Furuno FAR-2817 Radar Detector User Manual

FURUNO DEEPSEA WORLD
23” High resolution Multi-color LCD
MARINE
RADAR
WITH ARPA AND AIS DISPLAY
Models FAR-2817/2827/2837S
■ Advanced signal processing for
■ Automatic plotting/tracking of 100
improved detection in rough sea
■ LCD display providing crisp radar
images
■ Designed to comply with SOLAS
carriage requirements for all ships
■ Up to four radars can be
interswitched in the network without
an extra device
targets manually or automatically
acquired
■ Easy operation by customizable
function keys, trackball/wheel palm
module and rotary controls
■ Low spurious magnetrons meeting
ITU-R unwanted emission standards
■ Displays 1000 AIS equipped targets
Catalogue No. R-185b
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9-52 Ashihara-cho, Nishinomiya City, Japan Phone: +81 (0)798 65-2111
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EBL controls
VRM controls
Trackball
Menu Item Selector
(wheel and enter keys)
User
Customizable
Function Keys
Full-keyboard Control Unit
The control head has logically arranged controls in a combination of
push keys and trackball. Well organized menu ensures that all
operations can be done by trackball.
Palm Control Unit
Alternative to the Full-keyboard
Control Unit or additional as
a remote operation.
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The revolutionary FAR-28x7 series of X- and S-band radars are
the result of FURUNO’s 50 years of experience in marine electronics
and advanced computer technology. This series is designed to meet
the exacting standards of the International Maritime Organization
(IMO) for all ships.
The display unit employs a 23.1” LCD which provides an effective
picture diameter of larger than 340 mm. The SXGA monitor provides
crisp radar images, which are presented in a selectable color with
a day and night background color for easy observation in all lighting
conditions. Different colors are assigned for marks, symbols and texts
for user-friendly operations.
Target detection is enhanced by sophisticated signal processing
techniques.Two guard zones can be set at required ranges in any
sector. Other ship’s movements are assessed by advanced target
tracking software and alerted by CPA/TCPA data readouts.
The FAR-28x7 series can display AIS-equipped
ships, when connected with an AIS transponder.
The radar antenna is available with 4, 6.5, or 8 feet
radiator. For the X-band, the rotation speed is
selectable from 24 rpm for standard radars or 42
rpm for HSC. The S-band radar is also available
with the antenna radiator of 10 or 12 feet. The Sband radar assures target detection in adverse
weather where an X-band is heavily affected by sea
or rain clutter.
This series of radar comply with
the following IMO and IEC regulation:
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IEC 60936-1 shipborne radar
IEC 60936-2 HSC radar
IEC 60872-1 ARPA
IEC 60872-2 ATA
IEC 601993-2 AIS
IEC 60945 General requirements
IEC 61162-1 ed 2
IMO MSC.64(67) Annex 4
IMO A.823(19)
IMO MSC.74(69) Annex 3
100 Base-TX Ethernet Network System
Radar System 2
Radar System 1
Antenna Unit
Display
Unit
Antenna Unit
Display
Unit
Independent
Interswitch
Antenna Unit
100 Base-TX
Display
Unit
Antenna Unit
Display
Unit
Other Radar Images
Chart Information
COG, SOG, STW, etc.
The radars can be connected to an Ethernet network for
a variety of user requirements. SOLAS Chapter V as
amended requires X- and S-band radars for ships 3000
GT and over. Each of X- and S-band radars can be
interswitched without using an extra option. Up to four
radars can be interchanged in the network. In addition,
the essential navigational information including
the electronic chart, L/L, COG, SOG, STW, etc.
can be shared in the network.
Interswitch
Antenna Unit
Display
Unit
Antenna Unit
Display
Unit
Repeater
ARPA/AIS
Own ship
data cell
DATA Cell 1
Tracking data
Water temp,
Depth,
Wind
Magnify
DATA Cell 2
Tracking data
DATA Cell 3 AIS
Tracking data Information
Targets automatically
acquired
AIS-equipped target
selected for data reading.
DATA DISPLAY
A variety of navigational information, own ship status, radar plotting
data, wind, water temperature and information from other shipborne
sensors are displayed on the cells. These selected targets are
marked with a square symbol on the radar display. Magnify is
a special feature of the FURUNO radars FAR-28x7 series. This looks
like a delayed-sweep zoom that the IMO strictly prohibits, but where
the Administration accepts, the Magnify feature enlarges part of radar
display for some special maritime activity.
TARGET ASSOCIATION (Fusion)
An AIS-equipped ship may be displayed by both AIS and ARPA
symbols. This is because the AIS position is measured by a GPS
in L/L while the ARPA target blip and data are measured by range
and bearing from own ship and located on the radar PPI.
When the symbols are within an operator-set criteria, the ARPA
symbol is merged in the AIS symbol. The criteria are determined
by the differences in range, bearing, course, speed, etc.
MARKS AND
SYMBOLS
FOR ARPA AND AIS
AIS information
■ 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
■ Voyage related data
Ship’s draught
Hazardous cargo (type)
Destination and ETA (at masters discretion)
■ Dynamic data
Ship’s position with accuracy
indication and integrity status
UTC
Course over ground (COG)
Speed over ground (SOG)
Heading
Navigation status (manual input)
Rate of turn (where available)
Update rates Dependent on speed and
course alternation (2 s – 3 min)
■ Short safety-related messages
Free messages
GUARD ZONES
Guard
Zone
Automatic Acquisition Zone
Two automatic acquisition zones may be set in a sector or
any form. They also act as suppression zones, avoiding
unnecessary overloading to the processor and clutter by
disabling automatic acquisition and tracking outside them.
Targets in a automatic acquisition zone appear as inverse
triangle. The operator can manually acquire important targets
without restriction.
CPA Alarm Zone
Target tracking symbol changes to a triangle when its
predicted course (vector) violates the operator set
CPA/TCPA. The operator can readily change the vector
lengths to evaluate target movement trend.
Guard Zones and Anchor Watch Zone
Guard Zones generate visual and audible alarms when
targets enter the operator set zones. One of Guard Zones
may be used as an anchor watch to alert the operator when
own ship or targets drift away from the set zone.
TARGET TRAILS
The target trails feature generates monotone or gradual shading
afterglow on all objects on the display. The shading afterglow
paints the display just like on an analog PPI. The monotone
trails are useful to show own ship movement and other ship
tracks in a specific fishing operation. The trail time is adjustable
for 15, 30 s, 1, 3, 6, 15, 30 min or continuous. The target trails
are indicated in a different color from background. The unique
feature in this radar is a choice of True or Relative mode in
Relative Motion (only True in TM).
RADAR MAP
Up to 200 waypoints and up to 30 routes can be stored.
Each route may contain up to 30 waypoints. A radar map is
a combination of map lines and marks whereby the user can
define and input the navigation area, route planning and
monitoring data. The radar map has the capacity of 3,000
points for map lines and marks. The map data can be
memorized to facilitate repeated use on a routine navigation
area.
Map Marks
Map Lines
NIGHT VIEW
Specifications of FAR-2817/2827/2837S
Antenna Radiators
8. Parallel index lines
1, 2, 3 or 6 lines (menu selectable)
1. Type
Slotted waveguide array
2. Beamwidth and sidelobe attenuation
X-Band
S-Band
XN-12AF XN-20AF XN-24AF SN-30AF SN-36AF
4 ft
6.5 ft
8 ft
10 ft
12 ft
Radiator Type
Length
Beamwidth(H)
Beamwidth(W)
Sidelobe (within ± 10°)
Sidelobe (outside ± 10°)
1.9°
20°
-24 dB
1.23°
20°
-28 dB
0.95°
20°
-28 dB
2.3°
25°
-24 dB
1.8°
25°
-24 dB
-30 dB
-32 dB
-32 dB
-30 dB
-30 dB
S-band 10 ft radiator usable for an HSC
3. Rotation
24 rpm
RSB-096
42 rpm
RSB-097
RSB-100
45 rpm
RSB-101
RSB-102
Output Power
Transceiver
2. Tracking
Automatic tracking of all acquired targets in 0.1 to 32 nm
5. Past positions
5 or 10 past positions at intervals of 30 s,1, 2, 3, 6 min.
6. Collision warning
CPA limit: 0.2 - 10 nm, TCPA limit: 0 - 99 min.
RF Transceiver
1. Frequency
X-band:
S-band:
2. Output power
1. Acquisition
100 targets (e.g. manually 50, automatically 50)
4. Vector
True or relative 30 s, 1, 3, 6, 12, 15, 30 min for prediction of
target motion
S-Band
21/26 rpm
Rotation
RSB-099
Gear Box RSB-098
Automatic Plotting
3. Guard zone (Target Acquisition Area)
Two guard zone, one of them 0.5 nm depth
X-Band
Rotation
Gear Box
9. Radar map
1500 points to create coastlines, own ship safety contour,
isolated underwater dangers, buoys, traffic routing systems,
prohibited areas, fairways as required by IMO.
9410 MHz ±30 MHz
3050 MHz ±30 MHz
FAR-2817
12 kW
RTR-078
FAR-2827
25 kW
RTR-079
7. Trial maneuver
Dynamic or static, with selected delay time.
FAR-2837S
30 kW
RTR-080
3. Pulselength/PRR
Range scale (nm) Pulselength (µs)
PRR (Hz)
0.125, 0.25
0.07
3000
0.5
0.07, 0.15
3000
0.75, 1.5
0.07, 0.15, 0.3
3000, 1500
3
0.15, 0.3, 0.5, 0.7
3000, 1500, 1000
6
0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 1.2
1500, 1000, 600
12, 24
0.5, 0.7, 1.2
1000, 600
48, 96
1.2
600
4. I.F.
60 MHz, Logarithmic
Bandwidth
Short pulse:
40 MHz
Middle pulse:
10 MHz
Long pulse:
3 MHz
RADAR DISPLAY
1. Display
23.1" color LCD (SXGA 1280 x 1024 pixels),
470 (H) x 353 (V) mm,
Effective display diameter: 340 mm
Echo Color: Yellow, green or white in 32 levels
2. Range scales and ring intervals (nm)
Range: .125, .25, .5, .75, 1.5, 3, 6, 12, 24, 48, 96
Ring: .025, .05, .1, .25, .25, .5, 1, 2, 4, 8, 16
3. Minimum range
30* m on 0.75 nm range scale
*Using a 10 m2 test target at 3.5 m high above sea and
antenna at 15 m high (IEC 60936-1). Different conditions give
a different result, maybe close to 20 m in actual installations.
4. Range discrimination
30 m on 0.75* nm range scale
AIS FUNCTIONS (Data input from AIS is required)
1. Symbols
Sleeping, Activated, Dangerous, Selected, Lost targets
2. Number of targets
1,000 targets max.
3. Data indication
Basic and expanded data
POWER SUPPLY (specify when ordering)
1. Processor Unit
24 VDC or 115/230 VAC, 1ø, 50/60 Hz
440 VAC, 1ø, 50/60 Hz with optional transformer RU-1803
2. Display Unit
24 VDC or 115/230 VAC, 1ø, 50/60 Hz
440 VAC, 1ø, 50/60 Hz with optional transformer RU-1803
3. Antenna Unit
FAR-2837S:
230 VAC, 3ø, 60 Hz; 380 VAC, 3ø, 50 Hz; 440 VAC, 3ø, 60 Hz
115 VAC, 3ø, 60 Hz with optional transformer RU-5693
230 VAC, 3ø, 50 Hz with optional transformer RU-6522
440 VAC, 3ø, 50 Hz with optional transformer RU-5466-1
X-band antenna for FAR-2817, 2827
8 ft antenna
(4 or 6.5 ft also available)
S-band antenna for FAR-2837S
5. Range ring accuracy
+0.2 %
6. Presentation modes
Head-Up, Course-Up, North-Up, North-Up TM
7. Heading information
Furuno GPS compass SC-60/120 is a recommendable
heading sensor as a backup of a gyrocompass. Confirm with
your Administrations.
Performance
Monitor
built in
FAR-2817:
FAR-2827:
FAR-2837S:
X-band, 12 kW, TR up
X-band, 25 kW, TR up
S-band, 30 kW, TR up
Performance
Monitor
built in
EQUIPMENT LIST
Standard
Option
1. Performance Monitor PM-31 for FAR-2817/27
PM-51 for FAR-2837S (Specify when ordering)
2. Remote Control Unit RCU-016
3. Gyro Interface GC-10 (built in Processor Unit)
4. DVI-Analog RGB Conversion Kit (Buffer board built in)
OP-03-180
5. RGB Connector DSUB-BNC-1 (for VDR)
6. Card Interface Unit CU-100
7. Transformer RU-1803/5466-1/5693/6522
8. Rectifier RU-3424/1746B
9. Junction Box RJB-001
10. Antenna Cable RW-9600
11. External Alert Buzzer OP03-21
12. Hand Grip FP03-09840
13. Bracket FP03-09820
14. Hub HUB-100
1. Display Unit MU-231CR
2. Processor Unit RPU-013
3. Full-keyboard Control Unit RCU-014
Trackball Control Unit (Palm Control Unit) RCU-015
(Specify when ordering)
4. Antenna Unit with cable (15/20/30/50/100 m)
5. RF Transceiver Unit for RF-up system
6. Power Supply Unit PSU-007 for FAR-2837S
7. Standard Spare Parts and Installation Materials
VOYAGER
The display unit can be supplied in a
special cabinet matching the FURUNO
New INS configuration as FAR-28x7 series.
Optional pedestal
Antenna Unit (Specify when ordering)
INTERCONNECTION
DIAGRAM
For FAR-2837S
For FAR-2817/2827
Performance Monitor
PM-51
Performance Monitor
PM-31
RW-9600, 15 m
Junction Box
RW-9600
15/20/30/50/100 m
DPYCY x 3 (DPYCY-6 x 2 + TPYCY-2.5) +
TTYCY-4 + RG-12/U, 70 - 270 m
Junction Box
RW-9600, 15 m
Display Unit
MU-231CR
5m
Power Supply Unit
PSU-007
Processor
Unit
RPU-013
250V-DPYCY-1.5
Remote Control Unit
RCU-016
Full-keyboard
Control Unit
RCU-014
DVI-Analog RGB
Convirrsion Kit
Gyro Interface
GC-10
10/20/30 m
03S-9610
10/20/30 m
10/20/30 m
IEC 61162-1
250V-TTYC-1
GP-90 (Position, SOG, COG)
SDME (STW for ARPA)
IEC 61162-1
250V-TTYC-4
AIS FA-100
RW-4846
ECDIS
INS
RGB Connector
D-Sub-BNC-1
DVI out
IEC 61162-1
250V-MPYC-7
Gyro Compass
Gyro Converter
AD-100
GPS Compass
250V-TTYC-1
Ethernet
100Base-TX
Trackball Control Unit
RCU-015
VDR
DVI
External Alarm
HUB
FAR-21x7
Card Interface Unit
CU-100
115 VAC, 3
230 VAC, 3
230 VAC, 3
380 VAC, 3
440 VAC, 3
440 VAC, 3
, 60 Hz*
24 VDC
, 50 Hz* 115 VAC, 1 , 50/60 Hz
, 60 Hz 230 VAC, 1 , 50/60 Hz
, 50 Hz 440 VAC, 1 , 50/60 Hz*
, 50 Hz*
, 60 Hz
24 VDC
115 VAC, 1 , 50/60 Hz
230 VAC, 1 , 50/60 Hz
440 VAC, 1 , 50/60 Hz*
Option or Shipyard Supply
Power
Specify power supply when ordering
*Optional transformer required
Antenna Unit for FAR-2817/2827
RSB-096/097
XN-12AF: 33 kg 73 lb
XN-20AF: 39 kg 86 lb
XN-24AF: 42 kg 93 lb
XN-20AF: 2040 80.3"
XN-24AF: 2550 100.4"
4- 15
Antenna Unit for FAR-2837S
300 11.8"
Processor Unit RPU-013
RSB-098/099/100/101/102
10 kg 22 lb
SN-30AF: 127 kg 280 lb
SN-36AF: 133 kg 293.2 lb
25
1.0"
7
0.3"
350 13.8"
27
1.1"
561 22.1"
98
286 11.3"
Display Unit MU-231CR
90
498 19.6"
418 16.5"
183 7.2"
250 9.8"
432 17.0"
350 13.8"
432 17.0"
420 16.5"
710 28.0"
8- 15
137
5.4"
432 17.0"
530 20.9"
410 16.1"
378 14.9"
275 10.8"
110 105 100 105 110
4.3" 4.1" 3.9" 4.1" 4.3"
2- 7
385 15.2"
370 14.6"
340 13.4"
380 15.0"
SN-36AF: 3765 148.2"
SN-30AF: 3090 121.7"
421 16.6"
Bracket mount
4- 15
468 18.4"
300 11.8"
468 18.4"
184 7.2"
137 5.4"
570 22.4"
18
0.7"
124 4.9"
18
0.7"
555 21.9"
1260 49.6"
360 14.2"
23.5 kg 51.8 lb
95
3.7" 411 16.2"
11
0
598 23.5"
4.3
"
590 23.2"
Hand Grip
(option)
Panel mount
3.7 kg 8.2 lb
35
Bracket
(option)
136 5.4"
180 7.1"
50
451 17.8"
5
19
.9"
Full-keyboard Control Unit RCU-014
308 12.1"
398 15.7"
287 11.3"
352 13.9"
15.0 kg 33.0 lb
4- 8
Trackball Control
Unit RCU-015
570 22.4"
2.4 kg 5.3 lb
30
1.2"
Remote Control
Unit RCU-016
136 5.4"
180 7.1"
110 4.3" 4- 4
136 5.4"
180 7.1"
313 12.3"
471 18.5"
313 12.3"
505 19.9"
96
3.8"
160 6.3"
554 21.8"
39 1.5"
54 2.1"
92 3.6"
2.4 kg 5.3 lb
110 4.3" 4- 4
570 22.4"
598 23.5"
4- 4
35 1.4"
50 2.0"
89 3.5"
160 6.3"
35 1.4"
50 2.0"
89 3.5"
80
3.2"
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
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