SPECIFICATIONS Standards Display Unit Operating System Useable Charts Presentation Modes IMO Resolution A.817(19), IEC 61174 ed2 FEA-2107: MU-201CE, 20.1" color LCD, SXGA (1280 x 1024 pixels) FEA-2807: MU-231CE, 23.1" color LCD, UXGA (1600 x 1200 pixels) Windows XP IHO/S-57 v.3 vector chart, ARCS raster chart, C-MAP CM93 ed3* Power Supply *available in the near future Environment (IEC 60945 test method) Display Unit: Processor Unit: LAN Adapter: B Adapter: True/Relative Motion Noth-up, True/Relative Motion Course-up Relative Motion Head-up, Relative Motion Route-up Temperature All Units: Display of data Own ship : Route : ARPA targets : Others : -15˚C to +55˚C Equipment List Position, SOG, COG, Heading Planned route, Monitoring route Range, Bearing, Speed, Course, CPA and TCPA EBL, VRM, Parallel index line, Cursor position, Navigation and pilot data notebook Route/Waypoint Route: more than 100 routes Waypoints: 200 waypoints /route Voyage Calculation The following data can be calculated Range/Bearing to destination, TTG, ETA, Fuel consumption Route Navigation Monitoring Off track, Waypoint, Arrival, Grounding, Depth Alarms Off track, Channel limit, Waypoint approach, Depth Other Functions Night/day presentation colors, ARPA target display, Radar overlay, User chart function, Position optimization, MOB, Log book, Pilot data function, Track control system (TCS)* Standard 1. Display Unit FEA-2107: MU201CE, FEA-2807: MU-231CE 1 unit 2. Control Head RCU-018 or Trackball Control Unit RCU-015 (Specify when ordering) 1 unit 3. Processor Unit EC-1000C 1 unit 4. LAN Adapter EC-1010 1 unit 5. Power Supply Cable for Processor Unit, 1.5 m 1 pc 6. Power Supply Cable for Display Unit, 1.5 m 1 pc 1 pc 7. DVI Cable between Display Unit and Processor Unit, 5 m 8. Cable between Control Unit and Processor Unit, 10 m 1 pc 9. LAN Cable, 2 m 1 pc 10. Standard Spare Parts and Installation Materials 1 set Option 1. LAN Adapter EC-1010 2. B Adapter EC-1020 for equipment with analog interface 3. Remote Control Unit RCU-016 4. Cable between Control Unit and Remote Control Unit 03S9610, 1.5/10/20/30 m 5. Hub HUB-100 6. Radar Overlay Kit for FAR-21x5 series and FAR-28x5 series 7. Video Card for Conning Display Unit 8. Cable between Control Unit and Processor Unit, 20/30 m 9. DVI Cable between Display Unit and Processor Unit, 10 m 10. Armored LAN Cable OP03-186-10/20/30 11. Printer PP-510 12. USB-Parallel Printer Cable for PP-510 13. Hand Grip 14. Bracket 15. Connection Stand 16. Pedestal slim/standard Type * Please contact the local dealers in your area for details. Interface Input/output AIS : Radar signal : Input Gyrocompass : SDME (Speed log) : EPFS : Echo Sounder : Anemometer : Water temp Indicator : Current Indicator : Output Alarms : Printer : 100 - 230 VAC, 1 ø, 50/60 Hz 100 - 230 VAC, 1 ø, 50/60 Hz 24 VDC 24 VDC IEC 61162-2 (ABM, BBM) Ethernet 100 Base-TX or RAW Video IEC 61162-1 (HDT) or Synchro IEC 61162-1 (VBW) or Pulse type IEC 61162-1 (GLL, GGA, VTG, ZDA, DTM) IEC 61162-1 (DBT, DPT) IEC 61162-1 (MWV) IEC 61162-1 (MTW) IEC 61162-1 (VDR) Relay output Parallel Option INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM Control Unit Display Unit LAN Adapter MU-201CE/ 231CE AIS Track Pilot * AMWSS Route Backup GPS Navigator Anemometer Echo Sounder Log/Dual Axis Log Gyrocompass Engine Control Water Temp Indicator Alarms Serial 250V-TTYCS EC-1010 Ethernet 2.5 m RCU-018 or 5/10 m Processor Unit 10/20/30 m RCU-015 Remote Control Unit RCU-016 10/20/30 m *Up to two LAN adapters connectable HUB HUB-100 24 VDC 250V-TTYCS-1T HUB HUB-100 1.5 m 1.5 m With 8 ports Ethernet 10/20/30 m EC-1000C 5m Gyrocompass (Synchro) 250V- B Adapter TTYCS-1 EC-1020 Log (200 p/nm) x8 Alarms x8 With 18 ports Analog Sensors 250V-TTYCS/ 24 VDC MPYC Radar/ARPA* FAR-21x7 series FAR-28x7 series Printer PP-510 100-230 VAC x2 ECDIS for 2nd station Conning Monitor Shipyard Supply *Up to four systems can be connected Digitizer *Please contact the local dealers in your area for details. Processor Unit Trackball Control Unit MU-201CE 18.3 kg 40.4 lb EC-1000C 15 kg 33.1 lb RCU-015 2.4 kg 5.3 lb 287 11.3" 352 13.9" 11 0 MU-231CE 23.5 kg 51.8 lb Remote Control Unit RCU-018 3.7 kg 8.2 lb RCU-016 2.4 kg 5.3 lb 570 22.4" 110 4.3" 4- 4 Hand Grip (option) 136 5.4" 180 7.1" Bracket (option) 471 18.5" 313 12.3" 19 5 50 451 17.8" 35 352 13.9" 308 12.1" 398 15.7" 287 11.3" 590 23.2" 179 7.1" Control Head .9 " 598 23.5" 4.3 " 35 1.4" 50 2.0" 89 3.5" 160 6.3" 440 17.3" 470 18.5" 23.1" color LCD 136 5.4" 180 7.1" 150 5.9" 490 19.3" 4- 4 554 21.8" 4- 4 136 5.4" 180 7.1" Hand Grip (option) 110 4.3" 486 19.0" 395 15.6" Bracket (option) 150 5.9" 296 11.7" 35 50 2.0" 4.3 " .9 " 409 16.0" 45 4 17 526 20.7" 6- 8 506 19.9" 420 16.5" 11 0 10 0.4" Display Unit 534 21.0" 20.1" color LCD 39 1.5" 54 2.1" 92 3.6" 160 6.3" 35 1.4" 50 2.0" 89 3.5" TRADE MARK REGISTERED MARCA REGISTRADA SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE FURUNO U.S.A., INC. FURUNO ESPAÑA S.A. 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The FEA-2107/2807 can be interfaced with up to four sets The electronic chart is compatible with ENC (S57 Edition 3) of radar/ARPA FAR-21x7/28x7 by using of 100 Base-T charts, C-Map CM93 ed3* and ARCS charts (RASTER Ethernet network. This allows high-speed data transfer and CHARTS). Where the ENC chart is not available, the ARCS data sharing for navigational data within the network, which chart is used instead. Instant conversion is assured, as both simplifies the system integration and the expandability of chart databases are stored on the ECDIS memory. the system. The shared data can be accepted in both serial FEA-2107: 20.1" LCD and analog format. State-of-the-art technology has been utilized for high-speed stress-free data processing of chart and navigational data, For the display units, the FEA-2107 uses a 20.1" SXGA which are overlaid on the chart. The navigational data LCD and the FEA-2807 uses a 23.1" UXGA LCD. These includes: AIS and ARPA targets as well as a variety of high-resolution units provide clear and sharp pictures for other navigation information such as position, course, and comfortable observation. The presentation colors can be speed. In the presentation of chart data, faster chart selectable from five patterns according to the ambient drawing and swift switching for presentation on/off of conditions of the bridge area for optimal viewing around navigational data can be performed. When planning the clock. The ergonomically designed control panel the voyage route, this gives quick route profile calculation consisting of a keyboard, the trackball, thumbwheel and and voyage optimization and continuous monitoring of mouse buttons facilitates intuitive and comfortable operation. With optional pedestal With optional mounting bracket and connection stand *available in the near future Electronic Chart Display and Information System F E A T U R E S o f E C D I S sThe electronic chart can be overlaid with a variety of navigation data such as Radar echo images, ship’s position, heading, speed and others to facilitate safe and efficient navigation. sCompatible with ENC (S57 Edition 3) charts, ARCS charts and C-MAP CM93 ed3* *available in the near future sComplies with the following IMO and IEC regulations: • • • • IMO A.817(19) IMO MSC.86(70) Annex 4 IEC 61174 edition 2 IEC 61162-1 edition 2 • • • • IMO MSC.64(67) Annex 5 IMO A.694(17) IEC 60945 edition 4 IEC 61162-2 edition 1 ENC IHO S57 Edition 3 sFlexible expandability allows the ECDIS to be networked with radar/ARPA, positioning equipment, autopilot and others to consolidate the navigation system sDisplays 200 AIS targets sHigh-resolution color LCD When connected to an optional AIS transponder, the FEA-2107/2807 can store up to 1,000 AIS targets information in its storage buffer, and displays up to 200 AIS targets within the userdefined range on the display. This provides operators with another solution for observation of other craft. Sleeping AIS Target Activated Target Selected Target Lost Target Dangerous Target sStreamlined design The use of 20.1"/23.1" high-resolution SXGA/UXGA LCDs provide crystal clear presentations of navigation information, such as marks, lines and waypoints. The LCDs also allows for installation where space is limited. sErgonomically designed control panel provides ease-of-use The ergonomically designed control panel consists of a trackball, a thumbwheel and a keyboard. The logically arranged keyboard provides intuitive operation. Optionally, the compact control head only with a trackball and a thumbwheel is available for space-saving installation. The color scheme of the optional pedestal is a stylish pearl white and gray. The streamline design fits perfectly in the modern bridge. Optional pedestal Palm control unit sUser-customizable chart drawing function sRoute planning applicable to both Mercator’s sailing and great-circle sailing sTrack Control System when connected with autopilot (Option) sNavigation data for the past 12 hours can be recorded (The data to be recorded includes: time, ship’s position, GPS correction data, ship’s heading, ship’s speed) sTrue Motion and Relative Motion modes are available sNavigation data is shared within an Ethernet network The 100 Base-T Ethernet is utilized to link this ECDIS with up to four sets of radar/ARPA FAR-21x7/28x7. This link gives high-speed navigational data sharing within the system and allows operators to choose either a single station system or a total Integrated Navigation System (INS). Ethernet 100 Base-TX Autopilot SDME GPS Navigator A flexible Ether net network allows for future expand a b i l i ty P Navigate safely and efficiently with the ECDIS route planning and monitoring Radar overlay Radar echo image overlay is optionally available in the FEA-2107/2807. This function gives the exact match in scale and presentation of the chart and radar echo image. This greatly helps the operator’s observation and enhances their accuracy. R E S E N T A T I O N S o f E C D I S Status bar Own ship’s information • Presentation mode • Vector mode and vector time • Planned route, chart name • Name of pilot data • Source of target data • Predictor time • Ship’s position • Heading • Course over ground (COG) • Speed over ground (SOG) AIS information Heading • Name • IMO MMSI number • Position • Speed Cursor Own ship’s marker • Course • CPA • TCPA • Range UTC AIS symbol (coordinated universal time) Planned route Cursor information, Distance and bearing between own ship and cursor WTP (Waypoint) Buoy Route planning The operators can plan and determine the precise route with ease, while studying the chart data on the screen. A route can be altered in minute detail, and the changed route can be saved for later use. Radar overlay dialog box Operators can have controls for adjustment of the radar image - gain, sea clutter, rain clutter, echo trail, interference rejector, echo stretch and noise rejector. Conning display A variety of navigation information, which is input from up to sixteen onboard sensors, can be graphically displayed on thee screen. Up to eight sensors provide the analog data, and the other eight provide the serial data. The information is displayed in six predefined place where the operators can arrange the layout. Typically, information on the conning display is received from the following sensors: sPosition sensors sRate of turn gyro sRudder sWind sensor sLog/Dual-axis log sPropellers sGyro sEcho sounder sThrusters Day/night presentation Data display Antigrounding When the cursor is placed upon any mark on the electronic chart, related information about the object such as a buoy, lighthouse, sunken vessel, etc., will be shown in the data cell. Additionally, other navigational information including both own ship’s navigational as well as other ship’s information from ARPA can also be presented. This function informs the operator beforehand of shallow coastal water and other sea conditions that could contribute to the ship going aground. The information about the sea areas is acquired from the electronic chart and ship’s draft data is preset in own ship’s information so that possible strand can be avoided.