Furuno LH-3000 Headphones User Manual

LOUD HAILER
LH-3000
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel should work inside
the equipment.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can
result.
CAUTION
Do not use the equipment for other than
its intended purpose.
Use of the equipment for other than its
intended purpose may result in damage to
the equipment or cause bodlily injury.
Observe the following compass safe
distances to prevent interference to a
magnetic compass:
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.
Standard
compass
Steering
compass
LH-3000
1.55 m
1.00 m
LH-3010
2.15 m
1.40 m
Immediately turn off the power at the
switchboard if the equipment is emitting
smoke or fire.
Continued use of the equipment can cause
fatal damage to the equipment. 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.
Keep heater away from equipment.
A heater can melt the equipment's power
cord, which can cause fire or electrical
shock.
Use the proper fuse.
Use of a wrong fuse can result in damage
to the equipment.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD ........................................................................................................ iii
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION................................................................................ iv
EQUIPMENT LIST................................................................................................ iv
1. INSTALLATION ................................................................................................ 1
1.1 Mounting the Loud Hailer ..............................................................................................1
1.2 Intercom Speaker (option) .............................................................................................3
1.3 Wiring............................................................................................................................4
2. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW............................................................................ 9
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
2.12
Controls.........................................................................................................................9
Turning the Power On/Off............................................................................................10
Adjusting Key Backlighting ..........................................................................................11
Adjusting Output Level ................................................................................................11
Adjusting Listening Volume .........................................................................................11
Calling All Intercom Stations ........................................................................................11
Calling a Specific Intercom Station ..............................................................................12
Receiving a Call from an Intercom Station...................................................................12
Hailing by Voice...........................................................................................................13
Sounding Warning Signals ..........................................................................................14
Transmitting the Auxiliary Signal..................................................................................18
Alarm Mode.................................................................................................................19
3. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................. 21
3.1 Preventive Maintenance..............................................................................................21
3.2 Replacing the Fuse .....................................................................................................22
3.3 Troubleshooting...........................................................................................................22
SPECIFICATIONS........................................................................................... SP-1
PACKING LIST
OUTLINE DRAWINGS
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
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FOREWORD
A Word to the Owner of the LH-3000
Congratulations on your choice of the FURUNO LH-3000 Loud Hailer. We are confident you
will see why FURUNO has become synonymous with quality and reliability.
For over 50 years FURUNO Electric Company has enjoyed an enviable reputation for
innovative and dependable marine electronics equipment. This dedication to excellence is
furthered by our extensive global network of agents and dealers.
Your Loud Hailer is designed and constructed to meet the rigorous demands of the marine
environment. However, no machine can perform its intended function unless installed,
operated and maintained properly. Please carefully read and follow the recommended
procedures for installation, 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 equipment.
Features
• 30 W audio output power to get another boat’s attention under almost any condition.
• Eight internationally accepted warning signals can be selected for automatic operation for
a variety of different maritime situations alerting nearby vessels of your presence and
status in low visibility conditions.
• Four intercom stations (speakers) may be connected to get 2-way communications
between master station and one or all intercom stations.
• LED indicators alert you to equipment status.
• Keys are backlit for nighttime operation.
• Smartly designed and intuitive front panel for ease of operation.
• An auxiliary audio input allows transmission of music or other external audio signals (from
cassette player, CD player, radio, etc.) to the intercom speakers, external horns or both.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Intercom Speaker
(Max. 4)
Junction
Box
Remote Microphone
Forward Horn
ALL
FWD
AFT
BOTH
DIM
IC 1
IC 2
IC 3
IC 4
SAIL
TOW
AUX
YELP
UNWY
FUNC/PTT
After Horn
MAN
STOP
ANCH
AGND
LISTEN
VOL
MIC
Auxiliary Audio
Source
AUTOMATIC
FUNC
HAIL
VOL
PWR OFF
Alarm Sensor
External Speaker
: Standard Supply
Microphone
13.6 VDC
: Optional Supply
: Local Supply
System configuration
EQUIPMENT LIST
Standard supply
Name
Loud Hailer
Microphone Set
Installation
Materials
Spare Parts
Template
Type
LH-3000
DM-2003
E52-00303
Code No.
000-149-157
Qty
1
1 set
1 set
Remarks
See packing list for details.
1 set
1
Optional supply
Name
Intercom Speaker
Flush Mount Kit
Twisted Pair Cable
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Type
LH-3010
LH-3020
CO-SPEVV-SB-C
0.2X2P
Code No.
000-149-111
000-149-112
000-111-680
000-120-892
000-120-793
000-120-794
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
Remarks
Max. 4
See packing list.
5m
10 m
15 m
20 m
1. INSTALLATION
1.1 Mounting the Loud Hailer
The Loud Hailer can be mounted on a desktop, on the overhead, on a bulkhead or flush
mounted in a panel (optional kit required). Refer to the mounting template (supplied) for
installation instructions.
Mounting considerations
When planning the location for the Loud Hailer, keep in the mind the following
considerations.
•
•
•
•
Locate the unit where the front panel can be easily viewed and operated.
Leave sufficient space at the sides and rear of your unit for ease of maintenance.
Locate the unit as near to the power source as possible.
The location should be out of direct sunlight because of heat that can build up inside the
cabinet.
• Choose a location not subject to rain and salt spray.
• Locate the unit well away from sources of noise such as motors, alternators and
generators.
Mounting procedure
Desktop, bulkhead, overhead mounting
1. Attach rubber cushions (supplied) to the body of the Loud Hailer. Position the cushions
so they locate across from the bottom of the slot in the hanger regardless of mounting
method.
Rubber
cushion
2. Fix the hanger to the mounting location with tapping screws (6x20).
3. Screw knob bolts into the Loud Hailer.
4. Set the Loud Hailer to the hanger and tighten knob bolts.
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1. INSTALLATION
Flush mounting
Requires flush mount kit LH-3020 (Code No. 000-149-112). See the flush mount outline
drawing for details.
Contents of flush mount kit
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Name
Type
Code No.
Flush Mounting Plate
TZ7300012A
999-999-025
2
Screw
Wing Screw
6X12 SUS304
M4X35 SUS304
999-999-027
999-999-027
2
4
Wing Nut
M4 SUS304
999-999-028
4
Make a cutout in the mounting location referring to flush mount outline drawing.
Place the Loud Hailer in the cutout.
Fix the two flush mounting plates to the Loud Hailer with screws.
Screw the wing nuts on the wing screws.
Fix the Loud Hailer with the wing bolts and then tighten the wing nuts.
Loud hailer, flush mount
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Qty
1. INSTALLATION
1.2 Intercom Speaker (option)
Four intercom speakers (maximum) may be connected to get 2-way communications
between master station and one or all intercom speakers. For mounting dimensions and
fixing instructions, see the outline drawing.
Intercom speaker
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1. INSTALLATION
1.3 Wiring
All equipment are terminated at the rear panel of the LH-3000. See the illustration on the
next page for how to connect equipment to terminals. Refer to the interconnection diagram
for detailed information.
Rear panel layout
13.6 VDC (Power),
FWD and AFT
terminals
External Speaker
Ground
Terminal
J1
J2
J3
MIC, AUX, ALRM, PTT, CAL
and SP (intercom speaker #4)
terminals
SP and CAL (intercon
station #1 - #3) terminals
NOTICE
Connect drain wires of armored cables to the ground terminal.
Do not short them to the heat sink.
LH-3000, rear panel
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1. INSTALLATION
Wiring
The illustration below shows how to connect the power supply. Other equipment are
connected similarly.
(1) Unfasten screws.
J1
J2
J3
(4) Set terminal;
tighten screws.
- +
AFT
- +
FWD
Jeweler’s
screwdriver
(2) Pull out terminal.
- +
13.6V
(3) Insert wire into terminal,
and tighten screw at top
of terminal.
-
Note: Connect power cables
to the battery correctly.
TERMINAL ARRANGEMENT
J1
+
AFT
J2
p
0V3
+
FWD
SP3
J3
p
0V
MIC
p
CAL3
p
0V
PTT
+
+
13.6V
0V2
p
0V
p
SP2
AUX
CAL2
p
0V
p
0V1
ALRM
SP1 p
CAL1
p
0V4
SP4
p
CAL4
LH-3000, rear panel, how to wire terminals
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1. INSTALLATION
Power connection
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3
The LH-3000 is intended for
Sheath
Armor
use with a 13.6 VDC power
Drain wire fabrication
supply. Connect the power
L*
Armor
* Length long enough to
reach
ground
terminal.
cable (local supply) to the
15
5
Sheath
terminals labeled “13.6V”.
φ = 11.7 mm
Use cable type DPYC-1.5 or
Conductor
Cut
the
sheath.
S = 1.5 mm 2
equivalent. Fabricate the
φ = 1.56 mm
Solder drain wire
DPYC-1.5 Sectional view
cable as shown below. For
15 10
longer runs the wire size of
7
leads should be increased
accordingly to minimize line
losses. The wire connected to the positive (+) terminal must be connected to the positive
terminal on the DC power source, and the wire connected to the negative terminal (-) must
be connected to the negative terminal on the DC power source. If the power leads are
reversed the fuse (inside the Loud Hailer) will blow.
Intercom speaker (option)
Up to four intercom speakers may be connected to the intercom speaker terminals labeled
CAL1-CAL4. Connect each speaker to the terminal block according to desired intercom
speaker selection. The cable end is prefabricated. However, to meet EMC requirements the
length of the cable must be less than 1 m. If the distance between the Loud Hailer and
intercom speaker is greater than 2 m (max. 20 m), use a junction box (local supply). For the
connection to the junction box use cable type CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2X2P (option) and
fabricate it as below. In this case, the length of the cable between the junction box and an
intercom speaker must no be more than 1 m regardless of whether the equipment must
meet EMC requirements or not.
2 m max.
Intercom
Speaker
Distance between loud hailer and intercom speaker is less than 2 m.
Loud Hailer
1 m max.
Intercom
Junction
Speaker
Box
Distance between loud hailer and intercom speaker is 2-20 m.
Loud Hailer
2-20 m max.
45
Outer sheath
Remove the outer sheath and
armor by 45 mm.
Inner sheath
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7
Remove the inner sheath by 11 mm,
and the sheath of the cores by 7 mm.
Twist and trim the shield.
Cut the unused cores.
Solder a vinyl wire to the shield.
Tape the sheath.
Vinyl
tape
Vinyl wire
Fabrication of speaker cable
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1. INSTALLATION
Hailer horn (local supply)
Mount the hailer horns (local supply) facing away from the Loud Hailer to prevent feedback.
They should also be pointed in the opposite direction of the microphone as you are
speaking into it. Before mounting any horn, you should test it with the HAIL feature with the
horn in the desired location to check for suitability of mounting location.
Connect horns to the Loud Hailer with cable type DPYC-1.5 or equivalent. (See page 6 for
how to fabricate this cable.) Be sure the cable is suitable for all-weather use. The
terminating point on the terminal is either FWD or AFT depending on the location of the
speaker.
Burglar alarm (local supply)
The unit can function as a burglar alarm by connecting an external alarm sensor (local
supply) to the ALRM terminals. The alarm sensor should be a “normally open switch”. Use
cable type TTYCS-1 or equivalent to connect the sensor. Fabricate the cable as shown
below.
When the sensor connected to the ALRM terminal becomes shorted and the alarm function
is active, the yelp signal is released at maximum volume through both hailer horns.
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Shield
Armor
8
Twist and cut
Drain wire fabrication
L*
15
5
* Length long enough to
reach ground terminal.
Armor
Sheath
7
Solder
Drain wire
φ = 10.1 mm
15 10
Shield
Conductor
S = 0.75 mm 2
φ = 1.11 mm
TTYCS-1 Sectional view
Vinyl tape
Fabrication of cable TTYCS-1
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1. INSTALLATION
Floating ground
The LH-3000 has a floating ground. What this means is that the heat sink ground is floating
and will not ground batteries if they are connected to the ship’s chassis. To maintain a
floating ground:
1. Use a stereo plug when connecting a 4 ohm speaker to the external speaker plug.
Connect it as shown in the illustration below.
Do not use for battery use for ship's earth only
Stereo plug
2. Do not connect any of the output connectors on the rear panel to the ship’s ground.
3. SP outputs are floating and must not be connected to either battery or the rear panel.
Use a normal two conductor insulated speaker wire for the horn speaker.
Output power
The output power may be set for 30 W or 20 W, and the default settings is 30 W. For 20 W
output contact a FURUNO agent or dealer for details.
Note: If an external speaker is used it must be capable of handling the rated output power.
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2. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
2.1 Controls
4
3
2
12
1
5
10
ALL
FWD
AFT
6
BOTH
DIM
IC 1
IC 2
IC 3
IC 4
AUX
YELP
UNWY
FUNC/PTT
MAN
SAIL
TOW
AUTOMATIC
STOP
ANCH
AGND
LISTEN
VOL
MIC
FUNC
7
HAIL
VOL
PWR OFF
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9
LH-3000, front view
Control description
1
[Hail Select] Key
Chooses loud hailer speaker to use (ALL, FWD, AFT,
BOTH).
2
[Intercom Select] Key
Chooses which intercom station (IC1, IC2, IC3, IC4) to
call.
3
[Upper Signal Select] Key
Chooses warning signal among YELP, UNWY, SAIL and
TOW.
4
[Lower Signal Select] Key
Chooses warning signal among MAN, STOP, ANCH and
AGND.
5
[DIM] Key
Adjusts indicator backlighting, in five levels, including off.
6
[AUX] Key
Transmits audio signal from external source to all intercom
stations.
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2. OPERATION
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[FUNC] Key
Activates automatic and manual warning signals.
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[LISTEN VOL] Control
Adjusts listening volume from the internal speaker; turns
power on/off.
9
[HAIL VOL] Control
Adjusts output volume from the horn speakers or intercom
station speakers.
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LED Indicators
From top row:
- Hail indicators (ALL, FWD, AFT BOTH)
- Intercom indicators (IC1 – IC4)
- Alarm signal indicators (YELP(manual), UNWY, SAIL,
TOW)
- FUNC/PTT and AUTOMATIC indicators
- Alarm signal indicators (MAN(manual), STOP, ANCH,
AGND)
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MIC
MIC input
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Speaker
2.2 Turning the Power On/Off
Turn the [LISTEN VOL] control clockwise to turn on the Loud Hailer. The “ALL” indicator
lights, which means the Loud Hailer is in standby and awaiting your command.
The equipment is in the standby mode when the “ALL” indicator is lit. Normally, the
equipment should be returned to the standby mode after a function has been completed. In
the standby mode the Loud Hailer is ready to call all stations, including both horn speakers
and all intercom stations, and is ready to receive a call from any intercom station.
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2. OPERATION
2.3 Adjusting Key Backlighting
You may adjust the intensity of the key backlighting cyclically with the [DIM] key, in five
levels, including off.
2.4 Adjusting Output Level
Turn the [HAIL VOL] control to adjust the output volume from the horn speakers or intercom
speakers. Clockwise rotation increases volume; counterclockwise rotation decreases it.
2.5 Adjusting Listening Volume
Turn the [LISTEN VOL] control to adjust the listening volume from the Loud Hailer’s internal
speaker and external speaker (if connected).
2.6 Calling All Intercom Stations
1. In the standby mode, hold the microphone 2-3 cm from your mouth and press the PTT
switch on the microphone. Speak into the microphone. All intercom stations and both
horn speakers will hear you.
2. After speaking, release the PTT switch to return the equipment to the standby mode.
Note: To call all intercom stations while sounding warning signals, see page 17.
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2. OPERATION
2.7 Calling a Specific Intercom Station
1. Press the [Intercom Select] key until the indicator lights on the desired intercom station.
After a one-second delay, a short tone sounds from the selected intercom station.
2. Press the PTT switch on the microphone and speak into the microphone.
3. Release the PTT switch to listen for a reply from the selected intercom station. If
necessary, adjust listening volume with the [LISTEN VOL] control.
4. After completing your conversation, press the [Hail Select] key to return to the standby
mode.
Note: To call a specific intercom stations while sounding warning signals, see page 17.
2.8 Receiving a Call from an Intercom Station
When an intercom station is calling the main station, the indicator for the calling station
flashes on the main station’s indicator and a tone sounds while the intercom station
operator is pressing the station’s calling switch.
Automatically selecting a single calling station
1. In the standby mode, press the PTT switch on the microphone to answer the call. The
LH-3000 automatically switches to the calling station and the flashing indicator then
lights steadily.
2. If necessary, adjust listening volume with [LISTEN VOL] control.
3. After you have finished your conversation, press the [Hail Select] key to return to the
standby mode.
Automatically selecting multiple calling stations
When you receive a call from more than one station, the appropriate intercom station
indicators flash and a tone sounds.
1. In the standby mode, press the PTT switch on the microphone. When calls are received
simultaneously, the low-number station will be selected first.
2. After you have completed your conversation, press the [Hail Select] key to return to the
standby mode.
3. Press the PTT switch on the microphone again and the next low-number station will
automatically be selected.
4. After you have finished all intercom conversations, press the [Hail Select] key to return
to the standby mode (“ALL” indicator lights).
Calling all intercom stations while an intercom voice is selected
1. Press and hold the [Hail Select] key.
2. Press the PTT switch on the microphone and speak into the microphone. All station
indicators flash.
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2. OPERATION
Manually selecting a calling station
1. Press the [Intercom Select] key until the indicator lights for the desired station.
2. Press the PTT switch on the microphone and answer the call.
3. Release the PTT switch to listen to the intercom station. Adjust listening volume with the
[LISTEN VOL] control if necessary.
4. To call another station, select the next station with the [Intercom Select] key.
5. After you have finished all conversations, press the [Hail Select] key to return to the
standby mode.
Intercom station operation
Press the button on the intercom to call. Release the button to listen.
2.9 Hailing by Voice
1. Press the [Hail Select] key until the indicator lights for the desired horn speaker(s).
2. Press the PTT switch on the microphone and speak into the microphone. If necessary,
adjust the output power to the speaker(s) with the [HAIL VOL] control.
3. Release the PTT switch and the Loud Hailer will switch to the listening mode, using the
speaker(s) as microphone(s). If necessary, adjust listening volume with the [LISTEN
VOL] control.
4. After speaking, press the [Hail Select] key to return to the standby mode.
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2. OPERATION
2.10 Sounding Warning Signals
Your Loud Hailer has eight different warning signals: two manual and six automatic. The two
manual signals, YELP and MAN, are designed to be sounded at each press of the PTT
switch on the microphone. The six automatic signals are sounded when the [FUNC] key is
operated.
Only the horn speakers sound warning signals and the volume is automatically set to
maximum when sounding warning signals.
Description of warning signals
Manual warning signals
MAN:
Signal for passing. The lengths and timing of the horn blasts are controlled by
pressing the PTT switch on the microphone.
YELP:
Yelp type emergency siren.
500 Hz
250 Hz
1s
Yelp signal
Automatic warning signals
UNWY:
Warning signal for power-driven vessels underway. One 5-second blast at 120
second interval intervals.
5s
120 s
Underway signal
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2. OPERATION
SAIL:
Warning signal for sailboats, tug boats and tow boats underway. One 3-second
blast, followed by one 2-second interval, one 1-second blast, one 2-second
interval and one 1-second blast. Repeated every 120 seconds.
1s
2s
1s
2s
3s
120 s
Sailing signal
TOW:
Warning signal for vessels under tow. One 3-second blast, followed by one
2-second interval, one 1-second blast, one 2-second interval, one 1-second blast,
one 2-second interval, and one 1-second blast. Repeated every 120 seconds.
2s
1s
1s
2s
2s
1s
3s
120 s
Towing signal
STOP:
Warning signal for power-driven vessel that is stationary. Two 3-second blasts,
with a 2-second interval between each blast, repeated every 120 seconds.
3s
2s
3s
120 s
Stop signal
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2. OPERATION
ANCH:
Warning signal for vessels at anchor. A rapidly ringing bell tone sounds for a
duration of 5 seconds, repeated at an interval of 60 seconds.
5s
60 s
Anchor signal
AGND:
Warning signal for vessels aground. Two bell tones of 0.5 seconds, a bell tone of
1 second followed by a rapidly ringing bell tone for a duration of 5 seconds,
followed by a bell tone of 2 seconds and 0.5 seconds. Repeated once every 60
seconds.
0.5 s 0.5 s 1 s
5s
2 s 0.5 s 0.5 s
60 s
Aground signal
Sounding a manual warning signal
1. Press the [Hail Select] key until the indicator lights for the desired horn speaker(s). If no
selection is made, “BOTH” will be automatically selected when a warning signal is
initiated.
2. Press the [Upper Signal Select] key to select YELP or press the [Lower Signal Select]
key to select MAN. The indicator begins flashing for the desired signal.
3. Press the [FUNC] key to activate the warning signal. The indicator stops flashing and
lights steadily.
4. Press the PTT switch on the microphone to sound the warning signal. Each time the
PTT switch is pressed, the warning signal will sound until the PTT switch is released.
When the PTT switch is released the equipment will return to the listen mode. Adjust the
[LISTEN VOL] control if necessary.
5. To temporarily interrupt manual signals with voice transmissions do the following:
1) Press the [Hail Select] key. The indicator for the chosen signal flashes to indicate the
signal is still selected, but not active.
2) Press the PTT switch on the microphone and speak into the microphone. Your voice will
sound to all stations.
3) Release the PTT switch again to return to manual warning signals.
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2. OPERATION
Sounding an automatic warning signal
1. Press the [Hail Select] key until the indicator lights for the desired horn speaker(s). If no
selection is made, “BOTH” will be automatically selected when a warning signal is
initiated.
2. Press the [Upper Signal Select key] to select UNWY, SAIL or TOW or press the [Lower
Signal Select] key to select STOP, ANCH or AGND until the indicator flashes for the
desired signal.
3. Press the [FUNC] key to activate the automatic warning signal. The indicator stops
flashing and lights and then the signal is sounded from the selected horn speaker(s).
4. To temporarily interrupt automatic signals with voice transmissions, press the [FUNC]
key. The indicator for the chosen signal flashes to indicate the signal is still selected, but
not active.
5. Press the PTT switch on the microphone and speak into the microphone. Your voice
sounds from the chosen horn speaker(s).
6. Release the PTT switch and press the [FUNC] key again to return to automatic warning
signals.
7. To stop transmitting automatic warning signals, press the [FUNC] key followed by the
[Hail Select] key to return to the standby mode.
Calling intercom stations while sounding warning signals
Calling all intercom stations
1. While pressing and holding down the [Hail Select] key, press the PTT switch. All
intercom indicators flash.
2. Press the PTT switch on the microphone and speak into the microphone.
3. After speaking, release the PTT switch and then the [Hail Select] key to return to the
chosen warning signal.
Calling a specific intercom station
1. Press the [Intercom Select] key until the indicator lights on the desired intercom station.
A short tone sounds from the selected intercom one second after choosing a station.
2. Press the PTT switch on the microphone and speak into the microphone.
3. Release the PTT switch to listen to the reply from the selected intercom station. If
necessary, adjust the listening volume with the [LISTEN VOL] control.
4. After you have finished your conversation, press the [Hail Select] key to return to the
standby mode. Signal activity on the selected horn speaker will be restored.
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2. OPERATION
2.11 Transmitting the Auxiliary Signal
Transmitting the auxiliary signal over all speakers
An audio signal from an external audio source can be transmitted through the equipment
via the AUX input connector on the rear panel.
1. In the standby mode, press the [AUX] key. The signal from the external AF source (radio,
CD player, etc.) sounds from all intercom stations and any connected horn speakers.
Adjust the output volume level directly from the external input source.
2. To turn off the external AF signal, press the [AUX] key to return to the standby mode.
Transmitting the auxiliary signal over all intercom stations
1. Press and hold the [Intercom Select] key.
2. Press the [AUX] key.
Returning auxiliary transmission to standby mode
Press the [AUX] key twice.
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2. OPERATION
2.12 Alarm Mode
The LH-3000 can operate as a burglar alarm by connecting an external, normal-open switch
to the ALRM terminals on the rear panel.
Both horn speakers are selected automatically when the alarm mode is enabled. If the
alarm is triggered, the volume output is automatically set to maximum.
Enabling the alarm mode
1. Press and hold down the [Upper Signal Select] key until the YELP indicator flashes.
Note that you may light the MAN indicator (with the [Lower Signal Select] key) instead of
the YELP indicator.
2. Press the [FUNC] key until the ALL, FWD, AFT and BOTH indicators light. The YELP
indicator goes off.
3. After approximately five minutes, the ALL, FWD, AFT and BOTH indicators go off. Then
the equipment goes into standby, lighting the BOTH indicator every four seconds to
indicate standby mode.
See the next page for procedure flow.
When an attempt is made to remove the Loud Hailer
When an attempt is made to remove the Loud Hailer, the alarm sound is released through
both horn speakers at maximum volume. The alarm sounds for two minutes followed by a
five-minute rest time. The BOTH indicator lights every four seconds during the sounding of
the alarm or the five-minute rest period.
Disabling the alarm mode
Press any key or switch other than the [AUX] or [DIM] key, or turn off the power.
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2. OPERATION
Enable alarm
ALL, FWD, AFT and BOTH indicators light.
YELP indicator goes off.
Press the [Lower Signal
Select] key to flash
the YELP indicator.
After 5 minutes
ALL, FWD, AFT and BOTH indicators go off.
BOTH indicator lights every four seconds.
Press the [FUNC] key.
STANDBY STATUS
(Alarm mode enabled)
An attempt is made
to remove the
Loud Hailer with
alarm mode active
Alarm sound is released through both horn
speakers at maximum volume.
Silence/cancel alarm
Press any key except AUX or DIM,
or turn off the power.
Alarm setting/cancel flow
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3. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
Periodic checks and maintenance are important for maintaining performance. This chapter
contains maintenance and troubleshooting instructions to be followed to obtain optimum
performance and the longest possible life of the equipment.
WARNING
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel should work inside
the equipment.
3.1 Preventive Maintenance
General checks
Check the following monthly.
• Check all cabling. If damaged, replace.
• Check connections. Retighten if necessary.
• Measure the input voltage to be sure it is within the rated voltage (13.6 VDC ±20%).
Cleaning
Dust or dirt should be removed from exterior surfaces with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use
chemical-based cleaners to clean the Loud Hailer – they can remove paint and markings.
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3. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
3.2 Replacing the Fuse
The 6A fuse inside the Loud Hailer protects it from reverse polarity and equipment fault. If
the power cannot be turned on, the fuse may have blown. Have a qualified technician check
the fuse.
WARNING
Use the proper fuse.
Use of a wrong fuse can result in damage
to the equipment or cause fire.
3.3 Troubleshooting
Below are simple troubleshooting procedures which the user may follow to try to restore
normal operation. If normal operation cannot be restored, do not attempt to check inside
any unit. Any repair work is best left to a qualified technician.
Troubleshooting table
Then…
power cannot be turned on
• check that the power cable is tightly connected.
• fuse may have blown. Have a qualified technician
check the fuse.
you cannot hear voice from an intercom • adjust the [LISTEN VOL] control.
station
output volume is too low
• adjust the [HAIL VOL] control.
If…
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FURUNO
LH-3000
SPECIFICATIONS OF LOUD HAILER
LH-3000
1. AUDIO OUTPUT
1. Hail speaker
30 W, 8 ohms
2. Intercom speaker
3. External speaker
4.5 W, 4 ohms
4.5 W, 4 ohms
4. Internal speaker
2.5 W, 4 ohms
2. INPUT IMPEDANCE
1. MIC impedance
600 ohms
2. Aux impedance
10K ohms
3. INPUT SENSITIVITY
1. MIC sensitivity
-73 ±3 dB (0 dB=1V/µBar
2. Aux sensitivity
0 dBm ±3 dB (at 1 kHz)
4. DISTORTION FACTOR
1. Hail mode
2. Intercom mode
10% (1 kHz 30 W)
10% (1 kHz 2.5 W)
5. SIGNAL-TO-NOISE
1. Hail mode
2. Intercom mode
60 dB (1 kHz)
60 dB (1 kHz)
6. POWER SUPPLY & POWER CONSUMPTION
13.6 VDC (±20%), less than 5A (30 W), less than 280 mA (standby)
7. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
1. Ambient temperature
2. Relative humidity
3. Waterproofing
-15 to 55°C
95% at 40°C
IPX5 (Front panel), IPX0 (Other)
8. WEIGHT, COLOR
1. Weight
2. Color
2.0 kg (not including hanger)
Munsell N3.0
SP - 1
E5646-S01-A
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
SPARE PARTS
MICROPHONE SET
UNIT
OUTLINE
000-802-084
6X20 SUS304 1シュ
000-147-324
FGMB 6A 125V
999-999-024 **
999-999-023 **
3X10
999-999-022 **
FOR DM-2003
DM-2003
000-040-004
LH-3000
DESCRIPTION/CODE №
4
2
3
1
1
1
Q'TY
(略図の寸法は、参考値です。 DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY.)
1.コ-ド番号末尾の[**]は、ダミーコードに付き、注文できません。
** THIS CODE CANNOT BE ORDERED.
+TAPPING SCREW
+トラスタッピンネジ
工事材料
FUSE
ヒューズ
予備品
+TAPPING SCREW
+ナベタッピンネジ
MICROPHONE HANGER
MICハンガー
MICROPHONE
マイクロフォン
マイクセット
LOUD HAILER
ラウドヘイラ-
ユニット
NAME
PACKING LIST
NAME
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
取扱説明書
TEMPLATE
型紙
図書
RUBBER CUSHION
防振ゴム2
RUBBER CUSHION
防振ゴム1
LH-3000
DOCUMENT
OUTLINE
05EB-X-9851
000-149-118
000-149-157
OME-56460-*
E52-00303-*
000-149-772
000-149-771
TZ7300031A
TZ7300030A
DESCRIPTION/CODE №
05EB-X-9851 -0
1/1
1
1
1
1
Q'TY
CODE NO.
000-149-112
05EB-X-9401 -0
1/1
TYPE
フラッシュマウントキット
LH-3020
FLUSH MOUNT KIT.
名 称
NAME
番 号
NO.
略 図
OUTLINE
蝶ナット
型名/規格
DESCRIPTIONS
数量
Q'TY
用途/備考
REMARKS
M4 SUS304 2シュ
1 WING NUT
(*)
4
999-999-028
CODE NO.
M4X35 SUS304 2シュ
蝶ボルト
2 WING SCREW
(*)
4
999-999-027
CODE NO.
M6X12 SUS304
+トラスネジ
3 SCREW
(*)
2
999-999-026
CODE NO.
TZ7300012A
フラッシュマウント金具
4 FLUSH MOUNTING PLATE
2
CODE NO.
注記:(*)は、ダミーコードに付き、注文できません。
* THIS CODE CANNOT BE ORDERED.
(*)
999-999-025
05EB-X-9401
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO .,LTD.
(略図の寸法は、参考値です。 DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY.)
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D-4
C
B
A
*4
*1
*1
*1
J4
φ3.5 PLUG
+13.6V
-13.6V
FWD+
FWDAFT+
AFT-
*1
NOTE
*1: LOCAL SUPPLY.
*2: CONNECTOR PLUGS FITTED AT FACTORY.
*3: OPTION.
*4: SOLDER DRAIN WIRE TO ARMOR OF CABLE AND CONNECT IT TO EARTH TERMINAL.
DO NOT SHORT THE DRAIN WIRES ON THE HEAT SINK.
*5: CABLING BETWEEN LH-3000 AND LH-3010:
GREATER THAN 2m:
USE JUNCTION BOX(JB).
DISTANCE BETWEEN LH-3000 AND JB SHALL BE 20m OR LESS.
DISTANCE BETWEEN JB AND LH-3010 SHALL BE 1m OR LESS.
2m OR LESS:
CONNECT CABLE FROM LH-3010 DIRECTLY TO LH-3000.
*2
*1
DWG.No.
APPROVED
Takahashi T.
K.MIYAZAWA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
J3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
J2
C5646-C01-B
Y. Hatai
DRAWN
Feb. 3 '04
CHECKED
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
IV-1.25
CAL4
SP4
0V4
ALARM
0V
AUX
0V
PTT
0V
MIC
0V
CAL1
SP1
0V1
CAL2
SP2
0V2
CAL3
SP3
0V3
1 2
TTYC-1
外部スピーカ 8Ω
EXTERNAL SPEAKER
1
2
3
4
5
6
J1
*4)ケーブルのあじろがい装にアース線を
ハンダ付けしてアース端子に接続。
このアース線は放熱板にショートさせないこと。
*5)LH-3000とLH-3010間:
(2mを超える場合)接続箱(JB)を使用し、LH-3000とJB間は20m以下、
JBとLH-3010間は1m以下にすること。
(2m以下の場合)LH-3010からのケーブルを直接LH-3000に接続すること。
DPYC-1.5
DPYC-1.5
DPYC-1.5, MAX 7.5m
注記
*1)現地手配。
*2)コネクタは工場にて取付済み。
*3)オプション。
*1 After Horn
*1 Forward Horn
13.6 VDC
LOUD HAILER
LH-3000
3
EXT. SPEAKER
GND
2
GND
PTT
MIC
AG
NC
NC
NC
FG
1
*5
*1
*1
TTYCS-1
TTYCS-1
*5
*5
*1
J.B.
*1
J.B.
*1
J.B.
*1
J.B.
MIC
DM-2003
NAME
名 称
TITLE
*3 CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2X2P, MAX 5m
P
P
*3 CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2X2P MAX 20m
*4
*4
P
P
*3 CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2X2P MAX 20m
P
P
*3 CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2X2P MAX 20m *5
P
P
*3 CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2X2P MAX 20m
4
MICROPHONE
LH-3000
ラウドヘイラー
*1
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
LOUD HAILER
相互結線図
*1
INPUT FROM
EXT. AUDIO SOURCE
ALARM SENSOR
*1
インターコムスピーカ
INTERCOM SPEAKER
LH-3010 *3
インターコムスピーカ
INTERCOM SPEAKER
LH-3010 *3
インターコムスピーカ
INTERCOM SPEAKER
LH-3010 *3
インターコムスピーカ
INTERCOM SPEAKER
LH-3010 *3
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oshi
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