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MARINE RADAR
FR-8062/8122/8252
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A : SEP . 2005
D3 : MAY 07, 2007
Pub. No. IME-35390-D3
(YOSH )
FR-8062/8122/8252
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
WARNING
Do not open the equipment
unless totally familiar with
electrical circuits and
service manual.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
ELECTRICAL
SHOCK
HAZARD
Wear a safety belt and hard
hat when working on the
antenna unit.
Serious injury or death can
result if someone falls from
the radar mast.
Construct a suitable service platform
from which to install the antenna unit.
Serious injury or death can result if someone falls from the radar mast.
Turn off the power at the mains switchboard before beginning the installation.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can
result if the power is left on or is applied
while the equipment is being installed.
CAUTION
Observe the following compass safe
distances to prevent deviation of a
magnetic compass.
Display unit
Antenna unit FR-8062 (24 rpm)
FR-8062 (48 rpm)
FR-8122
FR-8252
Power supply unit
Standard Steering
0.35 m
0.60 m
1.95 m
1.25 m
1.90 m
1.20 m
1.10 m
0.70 m
1.80 m
1.15 m
0.80 m
0.50 m
Radio Frequency
Radiation Hazard
The radar antenna emits electromagnetic
radio frequency (RF) energy which can be
harmful, particularly to your eyes. Never
look directly into the antenna aperture from
a close distance while the radar is in
operation or expose yourself to the transmitting antenna at a close distance.
Distances at which RF radiation levels of
100 and 10 W/m2 exist are given in the
table below.
Note: If the antenna unit is installed at a
close distance in front of the wheel house,
your administration may require halt of
transmission within a certain sector of
antenna revolution.
MODEL
Distance to
100 W/m2
point
Distance to
10 W/m2
point
FR-8062
XN-12A
(4')
1.2 m
FR-8062
XN-13A
(6')
1.1 m
FR-8122
XN-12A
0.2 m
2.3 m
FR-8122
XN-13A
0.2 m
1.6 m
FR-8252
XN-12A
0.4 m
4.6 m
FR-8252
XN-13A
0.4 m
3.1 m
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION................................................................................ iii
EQUIPMENT LISTS .............................................................................................. v
1. MOUNTING ................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1
1.2
1.3
Antenna Unit ........................................................................................................................ 1-1
Display Unit........................................................................................................................ 1-12
Power Supply Unit ............................................................................................................. 1-15
2. WIRING ......................................................................................................... 2-1
2.1
2.2
2.3
Standard Wiring ................................................................................................................... 2-1
Wiring the Power Supply Unit.............................................................................................. 2-2
Port for External Devices..................................................................................................... 2-4
3. SETTING UP THE EQUIPMENT................................................................... 3-1
3.1
3.2
Setting Language................................................................................................................. 3-1
Opening the Installation Menu............................................................................................. 3-2
4. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT.............................................................................. 4-1
4.1 ARP Kit ARP-11 ................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.2 External Monitor................................................................................................................... 4-3
4.3 Remote Display ................................................................................................................... 4-5
4.4 External Buzzer ................................................................................................................... 4-7
PACKING LIST, INSTALLATION MATERILS, SPARE PARTS ...................... A-1
OUTLINE DRAWINGS ...................................................................................... D-1
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAMS ....................................................................S-1
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
FR-8062/8122
ANTENNA UNIT
RSB-0073-085-XN12A/XN13A: FR-8062
RSB-0073-086-XN12A/XN13A: FR-8122
Auto Plotter
ARP-11
DISPLAY UNIT
RDP-150
(built in
display unit)
RGB
Gyro
Converter
AD-100
100/110/
115/220/
230 VAC, 1φ
Rectifier
RU-3423
12-24 VDC
Gyrocompass
Heading Sensor
PG-1000
NMEA
DEVICE
Remote
Display
NMEA
DEVICE
Commercial Monitor
(SVGA or better)
Category of units
Antenna unit: Exposed to weather
All other units: Protected from weather
External
Buzzer
OP03-136
: Optional equipment
iii
FR-8252
ANTENNA UNIT
RSB-0073-087-XN12A/XN13A
POWER SUPPLY UNIT
PSU-008
Auto Plotter
ARP-11
DISPLAY UNIT
RDP-150
(built in
display unit)
RGB
Gyro
Converter
AD-100
100/110/
115/220/
230 VAC, 1φ
Rectifier
RU-3423
12-24 VDC
Heading Sensor
PG-1000
NMEA
DEVICE
Remote
Display
NMEA
DEVICE
Commercial Monitor
(SVGA or better)
External
Buzzer
OP03-136
: Optional equipment
Category of units
Antenna unit: Exposed to weather
All other units: Protected from weather
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Gyrocompass
EQUIPMENT LISTS
Standard Supply
Name
Type
Code No.
Qty
XN12A-RSB-0073-085
-
FR-8062, 1255 mm, 48 rpm
XN13A-RSB-0073-085
-
FR-8062, 1795 mm, 48 rpm
XN12A-RSB-0073-086
-
XN13A-RSB-0073-086
-
XN12A-RSB-0073-087
-
FR-8252, 1255 mm, 24/48 rpm
XN13A-RSB-0073-087
-
FR-8252, 1795 mm, 24/48 rpm
Display unit
RDP-150
-
1
Power supply unit
PSU-008
-
1
For FR-8252
CP03-30801
008-552-960
1
For antenna unit
CP03-30700
000-090-471
10 m signal cable for
FR-8062/8122
CP03-30710
000-090-472
15 m signal cable for
FR-8062/8122
1
1
Installation
materials
Spare parts
Remarks
FR-8122, 1255 mm, 24/48 rpm
FR-8122, 1795 mm, 24/48 rpm
CP03-30720
000-090-473
20 m signal cable for
FR-8062/8122
CP03-30730
000-090-474
30 m signal cable for
FR-8062/8122
CP03-30500
000-083-620
10 m signal cable for FR-8252
CP03-30510
000-083-621
15 m signal cable for FR-8252
CP03-30520
000-083-622
CP03-30530
000-083-623
CP03-30900
000-090-464
SP03-15401
008-553-040
1
20 m signal cable for FR-8252
30 m signal cable for FR-8252
CP03-30901 & power cable for
display unit
1
15A fuse, 3pcs and 10A fuse,
3pcs
*: See lists on the back of this manual.
v
Optional Supply
Name
Type
Code No.
Remarks
External buzzer
OP03-136
000-086-443
See ch. 4.
Rectifier
RU-3423
000-030-443
For AC ship’s mains
Cable assy.
Auto plotter
Installation
materials
RGB kit
Remote
controller
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MJ-A7SPF0007-050C
000-144-418-10
w/7P plug at one end, 5m
MJ-A6SPF0003-050C
000-154-054-10
w/6P plug at one end, 5 m
MJ-A6SPF0007-100C
000-159-695-10
For compass, 10 m
MJ-B24LPF0008-100
000-145-125
10 m for remote display
MJ-B24LPF0008-200
000-145-126
20 m for remote display
MJ-B24LPF0008-300
ARP-11
CP03-31001
000-145-127
008-523-050
008-556-830
OP03-195
RCU-019
008-553-110
000-090-945
30 m for remote display
See ch. 4.
Installation materials for remote
display, see ch. 4.
See ch. 4.
With 5 m cable
1. MOUNTING
1.1 Antenna Unit
Mounting considerations
• The antenna unit is generally installed either on top of the wheelhouse or on the radar
mast on a suitable platform. Locate the antenna unit where there is a good all-round view.
Any obstruction will cause shadow and blind sectors. A mast for instance, with a diameter
considerably less than the horizontal beamwidth of the radiator, will cause only a small
blind sector, but a horizontal spreader or crosstrees in the same horizontal plane as the
antenna unit would be a much more serious obstruction; you would need to place the
antenna unit well above or below it.
• It is rarely possible to place the antenna unit where a completely clear view in all
directions is available. Thus, you should determine the angular width and relative bearing
of any shadow sectors for their influence on the radar at the first opportunity after fitting.
• To lessen the chance of picking up electrical interference, avoid where possible routing
the signal cable near other onboard electrical equipment. Also avoid running the cable in
parallel with power cables.
• A magnetic compass will be affected if the antenna unit is placed too close to it. Observe
the compass safe distances mentioned in the SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS to prevent
interference to a magnetic compass.
• Do not paint the radiator aperture, to ensure proper emission of the radar waves.
• When this radar is to be installed on larger vessels, consider the following points:
• The signal cable run between the antenna and the display units comes in lengths of
10 m, 15 m, 20 m and 30 m.
• Deposits and fumes from a funnel or other exhaust vent can adversely affect the
aerial performance and hot gases may distort the radiator portion. The antenna unit
must not be mounted where the temperature is more than 70°C.
As shown in the figure below, the antenna unit may be installed on the bridge, on a common
mast or on the radar mast.
(a) On bridge
(b) Common mast
(c) Radar mast
Mounting methods
1-1
1. MOUNTING
Mounting procedure
Referring to the outline drawing at the back of this manual, drill five holes in the mounting
platform: four holes of 15 mm diameter for fixing the antenna unit and one hole of 25-30 mm
diameter for the signal cable.
Fastening the radiator to the radiator bracket
For your reference, the antenna installation materials list appears in the packing list at the
back of this manual.
1. Remove the radiator cap from the radiator bracket.
2. Coat contacting surface between the antenna radiator and the radiator bracket with
silicone sealant as shown in the figure below.
RADIATOR BRACKET
(top view)
10mm
Coat hatched area with
silicone sealant.
Coating the antenna with silicone sealant
3.
4.
5.
6.
Coat threaded holes on the antenna radiator with silicone sealant.
Grease the O-ring and set it to the radiator bracket.
Lay the antenna radiator on the radiator bracket.
Coat the radiator fixing bolts (4 pcs.) with silicone sealant. Fasten the antenna radiator to
the radiator bracket with the radiator fixing bolts, flat washers and spring washers.
Antenna
radiator
O-ring
Radiator bracket
Flat washer
Spring washer
Hex head bolt
(M8x30)
Coat threaded
holes with silicone
sealant.
Coat bolts with
silicone sealant.
Fastening the radiator bracket to the antenna unit chassis
1-2
1. MOUNTING
Mounting the antenna unit
The antenna unit can be mounted using the fixing holes on the outside (200x200 mm) or
inside (140x150 mm) the antenna unit.
Using outside fixing holes of the antenna housing
Use the hex head bolts (supplied) to mount the antenna unit as below.
1. Lay the corrosion-proof rubber mat (supplied) on the mounting platform.
Rubber
mat
Location of rubber mat
2. Lay the antenna unit on the mounting platform, orienting it as shown in below.
BOW
STERN
Antenna unit
CAUTION
Do not lift the Antenna unit by the
radiator; lift it by the housing.
The radiator may be damaged.
1-3
1. MOUNTING
3. Insert four hex bolts (M12x60, supplied) and seal washers (Ф30, supplied) from the top
of the antenna housing, as shown below.
Hex bolt
Seal washer
Flat washer
Spring washer
Nut
Fixing the antenna unit chassis
4. Pass flat washers (M12, supplied), spring washers (M12, supplied) and nuts (M12,
supplied) onto hex bolts. Fasten by tightening nuts. Do not fasten by tightening the hex
bolts; seal washers may be damaged.
Seal washer
Rubber mat
Flat washer
Antenna
unit
Mounting
platform
Silicone
sealant
How to fasten antenna unit to mounting platform
5. Coat flat washers, spring washers, nuts and exposed parts of bolts with anticorrosive
sealant.
6. Prepare ground point on mounting platform (within 300 mm of ground terminal on
antenna unit) using M6x25 bolt, nut and flat washer (supplied).
7. Run the ground wire (RW-4747, 340 mm, supplied) between the ground terminal and
ground point.
1-4
1. MOUNTING
8. Coat ground terminal and ground point with silicone sealant as shown below.
Hex bolt
Flat washer
Ground
wire
Silicone
sealant
Flat washer
Spring washer
Hex nut
OR
GROUND
POINT
Hex nut
Spring washer
Flat washer
Hex nut
Ground
wire
Weld here.
GROUND
TERMINAL
Silicone
sealant
Ground
wire
antenna
unit
How to coat ground point and ground terminal with silicone sealant
1-5
1. MOUNTING
Using inside fixing holes of the antenna housing
This method requires removal of the RF unit in the antenna unit to access inside fixing
holes. Use hex head bolts, flat washers, spring washers and nuts (local supply) to mount
the antenna unit, confirming length of bolts.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Unfasten four antenna bolts on the cover to open the antenna unit.
Unfasten four screws on the RTB cover to remove it.
Unplug connector J827 and J834 on the RTB board.
Separate upper chassis from lower chassis by removing two hex head bolts (M8x25).
Remove RF unit by unfastening four hex head bolts.
Hex. bolt(M10X20)
Hex. bolt(M8X25)
J827, J834
Remove from cable clamp
Antenna unit, opened
7. Lay the corrosion-proof rubber mat (supplied) on the mounting platform.
8. Fasten the lower chassis to the mounting platform with hex head bolts, spring washers,
flat washers and nuts (local supply), and then coat flat washers, nuts and exposed parts
of bolts with silicone sealant. Cut a slit in the rubber bushing and insert bolt into the
bushing. Do not use seal washers.
9. Reassemble RF unit, cover and chassis.
10. Set four knob caps (supplied) into outside fixing holes.
11. Do steps 6-8 in “Outside fixing holes”.
1-6
1. MOUNTING
Connecting the signal cable
Only the signal cable runs from the display unit (power supply unit in case of FR-8252) to
the antenna unit. In order to minimize the chance of picking up electrical interference, avoid
where possible routing the signal cable near other onboard electrical equipment. Also, avoid
running the cable in parallel with power cables. Pass the cable through the hole and apply
sealing compound around the hole for waterproofing.
• Fabricating the signal cable
This type of signal cable is used with other models of radar. For this model, the following
fabrication is required.
1. Remove shrink tubing from the signal cable.
Remove shrink tubing.
2. Remove vinyl sheath approx. 50 mm.
Cut vinyl sheath approx. 50 mm.
Vinyl sheath
Braided shield
3. Wrap vinyl tape at the end of the vinyl sheath.
Vinyl tape
1-7
1. MOUNTING
• Connecting the signal cable
1. Open the antenna cover by loosening four bolts, and then fix the stay.
Cable entry
RTB board cover
Antenna unit chassis, cover opened
2. Unfasten the cable gland assembly (plate, gasket, flat washer). The plate may be
discarded.
3. Pass the signal cable with connector through the bottom of the antenna unit chassis.
Pass the cable through the gland assembly as shown below.
Gasket support
Gasket
Flat washer
Cable entry
Passing the signal cable through the cable gland assembly
4. Fasten the gasket support with four bolts. Using one of the four bolts, fasten the
crimp-on lug to the shield wire.
1-8
1. MOUNTING
5. Fasten the shielded part of the signal cable with shield clamp (installation material) as
shown below.
Shield clamp
Signal cable
Fix shield wire with bolt.
Gasket support
Cable Entry
How to fix signal cable in cable gland
6. Unfasten four screws to remove the RTB board cover.
7. Connect the plugs of the signal cable to the RTB board.
FR-8062, FR-8122: J821, J823, J824, J822
FR-8252:
J821, J823, J824, J820
RTB board
J820
J823
J822
J824
J821
Connecting to the RTB board
8. Reattach the RTB board cover.
1-9
1. MOUNTING
9. Attach three EMI cores to the signal cable as shown below.
EMI Core RFC-13 (2 pcs) EMI Core RFC-H13 (1 pc)
Antenna unit chassis, cover opened
10. Fix the signal cable with the cable clamp as follows.
a) Dismount the cable clamp plate and remove clamp and gasket.
Remove gasket.
Cable clamp plate
Remove clamp.
1-10
1. MOUNTING
b) Run the signal cable as shown below.
c) Fix the signal cable with cable clamp as shown below.
Cable clamp
RTB board cover
Top view
11. Release the stay and close the cover. Loosely fasten the antenna bolts; you will have to
make some adjustments inside after completion of wiring.
Note: When closing the cover, set the gaskets to grooves in the bottom chassis, then
tighten bolts.
BOTTOM
CHASSIS
GROOVE
GASKET
ANTENNA BOLT
Torque : 9.8 ±0.1 N . m
1-11
1. MOUNTING
1.2 Display Unit
The display unit can be mounted on a tabletop, on the overhead or flush mounted in a
console or panel.
Mounting considerations
When selecting a mounting location for the display unit, keep the following in mind:
• Keep the display unit out of direct sunlight.
• The temperature and humidity at the mounting location should be moderate and stable.
• Locate the unit away from exhaust pipes and vents.
• The mounting location should be well ventilated.
• Mount the unit where shock and vibration are minimal.
• Keep the unit away from electromagnetic field generating equipment such as motors and
generators.
• For maintenance and checking purposes, leave sufficient space at the sides and rear of
the unit and leave slack in cables. Minimum recommended space is shown in the outline
drawing for the display unit.
• A magnetic compass will be affected if the display unit is placed too close to it. Observe
the compass safe distances shown in the SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS to prevent
disturbance to the magnetic compass.
1-12
1. MOUNTING
Mounting procedure
Tabletop mounting
Follow the procedure below to mount the display unit on a tabletop.
1. Fix the hanger by using four self-tapping screws (5x20).
2. Screw knob bolts in display unit, set it to the hanger, and tighten the knob bolts.
Fix with four self-tapping screws.
Hanger
Knob
Mounting dimensions of display unit
Overhead mounting
Note: For the overhead mounting, reinforce the mounting location and secure the hanger,
with bolts, nuts and washers (local supply).
Attach two rubber cushions to the display unit as shown in the figure below. Then fix the unit
with hanger.
Remove paper tape and attach.
Match the centers.
Rubber cushion
Match the edges.
1-13
1. MOUNTING
Flush mounting
1. Prepare a cutout in the mounting location whose dimensions are as shown below.
2. Detach two rubber cushions from the display unit.
3. Insert the flush mounting sponge and four threaded rods from the rear side of the display
unit, and then set the display unit to the mounting location.
4. Fix the display unit by using four wing nuts from the rear side of the display unit.
200±0.5
292±1
Detach two rubber cushions.
Threaded rod
Wing nut
282±1.0
303±0.5
Flush mounting sponge
CUTOUT DIMENSIONS
Flush mounting of display unit
1-14
4-φ5
1. MOUNTING
1.3 Power Supply Unit
A power supply unit is shipped with the FR-8252, because of its high power consumption.
The power supply unit can be installed almost anywhere provided the location is dry,
well-ventilated, sufficient maintenance space is provided and is installed within 5 m (cable
length) from the display unit. To fix the unit, use four self-tapping screws (5x20).
Note: Do not install the power supply unit on the overhead; install it on the deck or
bulkhead.
13
22.5
333
370 ± 0.5
288
77
8
260
239
190 ± 0.5
2 - R3
FIXING NOTCH
#200
2-φ6
FIXING HOLES
#100
GND TERMINAL
#: Service space
CABLE ENTRY
Power supply unit
1-15
1. MOUNTING
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1-16
2. WIRING
2.1 Standard Wiring
FR-8062/8122
FR-8252
Antenna unit
RSB-0073
Antenna unit
RSB-0073
RW-9771
(10/15/20/30m)
MJ-B24LPF0012-xxx
(10/15/20/30m)
Power supply unit
PSU-008
VL3P-VV-S2X2C-AA050
(5m)
MJ-B24LPF0011-050 (5m)
12-24 VDC
NMEA device
MJ-A7SPF0007-050C
NMEA device
MJ-A7SPF0007-050C
Heading sensor
MJ-A6SPF0003-050C
MJ-A6SPF0007-100C
Display unit
RDP-150
External buzzer, MJ-A7SPF0007-050C
PC
MJ-A3SPF0018-050ZC
(5m)
12-24 VDC
2-1
2. WIRING
2.2 Wiring the Power Supply Unit
Cabling
1. Unfasten four screws to remove the cable clamp.
2. Unfasten four screws to remove the cover.
3. Attach the connectors of three cables as shown in the figure below.
POWER Board 03P9419
J11
V
H
2
J4
J13
V
H
4
V
H
5
J3
J1 3P
V
H
9
VL3P-VV-S2X
2C-AA050
cable
(to 12-24 VDC)
J5
N
H
13
J12
V
H
1
0
J14
N
H
1
4
Ground
terminal
MJ-B24
LPF0011-050
cable
(to display unit)
Antenna cable
RW-9771
(03S9771)
4. Lay three cables in respective slots referring to the figure above.
5. Reattach the cover and the cable clamp.
6. Connect a ground wire (local supply, IV-2sq) between the ground terminal and ship’s
ground.
2-2
2. WIRING
Jumper block, slide switch setting
The jumper block JP1 and slide switch S112 on the PWR board (03P9419) must be set
according to radar model. Open the unit, locate JP1 and S112 and set them as below.
Jumper block JP1
("short" for FR-8252 radar;
remove dummy connector and
attach connector assy.
XH2P-L40-ACR.)
Slide switch S112
(Upward position
for FR-8252)
FR-8252
S
S112
T
MODEL1964C
Power supply unit, inside view
Jumper block, slide switch
JP1
Function
Enables/disables motor slow start circuit.
Setting
Short (disable)
S112
TUNE voltage selector (0-12 V, 0-32 V)
Upward position
(0-12 V)
Power requirement, replacement of fuses
Power requirement
The power for the power supply unit and display unit must be drawn from the same power
switch on the power terminal board.
Replacement of fuses
The power supply unit is shipped with a 15 A fuse(for connection to 12 VDC battery).
Replace the fuse with a 7 A (supplied) when the ship’s battery is 24 VDC.
2-3
2. WIRING
2.3 Port for External Devices
External equipments can be connected here as shown below.
NMEA1(7P)
NMEA2(7P)
NMEA sentence
device
NMEA sentence
device
HDG (6P)
Heading sensor
PC/EXT-BUZZER
(7P)
External buzzer,
PC, etc.
This equipment can receive the following NMEA 0183 format sentences from other
equipment. You will need the optional NMEA cable to connect with external equipment.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Course:
Waypoint
Heading (True):
Heading (Magnetic):
Ship’s speed:
Date:
Time:
Own ship’s position:
Depth:
Wind speed and angle*3:
Water temperature:
VTG> RMC
Range: BWR> BWC> RMB, Bearing: BWR> BWC (> RMB*1)
HDT> VHW> HDG*2> HDM*2> VHW*2
HDG> HDM> VHW> HDT*2> VHW*2
Over ground: VTG>RMC> VHW, Through water: VHW
ZDA
ZDA
GNS>GGA>RMC> GLL
DPT>DBT
True: MWV>VWT, Relative: MWV>VWR
MTW
*1: Available when true bearing.
*2: Variation data is required.
*3: True or Relative is changed with menu.
2-4
3. SETTING UP THE EQUIPMENT
3.1 Setting Language
At the first power application after installation, choose a language as follows.
1. Press /BRILL key to turn the power on.
“Now Initializing…” appears and after a while the window below appears.
Language
Language
Language
Language
Language
Language
Language
Language
Language
Language
Language
Language
English
Francais
Espanol
Deutsch
Italiano
Portugues
Dansk
Svensk
Norsk
Chinese
Japanese
Thai
2. Rotate the trackball to choose language desired and press the ENTER key.
The confirmation window appears.
Language English OK?
Yes
No
Changes with language chosen.
3. Choose Yes and press the ENTER key.
3-1
3. SETTING UP THE EQUIPMENT
3.2 Opening the Installation Menu
After you have installed the equipment, set it up as follows.
1. Press the MENU key. The main menu appears on the screen.
2. Rotate the trackball downward to choose Installation. The installation menu appears in
gray to right side of the screen.
3. While pressing down the CANCEL/HL OFF key, press the MENU key five times to
activate the Installation menu.
Menu
Mark
Custom 1
Custom 2
Custom 3
Tuning
GPS Buoy
Target
ARP
AIS
GPS
System
Initial
Factory
Installation
Sector Blank 1**
Installation
Language
Purpose
Type
View Position
Input Source
Antenna Height
Heading Adjust
Manual Timing Adjust
Tuning Initial Adjust
Manual MBS Adjust
Video Initial Adjust
Auto Installation Setup**
Antenna Rotation
Local Time Offset
Total TX Time*
Total On Time*
Memory Clear*
: English
: Sea
: 8062
: Center
: Main
:5m
: 0°
:
0
: 0
: 0
: Rotate
: - 0.1 H
: 000000.5 h
: 000000.6 h
[ENTER]: Enter [CANCEL/HL OFF]: Back
[MENU]: Exit
* : Displayed when scrolled.
** : Set the Section Blank to "Off" in order to
execute Auto Installation Setup in the
Installation menu.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Press the ENTER key. The highlighted cursor appears in the Installation menu.
Rotate the trackball downward or upward to choose an item in the Installation menu.
Press the ENTER key to show setting window.
Rotate the trackball downward or upward to choose an option.
Press the ENTER key to confirm setting.
Finally, press the MENU key to close the main menu.
Basic Settings
Language: Choose an appropriate language.
Purpose: Choose the purpose of this radar among River, Sea and IEC. The default setting
is Sea.
River: To use this radar on a river.
Sea: To use this radar on high seas.
IEC: To use this radar as the type approved radar.
Type: Choose type of this radar among 8062 (6 kW radar), 8122 (12 kW radar) and 8252
(25 kW radar) to agree with the specifications of the antenna unit. The default setting
is 8062. Unsuitable setting may result in malfunction.
3-2
3. SETTING UP THE EQUIPMENT
View Position: Choose the operating position for this radar among Left, Left-Center, Center,
Right-Center and Right to view echo colors correctly. The default setting is Center.
Left: When operating this radar at the left side.
Left-Center: When operating this radar at the left-center side.
Center: When operating this radar at center position.
Right-Center: When operating this radar at the right-center side.
Right: When operating this radar at the right side.
Approx. angle of the view position as follows.
LCD screen
30° 0°
Left
Center
15°
Left-Center
30°
Right
15°
Right-Center
Note: The radar echo and trail echo are adjusted by the View Position. The
characters are not adjusted. This setting is also reflected on an external monitor
(option).
Input Source: Choose the input source between Main and Sub. The default setting is Main.
Main: When using this display unit as main radar.
Sub: When using this display unit as sub display. For Sub, the “Video Initial
Adjust” is required (page 3-6).
Antenna Height: Set the height of the antenna above the water surface among 5, 10, 15,
20, 30, 40 and 50 m. The default setting is 15 m.
Antenna Rotation: “Rotate,” the default setting, stops transmission when the antenna is
not rotating. “Stop” transmits radar pulses without rotating the antenna.
Local Time Offset: To display local time on the screen, set the time difference from the
UTC.
Memory Clear: Restore the default settings. However, Purpose, Type, View Position and
Input Source are not restored.
Heading Adjustment
You have mounted the antenna unit facing straight ahead in the direction of the bow.
Therefore, a small but conspicuous target dead ahead visually should appear on the
heading line (zero degrees).
In practice, you will probably observe some small error on the display because of the
difficulty in achieving accurate initial positioning of the antenna unit. The following
adjustment will compensate for this error.
1. Set ship’s heading toward a suitable target (for example, ship or buoy) at a range
between 0.125 and 0.25 nautical mile.
3-3
3. SETTING UP THE EQUIPMENT
2. Transmit the radar at 0.25 nm range and measure the bearing of that target relative to
ship’s heading with an EBL.
3. Open the Installation menu, and choose Heading Adjust.
4. Press the ENTER key to show the HEADING ADJUST window.
S
0°
S
(0 ° ∼ 359 °)
5. Rotate the trackball upward or downward to set the value measured at the step 2 above.
Confirm that the target shows dead ahead on the screen.
6. Press the ENTER key to conclude the setting.
Auto Installation Setup
When this item is executed, the tuning, timing, video and MSB are automatically adjusted.
Note: Before executing this procedure, confirm that Sector Blank 1 and Sector Blank 2 are
off.
1. Transmit the radar at 48 nm range.
2. Choose Auto Installation Setup from the installation menu and press the ENTER key.
3. Rotate the trackball to choose Yes, and then press the ENTER key.
Automatically, the tune adjustment begins, indicating “Tuning adjusting….” Then, the timing
adjustment, video adjustment and MSB adjustment are executed automatically, indicating
“Timing adjusting…”, “Video adjusting…”, and “MSB adjusting…” in that order. After the
adjustment is completed, the window disappears.
If you are not satisfied with the result of the Auto Installation Setup, execute Manual Timing
Adjust, Tuning Initial Adjust, Manual MSB Adjust and Video Initial Adjust as follows.
Tuning Initial Adjust
1.
2.
3.
4.
Transmit the radar at 48 nm range.
Open the Installation menu, and choose Tuning Initial Adjust.
Press the ENTER key to show the setting window.
Rotate the trackball to choose Yes, and then press the ENTER key. The tune
adjustment begins, indicating “Tuning adjusting….” After the adjustment is completed,
the window disappears.
3-4
3. SETTING UP THE EQUIPMENT
Manual Timing Adjust
This adjustment ensures proper radar performance, especially on short ranges. The radar
measures the time required for a transmitted echo to travel to the target and return to the
source. The received echo appears on the display based on this time. Thus, at the instant
the transmitter is fired, the sweep should start from the center of the display (sometimes
called sweep origin.)
A trigger pulse generated in the display unit goes to the antenna unit through the signal
cable to trigger the transmitter (magnetron). The time taken by the signal to travel up to the
antenna unit varies, depending largely on the length of signal cable. During this period the
display unit should wait before starting the sweep. When the display unit is not adjusted
correctly, the echoes from a straight local object (for example, a harbor wall or straight pier)
will not appear with straight edges – namely, they will be seen as “pushed out” or “pulled in”
near the picture center. The range of objects will also be incorrectly shown.
(1) Target pulled
(2) Correct
(3) Target pushed outward
Examples of improper and correct sweep timing
1. Transmit on the shortest range and confirm that gain and A/C SEA are properly
adjusted.
2. Visually select a target which forms a straight line (harbor wall, straight piers).
3. Open the Installation menu and choose Manual Timing Adjust.
4. Press the ENTER key to show the setting window.
5. Rotate the trackball to straighten the target selected at step 2, and then press the
ENTER key to finish.
3-5
3. SETTING UP THE EQUIPMENT
Manual MBS Adjust
Main bang (black hole), which appears at the display center on short ranges, can be
suppressed as follows.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Transmit the radar on the short range.
Open the Installation menu and choose Manual MBS Adjust.
Press the ENTER key to show the setting window.
Rotate the trackball to suppress main bang (between 0 and 255).
Press the ENTER key to finish.
Video Initial Adjust
After completing Auto Installation Setup, you can fine tune the video signal.
1. Transmit the radar and set as follows.
Gain: one o’clock
A/C Sea: zero
A/C Rain: zero
Echo Average: Off
Noise Rejecter: Off
Interference Rejecter: Med.
2. Open the Installation menu and choose Video Initial Adjust.
3. Press the ENTER key to show the setting window.
4. Rotate the trackball to adjust the video so that the white noise slightly appears. The
setting range is 0 to 31. The greater the value, the higher the gain.
5. Press the ENTER key to finish.
Note: If the display unit is used as a Sub-display, set the “Input Source” to “Sub” and
perform the Video Initial Adjust as mentioned above so that the echo presentation on
the sub-display is the same as that on the main display.
3-6
4. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
4.1 ARP Kit ARP-11
The ARP kit provides automatic radar plotter functions to this radar.
Necessary parts
Name:
ARP kit
Type:
ARP-11
Code no.: 008-523-050
Contents of ARP kit
Name
ARP Board
Pan head screw
Spacer*
Spring washer*
Type
18P9013
M3x6 C2700W
SQ9
SQ15
M3 C5191W
Code No.
008-559-080
000-163-189-10
000-159-320-10
000-159-299-10
000-864-204
Qty
1
4
1
3
3
*Not used
1. Unscrew all connector nuts at the rear of the display unit.
2. Unfasten all screws to remove the display cover.
03P9415
03P9413
Removing the display unit cover
3. Disconnect the printed circuit board 03P9415 and 03P9413.
Before disconnecting the 03P9413, disconnect J601 and J604 at the back of the board.
4-1
4. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
4. Mount the ARP board, mating with connectors and fixing it with four screws at the
location as shown in the figure below.
ARP board
5. Remount 03P9415 and 03P9413 at original position and display cover.
Note: After connecting the harness to J601 on 03P9413, bend the harness so that it does
not touch the parts on ARP board.
03P9413
J601
ARP board
Shall not touch.
4-2
4. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
4.2 External Monitor
You can display the radar image on an external monitor which accepts industrial standard
VGA input using the optional RGB kit OP03-195. Supply monitor and interconnection cable
(with HD-15P connectors of male, three rows of 15 pins) locally.
Necessary parts for external monitor
Name:
RGB kit
Type:
OP03-195
Code No.: 008-553-110
Name
Type
Code No.
RGB board
03P9492
008-553-680
Flat cable
SML2SC34-4X50BDP.5S4
000-155-457
Cable assy
15SDS/XHP10-005
000-144-511
EMI core
RFC-6
000-144-132-10
Qty
1
1
1
1
1. Unscrew all connector nuts at the rear of the display unit.
2. Unfasten all screws to remove the display cover.
3. Disconnect the printed circuit board 03P9415 and 03P9413.
Before disconnecting the 03P9413, disconnect J601 and J604 at the back of the board.
4. Mount the RGB board with two screws and connect the flat cable at the location shown
in the figure below.
Flat cable
RGB board
5. Remount 03P9415 and 03P9413 at their original locations and display cover.
4-3
4. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
6. Detach LCD panel from the above assembly. Be sure to disconnect the connector and
flat cables.
7. Connect the cable assy. 15SDS/XHP10-005 to the rear side of the RGB board.
8. Fix the shield wire of the cable assy. with a screw used to fix the RGB board.
9. Attach the EMI core RFC-1 to the cable assy. closely to the connector.
10. Pass the signal cable through the hole shown below and then pass it through the
“OPTION” port at the rear of the display unit..
RGB board (opposite side)
Fix shield wire with
a RGB board fixing bolt.
Attach EMI core closely
to the connector.
RGB cable assy.
Pass cable through here.
11. Reassemble the display unit and cover the hole with soft putty to seal.
12. Fix the EMI core RFC-6 to the cable closely to the display unit.
4-4
4. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
4.3 Remote Display
The FURUNO Display Unit FMD-811, MODEL1832 or GD-280/380, etc. can be connected
to this radar as a sub display. The display unit RDP-150 also can be used as a sub display.
To interconnect them, use optional cable MJ-B24LPF0008-100/200/300 (see page iv). Also,
the EMI core (option) should be attached to the remote display cable to prevent noise.
Installation materials for remote display (Type: CP03-31001、Code number: 008-556-830)
Name
Type
Code no.
Qty
1 EMI core
RFC-H13
000-146-570-10
1
2 Cable clamp
CK-13H
000-102-947-10
1
3 Cable-tie
CV-100N
000-162-167-10
2
4 Cable-tie
CV-150N
000-162-186-10
1
1. Unscrew all connector nuts at the rear of the main display unit.
2. Unfasten all screws to remove the display cover.
3. Pass the signal cable from the “OPTION” port at the rear of the display unit through the
hole shown in the figure below and then connect it to the SPU board.
4. Fix the shield wire with a screw used to fixed the SPU board.
5. Attach the EMI core RFC-H13 on the signal cable.
6. Attach cable clamp and fix the cable as shown below.
90 mm
Cable clamp
Remote display cable
EMI core
RFC-H13
Attach cable-tie approx. 90 mm from the end of
cable and attach EMI core.
Fix the EMI core with cable-tie CV-100.
4-5
4. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
7. Fix the signal cable to the spacer of the FIL board with a cable tie CV-150N.
Fix the cable to the spacer of FIL board
with cable-tie.
8. Reassemble the display unit.
4-6
4. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
4.4 External Buzzer
The optional external buzzer provides a louder alert when an alarm is violated.
External buzzer
Type: OP03-136
Code no.: 000-086-443
Further, you need the optional cable assy. MJ-A7SPF0007-050C (w/7P connector, 5 m,
code no. 000-154-028-10).
1. Attach the MJ-A7SPF0007-050C cable assy. (option) to the PC/EXT-BUZZER port at the
rear of the display unit.
2. Cut off the XH connector and cable itself (as necessary) at the end of the external
buzzer cable.
3. Solder the cables made at step 2 to the MJ-A7SPF0007-050C cable as shown below.
Red
Soldering
MJ-A7SPF0007-050C
External buzzer
Black
Other wires should be cut off,
and wrap here with vinyl tape.
Connection of external buzzer and display unit
using cable assy. type MJ-A7SPF0007-050C cable
4. Attach the buzzer to the mounting location with double-sided tape or two self-tapping
screws (3x15 or 3x20, local supply).
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4. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
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NAME
DOCUMENT
000-153-768-1*
J32-00501-*
000-161-509-1*
C32-00601-*
000-154-025-10
1
1
Q'TY
(*1)
1
1
1
1
1
CP03-30900
**
MJ-A3SPF0018-050ZC
008-554-600-00
CP03-30902
008-553-050-00
CP03-30901
008-553-040-00
SP03-15401
000-090-462-00
RDP-150-J/E
DESCRIPTION/CODE №
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(*1) MARKED DOCUMENTS ARE FOR JAPANESE SET ONLY.
コ-ド番号末尾の[**]は、選択品の代表コードを表します。
CODE NUMBER ENDING WITH "**" INDICATES THE CODE NUMBER OF REPRESENTATIVE MATERIAL.
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D-2
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D-3
Y. Hatai
D-4
Y.Hatai
D-5
1
2
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12-24 VDC
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230VAC 50/60Hz,1φ
1
2
A
整流器 24V
RECTIFIER + 5
RU-3423 - 6
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*1
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3
*4
10A:24V
MJ-A3SPFZ
15A:12V
1
シロ WHT
2
クロ BLK
3
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19S1004,0.5m
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
*5
MJ-B24LPF0008-100/200/300,
10/20/30m,φ11.4
SVGAモニター
SVGA MONITOR
副指示器
REMOTE DISPLAY
*1
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D-SUB 15P
NMEA
入出力機器
DEVICE
MJ-A7SPF0007-050C,
5m,φ7
NMEA
入出力機器
DEVICE
MJ-A7SPF0007-050C,
5m,φ7
B
GYRO
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SELECT
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アオ
キ
ミド
アカ
クロ
*4
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WHT
1
BLU
2
YEL
3
GRN
4
RED
5
BLK
6
7
*4
MJ-A7SPF
シロ WHT
1
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2
キ YEL
3
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4
5
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6
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7
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MJ-A6SPF0003-050C,5m,φ6 シロ WHT
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キ YEL
MJ-A6SPF0007
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ミド GRN
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10m,φ6
PG-1000
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AD-100
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R
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G
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GND
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TD2-B
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RD2-C
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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10
11
20
14
15
2
8
7
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TRU_HD
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DP_BP
GND
PR_TRIG
GND
VIDEO
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キ (太)
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クロ(太)
RED(B)
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WHT(B)
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アオ
BLU
GRN
ミドリ
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1
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2
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3
GND
4
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5
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6
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7
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8
P/L-B
9
NC
VH4P
SPU 03P4911
HDG
1
2
3
4
5
6
空中線部 ANTENNA UNIT
RSB-0070/RTR-085(24RPM):FR-8062
RSB-0073/RTR-085(48RPM):FR-8062
RSB-0073/RTR-086(24/48RPM):FR-8122
指示部
DISPLAY UNIT
RDP-150
RGB 03P9429
DATA-H/HDG-H
DATA-C/HDG-C
CLK-H
CLK-C
NC
SHIELD
S-1
4
9
1
17
5
シロ
WHT
アオ(太)
BLU(B)
クロ
BLK
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18
22
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キミドリ(太)
PPL
L-GRN(B)
19
3
4
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アカ
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PNK(B)
RED
GRY(B)
24
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ORG
21
16
6
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キ
YEL
13
12
23
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ダイ(太)
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B4P-VH
1
BP
2
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3
HD.
4
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1
TUNE-IND.
2
MOTOR3
NC
4
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5
MBS-L
6
MOTOR+
7
NC
8
GND
9
NC
10
NC
11
GND
12
VIDEO
13
TUNE-CONT
VH2P J822
1
-12
2
+12
GRN(B)
ORG(B)
*3
RTB 03P9405A
RW-4747
PC/EXT-BUZZER
リモートコントローラ
MJ-A7SPF
MJ-A7SPF0007-050C,
シロ WHT
1 SD
REMOTE CONTROLLER
*2 5m,φ7
アオ BLU
2 RD
RCU-019
外部ブザー
EXT. BUZZER
OP03-136
*2
注記
C
*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)
*5)
造船所手配。
オプション。
シールドは両端で完全にアースする。
コネクタは工場にて取付済み。
EMIコアを取り付ける。
NOTES
*1. SHIPYARD SUPPLY
*2. OPTION
*3. GROUND SHIELD EFFECTIVELY AT BOTH ENDS.
*4. FITTED AT FACTORY.
*5. ATTACH EMI CORES.
アカ RED
クロ BLK
キ
ミド
アカ
クロ
YEL
GRN
RED
BLK
3
4
5
6
7
REMOTE-KEY
NC
+12V
EXT.BUZZ
SHIELD
*1
IV-2sq.
DRAWN
MAY 29,'06
CHECKED
TITLE
E.MIYOSHI
TAKAHASHI.T
APPROVED
Y. Hatai
SCALE
MASS
kg
DWG.No.
C3539-C01- D
名 称
NAME
FR-8062,FR-8122
船舶用レーダー
相互結線図
MARINE RADAR
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
D
C
B
A
GND *1
IV-2sq.
D-SUB 15P
造船所手配。
オプション。
シールドは完全に接地する。
コネクタは工場にて取付済み。
EMIコアを取り付ける。
外部ブザー *2
EXT. BUZZER
OP03-136
シロ
アオ
キ
ミド
アカ
クロ
MJ-A7SPF0007-050C,5m,φ7シロ
アオ
キ
ミド
アカ
クロ
*4. CONNECTOR PLUG FITTED AT FACTORY.
*5. ATTACH EMI CORES.
*5
MJ-A7SPF0007-050C,シロ
5m,φ7
アオ
キ
ミド
アカ RED
アカ
クロ BLK
クロ
*4
MJ-A7SPF
WHT
1
BLU
2
YEL
3
GRN
4
RED
5
BLK
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
*4
MJ-A7SPF
WHT
1
BLU
2
YEL
3
GRN
4
5
RED
6
BLK
7
*4
MJ-A7SPF
WHT
1
BLU
2
YEL
3
GRN
4
RED
5
BLK
6
7
*5
SD
RD
REMOTE-KEY
NC
+12V
EXT.BUZZ
SHIELD
PC/EXT-BUZZER
DATA-H/HDG-H
DATA-C/HDG-C
CLK-H
CLK-C
NC
SHIELD
HDG
TD2-A
TD2-B
RD2-H
RD2-C
+12V
SG
SHIELD
NMEA2
TD1-A
TD1-B
RD1-H
RD1-C
+12V
SG
SHIELD
NMEA1
MJ-B24LPF0008-100/200/300,
10/20/30m,φ11.4
19S1004,0.5m *5
(+)
(-)
GND
POWER
指 示 部
RDP-150
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
GND
IV-2sq. *1
SPU 03P4911
J110:NH-8P
GND
TRU_HD
GND
DP_BP
GND
PR_TRIG
GND
VIDEO
J802
R
GND
G
GND
B
GND
H_SYNC
GND
V_SYNC
GND
*2
RGB 03P9429
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
DJ1
19
3
4
24
21
16
6
13
12
23
GND
GND
VIDEO
TUNE_CONT
-12V
+12V
EXT_TRIG
9
1
17
5
10
11
20
14
15
2
8
7
MOTOR+
MBS_L
MOTOR+
BP
MOTOR+
HD
MOTOR-
+12V
+12V
GND
-12V
-12V
TX_TRIG
P/L A
P/L B
18
22
3
TUNE_IND
MOTOR-
DISPLAY UNIT
VL3P-VV-S2X2C-AA050,5m,φ10
(03S9801)
FUSE
*4
10A:24V
MJ-A3SPFZ
15A:12V
シロ WHT
1
クロ BLK
2
3
MJ-A7SPF0007-050C,
5m,φ7
リモートコントローラ
REMOTE CONTROLLER
*2
RCU-019
ADコンバータ
A-D CONVERTER
AD-100
NOTES
*1. SHIPYARD SUPPLY
*2. OPTION
*3. GROUND SHIELD EFFECTIVELY.
注記
*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)
*5)
選択
SELECT
GYRO
NMEA
入出力機器
DEVICE
*1
SVGA MONITOR CABLE
NMEA
入出力機器
DEVICE
5 6
整流器 (+)(-)
RECTIFIER
RU-3423 *2
1 2
DPYC-2.5 *1
MJ-A3SPF0018-050ZC,5m,φ10
2
*4
MJ-A6SPF
MJ-A6SPF0003-050C,5m,φ6 シロ WHT
(Straight cable)
クロ BLK
キ YEL
MJ-A6SPF0007
ヘディングセンサ
ミド GRN
-100
HEADING SENSOR AD-10/
NMEA 10m,φ6
PG-1000
SVGAモニター
SVGA MONITOR
副指示器
REMOTE DISPLAY
100/110/220/230 VAC
50/60Hz,1φ
12-24 VDC
1
APPROVED
DWG.No.
SCALE
*3
E.MIYOSHI
03P9419
J12(VH10P) *4
+12V 1
+12V 2
GND 3
-12V 4
-12V 5
TX_TRIG 6
P/L A 7
P/L B 8
9
10
J13(VH5P)
BP 1
MOTOR+ 2
HD 3
MOTOR- 4
5
MASS
Y. Hatai
kg
GND
IV-2sq. *1
J11(VH2P)
TX-HV 1
NC 2
J14(NH14P)
TUNE_IND. 1
MOTOR(-)OUT 2
3
MOTOR+ 4
MBS_L 5
MOTOR+ 6
7
GND 8
9
10
VIDEO_GND 11
VIDEO 12
TUNE_CONT 13
14
J5(NH13P)
J4(VH4P)
J3(VH9P)
J2(VL3P)
TAKAHASHI.T
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
(-)
J1(VL3P)
(+)
C3541-C01- D
MAY.29,'06
CHECKED
DRAWN
MJ-B24LPF0011-050,
5m,φ11
7A:24V
15A:12V
1
2
3
空中線電源部 PSU-008
POWER SUPPLY UNIT
4
*3
WHT
BLU[B]
BLK
PPL[B]
YEL[B]
BLK[B]
RED[B]
WHT[B]
BRN[B]
BRN
BLU
GRN
3pcs
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
J820
J824
J823
J821
RTB 03P9405B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
*2
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
MARINE RADAR
相互結線図
船舶用レーダー
FR-8252
*3
*5
RW-4747
空中線部 ANTENNA UNIT
RSB-0073/RTR-087
(24/48rpm)
6
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
NAME
名 称
TYPE
ダイ(太) ORG[B]
ドウジク 2C-2V COAX.
キ YEL
シロ/ダイ WHT/ORG
シロ/アカ(太) WHT/RED[B]
アカ RED
モモ(太) PNK[B]
シロ/チャ WHT/BRN
ミドリ(太) GRN[B]
シロ
アオ(太)
クロ
ムラサキ(太)
キ(太)
クロ(太)
アカ(太)
シロ(太)
チャ(太)
チャ
アオ
ミドリ
RW-9771,10/15/20/30m,φ14.5
(17C+2C2V,MAX.30m)
5
S-2
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