Operator`s manual | Furuno DFF3 Radar Detector User Manual

OPERATOR'S MANUAL
NETWORK SOUNDER
MODEL
DFF3
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The user and installer must read the appropriate safety instructions before attempting to install
or 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
Mandatory Action
Safety instructions for the operator
WARNING
WARNING
Do not open the equipment.
Do not operate the equipment with
wet hands.
Only qualified personnel should work
inside the equipment.
Electrical shock can result.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Do not place liquid-filled containers
on the top of the equipment.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can
result.
Electrical shock can result.
Turn off the power immediately if the
equipment is emitting smoke or fire.
Do not install the equipment where
it may be subjected to rain or water
splash.
Fire or electrical shock can result if the
power is left on.
Fire or electrical shock can result if water
gets inside the equipment.
Turn off the power immediately if water
leaks into the equipment or an object
is dropped inside the equipment.
Use the proper fuse.
WARNING
Use of a wrong fuse can damage the
equipment and may cause fire.
Continued use can cause fire or electrical
shock.
A warning label is attached to the equipment.
Do not remove this label. If the label is missing
or illegible, contact a FURUNO agent or dealer
about replacement.
Turn off the power immediately if you
feel the equipment is acting abnormally.
If the equipment is hot to the touch or is
emitting strange noises, turn off the power
immediately and contact your dealer for
advice.
WARNING
Name: Warning Label (1)
To avoid electrical shock, Type: 86-003-1011-3
do not remove cover. No
user-serviceable parts Code No.: 100-236-233-10
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety instructions for the installer
WARNING
CAUTION
The transducer cable must be handled
carefully, following the guidelines
below.
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel should work
inside the equipment.
• Keep fuels and oils away from the
cable.
• Locate the cable away from chemicals.
• Locate the cable away from locations
where it might be damaged.
Turn off the power before beginning
the installation.
Fire or electrical shock can result if the
power is left on.
Do not apply the power with the
transducer exposed to air.
Be sure no water leaks at the transducer
and temperature sensor.
Damage to the transducer may result.
Water leakage can sink the vessel. Also,
confirm that neither the transducer or
sensor will loosen by vibration. The
installer is solely responsible for the
installation.
WARNING
Observe the following compass safe
distances to prevent interference to a
magnetic compass:
Confirm that the power supply voltage
is within the rating of this equipment.
Incorrect voltage will damage the equipment and may cause fire.
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Standard
compass
Steering
compass
0.95 m
0.60 m
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD ....................................................................................................................v
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ..........................................................................................vi
1.
MOUNTING ...............................................................................................................1
1.1 Equipment Lists............................................................................................................. 1
1.2 Network Sounder .......................................................................................................... 8
1.3 Transducer .................................................................................................................... 9
1.4 Optional Speed/Temperature Sensors ST-02MSB, ST-02PSB .................................... 9
1.4.1 Mounting considerations........................................................................................ 9
1.4.2 Mounting procedure............................................................................................... 9
1.5 Optional Temperature Sensors ................................................................................... 10
1.5.1 Transom mount temperature sensor T-02MTB ................................................... 10
1.5.2 Thru-hull temperature sensor T-02MSB, T-03MSB ............................................. 11
2.
WIRING ...................................................................................................................12
2.1 Wiring Outline.............................................................................................................. 12
2.2 Transducer Cable........................................................................................................ 13
3.
INITIAL SETTINGS .................................................................................................15
3.1 Tap Setting.................................................................................................................. 15
3.2 DIP Switch Setting ...................................................................................................... 16
3.3 Operation Check ......................................................................................................... 18
4.
MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................19
4.1 Maintenance................................................................................................................ 19
4.2 Replacing the Fuse ..................................................................................................... 20
4.3 Restoring Default Settings .......................................................................................... 20
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FOREWORD
A Word to the Owner of the DFF3
Congratulations on your choice of the FURUNO DFF3 Network Sounder. We are confident you
will see why the FURUNO name has become synonymous with quality and reliability.
For 60 years 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.
Features
The DFF3 network sounder is a dual frequency echo sounder designed for use with the FURUNO
NavNet/NavNet vx2/NavNet 3D series. The DFF3 feeds data about underwater conditions via a
LAN.
A few of the features are
• FURUNO Free Synthesizer (FFS) transceiver design allows use of user-selectable operating
frequencies (28 - 200 kHz).
• Automatic operation selects correct range and gain to show fish echoes and bottom in both
shallow and deep waters.
• Improved discrimination of near-surface fish by eliminating the transmission line.
• Heaving compensation* stabilizes the picture against ship’s pitching and rolling.
* Requires NavNet 3D display device and Satellite Compass SC-30, heading data fed in NMEA
2000® format.
• ACCU-FISH® feature estimates length and depth of individual fish.
(Transducer 50/200-1T only for use with NavNet 3D.)
• 1/2/3 kW output
Note: The terms “NavNet” and “Navnet 3D” refer to the models listed below.
Navnet/NavNet vx2
NavNet 3D
Model 17x2 Series, Model 17x2C Series,
Model 17x4 Series, Model 17x4C Series,
GD-1720, GD-1720C,
Model 18x3C(-BB) Series, Model 18x4C(-BB) Series,
Model 19x3C(-BB) Series, Model 19x4C(-BB) Series,
GD-1900C(-BB), GD-1920C(-BB)
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MFDBB, MFD8, MFD12
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Basic configuration shown with solid line.
NavNet Series
NavNet 3D Series
HUB*
* HUB-100 (For NavNet)
HUB-101 (For NavNet 3D)
Network Sounder
DFF3
ST-BY
DFF3
NETWORK SOUNDER
12-24 VDC
Rectifier
PR-62
Speed/Temperature Sensor
ST-02MSB
ST-02PSB
100/110/115/
220/230 VAC
1φ, 50/60 Hz
Temperature Sensor
T-02MTB
T-02MSB
T-03MSB
High
Freq.
Low
Freq.
Transducer
Transducer
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1.
MOUNTING
1.1
Equipment Lists
Standard supply
Name
Type
Code No.
Qty
Remarks
Network Sounder
DFF3
—
Spare Parts
SP02-05601
001-033-740
1 set
Fuse
Installation Materials
CP02-08500
000-011-917
1 set
- Power cable (3.5 m)
- LAN cable (5 m for NavNet 3D)
- Self-tapping screws
1
Optional supply
Name
Transducer
Thru-hull pipe
Type
1/2/3kW available. See
next page for choices.
Tank
Cable Assembly
Code No.
Remarks
—
—
—
MJ-A6SPF0017-010C
001-159-704-10
1 m, for NavNet
MJ-A6SPF0017-050C
001-159-705-10
5 m, for NavNet
MJ-A6SPF0017-100C
001-159-706-10
10 m, for NavNet
MJ-A6SPF0017-200C
001-159-707-11
20 m, for NavNet
MJ-A6SPF0017-300C
001-159-708-11
30 m, for NavNet
MOD-Z072-020+
000-167-175-10
2 m, for NavNet 3D (HUB-101)
MOD-Z072-100+
001-167-177-10
10 m, for NavNet 3D (HUB-101)
Speed/Temperature
Sensor
ST-02MSB
000-137-986
Thru-hull mount, steel hull
ST-02PSB
000-137-987
Thru-hull mount, plastic hull
Temperature
Sensor
T-02MTB
000-040-026
Transom mount
T-02MSB
000-040-040
Thru-hull mount
T-03MSB
000-040-027
Thru-hull mount
PR-62
000-013-484
100 VAC
000-013-485
110 VAC
000-013-486
220 VAC
000-013-487
230 VAC
Rectifier
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1. MOUNTING
Transducer, thru-hull pipe and tank combinations
Output
(W)
1k/1k
Frequency
(kHz)
28/50
Ship type
Steel
TWB-6000(2) T-656
28F-8
88B-8
TWB-6000(2) T-657
50B-9B
88B-8
TWB-6000(2) T-658
-
-
Steel
50/200-1T or
TFB-5000(1)
T-603
FRP
50/200-1ST
-
T-603F
Steel
50/200-12M
-
-
-
-
Steel
FRP
50/88
Steel
FRP
50/200
FRP
1k/2k
28/200
Steel
FRP
50/200
Steel
FRP
88/200
Tank
28F-8
50B-9B
FRP
28/88
Thru-hull
pipe
Transducer
Steel
FRP
-
-
-
-
28F-8
200B-8/8B
TWB-6000(2) T-657
50B-9B
200B-8/8B
TWB-6000(2) T-658
88B-8
200B-8/8B
TWB-6000(2) T-659
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
1. MOUNTING
Output
(W)
2k/2k
Frequency
(kHz)
28/50
Ship type
Steel
FRP
28/82
Steel
FRP
28/88
Steel
FRP
28/200
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
38/200
Steel
FRP
50/82
Steel
FRP
50/88
Steel
FRP
50/200
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
82/200
Steel
FRP
88/200
Steel
FRP
28/107
Steel
FRP
Transducer
Thru-hull
pipe
Tank
28F-18
50B-12
TFB-7000(2)
T-634
TRB-1100(2)
T-634-F
28F-18
82B-35R
TFB-7000(2)
T-636
TRB-1100(2)
T-636-F
28F-18
88B-10
TFB-7000(2)
T-636
TRB-1100(2)
T-636-F
28F-18
200B-8/8B
TFB-7000(2)
T-638
TRB-1100(2)
T-638-F
28BL-6HR
200B-8/8B
TFB-7000(2)
T-693
TRB-1100(2)
T-693-F
38BL-9HR
200B-8/8B
TFB-7000(2)
T-693
TRB-1100(2)
T-693-F
50B-12
82B-35R
TFB-7000(2)
T-643
TRB-1100(2)
T-643-F
50B-12
88B-10
TFB-7000(2)
T-643
TRB-1100(2)
T-643-F
50B-12
200B-8/8B
TFB-7000(2)
T-645
TRB-1100(2)
T-645-F
50BL-12HR
200B-8/8B
TFB-7000(2)
T-693
TRB-1100(2)
T-693-F
50BL-12
200B-8/8B
TFB-7000(2)
T-693
TRB-1100(2)
T-693-F
82B-35R
200B-8/8B
TFB-7000(2)
T-649
TRB-1100(2)
T-649-F
88B-10
200B-8/8B
TFB-7000(2)
T-649
TRB-1100(2)
T-649-F
28F-18
100B-10R
TFB-7000(2)
T-636
TRB-1100(2)
T-636-F
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Output
(W)
2k/3k
Frequency
(kHz)
28/150
Ship type
Steel
FRP
50/107
Steel
FRP
50/150
Steel
FRP
3k/2k
68/200
Steel
FRP
107/200
Steel
FRP
3k/3k
28/38
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
28/50
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
Transducer
28F-18
150B-12H
50B-12
100B-10R
50B-12
150B-12H
68F-30H
200B-8/8B
100B-10R
200B-8/8B
28BL-12HR
38BL-15HR
28F/24H
38BL-15HR
28BL-12HR
50BL-24HR
28BL-12HR
50F-24H
28F-24H
50BL-24H
28F-24H
50BL-24HR
28F-24H
50F-24H
4
Thru-hull
pipe
Tank
TFB-7000(2)
T-637
TRB-1100(2)
T-637-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-643
TRB-1100(2)
T-643-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-644
TRB-1100(2)
T-644-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-647
TRB-1100(2)
T-647-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-649
TRB-1100(2)
T-649-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-681
TRB-1100(2)
T-681-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-681
TRB-1100(2)
T-681-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-681
TRB-1100(2)
T-681-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-681
TRB-1100(2)
T-681-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-696
TRB-1100(2)
T-696-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-681
TRB-1100(2)
T-681-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-681
TRB-1100(2)
T-681-F
1. MOUNTING
Output
(W)
3k/3k
(con’t)
Frequency
(kHz)
28/88
Ship type
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
28/150
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
28/200
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
38/50
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
38/88
Steel
FRP
38/150
Steel
FRP
38/200
Steel
FRP
50/88
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
50/150
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
Transducer
Thru-hull
pipe
Tank
28BL-12HR
88F-126H
TFB-7000(2)
T-682
TRB-1100(2)
T-682-F
28F-24H
88F-126H
TFB-7000(2)
T-682
TRB-1100(2)
T-682-F
28BL-12HR
150B-12H
TFB-7000(2)
T-683
TRB-1100(2)
T-683-F
28F-24H
150B-12H
TFB-7000(2)
T-683
TRB-1100(2)
T-683-F
28BL-12HR
200B-12H
TFB-7000(2)
T-683
TRB-1100(2)
T-683-F
28F-24H
200B-12H
TFB-7000(2)
T-683
TRB-1100(2)
T-683-F
38BL-15HR
50BL-24HR
TFB-7000(2)
T-681
TRB-1100(2)
T-681-F
38BL-15HR
50F-24H
TFB-7000(2)
T-681
TRB-1100(2)
T-681-F
38BL-15HR
88F-126H
TFB-7000(2)
T-682
TRB-1100(2)
T-682-F
38BL-15HR
150B-12H
TFB-7000(2)
T-683
TRB-1100(2)
T-683-F
38BL-15HR
200B-12H
TFB-7000(2)
T-683
TRB-1100(2)
T-683-F
50BL-24H
88F-126H
TFB-7000(2)
T-697
TRB-1100(2)
T-697-F
50BL-24HR
88F-126H
TFB-7000(2)
T-682
TRB-1100(2)
T-682-F
50F-24H
88F-126H
TFB-7000(2)
T-682
TRB-1100(2)
T-682-F
50BL-24HR
150B-12H
TFB-7000(2)
T-683
TRB-1100(2)
T-683-F
50F-24H
150B-12H
TFB-7000(2)
T-683
TRB-1100(2)
T-683-F
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1. MOUNTING
Output
(W)
3k/3k
(con’t)
Frequency
(kHz)
50/200
Ship type
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
Steel
FRP
68/150
Steel
FRP
68/200
Steel
FRP
88/150
Steel
FRP
88/200
Steel
FRP
1k
28
Steel
Transducer
50BL-24H
200B-12H
50BL-24HR
200B-12H
50F-24H
200B-12H
68F-30H
150B-12H
68F-30H
200B-12H
88F-126H
150B-12H
88F-126H
200B-12H
28F-8
FRP
50
Steel
50B-6/6B
FRP
Steel
50B-9B
FRP
68
Steel
68F-8H
FRP
88
Steel
88B-8
FRP
200
Steel
200B-5S
FRP
2k
28
Steel
28F-18
FRP
Steel
28BL-6HR
FRP
38
Steel
38BL-9HR
FRP
6
Thru-hull
pipe
Tank
TFB-7000(2)
T-695
TRB-1100(2)
T-695-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-683
TRB-1100(2)
T-683-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-683
TRB-1100(2)
T-683-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-646
TRB-1100(2)
T-646-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-646
TRB-1100(2)
T-646-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-685
TRB-1100(2)
T-685-F
TFB-7000(2)
T-685
TRB-1100(2)
T-685-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-604
TRB-1000(1)
T-604-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-605
TRB-1000(1)
T-605-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-603
TRB-1000(1)
T-603-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-621
TRB-1000(1)
T-621-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-606
TRB-1000(1)
T-606-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-605
TRB-1000(1)
T-605-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-612
TRB-1000(1)
T-612-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-702
TRB-1000(1)
T-702-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-702
TRB-1000(1)
T-702-F
1. MOUNTING
Output
(W)
2k (con’t)
Frequency
(kHz)
50
Ship type
Steel
Transducer
50B-12
FRP
Steel
50BL-12
FRP
Steel
50BL-12HR
FRP
82
Steel
82B-35R
FRP
88
Steel
88B-10
FRP
200
Steel
200B-8/8B
FRP
7
Thru-hull
pipe
Tank
TFB-5000(1)
T-611
TRB-1000(1)
T-611-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-702
TRB-1000(1)
T-702-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-702
TRB-1000(1)
T-702-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-609
TRB-1000(1)
T-609-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-609
TRB-1000(1)
T-609-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-608
TRB-1000(1)
T-608-F
1. MOUNTING
Output
(W)
3k
Frequency
(kHz)
28
Ship type
Steel
Transducer
28F-24H
FRP
Steel
28BL-12HR
FRP
38
Steel
38BL-15HR
FRP
50
Steel
50F-24H
FRP
Steel
50BL-24HR
FRP
Steel
50BL-24H
FRP
68
Steel
68F-30H
FRP
88
Steel
88F-126H
FRP
107
Steel
100B-10R
FRP
150
Steel
150B-12H
FRP
200
Steel
200B-12H
FRP
1.2
Thru-hull
pipe
Tank
TFB-4000(1)
T-616
TRB-1000(1)
T-616-F
TFB-4000(1)
T-616
TRB-1000(1)
T-616-F
TRB-4000(1)
T-616-
TRB-1000(1)
T-616-F
TFB-4000(1)
T-616
TRB-1000(1)
T-616-F
TFB-4000(1)
T-616
TRB-1000(1)
T-616-F
TFB-4000(1)
T-694
TRB-1000(1)
T-694-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-614
TRB-1000(1)
T-614-F
TFB-4000(1)
T-618
TRB-1000(1)
T-618-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-609
TRB-1000(1)
T-609-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-615
TRB-1000(1)
T-615-F
TFB-5000(1)
T-615
TRB-1000(1)
T-615-F
Network Sounder
The network sounder can be installed on a desktop, deck or on a bulkhead. When selecting a
mounting location for the network sounder, keep the following in mind:
• The temperature and humidity at the mounting site 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.
• Leave slack in cables for maintenance and servicing ease.
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1. MOUNTING
• A magnetic compass will be affected if the network sounder is placed too close to it. Observe
the compass safe distances noted in the safety instructions to prevent disturbance to the magnetic compass.
Fasten the network sounder to the mounting location with four self-tapping screws (5×20), referring to the outline drawing at the back of this manual for mounting dimensions.
1.3
Transducer
The performance of the echo sounder largely depends upon the transducer position. Select a
place least affected by air bubbles since turbulence blocks the sounding path. Further, select a
place least influenced by engine noise. It is known that air bubbles are fewest at the place where
the bow first falls and the next wave rises, at usual cruising speed.
Note: The face of the transducer must be facing the sea bottom in normal cruising trim of the boat.
1.4
Optional Speed/Temperature Sensors
ST-02MSB, ST-02PSB
1.4.1
Mounting considerations
Select a suitable mounting location considering the following points:
• Select a mid-boat flat position. The sensor does not have to be installed perfectly perpendicular.
However, the sensor must not be damaged in dry-docking operation.
• Select a place apart from equipment generating heat.
• Select a place in the forward direction viewing from the drain hole, to allow for circulation of cooling water.
• Select a place free from vibration.
• Do not install near the transducer of an echo sounder, to prevent interference to the echo
sounder.
1.4.2
Mounting procedure
1. Dry dock the boat.
2. Make a hole of approx. 51 mm in diameter in the
mounting location.
3. Unfasten locknut and remove the sensor section.
Locknut
Face "notch"
toward bow.
4. Apply high-grade sealant to the flange of the sensor.
Flange nut
5. Pass the sensor casing through the hole.
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6. Face the notch on the sensor toward boat's bow
and tighten the flange.
7. Set the sensor section to the sensor casing and
tighten the locknut.
8. Launch the boat and check for water leakage
around the sensor.
9
Coat with
silicone sealant.
Brim
φ77
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1. MOUNTING
1.5
Optional Temperature Sensors
1.5.1
Transom mount temperature sensor T-02MTB
• Fix the cable at a convenient location with cable clamp.
• When the cable is led in through the transom board, make a hole of approx. 17 mm in diameter
to pass the connector. After passing the cable, fill the hole with a sealing compound.
D>50cm
D
5x20
Mount sensor
flush with hull bottom.
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1. MOUNTING
1.5.2
Thru-hull temperature sensor T-02MSB, T-03MSB
Select a suitable mounting location considering the following points:
• Select a mid-boat flat position. The sensor does not have to be installed perfectly perpendicular.
However, the location should not be such that the transducer may be damaged when the boat
is dry-docked.
• Locate away from equipment which gives off heat.
• Locate away from drain pipes.
• Select a location where vibration is minimal.
T-02MSB
T-03MSB
Sensor Holder
cable
8m
Sensor
cable
8m
Locknut
Locknut
Washer
Gasket
Locknut
Washer
φ21 mm
φ42 mm
Mounting procedure
1. Drill a hole of 21 mm in diameter in
the mounting location.
2. Pass the sensor cable through the
hole.
3. Pass gasket, washer and locknut
onto cable in that order.
4. Coat the sensor flange with high
quality sealant and then fasten the
sensor with the locknut.
(Torque: max. 59N·m)
5. Launch the boat to check for water
leakage around the sensor.
M24
70 mm
70 mm
M20
Coat with
sealant.
Gasket
φ25 mm
Coat with
sealant.
Plate thickφ50 mm
ness within
Holder Guide
25 mm
Mounting procedure
1. Drill a hole of 25 mm in diameter in the mounting
location.
2. Coat holder guide with high quality sealant, and
pass gasket, washer and locknut onto holder
guide in that order and then tighten the locknut.
3. Set the sensor holder to the holder guide from
inside the boat and then tighten the locknut.
4. Launch the boat to check for water leakage
around the sensor.
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2.
WIRING
2.1
Wiring Outline
Connect the power cable, transducer cables, sensor cable, network cable and ground wire to their
respective locations on the network sounder. See the next page for how to connect the transducer
cables.
NavNet
or HUB-100
MJ-A6SPF0017 cable
(1/5/10/20/30 m)
NavNet 3D
or HUB-101
MOD-Z072 Cable
- Standard: 5 m
- Option: 2 m, 10 m
DFF3
H TRANSDUCER L
12-24VDC
2.8-1.4A
TEMP
MJ-A3SPF0013-035C
(3.5 m)
NETWORK
Ground wire
(IV-2 sq)
GROUND
Temperature or
Speed/Temperature
Sensor
White
Black
High Freq. Low Freq.
Shield (green) Transducer Transducer
BATTERY
12 - 24 VDC
Ground
Connect a ground wire (IV-2 sq, local supply) between the
ground terminal and ship’s ground to prevent interference to
the sounder picture. Make the length of the wire as short as
possible. For FRP vessels, install a ground plate that measures about 20 cm by 30 cm on the outside of the hull bottom and connect the ground wire there.
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CAUTION
Ground the equipment
to prevent mutual
interference.
2. WIRING
2.2
Transducer Cable
TD-ID transducer (Airmar make transducer)
The TD-ID type transducer can be connected to this equipment. However, note the following limitations:
• TD-ID transducer cannot be used with NavNet, NavNet vx2.
• TD-ID transducer cannot be used with non-TD-ID transducer.
• Connect single TD-ID transducer to low frequency WAGO connector, regardless of actual frequency.
Cable fabrication
Fabricate the transducer cable as shown below. Separate the transducer cable well away from
other electric cables to prevent interference to the sounder. This is especially important in the case
of power cables from televisions and monitors.
Approx. 100
Braided shield
Sheath
Extract cores from here and cut inner materials.
Vinyl tape
6
20
Draw out braided shield and wrap it around sheath.
Clamp this part with cable clamp.
Cable connection
After fabricating the transducer cable, connect the transducer cables to the equipment with WAGO
connectors.
1. Open the cover: Grasp the cover at two sides, spread cover slightly and lift.
2. Unfasten six screws to remove the shield cover.
3. Detach the two WAGO connectors (low and high frequency) inside the equipment.
Opener for WAGO connector
is here.
WAGO connector WAGO connector
(High frequency) (Low frequency)
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2. WIRING
4. Connect the transducer cable to the WAGO connector, following the instructions in the figure
below and the interconnection diagram. (The opener for the WAGO connector is attached inside the equipment. See the figure above.)
Push
Opener (attached inside the equipment)
1. Twist conductors.
2. Insert opener as directed and press it down.
3. Insert core to hole.
4. Release opener.
5. Pull the core to make sure it is correctly inserted.
Twist.
Core
5. Unfasten the two screws labeled Screw A in the figure below.
6. Loosen the two screws labeled Screw B and slide cable clamp upward.
Cable
clamp
Screw B
Clamping
plate
Screw A
7. Pass the transducer cables through the cable entrance and connect their WAGO connectors
to respective terminals inside the equipment.
8. Slide the cable clamp downward and tighten screws B and A in that order to fasten the cable
clamp.
Transducer cable
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3.
INITIAL SETTINGS
WARNING
Do not open the equipment
unless totally familiar with
electrical circuits.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
3.1
Tap Setting
This equipment is preprogrammed for use with certain transducers. A jumper wire inside the
equipment is set according to transducer model. Check the jumper wire setting instructions on the
sticker attached to the chassis. Use the opener attached inside the unit to set the jumper wire. One
end of the jumper wire is connected to COMMON; connect the other end to A - E in the jumper
block as applicable.
For transducers not programmed, for example, Airmar make TD-ID transducer, consult a
FURUNO agent or dealer for advice.
Tap setting plug Tap setting plug
(High freq.)
(Low freq.)
Tap Setting LED
EDCBA
EDCBA
High Freq.
Low Freq.
Common
E D C BA
Jumper
wire
Set in appropriate slot
according to sticker.
Note 1: For NavNet, the tap settings shown on the NETWORK SOUNDER SETUP are different
from actual ones. Therefore, follow the instructions on the sticker inside the equipment.
Note 2: For transducers 50/200-1ST, 50/200-1T and 50/200-12M, use the tap settings for 50/2001T (50: Tap B, 200: Tap C).
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3. INITIAL SETTINGS
3.2
DIP Switch Setting
The DIP switch S2 sets up the system according to the equipment connected. In the default setting
all switches (1-8) are OFF. The DIP switch S3 should not be adjusted; leave all switches in the
OFF position.
1-8
S2
ON
OFF
1-8
S3
ON
OFF
DIP Switches
DIP switch S2 description
Switch
No.
Function
Setting
1
Power on/off by NavNet or NavNet
3D
OFF: Power sync (for NavNet 3D)*1
ON: No power sync (for NavNet)
2
Automatic/Manual IP address
selection
OFF: Automatic IP address assignment. Use this
setting for NavNet 3D.
ON: Manual IP address assignment. Use this setting
for NavNet, and refer to the table on the next page for
IP addresses.
3-6
Manual IP address assignment
Valid when switch no. 2 is ON. For connection of multiple network sounders, assign each one an IP address with the Mode DIP switch, referring to the table
on the next page.
7
Restore default settings (other than
LAN and transducer)
See section 4.3.
8
Restore ALL default settings
See section 4.3.
*1: Power sync setting enabled at NavNet 3D.
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3. INITIAL SETTINGS
DIP SW S2 setting, sounder and IP address
SW No.3
SW No.4
SW No.5
SW No.6
Host Name
IP Address
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
SOUNDER
172.031.092.001
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
SOUNDER1
172.031.092.011
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
SOUNDER2
172.031.092.012
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
SOUNDER3
172.031.092.013
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
SOUNDER4
172.031.092.014
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SOUNDER5
172.031.092.015
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
SOUNDER6
172.031.092.016
ON
ON
ON
OFF
SOUNDER7
172.031.092.017
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
SOUNDER8
172.031.092.018
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
SOUNDER9
172.031.092.019
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Transducer setting at NavNet/NavNet3D
After setting up the transducer at the DFF3, set transducer type at NavNet, NavNet 3D. See respective Installation Manual for the procedure.
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3. INITIAL SETTINGS
3.3
Operation Check
For NavNet, the DFF3 is powered on/off from ship’s switchboard. For NavNet 3D, it is powered
on/off from the display unit. The LED on the cover of the DFF3 lights or blinks according to equipment state, as described in the table below.
LED state and meaning
LED state
Meaning
Lighting continuously
• Standby state. (If, for NavNet, NavNet 3D no signal is received
via LAN for more than 10 minutes, the equipment automatically
goes into standby to lessen power consumption.)
• Power on (20 seconds during initialization)
• IP address not set
Blinking every two seconds
Normal operation
Blinking every 0.4 seconds
Transducer settings at NavNet, NavNet 3D not properly set.
LED
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4.
MAINTENANCE
NOTICE
WARNING
Do not apply paint, anti-corrosive
sealant or contact spray to coating
or plastic parts of the equipment.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
4.1
Those items contain organic solvents
that can damage coating and plastic
parts, especially plastic connectors.
Maintenance
Regular maintenance is essential for good performance. Check the items listed in the table below
at the suggested interval to help keep your equipment in good shape for years to come.
Item
Check point, action
Check interval
Transducer cables
Check that cables are tightly fastened and are not Once a month
damaged. Refasten if necessary. Replace if damaged.
Power cable, sensor
cable
Check that these cables are tightly fastened and
not damaged. Refasten if necessary. Replace if
damaged.
Once a month
Ground
Check for corrosion. Clean if necessary.
Once a month
Power supply voltage
Check voltage. If out of rating correct problem.
Once a month
Cleaning the network
sounder’s cabinet
Dust or dirt on the cabinet may be removed with a
dry cloth. Do not use chemical-based cleaners to
clean the cabinet; they can remove markings and
damage the cabinet.
Once a month
Transducer
Marine life on the transducer face will result in a
gradual decrease in sensitivity. Check the transducer face for cleanliness each time the boat is
dry-docked. Carefully remove any marine life with
a piece of wood or fine-grade sandpaper.
When vessel is
dry-docked
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4. MAINTENANCE
4.2
Replacing the Fuse
The 5A fuse (Type: FGBO-A 125V 5A PBF, Code No. 000-155-853-10) in the snap-in fuse holder
on the power cable protects the equipment from equipment fault and reverse polarity of the ship's
mains. If the equipment cannot be powered, the fuse may have blown. Find out the cause for
blown fuse before replacing it. If the fuse blows again after replacement, contact a FURUNO agent
or dealer for advice.
WARNING
Use the proper fuse.
Use of a wrong fuse can damage the equipment and cause fire.
4.3
Restoring Default Settings
This procedure restores all default sounder settings on the NavNet, NavNet 3D. You can restore
all default settings or restore those other than transducer and LAN. This procedure should only be
performed by a suitably qualified FURUNO technician.
1. Disconnect the power and LAN cables from the DFF3.
2. Turn on the #1 and #2 switches of the Mode switch. See section 3.2 for the location.
3. Turn on the #7 or #8 switch of the Mode switch as applicable.
#7: Restore default settings other than LAN and transducer.
#8: Restore all default settings. Use this when changing transducers.
4. Connect the power cable to the DFF3, and turn on the power at the ship’s switchboard.
5. The LED blinks (every four seconds) when default settings are completely restored.
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PACKING LIST
02GF-X-9851 -0
A-1
DFF3-J/E
N A M E
ユニット
1/1
O U T L I N E
DESCRIPTION/CODE №
Q'TY
UNIT
ネットワーク魚探
1
DFF3
NETWORK SOUNDER
000-011-916-00
予備品
SPARE PARTS
SP02-05601
ヒューズ
2
FGB0-A 125V 5A PBF
FUSE GLASS TUBE TYPE
000-155-853-10
工事材料
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
CP02-08500
+トラスタッピンネジ 1シュ
4
5X20 SUS304
SELF-TAPPING SCREW
000-162-608-10
ケーブル(組品)LAN
1
MOD-Z072-050+
CABLE ASSY.
000-167-176-10
ケーブル組品MJ
1
MJ-A3SPF0013-035C(5A)
CABLE ASSY.
000-157-939-10
図書
DOCUMENT
取扱説明書
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
1
OM*-20370-*
000-168-581-1*
**
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.
型式/コード番号が2段の場合、下段より上段に代わる過渡期品であり、どちらかが入っています。 なお、品質は変わりません。
TWO TYPES AND CODES MAY BE LISTED FOR AN ITEM. THE LOWER PRODUCT MAY BE SHIPPED IN PLACE OF THE UPPER
PRODUCT. QUALITY IS THE SAME.
(略図の寸法は、参考値です。 DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY.)
C2037-Z01-A
FURUNO
DFF3
SPECIFICATIONS OF NETWORK SOUNDER
DFF3
1
GENERAL
1.1
TX frequency
28-200 kHz, two frequencies alternately transmitted (selectable)
1.2
Output power
1/2/3 kW nominal
1.3
Amplifier type
Wide dynamic range linear amplifier (double superheterodyne)
1.4
Depth range and Pulse repetition rate (PRR)
Range (m)
2
5
10
40
100
200
400
1200
2
200 kHz, TX rate: 20
PRR ( /min.)
2403 (max)
2403
1621
476
222
117
58
34
INTERFACE
2.1
Number of port
LAN: 1 port, Transducer: 2 port, Temp/speed sensor: 1 port
2.2
Network
Ethernet 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
3
POWER SUPPLY
3.1
Network sounder
3.2
Rectifier (PR-62, option) 100/110/220/230 VAC, 1 phase, 50/60 Hz
4
12-24 VDC: 2.8-1.4 A
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION
4.1
Ambient temperature
-15°C to +55°C
4.2
Relative humidity
93% at 40°C
4.3
Degree of protection
IP20
4.4
Vibration requirement
IEC 60945
5
COATING COLOR
N2.5 (not changed)
SP - 1
E2037S01A
080318
D-1
Jan.18'08 R.Esumi
C
B
NOTE
*1: SHIPYARD SUPPLY.
*2: OPTION.
1 2 3
*1
IV-2sq.
整流器
RECTIFIER
PR-62 *2
5 6
DPYC-1.5 *1
注記
*1)造船所手配。
*2)オプション。
100/110/
220/230VAC
1φ,50/60Hz
(-)
GND
*1
IV-2sq.
ST-02MSB/PSB
T-02MTB/MSB
T-03MSB
水温・船速
センサー
TEMP/SPEED
SENSOR
8m MJ-A6SPF
1
2
3
4
5
6
1B2 02P6359
1B3 02P6360
J2
SHIELD
TEMP
TEMP_0V
SPEED
12V_P
GND
RED
DWG.No.
SCALE
J23(PH4P)
KPO
GND
KPI
GND
J24(XH3P)
NET_KP1_IO
GND
SHIELD
J25(XH3P)
NET_KP2_IO
GND
SHIELD
T.TAKENO
C2037-C01- A
MASS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
kg
RJ45
P
NET KP
KP IN
*2
RJ45
02-161-1001-0
NAME
名 称
TITLE
*2
MJ-A6SPF0017-050C
5m,φ6 (MAX.30m)
MJ-A6SPF
MOD-Z072-050+,5m(2/10m *2)
KP OUT
P
P
P
50/200-1T/1ST
50/200-12M
REF.No.
送受波器
TRANSDUCER
T.YAMASAKI
HF
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
1B1 02P6358
J19
TXP
TXN
RXP
P_SW-P
P_SW-N
RXN
NC
NC
26/Mar/08 R.Esumi
Feb. 26 '08
CHECKED
Feb. 27 '08
APPROVED
DRAWN
LF
8/10/15m,φ12
A
BLK
12-24VDC (+)
MJ-A3SPF
J1
WHT
1 (+)
BLK
2 (-)
GRN
3 SHIELD
RED
8/10/15m,φ12
MJ-A3SPF0013-035C,3.5m 5A シロ
クロ
ミドリ
BLK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
J6(231-337/001-000)
TD_LF-H
GND
TD_LF-L
NC
TDID_XDR-HL
XDR-HL_GND
TEMP_XDR-HL
J7(231-337/001-000)
TD_HF-H
GND
TD_HF-L
NC
TDID_XDR-H
XDR-H_GND
TEMP_XDR-H
(+)
(-)
GND
ネットワーク魚探
NETWORK SOUNDER
DFF3
アカ RED
15m(1ST)
10m(1T/12M)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3
クロ BLK
2
アオ BLU
J6
1 TD_LF-H
2 GND
3 TD_LF-L
J7
1 TD_HF-H
2 GND
3 TD_HF-L
ミドリ GRN
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
NETWORK SOUNDER
相互結線図
DFF3
ネットワーク魚探
指示部
DISPLAY UNIT
(NAVNET 1/VX2)
または OR
マルチファンクションディスプレイ
MULTI-FUNCTION DISPLAY
MFD8/12 *2
イーサネットハブ
ETHERNET HUB
HUB-101 *2
E_TD-P
E_TD-N
E_RD-P
E_RD-N
NC
SHIELD
TXP
TXN
RXP
NC
NC
RXN
NC
NC
4
S-1
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is elemental chlorine free.
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