Manual (UK) 504/507

Manual (UK) 504/507
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・FURUNO Authorized Distributor/Dealer
9-52 Ashihara-cho,
Nishinomiya, 662-8580, JAPAN
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Printed in Japan
A : OCT . 2007
E : JAN . 19, 2012
Pub. No. OME-72690-E
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IMPORTANT NOTICES
General
• This manual has been authored with simplified grammar, to meet the needs of international users.
• The operator of this equipment must read and follow the descriptions in this manual. Wrong operation or maintenance can cancel the warranty or cause injury.
• Do not copy any part of this manual without written permission from FURUNO.
• If this manual is lost or worn, contact your dealer about replacement.
• The contents of this manual and equipment specifications can change without notice.
• The example screens (or illustrations) shown in this manual can be different from the screens
you see on your display. The screens you see depend on your system configuration and equipment settings.
• Save this manual for future reference.
• Any modification of the equipment (including software) by persons not authorized by FURUNO
will cancel the warranty.
• All brand and product names are trademarks, registered trademarks or service marks of their
respective holders.
How to discard this product
Discard this product according to local regulations for the disposal of industrial waste. For disposal
in the USA, see the homepage of the Electronics Industries Alliance (http://www.eiae.org/) for the
correct method of disposal.
How to discard a used battery
Some FURUNO products have a battery(ies). To see if your product has a battery, see the chapter
on Maintenance. Follow the instructions below if a battery is used. Tape the + and - terminals of
battery before disposal to prevent fire, heat generation caused by short circuit.
In the European Union
The crossed-out trash can symbol indicates that all types of batteries
must not be discarded in standard trash, or at a trash site. Take the
used batteries to a battery collection site according to your national
legislation and the Batteries Directive 2006/66/EU.
Cd
In the USA
The Mobius loop symbol (three chasing arrows) indicates that Ni-Cd
and lead-acid rechargeable batteries must be recycled. Take the used
batteries to a battery collection site according to local laws.
In the other countries
Ni-Cd
Pb
There are no international standards for the battery recycle symbol. The number of symbols can
increase when the other countries make their own recycle symbols in the future.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The operator of this equipment must read these safety instructions before attempting to
operate the equipment.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
Warning, Caution
Prohibitive Action
Safety instructions for the operator
Safety instructions for the installer
WARNING
WARNING
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel should
work inside the equipment.
Do not disassemble or modify
the equipment.
Fire or electrical shock can result if
the equipment is modified.
Do not operate the equipment
with wet hands.
Turn off the power at the switchboard before beginning the
installation.
Turn off the power to prevent
electrical shock.
Make sure the installation site is
not subject to water spray.
Fire or electrical shock can result if
water leaks into the equipment.
CAUTION
Electrical shock can result.
Make sure no rain or water
splash leaks into the equipment.
Observe the following compass
safe distances to prevent interference to the instruments:
Fire or electrical shock can result
if water leaks into the equipment.
Immediately turn off the power
at the switchboard if water leaks
into the equipment.
Continued use of the equipment
can cause fire or electrical shock.
Warning Label
A warning label is attached to the equipment. Do not
remove the label. If the label is missing or damaged,
contact a FURUNO agent or dealer about replacement.
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Mandatory Action
FI-504
FI-507
Standard Steering
compass compass
0.35 m 0.30 m
0.25 m
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD .............................................................................................. iv
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ....................................................................... v
1.OPERATION ............................................................................................. 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
Operating Controls, Display Layout...................................................................... 1
Turning the Power On/Off .................................................................................... 2
Adjusting Brilliance and Contrast ......................................................................... 2
Selecting a Display............................................................................................... 3
Selecting Apparent or True Wind Angle, Wind Speed.......................................... 8
Resetting Counters and Indications ..................................................................... 8
Alarms .................................................................................................................. 9
Timers ................................................................................................................ 11
2. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................. 13
2.1 Preventive Maintenance..................................................................................... 13
2.2 Troubleshooting.................................................................................................. 14
3. INSTALLATION ..................................................................................... 15
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Equipment Lists.................................................................................................. 15
Mounting............................................................................................................. 16
Wiring ................................................................................................................. 18
Setting Up........................................................................................................... 21
SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................. SP-1
PACKING LIST ........................................................................................ A-1
OUTLINE DRAWINGS............................................................................. D-1
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM ............................................................ S-1
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FOREWORD
A Word to the Owner of the FI-504, FI-507
Congratulations on your choice of the FURUNO FI-504 Multi/FI-507 Multi
XL displays, members of the FI-50 series of marine instruments. We are
confident you will see why the FURUNO name has become synonymous
with quality and reliability.
Since 1948, FURUNO Electric Company has enjoyed an enviable reputation for quality marine electronics equipment. This dedication to excellence is furthered by our extensive global network of agents and dealers.
This equipment is designed and constructed to meet the rigorous demands of the marine environment. However, no machine can perform its
intended function unless operated and maintained properly. Please carefully read and follow the recommended procedures for operation and
maintenance.
Thank you for considering and purchasing FURUNO equipment.
Features
The FI-504 Multi/FI-507 Multi XL displays provide heading, environment,
autopilot, engine, depth, speed, and wind information, all on a high quality, backlit LCD. The sturdy weather-proof case is built to stand up to
even the harshest of environments.
The main features are
• Eight varieties of displays: heading, environment, autopilot, engine,
depth, speed, timer, and wind.
• Four levels of backlighting including off.
• Timers: Stopwatch and count-down
• Depth alarms: Shallow alarm, Deep alarm
• Anchor alarms: Shallow alarm, Deep alarm
• Voltage alarm monitors power source voltage
• Wind alarms: High apparent wind angle, Low apparent wind angle,
Max. true wind speed, Low true wind speed
• Speed indications: Max. STW, Average STW, SOG, Max. SOG, Average SOG, Wind speed, Max. true wind speed
• Log indication from 0 to 99,999 nm
• Resettable trip counter, from 0 to 999 nm
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Standalone configuration
CAN bus Device
or
NMEA 2000 Sensor
(ex. Smart Sensor)
FI-504
FI-507
12 VDC
: Standard Supply
: Optional Supply
: Local Supply
NOTICE: Turn on the terminal resistor in the instrument when connecting
an NMEA 2000 sensor or CAN bus device. For the procedure, see the
section on setting up, in the installation chapter.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
CAN bus network
FI-504 MULTI
FI-5001 or
FI-5001L
WIND
TRANSDUCER
TERMINAL BOX
(where necessary)
FI-507 MULTI XL
FI-501*
and/or
FI-502
FI-505
COURSE PILOT
FI-506
RUDDER
FI-503
DIGITAL
30
CAN bus
Device
or
NMEA 2000
SENSOR*
CAN bus
Device
or
NMEA 2000
SENSOR*
CAN bus
Device
or
NMEA 2000
SENSOR*
CAN bus
Device
or
NMEA 2000
SENSOR*
CAN bus
Device
or
NMEA 2000
SENSOR*
JUNCTION BOX
FI-5002
* NMEA 2000 SENSORS
- Boat speed
- Depth
- Heading
- Navigation
- Environment
- Autopilot
- Engine
*FI-501 Wind Angle
FI-502 Close Hauled Wind Angle
12 VDC
(not necessary if powered
by CAN bus network)
: Standard Supply
: Optional Supply
: Local Supply
NOTICE: Turn on the terminal resistor in the terminator of the CAN bus
network.
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1.
OPERATION
Provided applicable sensors are connected, the FI-504/FI-507 provides
the following information, all on a backlit LCD:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1.1
Depth
Speed
Heading
Environment data
Autopilot (rudder)
Engine
Wind
Timers
Navigation data
Operating Controls, Display Layout
Mode name
(Ex. SPD=Speed, DPTH=Depth)
SELECT
CLEAR
APP
TRUE
MODE
DISP
FI-504
Key name
SELECT/CLEAR
APP/TRUE
MODE
DISP key
FI-507
Function
• Select menu option.
• Silence alarm.
• Clear data.
• Reset counters and indications.
• Increment value.
• Select apaprent or true (wind) alternately.
• Decrement value.
Select a display.
• Turn on power.
• Select a display category.
Note: The example screens shown in this manual are taken from the FI504. The screens from the FI-507 may be different.
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1. OPERATION
1.2
Turning the Power On/Off
To power the instrument, press the DISP key. All LCD segments go on
and off and then the last-used display appears.
To power off the instrument, press the DISP and MODE keys together
(about 7-10 seconds). The timer appears and counts down from three
seconds to one second, and then the power goes off.
POWER
Press DISP
and MODE
keys together
3
POWER
2
POWER
1
POWER
OFF
Power OFF sequence
1.3
Adjusting Brilliance and Contrast
1. Press the DISP and MODE keys together. The display for adjustment
of brilliance appears, with current brilliance setting flashing.
BRILL
2
Brilliance setting (flashing)
2. Within seven seconds of completing step 1, press the APP/TRUE key
to lower the brilliance, or the SELECT/CLEAR key to raise it.
3. Press the DISP and MODE keys together. The display for adjustment
of contrast appears, with current contrast setting flashing.
CONT
3
Contrast setting (flashing)
4. Within seven seconds of completing step 3, press the APP/TRUE key
to lower the contrast, or the SELECT/CLEAR key to raise it.
5. Press the DISP and MODE keys together to save the settings and
restore normal operation.
The brilliance and contrast will be the same on all units which are synchronized. (For how to synchronize units, see page 26.)
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1. OPERATION
1.4
Selecting a Display
Use the DISP key to select a display category. Select desired display
with the MODE key.
SPEED
Boat speed
Maximum STW
Average STW
SOG
Maximum SOG
Average SOG
VMG to windward
Log
Trip
DEPTH
Current depth
Shallow alarm
Deep alarm
Shallow anchor alarm
Deep anchor alarm
TIMER
Count-up timer
Count-down timer 1
Count-down timer 2
ENGINE
Trip fuel usage
Fuel usage rate
Engine RPM
WIND
DISP
AUTOPILOT
Rudder angle
Wind speed
Maximum true wind speed
Maximum true wind speed alarm
Low true wind speed alarm
Wind angle
High apparent wind angle alarm
Low apparent wind angle alarm
Beaufort wind speed
Ground wind direction
HEADING
Current heading
Average heading
Heading on next tack
Course over ground
Course made good
Distance made good
ENVIRONMENT
Battery voltage
Minimum battery voltage alarm
Time
Date
Water temperature
Air temperature
Air pressure
Humidity
Wind chill temperature
Dew point
NAVIGATION
Bearing to waypoint
Distance to waypoint
Cross track error
Waypoint number/name
Latitude
Longitude
Course over ground
Speed over ground
Satellites tracked
Roll
Pitch
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1. OPERATION
1.4.1
Display description
Depth category
Display title
Current depth
Shallow alarm
Indication
DPTH
SHALLOW
Deep alarm
DEEP
Shallow anchor
alarm
SHALLOW
Deep anchor
alarm
DEEP
Function
Current depth, in meters, feet or fathoms.
Set shallow depth alarm. Audio and visual
alarms are released when the depth is
lower than the threshold value.
Set deep depth alarm. Audio and visual
alarms are released when the depth is
higher than the threshold value.
Set shallow anchor alarm. Audio and visual
alarms are released when the depth is
lower than the threshold value.
Set deep anchor alarm. Audio and visual
alarms are released when the depth is
higher than the threshold value.
Speed category
Display title
Boat speed
SPD
Maximum STW
MAX SPD
Average STW
AVG SPD
SOG
SOG
Maximum SOG
MAX SOG
Average SOG
AVG SOG
VMG to windward
VMG
Log
LOG
Trip
TRIP
4
Indication
Function
Boat speed, in knots (kt), miles per hour
(MPH) or kilometers per hour (KMH).
Maximum boat speed, in knots (kt), miles
per hour (MPH) or kilometers per hour
(KMH).
Average boat speed, in knots (kt), miles per
hour (MPH) or kilometers per hour (KMH).
Speed over ground, in knots (kt), miles per
hour (MPH) or kilometers per hour (KMH).
Maximum speed over ground, in knots (kt),
miles per hour (MPH) or kilometers per
hour (KMH).
Average speed over ground, in knots (kt),
miles per hour (MPH) or kilometers per
hour (KMH).
Velocity made good to windward, in knots
(kt), miles per hour (MPH) or kilometers per
hour (KMH).
Log distance (total distance run), in nautical
miles, (NM) kilometers (KM) or statute
miles (SM).
Trip distance (distance run between two
points), in nautical miles (NM), kilometers
(KM) or statute miles (SM).
1. OPERATION
Timer category
Display title
Indication
Count up timer
UP
Count down timer 1 DOWN 1
Count down timer DOWN 2
Function
Count-up timer.
Count-down timer 1.
Count-down timer 2.
Wind category
Display title
Indication
Wind speed
APP (or TRUE)
Maximum true wind MAX TRUE
speed
Maximum true wind
MAX TRUE
speed alarm
Low true wind
speed alarm
TRUE LO
Wind angle
APP (or TRUE)
High apparent wind
APP HI
angle alarm
Low apparent wind
angle alarm
APP LO
Beaufort wind
speed
BFT
Ground wind angle GWIND
Function
Wind speed, in knots or meters/second.
Maximum true wind speed.
Set maximum true wind speed alarm. Audio
and visual alarms are released when the
wind speed goes higher than the threshold
value.
Set low true wind speed alarm. Audio and
visual alarms are released when the wind
speed goes lower than the threshold value.
Apparent (or true) wind angle, in degrees.
Set high apparent wind angle alarm. Audio
and visual alarms are released when the
wind angle at starboard goes higher than
the threshold value.
Set low apparent wind angle alarm. Audio
and visual alarms are released when the
wind angle at port goes lower than the
threshold value.
Beaufort wind speed. Beaufort speeds up to
12 are shown. See the table below for Beaufort no. and wind speed.
Angle of wind over ground, in degrees.
Bearing reference in Magnetic (MAG) or
True (TRUE).
Beaufort no. and wind speed
Wind speed
Beaufort
no.
kt
m/s
Wind speed
Beaufort
no.
kt
m/s
0
0
0-0.2
7
28-33
14.4-17.4
1
1-3
0.5-2.0
8
34-40
17.5-21.0
2
4-6
2.1-3.5
9
41-47
21.1-24.6
3
7-10
3.6-5.6
10
48-55
24.7-28.8
4
11-16
5.7-8.6
11
56-63
28.9-32.6
5
17-21
8.7-11.2
12
64
32.7-32.9
6
22-27
11.3-14.3
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1. OPERATION
Heading category
Display title
Current heading
Indication
HDG
Average heading
AVG HDG
Heading on next tack
TACK
Course over ground
COG
Course made good
CMG
Distance made good
DMG
Function
Heading, in degrees. Bearing reference
in Magnetic (MAG) or True (TRUE).
Average heading, in degrees. Bearing
reference in Magnetic (MAG) or True
(TRUE).
Heading on next tack, in degrees true
(fixed). Bearing reference in Magnetic
(MAG) or True (TRUE).
Course over ground, in degrees. Bearing reference in Magnetic (MAG) or
True (TRUE).
Course made good, in degrees. Bearing
reference in Magnetic (MAG) or True
(TRUE).
Distance made good, in kilometers
(km), nautical miles (nm) or statute
miles (sm).
Navigation category
Display title
Bearing to waypoint
BTW
Distance to waypoint
DTW
Cross track error
XTE
Waypoint number/name
Latitude
Longitude
Course over ground
WPT
LAT
LON
COG
Speed over ground
SOG
Satellites tracked
Roll
Pitch
GPS SAT
ROLL
PITCH
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Indication
Function
Bearing to waypoint, in degrees.
Bearing reference of Magnetic (MAG) or
True (TRUE)
Distance to waypoint, in kilometers
(KM), nautical miles (NM) or statute
miles (SM).
Cross-track error, in kilometers (KM),
nautical miles (NM) or statute miles
(SM).
Waypoint number and name are shown.
Position in latitude.
Position in longitude.
Course over ground, in degrees.
Bearing reference in Magnetic (MAG) or
True (TRUE).
Speed over ground, in knots (KT), miles
per hour (MPH) or kilometers per hour
(KMH).
GPS satellites tracked.
Ship’s roll, in degrees.
Ship’s pitch, in degrees.
1. OPERATION
Environment category
Display title
Battery voltage
Minimum battery voltage
alarm
Indication
VOLTS
VOLTS LO
Time
-
Date
Water temperature
Air temperature
Air pressure
Humidity
Wind chill temperature
WATER
AIR
PRE
HUMID
CHILL
Dew point
DEW
Function
Battery voltage.
Set low battery voltage alarm.
Audio and visual alarms are
released when the battery
voltage goes lower than the
threshold value.
Current time, in 12-hour or
24-hour format.
Current date.
Water temperature, in °C or °F.
Air temperature, in °C or °F.
Air pressure, in Hectopascal.
Relative humidity, in percentage.
Wind chill temperature, in °C or
°F.
Dew point, in °C or °F.
Autopilot category
Display title
Rudder angle
Indication
RUDDER
Function
Rudder angle, in degrees either
P(ort) or S(tarboard).
Engine category
Display title
Trip fuel used
TOTAL
Indication
Fuel rate
RTE (L/H)
Engine RPM
RPM
Function
Total fuel consumption, in liters
or gallons.
Amount of fuel consumed in
hour, in liters/hour (L/H) or
gallons/hour (G/H).
Engine speed per minute.
Note: In case of multiple engines, the data of desired engine number
(max. eight, E0-E7) can be selected with the SELECT/CLEAR key.
Scrolling speed and scrolling direction
Display scrolling speed and direction can be changed by the length of
key push.
Short push: Scroll in forward order.
Medium push: Go back one display. Several beeps sound and then the
previous display appears.
Hold down: Rapid scrolling, in forward direction. Several beeps sound
and then speed is changed.
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1. OPERATION
1.5
Selecting Apparent or True Wind Angle,
Wind Speed
You can show wind angle and wind speed in apparent or true wind. The
apparent wind is the actual flow of air acting upon a sail, or the wind as
it appears to the sailor. True wind is the wind seen by a stationary observer in velocity and direction.
WIth a wind angle or wind speed indication displayed, press the APP/
TRUE key to change the wind angle or wind speed to apparent and true
alternately. A beep sounds after the change is completed. (Wind angle
and wind speed displays are mutually changed.) True wind requires boat
speed input. If there is no speed input three dashes appear.
APP
KT
5.0
HI
APP
TRUE
TRUE
135
HI
APP
TRUE
KT
HI
9.6
Apparent and true
wind speeds
1.6
APP
TRUE
157
HI
Apparent and true
wind angles
Resetting Counters and Indications
You can reset the following counters and indications:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Trip
Course made good
Distance made good
Average speed
Average SOG
Maximum speed
Maximum SOG
Average heading
Maximum true wind speed
Select the applicable display and press and hold down the SELECT/
CLEAR key. A short beep sounds, the counter or indication flashes twice
and then a long beep sounds to indicate that resetting is completed.
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1. OPERATION
1.7
Alarms
There nine conditions which trigger audio and visual alarms: Shallow
alarm, Deep alarm, Shallow anchor alarm, Deep anchor alarm, Max. true
wind speed alarm, Low true wind speed alarm, High apparent wind angle
alarm, low apparent wind angle alarm, and low battery voltage alarm.
1. Use the DISP and MODE keys to select desired alarm page, referring
to the illustration below for alarm location.
Display
category
Available alarms
DEPTH
DEEP
SHALLOW
020
Shallow alarm
WIND
TRUE
MAX
KT
ENVIRONMENT
5.0
Deep alarm
Shallow anchor
alarm
LO
38.9
10.0
150
TRUE
KT
APP S* HI
9.7
Max. true wind
speed alarm
DEEP
SHALLOW
Low true wind
speed alarm
Deep anchor
alarm
APP S* LO
12.2
5.4
High apparent
wind angle alarm
Low apparent
wind angle alarm
VOLTS
LO
9.0
Low voltage
alarm
*S (Starboard) or P (Port)
.
Alarm description
Alarm
Shallow alarm
Deep alarm
Shallow anchor alarm
Deep anchor alarm
Max. true wind speed
alarm
Low true wind speed
alarm
High apparent wind
angle alarm
Low apparent wind
angle alarm
Alarms released when;
depth is shallower than this
threshold.
depth is deeper than this
threshold.
anchor depth is shallower than
this threshold.
anchor depth is greater than
this threshold.
max. true wind speed is
greater than this threshold.
true wind speed is lower than
this threshold.
apparent wind angle is higher
than this threshold.
apparent wind angle is lower
than this threshold.
Setting range
0.0-303 m
0.1-304 m
depth is shallower than this
threshold.
depth is deeper than this
threshold.
0.1-999 kts
0-998 kts
S0°-S179° (High)
S180°-P1° (Low)
(S=Starboard, P=Port)
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1. OPERATION
Alarm description
Alarm
Low battery voltage
alarm
Alarms released when;
battery voltage is lower than
this threshold.
Setting range
5.0 - 20.0 volts
2. If the selected alarm page shows “Off,” press and hold down the
SELECT/CLEAR key until an alarm setting appears.
3. Press the APP/TRUE and SELECT/CLEAR keys together to enable
adjustment. The alarm setting starts flashing.
4. Press the APP/TRUE key to lower the setting; the SELECT/CLEAR
key to raise it.
Note: A low alarm cannot be set higher than its affiliated high (max.)
alarm.
5. Press the APP/TRUE and SELECT/CLEAR keys together to confirm
setting and restore normal operation.
When an alarm is violated, the buzzer sounds and the alarm icon (
)
flashes. You can silence the buzzer with the SELECT/CLEAR key. The
icon continues flashing until the offending alarm is disabled.
While the icon is flashing you can switch between alarm display and current display alternately by pressing the DISP and SELECT/CLEAR keys
together.
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1. OPERATION
1.8
Timers
Three timers are provided:
• Count-up timer (stopwatch)
• Count-down timer (two provided)
Time is displayed in seconds or minutes, depending on counter values.
Once you have set a timer, you can leave that page and select any other
display. The counter continues to run in the background.
Count-up timer
The count-up timer functions like a stop watch, counting time upward, to
99 hours, 99 minutes and 59 seconds.
Count-down timers
The two count-down timers count down from a time between 15 minutes
and one minute. When these timers have counted down to zero, they
then start counting up. The timers beep at preset intervals to alert you to
specific points in time.
•
•
•
•
Two beeps every minute
Three beeps at the start of the last 30 seconds
One beep/second for each of the last 10 seconds
Two-second beep at zero
How to set the timers
1. Press the MODE key to show the desired timer display.
00:00:00.0
UP
Count-up
timer
DOWN 1
15.0
Count-down
timer 1
DOWN 2
15.0
Count-down
timer 2
2. Do one of the following depending on timer type selected:
Count-up timer:
Press the SELECT/CLEAR key to start the timer. A long beep sounds
and the timer starts counting upward.
Count-down timer:
To start the timer from the time shown, press the SELECT/CLEAR
key. To set a different start time, press the APP/TRUE and SELECT/
CLEAR keys together to enable adjustment. Use the APP/TRUE key
to lower the value; SELECT/CLEAR key to raise it. Press the APP/
TRUE and SELECT/CLEAR keys together to confirm setting. Press
the SELECT/CLEAR key to start the timer.
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1. OPERATION
To stop or restart the timer, press the SELECT/CLEAR key momentarily. A short beep sounds when the timer is stopped or restarted.
To stop and reset the timer to start value, press the SELECT/CLEAR
key until you hear a long beep. The timer is stopped and reset to start
value.
The timer settings are reflected on any timer-equipped instrument in the
network which is set up for synchronization.
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2.
MAINTENANCE,
TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter provides the information necessary for keeping your equipment in good working order.
WARNING
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel should
work inside the equipment.
2.1
Preventive Maintenance
Following the recommended procedures below will help maintain performance.
Check item
Check point
Remedy
Cabling
Check that all cabling is
Reconnect if necessary. Replace if damaged.
securely fastened and is
free or rust and corrosion.
Cabinet
Dust on cabinet
Remove dust with a soft, lint-free cloth.
NOTICE
Do not apply paint, anti-corrosive
sealant or contact spray to coating
or plastic parts of the equipment.
Those items contain organic solvents
that can damage coating and plastic
parts, especially plastic connectors.
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2. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
2.2
Troubleshooting
If you feel the equipment is not functioning properly, follow the procedures in the table below to try to restore normal operation. If normal operation cannot be restored, do not attempt to check inside the cabinet.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
Display is
• Power supply
blank. Panel is • Cabling disconnected or
not lit.
damaged.
Power is on but
no or some
data.
Inaccurate data
• Check power supply.
• Check cabling.
Sensor is turned off.
• Turn on sensor.
Cable from sensor is disconnected • Check cabling.
or damaged.
• Electromagnetic field generating • Turn off all electromagnetic field
equipment is in operation.
generating equipment. Turn them on
and off one by one. Check the display. Relocate offending equipment
or this instrument as appropriate.
•
Check
cabling.
• Cabling from sensor is damaged.
• Sensor is improperly aligned
(where applicable).
14
Remedy
• Check installation. If installation is
proper, an offset may be applied to
certain data. For details, see section
1.7.
3.
INSTALLATION
NOTICE
Do not apply paint, anti-corrosive
sealant or contact spray to coating
or plastic parts of the equipment.
Those items contain organic solvents
that can damage coating and plastic
parts, especially plastic connectors.
3.1
Equipment Lists
Standard supply
(FI-504)
Name
Display Unit
Installation
Materials
Type
FI-504
CP26-00600
Code No.
000-011-744
Qty
1
1 set
Remarks
See packing list at end of
manual for details.
(FI-507)
Name
Display Unit
Installation
Materials
Type
FI-507
CP26-00800
Code No.
000-015-730
Qty
1
1 set
Remarks
See packing list at end of
manual for details.
Optional supply
Name
Cable Assy.
Flush Mount Kit
Junction Box
Smart Sensor
Type
FI-50-DROP-6M
FI-50-CHAIN-0.3M
FI-50-CHAIN-5M
FI-50-CHAIN-1M
FI-50-CHAIN-10M
FI-50-CHAIN-20M
FI-50-FLUSH-KIT
FI-507-FLUSH-KIT
FI-5002
DST-800
Code No.
001-105-810-10
001-105-820-10
001-105-840-10
000-166-950-11
001-105-850-10
001-105-860-10
000-010-619
000-015-722
000-010-765
000-168-850-10
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 set
Remarks
For FI-504
For FI-507
1 set
1
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3. INSTALLATION
3.2
Mounting
The display unit can be installed two ways: surface mount (fixed at front
panel or fixed from rear panel) and flush mount (optional kit required).
This section covers surface mounting. For flush mounting, see the flush
mounting instructions, issued separately.
Surface mount 1: Fix instrument from front panel
1. Using the applicable template at the back of this manual, open a
mounting hole in the installation site.
2. Detach the front panel together with the keypad assy. Attach sponge
(supplied) to rear of display unit.
3. Set the display unit to the mounting hole, and fix it with four self-tapping screws (3×20, supplied).
4. Attach the front panel and keypad assy. to the display unit.
Keypad Assy.
Sponge
Mounting
Hole
Front Panel
Self-tapping screw (3x20)
(ex. FI-504)
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3. INSTALLATION
Surface mount 2: Fix instrument from rear panel
1. Using the applicable template at the back of this manual, open a
mounting hole in the installation site.
2. Insert studs (M3×40, 2 pcs. (FI-504) or 4 pcs. (FI-507), supplied) in
the holes shown below. (Use only the studs supplied.)
Insert stud here.
(FI-507)
(FI-504)
Display unit, rear view
3. Set the display unit to the mounting hole, inserting studs through
respective holes. Fix the display unit with spring washers, flat washers and wing nuts (M3, supplied).
Flat Washer and
Spring Washer (M3)
Mounting
Hole
(ex. FI-504)
Stud (M3x40)
Wing Nut (M3)
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3. INSTALLATION
3.3
Wiring
For the service technician detailed information about CAN bus wiring is
on the FURUNO Tech-net. See “Furuno CAN bus Network Design
Guide” (TIE-00170-*).
3.3.1
Standalone configuration
For standalone configuration the junction box is not necessary; connect
the instrument directly to the power supply.
CAN bus Device
or
NMEA 2000 Sensor
FI-50-DROP-6M
Cable (6 m)
CAN bus
drop cable
–
Black
Display Unit
FI-504/507
(507 not shown)
3.3.2
+
Red
12 VDC
Multi-instrument configuration
FI-50-CHAIN
(0.3 m: Std, 1/5/10/20 m: Option)
DISP. UNIT
DISP. UNIT
FI-501/502/FI-503/FI-505/FI-506
FI-504/507
(Instruments can be connected
(507 not shown)
in any order.)
Instruments chained
as above
Instruments chained
as above
Power Cable (2 m)
Black
–
+
Red
Instruments chained as above
Instruments chained as above
Instruments chained as above
FI-50-DROP-6M Cable
(6 m, standard supply)
JUNCTION BOX
FI-5002
(optional supply)
CAN bus
Backbone Cable
(local supply)
FI-50X FI-50X FI-50X
JUNCTION BOX FI-5002
NOTE: The total length of drop cables and backbone cables must be within 80 m.
18
3. INSTALLATION
Junction box (option)
The junction box is required when connecting CAN bus network. This
section covers wiring of the junction box. For how to mount the junction
box, see its installation instructions, issued separately.
CN1
12VDC
CN3
CN4
DROP DROP
CN5
DROP
CN2
BACKBONE
12 VDC
FI-501/502/503/504/505/506/507
CAN bus
Device
Fix cable with cable
tie (supplied).
CH3 DROP - CH5 DROP and BACKBONE are socket-and-plug-type terminal blocks. Detach plug to connect wiring to it, by rocking it back and
forth with your fingers. Remove approx. 6 mm of the sheath from the end
of wires and twist wires. Loosen fixing screw in the plug, insert wire into
hole and tighten fixing screw. Set plug to socket.
Drain wire
White
Red
Blue
Black
Sheath
6mm
How to fabricate cable
Fixing screw
Hole for wire
Wire
Twist
How to insert wire
19
3. INSTALLATION
Terminal resistor
The illustration below show various system configurations and what units
to activate the terminal resistor.
Smart sensor+FI-50x
Smart
Sensor
FI-50x
Multiple FI-50 series instruments, FI-5002, drop cabling
FI-50x FI-50x FI-50x FI-50x
Drop cable
FI-5002
Multiple FI-50 series instruments, FI-5002
FI-50x FI-50x FI-50x FI-50x
FI-5002
Multiple FI-50 series instruments, multiple FI-5002
FI-50x FI-50x
FI-50x FI-50x
FI-50x FI-50x
FI-5002
FI-5002
FI-5002
Multiple FI-50 series instruments, FI-5002, smart sensor
Smart
Sensor
FI-50x FI-50x FI-50x
FI-5002
Multiple FI-50 series instruments, FI-5002, heading sensor, smart sensor
Heading
Sensor
(ex. SC-30)
NMEA 2000
Sensor
Smart
Sensor
FI-50x FI-50x
Terminator
Terminator
FI-5002
T-connector
T-connector
T-connector
Multiple FI-50 series instruments, FI-5002, NMEA 2000, CAN bus sensors
FI-50x FI-50x
CAN bus Device
or
NMEA 2000 Sensor
CAN bus Device
or
NMEA 2000 Sensor
Terminator
FI-5002
T-connector
= Terminal resistor ON
20
T-connector
3. INSTALLATION
Turn on the terminal resistor in the junction box when the FURUNO CAN
bus and/or NMEA 2000 sensor(s) connected to it do not have a terminal
resistor.
Terminal Resistor
OFF:
ON:
For how to turn on the terminal resistor in a FI-50 series instrument, see
paragraph 3.4.2 “Setup2 menu”.
3.4
Setting Up
Your instrument is pre-programmed with factory default settings, which
may or may not be suited to your vessel. Therefore, it is necessary to initialize the instrument for use with your vessel. This should be done immediately after completion of the installation.
Two sets of setup menus are provided: setup1 and setup2. The setup1
menu provides system parameters and the setup2 menu has user settings.
3.4.1
Setup1 menu
The setup1 menu contains system parameters which optimize the instrument for use on your vessel. Follow the procedure below to access and
set parameters.
1. Press the APP/TRUE and SELECT/CLEAR keys momentarily to
enable the setup1 menu. The Depth unit selection screen appears,
with the depth unit flashing. (See the illustration on the next page.)
2. Use the DISP key to select a menu item. Each press of the key
changes the menu item in the sequence shown in the illustration on
the next page.
21
3. INSTALLATION
.
DPTH M
DPTH
CAL
Depth unit
SPD
M
CAL
Speed unit resolution Speed offset
RES
CAL
TIMER
LOG NM
LOG unit
WIND
S
CAL
0
SPD
RES
HR
CAL
12
Time format
KT
CAL
Speed unit
SOG
RES
CAL
0
0
Speed response SOG response
KT
WINDADJ
CAL
CAL
1.0
F
Audio alarm Wind data selection Wind unit
enable/disable
Wind speed
adjustment
WSPDRES
HDG RES
HDG MAG
CAL
CAL
3
HDGLOCK
CAL
--- ---:--- --CAL
0
Local time
CAL
LOC
Wind angle offset Wind speed Heading reference Heading lock
response
TIME
SPD
CAL
WIND
CAL
3 On
ANGLE
RES
CAL
3
CAL
CAL
VMG response
DPT
Depth offset Shallow alarm lock Depth response
0.01 1.00
VMG
CAL
0.0 Off
SPD --- --- ---
CAL
SHWLOCK
CAL
TEMP
C
CAL
0
Heading response
W TEMP
CAL
0.0
Water temp. unit Water temp. offset
FUEL
L
CAL
Fuel unit
3. Use the APP/TRUE or SELECT/CLEAR key to set value or select
option.
VMG key: Decrement value
SELECT/CLEAR key: Increment value or select option.
4. To continue, press the DISP key to select another menu item.
5. To save settings and restore normal operation, press the APP/TRUE
and SELECT/CLEAR keys together.
22
3. INSTALLATION
Setup1 menu items
Display
DPTH
M
Function
Select depth unit.
CAL
DPTH
M
Set depth offset.
Setting range or
options
M (Meter),
FT (Feet)
Default
setting
M
-99 - +99
0.0
CAL
0.0
SHWLOCK
Lock/unlock shallow alarm setting. ON, OFF
OFF
Set depth response. The lower the 0 - 12
setting the faster the response to
change in depth.
3
CAL
OFF
DPT
RES
CAL
3
SPD
SPD
KT
Select speed unit.
KT (Knot),
KT
MPH (Miles/Hour),
KMH (Kilometers/Hour)
Select speed resolution. Select
number of places to show after
decimal point.
0.01, 0.1
0.01
Set speed adjustment.
(STW only)
0.30 - 2.50
1.00
Select log unit.
NM (Nautical Mile),
SM (Statute Mile),
KM (Kilometer)
NM
CAL
CAL
0.01
SPD --- --- --CAL
1.00
LOG NM
CAL
23
3. INSTALLATION
Setup1 menu items
Display
SPD
RES
CAL
0
SOG
RES
CAL
0
VMG
RES
CAL
3
TIMER
CAL
Setting range or
options
Set speed response. The lower the 0 - 12
setting the faster the response to
change in speed.
Default
setting
0
Set SOG response. The lower the 0 - 12
setting the faster the response to
change in speed over ground.
0
Set VMG response. The lower the 0 - 12
setting the faster the response to
change in velocity made good.
3
Enable/disable the timer alarm’s
audio alarm.
ON
Function
ON, OFF
On
WIND
CAL
Select source of wind data. Select F: For FI-5001 (Furuno
“r” for second unit.
Sensor), r: repeater
F
Select wind unit.
KT (Knot),
M/S (Meters/Second)
KT
Set wind speed
adjustment.
0.3 - 2.5
1.0
Set wind angle offset.
S 0° - 180°
P 1° - 179°
0
Set wind speed response.
The higher the setting the faster
the response to change in wind
speed.
0 - 12
3
F
WIND
KT
CAL
WINDADJ
CAL
1.0
ANGLE
S
CAL
0
WSPDRES
CAL
3
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3. INSTALLATION
Setup1 menu items
Display
HDG MAG
Function
Select true or magnetic bearing.
CAL
HDGLOCK
CAL
LOC
HDG RES
CAL
0
TIME
HR
Select heading type to display
when
activating locked heading.
Setting range or
options
MAG (Magnetic),
TRU (True
Default
setting
MAG
LOC (Locked),
CUr (Current)
LOC
Set heading response. The lower 0 - 12
the setting the faster the response
to change in heading.
0
Select time format.
12
12, 24 (hour)
CAL
12
--- ---:--- --CAL
0
TEMP
C
Use local time. Enter time differ-12 - +12
ence between local time and GMT
to use local time.
0
Select water temperature unit.
°C, °F
°C
Set water temperature
offset.
-99 - +99
0
Select fuel unit.
L (Liter),
G (Gallon)
L
CAL
W TEMP
CAL
0.0
FUEL
L
CAL
25
3. INSTALLATION
3.4.2
Setup2 menu
The setup 2 menu contains user settings which once preset do not require frequent adjustment.
1. Press and hold down the APP/TRUE and SELECT/CLEAR keys
together (about 5-6 seconds) to enable the user settings menu. The
software version of CPU1 appears. (See the illustration below.)
2. Press the DISP key to choose menu item. Each press of the key
changes the menu item in the sequence shown below.
*XXxx=program and program ver. nos.
Xxxxx*
Xxxxx*
KEYBEEP
A
CAL
Program ver. Program ver.
no. (CPU1) no. (CPU2)
SETUP
CAL
ON
Setup 1 menu
TIMER
CAL
ON
Timer
displays
A PILOT
CAL
ON
Autopilot
displays
rES
CAL
OFF
Terminal
resistor
WIND
CAL
ON
Wind
displays
ENGINE
CAL
ON
Engine
displays
Auto
brilliance
SYNCHRO
DEPTH
CAL
CAL
Synchronization
HEADING
CAL
ON
Heading
displays
DEMO
CAL
OFF
Demo
mode
CAL
ON
ON
Key
beep
ON
BRILL
ON
Depth
displays
NAVI
CAL
ON
Nav
displays
ALT
CAL
OFF
Alternating
displays
SPEED
CAL
ON
Speed
displays
ENVIRO
CAL
ON
Environment
displays
RESET
CAL
OFF
Restore factory
defaults
3. Use the SELECT/CLEAR key to select setting.
4. To continue, press the DISP key to select another item.
5. To save settings and restore normal operation, press the APP/TRUE
and SELECT/CLEAR keys together.
26
3. INSTALLATION
Setup2 menu items
Display
Xxxxx
Xxxxx
KEYBEEP
Setting range or
options
Function
Default
setting
Software version of CPU1.
X=program no. and
xxxx=program version no.
-
-
Software version of CPU2.
X=program no. and
xxxx=program version no.
-
-
Turn key beep on/off.
ON, OFF
ON
Auto brilliance on/off.
ON, OFF
ON
CAL
ON
A
BRILL
CAL
ON
ALT
CAL
OFF
SETUP
CAL
Enable/disable alternating
displays.
OFF
OFF
1: Depth/boat spd
2: Boat spd/water temp.
3: Depth/water temp.
4: Depth/boat spd/water temp.
5: Roll/pitch
6: Latitude/Longitude
Enable/disable access to the ON, OFF
ON
setup1 menu.
ON
rES
CAL
Turn the terminal resistor on/ ON, OFF
off.
OFF
Turn on/off synchronization of ON:
FI-50 series instruments.
Synchronize FI-50
instruments having this
setting.
OFF:
Turn off synchronization.
A:
Synchronize FI-50 instruments having this setting.
b:
Synchronize FI-50 instruments having this setting.
Turn depth displays on/off.
ON, OFF
ON
ON
Turn speed displays on/off.
ON
OFF
SYNCHRO
CAL
ON
DEPTH
CAL
ON
SPEED
ON, OFF
CAL
ON
27
3. INSTALLATION
Setup2 menu items
Display
TIMER
Turn timer displays on/off.
Setting range or
options
ON, OFF
Default
setting
ON
Turn wind displays on/off.
ON, OFF
ON
Turn heading displays on/off. ON, OFF
ON
Turn navigation displays
on/off.
ON, OFF
ON
Turn environmental displays
on/off.
ON, OFF
ON
Turn autopilot displays on/off. ON, OFF
ON
Turn engine displays on/off.
ON, OFF
ON
Demo mode. To enable,
press the SELECT/CLEAR
key. Depth is shown.
To disable and return to this
menu, press and hold down
the SELECT/CLEAR key.
Restore factory defaults.
To restore factory defaults,
press and hold down the
SELECT/CLEAR key to
show ON. Press the key
again. A beep sounds upon
completion.
ON, OFF
OFF
ON, OFF
OFF
Function
CAL
ON
WIND
CAL
ON
HEADING
CAL
ON
NAVI
CAL
ON
ENVIRO
CAL
ON
A PILOT
CAL
ON
ENGINE
CAL
ON
DEMO
CAL
OFF
RESET
CAL
OFF
28
FI-504 MULTI
SPECIFICATIONS OF
FI-504 MULTI
1
GENERAL
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Indication system
Brilliance
Contrast
Display Contents
1.5 Number of Port
1.6 Mount Method
2
JUNCTION BOX (OPTION)
2.1 Number of Port
2.2 Circuit Protection
3
12 VDC, less than 0.1 A
12 VDC, less than 1 A, max. 2A connectable
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
4.1 Useable Temperature Range
4.2 Relative Humidity
4.3 Waterproofing
Display Unit
Junction Box
4.4 Vibration
5
CAN bus Drop: 6 ports,
CAN bus Backbone: 2 ports
Reverse, short, over current
POWER SUPPLY AND POWER CONSUMPTION
3.1 Display Unit
3.2 Junction Box
4
Segment LCD
4 steps
3 steps
Depth, speed, wind speed, wind angle,
timer, environmental information (water
temperature, air temperature, air
pressure, dewpoint, wind chill
temperature), rudder angle
CAN bus, 2 ports
Surface or flush mount
-15°C - +55°C
Less than 95% (+40°C)
IP56
IPX0
- 2 Hz-5 Hz and up to 13.2 Hz with an
excursion of ±1 mm ±10% (7 m/s2
maximum acceleration at 13.2 Hz);
- above 13.2 Hz and up to 100 Hz with a
constant maximum acceleration of 7 m/s2
COATING COLOR
5.1 Display Unit
5.2 Junction Box
N2.5
N2.5
SP-1
E7269S01A1
FI-507 MULTI XL
SPECIFICATIONS OF
FI-507 MULTI XL
1
GENERAL
1.1
Indication system
Segment LCD
1.2
Brilliance
4 steps
1.3
Contrast
3 steps
1.4
Display contents
Depth, Ship’s speed, Wind speed/angle, Date, Time, Bearing
Environmental information*1, Navigational information,
Rudder angle, Engine information*2
1.5
Number of port
CAN bus: 2 port
1.6
Mount method
Surface or flush mount
*1) Battery voltage, date, time, water temperature, air temperature, air pressure, humidity,
wind chill temperature and dew point
*2) Fuel consumption, fuel efficiency and engine speed
2
JUNCTION BOX
2.1
Number of port
CAN bus drop: 6, CAN bus backbone: 2
2.2
Circuit protection
Reverse, short, over current
3
POWER SUPPLY
3.1
Main unit
12 VDC: 0.1 A
3.2
Junction box
12 VDC: 1 A
4
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION
4.1
Ambient temperature
-15°C to +55°C
4.2
Relative humidity
95% at 40°C
4.3
Degree of protection
Main unit
IP56
Junction box
IPX0
4.4 Vibration
- 2 Hz-5 Hz and up to 13.2 Hz with an excursion of
±1 mm ±10% (7 m/s2 maximum acceleration at 13.2
Hz);
- above 13.2 Hz and up to 100 Hz with a constant
maximum acceleration of 7 m/s2
5
COATING COLOR
5.1
Main unit
N2.5
5.2
Junction box
N2.5
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FURUNO Worldwide Warranty for Pleasure Boats (Except North America)
This warranty is valid for products manufactured by Furuno
Electric Co. (hereafter FURUNO) and installed on a pleasure
boat. Any web based purchases that are imported into other
countries by anyone other than a FURUNO certified dealer may
not comply with local standards. FURUNO strongly recommends
against importing these products from international websites as
the imported product may not work correctly and may interfere
with other electronic devices. The imported product may also be
in breach of the local laws and mandated technical requirements.
Products imported into other countries as described previously
shall not be eligible for local warranty service.
For products purchased outside of your country please contact
the national distributor of Furuno products in the country where
purchased.
This warranty is in addition to the customer´s statutory legal
rights.
Warranty repairs carried out by companies/persons other than a
FURUNO national distributor or a certified dealer is not covered
by this warranty.
6. Warranty Limitations
When a claim is made, FURUNO has a right to choose whether
to repair the product or replace it.
The FURUNO warranty is only valid if the product was correctly
installed and used. Therefore, it is necessary for the customer to
comply with the instructions in the handbook. Problems which
result from not complying with the instruction manual are not
covered by the warranty.
FURUNO is not liable for any damage caused to the vessel by
using a FURUNO product.
The following are excluded from this warranty:
1. Terms and Conditions of Warranty
FURUNO guarantees that each new FURUNO product is the
result of quality materials and workmanship. The warranty is
valid for a period of 2 years (24 months) from the date of the
invoice, or the date of commissioning of the product by the
installing certified dealer.
a.
Second-hand product
b.
Underwater unit such as transducer and hull unit
c.
Routine maintenance, alignment and calibration
services.
d.
Replacement of consumable parts such as fuses,
lamps, recording papers, drive belts, cables, protective
covers and batteries.
d.
Magnetron and MIC with more than 1000 transmitting
hours or older than 12 months, whichever comes first.
e.
Costs associated with the replacement of a transducer
(e.g. Crane, docking or diver etc.).
f.
Sea trial, test and evaluation or other demonstrations.
g.
Products repaired or altered by anyone other than the
FURUNO national distributor or an authorized dealer.
h.
Products on which the serial number is altered,
defaced or removed.
i.
Problems resulting from an accident, negligence,
misuse, improper installation, vandalism or water
penetration.
j.
Damage resulting from a force majeure or other natural
catastrophe or calamity.
k.
Damage from shipping or transit.
l.
Software updates, except when deemed necessary
and warrantable by FURUNO.
m.
Overtime, extra labour outside of normal hours such as
weekend/holiday, and travel costs above the 160 KM
allowance
n.
Operator familiarization and orientation.
2. FURUNO Standard Warranty
The FURUNO standard warranty covers spare parts and labour
costs associated with a warranty claim, provided that the product
is returned to a FURUNO national distributor by prepaid carrier.
The FURUNO standard warranty includes:
Repair at a FURUNO national distributor
All spare parts for the repair
Cost for economical shipment to customer
3. FURUNO Onboard Warranty
If the product was installed/commissioned and registered by a
certified FURUNO dealer, the customer has the right to the
onboard warranty.
The FURUNO onboard warranty includes
•
•
•
•
Free shipping of the necessary parts
Labour: Normal working hours only
Travel time: Up to a maximum of two (2) hours
Travel distance: Up to a maximum of one hundred
and sixty (160) KM by car for the complete journey
4. Warranty Registration
For the Standard Warranty - presentation of product with serial
number (8 digits serial number, 1234-5678) is sufficient.
Otherwise, the invoice with serial number, name and stamp of
the dealer and date of purchase is shown.
For the Onboard Warranty your FURUNO certified dealer will
take care of all registrations.
5. Warranty Claims
For the Standard Warranty - simply send the defective product
together with the invoice to a FURUNO national distributor.
For the Onboard Warranty – contact a FURUNO national
distributor or a certified dealer. Give the product´s serial number
and describe the problem as accurately as possible.
FURUNO Electric Company, March 1, 2011
FURUNO Warranty for North America
FURUNO U.S.A., Limited Warranty provides a twenty-four (24) months LABOR and twenty-four (24) months PARTS
warranty on products from the date of installation or purchase by the original owner. Products or components that are
represented as being waterproof are guaranteed to be waterproof only for, and within the limits, of the warranty
period stated above. The warranty start date may not exceed eighteen (18) months from the original date of purchase
by dealer from Furuno USA and applies to new equipment installed and operated in accordance with Furuno USA’s
published instructions.
Magnetrons and Microwave devices will be warranted for a period of 12 months from date of original equipment
installation.
Furuno U.S.A., Inc. warrants each new product to be of sound material and workmanship and through its authorized
dealer will exchange any parts proven to be defective in material or workmanship under normal use at no charge for a
period of 24 months from the date of installation or purchase.
Furuno U.S.A., Inc., through an authorized Furuno dealer will provide labor at no cost to replace defective parts,
exclusive of routine maintenance or normal adjustments, for a period of 24 months from installation date provided the
work is done by Furuno U.S.A., Inc. or an AUTHORIZED Furuno dealer during normal shop hours and within a radius
of 50 miles of the shop location.
A suitable proof of purchase showing date of purchase, or installation certification must be available to Furuno U.S.A.,
Inc., or its authorized dealer at the time of request for warranty service.
This warranty is valid for installation of products manufactured by Furuno Electric Co. (hereafter FURUNO). Any
purchases from brick and mortar or web-based resellers that are imported into other countries by anyone other than a
FURUNO certified dealer, agent or subsidiary may not comply with local standards. FURUNO strongly recommends
against importing these products from international websites or other resellers, as the imported product may not work
correctly and may interfere with other electronic devices. The imported product may also be in breach of the local
laws and mandated technical requirements. Products imported into other countries, as described previously, shall not
be eligible for local warranty service.
For products purchased outside of your country please contact the national distributor of Furuno products in the
country where purchased.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION
To register your product for warranty, as well as see the complete warranty guidelines and limitations, please visit
www.furunousa.com and click on “Support”. In order to expedite repairs, warranty service on Furuno equipment is
provided through its authorized dealer network. If this is not possible or practical, please contact Furuno U.S.A., Inc.
to arrange warranty service.
FURUNO U.S.A., INC.
Attention: Service Coordinator
4400 N.W. Pacific Rim Boulevard
Camas, WA 98607-9408
Telephone: (360) 834-9300
FAX: (360) 834-9400
Furuno U.S.A., Inc. is proud to supply you with the highest quality in Marine Electronics. We know you had several
choices when making your selection of equipment, and from everyone at Furuno we thank you. Furuno takes great
pride in customer service.
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タッピンネジ用穴 (4カ所)
For tapping screws (4 pcs.)
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FI-507 Surface Mount Template
FI-507 Flush Mount Temlete
FI-507 䊐䊤䉾䉲䊠䊙䉡䊮䊃↪ဳ⚕
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