Specifications | Furuno FAX-30 Fax Machine User Manual

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PUB.No. OME-43920
( YOSH ) GD/GP-3300
: JUL. 22,2002
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
WARNING
Keep heater away from equipment.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Do not open the equipment.
A heater can melt the equipment’s power
cord, which can cause fire or electrical
shock.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
Use the proper fuse.
Immediately turn off the power at the
switchboard if water leaks into the
equipment or something is dropped in
the equipment.
Fuse rating is shown on the equipment.
Use of a wrong fuse can result in equipment
damage.
Continued use of the equipment can cause
fire or electrical shock. Contact a FURUNO
agent for service.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can
result.
Do not place liquid-filled containers on
the top of the equipment.
Fire or electrical shock can result if a liquid
spills into the equipment.
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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About the TFT LCD
CAUTION
The TFT LCD is constructed using the
latest LCD techniques, and displays
99.99% of its pixels. The remaining 0.01%
of the pixels may drop out or blink, however this is not an indication of malfunction.
Do not use the equipment for other than
its intended purpose.
Use of the equipment as a stepping stool,
for example, can result in personal injury
or equipment damage.
No one navigation device should ever be
solely replied upon for the navigation of
a vessel.
Always confirm position against all available
aids to navigation, for safety of vessel and
crew.
A warning label is attached to the equipment. Do not remove the label. If the
label is missing or illegible, contact
a FURUNO agent or dealer.
WARNING
To avoid electrical shock, do not
remove cover. No user-serviceable
parts inside.
Name: Warning Label (1)
Type: 86-003-1011-0
Code No.: 100-236-230
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD .......................................................................................................................... vi
MENU TREE ........................................................................................................................ viii
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................ ix
OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.1 Control Description ............................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2 Inserting Chart Cards ............................................................................................................. 1-2
1.3 Turning the Power On/Off ..................................................................................................... 1-3
1.4 The Trackball ......................................................................................................................... 1-4
1.5 The Cursor ............................................................................................................................. 1-4
1.6 Shifting the Display ............................................................................................................... 1-5
1.7 Returning Own Ship Marker to Screen Center ...................................................................... 1-5
1.8 Selecting Screen Center by Cursor Position .......................................................................... 1-6
1.9 Chart Scale ............................................................................................................................. 1-7
1.10 Display Brilliance and Key Backlighting ............................................................................ 1-7
1.11 Card Drives, Chart Cards ..................................................................................................... 1-8
1.12 The Data Window .............................................................................................................. 1-12
1.13 Display Modes ................................................................................................................... 1-13
1.14 Menu Operation ................................................................................................................. 1-14
1.15 Operation on the Display ................................................................................................... 1-16
1.16 Operational Status Icons .................................................................................................... 1-17
1.17 Economy Mode ................................................................................................................. 1-17
1.18 Plot Mode Displays ........................................................................................................... 1-18
1.19 Setting the Time and Date ................................................................................................. 1-20
TRACK
2.1 Stopping Track Recording ..................................................................................................... 2-1
2.2 Track Color ............................................................................................................................ 2-2
2.3 Changing Color, Appearance of Specific Track .................................................................... 2-2
2.4 Deleting Track ....................................................................................................................... 2-4
2.5 Track Plotting Interval ........................................................................................................... 2-6
2.6 Customizing the Hold Function ............................................................................................. 2-8
2.7 Customizing the PLOT INTVL Key ..................................................................................... 2-9
MARKS, LINES
3.1 Entering Marks ...................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2 Changing Current Mark Color ............................................................................................... 3-2
3.3 Changing Shape, Color of Specific Marks ............................................................................ 3-3
3.4 Deleting Marks ...................................................................................................................... 3-4
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3.5 External Event Mark .............................................................................................................. 3-5
3.6 Target Mark ........................................................................................................................... 3-5
3.7 Lines ...................................................................................................................................... 3-5
WAYPOINTS
4.1 Entering Waypoints ............................................................................................................... 4-2
4.2 Entering a Comment for a Waypoint ..................................................................................... 4-5
4.3 Turning Specific Waypoint Displays On/Off......................................................................... 4-6
4.4 Deleting Waypoints ............................................................................................................... 4-7
4.5 Destination Waypoint ............................................................................................................ 4-8
4.6 Cancelling Destination Waypoint ........................................................................................ 4-12
ROUTE NAVIGATION
5.1 Creating Routes ..................................................................................................................... 5-2
5.2 Following a Route ................................................................................................................. 5-5
5.3 Temporarily Deselecting a Route Waypoint .......................................................................... 5-6
5.4 Deleting Route Waypoints ..................................................................................................... 5-7
5.5 Cancelling Route Navigation................................................................................................. 5-8
5.6 Route Calculation .................................................................................................................. 5-9
ALARMS
6.1 Arrival Alarm, Anchor Watch Alarm ..................................................................................... 6-1
6.2 XTE Alarm, Border Alarm .................................................................................................... 6-3
6.3 Ship’s Speed Alarm ............................................................................................................... 6-4
6.4 When the Alarm Buzzer Sounds... ......................................................................................... 6-5
VIDEO PILOT DISPLAY, NAVIGATION DATA DISPLAY
7.1 Video Pilot Display ................................................................................................................ 7-1
7.2 Navigation Data Display ....................................................................................................... 7-4
AUTOPILOT DATA
8.1 Features Available with Autopilot Connection ...................................................................... 8-1
8.2 Autopilot Information on Plot Display .................................................................................. 8-2
8.3 Autopilot Information on Video Pilot Display ...................................................................... 8-3
MEMORY CARD OPERATIONS
9.1 Formatting Memory Cards .................................................................................................... 9-1
9.2 Saving Data to Memory Cards .............................................................................................. 9-2
9.3 Playing Back Memory Cards ................................................................................................. 9-4
9.4 Saving, Playing Back Initial Settings .................................................................................... 9-5
9.5 Editing Memory Cards .......................................................................................................... 9-6
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GPS RECEIVER OPERATION (GP-3300)
10.1 GPS Information on the Navigation Data Display ............................................................ 10-1
10.2 GPS and DGPS Initial Settings ......................................................................................... 10-3
10.3 Satellite Force Health/Deselection .................................................................................... 10-5
10.4 GPS Smoothing ................................................................................................................. 10-6
10.5 Cold Start ........................................................................................................................... 10-8
10.6 Geodetic Datum ................................................................................................................. 10-9
10.7 Correcting GPS Position .................................................................................................... 10-9
OTHER FUNCTIONS
11.1 Displaying Position in Loran TDs ..................................................................................... 11-1
11.2 Bearing Display Reference ................................................................................................ 11-2
11.3 Magnetic Deviation ........................................................................................................... 11-3
11.4 Changing Chart Appearance .............................................................................................. 11-4
11.5 Correcting Chart Position .................................................................................................. 11-5
11.6 Loran TD Correction ......................................................................................................... 11-7
11.7 Calculating R/B Between Two Points ............................................................................... 11-8
11.8 Locking Preferred Settings .............................................................................................. 11-10
11.9 Memory Capacity ............................................................................................................ 11-10
11.10 Apportioning the Memory ............................................................................................. 11-12
11.11 Reading Number of Track, Marks Used ........................................................................ 11-13
11.12 Smoothing ...................................................................................................................... 11-14
11.13 Selecting Navaid ............................................................................................................ 11-15
11.14 Track, Mark and Marker Attributes ............................................................................... 11-16
11.15 Chart Symbols, Contour Lines Attributes ...................................................................... 11-19
MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING
12.1 Preventive Maintenance .................................................................................................... 12-1
12.2 Diagnostic Tests ................................................................................................................. 12-2
12.3 Error Messages .................................................................................................................. 12-5
12.4 Replacement of Fuse ......................................................................................................... 12-7
12.5 Replacement of Batteries ................................................................................................... 12-8
12.6 Verifying Program Version No. ......................................................................................... 12-9
12.7 Troubleshooting Table ..................................................................................................... 12-10
12.8 Clearing Memories .......................................................................................................... 12-12
APPENDIX
Time Differences ........................................................................................................................ A-1
Geodetic Chart List ..................................................................................................................... A-2
SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................................... SP-1
INDEX ............................................................................................................................... Index-1
Declaration of Conformity
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FOREWORD
A Word to FURUNO GD-3300/GP-3300 Owners
FURUNO Electric Company thanks you for considering and purchasing the FURUNO GD-3300/GP-3300. We are confident you will discover why FURUNO has become synonymous with quality and
reliability.
For over 40 years FURUNO Electric Company has enjoyed an enviable reputation for efficient and dependable marine electronics equipment. This dedication to excellence is furthered by our extensive global
network of agents and dealers.
Your unit is designed and manufactured to meet the rigorous demands
of the marine environment. However, no machine can perform to the
utmost of its ability unless properly operated and maintained. Please
carefully read and follow the recommended procedures for operation
and maintenance.
We would appreciate hearing from you, the end-user, about whether
we are achieving our purposes.
Thank you for considering and purchasing FURUNO.
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Features
The GD-3300 and the GP-3300 mostly share the same features. The
GP-3300 is additionally equipped with a GPS receiver and a GPS
antenna, to receive and process GPS satellite signals.
Navigation data appear on a high-resolution 10.4-inch color LCD.
Data shown are shp’s position in latitude and longitude, speed and
course, cursor position, range and bearing to cursor, range and bearing to a waypoint.
The display unit is powered by a 12 V or 24 VDC power supply.
• GP-3300 accepts connection of DGPS Beacon Receiver
• NAVIONICS chart card compatible
• Alarms: Arrival alarm, Anchor Watch alarm, Cross-track Error
alarm, Border alarm, Ship’s Speed alarm
• Large capacity memory: 8,000 points of tracks and marks, 98
waypoints, 10 routes with 15 waypoints per route
• Comprehensive navigation display of alphanumeric navigation
data plus automatic track plotting
• Economy mode reduces power consumption – LCD is turned off
while receiver/processor keeps updating data.
• Factory-digitized electronic charts on ROM cards.
• Memory cards for storage of track, waypoints, marks
• Menu-driven operation
• Navigation planning from/to waypoint or route
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MENU TREE
MENU
1 WAYPOINT
5 DISPLAY MEMORY CARD
2 ROUTE
6 CORRECT POSITION
3 SAVE DATA TO MEMORY CARD
7 APPORTION/DELETE MEMORY
1 TRACK
1 APPORTION MEMORY
2 MARK/LINE
2 DELETE TRACK
3 WAYPOINT/ROUTE
3 DELETE MARK
4 INITIAL SETTINGS
8 INITIAL SETTINGS (See below.)
7 DELETE MEMORY CARD DATA
8 FORMAT MEMORY CARD
9 MISC
9 SELECT CARD SLOT
1 EDIT TRACK/MARK
( 1 UPPER 2 LOWER)
2
4 LOAD MEMORY CARD
CALCULATE
RANGE/BEARING
6 SPECIAL
1 TRACK
2 MARK/LINE
7
SELECT MARKS/
CONTOUR LINE
8
CLEAR
MEMORY
3 WAYPOINT/ROUTE
4 INITIAL SETTINGS
1
CLEAR SCREEN
DATA
2
CLEAR ALL GD
DATA
3
CLEAR GPS
DATA
9 SELECT CARD SLOT
( 1 UPPER 2 LOWER)
4 CLEAR ALL DATA
INITIAL SETTINGS, page 1
INTERNAL NAV
EXTERNAL NAV
I/O DATA FORMAT
L/L SMOOTHING
PLOT INTERVAL 1
PLOT INTERVAL 2
WAYPOINT MARK
EVENT MARK
TRACK(HOLD PLOT)
LINE (HOLD PLOT)
MAGNETIC DEVIATION
BEARING
COURSE VECTOR
MARK SIZE
CURSOR SIZE
OWN SHIP MARK
TRACK WIDTH
RANGE UNIT
VTD AVG TIME
DATE
TIME
EXTERNAL CLOCK
AUTOPILOT DISPLAY
TD INDICATION
INITIAL SETTINGS, page 2 (GPS settings)
POSITION FIXING MODE
GEODETIC DATUM
HDOP THRESHOLD
TIME DIFFERENCE
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
DELTA LATITUDE
DELTA LONGITUDE
SMOOTHING
ANTENNA HEIGHT
COLD START
CST SATELLITE NO.
MIN. ELEVATION ANGLE
DESELECT SAT NO.
D.GPS MODE
RTCM VER
BYTE FORM
FIRST BIT
PARITY BIT
STOP BIT
BIT RATE
BAUD RATES
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9 SELF TEST
1
MEMORY • I/O
PORT
2 KEYBOARD
3
TEST
PATTERN 1
4
TEST
PATTERN 2
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
GPS ANTENNA UNIT
GPA-017S
(For GP-3300)
GPS PLOTTER
MODE
VIDEO
PLOT PILOT
NAV
DATA MANU
SELECT
FR/TO
WPT ROUTE
CHART TRACK
COLOR
ALARM
PLOT MARK
INTVL COLOR
EVENT
Differential GPS
Receiver GR-80*
(GP-3300 only)
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
C
L
R
E
N
T
0
CURSOR ZOOM
ON/OFF
IN
ZOOM
OUT
CEN
TER
BRILL
ECONO
Navigator (for GD-3300)
Video Sounder
Radar
Autopilot
Event Switch
POWER
ON
OFF
DISPLAY UNIT
GP-3300-E/ GD-3300-E
Rectifier
PR-62
: Option
: Connectable external equipment
SHIP’S MAINS
10.8 - 31.2 VDC
100/110/220/230 VAC
50/60 Hz
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* Cannot be connected to GD-3300.
OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
This chapter acquaints you with the basics of your unit – from turning on the power to entering the time and date.
1.1 Control Description
The keyboard consists of 40 logically arranged keys. The unit confirms correct key input by releasing a single beep. Invalid key input
is denoted by a series of beeps.
GPS PLOTTER
MODE
VIDEO
PLOT PILOT
NAV
DATA MANU
SELECT
FR/TO
WPT ROUTE
CHART TRACK
COLOR
ALARM
PLOT MARK
INTVL COLOR
EVENT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
CURSOR ZOOM
ON/OFF
IN
C
L
R
Keyboard
E
N
T
ZOOM
OUT
CEN
TER
BRILL
ECONO
Trackball
POWER
ON
OFF
Power switch
Card slot
Memory card (upper)
Electronic chart card (lower)
Figure 1-1 Display unit
1-1
Table 1-1 Control description
Key/Control
Function
PLOT
Selects plot display. Also functions to turn on/off data displays.
VIDEO PILOT
Selects video pilot display. Also functions to turn on/off data displays.
NAV DATA
Selects navigation data display.
MENU
Opens/closes menu; displays previous screen.
FR/TO
Sets/cancels destination waypoint.
WPT
Registers waypoints.
ROUTE
Registers routes.
ALARM
Displays alarm menu.
CHART
Changes attributes of factory-digitized electronic chart.
TRACK COLOR
Changes track color.
PLOT INTVL
Each press selects a plot interval or stops recording track.
MARK COLOR
Changes mark color.
MARK Keys and EVENT
Enters mark/line. (EVENT: Outputs ship’s position to navigator when
pressed.)
Numeric Keys
Enter numeric data.
CLR
Clears an entire line of data; deletes mark or waypoint; silences
audible alarm.
ENT
Terminates keyboard input.
[+]
Changes latitude coordinate to North or East; turns on waypoint
display; selects route points.
[-]
Changes longitude coordinate to South or West; turns off waypoint
display; deselects route points.
CURSOR ON/OFF
Turns cursor on/off.
ZOOM IN
ZOOM OUT
Change chart scale.
Changes position indication method (L/L or Loran TDs); scrolls page.
Note: This key appears on menu displays as "Change key."
CENTER
Returns own ship marker/cursor to screen center.
Arrow Keys
Shift display and cursor.
BRILL ECONO
Adjusts screen brilliance and keyboard backlighting. Also functions to
turn on/off the economy mode (press and hold down until the LCD
turns off).
1.2 Inserting Chart Cards
Normally, insert appropriate chart card before turning on the power.
1. Open the card drive cover.
Figure 1-2 Opening chart slot
1-2
2. Insert the electronic chart card which contains a chart of your sea
area into the lower card drive.
Figure 1-3 Inserting chart card
Note: Always close the card drive cover to keep humidity and water
out of the drive.
1.3 Turning the Power On/Off
Turning the power on
Press the [POWER] switch at bottom left-hand side of the unit. You
will hear a “peep” when turning on the power. To turn off the power
press the switch again.
After turning on the power the display changes in the sequence illustrated in Figure 1-4. About 20 seconds later accurate own ship’s position is displayed in case of the GP-3300.
GPS PLOTTER
MODE
VIDEO
PLOT PILOT
NAV
DATA MANU
SELECT
FR/TO
WPT ROUTE
CHART TRACK
COLOR
ALARM
PLOT MARK
INTVL COLOR
EVENT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
CURSOR ZOOM
ON/OFF
IN
C
L
R
E
N
T
ZOOM
OUT
CEN
TER
BRILL
ECONO
POWER
ON
OFF
Power switch
Figure 1-4 GD-3300/GP-3300
For the GP-3300, at the first power application after installation, it
takes about two minutes to acquire GPS satellite data, called the almanac. While the unit is acquiring the almanac, the indication “CST”
appears at the top of the display. “CST” is replaced by “2D” or “ACQ”
after the almanac is acquired. If the vessel has moved more than 600
miles with the system turned off, reenter estimated position on the
GPS INITIAL SETTINGS menu (key sequence: [MENU], [8], [ ]).
If asterisks appear instead of ship’s position data, this means there is
no navigation input. Check to make sure proper navigation aid is
selected on the INITIAL SETTINGS menu (keying sequence:
[MENU], [8]).
1-3
1.4 The Trackball
The main function of the trackball is to
shift the cursor and the display. The display may be shifted when the cursor is
turned off; the cursor when it is turned on.
Figure 1-5 Operating the trackball,
shifting the picture (cursor off)
1.5 The Cursor
The cursor functions to
• Find latitude and longitude of a location
• Find range and bearing from your ship to position selected
• Enter and erase marks, lines and waypoints
Note: You can select cursor configuration (cross hairs or entire screen
cursor) on the INITIAL SETTINGS menu (keying sequence:
[MENU], [8]). The default cursor configuration is the cross hairs.
Turning the cursor on/off
Each press of the [CURSOR ON/OFF] key turns the cursor on/off.
With the cursor on, operate the trackball or the arrow keys to shift the
cursor. Use the trackball for general placement and the arrow keys
for fine tuning. The cursor moves in the direction of the trackball
moves. When the cursor reaches the edge of the display, the display
shifts in the opposite direction.
Figure 1-6 Shifting the cursor
1-4
Cursor information
Cursor position in latitude and longitude and the range and bearing
from your ship to the cursor appear in the data window at the top of
the display.
Cursor position
+36° 44.257’ N 340.5°
134° 40.719’ E 10.0KTS
40
1.46NM
109.8°
0.10NM
2D
1.2
Cursor range
Cursor bearing
42
Cursor
Figure 1-7 Location of cursor information
1.6 Shifting the Display
The display can be shifted, when the cursor is off, by the trackball or
arrow keys. The display shifts in the direction of trackball rotation or
arrow key pressed. Note that this function is only available with
FURUNO chart cards.
1.7 Returning Own Ship Marker to Screen Center
You can return the own ship marker to the screen center by pressing
the [CENTER] key. This function is only available with FURUNO
chart cards.
1-5
1.8 Selecting Screen Center by Cursor Position
In normal usage your ship is at the screen center. This function is
only available with FURUNO chart cards.
If you want to select a land feature as the screen center, do the following:
1. Display the cursor (if it is not already displayed) by pressing the
[CURSOR ON/OFF] key.
2. Operate the trackball to place cursor on position desired.
3. Press the [CENTER] key.
CENTER
Figure 1-8 How to select screen center
1-6
1.9 Chart Scale
The chart scale can be adjusted with the [ZOOM IN] and [ZOOM
OUT] keys. Note that the [ZOOM IN] key shrinks the picture, and
the [ZOOM OUT] key “blows up” the picture. With a smaller range,
you may find that the track appears in tiers.
The horizontal range of the display in nautical miles appears at the
top right-hand corner of the Data Display. Whenever the scale is
changed the new range appears momentarily at the screen center.
Horizontal range (123.4 NM)
DATA DISPLAY (2)
34° 44.258’ N 340.5° 123.4NM
134° 40.719’ E 341.2°
0’ 10"
GPS 1.2
123.4NM
Horizontal range
Figure 1-9 Location of chart scale indications
1.10 Display Brilliance and Key Backlighting
The [BRILL ECONO] key adjusts display screen brilliance and keyboard backlighting in seven levels including off.
1-7
1.11 Card Drives, Chart Cards
Card drives
Two card drives are behind the card drive door: the upper slot is for
memory cards which store display data (waypoints, tracks, and marks),
and the lower slot is for digitized chart cards.
Displaying an electronic chart with the power
turned on
Follow the procedure below to display an electronic chart with the
power turned on.
1. Open the card slot door.
Figure 1-10 Opening card slot door
2. Insert chart card label side up in the lower slot.
This side up.
FURUNO
Card
NAVIONICS
Card
Figure 1-11 Inserting chart card
3. Close the card slot door.
4. Press [ZOOM IN] or [ZOOM OUT] key to display chart.
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Ejecting the chart card
Press the eject button.
Figure 1-12 Removing chart card
Care and handling of the cards
• Keep the cards away from direct sunlight, heat sources, and active
gases.
• Keep cards away from water and chemicals.
• Keep the connector free of foreign material.
• Do not drop the cards.
Chart card troubleshooting
• Chart does not disappear after removing card.
Operate [ZOOM IN] or [ZOOM OUT] key.
• Card inserted but chart does not appear.
Operate [ZOOM IN] and [ZOOM OUT] keys.
• Small island or object is not filled in (it is hollow).
Operate [ZOOM IN] and [ZOOM OUT] keys.
• Part of land on video pilot display is hollow.
Shift display.
• Land areas on a chart are hollow.
Chart overenlarged. Operate [ZOOM IN] key.
1-9
Chart icons
The display shows three different icons to alert the operator to chart
status. These are as described in Table 1-2.
Table 1-2 Chart icons
Icon
Reason Displayed
Remedy
• Card is not inserted
properly.
• Chart scale is too small.
• Insert card.
• Enlarge chart by [ZOOM
IN] key.
• This icon means the chart is displayed properly; full
chart reliability.
• This icon means poor
chart reliability because
chart is overenlarged.
Use chart with extreme
caution.
Shrink chart by [ZOOM
OUT] key.
FURUNO chart symbols
The table below shows FURUNO chart symbols and their meanings.
Table 1-3 FURUNO chart symbols
Symbol
Description
Description
Summit
Position of
Sounding
Wreck
Obstruction
Lighthouse
Fishing Reef
Lighted Buoy
Platform
Buoy
Anchorage
Radio Station
1-10
Symbol
Comparison of FURUNO, NAVIONICS chart cards
Table 1-4 Comparison of FURUNO, NAVIONICS chart cards
Item
FURUNO
NAVIONICS
Dot scrolling
capability
YES
NO
(only 256 dots can
be scrolled at once)
Course-up display
YES
NO
Lighthouse, buoy
data presentation
NO
YE S
Zoom at cursor
position
YES
*1
Range at Equator
1, 1.5, 2, 3, 4, 6,
8, 12...8192 nm
0.125, 0.25, 0.5, 1,
2, 4, 8...1024 nm
Chart offset data entry YES
NO
Centering
*2
YES
*1: The cursor may not be centered.
*2: The own ship position may not be centered perfectly.
Buoy, lighthouse data display on NAVIONICS
charts
NAVIONICS chart cards can show buoy and lighthouse data.
1. Insert a NAVIONICS chart card in the lower slot. Buoys and lighthouses are shown on the chart as in the figure below.
Lighthouse
Buoy
Figure 1-13 Appearance of lighthouse and buoy
on Navionics chart
2. Place the cursor on a buoy or lighthouse mark to display data
about that mark.
FL 12S 27M
Buoy, lighthouse
data
Place the cursor on a
buoy or lighthouse mark.
Figure 1-14 Buoy, lighthouse data
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FL (2)
12S
15M
Visibility in nautical miles
(Example: 15 miles)
Period in seconds (Example: 12 seconds)
Number of flashes (Example: 2)
FL : Flashing
F
: Fixed light
F FL : Fixed and Flashing light
MO : Morse code light
Oc : Occulting light
Figure 1-15 How to interpret buoy, lighthouse data
1.12 The Data Window
The data window at the top of the display shows various navigation
information. What information is displayed depends on whether the
cursor is on or off and the status of the [PLOT] key or [VIDEO PILOT] key. Figures 1-16 and 1-17 show what appears in the data window under those conditions.
Data shown when cursor is on
DATA DISPLAY (1)
+ CURSOR LAT
CURSOR LON
RANGE TO CURSOR
BEARING TO CURSOR
PLOTTING INTERVAL
NAVIGATOR/HDOP
HEADING
SPEED
PLOT
PLOT
DATA DISPLAY (2)
+ CURSOR LAT
CURSOR LON
NO DISPLAY
CURSOR BEARING CHART SCALE
SHIP'S HEADING
PLOTING INTERVAL
NAVIGATOR/HDOP
PLOT
Figure 1-16 Information displayed in data window when cursor is on
1-12
Data shown when cursor is off
DATA DISPLAY (1)
YOUR SHIP LAT
HEADING
YOUR SHIP LON
SPEED
RANGE TO DESTINATION
BEARING TO DESTINATION
PLOTTING INTERVAL
NAVIGATOR/HDOP
NO. DATA WHEN
DESTINATION
WAYPOINT NOT
SELECTED
PLOT
PLOT
DATA DISPLAY (2)
NO DISPLAY
YOUR SHIP LAT
BEARING TO CHART SCALE
DESTINATION
YOUR SHIP LON
HEADING
PLOTTING INTERVAL
NAVIGATOR/HDOP
PLOT
Figure 1-17 Information displayed in data window when cursor is off
1.13 Display Modes
Your plotter has three display modes: Plot, Video Pilot, and Navigation Data. You may select those modes with the [PLOT], [VIDEO
PILOT], and [NAV DATA] keys, respectively.
Plot mode description
This mode provides general positioning information and shows
•
•
•
•
•
•
latitude and longitude grid
own ship mark
factory-digitized chart
ship’s track
marks, and
waypoints.
Video pilot mode description
The video pilot mode provides ship piloting information and features
the following.
•
•
•
•
Own ship mark is triangle shaped and shows bow bearing.
Grid shows distance in nautical miles from own ship.
Course up display
ETA and TTG to waypoint
Nav data mode description
This display shows navigation data such as
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•
•
•
•
Speed
Course
Data from external sensors (water temperature, depth, etc.)
Position, and
GPS satellite information (GP-3300 only).
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1.14 Menu Operation
Menu operation versus key operation
Many functions of your plotter can be executed through the menu or
by pressing the key associated with function desired. For example,
you can enter a waypoint by pressing the [WPT] key, or [MENU] and
[1].
To display the menu, press the [MENU] key to display the Main menu.
To select a menu, press appropriate numeric key.
MENU
1 WAYPOINT
2 ROUTE
3 SAVE DATA TO MEMORY CARD
4 LOAD MEMORY CARD
5 DISPLAY MEMORY CARD
6 CORRECT POSITION
7 APPORTION/DELETE MEMORY
8 INITIAL SETTINGS
9 MISC
SELECT BY USING NUMBER KEY.
Figure 1-18 Main menu
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Main menu description
Table 1-5 Main menu description
Menu Menu
No.
Function
1
WAYPOINT
Registers waypoint by latitude and longitude; edits/deletes waypoint,
displays waypoint list.
2
ROUTE
Displays route list.
3
SAVE DATA TO
MEMORY CARD
Saves desired display component to memory card.
1. TRACK: Save track.
2. MARK/LINE: Save marks/lines.
3. WAYPOINT/ROUTE: Save waypoint/route.
4. INITIAL SETTINGS: Save initial settings.
7. DELETE MEMORY CARD DATA: Delete file on memory card.
8. FORMAT MEMORY CARD: Prepare memory card for use with system.
9. SELECT CARD SLOT: Select memory card slot to use.
4
LOAD MEMORY
CARD
Loads memory card.
1. TRACK: Loads track.
2. MARK/LINE: Loads marks/lines.
3. WAYPOINT/ROUTE: Loads waypoints/routes.
4. INITIAL SETTINGS: Load initial settings.
9. SELECT CARD SLOT: Selects memory card slot to use.
5
DISPLAY MEMORY
CARD
Plays back memory card. (Note that display is not cleared.)
6
CORRECT POSITION Corrects chart position error.
7
APPORTION/DELETE Apportions deletes memory.
MEMORY
1. APPORTION MEMORY: Apportions memory between track and marks.
Total capacity for marks and track is 8,000 points.
2. DELETE TRACK: Deletes all track.
3. DELETE MARK: Deletes all marks.
8
INITIAL SETTINGS
Displays INITIAL SETTINGS menu.
9
MISC
1. EDIT TRACK/MARK: Edit, delete track/marks.
2. CALCULATE RANGE/BEARING: Calculates range and bearing
between two points.
6. SPECIAL
1) TIME MARK: Turns time mark on or off.
2) EVENT MARK WINDOW: Turns mark infomation window on
video pilot display on/off.
3) ROUTE LINE: Connects/disconnects route waypoints.
4) SCREEN SCALE: Selects chart scale for distance or scale.
5) AP DATA FORMAT: Selects autopilot data format.
7. SELECT MARKS/CONTOUR LINE: Selects color of chart marks
and contours lines and turn them on/off.
8. CLEAR MEMORY
1) CLEAR SCREEN DATA: Clears current display.
2) CLEAR ALL GD DATA: Clears GD data.
3) CLEAR GPS DATA: Clears GPS receiver data (GP-3300 only).
only).
4) CLEAR ALL DATA: Clears both GD and GPS data (GP-3300
only).
9. SELF TEST
1) MEMORY/I/O PORT: Checks memories and I/O ports.
2) KEYBOARD: Tests keyboard.
3) TEST PATTERN 1: Tests for color dropout.
4) TEST PATTERN 2: Tests for color destortion.
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1.15 Operation on the Display
Selecting items
As you move the item selection cursor (red triangle) down through a
menu by pressing [↑]/[↓], the option selection cursor, initially colored in light-blue, changes to red. This indicates current selection for
line selected.
Selecting options
To select options;
1. Press [↑]/[↓] to place the item selection cursor on the item you
want to change.
2. Press [←]/[→] to place the option selection cursor on the option
desired.
Entering data
The reverse video “square” on the display is the data input cursor.
Press [←]/[→] to locate the cursor where you want to enter data, and
then enter appropriate data with the numeric keys. The entry of the
leading zero is necessary, but the entry of trailing zeroes is optional.
For example, if you want to enter 7, press [0] and [7].
Summary of menu operation
Figure 1-19 shows how to select items and options on the DESTINATION SETTING menu, which appears by pressing the [FR/TO] key.
OPTION SELECTION CURSOR
This cursor, which moves by
and , shows current selection.
DESTINATION SETTING
DATA INPUT CURSOR
This cursor selects
location to enter data.
ITEM SELECTION CURSOR
This cursor, which moves
by and , selects
line to select or enter data.
DEST
= SET
CANCEL
MODE
= CURSOR
WAYPOINT
WPT NO. = 0 0 + _ _ + _ _ + _ _ + _ _ + _ _ + _ _
+__+__+__+__+__+__+__
ENTER WAYPOINT NO.
This box provides abbreviated
instructions.
Figure 1-19 DESTINATION SETTING menu
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ROUTE
R/B
1.16 Operational Status Icons
Various icons at the bottom right-hand corner of the display to alert
the operator to operational status. Table 1-6 explains the meanings of
these icons.
Table 1-6 Operational status icons
Chart data reliable.
Chart overenlarged; chart data
may be unreliable.
H
Track recording turned off (track
hold).
Chart overenlarged or wrong
chart.
Alarm violation. Icon disappears
when alarm is disengaged or
cause of alarm is removed.
Low voltage of memory card
battery or battery on GDC Board;
replace battery at earliest
convenience.
L
Chart position offset applied on
CORRECT POSITION menu.
L
L/L position offset applied on
GPS INITIAL SETTINGS menu
(GP-3300 only).
1.17 Economy Mode
The economy mode turns off the LCD to lessen power consumption
(GD-3300: 13 W → 6W, GP-3300: 15 W → 8W). The track is continually recorded and plotted. To turn the economy mode on press
and hold down the [BRILL ECONO] key about three seconds. The
lamp on the key lights when the economy mode is on. To turn off the
economy mode, press the key again.
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1.18 Plot Mode Displays
Information displayed on the plot display depends on whether the
cursor is on or off. Figures 1-20 and 1-21 show sample plot displays
with the cursor on and off, respectively.
Plot display when cursor is on
Cursor bearing
Mark cursor
+36° 44.257’ N 140.50° 35.92NM
134° 40.719’ E 50.5°
Horizontal range
Plotting interval
Navigator/HDOP
0.10NM
2D
1.1
Heading
PLOT
Heading
Ship’s speed
Cursor latitude
Cursor longitude
+36° 44.257’ N 50.5°
134° 40.719’ E 10.0KTS
40
1.46NM
140.50°
0.10NM
2D
1.1
42
Cursor range
Cursor bearing
Plotting interval
Navigator/HDOP
MARK
COURSE
VECTOR
MARK
MARK
6
48
DESINATION
WAYPOINT
(SELECTED BY
CURSOR)
IDEAL COURSE TO
DESTINATION
WAYPOINT
07
OWN SHIP
MARK
Target data
from radar
MARK
CURSOR
44
PLUS MARK
+
TRACK
LINE
WAYPOINT
08
MARK
1
H
L
L
Icon
Figure 1-20 Plot display, cursor on
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Plot display when cursor is off
Bearing to destination
Mark cursor
36° 44.257’ N 59.8°
134° 40.719’ E 50.5°
35.92NM
0.10NM
GPS 1.2
Horizontal range
Plotting interval
Navigator/HDOP
Heading
PLOT
Heading
Ship’s speed
Ship’s latitude
Ship’s longitude
36° 44.257’ N 50.5°
134° 40.719’ E 10.0KTS
40
1.46NM
59.8°
0.10NM
2D
1.2
42
MARK
COURSE
VECTOR
MARK
MARK
6
48
DESINATION
WAYPOINT
(SELECTED BY
CURSOR)
IDEAL COURSE TO
DESTINATION
Range to destination*
Bearing to destination*
Plotting interval
Navigator/HDOP
*: No waypoint data
when destination
waypoint is not
selected.
WAYPOINT
07
OWN SHIP
MARK
MARK
CURSOR
44
PLUS MARK
+
TRACK
LINE
WAYPOINT
08
MARK
1
H
L
L
Figure 1-21 Plot display, cursor off
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1.19 Setting the Time and Date
The internal clock marks time and is used to perform navigation calculations (for example, time-to-go). Set the clock and the date as follows:
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [8] key to display the INITIAL SETTINGS menu.
8 INITIAL SETTINGS
VTD AVG TIME
= 10MIN
DATE
= 1998-04-00 (YYYY-MM-DD)
TIME
= 10: 01: 50
EXTERNAL CLOCK
= ON
OFF
AUTOPILOT DISPLAY = ON
OFF
TD INDICATION
LC
= LA
OFF
Figure 1-22 INITIAL SETTINGS menu
3. Select DATE.
4. Enter date; year, month and day in that order. Enter year in four
digits and month and day in two each. To enter April 10, 1998,
for example, press [1], [9], [9], [8], [0], [4], [1], [0].
5. Select TIME.
6. Enter hour, minute and seconds in two digits each. To enter 18:30,
for example, press [1], [8], [3], [0], [0], [0].
7. Press the [ENT] key.
Note: The time on the navigation data display is updated continually
by the internal clock but the time display on the INITIAL SETTINGS
menu is not updated.
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TRACK
2.1 Stopping Track Recording
When your ship is at anchor or returning to port you probably will
not need to record the track. You can stop recording the track, to
conserve the track memory, by activating the “hold” function. The
track is displayed but not recorded, thereby conserving the track
memory.
Press the [PLOT INTVL] key to display HOLD. The indications
“HOLD” and “H” appear on the display. The track is traced on the
display but is not stored. To resume plotting press the key again.
“HOLD” and “H” disappear.
+36° 44.257’ N 340.5°
134° 40.719’ E 10.0KTS
1.46NM
109.8°
HOLD
2D
1.2
H
HOLD indication
"H" icon
Figure 2-1 Location of “HOLD” indication
When the display is redrawn (by operating the [ZOOM IN], [ZOOM
OUT] keys, for example) the track is not traced while a control is
operated. When a control is released a line connects between position
when control was operated and position when control was released.
(a) Track displayed (b) Track erased (c) Track is redrawn.
when display
during hold.
is redrawn.
(e) Actual track is erased when
(d) Actual track
display is redrawn during
display at
hold or recording has been
release of hold.
restarted.
Figure 2-2 Track state and hold on/off
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2.2 Track Color
The default track color is red, but you may change track color to any
one of seven colors. It is useful to change track color when returning
to port, changing course, etc.
1. Press the [TRACK COLOR] key to display the CHANGE
TRACK COLOR menu.
CHANGE TRACK COLOR
TRK COLOR = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SELECT TRACK COLOR BY NUMBER.
— : DELETE TRACK
Figure 2-3 CHANGE TRACK COLOR menu
2. Press appropriate numeric key among 1 to 7 to select color: [1],
Red; [2], Yellow; [3], Green; [4], Light-blue; [5] Purple; [6], Blue,
[7] White.
2.3 Changing Color, Appearance of Specific Track
You may wish to change the color and appearance of specific track.
This is useful for showing course change location, etc.
For example, change the color of track section AB to yellow and line
type to dashed line.
A
B
Figure 2-4 Track
1. Press [MENU], [9] and [1] to display the EDIT/TRACK MARK
menu.
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9-1 EDIT TRACK/MARK
ITEM
= CHG TRACK
MODE = CURSOR
DEL TRACK
BOX
CHG MARK
DEL MARK
ON SCRN OFF SCRN
COLOR = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (SAME)
TYPE =
SELECT COLOR AND/OR TYPE. SELECT START AND STOP POINTS
BY USING CURSOR, PRESSING ENT AFTER SETTINGEACH POINT.
PRESS ENT AGAIN TO CHANGE TRACK.
Figure 2-5 EDIT/TRACK MARK menu
2. Select CHG TRACK from the ITEM field.
3. Select method of change from the MODE field.
CURSOR: Select the track to edit with the crosshair cursor.
BOX: Circumscribe the track to edit with the box cursor.
ON SCRN: Edit all track displayed on the screen.
OFF SCRN: Edit track stored in memory.
4. Select the COLOR field.
5. Select new color. Using the above example, press the [2] key.
6. Select the TYPE field.
7. Select track type desired. Using the example, select the dashed
line.
8. For CURSOR or BOX select start point.
9. Press the [ENT] key.
10. For CURSOR or BOX select stop point.
11. Press the [ENT] key.
12. Press the [ENT] key again.
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2.4 Deleting Track
Deleting track by color
One method of deleting unwanted track is by specifying track color.
Deleted track cannot be restored – exercise caution when deleting
track.
1. Press the [TRACK COLOR] key to display the CHANGE
TRACK COLOR menu.
CHANGE TRACK COLOR
TRK COLOR = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SELECT TRACK COLOR BY NUMBER.
— : DELETE TRACK
Figure 2-6 CHANGE TRACK COLOR menu
2. Press [-], and then press a numeric key among 1 - 7 to select color
to delete. If you want to delete all yellow color track, for example, press [-] and [2].
Deleting specific track with cursor, box cursor
You may delete unnecessary portions of ship’s track with the cursor
or box cursor. For example, if you wanted to delete the track from
point A to point B in the figure below, you would do the following:
POINT A
POINT A
a
b
c
d
e
POINT B
POINT B
Figure 2-7 Track
1. Press [MENU], [9], [1] to display the EDIT/TRACK menu.
9-1 EDIT TRACK/MARK
ITEM = CHG TRACK DEL TRACK CHG MARK DEL MARK
MODE = CURSOR BOX ON SCRN
OFF SCRN
SET BOX SIZE USING CURSOR, PRESSING ENT AT
TWO CORNERS.
PRESS ENT AGAIN TO DELETE TRACK.
Figure 2-8 EDIT/TRACK menu
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2. Select DEL TRACK from the ITEM field.
3. Select BOX from the MODE field.
4. Set the top left-hand corner of the box cursor on point A by operating the trackball.
5. Press the [ENT] key.
6. Set the top right-hand corner of the box cursor on point B by
operating the trackball.
7. Press the [ENT] key.
8. Press the [ENT] key again.
Note that current track and replayed track cannot be deleted with the
crosshair cursor - use the box cursor.
Deleting all track
To delete all track, do the following:
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [7] key to select APPORTION/DELETE MEMORY.
3. Press the [2] key to select DELETE TRACK.
7-2 DELETE TRACK
TRACK POINTS USED : 2167
MAX : 4000
ARE YOU SURE ? IF YES PRESS ENT.
Figure 2-9 DELETE TRACK display
4. Press the [ENT] key.
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2.5 Track Plotting Interval
The plot interval determines how the track will be reconstructed on
the display and track storage time. The equipment has two plot intervals, plot interval 1 and plot interval 2, which you can set as desired.
You can select which one to use by the [PLOT INTVL] key. This
section shows you how to preset the plot intervals, on the INITIAL
SETTINGS menu.
How the track is drawn
The “quality” of the track displayed largely depends on the plot interval setting, smoothing rate, etc. In drawing the track, first the ship’s
position fed from the navigation receiver is stored into this unit’s
memory at an interval of time or distance selected by the operator.
This interval of time or distance is called the “Plot Interval” and it is
selected considering the ship’s speed, the chart scale, etc. If a shorter
interval is selected, a reconstructed course line is provided with better accuracy, but total storage time of the track is reduced.
Plot interval and track reconstruction
Obviously there is a trade off between smooth reconstruction of the
track and plot storage time: The shorter the interval the smoother the
reconstruction but storage time is reduced. Figure 2-10 compares plot
interval and track reconstruction.
ACTUAL
TRACK
DISPLAYED
TRACK
Figure 2-10 Plot interval and track reconstruction
Plot interval by time or distance
The plot interval can be selected by “Time” (00 sec. to 99.59 min.) or
“Distance” (00 nm to 9.99 nm). If the plot interval is selected by
distance, you will not use up memory points when the boat is anchored.
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Setting plot interval 1 by time
The default plot method for plot interval 1 is time. To set plot interval
1 by time do the following:
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [8] key to select INITIAL SETTINGS.
3. Select the PLOT INTERVAL 1 field.
8 INITIAL SETTINGS
INTERNAL NAV
= ON
OFF
EXTERNAL NAV
= GPS LC LA DC DR OFF
I/O DATA FORMAT
= CIF NMEA183 NMEA180/182
SMOOTHING
= 00 (0-15)
PLOT INTERVAL 1
= TIME (00M10S) DIST (0.10NM)
PLOT INTERVAL 2
= TIME (00M10S) DIST (0.10NM)
WAYPOINT MARK
= ON
OFF
Figure 2-11 INITIAL SETTINGS menu
4. Enter a plot interval. To enter 30 seconds, for example, press [0],
[0], [3] and [0].
5. Press the [ENT] key.
Setting plot interval 2 to “time”
The default plot method for PLOT INTERVAL 2 is distance. However, it may be set for time as follows:
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [8] key to select INITIAL SETTINGS.
3. Select the PLOT INTERVAL 2 field.
4. Select TIME.
5. Enter a plot interval. To enter 15 minutes, for example, press [1],
[5], [0], [0].
6. Press the [ENT] key.
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2.6 Customizing the Hold Function
The hold function stops recording the track to conserve track memory.
You can customize this functions as below.
Turning off track display when track is not being
recorded
When you stop recording the track in the default setting, the track is
displayed but not recorded. If you do not want to show the portion of
the track not recorded, you can turn it off as follows:
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [8] key to select INITIAL SETTINGS.
3. Select OFF from the TRACK (HOLD PLOT) field.
4. Press the [ENT] key.
Line (hold plot) off
Figure 2-12 Appearance of track when track during
hold is not displayed
Connecting track after restarting track recording
The default hold function does not connect where recording is stopped
and restarted. If you want to connect those points do the following:
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [8] key to select INITIAL SETTINGS.
3. Select ON from LINE (HOLD PLOT) field.
4. Press the [ENT] key.
Line (hold plot) on
Figure 2-13 Line connects track (not recorded)
after recording is resumed
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2.7 Customizing the PLOT INTVL Key
Each time you press the [PLOT INTVL] key, in the default setting, a
plot interval is selected (plot interval 1 or plot interval 2) or recording
of the track is turned off. If you do not need one of the plot intervals
or you would like to reserve one of them for manual entry of plot
interval, do the following:
Setup for manually entering plot interval
To enable manual entry of plot interval by the [PLOT INTVL] key;
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [8] key to select INITIAL SETTINGS.
3. Select PLOT INTERVAL 1 or PLOT INTERVAL 2, whichever
you want to use to manually enter plot interval.
4. Select TIME or DISTance.
5. Press the [CLR] key followed by the [ENT] key. Then, to manually enter plot interval, press the [PLOT INTVL] to select PLOT
INTERVAL chosen in step 3, enter plot interval, then press the
[ENT] key.
PLOT INTERVAL SETTING BY DISTANCE
PLOT INTERVAL
= − − MIN − − SEC
Figure 2-14 PLOT INTERVAL menu
Tuning off a plot interval
To turn off a plot interval;
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [8] key to select INITIAL SETTINGS.
3. Select PLOT INTERVAL 1 or PLOT INTERVAL 2, whichever
you want to turn off.
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4. Select TIME or DISTance.
5. Press the [0] key four times followed by the [ENT] key. Then,
when you press the [PLOT INTVL] the plot interval selected above
is skipped.
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MARKS, LINES
3.1 Entering Marks
Marks can be electrically inscribed on the display to denote important locations. 4,000 marks may be entered, and you have the choice
of mark shapes among circle, diamond, square, numeral (1-9), plus
mark and minus mark.
When the mark memory becomes full no marks can be entered. In
this case erase marks to enter new marks.
Entering marks with the cursor
1. With the trackball, place the cursor where you want to enter a mark.
2. Press mark key desired. To inscribe a plus mark, for example,
press the [+] key.
Entering marks at own ship’s position
1. Press the [CURSOR ON/OFF] key to turn off the cursor.
2. Press appropriate mark key (1-9).
Entering marks by manual input of latitude and
longitude
Marks may be entered by manual input of latitude and longitude coordinates. This method is convenient for exact placement of marks.
1. Press the [WPT] key to display the REGISTER WAYPOINT
menu.
REGISTER WAYPOINT
MODE
= CURSOR
WPT NO.
=−−
LATITUDE
=
L/L
OS POS.
R/B
LIST
−−° −−.−−− N
LONGITUDE = − − − ° − − . − − − E
ENTER WAYPOINT NO., LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE.
PRESS ENT TO REGISTER WAYPOINT.
+ : N, E, DISPLAY
− : S, W, NOT DISPLAY
Figure 3-1 REGISTER WAYPOINT menu
2. Select L/L from the MODE field.
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3. Select the LATITUDE field. Enter latitude.
4. Select the LONGITUDE field. Enter longitude.
5. Press appropriate mark key (1-9).
3.2 Changing Current Mark Color
Mark color is available in the colors shown on keys 1-7. When a
mark is entered it is inscribed in the color of the cursor mark in the
data window at the top of the display. You can change mark color
freely through the CHANGE MARK COLOR menu.
The color of "+"
is mark color.
+36° 44.257’ N 340.5°
134° 40.719’ E 10.0KTS
1.46NM
109.8°
0.10NM
2D
1.2
Figure 3-2 Location of mark color indication
1. Press the [MARK COLOR] key to show the CHANGE MARK
COLOR menu.
CHANGE MARK COLOR
MARK COLOR = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SELECT MARK COLOR BY NUMBER.
Figure 3-3 CHANGE MARK COLOR menu
2. Press appropriate numeric key among 1-7 to select color.
3. Press the [ENT] key.
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3.3 Changing Shape, Color of Specific Marks
The color and shape of specific marks can be changed as follows:
1. Press [MENU], [9] and [1] to display the EDIT/TRACK MARK
menu.
9-1 EDIT TRACK/MARK
ITEM
= CHG TRACK DEL TRACK CHG MARK DEL MARK
MODE = CURSOR BOX ON SCRN OFF SCRN
COLOR = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (SAME)
SHAPE=
SAME
SELECT COLOR AND/OR SHAPE, AND PRESS ENT.
Figure 3-4 EDIT/TRACK MARK menu
2. Select CHG MARK from the ITEM field.
3. Select method of change from the MODE field:
CURSOR: Select the marks to edit with the crosshair cursor.
BOX: Circumscribe the marks to edit with the box cursor.
ON SCRN: Edit all marks displayed on the screen.
OFF SCRN: Edit marks stored in memory.
4. Select the COLOR field.
5. Select new mark color.
6. Select the TYPE field.
7. Select mark type desired.
8. For CURSOR or BOX, select start point.
9. Press the [ENT] key.
10. For CURSOR or BOX, select stop point.
11. Press the [ENT] key.
12. Press the [ENT] key again.
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3.4 Deleting Marks
Deleting marks with the cursor
1. Operate the trackball to place the cursor on the mark you want to
delete.
2. Press the [CLR] key.
If the mark cannot be erased, there may be several marks superimposed on one another. In this case, press the [CLR] key several times.
Marks played back from a memory card cannot be deleted from screen.
Deleting specific marks
1. Press [MENU], [9] and [1] to display the EDIT/TRACK MARK menu.
2. Select DEL MARK from the ITEM field.
3. Select method of change from the MODE field:
CURSOR: Select the marks to erase with the crosshair cursor.
BOX: Circumscribe the marks to erase with the box cursor.
ON SCRN: Erase all marks displayed on the screen.
OFF SCRN: Erase marks stored in memory.
4. For CURSOR or BOX, select start point.
5. Press the [ENT] key.
6. For CURSOR or BOX, select stop point.
7. Press the [ENT] key.
8. Press the [ENT] key again.
Deleting all marks
1. Press [MENU], [7] and [3] to display the DELETE MARK screen.
7-3 DELETE MARK
TRACK MARKS USED : 3210
MAX : 4000
ARE YOU SURE ? IF YES PRESS ENT.
Figure 3-5 DELETE MARK screen
2. Press the [ENT] key.
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3.5 External Event Mark
The external event mark shows your ship’s position on the display at
the exact moment the [EVENT] key is pressed on an external navigation device connected to the GD/GP-3300. It is marked on the screen
with a red triangle.
Erasing an external event mark
Place the cursor on the mark and press the [CLR] key.
Turning on/off event mark display
You may turn the event mark on/off. Press [MENU] and [8], and then
select ON or OFF from the EVENT MARK field as appropriate.
3.6 Target Mark
A target mark ( ) shows a radar target’s position. This mark is inscribed on the GD/GP-3300 when a certain key is pressed on the
radar. The following are a few of the FURUNO radars which can
output a target mark to the GD/GP-3300: FR-1500 MARK-2 series,
FR-1505 MARK-3 series, FR-2805 series, FR-2100 series, FR-2105
series.
3.7 Lines
A line can be electrically marked on the display to depict a fishing limit
line, coastline, small island, danger area, etc. A line is made up of a
series of latitude and longitude points: starting, intermediate and end.
Figure 3-6 Sample line
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Entering a line
1. Operate the trackball to place the cursor on position desired for
starting point of line.
2. Press [ ]
3. Operate the trackball to place the cursor on the position desired
for intermediate (or end) point.
4. Press [
]
5. To enter another point for the line, repeat steps 3 and 4.
Starting a new line
To add a point to the last-entered line, you simply designate the location with the cursor and then press [ ]. To enter a new line, start at
step 1 above.
Changing line color
Lines and marks share the same color. If you want to change line
color, therefore, press the [MARK COLOR] key and then select color
desired.
Deleting lines
Deleting individual points on a line
Operate the trackball to set cursor intersection on a triangle mark of
the line you want to delete and then press the [CLR] key.
Deleting all lines
1. Press [MENU], [7] and [3] to display the DELETE MARK screen.
7-3 DELETE MARK
TRACK MARKS USED : 3210
MAX : 4000
ARE YOU SURE ? IF YES PRESS ENT.
Figure 3-7 DELETE MARK menu
2. Press the [ENT] key.
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WAYPOINTS
In navigation terminology, a particular location is known as a
“Waypoint,” whether it be a starting point, a destination point or an
intermediate point on a voyage.
WAYPOINT 4
WAYPOINT 3
DANGER POINT
WAYPOINT 2
WAYPOINT 1
Figure 4-1 Waypoints
The GD/GP-3300 series has 98 waypoints into which you can enter
position information. They are numbered from “zero-zero” (00) to
ninety-nine (99) and colored yellow. (Waypoint color cannot be
changed.) Waypoint “00” is reserved for use when your present position is used as a starting waypoint, to find range and bearing to a
point. This will be explored in more detail later.
Waypoint “99” is an external waypoint where “To” waypoint selected
on the connected navaid is automatically stored.
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4.1 Entering Waypoints
A waypoint may be entered by latitude and longitude coordinates, by
the cursor, at ship’s position, by range and bearing, and with position
from a navigator.
Waypoint entry by L/L coordinates
Let us assume for purposes of illustration that you wish to enter the
position of San Francisco into waypoint 6. The coordinates are: 37
degrees, 40.000 minutes North Latitude, and 122 degrees, 24.000
minutes West Longitude. The keying sequence would be as follows:
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [1] key to display the WAYPOINT list.
1 WAYPOINT
Comment
NO.
DISP
1 34° 44.555’N 135° 23.456’E A B C 1 2
YES
2 34° 43.444’N 135° 22.445’E
YES
3 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
4 34° 41.222’N 135° 55.221’E
YES
5 34° 32.125’N 135° 27.658 E
YES
6 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
Data input
cursor
7 33° 45.658’N 134° 46.265’E
NO
8 33° 56.012’N 134° 15.456’E
NO
9 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
10 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
11 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
12 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
13 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
14 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
15 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
20 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
99 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
ENTER L/L POSITION BY USING CURSOR.
+ : N, E, YES
— : S, W, NO
’CHANGE’ KEY : SCROLL PAGE
Figure 4-2 Waypoint list
3. Place the data input cursor on waypoint 6.
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4. Enter latitude.
Cancel entire line of data: Press the [CLR] key.
Change data: Place data input cursor on wrong data, and then
reenter data.
Switch coordinates: [+] key, changes coordinate to North or East,
[-] key, changes coordinate to South or West.
5. Place the data input cursor to the first digit of longitude and then
enter longitude.
6. Enter comment, if desired.
Note: Waypoint comment can be entered on the Waypoint List.
See 4.2 Entering a Waypoint Comment.
7. Press the [ENT] key.
Waypoint entry by cursor
1. Press the [WPT] key to display the REGISTER WAYPOINT
menu.
REGISTER WAYPOINT
MODE
= CURSOR
WPT NO.
=−−
L/L
OS POS.
R/B
LIST
ENTER WAYPOINT NO., AND DESIGNATE WAYPOINT POSITION BY
USING CURSOR.
+ : DISPLAY
− : NOT DISPLAY
Figure 4-3 REGISTER WAYPOINT menu
2. Select CURSOR from the MODE field, if it is not already selected.
3. Select WPT NO.
4. Enter waypoint number in two digits. If the waypoint number is
07, for example, press [0] and [7].
Note 1: If the waypoint number is already used, “(USED)” appears
to alert you. You can enter a new number by pressing the [CLR]
key, or overwrite the waypoint number by going to step 5.
Note 2: You can register a waypoint without entering waypoint
number, in which case the unit automatically registers the waypoint
in the youngest, unused waypoint. For example, if waypoints 01,
02, 04 and 05 are used when you enter a waypoint without
designating waypoint number, the unit will automatically register
that waypoint as waypoint number 03.
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5. Operate the trackball to place the cursor on position desired.
6. Press the [ENT] key.
7. Press the [WPT] key to finish.
Waypoint entry at own ship’s position
1. Press the [WPT] key to display the REGISTER WAYPOINT
menu.
REGISTER WAYPOINT
MODE
= CURSOR
WPT NO.
=−−
L/L
OS POS.
R/B
LIST
ENTER WAYPOINT NO.
PRESS ENT TO REGISTER WAYPOINT. + : DISPLAY
− : NOT DISPLAY
Figure 4-4 REGISTER WAYPOINT menu
2. Select OS POS from the MODE field.
3. Select WPT NO.
4. Enter waypoint number in two digits.
5. Press the [ENT] key.
6. Press the [WPT] key to finish.
Waypoint entry by range and bearing
This method is useful when you want to enter a waypoint using range
and bearing to a target found on radar.
1. Press the [WPT] key to display the REGISTER WAYPOINT
menu.
2. Select R/B from the MODE field.
REGISTER WAYPOINT
MODE
= CURSOR
L/L
WPT NO.
=
RANGE
= − − − . − − − NM
BEARING
=−−−.−°
OS POS.
R/B
−−
MAG
ENTER WAYPOINT NO., RANGE AND BEARING.
PRESS ENT TO DISPLAY WPT L/L.
PRESS ENT AGAIN TO REGISTER WAYPOINT.
+ : N, E, DISPLAY
− : S, W, NOT DISPLAY
Figure 4-5 REGISTER WAYPOINT menu
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LIST
3. Select WPT NO.
4. Enter waypoint number in two digits.
5. Select the RANGE field.
6. Enter range.
7. Select the BEARING field.
8. Enter bearing.
9. Press the [ENT] key to calculate position. The latitude and longitude position of the range and bearing entered appears on the
display.
10. Press the [ENT] key again to register the waypoint.
Waypoint entry by navigation aid
The “TO” waypoint selected on the navigation aid connected is automatically sent to the GD/GP-3300 as an external waypoint.
4.2 Entering a Comment for a Waypoint
You can enter a comment for a waypoint in the WAYPOINT list. The
comment can consist of 10 alphanumeric characters.
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the [1] key to display the
WAYPOINT LIST.
2. Press arrow keys to set data input cursor on the line desired in the
comments column.
3. Operate the trackball to circumscribe the first character for your
comment. You can switch between upper and lower case characters with the [ZOOM IN], [ZOOM OUT] keys. See Figure 4-6.
This cursor
selects character.
ZOOM
OUT
ZOOM
IN
(These are lower case characters.)
Figure 4-6 Characters available for use as a waypoint comment
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4. Press the [ENT] key. (If you enter a wrong character, set the data
input cursor on wrong character and then enter correct character.)
5. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to complete comment.
6. Press [→] to set the cursor out of the comments column and then
press the [ENT] key.
4.3 Turning Specific Waypoint Displays On/Off
Turning on/off specific waypoints displays through
the REGISTER WAYPOINT menu
1. Press the [WPT] key to display the REGISTER WAYPOINT
menu.
REGISTER WAYPOINT
MODE
= CURSOR
WPT NO.
=−−
L/L
OS POS.
R/B
LIST
ENTER WAYPOINT NO., AND DESIGNATE WAYPOINT
POSITION BY USING CURSOR.
Figure 4-7 REGISTER WAYPOINT menu
2. Select L/L from the MODE field.
3. Select WPT NO.
4. Press [-] (turn off) or [+] (turn on), enter waypoint number to turn
on/off.
5. Press the [ENT] key.
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Turning on/off specific waypoints displays
through the waypoint list
1. Press the [MENU] key to display the menu.
2. Press the [1] key to display the WAYPOINT list.
1 WAYPOINT
NO.
DISP
1 34° 44.555 N 135° 23.456 E A B C 1 2
YES
2 34° 43.444 N 135° 22.445 E
YES
DISP
3 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
4 34° 41.222 N 135° 55.221 E
YES
5 34° 32.125 N 135° 27.658 E
YES
6 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
7 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
YES
8 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
YES
9 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
10 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
11 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
12 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
13 − −° − −.− − −’N − − −° − −.− − −’E
Figure 4-8 Sample waypoint list
3. Place the cursor on the waypoint (number) you want to turn on/off.
4. Set the cursor in the DISP column.
5. Press [-] to display NO, or [-] to display YES.
6. Press the [ENT] key.
4.4 Deleting Waypoints
You can delete unnecessary waypoints by the cursor or through the
waypoint list.
Deleting waypoints by cursor
1. Place the cursor on the waypoint you want to delete.
2. Press the [CLR] key.
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Deleting waypoints through waypoint list
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the [1] key to display the
WAYPOINT list.
2. Select the waypoint you want to delete.
3. Press the [CLR] key.
4. To delete another waypoint, repeat steps 2 and 3.
5. Press the [ENT] key.
Deleting external waypoint (99)
1. Cancel destination waypoint on connected navigation aid.
2. Display the cursor and operate the trackball to place the cursor on
waypoint 99.
3. Press the [CLR] key.
4.5 Destination Waypoint
By setting a destination waypoint, you can find the range and bearing
from your vessel to a latitude and longitude position. You can set a
destination waypoint by cursor, waypoint number, range and bearing, and route number. (Route number is a special method so it is
dealt with in a later section.)
Setting destination waypoint by cursor
1. Press the [FR/TO] key to display the DESTINATION SETTING
menu.
DESTINATION SETTING
DEST
= SET
CANCEL
MODE
= CURSOR
WAYPOINT
ROUTE R/B
SELECT DESTINATION BY USING CURSOR AND PRESS ENT.
INTERMEDIATE POINTS CAN BE SET BY USING + KEY.
Figure 4-9 DESTINATION SETTING menu
2. Select CURSOR from the MODE field.
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3. Place the cursor on latitude and longitude position desired for
destination waypoint. Note that if you place cursor near a mark
or a waypoint displayed, cursor position (destination waypoint)
is pulled into the mark displayed.
4. Press the [ENT] key
Setting destination waypoint by waypoint
number
1. Press the [FR/TO] key to display the DESTINATION SETTING
menu.
DESTINATION SETTING
DEST
= SET
CANCEL
MODE
= CURSOR
WAYPOINT
ROUTE R/B
WPT NO. = 0 0 + − − + − − + − − + − − + − − + − − + − − +
+−−+−−+−−+−−+−−+−−+−−+−
ENTER WAYPOINT NO.
Figure 4-10 DESTINATION SETTING menu
2. Select WAYPOINT from the MODE field.
3. Select WPT NO.
4. Enter waypoint number(s) in two digits. If the waypoint number
is 07, for example, press [0] and [7].
5. Press the [ENT] key.
Note: The message “DATA ERROR” appears on the display when
the waypoint number entered is not registered.
Setting destination waypoint by range and
bearing
1. Press the [ENT] key to display the DESTINATION SETTING
menu.
2. Select R/B from the MODE field.
3. Select RANGE.
4. Enter range.
5. Select BEARING.
6. Enter bearing.
7. Press the [ENT] key twice.
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When you set a destination waypoint...
• The DESTINATION SETTING menu disappears.
• Destination waypoint is marked with a yellow flag (except destination set by registered waypoints).
• Your ship’s position is shown as waypoint 00.
• A light-blue dashed line connects your ship’s position with destination waypoint. This line shows the ideal course.
Destination
Waypoint
"00" marks your ship’s
position when destination
waypoint is selected.
Ideal course
to destination
Figure 4-11 How a destination waypoint is shown on the display
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Displaying range and bearing to destination
waypoint
Press the [PLOT] key to display the DATA DISPLAY (2).
Bearing to destination
36° 34.000’ N 176.5°
134° 20.524’ E 340.5°
14.5NM
2D
0’ 10"
1.2
DATA DISPLAY (2)
Heading
PLOT
DATA DISPLAY (1)
36° 34.000’ N 340.5°
134° 20.524’ E 10.0KTS
40
0.215NM
176.5°
0’ 10"
2D
1.2
Range to destination
Waypoint
Bearing to destination
waypoint
42
48
00
44
Figure 4-12 Location of destination waypoint information
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4.6 Cancelling Destination Waypoint
Once you arrive at your destination you probably won’t need the destination waypoint. You can cancel it, three ways.
Cancelling destination waypoint through the
menu
1. Press the [FR/TO] key to display the DESTINATION SETTING
menu. The first line shows the latitude and longitude of the destination waypoint for your confirmation.
DESTINATION SETTING
DEST
= SET
CANCEL
MODE
= CURSOR
WAYPOINT
ROUTE R/B
WPT NO. = 0 0 + − − + − − + − − + − − + − − + − − + − − +
+−−+−−+−−+−−+−−+−−+−−+−
ENTER WAYPOINT NO.
Figure 4-13 DESTINATION SETTING menu
2. Select CANCEL from the DEST field.
3. Press the [ENT] key.
Cancelling destination waypoint by key input
Method 1: Press [FR/TO], [CLR], [ENT].
Method 2: Press [FR/TO], [0], [ENT].
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ROUTE NAVIGATION
In many cases a trip from one place to another involves several course
changes, requiring a series of route points (waypoints) which you
navigate to, one after another. The sequence of waypoints leading to
the ultimate destination is called a route. This unit can automatically
advance to the next waypoint on a route, so you do not have to change
the destination waypoint repeatedly. The figure below shows an example of a route between two points, involving six waypoints.
ROUTE: 01 (
PORT/
PORT)
Transit
Waypoint
Order
1
WPT 06
2
WPT 05
3
WPT 04
4
WPT 03
5
WPT 02
6
WPT 01
WAYPOINT 01
WAYPOINT 02
WAYPOINT 03
PORT
WAYPOINT 04
FORWARD
REVERSE
WAYPOINT 05
PORT
WAYPOINT 06
Figure 5-1 Sample route
You can store 10 routes and a route may contain up to 15 waypoints.
The 3300 automatically assigns a route number from 0-9. Be sure to
record all important routes in a separate log and save them to a memory
card. This unit is not a fail-safe record keeping device.
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5.1 Creating Routes
You can create a route three ways: through the route list (by latitude
and longitude coordinates), by previously registered waypoints, by
cursor.
Creating routes through the route list
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [2] key to display the ROUTE list.
TRANSIT
ORDER
2 ROUTE
WAYPOINT
ROUTE NO
LATITUDE
1
LONGITUDE
DISTANCE
TTG
1 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
2 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
3 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
4 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
5 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
6 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
7 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
8 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
9 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
10 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
11 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
12 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
13 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
14 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
15 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
SHIP SPD FOR TTG CALC = 10.0 KTS
TO NEXT PAGE
ENTER L/L POSITION BY USING CURSOR.
+ : N, E, SELECT
− : S, W, DESELECT
’CHANGE’ KEY : SCROLL PAGE
Figure 5-2 ROUTE list
3. Enter latitude and longitude of each route waypoint.
4. Press the [ENT] key.
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Creating routes with waypoint numbers: MENU
key
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [2] key to display the ROUTE list.
2 ROUTE
WAYPOINT
ROUTE NO
LATITUDE LONGITUDE
1
DISTANCE
TTG
1 (2 8) 3 4 ° 4 5.1 4 6’ N 1 3 5° 2 1.2 1 7 E− − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
2 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’
N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
3 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’
N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
Figure 5-3 ROUTE list
3. Press [←] twice.
4. Enter first waypoint number of route in two digits. If it is 08, for
example, press [0] and [8]. The L/L position of the waypoint appears.
5. Press [↓] followed by [←] twice to send the data input cursor to
the next line. Enter waypoint number. Its L/L position appears.
6. Repeat step 6 to enter another waypoint.
7. To enter another route, press the [
] key to scroll page.
8. After entering all information, press the [ENT] key.
Creating routes with waypoint numbers: ROUTE
key
1. Press the [ROUTE] key to display the ROUTE NO. menu.
ROUTE NO.
MODE
= CURSOR WAYPOINT
??? LIST
ROUTE NO. = − −
WPT NO.
= 00+−−+−−+−−+−−+−−+−−+−
+−−+−−+−−+−−+−−+−−+−−+−−
ENTER ROUTE NO., AND WAYPOINT NO.
PRESS ENT TO REGISTER.
Figure 5-4 ROUTE NO. menu
2. Select WAYPOINT from the MODE field.
3. Select ROUTE NO.
4. Enter route number in two digits. If the route number is 01, for
example, press [0] and [1].
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5. Select WPT NO.
6. Enter waypoint numbers.
7. Press the [ENT] key.
Creating routes with the cursor
1. Press the [ROUTE] to display the ROUTE NO. menu.
ROUTE NO.
MODE
= CURSOR WAYPOINT ???
LIST
ROUTE NO. = − −
ENTER ROUTE NO., AND SELECT WAYPOINTS,
PRESSING + KEY AFTER SELECTIONS.
PRESS ENT TO REGISTER.
Figure 5-5 ROUTE NO. menu
2. Enter route number in two digits. (Don’t press the [ENT] key
yet.)
3. Operate the trackball to place the cursor on L/L position desired
for first route waypoint.
4. Press [+]. If you want to cancel a point, press [-].
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to enter other points.
6. Press the [ENT] key. Route waypoints entered by the cursor are
marked with a yellow flag and connected with a green dashed
line.
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5.2 Following a Route
Following a route is the process by which you use a stored route for
navigation. This unit displays navigation information to guide you
from one waypoint to the next, as it automatically switches from
waypoint to waypoint in sequence.
1. Press the [FR/TO] key to display the DESTINATION SETTING
menu.
ROUTE NO.
DEST
= SET CANCEL
MODE
= CURSOR WAYPOINT ROUTE R/B
ROUTE NO. = − −
FWD/REV
= FORWARD REVERSE
ENTER ROUTE NO., AND SELECT FORWARD OR
REVERSE.
Figure 5-6 DESTINATION SETTING menu
2. Select ROUTE from the MODE field.
3. Select the ROUTE NO. field.
4. Enter route number by two digits.
5. Select the FWD/REV field.
6. Select route transit direction; forward or reverse.
7. Press the [ENT] key.
About route navigation
When a route is selected for navigation its waypoints are marked by
yellow flags (except waypoint-created routes) and connected with a
light-blue dashed line.
The unit will automatically select the first waypoint in the route plan
for you go to towards from your present position. Once you arrive
within the radius of the arrival alarm, the unit will automatically switch
to the next waypoint in sequence.
You might also try another way to “arrive” at your destination
waypoint. This involves changing the arrival alarm range to a larger
number. This way too is fraught with danger, for if you specify the
alarm range too loosely, let’s say 0.5 nautical miles, you will need to
allow the automatic switching to the next destination waypoint to
occur, but you may then define a new course to the next waypoint
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that takes you through a seawall or over land! It is far better to leave
a reasonable arrival alarm range of say 0.1 nautical miles, and when
you get as close as safely possible to the desired waypoint which is
now blocked then manually override the route planning mode and go
to manual waypoint sequencing.
Note: In some instances waypoints on a route may not be connected.
If this is the case;
1) Check setting of ROUTE LINE on menu 96.
2) Try reformatting the display.
3) An intermediate waypoint may be selected by the arrival alarm
range. If this is the case, make the alarm range smaller. Note that the
arrival alarm range remains in effect in route navigation even when
the arrival alarm itself is turned off.
5.3 Temporarily Deselecting a Route Waypoint
A route waypoint may be deselected temporarily by entering a “-”
(minus) to the left of the route waypoint on the ROUTE list. Using
Figure 5-7 as an example, you would want to temporarily deselect
route waypoints 04, 05 and 06, since your ship is to traverse the route
in the order of route waypoints 03, 02 and 01.
The temporarily deselected route waypoint may be restored at any
time by entering a plus sign next to the deselected route waypoint
number.
Waypoint 01
Waypoint 02
PORT
Waypoint 03
Waypoint 04
Waypoint 05
Waypoint 06
PORT
Figure 5-7 Example of when to deselect waypoints
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [2] key to display the ROUTE list.
3. Press the [
] key to select route.
4. Place the cursor on the waypoint you want to deselect.
5. Press [←] to place the cursor on a digit in the WAYPOINT column.
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2 ROUTE
WAYPOINT
Cursor
Minus sign
(waypoint
deselected)
1
ROUTE NO
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
DISTANCE
TTG
1 − (06) 34°
21.185’
N134°
08.122’E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
2 − (05) 34°
24.068’
N135°
45.012’E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
3 − (04) 35°
31.254’
N135°
20.314’E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
4 − (03) 36°
18.314’
N134°
31.234’E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
5
(02) 37°
33.568’
N134°
20.128’E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
6
(01) 38°
01.438’
N133°
18.258’E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
Figure 5-8 ROUTE list
6. Press [-]. In the figure above waypoints 1, 2, 3 and 4 are deselected.
5.4 Deleting Route Waypoints
Deleting specific route waypoints
1. Press the [MENU] key to display the menu.
2. Press the [2] key to select ROUTE.
3. Select route number by pressing the [
] key.
4. Place the cursor on route waypoint you want to delete.
5. Press the [CLR]. In Figure 5-9, for example, position data for
waypoint no. 2 is deleted. The next time you select the route, all
route waypoints are automatically renumbered.
2 ROUTE
WAYPOINT
ROUTE NO
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
1
DISTANCE
TTG
1 (− −) 3 4 ° 4 5.1 4 6’ N 1 3 5° 2 1.2 1 7’ E− − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
2 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’
N − − −° − −.− − −’ E− − − . − − NM
−−−−−.−H
3 (− −) 3 3 ° 1 1.2 3 4’ N 1 2 8° 3 2.1 0 8’ E− − − . − − NM
−−−−−.−H
4 (− −) 2 8 ° 3 4.5 6 4’ N 1 3 0° 4 1.4 1 6’ E− − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
Figure 5-9 ROUTE list, showing deleted waypoint
6. Press the [ENT] key.
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Deleting all route waypoints
1. Press the [ROUTE] key.
2. Select WAYPOINT.
3. Select ROUTE NO.
4. Enter route number.
5. Select WPT NO.
6. Press the [CLR] key followed by the [ENT] key.
5.5 Cancelling Route Navigation
You can cancel route navigation as follows:
1. Press the [FR/TO] key to display the DESTINATION SETTING
menu.
2. Select CANCEL.
3. Press the [ENT] key. The color of the line connecting route
waypoints changes from light-blue to green to indicate that route
navigation has been cancelled.
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5.6 Route Calculation
The route calculation function provides distance and time-to-go calculations between each route waypoint.
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [2] key to select ROUTE.
2 ROUTE
WAYPOINT
ROUTE NO
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
1
DISTANCE
TTG
1 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
2 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
3 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
4 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
5 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
6 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
7 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
8 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
9 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
10 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
11 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
12 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
13 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
14 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
15 (− −) − − ° − −.− − −’ N − − −° − −.− − −’ E − − − . − − NM − − − − − . − H
SHIP SPD FOR TTG CALC = 10.0 KTS
TO NEXT PAGE
ENTER L/L POSITION BY USING CURSOR.
+ : N, E, SELECT
— : S, W, DESELECT
’CHANGE’ KEY : SCROLL PAGE
Figure 5-10 ROUTE list
3. Press the [↓] key to select unused route.
4. Enter route waypoints.
5. Select SHIP SPD FOR TTG CALC.
6. Enter ship’s speed desired for the calculation. If ship’s speed is
15 knots, for example, press [1], [5] and [0].
7. Press [↑].
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ALARMS
There are six conditions that can trigger audible and visual alarms in
this unit: Arrival alarm, Anchor Watch alarm, Cross-track Error (XTE)
alarm, Border alarm, and Ship’s Speed alarm (two types).
Up to three alarms can be actuated. When an alarm setting is breached,
the audible alarm sounds and the alarm icon appears at the bottom
right-hand corner of the display.
Note: The alarms are useful for alerting you to possibly dangerous
situations. However, the captain is always responsible for the safe
operation of his ship. FURUNO Electric Company will assume no
responsibility for any damages associated with the use of the alarms.
6.1 Arrival Alarm, Anchor Watch Alarm
Arrival alarm
The arrival alarm warns you your ship is approaching a destination
waypoint. The area that defines an arrival zone is that of a circle
which you approach from outside the circle. The alarm will be released if your ship enters into the circle.
DESTINATION
Audible alarm sounds
Figure 6-1 How the arrival alarm works
To set an arrival alarm limit of 0.05 nautical miles for waypoint 07
(destination waypoint), for example, you would do the following:
1. Press the [ALARM] key to display the ALARM menu.
ALARM
ARR/ANCHOR
= ARR ANCHOR OFF
ALARM RANGE = 0.500NM
XTE/BORDER
ALARM RANGE
SPEED
= XTE BORDER OFF
= 0.250NM
= IN
OUT
UPPER LIMIT
= 15.0KTS
LOWER LIMIT
= 11.0KTS
OFF
Figure 6-2 ALARM menu
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2. Place the cursor on the ARR/ANCHOR field.
3. Select ARRival.
4. Press [↓] to select ALARM RANGE.
5. Enter alarm range. To enter 0.05 nautical miles, for example, press
[0], [0], [5] and [0].
6. Press the [ENT] key.
Red dashed line
(Arrival alarm)
Figure 6-3 Alarm range of arrival alarm
Anchor watch alarm
The anchor watch alarm sounds to warn you that your ship is moving
when it should be at rest.
Destination waypoint
Alarm
range
Setting
Alarm
sounds
Figure 6-4 How the anchor watch alarm works
1. Press the [ALARM] key to display the ALARM menu.
2. Select ANCHOR from the ARR/ANCHOR field.
3. Press [↓] to select ALARM RANGE.
4. Enter alarm range. To enter 0.2 nautical miles, for example, press
[0], [2], [0] and [0].
5. Press the [ENT] key.
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6.2 XTE Alarm, Border Alarm
XTE alarm
The XTE (cross-track error) alarm alerts you when your ship strays
from its intended course. You may preset the alarm limit from 0.01
nautical miles to a maximum lane width of 99.99 nautical miles. The
alarm will be released when your ship goes out of the lane limits.
Destination
Audible alarm
sounds.
XTE
Starting point
Figure 6-5 How the XTE alarm works
1. Press the [ALARM] key to display the ALARM menu.
2. Select XTE from the XTE/BORDER field.
3. Press [↓] to select ALARM RANGE.
4. Enter alarm range. To enter 0.02 nautical miles, for example, press
[0], [2], [0] and [0].
5. Press the [ENT] key.
Border alarm
The border alarm defines an area, consisting of two waypoints, which
you do not want to cross. The alarm will sound when your ship crosses
the area defined by the two waypoints.
Width of border line
(Alarm width)
Border
Starting point
Destination
Alarm range
Alarm sounds.
Figure 6-6 How the border alarm works
6-3
If you want to set a border alarm between waypoints 77 and 78 (must
be preregistered) with an alarm range of 0.3 nautical miles, do the
following:
1. Press the [FR/TO] key to display the DESTINATION SETTING
menu.
2. Select WPT NO.
MODE
= CURSOR
WAYPOINT
ROUTE
WPT NO. = 0 0 + 0 − 0 −
+−−+−−+−−
Figure 6-7 DESTINATION SETTING menu, lower half
3. Press [←] twice.
WPT NO. = 0 0 + − − + − −
+−−+−−+−−
Figure 6-8 DESTINATION SETTING menu
4. Enter waypoints 77 and 78 and press the [ENT] key.
5. Press the [ALARM] key to display the alarm menu.
6. Select BORDER from the XTE/BORDER field.
7. Press [↓] to select ALARM RANGE.
8. Enter alarm range. If the alarm range is 0.3 nautical miles for
example, press [0], [3], [0] and [0].
9. Press the [ENT] key.
6.3 Ship’s Speed Alarm
The ship’s speed alarm sounds when your ship’s speed is within or
out of the alarm range (depending on which alarm is active) set.
Speed
15
Upper Limit
Speed
15
Alarm sounds for speeds in
hatched area.
11
11
Lower Limit
Alarm sounds for speeds in
hatched area.
0
0
Figure 6-9 How the ship’s speed alarm works
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1. Press the [ALARM] key to display the ALARM menu.
2. Select SPEED.
3. Select IN or OUT.
4. Select UPPER LIMIT.
5. Enter desired upper limit.
6. Select LOWER LIMIT.
7. Enter desired lower limit.
8. Press the [ENT] key.
6.4 When the Alarm Buzzer Sounds...
Silencing the alarm buzzer
When an alarm setting is exceeded, the alarm buzzer sounds and the
speaker icon appears at the bottom right-hand corner of the display.
You can silence the buzzer by pressing the [CLR] key. The speaker
icon remains on the display until the cause of the alarm is removed or
the alarm itself is turned off.
What alarm is sounding?
When more than one alarm is active and the alarm sounds, you can
see which alarm is sounding by pressing the [ALARM] key.
ALARM
ARRIVAL ALARM
Figure 6-10 ALARM menu, showing location of alarm indication
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VIDEO PILOT DISPLAY, NAVIGATION
DATA DISPLAY
7.1 Video Pilot Display
Features
The video pilot display shows navigation information about your
destination, using a course-up presentation. To display the video pilot display, press the [VIDEO PILOT] key. Figure 7-1 shows a typical video pilot display.
34° 44.465’ N 355.6° 95.59NM
135° 21.289’ E 1.1KTS
2D
0.05
0.01NM
1.2
0.05
0.10
North marker
(Arrow points to
true North)
0.05
0.05
VTD
O 09:56
170
0.01NM
0.4 KTS
Mark data
TTG
H
M
ETA
:
Destination data
Figure 7-1 Sample video pilot display
Table 7-1 compares the features of the video pilot and plot displays.
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Table 7-1 Comparison of video pilot and plot displays
Item
Plot Display
Video Pilot Display
Display Mode
North-up
Course-up
Own Ship Mark
Round
Triangle (depicts ship's bow)
Grid
L/L
Range
North Mark
None
Yes
Destination Data
None
VTD, ETA and TTG
Mark Data
None
Time entered and range and
bearing data for last two marks
Destination data
Velocity-To-Destination (VTD)
Velocity to destination is the amount of speed in the direction of the
desired destination.
Figure 7-2 Velocity-to-destination
Time-To-Go (TTG)
Time-to-go is the amount of time in hours and/or minutes to arrive at
your destination, using present course and speed. If there is no calculation, asterisks are shown.
Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA)
Estimated time of arrival is the time you will arrive at your destination, using present course and speed.
Mark data
The time entered and range and bearing of the last two entered marks
are shown. This information remains on the video pilot display (even
if those marks are deleted) until new marks are entered. You can turn
off the mark data window by pressing [MENU], [9], [6], setting
EVENT MARK WINDOW to OFF and pressing the [ENT] key.
7-2
Comparison of plot and video pilot displays
34° 44.463’ N 314.5°
135° 21.288’ E 0.4KTS
0.14NM
225.0°
0.01NM
2D
1.3
Grid shows latitude
and longitude.
PLOT DISPLAY
VIDEO
PILOT
34° 44.463’ N 314.5°
135° 21.288’ E 0.4KTS
0.14NM
225.0°
0.01NM
2D
1.3
Grid shows distance.
Note: When NAVIONICS chart
is used, the chart data disappears
at this mode, except bearing of the
destination is 0 degrees.
VIDEO PILOT DISPLAY
Figure 7-3 Sample plot and video pilot displays
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7.2 Navigation Data Display
The navigation data display provides various navigation information,
input by a navigation aid and sensors. You can display it by pressing
the [NAV DATA] key.
NAV DATA
2D
WGS-84
10 - APR - 1998
03 : 02 : 22
DOP = 1.3
34° 44. 454 N
135° 21. 288 E
L/L
0.000’N
SPEED/CRS
0.000’E
10.5KTS / 196.4°
TEMP/DEPTH
(MAG)
/
TTG
ETA
H
M
/
.
SATELLITE PREDICTION
24 HOURS OK
FREQ DEVIATION
- 270Hz
SAT RECEIVE CONDITION
No.
ELV
28
00
TRK
08
USE
11
Data Rx : NG
03
14
18
11
STAT
USE
AZM
034
000
321
196
GPS receiver status
Geodetic chart
Data
Time
DOP threshold
Latitude
Longitude
Position correction
LVL
0789
0127
0638
0511
No.
20
17
28
25
STAT
TRK
USE
USE
Ref Sta : OK
ELV
00
23
51
47
AZM
000
085
209
120
Speed/course
Water temp/water depth
TTG to waypoint
ETA to waypoint
GPS satellite forecast
GPS receiver frequency deviation
Satellite receiving condition
Figure 7-4 Sample navigation data display
7-4
LVL
0089
0466
0892
1041
AUTOPILOT DATA
With autopilot connection, you can display various autopilot information on the display. This chapter describes what information you
receive with autopilot connection.
8.1 Features Available with Autopilot Connection
The following features are available with autopilot (for example,
FURUNO FAP-330) connection:
• The FAP-330 feeds autopilot information to the GD/GP-3300 for
display on the plot and video pilot displays.
• In the AUTO mode the FAP-330 automatically controls rudder
movement in order to steer the vessel on a set course, thereby negating the effects of wind and current.
• When you restart the NAV mode when navigating a route, a line is
drawn between restart point and next intermediate route waypoint.
See Figure 8-1.
• The autopilot display can be turned on or off on the INITIAL SETTINGS menu.
NAV mode
suspended
Ship
moved
here.
Previous
courseline
New courseline
NAV mode
restarted
Figure 8-1 Courseline to next intermediate point drawn when NAV
mode is restarted while navigating a route
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8.2 Autopilot Information on Plot Display
36° 44.257’ N 340.5°
134° 40.719’ E 10.0KTS
0
40
1.46NM
109.8°
0.10NM
2D
1.2
42
Course
vector
48
07
Own ship
marker
44
+
08
Autopilot information
(Autopilot FAP-330
in NAV Mode)
MODE
HDG
CRS SET
CRS ERR
XTE
NAV
356.0°
357.0°
2.2°
0.01NM
(FAP-330 in
AUTO mode)
MODE
HDG
AUTO
356.0°
(FAP-330 in
MANUAL mode)
MODE
HDG (T)
MAN
358.0°
(T)
CRS SET
CRS ERR
XTE
357.0°
2.2°
0.01NM
RUDDER ANGLE
40°
0°
40°
Figure 8-2 Sample autopilot information on plot display
8-2
8.3 Autopilot Information on Video Pilot Display
36° 44.257’ N 340.5°
134° 40.719’ E 10.0KTS
1.46NM
109.8°
0.10NM
2D
1.3
0.50
0.50
0.50
O 09:56
O 09:56
170
170
0.01NM
0.01NM
HDG
MODE
NAV
356.0°
VTD
10.1 KTS
TTG
ETA
0H18M
15:57
CRS SET
CRS ERR
XTE
357.0°
2.2°
0.01NM
Figure 8-3 Sample autopilot information on video pilot display
8-3
Autopilot on, no destination waypoint selected
MODE
HDG (T)
MAN
358.0°
RUDDER ANGLE
40°
40°
0°
(a) Autopilot in MANUAL mode
MODE
HDG
AUTO
356.0°
(T)
CRS SET
CRS ERR
XTE
357.0°
2.2°
0.01NM
(b) Autopilot in AUTO mode
T : True Bearing
M : Magnetic Bearing
Figure 8-4 Autopilot information when autopilot is on, no destination waypoint selected
Course set
Heading
Destination
waypoint
Course error
Course
Cross-track error
Starting
point
Course Error
Steer left (One arrow = 5°)
Cross-track Error
Steer left (One arrow = 0.05 miles)
Figure 8-5 Course error and cross-track error indications
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Autopilot on, destination waypoint selected
MODE
HDG
MAN
356.0°
VTG
TTG
ETA
10.1 KTS
0H 18M
15 : 57
RUDDER ANGLE
(T)
40°
40°
0°
(a) Autopilot in MANUAL mode
MODE
HDG
AUTO
356.0°
VTG
TTG
ETA
10.1 KTS
0H 18M
15 : 57
CRS SET
CRS ERR
XTE
357.0°
2.2°
0.01NM
(T)
(c) Autopilot in AUTO mode
MODE
HDG
NAV
356.0°
VTG
TTG
ETA
10.1 KTS
0H 18M
15 : 57
CRS SET
CRS ERR
XTE
357.0°
2.2°
0.01NM
(T)
(c) Autopilot in NAV mode
Figure 8-6 Autopilot information when autopilot is on, destination
waypoint selected
Autopilot on, mark entered, destination waypoint selected
14 : 51
134°
29.4NM
MODE
MAN
14 : 30
118°
32.06NM
VTD
TTG
ETA
10.1 KTS
0H 18M
15 : 57
HDG (T)
358.0°
RUDDER ANGLE
40°
40°
0°
(a) Autopilot in MANUAL mode
14 : 51
134°
29.4NM
MODE
AUTO
14 : 30
118°
32.06NM
HDG
(T)
356.0°
VTD
TTG
ETA
10.1 KTS
0H 18M
15 : 57
CRS SET
CRS ERR
XTE
357.0°
2.2°
0.01NM
(b) Autopilot in AUTO mode
14 : 51
134°
29.4NM
MODE
NAV
14 : 30
118°
32.06NM
HDG
(T)
356.0°
VTD
TTG
ETA
10.1 KTS
0H 18M
15 : 57
CRS SET
CRS ERR
XTE
357.0°
2.2°
0.01NM
(c) Autopilot in NAV mode
Figure 8-7 Autopilot information when autopilot is on, mark entered,
destination waypoint selected
Note: Mark data remains on the display even if associated marks are
erased, until the next mark is entered.
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MEMORY CARD OPERATIONS
9.1 Formatting Memory Cards
Before you can save information to a memory card you must prepare
its surface by formatting it. Formatting is a routine procedure you
must perform on new cards before you can use them with this unit.
You have to initialize them only once. You can format cards you’ve
used before, however, in which case all prior information on them is
erased.
1. Insert a brand-new memory card into the upper card slot.
2. Press the [MENU] key.
MENU
1 WAYPOINT
2 ROUTE
3 SAVE DATA TO MEMORY CARD
4 LOAD MEMORY CARD
5 DISPLAY MEMORY CARD
6 CORRECT POSITION
7 APPORTION/DELETE MEMORY
8 INITIAL SETTINGS
9 MISC
SELECT BY USING NUMBER KEY.
Figure 9-1 Menu
3. Press the [3] key to select SAVE DATA TO MEMORY CARD.
3 SAVE DATA TO M.C.
1 TRACK
2 MARK/LINE
3 WAYPOINT/ROUTE
4 INITIAL SETTINGS
5
6
7 DELETE MEMORY CARD DATA
8 FORMAT MEMORY CARD
9 SELECT CARD SLOT
SELECT ITEM TO SAVE
BY USING NUMBER KEY.
Figure 9-2 SAVE DATA TO M.C. menu
9-1
4. Press the [8] key to select FORMAT MEMORY CARD.
5. Press the [ENT] key.
“FORMATTING” appears on the display during formatting. “FORMATTING COMPLETED” appears upon completion of formatting.
If the card could not be formatted, “FORMATTING FAILED” appears.
9.2 Saving Data to Memory Cards
You may save data (track, marks, lines and waypoints, routes) to a
memory (RAM) card for storage and later replay. Two types of
memory cards are available: 256KB and 512KB.
1. Open the card drive door and place a formatted memory card in
the upper card slot.
2. Press the [MENU] key.
3. Press the [3] key to select SAVE DATA TO MEMORY CARD.
3 SAVE DATA TO M.C.
1 TRACK
2 MARK/LINE
3 WAYPOINT/ROUTE
4 INITIAL SETTINGS
5
6
7 DELETE MEMORY CARD DATA
8 FORMAT MEMORY CARD
9 SELECT CARD SLOT
SELECT ITEM TO SAVE
BY USING NUMBER KEY.
Figure 9-3 SAVE DATA TO M.C. menu
4. Select the item you want to save by pressing appropriate numeric
key: [1], track; [2], marks (including lines), [3], waypoints (including routes). Then, the menu related to the item selected for
saving appears. Figure 9-4 shows the SAVE TRACK display.
9-2
3-1 SAVE TRACK
DATE CREATED POINTS
00 CREATE NEW FILE
01
02
03
06
07
TOTAL NO. OF FILES = 0
Data input
cursor
SELECT FILE TO BE SAVED USING ↑↓.
ENTER FILE NAME BY USING TRACKBALL.
SET CURSOR ON OK BY USING TRACKBALL.
PRESS ENT TO SAVE.
Figure 9-4 SAVE TRACK display
5. The red cursor should be on 00. This will save data to a new file.
You may save data to an existing file name, in which case all
previous data on that file will be deleted.
6. Assign a file name. The file name may contain 32 alphanumeric
characters. You can switch between upper and lower case letters
by operating the [ZOOM IN], [ZOOM OUT] keys.
ZOOM
OUT
ZOOM
IN
(These are lower case characters.)
Figure 9-5 How to select upper and lower case letters
9-3
File name example
You enter a file name by selecting each character one by one with the
arrow keys and pressing the [ENT] key after selecting each character. When you have finished entering the file name, select OK.
If you want to enter file name “FURUNO 1”, for example, do the
following:
1. Place the cursor on “F” by operating the trackball.
2. Press the [ENT] key.
3. Place the cursor on “U”.
4. Press the [ENT] key.
5. Enter the characters “R”, “U”, “N” and “O” and “1” as you did
“F” and “U”.
6. Place the cursor on “OK”.
7. Press the [ENT] key. SAVING” appears on the display during
recording. “SAVING COMPLETED” appears upon completion
of recording.
Note: The memory card contains a write-protection tab which prevents overwriting of information stored on the card. This prevents
accidental erasure of important information. To write protect a memory
card, set the write-protection tab rightward as shown in Figure 9-6.
Slide tab right to
write protect.
Figure 9-6 How to write protect a memory card
9.3 Playing Back Memory Cards
Up to eight files can be played back on the display. Note that marks
and track currently displayed are not erased; they remain on the display together with played back file. Thus it is recommended that this
feature be used only for editing card contents.
1. Insert a memory card into the upper card slot.
2. Press the [MENU] key to display the menu.
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3. Press the [5] key to select DISPLAY MEMORY CARD.
5 DISPLAY M. C.
DISPLAY
00 TRACK
10-APR-1998
TRACK-4000
YES
01 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 56
20-JUN-1998
NO
02 MARK
27-MAR-1998
YES
Figure 9-7 DISPLAY M.C. screen
4. Place the cursor on the file you want to display.
5. Press [+] to show “DISPLAY YES.”
Note: If you more than eight files are selected to “DISPLAY
YES,” place cursor on unnecessary file and press [-] to show
“DISPLAY NO.”
6. Press the [ENT] key.
7. Press the [PLOT] key to return to the plot display.
9.4 Saving, Playing Back Initial Settings
You can save the contents of the INITIAL SETTINGS menu to a
memory card, and play back the contents when desired. This is useful
for maintaining several different sets of initial settings.
Saving initial settings
1. Open the card drive door and insert a memory card in the upper
card slot.
2. Press [MENU] and [3] to display the SAVE DATA TO MEMORY
CARD menu.
3. Press the [4] key to select INITIAL SETTINGS.
4. Press the [ENT] key.
Playing back initial settings
1. Open the card drive door and insert a memory card in the upper
card slot.
2. Press [MENU] and [4] to display the LOAD DATA TO MEMORY
CARD menu.
3. Press the [4] key to select INITIAL SETTINGS.
4. Press the [ENT] key.
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9.5 Editing Memory Cards
Adding track, marks/lines
1. Press [MENU], [7] and [2] (track) or [3] (marks/lines) to confirm
that there is sufficient memory remaining on the display.
2. Press the [MENU] key.
3. Press the [4] key to select LOAD MEMORY CARD.
4. Select the file you want to load and press the [ENT] key.
5. Save item loaded by pressing [MENU], [3], and then entering a
file name.
Deleting track, marks/lines from a memory card
1. Press [MENU], [9], [8] and [1].
2. Press the [MENU] key.
3. Press [4] to select LOAD MEMORY CARD.
4. Select item to load.
5. Press [MENU], [9] and [1], and then delete the item you do not
require.
6. Save item by pressing [MENU] and [3], and then assign a file
name.
Deleting files
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [3] key to select SAVE DATA TO MEMORY CARD.
3. Press the [7] key to select DELETE MEMORY CARD DATA.
4. Select file to delete.
5. Press [+] and [ENT].
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GPS RECEIVER OPERATION (GP-3300)
10.1 GPS Information on the Navigation Data Display
The navigation data display, which is displayed with the [NAV DATA]
key, shows GPS information, as well as navigation data.
Position fixing mode
NAV DATA
2D
WGS-84
10 -APR -˚1998
03 : 02 : 22
DOP = 1.3
34° 44. 454 N
135° 21. 288 E
L/L
0.000’N
SPEED/CRS
0.000’E
10.5KTS / 196.4°
TEMP/DEPTH
(MAG)
/
TTG
ETA
H
M
/
.
SATELLITE PREDICTION
24 HOURS OK
FREQ DEVIATION
— 270Hz
SAT RECEIVE CONDITION
No.
ELV
28
00
TRK
08
USE
11
Data Rx : NG
03
14
18
11
STAT
USE
AZM
034
000
321
196
LVL
0789
0127
0638
0511
No.
20
17
28
25
STAT
TRK
USE
USE
Ref Sta : OK
ELV
00
23
51
47
AZM
000
085
209
120
LVL
0089
0466
0892
1041
Figure 10-1 Sample navigation data display
GPS receiver status
Table 10-1 explains the meanings of GPS receiver status indications
on the navigation data display.
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Table 10-1 GPS indications on the navigation data display
Indication Meaning
CST
IMP
ACQ
COLD START. The GPS receiver was started up with no Almanac. This condition
occurs when the power is turned on for the first time or when the GPS memory is
cleared.
IMPOSSIBLE ro receive. The GPS receiver is receiving current Almanac because the
existing one shows no satellites within line-of-sight of the GPS receiver.
ACQUIRING a satellite. According to the Almanac in the GPS receiver, a satellite is
available in line-of-sight, and the GP-3300 is aquiring it but has not received it yet. If
the ACQ indication remains on the display for a long time without changing to "ALM"
(see ALM below), the receiver section may be faulty. (You can do the self test to verify
receiver condition.)
ALM
ALMANAC is being received. According to the Almanac in the GPS receiver, three (or
four) satellites are not in line-of-sight. Therefore, the receiver is receiving the latest
Almanac to fix its position.
INT
Position-fixing INTERRUPTED. Reception is interrupted due to objects around the GPS
antenna, etc. According to the Almanac, HDOP is still superior to the HDOP threshold.
When the lost satellite reappears, calculation of position will be resumed.
Satellite schedule
The satellite schedule shows predicted date and time when the GPS
receiver can fix its position by receiving GPS satellites. The time
varies according to DOP threshold and position-fixing mode set on
the GPS INITIAL SETTINGS menu.
Example 1
Indication: “24 HOURS OK”. (Position fixes by GPS available round
the clock.)
Example 2
1. 11:30
(GPS position fixes available from current time to 11:30 of the
same day)
2. 9/1 12:00 → 3:51
(GPS position fixes available from 9/1 12:00 to 9/2 3:51)
3. 9/2 4:05 →
(GPS position fixes available from 9/2 4:05 to 9/3 4:05.)
Frequency deviation
This indication shows how many Hertz the GPS receiver is deviating
from its assigned frequency of 1575.42 MHz. Less than about 3000
Hz is normal. Any deviation higher than that will mean more time is
required to fix position.
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Satellite data
Satellite data is shown as follows:
NO:
Satellite no.
MODE: Satellite receiving condition
(TRK, Now tracking; USE, Using for position fixing)
ELV:
Satellite elevation angle
AZM: Satellite azimuth (bearing)
LVL:
Signal level (200 or better to get position fixes)
10.2 GPS and DGPS Initial Settings
This section provides the information necessary for entering GPS
initial settings.
1. Press [MENU] and [8].
2. Press [↑] to set the cursor on PAGE CHANGE (TO GPS INITIAL SETTINGS). The following display appears.
8 GPS INITIAL SETTINGS
PAGE CHANGE (TO INITIAL SETTINGS)
POSITION FIXING MODE = 2D
3D
GEODETIC DATUM
= WGS-84
HDOP THRESHOLD
= 20 (2~99)
EURO
2D/3D
WGS-72
TOKYO
NAD
AUST
MISC
(007)
TIME DIFFERENCE
= 09:00
LATITUDE
= 34°
00.
000’
N
LONGITUDE
= 135° 00.
000’
E
DELTA LATITUDE
= 00.
000’
N
DELTA LONGITUDE
= 00.
000’
E
SMOOTHING
= 00~00
ANTENNA HEIGHT
= 005
COLD START
= NO
CST SATELLITE NO.
= 07
L/L-SPEED (0~99)
M
YES
MIN. ELEVATION ANGLE = 05° (5~9)
DESELECT SAT NO.
= ––
D.GPS MODE
= ON
OFF
RTCM VER
= 1.0
2.0
BYTE FORM
= 8-6
8-8
FIRST BIT
= MSB
LSB
PARITY BIT
= EVEN
ODD
STOP BIT
= 1
2
BIT RATE
= 7
8
BAUD RATES
= 300
600
1200
4800
9600
2400
NONE
: SELECT ITEM
: SELECT PARAMETER
PROGRAM NO. : 48501050xx
Figure 10-2 GPS INITIAL SETTINGS menu
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GPS initial settings menu description
Table 10-2 describes the GPS INITIAL SETTINGS menu.
Table 10-2 Description of GPS INITIAL SETTINGS menu
Item
Description
POSITION FIXING
MODE
Selects position fixing mode.
2D: Position fixing by three satellites in line-of-sight of GPS receiver.
3D: Position fixing by four satellites in line-of-sight of GPS receiver. Positionfixing availability shorter than 2D but highter accuracy.
2D/3D: Position fixing by 2D or 3D (3D when available).
GEODETIC DATUM Selects geodetic datum system.
WGS-84 (Standard chart system for GPS)
WGS-72 (Worldwide chart system)
TOKYO
NAD (North America 1992)
EURO (European 1950)
AUST (Australian Geodetic 1984)
MISC (See page 10-9.)
HDOP
THRESHOLD
TIME DIFFERENCE
Index for position-fixing accuracy. When the HDOP threshold is lower than
the preset HDOP, the indication “2D” is replaced by “DOP” to show that
position-fixing accuracy is poor. The default setting is 20, which is suitable for
most all conditions.
GPS uses UTC time (world time standard). If you would rather display
satellite schedule in local time, enter time difference between UTC and local
time. If local time is earlier than UTC time enter a minus sign before entering
time difference.
LATITUDE
For entering ship’s estimated latitude at cold start.
LONGITUDE
For entering ship’s estimated longitude at cold start.
DELTA LATITUDE
Enters difference between displayed latitude and chart position. The icon “L/L”
appears at the bottom right-hand corner when delta latitude is being used.
DELTA
LONGITUDE
Enters difference between displayed latitude and chart position. The icon “L/L”
appears at the bottom right-hand corner when delta longitude is being used.
SMOOTHING
Changes difference between to eliminate errors in GPS position due to
changes of speed and course.
ANTENNA HEIGHT
Enters antenna height above the waterline.
COLD START
Manually cold starts the GPS receiver to receive the Almanac. (Cold start is
automatically done after clearing the GPS memory or at initial power
application after installation.)
CST SATELLITE
NO.
Manually selects satellite to use for cold start, to reduce time required to
complete cold start.
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Item
Description
MIN. ELEVATION
ANGLE
Enters minimum angle above the horizon a satellite must be positioned to use
it for fixing position. The default setting is five degrees.
DESELECT SAT
NO.
Every GPS satellite is broadcasting abnormal satellite number(s) in the
Almanac. Using this infomation the GPS receiver eliminates any
malfunctioning satellite from the GPS satellite schedule. Once the
malfunctioning satellite is returned to on-line status it is automatically restored
to the satellite schedule when the Almanac is received. In some instances
however the Almanac may not contain information which announces that a
satellite is now back on line. If you hear of this through another source, you
can manually restore the satellite to the satellite schedule. This is called
“Forced Health.” Conversely, you can manually “Deselect” a healthy satellite if
you hear it is “unhealthy.” To force health or deselect a satellite see the
procedure below.
D.GPS MODE
Select normal mode or DGPS mode.
When you select DGPS ON, set the items below referring to the DGPS
Beacon Receiver's operator's manual.
RTCM VERSION,
Set according to DGPS Beacon Receiver connected.
BYTE FORM,
FIRST BIT, PARITY
BIT, STOP BIT, BIT
RATE, BAUD RATE
10.3 Satellite Force Health/Deselection
1. Press [MENU] and [8], and then press [↑] to set the cursor on
PAGE CHANGE (TO GPS INITIAL SETTINGS).
2. Set the cursor on DESELECT SATELLITE NO. The display
should look something like Figure 10-3.
Satellite condition (NONE, No satellite; OK, Satellite in use; NG, No Good)
01 : NONE (
) 02 : OK
(DESELECT ) 01 : OK
(FORCED )
04 : NONE (
) 05 : NONE (
) 04 : NG
(
)
07 : NONE (
) 08 : NONE (
) 07 : OK
(
)
10 : NONE (
) 11 : OK
(
) 10 : OK
(
)
13 : OK
(
) 14 : OK
(
) 13 : OK
(
)
16 : OK
(
) 17 : OK
(
) 16 : OK
(
)
19 : OK
(
) 20 : OK
(
) 19 : OK
(
)
22 : NONE (
) 23 : OK
(
) 22 : OK
(
)
25 : OK
(
) 26 : OK
(
) 25 : OK
(
)
28 : OK
(
) 29 : NONE (
) 28 : NONE (
)
31 : NONE (
) 32 : NONE (
) 31 : NONE (
)
Satellite NO.
Figure 10-3 Sample satellite selection display
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2. Enter satellite number using two digits.
3. Press the [ ] key to display desired option. Each press of the
key deletes item in parentheses (namely, enables the satellite) or
displays DESELECT or FORCED.
4. Press the [ENT] key.
10.4 GPS Smoothing
Latitude and longitude GPS smoothing
When the DOP or receiving condition is unfavorable, the GPS fix
may change greatly, even if the vessel is dead in water. This change
can be reduced by smoothing the raw GPS fixes. A setting between 0
and 9 is available. The higher the setting the more smoothed the raw
data. Note however that too high a setting slows response time to
change in latitude and longitude. This phenomenon is especially noticeable at high ship’s speeds. “0” is the normal setting; increase the
setting if the GPS fix changes greatly.
LATITUDE
RAW POSITION FIX
AFTER SMOOTHING
LONGITUDE
Figure 10-4 Latitude and longitude GPS smoothing
Speed and course GPS smoothing
During position fixing, ship’s velocity (speed and course) is directly
measured by receiving GPS satellite signals. The raw velocity data
may change randomly depending on receiving conditions and other
factors. You can reduce this random variation by increasing the
smoothing. Like with latitude and longitude smoothing, the higher
the speed and course smoothing setting the more smoothed the raw
data. If the setting is too high, however, the response to speed and
course changes slows. For no smoothing, enter “0”. “5” is suitable
for most conditions.
SPEED (KNOT)
COURSE (DEGREE)
RAW POSITION FIX
AFTER SMOOTHING
RAW POSITION FIX
AFTER SMOOTHING
TIME
Figure 10-5 Speed and course GPS smoothing
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TIME
Setting GPS smoothing
The default GPS smoothing settings are suitable for most all conditions. If change of the default settings is necessary, do the following
1. Press [MENU] and [8], and then press [↑] to set the cursor on
PAGE CHANGE (TO GPS INITIAL SETTINGS). The following display appears.
GPS INITIAL SETTINGS
PAGE CHANGE (TO INITIAL SETTINGS)
POSITION FIXING MODE = 2D
GEODETIC DATUM
3D
= WGS-84
EURO
2D/3D
WGS-72
TOKYO
NAD
AUST
MISC
(007)
HDOP THRESHOLD
= 20 (2~99)
TIME DIFFERENCE
= 09:00
LATITUDE
= 34°
00.
000
N
LONGITUDE
= 135° 00.
000
E
DELTA LATITUDE
= 00.
000
N
DELTA LONGITUDE
= 00.
000
E
SMOOTHING
= 00~00
ANTENNA HEIGHT
= 030
COLD START
= NO
CST SATELLITE NO.
= 01
L/L-SPEED (0~99)
M
YES
MIN. ELEVATION ANGLE = 05° (5~9)
DESELECT SAT NO.
= ——
Figure 10-6 GPS INITIAL SETTINGS menu
2. Set the cursor on SMOOTHING.
3. Enter latitude and longitude smoothing time from 0 - 99 minutes
in two digits.
4. Enter speed and course smoothing time from 0 - 99 seconds in
two digits.
5. Press the [ENT] key.
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10.5 Cold Start
Cold start is automatically executed at initial power application or
when the GPS memory is cleared. This is done to acquire the Almanac to receive a GPS satellite. You can also do the cold start manually
when the Almanac is too old to acquire a satellite; for example, when
the unit has not been used for about six months. Manually cold starting the GPS receiver erases the existing Almanac to receive the current one.
1. Press [MENU] and [8], and then press [↑] to set the cursor on
PAGE CHANGE (TO GPS INITIAL SETTINGS).
GPS INITIAL SETTINGS
PAGE CHANGE (TO INITIAL SETTINGS)
POSITION FIXING MODE = 2D
GEODETIC DATUM
3D
= WGS-84
EURO
2D/3D
WGS-72
TOKYO
NAD
AUST
MISC
(007)
HDOP THRESHOLD
= 20 (2~99)
TIME DIFFERENCE
= 09:00
LATITUDE
= 34°
00.
000
N
LONGITUDE
= 135° 00.
000
E
DELTA LATITUDE
= 00.
000
N
DELTA LONGITUDE
= 00.
000
E
SMOOTHING
= 00~00
ANTENNA HEIGHT
= 030
COLD START
= NO
CST SATELLITE NO.
= 01
L/L-SPEED (0~99)
M
YES
MIN. ELEVATION ANGLE = 05° (5~9)
DESELECT SAT NO.
= ——
Figure 10-7 GPS INITIAL SETTINGS menu
2. Select LATITUDE. Enter ship’s latitude to within the accuracy
of ±10°.
3. Select LONGITUDE. Enter ship’s longitude to within the accuracy of ±10°.
4. Select ANTENNA HEIGHT and then enter antenna height above
the waterline. To enter 15 meters, for example, press [0], [1] and
[5].
5. If you know a satellite which is in line-of-sight, enter its number
in the CST SATELLITE NO. field. This will reduce the time required to complete the cold start.
6. Select YES from the COLD START field.
7. Press the [ENT] key.
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8. Press the [NAV DATA] key to display the navigation data display.
The indication “CST” appears at the top of the display. When cold
start is completed, “CST” is replaced by “2D” or “ACQ.” Cold start
takes about two minutes to complete.
10.6 Geodetic Datum
A nautical chart is usually made by either trigonometrical survey or
astronomical survey and according to the geodetic chart standards of
the country it is used in. For example, the USA uses the system called
Clarke; India, Everest, and Japan, Bessel. Accordingly when you are
getting position fixes by GPS in the USA, the system should be Clarke
so you don’t get a position fix which shows you’re somewhere offshore when you’re actually moored to a dock.
While the use of one category of chart systems is fine if you don’t do
transoceanic voyages, ocean-going vessels may require all categories to get reliable position information. To solve this inconvenience,
a standard chart system was adopted by GPS: the WGS-84.
Selecting chart system
Although the WGS-84 system is now widely used the other categories of charts still exist. Thus it is necessary to apply a correction
value to the WGS-84 to match it to local geodetic systems.
The GD/GP-3300 can perform this calculation automatically if you
tell it what type of chart you’re using. For Clarke charts, for example,
select NAD (North America 1992). Select the chart system used, not
the area where the boat is sailing.
10.7 Correcting GPS Position
You may apply an offset to GPS position to further refine its accuracy.
1. Press [MENU] and [8], and then press [↑] to set the cursor on
PAGE CHANGE (TO GPS INITIAL SETTINGS).
2. Select DELTA LATITUDE and enter latitude offset.
3. Select DELTA LONGITUDE and enter longitude offset.
4. Press the [ENT] key.
5. Press the [MENU] key.
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OTHER FUNCTIONS
11.1 Displaying Position in Loran TDs
You can display own ship’s position and cursor position in Loran A
or Loran C TDs, as well as latitude and longitude. This function does
not require connection of a Loran receiver; Loran chain information
is stored in the unit.
Once Loran A or Loran C chain information is entered you can alternately display Loran A or C TDs (depending on which is selected for
display) and latitude and longitude by pressing the [ ] key.
36364.9
59102.8
269.8°
99.9KTS
+36365.4
59102.5
269.8°
1.9KTS
+34° 44.226’ N 269.8°
135° 21.415’ E 1.9KTS
34° 44.278’ N 269.8°
135° 21.465’ E 1.9KTS
Figure 11-1 How to switch between Loran TDs and latitude and
longitude indications
Displaying position in Loran A TDs
1. Press [MENU] and [8] to display the INITIAL SETTINGS menu.
8 INITIAL SETTINGS
AUTOPILOT DISPLAY = ON
OFF
TD INDICATION
= LA
LC
STATION PAIR
= 00-01
TO CORRECTION 1
= 000.0 µS
TO CORRECTION 2
= 000.0 µS
SELF TEST
: OK
PROGRAM NO.
: 14517020xx
OFF
Figure 11-2 INITIAL SETTINGS menu
2. Select TD INDICATION.
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3. Select LA.
4. Select STATION PAIR, and station pair codes list appears.
00: 1L0
01: 1L1
02: 1L4
03: 1L5
04: 1L6
05: 1L7
06: 1S1
07: 1S2
08: 1S3
09: 1S4
10: 1S6
11: 2H3
12: 2H4 13: 2H5
14: 2H6
15: 2S0
16: 2S1
17: 2S2
18: 2S3
19: 2S4
20: 2S5
21: 2S6
22: 2S7
5. Enter station pair codes.
6. Press the [ENT key].
Displaying position in Loran C TDs
To display ship’s position in Loran C TDs;
1. Press [MENU] and [8] to display the INITIAL SETTINGS menu.
2. Select TD INDICATION.
3. Select LC.
4. Select STATION PAIR, and GRI code number list appears.
00: 7970
01: 9960 02: 7980 03: 8970
04: 9940
05: 5990 06: 7960 07: 9990
08: 4990
09: 9970 10: 7990 11: 5930
12: 5970
13: 7930 14: 9980 15: 7950
16: 7170
17: 8990 18: 8000 19: 9610
20: 8290
5. Enter GRI code number.
6. Station pair code appears for the GRI selected. Enter station pair
code.
00: 11000
01: 26000 02: 46000 03: 60000
7. Press the [ENT] key.
11.2 Bearing Display Reference
A navigation device outputs both true and magnetic bearings. A magnetic bearing is true bearing plus (or minus) earth’s magnetic deviation. Thus the equation for finding magnetic bearing is;
true bearing ± x (magnetic variation)° = magnetic bearing
You can display your ship’s course and bearing to waypoint in true or
magnetic bearing.
11-2
Displaying true bearing
1. Press [MENU] and [8].
8 INITIAL SETTINGS
LINE (HOLD PLOT)
= ON
OFF
MAGNETIC DEVIATION = AUTO (07°W) MAN (06°E) (0~99)
BEARING
= TRUE
MAGNETIC
COURSE VECTOR
= VECTOR
LINE
MARK SIZE
= LARGE
SMALL
OFF
Figure 11-3 INITIAL SETTINGS menu
3. Select BEARING.
4. Select MAGNETIC or TRUE as appropriate.
5. Press the [ENT] key.
The bearing display in the data window (DATA DISPLAY (2))
shows “M” when you are using magnetic bearing.
"M" = Magnetic bearing
+36° 44.257’ N 340.5° M
134° 40.719’ E 10.0KTS
40
1.46NM
109.8°
0.10NM
2D
1.2
42
Figure 11-4 Location of magnetic bearing
indication on DATA DISPLAY (2)
11.3 Magnetic Deviation
The magnetic deviations for all areas of the earth are preprogrammed
into this unit. The preprogrammed variation is accurate for most instances, however you may wish to manually enter a variation.
1. Press [MENU] and [8].
2. Select BEARING.
3. Select MAGNETIC DEVIATION.
4. Select MANual.
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5. Enter magnetic deviation; magnetic deviation value and plus for
East and minus for West. If the magnetic deviation is plus 6°E,
for example, press [0], [6] and [+].
6. Press the [ENT] key.
11.4 Changing Chart Appearance
This section describes how to change chart appearance, for example,
change color and brightness of background, turn grid lines on or off,
etc. This is applicable to both FURUNO and NAVIONICS chart cards.
1. Press the [CHART] key to display the GEODETIC DATUM
menu.
GEODETIC DATUM
LAND DENSITY
= 1 2 3 4 0 (OFF)
LAND COLOR
= 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
PLACE-NAME
= ON
OFF
GRID
= ON
OFF
BACKGROUND COLOR = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 (OFF)
BACKGROUND BRT
= HIGH
LOW
Figure 11-5 GEODETIC DATUM menu
2. Select options as appropriate. Table 11-1 describes the GEODETIC DATUM menu.
Table 11-1 GEODETIC DATUM menu description
Menu Item
Function
LAND DENSITY
Selects land brightness; 1 for highest, 0 for none.
LAND COLOR
Selects land color among seven colors.
PLACE-NAME
Turns geographic place-name display on/off.
GRID
Turns grid on/off.
BACKGROUND COLOR
Select background color among seven colors and off.
BACKGROUND BRT
Selects background brightness for high or low.
3. Press the [ENT] key.
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11.5 Correcting Chart Position
There may be some instances where the chart latitude and longitude
position are off by some seconds. You can compensate for this error.
You may correct chart position three ways: by cursor, by latitude and
longitude, by Delta L/L.
When you apply an offset to chart position the L/L icon appears at the
bottom right-hand corner on the display.
Figure 11-6 Icon shown when chart offset is applied
Correcting chart position by cursor
To correct chart position by the cursor;
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the [6] key to display the
CORRECT POSITION screen.
6 CORRECT POSITION
POS CORR = YES
NO
MODE
= CURSOR
L/L
LATITUDE
=
°
.
’N (
.
’N)
LONGITUDE =
°
.
’E (
.
’E)
L/L
SET CURSOR ON CORRECT POSITION AND PRESS
ENT TO DISPLAY
L/L.
PRESS ENT AGAIN TO REGISTER.
Figure 11-7 CORRECT POSITION menu
2. Select YES.
3. Select CURSOR from the MODE line.
4. Operate the trackball to set the cursor on correct latitude and longitude position.
5.
Press the [ENT] key to display ∆ L/L.
6.
Press the [ENT] key again to register.
11-5
Correcting chart position by latitude and
longitude
You can correct chart position by manually entering latitude and longitude corrections.
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the [6] key to display the
CORRECT POSITION screen.
6 CORRECT POSITION
POS CORR = YES
NO
MODE
= CURSOR
L/L
LATITUDE
=
L/L
− − ° − − . − − − ’N
(
.
’N)
LONGITUDE = − − − ° − − . − − − ’E
(
.
’E)
SET CORRECT L/L POSITION THROUGH KEYBOARD
AND PRESS ENT TO DISPLAY
L/L.
PRESS ENT AGAIN TO REGISTER.
+ : N, E
− : S, W
Figure 11-8 CORRECT POSITION menu
2. Select YES from the POS CORR field.
3. Select L/L from the MODE field.
4. Enter latitude and longitude corrections in the LATITUDE and
LONGITUDE fields.
5. Press the [ENT] key to display ∆ L/L.
6. Press the [ENT] key again to register.
Corrections chart position by ∆ (Delta) L/L
Follow the procedure below to correct chart position by Delta L/L.
1.
Press the [MENU] key followed by the [6] key to display the
CORRECT POSITION screen.
6 CORRECT POSITION
POS CORR = YES
NO
MODE
= CURSOR
L/L
DELTA LAT
= − − ° − − . − − − ’N
L/L
DELTA LONG = − − ° − − . − − − ’E
ENTER L/L CORRECTION VALUE THROUGH KEYBOARD.
+ : N, E
− : S, W
Figure 11-9 CORRECT POSITION menu
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2. Select YES from the POS CORR field.
3. Select ∆ L/L from the MODE field.
4.
Enter latitude and longitude correction values.
5. Press the [ENT] key.
Cancelling chart position correction
1. Press [MENU] and [6].
2. Select NO from the POS CORR field.
3. Press the [ENT] key.
11.6 Loran TD Correction
When the Loran A or Loran C TD display shows constant error you
can correct it as follows:
1. Press the [MENU] key.
8 INITIAL SETTINGS
AUTOPILOT DISPLAY = ON
OFF
TD INDICATION
= LA
LC
STATION PAIR
= 00-01
TO CORRECTION 1
= 000.0 µS
TO CORRECTION 2
= 000.0 µS
SELF TEST
: OK
PROGRAM NO.
: 14517020xx
OFF
Figure 11-10 INITIAL SETTINGS menu, lower half
2. Press the [8] key to display the INITIAL SETTINGS menu.
3. Select TD CORRECTION 1.
4. Enter TD correction value in microseconds. If the value is -0.1
microseconds, for example, press [0], [0], [0], and [1].
5. Select TD CORRECTION 2 and enter TD correction value in
microseconds.
6. Press the [ENT] key.
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11.7 Calculating R/B Between Two Points
You can calculate the range and bearing between any two points.
Three methods are available: by latitude and longitude, by cursor,
and by waypoint numbers.
Calculating R/B by latitude and longitude
To calculate the range and bearing between latitude and longitude
points;
1. Press [MENU], [9], and [2] to display the CALCULATE RANGE/
BEARING menu.
9-2 CALCULATE RANGE/BEARING
MODE
= CURSOR
L/L
WAYPOINT
START PT : − − ° − − . − − − ’ N − − ° − − . − − − ’ E
STOP PT : − − ° − − . − − − ’ N − − ° − − . − − − ’ E
RANGE
: − − − − . − − NM
BEARING : − − − .− °
Calculation
results
ENTER L/L START AND STOP POINTS.
PRESS CLR TO CALCULATE ANOTHER R/B.
Figure 11-11 CALCULATE RANGE/BEARING menu
2. Select L/L from the MODE field.
3. Select the START PT line.
4. Enter latitude and longitude of start point.
5. Select the STOP PT line.
6. Enter latitude and longitude of stop point.
7. Press the [ENT] key. The calculation results appear.
11-8
Calculating R/B by latitude and longitude
You can calculate the range and bearing between two points by using
the cursor to designate the two points.
1. Press [MENU], [9] and [2] to display the CALCULATE RANGE/
BEARING menu.
9-2 CALCULATE RANGE/BEARING
MODE
= CURSOR
L/L
WAYPOINT
START PT : − − ° − − . − − − ’ N − − ° − − . − − − ’ E
STOP PT : − − ° − − . − − − ’ N − − ° − − . − − − ’ E
RANGE
: − − − − . − − NM
BEARING : − − − .− °
Calculation
results
SELECT START AND STOP POINTS BY USING CURSOR,
PRESSING ENT AFTER EACH POINT.
PRESS CLR TO CALCULATE ANOTHER R/B.
Figure 11-12 CALCULATE RANGE/BEARING menu
2. Select CURSOR from the MODE field.
3. Operate the trackball to select start point and then press ENT. A
green square marks start point.
4. Operate the trackball to select stop point and then press ENT. A
solid green line connects start and stop points and the calculation
results appear on the menu.
Calculating R/B by waypoint numbers
To find the range and bearing between two registered waypoints;
1. Press [MENU], [9] and [2] to display the CALCULATE RANGE/
BEARING menu.
9-2 CALCULATE RANGE/BEARING
MODE
= CURSOR
L/L
WAYPOINT
START PT= − −
STOP PT = − −
RANGE
: − − − − . − − NM
BEARING : − − − .− °
Calculation
results
ENTER START AND STOP WAYPOINT NUMBERS.
PRESS CLR TO CALCULATE ANOTHER R/B.
Figure 11-13 CALCULATE RANGE/BEARING menu
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2. Select WAYPOINT from the MODE field.
3. Enter start and stop waypoints by using arrow keys and numeric
keys.
4. Press the [ENT] key. The calculation results appear on the menu.
11.8 Locking Preferred Settings
The GD/GP-3300 provides various methods for entering and selecting destination waypoint, waypoint and other items. Once you find
the method you prefer you may want to lock it to have it automatically selected. This section shows how to do this.
When you lock settings the following functions are not available:
• Selection of method to enter waypoint, destination waypoint, route,
and perform range and bearing calculation
• Chart correction (menu 6)
• Memory apportion (menu 7)
• Initial settings (menu 8)
• Self test (menu 9-9)
Locking or unlocking preferred settings
While pressing and holding down the [MENU] key, turn on the power.
Release the [MENU] key when the plot display (or video pilot display) appears.
11.9 Memory Capacity
The default memory arrangement is as shown in Figure 11-14.
Track
4000 pts
Mark/Line/
External Event
Mark
4000 pts
External Waypoint 1 pt
+
Waypoints
99 pts
Route
Points
150 pts
Figure 11-14 Default memory arrangement
11-10
The track and memory capacity includes current or loaded track and
current or loaded marks.
• Current track: Position input by navigator
• Current mark: Mark input through keyboard
• Loaded track/mark: Track/mark loaded from a memory card
Note: Waypoints loaded from a memory card are erased if they share
the same waypoint numbers as current waypoints.
Postion data
from navigator
External event
mark
Marks entered
thru keyboard
Memory
card data
Track
Memory
Mark
Memory
Figure 11-15 Contents of track and mark memories
Track memory
When the track memory becomes full oldest track is deleted.
3000 pts
+
=
3000 pts
1600 pts
New Track
1000 pts
Current Track
Erased
600 pts
600 pts of
current track are erased.
Figure 11-16 How track points are deleted
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Mark/line memory
When the mark memory becomes full no marks can be entered.
Cannot enter
400 points.
1200 pts
1600 pts
+
=
400 pts
1200 pts
2800 pts
New Marks
2800 pts
Current Marks
Figure 11-17 What happens when the mark memory becomes full
and new marks are entered
Cannot enter
800 pts.
800 pts
1600 pts
+
1800 pts
played back
Marks
=
800 pts
800 pts
1800 pts
New Marks
1400 pts
1400 pts
Current Marks
Figure 11-18 What happens when the mark memory is full and
marks are added to existing and loaded marks
11.10 Apportioning the Memory
The default memory apportion is 4,000 points each of tracks and
marks. However, you may change that setting to suit your operating
needs.
If you want the memory apportion to be 5,000 points of track and
3,000 points of marks, for example, follow the procedure below.
Note: All track and marks are erased when the memory is reapportioned.
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [7] key to select APPORTION/DELETE MEMORY.
3. Press the [1] key to select APPORTION MEMORY.
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7-1 APPORTION MEMORY
TRACK MEM. = 4000 PTS (MAX 8000PTS)
CURRENT APPORTION
TRACK :
4000 PTS
MARK
4000 PTS
:
MEMORY APPORTION
CHANGE DELETE
TRACKS AND ALL MARKS.
ENTER DESIRED MAXIMUM NO. OF TRACK POINTS.
MAXIMUM NO. OF MARKS = 8000 - MAXIMUM NO. OF TRACK POINTS.
CHANGING MEMORY APPORTION DELETES ALL EXISTING TRACKS
AND MARKS.
Figure 11-19 APPORTION MEMORY screen
4. Enter number of memory points desired for track. If you want the
track capacity to be 5,000 points, press the [5] key and then press
the [0] key three times.
5. Press [ENT], [+] and [ENT].
11.11 Reading Number of Track, Marks Used
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [7] key to select APPORTION/DELETE MEMORY.
3. Press the [2] (DELETE TRACK) or [3] (DELETE MARK) key.
The figure below shows the DELETE TRACK screen.
7-2 DELETE TRACK
TRACK POINTS USED : 2167
MAX : 4000
ARE YOU SURE ? IF YES PRESS ENT.
Figure 11-20 DELETE TRACK screen
The display shows number of points used/track memory capacity. In Figure 11-20, 2,167 points of track have been used out of
4,000.
4. Press the [PLOT] key to return to the plot display.
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11.12 Smoothing
In Figure 11-21, the actual ship’s track is shown by a wide hatched
arrow and the position being fed from the navigational aid is shown
by black dots. If smoothing is selected to “0 (off),” the track shown
on the display will be a irregular track plotting (solid line) due to
signal variations. To smooth this track, the “Weight Factor” given to
new position data compared to previous fixes should be changed.
For instance, number 03 provides a weighting factor of 13/16 for
new data and 3/16 for previous data. The higher the smoothing number, the slower the position updating becomes. In the figure below,
the track shown by the broken line has a time delay more than the one
shown by the dot-dash line, because of higher smoothing rate.
To enter a smoothing rate of 03, for example;
1. Press the [MENU] and [8].
2. Select L/L SMOOTHING.
3. Press the [0] and [3] keys to enter smoothing rate of 3.
4. Press the [ENT] key.
0-6 : Position from navaid
0-6 : Position with smoothing applied
New Position
16 equal
parts
Current Position
(3/16)
Pervious Position
Delay due
SMOOTHING SETTING: 03
to smoothing
Track display with no smoothing
Track display with smoothing of 08
: Track display with no smoothing
: Track display with smoothing of 12
: Track display with smoothing of 14
Figure 11-22 Smoothing
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11.13 Selecting Navaid
Navigation data can be fed from the internal GPS receiver (GP-3300
only) or external navigator. The default navaid setting for the GP3300 is the internal GPS receiver.
To select an external navaid;
1. Press [MENU] and [8] to display the INITIAL SETTING menu.
8 INITIAL SETTINGS
PAGE CHANGE (TO GPS INITIAL SETTINGS)
INTERNAL NAV
=
ON
OFF
EXTERNAL NAV
= GPS LC LA DC DR OFF
I/O DATA FORMAT
= CIF NMEA183 NMEA180/182
Figure 11-23 INITIAL SETTINGS menu, first three items
2. Select OFF from the INTERNAL NAV field.
3. Select the EXTERNAL NAV line.
4. Select navigator desired: LC, Loran C; LA, Loran A; DC, Decca;
DR, Dead Reckoning.
5. Press the [ENT] key.
Note: If both internal and external GPS receivers are selected on the
GP-3300, position data from the internal receiver will be used to fix
position.
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11.14 Track, Mark and Marker Attributes
The INITIAL SETTINGS menu (Menu 8) and SPECIAL menu (Menu
9-6) contain display-related items which you change the size or shape
or turn on/off as desired.
The figure below shows the items on the INITIAL SETTINGS menu
which you can change their attributes.
+36° 44.257’ N 340.5°
134° 40.719’ E 10.0KTS
40
1.46NM
109.8°
0.10NM
2D
1.1
Unit of range
measurement
42
Side of marks
Type of course
vector
6
48
07
Size of own
ship marker
T08
T07
Sector information
(lighthouse viewing
angle, FURUNO
charts)
Type of cursor
44
+
T06
08
Thickness of
track
1
Time mark
Figure 11-24 Items whose attributes you can change on the
INITIAL SETTINGS and SPECIAL menus
11-16
Initial settings menu
8 INITIAL SETTINGS
LINE (HOLD PLOT)
= ON
OFF
MAGNETIC DEVIATION = AUTO (07°W) MAN (06°E) (0~99)
BEARING
= TRUE
MAGNETIC
COURSE VECTOR
= VECTOR
LINE
MARK SIZE
= LARGE
SMALL
CURSOR SIZE
= LARGE
SMALL
OWN SHIP MARK
= LARGE
SMALL
TRACK WIDTH
= THICK
THIN
RANGE UNIT
= NM
VTD AVG TIME
= 10MIN
DATE
= 1998-04-10 (YYYY-MM-DD)
TIME
= 10: 01: 50
EXTERNAL CLOCK
= ON
OFF
AUTOPILOT DISPLAY
= ON
OFF
TD INDICATION
= LA
OFF
Km
LC
SM
OFF
Figure 11-25 INITIAL SETTINGS menu
Special menu
The SPECIAL menu, which you can display by pressing [MENU],
[9], [6] also contains display screen-related items which you can turn
on or off.
9-6 SPECIAL
TIME MARK
= ON
OFF
EVENT MARK WINDOW = ON
OFF
ROUTE LINE
= ON
OFF
SCREEN SCALE
= DISTANCE
SCALE
AD DATA FORMAT
= NMEA-183
NMEA-180S
SECTOR INFORMATION = ON
OFF
Figure 11-26 SPECIAL menu
11-17
The tables on the next page explain the display screen-related items
on the INITIAL SETTINGS and SPECIAL menus.
Table 11-1 Customizable items on the INITIAL SETTINGS menu
Item
Function
WAYPOINT MARK
Globally turns the waypoint mark display on/off.
EVENT MARK
Globally turns event mark display on/off.
COURSE VECTOR
Selects course vector display method; vector,
line or none (off).
MARK SIZE
Selects mark size for large/small.
CURSOR SIZE
Select cursor size for large/small.
OWN SHIP MARK
Selects own ship mark for large/small.
TRACK WIDTH
Selects track width for thick/thin.
RANGE UNIT
Displays range in either nautical miles,
kilometers, or statute miles.
VTD AVG TIME
Changes averaging time for ship’s speed
used in ETA calculation.
EXTERNAL CLOCK External navigator's clock resets the 3300's
internal clock every hour.
Table 11-2 Customizable items on SPECIAL menu
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Item
Function
TIME MARK
Turns the time mark on/off.
EVENT MARK
WINDOW
Turns mark data window on/off on video pilot
display.
ROUTE LINE
Disconnects/connects waypoints on a route.
SCREEN SCALE
Selects display screen scale for distance or
scale.
AP DATA FORMAT
Selects autopilot data format; NMEA 0183 or
NMEA 0180S.
SECTOR
INFORMATION
Turns lighthouse viewing angle indication on
FURUNO charts on/off. Viewing angle is
shown as an arc extending from lighthouse
position. Arc color, white or green, is the color
of the light beam. This feature is available on
selected charts.
11.15 Chart Symbols, Contour Lines Attributes
You can change the color of chart symbols (wreck, beacon, etc.) and
style and color of contour lines as follows:
1. Press [MENU], [9] and [7] to display the SELECT MARKS/
CONTOUR LINES menu.
9-7 SELECT MARKS/CONTOUR LINES
PEAK
=
SHIP WRECK=
LIT HOUSE =
LIT BUOY
=
BEACON
=
NAV DANGER=
FISH SHLTR =
LINE
5m=
10m=
20m=
50m=
100m=
150m=
200m=
300m=
500m=
1000m=
1500m=
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INTRMDIATE =
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DATA
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0
=
SELECT STYLE OF LINE BY → AND ← , AND COLOR OF LINE BY
USING NUMBER KEY.
Figure 11-27 SELECT MARKS/CONTOUR LINES menu
2. Select item and option as appropriate.
3. Press the [ENT] key.
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MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING
Regular maintenance is important for good performance. Following
the procedures set forth in this chapter will help keep your unit in top
operating condition for many years to come.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
12.1 Preventive Maintenance
This section contains maintenance and checking information for both
the user . A regular maintenance schedule should be established and
should include at least the following.
• Checks connectors and terminals on rear of unit for proper seating
and rust. Clean if necessary.
• Check earth terminal for rust. Clean if necessary.
• Dust on the display dims the picture. Clean the display screen regularly with a soft cloth. The only recommended cleaning agent is an
anti-static spray. Use special care when cleaning the LCD, since it
scratches easily.
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12.2 Diagnostic Tests
The display unit incorporates several diagnostic tests which check
the system for proper operation.
Self test at power on
Each time you turn on the power all devices and the internal battery
are checked for proper operation. The display shows the results of
the check as OK (normal) or NG (No Good). In the sample results
shown in Figure 12-1, all devices and the internal battery are operating normally.
START UP TEST
ROM
= OK
SRAM
= OK
VRAM
= OK
INTERNAL BATTERY
= OK
Figure 12-1 Sample start up test results
If NG is shown for the internal battery, press any key, save display to
a memory card, and then turn off the power. Request replacement of
the internal battery.
Memory circuits, I/O ports
This test continuously checks the memory circuits and I/O ports. Further, it can check ROM and RAM cards for proper operation, by inserting them before executing the test. (If no card(s) is inserted, NG
appears as the results for the card check.)
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [9] key to select MISC.
3. Press the [9] key to display the SELF TEST menu.
9-9 SELF TEST
1 MEMORY • I/O PORT
2 KEYBOARD
3 TEST PATTERN 1
4 TEST PATTERN 2
Figure 12-2 SELF TEST menu
12-2
4. Press the [1] key to select MEMORY•I/O PORT. Then, the unit
checks each memory circuit and I/O port one by one, displaying
the results after each checking each item.
9-9-1 MEMORY TEST
Asterisk marks
item currently
being tested.
*ROM
= OK
SRAM
= OK
VRAM
MEMORY CARD
= OK
UPPER
LOWER
INTERNAL BATTERY
CARD BATTERY
UPPER
LOWER
=
OK
OK
=
OK
OK
*1
= OK
SIO (DATA IN/OUT)
= *2
SIO (AUTOPILOT)
= *2
GPS
= OK
PRESS ANY KEY TO EXIT.
1* "NG" displayed when chart card is inserted.
*2 Special test connectors required to check "SIO."
Figure 12-3 Sample memory circuit, I/O port test results display
5. To escape from the test, press any key.
Keyboard test
1. Press [MENU], [9], [9] and [2] to select KEYBOARD TEST.
The display should look like Figure 12-4.
9-9-2 KEYBOARD TEST
PRESS KEYS ONE BY ONE TO TEST.
PRESS CLR 3 TIMES TO RETURN TO MAIN MENU.
Figure 12-4 Keyboard test display
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2. Press each key one by one. If a key is functioning normally its
location on the display lights in light-blue while the key is pressed
and held.
3. After pressing all keys, press the [CLR] key three times to escape.
Test pattern 1 (color dropout)
This test checks for color dropout.
1. Press [MENU], [9], [9] and [3] to select TEST PATTERN 1. The
display should look like Figure 12-5.
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Figure 12-5 Test pattern 1
2. Check the pattern for color dropout.
3. Press any key to escape.
Test pattern 2 (color distortion)
This test checks for color distortion.
1. Press [MENU], [9], [9] and [4] to select TEST PATTERN 2.
2. Press keys 1-8 one by one to check for proper display of colors.
3. Press any key except numeric keys 1-8 to escape.
12-4
12.3 Error Messages
The following is an alphabetical listing of error messages which may
appear on the display along with an explanation of what they mean
and what to do when they appear.
Cannot be deleted together.
Cannot delete both current track and loaded track together by the
cursor. Use the BOX method.
Cannot load waypoint/route when destination is selected.
Destination waypoint is selected.
Cannot write over entered waypoint no.
Waypoint 99 entered on route list. This number is reserved for
external waypoint.
Card is full.
Not enough memory space on card to save file. Use new memory
card.
Card is write protected. Try again?
Memory card write protected. Release write protection tab on
card.
Card not formatted.
Memory card not formatted. Format memory card.
Correction value is too large.
Correction value entered is greater than 60 minutes.
Could not delete. Press any key.
Memory card write protected.
Could not load.
Memory card contents may be corrupted.
Could not load. Press any key to exit.
Memory card ejected before it could be loaded.
Could not save. Press any key.
Memory card write protected, or ROM card inserted instead of
memory card.
12-5
Could not save. Try again?
• Memory card write protected.
• ROM card inserted instead of memory card.
• Memory card is full.
Data error.
• No data entered in waypoint selected.
• No data entered in route selected.
• ENT key pressed before entering data.
Formatting failed. Press any key to exit.
• Memory card is write protected.
• ROM card inserted instead of memory card.
Insert memory card.
Load area too small.
Not enough memory space remaining on the display to load file
desired.
Memory card not inserted. Insert memory card and press ENT.
• Memory card not inserted properly.
• Memory card inserted in wrong slot.
Memory card replaced.
Memory card replaced during operation.
No file.
No file by that name exists.
No files on card. Insert proper memory card and press ENT.
No files on memory card to delete.
No ship’s position input.
No navigation data input. Check navigator (external navigator
used) and check navigation selection on the INITIAL SETTINGS
menu.
Too many files. Press any key to exit.
Too many files to save information to memory card. Delete a file
(menu 37), or use new memory card.
12-6
Waypoint already used.
Waypoint being used as destination waypoint.
Waypoint area is full.
No free waypoint area when waypoint registered without entering waypoint number.
Waypoint number already exists.
L/L position of waypoint entered as route point matches L/L position of a registered waypoint.
12.4 Replacement of Fuse
The 5A fuse on the rear of the unit protects the equipment from equipment fault and overcurrent. When you cannot turn on the power, check
the fuse on the rear of the unit. If the fuse has blown, check the cause
before replacing it.
CAUTION
Use the proper fuse.
Use of a wrong fuse can cause fire or
equipment damage.
12-7
12.5 Replacement of Batteries
Both the GDC Board inside the display unit and the memory cards
use a battery to store information. The life of these batteries is about
three years. When the voltage of a battery is low, the “battery” icon
appears on the display. The offending battery should be replaced at
your earliest convenience, so that important information will not be
lost.
Table 12-1 Replacement battery types and code numbers
Battery
Type
FURUNO Code No.
Memory
Lithium Battery,
000-141-093
Card Battery CR2025
Battery on
GDC Board
Lithium Battery,
000-123-713
BR-213AE 2P
Memory card battery
Insert new battery within 10 minutes after removing expired battery.
Otherwise, the information stored on the card will be lost.
1. Slide tab on card leftward. Remove battery.
2. Insert new battery plus terminal facing upward.
3. Close battery lid.
Tab
Face "+" mark
upward.
Battery case
Figure 12-6 How to replace memory card battery
12-8
12.6 Verifying Program Version No.
The procedure which follows shows how to verify the program version no. of both the plotter section and the GPS section (GP-3300).
Plotter section
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the [8] key select INITIAL SETTINGS.
The plotter program number and its version number appear at the
bottom of the display. The extreme right two digits are the version number.
8 INITIAL SETTINGS
SELF TEST
: OK
PROGRAM NO. : 14517020 xx
Program no. of
plotter section
xx : Version number
Figure 12-7 INITIAL SETTINGS menu, showing
location of plotter secttion program number
GPS section (GP-3300)
3. Press [↑] to select PAGE CHANGE (TO GPS INITIAL SETTINGS).
The GPS section program number and its version number appear
at the bottom of the display. The extreme right two digits are the
version number.
8 INITIAL SETTINGS
: SELECT ITEM
: SELECT PARAMETER
PROGRAM NO. : 48501050 xx
Program no. of
GPS section
xx : Version number
Figure 12-8 GPS INITIAL SETTINGS menu, showing
location of GPS section program number
12-9
12.7 Troubleshooting Table
The section provides a troubleshooting table which the user can follow to identify and resolve operating problems. In most cases the
cause of operating problems is simple; wrong key pressed, loosened
connection, etc.
Table 12-2 Troubleshooting table
If...
Then...
Plotter Section (GD-3300/GP-3300)
you cannot turn on the power
• check for blown fuse.
• have a service technician measure voltage at power
connector to confirm if it is within specified rating.
• the power cable may be too thin; you may not be
able to turn on the power because of large power loss
(12 V set).
when turning on the power the self test
results are not cleared after several
seconds
• check for NG display.
• press any key to try to restore normal operation. If
that doesn’t work, call for service.
nothing appears on the display
• try to adjust screen brilliance.
• the unit may be operating in the economy mode.
Press any key to cancel the economy mode.
own ship marker blinks fastly
• there is no navigation input. Check navigation device
(external) and navigation aid selection on MENU 8.
asterisks appear instead of ship’s position
• the navigation device (external) may be off.
• check for loosened connection on navigator (external).
• check navigation aid selection for error.
old track is erased
• the track memory is full. Save track to a memory card
and then delete it from the display (MENU 72), or
delete unnecessary track.
you erased old track but old track is still
being erased
• you erased a mid section of the track.
(Continued on next page)
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If...
Then...
Plotter Section (GD-3300/GP-3300)
track is not displayed
• the menu item TRACK (HOLD PLOT) on the INITIAL
SETTINGS menu is set for OFF. (no track display
during no recording of track)
you cannot enter marks or lines
• the mark memory is full. Press [MENU], [7] and [3] to
check number of mark points used.
you cannot erase a mark
• two or more marks mey share the same position.
Press [CLR] several times to delete.
you cannot erase the flag mark on a route
• the point is currently selected as a destination waypoint.
• it is part of a registered route.
you have selected a route for navigation
but route waypoints are not connected
• a route waypoint which is within the arrival alarm
range is selected.
• ROUTE LINE on SPECIAL menu (MENU 96) is set
for OFF.
estimated time of arrival is wrong
• clock setting is wrong. Press [MENU] and [8] to set
clock.
bearing display is different from that
output by another navigation aid
• bearing display method is not the same on each unit.
• magnetic variation is applied to external navigator.
Press [MENU] and [8] and then change bearing mode
or apply magnetic variation correction.
asterisks are displayed instead of Loran
TDs
• wrong Loran TD setting on MENU 8. Display that
menu and reenter TDs.
Loran TDs wrong
• enter a TD offset value on MENU 8.
speed change reaction is too slow (for
example, ship is dead in water but display
shows ship's speed)
• check for unsuitable smoothing settting. Enter
suitable smoothing figure on MENU 8.
a key is pressed but there is no response
• the keyboard may have locked. Do the following:
1) Reset the power.
2) If normal operation could not be restored, press
[MENU], [9], [8] and [2] to clear all memories.
If neither remedy works, call for service.
(Continued on next page)
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IF...
THEN...
Plotter Section (GD-3300/GP-3300)
you cannot save display to a memory card • the card has not been formatted.
• the card is write protected.
• the card is full.
GPS Section (GP-3300)
GPS accuracy is poor
• check for wrong antenna height setting on the GPS
INITIAL SETTINGS menu.
GPS position-fixing time is short
• HDOP threshold and maximum elevation angle
settings on GPS INITIAL SETTINGS menu may be
wrong. The default settings of 20 (HDOP) and 5∞
(elevation angle) work well in most all cases.
position-fixing time much shorter than that
of other vessels
• HDOP setting (GPS INITIAL SETTINGS menu) is too
small.
there is no position fixing
• the Almanac is more than one year old.
• check for wrong date and time on INITIAL SETTINGS
menu.
• check antenna.
12.8 Clearing Memories
Both the GD-3300 and GP-3300 have GD and display screen memories. The GP-3300 also has the GP memory.
Memories can be cleared to start fresh operation. When you clear a
memory the equipment automatically restores default settings for the
memory cleared.
1. Press the [MENU] key.
MENU
1 WAYPOINT
2 ROUTE
3 SAVE DATA TO MEMORY CARD
4 LOAD MEMORY CARD
5 DISPLAY MEMORY CARD
6 CORRECT POSITION
7 APPORTION/DELETE MEMORY
8 INITIAL SETTINGS
9 MISC
SELECT BY USING NUMBER KEY.
Figure 12-9 Main menu
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2. Press the [9] key to select MISC.
9 MISC
1 EDIT TRACK/MARK
2 CALCULATE RANGE/BEARING
3
4
5
6 SPECIAL
7 SELECT MARKS/CONTOUR LINES
8 CLEAR MEMORY
9 SELF TEST
SELECT NUMBER.
Figure 12-10 MISC menu
3. Press the [8] key to select CLEAR MEMORY.
9 - 8 CLEAR MEMORY
1 CLEAR SCREEN DATA
2 CLEAR ALL GD DATA
3 CLEAR GPS DATA
4 CLEAR ALL DATA
Figure 12-11 CLEAR MEMORY menu
4. Press appropriate numeric key to clear memory:
[1] CLEAR SCREEN DATA: Clears all data currently shown on
the screen.
[2] CLEAR ALL GD DATA: Clears all GD data (track, marks,
lines, waypoints, routes).
[3] CLEAR GPS DATA: Clears all GPS data (GPS-related menu
settings).
[4] CLEAR ALL DATA: Clears all screen, GD and GPS data.
5. Press the [ENT] key.
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Time Differences
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WGS72
TOKYO
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EUROPEAN 1950
AUSTRALIAN GEODETIC 1984
ADINDAN
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AIN EL ABD 1970
ANNA 1 ASTRO 1965
ARC 1950
ARC 1960
ASCENSION IS. 1958
ASTRO BEACON “E”
ASTRO B4 SOR. ATOLL
ASTRO POS 71/4
ASTRONOMIC STATION 1952
AUSTRALIAN GEODETIC 1966
BELLEVUE (IGN)
BERMUDA 1957
BOGOTA OBSERVATORY
GAUPO INCHAUSPE
CANTON IS. 1966
CAPE
CAPE CANAVERAL
CARTHAGE
CHATHAM 1971
CHUA ASTRO
CORREGO ALEGRE
DJAKARTA (BATAVIA)
DOS 1968
EASTER IS. 1967
EUROPEAN 1950 (Cont’d)
EUROPEAN 1979
GANDAJIKA BASE
GEODETIC DATUM 1949
GUAM 1963
GUX 1 ASTRO
HJORSEY 1955
HONG KONG 1363
INDIAN
IRELAND 1965
ISTS 073 ASTRO 1969
JOHNSTON IS. 1961
KANDAWALA
KERGUELEN IS.
KERTAU 1948
LA REUNION
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LIBERIA 1964
LUZON
MAHE 1971
MARCO ASTRO
MASSAWA
MERCHICH
MIDWAY ASTRO 1961
MINNA
NAHRWAN
NAMIBIA
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Mean Value (CONUS)
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Mean Value (Ethiopia & Sudan)
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Senegal
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Somalia
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Malawi
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Zambia
Zimbabwe
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Tanzania
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Bermuda Islands
Columbia
Argentina
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Paraguay
Brazil
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Cyprus
Egypt
England, Scotland, Channel & Shetland Islands
England, Ireland, Scotland, & Shetland Islands
Greece
Iran
Italy, Sardinia
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Norway & Finland
Portugal & Spain
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New Zealand
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Iceland
Hong Kong
Thailand & Vietnam
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Sri Lanka
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Philippines (excl. Mindanao Is.)
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Mahe Is.
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Eritrea (Ethiopia)
Morocco
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Nigeria
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Saudi Arabia
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Alaska
Bahamas (excl. San Salvador Is.)
Bahamas, San Salvador Is.
Canada (incl. Newfoundland Is.)
Alberta & British Columbia
East Canada
Manitoba & Ontario
Northwest Territories & Saskatchewan
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: Caribbean
: Central America
: Cuba
: Greenland
: Mexico
NORTH AMERICAN 1983
: Alaska
: Canada
: CONUS
: Mexico, Central America
OBSERVATORIO 1966
: Corvo & Flores Islands (Azores)
OLD EGYPTIAN 1930
: Egypt
OLD HAWAIIAN
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: Kauai
: Maui
: Oahu
OMAN
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ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GREAT BRITAIN 1936: Mean Value
: England
: England, Isle of Man & Wales
: Scotland, & Shetland Islands
: Wales
PICO DE LAS NIVIES
: Canary Islands
PITCAIRN ASTRO 1967
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PROVISIONS SOUTH CHILEAN 1963: South Chile (near 53˚ S)
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: Bolivia
: Chile-Northern Chile (near 19˚S)
: Chile-Southern Chile (near 43˚S)
: Columbia
: Ecuador
: Guyana
: Peru
: Venezuela
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: Puerto Rico & Virgin Islands
QATAR NATIONAL
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QORNOQ
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ROME 1940
: Sardinia Islands
SANTA BRAZ
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SANTO (DOS)
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SAPPER HILL 1943
: East Falkland Is.
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: Bolivia
: Brazil
: Chile
: Columbia
: Ecuador
: Guyana
: Paraguay
: Peru
: Trinidad & Tobago
: Venezuela
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: Singapore
SOUTHEAST BASE
: Porto Santo & Madeira Islands
SOUTHWEST BASE
: Faial, Graciosa, Pico, Sao Jorge, & Terceira Is.
TIMBALAI 1948
: Brunei & East Malaysia (Sarawak & Sadah)
TOKYO
: Japan
: Korea
: Okinawa
TRISTAN ASTRO 1968
: Tristan da Cunha
VITI LEVU 1916
: Viti Levu Is. (Fiji Islands)
WAKE-ENIWETOK 1960
: Marshall Islands
ZANDERIJ
: Surinam
BUKIT RIMPAH
: Bangka & Belitung Islands (Indonesia)
CAMP AREA ASTRO
: Camp Mcmurdo Area, Antarctica
G. SEGARA
: Kalimantan Is. (Indonesia)
HERAT NORTH
: Afghanistan
HU-TZU-SHAN
: Taiwan
TANANARIVE OBSERVATORY 1925: Madagascar
YACARE
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RT-90
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SPECIFICATIONS OF COLOR VIDEO PLOTTER/COLOR GPS PLOTTER
GD/GP-3300
1. GENERAL
(1) Display
10.4 inch high resolution color LCD, 8 colors
(2) Projection
Mercator
(3) Usable Area
85° latitude or below
(4) Display Mode
Plotter, Video pilot, NAV data
2. GPS RECEIVER (GP-3300 ONLY)
(1) Receiving Channels
8 channels, 8 satellite tracking, Parallel tracking
(2) Rx Frequency
1575.42 MHz
(3) Rx Code
C/A code
(4) Position Fixing System
All in view, 8-state Kalman filter
(5) Position Accuracy
Approx. 50 m, 95% of the time,
horizontal dilution of position (HDOP)≤4
Note: All GPS receiver are subject to degradation of position and
velocity accuracy under the U.S. Department of Defense.
Position may be degraded.
DGPS: 5 m approx., 95% of the time
(6) Tracking Velocity
900 kts
(7) Position-fixing Time
Warm start: 20 seconds, Cold start: 2 minutes
3. DISPLAY SECTION
(1) Effective area
211.2×158.4 mm
(2) Display pixels
640×480 dots
(3) Position Indication
Latitude/longitude or Loran C or A LOPS
4. PLOTTER
(1) Effective Projection Area 0.14 nm to 6,144 nm (at equatorial area)
(2) Track Display
Plot interval: by time (0 to 60 min.) or by distance (0 to 9.99 nm)
(3) Colors
Red, yellow, green , purple, light-blue, blue, white
(4) Memory Capacity
8000 points (track and mark point)
(5) Storage Capacity
Waypoint : 98 pts. with comment (10 character)
Simple route: 10 routes with 15 waypoints each
(6) External Waypoint
1 point
(7) Alarms
Arrival and Anchor watch alarms
Cross track error and border alarms
SP - 1
Ship’s speed in and out alarms
(8) Electronic Chart
FURUNO chart card or NAVIONICS chart card available
(9) Information Display
Ship’s L/L position (Loran C or A TDs also available)
Date and Time, Ship’s speed, Chart scale, Waypoint L/L position,
Range and bearing to destination waypoint
Cursor intersection L/L position
Range and bearing to cursor intersection
Water temperature and water depth (sensor data required)
5. DATA INPUT / OUTPUT
(1) Number of ports
Input: 3 Ports, Output: 4 ports
(2) Input data
DGPS: RTCM SC104
DATA IN/OUT: NMEA0183, NMEA0180/0182 and CIF
AP IN/OUT: NMEA0183
(3) Output data
DGPS: NMEA0183, NMEA0180/0182 and CIF
DATA IN/OUT: NMEA0183, NMEA0180/0182 and CIF
DATA OUT: NMEA0183, NMEA0180/0182 and CIF
AP IN/OUT: NMEA0183 and NMEA0180S
6. POWER SOURCE
(1) GD-3300:
12-24 VDC(-10%,+30%); 1.1-0.6 A
(2) GP-3300:
12-24 VDC(-10%,+30%); 1.3-0.7 A
(3) For AC Source
100/110/115/200/220/230 VAC, 1 phase, 50/60 Hz
(optional rectifier required)
7. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
(1) Useable Temperature
Antenna unit: -25°C to + 70°C
Display unit: -15°C to +55°C
(2) Relative Humidity
95%(40°C)
(3) Waterproofing
Antenna unit (GP-3300 only): IEC60529 IPX6
Display unit: IEC60529 IPX2
8. COATING COLOR
(1) Display Unit
Cover: Munsell 2.5GY5/1.5
Panel: N3.0
SP - 2
INDEX
A
D
ALARM key 6-5
Alarms
anchor watch alarm 6-2
arrival alarm 6-1
border alarm 6-3
ship's speed alarm 6-4
silencing buzzer 6-5
XTE alarm 6-3
Anchor watch alarm 6-2
Arrival alarm 6-1
Autopilot data 8-1–8-5
Data window 1-12
Date setting 1-20
Diagnostic tests
color distortion 12-4
color dropout 12-4
keyboard 12-3
memory, I/O port test 12-2
Display mode 1-13
Display shifting 1-5
B
Economy mode 1-17
Error messages 12-5
Event mark
data window on/off 11-18
turning off all 11-18
External event mark
erasing 3-5
turning on/off 3-5
Battery replacement 12-8
Bearing reference 11-3
Border alarm 6-3
BRILL ECONO key 1-7, 1-17
C
CENTER key 1-5
Chart cards
care and handling 1-9
inserting 1-2
Chart icons 1-10
Charts
background color, brightness 11-4
buoy, lighthouse (NAVIONICS cards) 1-11
chart appearance 11-4
chart scale 1-7
chart scale format 11-18
contour line color 11-19
correcting position 11-5–11-7
grid 11-4
land color 11-4
land density 11-4
lighthouse sector data 11-19
place-name indication 11-4
symbol color 11-19
symbols (FURUNO cards) 1-10
troubleshooting 1-9
CLR key 6-5
Cold start (GPS receiver) 10-8
Color distortion test 12-4
Color dropout test 12-4
Contour line color 11-19
Control description 1-2
Course vector 11-18
Cursor
description 1-4
size 11-18
CURSOR ON/OFF key 1-4
E
F
Fuse replacement 12-7
G
Geodetic chart list A-2
Geodetic datum 10-9
GPS receiver
cold start 10-8
geodetic datum 10-9
GPS data on navigation data display 10-1–103
GPS/DGPS initial settings 10-3
position correction 10-9
satellite selection/deselection 10-5
smoothing 10-6–10-7
GPS smoothing 10-6–10-7
H
HOLD indication 2-1
I
Icons
chart 1-10
operational status 1-17
INTVL PLOT key 2-9
K
Keyboard test 12-3
Index-1
L
O
Lines
changing color 3-6
deleting all 3-6
deleting individual points on a line 3-6
entering 3-6
Loran TDs
correcting position 11-7
Loran A TDs display 11-1
Loran C TDs display 11-2
Operational status icons 1-17
Own ship marker
centering 1-5
size 11-18
M
Magnetic deviation 11-3
Maintenance
preventive 12-1
replacement of batteries 12-8
replacement of fuse 12-7
Marks
changing color of past-entered marks 3-3
changing current color 3-2
changing shape of past-entered marks 3-3
deleting all 3-4
deleting by cursor 3-4
deleting specific 3-4
entering at own ship's position 3-1
entering by cursor 3-1
entering by latitude and longitude 3-1
external event mark 3-5
number of marks used 11-13
size 11-18
target mark 3-5
Memory
apportioning 11-12
capacity 11-10
clearing 12-12
Memory cards 9-1–9-6
adding track, marks, lines 9-6
battery replacement 12-8
deleting files 9-6
deleting track, marks, lines 9-6
formatting 9-1
playing back data 9-4
playing back initial settings 9-5
saving data 9-2
saving initial settings 9-5
Memory, I/O port test 12-2
MENU key 1-14
Menu tree viii
N
NAV DATA key 1-13
Navaid selection 11-15
Navigation data display 7-4
P
PLOT key 1-13
Plot mode displays 1-18
POWER switch 1-3
Preferred settings 11-10
Program version no. 12-9
R
Range and bearing calculation
by latitude and longitude 11-8, 11-9
by waypoint numbers 11-9
Range unit 11-18
ROUTE key 5-3
Routes
calculation of TTG 5-9
cancelling route navigation 5-8
connecting/disconnecting lines connecting route
points 11-18
creating by cursor 5-4
creating through route list 5-2
creating with previously registered waypoints
5-3
deleting all route waypoints 5-8
deleting specific route waypoints 5-7
following 5-5
temporarily deselecting route waypoints 5-6
S
Satellite selection/deselection 10-5
Ship's speed alarm 6-4
Smoothing 11-14
System configuration ix
T
Target mark 3-5
Time mark 11-18
Time setting 1-20
Track
appearance 2-2
changing color 2-2
deleting all 2-5
deleting by color 2-4
deleting by cursor, box cursor 2-4
hold function customization 2-8
number of track points used 11-13
plotting interval by time 2-7
stopping recording 2-1
width 11-18
Trackball 1-4
Troubleshooting table 12-10
Index-2
V
Video pilot display 7-1–7-3
VIDEO PILOT key 1-13
W
Waypoints
cancelling destination waypoint thru keyboard
4-12
cancelling destination waypoint thru menu 4-12
comments 4-5
deleting by cursor 4-7
deleting external waypoint 4-8
deleting through waypoint list 4-8
entering at own ship's position 4-4
entering by cursor 4-3
entering by latitude and longitude 4-2
entering by navigation aid 4-5
entering by range and bearing 4-4
setting destination waypoint by cursor 4-8
setting destination waypoint by range and
bearing 4-9
setting destination waypoint by waypoint
number 4-9
turning on/off all 11-18
turning on/off through the REGISTER
WAYPOINT menu 4-6
turning on/off through the waypoint list 4-7
X
XTE alarm 6-3
Z
ZOOM IN, ZOOM OUT keys 1-7
Index-3
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