and railway closed transport (covered wagons, universal containers)
 by air (in pressurized and heated bays of airplane)
 by sea (in dry service spaces).
The device shall be transported in accordance with the transport regulations in force
for the particular transport.
During handling operations and transportations strictly observe the requirements of
handling marks on boxes and do not allow bumps and impacts which can affect preservation
and serviceability of the device.
Packed devices shall be reliably secured in vehicles.
After storage in stores or transportation at temperature below +10 ºС the devices shall
be unpacked only in heated spaces after keeping them unpacked in under normal climatic
conditions for12 hours.
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Recycling
Do not recycle the packing of a new product, its parts with defects identified during its
operation as well as the overage product as common household waste since they contain
materials and raw materials suitable for their recovery.
Decommissioned and unused components should be delivered to a specialized waste
collection center licensed by local authorities. You can also send the overage equipment to the
manufacturer for its further recycling.
Proper recycling of the product components will prevent potential negative
consequences for human health and the environment, as well as provide recovery of the
product component materials while substantially saving on energy and resources.
The product does not endanger human life and health or the environment during
and after its service life.
This product should be recycled following the requirements applicable to
electronic equipment.
Products marked with a crossed-out recycle bin should be recycled apart
from common household waste.
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9. Warranty
The manufacturer guarantees the unit DR-109 complies with this manual provided that
the operation, transportation and storage conditions are adhered to during the warranty period.
The unit’s warranty period expires 24 months from the date of its shipping from the
manufacturer’s storehouse.
Within the warranty period, the owner is entitled for a free repair, or a replacement of a
separate part, provided that the malfunction occurred through the manufacturer’s fault.
Warranty repair is provided if the unit is submitted with the manufacturer’s label and a
legible serial number available on it, as well as this operating manual.
The manufacturer is not responsible and cannot guarantee the unit’s operation:
1. After the warranty period is over;
2. In case of the failure to observe the unit’s operation, transportation, storage and
installation rules and conditions;
3. If the unit is in an unmarketable condition, or has a damaged body, and other causes
beyond the manufacturer’s control;
4. If self-made electrical devices were used.
5. If there was an attempt to repair the unit by a person who is not an authorized
representative of the manufacturer.
If the owner loses this operating manual or the manufacturer’s label with a serial
number, the manufacturer shall not provide their copies, and the owner shall be divested of the
right for a free repair during the warranty period.
Upon the warranty expiry, the manufacturer shall facilitate the repair of the unit at the
owner’s expense.
Note: in case of warranty repair, the unit’s disassembling from the installation site and
its delivery to the manufacturer’s service center are done at the owner’s expense.
Visit the manufacturer’s website www.unicont.spb.ru (section “support/warranty”) to
find:
 forms to fill in claims,
 full warranty description;
 full description of the warranty service rendering procedure.
The manufacturer service center’s address and contact details:
Unicont SPb, Ltd.
Bld. 26Е Kibalchich Str., Saint Petersburg, 192174, Russia
tel.: + 7 (812) 622 23 10, +7 (812) 622 23 11
fax: +7 (812) 362 76 36
e-mail: service@unicont.spb.ru
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10. DATE OF PACKING
Universal digital repeater
name of article
Packed
DR-109
№
designation
serial number
Unicont SPb Ltd., Russia.
Manufacturer
according to the requirements of the current technical documentation.
post
signature
clarification of signature
year, month, day
11. ACCEPTANCE DETAILS
Universal digital repeater
name of article
DR-109
№
designation
serial number
was manufactured and accepted in accordance with the regulatory requirements of the
state standards and applicable technical documentation, and is suitable for operation.
Quality control representative
Stamp
here
signature
clarification of signature
year, month, day
12. DATE OF COMMISSIONING
Universal digital repeater
name of article
DR-109
designation
№
serial number
The unit has been put into operation.
Date of installation:
_________________________________________
Place of installation:
_________________________________________
Person in charge of installation: _________________________________________
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