Furuno FA-150 Radar Detector User Manual

UAIS Transponder
FA-150
(Elemental Chlorine Free)
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is elemental chlorine free.
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FIRST EDITION A2 : DEC. 14, 2004
: FEB. 10, 2006
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Pub. No. OME-44310
( DAMI ) FA-150
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OPERATOR'S MANUAL
FA-150 OPERATOR'S MANUAL
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
Immediately turn off the power at the
switchboard if water leaks into the
equipment or something is dropped in
the equipment.
Continued use of the equipment can cause
fire or electrical shock. Contact a FURUNO
agent for service.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can
result.
Do not place liquid-filled containers on
the top of the equipment.
Fire or electrical shock can result if a liquid
spills into the equipment.
Use the proper fuse.
WARNING
Immediately turn off the power at the
switchboard if the equipment is emitting
smoke or fire.
Continued use of the equipment can cause
fire or electrical shock. Contact a FURUNO
agent for service.
Make sure no rain or water splash leaks
into the equipment.
Fire or electrical shock can result if water
leaks in the equipment.
Do not operate the equipment with wet
hands.
Electrical shock can result.
WARNING LABEL
A warning label is attached to the AC-DC
power supply. Do not remove the label.
If the label is missing or damaged, contact
a FURUNO agent or dealer about
replacement.
WARNING
To avoid electrical shock, do not
remove cover. No user-serviceable
parts inside.
Name: Warning Label (1)
Type: 86-003-1011-1
Code No.: 100-236-231
Use of the wrong fuse can cause fire or
permanent damage to the equipment.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD ......................................... iii
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION...................v
PROGRAM NUMBER ............................vi
SYSTEM OVERVIEW ...........................vii
1. OPERATION.................................... 1-1
1.1 Description of Controls .......................1-1
1.2 Turning the Power On and Off............1-2
1.3 Adjusting Panel Dimmer and Contrast1-4
1.4 Menu Overview...................................1-5
1.4.1 Menu operating procedure ......1-5
1.5 Setting Up for a Voyage .....................1-7
1.6 Setting CPA/TCPA............................ 1-11
1.7 Choosing a Display ..........................1-12
1.7.1 Plotter display........................1-13
1.7.2 Target list
(displaying target data) ..........1-14
1.7.3 Dangerous (target) list...........1-20
1.7.4 Own ship’s static data ...........1-20
2.1 Maintenance ...................................... 2-1
2.2 Replacement of Fuse, Resetting
Breaker............................................ 2-2
2.2.1 Replacement of fuse............... 2-2
2.2.2 Resetting the breaker ............. 2-2
2.3 Troubleshooting ................................. 2-3
2.4 Diagnostics ........................................ 2-4
2.4.1 Monitor unit test ...................... 2-4
2.4.2 Transponder test..................... 2-5
2.4.3 Power on/off history................ 2-7
2.4.4 Tx on/off history ...................... 2-7
2.5 Alarm Status....................................... 2-8
2.6 Error Messages.................................. 2-9
2.7 GPS Monitor .................................... 2-10
2.8 Displaying Sensor Status ..................2-11
2.9 Restoring Default Settings ............... 2-12
1.7.5 Own dynamic data display ....1-22
APPENDIX ....................................... AP-1
1.7.6 Alarm status display ..............1-22
Menu Tree ................................................AP-1
1.8 Messages .........................................1-23
Parts List ..................................................AP-3
1.8.1 Sending a message ..............1-23
Parts Location ..........................................AP-4
1.8.2 Receiving messages .............1-25
Digital Interface (IEC 61162-1 Edition 2,
1.8.3 Message logs ........................1-27
IEC 61162-2) ........................................AP-6
1.9 Regional Operating Channels ..........1-28
VHF Channel List ...................................AP-22
1.9.1 Viewing channels, Tx power .1-28
1.9.2 Displaying, editing regional
operating area status .............1-29
1.10 Enabling/Disabling Buzzers,
Key Beep .......................................1-32
1.11 Long Range Mode ............................1-33
1.12 Viewing Initial Settings......................1-35
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2. MAINTENANCE,
TROUBLESHOOTING .....................2-1
SPECIFICATIONS ............................ SP-1
INDEX................................................ IN-1
Declaration of Conformity
FOREWORD
A Word to the Owner of the FA-150
FURUNO Electric Company thanks you for purchasing the FA-150 UAIS Transponder. We
are confident you will discover why the FURUNO name has become synonymous with
quality and reliability.
For over 50 years FURUNO Electric Company has enjoyed an enviable reputation for
quality and reliability throughout the world. This dedication to excellence is furthered by
our extensive global network of agents and dealers.
Your equipment is designed and constructed to meet the rigorous demands of the marine
environment. However, no machine can perform its intended function unless properly
operated and maintained. Please carefully read and follow the operation and maintenance
procedures set forth in this manual.
We would appreciate feedback from you, the end-user, about whether we are achieving
our purposes.
Thank you for considering and purchasing FURUNO.
Features
The FA-150 is a universal AIS (Automatic Identification System) capable of exchanging
navigation and ship data between own ship and other ships or coastal stations. It complies
with IMO MSC.74(69) Annex 3, A.694, ITU-R M.1371-1 and DSC ITU-R M.825. It also
complies with IEC 61993-2 (Type testing standard), IEC 60945 (EMC and environmental
conditions).
The FA-150 consists of VHF and GPS antennas, a transponder unit, a monitor unit, and
several associated units. The transponder contains a VHF transmitter, two TDMA
receivers on two parallel VHF channels, a DSC channel 70 receiver, interface,
communication processor, and internal GPS receiver. The internal GPS is a 12-channel
all-in-view receiver with a differential capability, and provides UTC reference for system
synchronization to eliminate clash among multiple users. It also gives position, COG and
SOG when the external GPS fails.
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The main features are
• Safety of navigation by automatically exchanging navigational data between ships and
between ship and coast.
• Static data:
- MMSI (Maritime Mobile Service Identity)
- IMO number (where available)
- Call sign & name
- Length and beam
- Type of ship
- Location of position-fixing antenna on the ship
• Dynamic data:
- Ship’s position with accuracy indication and integrity status
- Universal Time Coordinated (UTC)
- Course over ground (COG)
- Speed over ground (SOG)
- Heading
- Rate of turn (ROT) where available
• Voyage-related data
- Ship’s draught
- Navigation status (manual input)
- Hazardous cargo (type)
- Destination and ETA (at master’s discretion)
• Short safety-related messages, Free messages
•
•
•
•
•
LCD panel satisfying the IMO minimum requirements plus simple plotting modes
Interfaces for radar, ECDIS, PC for future networking expansion
GPS/VHF combined antenna for easy installation available
CPA/TCPA alarm
Built-in GPS receiver for UTC synchronization and backup position-fixing device
Important Notices
• No part of this manual may be copied or reproduced without written permission.
• If this manual is lost or worn, contact your dealer about replacement.
• The contents of this manual and equipment specifications are subject to change without
notice.
• The example screens (or illustrations) shown in this manual may not match the screens
you see on your display. The screen you see depends on your system configuration and
equipment settings.
• This manual is intended for use by native speakers of English.
• FURUNO will assume no responsibility for the damage caused by improper use or
modification of the equipment or claims of loss of profit by a third party.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Either
GPS antenna
GSC-001
GPA-017S
VHF antenna
GPS/VHF
combined antenna
GVA-100
MONITOR UNIT
FA-1502
(two units may
be connected)
Distributor unit
DB-1
UNIVERSAL AIS
MENU
ENT
DISP
DIM
NAV
STATUS
FA-150
PWR
12-24 VDC
TRANSPONDER UNIT
FA-1501
External display, Pilot plug,
NavNet2, Sensor
Alarm system
PC, Beacon receiver
LAN
: Standard
Power supply
PR-240-CE
: Option
: Local supply
100/110/115/200/
220/230 VAC
1φ, 50/60Hz
24 VDC
12-24 VDC
GSC-001
GVA-100
FA-1501
FA-1502
DB-1
PR-240-CE
Exposed to the weather
Exposed to the weather
Protected from the weather
Protected from the weather
Protected from the weather
Protected from the weather
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PROGRAM NUMBER
PCB
Location
Program No.
Version No.
CPU
(24P0062)
Monitor Unit
2450021 (Prog)
2450020 (Boot)
01.**
01.**
MAIN
(24P0035)
Transponder Unit
GPS Receiver
2450018
485026
01.**
40**
**: Minor Modification
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Date of Modification
SYSTEM OVERVIEW
System overview
The Automatic Identification System (AIS) was originally developed to aid the Vessel
Traffic Services (VTS) by use of a VHF transponder working on Digital Selective Call
(DSC) at VHF CH70, and is still in use along the UK coastal areas and others. Some time
later the IMO developed a Universal AIS using the new sophisticated technology called
Self-Organized Time Division Multiple Access (SOTDMA) based on a VHF Data Link
(VDL).
The system operates in three modes – autonomous (continuous operation in all areas),
assigned (data transmission interval remotely controlled by authority in traffic monitoring
service) and polled (in response to interrogation from a ship or authority). It is
synchronized with GPS time to avoid conflict among multiple users (IMO minimum 2000
reports per minute and IEC requires 4500 reports on two channels). The VHF channels
87B and 88B are commonly used and in addition there are local AIS frequencies.
Shipborne AIS transponders exchange various data as specified by the IMO and ITU on
either frequency automatically set up by the frequency management telecommand
received by the DSC receiver on ship.
AIS-fitted AtoN broadcasts its
identification, type of operation,
location, displacement, etc. at
3 min intervals or at a reporting
rate designated by the
Administration authorities.
Transponder
Aids to
Navigation
(AtoN)
VTS Center transmits TDMA CH
management message including
code, type, position, etc. of buoys
every 3 min, and the AtoN broadcasts
these messages for ships.
VTS center
The VTS center transmits a command on
frequency assignment, slots, report rate,
VHF output power, channel spacing, etc.
(Assigned mode)
Transponder
Static and Dynamic information incl.
MMSI, Name, POSN, HDG, COG, SOG
Transponder
Interrogation and Response
Own ship
Ship 1
All ships broadcast Static and Dynamic information (autonomous and
continuous mode). If OS wants to know information about ship 1, OS shall
send an interrogation in polling mode; then ship 1 will transmit her
response on the same VHF channel without operator intervention.
AIS system
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Not all ships carry AIS
The Officer of the Watch (OOW) should always be aware that other ships, and in particular
leisure craft, fishing boats and warships, and some coastal shore stations (including
Vessel Traffic Service centers) might not be fitted with AIS.
The OOW should also be aware that AIS fitted on other ships as a mandatory carriage
requirement might be switched off by the master if its use might compromise the security
of the vessel. Thus, users are therefore cautioned to always bear in mind that information
provided by AIS may not be giving a complete or correct “picture” of shipping traffic in their
vicinity.
Use of AIS in collision avoidance
As an anti-collision aid the AIS has the following advantages over radar:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Information provided in near real-time
Capable of instant presentation of target course alterations
Not subject to target swap
Not subject to target loss in clutter
Not subject to target loss due to fast maneuvers
Able to detect ships within VHF/FM coverage, including in some circumstances, around
bends and behind islands.
When using the AIS for anti-collision purposes it is important to remember that the AIS is
an additional source of navigation information. It does not replace other navigational
systems. The AIS may not be giving a complete or correct “picture” of shipping traffic in its
vicinity.
The use of the AIS does not negate the responsibility of the OOW to comply with all
collision regulation requirements, especially the maintaining of a proper look-out. The
prudent navigator uses all aids available to navigate the ship.
Erroneous information
Erroneous information implies a risk to other ships as well as your own. Poorly configured
or improperly calibrated sensors might lead to incorrect information being transmitted. It is
the user’s responsibility to ensure that all information entered into the system is correct
and up to date.
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1.
OPERATION
1.1
Description of Controls
1
3
2
4
UNIVERSAL AIS
MENU
ENT
DISP
DIM
NAV
STATUS
FA-150
5
PWR
7
8
1
LCD Screen:
Displays various data.
2
CursorPad:
Shifts cursor; chooses menu items and options;
enters alphanumeric data.
3
MENU key:
Opens the menu.
4
ENT key:
Terminates keyboard input; changes screen.
5
DISP key:
Chooses a display screen; closes menu
6
DIM key:
Adjusts panel dimmer and LCD contrast.
7
NAV STATUS key: Displays nav status menu, which sets up for a voyage.
8
PWR key:
6
Turns the power on and off.
FA-150 Monitor unit
1-1
1. OPERATION
1.2
Turning the Power On and Off
Press the PWR key to turn the equipment on or off. When powered, the
equipment sounds a beep for several seconds and then proceeds in the
sequence shown below.
AUTOMATIC
IDENTIFICATION
SYSTEM
EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION
SCREEN
FURUNO ELECTRIC CORP.
[STARTUP TEST]
PROGRAM No.:
2450021-**.**
ROM
: OK
RAM
: OK
BACKUP DATA : OK
STARTUP SCREEN
**.**: Program Version No.
[- - - - - - - -]
NO OWN SHIP HDG: - - -°
SOG: - - .-kt
POSITION
NOW
INITIALIZING
COG: - - -.AVAILABLE.
CPA: - - -.-nm
TCPA: - -'- -"
INTRD: 0
RNG: 6 nm
DETAIL:[ENT]
PLOTTER DISPLAY
Startup sequence
The startup screen displays the program version number and the results of the
ROM, RAM and backup data test, showing OK or “NG” (No Good) as the result.
If “NG” (No Good) appears for any of the check results, try resetting the power
to restore normal operation. If that does not work, contact your dealer for
advice. After the startup test is completed the plotter display appears, showing
the messages “NO OWN SHIP POSITION AVAILABLE.” and “NOW
INITIALIZING.” These messages mean that position data has not yet arrived
and the transponder is initializing itself, respectively. When both messages
disappear the equipment is ready for use. If the message “ENTER MMSI!”
appears, the vessel’s MMSI has not been registered in the equipment. Enter
MMSI.
If there is no response from the transponder unit or vessel’s MMSI is not
registered in the equipment, the message “COMMUNICATION ERROR”
appears on the screen. Press any key to erase the message. Check if the
transponder unit is powered. Also check the connection between the monitor
unit and the transponder unit.
1-2
1. OPERATION
The FA-150 should be powered while underway or at anchor. The master may
switch off the AIS if he believes that the continual operation of the AIS might
compromise the safety or security of his ship. The AIS should be restarted
once the source of danger has disappeared.
The equipment transmits own ship static data within two minutes of start-up
and it is transmitted at six-minute intervals. Static data includes MMSI number,
IMO number, call sign, ship name, ship length and width, ship type and GPS
antenna position.
In addition to static data, ship’s dynamic data is also transmitted. This data
includes position with accuracy, SOG, COG, rate of turn, heading, etc. Dynamic
data is transmitted every 2 s to 3 min depending on ship’s speed, course
change. Voyage-related data, such as ship’s draft, hazardous cargo,
destination and estimated time of arrival are transmitted at six-minute intervals.
The FA-150 starts receiving data from AIS-equipped ships as soon as it is
turned on, and those ships’ location on the plotter display is shown with the AIS
symbol. (To learn more about the plotter display, see paragraph 1.7.) With
connection of a radar or ECDIS, the AIS target symbols may be overlaid on the
radar or ECDIS.
Note 1: If no navigation sensor is installed or a sensor such as a gyrocompass
has failed, the AIS automatically transmits “not available” data.
Note 2: The reporting intervals are as follows:
Ship’s navigation status and reporting interval
Ship’s navigation status
Ship at anchor or moored and not
moving faster than 3 kts
Ship at anchor or moored and moving at
more than 3 kts
0-14 kt speed
0-14 kt speed with course change
3 min
14-23 kt speed
6s
14-23 kt speed with course change
Speed higher than 23 kt
Speed higher than 23 kt with course
change
Reporting interval
(Class A target)
10 s
10 s
3 1/3 s
2s
2s
2s
1-3
1. OPERATION
1.3
Adjusting Panel Dimmer and Contrast
The panel dimmer and display contrast may be adjusted as follows:
1. Press the DIM key to show the dialog box below.
DIMMER
T
( 0 -8 )
S4
C O N T R A S T ( 0 -6 3 )
X44
W
EXIT: [ENT]
Panel dimmer and contrast dialog box
2. Use ▲ or ▼ to adjust panel dimmer; ◄ or ► to adjust contrast.
3. Press the ENT key to close the dialog box.
Note: If the equipment is turned off with the contrast setting of 35 or lower, the
equipment will start up with contrast setting 36 when the power is again
turned on.
1-4
1. OPERATION
1.4
Menu Overview
You can choose the functionality of the equipment through the menu. If you get
lost in operation, press the MENU key until you return to the main menu. The
complete menu tree is provided in the Appendix.
1.4.1
Menu operating procedure
1. Press the MENU key to display the main menu.
[MENU]
MSG
SENSOR STATUS
INTERNAL GPS
USER SETTINGS
INITIAL SETTINGS
CHANNEL SETTINGS
DIAGNOSTICS
Main menu
2. Use the CursorPad to choose a wanted menu and then press the ENT key.
3. Use the CursorPad to choose a wanted sub-menu and then press the ENT
key.
There are two types of sub-menus: option selection and data entry. (Some
sub-menus combine both.) Below are examples of each type of sub-menu.
[USER SETTINGS]
KEY BEEP
: ON
ALARM BUZZER : ON
DISP RCVD MSG : ABM
RCVD MSG BUZZ : OFF
LR MODE
: AUTO
AUTO SORT
: ON
CPA/TCPA ALARM
[DRAUGHT]
DRAUGHT:
USER SETTINGS sub-menu
(Option selection)
DRAUGHT input screen
(Data input)
00.0 m
Sample sub-menu screens
4. Use ▲ or ▼ to choose the item you wish to process and then press the
ENT key.
1-5
1. OPERATION
5. Depending on the sub-menu selected, you will choose an option or enter
alphanumeric data.
Choosing an option
The example below shows how to choose an option from the USER
SETTINGS menu. (See the illustration on the previous page.)
a) Use ▲ or ▼ to choose the menu item desired and then press the ENT key.
A window showing the options for the item selected is overlaid on the
sub-menu selected. For example, the options for KEY BEEP are as shown
below.
[USER SETTINGS]
KEY BEEP
: ON
ALARM BUZZER : ON
ON
DISP RCVD MSG : ABM
OFF
RCVD MSG BUZZ : OFF
LR MODE
: AUTO
AUTO SORT
: ON
CPA/TCPA ALARM
Options window
USER SETTINGS menu, showing options for KEY BEEP
b) Press ▲ or ▼ to choose option desired and then press the ENT key.
Entering alphanumeric data
The example below shows how to enter numeric data on the DRAUGHT
entry screen, which is page 5 of the NAV STATUS setup screens.
a) Choose DRAUGHT and then press the ENT key. An underline is under the
far left-hand digit.
[DRAUGHT]
DRAUGHT:
00.0 m
Cursor
DRAUGHT entry screen
b) Use ▲ or ▼ to choose appropriate numeric.
Note: For menus where you enter alphanumeric characters, pressing ▲
displays alphanumeric characters cyclically in order of blank space,
alphabet, numerals and symbols.
c) Use ► to shift the cursor to the adjacent place, and then use ▲ or ▼ to
choose numeric.
d) Repeat step c) to finish entering data for the item selected. To erase a
character, insert a space.
e) Press the ENT key to register data.
6. Press the DISP key to close the menu.
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1. OPERATION
1.5
Setting Up for a Voyage
There are seven items on the NAV STATUS menu that you will need to enter at
the start of a voyage: navigation status, destination, arrival date, arrival time,
number of crew, vessel type and draught.
1. Press the NAV STATUS key to open the NAV STATUS menu.
[NAV STATUS]
NAV STATUS:
0
***STATUS DETAIL***
UNDER WAY USING
ENGINE
NAV STATUS menu, page 1, nav status entry screen
2. If your navigation status is different from that shown, follow the procedure
below. If it is the same as shown, go to step 3.
a) Press the ENT key.
b) Press ▲ or ▼ to choose appropriate status and then press the ENT key.
Refer to the data below to choose appropriate nav status.
00: UNDER WAY USING ENGINE
01: AT ANCHOR
02: NOT UNDER COMMAND
03: RESTRICTED MANEUVERABILITY
04: CONSTRAINED BY DRAUGHT
05: MOORED
06: AGROUND
07: ENGAGED IN FISHING
08: UNDER WAY SAILING
09: RESERVED FOR HIGH SPEED CRAFT (HSC)
10: RESERVED FOR WING IN GROUND (WIG)
11-14: RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
15: NOT DEFINED (DEFAULT)
3. Press ► to show page 2 of the NAV STATUS menu.
[DESTINATION]
WX
*************(0/0)
[NEW?]
NAV STATUS menu, page 2
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1. OPERATION
4. NEW is selected; press the ENT key.
[DESTINATION]
ENTER A NEW
DESTINATION
QUIT:[NAV STATUS]
NAV STATUS menu, page 2 (destination entry screen)
5. Press the ENT key. Use the CursorPad to enter destination and then press
the ENT key. You may use up to 20 alphanumeric characters, and you may
enter 20 destinations. Pressing ▲ displays alphanumeric characters in
order of blank space, alphabet, numerals and symbols. (For how to enter
alphanumeric characters, see “Entering alphanumeric data” on page 1-6.)
PROCESSING DESTINATIONS
If you have already registered some destinations, page 2 of the NAV STATUS
menu looks something like the one below. From this screen you can select,
edit or delete destinations.
[DESTINATION]
COTE D'IVOIRE
WX
Current destination
*************(0/3)
[NEW?]
SEATTLE
SAN FRANCISCO
COTE D'IVOIRE
Destination list
1) Use the CursorPad to choose appropriate destination and then press the ENT key
to show the options window below.
SELECT
EDIT
DELETE
2) Use the CursorPad to choose SELECT, EDIT or DELETE as appropriate and
then press the ENT key. Do one of the following according to your objective.
Select a destination: Press the ENT key.
Edit a destination: Edit the destination as appropriate; press the ENT key.
Delete a destination: The prompt below appears. Press W to choose YES; press
the ENT key.
DESTINATION DELETE.
ARE YOU SURE?
YES
NO
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1. OPERATION
6. Press ► to show page 3 of the NAV STATUS menu.
[ARRIVAL TIME]
WX
25/APR
DATE :
TIME:
0:00
NAV STATUS menu, page 3 (date and time of arrival entry screen)
7. DATE is selected; press the ENT key.
8. Use the CursorPad to enter the date of arrival and then press the ENT key.
9. TIME is selected; press the ENT key.
10. Use the CursorPad to enter the estimated time of arrival and then press
the ENT key. Use 24-hour notation.
11. Press ► to show page 4 of the NAV STATUS menu.
[CARGO TYPE & CREW] WX
CREW:
0
TYPE NO:
00
**** TYPE DETAIL****
NOT AVAILABLE
NAV STATUS menu, page 4 (cargo type and crew entry screen)
12. CREW is selected; press the ENT key.
13. Use the CursorPad to enter number of crew (setting range: 0-8191) and
then press the ENT key.
14. TYPE NO. is selected; press the ENT key.
15. Use the CursorPad to choose type of vessel, referring to the table on the
next page, and then press the ENT key.
Note 1: Only the second digit of the vessel class may be entered here; the
first digit is entered on the INITIAL SETTINGS menu, during
installation.
Note 2: When “Tanker” is chosen and the Nav status is “Moored”, output
power is automatically switched to 1 W when SOG is less than 3
kts. Further, in the above condition, when SOG becomes higher
than 3 knots, the pop-up message “CHANGE NAV STATUS?”
appears and a beep sounds. (The pop-up message “TX POWER
CHANGED” also appears to notify you that the Tx power has
changed). To erase the pop-up message, press any key or lower
SOG below 3 kts.
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1. OPERATION
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FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
WIG
WIG
WIG
WIG
WIG
WIG
WIG
WIG
WIG
WIG
FISHING
TOWING
ALL SHIPS OF THIS TYPE
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(A)
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(B)
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(C)
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(D)
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
NONE
ALL SHIPS OF THIS TYPE
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(A)
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(B)
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(C)
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(D)
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
NONE
60 PASSENGER SHIPS ALL SHIPS OF THIS TYPE
61 PASSENGER SHIPS CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(A)
62 PASSENGER SHIPS CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(B)
63 PASSENGER SHIPS CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(C)
64 PASSENGER SHIPS CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(D)
65 PASSENGER SHIPS FUTURE USE
66 PASSENGER SHIPS FUTURE USE
67 PASSENGER SHIPS FUTURE USE
68 PASSENGER SHIPS FUTURE USE
69 PASSENGER SHIPS NONE
70 CARGO SHIPS
ALL SHIPS OF THIS TYPE
71 CARGO SHIPS
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(A)
72 CARGO SHIPS
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(B)
73 CARGO SHIPS
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(C)
74 CARGO SHIPS
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(D)
75 CARGO SHIPS
FUTURE USE
76 CARGO SHIPS
FUTURE USE
77 CARGO SHIPS
FUTURE USE
78 CARGO SHIPS
FUTURE USE
79 CARGO SHIPS
NONE
ALL SHIPS OF THIS TYPE
80 TANKER
81 TANKER
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(A)
LENGTH OF THE TOW EXCEEDS 200M OR BREADTH EXCEEDS 25M 82 TANKER
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(B)
ENGAGED IN DREDGING OR UNDERWATER OPERATIONS 83 TANKER
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(C)
ENGAGED IN DIVING OPERATIONS
84 TANKER
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(D)
ENGAGED IN MILITARY OPERATIONS
85 TANKER
FUTURE USE
SAILING
86 TANKER
FUTURE USE
PLEASURE CRAFT
87 TANKER
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
88 TANKER
FUTURE USE
FUTURE USE
89 TANKER
NONE
HSC
ALL SHIPS OF THIS TYPE
90 OTHER TYPE OF SHIP ALL SHIPS OF THIS TYPE
HSC
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(A)
91 OTHER TYPE OF SHIP CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(A)
HSC
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(B)
92 OTHER TYPE OF SHIP CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(B)
HSC
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(C)
93 OTHER TYPE OF SHIP CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(C)
HSC
CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(D)
94 OTHER TYPE OF SHIP CARRYING DG, HS, OR MP(D)
HSC
FUTURE USE
95 OTHER TYPE OF SHIP FUTURE USE
HSC
FUTURE USE
96 OTHER TYPE OF SHIP FUTURE USE
HSC
FUTURE USE
97 OTHER TYPE OF SHIP FUTURE USE
HSC
FUTURE USE
98 OTHER TYPE OF SHIP FUTURE USE
HSC
NONE
99 OTHER TYPE OF SHIP NONE
PILOT
WIG: Wing in ground
SEARCH AND RESCUE VESSELS
HSC:High speed craft
TUGS
DG: Dangerous goods
PORT TENDERS
VESSELS WITH ANTI-POLL UTION FACILITIES OR EQUIPMENT
LAW ENFORCEMENT VESSELS
SPARE-FOR ASSIGNMENTS TO LOCAL VESSELS
SPARE-FOR ASSIGNMENTS TO LOCAL VESSELS
MEDICAL TRANSPORTS
SHIPS ACCORDING TO RESOLUTION NO 18
HS: Harmful substances
MP: Marine pollutants
0-9: Undefined
16. Press ► to go to page 5 of the NAV STATUS menu.
[DRAUGHT]
DRAUGHT:
DRAUGHT i
W
00.0 m
t
NAV STATUS menu, page 5 (draught entry screen)
17. Press the ENT key.
18. Use the CursorPad to enter ship’s draught (setting range: 0-25.5(m)), and
then press the ENT key.
19. Press the DISP key to close the menu.
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1. OPERATION
1.6
Setting CPA/TCPA
Set the CPA (Closest Point of Approach) and TCPA (Time to Closest Point of
Approach) range for which you want to be alerted to AIS targets close to own
ship. When a ship’s CPA and TCPA are lower than that set here, the buzzer
sounds (if active) and the message COLLISION ALARM appears.
1. Press the MENU key to open the main menu.
2. Use ▲ or ▼ to choose USER SETTINGS and then press the ENT key.
3. Use ▲ or ▼ to choose CPA/TCPA ALARM and then press the ENT key.
[CPA/TCPA ALARM]
CPA
: 6.00 nm
TCPA
: 60 min
ALARM MODE : ON
ALARM BUZZER : ON
QUIT[MENU]
CPA/TCPA ALARM sub-menu
4. CPA is selected; press the ENT key.
5. Use the CursorPad to enter CPA (setting range: 0-6.00 nm) and then press
the ENT key.
6. TCPA is selected; press the ENT key.
7. Use the CursorPad to enter TCPA (setting range: 0-60 min) and then press
the ENT key.
8. ALARM MODE is selected; press the ENT key.
9. Choose ON to enable the CPA/TCPA alarm feature; OFF to disable it. Press
the ENT key.
10. ALARM BUZZER is selected; press the ENT key.
11. Choose ON to enable the CPA/TCPA audio alarm, or OFF to disable it.
Press the ENT key.
12. Press the DISP key to close the menu.
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1. OPERATION
1.7
Choosing a Display
Use the DISP key to choose a display. Each time the key is pressed, the
display changes in the sequence shown below.
PLOTTER
DISPLAY
TARGET LIST
(See para. 1.7.2. )
TARGET LIST
PLOTTER DISPLAY
(See para. 1.7.1.)
DANGEROUS
LIST
Switch between these
displays with , .
OWN STATIC
DATA 1
OWN STATIC
DATA 2
OWN STATIC
DATA 3
DANGEROUS (TARGET) LIST
(See para. 1.7.3.)
When a dangerous target
exists the dangerous target
list has priority.
OWN STATIC
DATA 4
OWN STATIC
DATA 5
OWN SHIP'S STATIC DATA
Switch among these
.
displays with
(See para. 1.7.4.)
OWN SHIP'S DYNAMIC DATA
OWN DYNAMIC
(See para. 1.7.5.)
DATA
ALARM
STATUS
ALARM STATUS DISPLAY
(See para. 2.5.)
Display selection sequence
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1. OPERATION
1.7.1
Plotter display
The plotter display, which automatically appears at power-on, shows the range
and course of AIS-equipped ships within the current range. The position and
course of your ship are also displayed.
Selected target
(circle filled in black)
Target (hollow circle)
Own ship
course marker
Lost target
Display range
RNG:
6 nm
[FURUNO]
HDG: 111°
SOG: 10kt
COG: 111°
CPA: 6.19 nm
TCPA: 12'59
INTRD: 1
DETAIL:[ENT]
Target name
Heading
Speed
Data for target
Course
selected
CPA
TCPA
Number of dangerous
targets
Dangerous target
(Target whose CPA and TCPA are lower
than CPA and TCPA alarm settings.)
Plotter display
A target marker (hollow circle w/vector) indicates the presence of a vessel
equipped with AIS in a certain location and course. If you desire to know more
about a vessel’s data, see the next paragraph.
Operations on the plotter display
1. Press the DISP key to show the plotter display.
2. Use ▼ or ▲ to choose the range. The available ranges are (in nm) 0.125,
0.25, 0.5, 0.75, 1.5, 3, 6, 12, and 24.
3. To find a target’s data, see paragraph 1.7.2.
Note 1: A target is declared a lost target under the conditions shown in the
table below. A target is erased from the screen 6 minutes and 40
seconds after it is declared a lost target.
Ship’s navigation status
Ship at anchor or moored and not moving faster than 3 kts
Ship at anchor or moored and moving at more than 3 kts
0-14 kt speed
0-14 kt speed with course change
14-23 kt speed
14-23 kt speed with course change
Speed higher than 23 kt
Speed higher than 23 kt with course change
Target declared as lost target after
10 min
50 s
50 s
50 s
25 s
25 s
7s
7s
Note 2: When a target’s CPA and TCPA are lower than set in paragraph 1.6,
the target flashes and the audio alarm sounds (if active). Press any
key to stop the flashing and silence the audio alarm. Take suitable
measures to avoid collision.
Note 3: "DNGR" (DANGER) appears at the end of the HDG field when a
target's CPA and TCPA are lower than the CPA and TCPA alarm
settings. Further, when a target becomes a lost target, “LOST” appears
at the end of the HDG field.
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1. OPERATION
1.7.2
Target list (displaying target data)
1. At the plotter display, press the DISP key to show the TARGET LIST, which
lists all AIS targets being detected by the FA-150.
Target's name, and
range and bearing
(from north) from
own ship to target
[TARGET LIST]
NAME RNG( nm) BRG(°)
FURUNO
2.90 276.1
VOYAGE
3.10 292.9
QUEST
4.30 279.5
SEADOG
8.60
82.0
INTREP
9.10 123.1
1/ 10 [T] DTL[ENT] DNG[X]
Press X to switch to
DANGEROUS LIST.
(See para. 1.7.3.)
Target type symbols
None: Ship
: Base station
: SAR
: AtoN
Target list
Note 1: If the dangerous target list appears, press ◄ to switch to the target
list.
Note 2: If there is no data for the target selected, the message NO SEL
appears. Hit any key to escape.
Note 3: Targets are automatically sorted in range order (closest to furthest)
when no key is operated for 30 seconds. Target order is then
updated every five seconds.
Note 4: The range and bearing are updated when AUTO SORT on the
INITIAL SETTINGS menu is OFF, however target order is not
updated. To do this, press ◄, and targets are sorted in range order.
“NOW SORTING” is shown while sorting.
Note 5: You may also choose a target directly on the plotter display. Press
◄ or ► to paint the circle of a desired target in black and then
press the ENT key. You can sort targets in range order: Press ► to
sort in closest to furthest order; ◄ to sort in furthest to closest
order. The display then looks something like the one shown at the
top of one of the next page. If you wish to see other target data, go
to step 3 below.
2. Use ▼ or ▲ to choose the target whose data you wish to view, and then
press the ENT key. The display then looks something like one of the
displays shown on the next several pages, according to type of target.
3. Use ▼ or ▲ to scroll the display to see other data.
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1. OPERATION
Target data display, mobile class A
[DETAILS SHIP]
1/6
MMSI [A] : 431099806
NAME : FURUNO
MMSI no.
Name
CALL SIGN : ZL6DEF1
IMO No. : 109873421
CPA
: 0.02 nm
TCPA
: 0'17"
Call sign
IMO no.
CPA
TCPA
[DETAILS SHIP]
2/6
MMSI [A]: 431099806
LAT : 34°03.5442'N
LON : 134°30.3883'E
S/C : 17.8 kt/ 213.5°
HDG : 278° PA: H
R/B : 25.12 nm/351.5°
ROT : R 0.1°/min
MMSI No.
Latitude
Longitude
Speed over ground, course over ground
Heading, Position Accuracy (H, High, L, Low)
Range and bearing from own ship
Rate of Turn (L: Left, R: Rightt)
[DETAILS SHIP]
3/6
MMSI [A] : 431099806
A
: 100 m
B
: 23 m
: 6m
A C
: 6m
B D
LENGTH: 123 m
C D
BEAM : 12 m
[DETAILS SHIP]
4/6
MMSI [A] : 431099806
TYPE OF SHIP : 25
****TYPE DETAIL****
CARGO SHIPS
ALL SHIPS OF
THIS TYPE
[DETAILS SHIP]
5/6
MMSI [A] : 431099806
NAV STATUS : 0
****STATUS DETAIL****
UNDER WAY USING
ENGINE
"DNGR" (DANGER) appears
(in reverse video) when a
target's CPA and TCPA
are lower than the CPA/TCPA
setting.
"LOST" appears (in reverse video)
when signal from a target is lost.
Six minutes and 40 seconds after
loss of signal the target's data is erased.
MMSI no.
Distance from bow to GPS antenna position
Distance from stern to GPS antenna position
Distance from port to GPS antenna position
Distance from starboard to GPS antenna position
Length of ship
Beam of ship
MMSI no.
Type no.
Type description
MMSI no.
Navigation status no.
Navigation status description
[DETAILS SHIP]
6/6
MMSI [A]: 431099806
DESTINATION
TOKYO
MMSI no.
Destination
DATE: 05/MAY
TIME: 23:42
Date of arrival at destination
Estimated time of arrival
Target data display, mobile class A
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1. OPERATION
Target data display, mobile class B
[DETAILS SHIP]
1/4
MMSI [B]: 431099806
NAME : FURUNO
MMSI No.
Name
CPA
TCPA
CPA
TCPA
: 0.02 nm
: 0'17"
"DNGR" (DANGER) appears
(in reverse video) when a
target's CPA and TCPA
are lower than the CPA/TCPA
setting.
"LOST" appears (in reverse video)
when signal from a target is lost.
Six minutes and 40 seconds after loss
of signal the target's data is erased.
[DETAILS SHIP]
2/4
MMSI [B]: 431099806
LAT : 34°03.5442'N
LON : 134°30.3883'E
S/C : 17.8 kt/ 213.5°
HDG : 278° PA: H
R/B : 25.12 nm/351.5°
[DETAILS SHIP]
3/4
MMSI [B] : 431099806
A
: 100 m
B
: 23 m
C
: 6m
A
D
: 6m
B
LENGTH: 123 m
C D
BEAM : 12 m
[DETAILS SHIP]
4/4
MMSI [B] : 431099806
TYPE OF SHIP : 25
****TYPE DETAIL****
CARGO SHIPS
ALL SHIPS OF
THIS TYPE
MMSI No.
Latitude
Longitude
Speed over ground, course over ground
Heading, Position Accuracy (H, High, L, Low)
Range and bearing from own ship
MMSI No.
Distance from bow to GPS antenna position
Distance from stern to GPS antenna position
Distance from port to GPS antenna position
Distance from starboard to GPS antenna position
Length of ship
Beam of ship
MMSI No.
Type No.
Type description
Target data display, mobile class B
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1. OPERATION
Target data display, base station
"DNGR" (DANGER) appears
(in reverse video) when a
target's CPA and TCPA
are lower than the CPA/TCPA
setting.
[DETAILS BS]
1/1
MMSI : 001099806
CPA
: 0.02 nm
TCPA : 0'17"
LAT : 34°03.5442'N
LON: 134°30.3883'E
PA : H
R/B : 25.12 nm/351.5°
"LOST" appears (in reverse video)
when signal from a target is lost.
Six minutes and 40 seconds after loss
of signal the target's data is erased.
MMSI no.
CPA
TCPA
Latitude
Longitude
Position Accuracy (H, High, L, Low)
Range and bearing from own ship
Target data display, base station
Target data display, SAR (Search and Rescue)
[DETAILS SAR]
1/2
MMSI : 431099806
CPA
: 0.02 nm
TCPA : 0'17"
MMSI No.
CPA
TCPA
"DNGR" (DANGER) appears
(in reverse video) when a
target's CPA and TCPA
are lower than the CPA/TCPA
setting.
"LOST" appears (in reverse video)
when signal from a target is lost.
Six minutes and 40 seconds after loss
of signal the target's data is erased.
[DETAILS SAR]
2/2
MMSI : 431099806
LAT: 34°03.5442'N
LON: 134°30.3883'E
ALT: 1800 m
S/C: 17.8 kt/ 213.5°
PA: H
R/B: 25.12 nm/351.5°
MMSI No.
Latitude
Longitude
Altitude
Speed over ground, course over ground
Position Accuracy (H, High, L, Low)
Range and bearing from own ship
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1. OPERATION
Target data display, AtoN (Aid to Navigation)
[DETAILS AtoN]
MMSI : 431099806
NAME : FURUNO
1/4
MMSI No.
Name
"DNGR" (DANGER) appears
(in reverse video) when a
target's CPA and TCPA
are lower than the CPA/TCPA
setting.
CPA : 0.02 nm
TCPA : 0'17"
CPA
TCPA
[DETAILS AtoN]
2/4
MMSI : 431099806
LAT : 34°03.5442'N
LON : 134°30.3883'E
PA : H
R/B : 25.12 nm/351.5°
PI
: ON POSITION
MMSI No.
Latitude
Longitude
Position Accuracy (H, High, L, Low)
Range and bearing from own ship
Off Position or On Position
[DETAILS AtoN]
3/4
MMSI : 431099806
A
: 100 m
B
: 23 m
C
: 6m
A
D
: 6m
B
LENGTH: 123 m
C D
BEAM : 12 m
[DETAILS AtoN]
4/4
MMSI : 431099806
VIRTUAL AtoN
TYPE OF AtoN: 20
****TYPE OF DETAIL****
CARDINAL MARK N
1-18
"LOST" appears (in reverse video)
when signal from a target is lost.
Six minutes and 40 seconds after loss
of signal the target's data is erased.
MMSI No.
Distance from bow to GPS antenna position
Distance from stern to GPS antenna position
Distance from port to GPS antenna position
Distance from starboard to GPS antenna position
Length of ship
Beam of ship
MMSI No.
AtoN existence (real or virtual)
Type of AtoN (See next page.)
Description of AtoN
1. OPERATION
The table below shows all the AtoN codes which may appear on the AtoN
target data display. The AtoN name which appears on the AtoN target display is
shown in uppercase alphabet.
A to N code and description
Code
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Description
DEFAULT, TYPE OF A TO N NOT SPECIFIED
REFERENCE POINT
RACON
OFF SHORE STRUCTURE
SPARE
LIGHT, WITHOUT SECTORS
LIGHT, WITH SECTORS
LEADING LIGHT FRONT
LEADING LIGHT REAR
BEACON, CARDINAL N
BEACON, CARDINAL E
BEACON, CARDINAL S
BEACON, CARDINAL W
BEACON, PORT HAND
BEACON, STARBOARD HAND
BEACON, PREFERRED CHANNEL PORT HAND
BEACON, PREFERRED CHANNEL STARBOARD
HAND
BEACON, ISOLATED DANGER
BEACON, SAFE WATER
BEACON, SPECIAL MARK
CARDINAL MARK N
CARDINAL MARK E
CARDINAL MARK S
CARDINAL MARK W
PORT HAND MARK
STARBOARD HAND MARK
PREFERRED CHANNEL PORT HAND
PREFERRED CHANNEL STARBOARD HAND
ISOLATED DANGER
SAFE WATER
SPECIAL MARK
LIGHT VESSEL / LANBY
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1. OPERATION
1.7.3
Dangerous (target) list
You can easily find dangerous ships whose CPA and TCPA are lower than the
CPA and TCPA alarm settings.
1. At the plotter display, press the DISP key to show the Target List (see
paragraph 1.7.2).
Note 1: If the target list appears, press ► to show the dangerous list.
Note 2: Targets are automatically sorted by TCPA when no key is operated
for 30 seconds. Target order is then updated every five seconds.
2. Press ► to show the Dangerous List.
[DANGEROUS LIST]
Target name,
CPA and TCPA
NAME CPA (nm) TCPA
FURUNO 0.50
3'20"
EXPLOR 1.20
3'35"
INTREP 1.80
3'50"
VOYAGE 1.90
3'55"
SEADOG 2.00
4'00"
1/ 10 [T] DTL[ENT] RNG[W]
Press W to switch to
TARGET LIST.
Dangerous list
3. To find detailed information about a dangerous target, use ▼ or ▲ to
choose the target and then press the ENT key.
4. Use the CursorPad to change page – ▼ or ▲ to go forward; ▲ or ◄ to go
back.
Note 1: The message “LOST” appears at the top of the Dangerous List when
no AIS signal is received from the selected target.
Note 2: CPA and TCPA are automatically updated when AUTO SORT on the
INITIAL SETTINGS menu is OFF, however target order is not updated.
To do this, press ◄, and the targets are sorted in TCPA order.
“NOW SORTING” is shown while sorting.
1.7.4
Own ship’s static data
The OWN STATIC DATA display shows, on five pages, own ship’s static data,
which includes MMSI, call sign and name, IMO number, type of ship and
location of position fixing antenna. This data should be checked once per
voyage or once per month whichever is shorter. Data may be changed only on
the authority of the master.
1. At the plotter display, press the DISP key twice to show “OWN STATIC
DATA”. See the next page.
2. Use the CursorPad to view other own static data; ▼ or ► to go forward, ▲
or ◄ to go back.
See the illustration on the next page for own ship’s static data examples.
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1. OPERATION
[OWN STATIC DATA] 1/5
NAME
: FURUNO
VOYAGER
CALL SIGN: CAL0001
MMSI
: 123456789
IMO No.
: 623498071
Name
Call sign
MMSI no.
IMO no.
[OWN STATIC DATA] 2/5
DESTINATION:
TOKYO
Destination
DATE: 12/DEC
TIME : 10:25
Estimated date of arrival
Estimated time of arrival
[OWN STATIC DATA] 3/5
DRAUGHT : 12.1 m
NAV STATUS: 0
***STATUS DETAIL***
UNDER WAY USING
ENGINE
[OWN STATIC DATA] 4/5
CPA : 1.50 nm
TCPA : 10 min
ANT POS INT
EXT
LENGTH A : 75 m 77 m
LENGTH B : 20 m 18 m
LENGTH C : 15 m 18 m
LENGTH D : 15 m 12 m
[OWN STATIC DATA] 5/5
CREW : 12
TYPE OF SHIP: 36
CLASS : A
****TYPE DETAIL****
SAILING
Draught
Navigation status no.
Navigation status description
CPA (preset value)
TCPA (preset value)
INT: Internal GPS, EXT: External GPS
Distance from bow to GPS antenna position
Distance from stern to GPS antenna position
Distance from port to GPS antenna position
Distance from starboard to GPS antenna position
Number of crew
Ship type
Ship class
Type detail
OWN STATIC DATA displays
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1. OPERATION
1.7.5
Own dynamic data display
The OWN DYNAMIC DATA display shows your ship’s dynamic data, which
includes time, date, ship’s position, course over ground (COG), speed over
ground (SOG), rate of turn (ROT), and heading.
The OOW should periodically check position, speed over ground and sensor
information.
At the plotter display, press the DISP key three times to show the OWN
DYNAMIC DATA display.
Date, time
Latitude
Longitude
Speed over ground
Course over ground, Heading
Rate of turn
Position accuracy
(H: High, L: Low),
RAIM status
(USE or UNUSE)
[OWN DYNAMIC DATA]
01/MAY/2004 13:24:55
LAT : 34°45.2132' N
LON : 135°21.2345' E
SOG: 8.1 kt INT GPS
COG: 118.5° HDG:118°
ROT: R10.3°/min*
PA: H
RAIM: USE
Antenna marker flashes when transmitting
GPS receiver in use
INT GPS:
Internal GPS
INT DGPS: Internal DGPS
EXT GPS: External GPS
EXT DGPS: External DGPS
NO FIX:
No position fix
* = If no ROT device is connected and HDG
sentence is input from a gyrocompass, etc.,
the following is displayed:
Rate of turn less than 10°/min.: 0.0
Rate of turn 10°/min. rightward or higher: R>10
Rate of turn 10°/min. leftward or higher: L>10
OWN DYNAMIC DATA display
1.7.6
Alarm status display
The alarm status display shows the date and time alarms were violated. For
further details, see paragraph 2.5.
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1. OPERATION
1.8
Messages
You may send and receive messages via the VHF link, to a specified
destination (MMSI) or all ships in the area. Messages can be sent to warn of
safety of navigation; for example, an iceberg sighted. Routine messages are
also permitted.
Short safety-related messages are only an additional means to broadcast
safety information. They do not remove the requirements of the GMDSS.
When a message is received, the equipment beeps and the indication
“MESSAGE” appears. The contents of the message may be viewed on the
receive message log.
1.8.1
Sending a message
1. Press the MENU key to open the main menu.
2. Use ▼ or ▲ to choose MSG and then press
the ENT key.
[MSG]
CREATE MSG
TX LOG
RX LOG
MSG sub-menu
3. CREATE MSG is selected; press the ENT
key.
[CREATE MSG]
SET MSG TYPE
SET MSG
SEND MSG
CREATE MSG sub-menu
4. SET MSG TYPE is selected; press the ENT
key.
[SET MSG TYPE]
ADRS TYPE: BROAD CAST
MMSI
:--------MSG TYPE : NORMAL
CHANNEL: ALTERNATE
MMS
SET MSG TYPE sub-menu
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1. OPERATION
5. ADRS TYPE is selected; press the ENT key.
BROAD CAST
ADRS CAST
6. Choose ADRS CAST to send a message to a specific AIS-equipped ship, or
BROAD CAST to send a message to all AIS-equipped ships within
broadcasting range. Press the ENT key.
7. For BROAD CAST, go to step 8. For ADRS CAST, “MMSI” is selected;
press the ENT key, use the CursorPad to enter MMSI number of the vessel
which you want to receive the message, and then press the ENT key.
8. MSG TYPE is chosen; press the ENT key.
SAFETY
NORMAL
9. Choose message type: NORMAL (message other than safety) or SAFETY
(important navigational or meteorological warning). Press the ENT key.
10. CHANNEL is chosen; press the ENT key.
ALTERNATE
BOTH A & B
A
B
11. Choose which channel to transmit your message over.
12. Press the ENT key.
13. Press the MENU key to return to the CREATE MSG sub-menu.
14. Choose SET MSG and press the ENT key.
[SET MSG]
*: Number of characters available with each message type is
as follows:
NORMAL message with BROAD-CAST : 156 characters
NORMAL message with ADDRESS-CAST : 151 characters
SAFETY message with BROAD-CAST
: 161 characters
SAFETY message with ADDRESS-CAST : 156 characters
01(151)* [DIM]HOLD:CLEAR
Number of characters used/available
SET MSG screen
15. Use the CursorPad to enter your message. Use ▼ or ▲ to choose
character; ◄ or ► to shift the cursor.
SEND MESSAGE.
16. Press the ENT key to return to the CREATE
MSG sub-menu.
ARE YOU SURE?
YES
NO
17. Choose SEND MSG and then press the ENT
key, and the prompt shown right appears.
18. Press ◄ to choose YES and then press the
ENT key to send your message.
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1. OPERATION
The screen shows message status as follows:
AIS message status messages and their meanings
Message
NOW SENDING.
SEND MESSAGE COMPLETE.
PRESS ANY KEY
SEND MESSAGE UNSUCCESSFUL.
PRESS ANY KEY
SEND MESSAGE UNSUCCESSFUL.
MMSI: XXXXXXXXX
PRESS ANY KEY
NOW WAITING RESPONSE.
PRESS ANY KEY
1.8.2
Meaning
Message is being sent.
Transmission of message completed. (MMSI is
additionally shown in case of addressed message.)
Message could not be sent.
Message sent successfully, however there is no reply
from receiver of message.
You tried to send a message while the transponder is
awaiting receive confirmation (successful or
unsuccessful) for the first-sent message. After
confirmation is received, the next sequential message
will be sent.
Receiving messages
How to view a received message
When a message is received, the window below appears on the display. To
view the contents of the message follow the procedure below.
MESSAGE !
PRESS ANY KEY
Message received window
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press any key to erase the “message received” window.
Press the MENU key to show the main menu.
Choose MSG and then press the ENT key.
Choose RX LOG and then press the ENT key.
Date and time
message received
("NEW" displayed for
unread message)
[RX LOG]
03/MAY 13:25 NEW
FR : 431099111 N-ABM
28/MAR 03:43
FR: 431099111 S-ABM
22/MAR 18:00
FR: 431099111 N-ABM
MMSI of sender, type of message
N-ABM: Normal, addressed binary
S-ABM: Safety, addressed binary
N-BBM: Normal, broadcast binary
S-BBM: Safety, broadcast binary
1/3[T ] MSG[ENT] QUIT[MENU]
Received message log
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5. To view the contents of an unread message, use the CursorPad to choose
the message and then press the ENT key. Below is an example of a
received message.
[RX LOG]
I HAVE CHANGED MY
COURSE TO 350 DEGREE.
QUIT[MENU]
Received message example
6. Press the DISP key to close the log.
Displaying received messages in a window
You may display incoming messages in a window as follows:
1. Press the MENU key to open the menu.
2. Use the CursorPad to choose USER SETTINGS and then press the ENT
key.
[USER SETTINGS]
KEY BEEP
: ON
ALARM BUZZER : ON
DISP RCVD MSG : ALL
RCVD MSG BUZZ: ON
LR MODE
: AUTO
AUTO SORT
: ON
CPA/TCPA ALARM
USER SETTINGS sub-menu
3. Use the CursorPad to choose DISP RCVD MSG and then press the ENT
key.
ALL
ABM
OFF
4. Use the CursorPad to choose which category of receive message you
want to display automatically and then press the ENT key.
ALL: Display any message upon receipt
ABM: Display only addressed binary messages upon their receipt
OFF: Disable automatic displaying of incoming messages
5. Press the DISP key to close the menu.
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1.8.3
Message logs
The FA-150 stores the latest 20 each of transmitted and received messages in
respective message logs. When a log becomes full, the oldest message in the
log is automatically deleted to make room for the latest.
To display a message log, do the following:
1. Press the MENU key to open the menu.
2. Choose MSG and then press the ENT key.
3. Choose TX LOG or RX LOG as appropriate and then press the ENT key.
Below is an example of the Tx log. For the appearance of the Rx log, see
paragraph 1.8.2.
Date and time message
transmitted, message status
OK: Message transmitted
successfully
FAIL: Message could not
be transmitted
[TX LOG]
31/APR 13:25 OK
TO: 431099111 N-ABM
27/MAR 03:43
TO: 431099111 S-ABM
19/MAR 18:00
TO: 431099111 N-ABM
MMSI of receiver, type of message
N-ABM: Normal, addressed binary
S-ABM: Safety, addressed binary
N-BBM: Normal, broadcast binary
S-BBM: Safety, broadcast binary
1/20[ ] MSG[ENT] QUIT[MENU]
TX message log
4. To view the contents of a message, choose it with ▼ or ▲ and then press
the ENT key. Below is an example of a transmitted message. For an
example of a received message, see paragraph 1.8.2.
[TX LOG]
CHANGE YOUR COURSE TO
350 DEGREE.
QUIT[MENU]
Transmitted message example
5. Press the DISP key to close the log.
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1. OPERATION
1.9
Regional Operating Channels
AIS operates primarily on two dedicated VHF channels, CH 2087 and CH2088.
Where these channels are not available regionally, the AIS is capable of being
automatically switched to designated alternate channels by means of a
message from a shore facility. Where no shore based AIS or GMDSS sea area
A1 station is in place, the AIS should be switched manually as in paragraph
1.9.2.
A regional operating area is set with the procedure shown below. The most
recent eight areas are memorized.
• Automatic setting of VHF DSC (channel 70) from shore-based AIS
• Automatic setting by AIS message from shore-based AIS
• Setting by shipboard system such as ECDIS
• Manual setting
The default area is as follows:
• Tx power: 12.5 W
• Channel no. 2087, 2088
• Frequency bandwidth: 25 kHz
• Tx/Rx mode: Tx/Rx
1.9.1
Viewing channels, Tx power
Do the following to view current channels.
1. Press the MENU key to open the menu.
2. Choose CHANNEL SETTINGS and then press the ENT key.
[CHANNEL SETTINGS]
VIEW CHANNEL
EDIT CHANNEL
QUIT[MENU]
CHANNEL SETTINGS menu
3. Choose VIEW CHANNEL and then press the ENT key.
Power
Channel
[VIEW CHANNEL]
POWER : 12.5W
CHANNEL NO.
CH-A: 2087
CH-B: 2088
QUIT[MENU]
VIEW CHANNEL display
4. Press the DISP key to close the display.
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1. OPERATION
1.9.2
Displaying, editing regional operating area status
You may display the status of regional operating areas currently memorized in
the equipment. Nine of any combination of AIS message from shore-based AIS,
DSC message, manual settings and commands from ECDIS or a PC may be
registered and one will be HIGH SEA.
About registering areas
• AIS and DSC messages registered within last two hours cannot be edited.
• An item labeled HIGH SEA cannot be registered. (“HIGH SEA” are data used
for international waters not controlled by shore-based AIS.)
• If two areas overlap one another the older data is deleted.
• Data older than five weeks is deleted.
• Area data is deleted when it is more than 500 miles from the area for which it
was registered.
1. Press the MENU key to open the menu.
2. Choose CHANNEL SETTINGS and then press the ENT key.
3. Choose EDIT CHANNEL and then press the ENT key.
[EDIT CHANNEL]
SELECT NO. : 0
TIME
- -/- - - - -: - -: - FROM
MMSI: - - - - - - - - TYPE: MANUAL
QUIT [MENU] EDIT[ENT]
EDIT CHANNEL sub-menu, page 1
SELECT NO.: File number, 0-9. In order of distance from own ship,
from closest to furthest.
TIME:
Data and time equipment controlled by external source.
MMSI:
MMSI displayed for control by DSC or shore-based AIS.
Dashes or “EMPTY” (no data) otherwise.
TYPE:
How channel is controlled: AIS, AIS message; HIGH SEA
(for reference setting) PI, ECDIS or PC; DSC, DSC,
MANUAL, manual control
Note: MMSI and TYPE must be set to other than “HIGH SEA” to edit.
4. Use ▼ or ▲ to choose desired file number from SELECT NO.
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5. Press the ENT key to show details.
[EDIT CHANNEL]
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FROM MMSI: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
POWER : 12.5W
CH NO. CH-A: 2087
CH-B: 2088
MODE
CH-A: TX/RX
CH-B: TX/RX
ZONE:
1nm
EDIT CHANNEL sub-menu, page 1
6. POWER is selected; press the ENT key to show the channel power
options.
2W
12.5W
7. Use ▼ or ▲ to choose power desired and then press the ENT key.
8. CH NO. CH-A is selected; press the ENT key.
9. Use the CursorPad to choose channel number for CH-A and then press
the ENT key.
10. CH NO. CH-B is selected; press the ENT key.
11. Use the CursorPad to choose channel number for CH-B and then press
the ENT key.
12. MODE CH-A is selected; press the ENT key.
TX/RX
RX
UNUSED
13. Use the CursorPad to choose desired mode for CH-A and then press the
ENT key.
Mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
CH-A
TX/RX
TX/RX
RX
RX
RX
UNUSED
CH-B
TX/RX
RX
TX/RX
RX
UNUSED
RX
14. MODE CH-B is selected; press the ENT key.
15. Use the CursorPad to choose desired mode for CH-B and then press the
ENT key.
16. ZONE is selected; press the ENT key.
17. Key in the zone distance and then press the ENT key. (The setting range is
1 to 8 (nm)).
18. Use ▼ or ▲ to show page 2 of the [EDIT CHANNEL] sub menu.
[EDIT CHANNEL]
CH AREA
RIGHT TOP
LAT:
0°00.0'N
LON: 0°00.0'E
LEFT BOTTOM
LAT:
0°00.0'N
LON: 0°00.0'E
2/2
EDIT CHANNEL sub-menu, page 2
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19. LAT of RIGHT TOP is selected; press the ENT key. Use the CursorPad to
enter latitude for the right-top position (northeast point) of the AIS operating
area and then press the ENT key.
20. LON of RIGHT TOP is selected; press the ENT key. Use the CursorPad to
enter longitude for the right-top position (northeast point) of the AIS
operating area and then press the ENT key.
21. LAT of LEFT BOTTOM is selected; press the ENT key. Use the CursorPad
to enter latitude for the left-bottom position (southwest point) of the AIS
operating area and then press the ENT key.
22. LON of LEFT BOTTOM is selected; press the ENT key. Use the
CursorPad to enter longitude for the left-bottom position (southeast point)
of the AIS operating area and then press the ENT key.
Note: The available range is 20-200 nm. If the area contains overlapping
data the older data will be erased.
20-200 nm
20-200 nm
RIGHT-TOP
ZONE
1-8 nm
LEFT-BOTTOM
Description of RIGHT-TOP, LEFT-BOTTOM and ZONE items
23. Press the MENU key. The prompt shown below appears.
SAVE CHANNEL.
ARE YOU SURE?
YES
NO
24. Press ◄ to choose YES and then press the ENT key.
Note: If a combination other than that shown in the table at step 13 is
selected, the message “ILLEGAL MODE WAS SELECTED PRESS
ANY KEY.” appears.
25. Press the DISP key to close the menu.
Note: If you enter invalid data, the message “OUT OF RANGE!: OO” appears.
Press any key to escape. Reenter data.
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1. OPERATION
1.10
Enabling/Disabling Buzzers, Key Beep
You may turn on or off the buzzers that sound for alarms or incoming
messages. Further, you may turn off the beep which sounds for valid key input.
Note that the alarm buzzer is not related to a radar or ECDIS alarm.
1. Press the MENU key to open the menu.
2. Use the CursorPad to choose USER SETTINGS and then press the ENT
key.
[USER SETTINGS]
KEY BEEP
: ON
ALARM BUZZER : ON
DISP RCVD MSG : ALL
RCVD MSG BUZZ: ON
LR MODE
: AUTO
AUTO SORT
: ON
CPA/TCPA ALARM
USER SETTINGS sub-menu
3. Use the CursorPad to choose KEY BEEP, ALARM BUZZER or RCVD
MSG BUZZ as appropriate and then press the ENT key.
4. Choose ON or OFF as appropriate and then press the ENT key.
5. Press the DISP key to close the menu.
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1. OPERATION
1.11
Long Range Mode
The long range mode sets how to reply to a request for own ship data from a
distant station, for example, Inmarsat C station. You may reply automatically or
manually.
1. Press the MENU key to open the menu.
2. Use the CursorPad to choose USER SETTINGS and then press the ENT
key.
[USER SETTINGS]
KEY BEEP
: ON
ALARM BUZZER : ON
DISP RCVD MSG : ALL
RCVD MSG BUZZ: ON
LR MODE
: AUTO
AUTO SORT
: ON
CPA/TCPA ALARM
USER SETTINGS sub-menu
3. Use the CursorPad to choose LR MODE and then press the ENT key.
AUTO
MANUAL
4. Use the CursorPad to choose AUTO (auto reply) or MANUAL (manual
reply) as appropriate and then press the ENT key.
5. Press the DISP key to close the menu.
Manual reply
For manual reply, the left-side message below appears when a request for own
ship data arrives from a distant station. Press the ENT key to send the data, or
press any key other than ENT to send no data. The screen then changes
according to your selection.
[RECEIVED LR]
MMSI: 431456789
NAME: FURUNO
Information
requested
(See table
on next page.)
C
RESPONSE?
YES: [ENT] NO: OTHER
Press key
[LR RESPONSE]
MMSI: 431456789
NAME: FURUNO
C
PRESS ANY KEY
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1. OPERATION
Automatic reply
For automatic reply, the right-side message below appears when a request for
own ship data arrives from a distant station. Ship’s data is automatically
transmitted. Press the ENT key to erase the message.
[LR RESPONSE]
MMSI: 431456789
NAME: FURUNO
C
PRESS ANY KEY
Codes used in long range messages
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Code
Meaning
A
Ship name, call sign, IMO number
B
Date message created
C
Position
E
Course over ground
F
Speed over ground
I
Waypoint, ETA
O
Draft
P
Ship type, Load
U
Ship length, width, type
W
Number of crew
1. OPERATION
1.12
Viewing Initial Settings
The INITIAL SETTINGS menu, which is locked with a password, is where the
installer enters ship’s MMSI, internal and external antenna positions, ship type
and I/O port settings. You can view the settings on this menu as follows.
1. Press the MENU to open the menu.
2. Use the CursorPad to choose INITIAL SETTINGS and then press the ENT
key.
3. Press the ENT key twice.
4. Use the CursorPad to choose item to view and then press the ENT key.
[VIEW MMSI]
MMSI
: 999999999
IMO NO : 009999999
NAME : FURUNO
C. SIN
: FQC3544
QUIT [MENU]
[VIEW INT ANT POS.]
[INITIAL SETTINGS]
VIEW MMSI
VIEW INT ANT POS.
VIEW EXT ANT POS.
VIEW SHIP TYPE
VIEW I/O PORT
A
B
C D
A: 45m
B: 15m
C: 8m
D: 7m
QUIT[MENU]
QUIT [MENU]
[VIEW EXT ANT POS.]
A
B
C D
A: 45m
B: 15m
C: 8m
D: 7m
QUIT[MENU]
[VIEW SHIP TYPE]
TYPE NO : 0
***TYPE DETAIL*****
NOT AVAILABLE
QUIT [MENU]
[VIEW I/O PORT]
Choose port to view and VIEW COM PORT
VIEW PC PORT
press the [ENT] key.
VIEW LAN PORT*
VIEW PRIORITY
* Shown when
optional LAN
kit is installed.
QUIT [MENU]
INITIAL SETTINGS menus
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2.
MAINTENANCE,
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
2.1
Maintenance
Regular maintenance is necessary to maintain performance. A monthly
maintenance program should be established and should at least include the
items listed in the table below.
Maintenance items
Item
Check point
Connectors
Check that all connectors on the rear panel of the transponder
unit and monitor unit are firmly connected.
Cabling
Check cabling for damage. Replace if damaged.
Ground terminal
Check the ground terminal on the monitor unit and transponder
unit for rust. Clean if necessary.
Ground wire
Confirm that the ground wire on the monitor unit and
transponder unit is firmly fastened.
Monitor unit,
Transponder unit
Dirt and dust should be removed from units with a soft, dry
cloth. For the LCD, wipe it carefully to prevent scratching,
using tissue paper and an LCD cleaner. To remove dirt or salt
deposits, use an LCD cleaner, wiping slowly with tissue paper
so as to dissolve the dirt or salt. Change paper frequently so
the salt or dirt will not scratch the LCD. Do not use solvents
such as thinner, acetone or benzene for cleaning any unit; they
can remove paint and marks and deform the equipment.
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2. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
2.2
Replacement of Fuse, Resetting Breaker
2.2.1
Replacement of fuse
The power cable for the monitor unit contains a 3A fuse which protects the
equipment from overvoltage, reverse polarity and equipment fault. If the power
cannot be turned on, check if the fuse has blown. If it has blown, find the cause
before replacing the fuse. If the fuse blows again after replacement, contact
your dealer for advice.
Part
Fuse
Type
FGBO-A 3A AC125V
Code No.
000-549-063
WARNING
Use the proper fuse.
Use of a wrong fuse can cause fire or
result in damage to the equipment.
2.2.2
Resetting the breaker
If the power cannot be turned on, the BREAKER button on the rear panel of the
transponder unit may have activated. The BREAKER button pops out when
overvoltage, reverse polarity or equipment fault is detected, to protect the
system from damage. If the button pops out, find the reason before pushing it
in to restore normal operation.
BREAKER
10A
Breaker
VHF ANT
GPS ANT
2-2
PC
2. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
2.3
Troubleshooting
The troubleshooting table below provides common symptoms of trouble and
the means to rectify them. If you cannot restore normal operation, do not
attempt to check inside the equipment. Refer any repair work to a qualified
technician.
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Remedy
Cannot turn on the power.
• Check that the power connector is firmly fastened.
• Check the power supply.
Power
Transmitting, receiving messages
Cannot transmit or
receive.
• Check that the VHF antenna cable is firmly
fastened.
• Check the VHF antenna.
• For TX message, try different TX channel.
(operating sequence: MENU, MSG, CREATE
MSG, SET MSG TYPE, CHANNEL)
Can transmit but message
is sent to wrong party.
• On the SET MSG TYPE sub-menu, check that
ADRS TYPE is selected to ADRS-CAST and
MMSI is correct, before sending a message.
(operating sequence: MENU, MSG, CREATE
MSG, SET MSG TYPE, ADRS TYPE and MMSI)
Position data
No position data
• Check the GPS antenna for damage.
• Check the GPS antenna cable and its connectors.
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2. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
2.4
Diagnostics
The FA-150 provides diagnostic tests to check the monitor unit and
transponder unit for proper operation.
2.4.1
Monitor unit test
The monitor unit test shows program no., and checks the ROM, RAM, LCD and
controls.
1. Press the MENU key to open the main menu.
2. Use the CursorPad to choose DIAGNOSTICS and then press the ENT key.
For service technician.
Not accessible by user.
[DIAGNOSTICS]
MONITOR TEST
TRANSPONDER TEST
PWR ON/OFF HISTORY
TX ON/OFF HISTORY
MEMORY CLEAR
FOR SERVICE
DIAGNOSTIC sub-menu
3. Use the CursorPad to choose MONITOR TEST and then press the ENT
key. The test program automatically proceeds in the sequence shown
below.
XX.XX = Program version no.
[MONITOR TEST]
BOOT NO.: 2450020-XX.XX
PROG NO.: 2450021-XX.XX
ROM :OK
CONT :53
SDRAM:OK
DIM
:4
PORT : -PUSH KEY
KEY
:
<LCD CHECK>
ALL ON 2 SEC.
ALL OFF 3 SEC.
QUIT[MENU] 3 TIMES
MONITOR TEST screens
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2. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
a) The first screen in the monitor test program sequence shows program no.
b) After the program no. has been displayed, the message “PUSH KEY”
appears, in reverse video. Press each key and arrows on the CursorPad
one by one. The pressed key or arrow’s name appears next to “KEY” if the
control is functioning normally.
c) After the key test is completed, the ROM, RAM and I/O port (special test
connector required, otherwise “- -” appears) are checked. If the results of
the ROM and RAM check are shown as OK or NG (No Good). If NG
appears contact your dealer for advice.
d) After the items in c) have been checked, the contrast is automatically
changed. Check that the contrast changes.
e) The LCD is checked. All LCD segments turn on for two seconds and then
go off for three seconds, and then the screen turns black and then turns
white.
f) The test is repeated.
4. To escape from the test, press the MENU key three times when PUSH KEY
is shown in reverse video.
2.4.2
Transponder test
The transponder test consists of two tests: memory test and internal GPS
receiver test.
Memory test
The memory can be checked for proper operation and the program number
displayed as follows:
1. Press the MENU key to open the main menu.
2. Use the CursorPad to choose DIAGNOSTICS and then press the ENT key.
3. Use the CursorPad to choose TRANSPONDER TEST and then press the
ENT key.
4. Use the CursorPad to choose MEMORY TEST and then press the ENT
key. The program no. is displayed and the ROM and RAM are checked.
The results of he ROM and RAM check are shown as OK or NG (No Good).
For any NG, contact your dealer for advice.
[MEMORY TEST]
PROGRAM NO.
2450018-xx.xx
MAIN ROM : OK
MAIN RAM : OK
SUB RAM : OK
xx.xx: Program Version No.
MEMORY TEST display
5. Press the MENU key to return to the DIAGNOSTICS sub-menu.
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2. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
Internal GPS test
The internal GPS receiver can be checked for proper operation as follows:
1. Press the MENU key to open the main menu.
2. Use the CursorPad to choose DIAGNOSTICS and then press the ENT key.
3. Use the CursorPad to choose TRANSPONDER TEST and then press the
ENT key.
4. Use the CursorPad to choose GPS TEST and then press the ENT key to
start the test. The program no. and the test results appear as shown below.
OK: Normal
NG: (No Good). NG appears along with reason for NG:
DATA BACKUP ERR: Data backup problem
GPS COMMUNICATION ERROR: Comm. error with internal GPS
receiver
PARAMETER BACKUP ERR: Parameter backup problem
ROM ERROR
RAM ERROR
ANTENNA ERROR
[GPS TEST]
PROGRAM NO.
485026xxxx
TEST: OK
xxxx: Program Version No.
GPS TEST display
5. Press the MENU key to return to the DIAGNOSTICS sub-menu..
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2. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
2.4.3
Power on/off history
The PWR ON/OFF HISTORY log shows the date and time of the latest 30
power-ons and power-offs. If the interval between power-off and power-on is
less than 15 minutes those times are not shown.
1. Press the MENU key to open the main menu.
2. Use the CursorPad to choose DIAGNOSTICS and the press the ENT key.
3. Use the CursorPad to choose PWR ON/OFF HISTORY and then press the
ENT key.
[PWR ON/OFF HISTORY]
PWR-ON
17/MAY/2004
05:35:54
PWR-OFF 17/MAY/2004
04:56:57
PWR-ON
17/MAY/2004
04:06:34
Power turned on 17 May 2004
at 05:35:54
QUIT[MENU]
PWR ON/OFF HISTORY log
4. Use ▼ or ► to change page in the forward direction; ▲ or ◄ to change
page in the reverse direction.
5. Press the MENU key to return to the DIAGNOSTICS sub-menu.
2.4.4
Tx on/off history
The TX ON/OFF HISTORY log shows the date and time of the latest 30
transmissions.
1. Press the MENU key to open the main menu.
2. Use the CursorPad to choose DIAGNOSTICS and the press the ENT key.
3. Use the CursorPad to choose TX ON/OFF HISTORY and then press the
ENT key.
[TX ON/OFF HISTORY]
TX-ON
17/MAY/2004
05:35:54
TX-OFF
17/MAY/2004
04:34:57
TX-ON
17/MAY/2004
04:33:57
Tx at 17 May 2004
at 05:35:54
PAGE (1/2) :[X] QUIT[MENU]
TX ON/OFF HISTORY log
4. Use ▼ or ► to change page in the forward direction; ▲ or ◄ to change
page in the reverse direction.
5. Press the MENU key to return to the DIAGNOSTICS sub-menu.
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2. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
2.5
Alarm Status
The alarm status log shows the latest 25 dates and times alarms were violated.
1. At the plotter display, press the DISP key four times to show the ALARM
STATUS display.
Alarm name,
date and time
of alarm
[ALARM STATUS]
EPFS 7/MAY
L/L
7/MAY
SOG
7/MAY
COG
6/MAY
HDG
3/MAY
ROT
19/APR
4:32:16
4:02:01
2:34:54
7:09:32
8:00:21
9:05:22
ALARM STATUS display
2. Use ▼ or ▲ to scroll the log.
Alarm statuses and their meanings
Alarm Status
Indication
TX
ANT
CH1
CH70
TX malfunction
Antenna VSWR trouble. Continued operation possible.
TDMA RX1 Board trouble. TX stopped on corresponding TX
channel.
TDMA RX2 Board trouble. TX stopped on corresponding TX
channel.
DSC RX Board trouble, transmission stopped on CH70.
COG
Invalid COG data
EPFS
No data from external navigator. Continued operation
possible.
General system failure
Invalid/nonexistent HDG data
No L/L data
Minimum input device failure
Invalid ROT data
Invalid SOG data
CH2
FAIL
HDG
L/L
MKD
ROT
SOG
2-8
Meaning
2. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
2.6
Error Messages
The FA-150 displays the following error messages to alert you to invalid data,
etc.
Error messages and their meanings
Message
Meaning
CAN’T DISPLAY OVER LAT85°
Own ship’s latitude is higher than 85°.
COLLISION ALARM
AIS target within set CPA/TCPA range.
COMMUNICATION ERROR
No communication with transponder.
ERROR REGIST
In channel editing, you entered MSG22 or DSC data
whose sea areas overlap one another.
Communication error with internal GPS, shown at
internal GPS self test.
Invalid combination of channels is chosen for editing.
GPS COMMUNICATION ERROR
ILLEGAL MODE WAS SELECTED.
PRESS ANY KEY.
NO MESSAGE
No TX message when you attempted to send a
message.
NO OWN SHIP POSITION
AVAILABLE
Invalid own ship position.
NO SEL
Attempted to see detailed data for a target which has
no data.
OUT OF RANGE!: CPA:0-6.00
Invalid CPA range entered.
OUT OF RANGE!: CREW:0-8191
Invalid crew no. entered in SET CREW&TYPE.
OUT OF RANGE!: DAY
Invalid day entered in SET DESTINATION.
OUT OF RANGE!: DRAUGHT:0-25.5
Invalid draught entered in SET SHIP DATA.
OUT OF RANGE!: HOUR:0-23*
Invalid hour entered in SET DESTINATION.
OUT OF RANGE!: INVALID
CHANNEL
Invalid CH-NO. A or CH-NO. B entered on the EDIT
CHANNEL sub-menu.
OUT OF RANGE!: MINUTE:0-59*
Invalid minute entered in SET DESTINATION.
OUT OF RANGE!: TCPA:0-60
Invalid TCPA entered.
OUT OF RANGE!: ZONE:1-8
Invalid ZONE entered on the EDIT CHANNEL
sub-menu.
SEND MESSAGE UNSUCCESSFUL Message could not be sent.
TRANSPONDER WAS REBOOTED Transponder was rebooted.
* Error message displayed for both even if only one is out of range.
2-9
2. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
Note: Detection of RX malfunction
1) Detection of TDMA RX malfunction
Frequency error
PLL chip on receiver board generates lock or unlock signal for
synthesizer.
MPU watches and sets status flag which reflects data of ALR sentence.
ID 003 for RX1, ID 004 for RX2
2) Detection of DSC RX malfunction
General error
DSC Error (ID: 005) will happen in case of DSC MPU could not receive
format specifier of the data from DSC amplifier unless RSSI exists more
than 90 seconds.
2.7
GPS Monitor
The GPS monitor display shows information about the built-in GPS receiver,
including position, speed over ground, course over ground, date, time, mode
position accuracy, position-fixing status and RAIM status.
1. Press the MENU key to open the menu.
2. Use the CursorPad to choose INTERNAL GPS and then press the ENT
key.
Latitude position
Longitude position
Speed over ground, Course over ground
Date
Time
Mode
DGPS
GPS
NO FIX
Position Accuracy
H: High, L: Low
[INTERNAL GPS]
LAT : 34°44.4639'N
LON : 135°21.2395'E
SOG : 10.9 kt COG : 98.9
UTC : 16/MAY/2004
06:29:02
DGPS STS: 3D
PA: H RAIM: USE
RAIM Status*
(Receiver Autonomous
Integrity Monitoring)
USE or UNUSE
STS (Status)
2D: 2D GPS position fix
3D:
D2D:
D3D:
DOP:
3D GPS position fix
2D DGPS position fix
3D DGPS position fix
HDOP larger than 4 in 2D fix,
or PDOP larger than 6 in 3D fix
*RAIM: Technique whereby the GPS receiver verifies the integrity
of the signals received from the GPS constellation.
Internal GPS monitor
3. Press the DISP key to close the display.
2-10
2. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
2.8
Displaying Sensor Status
The SENSOR STATUS screen shows sensor status.
1. Press the MENU key.
2. Use the CursorPad to choose SENSOR STATUS and then press the ENT
key.
[SENSOR STATUS]
Sensor status message
UTC CLOCK LOST
QUIT[MENU]
SENSOR STATUS screen
3. Press the DISP key to close the display.
Sensor status messages and their meanings
Sensor Status Message
UTC CLOCK LOST
Meaning
Internal position fix lost
EXTRL GNSS
Using external GNSS
EXTRL DGNSS
Using external DGNSS
INTRL DGNSS BEACON
Using internal DGNSS beacon
INTRL DGNSS MSG 17
MSG 17 corrects internal GNSS with differential
correction
INTRL DGNSS
Using internal DGNSS
INTRL GNSS
Using internal GNSS
EXTRL SOG/COG
Using external SOG/COG
INTRL SOG/COG
Using internal SOG/COG
HDT VALID
Heading data normal
ROT VALID
ROT data normal
OTHER ROT
Value calculated from HDT, or ROT device used and
talker is other than T1
CH MANAGEMENT
Channel changed (displayed about 30 s)
2-11
2. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
2.9
Restoring Default Settings
You may clear all or specific settings to start afresh with default settings. When
all data is cleared, the default settings for all items in the INIT SETTING and
SYSTEM SETTINGS sub-menus are restored. GPS data is also cleared;
however, MMSI and IMO numbers, ship’s name and call sign are not cleared.
1. Press the MENU key to open the menu.
2. Use the CursorPad to choose DIAGNOSTICS and then press the ENT key.
3. Use the CursorPad to choose MEMORY CLEAR and then press the ENT
key.
[MEMORY CLEAR]
MONITOR CLEAR
SET USER DEFAULT
GPS COLD START
QUIT[MENU]
MEMORY CLEAR sub-menu
4. Use the CursorPad to choose MONITOR CLEAR, SET USER DEFAULT or
GPS COLD START as appropriate and then press the ENT key.
MONITOR CLEAR: Restore default settings for dimmer, contrast
CPA/TCPA, key beep, audible alarm, and received
message alarm.
USER DEFAULT:
Restores all settings to default, except items in the
INITIAL SETTINGS menu (MMSI No., IMO No., ship’s
name and call sign, etc.)
GPS COLD START: Clears GPS Almanac to receive latest Almanac.
MONITOR CLEAR.
SET USER DEFAULT
ARE YOU SURE?
YES
NO
ARE YOU SURE?
YES
NO
MONITOR CLEAR
USER DEFAULT
GPS COLD START.
ARE YOU SURE?
YES
NO
GPS COLD START
Confirmation screens for memory clear
5. Press ◄ to choose YES and then press the ENT key.
For MONITOR CLEAR and USER DEFAULT, a beep sounds and then the
equipment restarts.
2-12
APPENDIX
Menu Tree
The example screens shown in this manual may not match the screens you see on your
display. The screen you see depends on your system configuration and equipment settings.
[MENU] key
MSG
CREATE MSG
TX LOG
RX LOG
SET MSG TYPE
SET MSG
SEND MSG
ADRS TYPE (BROAD CAST, ADRS CAST)
MMSI
MSG TYPE (NORMAL, SAFETY)
CHANNEL (ALTERNATE, BOTH A & B, A, B)
SENSOR STATUS (Display sensor status.)
INTERNAL GPS (Displays data about internal GPS receiver.)
USER SETTINGS
KEY BEEP (ON, OFF)
ALARM BUZZER (ON, OFF)
DISP RCVD MSG (ALL, ABM, OFF)
RCVD MSG BUZZ (ON, OFF)
LR MODE (AUTO, MANUAL)
AUTO SORT (ON,OFF)
CPA/TCPA ALARM
CPA (0.0 - 6.00, 6.0 (nm))
TCPA (0 - 60, 60 (min))
ALARM MODE (ON, OFF)
ALARM BUZZER (ON, OFF)
INITIAL
SETTINGS
SET MMSI (MMSI, IMO NO., NAME, C. SIGN)
SET INT ANT POS.
A (0-511 (m))
B (0-511 (m))
C (0-63 (m))
D (0-63 (m))
SET EXT ANT POS.
A (0-511 (m))
B (0-511 (m))
C (0-63 (m))
D (0-63 (m))
SET SHIP TYPE (Type no.)
SET I/O
SET
PORT
COM
PORT
SET PC
PORT
SET LAN
PORT*
(Continued on
next page)
SET
PRIORITY
* Shown when
optional LAN kit
is installed.
Note: The INITIAL SETTINGS sub menu
shown here is the one accessed with a
password, which permits changing of
settings. If accessed without a password,
in which case "SET" in a menu title is
replaced with "VIEW" and settings cannot
be changed.
SET COM1
MODE (LONG RANGE, EXT DISPLAY, DISABLE)
SPEED (IEC61162-1, EC61162-2)
SET COM2
MODE (EXT DISPLAY, MONITOR, HI LEVEL IF, DISABLE)
SPEED (IIEC61162-1, EC61162-2)
SET COM3 (Same as SET COM2.)
SET COM4
MODE (SENSOR, EXT DISPLAY, DISABLE)
SPEED (IEC61162-1, IEC61162-2)
SET COM5
MODE (SENSOR(Fixed)
SPEED (IEC61162-1, IEC61162-2)
SET COM6
MODE (SENSOR(Fixed)
SPEED (IIEC61162-1, IEC61162-2, AD-10)
MODE (STANDARD, MONITOR, SERVICE, BEACON, DISABLE)
SPEED (4800BPS, 9600BPS, 19.2KBPS, 38.4KBPS, 57.6KBPS)
MODE (STANDARD, MONITOR, SERVICE, DISABLE)
IP ADDRESS (000.000.000.000 - 255.255.255.255; 172.031.024.001)
SUB NET MASK (000.000.000.000 - 255.255.255.255; 255.255.000.000)
PORT NO. (0 - 65535; 10000)
L/L, COG, SOG
COM4 (1, 2, 3)
COM5 (1, 2, 3)
COM6 (1, 2, 3)
HDG
COM4 (1, 2, 3)
COM5 (1, 2, 3)
COM6 (1, 2, 3)
ROT (Same choices and defaults as HDG)
AP-1
APPENDIX
(Continued from previous page)
CHANNEL
SETTINGS
VIEW CHANNEL (View power and channel settings of channel in use.)
Press [ENT] key to display.
SELECT NO. (0-9)
TIME
FROM
MMSI (HIGH SEA, MMSI, EMPTY)
TYPE (HIGH SEA, AIS, PI, DSC,
MANUAL, EMPTY)
EDIT CHANNEL
FROM MMSI
POWER (2W, 12.5W)
CH NO.
CH-A, CH-B
MODE
CH-A, CH-B
ZONE (1-8 (nm), 5)
CH AREA
DIAGNOSTICS
RIGHT TOP
LAT
LON
LEFT BOTTOM
LAT
LON
MONITOR TEST (Displays program no.; checks ROM, RAM, LCD, controls.)
TRANSPONDER
TEST
MEMORY TEST (Displays program no.; checks ROM and RAM.)
GPS TEST (Display program no. and checks internal GPS receiver.)
PWR ON/OFF HISTORY (Log for time of equipment power on and off.)
TX ON/OFF HISTORY (Log for time of equipment transmission on and off.)
MEMORY CLEAR
MONITOR CLEAR (YES, NO)
SET USER DEFAULT (YES, NO)
GPS COLD START (YES, NO)
FOR SERVICE (For service technician. Not accessible by user.)
[NAV STATUS]
key
NAV STATUS (00-15)
DESTINATION
ARRIVAL TIME
DATE
TIME
CARGO TYPE & CREW
CREW (0-8191)
TYPE NO. (10-99. See page 1-8.)
DRAUGHT (0.0 - 25.5)
AP-2
SELECT
EDIT
DELETE
APPENDIX
Parts List
This equipment contains complex modules in which fault diagnosis and repair down to
component level are not practical (IMO A.694(17)/8.3.1). Only some discrete components
are used. FURUNO Electric Co., Ltd. believes identifying these components is of no value
for shipboard maintenance; therefore, they are not listed in the manual. Major modules
can be located on the parts location photo on page AP-4 and AP-5.
FURUNO
Model
Unit
FA-150
MONITOR UNIT,
TRANSPONDER UNIT
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
Blk.No.
TYPE, NAME
LOCATION
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
24P0062, CPU
MONITOR UNIT
24P0034, DSC
TRANSPONDER UNIT
24P0043, GPSTB
TRANSPONDER UNIT
24P0035, MAIN
TRANSPONDER UNIT
24P0036, MOT
TRANSPONDER UNIT
24P0037, PWR
TRANSPONDER UNIT
24P0033A, RX1
TRANSPONDER UNIT
24P0033B, RX2
TRANSPONDER UNIT
24P0032, TX
TRANSPONDER UNIT
GN-8093, GPS RECEIVER
TRANSPONDER UNIT
AP-3
APPENDIX
Parts Location
Monitor unit
CPU Board
24P0062
Monitor unit, rear cover opened
Transponder unit
MOT Board
24P0036
TX Board
24P0032
PWR Board
24P0037
Transponder unit, top cover removed
AP-4
APPENDIX
MAIN Board
24P0035
GPS Receiver
GN-8093
GPSTB Board
24P0043
RX2 Board
24P0033
RX1 Board
24P0033
DSC Board
24P0033
Transponder unit, bottom cover removed
AP-5
APPENDIX
Digital Interface (IEC 61162-1 Edition 2, IEC 61162-2)
Sentence data
Input sentences
ABM, ACA, ACK, AIR, BBM, DTM, GBS, GGA, GLL, GNS, HDT, LRF, LRI, OSD, RMC,
ROT, SSD, VBW, VSD, VTG
Output sentences
ABK, ACA, ACS, ALR, LRF, LR1, LR2, LR3, TXT, VDM, VDO
Transmission interval
ABK: With each event
ACA, ACS: At RX
ALR: 30 s during alarm, 2 min normally no alarm
LRF, LR1, LR2, LR3: At RX
TXT: Each update
VDM: At RX
VDO: 1 s
Load requirements as listener
Isolation:
Provided
Input Impedance: Input Impedance: 110 ohms (130K ohms without jumper plug)
Max. Voltage:
±14 V to GNDiso
Threshold:
±0.2 V (A-B)
Output drive capability
Differential driver output
R=50 ohm 2 v min.
R=27 ohm 1.5 V min.
Driver short-circuit current
60 mA min. 150 mA max.
Data transmission
Data is transmitted in serial asynchronous form in accordance with the standard
referenced in 2.1 of IEC 61162-1/2. The first bit is a start bit and is followed by data bits,
least-significant-bit as illustrated below.
The following parameters are used:
Baud rate: 38.4 Kbps /4800 bps
Data bits: 8 (D7 = 0), parity none
Stop bits: 1
D0
Start
bit
AP-6
D1
D2
D3
D4
Data bits
D5
D6
D7
Stop
bit
APPENDIX
Serial interface I/O circuit
COM1, 2, 3 port
Baud rate selectable from 4800 and 38400 (bps).
110.
COM1_JP
LTC1535C
COM1_JP
RD
COM1_RD_B
COM1_RD_A
TD
COM1_TD_B
COM1_TD_A
GND
GND2
GND
GND_ISO
COM 4, 5 port
Baud rate selectable from 4800 and 38400 (bps).
110.
COM4_JP
LTC1535C
COM4_JP
COM4_2_RD_B
COM4_2_RD_A
RD_2
COM4_TD_B
COM4_TD_A
TD
GND
GND2
GND
GND_ISO
2.2k.
PC400
470.
RD_1
COM4_1_RD_H
COM4_1_RD_C
COM6 port
Baud rate selectable from 4800 and 38400 (bps).
110.
LTC1535C
COM6_JP
COM6_JP
COM6_2_RD_B
COM6_2_RD_A
COM6_TD_B
COM6_TD_A
2_RD
TD
GND2
GND
GND_ISO
2.2kW
PC400
1_RD/A D_DATA
470.
220.
COM6_1_RD_H
AD_DATA_H
COM6_1_RD_C/AD_DATA_C
2.2kW
AD_CLK
PC400
220.
AD_CLK_H
AD_CLK_C
AP-7
APPENDIX
DISP port
Baud rate selectable from 4800 and 38400 (bps).
LTC1535C
110.
RD
DISP_RD_B
DISP_RD_A
TD
DISP_TD_B
DISP_TD_A
GND
GND2
GND
GND_ISO
Sentence description
Input sentences
ABM - Addressed binary and safety related message
!--ABM,x,x,x,xxxxxxxxx,x,x.x,s--s,x*hh<CR><LF>
| | |
|
| |
| | |
| | |
|
| |
| | +--- 9
| | |
|
| |
| +----- 8
| | |
|
| | +-------- 7
| | |
|
| +------------ 6
| | |
|
+--------------- 5
| | |
+--------------------- 4
| | + --------------------------- 3
| +----------------------------- 2
+------------------------------- 1
1. Total number of sentences needed to transfer the message, 1 to 9
2. Message sentence number, 1 to 9
3. Message sequence identifier, 0 to 3
4. The MMSI of destination AIS unit for the ITU-R M.1371 message 6 or 12
5. AIS channel for broadcast of the radio message
6. VDL message number(6 or 12), see ITU-R M.1371
7. Encapsulated data
8. Number of fill-bits, 0 to 5
9. Checksum
AP-8
APPENDIX
ACA - AIS regional channel assignment message
$--ACA,x,IIII.I, a,yyyyy.y,a,IIII.I,a,yyyyy.y,a,x,xxxx,x,xxxx,x,x,x,a,x,hhmmss.s*hh<CR><LF>
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1. Sequence number, 0 to 9
2. Region Northeast corner latitude - N/S
3. Region Northeast corner longitude - E/W
4. Region Southwest corner latitude - N/S
5. Region Southwest corner longitude - E/W
6. Transition Zone Size
7. Channel A
8. Channel A bandwidth
9. Channel B
10. Channel B bandwidth
11. Tx/Rx mode control
12. Power level control
13. Not used
14. In-use flag
15. Time of in-used change
ACK - Acknowledge alarm
$--ACK,xxx*hh<CR><LF>
| +--------------------- 2
+------------------------ 1
1. Local alarm number(identifier)
2. Checksum
AP-9
APPENDIX
AIR - AIS interrogation request
$--AIR,xxxxxxxxx,x.x,x,x.x,x,xxxxxxxxx,x.x,x*hh<CR><LF>
|
| | | |
|
| | |
|
| | | |
|
| | +--- 9
|
| | | |
|
| +----- 8
|
| | | |
|
+-------- 7
|
| | | |
+--------------- 6
|
| | | +--------------------- 5
|
| | +------------------------ 4
|
| +--------------------------- 3
|
+------------------------------ 2
+------------------------------------- 1
1. MMSI of interrogated station 1
2. ITU-R M.1371 message requested from station 1
3. Message sub-section
4. Number of second message requested from station 1
5. Message sub-section
6. MMSI of interrogated station 2
7. Number of message requested from station 2
8. Message data sub-section
9. Checksum
BBM - UAIS broadcast binary message.
!--BBM,x,x,x,x,x.x,s--s,x*hh<CR><LF>
|| | | |
| | |
|| | | |
| | +--- 8
|| | | |
| +------ 7
| | | | | +--------- 6
| | | | +------------- 5
| | | +---------------- 4
| | +------------------ 3
| +-------------------- 2
+---------------------- 1
1. Total number of sentences needed to transfer the message, 1 to 9
2. Message sentence number, 1 to 9
3. Sequential Message identifier, 0 to 9
4. AIS channel for broadcast of the radio message
5. VDL message number(8 or 14), see ITU-R M.1371
6. Binary data
7. Number of fill-bits, 0 to 5
8. Checksum
AP-10
APPENDIX
DTM - Datum reference
$--DTM,ccc,a,x.x,a,x.x,a,x.x,ccc*hh<CR><LF>
| | | | | | | | |
| | | | | | | | +--- 7
| | | | | | | +------ 6
| | | | | | +---------- 5
| | | | +---+------------- 4
| | +---+------------------- 3
| +------------------------- 2
+---------------------------- 1
1. Local datum W84 - WGS84
W72 - WGS72
S85 - SGS85
P90 - PE90
999 - User defined
IHO datum code
2. Not used
3. Lat offset, min, N/S
4. Lon offset, min, E/W
5. Not used
6. Reference dattum W84 - WGS84
W72 - WGS72
S85 - SGS85
P90 - PE90
7. Checksum
GBS - GNSS satellite fault detection
$--GBS,hhmmss.ss,x.x,x.x,x.x,xx,x.x,x.x,x.x*hh<CR><LF>
|
| | | | | | | |
|
| | | | | | | +--------- 9
|
| | | | | | +------------ 8
|
| | | | | +---------------- 7
|
| | | | +-------------------- 6
|
| | | +----------------------- 5
|
| | +--------------------------- 4
|
| +------------------------------- 3
|
+----------------------------------- 2
+------------------------------------------- 1
1. Not used
2. Expected error in latitude
3. Expected error in longitude
4. Not used
5. Not used
6. Not used
7. Not used
8. Not used
9. Checksum
AP-11
APPENDIX
GGA - Global positioning system (GPS) fix data
$--GGA,hhmmss.ss,llll.ll,a,yyyyy.yy,a,x,xx,x.x,x.x,M,x.x,M,x.x,xxxx*hh<CR><LF>
|
| |
| | | | | | | | | |
| |
|
| |
| | | | | | | | | |
| +-- 11
|
| |
| | | | | | | | | | +---- 10
|
| |
| | | | | | | | | +--------- 9
|
| |
| | | | | | | +---+------------ 8
|
| |
| | | | | +---+------------------ 7
|
| |
| | | | +------------------------- 6
|
| |
| | | +---------------------------- 5
|
| |
| | +------------------------------- 4
|
| |
+----+--------------------------------- 3
|
+---+--------------------------------------------- 2
+------------------------------------------------------------- 1
1. Not used
2. Latitude, N/S
3. Longitude, E/W
4. GPS quality indicator
5. Not used
6. Not used
7. Not used
8. Not used
9. Not used
10. Not used
11. Checksum
GLL - Geographic position - latitude/longitude
$--GLL,llll.ll,a,yyyyy.yy,a,hhmmss.ss,A,a*hh<CR><LF>
| |
|
|
|
| | |
| |
|
|
|
| | +------- 6
| |
|
|
|
| +--------- 5
| |
|
|
|
+----------- 4
| |
|
|
+---------------- 3
| |
+------+----------------------- 2
+--+----------------------------------- 1
1. Latitude, N/S
2. Longitude, E/W
3. Not used
4. Status: A=data valid, V=data invalid
5. Mode indicator(see note)
6. Checksum
NOTE Positioning system Mode indicator:
A = Autonomous
D = Differential
E = estimated(dead reckoning)
M = Manual input
S = Simulator
N = Data not valid
The Mode indicator field supplements the Status field. The Status field shall be
set to V=invalid for all values of Operating Mode except for A=Autonomous and
D=Differential. The positioning system Mode indicator and Status field shall not
be null fields.
AP-12
APPENDIX
GNS - GNSS fixed data
$--GNS,hhmmss.ss,llll.ll,a,yyyyy.yy,a,c--c,xx,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x*hh<CR><LF>
|
| |
|
| |
| | | | | | |
|
| |
|
| |
| | | | | | +--- 11
|
| |
|
| |
| | | | | +------ 10
|
| |
|
| |
| | | | +---------- 9
|
| |
|
| |
| | | +-------------- 8
|
| |
|
| |
| | +------------------ 7
|
| |
|
| |
| +---------------------- 6
|
| |
|
| |
+------------------------- 5
|
| |
|
| +------------------------------ 4
|
| |
+-------+--------------------------------- 3
|
+--+--------------------------------------------- 2
+------------------------------------------------------------- 1
1. Not used
2. Latitude, N/S
3. Longitude, E/W
4. Mode indicator
5. Not used
6. Not used
7. Not used
8. Not used
9. Not used
10. Not used
11. Checksum
HDT - Heading - true
$--HDT,x.x,T*hh<CR><LF>
| | |
| | +--------- 2
+----+----------- 1
1. Heading, degrees true
2. Checksum
LRF - Long-range function
$--LRF,x,xxxxxxxxx,c--c,c--c,c--c*hh<CR><LF>
|
|
|
| |
|
|
|
|
| |
+--6
|
|
| +--- 5
|
|
| +------ 4
|
|
+----------- 3
|
+------------------- 2
+------------------------- 1
1. Sequence number, 0 to 9
2. MMSI of requestor
3. Name of requestor, 1 to 20 characters
4. Function request, 1 to 26 characters
5. Function reply status
6. Checksum
AP-13
APPENDIX
LRI - Long-range interrogation
$--LRI,x,a,xxxxxxxxx,xxxxxxxxx,llll.ll,a,yyyyy.yy,a,llll.ll,a,yyyyy.yy,a*hh<CR><LF>
||
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| | +--- 9
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| | | |
+---+----- 8
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| | +--+---------------- 7
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| |
+---+-------------------------- 6
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|
+--+------------------------------------- 5
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|
+--------------------------------------------------- 4
||
+------------------------------------------------------------- 3
| +------------------------------------------------------------------- 2
+--------------------------------------------------------------------- 1
1. Sequence number, 0 to 9
2. Control Flag
3. MMSI of requestor
4. MMSI of destination
5. Latitude - N/S(north-east coordinate)
6. Longitude - E/W(north-east coordinate)
7. Latitude - N/S(south-west coordinate)
8. Longitude - E/W(south-west coordinate)
9. Checksum
OSD - Own ship data
$--OSD,x.x,A,x.x,a,x.x,a,x.x,x.x,a*hh<CR><LF>
| | | | | | | | | |
| | | | | | | | | +--------- 10
| | | | | | | | +----------- 9
| | | | | | | +-------------- 8
| | | | | | +------------------ 7
| | | | | +--------------------- 6
| | | | +------------------------ 5
| | | +--------------------------- 4
| | +------------------------------ 3
| +--------------------------------- 2
+------------------------------------ 1
1. Heading, degrees true
2. Heading status: A=data valid, V=data invalid
3. Vessel course, degrees true
4. Course reference, B/M/W/R/P(see note)
5. Vessel speed
6. Speed reference, B/M/W/R/P(see note)
7. Not used
8. Not used
9. Speed units, K(km/h) / N(Knots) / S(statute miles/h)
10. Checksum
NOTES - Reference systems(speed/course):
B = bottom tracking log
M = manually entered
W = water referenced
R = radar tracking(of fixed target)
P = positioning system ground reference
AP-14
APPENDIX
RMC - Recommended minimum specific GPS/TRANSIT data
$--RMC,hhmmss.ss,A,llll.ll,a,yyyyy.yy,a,x.x,x.x,xxxxxx,x.x,a,a*hh<CR><LF>
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| | |
| | | |
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| | | |
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| | |
| | | |
|
| | | +--- 10
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| | |
| | | |
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| | +----- 9
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| | |
| | | |
|
+--+------- 8
|
| | |
| | | |
+--------------- 7
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| | |
| | | +--------------------- 6
|
| | |
| | +------------------------- 5
|
| | |
+---+---------------------------- 4
|
| +---+---------------------------------------- 3
|
+--------------------------------------------------- 2
+---------------------------------------------------------- 1
1. UTC of position fix
2. Status: A=data valid, V=navigation receiver warning
3. Latitude, N/S
4. Longitude, E/W
5. Speed over ground, knots
6. Course over ground, degrees true
7. Date: dd/mm/yy
8. Not used
9. Not used
10. Checksum
NOTE Positioning system Mode indicator:
A = Autonomous
D = Differential
E = estimated(dead reckoning)
M = Manual input
S = Simulator
N = Data not valid
The Mode indicator field supplements the Status field. The Status field
shall be set to V=invalid for all values of Operating Mode except for
A=Autonomous and D=Differential. The positioning system Mode indicator
and Status field shall not be null fields.
ROT - Rate of turn
$--ROT,x.x,A*hh<CR><LF>
| | |
| | +--- 3
| +----- 2
+-------- 1
1. Rate of turn, deg/min, "-"=bow turns to port
2. Status: A=data valid, V=data invalid
3. Checksum
AP-15
APPENDIX
SSD - UAIS ship static data
$--SSD,c--c,c--c,xxx,xxx,xx,xx,c, aa*hh<CR><LF>
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| |
| | | | | |
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| | | | | +--9
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| | | | +--- 8
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| |
| | | +----- 7
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| |
| | +------- 6
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| |
| +---------- 5
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| |
+-------------- 4
|
| +------------------ 3
|
+---------------------- 2
+--------------------------- 1
1. Ship's Call Sign, 1 to 7 characters
2. Ship's Name, 1 to 20 characters
3. Pos. ref. point distance, "A," from bow, 0 to 511 Meters
4. Pos. ref. point distance, "B," from stern, 0 to 511 Meters
5. Pos. ref. point distance, "C," from port beam, 0 to 63 Meters
6. Pos. ref. point distance, "D," from starboard beam, 0 to 63 Meters
7. DTE indicator flag
8. Not used
9. Checksum
VBW - Dual ground/water speed
$--VBW,x.x,x.x,A,x.x,x.x,A,x.x,A,x.x,A*hh<CR><LF>
| | | | | | | | | | |
| | | | | | | | | | +--- 11
| | | | | | | | | +----- 10
| | | | | | | | +-------- 9
| | | | | | | +----------- 8
| | | | | | +-------------- 7
| | | | | +----------------- 6
| | | | +-------------------- 5
| | | +------------------------ 4
| | +--------------------------- 3
| +------------------------------ 2
+---------------------------------- 1
1. Not used
2. Not used
3. Not used
4. Longitudinal ground speed, knots
5. Transverse ground speed, knots
6. Status: ground speed, A=data valid V=data invalid
7. Not used
8. Not used
9. Not used
10. Not used
11. Checksum
AP-16
APPENDIX
VSD - UAIS voyage static data
$--VSD,x.x,x.x,x.x,c--c,hhmmss.ss,xx,xx,x.x,x.x*hh<CR><LF>
| | |
|
|
| | | | |
| | |
|
|
| | | | +--- 10
| | |
|
|
| | | +------ 9
| | |
|
|
| | +---------- 8
| | |
|
|
| +------------- 7
| | |
|
|
+---------------- 6
| | |
|
+----------------------- 5
| | | +------------------------------ 4
| | +----------------------------------- 3
| +--------------------------------------- 2
+------------------------------------------- 1
1. Type of ship and cargo category, 0 to 255
2. Maximum present static draught, 0 to 25.5 Meters
3. Persons on-board, 0 to 8191
4. Destination, 1-20 characters
5. Estimated UTC of arrival at destination
6. Estimated day of arrival at destination, 00 to 31(UTC)
7. Estimated month of arrival at destination, 00 to 12(UTC)
8. Navigational status, 0 to 15
9. Regional application flags, 0 to 15
10. Checksum
VTG - Course over ground and ground speed
$--VTG,x.x,T,x.x,M,x.x,N,x.x,K,a*hh<CR><LF>
| | | | | | | | | |
| | | | | | | | | +------- 6
| | | | | | | | +--------- 5
| | | | | | +---+----------- 4
| | | | +--+----------------- 3
| | +--+----------------------- 2
+-+----------------------------- 1
1. Course over ground, degrees true
2. Not used
3. Speed over ground, knots
4. Speed over ground, km/h
5. Mode indicator(see note)
6. Checksum
NOTE Positioning system Mode indicator:
A = Autonomous
D = Differential
E = estimated(dead reckoning)
M = Manual input
S = Simulator
N = Data not valid
The positioning system Mode indicator field shall not be a null field.
AP-17
APPENDIX
Output sentences
ABK - UAIS addressed and binary broadcast acknowledgement
$--ABK,xxxxxxxxx,a,x.x,x,x*hh<CR><LF>
|
| | | | |
|
| | | | +--- 6
|
| | | +----- 5
|
| | +------- 4
|
| +---------- 3
|
+------------- 2
+------------------- 1
1. MMSI of the addressed AIS unit
2. AIS channel of reception
3. Message type
4. Message sequence number
5. Type of acknowledgement
6. Checksum
ACA - See “Input sentences.”
ACS - Channel management information source
$--ACS,x,xxxxxxxxx,hhmmss.ss,xx,xx,xxxx*hh<CR><LF>
6
5
4
3
2
1
1. Sequence number, 0 to 9
2. MMSI of originator
3. UTC at receipt of regional operating settings
4. UTC day, 01- to 31
5. UTC month, 01 to 12
6. UTC year
ALR - Set alarm state
$--ALR,hhmmss.ss,xxx,A,A,c--c*hh<CR><LF>
|
| | | | |
|
| | | | +------------- 6
|
| | | +----------------- 5
|
| | +-------------------- 4
|
| +---------------------- 3
|
+------------------------- 2
+--------------------------------- 1
1. Time of alarm condition change, UTC
2. Local alarm number(identifier)
3. Alarm condition(A=threshold exceeded, V=not exceeded)
4. Alarm's acknowledge state, A=acknowledged V=unacknowledged
5. Alarm's description text
6. Checksum
AP-18
APPENDIX
LRF - See “Input sentences.”
LR1 - Long-range reply with destination for function request “A”
$--LR1,x,xxxxxxxxx,xxxxxxxxx,c--c,c--c,xxxxxxxxx*hh<CR><LF>
|
|
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|
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|
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|
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|
|
+---- 7
|
|
|
|
|
+---------- 6
|
|
|
| +----------------- 5
|
|
|
+---------------------- 4
|
|
+------------------------------ 3
|
+---------------------------------------- 2
+---------------------------------------------- 1
1. Sequence Number
2. MMSI of responder
3. MMSI of requestor(reply destination)
4. Ship's name, 1 to 20 characters
5. Call Sign, 1 to 7 characters
6. IMO Number, 9-digit number
7. Checksum
LR2 - Long-range reply for function requests “B, C, E, and F”
$--LR2,x,xxxxxxxxx,xxxxxxxx,hhmmss.ss,llll.ll,a,yyyyy.yy,a,x.x,T,x.x,N*hh<CR><LF>
|
|
|
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| |
| | | | | | |
|
|
|
|
| |
| | | | | | +--- 9
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|
|
|
| |
| | | | +---+----- 8
|
|
|
|
| |
| | +--+----------- 7
|
|
|
|
| |
+----+----------------- 6
|
|
|
|
+---+---------------------------- 5
|
|
|
+------------------------------------------ 4
|
|
+-------------------------------------------------- 3
|
+----------------------------------------------------------- 2
+----------------------------------------------------------------- 1
1. Sequence Number
2. MMSI of responder
3. Date: ddmmyyyy
4. UTC of Position
5. Latitude - N/S
6. Longitude - E/W
7. Course over ground, degrees True
8. Speed over ground, Knots
9. Checksum
AP-19
APPENDIX
LR3 - Long-range reply for function requests “I, O, P, U and W”
$--LR3,x,xxxxxxxxx,c--c,xxxxxx,hhmmss.ss,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x*hh<CR><LF>
|
|
|
|
|
| | |
| | | |
|
|
|
|
|
| | |
| | | +---- 12
|
|
|
|
|
| | |
| | +------- 11
|
|
|
|
|
| | |
| +---------- 10
|
|
|
|
|
| | |
+-------------- 9
|
|
|
|
|
| | +------------------ 8
|
|
|
|
|
| +--------------------- 7
|
|
|
|
|
+------------------------- 6
|
|
|
|
+-------------------------------- 5
|
|
|
+---------------------------------------- 4
|
|
+---------------------------------------------- 3
|
+------------------------------------------------------ 2
+------------------------------------------------------------ 1
1. Sequence Number
2. MMSI of responder
3. Voyage destination, 1 to 20 characters
4. ETA Date: ddmmyy
5. ETA Time
6. Draught
7. Ship/cargo(ITU-R M.1371, Table 18)
8. Ship length
9. Ship breadth
10. Ship type(ITUR-R M.1371, Table 18)
11. Persons, 0 to 8191
12. Checksum
TXT - Text transmission
$--TXT,xx,xx,xx,c--c*hh<CR><LF>
| | | | | |
| | | | | +--- 5
| | | +--+----- 4
| | +---------- 3
| +------------- 2
+---------------- 1
1. Total number of message, 01 to 99
2. Message number, 01 to 99
3. Text identifier
4. Text Message
5. Checksum
AP-20
APPENDIX
VDM - VHF data-link message
!--VDM,x,x,x,a,s--s,x*hh<CR><LF>
| || | | | |
| | | | | | +--- 7
| | | | | +----- 6
| | | | +-------- 5
| | | +------------ 4
| | +-------------- 3
| +---------------- 2
+------------------ 1
1. Total number of sentences needed to transfer the message, 1 to 9
2. Message sentence number, 1 to 9
3. Sequential message identifier, 0 to 9
4. AIS channel
5. Encapsulated ITU-R M.1371 radio message
6. Number of fill-bits, 0 to 5
7. Checksum
VDO - UAIS VHF data-link own-vessel report
!--VDO,x,x,x,a,s--s,x*hh<CR><LF>
| | || | | |
| | | | | | +--- 7
| | | | | +----- 6
| | | | +-------- 5
| | | +------------ 4
| | +-------------- 3
| +---------------- 2
+------------------ 1
1. Total number of sentences needed to transfer the message, 1 to 9
2. Message sentence number, 1 to 9
3. Sequential message identifier, 0 to 9
4. AIS channel
5. Encapsulated ITU-R M.1371 radio message
6. Number of fill-bits, 0 to 5
7. Checksum
AP-21
APPENDIX
VHF Channel List
International mode
Ch No.
1001
1002
1003
1004
1005
6
1007
1018
1019
1020
1021
1022
1023
1024
1025
1026
1027
1028
1060
1061
1062
1063
1064
1065
1066
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
1078
1079
1080
1081
1082
1083
1084
1085
1086
1087
AP-22
FREQUENCY
156.05
156.1
156.15
156.2
156.25
156.3
156.35
156.9
156.95
157
157.05
157.1
157.15
157.2
157.25
157.3
157.35
157.4
156.025
156.075
156.125
156.175
156.225
156.275
156.325
156.375
156.425
156.475
156.525
156.575
156.625
156.675
156.725
156.775
156.825
156.875
156.925
156.975
157.025
157.075
157.125
157.175
157.225
157.275
157.325
157.375
Ch No.
1088
1201
1202
1203
1204
1205
1206
1207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
1218
1219
1220
1221
1222
1223
1224
1225
1226
1227
1228
1260
1261
1262
1263
1264
1265
1266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
FREQUENCY
157.425
156.0625
156.1125
156.1625
156.2125
156.2625
156.3125
156.3625
156.4125
156.4625
156.5125
156.5625
156.6125
156.6625
156.7125
156.7625
156.8125
156.8625
156.9125
156.9625
157.0125
157.0625
157.1125
157.1625
157.2125
157.2625
157.3125
157.3625
157.4125
156.0375
156.0875
156.1375
156.1875
156.2375
156.2875
156.3375
156.3875
156.4375
156.4875
156.5375
156.5875
156.6375
156.6875
156.7375
156.7875
156.8375
Ch No.
277
1278
1279
1280
1281
1282
1283
1284
1285
1286
1287
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
2018
2019
2020
2021
2022
2023
2024
2025
2026
2027
2028
2060
2061
2062
2063
2064
2065
2066
2078
FREQUENCY
156.8875
156.9375
156.9875
157.0375
157.0875
1571375
157.1875
157.2375
157.2875
157.3375
157.3875
160.65
160.7
160.75
160.8
160.85
160.95
156.4
156.45
156.5
156.55
156.6
156.65
156.7
156.75
156.8
156.85
161.5
161.55
161.6
161.65
161.7
161.75
161.8
161.85
161.9
161.95
162
160.625
160.675
160.725
160.775
160.825
160.875
160.925
161.525
Ch No.
2079
2080
2081
2082
2083
2084
2085
2086
2087
2088
2201
2202
2203
2204
2205
2206
2207
2218
2219
2220
2221
2222
2223
2224
2225
2226
2227
2228
2260
2261
2262
2263
2264
2265
2266
2278
2279
2280
2281
2282
2283
2284
2285
2286
2287
FREQUENCY
161.575
161.625
161.675
161.725
161.775
161.825
161.875
161.925
161.975
162.025
160.6625
160.7125
160.7625
160.8125
160.8625
160.9125
160.9625
161.5125
161.5625
161.6125
161.6625
161.7125
161.7625
161.8125
161.8625
161.9125
161.9625
162.0125
160.6375
160.6875
160.7375
160.7875
160.8375
160.8875
160.9375
161.5375
161.5875
161.6375
161.6875
161.7375
161.7875
161.8375
161.8875
161.9375
161.9875
APPENDIX
USA mode
Ch No.
1001
FREQUENCY
156.05
1003
156.15
1005
6
1007
1018
1019
1020
1021
1022
1023
1024
1025
1026
1027
1028
156.25
156.3
156.35
156.9
156.95
157
157.05
157.1
157.15
157.2
157.25
157.3
157.35
157.4
1061
156.075
1063
1064
1065
1066
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
1078
1079
1080
1081
1082
1083
1084
1085
1086
1087
156.175
156.225
156.275
156.325
156.375
156.425
156.475
156.525
156.575
156.625
156.675
156.725
156.775
156.825
156.875
156.925
156.975
157.025
157.075
157.125
157.175
157.225
157.275
157.325
157.375
Ch No.
1088
1201
1202
1203
1204
1205
1206
1207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
1218
1219
1220
1221
1222
1223
1224
1225
1226
1227
1228
1260
1261
1262
1263
1264
1265
1266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
FREQUENCY
157.425
156.0625
156.1125
156.1625
156.2125
156.2625
156.3125
156.3625
156.4125
156.4625
156.5125
156.5625
156.6125
156.6625
156.7125
156.7625
156.8125
156.8625
156.9125
156.9625
157.0125
157.0625
157.1125
157.1625
157.2125
157.2625
157.3125
157.3625
157.4125
156.0375
156.0875
156.1375
156.1875
156.2375
156.2875
156.3375
156.3875
156.4375
156.4875
156.5375
156.5875
156.6375
156.6875
156.7375
156.7875
156.8375
Ch No.
277
1278
1279
1280
1281
1282
1283
1284
1285
1286
1287
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
2018
2019
2020
2021
2022
2023
2024
2025
2026
2027
2028
2060
2061
2062
2063
2064
2065
2066
2078
FREQUENCY
156.8875
156.9375
156.9875
157.0375
157.0875
157.1375
157.1875
157.2375
157.2875
157.3375
157.3875
160.65
160.7
160.75
160.8
160.85
160.95
156.4
156.45
156.5
156.55
156.6
156.65
156.7
156.75
156.8
156.85
161.5
161.55
161.6
161.65
161.7
161.75
161.8
161.85
161.9
161.95
162
160.625
160.675
160.725
160.775
160.825
160.875
160.925
161.525
Ch No.
2079
2080
2081
2082
2083
2084
2085
2086
2087
2088
2201
2202
2203
2204
2205
2206
2207
2218
2219
2220
2221
2222
2223
2224
2225
2226
2227
2228
2260
2261
2262
2263
2264
2265
2266
2278
2279
2280
2281
2282
2283
2284
2285
2286
2287
FREQUENCY
161.575
161.625
161.675
161.725
161.775
161.825
161.875
161.925
161.975
162.025
160.6625
160.7125
160.7625
160.8125
160.8625
160.9125
160.9625
161.5125
161.5625
161.6125
161.6625
161.7125
161.7625
161.8125
161.8625
161.9125
161.9625
162.0125
160.6375
160.6875
160.7375
160.7875
160.8375
160.8875
160.9375
161.5375
161.5875
161.6375
161.6875
161.7375
161.7875
161.8375
161.8875
161.9375
161.9875
1 W power on CH13 and CH67.
AP-23
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AP-24
FURUNO
FA-150
SPECIFICATIONS OF THE UAIS TRANSPONDER
FA-150
1.
TRANSPONDER UNIT
1.1 TX/RX Frequency
156.025 MHz to 162.025 MHz
1.2 Output Power
1W/ 2 W/ 12.5 W within ±1.5 db, selectable
1.3 Impedance
50 ohms
1.4 DSC Receiver
CH70 fixed, 156.525 MHz, G2B, 1200 bps
1.5 Bandwidth
25 kHz/ 12.5 kHz
2.
MONITOR UNIT
2.1
Display
4.5-inch, monochrome LCD
2.2
Display Size
60 (H) x 95 (W) mm
2.3
No. of Dots
120 x 64 dots
3.
GPS RECEIVER
3.1
Receiving Channels
3.2
Rx Frequency/ Rx Code 1575.42 MHz, C/A code
3.3
Position Fixing System
All in view, 8-state Kalman filter
3.4
Position Accuracy
Approx. 10 m, 95% of the time, (HDOP ≤ 4)
12 channels parallel, 12 satellites tracking
DGPS: approx. less than 5 m, 95% of the time
3.5
Tracking Velocity
900 kts
3.6
Position-fixing Time
Warm start: 36 seconds, Cold start: 43 seconds
3.7
Position Update Interval 1 second
3.8 DGPS Data Receiving
4.
RTCM SC-104 Ver 2.1 formatted
INTERFACES
4.1 COM1 – COM4
Input:
IEC 61162-1(2000-07)/61162-2(1998-09)
VSD, SSD, ABM, BBM, ACA, ACK, AIR, DTM, GBS, GGA, GLL,
GNS, HDT, LRF, LRI, OSD, RMC, ROT, VBW, VTG
Output:
VDM, VDO, ABK, ACA, ALR, TXT, LR1, LR2, LR3, LRF, LRI
Note: COM4 also functions as SENSOR input.
4.2 SENSOR (input)
IEC 61162-1(2000-07)/61162-2(1998-09)
4.3 COM4 – 6 (input)
DTM, GNS, GLL, GGA, RMC, VBW, VTG, OSD, HDT, GBS, ROT
4.4 External Beacon
RS-232C (PC)
4.5 PC
RS-232C
4.6 Alarm Output
Contact closure
4.7 AD-10
AD-10 format (FURUNO gyro format)
SP-1
E4431S01C
060117
FURUNO
FA-150
5.
POWER SUPPLY
5.1
Monitor Unit
12-24 VDC: 0.3-0.15 A
5.2
Transponder Unit
12-24 VDC: 7-3.5 A
5.3
AC/DC Power Supply Unit PR-240 (option)
100-115/200-230 VAC, 1 phase, 50/60 Hz
6.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION
6.1
Ambient Temperature
GPS Antenna Unit:
-25°C to +70°C
Other Units:
-15°C to +55°C
6.2
Relative Humidity
95% at 40°C
6.3
Waterproofing (IEC 60529)
6.4
Antenna Unit:
IPX6
Transponder Unit:
IP20
Display Unit:
IP22
Vibration (IEC 60945 ed.4)
From 2 Hz-5 Hz to 13.2 Hz: Amplitude ±1 mm ±10%
(Maximum acceleration at 13.2Hz: 7m/s2)
7.
COATING COLOR
7.1
GPS Antenna Unit:
N9.5
7.2
Other Units:
2.5GY5/1.5
SP-2
E4431S01C
060117
INDEX
A
Alarm status.................................................2-8
Alarm status display ..................................1-22
B
Breaker reset ...............................................2-2
Buzzer........................................................1-32
C
Channels
setting ....................................................1-29
viewing...................................................1-28
Contrast .......................................................1-4
Controls .......................................................1-1
CPA/TCPA .................................................1-11
D
Dangerous (target) list...............................1-20
Diagnostics
GPS test (transponder) ...........................2-6
memory test.............................................2-5
memory test (transponder) ......................2-5
monitor unit test .......................................2-4
power on/off history .................................2-7
Tx on/off history .......................................2-7
Digital interface.........................................AP-6
DIM key........................................................1-4
Dimmer ........................................................1-4
DISP key....................................................1-12
Dynamic data.............................................1-22
E
Error messages ...........................................2-9
F
Fuse replacement........................................2-2
G
GPS monitor ..............................................2-10
GPS test (transponder) ...............................2-6
I
Initial settings.............................................1-35
K
Key beep ................................................... 1-32
L
Long range mode...................................... 1-33
M
Maintenance................................................ 2-1
Memory clear ............................................ 2-12
Memory test (transponder) ......................... 2-5
MENU key ................................................... 1-5
Menu tree ................................................. AP-1
Messages
automatically displaying received ......... 1-26
logs........................................................ 1-27
sending.................................................. 1-23
viewing received messages.................. 1-25
Monitor unit test .......................................... 2-4
N
NAV STATUS key........................................ 1-7
Navigation status......................................... 1-7
P
Parts location ........................................... AP-4
Plotter display............................................ 1-13
Power on/off history .................................... 2-7
Program no. ................................................ 2-4
Program number record.................................vi
PWR key ..................................................... 1-2
S
Sensor status ............................................ 2-11
Static data ................................................. 1-20
System configuration ......................................v
System overview........................................... vii
T
Target list................................................... 1-14
Troubleshooting .......................................... 2-3
Tx on/off history........................................... 2-7
V
VHF channel list..................................... AP-22
IN-1