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SAILOR Fleet One
User & installation manual
Document number: 98-141368-A
Release date: 4 April 2014
Disclaimer
Any responsibility or liability for loss or damage in connection with the use of this product and the
accompanying documentation is disclaimed by Thrane & Thrane A/S. The information in this manual is
provided for information purposes only, is subject to change without notice and may contain errors or
inaccuracies. Manuals issued by Thrane & Thrane A/S are periodically revised and updated. Anyone
relying on this information should acquire the most current version e.g. from www.cobham.com/satcom >
Service and support, or from the distributor. Thrane & Thrane A/S is not responsible for the content or
accuracy of any translations or reproductions, in whole or in part, of this manual from any other source.
In the event of any discrepancies, the English version shall be the governing text.
Thrane & Thrane A/S is trading as Cobham SATCOM.
Copyright © 2014 Thrane & Thrane A/S. All rights reserved.
Trademark acknowledgements:
•
SAILOR is a registered trademark of Thrane & Thrane A/S in the European Union, the United States
and other countries.
•
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other
countries.
•
Inmarsat is a registered trademark of International Maritime Satellite Organisation (IMSO) and is
licensed by IMSO to Inmarsat Limited and Inmarsat Ventures plc.
•
Inmarsat’s product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of Inmarsat.
•
Other product and company names mentioned in this manual may be trademarks or trade names of
their respective owners.
Company web site
www.cobham.com/satcom
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Safety summary
1
The following general safety precautions must be observed during all phases of operation, service
and repair of this equipment. Failure to comply with these precautions or with specific warnings
elsewhere in this manual violates safety standards of design, manufacture and intended use of the
equipment. Thrane & Thrane A/S assumes no liability for the customer's failure to comply with
these requirements.
Observe marked areas
Under extreme heat conditions do not touch areas of the terminal or
antenna that are marked with this symbol, as it may result in injury.
Microwave radiation hazards
During transmission the antenna in this system radiates Microwave
Power.This radiation may be hazardous to humans close to the antenna.
During transmission, make sure that nobody gets closer than the recommended minimum safety
distance.
On the SAILOR Fleet One, the minimum safety distance to the antenna
panel on the focal line is 0.6 m, based on a radiation level of 10 W/m2.
The radiation level is 100 W/m2 at a distance of 0.2 m from the
antenna panel. Refer to the drawing below.
Pour une antenne SAILOR Fleet One, la distance de sécurité minimale
avec le panneau de l'antenne sur l'axe focal est de 0.6 m, sur la base d'un
niveau de radiation émis de 10 W/m2. L'appareil génère un niveau de radiation de 100 W/m2 à une
distance de 0.2 m de l'avant du panneau de l'antenne. Veuillez consulter le schéma au-dessous.
MICROWAVE RADIATION
No personnel within safety distance
Safety distance:
0.6 m, 10 W/m2
0.2 m, 100 W/m2
60
Distance to other equipment
Do not move the antenna closer to radars than the min. safe distance specified in the installation
manual - it may cause damage to the antenna.
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Compass Safe Distance:
SAILOR Fleet One terminal: min. 0.3 m.
SAILOR Fleet One antenna: min. 1.2 m
Service
User access to the interior of the system units is prohibited. Only a technician authorized by
Cobham SATCOM may perform service - failure to comply with this rule will void the warranty.
Do not service or adjust alone
Do not attempt internal service or adjustments unless another person, capable of rendering first aid
resuscitation, is present.
Grounding, cables and connections
To minimize shock hazard, the equipment chassis and cabinet must be connected to an electrical
ground. The terminal must be grounded to the ship. For further grounding information refer to the
Installation manual.
Do not extend the cables beyond the lengths specified for the equipment. The cable between the
terminal and antenna can be extended if it complies with the specified data concerning cable
losses etc.
All cables for the SAILOR Fleet One system are shielded and should not be affected by magnetic
fields. However, try to avoid running cables parallel to AC wiring as it might cause malfunction of
the equipment.
Power supply
The voltage range is 10.5 - 32 V DC; 11.5 A - 4 A. It is recommended that the voltage is provided
by the 24 V DC bus on the ship. Be aware of high start-up peak current: 20 A@24 V, 5 ms.
If a 24 V DC power bus is not available, an external 115/230 VAC to 24 V DC power supply can be
used.
Do not operate in an explosive atmosphere
Do not operate the equipment in the presence of flammable gases or fumes. Operation of any
electrical equipment in such an environment constitutes a definite safety hazard.
Keep away from live circuits
Operating personnel must not remove equipment covers. Do not replace components with the
power cable connected. Under certain conditions, dangerous voltages may exist even with the
power cable removed. To avoid injuries, always disconnect power and discharge circuits before
touching them.
Failure to comply with the rules above will void the warranty!
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Related documents
The below list shows the documents related to this manual and to the SAILOR Fleet One system.
Title and description
Document
number
SAILOR Fleet One, Installation guide
98-141370
A short guide to installing the SAILOR Fleet One system
SAILOR Fleet One, Quick guide
98-141369
A short guide to the most important functions of the
SAILOR Fleet One system
IP Handset, User manual
98-126059
Explains the features and functions of the IP Handset. The IP
Handset works as a standard IP handset, but also serves as a user
interface for the SAILOR Fleet One system.
Typography
In this manual, typography is used as indicated below:
Bold is used for the following purposes:
•
To emphasize words.
Example: “Do not touch the antenna”.
•
To indicate what the user should select in the user interface.
Example: “Select SETTINGS > LAN”.
Italic is used to emphasize the paragraph title in cross-references.
Example: “For further information, see Connecting Cables on page...”.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Your SAILOR Fleet One ................................................................................................................. 1
Features and interfaces ................................................................................................................ 2
Main units .............................................................................................................................................. 3
Tools for setup and use ................................................................................................................ 4
Available services ............................................................................................................................. 4
Chapter 2 Installation
Unpack your SAILOR Fleet One .............................................................................................. 6
Mounting considerations for the antenna ....................................................................... 7
Antenna mast design ...................................................................................................................11
Install the antenna .........................................................................................................................13
Mounting considerations for the terminal .....................................................................16
Install the terminal ........................................................................................................................17
Connect cables ................................................................................................................................21
Power cable selection ..................................................................................................................34
Chapter 3 Get started
Start up the SAILOR Fleet One ..............................................................................................37
Connect a smartphone ...............................................................................................................39
Connect an IP handset ...............................................................................................................41
Connect an analogue phone ...................................................................................................42
Connect a computer ....................................................................................................................42
Make a call ..........................................................................................................................................43
Connect to the Internet .............................................................................................................44
Chapter 4 Operation
Phone calls ..........................................................................................................................................45
Data connection .............................................................................................................................49
The built-in web interface ........................................................................................................51
Dashboard ...........................................................................................................................................54
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Table of contents
Phone book ........................................................................................................................................57
Call log ...................................................................................................................................................59
SMS messages ..................................................................................................................................60
SIM PIN ................................................................................................................................................63
Chapter 5 Configuration
Set up the data connection .....................................................................................................67
Set up the interfaces ....................................................................................................................68
Select a preferred satellite ........................................................................................................73
Log on as administrator ..............................................................................................................74
Save or load a configuration ...................................................................................................77
Call charges ........................................................................................................................................78
Log handling ......................................................................................................................................79
Data limits ...........................................................................................................................................79
Configure the SIM PIN ...............................................................................................................80
Set up user permissions ..............................................................................................................82
Restricted dialling ...........................................................................................................................83
External data connections ........................................................................................................85
Track the SAILOR Fleet One ....................................................................................................87
Antenna RF noise filter ...............................................................................................................89
Chapter 6 Maintenance and troubleshooting
Get support .........................................................................................................................................90
Update software .............................................................................................................................91
Part numbers .....................................................................................................................................93
Troubleshooting guide ................................................................................................................94
Status signalling ...............................................................................................................................96
Generate a diagnostic report ..................................................................................................97
Event messages ...............................................................................................................................98
Extended status ............................................................................................................................105
Antenna properties ....................................................................................................................105
Self test ..............................................................................................................................................106
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Table of contents
Reset button ...................................................................................................................................107
List of reserved subnets ...........................................................................................................109
App. A
Technical specifications
SAILOR Fleet One antenna ....................................................................................................110
SAILOR Fleet One terminal ....................................................................................................114
Glossary
...................................................................................................................................................................118
Index
...................................................................................................................................................................121
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Chapter 1
Introduction
1
Your SAILOR Fleet One
Congratulations on the purchase of your SAILOR Fleet One System!
SAILOR Fleet One is a maritime broadband system, providing simultaneous high-speed data
and voice communication via satellite, using Inmarsat BGAN (Broadband Global Area Network).
Used with a phone or computer the SAILOR Fleet One gives you access to:
•
Internet browsing
•
E-mail
•
Phone services
•
File transfers
•
VPN (Virtual Private Network) access to corporate servers
This chapter has the following sections:
•
Features and interfaces
•
Main units
•
Tools for setup and use
•
Available services
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Features and interfaces
Phone interface
LAN interface
Wireless device
(PoE)
WLAN access point
External equipment,
e.g. fishery reporting
Computer
IP handset
The SAILOR Fleet One system offers the following features and interfaces:
 Simultaneous voice and data communication over BGAN
 Full duplex, single or multi-user, up to: 100 kbps
 Standard Voice (4 kbps)
 2 LAN (Local Area Network) ports with PoE (Power over Ethernet) for connecting
computers, e-hubs, IP handsets, WLAN access point etc.
 1 Standard Phone port
 1 multi-purpose I/O connector with 5 configurable inputs/outputs
 1 SIM slot for your Fleet One SIM card
 Built-in DHCP/NAT router
 Built-in web interface for managing phone book, messages and calls, and configuration
 Input power: 10.5 - 32 V DC (11.5 A - 4 A)
 CE certified
 ATC resilient
 Supports Inmarsat’s extended L-band services, Inmarsat-XL
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Main units
Units included
The SAILOR Fleet One system includes the following main units:
•
SAILOR Fleet One antenna
•
SAILOR Fleet One terminal
•
Optional: IP Handset
SAILOR Fleet One antenna
The SAILOR Fleet One system uses the SAILOR Fleet One antenna, which is a small size
maritime 2-axis stabilized BGAN antenna.
For information on how to install the antenna, see Chapter 2, Installation.
SAILOR Fleet One terminal
The SAILOR Fleet One terminal is the controlling unit in the SAILOR Fleet One system. It
contains all user interfaces and a power LED indicator and stores configuration data.
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SIM card
The terminal has a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) slot located in the connector panel
behind a small cover plate. The terminal requires a dedicated SAILOR Fleet One SIM card,
which you get from your airtime provider.
The system requires a SIM card to go online and to access the settings of the terminal.
However, using the web interface you can view the Dashboard and upload software without
inserting a SIM card.
Router function
The SAILOR Fleet One terminal has a router function which routes traffic between the local
network connected to the terminal and network connections on the BGAN network.
The router contains NAT (Network Address Translation) which allows sharing of a public IP
address between a number of local network users.
Tools for setup and use
The built-in web interface in the terminal is used for easy configuration and daily use. The
web interface is accessed from a computer connected to the terminal, using an Internet
browser. No installation of software is needed.
For details on the web interface, see The built-in web interface on page 51.
The ThraneLINK Management Application (TMA) is a Windows program that provides
monitoring and software update of connected Cobham SATCOM devices with ThraneLINK
support. The devices must be on the same LAN.
If you have an IP Handset (minimum version 1.8) from Cobham SATCOM, it can be used for
displaying status, accessing a subset of controls and views and entering the PIN code for the
terminal. The IP Handset connects to the LAN interface of the terminal. For information on
how to use the IP Handset, see the user manual for the IP Handset (listed in Related
documents on page v).
Available services
Fleet One is a maritime broadband service providing the following services through the
Inmarsat BGAN system:
•
Data connection to the Internet. A data connection which several users can share
simultaneously. The user pays for the amount of data sent and received.
•
Phone connection. A standard phone connection for making calls over the BGAN
network.
•
SMS. A Short Messaging Service for sending and receiving SMS messages to and from the
terminal.
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Access to services and interfaces
The following table shows which equipment and connectors you can use to access the services
listed in the left column.
Connector on terminal
Service
Phone
Data
LAN (PoE)
Computer or WLAN access point
-
Standard voice
Analogue phone
SMS
IP handset or
smartphone via WLAN access point
Computer accessing the web
interface of the terminal.
-
Satellite coverage
The coverage map below shows satellite coverage and rate regions for the Fleet One service at
the time of writing. For updated information on coverage, see inmarsat.com.
Fleet One coverage and rate regions
90°
80°
70°
60°
50°
40°
30°
20°
10°
0°
10°
20°
30°
40°
50°
60°
70°
80°
90°
180°
160°
140°
Home Region Rate
120°
100°
80°
Out of Region Rate
60°
40°
20°
0°
20°
40°
60°
80°
100°
120°
140°
160°
180°
This map depicts Inmarsat’s expectations of coverage, but does not represent a guarantee
RIVHUYLFH7KHDYDLODELOLW\RIVHUYLFHDWWKHHGJHRIFRYHUDJHDUHDVpXFWXDWHVGHSHQGLQJ
on various conditions. Fleet One coverage rate regions March 2014.
inmarsat.com
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Chapter 2
Installation
2
This chapter describes how to install the SAILOR Fleet One antenna and the SAILOR Fleet One
terminal. It has the following sections:
•
Unpack your SAILOR Fleet One
•
Mounting considerations for the antenna
•
Antenna mast design
•
Install the antenna
•
Mounting considerations for the terminal
•
Install the terminal
•
Connect cables
•
Power cable selection
Unpack your SAILOR Fleet One
Unpack your SAILOR Fleet One system and check that the following items are present:
•
SAILOR Fleet One terminal
•
SAILOR Fleet One antenna
•
DC power cable (1 m)
•
Antenna cable (10 m)
•
Ethernet cable (2 m)
•
I/O connector
•
Mounting bolts and washers for the antenna
•
Kit for water protection of antenna connector joint
•
Installation guide
•
Quick guide
•
CD with Installation guide, Quick guide and User & installation manual
•
Optional: IP Handset
Inspect all units and parts for possible transport damage.
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Mounting considerations for the antenna
When looking for a place to mount the SAILOR Fleet One antenna, make the following
considerations:
•
Do not place the antenna close to large objects that may block the signal. Place the
antenna with free line of sight in all directions to ensure proper reception of the satellite
signal.
•
Place the antenna in such a way that persons are not exposed to radiation from the
antenna. Keep the minimum safety distance. See Safety summary on page iii.
•
Do not place the antenna within range of other equipment that can interfere with the
SAILOR Fleet One.
•
Do not place the antenna close to a funnel, as smoke deposits are corrosive. Furthermore,
deposits on the radome can degrade performance.
•
Do not block the drainage gasket in the bottom centre of the antenna. Leave space below
the antenna to allow any water to escape.
The following sections describe the details for the mounting considerations.
Obstructions
The antenna rotates 360° and down to -60° in pitch and roll, to allow for continuous pointing
even in heavy sea conditions. Any objects within this field can cause signal degradation.
The amount of degradation depends on the size of the object and the distance from the
antenna. As a rule of thumb any object that covers an angle of less than 3° at the antenna has
limited effect. The table below gives a guideline for the distance and maximum size of blocking
objects in order to avoid degradation.
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Distance of object
Maximum size of object
3m
16 cm
5m
26 cm
10 m
52 cm
20 m
104 cm
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Radiation hazard
The SAILOR Fleet One antenna radiates 16.1 dBW EIRP. This translates to a minimum safety
distance of 0.6 m from the antenna while it is transmitting, based on a radiation level of
10 mW/cm2.
MICROWAVE RADIATION
No personnel within safety distance
Safety distance:
0.6 m, 10 W/m2
(0.2 m, 100 W/m2)
60
Interference
The antenna must be mounted as far away as possible from the ship’s radar and high power
radio transmitters (including other Inmarsat based systems), because they may compromise
the antenna performance. RF emission from radars might actually damage the antenna.
The SAILOR Fleet One antenna itself may also interfere with other radio systems. Especially
other Inmarsat systems and GPS receivers with poor frequency discrimination are vulnerable
to the radiation generated by the SAILOR Fleet One antennas.
Radar
It is difficult to give exact guidelines for the minimum distance between a radar and the
antenna because radar power, radiation pattern, frequency and pulse length/shape vary from
radar to radar. Further, the antenna is typically placed in the near field of the radar antenna and
reflections from masts, decks and other items in the vicinity of the radar are different from ship
to ship.
However, it is possible to give a few guidelines:
Since a radar radiates a fan beam with a horizontal beam width of a few degrees and a vertical
beam width of up to +/- 15°, the worst interference can be avoided by mounting the antenna
at a different level – meaning that the antenna is installed minimum 15° above or below the
radar antenna. Due to near field effects the benefit of this vertical separation could be reduced
at short distances (below approximately 10 m) between radar antenna and the
SAILOR Fleet One antenna. Therefore it is recommended to ensure as much vertical separation
as possible when the SAILOR Fleet One antenna has to be placed close to a radar antenna.
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Min. 15
Min. 15
Radar distance
The minimum acceptable separation (d min.) between a radar and the antenna is determined
by the radar wavelength/frequency and the power emitted by the radar. The tables below show
some “rule of thumb” minimum separation distances as a function of radar power at X and S
band. If the d min. separation listed below is applied, antenna damage is normally avoided.
“d min.” is defined as the shortest distance between the radar antenna (in any position) and the
surface of the SAILOR Fleet One antenna.
X-band (~ 3 cm / 10 GHz) damage distance
Radar power
d min. at 15°
d min. at 60°
vertical separation vertical separation
0 – 10 kW
0.8 m
0.4 m
30 kW
2.4 m
1.2 m
50 kW
4.0 m
2.0 m
S-band (~ 10 cm / 3 GHz) damage distance
Radar power
d min. at 30°
d min. at 75°
vertical separation vertical separation
0 – 10 kW
0.4 m
0.2 m
30 kW
1.0 m
0.5 m
50 kW
2.0 m
1.0 m
The separation distance for C-band (4-8 GHz) radars should generally be the same as for Xband radars.
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Radar interference
Even at distances greater than “d min.” in the previous section the radar might still be able to
degrade the performance of the SAILOR Fleet One system.
The presence of one or more X-band radars within a radius up to 100 m could cause a minor
degradation of the signal-to-noise ratio during high speed and data calls. The degradation will
be most significant at high radar pulse repetition rates.
As long as receiving conditions are favourable, this limited degradation is without importance.
However, if receiving conditions are poor – e.g. due to objects blocking the signal path, heavy
rainfall or icing, low satellite elevation and violent ship movements – the small extra
degradation due to the radar(s) could cause poor call quality. A voice call might become noisy
or fail while a data connection might decrease in speed and performance.
The presence of S-band radar(s) is unlikely to cause any performance degradation – as long as
the minimum distances (d min.) listed in the previous section are applied.
It is strongly recommended that interference free operation is verified experimentally before
the installation is finalized.
CAUTION! The antenna must never be installed closer to a radar than “d
min.” - even if experiments show that interference free operation can be
obtained at shorter distances than “d min.” in the previous section.
Other Inmarsat systems
Recommended minimum safe distance to other Inmarsat antennas is 10 m.
GPS receivers
Good quality GPS receivers will work properly very close to the antenna - typically down to one
meter outside the main beam, and down to a few meters inside the main beam. However,
simple GPS receivers with poor frequency discrimination could be affected at longer range
(typically 10 m). It is always recommended to test the GPS performance before the installation
is finalized.
VSAT systems
For optimum performance we recommend a minimum distance of 3 meters from the BGAN
antenna to VSAT antennas.
Auxiliary Terrestrial Component (ATC)
The SAILOR Fleet One system is resilient to ATC base stations (future terrestrial mobile
systems) that operate inside the Inmarsat band and that may be located near the coast.
Other transmitters
See Minimum distance to transmitters on page 112 in Appendix A for minimum
recommended distance to transmitters in the frequency range below 1000 MHz.
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Antenna mast design
The antenna mast must be designed to carry the weight of the antenna unit, which is
approximately 3.9 kg (+ 1.1 kg for the mast mount kit)
The mast must also be able to withstand onboard vibrations and wind forces up to 108 knots
on the radome, even in icing conditions.
Antenna mast mounting
Mast mount kit:
The top of the SAILOR Fleet One antenna mast should be fitted with the dedicated mounting
kit available from Cobham SATCOM.
Assemble the mast mount kit according to the assembly instruction included with the kit.
The mast mount kit interfaces to a 1½” pipe (OD 48.3 mm). If the supplied plastic sleeve is
omitted, a maximum diameter OD of 52 mm can be used.
Custom mast mounting:
For a custom mast mounting, use 4 M6 bolts (A4) in the threaded bushings on the 175.4 mm
diameter circle in the bottom of the antenna. The length of the bolts must be such that they
engage into the bushings of the radome with min. 6 mm and max. 12 mm.
Important
Do not block the drainage hole in the centre bottom of the antenna.
Drill a hole for the cable in the mast flange or use an angled connector.
Mast length and diameter
The placement of the antenna must ensure a rigid structural connection to the hull or structure
of the ship. Parts of the ship with heavy resonant vibrations are not suitable places for the
antenna.
A small platform or short mast provides rigid support for the antenna fastening bolts and a rigid
interface to the ship.
If it is necessary to use a tall mast, use the table on page 12 to obtain the maximum free length
of the mast. Note that these values depend on rigid antenna-ship interfaces. The crosssectional properties and the corresponding maximum free length give a natural frequency
above 30 Hz.
It is recommended to shorten the mast length as much as possible to obtain higher
frequencies. Alternatively, mount stays or wires to stabilize the mast further.
Note
The table in the next section lists the values for steel masts.
For aluminium masts, the free mast length is reduced to 75% of the values for steel.
High masts or installations on ships with high vibration levels should be further stabilized by
stays or wires from the mast flange. Also mount vibration isolators between the flange and the
radome. For SAILOR Fleet One, the vibration isolators are included in the Mast mount kit.
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Note
Stays and rigid masts can still not prevent vertical vibration if the mast is attached to a
deck plate that is not rigid. Make every effort to mount the mast on a surface that is
well supported by ribs. If this is not possible, provide extra deck plate propping.
Antenna mast length
The mast mount kit interfaces to a 1½” tube (OD 48.3 mm absolute maximum OD 52 mm). Masts with larger diameters
must be tapered and the upper part of the tube (approximately
50 mm) must have a diameter of 1½”.
Wall
Max. free
OD
Weight
Inertia
Thickness
mast length
6
4
(mm)
(kg/m) (X10 mm )
(mm)
(steel), m
48.3
3.25
3.61
0.117
48.3
4.05
4.43
0.139
50
3.00
3.48
0.123
60.3
3.65
5.10
0.262
60.3
4.50
6.17
0.309
76.1
3.65
6.80
0.547
76.1
4.50
7.90
0.651
88.9
4.05
8.47
0.974
88.9
4.85
10.10
1.140
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OD (mm)
Free mast length (m)
The below table shows the values for a SAILOR Fleet One
antenna mast without stays or wires. Note that these values
are only guidelines - always consider the environment and
characteristics of the ship before deciding on the mast
dimensions.
< 0.6
<0.8
< 1.0
< 1.1
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Install the antenna
Ground the antenna
You may ground the antenna using the mounting bolts.
If the antenna cannot or should not be electrically connected directly to the mounting surface,
you can use a separate grounding cable to make the connection between the antenna and the
common ground to which the terminal is also connected. For example, you can connect a
separate grounding cable when vibration isolators are used at the mounting bolts.
To obtain a good ground connection, the metal underneath the head of at least one bolt must
be clean of insulating protective coating and a serrated washer should be used. After tightening
the bolts we recommend that you seal the area suitably in order to avoid corrosion of the
grounding point.
Use stainless steel bolts and washers.
Antenna cables
Guidelines
A coaxial cable for connection between the antenna and terminal is delivered with the system.
If you need a different cable, make sure that the cable meets the requirements. Preferably
choose one of the cable types in Recommended antenna cables below.
Select a suitable area for installation of the terminal, antenna and cradle. Where the cables are
exposed to mechanical wear - on deck, through bulkheads, etc. - protect the cables with steel
pipes. Otherwise, follow standard procedures for cabling in ship installations.
The maximum allowed RF-loss in the antenna cable is 20 dB at 1660 MHz. This is to ensure the
performance of the system.
Recommended antenna cables
The table below shows recommended cable types and maximum cable lengths for
SAILOR Fleet One.
Cable Type
Absolute maximum
length
G02232-D
6m
RG223-D
25 m
RG214/U
50 m
S 07272B-05
95 m
Check in the data sheet from the cable supplier that both the RF- attenuation and the DCresistance are kept within the maximum specified values:
•
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Antenna cable RF-attenuation at 1660 MHz: max. 20 dB incl. connector.
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•
Antenna cable modem-attenuation at 54 MHz: max. 4 dB.
Antenna cable modem-attenuation at 36 MHz: max. 3 dB.
•
Antenna cable loop DC-resistance max: 1 Ohm.
Also ensure that the specified minimum bending radius is respected. If this is not the case, the
loss in the cable will increase. Check the instructions from the cable supplier.
Important mounting notes
Water intrusion
After having connected the antenna cable to the antenna, ensure that the connector assembly
is properly protected against seawater and corrosion. As a minimum, use self-amalgamating
rubber.
If possible, install the radome such that direct spray of sea water is avoided.
It is recommended not to use pneumatic tools for cleaning the radome, especially at a short
distance and directly at the split between top and bottom.
Note that the SAILOR Fleet One antenna is drained for condensation through the gasket in the
bottom centre. Make sure the requirements to drainage are met. See the next section
Condensation.
Condensation
In some cases there will be condensation inside the radome. The gasket in the bottom centre
of the SAILOR Fleet One antenna is designed to lead any water away from the radome. Make
sure the drainage gasket is not blocked when you mount the antenna.
Drainage gasket
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Mount the antenna
The radome can now be installed on the ship with 4 stainless steel bolts fastened to the hull or
to a mast.
For information on mast mounting, see Antenna mast design on page 11.
To mount the antenna on the hull
Make sure the antenna has line of sight to the satellites. When the antenna is mounted directly
on the hull, it may be difficult to obtain line of sight, especially down to -60°, which is the
maximum rotation angle (pitch and roll) for the SAILOR Fleet One antenna.
Important
Do not block the drainage hole in the centre bottom of the antenna.
Make sure to leave room for the connector and cable under the antenna.
Mount the antenna with 4 M6 bolts into the threaded bushings in the bottom of the antenna
(marked A in the drawing below).
The bolt thread must not penetrate more than 12 mm (or 8 turns of the bolt) - and not less
than 6 mm (or 4 turns of the bolt)- into the threaded part of the bushings in the radome.
Fasten the bolts with 7-8 Nm torque.
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Mounting considerations for the terminal
Where to place the terminal
Temperature conditions
The terminal must be placed in a ventilated area with free space around all sides of the unit,
except the bottom side.
Ambient temperature range is –25 °C to +55 °C.
If the terminal is installed in a location where the ambient temperature may exceed 45 °C, we
recommend placing the terminal where unintentional contact is avoided. If the maximum
ambient temperature does not exceed 45 °C, the terminal can be placed in a public area.
Grounding access
The terminal is designed with a case for bulkhead or desktop installation. The case is equipped
with mounting brackets, making it possible to secure the unit on a bulkhead.
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The terminal must be placed in an area where access to the hull or equivalent
grounding can be reached within 0.5 m.
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Ground the terminal
Antenna cable
The antenna ground is connected to the terminal ground by means of the coax cable with a
TNC connector at both ends.
For information on antenna grounding, see Ground the antenna on page 13.
Ground stud
To ensure that the terminal is grounded – also if the cable is disconnected from the terminal,
connect an extra ground wire to the ground stud on the terminal. This ground wire must be a
heavy wire or braid cable with a larger diameter than the coax cable. The ground stud is located
next to the power switch.
Ground stud
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Ground connection through the mounting surface
In addition to the ground stud you may connect the terminal chassis to ground through the
mounting surface. Make sure you have a good electrical connection between the terminal
chassis and the mounting surface.
1. Remove the four rubber feet from the terminal.
2. Attach the terminal to the mounting surface using four screws through the mounting
surface and into the threaded bushings on the underneath of the terminal.
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Mount the Basic cable support (optional)
If you want to use a cable support for your terminal, you can acquire a Basic cable support
(“Accessories kit F/ Terminal”, spare part no. S-673738A) from your distributor.
When mounted on the terminal the Basic cable support offers a number of holders to which
you can secure the cables from the terminal, using cable strips.
To mount the Basic cable support, do as follows:
1. Remove the two rubber washers from the bottom of the terminal at the connector panel
end. The threaded bushings underneath the rubber washers are used for mounting the
cable support.
2. Fasten the Basic cable support to the terminal using two M4 x 6 mm countersunk screws.
3. Install the terminal as described in To install the terminal on a bulkhead on page 20 or To
install the terminal on a desktop on page 20.
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To install the terminal on a bulkhead
Terminal with no cable support
Do as follows to mount the terminal on a bulkhead:
1. Insert four screws through the mounting holes and into the mounting surface.
Important
This mounting method cannot be used for grounding. If you are using the
mounting surface for grounding, you must use the threaded bushings on the
underneath of the terminal instead. See Ground connection through the
mounting surface on page 18.
2. Connect all cables.
Terminal with Basic cable support
First mount the Basic cable support on the terminal as described in Mount the Basic cable
support (optional) on page 19.
1. Mount the terminal with the Basic cable support on the bulkhead by inserting four screws
through the holes in the mounting bracket and into the mounting surface.
2. Connect all cables.
3. Secure the cables to the cable support using cable strips.
To install the terminal on a desktop
Four rubber feet make the terminal well suited for desktop installation. Simply place the
terminal on a desktop and connect all cables.
If required, fasten the terminal to the desktop with four screws, as described in the previous
section To install the terminal on a bulkhead.
Make sure that the grounding requirements are met. See Ground the terminal on page 17.
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Connect cables
The connector panel
The connector panel has the following connectors:
DC power input
Antenna
Phone
2 x LAN
I/O
Ground
•
1 Antenna connector (TNC)
•
1 Phone connector
•
2 LAN connectors with Power over Ethernet (PoE)
•
1 DC power input connector for connection to 10.5-32 V DC, with optional remote on/off
•
1 Input/Output connector with 5 inputs/outputs for external control or signalling
•
1 ground stud with wing nut
For information on how to connect to a specific interface, see the next sections.
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Antenna interface on the terminal
The antenna interface on the terminal connects to the SAILOR Fleet One antenna. The
connector on the terminal is a TNC female connector. An antenna cable (10 m) is included in
the delivery.
To connect the antenna to the terminal
1. Connect the antenna cable between the Antenna connector on the terminal and the
connector on the underneath of the antenna.
2. Where the cables are exposed to mechanical wear - on deck, through bulkheads, etc. protect the cables with steel pipes. Otherwise, follow standard procedures for cabling in
ship installations.
For information on alternative cables and how to install and connect the antenna, see Install
the antenna on page 13.
DC power input
The DC power input for the terminal is a 10.5 - 32 V DC; 11.5 A - 4 A input with a remote on/off
function. The input is protected against reverse polarity.
There are different options for the power supply:
•
The 24 V DC ship supply provides power for the terminal.
•
A 12 V DC supply provides power for the terminal. Note that the maximum allowed source
impedance is much lower for a 12 V DC supply than for a 24 V DC supply. Also, the total
output power available for Power over Ethernet is limited when the power supply is 12 V
DC.
•
A 230 V AC supply provides power through an AC/DC power supply.
Be aware of high start-up peak current: 20 A at 24 V, 5 ms.
The terminal is equipped with an internal 20 A Fuse, so no external fuse is necessary in order to
protect the terminal. However, in order to avoid short circuit in the power cable/connector, the
ship’s DC outlet should be protected by a 30 A fuse or circuit breaker.
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Pinout
The power connector is a Mixed D-Sub connector 7W2, control pin male/ power pin male. The
below table shows the pinout for the connector and the colours of the corresponding wires.
Pin number Pin function
Colour of wire in
power cable
A1
Vin+
Red (thick)
A2
Vin-
Black (thick)
1
Not connected Black (thin)
2
Remote on/off Green
3
Not connected Brown
4
Not connected Red (thin)
5
Remote on/off Orange
A2
5 4 3
A1
2 1
To connect DC power to the terminal
Do as follows to connect the power cable:
1. Connect the red (+) and black (-) wires of the supplied power cable to the ship’s 24 V DC
supply according to the recommendations in the previous sections.
Note
If the supplied power cable is not long enough, see Power cable selection on
page 34.
2. Connect the D-sub connector on the power cable to the DC input connector on the
terminal.
If you need a remote on/off function, you may use one of the following options:
•
Connect the Remote on/off wires in the power cable to a remote switch. For further
information, see To connect a remote on/off switch on the next page.
•
Connect the ignition pins in the I/O connector to the ignition of your vessel. For further
information, see To connect to the ignition on the next page.
For specifications of the DC input on the terminal, see Power input on page 115 in Technical
specifications.
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To connect a remote on/off switch
The terminal has a remote on/off function. When the terminal power switch is in the “on”
position you can remote-control the power function.
By installing a switch that can short-circuit the “Remote on/off”
pins (2 and 5) in the power connector you can power the
terminal on or off with this remote switch.
pin 5
When pins 2 and 5 are not short-circuited and valid input power
is present, the terminal is powered on, provided the Power
switch is in the “on” position.
For pinout for the power connector and a description of the wire
colours in the power cable, see Pinout on page 23.
pin 2
For information on the standby current when the remote on/off switch is off, refer to Standby
current on page 115 in Technical specifications.
To connect to the ignition
The terminal has an ignition function. When this function is used, the terminal switches on/off
when you start/stop the engine of your vessel (provided the power switch on the terminal is
on).
Note
You must set up the ignition function in the terminal. For details, see To configure the
I/O interface on page 72.
To implement the ignition function, connect the appropriate pin in the I/O connector to the
ignition key switch:
•
Active high (default): Connect pin 5 permanently to ground. When the ignition is on,
connect pin 8 to positive DC voltage (10.5-32 V DC). When the ignition is off, disconnect
pin 8 from the positive DC voltage.
•
Active low: Connect pin 8 permanently to positive DC voltage (10.5-32 VDC). When the
ignition is on, connect pin 5 to ground (< 1.2 V DC). When the ignition is off, disconnect
pin 5 from ground.
For pinout and default functions, see I/O interface on page 28.
For information on the standby current when the ignition power is off, see Standby current on
page 115 in Technical specifications.
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Phone interface
The terminal has one RJ-11 connector for connecting an analogue phone.
Pinout
The Phone connector is an RJ-11, 6/4 female connector. The table and figure below show the
connector outline and pin assignments.
Pin number
Pin function
1
-
2
Not connected
3
Tip
4
Ring
5
Not connected
6
-
RJ-11 female connector
1 2 3 4 5 6
To connect an analogue phone
Connect your analogue phone to the terminal using a standard phone cable with an RJ-11 male
connector.
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LAN interface
The terminal has two Ethernet LAN ports with Power over Ethernet (PoE). The PoE standard for
the Ethernet ports is IEEE 802.3af, and the connectors are RJ-45 connectors.
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
The LAN connectors have PoE, which means they can be used to supply power to connected
equipment, e.g. IP handsets. One power supply powers both interfaces with a floating 48 V DC
supply (44 - 57 V DC). Therefore, the interfaces are not galvanically separated from each other.
Both Tx signals are DC connected to the Positive PoE Voltage and both Rx signals to the
Negative PoE Voltage.
Note
Equipment connected to the LAN (PoE) connectors must comply with the PoE
standard IEEE 802.3af.
The total output power from the interfaces is 32 W. Both interfaces can support devices of
power class 1, 2 and 3 (4, 7 and 15.4 Watt), as long as the total power consumption does not
exceed the above limits.
In case of power hold-up (failure on input power), PoE will be turned off.
Pinout
The figure and table below show the connector outline and pin assignments.
Pin number Pin function
1
TxD+ input (positive PoE)
2
TxD-input (positive PoE)
3
RxD+ output (negative PoE)
4
Not connected
5
Not connected
6
RxD- output (negative PoE)
7
Not connected
8
Not connected
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To connect a wireless LAN access point
The SAILOR Fleet One does not have a built-in wireless LAN (WLAN) access point. If you want
to use WLAN to access the SAILOR Fleet One you must connect an external WLAN access
point. The WLAN access point must be without NAT (Network Address Translation).
Connect a LAN cable between your WLAN access point and one of the LAN connectors on the
terminal.
Refer to the documentation for your WLAN access point for information on configuration.
To connect an IP handset to the LAN interface
To connect an IP handset to the terminal, do as follows:
Connect the cable from the IP handset to one of the LAN connectors on the terminal,
preferably port 1. In case of insufficient power to the LAN PoE the LAN ports are prioritised, so
that port 1 is the last to be shut down.1
Note that the handset and terminal must be set up to be able to communicate with each other.
For further information, refer to Configuration for making calls on page 40 and the user
manual for the IP handset.
The maximum length of the cable between the IP handset and terminal is 80 m.
Note
If you insert a switch or similar between the cradle and the terminal, or if you are
using a 3rd party IP handset, make sure that it conforms to the industry standard IEEE
802.3 af (using data pairs).
1. Both LAN interfaces can support devices of power class 1, 2 and 3 (4, 7 and 15.4 Watt), as long as
the total power consumption does not exceed 32 W. If the limit is exceeded, the LAN ports are
prioritised so that LAN port 1 has the highest priority and port 2 is closed down. In case of power
hold-up (failure on input power), PoE will be turned off completely.
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I/O interface
The terminal has an I/O connector with 5 configurable inputs/outputs
The connector is a WieCon Type 8513S connector.
A matching connector is included in the delivery.
Pinout
The figure and table below show the connector outline and pin assignments.2
Pin number Default configuration
1
Ringer output
2
Warning/Error output
3
Indicator for data connection,
output
4
Control data connection on/off,
input
5
Ignition input
6
Chassis GND
7
DC out, 9-15 VDC, 50 mA
8
DC in (Ignition input)
WieCon Type 8513S connector
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2. The default functions of the I/O pins are described in the next section.
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I/O pin functions
Output pins 1,2 and 3:
Passive
Terminal setting:
Normally closed
Terminal
Passive
Terminal setting:
Normally open
Terminal
Activated
Terminal
Activated
Terminal
Pin 1: Ringer output.
Pin 1 acts as a built-in switch in the terminal. You can configure Pin 1 to be Normally closed or
Normally open, using the web interface.
•
Normally closed (default):
The internal switch at pin 1 is normally closed (pin 1 is connected to ground). When the
terminal is notified of an incoming call from the satellite interface, the switch opens (no
connection to ground). When the call is answered, or the caller gives up and releases the
call, the switch is closed again.
•
Normally Open:
The internal switch at pin 1 is normally open (no connection to ground). When the
terminal is notified of an incoming call from the satellite interface, the switch is closed (pin
1 is connected to ground). When the call is answered, or the caller gives up and releases
the call, the switch is opened again.
Pin 2: Warning/Error output.
Pin 2 acts as a built-in switch in the terminal. Pin 2 can be used to provide an external signal
that indicates active warning/error condition(s). You can configure pin 2 to be Normally closed
or Normally open.
•
Normally Closed (default):
The internal switch at pin 2 is normally closed (pin 2 is connected to ground). When an
alarm occurs, the switch opens (no connection to ground). The switch is closed again when
all warnings/errors are cleared.
•
Normally Open:
The internal switch at pin 2 is normally open (no connection to ground). When an alarm
occurs, the switch is closed (connected to ground). The switch is opened again when all
warnings/errors are cleared.
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Pin 3: Indicator for data connection.
Pin 3 can be used as an indicator for active data connections. You can configure pin 3 to
Normally closed or Normally open.
•
Normally Closed:
The internal switch at pin 3 is normally closed (pin 3 is connected to ground). When there
is an active data connection, the switch opens (no connection to ground). When the data
connection is ended, the switch is closed again (connected to ground).
•
Normally Open (default):
The internal switch at pin 3 is normally open (no connection to ground). The switch is
closed (connected to ground) during active data connections. When the data connection
is ended, the switch opens again (no connection to ground).
Input pin 4:
Passive
Terminal setting:
Active low
Terminal
Pin 4
Pin 6, GND
Passive
Terminal setting:
Active high
Terminal
Pin 4
Pin 6, GND
Activated
Terminal
Pin 4
Pin 6, GND
Activated
Terminal
Pin 4
Pin 6, GND
Pin 4: Control data connection on/off.
Activation of this pin causes the system to disable data connections, i.e. to gracefully
deactivate any active data connections and to not allow any new data connections to be
started. Data connections are not allowed until the pin is deactivated. You can configure pin 4
to Active low or Active high.
•
Active low (default): Passive state: Leave open. To activate: Connect pin 4 to ground (< 1.2
V DC).
•
Active high: Passive state: Connect pin 4 to ground (< 1.2 V DC). To activate: Disconnect
pin 4 from ground.
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Input pin 5/8 (example):
Ignition off
Terminal setting:
Active high
Terminal
Terminal
Ignition on
DC+
Terminal
Pin 8
Pin 8
Pin 5
Pin 5
Ignition off
Terminal setting:
Active low
DC+
Pin 8
Pin 5
DC+
Ignition on
Terminal
DC+
Pin 8
Pin 5
The functions of the I/O pins are as follows:
Pin 5/8: Ignition input.
The ignition function can be used to turn on/off the terminal by means of an external signal.
The external signal that triggers the ignition function can be either positive DC voltage or
ground. The ignition function uses pin 5 together with pin 8 (DC in). Connect the appropriate
pin to the ignition switch as follows:
•
Active high (default): Connect pin 5 permanently to ground. When the ignition is on,
connect pin 8 to positive DC voltage (10.5-32 V DC). When the ignition is off, disconnect
pin 8 from the positive DC voltage.
•
Active low: Connect pin 8 permanently to positive DC voltage (10.5-32 VDC). When the
ignition is on, connect pin 5 to ground (< 1.2 V DC). When the ignition is off, disconnect
pin 5 from ground.
Pin 6: Ground.
(Non-configurable) Pin 6 can be used as an external connection to ground. Pin 6 is connected
to ground inside the terminal.
Pin 7: DC output.
(Non-configurable) Pin 7 can be used as a DC output. The voltage on pin 7 is 9-15 V and the
output can supply up to 50 mA. Pin 7 can be used as power supply to a relay, ringer or similar.
The built-in web interface of the terminal offers a page for configuring the I/O pins. For
information on how to configure the I/O pins, see To configure the I/O interface on page 72.
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To connect the data connection status kit (optional)
The optional SAILOR Fleet One data connection status kit (part number 403744A-981)
can be purchased from your distributor. It consists of:
•
A switch for enabling/disabling data connection
•
An indicator lamp for showing the status of the data connection
Wires: Additionally you must provide 2 wires for the switch and two wires for the indicator.
Specifications for the wires:
•
Max. wire diameter: 0.8 mm
•
Max wire cross-section for stranded cable: 0.75 mm2
Pin connection: The switch and lamp connect to the I/O connector on the SAILOR Fleet One.
The next sections describe how to connect. For details on the I/O pins, see the previous
section.
To connect the data connection switch
The data connection switch is used to enable/disable data connection in the SAILOR Fleet One.
It is a latched push-button, which contains two switches: One that is normally open and one
that is normally closed.
2
1
3
4
The below procedure is an example with default configuration of I/O pins, and the button
is used to disable data connection when pushed in (latched).
1. If you want to disable data connection when the button is pushed in, solder your wires to
pin 1 and 2 on the switch.
2. Mount the switch in the location you want and tighten the nut (max. torque 50 Ncm).
3. Connect the other end of the wires to pin 4 and 6 respectively on the I/O connector.
When you push the button in, the SAILOR Fleet One gracefully deactivates any active data
connections and does not allow any new data connections to be started. Data connections are
not allowed until the button is released (pushed) again.
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depends on whether or not automatic activation is enabled. See Set up the data
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To connect the data indicator lamp
The data indicator lamp is used to show if there is an active data connection.
Specifications for the lamp:
•
Colour: Orange
•
Operating voltage: 12 VDC
•
Operating current: 7/14 mA ±15%
X1, Negative polarity
X2, positive polarity
The below procedure is an example with default configuration of I/O pins, and the lamp is
on when a data connection is active.
1. Solder your wires to pin X1 and X2 on the lamp.
2. Mount the lamp in the location you want and tighten the nut (max. torque 50 Ncm).
3. Connect the wire from pin X1 to pin 3 on the I/O connector.
4. Connect the wire from pin X2 to pin 7 on the I/O connector.
When a data connection is active, the lamp is on.
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Power cable selection
A power cable of 1 m is supplied with the SAILOR Fleet One terminal. Use this cable if possible.
If 1 m is not long enough, you can extend the cable according to the guidelines in this section.
Source impedance
The length of the power cable depends on the type of cable used and the source impedance of
the DC power installation in the ship.
The maximum allowed source impedance depends on the usage of the power range of the
terminal DC input (10.5 - 32 V DC; 11.5 A - 4 A).
Select a power outlet from the DC system and measure the source impedance of the ship
installation as described in the next section.
Note
If the total impedance is higher than the limits stated in this section, the terminal
may become unstable and start to on/off oscillate.
The total impedance is made up of the source impedance of the ship power
supply plus the impedance of connected cables including connectors and joints
where cables are extended.
For further recommendations on power cable selection, see Power cable recommendations
on page 35.
Measuring the ship source impedance
Select a power outlet from the ship 24 V DC or 12 V DC system, and measure the source
impedance of the ship installation as described below.
1. Measure the voltage without load (R.var disconnected).
2. Set the current to e.g. 1 A by adjusting R.var.
3. Measure the corresponding voltage change.
Example:1 A and 50 mV. Source impedance: 50 mV/1 Amp = 50 mOhm.
Power outlet
BDU
Power
for terminal
Battery 24 VDC
outlet
Ship Installations
A
V
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Power cable recommendations
Overview
The terminal is delivered with a power cable, which can be extended according to the
recommendations in this section.
•
When extending the power cable, positive and negative supply wires must be installed
closely together side by side to keep cable inductance low.
•
Ensure that cable inductance for the selected cable at the desired length is below the
50 H requirement.
The power cable contains the following wires:
Colour of wire
in power cable
Pin number in
connector
Function
Red
A1
Vin+
Black
A2
Vin-
Black
1
not connected
Green
2
Remote on/off
Brown
3
not connected
Red
4
not connected
Orange
5
Remote on/off
Calculating the maximum power cable extension
For 24 V DC operation, the total impedance must be max. 500 mOhm, including the source
impedance in the ship installation.
For 12 V DC operation, the total impedance must be max. 85 mOhm, including the source
impedance in the ship installation.
The total impedance is made up of the following:
•
the source impedance in the ship installation
•
the cable impedance of the supplied power cable, including the impedance in the joint of
the two cables. In the following example, the impedance of the cable and joint is set to
10 mOhm (1 m power cable). Note that if the cable length or type is changed, the
impedance will change accordingly.
•
the extension cable impedance.
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To calculate the maximum cable extension, do as follows:
1. First measure the source impedance in the ship installation as shown in Measuring the
ship source impedance on page 34.
2. Then find the resistance per meter for the cable type you are going to use.
For 4 mm2/AWG 11, the value is 4 mOhm/m at 20 °C
For 1.5 mm2/AWG 15, the value is 10 mOhm/m at 20 °C
For other cable types, refer to the data sheet for the cable.
3. Calculate the maximum allowed impedance in the extension cable as follows:
Max. allowed impedance in extension cable = max. total impedance - (measured source
impedance + impedance of the supplied cable).
4. Then calculate the max. extension cable length as follows:
Max. impedance in extension cable (from step 3.)
Max. length = 0.5 x
impedance/meter (from step 2.)
The length is multiplied by 0.5 above because there are two conductors in the cable.
Example:
Ship supply voltage: 12 V DC
Ship source impedance (measured): 50 mOhm
Extension cable type: 4 mm2 (AWG 11)
Max. cable extension =
85m –  50m + 10m 
0 5  ---------------------------------------------------------------- = 3 12m
4m  m
In this case, the power cable can be extended with up to 3.12 m.
If you need a longer cable, you can double the maximum allowed length by connecting two
cables instead of one, or you can use a cable with a larger diameter.
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Get started
3
This chapter describes how to start up the system and make the first call or data session. It has
the following sections:
•
Start up the SAILOR Fleet One
•
Connect a smartphone
•
Connect an IP handset
•
Connect a computer
•
Make a call
•
Connect to the Internet
Start up the SAILOR Fleet One
Insert the SIM card
Note that the SAILOR Fleet One terminal requires a SIM card dedicated to the Fleet One
service. The terminal can only access the BGAN network when the right type of SIM card is
installed. The SIM card is provided by your airtime provider.
To insert the SIM card, do as follows:
1. Open the SIM cover in the left side of the
connector panel.
2. Insert the SIM card into the SIM slot.
Place the card with the chip side facing up as
shown.
3. Press gently until it clicks.
4. Slide the lock in front of the SIM card.
5. Close the cover for the SIM slot.
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Power up the SAILOR Fleet One
Power switch
To switch on the terminal, tip the
On/Off switch.
It normally takes a few seconds for
the terminal to switch on.
Remote on/off switch
If an external switch is connected to the remote on/off pins in the DC connector, you may
leave the power switch in the connector panel in the “on” position and use the remote switch
to turn the terminal on and off. When the remote switch is off, the terminal is off. However, if
you leave the power switch on the terminal in the “on” position, you can always switch the
terminal back on with the remote switch. The standby current when the remote switch is off is
max. 2 mA. For further information on how to connect a remote on/off switch, see To connect
a remote on/off switch on page 24.
Ignition system
Normally the ignition function is not used in maritime installations. Instead you may want to
use the remote on/off function described in the previous section.
If you have connected the ignition system of your vessel to the I/O connector, you may leave
the power switch in the “on” position and the terminal will switch on/off when you start/stop
the engine of your vessel.
When the engine is stopped the terminal is in standby mode, meaning that only the primary
parts of the system are kept alive. The standby current is max. 15 mA when the ignition is off.
For information on how to connect to the ignition, refer to To connect to the ignition on
page 24.
You must set up the ignition function in the web interface. For further information, see To
configure the I/O interface on page 72.
SIM PIN
By default, a SIM PIN is not required.
Using the built-in web interface of the terminal with an administrator password, you can apply
a SIM PIN, so that you have to enter a PIN code to access the SAILOR Fleet One system and
the BGAN satellite network. For details, see Configure the SIM PIN on page 80
If a PIN is required, you can enter the PIN using an analogue phone, an IP Handset or the web
interface. For details, see SIM PIN on page 63.
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Register with the BGAN network
When the terminal is switched on and the SIM PIN is accepted (if required), the
SAILOR Fleet One automatically starts the registration procedure on the BGAN network.
Note
The registration procedure may take several minutes.
You can monitor the registration procedure in two ways.
•
Connect the IP Handset from Cobham SATCOM and watch the procedure in the display.
•
Connect a computer, access the built-in web interface of the terminal and watch the
Status field in the DASHBOARD. For details, see Dashboard on page 54.
The normal startup procedure is shown as follows:
1. Searching. The terminal has instructed the antenna to search for the BGAN signal.
2. Registering. The terminal is attempting to register with the Satellite Access Station (SAS).
3. Ready. The terminal has registered and attached to the SAS and is ready to accept a
service request (a call or a data session).
Connect a smartphone
Wireless access point
The SAILOR Fleet One does not have a built-in WLAN access point. If you want to use wireless
devices with your SAILOR Fleet One you must connect an external WLAN access point to the
LAN interface. Refer to the documentation for your WLAN access point for details on how to
configure and connect it.
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Configuration for making calls
Once connected to the SAILOR Fleet One through your external WLAN access point, your
smartphone can be set up to make and receive calls over the BGAN network using the
SAILOR Fleet One phone number. You can also make local calls to other phones connected to
the SAILOR Fleet One.
Note
Make sure your smartphone has an integrated SIP client. If you do not have a SIP
client, you can find SIP applications available for download on the Internet.
If it is the first time you connect your smartphone to the SAILOR Fleet One for making calls,
you must first set up the SIP server details in your smartphone. For information how, see the
user documentation for your smartphone and the SIP application. You may be asked to enter
some of the following details:
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SIP server address and port:
Default address: 192.168.0.1, Port: 5060
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User name:
Local no. in SAILOR Fleet One (0501 to 0504)
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Password:
Default the same as the user name. If you change it, remember to change it in the IP
handset settings of the SAILOR Fleet One web interface as well.
•
Codec priority:
Highest priority codec type: G.711
You must set up the user name and password in the web interface of the SAILOR Fleet One to
match the IP handset settings. See Connecting and configuring IP handsets or smartphones
on page 70.
Note
Every IP handset and smartphone connected to the SAILOR Fleet One must be set up
with a unique number (user name).
To make calls with your smartphone
Once you have connected the WLAN access point to the LAN interface of the
SAILOR Fleet One, configured the access point, and configured your SIP settings as described
in the previous section, all you have to do is start your SIP application on your smartphone.
You should now be ready to make and receive phone calls over the BGAN satellite network.
For details on how to make calls, see Phone calls on page 45.
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Connect an IP handset
Power supply (PoE)
The SAILOR Fleet One can provide power to your IP handset through the LAN interface, using
Power over Ethernet (PoE).
We recommend connecting your IP handset to LAN 1, because in case the power limit is
exceeded, LAN 2 is closed down first.
To connect the IP Handset from Cobham SATCOM
Note
By default, an IP Handset from Cobham SATCOM connected to the LAN interface on
the terminal is automatically registered in the terminal and assigned the first available
local number.
Connect your IP Handset to LAN 1 on the SAILOR Fleet One terminal. The IP Handset starts up
automatically when it is connected.
When the display shows
calls.
in the upper right corner, the IP Handset is ready for making
To connect a 3rd party IP handset
Connect the IP handset to LAN 1 on the SAILOR Fleet One terminal and set up the SIP server
details in your IP handset and the terminal’s built-in web interface as described in
Configuration for making calls on page 40.
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Connect an analogue phone
Connect your analogue phone to the Phone connector on the terminal using a standard phone
cable with an RJ-11 male connector.
Connect a computer
To connect to the LAN interface
For the LAN interface to work without any further setup, the connected computer must be set
up to obtain an IP address and a DNS server address automatically. If in doubt, check your
network connection settings on the computer.
Connect a LAN cable between your computer and one of the LAN connectors on the
SAILOR Fleet One terminal.
For information on how to access the Internet, see Connect to the Internet on page 44.
To connect through a wireless access point
The SAILOR Fleet One does not have a built-in wireless LAN (WLAN) access point. If you want
to use wireless devices with your SAILOR Fleet One you must connect an external WLAN
access point to the LAN interface as described in Wireless access point on page 39. Refer to
the documentation for your WLAN access point for details on configuration.
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Make a call
When the terminal is registered with the BGAN network you are ready to make or receive the
first call. The following sections provide a short guide to making calls. For more detailed
information, see Phone calls on page 45.
To make a call from the SAILOR Fleet One
To make a call from a phone connected to the terminal, dial
00 <country code> <phone number>
Example:To call Cobham SATCOM in Denmark (+45 39558800) from an analogue phone, dial
00 45 39558800
Note
If you are calling from an analogue phone, dial # after the number to activate the call.
To make a call to the SAILOR Fleet One
To make a call to a phone connected to the terminal, dial
+ <SAILOR Fleet One number>
•
+ is the international call prefix1 used in front of the country code for international calls.
•
SAILOR Fleet One number: The number of the SAILOR Fleet One terminal you are
calling. The first part of the number is always 870, which is the “country code” for the
BGAN system.
Example:If you are calling from Denmark and your SAILOR Fleet One number is
870772420567, dial 00 870 772420567.
If the SAILOR Fleet One number is listed in the web interface, you can look it up by selecting
PHONE BOOK > Mobile numbers. See Phone number of the SAILOR Fleet One on page 58.
If the numbers are not listed, refer to the documents provided with your airtime subscription.
1. The plus sign indicates the code required to dial out of one's country code area, such as 00 in
most of Europe, 011 in the United States, and other short codes in other parts of the world.
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Connect to the Internet
By default, the terminal does not automatically connect to the Internet when you connect
your computer or other equipment to the LAN interface. You must activate your connection
from the Dashboard in the web interface or from an IP Handset from Cobham SATCOM (if
available).
To access the Internet from a connected computer or wireless device, do as follows:
1. On the connected device, open your Internet browser.
2. Enter the IP address of your SAILOR Fleet One terminal. The default IP address is
192.168.0.1.
3. The built-in web interface of your SAILOR Fleet One terminal opens.
With the web interface you can set up and control the SAILOR Fleet One and see status
information.
4. At the top of the page, click the button Start data connection.
You should now have access to the Internet.
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If you want the terminal to automatically start a data connection on startup, you can
set it up in the web interface. See Set up the data connection on page 67. Be aware
of automatic updates on your connected device - the updates are made over the
satellite network, which will add to your airtime bill.
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This chapter describes the options for making calls and data connections using the
SAILOR Fleet One. It has the following sections:
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Phone calls
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Data connection
•
The built-in web interface
•
Dashboard
•
Phone book
•
Call log
•
SMS messages
•
SIM PIN
Phone calls
Connection options
You can choose from the following options for making phone calls with your
SAILOR Fleet One:
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Using a smartphone and an external WLAN access point connected to the LAN interface.
For connection and configuration, see Connect a smartphone on page 39.
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Using an analogue phone connected to the Phone interface.
•
Using an IP handset connected to the LAN interface. For connection and configuration,
see Connect an IP handset on page 41.
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To make or receive a phone call
To make a call from the SAILOR Fleet One
You have different options for making a call:
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Short Dial. If the number is in the phone book of the terminal, you can use the Short Dial
number, which is found in the first column of the phone book in the web interface. See
Short dial on page 58.
Dial 00 <Short Dial> followed by # or off-hook key.
Example: To call entry number 4 in the phone book,
dial 004 followed by # or off-hook key.
•
Manual Dial. To make a call, dial
00 <country code> <phone number> followed by # or off-hook key.
Example: To call Cobham SATCOM in Denmark (the number +45 39558800) from an
analogue phone, dial 00 45 39558800 #
•
Call from phone book or call log (only IP Handset from Cobham SATCOM).
• Enter the phone book of the IP Handset, scroll to the wanted number and press the offhook key, or
• press the off-hook key from the main screen to display the latest calls in the call log.
Then scroll to the wanted number and press the off-hook key again.
Note that this is the call log of the IP Handset, not of the terminal.
If there was an error establishing the connection, refer to the Troubleshooting guide on
page 126.
If you have the IP Handset from Cobham SATCOM, the handset may show an error message.
Depending on the type of error, the web interface may also show an error message. See Event
list or Event log on page 98.
Call log
Information of outgoing calls, received calls and missed calls is stored in the call log of the
terminal. You can see the call log in the web interface under CALLS. For further information,
see To see the Call log on page 59.
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To make a call to the SAILOR Fleet One
To make a call to a phone connected to the terminal, dial
+ <SAILOR Fleet One number>
•
+ is the international call prefix1 used in front of the country code for international calls.
•
SAILOR Fleet One number. The first part of the number is always 870, which is the
“country code” for the BGAN system. If the SAILOR Fleet One numbers are listed in the
web interface, you can look them up as follows:
Connect a computer, access the web interface and select PHONE BOOK > Mobile
numbers. For further information, see Phone number of the SAILOR Fleet One on
page 58.
If the SAILOR Fleet One numbers are not available in the web interface, refer to the documents
included with your airtime subscription.
To make local phone calls
You can make local calls between various phones connected to the terminal.
Local phone numbers always start with 0.
For an overview of the numbers assigned to each type of interface, see Local numbers and
special-purpose numbers in the next section.
To make a local call, dial <local number> followed by off-hook key (from IP handset or
smartphone) or # (from an analogue phone).
Example: To call a smartphone assigned the number 0502 and connected via a WLAN access
point to the LAN interface of the SAILOR Fleet One,
dial: 0502
1. The plus sign indicates the code required to dial out of one's country code area, such as 00 in
most of Europe, 011 in the United States, and other short codes in other parts of the world.
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Dialling functions
Local numbers and special-purpose numbers
There are a number of dialling functions available in the terminal. The following list shows the
allocated special-purpose numbers for the terminal.
Number
Function
0 * followed by # or off-hook key.
Redial last called number on this interface.
00 * followed by # or off-hook key.
Redial last answered call on this interface.
Note: If the last answered number is unlisted, you
are not allowed to dial back.
00 followed by one of the numbers 1- Short dial phone numbers in phone book.
199 and # or off-hook key.
0301 followed by # or off-hook key.
Local call to analogue phone.
0500 followed by # or off-hook key
Local call broadcast to all IP handsets.
0 followed by one of the numbers
501-504 and # or off-hook key.
Local call to IP handset
(or smartphone connected through a WLAN access
point)
Dialling prefixes
Apart from the numbers above, the terminal uses the following dialling prefixes:
•
#31# before the phone number will hide the caller’s phone number to the recipient.
•
*31# before the phone number will show the caller’s phone number to the recipient where
it would otherwise be hidden, e.g. because the number is an ex-directory number.
•
For analogue 2-wire telephones, use the R key during a call to get access to a
supplementary services function (such as Call hold and Call transfer).
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Data connection
Data connection types
There are different types of data connections from/to the SAILOR Fleet One:
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A user data connection for connecting your computer or other device to the Internet.
•
A connection for tracking your SAILOR Fleet One, that is for sending distance reports or
interval reports from the SAILOR Fleet One to a tracking server. See Track the
SAILOR Fleet One on page 87.
•
Two external data connections for use with 3rd party external equipment such as devices
for fishery reporting etc. See External data connections on page 85.
Optional:
Data connection
indicator lamp
I/O
LAN
External
application 1
Optional:
Data connection
control switch
External
application 2
User data
The data connections can be enabled/disabled using a switch connected to the I/O interface
(see To connect the data connection switch on page 32) or individually from the web
interface.
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Physical connection options
You can choose from the following options for connecting a computer to your
SAILOR Fleet One:
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Using an external WLAN access point connected to the LAN interface of the
SAILOR Fleet One terminal. For connection and configuration, see the documentation for
your WLAN access point.
•
Using an Ethernet cable to connect directly to the SAILOR Fleet One terminal.
See also LAN interface on page 26.
To access the Internet
To access the Internet over the BGAN satellite network, you must first start a data connection
on your SAILOR Fleet One. Do as follows:
1. On the connected device, open your Internet browser.
2. Enter the IP address of your SAILOR Fleet One terminal. The default IP address is
192.168.0.1.
3. The built-in web interface of your SAILOR Fleet One terminal opens.
With the web interface you can set up and control the SAILOR Fleet One and see status.
4. At the top of the page, click the button Start data connection.
You should now have access to the Internet.
Note
Using the web interface you can set up the terminal to automatically start a data
connection at startup. Set up the data connection on page 67
You can also connect a switch for disabling/enabling data connection. See To
connect the data connection status kit (optional) on page 32.
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The built-in web interface
The SAILOR Fleet One terminal has a built-in web interface, which is used for operating and
configuring the SAILOR Fleet One system.
Note
The Proxy server settings must be disabled in your browser before accessing the web
interface. Most browsers support disabling of the Proxy server settings for one
specific IP address, so you can disable Proxy server settings for the web interface
only, if you wish. Consult your browser help for information.
To access and navigate the web interface
To access the web interface
To access the web interface, do as follows:
1. Connect your computer to the terminal.
2. Start up the terminal.
For details, see Start up the SAILOR Fleet One on page 37.
3. Open your browser and enter http://ut.bgan or the IP address of the terminal in the
address bar.
If your connected computer is set up to obtain a DNS server address automatically, this
name is translated into the local IP address of the terminal. The default IP address of the
terminal is http://192.168.0.1.
The web interface opens with the Dashboard, or, if the SAILOR Fleet One terminal is waiting for
a PIN, it prompts you to enter the PIN (see SIM PIN on page 63.)
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Overview of the web interface
Below is an overview of the web interface.
Icon bar
Contents section
Signal
strength
Navigation
pane
•
The navigation pane holds the main menu. Clicking an item in the menu opens a submenu
in the navigation pane or a new page in the contents section.
•
The signal strength of the satellite signal is shown graphically.
•
The icon bar shows icons for new SMS messages and for active events, when relevant. For
explanations of the icons, see the next section, Icons in the icon bar.
•
The contents section shows the page selected in the navigation pane. This section is for
seeing or changing settings or for performing actions.
Icons in the icon bar:
The following icons may appear in the icon bar in the web interface:
Icon
Explanation
A new SMS message has arrived.
Click the icon to see new messages. For further information, see To see new
SMS messages on page 60
An event is active.
Click the icon to see a list of active events. For explanations of the event
messages, see List of events on page 98.
Note that this icon will remain in the icon bar as long as the event is still
active
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To navigate the web interface
•
To expand a menu, click the menu in the navigation pane.
•
To access status and settings, click the relevant subject in the navigation pane or click
the relevant icon in the icon bar. The status or settings are displayed in the contents
section.
•
To see the site map, click SITE MAP in the navigation pane. The site map lists all topics
and submenus. Click on items in the site map to go directly to the relevant location.
To change the language in the web interface
The default language of the web interface is English.
You can change the language to French, German, Russian,
Spanish, Mandarin (Chinese) or Japanese.
To change the language, do as follows:
1. Select SETTINGS > Language.
2. Select a language from the list.
3. Click Apply.
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Dashboard
The Dashboard is used for control and inspection of ongoing communication and for seeing
properties and status of the terminal and antenna.
For information on how to start or stop your data sessions from the Dashboard, see Connect
to the Internet on page 44.
Properties
The PROPERTIES section of the DASHBOARD shows the following information:
•
Airtime provider. The name of your airtime provider.
•
GPS position. The GPS position of your SAILOR Fleet One System.
•
Status. The status of the SAILOR Fleet One System. The status can be one of the
following:
Displayed text Meaning
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The terminal has instructed the antenna to scan for a BGAN signal.
(The antenna status will show “Sky scan”)
Searching
The antenna has found a BGAN signal and the terminal is searching
for a BGAN network in order to perform a registration. (The antenna
status will show “Tracking”)
Registering
The terminal is trying to register with the Satellite Access Station
(SAS).
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Displayed text Meaning
Ready
The terminal has registered and connected to the SAS and is ready to
accept a service request (a call or a data session).
Data active
The terminal has established a call or a data session through the
BGAN network.
No GPS fix
The GPS receiver has not yet achieved position fix. It may take some
time to achieve GPS fix depending on a number of conditions. First of
all, the antenna should have an unblocked view to as much of the sky
as possible.
The terminal will not be able to register with the SAS without a GPS
fix.
Not registered
The terminal has not been able to register with the BGAN network
•
Satellite selection. The satellite selected for logon. For further information, see Select a
preferred satellite on page 73.
•
Current satellite. The satellite to which the system is currently logged on.
•
Unit serial number. The serial number of the terminal.
•
Software version. The version of the software embedded in the terminal.
•
Local IP address. The local IP address of the terminal. This is the IP address used to
access the terminal from a device connected to the terminal.
•
IMEI number. The IMEI number (International Mobile Equipment Identity) of the
terminal. This is a unique number that identifies your terminal.
•
Antenna status. The status of the antenna.
The antenna status can be:
Displayed text Meaning
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The antenna is searching for the BGAN signal.
Tracking
The antenna has found and locked to the BGAN signal. The antenna is
now tracking the BGAN signal.
No antenna
No known antenna is detected by the terminal.
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To see information on calls and data connections
The following sections in the Dashboard show information on calls and data sessions.
Note
The counters for calls and data sessions are only intended as a guide and cannot be
used for direct comparison with your airtime bill.
•
ONGOING CALLS is a list of calls that are currently active. The list shows the call type and
the time connected for each call.
•
ONGOING DATA SESSIONS is a list of data connections that are currently active,
including the external IP address that is assigned to each connection.
•
SESSIONS TOTAL lists the totals for each connection. The list shows the time connected
(hh:mm:ss) for voice and MB transferred for data.
The counters show totals for connections since the counters were last cleared. For information
on how to clear the counters, see Log handling on page 79.
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Phone book
In the phone book you can:
•
Look up phone numbers
•
Look up short dial numbers for easy dialling from a handset
•
Change, delete or add new names and phone numbers.
Note
If you are using an IP Handset from Cobham SATCOM with the terminal, the contacts
from this terminal phone book are included (read only) in your handset phone book.
To access the phone book
To access the phone book, select PHONE BOOK from the left navigation pane.
To sort the phone book, click the title of the column you wish to sort by. For example, to sort
by the names in the phone book alphabetically, click on Name in the top row of the phone
book.
The phone book holds 199 entries divided into subpages. To select the subpages you want,
click the relevant link at the bottom of the page.
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Short dial
The entry number in the phone book is the Short dial number. When making a call from the
terminal you can use this number instead of dialling the entire phone number.
Dial 00 <short dial> followed by # or off-hook key.
Example:To call the third entry in the phone book from an analogue phone, take the phone
off hook and dial 003 #.
To edit the phone book
•
To add a new contact:
Click New in the right column, type in the name and phone number and click Save entry.
•
To change the details for a contact:
Click Edit next to the contact you want to edit, change the name or number as needed
and click Save entry.
•
To delete a contact:
Click Delete next to the contact you want to delete.
•
To delete all contacts in the phone book:
At the bottom of the page, click Delete all entries in phone book.
Phone number of the SAILOR Fleet One
Note
The phone number of your SAILOR Fleet One is not listed at delivery. The user must
enter the number received from the airtime provider.
•
To see the phone number, select PHONE BOOK > Mobile numbers from the left
navigation pane.
•
To enter or edit the phone number, click Edit at the bottom of the page, type in the
number received from your airtime provider and click OK.
The number is now stored in the SAILOR Fleet One terminal for future reference.
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Call log
Note
If power to the system is interrupted, the information on the currently ongoing calls
(connection time) and data sessions (transferred data) cannot be saved. This could
mean that the airtime and bandwidth usage registered in the Call log will be
inaccurate and there is a risk of being charged for more airtime than registered in the
web interface.
To use the Call log, select CALLS from the left navigation pane.
The CALLS page shows information on total usage for phone calls (time connected).
To export the Call log
You can export the Call log file and save it on your computer for archiving, surveillance or other
tracking purposes. The call log holds information on calls and data sessions since the call log
was last cleared. For details how to see the Call log, see the next section.
To export the entire call log to a file, click the link Export call log to file, browse to the
location where you want to save the log and click OK.
To see the Call log
To see information on outgoing, received or missed calls or data sessions, select one of the
following lists from the left navigation pane in the CALLS page:
•
Outgoing calls shows the start time, receiving end phone number, duration, type and
estimated charge of each outgoing call.
•
Received calls shows the start time, calling phone number, duration and type of each
incoming call.
•
Missed calls shows the start time, calling phone number and type of each incoming call
that was not received.
•
Data sessions shows the start time, bytes in, bytes out and estimated charge of each
data connection.
Date and time is the international UTC time, received from the satellite.
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SMS messages
To see new SMS messages
When a new message has arrived, the icon bar at the top of the web interface shows an
unopened envelope. Click the envelope to see the new message(s) or click MESSAGES from
the left navigation pane. Click a message to read it.
Note
When you have received 100 messages, you must delete some of them in order to
free space for new messages. Otherwise, the new messages are rejected.
From the MESSAGES page you can Archive, Reply or Forward messages. Archive moves
the message to the Inbox.
To archive all new messages, click Move all new messages to Inbox.
Note
The Inbox does not contain new messages, but only messages that you have archived
from the MESSAGES page.
To send an SMS message
Do as follows
1. Click MESSAGES from the left navigation pane.
This page contains new incoming messages.
2. In the left navigation pane, click Write message.
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3. Type in the message in the Write new message field.
If the message text is too long for one SMS, the message is sent as two or more SMS
messages. The field below the message field shows the number of SMS messages used to
send the message.
4. Type in the phone number in the Recipient field.
Remember 00 and country code (e.g. 00 45 for Denmark or 00 1 for USA).
5. Select whether or not you want Delivery notification for this SMS message.
If you click Yes, the Status column in the Sent folder will show the status of your message
when it has been sent.
You can set up delivery notification generally for all SMS messages. This setting is used by
default when you send a message. For further information, see Configuring message
settings on page 63.
6. Click Send.
The message is now sent and moved to the Sent folder.
To send an SMS message to the SAILOR Fleet One
To send an SMS to the SAILOR Fleet One, dial + <SAILOR Fleet One phone number>
Inbox, Outbox and Sent messages
•
The Inbox contains incoming messages that have been read and moved from the
MESSAGES page (see the previous page).
•
The Outbox contains messages that have not been sent, e.g. because the terminal was not
online when you attempted to send the messages.
•
The Sent page contains messages that have been sent.
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To configure message settings
To set up the default message options
You can set up general options for your outgoing messages. These settings apply by default to
all your outgoing messages. Note, however, that you can change the Delivery notification
setting for an individual message. For further information, see To send an SMS message on
page 60.
Do as follows:
1. Select MESSAGES > Message settings from the left navigation pane.
2. If you want to include the original message when you reply, select Yes next to Include
message in reply.
3. Select whether or not you want Delivery notification for SMS messages.
If you click Yes, the Status column in the Sent folder will show the status of your message
when it has been sent.
4. Click Apply.
SMS service center
The SMS service center number identifies the SMS service centre used when sending and
receiving SMS messages. The SMS service centre number is stored on the SIM card.
Click Edit next to the number to change it. The SMS service centre number is supplied by your
airtime provider.
Voice mail number
The Voice mail number is the number you call to hear your incoming voice mail.
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SIM PIN
Do you need a SIM PIN?
Note
You may not have to enter a SIM PIN to access the terminal. This depends on
whether or not the use of a SIM PIN is enabled on your SIM card.
The administrator can enable and disable the use of a SIM PIN. For details, see To
enable or disable the use of a PIN on page 80.
If a computer is connected when you start up the terminal, you can access the web interface
and enter the SIM PIN here.
To enter the SIM PIN
If your SIM card requires a PIN, and the PIN has not yet been entered, you must enter it. Until
you have entered the PIN you can only upload software and see the DASHBOARD. Access to all
other parts of the web interface and to the satellite network requires a PIN. You have the
following options:
•
Access the web interface and enter the PIN there.
•
Use an analogue phone connected to the terminal.
•
Use an IP Handset from Cobham SATCOM
Note
Using the web interface with an administrator user name and password you can
change the PIN and enable or disable the use of a PIN. For further information, see
Configure the SIM PIN on page 80
To enter the PIN using the web interface
To enter the PIN in the web interface, do as follows:
1. On a computer connected to the terminal, open your browser and enter http://ut.bgan or
the IP address of the terminal in the address bar
(default IP address: http://192.168.0.1).
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If your SIM card uses a PIN and the PIN has not yet been entered, the web interface will
open on the PIN page.
2. Type in the PIN and click OK.
When the PIN is accepted, the web interface opens the Dashboard and is ready for use. If
the PIN is not accepted, see Wrong PIN on page 65.
To enter the PIN using an analogue phone
With an analogue phone connected to the terminal, do as follows:
1. Pick up the phone. When the terminal is waiting for a PIN, you will hear 2 beeps - pause - 2
beeps - etc.
2. Dial <PIN> followed by #.
When you hear a “busy” tone or a dialling tone, the PIN has been accepted and you can hang
up or dial a number. If you do not hear a “busy” or dialling tone, you may have entered a wrong
PIN. See Wrong PIN below.
To enter the PIN using the IP Handset from Cobham SATCOM
With an IP Handset connected to the terminal, do as follows:
1. From the handset display, select Menu.
2. Select BGAN > Enter PIN.
Note
The menu item “Enter PIN” is only available when the terminal is waiting for a PIN.
3. Enter the administrator user name and password for the terminal.
Default user name: admin and password: 1234.
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4. Enter the PIN.
When the display shows the handset ready symbol
is ready for making a call.
in the upper right corner, the handset
Wrong PIN
After having entered the user name and password for the terminal you have 3 attempts to
enter the SIM PIN, before you are asked to enter the PUK (Pin Unblocking Key). The PUK is
supplied with the SIM card for your terminal.
Enter the PUK followed by a new PIN of your own choice. The PIN must be from 4 to 8 digits
long. If you enter a wrong PUK 10 times, the SIM card will no longer be functional, and you
have to contact your airtime provider for a new SIM card.
Analogue phone:
If, instead of the busy tone or dialling tone, you continue to hear 2 beeps - pause - 2 beeps etc., it means the SIM PIN was not accepted. Check that you have the correct PIN and try
again.
If a wrong PIN has been entered three times in the terminal, you will hear 3 beeps - pause - 3
beeps - etc. This means you have to enter the PUK (PIN Unblocking Key) provided with your
SIM card.
After entering the PUK, you must enter a new PIN of your own choice (4 to 8 digits long).
Dial the following:
<PUK> * <New PIN> * <New PIN> #
Example:If the PUK is 87654321 and the new PIN is 1234, dial
87654321 * 1234 * 1234 #
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This chapter describes how to configure the SAILOR Fleet One. using the web interface. It has
the following sections:
•
Set up the data connection
•
Set up the interfaces
•
Select a preferred satellite
•
Log on as administrator
•
Save or load a configuration
•
Call charges
•
Log handling
•
Data limits
•
Configure the SIM PIN
•
Set up user permissions
•
Restricted dialling
•
External data connections
•
Track the SAILOR Fleet One
•
Antenna RF noise filter
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Set up the data connection
To set up your data connection, do as follows:
1. From the SETTINGS page, select Data connection.
2. At Data connection select Enabled or Disabled.
• If you select Enabled, you can start a user data connection, either automatically or
manually (see next step).
• If you select Disabled, you are not allowed to start user data connections on the BGAN
network. However, you may still use the tracking function or an external data
connection if enabled. See External data connections on page 85 or Track the
SAILOR Fleet One on page 87.
3. At Automatic activation, select Enabled or Disabled.
• If you select Enabled, the terminal automatically starts a data connection.
• If you select Disabled, you must start a data connection manually from the Dashboard.
4. Select the source of the APN (Access Point Name).
There are two options for setting the APN. Unless you have special requirements, it is
recommended to use the SIM default. You have the following options:
• SIM default. The APN is taken from the SIM card.
• User defined. Type in the APN. APNs are provided from the airtime provider.
5. If your APN uses a password, type in the user name and password provided from the
airtime provider.
Note
If you are going to use a static IP address from your SIM card, the user name and
password are mandatory!
6. Click Apply.
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Set up the interfaces
To configure the LAN interface
In the web interface you can set up the IP addressing between the terminal and devices
connected to the terminal. The terminal has a built-in DHCP server, which is used to
dynamically assign IP addresses to devices connected to the terminal.
You can also set up the local IP address used by the connected devices to access the terminal.
The drawing below shows the default setup.
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To change the LAN settings, do as follows:
1. Select SETTINGS > LAN.
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2. At DHCP status, select Enabled (recommended for most purposes), or Disabled.
• If you select Enabled, the terminal assigns dynamic IP addresses to devices connected
to the terminal.
• If you select Disabled, you need to set up a static IP address in the connected device.
Note
A number of IP subnets cannot be used in connected devices because they are
reserved for internal use in the terminal. See List of reserved subnets on
page 109.
3. If you want to change the Local IP address and the Netmask of the terminal, type in
the new address and netmask.
The Local IP address is the IP address of the terminal. It is used for accessing the web
interface. By default, the address is 192.168.0.1 and the netmask is 255.255.255.0.
4. Click Apply.
To manage IP handsets and smartphones
You may connect your IP handsets directly to the LAN interfaces or use a PoE switch to
connect more handsets. You may also connect a smartphone via a WLAN access point
connected to the LAN interface. The SAILOR Fleet One terminal supports connection of up to
4 handsets or smartphones through the LAN interface.
Each handset or smartphone must have a unique local number in the range 0501 to 0504 as
well as a unique password. By default, a handset number is automatically assigned when an IP
Handset from Cobham SATCOM is connected. For other IP handsets, or if you want to change
the password for the handset, see the next section Connecting and configuring IP handsets
or smartphones.
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For IP Handsets from Cobham SATCOM: The IP Handset with the local number 0501
is the master IP Handset. This means you can start/stop data connections from the
terminal with this IP Handset, if the function is allowed in the User permissions page.
See Set up user permissions on page 82.
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Connecting and configuring IP handsets or smartphones
Note
An IP Handset from Cobham SATCOM that is connected to the LAN interface on the
terminal is by default automatically registered in the terminal and assigned the first
available local number and a password, which is the same number as the local number.
Do as follows:
1. Connect the IP handset to one of the LAN ports of the terminal, or connect your
smartphone to a WLAN access point connected to the LAN interface.
If it is an IP Handset from Cobham SATCOM, the IP Handset starts up and is automatically
registered and assigned the first available number.
2. In the web interface, select SETTINGS > IP handsets.
3. If you want to change the password, click Edit next to the number you want to use.
4. Enter the password you want for your IP handset.
Note
The IP Handset from Cobham SATCOM only supports numbers (no letters) in the
password.
5. In the IP handset, enter the local number and the password you just entered in the web
interface.
IP Handset from Cobham SATCOM
1. In the IP Handset, enter the menu system (select
Menu) and select SIP to get the list of profiles.
2. Select the BGAN profile and select Options (left
softkey).
Other IP handsets or
smartphone
Refer to the manufacturer
documentation. See also
Configuration for making
calls on page 40.
3. Select Edit/View and change the user name and
password.
Note that the user name is also the local number for
the IP Handset.
The handset should now be connected to the SAILOR Fleet One.
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The handset remains in the list after disconnecting. When the handset is connected again, it is
automatically recognized and ready for use.
For IP Handsets from Cobham SATCOM: When the terminal and the handset have
recognized each other, a Configure link appears next to the IP Handset in the list. Click this
link to access the built-in web interface of the IP Handset. For further information, refer to the
user manual for the IP Handset.
Enabling or disabling incoming calls to IP handsets or smartphones
In the Call settings page you can enable or disable incoming calls and see whether Restricted
dialling is enabled for that number. Do as follows:
1. Select SETTINGS > IP handsets > Call settings.
2. For each handset, select whether or not you want to receive incoming calls.
3. Click Apply.
This page also shows whether or not Restricted dialing is enabled. For details on Restricted
dialling, see Restricted dialling on page 83.
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To configure the I/O interface
The terminal has an I/O connector with 5 configurable inputs/outputs. For details on their
functions and how to connect, see I/O interface on page 28.
To change the configuration of the I/O pins, do as follows:
1. Select SETTINGS > I/O connector.
2. For each pin you want to use, select Enabled.
3. For each pin, select the function of the pin. Refer to I/O pin functions on page 29.
4. If you are using the Ignition function and you want the terminal to stay on for a few
minutes after the Ignition is switched off, enter the number of minutes under DELAYED
SHUTDOWN.
For further information on the Ignition function, see Ignition system on page 38.
5. Click Apply.
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Select a preferred satellite
By default the terminal is set up to automatically find the most appropriate satellite to connect
to (“Auto” mode). However, if you are located in an area with more than one BGAN satellite
available, you can select the satellite you prefer to use when registering on the BGAN network.
Do as follows:
1. Select SETTINGS > Satellite selection from the left navigation pane.
2. Select the satellite you prefer to use.
If you select Auto (the default setting) the SAILOR Fleet One system automatically uses
the most appropriate satellite.
Important
If you have any ongoing calls or data sessions, they will be terminated when
you click Apply!
3. Click Apply.
The SAILOR Fleet One terminates all ongoing connections and deregisters from the
current satellite before registering on the new satellite.
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register on the selected satellite. This means that if the antenna is outside the
coverage area for that satellite, the SAILOR Fleet One will not be able to register with
the BGAN network.
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Log on as administrator
The settings under Administration are password protected. Once you have entered the
administrator user name and password you have access to all settings.
If you have not entered anything for 30 minutes, you are logged off automatically.
To log on
To log on, do as follows:
1. Select ADMINISTRATION from the left navigation pane.
2. Enter the Administration user name and password.
The default user name is admin and the default password is 1234.
If you have forgotten the administrator password, you can reset the password by clicking
the link at the bottom of the page. For further information, see the next section To reset
the administrator password on page 75. The old user name and password will apply until
you have finished the reset procedure.
3. Click Logon.
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The ADMINISTRATION page is now updated to let you change the user name and
password, Save/load a configuration or log off.
A number of subpages are now available under ADMINISTRATION.
To reset the administrator password
If you have forgotten the administrator password, do as follows:
1. Contact your supplier for a reset code.
Please report the serial number and IMEI number of the terminal.
You can find the serial number and IMEI number in the Dashboard.
2. Click the link Forgot administrator password? at the bottom of the
ADMINISTRATOR LOGON page (see the previous section).
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3. Type in the reset code obtained from your supplier and click Reset.
4. Type in the user name admin and the default password 1234.
5. Click Logon.
6. For information on how to change the password, see the next section To change the
administrator password on page 76.
To change the administrator password
To change the administrator password, do as follows:
1. After entering the administrator user name and password in the ADMINISTRATION
page, locate the section Change administrator logon.
2. Type in the existing user name.
3. Type in the new password and retype it on the next line.
4. Click Change.
At the next logon the new password is required.
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Save or load a configuration
To save the current configuration to a file
If you need to reuse a configuration in another SAILOR Fleet One terminal, you can save your
current configuration to a file, which can then be loaded into the other terminal.
Note
Configuration files can only be exchanged between terminals with the same software
version!
To save your current configuration to a file, do as follows:
1. In the ADMINISTRATION page, under Configuration, click Save.
2. Accept the default destination file name or type in the destination file name and location.
3. Click OK.
The configuration is now saved to a file. This file is used to load the configuration into another
terminal. See the next section.
To load a configuration from a file
To load a configuration from a file into the SAILOR Fleet One terminal, do as follows:
1. In the ADMINISTRATION page, under Configuration, click Load.
2. Click Browse... to browse to the file you want to import. Then click Open.
3. Click Load.
The new configuration is now loaded into your terminal.
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Call charges
If you know the tariff for your subscribed services, you can enter these tariffs in the web
interface and automatically calculate the charges for your calls and data sessions.
To enter the call tariffs, do as follows:
1. From the left navigation pane, select ADMINISTRATION > Call Charges.
2. Select the currency from the Currency drop-down list.
3. Enter the tariff for each of the services.
4. Click Apply.
5. The entered tariffs are used for estimating the charges for calls and data sessions. The
estimated charge is listed for each call or data session in the call log. For further
information, see To see the Call log on page 59.
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Log handling
To clear the logs of the terminal and/or reset the counters for the time connected, do as
follows:
1. From the left navigation pane in the ADMINISTRATION page, select Log Handling.
2. To clear the Call log, click OK next to Clear call log?.
3. To clear the total counters, click OK next to Clear total counters?.
This will reset the Time connected counters on the Calls page.
Data limits
You can set a limit for the use of data services with the SAILOR Fleet One system by specifying
a maximum number of MB for the data connection.
Once the entered limit is reached, the connection is automatically stopped. This is recorded in
the menu CALLS containing a call log in which you can see information on data sessions. To
continue using the data services you must start a new connection by clicking the button Start
data connection on the Dashboard.
Note
If you set a data limit for the data connection, automatic activation of the data
connection is disabled.
To set data limits, do as follows:
1. From the left navigation pane in the ADMINISTRATION page, select Data limits.
2. Select Close after to close automatically after a fixed amount of data.
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3. Type in the number of mega bytes (MB) allowed.
4. Click Apply to save the settings.
If you have entered the call charges in the menu Call charges, the system automatically
calculates and displays the maximum charges for your data sessions.
Note
Cobham SATCOM does not take responsibility for the correctness of the estimated
charges. This calculation is only an estimate of the charge, based on the tariff entered
by the user. The airtime provider may have different methods of calculating the
charge.
Configure the SIM PIN
To enable or disable the use of a PIN
The administrator can choose whether or not to protect the terminal and SIM card with a SIM
PIN. To enable or disable the use of a PIN, do as follows:
1. Select ADMINISTRATION > SIM PIN.
2. Under REQUIRE PIN select Enabled or Disabled.
• If you select Disabled you can access and use the terminal without entering a PIN.
• If you select Enabled you must enter a PIN before you can change settings or make
calls or data sessions.
3. Click Apply.
The new PIN settings will take effect at next power on.
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To change the PIN
To change the PIN used to access the terminal, do as follows:
1. Select ADMINISTRATION > SIM PIN.
2. Under CHANGE PIN type in the Old PIN.
3. Type in the New PIN and retype it on the next line.
4. Click Apply.
The new PIN settings will take effect at next power on.
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Set up user permissions
You can allow or deny users who are not administrators access to certain functions and make
these pages read-only. This is useful if you want to protect the system against unintended
changes. Study this screen thoroughly and decide to which areas of the system you want to
give non-administrator users access. To set up the user permissions, do as follows:
1. From the left navigation pane, select ADMINISTRATION > User permissions.
2. For each item under ALLOW USERS TO:, select
• yes to allow access or
• no to block access to the settings.
Change general settings means change the selection of satellite.
Control connections from IP handsets means to start/stop data sessions using the IP
Handset from Cobham SATCOM (master handset with the number 0501).
3. At ALLOW AT COMMANDS ON:, select
• yes to allow the use of AT commands on the LAN interface, or
• no to block the use of AT commands on the LAN interface.
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AT commands are low-level commands used to control modems, in this case the
SAILOR Fleet One terminal. They are typically used during service and maintenance or
when troubleshooting the terminal.
4. Click Apply.
The settings to which access is denied are now greyed out for the non-administrator user.
Restricted dialling
In order to manage the use of the system efficiently you can set up the terminal to limit all
calls to allowed numbers or numbers in the phone book. This feature can be enabled for each
connected handset separately. Each handset has its own local number.
To set up the terminal for restricted dialing, do as follows:
1. From the left navigation pane, select ADMINISTRATION > Restricted dialing.
2. Select whether restricted dialing should be Enabled or Disabled.
3. Type in the allowed numbers or masks in the entry fields.
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The numbers or masks must be max. 32 digits and may start with +. No other special
characters are allowed. A mask is the first part of a phone number, and it covers all
numbers that start with that first part. See the example below.
Mask
Numbers accepted
00453955880
004539558800 to 004539558809
+45395588
004539558800 to 004539558899
4. Select whether outgoing calls should be limited to the numbers in the terminal phone book
(Enabled) or not (Disabled).
5. Check which local numbers are available in your system. Then select for which local
numbers you want to enable the restriction.
6. Click Apply to apply the new settings.
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External data connections
You can connect external devices e.g. for fishery reporting. These external devices
communicate with the SAILOR Fleet One using PPPoE or AT commands through the LAN
interface.
Ext. data 1
LAN
Ext. data 2
You can have two external data connections. To set up the data connections, do as follows
(the procedure is the same for Ext. data connection 1 and 2):
1. From the left navigation pane, select ADMINISTRATION > Ext. data connection 1.
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2. Select Enabled to enable the use of this external data connection.
If you select Disabled, this data connection cannot be used.
3. If you have installed a data connection switch, select Yes or No next to I/O control.
• Select Yes if you want this external data connection to follow the setting of the data
control switch, that is when the data control switch disables data, this external data
connection is also disabled.
• Select No if you want this external data connection to be independent of the data
control switch.
For details on the use of a data connection switch, see To connect the data connection
status kit (optional) on page 32.
4. Type in the MAC address of the equipment used for the external data connection.
The data connection is now locked to this MAC address and cannot be used with any other
equipment.
5. Click Apply.
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Track the SAILOR Fleet One
The SAILOR Fleet One system can be used for tracking purposes. You can set up the terminal to
report to a server at certain time intervals or after moving a specified distance.
To use the tracking feature you must either set up a tracking server or get a tracking solution
from your service provider. The SAILOR Fleet One system must be set up to match this server.
Once set up on both sides, the SAILOR Fleet One system will send position reports to the server
as specified.
To set up tracking, do as follows:
1. Select ADMINISTRATION > Tracking.
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2. If you have installed a data connection switch, select Yes or No next to I/O control.
• Select Yes if you want the tracking function to follow the setting of the data control
switch, that is when the data control switch disables data, tracking is also disabled.
• Select No if you want the tracking function to be independent of the data control
switch.
For details on the use of a data connection switch, see To connect the data connection
status kit (optional) on page 32.
3. Type in the Server IP address, Server port, Client port and Encryption key for your
server connection.
• IP address. The IP address of the server that the SAILOR Fleet One will report to.
• Server port. Port number on the server. Default number is 7474.
• Client port. Port number on the SAILOR Fleet One terminal. Default number is 7475.
• Encryption key. A supplied 128 bit key which must match on both the client and
server side.
4. To allow remote control of the tracking settings from the tracking server, select Yes at
Allow remote control.
This means the SAILOR Fleet One terminal will accept commands from the specified
tracking server, for example to change reporting intervals or start/stop reporting.
5. Select the APN to use for Tracking. You have the following options:
• SIM default. The APN is taken from the SIM card. This is the recommended option,
unless you have special requirements.
• User defined. Type in the APN. APNs are provided from the Airtime Provider.
6. Under Position reports, select the report type you want to use.
• Compressed. Only latitude and longitude are reported.
• Extended. Apart from latitude and longitude, heading and altitude are also included.
• ECEF. The same information as Extended, but position and speed data are 3D (ECEF
coordinates).
7. Under Interval report, select Enabled or Disabled and type in the interval between the
reports.
8. Under Distance report, select Enabled or Disabled and type in the following:
• When moved. Enter the distance the vessel should be moved before sending a report.
• Max one report per. Enter the minimum time that should pass between two reports.
Example: The distance is set to 1000 m and the time is set to 15 minutes. The
SAILOR Fleet One system has moved 1000 m since last report, but only 10
minutes have passed. A report will not be sent until the 15 minutes have
passed.
9. Click Apply.
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Antenna RF noise filter
The SAILOR Fleet One system has a built-in filter that makes it resilient to interference from
terrestrial mobile systems that operate inside the Inmarsat band and that may be located near
the coast.
Note
We recommend leaving this setting as is (Auto). By default, the filter is automatically
activated when the SAILOR Fleet One system is subjected to interference.
To set up the Antenna RF noise filter, do as follows:
1. From the left navigation pane, select ADMINISTRATION > Antenna RF noise filter.
2. Select Auto, On or Off.
• Auto. The filter is automatically activated when the SAILOR Fleet One is subjected to
interference from terrestrial mobile systems.
• On. The filter is always active.
• Off. The filter is never active.
3. Click Apply.
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6
This chapter gives guidelines for troubleshooting and provides an overview of the different
means of status signalling. It has the following sections:
•
Get support
•
Update software
•
Part numbers
•
Troubleshooting guide
•
Status signalling
•
Generate a diagnostic report
•
Event messages
•
Reset button
•
List of reserved subnets
•
Extended status
•
Antenna properties
•
Self test
Get support
If this manual does not provide the remedies to solve your problem, you may want to contact
your Airtime Provider or your local distributor.
Lists of certified partners and distributors are available on www.cobham.com/SATCOM. Select
Service and Support from the top menu bar and then AVIATOR, EXPLORER, SAILOR
Service and Support. Then select one of the dealers or partners lists shown.
You can enter the contact details for your dealer or airtime provider in the Help desk in the web
interface for future reference.
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Update software
The next pages describe how to upload software from your computer to the terminal and how
to download the latest software version from the Internet to your computer.
You can upload software from your computer to the terminal without entering the PIN.
However, if your SIM card requires a PIN and the PIN is not entered, you must enter the
Administration user name and password.
To upload software from your computer
To upload software from your computer to the terminal, do as follows:
1. Download the new software as described in the next section, or acquire the software from
Cobham SATCOM and save it on your computer.
2. Open the web interface and do one of the following:
•
If the PIN has been accepted (or a PIN is not required), select SETTINGS > Upload from
the left navigation pane.
•
If a PIN is required and the PIN has not been entered:
a. Select ADMINISTRATION
b. Enter the Administration PIN and password and click Logon.
The default user name is admin and the default password is 1234.
c. Select Upload from the left navigation pane.
The UPLOAD page opens.
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3. In the field UPLOAD SOFTWARE TO TERMINAL, click Browse...
4. Browse to the new software version and accept it.
5. Click the Upload button.
Note that the upload procedure takes a couple of minutes.
Note
When upload is done, your terminal automatically restarts with the new software.
To download software from the Internet
Important
The terminal uses your BGAN airtime subscription to download the new software
from the Internet. Note that it can take several minutes to download the
software.
If you don’t want to use airtime you can acquire the software from Cobham
SATCOM, save it on your computer and then connect the computer to the
terminal.
To download the latest software from the Internet to the terminal, do as follows:
1. Make sure you have a connection to the Internet from your terminal.
2. Open the web interface and select SETTINGS > Upload from the left navigation pane.
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3. Click Check for updates.
The terminal will now connect to the Internet through the BGAN network, using your
airtime subscription. It may take a minute or two to obtain the new software version.
When the new software version is found, the web interface shows the new software
version and a link for downloading the software.
4. Click the link to download the new software to your computer.
After saving the software, follow the procedure in the previous section (To upload
software from your computer) to upload the software from the computer to your
terminal.
Part numbers
System units
SAILOR Fleet One system
Item
Part number
SAILOR Fleet One antenna
403050C-00581
SAILOR Fleet One terminal
403739A-00581
IP Handset, wired
Item
Part number
IP Handset, wired
403672A
IP Cradle, wired
403674A
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Troubleshooting guide
The below table provides information on some of the problems that might occur, including
possible causes and remedies to solve the problems.
Problem
Possible cause
No signal or weak signal The view to the satellite is
from the BGAN satellite. blocked.
The antenna cable is not
properly connected.
Remedy
Make sure the antenna has a clear
view in all directions. See the
installation manual for details.
Check that both ends of the cable
are connected properly according to
the guidelines in the Installation
manual.
Also check that no connectors are
damaged.
Connection to the
Internet cannot be
established.
The system is set up to use
one specific satellite, but
the system is outside
coverage from that satellite.
Enter the web interface. Select
SETTINGS > Satellite selection.
Select Auto and click Apply.
Data connection may not
be enabled.
Make sure that you have enabled
data connection under SETTINGS
> Data connection.
The system will now search for the
satellite with the strongest signal
and attempt to connect.
If you have a data control switch
installed, make sure it is in the
“enabled” position. For details, see
To connect the data connection
switch on page 32.
The web interface
cannot be accessed.
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The browser is configured
to use a proxy server.
In your browser, under your Internet
connection settings, select NOT to
use a proxy server for your LAN.
You have entered a wrong
IP address.
Check the IP address and re-enter it.
If you do not have the correct IP
address, you can set the IP address
temporarily to the default address
(192.168.0.1) by pressing the Reset
button. See Reset button on
page 107.
You are connected using
VPN
Close your VPN connection.
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Problem
A Phone connection
cannot be established.
A LAN connection
cannot be established.
Possible cause
Remedy
The cable is not properly
connected.
Connect the cable.
The cable type or
connector type is not
correct.
For information on the correct type
of connector and cable, refer to
Phone interface on page 25.
The cable is not properly
connected.
Connect the cable.
The cable type or
connector type is not
correct.
For information on the correct type
of connector and cable, refer to the
installation manual.
The connected equipment
is set up to use a static IP
address and
Do one of the following:
1. the IP address is
reserved for internal
use in the terminal, or
1. Change the IP address of the
connected equipment to an IP
address that is not reserved. See
List of reserved subnets on
2. the terminal is set up to
page 109.
assign a dynamic IP
address to the
2. Set up the equipment to use a
equipment.
dynamic IP address, or disable
DHCP in the terminal. See To
configure the LAN interface on
page 68.
An IP handset
connection cannot be
established.
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The cable is not properly
connected.
Connect the cable.
There is no power (PoE) in
the LAN interface. The
reason may be that there is
not enough power to
supply PoE for the LAN
interface.
Check that the input voltage is
within the specified range
(10.5 - 32 V DC; 11.5 A - 4 A).
Check that you do not have too
many power-consuming devices
connected. The maximum available
output power on the LAN (PoE)
interface is 32 W.
If possible, disconnect other
connected devices.
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Problem
The administrator
password does not
work.
Possible cause
Remedy
Someone has changed the
administrator password.
If the correct password is not found,
you must reset the password.
Contact your supplier for a reset
code. You must provide the serial
number and IMEI number of the
terminal. Then enter the web
interface and reset the password as
described in: To reset the
administrator password on page 75.
Status signalling
The terminal has different means of status signalling, to help you find the cause of a problem:
•
Indicators.
•
Event messages.
•
Event log.
Indicators, event messages and logs are described in the following sections.
Power indicator
The SAILOR Fleet One terminal has one LED indicator.
Functions of the Power indicator.
LED status
Meaning
Off
Unit is off
On, green
Unit is on, normal operation
Flash pattern, green
Starting up
Flash pattern, orange
Shutting down
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Generate a diagnostic report
The diagnostic report contains relevant information for troubleshooting. When contacting
your distributor for support, please enclose this file.
To generate a diagnostic report, access the web interface of the SAILOR Fleet One and do as
follows:
1. From the left navigation pane, select HELP DESK.
2. Click Generate report.
In some browsers the file may open directly in your browser.
Note
It normally takes about 1 minute, sometimes longer, to generate the report. The
report may open in your browser while being generated. Wait until the report is
finished before saving the file.
3. To save the file, select File > Save as in your browser.
4. Choose a location for the file and save it.
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Event messages
Display of event messages
The terminal can detect events during POST (Power On Self Test) or CM (Continuous
Monitoring). When the terminal detects an event that requires your action, it issues an event
message.
You can see the active event messages in the web interface by clicking the warning symbol in
the icon bar at the top in the web interface. You can also see the messages in the Thrane IP
Handset.
All events are logged in the event log.
Event list or Event log
When an event is registered, the web interface shows an event icon in the icon bar
as long as the event is active.
The Event list only shows events that are currently active, whereas the Event log shows the
history of events that have occurred.
•
To see the Event list click the event icon
from the icon bar at the top of the web
interface, or select HELPDESK > Event list from the left navigation pane.
•
To see the Event log, select HELPDESK > Event log from the left navigation pane.
The Event log shows the same information as the Event list, but also includes events that
occurred in the past and are no longer active. Additionally, it lists events of informational
character, describing normal phases of operation for the terminal.
List of events
The following list explains most of the events that may show in the web interface of the
terminal. Note that the list is not complete.
Note
ID
Events with “Info” level are not included in this list. Only events that can appear in the
Event list and cause a warning icon
in the web interface are included.
Event Text
Explanation
Remedy
00100 to
00199
System data
damaged
Important system data is
damaged
Do not use the terminal.
Contact your distributor.
00210 to
00219
SIM module error The SIM interface on the
terminal cannot be used.
Contact your distributor.
00240 to
00249
Temperature
sensor error
The terminal is in danger of
overheating.
Do not use the terminal.
Contact your distributor.
00260 to
00269
System error
The terminal cannot
communicate on the satellite
network.
Contact your distributor.
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ID
Event Text
Explanation
Remedy
00270 to
00279
Voice module
error
Voice services cannot be
accessed by the terminal
Contact your distributor.
00280 to
00289
Ethernet module
error
The Ethernet interface on the
terminal cannot be used.
Contact your distributor.
00300 to
00309
GPS module error The GPS module is out of
function. The terminal cannot
obtain a valid GPS position.
Contact your distributor.
00340 to
00349
2-wire failure
The Phone interface of the
terminal cannot be used.
Contact your distributor.
00350 to
00359
AD9864
calibration data
error
Internal error in the receiving
part of the terminal.
Contact your distributor if the
problem persists.
00360 to
00369
No antenna found The terminal cannot
communicate with the
antenna.
01010 to
01019
01020 to
01029
01110 to
01119
•
Reboot the terminal.
Move the terminal to a warmer
location.
Too low
temperature
warning
Low ambient temperature is
causing the performance of
the terminal to be degraded or
halted.
Move the terminal to a warmer
location.
Temperature too
high (critical)
Terminal: Critically high
temperature is causing the
terminal to shut down.
If possible, move the failing
unit to a cooler location.
Too high
temperature
warning
For information on ambient
temperature limits, see the
installation manual.
For information on ambient
temperature limits, see the
The terminal will assume radio installation manual.
silence if the problem is in the
ACM module of the antenna.
High ambient temperature is
causing the performance of
the system to be degraded or
halted.
The bit rate is reduced.
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Check the cable between
terminal and antenna.
Low ambient temperature is
causing the performance of
the terminal to be degraded or
halted.
Temperature too
low (critical)
Antenna: Critically high
temperature is causing the
antenna to stop transmission.
01120 to
01129
•
For information on ambient
temperature limits, see the
installation manual.
Contact your distributor if the
problem persists.
Move the terminal to a cooler
location.
For information on ambient
temperature limits, see the
installation manual.
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ID
01300 to
01309
Event Text
No GPS fix
Explanation
The GPS receiver has not yet
achieved position fix.
Remedy
Make sure the view to the GPS
satellites is not blocked.
Note that in some cases it may
take up to 10 minutes to obtain
GPS fix.
01400 to
01409
Satellite signal
lost
The SAILOR Fleet One no
longer receives a signal from
the satellite.
Make sure the
SAILOR Fleet One has a clear
view to the satellite.
01500 to
01509
SIM card missing No SIM card is detected in the Insert SIM card.
SIM slot.
If the SIM card is already
inserted, try removing and
reinserting it.
01600 to
01609
SOS calls only
The SIM card is not accepted
by the network. Only
emergency calls are allowed.
Enter the PIN and wait for
network approval. If the
problem persists, contact your
Airtime Provider.
01700 to
01709
Registration for
voice failed
The SAILOR Fleet One has not
yet been allowed to register
for voice services (CircuitSwitched).
Restart the terminal.
01800 to
01809
Registration for
data failed
The SAILOR Fleet One has not
yet been allowed to register
for data services (PacketSwitched).
Restart the terminal.
02000 to
02009
Satellite signal
weak
The signal from the satellite is
weak.
Check the line of sight to the
satellite.
If the problem persists, contact
your Airtime Provider.
If the problem persists, contact
your Airtime Provider.
Check in the web interface
under SETTINGS > Satellite
selection that you have
selected Auto, or a satellite
covering your current position.
02100 to
02109
Ciphering Off
The network has turned
ciphering off.
Do not transmit data that
requires ciphering.
02200 to
02209
Ethernet data
session failed
Ethernet data session could
not be established.
See the call log for the cause of
the error. Refer to Viewing the
lists of calls and data sessions
on page 59.
If the problem persists, contact
your distributor.
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ID
Event Text
Explanation
02900 to
02909
Network failed
authentication
The SAILOR Fleet One does
not accept the network as a
valid BGAN network.
03500 to
03509
2-wire
calibration
failure
2-wire calibration failed on the
Phone interface, because of:
03600 to
03609
2-wire
operational
failure
Remedy
Restart the terminal.
If the problem persists, contact
your distributor.
1. Common mode balance
error.
1. Check the wires to your
phone.
2. The phone is off-hook.
2. Put phone on hook.
3. Wires are shorted to each
other or to ground.
3. Check the wires.
The Phone interface fails to
operate. Possible reasons:
1. Ground shorted.
1. Check the wires.
2. Power overload.
2. Wait until the event is
cleared; then try again.
3. Temperature overload.
3. Wait until the event is
cleared; then try again.
08002
One or more
ports has PoE
disabled due to
power
limitations
The power supply to the
Ensure a stable power supply to
terminal has dropped critically. the terminal.
PoE is disabled to ensure
enough power to the antenna.
08008
Antenna exceeds
voltage
threshold
The antenna voltage is either
too high or too low.
08009
Power Hold-up the terminal can
no longer power
the antenna
The power supply to the
terminal has dropped for too
long. The antenna does not
have enough power to
function.
Ensure a stable power supply to
the terminal.
0800B
PoE Overvoltage
protection is
activated
Overvoltage is detected in the
terminal. The terminal will be
shut down in 10 minutes.
Do not use the terminal.
Antenna
Overvoltage
protection is
activated
Overvoltage is detected in the
antenna. The terminal will be
shut down in 10 minutes.
Do not use the terminal.
0800D
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Check the cable to the
antenna.
Contact your distributor if the
problem persists.
Contact your distributor.
Contact your distributor.
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ID
Event Text
Explanation
Remedy
08010
Undervoltage has
been detected
The input voltage has dropped Ensure a stable power supply to
below an acceptable level. The the terminal.
terminal will be shut down in
10 seconds if the situation
persists.
0801B
Lost connection
to the GPS
receiver
Communication with the GPS
receiver in the antenna is lost.
0801D
Uploading
firmware to
antenna
New firmware is being
uploaded to the antenna.
0802C
Firmware update
still fails
after several
retries
The terminal was unable to
upload new firmware to the
antenna.
Contact your distributor.
0802D
Firmware update
failed
The terminal was unable to
upload new firmware to the
antenna.
Reboot the terminal. Then
update the software again.
Restart the terminal.
Contact your distributor if the
warning persists.
Contact your distributor if the
Event is not cleared within 5
The Event will be cleared when minutes.
upload has finished.
Contact your distributor if the
problem persists.
0802E
Firmware is
older than
current antenna
version
The firmware in the antenna is Update the terminal software.
newer than expected by the
terminal.
0802F
Antenna main
image could not
be loaded
Antenna failed to start up
normally.
Reboot the terminal.
Antenna could
Antenna failed to start up
not enter main
normally.
application mode
Reboot the terminal.
Failed to enter Antenna failed to start up
normal operation normally.
Reboot the terminal.
08030
08031
08032
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Firmware image
version lower
than active
antenna version
Contact your distributor if the
problem persists.
Contact your distributor if the
problem persists.
Contact your distributor if the
problem persists.
The firmware in the antenna is Update the terminal software.
newer than expected by the
terminal.
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ID
08033
Explanation
Event Text
Remedy
Firmware image
The antenna hardware version Check that both the antenna
doesn't support is not supported by the
and the terminal are of the
antenna hardware terminal.
type SAILOR Fleet One.
Contact your distributor if the
problem persists.
08034
Antenna failed
to exit Flash
Manager. Power
cycle needed
New firmware was successfully Reboot the terminal. Contact
uploaded to the antenna but
your distributor if the problem
the antenna failed to start
persists.
normally with the new
firmware.
08035
Unable to open
There was an error
port for HPA
communicating with the
burst monitoring antenna.
08040
Excessive writes
to the flash
memory
Typically caused by wrong
configuration of APN name or
user name/password for a
profile which is set to autoactivate.
Check that the APN name, user
name and password are set up
correctly for your profiles.
08045
Antenna Startup
temperature too
low
The temperature in the
antenna is too low for the
system to start up
None. If the ambient
temperature is outside the
specified limits, the antenna
may not be able to start up
properly. Refer to the
installation manual for
temperature specifications.
08046
Timeout of
startup sequence
- No antenna or
antenna
temperature too
low
The start-up sequence of the
terminal has timed out
because:
Check that the antenna cable is
properly connected at both
ends.
•
the antenna is not
properly connected, or
•
the antenna temperature
is too low to start up.
08048
All PoE ports
except port 1
are shut down
due to high
temperature
08049
Data rate
The bit rate of the data
reduction due to channel is reduced because
high temperature the temperature is too high.
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Reboot the terminal. Contact
your distributor if the problem
persists.
The temperature in the
Move the terminal to a cooler
terminal is too high. PoE port 2 location, or avoid using PoE on
is shut down to reduce the
port 2.
temperature.
Move the terminal to a cooler
location
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ID
Explanation
Event Text
Remedy
0804B
Illegal
combination of
antenna and
terminal
You are not using the right
combination of antenna and
terminal.
Only use the antenna(s)
intended for use with your
terminal.
0804C
The selected
satellite is not
visible at
current GPS
position
The terminal is set up to use a
satellite that is not visible at
the current GPS position.
Enter the web interface and
select SETTINGS > Satellite
selection.
0804D
Antenna firmware
image is missing
in terminal
The software is corrupt
08054
Transmission
aborted due to
extreme
temperature
The system stops all
transmission due to:
Then select Auto to let the
terminal automatically find the
satellite with the best signal, or
select a satellite visible from
your current position.
•
•
Upload new software to the
terminal. Refer to Uploading
software on page 96.
None. The antenna must
operate within the allowed
temperature range to work
critically high temperature
properly. For information on
in the HPA or ACM module
ambient temperature limits,
of the antenna, or
see the installation manual.
too low temperature in
the ACM module.
08056
USIM rejected
The type of USIM card
inserted in the terminal is not
correct for your terminal.
Make sure you have the correct
type of USIM card. E.g. an
USIM card for a land-mobile
system will not work for a
maritime system and vice
versa.
08060
NAT session
table full
There are too many open
connections through NAT typically too many users
generating too much web
traffic.
Do not establish new
connections until the load has
been reduced.
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Extended status
To see the Extended status page, select HELPDESK > Extended status.
To see updated information on the Extended status page, click Refresh.
The Extended Status page shows the following information:
•
The antenna Product ID (must always be TT-3050C-581).
•
The status of the connection to the air interface (IAI-2). This field should normally show
“Registered”, unless the system is still in the startup process.
•
Ongoing data sessions (IP address) and connection status, e.g. Active or Suspended.
•
Ongoing calls and their connection status.
Antenna properties
Select SETTINGS from the left navigation pane. The SETTINGS page shows properties of the
connected antenna.
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If the HPA module in the antenna has been exchanged, the Antenna serial number
field shows “0”. You can still see the antenna serial number on the label on the
underneath of the antenna.
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Self test
The Self test performs system test on the SAILOR Fleet One system, similar to the tests that are
performed during the Power On Self Test (POST).
Important
The terminal must reboot to perform the self test. All ongoing calls or data
sessions will be terminated.
To activate a self test, do as follows:
1. Select HELPDESK > Self test.
2. Click Self test.
3. Click OK in the Warning dialogue
The terminal now reboots and performs a self test.
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Reset button
To access the Reset button
The terminal has a Reset button placed next to the SIM slot behind the SIM cover. The
functions of this button is described below.
To press the Reset button, use a pointed device.
Function of the Reset button
The Reset button on the terminal has the following functions:
Action
Function
With the terminal running,
press the Reset button
normally.
The terminal IP address and IP netmask are temporarily set to
the default value (default IP address: 192.168.0.1).
With the terminal running,
press and hold the Reset
button for 30 seconds, until
the Power indicator on the
terminal is flashing orange.
The terminal restores factory settings and reboots the
system.
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With this function, even if the IP address has been changed
and you do not remember the new IP address, you can still
access the web interface and see your current configuration.
The default value is not saved in the configuration, but is only
valid until next reboot.
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Action
Function
While the terminal is booting, For service use only!
press and hold the Reset
The bootloader initiates software upload. This firmware
button.
upload procedure is only to be used if the other procedures
fail due to missing or corrupted firmware.
This setup uploads software to the terminal from a TFTP
server via the LAN connection. The procedure is as follows:
1. Activate or install a TFTP server on a PC.
2. Locate the correct software image (xxx.dl) for the
terminal and place it in the TFTP server directory.
3. Rename the image to ttexp.dl.
4. Reconfigure the PC LAN interface to use the static
address 192.168.0.2/255.255.255.0.
5. Power off the terminal.
6. Connect the PC LAN Interface to the terminal.
7. Press and hold down the Reset button.
8. Keep the Reset button pressed while powering on the
terminal, and through the next step.
9. Monitor the TFTP server window. When the upload starts
you can release the Reset button.
When the TFTP upload finishes the terminal boots up using
the new image.
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List of reserved subnets
Some IP subnets are reserved for internal use in the terminal. If any of these addresses are
assigned to external equipment connected to the terminal, the terminal and connected
equipment will not be able to communicate.
The following local IP subnets are reserved for internal use in the terminal. The netmask for all
of these subnets is 255.255.255.0.
192.168.2.0
192.168.3.0
192.168.4.0
192.168.5.0
192.168.6.0
192.168.7.0
192.168.8.0
192.168.9.0
192.168.10.0
192.168.11.0
192.168.16.0
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192.168.17.0
192.168.18.0
192.168.19.0
192.168.20.0
192.168.21.0
192.168.22.0
192.168.23.0
192.168.24.0
192.168.25.0
192.168.26.0
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Appendix A
Technical specifications
A
SAILOR Fleet One antenna
General specifications
Item
Specification
Frequencies
Inmarsat I-4
Transmit
Receive
1626.5 - 1660.5 MHz
1525.0 - 1559.0 MHz
Inmarsat Alphasat
Transmit
Receive
Extended L-Band (XL)a
1626.5-1660.5 MHz and 1668.0-1675.0 MHz
1518.0 - 1559.0 MHz
Channel spacing
1.25 kHz
Antenna element gain Rx
11.0 dB min.
G/T
 -15.5 dB/K
EIRP
Min. EIRP: 3.1 dBW
Max. EIRP: 16.1 dBW
Return loss
< -15 dB (reflection loss < 0.15 dB)
Cable losses
RF attenuation: max. 20 dB
DC resistance (loop): max. 1 Ohm
Max. cable length between terminal and
antenna:
•
RG223-D: 25 meter
•
RG214/U: 50 meter
•
S 07272B-05: 95 meter
Antenna input voltage
22.7 V
Antenna power,
operational
Maximum 39 W
Total antenna weight
3.94 kg (8.7 lbs)
Antenna dimensions
291.9 mm x Ø275.6 mm
a. The extended frequency range (Extended L-Band or XL) is only available within
Alphasat coverage. For coverage area, see Satellite coverage on page 5.
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Environmental specifications
Item
Specification
Water and dust
IPX6 spray proof in all directions, no dust
test.
Ambient
Temperature
Operational: -25° to +55 °C
Operating humidity
100%, condensing
Ice, survival
Up to 25 mm of ice
Wind load, max.
Normal operation with relative average wind
velocity up to 200 km/h (56 m/s, 108 knots)
Vibration,
operational
Random spectrum 1.05 g rms x 3 axes:
Storage: -40° to +85 °C
5 to 20 Hz: 0.02 g2/Hz
20 to 150 Hz: -3 dB/octave
Sine:
2 to 13.2 Hz: ± 1 mm
13.2 to 100 Hz: 7 m/s2
2 h dwell at resonances
Vibration, nonoperational
Random spectrum 1.7 g rms 2 h x 3 axes 6 h
total):
5 to 20 Hz: 0.05 g2/Hz
20 to 150 Hz: -3 dB/octave
Vibration, life test
At least 1.7 g rms for 2 hours per axis.
Spectrum:
5 to 20 Hz: 0.05 g2/Hz,
20 to 150 Hz: -3 dB/octave
Shock
Half sine, 20 g/11 ms
Solar radiation
1120 W/m2 according to MIL-STD-810F
505.4
Air Pressure,
operational
1500 m AMSL
Air Pressure,
transport
4572 m AMSL MIL-SPEC 810E 500.4
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Item
Specification
Ship motions (MAX) Roll: 30°, period 4 sec., 0.7 g tangential
Pitch: 15°, period 3 sec., 0.6 g tangential
Yaw: 10°, period 5 sec., 0.3 g tangential
Surge: 0.5 g
Sway: 0.5 g
Heave: 0.7 g
Turning rate: 36°/s; 12°/s2
Headway: 22 m/s (42 knots)
Minimum distance to transmitters
The table below shows the minimum recommended distance to transmitters in the frequency
range below 1000 MHz.
W
m
Recommended distance to SAILOR Fleet One antenna.
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Outline, SAILOR Fleet One antenna
Dimensions are in mm.
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SAILOR Fleet One terminal
General specifications
Item
Specification
Weight
2.2 kg (4.9 lbs)
Dimensions
231 mm x 278 mm x 41 mm
(9.1” x 10.9” x 1.6”)
Global services
Voice
4 kbps AMBE+2
Data
Up to 100 kbps
SMS
2-wire telephone
interface
One connector: RJ-11 female. 600 Ohm ITU-T Rec.
G.473, standard DTMF telephone.
Supported cable length: up to 100 meters.
LAN interface
Two connectors: RJ-45 female 10/100 Mbps.
Supported cable length: up to 100 m
PoE (max. 15.4 W) on each port, Total PoE power:
32 W. Conforms with IEEE 802.3 af
I/O interface
One connector with 5 configurable inputs/outputs.
Output:
Open collector, Short circuit protected at 1.5 A and
reverse polarization protected.
Open switch hold-off
voltage
max. 32 V
Open circuit
resistance
min. 130 kOhm
Closed switch voltage max. 1 V DC at 50 mA
Input:
Input resistance
Voltage
Voltage High
Voltage Low
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Max. 32 V
Min. 2.2 V
Max. 1.2 V
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Item
Antenna interface
Specification
One connector, TNC-female
Inmarsat I-4 power:
1525 to 1559 MHz: -94 dBm to -64 dBm
1626.5 to 1660.5 MHz: -9 dBm to +11 dBm
Inmarsat Alphasat power:a
1518 to 1559 MHz: -94 dBm to -64 dBm
1626.5 to 1660.5 MHz and 1668.0 - 1675.0 MHz:
-9 dBm to +11 dBm
Power supply: 18-29 V DC
Power input
Connector: Mixed D-Sub 7W2
Nominal 12/24 VDC (10.5 - 32 V DC; 11.5 A - 4 A)
Max. source impedance: 85 mOhm at 12 V,
500 mOhm at 24 V
Maximum 20 A at 24 V, 5 ms (start up)
Maximum power consumption: 120 W
Power consumption
Measured with wave simulator
Idle, no waves
Idle, w. waves
No peripherals connected: 15,67 W
IP handset, phone and PC connected: 16,82 W
Phone connected: 18,75 W
FTP transfer, w. waves IP handset, phone and PC connected: 20,2 W
Download: 21,4 W
Upload: 31,09 W
Standby current
Ignition function, off: max. 15 mA
Remote on/off in DC connector, off: max. 2 mA
Ambient temperature
Operational: -25° to +55 °C
Storage: -40° to +80 °C
Relative humidity
95% non-condensing at +40 °C
Equipment category
Protected from the weather - IEC-60945
a. The extended frequency range (Extended L-Band or XL) is only available within
Alphasat coverage. For coverage area, see Satellite coverage on page 5.
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Outline, SAILOR Fleet One terminal
Connector panel, top view and end view. Dimensions are in mm.
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Appendix A: Technical specifications
Side view and bottom view. Dimensions are in mm.
Weight: 2.2 kg.
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Glossary
Glossary
A
ATC
Auxiliary Terrestrial Component. Hybrid satellite terrestrial systems that use terrestrial
repeaters to combine the wide area coverage capabilities of geostationary or low earth
orbit satellites with urban coverage and in building penetration provided from terrestrial
networks.
AWG
American Wire Gauge. A means of specifying wire diameters.
B
BGAN
Broadband Global Area Network. A satellite network based on geostationary satellites,
delivering broadband data and telephony to virtually any part of the earth, with full UMTS
(3G) compatibility. BGAN enables users to access e-mail, corporate networks and the
Internet, transfer files and make telephone calls.
C
CE
Conformité Européenne. This term signifies that a CE certified product conforms to
European health, environmental, and safety regulations. In short, it makes the product
legal to be sold in the European Union.
CM
Continuous Monitoring
D
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. A protocol for assigning dynamic IP addresses to
devices on a network. With dynamic addressing, a device can have a different IP address
every time it connects to the network.
DTMF
Dual Tone Multi Frequency. The keypad signalling technology that generates two distinct
tones when each key is pressed. This system allows navigation of voice menus and other
advanced calling services. All wireless phones use DTMF dialing.
E
EIRP
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Effective Isotropically-Radiated Power. The amount of power that would have to be
emitted by an isotropic antenna (that evenly distributes power in all directions) to
produce the peak power density observed in the direction of maximum antenna gain.
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Glossary
G
GPS
Global Positioning System. A system of satellites, computers, and receivers that is able to
determine the latitude and longitude of a receiver on Earth by calculating the time
difference for signals from different satellites to reach the receiver.
I
I/O
Input/Output
IAI-2
Inmarsat Air Interface-2. The air interface used for BGAN. IAI-2 is an evolution of MPDS
with new bearer types, which give a wide range of data rates from 16 kbps up to 492 kbps.
By utilizing different modulation schemes, variable coding rate and power adjustment, it
is possible to change the bearer type to give optimum throughput with efficient use of the
satellite resources.
IMEI
International Mobile Equipment Identity. A unique number identifying your terminal.
IMSO
International Maritime Satellite Organisation. An intergovernmental body established to
ensure that Inmarsat continues to meet its public service obligations, including
obligations relating to the GMDSS.
L
LAN
Local Area Network. A computer network covering a small physical area, like a home,
office, school or airport. The defining characteristics of LANs, in contrast to wide-area
networks (WANs), include their usually higher data-transfer rates, smaller geographic area,
and lack of a need for leased telecommunication lines.
LED
Light Emitting Diode
N
NAT
Network Address Translation. An Internet standard that enables a local-area network to
use one set of IP addresses for internal traffic and a second set of addresses for external
traffic. A NAT module makes all necessary address translations.
P
PoE
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over the Ethernet. The source unit "injects" power into the Ethernet cable and the power
is "picked up" at the connected device.
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Glossary
POST
Power On Self Test. A test sequence that runs every time the system is powered up or
reset.
R
RF
Radio Frequency. Electromagnetic wave frequencies between about 3 kilohertz and about
300 gigahertz including the frequencies used for communications signals (radio,
television, cell-phone and satellite transmissions) or radar signals.
S
SAS
Satellite Access Station. The gateway between the satellites and the worldwide networks
such as Internet, telephone network, cellular network etc.
SIM
Subscriber Identity Module.The SIM provides secure storing of the key identifying a
mobile phone service subscriber but also subscription information, preferences and
storage of text messages.
SMS
Short Messaging Service
T
TNC
Threaded Neill-Concelman. A type of RF connector used for terminating coaxial cables.
The TNC connector is a threaded version of the BNC connector. The connector has a 50
Ohm impedance and operates best in the 0-11 GHz frequency spectrum.
V
VPN
Virtual Private Network. A network that is constructed by using public wires to connect
nodes. You can create networks using the Internet for transporting data, using security
mechanisms so that only authorized users can access the network.
W
WLAN
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Index
Index
A
access to settings
limit in web interface, 82
administrator logon
web interface, 74
administrator password
change, 76
reset, 75
alarm messages, 98
list of, 98
allowed numbers
restricted dialling, 83
antenna
cables, 13
connector, 22
drainage, 14
environmental specifications, 111
grounding, 13
installation location, 7
installing, 13
interference, 8
mast design, 11
obstructions, 7
outline drawing, 113
radiation, 8
specifications, 110
viewing type, 105
antenna properties, 105
antenna RF noise filter, 89
ATC resilience, 10, 89
C
cable support, 19
cables
antenna, 13
power, 34
call charges, 78
call limiting, 83
call log, 59
clear, 79
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IP handsets, enable or disable, 71
make or receive, 46
outgoing, received and missed, 59
see in Dashboard, 56
short dial, 58
using WLAN access point, 40
charge for call, 78
clear call log, 79
computer
connect, 42
types of connection, 50
condensation in antenna, 14
configuration
load from file, 77
save to file, 77
connectors, 21
antenna, 22
DC input, 22
I⁄O interface, 28
LAN, 26
phone, 25
D
dashboard
description, 54
data connection
control switch, 32
overview, 49
see in web interface, 56
set up, 67
start, 44
data connection status kit, 32
data indicator lamp
connect, 33
data limits, setting, 79
delivery
items included, 6
diagnostic report
generate, 97
dialling prefixes, 48
dialling restrictions, 83
distance
antenna to GPS receiver, 10
antenna to radar, 8
between Inmarsat antennas, 10
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Index
distance to other transmitters, 112
drainage of antenna, 14
drawing
antenna, 113
terminal, 116
E
event messages, 98
events
list of, 98
extended status, 105
external data connections
set up, 85
F
filter for ATC, 89
G
GPS receiver
distance from antenna, 10
grounding
access, 16
antenna, 13
terminal, 17
H
Internet
connect to, 44
IP addresses
reserved, 109
IP handsets
connect, 41
connect to LAN interface, 27
set up, 69
items included in delivery, 6
L
lamp for data indication, 33
LAN
connector, 26
set up, 68
LED indicator on terminal, 96
limit calls, 83
limit user access, 82
load configuration from file, 77
local numbers, 48
log handling, 79
log on administrator, 74
M
mast for antenna, 11
maximum for data, 79
measuring source impedance, 34
messages of events, 98
humidity in antenna, 14
O
I
obstructions
distance and size, 7
outline drawing
antenna, 113
terminal, 116
I⁄O connector, 28
pin functions, 29
I⁄O interface
set up, 72
ignition
connecting, 24
indicator on terminal, 96
installation
antenna, 13
terminal, 17
interfaces
set up, 68
interference, 8
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part numbers, 93
password
change, 76
reset, 75
permissions
setting for users, 82
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Index
phone
connect, 42
connector, 25
types of connection, 45
phone book
in web interface, 57
limited numbers, 83
phone number
of SAILOR Fleet One, 58
PIN
change, 81
enable or disable, 80
enter in web interface, 63
enter with a phone, 64
enter with IP Handset, 64
pin functions
I⁄O connector, 29
placing the antenna, 7
placing the terminal, 16
pole mount, 11
power
cable extension, 35
connector, 22
indicator, 96
switch on, 38
Power over Ethernet (PoE), 26
prefixes for dialling, 48
properties
antenna, 105
SAILOR Fleet One, 54
R
radar
distance from antenna, 8
radiation level, 8
register with satellite network, 39
remote on/off, connecting, 24
reserved IP addresses, 109
reset button, 107
restricted dialling, 83
rights for users
in web interface, 82
router function in terminal, 4
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SAILOR Fleet One
antenna specifications, 110
drawing, antenna, 113
drawing, terminal, 116
phone number, 58
terminal specifications, 114
satellite
select, 73
satellite network
connect to, 39
save configuration to file, 77
self test, 106
settings
limit access, 82
short dial, 58
signalling status, 96
SIM card
insert, 37
SIM PIN
change, 81
configure, 80
enable or disable, 80
enter, 63
SIP setup, 40
smartphone
connect via WLAN access point, 39
SMS messages in web interface, 60
software
download from Internet, 92
update, 91
source impedance
measuring, 34
special-purpose phone numbers, 48
specifications, 110
antenna, 110
antenna, environmental, 111
terminal, 114
status
extended, 105
see in web interface, 54
signalling, 96
subnets
reserved (IP), 109
support, 90
switch for data connection, 32
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Index
T
W
technical specifications, 110
temperature, 16
terminal
cable support, 19
grounding, 17
installation location, 16
installing, 17
outline drawing, 116
specifications, 114
test
automatic, 106
total counters, 56
clear, 79
tracking setup, 87
transmitters
minimum distance to other, 112
troubleshooting guide, 94
typography used in this manual, v
web interface
access, 51
administrator logon, 74
antenna properties, 105
call charges, 78
call log, 59
dashboard, 54
data connection, 67
description, 51
enter PIN, 63
event messages, 98
extended status, 105
external data connections, 85
I⁄O interface setup, 72
IP handset setup, 69
LAN setup, 68
load configuration from file, 77
log handling, 79
phone book, 57
save configuration to file, 77
select preferred satellite, 73
set up interfaces, 68
SMS messages, 60
tracking setup, 87
WLAN access point
connect to LAN interface, 27
use for calls, 40
U
unpacking, 6
update software, 91
user permissions
setting up in web interface, 82
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