Furuno FAX-30 Fax Machine User Manual

FACSIMILE RECEIVER
FAX-30
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FIRST
EDITION
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety Instructions for the Operator
CAUTION
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Use the proper fuse.
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.
Use of a wrong fuse may cause
serious damage to the equipment
and void the warranty.
WARNING LABEL
A warning label is attached to the
facsimile receiver. Do not remove the
label. If the label is missing or illegible,
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
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.
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.
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Safety Instructions for the Installer
CAUTION
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Do not open the equipment
unless totally familiar with
electrical circuits and
service manual.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
Observe the following compass safe
distances to prevent interference to a
magnetic compass:
Standard
compass
Facsimile
Receiver
0.9 m
Turn off the power at the switchboard
before beginning the installation.
Fire or electrical shock can result if the
power is left on.
Do not install the equipment where it
may get wet from rain or water splash.
Water in the equipment can result in fire,
electrical shock or damage the equipment.
Be sure that the power supply is
compatible with the voltage rating of
the equipment.
Connection of an incorrect power supply
can cause fire or damage the equipment.
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Steering
compass
0.6 m
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD ..................................................................................................................vi
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ..........................................................................................ix
EQUIPMENT LISTS .......................................................................................................xi
1. OVERVIEW, SETUP ................................................................................................ 1-1
1.1 Overview, Setup: NavNet......................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1.1 Controls ......................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1.2 Preparations for using the FAX-30 ................................................................................ 1-2
1.1.3 Accessing the FAX mode .............................................................................................. 1-3
1.1.4 Choosing the receive mode........................................................................................... 1-4
1.1.5 Receive notification ....................................................................................................... 1-5
1.2 Overview, Setup: PC................................................................................................................ 1-6
1.2.1 Accessing the FAX-30 top display................................................................................. 1-6
1.2.2 Choosing the receive mode........................................................................................... 1-8
1.2.3 Logging out ....................................................................................................................1-8
2. FAX OPERATION: NAVNET.................................................................................... 2-1
2.1 Automatic Receiving ................................................................................................................ 2-1
2.1.1 Choosing channel.......................................................................................................... 2-1
2.1.2 Previewing image being received.................................................................................. 2-4
2.1.3 Stopping automatic receiving ........................................................................................ 2-4
2.2 Manually Starting, Stopping Receiving .................................................................................... 2-5
2.2.1 Manually starting receiving ............................................................................................ 2-5
2.2.2 Manually stopping receiving .......................................................................................... 2-6
2.3 Timer Receiving ....................................................................................................................... 2-7
2.3.1 Setting timer receiving schedule ................................................................................... 2-7
2.3.2 Turning on/off specific timer programs ........................................................................ 2-11
2.3.4 Clearing all timer programs ......................................................................................... 2-11
2.4 Displaying Facsimile Images .................................................................................................2-12
2.5 Processing Facsimile Images ................................................................................................2-13
2.5.1 Phase mismatch ..........................................................................................................2-13
2.5.2 Phasing signal out of synchronization.........................................................................2-14
2.5.3 Noise rejection .............................................................................................................2-14
2.5.4 Image color ..................................................................................................................2-15
2.5.5 Image format................................................................................................................2-15
2.5.6 Zooming images ..........................................................................................................2-16
2.5.7 Rotating images...........................................................................................................2-16
2.6 Erasing Facsimile Images......................................................................................................2-16
2.7 Preventing Erasure of Facsimile Images...............................................................................2-17
2.8 Adding Facsimile Channels ...................................................................................................2-18
3. FAX OPERATION: PC ............................................................................................. 3-1
3.1 Automatic Receiving ................................................................................................................ 3-1
3.1.1 Starting receiving ........................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1.2 Stopping receiving ......................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2 Timer Receiving ....................................................................................................................... 3-2
3.2.1 Setting, changing timer receiving schedule................................................................... 3-2
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3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.2.3 Turning on/off specific timer programs .......................................................................... 3-4
3.2.4 Clearing all timer programs ........................................................................................... 3-4
Displaying Facsimile Images ................................................................................................... 3-5
Processing Facsimile Images .................................................................................................. 3-6
3.4.1 Phase mismatch ............................................................................................................ 3-6
3.4.2 Phasing signal out of synchronization........................................................................... 3-7
3.4.3 Noise rejection............................................................................................................... 3-7
3.4.4 Image color .................................................................................................................... 3-8
3.4.5 Image format.................................................................................................................. 3-8
3.4.6 Rotating images............................................................................................................. 3-9
3.4.7 Zooming images ............................................................................................................ 3-9
3.4.8 Saving images ............................................................................................................... 3-9
Erasing Facsimile Images........................................................................................................ 3-9
Preventing Erasure of Facsimile Images............................................................................... 3-10
Adding Facsimile Channels ................................................................................................... 3-11
4. NAVTEX OPERATION: NAVNET ............................................................................ 4-1
4.1 About Navtex Messages.......................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1.1 Message categories ...................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1.2 Receiving navtex messages.......................................................................................... 4-1
4.2 Setting Up Navtex Stations, Messages, Alarms...................................................................... 4-2
4.3 Previewing Incoming Navtex Messages.................................................................................. 4-5
4.4 Displaying Navtex Messages................................................................................................... 4-6
4.4.1 Displaying navtex messages......................................................................................... 4-6
4.4.2 Remarks on navtex messages ...................................................................................... 4-7
4.5 Displaying the Navtex Station List ........................................................................................... 4-8
4.6 Adding Navtex Stations............................................................................................................ 4-9
5. NAVTEX OPERATION: PC ...................................................................................... 5-1
5.1 About Navtex Messages.......................................................................................................... 5-1
5.1.1 Message categories ...................................................................................................... 5-1
5.1.2 Receiving navtex messages.......................................................................................... 5-1
5.2 Setting Up Navtex Stations, Messages ................................................................................... 5-2
5.3 Displaying Navtex Messages................................................................................................... 5-3
5.4 Displaying the Navtex Station List ........................................................................................... 5-4
5.5 Adding Navtex Stations............................................................................................................ 5-5
5.6 Editing Navtex Stations............................................................................................................ 5-6
5.7 Deleting Navtex Stations.......................................................................................................... 5-7
6. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................. 6-1
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
Maintenance ............................................................................................................................ 6-1
Replacement of Fuse............................................................................................................... 6-2
Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................................... 6-2
Diagnostics: NavNet ................................................................................................................ 6-3
Diagnostics: PC ....................................................................................................................... 6-4
Clearing Data: NavNet............................................................................................................. 6-5
Clearing Data: PC .................................................................................................................... 6-6
All Clear (for technicians only) ................................................................................................. 6-7
Simulation Mode ...................................................................................................................... 6-8
6.9.1 Accessing the simulation mode through NavNet .......................................................... 6-8
6.9.2 Accessing the simulation mode through PC ................................................................. 6-9
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7. INSTALLATION........................................................................................................ 7-1
7.1 Facsimile Receiver................................................................................................................... 7-1
7.2 Antenna Unit ............................................................................................................................ 7-2
7.2.1 General antenna connection ......................................................................................... 7-2
7.2.2 Wire antenna or whip antenna ...................................................................................... 7-2
7.2.3 Installation of preamp unit FAX-5 (option)..................................................................... 7-3
7.3 Wiring ....................................................................................................................................... 7-4
7.4 Supplying Power to the Preamp Unit....................................................................................... 7-6
7.5 Browser, PC Settings ............................................................................................................... 7-7
7.5.1 Browser settings ............................................................................................................ 7-7
7.5.2 PC settings ....................................................................................................................7-8
APPENDIX ............................................................................................................... AP-1
Facsimile Stations........................................................................................................................ AP-1
Navtex Stations ............................................................................................................................ AP-4
Menu Tree.................................................................................................................................... AP-9
SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................................................SP-1
PACKING LIST
OUTLINE DRAWINGS
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
INDEX.........................................................................................................................IN-1
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FOREWORD
A Word to the Owner of the FAX-30
FURUNO Electric Company thanks you for purchasing the FURUNO FAX-30 Facsimile
Receiver. 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
installed and maintained. Please carefully read and follow the operation, installation 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
Connected to a 10.4-inch NavNet series display unit or a PC, the FAX-30 receives facsimile
images and navtex messages, transmitted from facsimile and navtex stations.
• Programmed with all existing facsimile stations and frequencies. User may program 320
channels.
• Fully automatic facsimile operation with built-in schedule timer. Storage for 30 timer
programs.
• Fully automatic selection of speed, IOC, phase alignment and frequency. Manual
selection also available.
• Connection to printer via a PC to print facsimile images and navtex messages.
• Facsimile images in monochrome, gray scale (8 tones) or color (three patterns).
• Built in navtex receiver. (The receiver does not conform to GMDSS regulations.)
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Operational Characteristics
General
• The equipment receives one facsimile image or naxtex message at a time. Thus, a
navtex message cannot be received when a facsimile image is being received and vice
versa, regardless of navtex message category.
• Three receiving modes are available, facsimile, navtex, and facsimile(timer) & navtex.
When using the facsimile(timer) and navtex, the order of priority is
Facsimile(timer) (highest priority) → Navtex (lowest priority)
• The FAX-30 does not have an internal clock, so time is input from the NavNet display or
the PC. (For PC-only configuration, time data is read when the browser accesses the
FAX-30. Therefore, turn on the FAX-30 before accessing it from the PC to allow for input
of time data, which is necessary for facsimile timer recording.) To receive time data, do
the following:
NavNet: Output the date and time data sentence ZDA through the NavNet network.
PC: Set the PC’s clock to the correct time.
• If both a NavNet series unit and a PC are used, it is recommended to operate the FAX-30
from the PC because of the two different communication protocols. (Use the NavNet
series unit to feed navigation data to the PC.)
• Navigation data must be fed through the network to use the automatic navtex mode.
Therefore, this mode is not available in the PC-only configuration.
NavNet
• The FAX-30 cannot be accessed from the NavNet for 15 seconds after the FAX-30 has
been turned on.
• NavNet requirements:
Navionics: Ver. 15, Boot Ver. 2 (1950006002)
C-MAP:
Ver. 11, Boot Ver. 2 (1950006002)
PC
• The FAX-30 cannot be accessed from the PC while the FAX-30 is loading data at start up.
Wait until the POWER LED flashing interval changes from 0.4 to two seconds before
accessing the FAX-30.
• Most operating procedures in this manual are written for use with the Internet Explorer.
Menu items, control button names, etc. may be different on the Netscape Navigator.
• PC requirements:
OS:
Windows 98, 2000, XP
Memory:
Min.128 MB
CPU:
Min. 600 MHz
Resolution: 1024x768 pixels
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• Browser requirements:
Internet Explorer:
Ver.5.01/5.5/6.0
Netscape Navigator: Ver.4.78/6.2/7.0
• OS and browser compatibility
Internet Explorer
Windows 98
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Ver. 5.01
OK
OK
#
Ver. 5.5
OK
OK
#
Netscape Navigator
Ver 6.0
#
OK
OK
Ver. 4.78
*1, *2
*1
#
Ver. 6.2
*2
#
#
Ver. 7.0
NO, *3
OK
OK
*1 A facsimile image may not be updated after it has been processed (noise limiter,
zoom, etc.). To update the image, click the right button on the mouse while holding
down the [SHIFT] key and then choose Reload.
*2 Connection is occasionally interrupted. In case of 4.78 + Win 98, the message “A
network error occurred: unable to connect to server (TCP Error: Not enough
memory). The server may be down or unreachable. Try connecting again later.” is
displayed. To restore the connection, press [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Delete] to force quit Netscape.
Then, reopen Netscape and try to connect again.
*3 Connection is frequently interrupted and cannot be restored.
# Not verified.
• Use of older OS with recent browser will result in extremely slow operation.
• If the browser goes into timeout while an image is being received, access to the FAX-30
may be interrupted. In this case, click the right button on the mouse and click Refresh.
• Most PC operations are done with the left button on the mouse. The exception is saving a
facsimile image which is done with the right button.
• The FAX-30 cannot be simultaneously accessed by multiple PCs. For this reason, be
sure to use the logout feature to logout a PC from the FAX-30 when its use is not
required.
• If the FAX-30 appears to be abnormal, the browser version may not be compatible or
browser settings may be wrong. See the browser requirements on the previous page, the
browser and OS compatibility table above and the browser settings in paragraph 7.5.1.
• The FAX-30’s HTTP and HTML versions are as below.
HTTP: Ver. 1.0
HTML: Ver. 4.01
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Network installation
PREAMP
FAX-5
Wire
Antenna
FACSCIMILE RECEIVER
FAX-30
Radar,
Plotter
10.4" NavNet Series
HUB*
Ship’s Mains
12-24 VDC
: Standard
: Option
: User Supply
* = HUB is not required to connect
NavNet display unit directly.
Network installation
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PC installation
PREAMP
FAX-5
Wire
Antenna
FACSIMILE
RECEIVER
FAX-30
HUB*
PC
PC
: Standard
: Option
: Local Supply
Ship’s Mains
12-24 VDC
* = HUB is not required to connect single PC.
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FAX-30 cannot be
accessed by more
than one PC at a time.
Printer
EQUIPMENT LISTS
Standard supply
Name
Facsimile
Receiver
Spare Parts
Installation
Materials
Type
FAX-30-E-AN
FAX-30-E-AP
FAX-30-E-N
SP08-01901
CP08-01700
Code No.
—
—
—
005-952-780
000-057-103
CP08-01710
000-057-104
CP08-01720
000-057-105
Qty
Select
one
1 set
Choose
one
Remarks
With Net cable
With PC cable
No connection cable
Fuse, 2 pcs.
• Power Cable
MJ-A3SPF0024-035
• Net Cable
MJ-A6SPF0014-050
• Tapping screw (5 X 20)
• Power Cable
MJ-A3SPF0024-035
• PC Cable
MJ-A6SPF/TM11AP8C050
• Tapping screw (5X20)
• Power Cable
MJ-A3SPF0024-035
• Tapping screw (5X20)
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Optional supply
Name
Preamp Unit
Hose Clamp
Whip Antenna
Extension Cable
Kit
Type
Cable Assy.
FAX-5
OP08-11
04S4176
OP-04-2 *10*
OP-04-2 *20*
OP-04-2 *30*
OP-04-2 *40*
OP-04-2 *50*
MJA6SRMD/TM11AP8-005
Code No.
000-075-016
005-946-960
000-112-845
000-041-174
000-041-175
000-041-176
000-041-177
000-041-178
000-144-463
Cable Assy.
MJ-A6SPF/TM11AP8C050
000-146-289
Coaxial Plug
Adaptor
Adaptor
Cable Assy. MJ
FM-MP-7
MP-M3A
MP-M5A
MJ-A6SPF0014-010
MJ-A6SPF0014-050
MJ-A6SPF0014-100
MJ-A6SPF0014-200
MJ-A6SPF0014-300
000-108-859
000-108-860
000-108-861
000-144-421
000-144-422
000-144-423
000-144-424
000-144-425
Remarks
w/15 m cable
For fixing FAX-5 to a mast
2.6 m, for FAX-5
M-connector at both ends
Net conversion cable, for HUB,
NavNet
Net conversion cable, for HUB,
PC
For cable 7C2V, RG8/U, etc.
For cable 3C2V, 3D2V, etc.
For cable 5C2V, 5D2V, etc.
1m
Net cable
5m
10 m
20 m
30 m
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1.
OVERVIEW, SETUP
1.1
Overview, Setup: NavNet
1.1.1
Controls
Trackball
Chooses menu items and options.
Displays the mode
selection window.
Displays alarm message board.
Clears data.
Opens FAX-30 menu; returns to standby.
Soft keys
ABC
1
DEF
2
GHI
3
JKL
4
MNO
5
PQR
6
STU
7
VWX
8
YZ&
9
EBL
VRM
_'#
0
GAIN
ENTER knob
Push: Registers setting.
Rotate: Selects menu items and options.
May also be used to enter alphanumeric data.
Enter alphanumeric data.
Long press: Turns power off.
Momentary press: Turns the power on;
opens the display for adjustment of brilliance.
Controls
Note 1: For NavNet operating procedures, see the operator’s manual of the
NavNet display unit.
Note 2: The example screens shown in this manual may not match the screens
you see. The screen you see depends on your equipment settings and
system configuration.
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1. OVERVIEW, SETUP
1.1.2
Preparations for using the FAX-30
The NavNet series display unit must output the date and time data sentence
ZDA through the network in order to use the facsimile timer recording feature.
Further, automatic navtex requires the geographical position data sentence GGA
(GPS position fix data) or GLL (geographic position, latitude/longitude). Output
appropriate data sentences from the NavNet display unit to the FAX-30 as
follows:
1. Turn on the NavNet display unit. From the radar, plotter or echo sounder
display, press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the SYSTEM CONFIGURATION soft key.
3. Press the SYSTEM SETUP soft key.
4. Press the PORT SETUP soft key.
5. Press the OUTPUT THROUGH NETWORK soft key.
-ON
----ON
---ON
ON
-ON
--ON
-----
AAM
APB
BOD
BWR*
DPT
GGA
GLL
GTD
MTW
RMA
RMB
RMC
VHW
VTG
WPL
XTE
ZDA
HDT
HDG
MWV
TTM
SELECT
SNTNC
ON/OFF
RETURN
*: BWR: Rhumb line
BWC: Great circle
Select sentence window
6.
7.
8.
9.
Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose GGA, GLL or ZDA.
Press the ON/OFF soft key to display ON.
Repeat steps 6 and 7 to set the other two sentences to ON.
Press the [MENU] key to close the menu.
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1. OVERVIEW, SETUP
1.1.3
Accessing the FAX mode
1. Turn on the FAX-30 at the ship’s mains switchboard. The FAX-30 proceeds in
the following sequence:
a) The FAX-30 starts initial set up, which takes about 15 seconds.
b) The FAX-30 transfers (loads) data from the ROM to the RAM. At this time the
LED flashes every 0.4 seconds.
c) After all data has been loaded, which takes about two minutes, the LED
flashes every two seconds, indicating the FAX-30 is ready for operation.
LED
(green)
FAX-30, top view
2. Press the [DISP] key to show the display selection window.
Fax mode icon
RADAR
PLOTTER SOUNDER
HOTPAGE 1 HOTPAGE 2 HOTPAGE 3
NAV DATA OVERLAY
HOTPAGE 4
HOTPAGE 5
EXT VIDEO WXFAX
HOTPAGE 6
· TURN KNOB TO SELECT MODE
AND PUSH KNOB TO ENTER.
· PUSH ANY SOFTKEY TO
SELECT IMAGE SOURCE.
Display selection window
3. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose the WXFAX icon.
4. Push the [ENTER] knob to show the fax standby display.
Note 1: The FAX-30 cannot be accessed during the 15-second start up period
which occurs after the power has been turned on.
Note 2: If the FAX-30 is not connected to the NavNet display unit when the
display unit is powered, the message “AUX SOURCE IS
DISCONNECTED. PUSH ENT KNOB TO EXIT.” appears. Check
connections between the FAX-30 and the NavNet display unit.
Note 3: “LOAD IMAGES” is displayed while the FAX-30 is loading data.
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1. OVERVIEW, SETUP
The standby display is where you begin all facsimile and navtex operations. If a
facsimile image has been received, the latest facsimile image is displayed.
FAX-30
Facsimile image area
WX FAX
NAVTEX
Soft keys
MODE
SETUP
Standby display
1.1.4
Choosing the receive mode
The FAX-30 has three modes: facsimile only, navtex only, and facsimile (timer) &
navtex. Choose desired mode as follows:
1. At the facsimile standby display, press the MODE SETUP soft key.
(Facsimile image area)
MODE
SETUP
RX
MODE
RX
NOTICE
RETURN
Receive mode setup screen
2. Press the RX MODE soft key.
RX MODE
▲
¤ WX FAX
¡ NAVTEX
¡ FAX (TIMER) & NAV
▼
RX mode options
3. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose receive mode desired and press the
ENTER soft key.
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1. OVERVIEW, SETUP
1.1.5
Receive notification
You may wish to be notified after a facsimile image or navtex message arrives.
Notification is done by showing the “fax/navtex received” icon ( ) at the
left-hand side of the screen in display modes other than the fax mode.
A
U
X
1. At the facsimile standby display, press the MODE SETUP soft key.
2. Press the RX NOTICE soft key.
RX NOTICE
▲
¤ ON
¡ OFF
▼
RX notice options
3. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose ON or OFF as appropriate.
4. Press the ENTER soft key.
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1. OVERVIEW, SETUP
1.2
Overview, Setup: PC
1.2.1
Accessing the FAX-30 top display
1. Turn on the FAX-30 at the mains switchboard. The FAX-30 proceeds in the
following sequence:
a) The FAX-30 starts initial set up, which takes about 15 seconds.
b) The FAX-30 transfers (loads) data from the ROM to the RAM. At this time the
LED flashes every 0.4 seconds.
c) After all data has been loaded, which takes about two minutes, the LED
flashes every two seconds, indicating the FAX-30 is ready for operation.
2. Start up the browser software.
3. After the LED on the FAX-30 starts flashing every two seconds, type in the
FAX-30’s URL http://172.31.8.1 and then press the [Enter] key. The facsimile
receiver top display appears. (For one-touch access to the FAX-30 make a
bookmark.)
FACSIMILE RECEIVER
FAX-30
WX FAX
NAVTEX
LOGOUT
Facsimile receiver top display
4. Click WX FAX for facsimile or NAVTEX for navtex to show the corresponding
standby display, which is where you begin all facsimile (or navtex) operations.
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1. OVERVIEW, SETUP
Facsimile image data
(Changes with picture
received.)
100N
3625.kHz
IOCXX10 XXXrpm
SS=XXX SN=XX
STBY
MENU
CHANNEL SETUP
Top menu
TIMER SETUP
EDIT STATION LIST
SYSTEM SETUP
Received facsimile image
thumbnails appear here.
RX MODE
Click to return
to top display
<< Top
Fax standby display
Navtex message data
(Changes with message
received.)
Navtex message list
appears here.
518kHz
AUTO LAT/LON OK
SS=10
STBY
MENU
Navtex message
display area
RX SETUP
Top menu
EDIT STATION LIST
SYSTEM SETUP
RX MODE
Click to return
to top display
<< Top
Navtex standby display
Standby displays
After you are in a standby display time data is transferred from the PC to the
FAX-30.
Note 1: After turning on the FAX-30 be sure to access it from the PC. Then,
even if the PC is turned off, time data is stored in the FAX-30, for use
with timer recording.
Note 2: The example screens shown in this manual may not match the screens
you see. The screen you see depends on your equipment settings and
system configuration.
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1.2.2
Choosing the receive mode
The FAX-30 has three modes: facsimile only, navtex only, and facsimile (timer) &
navtex. Choose desired mode as follows.
1. At the facsimile or navtex standby display, click RX MODE.
RX MODE
¤ WX FAX
¡ NAVTEX
¡ FAX(TIMER)
& NAVTEX
OK
< back
RX mode options
2. Click receive mode desired and then click OK.
3. Click “<back” or Back button to return to the top menu.
1.2.3
Logging out
The FAX-30 cannot be accessed simultaneously by multiple PCs. For this
reason, log out a PC from the FAX-30 when its use is not required.
1. At the facsimile or navtex menu display, click “<Top” to return to the facsimile
receiver top display. (See the illustration at the top of the previous page.)
2. Click LOGOUT to logout the PC from FAX-30.
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FAX OPERATION: NAVNET
2.1
Automatic Receiving
Once you choose the facsimile station from which to receive, the system goes
into standby to await the start signal from the facsimile station.
2.1.1
Choosing channel
1. At the standby display, press the WX FAX soft key. Thumbnails of received
images are shown.
THUMBNAILS OF RECEIVED IMAGES
JMH JUN/04 02:46
JMH JUN/05 01:29
THUMBNAILS
JMH JUN/05 01:32
SELECT
IMAGE
RCV
WX FAX
JMH JUN/05 03:46 JMH JUN/05 04:29
JMH JUN/05 05:21
RETURN
Thumbnails of received images
2. Press the RCV WX FAX soft key.
100N JMH 7305.0KHZ IOC288 180rpmSS=57 SN=31
RECEIVE
WX FAX
CH
SETUP
TIMER
SETUP
START
RX
STOP
RX
RETURN
RECEIVE WX FAX display
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3. Press the CH SETUP soft key.
Image data
Changes when facsimile
picture is received.
See paragraph 2.1.2.
100N JMH 3622.5kHz IOCXXX XXrpm SS=00 SN=00 RCV
CHANNEL
SETUP
ZONE
STA
CH
FREQ
RETURN
Fax channel setup window
4. Press the ZONE soft key to display the ZONE options.
ZONE
▲
¤ 0 PRIVATE
¡ 1 NORTHWEST PACIFIC
¡ 2 NORTHEAST PACIFIC
¡ 3 SOUTH PACIFIC/INDIAN
¡ 4 SOUTH ATLANTIC
¡ 5 NORTHWEST ATLANTIC
¡ 6 NORTHEAST ATLANTIC
¡ 7 NORTH ATLANTIC
▼
Zone options
5. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose zone desired and push the ENTER soft
key. (Zone 0 and 9 are for user-set zones.)
6. Press the STATION soft key to show the STATION options. If the ZONE
chosen at step 5 is “1 NORTHWEST PACIFIC,” for example, the STATION
options are as below.
STATION
▲
¤ 0 JMH /TOKYO 1
¡ 1 JMJ /TOKYO 2
¡ 2 JJC /KYODO 9MG
¡ 3 JFA /CHUO GYOGYOU
¡ 4 3SD /BEIJING
¡ 5 BAF /BEIJING
¡ 6 BDF /SHANGHAI
¡ 7 BMF /TAIPEI
▼
Station options (Example: stations of northwest pacific)
7. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose desired station and press the ENTER
soft key.
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8. Press the CHANNEL soft key to show the CHANNEL options. If you have
chosen “0 JMH/TOKYO 1” at step 7, for example, the CHANNEL options are
as below.
CHANNEL
▲
¤ AUTO
¡ 0 03622.5 kHz
¡ 1 04902.0 kHz
¡ 2 07305.0 kHz
¡ 3 09970.0 kHz
¡ 4 13597.0 kHz
¡ 5 18220.0 kHz
¡ 6 23522.9 kHz
▼
Channel options (Example: JMH/Tokyo)
9. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose channel desired and press the ENTER
soft key.
10. If necessary you may fine tune the frequency. Press the FREQ soft key.
FREQUENCY
03622.5 kHz
Frequency entry window
11. Use the alphanumeric keys or the [ENTER] knob to enter appropriate
frequency and press the ENTER soft key. (You may choose the location
where to enter data by operating the trackball.)
12. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
Then, the FAX-30 will receive the next scheduled broadcast from the station
selected. When the FAX-30 receives the start signal from the facsimile station it
automatically adjusts itself to match speed, IOC (Index of Cooperation) and
phase of the station’s transmitter. Facsimile images are received line by line,
taking 30-40 minutes to receive depending on the size of the image and rotation
speed of the drum at the facsimile transmitter. After a facsimile image is received
it is compressed and stored in image memory and then posted on the
“Thumbnails of received images” screen (see paragraph 2.4). This process takes
from three to five minutes. You can see the image being received by pressing
the WX FAX soft key on the fax standby display and then hitting the RCV WX
FAX soft key.
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2.1.2
Previewing image being received
To preview an image while it is being received, do the following:
1. At the fax standby display, press the WX FAX soft key.
2. Press the RCV WX FAX soft key.
Zone/Station/Channel
Frequency
IOC (288 or 576)
Speed (60, 90, 120, 180, 240)
Signal Strength (Range: 0-99, Typical: 30-70)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Range: 0-99, Typical: 20-60)
Receiving facsimile image
100N JMH 3622.5kHz IOC288 180rpm SS=57 SN=31 RCV
RECEIVE
WX FAX
CH
SETUP
Image being
received
TIMER
SETUP
START
RX
STOP
RX
RETURN
Facsimile receiving display
2.1.3
Stopping automatic receiving
You can stop automatic receiving at any time by doing the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
At the standby display, press the WX FAX soft key.
Press the RCV WX FAX soft key.
Press the STOP RX soft key. The indication “RCV” is replaced with “STBY.”
Press the RETURN soft key.
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2.2
Manually Starting, Stopping Receiving
2.2.1
Manually starting receiving
This section shows you to manually receive a facsimile broadcast. For example,
you may want to receive a facsimile broadcast already in progress or receive
from a facsimile station that does not use start and stop signals. Further, you
may wish to stop reception to receive an image from a different station.
To manually receive a facsimile, you will first need to set a channel, referring to
paragraph 2.1. Then, do the following:
1. At the standby display, press the WX FAX soft key.
2. Press the RCV WX FAX soft key.
3. Press the START RX soft key.
The options shown are IOC (Index of Cooperation)/speed.
START RX
▲
¤ 288/60
¡ 288/90
¡ 288/120
¡ 288/180
¡ 288/240
¡ 576/90
¡ 576/90
¡ 576/120
▼
Rotate
[ENTER]
knob to
scroll.
START RX
▲
¡ 576/180
¡ 576/240
Start RX options
4. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose the correct combination of IOC and
speed of the facsimile transmitting station. IOC is the line density standard
assigned by WMO: IOC 576, high density, IOC 288, low density. Speed is the
rotation speed of the drum (on which the original image is fitted) at the
facsimile transmitter: 60, 90 ,120, 180 or 240 rpm.
5. Press the ENTER soft key.
6. Press the RETURN soft key.
Then, the FAX-30 will receive the current broadcast from the station selected.
Facsimile images are received line by line, taking 30-40 minutes to receive
depending on the size of the image and drum rotation speed at the facsimile
station. After a facsimile image is received it is compressed and stored in the
image memory and then posted on the “Thumbnails of received images” screen
(see paragraph 2.4). This process takes 3-5 minutes. You can see the image
being received by pressing the WX FAX soft key on the fax standby display and
then hitting the RCV WX FAX soft key.
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Be sure to choose the correct speed and IOC, otherwise the image will be
received as shown in the illustration below. You may change the IOC and speed
while the image is being received.
Wrong Speed or IOC and Image
Wrong speed: "60" chosen instead of "120"
Two images are displayed.
Wrong speed: "120" chosen instead of "60"
Overlapped image appears.
Wrong IOC
The image will be extended ( or foreshortened) when "288" (or 576)
is selected for transmission with the IOC of "576 (or 288)."
Wrong speed or IOC and image
2.2.2
Manually stopping receiving
1.
2.
3.
4.
At the standby display, press the WX FAX soft key.
Press the RCV WX FAX soft key.
Press the STOP RX soft key.
Press the RETURN soft key.
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2.3
Timer Receiving
Most facsimile stations transmit facsimiles in accordance with a schedule issued
by relative meteorological observatory. (You can find facsimile schedules in the
publication “Meteorological Facsimile Broadcasts,” available through
meteorological observatory bodies.) If you wish to receive a certain facsimile
broadcast on a daily basis, therefore, the timer receiving mode will virtually allow
you “hands-off” automatic operation. 30 timer programs may be set.
2.3.1
Setting timer receiving schedule
Note that the data sentence ZDA must be output through the network for the
timer to function.
1. At the standby display, press the WX FAX soft key.
2. Press the RCV WX FAX soft key.
3. Press the TIMER SETUP soft key.
Timer schedule,
in time order
from closest
to furthest.
Only the latest
10 programs
are displayed.
No. 05 10:30-14:05 100N JMH 3662.5 kHz
No. 06 14:30-16:40 100N JMH 3662.5 kHz
No. 07 16:40-19:00 100N JMH 3662.5 kHz
No. 01 19:05-19:15 100N JMH 3662.5 kHz
TIMER
SETUP
START
TIMER
PROG
LIST
RETURN
Timer setup screen
4. Press the PROG LIST soft key.
Zone/Station/Channel
Facsimile station
Start, end time
▲
No.01 12:30-14:00 100N JMH
No.02 NOT PROGRAMMED
No.03 NOT PROGRAMMED
No.04 NOT PROGRAMMED
No.05 NOT PROGRAMMED
No.06 NOT PROGRAMMED
No.07 NOT PROGRAMMED
No.08 NOT PROGRAMMED
No.09 NOT PROGRAMMED
No.10 NOT PROGRAMMED
NEXT PAGE
Timer ON
ON
PROGRAM
LIST
EDIT
ON/OFF
CLEAR
ALL
RETURN
Timer schedule list
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5. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose program number desired and then press
the EDIT soft key.
▲
ZONE
STATION
CHANNEL
IOC
SPEED
START TIME
END TIME
FREQUENCY
1 NORTHWEST PACIFIC
0 JMH/TOKYO No.1
0 3622.5 kHz
AUTO
AUTO
00:00
00:00
00000.0 kHz
EDIT
PROGRAM
EDIT
SAVE
CLEAR
CANCEL
Timer schedule menu
6. ZONE is selected; press the EDIT soft key.
ZONE
▲
¤ 0 PRIVATE
¡ 1 NORTHWEST PACIFIC
¡ 2 NORTHEAST PACIFIC
¡ 3 SOUTH PACIFIC/INDIAN
¡ 4 SOUTH ATLANTIC
¡ 5 NORTHWEST ATLANTIC
¡ 6 NORTHEAST ATLANTIC
¡ 7 NORTH ATLANTIC
▼
Zone options
7. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose zone desired and press the ENTER soft
key.
8. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose STATION and press the EDIT soft key. If
you have chosen “1 NORTHWEST PACIFIC” at step 7, for example, the
STATION options are as below.
STATION
▲
¤ 0 JMH /TOKYO 1
¡ 1 JMJ /TOKYO 2
¡ 2 JJC /KYODO 9MG
¡ 3 JFA /CHUO GYOGYOU
¡ 4 3SD /BEIJING
¡ 5 BAF /BEIJING
¡ 6 BDF /SHANGHAI
¡ 7 BMF /TAIPEI
▼
Station options (Example: N Pacific W Part)
9. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose desired station and press the ENTER
soft key.
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10. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose CHANNEL and press the EDIT soft key.
If you have chosen “0 JMH/TOKYO 1” at step 9, for example, the CHANNEL
display looks as below.
CHANNEL
▲
¤ AUTO
¡ 0 03622.5 kHz
¡ 1 04902.0 kHz
¡ 2 07305.0 kHz
¡ 3 09970.0 kHz
¡ 4 13597.0 kHz
¡ 5 18220.0 kHz
¡ 6 23522.9 kHz
▼
Channel options (Example: station JMH)
11. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose channel desired and press the ENTER
soft key. Choose AUTO for automatic selection of channel. (Most stations
transmit the same message over several frequencies, so if you are unsure of
the channel choose AUTO.)
12. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose IOC and press the EDIT soft key.
IOC
▲
¤
¡
¡
▼
AUTO
288
576
IOC options
13. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose the IOC of the facsimile station and
press the ENTER soft key. If you are unsure of the IOC, choose AUTO for
automatic selection of IOC.
14. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose SPEED and press the EDIT soft key.
SPEED
▲
¤ AUTO
¡ 60
¡ 90
¡ 120
¡ 180
¡ 240
▼
Drum speed options
15. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose drum rotating speed at the facsimile
station and press the ENTER soft key. If you are unsure of the speed, choose
AUTO for automatic selection of speed.
16. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose START TIME and press the EDIT soft
key.
START TIME
00:00
Start time entry window
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17. Enter a start time in 24-hour notation, about two minutes earlier than actual
start time to allow for detection of the start signal and press the ENTER soft
key.
18. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose END TIME and press the EDIT soft key.
END TIME
00:00
End time entry window
19. Enter end time in 24-hour notation about two minutes later than actual end
time to allow for detection of the stop signal, and press the ENTER soft key.
Note: Two programs which overlap each other will cause the program having
the later start time to be disregarded. For example, if the start and end
times of program no. 1 are 01:00 and 02:00 and those of program no.
2 are 01:30 to 3:00, program no. 2 will be disregarded.
20. If necessary you may fine tune the receive frequency. Rotate the [ENTER]
knob to choose FREQUENCY and press the EDIT soft key. The frequency
selected at step 10 appears.
FREQUENCY
03522.5 kHz
Frequency entry window
21. Enter frequency with the numeric keys and press the ENTER soft key.
22. Press the SAVE soft key.
SAVE
▲
¡ YES
¤ NO
▼
Save window
23. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose YES and push the [ENTER] knob.
24. Repeat steps 4-23 to set other timer schedules.
25. Press the RETURN soft key.
26. Press the START TIMER soft key.
START TIMER
¡
¤
START
STOP
Start timer options
26. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose START and press the ENTER soft key.
27. Press the RETURN soft key.
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Then, the FAX-30 will receive facsimile broadcasts according to the timer
schedule. Facsimile images are received line by line, taking 30-40 minutes to
receive depending on the size of the image and drum rotation speed at the
facsimile station. After a facsimile image is received it is compressed and stored
in the image memory and then posted on the facsimile standby display screen.
This process takes 3-5 minutes. You can see the image being received by
pressing the WX FAX soft key on the fax standby display and then hitting the
RCV WX FAX soft key.
Note: To disable all timer programs do the following:
1. At the standby display, press the WX FAX soft key.
2. Press the RCV WX FAX soft key.
3. Press the TIMER SETUP soft key.
4. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose STOP.
5. Press the ENTER soft key.
6. Press the RETURN soft key.
2.3.2
Turning on/off specific timer programs
You may turn specific timer programs on or off as appropriate as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
2.3.4
At the standby display, press the WX FAX soft key.
Press the RCV WX FAX soft key.
Press the TIMER SETUP soft key.
Press the PROG LIST soft key.
Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose a timer receiving schedule.
Press the ON/OFF soft key to display ON or OFF next to timer program data.
Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
Clearing all timer programs
You may clear all timer programs as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
At the standby display, press the WX FAX soft key.
Press the RCV WX FAX soft key.
Press the TIMER SETUP soft key.
Press the PROG LIST soft key.
Press the CLEAR ALL soft key.
CLEAR ALL
▲
¡ YES
¤ NO
▼
Clear all options
6. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose YES and push the ENTER knob.
All timer programs disappear.
7. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
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2.4
Displaying Facsimile Images
1. At the standby display, press the WX FAX soft key. Thumbnails of images
received are shown on the display. The equipment stores as many as 12
images, on two pages. If more than six images are stored, PREV PAGE and
NEXT PAGE soft keys appear in order to navigate between pages. When the
image storage capacity is exceeded, the oldest image is automatically
deleted to make room for the latest.
THUMBNAILS
THUMBNAILS OF RECEIVED IMAGES
Receive data
Station, date and
time image received
JMH JUN/04 02:46
JMH JUN/05 01:29
JMH JUN/05 01:32
SELECT
IMAGE
Note: If date or time
is incorrect, confirm
that data sentence
ZDA is output.
RCV
WX FAX
JMH JUN/05 03:46 JMH JUN/05 04:29
JMH JUN/05 05:21
NEXT
PAGE
RETURN
Thumbnails of received images
2. Use the [ENTER] knob to select the facsimile image to process and then
press the SELECT IMAGE soft key or push the [ENTER] knob. You can
scroll the image with the trackball.
Zone/Station/Channel
Station
Frequency
Index of Cooperation
Drum speed at fax station
Date received
Time received
Scale
Used for
phase tuning.
See para 2.5.1
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30
10
40
0
20
WXFAX
IMAGE
EDIT
IMAGE
ZOOM
IN
ROTATE
LOCK/
ERASE
RETURN
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2.5
Processing Facsimile Images
2.5.1
Phase mismatch
When the FAX-30 starts receiving a broadcast already in progress, or noise
prevents detection of the phasing signal, the image may be divided into two
parts by a thick black (or white) stripe called a dead sector. This phenomenon is
due to phase mismatching. When this occurs, correct phase mismatching, after
the facsimile has been received.
0
10
20
30
40
Dead sector (can be white)
Dead sector
center at "15"
Example of phase mismatching
1. With a facsimile image displayed (see paragraph 2.4), press the EDIT
IMAGE soft key.
102N JMH 7305.0kHz IOC576 120rpm JUN/05 01:26
40
0
30
10
20
EDIT
IMAGE
PHASE
SYNC
NOISE
REJECT
EDIT
COLOR
RETURN
Facsimile image with dead sector
2. Press the PHASE soft key.
PHASE
▲
00
▼
Phase entry window
3. Read the scale to find the center of the dead sector and enter it in the phase
entry window. For example, in the illustration above the dead sector is
centered at "15" on the scale, so you would enter “15”. The setting range is
00 to 40.
4. Press the ENTER soft key.
5. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
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2.5.2
Phasing signal out of synchronization
The SYNC soft key functions to fine tune the phasing signal. If the dead sector is
plotted at an angle even when the phase is properly selected, adjust the
synchronization to display the dead sector straightly.
Example of phasing signal out of synchronization
1. With a facsimile image displayed (see paragraph 2.4), press the EDIT
IMAGE soft key.
2. Press the SYNC soft key.
SYNC
▲
+00
▼
Sync entry window
3. Enter a sync value that displays the dead sector straightly. If the dead
sectors appears as in the left-hand figure in example of phasing signals in the
illustration above, enter a larger value and for the right-hand figure, enter a
smaller value. The setting range is –50 to +50.
4. Press the ENTER soft key.
5. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
2.5.3
Noise rejection
If noise speckles appear on the image, turn on the noise rejector as below to
remove the noise.
1. With a facsimile image displayed (see paragraph 2.4), press the EDIT
IMAGE soft key.
2. Press the NOISE REJECT soft key.
NOISE REJECT
▲
¤ OFF
¡ LOW
¡ MEDIUM
¡ HIGH
▼
Noise rejector options
3. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose the noise rejection level desired. HIGH
provides the greatest degree of noise rejection.
4. Press the ENTER soft key.
5. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
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2.5.4
Image color
The facsimile image is transmitted in monochrome (black and white) or gray
scale (16 gradations). After an image has been received, you can choose the
color arrangement among monochrome, gray scale and color (three patterns).
1. With a facsimile image displayed (see paragraph 2.4), press the EDIT
IMAGE soft key.
2. Press the EDIT COLOR soft key.
3. Press the COLOR soft key.
COLOR
▲
¡
¤
¡
¡
¡
MONOCHROME
GRAY SCALE
BLUE-RED
WHITE-BLUE
PINK-BLACK
▼
Color options
4. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose MONOCHROME, GRAY SCALE,
BLUE-RED, WHITE-BLUE or PINK-BLACK as appropriate.
MONOCHROME:
GRAY SCALE:
BLUE-RED:
WHITE-BLUE:
PINK-BLACK:
Monochrome black and white
16 gray tones
Shades of blue to red
Shades of white to blue
Shades of pink to black
5. Press the ENTER soft key.
6. Press the RETURN soft keys several times to return to the standby display.
2.5.5
Image format
The facsimile image is usually transmitted with black text on a white background.
Some stations, however, print white characters on a black background. If, for
some reason, the image received cannot be read in its transmitted image format
you may change it as follows:
1. With a facsimile image displayed (see paragraph 2.4), press the EDIT
IMAGE soft key.
2. Press the EDIT COLOR soft key.
3. Press the REVERSE IMAGE soft key.
REVERSE IMAGE
▲
¤
¡
▼
NORMAL
REVERSE
Reverse image options
4. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose NORMAL or REVERSE as appropriate.
5. Press the ENTER soft key.
6. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
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2.5.6
Zooming images
You may double the size of a facsimile image as follows:
1. Display the facsimile image you wish to process, referring to paragraph 2.4.
2. Press the ZOOM IN soft key.
To restore the normal size image, press the ZOOM OUT key.
2.5.7
Rotating images
You may rotate facsimile images as follows:
1. Display the facsimile image you wish to process, referring to paragraph 2.4.
2. Press the ROTATE soft key.
3. Press the CW (Clockwise) soft key to rotate the image 90° clockwise; CCW
(Counterclockwise) soft key to rotate it 90° counterclockwise.
2.6
Erasing Facsimile Images
You may erase facsimile images as below.
1. Press the WX FAX key at the standby display.
2. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to select an image.
3. Push the [ENTER] knob or press the SELECT IMAGE soft key.
102N JMH 7305.0kHz JUN/05 01:26
0
10
20
30
40
WXFAX
IMAGE
EDIT
IMAGE
ZOOM
IN
ROTATE
LOCK/
ERASE
RETURN
Facsimile image
4. Press the LOCK/ERASE soft key followed by the ERASE IMAGE soft key.
ERASE IMAGE
▲
¡ YES
¤ NO
▼
Erase image options
5. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose YES and press the ENTER soft key.
6. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
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2.7
Preventing Erasure of Facsimile Images
When facsimile image storage capacity is exceeded, the oldest facsimile image
is erased to make room for the latest. If you have an image which you want to
keep, you can prevent its erasure by using the “lock image” feature. You can lock
all images, however you may not be able to receive a new image if there is not
sufficient memory remaining to store the new image.
1. Press the WX FAX key at the standby display.
2. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to select an image and then push the [ENTER]
knob or press the SELECT IMAGE soft key.
3. Press the LOCK/ERASE soft key followed by the LOCK IMAGE soft key.
4. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose ON and press the ENTER soft key.
5. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
The locked image’s data appears in red at the THUMBNAILS OF RECEIVED
IMAGES screen. To release the lock image feature for a particular image,
choose OFF at the step 4 in the above procedure.
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2.8
Adding Facsimile Channels
The FAX-30 provides a free memory for the user to store 320 channels.
1. Press the [MENU] key to show the FAX-30 menu.
FAX-30
EDIT WX FAX STATION
EDIT NAVTEX STATION
FAX-30 SYSTEM SETUP
FAX-30 top
2. Press the EDIT WX FAX STATION soft key.
▲
ZONE
STATION
CHANNEL
REVERSE IMAGE
FREQUENCY
CALL SIGN
STATION NAME
EDIT
STATION
0 PRIVATE
0 PRV/
0 00079.9 kHz
EDIT
NORMAL
00079.9 kHz
PRV
SAVE
-------------
RETURN
Edit facsimile station menu
3. ZONE is selected; press the EDIT soft key.
ZONE
▲
¤ 0 PRIVATE
¡ 1 NORTHWEST PACIFIC
¡ 2 NORTHEAST PACIFIC
¡ 3 SOUTH PACIFIC/INDIAN
¡ 4 SOUTH ATLANTIC
¡ 5 NORTHWEST ATLANTIC
¡ 6 NORTHEAST ATLANTIC
¡ 7 NORTH ATLANTIC
▼
Zone options
4. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose a zone and push the EDIT soft key.
(Zone 0 and 9 are for user zones.)
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5. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose STATION and press the EDIT soft key. If
the ZONE chosen at step 4 is “1 NORTHWEST PACIFIC,” for example, the
STATION options are as below.
STATION
▲
¤ 0 JMH /TOKYO 1
¡ 1 JMJ /TOKYO 2
¡ 2 JJC /KYODO 9MG
¡ 3 JFA /CHUO GYOGYOU
¡ 4 3SD /BEIJING
¡ 5 BAF /BEIJING
¡ 6 BDF /SHANGHAI
¡ 7 BMF /TAIPEI
▼
Station options (Example: stations of northwest pacific)
6. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose a station and press the ENTER soft key.
7. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose CHANNEL and press the EDIT soft key.
If the station chosen at step 8 is “0 JMH/TOKYO No.1,” for example, the
CHANNEL options are as below.
CHANNEL
▲
¤ AUTO
¡ 0 03622.5 kHz
¡ 1 04902.0 kHz
¡ 2 07305.0 kHz
¡ 3 09970.0 kHz
¡ 4 13597.0 kHz
¡ 5 18220.0 kHz
¡ 6 23522.9 kHz
▼
Channel options (Example: JMH/Tokyo)
8. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose a channel and press the ENTER soft
key.
9. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose REVERSE IMAGE and press the EDIT
soft key.
REVERSE IMAGE
▲
¤
¡
▼
NORMAL
REVERSE
Reverse image options
10. The normal facsimile image format has black text on a white background.
Some stations, however, print white characters on a black background. This
information is programmed into the memory thus you need not designate
image format. However, if you are entering frequency data of a newly
established station whose image format is reverse of the normal image,
rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose REVERSE. Press the ENTER soft key
after making your selection.
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11. If you want to enter a frequency, call sign or station name other than that
shown at CHANNEL and STATION, respectively, rotate the [ENTER] knob to
choose FREQUENCY, CALL SIGN or STATION NAME as appropriate and
press the EDIT soft key. One of the following displays appears depending on
your selection.
FREQUENCY
CALL SIGN
00003.4 kHz
Frequency
JMH
Call Sign
STATION NAME
TOKYO
Station Name
Frequency, call sign and station name entry windows
12. Use the alphanumeric keys or the [ENTER] knob to enter appropriate data
and press the ENTER soft key. You can shift the cursor by rotating the
trackball.
13. Press the SAVE soft key.
14. Rotate the trackball to choose YES and then push the [ENTER] knob.
15. Press the [MENU] key to close the menu.
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3.1
Automatic Receiving
3.1.1
Starting receiving
1. At the facsimile standby display, click CHANNEL SETUP on the top menu.
CHANNEL SETUP
ZONE
1: NORTHWEST PACIFIC
STATION
0: JMH/TOKYO 1
CHANNEL
AUTO
FREQUENCY
03622.5
kHz
OK
RCV STOP
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Channel setup menu
Click the arrow button on ZONE and choose desired zone.
Click the arrow button on STATION and choose desired station. See page
AP-2 for station number.
Click the arrow button on CHANNEL and choose desired channel. Choose
AUTO if you are unsure of channel. (Most stations transmit the same
message over several frequencies, so if you are unsure of the channel
choose AUTO.)
If necessary you may fine tune the frequency. Click anywhere inside the
FREQUENCY box and enter frequency.
Click OK and then click “<back” or Back button to return to the top menu.
Then, the FAX-30 will receive the next scheduled broadcast from the station
selected. When the FAX-30 receives the start signal from the facsimile station it
automatically adjusts itself to match speed, IOC (Index of Cooperation) and
phase of the station’s transmitter. After a facsimile image is received it is
compressed and stored in the image memory and then posted on the facsimile
standby display screen. This process takes 3-5 minutes.
3.1.2
Stopping receiving
You may stop receiving at any time by doing the following:
1. At the facsimile standby display, click CHANNEL SETUP on the top menu.
2. Click RCV STOP.
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3.2
Timer Receiving
Most facsimile stations transmit facsimile signals in accordance with a schedule
issued by relative meteorological observatory. (You can find facsimile schedules
in the publication “Meteorological Facsimile Broadcasts,” available through
meteorological observatory bodies.) If you wish to receive a certain facsimile
broadcast on a daily basis, therefore, the timer receiving mode will virtually allow
you “hands-off” automatic operation. 30 timer programs may be set.
3.2.1
Setting, changing timer receiving schedule
1. At the facsimile standby display, click TIMER SETUP followed by PROGRAM
LIST to show the timer schedule.
Start,
end time
No.
Facsimile station
TX frequency of facsimile station
Index Of Cooperation
Drum rotation speed
at facsimile station
LIST
ON/OFF
1
12:30-14:00 JMH 3662.5kHz IOC288 60rpm
ON
2
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
3
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
4
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
5
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
6
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
7
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
8
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
9
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
10
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
11
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
12
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
13
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
14
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
15
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
16
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
17
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
18
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
19
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
20
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
21
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
22
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
23
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
24
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
25
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
26
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
27
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
28
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
29
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
30
NOT PROGRAMMED
OFF
Timer program list
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2. Click the location in the center column of the timer program list corresponding
to the timer program no. you want to set. For example, click the center
column of No.2. The following timer program menu appears.
TIMER PROGRAM No.2
ZONE
1: NORTHWEST PACIFIC
STATION
0: JMH/TOKYO 1
CHANNEL
AUTO
IOC
AUTO
SPEED
AUTO
START TIME
00
00
END TIME
00
00
FREQUENCY
00000.0
¡
OK
ON
¤
kHz
OFF
ERASE
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Timer program menu
Click the arrow button on ZONE and choose desired zone.
Click the arrow button on STATION and choose desired station.
Click the arrow button on CHANNEL and choose desired channel. (Most
stations transmit the same message over several frequencies, so if you are
unsure of the channel choose AUTO.)
Click the arrow button on IOC and choose desired IOC. IOC stands Index of
Cooperation and is the line density standard assigned by WMO: IOC 576,
high density, IOC 288, low density. If you are unsure of the IOC, choose
AUTO for automatic selection of IOC.
Click the arrow button on SPEED and choose desired speed. This is the
drum rotating speed at the facsimile station. If you are unsure of the speed,
choose AUTO for automatic selection of speed.
Key in the start time in 24-hour notation. Key in a start time about two
minutes earlier than actual start time to allow for detection of the start signal
and press the ENTER soft key.
Key in the end time in 24-hour notation and press the ENTER soft key. Key in
an end time about two minutes later than actual end time to allow for
detection of the stop signal.
Note: Two programs which overlap each other will cause the program having
the later start time to be disregarded. For example, if the start and end
times of program no. 1 are 01:00 and 02:00 and those of program no.
2 are 01:30 to 3:00, program no. 2 will be disregarded.
10. If necessary you may fine tune the frequency at FREQUENCY.
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11. Click ON below FREQUENCY.
12. Click OK.
13. Click “<back” or Back button several times to return to the top menu.
14. Repeat steps 1-13 to set other timer schedule.
15. At the facsimile standby display, click TIMER SETUP.
16. Click PROGRAM LIST.
17. Click START.
18. Click OK.
19. Click “<back” or Back button to return to the top menu.
Then, the FAX-30 will receive facsimile broadcasts according to the timer
schedule. Facsimile images are received line by line, taking 30-40 minutes to
receive depending on the size of the image and drum rotation speed at the
facsimile station. After a facsimile image is received it is compressed and stored
in the image memory and then posted on the facsimile standby display screen.
This process takes 3-5 minutes.
3.2.3
Turning on/off specific timer programs
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
3.2.4
At the facsimile standby display, click TIMER SETUP.
Click PROGRAM LIST.
Click the center column of the program no. you want to turn on or off.
Click ON or OFF as appropriate.
Click OK.
Click “<back” or Back button to return to the top menu.
Clearing all timer programs
You may clear all timer programs as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
At the facsimile standby display, click TIMER SETUP.
Click PROGRAM LIST.
Click CLEAR ALL at the top of the screen.
You are asked “Are you sure to clear all?”
Click Yes to reset; Cancel to escape.
Click “<back” or Back button to return to the top menu.
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3.3
Displaying Facsimile Images
1. Show the facsimile standby display. Thumbnails of images received are
shown on the display. The equipment stores as many as 12 images, on two
pages. When the image storage capacity is exceeded, the oldest image is
automatically deleted to make room for the latest.
100N
3625.kHz
IOCXX10 XXXrpm
SS=XXX SN=XX
STBY
NEXT PAGE
JMH JUN/04 02:46
1/2
JMH JUN/05 01:29 JMH JUN/05 01:32
MENU
CHANNEL SETUP
TIMER SETUP
Click NEXT PAGE to
go to next page.
Receive data
Station, date and
time image received
EDIT STATION LIST
SYSTEM SETUP
RX MODE
JMH JUN/05 03:46 JMH JUN/05 04:29
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JMH JUN/05 05:21
Facsimile standby display
2. Click desired image.
Click to return to thumbnails display.
100N
3625.kHz
IOCXX10 XXXrpm
SS=XXX SN=XX
STBY
<<THUMBNAILS
ZOOM IN
ROTATE CW
ROTATE CCW
LOCK
ERASE
PHASE
SYNC
NOISE REJECT
COLOR
REVERSE IMAGE
MENU
102N JMH 7305.0kHz IOC576 120rpm JUN/05 01:26
CHANNEL SETUP
0
10
20
30
40
TIMER SETUP
EDIT STATION LIST
SYSTEM SETUP
RX MODE
Image processing functions
Click to execute. See para. 3.4.
Scale
Used for phase tuning.
See para. 3.4.1.
<< Top
Image data
102N:
JMH:
7305.0 kHz:
IOC576:
120 rpm:
JUN/05:
01:26:
Zone
Station
Channel
Index of Cooperation
Drum speed at fax station
Date received
Time received
Facsimile image
Note: If the FAX-30 is not accessed from the PC after it has been turned on,
time data is not sent to the FAX-30. The timer recording feature may
receive a facsimile image using incorrect time data, however the image
may not be correctly stored.
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3.4
Processing Facsimile Images
3.4.1
Phase mismatch
When the FAX-30 starts receiving a broadcast already in progress, or noise
prevents detection of the phasing signal, the image may be divided into two
parts by a thick black (or white) stripe called a dead sector. This phenomenon is
due to phase mismatching. When this occurs, correct phase mismatching, after
the facsimile has been received.
0
10
20
30
40
Dead sector (can be white)
Dead sector
center at "15"
Example of phase mismatching
1. With a facsimile image displayed, click PHASE.
PHASE
0
OK
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Phase entry window
2. Read the scale to find the center of the dead sector and enter it in the phase
entry window. For example, if dead sector is centered at "15" on the scale, as
in the illustration at the top of the page, enter “15”. The setting range is 00 to
40.
3. Click OK and then click “<back” or Back button to return to the top menu.
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3.4.2
Phasing signal out of synchronization
The SYNC soft key functions to fine tune the phasing signal. If the dead sector is
plotted at an angle even when the phase is properly selected, adjust the
synchronization to display the dead sector straightly.
Example of phasing signal out of synchronizatio
1. With a facsimile image displayed, click SYNC.
SYNC
0
OK
< back
Sync options
2. Enter a sync value that displays the dead sector straightly and then click OK.
If the dead sectors appears as in the left-hand figure above, enter a larger
value and for the right-hand figure, enter a smaller value. The setting range
is –50 to +50.
3. Click OK and then “<back” or Back button to return to the top menu.
3.4.3
Noise rejection
If noise speckles appear on the image, turn on the noise rejector as below to
remove the noise.
1. With a facsimile image displayed, click NOISE REJECT.
NOISE REJECT
OFF
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
OK
< back
Noise rejector options
2. Click the noise rejection level desired and then click OK. HIGH provides the
greatest degree of noise rejection.
3. Click OK and then “<back” or Back button to return to the top menu.
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3.4.4
Image color
The facsimile image is transmitted in monochrome (black and white) or gray
scale (16 gradations). After an image has been received, you can choose the
color arrangement among monochrome, gray scale and color (three patterns).
1. With a facsimile image displayed, click COLOR.
COLOR
MONOCHROME
GRAY SCALE
BLUE-RED
WHITE-BLUE
PINK-BLACK
OK
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Color options
2. Click MONOCHROME, GRAY SCALE, BLUE-RED, WHITE-BLUE or
PINK-BLACK as appropriate.
MONOCHROME: Monochrome black and white
GRAY SCALE:
16 gray tones (eight gray tones when power is turned off
and on again)
BLUE-RED:
Shades of blue to red
WHITE-BLUE:
Shades of white to blue
PINK-BLACK:
Shades of pink to black
3. Click OK and then click “<back” or Back button to return to the top menu.
3.4.5
Image format
The facsimile image is usually transmitted with black text on a white background.
Some stations, however, print white characters on a black background. If, for
some reason, the image received cannot be read in its transmitted image format
you may change it as follows:
1. With a facsimile image displayed, click REVERSE IMAGE.
REVERSE IMAGE
NORMAL
REVERSE
OK
< back
Reverse image options
2. Click NORMAL or REVERSE as appropriate.
3. Click OK and then click “<back” or Back button to return to the top menu.
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3.4.6
Rotating images
With a facsimile image displayed, click ROTATE CW or ROTATE CCW as
appropriate. The image is rotated 90° in the direction selected.
3.4.7
Zooming images
You may double the size of a facsimile image as follows:
1. Display the facsimile image you wish to process.
2. Click ZOOM IN.
To restore the normal size image, click ZOOM OUT.
3.4.8
Saving images
You may save images to your PC for future reference.
1. At the thumbnails display, click the facsimile image you wish to save.
2. Click ZOOM IN to enlarge the image. (The image is too small if not
enlarged.)
3. Place the cursor on the facsimile image and click the right button on the
mouse.
4. Click the “Save Picture As…” The “Save” window appears.
5. Choose directory, enter file name and click the Save button.
3.5
Erasing Facsimile Images
You may erase facsimile images as below.
1. Display the facsimile image you wish to erase.
2. Click ERASE.
3. You are asked if you are sure to erase the image. Click OK to erase the
image; Cancel to escape.
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3.6
Preventing Erasure of Facsimile Images
When facsimile image storage capacity is exceeded, the oldest facsimile image
is erased to make room for the latest. If you have an image which you want to
keep, you can prevent its erasure by using the “lock” feature. You can lock all
images, however you may not be able to receive a new image if there is not
sufficient memory remaining to store the new image.
1. Display the facsimile image you want to lock.
2. Click LOCK.
LOCK
ON
OFF
OK
< back
Lock options
3. Choose ON.
4. Click OK and then click “<back” or Back button to return to the top menu.
The locked image’s data appears in red, at the facsimile standby display. To
release the lock feature for a particular image, choose OFF at the step 3 in the
above procedure.
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Adding Facsimile Channels
The FAX-30 provides a free memory for the user to store 320 channels.
1. At the standby display, click EDIT STATION LIST.
EDIT STATION LIST
ZONE
0: PRIVATE
STATION
0: PRV/
CHANNEL
0: 79.9 kHz
REVERSE
IMAGE
NORMAL
FREQUENCY
79.9
CALL SIGN
PRV
kHz
STATION
NAME
OK
< back
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
9.
Edit station list menu
Click the arrow button on ZONE and choose desired zone.
Click the arrow button on STATION and choose desired station.
Click the arrow button on CHANNEL and choose desired image format.
The normal facsimile image format has black text on a white background.
Some stations, however, print white characters on a black background. This
information is programmed into the memory thus you need not designate
image format. However, if you are entering frequency data of a newly
established station whose image format is reverse of the normal image,
choose REVERSE.
If necessary, you may fine tune the frequency shown in FREQUENCY.
Enter station’s CALL SIGN.
Enter STATION’S NAME.
Click OK.
Click “<back” or Back button to return to the top menu.
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NAVTEX OPERATION: NAVNET
4.1
About Navtex Messages
4.1.1
Message categories
Navtex stations throughout the world provide mariners with weather and
navigational navtex messages. These messages carry a four character header
code which identifies transmitting station, category of message, and message
number, numbered from 00 to 99. Message number 00 is reserved for important
emergency messages. The categories of messages available in the navtex
system are as below.
A: Coastal navigational warning
B: Meteorlogical warning
C: Ice report
D: Search and Rescue Alert
E: Meteorological forecast
F: Pilot message
G: Decca message
H: Loran message
I: Omega message
J: Differential Omega message
K: Other electronic navigator system message
L: Navarea warnings
V to Y: No category allocated
Z: QRU (no message on hand)
The user may select which message categories to receive and the stations from
which to receive them.
Note: It is recommended to minimally receive categories A, B, D and L because
they are important for navigation.
4.1.2
Receiving navtex messages
To receive navtex messages, set the receive mode for “navtex only” or
“fax(timer) & navtex”, referring to paragraph 1.1.3 for the procedure.
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4.2
Setting Up Navtex Stations, Messages, Alarms
You may freely select the navtex stations from which to receive and the
messages categories to receive. Further, you may enable or disable received
message alarms.
1. At the standby display, press the NAVTEX soft key. If you have received
some navtex messages, their data are shown as below.
▲
1. IA55
2. IA53
3. IA52
4. IA48
JUN/06
JUN/06
JUN/06
JUN/06
03:57
03:58
03:59
04:01
NAVTEX
518kHz
518kHz
518kHz
518kHz
SELECT
MSG
RCV
NAVTEX
Appears when the mode is
NAVTEX or FAX(TIMER)&NAVTEX
RX
SETUP
RETURN
Navtex message data display
2. Press the RX SETUP soft key.
▲
FREQUENCY
STA. SELECTION MODE
STATION SELECTION
MESSAGE SELECTION
MAX ERROR RATE
ALARM (SAR MSG)
ALARM (WARNING MSG)
518 kHz
MANUAL
.
RX
SETUP
EDIT
33%
OFF
OFF
RETURN
RX setup menu
3. FREQUENCY is selected, press the EDIT soft key.
FREQUENCY
▲
¤
¡
▼
490 kHz
518 kHz
Navtex frequency options
4. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose 490 kHz or 518 kHz depending on the
station and press the ENTER soft key.
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5. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose STA. SELECTION MODE and press the
EDIT soft key.
STA. SELECTION MODE
▲
¡
¤
▼
MANUAL
AUTO
Navtex station mode options
6. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose navtex station selection method and
press the [ENTER] soft key. AUTO requires position data, output through the
network using the data sentence GGA or GLL. (See page 1-2.)
7. If you selected MANUAL at step 6, rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose
STATION SELECTION and press the EDIT soft key, to choose station(s)
from which to receive. For AUTO, go to step 9.
STATION SELECTION
▲
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
▼
Navtex station options
8. Select or deselect stations as desired: Rotate [ENTER] knob to choose
station and push it to select or deselect. Check mark indicates station is
selected; no check mark means deselected.
9. Press the ENTER soft key to return the RX SETUP menu.
10. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose MESSAGE SELECTION and press the
EDIT soft key.
MESSAGE SELECTION
▲
A NAVIGATIONAL WARNING
B METEOR. WARNING
C ICE REPORT
D SAR INFORMATION
E METEOR. FORECAST
F PILOT MESSAGE
G DECCA MESSAGE
H LORAN MESSAGE
▼
Navtex message options
11. Select or deselect message categories as desired: Rotate [ENTER] knob to
choose message category and push it to select or deselect. Check mark
indicates message is selected; no check mark means deselected.
12. Press the ENTER soft key.
13. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose MAX ERROR RATE and press the EDIT
soft key.
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MAX ERROR RATE
33%
Max error rate entry window
14. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to enter maximum allowable error rate to use. The
setting range is 0-33%. Any message with an error rate higher than that
entered here will be rejected.
15. Press the ENTER soft key.
16. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose ALARM (SAR MSG) and press the EDIT
soft key.
ALARM (SAR MSG)
▲
¡ ON
¤ OFF
▼
Alarm (SAR MSG) options
17. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose ON to get the audio alarm when an SAR
(Search and Rescue) message is received, or OFF for no audio alarm when
an SAR message is received.
Note: Message category D must be selected to get the audio alarm.
18. Press the ENTER soft key.
19. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose ALARM (WARNING MSG) and press the
EDIT soft key.
ALARM (WARNING MSG)
▲
¡ ON
¤ OFF
▼
Alarm (warning msg) options
20. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose ON to get the audio alarm when an A, B,
or L category message is received, or choose OFF for no audio alarm.
Note: Message category A, B or L must be selected to get the audio alarm.
21. Press the [RETURN] soft key.
Note: When the above alarms are enabled, the audio alarm sounds and the
speaker icon ( ) appears when an SAR message or category A, B, D or L
message is received. Press the [CLEAR] key to silence the audio alarm.
You can see which type of message you have received by pressing the
[ALARM] key to display the alarm message board.
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4.3
Previewing Incoming Navtex Messages
If you want to view a navtex message while it is being received, do the following:
1. At the standby display, press the NAVTEX soft key. If no messages have
been received the display shows “NO RECEIVED MESSAGES AVAILABLE.”
NAVTEX
SELECT
MSG
RCV
NAVTEX
RX
SETUP
RETURN
Navtex message selection screen
2. Press the RCV NAVTEX soft key.
518kHz MANUAL* SS=52 RCV
RECEIVE
NAVTEX
ZCZC IA55
160520 UTC JUNE 05
JAPAN NAVTEX N.W. NR 0775/2002
Message
being
received
RETURN
*=
"AUTO LAT/LON" and OK or NG (No Good)
shown in automatic reception.
Navtex message preview display
3. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to standby display.
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4.4
Displaying Navtex Messages
4.4.1
Displaying navtex messages
1. At the standby display, press the NAVTEX soft key.
Station ID, Category, No.
Date received
Time received
Frequency
▲
1. IA55
2. IA53
3. IA52
4. IA48
JUN/06
JUN/06
JUN/06
JUN/06
03:57
03:58
03:59
04:01
518kHz SAR*
518kHz NEW#
518kHz NEW
518kHz NEW
NAVTEX
SELECT
MSG
RCV
NAVTEX
RX
SETUP
RETURN
* = "SAR" denotes SAR message.
# = NEW means unread message, and it disappears when
the power is turned off.
Navtex message selection screen
2. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose the message to display.
3. Press the SELECT MSG soft key or push the [ENTER] knob.
Station ID (I), Category (A), Message No. (55)
Date received
Time received
Frequency
Error Rate
1A55 JUN/05 03:57 518kHz ERROR RATE=0.0%
Message
SELECT
MSG
ZCZC IA55
160520 UTC JUNE 05
JAPAN NAVTEX N.W. NR 0775/2002
ASHIKURI MISAKI, SOUTHWARD.
FLARE DROPPING. 150930Z TO 151100Z JUNE,
ALTERNATE 160930Z TO 161100Z JUNE.
WITHIN 10 MILES OF 31-00N 133-00E.
GEODETIC DATUM UNKNOWN.
RETURN
NNNN
Sample navtex message
4. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
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4.4.2
Remarks on navtex messages
• All navtex messages begin with “ZCZC” (navtex message ID) and end with
“NNNN”. Immediately following ZCZC, the transmitting station ID, message
category and message number are shown. In the example illustration at the
bottom of the previous page this data is “IA55.”
I = Transmitting station’s ID
A = Message category
55 = Message number
• An asterisk (*) is displayed in place of actual character when the character
could not be read.
• Message number 00 contains important emergency information.
• The FAX-30 holds 130 navtex messages. When the navtex message storage
capacity is exceeded, the oldest navtex message is automatically deleted to
make room for the latest.
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4.5
Displaying the Navtex Station List
You may display the navtex stations stored in the FAX-30, as follows:
1. Press the [MENU] key to open the FAX-30 menu.
2. Press the EDIT NAVTEX STATION soft key.
3. Press the 490 kHz STATION LIST soft key or the 518 kHz STATION LIST soft
key as appropriate. The illustration below shows the nav areas for 490 kHz.
NAVAREA
▲
NAV AREA 01 UNITED KINGDOM
NAV AREA 02 FRANCE
NAV AREA 03 SPAIN
NAV AREA 04 U.S.A.
NAV AREA 05 BRAZIL
NAV AREA 06 ARGENTIA
NAV AREA 07 SOUTH AFRICA
NAV AREA 08 INDIA
NAV AREA 09 PAKISTAN
NAV AREA 10 AUSTRALIA
NEXT PAGE
EDIT
RETURN
Nav areas for 490 kHz navtex stations
4. Choose nav area desired and push the [ENTER] knob. For example, choose
nav area 0I of 490 kHz to show the 490 kHz station list.
(To choose nav area 11 to 16, choose NEXT PAGE and push the [ENTER]
knob.)
▲
I, U 55°02’N 001°26’W CULLERCOATS
C 54°51’N 005°07’W PORTPATRICK
I, T 30°35’N 001°18’W NITON
STATION
LIST
EDIT
RETURN
490 kHz stations of nav area I
5. If you want to view or edit the contents of a navtex station, rotate the
[ENTER] knob to choose a station and press EDIT soft key. Follow the
instructions in the previous paragraph to edit a station.
6. Press the [MENU] key to return to the standby screen.
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4.6
Adding Navtex Stations
You may add newly established navtex stations to the navtex station list as
follows:
1. Press the [MENU] key to open the FAX-30 menu.
2. Press the EDIT NAVTEX STATION soft key.
EDIT
STATION
ADD NAVTEX STATION
518 kHz STATION LIST
490 kHz STATION LIST
RETURN
Edit station menu
3. Press the ADD NAVTEX STATION soft key.
▲
EDIT
STATION
NAV AREA
01
STATION NAME
__________
518 kHz STATION ID1 _
518 kHz STATION ID2 _
490 kHz STATION ID1 _
490 kHz STATION ID2 _
LATITUDE
00°00’ N
EDIT
SAVE
000°00’ E
LONGITUDE
RETURN
Edit navtex station menu
4. NAV AREA is selected; press the EDIT soft key.
NAV AREA
▲
01
▼
Nav area selection window
5. Choose appropriate area, referring to the navtex station map in the Appendix,
and press the ENTER soft key.
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6. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose STATION NAME and press the EDIT
soft key.
STATION NAME
__________
Station name entry window
7. Enter station name with the alphanumeric keys and trackball and then press
the ENTER soft key.
8. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose 518 STATION ID1 or 490 STATION ID1
as appropriate and press the EDIT soft key.
518 kHz STATION ID1
_
Station ID1 entry window
9. Enter station ID (A-Z) and press the ENTER soft key.
10. If there are multiple stations, enter station ID in 518 kHz STATION ID2 or 490
kHz STATION ID2 as appropriate.
11. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose LATITUDE and press the EDIT soft key.
LATITUDE
00°00' N
Latitude entry window
12. Enter the latitude of the station and press the ENTER soft key. Use the
[N↔S] soft key to switch from North latitude to South latitude and vice versa.
13. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose LONGITUDE and press the EDIT soft
key. Enter longitude of the station similar to how you entered latitude. Use
the [W↔E] soft key to switch from West longitude to East longitude and vice
versa.
14. Press the SAVE soft key.
15. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose YES and then push the [ENTER] knob.
16. Press the [MENU] key to close the menu.
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NAVTEX OPERATION: PC
5.1
About Navtex Messages
5.1.1
Message categories
Navtex stations throughout the world provide mariners with weather and
navigational navtex messages. These messages carry a four character header
code which identifies transmitting station, category of message, and message
number, numbered from 00 to 99. Message number 00 is reserved for important
emergency messages. The categories of messages available in the navtex
system are as below.
A: Coastal navigational warning
B: Meteorlogical warning
C: Ice report
D: Search and Rescue Alert
E: Meteorological forecast
F: Pilot message
G: Decca message
H: Loran message
I: Omega message
J: Differential Omega message
K: Other electronic navigator system message
L: Navarea warnings
V to Y: No category allocated
Z: QRU (no message on hand)
The user may select which message categories to receive and the stations from
which to receive them.
Note 1: It is recommended to minimally receive categories A, B, D and L
because they are important for navigation.
Note 2: To learn more about navtex messages, see paragraph 4.4.2.
5.1.2
Receiving navtex messages
To receive navtex messages, set the receive mode for “navtex only” or “fax &
navtex”, referring to paragraph 1.2.2 for the procedure.
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5.2
Setting Up Navtex Stations, Messages
You may freely select the navtex stations from which to receive and the
messages categories to receive as follows:
1. At the navtex top menu, click RX SETUP.
RX SETUP
FREQUENCY
518 kHz
STATION
SELECTION
MODE
MANUAL
STATION ID SELECTION
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M N
O
P
Q R
S
T
U
V
W X
Y
Z
490 kHz STATION LIST
518 kHz STATION LIST
MESSAGE ID SELECTION
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M N
O
P
Q R
S
T
U
V
W X
Y
Z
MESSAGE LIST
MAX. ERROR
RATE (0- 33 %
33%)
OK
< back
RX setup menu
2. Click the arrow button on FREQUENCY and choose desired frequency.
3. Click the arrow button on STATION SELECTION MODE and choose desired
mode, AUTO or MANUAL.
AUTO requires connection to the NavNet network and is not available in the
PC-only configuration. The FAX-30 requires position data (data sentence
GGA or GLL) and time data (data sentence ZDA), fed through the NavNet
network.
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4. Click desired stations in STATION ID SELECTION. Check mark indicates
item is selected. (If you need help with station selection, click 490 kHz
STATION LIST or 518 kHz STATION LIST for details.)
5. Check desired messages in MESSAGE ID SELECTION. Check mark
indicates item is selected. (If you need help with message selection, click
MESSAGE LIST for details.)
6. At MAX. ERROR RATE, enter the maximum allowable error rate to use. The
setting range is 0-33 (%). Any message with an error rate higher than entered
here will be rejected.
7. Click OK and then click “<back” or Back button to return to the top menu.
5.3
Displaying Navtex Messages
At the navtex standby display, click the desired message number at the top of
the display.
Received messages (click to display)
518kHz
AUTO LAT/LON OK
SS=10
STBY
MENU
RX SETUP
NEXT PAGE 1/2
1. 1A55 06/22 00:26 518kHz ERROR RATE=0.0%
2. 1A55 06/20 01:22 518kHz ERROR RATE=0.0%
3. 1A55 06/18 15:31 518kHz ERROR RATE=0.0%
4. 1A55 06/17 07:11 518kHz ERROR RATE=0.0%
5. 1A55 06/15 03:44 518kHz ERROR RATE=0.0%
PREV
NEXT
1A55 06/05 03:57 518kHz ERROR RATE=0.0%
EDIT STATION LIST
SYSTEM SETUP
RX MODE
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ZCZC IA55
160520 UTC JUNE 05
JAPAN NAVTEX N.W. NR 0775/2002
ASHIKURI MISAKI, SOUTHWARD.
FLARE DROPPING. 150930Z TO 151100Z JUNE,
ALTERNATE 160930Z TO 161100Z JUNE.
WITHIN 10 MILES OF 31-00N 133-00E.
GEODETIC DATUM UNKNOWN.
Use scroll bar
to scroll list.
Navtex message data
IA55:
Station ID (I), Category (A),
Message No. (55)
06/05: Date received
03:57: Time received
518kHz: Frequency
Error rate
Text of message
NNNN
Navtex standby display
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5.4
Displaying the Navtex Station List
You may display the navtex stations stored in the FAX-30 as follows:
1. At the navtex top menu, click EDIT STATION LIST.
2. Click 490 kHz STATION LIST or 518 kHz STATION LIST as appropriate. The
illustration below shows the 490 kHz list.
490kHz STATION LIST
NAVAREA
1: UNITED KINGDOM
STATION LIST
I, U 55° 02’N 001° 26’W CULLERCOATS
S
54° 51’N 005° 07’W PORTPATRICK
I, T 50° 35’N 001° 18’W NITON
Navtex station list
3. Pull down the arrow button on NAVAREA to choose nav area desired.
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5.5
Adding Navtex Stations
You may add newly established navtex stations to the navtex station list as
follows:
1. At the navtex standby display, click EDIT STATION LIST.
EDIT STATION LIST
NAVAREA
I
STATION
NAME
518kHz
STATION ID1
518kHz
STATION ID2
490kHz
STATION ID1
490kHz
STATION ID2
LATITUDE
00
LONGITUDE
000
ADD
00
00
N
E
CANCEL
490 kHz STATION LIST
518 kHz STATION LIST
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Edit station list
Click the arrow button on NAVAREA and choose desired navarea.
Enter the station name in STATION NAME.
Enter station ID (A-Z) in STATION ID1 (and STATION ID2 if it has two IDs).
Enter latitude and longitude position of station.
Click ADD to register data entered.
To register another station, click NEW and repeat steps 2-6.
Click “<back” or Back button to return to the navtex top menu.
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5.6
Editing Navtex Stations
You may edit navtex stations as follows:
1. At the navtex standby display, click EDIT STATION LIST.
2. Click 490 kHz STATION LIST or 518 kHz STATION LIST, whichever you want
to process. For example, click 490 kHz STATION LIST.
3. Click the arrow button on NAVAREA and choose desired navarea. For
example, choose UNITED KINGDOM.
4. In the station list, click the station to process. For example, click
CULLERCOATS.
EDIT STATION LIST
NAVAREA
I
STATION
NAME
CULLERCOATS
518kHz
STATION ID1
G
518kHz
STATION ID2
490kHz
STATION ID1
I
490kHz
STATION ID2
U
LATITUDE
55
LONGITUDE
001
SAVE CANCEL
If you want to register a new
station from this screen, click
NEW. The screen shown on
page 5-5 appears. Follow the
procedure on page 5-5.
02
N
26
ERASE
NEW
490 kHz STATION LIST
518 kHz STATION LIST
< back
Edit station list
5. Edit the data.
6. Click SAVE to save data.
7. Click “<back” or Back button to return to the navtex top menu.
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5.7
Deleting Navtex Stations
You may delete navtex stations from the navtex station list as below.
1. At the navtex standby display, click EDIT STATION LIST.
2. Click 490 kHz STATION LIST or 518 kHz STATION LIST, whichever you want
to process.
3. Click the arrow button on NAVAREA and choose desired navarea.
4. In the station list, click the station to process.
5. Click ERASE.
6. Click OK to erase the station, or the Cancel button to escape.
7. Click “<back” or Back button to return to the navtex top menu.
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6.
MAINTENANCE,
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
6.1
Maintenance
This unit is designed and manufactured to provide many years of trouble-free
performance. However, no machine can perform to the utmost of its ability
unless properly maintained. A maintenance program should be established and it
should include the items listed in the table below.
Maintenance points
Check Point
Action
Whip antenna
Check for damage. Replace if damaged.
Antenna wire
Check for damage. Replace if damaged.
Junction between
whip antenna and
preamp (option)
Check for corrosion and tight connection. Clean and
waterproof with sealing compound if necessary.
Coaxial cable
Check for damage and tight connection. Replace if damaged.
Power cable
Check for tight connection at battery and FAX-30.
Ground terminal
Check for tight connection and corrosion. Replace if corroded.
Unit cleanliness
Dust and dirt should be removed with a soft cloth. Do not use
solvents such as benzine and toulene to clean the unit – they
can remove paint and markings or deform the equipment.
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6.2
Replacement of Fuse
The 2A fuse in the power cable protects the equipment from equipment fault and
reverse polarity of the ship’s mains. If the fuse blows find the cause before
replacing it. If it blows again after replacement, contact your dealer for advice.
CAUTION
Use the proper fuse.
Use of a wrong fuse may cause
serious damage to the equipment
and void the warranty.
6.3
Troubleshooting
This section provides simple troubleshooting that the user may follow to restore
normal operation.
Troubleshooting
Trouble
NavNet display unit
freezes
Command from
NavNet display unit
not accepted
Cannot read
characters
Noise but no signal
Problem
• Jumbled memory
• Network not connected
Remedy
• Turn the NavNet display unit
off and on again.
• Reselect the FAX mode.
• Corrupted memory
• Clear memory.
• Loosened antenna
• Fasten antenna connector.
connector
• Coaxial cable in antenna • Replace antenna cable.
cable is shorted or
damaged.
Multiple or overlapped • Wrong speed setting
• Set correct speed. Speed
image
may be adjusted when
manually receiving an
image.
Image is split.
• Image is out of phase.
• Set phase manually.
Image is shrunk (or
• Wrong IOC
• Change IOC. IOC may be
enlarged) vertically.
adjusted when manually
receiving an image.
Image is filled with
• Noise
• Use the noise rejector to
noise.
remove noise.
Timer schedule does • Improper setting of
• Review schedule.
not start as
schedule
scheduled.
Cannot access
• Incorrect IP address or
• Check setting referring to
FAX-30 from PC.
subnet mask set on PC.
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6.4
Diagnostics: NavNet
The diagnostics test displays program no. and tests the ROMs, RAM, receive
ability, signal strength, signal-to-noise ratio and position data. The test results
are displayed as OK or NG (No Good) for ROM, RAM, receive ability and
position data. For any NG or abnormal value, contact your dealer for advice.
1. Press the [MENU] key to show the FAX-30 menu.
FAX-30
EDIT WX FAX STATION
EDIT NAVTEX STATION
FAX-30 SYSTEM SETUP
FAX-30 menu
2. Press the FAX-30 SYSTEM SETUP soft key.
SYSTEM
SETUP
TEST
SIMULATION SETUP
CLEAR MEMORY
System setup menu
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3. Press the TEST soft key to start the test. The test results appears as shown
below.
TEST
PROGRAM NO.
Asterisk marks item
currently being tested
* ROM1
ROM2
SDRAM
RECEIVE UNLOCK
SS*1
SN*2
LAT/LON*3
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
0850188-XX
0850189-XX
OK
OK
OK
OK
60
60
OK
XX = Version no.
*1 SS = Signal Strength
Display Range: 0-99
Typical Reading: 30-70
*2 SN = Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Display Range: 0-99
Typical Reading: 20-60
*3 Requires data sentence
GGA or GLL, output
through the network.
RETURN
Diagnostic test results
4. Press the RETURN key to escape from the test.
6.5
Diagnostics: PC
The diagnostics test displays program no. and tests the ROMs and RAM,
receive ability and position data. The test results are displayed as OK or NG (No
Good). For any NG or abnormal value, contact your dealer for advice.
1. At the facsimile or navtex standby display, click FAX-30 SYSTEM SETUP.
2. Click TEST. The test results appears as shown below.
PROGRAM
NO.
ROM1
ROM2
SDRAM
RECEIVE
UNLOCK
LAT/LON*
0850188-XX.XX XX.XX = Program Version No.
0850189-XX.XX
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
* = Requires data sentence GGA or GLL.
Diagnostic test results
3. Click STOP TEST to stop the test and restore normal operation and enable
receiving.
4. Click “<back” or Back button several times to return to the top menu.
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6.6
Clearing Data: NavNet
You may clear all facsimile images, navtex messages and the entire memory
contents to start afresh.
1. Press the [MENU] key to open the FAX-30 menu.
2. Press the FAX-30 SYSTEM SETUP soft key.
3. Press the CLEAR MEMORY soft key.
▲
CLEAR ALL IMAGES
CLEAR ALL MESSAGES
CLEAR ALL MEMORY
NO
NO
NO
CLEAR
MEMORY
EDIT
RETURN
Clear memory menu
4. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose the item you wish to clear and press the
EDIT soft key. (Clearing all memories erases all fax images, navtex
messages and all setting data (for example, user-set stations)).
For example, choose CLEAR ALL IMAGES and press the EDIT soft key to
clear all facsimile images.
CLEAR ALL IMAGES
▲
¡ YES
¤ NO
▼
Clear all images options
5. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose YES and push the [ENTER] knob.
6. Press the RETURN soft key to close the menu and return to the standby
display.
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Clearing Data: PC
You may clear all facsimile images, navtex messages and the entire memory
contents to start afresh.
1. At the facsimile or navtex standby display, click SYSTEM SETUP.
2. Click CLEAR MEMORY.
CLEAR MEMORY
CLEAR ALL IMAGES
Yes
No
CLEAR ALL MESSAGES
Yes
No
CLEAR ALL MEMORY
Yes
No
OK
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Clear memory options
3. Click Yes for the memory(s) to clear.
Note: Clearing all memories erases all fax images, navtex messages and all
setting data (for example, user-set stations).
4. Click OK.
5. You are asked if you are sure to clear the memory(s) selected. Click OK to
clear; Cancel to escape.
6. Click “<back” or Back button several times to return to the top menu.
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6.8
All Clear (for technicians only)
If the FAX-30 cannot be operated from the NavNet display unit, do the following:
1. Unplug the power connector from the FAX-30.
2. Open the cover.
S1
FAX-30, cover opened
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Turn on the #1 segment of S1 on the MAIN board (08P3218).
Connect the power connector and turn on the NavNet display unit.
Confirm that the LED on the FAX-30 is flashing.
Turn off the NavNet display unit and disconnect the FAX-30’s power cable.
Turn off the #1 segment of S1.
Close the cover and reconnect the power cable.
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6.9
Simulation Mode
The simulation mode provides simulated operation of the equipment, using an
internally generated fax image and navtex message. The fax image may be
processed as desired. This mode is mainly used for exhibition purposes.
Note: All current fax images and navtex messages will be erased when
activating the simulation mode.
6.9.1
Accessing the simulation mode through NavNet
1. At the facsimile standby display, press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the FAX-30 SYSTEM SETUP soft key.
3. Press the SIMULATION SETUP soft key.
▲
WX FAX
NAVTEX
LIVE
LIVE
SIM
SETUP
EDIT
RETURN
Simulation setup menu
4. Choose WX FAX or NAVTEX as appropriate and press the EDIT soft key.
The illustration below shows the dialog box for WX FAX; the dialog box for
NAVTEX is similar.
WX FAX
▲
¡ SIMULATION
¤ LIVE
▼
5. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose SIMULATION and press the ENTER soft
key.
The fax image and navtex message will then be posted to the respective
standby display.
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6.9.2
Accessing the simulation mode through PC
1. At the facsimile or navtex standby display, click SYSTEM SETUP.
2. Click SIMULATION SETUP.
SIMULATION SETUP
WX FAX
¡
¤
NAVTEX
¡
¤
SIMULATION
LIVE
SIMULATION
LIVE
OK
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Simulation setup menu
3. Choose SIMULATION for WX FAX and/or NAVTEX as appropriate.
4. Click OK.
5. Click “<back” or Back button to return to the top.
The fax image and navtex message will then be posted to respective standby
display.
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7.
INSTALLATION
7.1
Facsimile Receiver
The facsimile receiver may be mounted on the deck or a bulkhead. When
selecting a mounting location, keep in mind the following points:
• Locate the unit out of direct sunlight because of heat that can build up inside
the cabinet.
• Select a location where the connectors can be easily accessed.
• Leave sufficient space around the unit for servicing and maintenance. See the
outline drawing for recommended servicing space.
• For mounting on a bulkhead, be sure the mounting location is strong enough
to support the weight of the unit.
• Locate the unit away from areas subject to water splash and rain.
• A magnetic compass will be disturbed if the FAX-30 is placed too close to it.
Separate the FAX-30 from a magnetic compass by the distances below to
prevent interference to a magnetic compass.
Steering compass, 0.9 m, Standard compass, 0.6 m.
• Fix the receiver to the mounting location with four 5 X 20 tapping screws
(supplied).
210
285
300
150
Mounting dimensions of facsimile receiver FAX-30
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7. INSTALLATION
7.2
Antenna Unit
The performance of the facsimile receiver is directly related to the antenna
installation. In general, the antenna should be installed as high as possible on
the vessel, free from the influence of nearby antennas, rigging and masts. Be
sure to locate the antenna well away from TX antennas and noise generating
equipment. Pay particular attention to the antennas of MF and HF radio
equipment - they can damage the facsimile receiver through induction. (For
better protection against induction, use the preamp unit.)
7.2.1
General antenna connection
Connect the antenna to the facsimile receiver as shown below. If the preamp unit
is installed, set jumper block J23 on the RCV Board (in the FAX-30) to the
"ACTIVE" position. See paragraph 7.4.
Wire Antenna
6 m Whip
Antenna
2.6 m Whip Antenna
Select
one.
Preamp
(FAX-5)
Junction
Box
Coaxial Cable
Facsimile
Receiver
Preamp Used
Facsimile
Receiver
Preamp Not Used
Antenna wiring and preamp status
7.2.2
Wire antenna or whip antenna
• Either a long wire or whip antenna may be used. A wire antenna should be 15
meters or longer including the vertical section. A whip antenna should be 6
meters long.
• The antenna can be shared with other receivers; use an antenna switch or
junction box.
• Connect the antenna to the facsimile receiver with a coaxial cable of which the
diameter is larger than coaxial cable type 5D-2V. (5D-2V is a JIS (Japan
Industry Standard) Cable. Use equivalent cable, referring to the table in
paragraph 7.3.
• If sensitivity of the wire antenna is low, use the preamp unit.
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7. INSTALLATION
7.2.3
Installation of preamp unit FAX-5 (option)
Small boats may not afford the space to install a long wire antenna. In this case
it is recommended to install the preamp unit with 2.6 meter whip antenna. The
preamp unit can be installed two ways:
• The base of the preamp unit is designed to accept a threaded extension of
one-inch diameter. The pitch of the thread should be 14 threads per inch. The
mast itself should be no longer than 1.5 meters to prevent flexing in heavy
winds.
• Attach the preamp unit to a post with stainless steel hose clamps (option).
1. Fix the preamp unit to the mounting location.
2. Screw the whip antenna onto the preamp unit.
3. If the mast is metallic, run a ground wire (local supply) between the mast and
the ground terminal on the preamp unit.
4. Waterproof the junction and other exposed metallic parts with silicone
sealant.
50
Thread
(14 threads/inch)
Inch Pipe
INCH PIPE
Spring
Washer
Hose
Clamp
(option)
2.6 m Whip
Antenna
Post
Ground
Spot
HOSE CLAMP (option) ON POST
Screw
Antenna Wire
Wire Antenna
Fixture
Preamp Unit
WIRE ANTENNA
How to mount the preamp unit FAX-5
Note 1: An antenna wire several meters in length can be connected instead of
the whip antenna. In this case, install the wire antenna fixture (supplied
with preamp unit) between the antenna wire and the preamp unit as
illustrated above.
Note 2: The preamp unit is powered by the facsimile receiver. To power the
preamp unit, set J23 on the RCV Board (in the FAX-30) to the
"ACTIVE" position. See paragraph 7.4.
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7. INSTALLATION
7.3
Wiring
Four cables are connected to the facsimile receiver: antenna cable, Net Cable
(or PC cable), power cable, ground wire. Connect them as shown in the figure
below. For detailed information, see the interconnection diagram on page S-1.
Whip Antenna*
Antenna Feeder*
Connect core only.
External Conductor
2.6 m Whip Antenna
(option)
Antenna
Swtich*
Vinyl Tape
FAX-5
Preamp
(option)
Coaxial
Cable*
ANT
12-24 VDC
Optional cable 10, 20, 30,
40 or 50 m is available.
NETWORK
* = Local Supply
Ground Wire*
(IV-2sp)
Ground
Power Cable
MJ-A3SPF0024-035
Black (-)
NavNet series display unit, Hub or PC
Net Cable: MJ-A6SPF0014-050, 5 m**
PC Cable: MJ-A6SPF/TM11AP8C050
White (+)
Shield
Wiring
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** Optional cable 1 m, 10 m,
20 m or 30 m is available.
7. INSTALLATION
Power cable
Connect the power cable (supplied) to the power source; white wire to positive
[+] terminal and black wire to negative [-] terminal.
Ground wire
Ground the equipment to prevent noise and interference and enable reception of
weak signals. Run the ground wire (local supply) between the ground terminal
on the facsimile receiver and the ship's grounding bus.
Preamp unit
Connect its coaxial cable directly to the antenna connector on the FAX-30. Note
that an extension cable kit (option) is available, in lengths of 10, 20, 30, 40 and
50 m.
Wire or whip antenna
A junction box or antenna switch (local supply) is required since the connection
at the FAX-30 is made with a coaxial cable. Connect a feeder wire between the
antenna and the junction box or antenna switch. Attach coaxial connector
(option) to a 50 ohm coaxial cable as below and connect the cable between the
junction box and the FAX-30. If the connector does not fit the cable, use
appropriate adaptor (option).
Cable type 7C-2V, RG-8/U, RG-213/U, etc.
Sheath
Plug assembly Contact sleeve
30 mm
5 mm
Solder here.
2 mm
Braided
shield
Conductor
Insulator
Cut conductor here.
Coupling Solder both
ring
sides of hole.
Cable type 5D-2V, 5C-2V, RG-5/U, 3C-2V, RG-58/U, etc.
30 mm
Screw tightly. Contact sleeve
3.5 mm
Sheath
7 mm
Solder here.
3.5
mm
Braided
shield
Conductor
Reducer
Insulator
Solder both
sides of hole.
Coupling
ring
Cut conductor here.
Attachment of antenna connector
Note: The cables 3C-2V, 5C-2V, 5D-2V and 7C-2V are JIS (Japan Industry
Standard) cables. If these are not available use equivalent cables,
referring to the table on the next page for specifications.
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7. INSTALLATION
JIS cable specifications
Inner Conductor
Type
Stranding
(No./mm)
Dia.
Insulation
Thick
Outer Conductor
Dia
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
Pitch
Dia.
(mm)
Thick
(mm)
Dia.
(mm)
Cond.
resistance
(Max.)
(20°C)
(Ω/km)
Braid
Dia./
Jacket
Nominal
attenuation
Capacitance
Approx.
mass
10 MHz
(dB/km)
(pF/m)
(kg/km)
3C-2V
1/0.5
0.5
1.3
3.1
0.14/5/24
26
3.8
0.8
5.4±0.5
91.4
42
67±3
42
5C-2V
1/0.8
0.8
2.05
4.9
0.14/7/24
42
5.7
0.9
7.4±0.5
35.9
27
67±3
74
7C-2V
7/0.4
1.2
3.05
7.3
0.18//8/24
45
8.2
1.1
10.4±0.5
20.7
22
67±3
140
1/1.4
1.4
1.7
4.8
0.14/7/24
42
5.5
0.9
7.3±0.5
11.7
27
100±4
80
5D-2V
7.4
Supplying Power to the Preamp Unit
The preamp unit is powered with 12 VDC power fed from the facsimile receiver.
To power the preamp unit, do the following:
1. Disconnect the power cable from the FAX-30.
2. Unfasten eight screws marked with the arrows below to remove the cover.
FAX-30, top view
J23
MAIN Board 08P3218
RCV Board 08P3219
3. Set the jumper block J23 in the “ACT(IVE)” position. See the figure below for
the “ACT” position.
J23
ACT WIRE
FAX-30, top view, cover removed
4. Close the cover and connect the power cable.
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7. INSTALLATION
7.5
Browser, PC Settings
7.5.1
Browser settings
Set your browser as shown in the procedures below. The procedure may be
different depending on browser version.
Internet Explorer (Version 5.5)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Start up the Internet Explorer.
Click Tools on the menu bar.
Click Internet Options.
General is selected; click “Settings” at “Temporary Internet files.”
Click the radio button “Every visit to the page” at “Check for newer versions
of stored pages.”
6. Click OK.
7. Click Security tab.
8. Click Custom Level button.
9. At the item Scripting, click Enable for both “Active scripting” and “Scripting of
Java Applets.”
10. Click OK.
11. Click Connections tab.
12. Click LAN Settings button.
13. Uncheck “Use a proxy server” at “Proxy server.”
14. Click OK.
15. Click OK again.
Netscape Navigator (Version 4.78)
1.
2.
3.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Start up the Netscape Navigator.
Click the Edit menu.
Click Preferences.
Open the Advanced menu.
Check “Automatically load images and other data types,” “Enable Java,”
“Enable Java script” and “Enable style sheets.”
Click “Cache” at Advanced.
Choose “Every time” in “Page in cache is compared to page on
network.”
Click “Proxies” at Advanced.
Choose “Direct connection to internet.”
Click OK.
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7. INSTALLATION
7.5.2
PC settings
The PC communicates with the FAX-30 via Internet protocol TCP/IP. Therefore,
set IP address on the PC as below.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Start up the PC and open the Control Panel folder.
Open the Network and Dial-up Connections folder.
Double-click Local Area Connection.
Click Properties.
Check Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
Click Properties.
Choose “Use the following IP address.”
Set the IP address for 172.31.100.100.
Set the Subnet mask for 255.255.0.0.
FACSIMILE RECEIVER
FAX-30
IP Address: 172.31.8.1
Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0
HUB*
* = HUB is not required to connect single PC.
PC
IP Address:
172.31.100.100
PC
IP Address:
172.31.100.101
IP address
10. Click OK.
11. Click OK.
12. Click Close button.
13. Turn the PC off and on again.
14. Start up the browser.
15. Enter the FAX-30’s URL: http://172.31.8.1 and press the [Enter] key.
The facsimile receiver top display should appear. If it does not appear, recheck
above settings.
FACSIMILE RECEIVER
FAX-30
WX FAX
NAVTEX
LOGOUT
Facsimile receiver top display
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APPENDIX
Facsimile Stations
ZONE 2
ZONE 4
ZONE 5
ZONE 6
ZONE 8
ZONE 7
ZONE 3
ZONE 2
ZONE 1
Facsimile station map
Location of facsimile stations
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1
CALL
SIGN
NPN
NPO
HSW
NPM
KVM
NOJ
CKN
NMC
ELK
AUX
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4
5
6
7
8
9
3
STATION
0
1
2
3
SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN,
INDIAN OCEAN, PERSIAN GULF
MARIANA IS.
PHILIPPINES
THAILAND
USA
USA
USA
CANADA
USA
USA
TRANSMITTED FROM
NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN
EASTERN PART
Guam
Sanglay Point
Bangkok
Pearl Harbor
Honolulu
Kodiak, Alaska
Esquimalt
California
Nebraska
2
CALL
TRANSMITTED FROM
SIGN
AUSTRALIA
VMW Australia west
AUSTRALIA
VMC Australia east
NEW ZEALAND
ZKLF Auckland
Guam
Via AUSTRALIA
NPN
Guam
Via JAPAN
ATA New Delhi
INDIA
EPD Teheran
IRAN
5YE Nairobi
KENYA
ZSJ CAPE NAVAL
SOUTH AFRICA
HXP Denis METEO
MAURITIUS
RUZU Molodezhnaya
RUSSIA
ZONE
STATION
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ZONE
JAPAN
JAPAN
JAPAN
Via MALAYSIA
CHINA
CHINA
CHINA
TAIWAN
KOREA
TRANSMITTED FROM
NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN
WESTERN PART
STA- CALL
TION SIGN
0
JMH Tokyo
1
JMJ Tokyo
JJC Tokyo
2
9MG * Tokyo
3
JFA Tokyo
4
3SD Beijing
5
BAF Beijing
6
BDF Shanghai
7
BMF Taipei
8
HLL Seoul
9
AUX
ZONE
CALL
SIGN
CLX
FFP
GYA
LOR
PWZ
PRO *
LRO
VLM
CAN
LSB
CBV
CALL
SIGN
NMG
NMF
NIK
CFH
VFF
OXT
AUX
AUX
AUX
AUX
STATION
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CALL
SIGN
GYA
AOK
MAD
NHY
6VU
AUX
AUX
AUX
AUX
AUX
ZONE
STATION
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ZONE
5
6
7
8
9
4
STATION
0
1
2
3
ZONE
USA
USA
USA
CANADA
CANADA
GREENLAND
UK
SPAIN
SPAIN
MOROCCO
SENEGAL
TRANSMITTED FROM
NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN
EASTERN PART
Northwood
Rota
Madrid
Kenitora
Dakar
6
New Orleans
Boston
Boston
Halifax
RESOLUTE
Skamlebaek
TRANSMITTED FROM
NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN
WESTERN PART
ARGENTINA
BRASIL
BRASIL
ARGENTINA
ANTARCTICA
South Shetland Is.
ANTARCTIC
CHILE
Puerto Brelgrano
Rio de Janeiro
Orinda
Buenos Aires
Casey
CMIRL FREI
CNURLMARAMBIO
Valparaiso
5
CUBA
MARTINIQUE
TRANSMITTED FROM
SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN
Casablanca
Fort de France
4
7
NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN
NORTHERN PART
Rome
Athens
Beograde
Sofia
Ankara
Tashikent 1
Tashikent 2
Cairo
Jeddah
Tbilisi
STATION
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ITALY
GREECE
YUGOSLAVIA
BULGARIA
TURKEY
UZBEKISTAN
UZBEKISTAN
EGYPT
SAUDI ARABIA
GRUZIJA
TRANSMITTED FROM
ZONE [0] and [9] are allocated for private channels.
(10 channels each for 12 stations)
*: Callsign not displayed.
FACSIMILE STATION LIST
CALL
SIGN
IMB
SVJ
YZZ
LZJ2
YMA
RBV
RBX
SUU
JED
RIS
8
ZONE
MEDITERRANEAN SEA
STA- CALL
TRANSMITTED FROM
TION SIGN
GERMANY
0
DCF Offenbach
DDK
Offenbach
GERMANY
1
DDH *
Copenhagen
DENMARK
2
OXT
CZECHOSLOVAKIA
3
OLT Praha-Modrany
SWEDEN
4
SMA Norrkoping
RUSSIA
5
RBW Murmansk
FINLAND
6
OFA Helsinki
FINLAND
7
OFW Vaasa
8
NOV
9
AUX
ZONE
APPENDIX
Facsimile station list (by zone)
T TAIWAN
THAILAND
TURKEY
U UK
USA
PPO
PWZ
LZJ2
VFF
CKN
CFH
CBV
3SD
BAF
BDF
CLX
OLT
OXT
SUU
OFA
OFW
SVJ
OXT
ATA
EPD
IMB
JMH
JMJ
JJC
9VF
JFA
5YE
HLL
4
4
3
4
6
3
9
4
5
6
0
3
2
7
6
7
1
5
4
5
0
0
1
2
3
6
8
5
2
5
4
1
1
1
4
7
7
8
7
7
8
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3
3
8
1
1
1
1
3
1
Tokyo
Tokyo
Tokyo
Tokyo
Helsinki
Vaasa
Athens
Skamlebeak
New Delhi
Teheran
Rome
F FINLAND
G GREECE
GREENLAND
I
K KENYA
KOREA
J JAPAN
Nairobi
Seoul
Cairo
E EGYPT
INDIA
IRAN
ITALY
Copenhagen
Iqaluit
Esquimalt
Halifax
Valparaiso
Beijing
Beijing
Shanghai
Casablanca
Praha-Modrany
W GERMANY
Chuo Gyogyo
Y YUGOSLAVIA
RUSSIA
No.1
No.2
JMSA & Kyodo
UZBEKISTAN
SWEDEN
Belgrade
Offenbach
Hamburg
Northwood
Boston
Boston
Honolulu
Kodiak Alaska
Nebraska
New Orleans
Pearl Harbor
San Francisco
Tashikent 1
Tashikent 2
Molodezhnaya
Murmansk
Taipei
Bangkok
Ankara
Norrkoping
Pretoria
SOUTH AFRICA
SOUTH SHETLAND IS. Meteorologic
Rota
SPAIN
Madrid
Dakar
Jeddah
Sanglay Point
P PHILIPPINES
S SENEGAL
SAUDI ARABIA
Auckland
Fort de France
Sain Denis
Kenitora
Guam
City
N NEW ZEALAND
MARTINIQUE
MAURITIUS
MOROCCO
4
4
8
Olinda
Rio de Janeiro
Sofia
Casey
Meteorologic.
Buenos Aires
Puerto Belgrano
Darwin
Melbourne
M MARIANA IS.
Nation
VLM
LSB
LRO
LOR
AXI
AXM
Remarks
6
8
5
3
0
1
Zone Station Call
No. No.
sign
4
4
4
4
3
3
City
D DENMARK
CUBA
CZECHOSLOVAKIA
CHILE
CHINA
C CANADA
BULGARIA
B BRAZIL
AUSTRALIA
ARGENTINE
A ANTARCTIC
Nation
YZZ
0
2
7
8
GYA For S.A.
NIK
NMF
KVM
NOJ
ELK
NMG
NPM US Navy
NMC
RBV
RBX
RUZU
RBW
BMF
HSW
YMA
DDK
DDH
DCF
0
2
1
4
5
8
0
3
7
5
6
9
5
7
2
4
SMA
1
7
6
5
5
2
2
2
5
2
2
8
8
3
7
1
2
8
4
ZRO
CAN
AOK US Navy
MAD
7
7
1
2
3
4
6
6
7
6VU
JED
US Navy
4
8
NPO
1
2
US Navy
Via Australia
Via Japan
Remarks
6
8
ZKLF
NPN
NPN
NPN
FFP
HXP
NHY
2
0
3
3
1
8
3
3
2
3
3
4
3
6
Zone Station Call
No. No.
sign
APPENDIX
Facsimile station list (alphabetical order)
AP-3
APPENDIX
Navtex Stations
Navtex stations map
Location of navtex stations
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APPENDIX
Navtex stations list
Nav
area
I
Country
Station
Station
Latitude
Longitude
Belgium
Estonia
Oostende
Tallinn
Reykjavik
Radio
Valencia
Malin Head
Netherlands
Coast Guard
Bodo Radio
Rogaland
Radio
Vardoe Radio
Svalbard
Harnosand
Karlskrona
Stockholm
Radio
Cullercoats
Portpatrick
Niton
Murmansk
Archangel
Douala
Sao Vicente
Radio
Oostende
Tallinn
51 11N
59 30N
02 48E
24 30E
518
kHz
M, T
E, U
Reykjavik
Valencia
Malin Head
64 05N
51 56N
55 22N
21 51W
10 21W
07 21W
R, X
W
Q
Netherlands
Bodo
52 06N
67 16N
04 15E
14 23E
P
B
Rogaland
Vardoe
Svalbard
Harnosand
Karlskrona
58 39N
70 22N
78 02N
64 28N
55 29N
05 36E
31 06E
13 40E
21 36E
14 19E
L
V
A
H
J
Stockholm
Cullercoats
Portpatrick
Niton
Murmansk
Archangel
Douala
59 16N
55 02N
54 51N
50 35N
68 58N
64 33N
No info
18 43E
01 26W
05 07W
01 18W
33 05E
40 32E
U, D
G
O
K, S
C
F
No info
Sao Vicente
Cross
Corsen
No info
Nouadhibou
No info
Casablanca
Horta Radio
33 36N
38 32N
07 38W
28 38W
M
F
Monsanto
Corunna
Tarifa
Las Palmas
Varna
Split
Cyprus
Serapeum
Alexandria
38 44N
42 54N
36 01N
28 10N
43 04N
43 30N
35 03N
30 28N
31 12N
09 11W
09 16W
05 34W
15 25W
27 46E
16 29E
33 17E
32 22E
29 52E
R
D
G
I
J
Q
M
X
N
G
La Garde
Heraklion
Corfu
Lemnos
Haifa
43 06N
35 20N
39 37N
39 52N
32 49N
05 59E
25 07E
19 55E
25 04E
35 00E
W
H
K
L
P
S
Iceland
Ireland
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
United Kingdom
Russian
Federation
II
Cameroon
Cape Verde
France
Mauritania
Morocco
Portugal
Spain
III
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
Egypt
France
Greece
Israel
Cross Corsen
Nouadhibou
Radio
Casablanca
Radio
Horta Radio
Monsanto
Radio
Corunna
Tarifa
Las Palmas
Varna
Split
Cyprus
Serapeum
Alexandria
Cross La
Garde
Heraklion
Corfu
Lemnos
Haifa
48 28N
490
kHz
I, U
C
I, T
No info
05 03E
A
E
No info
J
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APPENDIX
Nav
area
III
Country
Italy
Malta
Russian
Federation
Spain
Turkey
Ukraine
IV
Bermuda(UK)
Canada
Denmark(GreenlandWest Coast)
United States
Netherlands
Antilles
V
Uruguay
VI
Argentina
Station
Station
Latitude
Longitude
Roma
Augusta
Cagliari
Trieste
Malta
Novorossiysk
Astrakhan
Cabo de la
Nao
Istanbul
Samsun
Antalya
Izmir
Mariupol
Odessa
Bermuda
Iqaluit
Sept Iles
Prescott
St. Johns
Thunder Bay
Sydney, Nova
Scotia
Fundy
Montreal
Labrador
Godthaab
(Nuuk)
Miami
Boston
New Orleans
Chesapeake
San Juan
Roma
Augusta
Cagliari
Trieste
Malta
Novorossiyk
Astrakhan
41 37N
37 14N
39 13N
45 40N
35 49N
44 42N
46 18N
12 29E
15 14E
09 14E
13 46E
14 32E
37 44E
47 58E
518
kHz
R
S, V
T
U
O
A
W
Cabo la Nao
Istanbul
Samsun
Antalya
Izmir
Mariupol
Odessa
Bermuda
Iqaluit
Sept Iles
Prescott
St. Johns
Thunder Bay
38 43N
41 04N
41 17N
36 53N
38 22N
47 06N
46 29N
32 23N
63 44N
50 12N
44 56N
47 37N
48 34N
00 09E
28 57E
36 20E
30 42E
26 36E
37 33E
30 44E
64 41W
68 33W
66 07W
81 14W
52 40W
88 39W
X
D
E
F
I
B
C
B
T
C, D
H
O
P
Nova Scotia
Fundy
Montreal
Labrador
46 11N
43 44N
45 41N
53 42N
59 54W
66 07W
73 16W
57 02W
Q, J
U, V
W, T
X
Nuuk
Miami
Boston
New Orleans
Chesapeake
San Juan
64 04N
25 37N
41 39N
29 53N
36 35N
18 28N
52 01W
80 23W
70 33W
89 57W
76 01W
67 07W
W
A
F
G
N
R
Curacao
Curacao
12 10N
68 52W
H
Colonia
Laguna del
Sauce
La Paloma
Montevideo
Punta del
Este
Salto
Ushaia
Rio Gallegos
Comodoro
Rivadavia
Colonia
Laguna
Sauce
La Paloma
Montevideo
Punta del
Este
Salto
Ushaia
Rio Gallegos
Comodoro
Rivadavia
Bahia
Blanca
No info
No info
No info
34 40S
No info
No info
F
No info
Bahia Blanca
54 09W
No info
No info
54 48S
51 37S
68 08W
65 03W
No info
No info
A, M
B, N
45 51S
67 25W
C, O
38 43S
62 06W
D, P
AP-6
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490
kHz
S
A
APPENDIX
Nav
area
VI
Country
VII
Namibia
Argentina
South Africa
VIII
India
Mauritius
Bahrain
Egypt
Iran
Saudi Arabia
IX
X
XI
Oman
Pakistan
China
Indonesia
Japan
Korea, Republic of
Malaysia
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
United States
Station
Station
Latitude
Longitude
Mar del Plata
Buenos Aires
Walvis Bay
Cape Town
Port Elizabeth
Durban
Bombay
Madras
Mauritius
Radio
Hamala
Serapeum
(Ismailia)
Bushehr
Bandar
Abbas
Dammam
Jeddah
Muscat
Karachi
Mar del Plata
Buenos Aires
Walvis Bay
Cape Town
Port Elizabeth
Durban
Bombay
Madras
38 03S
34 36S
23 03S
33 40S
34 02S
30 00S
19 05N
13 05N
57 32W
58 22W
14 37E
18 43E
25 33E
31 30E
72 50E
80 17E
518
kHz
E, Q
F, R
B
C
I
O
G
P
Mauritius
Hamala
20 26S
26 09N
57 41E
50 28E
C
B
Serapeum
Bushehr
30 28N
28 59N
32 22E
50 50E
X
A
Bandar Abbas
Dammam
Jeddah
Muscat
Karachi
27 07N
26 26N
21 23N
23 36N
24 51N
56 04E
50 06E
39 10E
58 30E
67 03E
Sanya
Guangzhou
Fuzhou
Shanghai
Dalian
Jayapura
Ambon
Makassar
Jakarta
Otaru
Kushiro
Yokohama
Moji
Naha
Chukpyun
Pyonsan
Penang
Miri
Sandakan
Manila
18 15N
23 09N
26 02N
31 07N
38 51N
02 31S
03 42S
05 06S
06 06S
43 19N
42 57N
35 14N
34 01N
26 05N
37 03N
35 36N
05 25N
04 25N
05 54N
14 35N
109 30E
113 29E
119 18E
121 33E
121 31E
140 43E
128 12E
119 26E
106 54E
140 27E
144 36E
139 55E
130 56E
127 40E
129 25E
126 29E
100 24E
114 01E
118 00E
121 03E
F
G
H
M
P
NONE
M
N
O
Q
R
A
B
D
E
J
K
I
H
G
V
W
U
T
S
J
P.Princesa
Davao
Singapore
09 44N
07 04N
01 25N
118 43E
125 36E
103 52E
I
K
C
Bangkok
Guam
13 44N
13 29N
100 34E
144 50E
F
V
Sanya
Guangzhou
Fuzhou
Shanghai
Dalian
Jayapura
Ambon
Makassar
Jakarta
Otaru
Kushiro
Yokohama
Moji
Naha
Chukpyun
Pyonsan
Penang
Miri
Sandakan
Manila
Puerto
Princesa
Davao
Singapore
Bangkok
Radio
Guam
490
kHz
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APPENDIX
Nav
area
XI
Country
Vietnam
XII
Station
Station
Latitude
Longitude
Ho Chi Minh
Haiphong
Danang
Chilung
Ho Chi Minh
Haiphong
Danang
Chilung
10 47N
20 44N
16 05N
25 09N
106 40E
106 44E
108 13E
121 44E
518
kHz
X
P
W, K
P
22 13N
54 18N
48 55N
114 15E
130 25W
125 33W
L
D
H
San Francisco
Kodiak
Honolulu
Cambria
Astoria
Adak
Vladivostok
Kholmsk
Petropavlovsk
Magadan
Beringovskiy
Provideniya
Astrakhan
Hong Kong
Prince Rupert
Tofino
San
Francisco
Kodiak
Honolulu
Cambria
Astoria
Adak
Vladivostok
Kholmsk
Petropavlovsk
Magadan
Beringovskiy
Provideniya
Astrakhan
37 56N
57 46N
21 16N
35 31N
46 12N
51 54N
43 07N
47 02N
53 00N
59 40N
63 03N
64 40N
44 20N
122 44W
152 34W
158 09W
121 03W
123 57W
176 38W
131 53E
142 03E
158 40E
151 01E
179 20E
173 10W
48 02W
23 39S
32 48S
36 43S
41 30S
70 25W
71 29W
73 06W
72 58W
C
J, X
O
Q
W
X
A
B
C
D
E
F
W
NONE
A, H
B, I
C, J
D, K
53 12S
70 56W
E, L
27 09S
05 05S
12 03S
17 01S
02 17S
109 25W
81 07W
77 09W
72 01W
79 52W
F, G
S
U
W
M
Taiwan
Associate Member
of IMO
Hong Kong
Prince Rupert
Canada
Tofino
United States
XIII
Russian
Federation
XIV
XV
Chile
XVI
Peru
Ecuador
Antofagasta
Valparaiso
Talcahuano
Puerto Montt
Punta Arenas
Isla de
Pascua
Paita
Callao
Mollendo
Guayaquil
Antofagasta
Valparaiso
Talcahuano
Puerto Montt
Punta
Arenas
Isla de
Pascua
Paita
Callao
Mollendo
Guayaquil
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W
APPENDIX
Menu Tree
NavNet menu tree
Soft keys
WX FAX
soft key
SELECT IMAGE
RCV WX
FAX
NAVTEX
soft key
PHASE (00 - 40, 0)
SYNC (-50 - +50, 0)
NOISE REJECT (OFF, LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH)
EDIT COLOR
COLOR
MONOCHROME
GRAY SCALE
BLUE-RED
WHITE-BLUE
PINK-BLACK
REVERSE IMAGE (NORMAL, REVERSE)
ZOOM IN (ZOOM OUT)
ROTATE (CW and CCW soft keys)
LOCK/ERASE IMAGE (LOCK IMAGE and ERASE IMAGE soft keys)
CH SETUP
ZONE (0-9, 1)
STA (0-9, 0)
CH (0-9, AUTO; 0)
FREQ
TIMER SETUP
START TIMER
PROG LIST
START RX (288/60, 288/90, 288/120, 288/180, 288/240,
576/60, 576/90, 576/120, 576/180, 576/240)
STOP RX
EDIT IMAGE
SELECT MSG
RCV NAVTEX
RX SETUP
MODE
SETUP
soft key
FREQUENCY (490 kHz, 518 kHz)
STA. SELECTION MODE (MANUAL, AUTO)
STATION SELECTION (A-Z, all stations ON)
MESSAGE SELECTION (A-Z, A-E, L, V)
MAX ERROR RATE (0-33) (%)
ALARM (SAR MSG) (ON, OFF)
ALARM (WARNING MSG) (ON, OFF)
RX MODE soft key (WX FAX, NAVTEX, FAX (TIMER) & NAV)
RX NOTICE soft key (ON, OFF)
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APPENDIX
MENU key
MENU
Key
EDIT WX
FAX
STATION
EDIT
NAVTEX
STATION
ZONE (0-9, 0)
STATION (0-9, 0)
CHANNEL (0-9, AUTO; 0)
REVERSE IMAGE (NORMAL, REVERSE)
FREQUENCY (80.0 kHz)
CALL SIGN (PRV)
STATION NAME
ADD NAVTEX STATION
NAV AREA (1-16, 1)
STATION NAME
518 kHz STATION ID1
518 kHz STATION ID2
490 kHz STATION ID1
490 kHz STATION ID2
STATION ID2
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
518 kHz STATION LIST
490 kHz STATION LIST
FAX-30
SYSTEM
SETUP
TEST
SIMULATION SETUP
CLEAR MEMORY (ICLEAR ALL IMAGES, CLEAR ALL
MESSAGES, CLEAR ALL MEMORY)
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APPENDIX
PC Menu tree
Facsimile menu tree
CHANNEL SETUP
ZONE (490 kHz, 518 kHz)
STATION
CHANNEL
FREQUENCY
TIMER SETUP (ON, OFF; timer programs)
EDIT STATION
LIST
ZONE
STATION
CHANNEL
REVERSE IMAGE (NORMAL, REVERSE)
FREQUENCY
CALL SIGN
STATION NAME
SYSTEM
SETUP
TEST
SIMULATION SETUP
CLEARMEMORY
WX FAX (SIMULATION, LIVE)
NAVTEX (SIMULATION, LIVE)
CLEAR ALL IMAGES (YES, NO)
CLEAR ALL MESSAGES (YES, NO)
CLEAR ALL MEMORY (YES, NO)
RX MODE (WX FAX, NAVTEX, FAX(TIMER) & NAVTEX)
AP-11
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APPENDIX
Navtex menu tree
RX SETUP
EDIT STATION LIST
FREQUENCY (490 kHz, 518 kHz)
STATION SELECTION MODE (MANUAL, AUTO)
STATION ID SELECTION (A-Z, all stations ON)
MESSAGE ID SELECTION (A-Z, A-E, L, V)
MAX. ERROR RATE (0-33%, 0)
NAV AREA (I-XVI, I)
STATION NAME
518kHz STATION ID1
518kHz STATION ID2
490kHz STATION ID1
490kHz STATION ID2
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
490 kHZ STATION LIST
518 kHz STATION LIST
SYSTEM SETUP (Same items as on the facsimile menu.)
RX MODE (Same items as on the facsimile menu.)
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SPECIFICATIONS OF FACSIMILE RECEIVER
FAX-30
1
GENERAL
1.1
Frequency
FAX LF
80-160 kHz
MF/HF
2-25 MHz
NAVTEX
490 kHz, 518 kHz
1.2
Number of Channels
1000
1.3
Receiving System
Double super heterodyne
1.4
Class of Emission
FAX: F3C/J3C, NAVTEX: F1B
1.5
Network Interface
Ethernet 10 BASE-T TCP/IP
2
POWER SUPPLY
12-24 VDC: 1.0-0.5 A
3
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION
3.1
Ambient Temperature
-15°C to +55°C
3.2
Relative Humidity
95% at +40°C
3.3
Waterproof
IPX2
3.4
Vibration
IEC 60945
4
COATING COLOR
N3.0
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A-1
PACKING LIST
08AV-X-9851 -2
1/1
FAX-30-J/E-AN
N A M E
ユニット
O U T L I N E
DESCRIPTION/CODE №
Q'TY
UNIT
FAX-30
ファクシミリ受画装置
1
FACSIMILE RECEIVER
000-057-102
予備品
SPARE PARTS
SP08-01901
FGBO 2A AC250V
ヒューズ
2
FUSE
000-549-020
工事材料
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
CP08-01701
5X20 SUS304 1シュ
+トラスタッピンネジ
4
+TAPPING SCREW
000-802-081
その他工材
OTHER INSTALLATION MATERIALS
MJ-A6SPF0014-050 *5M*
ケーブル組品MJ
1
CABLE ASSY.
000-144-422
MJ-A3SPF0024-035
ケーブル組品MJ
1
CABLE ASSY.
000-146-470
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DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY.)
C6260-Z01-B
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A-2
PACKING LIST
08AV-X-9852 -2
1/1
FAX-30-J/E-AP
N A M E
ユニット
O U T L I N E
DESCRIPTION/CODE №
Q'TY
UNIT
FAX-30
ファクシミリ受画装置
1
FACSIMILE RECEIVER
000-057-102
予備品
SPARE PARTS
SP08-01901
FGBO 2A AC250V
ヒューズ
2
FUSE
000-549-020
工事材料
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
CP08-01701
5X20 SUS304 1シュ
+トラスタッピンネジ
4
+TAPPING SCREW
000-802-081
その他工材
OTHER INSTALLATION MATERIALS
MJ-A6SPF/TM11AP8C050
ケーブル組品
1
CABLE ASSY.
000-146-289
MJ-A3SPF0024-035
ケーブル組品MJ
1
CABLE ASSY.
000-146-470
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DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY.)
C6260-Z02-B
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A-3
PACKING LIST
08AV-X-9853 -2
1/1
FAX-30-J/E-N
N A M E
ユニット
O U T L I N E
DESCRIPTION/CODE №
Q'TY
UNIT
FAX-30
ファクシミリ受画装置
1
FACSIMILE RECEIVER
000-057-102
予備品
SPARE PARTS
SP08-01901
FGBO 2A AC250V
ヒューズ
2
FUSE
000-549-020
工事材料
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
CP08-01701
5X20 SUS304 1シュ
+トラスタッピンネジ
4
+TAPPING SCREW
000-802-081
その他工材
OTHER INSTALLATION MATERIALS
MJ-A3SPF0024-035
ケーブル組品MJ
1
CABLE ASSY.
000-146-470
(略図の寸法は、参考値です。
DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY.)
C6260-Z03-B
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INDEX
A
Automatic fax receiving
starting (NavNet)..................................... 2-1
starting (PC)............................................ 3-1
stopping (NavNet)................................... 2-4
stopping (PC).......................................... 3-1
C
CCW soft key ............................................ 2-16
CH SETUP soft key .................................... 2-2
CHANNEL soft key ..................................... 2-3
CLEAR ALL soft key ..................................2-11
Clearing data
NavNet .................................................... 6-5
PC ........................................................... 6-6
COLOR soft key........................................ 2-15
Controls (NavNet) ....................................... 1-1
CW soft key............................................... 2-16
processing (PC).......................................3-5
saving (PC)..............................................3-9
FAX mode (NavNet) ....................................1-3
Fax station list...........................................AP-2
Fax station map........................................AP-1
I
Image color
NavNet...................................................2-15
PC............................................................3-8
Image format
NavNet...................................................2-15
PC............................................................3-8
L
LOCK IMAGE soft key...............................2-17
LOCK/ERASE soft key ..............................2-16
Logout..........................................................1-8
M
D
Diagnostics
NavNet .................................................... 6-3
PC ........................................................... 6-4
DISP key ..................................................... 1-3
E
EDIT COLOR soft key .............................. 2-15
ERASE IMAGE soft key............................ 2-16
Erasing fax images
NavNet .................................................. 2-16
PC ........................................................... 3-9
preventing erasure of (NavNet) ............ 2-17
preventing erasure of (PC) ................... 3-10
F
Fax channel addition
NavNet .................................................. 2-18
PC ..........................................................3-11
Fax images
displaying (NavNet) .............................. 2-12
displaying (PC) ....................................... 3-5
erasing (NavNet)................................... 2-16
erasing (PC)............................................ 3-9
preventing erasure of (NavNet) ............ 2-17
preventing erasure of (PC) ................... 3-10
processing (NavNet) ............................. 2-13
Maintenance................................................6-1
Manual fax receiving (NavNet)
starting.....................................................2-5
stopping ...................................................2-6
Menu tree .................................................AP-9
N
Navtex messages
categories................................................4-1
displaying (NavNet).................................4-6
displaying (PC) ........................................5-3
previewing (NavNet)................................4-5
Navtex setup
NavNet.....................................................4-2
PC............................................................5-2
Navtex stations
list of .....................................................AP-5
map of...................................................AP-4
Navtex stations
addition (NavNet) ....................................4-9
addition (PC) ...........................................5-5
editing (NavNet) ......................................4-9
editing (PC) .............................................5-6
erasing (PC) ............................................5-7
list (NavNet).............................................4-8
list (PC)....................................................5-4
NOISE REJECT soft key...........................2-14
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INDEX
Noise rejection
NavNet .................................................. 2-14
PC ........................................................... 3-7
P
Phase
NavNet .................................................. 2-13
PC ........................................................... 3-6
PHASE soft key ........................................ 2-13
PROG LIST soft key ..................................2-11
R
RCV NAVTEX soft key................................ 4-5
Receive mode
NavNet .................................................... 1-4
PC ........................................................... 1-8
Receive notification (NavNet) ..................... 1-5
REV IMAGE soft key ................................ 2-15
ROTATE soft key ...................................... 2-16
Rotating fax images
NavNet .................................................. 2-16
PC ........................................................... 3-9
RX MODE soft key...................................... 1-4
RX NOTICE soft key................................... 1-5
T
Timer operation
clearing all programs (NavNet) ............. 2-11
clearing all programs (PC) ......................3-4
setting (NavNet) ......................................2-7
setting (PC) .............................................3-2
turning on/off all program (NavNet)....... 2-11
turning on/off all programs (PC)..............3-4
turning on/off specific
programs (NavNet)............................ 2-11
turning on/off specific programs (PC) .....3-4
TIMER SETUP soft key............................. 2-11
TIMER soft key............................................2-7
Z
ZONE soft key .............................................2-2
Zoom
NavNet...................................................2-16
PC............................................................3-9
ZOOM IN soft key......................................2-16
ZOOM OUT soft key..................................2-16
S
Saving fax images (PC).............................. 3-9
SELECT IMAGE soft key.......................... 2-12
Simulation mode
NavNet .................................................... 6-8
PC ........................................................... 6-9
Standby display
PC ........................................................... 1-6
STATION soft key ....................................... 2-2
STOP RX soft key....................................... 2-4
Sync
NavNet .................................................. 2-14
PC ........................................................... 3-7
SYNC soft key........................................... 2-14
System configuration ..................................... ix
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