Service manual | Furuno NX-300 GPS Receiver User Manual

NAVTEX RECEIVER
NX-300
Your Local Agent/Dealer
9-52 Ashihara-cho,
Nishinomiya, Japan
Telephone :
0798-65-2111
Telefax :
0798-65-4200
All rights reserved.
Printed in Japan
FIRST EDITION : MAR. 2000
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PUB.No. OME-56290
( YOSH ) NX-300
: MAY. 14,2002
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety Instructions for the Operator
WARNING
Do not open the cover of
the equipment.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
CAUTION
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.
Immediately turn off the power at the
ship's mains switchboard if water or
foreign object falls into the equipment
or the equipment is emitting smoke or
fire.
Continued use of the equipment can cause
fire, electrical shock and serious injury.
Use of the wrong fuse can cause fire or
equipment damage.
Do not operate the equipment with wet
hands.
Electrical shock can result.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can
result.
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Safety Instructions for the Installer
CAUTION
WARNING
Do not open the cover
unless totally familiar with
electrical circuits and
service manual.
Improper handling can result
in electrical shock.
Turn off the power at the ship's mains
switchboard before beginning the
installation. Post a warning sign near
the switchboard to ensure that the
power will not be applied while the
equipment is being installed.
Serious injury or death can result if the
power is not turned off, or is applied while
the equipment is being installed.
Ground the equipment to
prevent mutual interference.
Confirm that power supply voltage
is compatible with the voltage rating
of the equipment.
Connection to the wrong power supply can
cause fire or equipment damage. The
voltage rating appears on the label at the
rear of the equipment.
Observe the following compass safe
distances to prevent interference to a
magnetic compass:
NX-300
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Standard
compass
Steering
compass
0.5 m
0.3 m
CONTENTS
FOREWORD................................................................................................................... v
A Word to NX-300 Owners ................................................................................................................v
Features .......................................................................................................................................... vi
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................ vii
EQUIPMENT LISTS .................................................................................................... viii
1. PRINCIPLE OF NAVTEX SYSTEM........................................................................ 1-1
1.1 How NAVTEX Works...............................................................................................................1-1
1.2 NAVTEX System Operation.....................................................................................................1-1
1.3 Message Format.....................................................................................................................1-2
1.4 Display Indications ..................................................................................................................1-3
1.5 NAVTEX Station Map ..............................................................................................................1-4
1.6 NAVTEX Station List ...............................................................................................................1-5
2. OPERATION........................................................................................................... 2-1
2.1 Control Description .................................................................................................................2-1
2.2 Turning the Power On/Off........................................................................................................2-1
2.3 Adjusting Dimmer and Contrast...............................................................................................2-2
2.4 Menu Operation Overview.......................................................................................................2-2
2.5 Selecting Stations ...................................................................................................................2-3
2.6 Selecting Messages................................................................................................................2-4
2.7 Setting Functions (FUNCTIONS menu)...................................................................................2-5
2.8 Selecting Language ................................................................................................................2-9
2.9 Displaying Messages ..............................................................................................................2-9
2.10Sample Messages ................................................................................................................2-10
2.11 Displaying Navigation Data ................................................................................................... 2-11
2.12 Selecting Receive Frequency...............................................................................................2-12
3. SYSTEM MENU...................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1 Units of Measurement .............................................................................................................3-1
3.2 Time Difference (using local time) ...........................................................................................3-2
3.3 Time Display ...........................................................................................................................3-3
3.4 Default Setting ........................................................................................................................3-3
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3.5 Delete All Messages ....................................................................................................................3-4
3.6 User Display of Navigation Data..................................................................................................3-4
4. OTHER FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................. 4-1
4.1 DEMO Mode ................................................................................................................................4-1
4.2 VIEW Mode..................................................................................................................................4-1
4.3 All Clear .......................................................................................................................................4-1
4.4 Changing Received Message Log Window ..................................................................................4-2
5. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................. 5-1
5.1 Maintenance ................................................................................................................................5-1
5.2 Diagnostic Test ............................................................................................................................5-1
5.3 When the Battery Icon Appears...................................................................................................5-2
5.4 Replacement of Fuse...................................................................................................................5-3
6. INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................... 6-1
6.1 Installation of Display Unit ...........................................................................................................6-1
6.2 Installation of Antenna Unit..........................................................................................................6-2
6.3 Wiring...........................................................................................................................................6-3
6.4 Interfacing ....................................................................................................................................6-4
MENU TREE ............................................................................................................. AP-1
SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................................................SP-1
PACKING LIST ............................................................................................................A-1
OUTLINE DRAWING...................................................................................................D-1
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM ................................................................................ S-1
INDEX................................................................................................................... index-1
Declaration of Conformity
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FOREWORD
A Word to NX-300 Owners
Congratulations on your choice of the FURUNO NX-300 NAVTEX Receiver. We are confident
that you will enjoy many years of operation with this fine piece of equipment.
For over 50 years FURUNO Electric Company has enjoyed an enviable reputation for quality and
reliability throughout the world. Our extensive global network of agents and dealers furthers this
dedication to excellence.
The NX-300 is just one of the many FURUNO developments in the field of marine radio
communication. The NX-300 provides cost-effective price, high sensitivity and simple operation
in one compact and light-weight unit. In addition to its fundamental function of receiving NAVTEX
broadcasts, this unit can also function as nav data display when connected to navigation
equipment.
This unit is designed and constructed to ensure the user many years of trouble-free operation. To
obtain full performance from the equipment, however, you should carefully read and follow the
recommended procedures for installation, operation and maintenance. No machine can perform
its intended functions unless it is installed and maintained properly.
Thank you for considering and purchasing FURUNO equipment.
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Features
NAVTEX (Navigational Telex) is a worldwide coastal telex broadcasting system. Coastal
NAVTEX broadcasting stations with specific ID's transmit Navigational warnings, Meteorological
warnings, Search and Rescue (SAR) information and other navigational information for
NAVTEX receiver-equipped vessels sailing in coastal waters.
The FURUNO NX-300 NAVTEX receiver receives NAVTEX messages and automatically
displays them together with station ID and message category information.
The service range of a NAVTEX station is typically 200-400 nautical miles. A NAVTEX station
normally broadcasts every 4 hours.
The NAVTEX message is relevant for all types and sizes of vessels. The NX-300 is shipped
from the factory equipped to receive 7 specific types of NAVTEX messages from all NAVTEX
stations. However unnecessary stations can be rejected or necessary stations can be added by
the "manual station selection" facility.
If ship's position data is fed from navigation equipment, the NX-300 automatically decides in
which NAVAREA the vessel is navigating, and selects stations. (NAVAREAs are geographical
zones defined by the International Maritime Organization.)
• Unattended operation once required data is entered.
• Received data is not saved nor displayed when the error rate exceeds the percentage you set
(max 39%).
• No paper required
• Designed for small boats and fishing vessels
• Compact, stylish display and antenna units
• Memory of up to 28,000 characters for last 72 hours
• Navigation data can be fed through external input (connection with navigation aid required).
• Bright 95 x 60 mm LCD with adjustable contrast and brilliance
• Memory backup with a long-life lithium battery
• Low power consumption
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
H-field
ANTENNA UNIT
NX-3H-D
Antenna Cable
(10 m)
NAVTEX RECEIVER
NX-300-D
FURUNO
MENU
ENT
DISP
DIM
FREQ
GPS navigator
Personal Computer
PWR
Power Cable
(2 m)
12-24 VDC
NX-300 System configuration
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EQUIPMENT LISTS
Standard supply
Name
NAVTEX Reveiver
Antenna Unit
Installation Materials
Spare Parts
Accessories
Type
Qty
Remarks
Including hanger and knob bolts
NX-300-D 1
H-field type with 10 m cable
NX-3H-D
Power/Data cable (Type: MJ-A7SPF0005-020,
Code No.: 000-139-384)
1 set
Tapping screw (4 pcs., for fixing NAVTEX
receiver, Type: 5x20, Code No.: 000-802-081)
Fuse (2 pcs., Type: FGMB 1A, Code No.: 0001 set
114-805)
Hard cover (Type: 20-016-1091, Code No.: 1001 set
297-032)
Optional equipment
Name
Right Angle Antenna
Base
L-type Antenna Base
Type
No. 13-QA330
Code No.
Remarks
000-803-239 For antenna unit
No. 13-QA310
000-803-240
Handrail Antenna Base
No. 13-RC5160
000-806-114
Mast Mount Kit
Flush Mount Kit S
Flush Mount Kit F
CP20-01111
OP-20-17
OP-20-29
004-365-780
000-040-720 For flush mounting the
000-041-405 NAVTEX receiver
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1. PRINCIPLE OF NAVTEX SYSTEM
1.1
How NAVTEX Works
There are many types of navigational and meteorological information available on radio, such
as NAVAREA, HYDROPAC, etc. However, these systems rely heavily upon the operator's
experience and skill in tuning the radio and interpreting messages. In addition, constant
monitoring to pick up wanted information among a vast volume of messages is not practical with
a limited radio staff.
To provide all mariners with up-to-the-minute information automatically, the NAVTEX system
was developed.
NAVTEX is an acronym meaning Navigational Telex, and as its name shows, it is a kind of
narrow band radio teletype system for sending (by frequency shift keying) text messages
expressed in a 7-unit code. The difference is that a NAVTEX transmitter transmits nine control
characters (header code) ahead of the main message, so that the receiver can identify the
station, message type and serial number automatically.
1.2
NAVTEX System Operation
For navigation purposes, the world is divided into 16 areas (called Navareas) as shown in the
figure below. Each Navarea has multiple NAVTEX stations and each NAVTEX station has an
identification code, from "A" to "Z." The frequency assigned to NAVTEX is only one (518 kHz),
and many stations exist in the same Navarea. (Some stations use 490 kHz also.)
Figure 1-1 NAVTEX area
If the stations were to transmit without any rule, the system would collapse due to mutual
interference. To avoid this problem, the following rules apply.
• The transmission schedule is determined so that two or more stations having a common
service area may not overlap in time.
• Each station transmits with minimum required power to cover its service area (200 nautical
miles nominal).
1-1
1.3 Message Format
For automatic identification of messages, each message starts with eight control characters,
called "Header codes".
The first four characters are always "ZCZC" and common to all messages. This part is used for
message synchronization. The latter four characters are designated as b1, b2, b3 and b4 to
indicate origin, category and serial number of the message.
Character b1 is the identification letter of the NAVTEX station; "A" to "Z". Character b2 indicates
the type of message, "A" to "Z", as listed below. Character b3 and b4 indicate the serial number
of the message. The serial numbers are counted up from "01" to "99", and start from "01" again.
Number "00" is specially reserved for important emergency messages, such as a search and
rescue (SAR) message.
The end of each message is indicated by "NNNN" (four successive N's).
General message format is summarized below.
Header code
ZCZC b1 b2 b3 b4
main message
Start code
(sync)
Main message
NNNN
Termination code
Serial number
"00": Emergency message
"01" - "99": Normal message
Type of message
"A" - "Z"
(See the list below.)
Station ID
"A" - "Z"
[Type of message (category)]
A:
Navigational warning
I:
OMEGA message
B:
Meteorological warning
J:
Differential OMEGA message
C:
Ice report
K:
D:
Search and rescue information/
piracy and armed robbery
Other electronic navigational aid
system message
L:
Navigational warning (additional)
E:
Meteorological forecast
M to U: Reserve-presently not used
F:
Pilot message
V:
G:
DECCA message
W to Y Reserve-presently not used
H:
LORAN-C message
Z:
1-2
Notice to Fishermen (U. S. only)
QRU (no message on hand)
1.4
Display Indications
SAR: Displayed when
message type D is
displayed.
NEW: Displayed when
message is displayed for
the first time.
AUTO: Displayed when you
select AUTO mode in
STATION SELECTION.
Rx: Lights when message
is being received.
SAR receiving: Lights (and
the alarm sounds) when
message type D is being
received. Hitting any key
silences the alarm.
WARNING: Appears when message
type A, B or L is displayed.
WARNING receiving: Lights (and the
alarm sounds) when message type A,
B or L is received. Hitting any key
silences the alarm.
BATTERY icon: Displayed
when the battery voltage is
low.
Scroll bar: Shows location
in message displayed.
Figure 1-2 Display indications
1-3
1.5
1-4
NAVTEX Station Map
1.6
NAVTEX Station List
NAV
area
I
Country
Belgium
Estonia
Iceland
Ireland
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
United Kingdom
Russian Federation
II
Cameroon
Cape Verde
France
Mauritania
Morocco
Portugal
Spain
III
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
Egypt
France
Greece
Israel
Italy
Malta
Russian Federation
Spain
Turkey
Ukraine
Station
Oostende
Tallinn
Reykjavik Radio
Valencia
Malin Head
Netherlands Coast Guard
Bodo Radio
Rogaland Radio
Vardoe Radio
Svalbard
Harnosand
Karlskrona
Stockholm Radio
Cullercoats
Portpatrick
Niton
Murmansk
Archangel
Douala
Sao Vicente Radio
Cross Corsen
Nouadhibou Radio
Casablanca Radio
Horta Radio
Monsanto Radio
Corunna
Tarifa
Las Palmas
Varna
Split
Cyprus
Serapeum
Alexandria
Cross La Garde
Heraklion
Corfu
Lemnos
Haifa
Roma
Augusta
Cagliari
Trieste
Malta
Novorossiysk
Astrakhan
Cabo de la Nao
Istanbul
Samsun
Antalya
Izmir
Mariupol
Odessa
Latitude
51 11N
59 30N
64 05N
51 56N
55 22N
52 06N
67 16N
58 39N
70 22N
78 02N
64 28N
55 29N
59 16N
55 02N
54 51N
50 35N
68 58N
64 33N
N.I.
N.I.
48 28N
N.I.
33 36N
38 32N
38 44N
42 54N
36 01N
28 10N
43 04N
43 30N
35 03N
30 28N
31 12N
43 06N
35 20N
39 37N
39 52N
32 49N
41 37N
37 14N
39 13N
45 40N
35 49N
44 42N
46 18N
38 43N
41 04N
41 17N
36 53N
38 22N
47 06N
46 29N
Longitude
02 48E
24 30E
21 51W
10 21W
07 21W
04 15E
14 23E
05 36E
31 06E
13 40E
21 36E
14 19E
18 43E
01 26W
05 07W
01 18W
33 05E
40 32E
05 03E
07 38W
28 38W
09 11W
09 16W
05 34W
15 25W
27 46E
16 29E
33 17E
32 22E
29 52E
05 59E
25 07E
19 55E
25 04E
35 00E
12 29E
15 14E
09 14E
13 46E
14 32E
37 44E
47 58E
00 09E
28 57E
36 20E
30 42E
26 36E
37 33E
30 44E
518kHz
B1
M,T
E,U
R,X
W
Q
P
B
L
V
A
H
J
U,D
G
O
K,SA
C
F
N.I.
N.I.
A
N.I.
M
F
R
D
G
I
J
Q
M
X
N
W
H
K
L
P
R
S,V
T
U
O
A
W
X
D
E
F
I
B
C
490kHz
B1
I,U
C
A,I
E
J
G
S
1-5
NAV
area
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
Country
Bermuda(UK)
Canada
Bermuda
Sept Iles
Prescott
St. Johns
Thunder Bay
Sydney, Nova Scotia
Yarmouth
Montreal
Labrador
Denmark(Greenland-West Coast) Godthaab(Nuuk)
United States
Miami
Boston
New Orleans
Chesapeake
San Juan
Netherlands Antilles
Curacao
Uruguay
Colonia
Laguna del Sauce
La Paloma
Montevideo
Punta del Este
Salto
Argentina
Ushaia
Rio Gallegos
Comodoro Rivadavia
Bahia Blanca
Mar del Plata
Buenos Aires
Namibia
Walvis Bay
South Africa
Cape Town
Port Elizabeth
Durban
India
Bombay
Madras
Mauritius
Mauritius Radio
Bahrain
Hamala
Egypt
Iran
Saudi Arabia
Oman
Pakistan
X
1-6
Station
Serapeum (Ismailia)
Bushehr
Bandar Abbas
Dammam
Jeddah
Muscat
Karachi
Latitude
32 23N
50 12N
44 56N
47 37N
48 34N
46 11N
43 44N
45 41N
53 42N
64 04N
25 37N
41 39N
29 53N
36 35N
18 28N
12 10N
N.I.
N.I.
34 40S
N.I.
N.I.
N.I.
54 48S
51 37S
45 51S
38 43S
38 03S
34 36S
23 03S
33 40S
34 02S
30 00S
19 05N
13 05N
20 26S
26 09N
Longitude
64 41W
66 07W
81 14W
52 40W
88 39W
59 54W
66 07W
73 16W
57 02W
52 01W
80 23W
70 33W
89 57W
76 01W
67 07W
68 52W
30 28N
28 59N
27 07N
26 26N
21 23N
23 36N
24 51N
32 22E
50 50E
56 04E
50 06E
39 10E
58 30E
67 03E
54 09W
68 08W
65 03W
67 25W
62 06W
57 32W
58 22W
14 37E
18 43E
25 33E
31 30E
72 50E
80 17E
57 41E
50 28E
518kHz 490kHz
B1
B1
B
C,D
H
O
P
Q,J
U,V
W,T
X
W
A
F
G
N
R
H
N.I.
N.I.
F
A
N.I.
N.I.
N.I.
A,M
B,N
C,O
D,P
E,Q
F,R
B
C
I
O
G
P
C
B
X
A
F
G
H
M
P
NONE
NAV
area
XI
Country
China
Indonesia
Japan
Korea,Republic of
Malaysia
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
United States
Vietnam
XII
Taiwan
Associate Member of IMO
Canada
United States
XIII
XIV
Russian Federation
Station
Sanya
Guangzhou
Fuzhou
Shanghai
Dalian
Jayapura
Ambon
Makassar
Jakarta
Otaru
Kushiro
Yokohama
Moji
Naha
Chukpyun
Pyonsan
Penang
Miri
Sandakan
Manila
Puerto Princesa
Davao
Singapore
Bangkok Radio
Guam
Ho Chi Minh City
Haiphong
Danang
Chilung
Hong Kong
Prince Rupert
Tofino
San Francisco
Kodiak
Honolulu
Cambria
Astoria
Adak
Vladivostok
Kholmsk
Petropavlovsk
Magadan
Beringovskiy
Provideniya
Astrakhan
Latitude
18 15N
23 09N
26 02N
31 07N
38 51N
02 31S
03 42S
05 06S
06 06S
43 19N
42 57N
35 14N
34 01N
26 05N
37 03N
35 36N
05 25N
04 25N
05 54N
14 35N
09 44N
07 04N
01 25N
13 44N
13 29N
10 47N
20 44N
16 05N
25 09N
22 13N
54 18N
48 55N
37 56N
57 46N
21 16N
35 31N
46 12N
51 54N
43 07N
47 02N
53 00N
59 40N
63 03N
64 40N
44 20N
Longitude
109 30E
113 29E
119 18E
121 33E
121 31E
140 43E
128 12E
119 26E
106 54E
140 27E
144 36E
139 55E
130 56E
127 40E
129 25E
126 29E
100 24E
114 01E
118 00E
121 03E
118 43E
125 36E
103 52E
100 34E
144 50E
106 40E
106 44E
108 13E
121 44E
114 15E
130 25W
125 33W
122 44W
152 34W
158 09W
121 03W
123 57W
176 38W
131 53E
142 03E
158 40E
151 01E
179 20E
173 10W
48 02W
518kHz 490kHz
B1
B1
M
N
O
Q
R
A
B
D
E
J
K
I
H
G
V
W
U
T
S
J
I
K
C
F
V
X
P
W
W,P
P
L
D
H
C
J,X
O
Q
W
X
A
B
C
D
E
F
W
NONE
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NAV
area
XV
Chile
XVI
Peru
Country
Ecuador
Station
Antofagasta
Valparaiso
Talcahuano
Puerto Montt
Punta Arenas
Isla de Pascua
Paita
Callao
Mollendo
Guayaquil
Latitude
23 39S
32 48S
36 43S
41 30S
53 12S
27 09S
05 05S
12 03S
17 01S
02 17S
Longitude
70 25W
71 29W
73 06W
72 58W
70 56W
109 25W
81 07W
77 09W
72 01W
79 52W
518kHz 490kHz
B1
B1
A,H
B,I
C,J
D,K
E,L
F,G
S
U
W
M
Note: The list shows the stations listed at Longwave Navtex Broadcasts (2001-04-16). For
details, see the Web side http://www.globalserve.net/~hepburnw/dx/navtex.htm
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2. OPERATION
2.1 Control Description
All operation of the NX-300 is carried out with the controls on the front panel of the display unit.
FURUNO
MENU
ENT
DISP
DIM
Omnipad
• Shifts cursor and display.
• Selects items on menus.
PWR
Removing the hard cover
To remove the hard cover, squeeze
it at its top and bottom right (or left)
corners and pull it toward you.
Pressure
Opens menu or
message display.
Opens message
selecting display
or navigational
data display.
MENU
ENT
Registers items on menus.
DISP
DIM
Adjusts panel dimmer
and contrast.
Selects 518 kHz or 490 kHz.
(See page 2-12.)
FREQ
PWR
Long press: Turns power off.
Touch and release: Turns power on.
Pressure
Figure 2-1 Control panel
2.2 Turning the Power On/Off
Turning on: Press the [PWR] key. “NO MESSAGE” (message waiting screen) appears. When a
message is received, it appears on the screen and in case of a long message, it scrolls
continuously.
To confirm version number of the equipment, press the [PWR] key a little longer. Release the
key when the following window appears.
XX-Version no.
Figure 2-2 TURNING ON window
Turning off: Press the [PWR] key for 3 seconds.
Figure 2-3 TURNING OFF window
Note: The NX-300 should be turned on for the duration of a voyage so that important warning
messages will not be missed.
2-1
2.3 Adjust Dimmer and Contrast
1. Press the [DIM] key to show the dimmer and contrast setting window.
Figure 2-4 DIMMER and CONTRAST setting window
2. Press ! or " for best illumination of the control panel and LCD.
3. Press # or $ for best contrast of the LCD.
4. Press the [ENT] key to close the dimmer and contrast setting window.
Note: If you turn off the power with contrast less than 36, contrast is automatically set to 36
when you turn on the power again.
2.4 Menu Operation Overview
The menu allows you to custom tailor the NX-300 according to your needs. You can select
which categories of message you wish to receive, specify which data to display, etc.
1. Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
Figure 2-5 Main menu
Note: If you press the [MENU] key again at the main menu, the message waiting screen
appears.
2. Press ! or " to select menu item. As you operate ! or ", the selected item appears in
reverse video. For example, select FUNCTIONS.
3. Press the [ENT] key to open menu selected.
Figure 2-6 FUNCTIONS menu
2-2
4. Press ! or " to select menu item and press the [ENT] key. For example, select RCV ALARM.
Corresponding option menu appears.
Figure 2-7 ON/OFF window
5. Press ! or " to select option desired.
6. Press the [ENT] key to resister your selection.
7 Press the [MENU] key once to return to the menu or twice to quit the menu.
2.5
Selecting Stations
The STATION SELECTION menu allows you to select what stations to receive, automatically or
manually. In the AUTO mode stations are automatically selected according to the distance
between own ship and NAVTEX stations. External navigational data is required to use the AUTO
mode. If it is not input, all stations are selected. In the MANUAL mode you can select what
stations you wish to receive. Default setting is the AUTO mode.
1. Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
2. Press ! or " to select STATION SELECTION.
3. Press the [ENT] key. The MODE window appears.
Figure 2-8 MODE window
4. Press ! or " to select AUTO or MANUAL as desired.
5. For the AUTO mode, press the [ENT] key to close the menu.
For the MANUAL mode, do the following:
a) Press the [ENT] key. The STATION SELECTION menu appears.
Figure 2-9 STATION SELECTION menu
b)
c)
Press ! or " to select a station you want to change the current setting.
Press the [ENT] key to show the following window.
Figure 2-10 RECEIVE/IGNORE window
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d)
e)
f)
g)
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Press ! or " to select RECEIVE or IGNORE depending on whether you want to select or
deselect the station.
Press the [ENT] key.
Repeat steps b) to e) to select or deselect other stations.
Press the [MENU] key or [DISP] key to close the STATION SELECTION menu.
Selecting Messages
1.
Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
2.
Press ! or " to select MESSAGE SELECTION.
3.
Press the [ENT] key to show the MESSAGE SELECTION menu.
Figure 2-11 MESSAGE SELECTION menu
4.
Press ! or " to select a message you want to change the current setting.
5.
Press the [ENT] key to show the following window.
Figure 2-12 RECEIVE/IGNORE window
6.
When you change RECEIVE into IGNORE for message type A, B, D or L, the following
window appears to confirm. For all other message types proceed to step 8.
Figure 2-13 Ignore message window
7.
Press # or $ to select YES or NO. Select YES to change the current setting, or NO not to
change.
8.
Press the [ENT] key.
9.
Repeat steps 4 to 8 to select or deselect other message types.
10. Press the [MENU] key or [DISP] key to close the MESSAGE SELECTION menu.
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2.7
Setting Functions (FUNCTIONS menu)
See menu description below for detailed information.
1.
Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
2.
Press ! or " to select FUNCTIONS.
3.
Press the [ENT] key to display the FUNCTIONS menu.
Figure 2-14 FUNCTIONS menu
4.
Press ! or " to select menu item and press the [ENT] key.
5.
Press ! or " to select option desired.
6.
Press the [ENT] key to register your selection.
7.
Press the [MENU] key twice to close the menu.
2.7.1
FUNCTIONS menu description
RCV NOTIFY: The raw NAVTEX signal can be monitored through the monitor speaker by turning
RCV NOTIFY on. The default setting is OFF.
RCV ALARM: The audible alarm may be generated when message type A, B, D or L is received.
The default setting is ON.
KEY BEEP: The equipment can emit a beep tone when a control is operated. The default setting
is ON.
ERROR RATE: When character error occurs due to noise interference during signal propagation,
erroneous character is displayed as “∗”.
Error Rate means character error rate and is calculated as followed:
Error Rate = number of erroneous characters ÷ total number of characters received × 100 (%)
(Total number of characters includes space, line feed, carriage returns, etc.)
When the character error rate is within the percentage you set (0-39%), the NX-300 displays the
message and stores it. When it exceeds the percentage you set, the NX-300 neither displays nor
stores the message. You may set the threshold level of character error rate as desired and the
default setting is 33%.
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SCROLLING: This menu item lets you select how to scroll the message display. The default
setting is AUTO-SLOW.
AUTO-SLOW: Long press of ! or " scrolls line-by-line slowly automatically. Touch and
release " to scroll manually.
AUTO-FAST: Long press of ! or " scrolls line-by-line automatically, faster than AUTOSLOW. Touch and release " to scroll manually.
SKIP-$$:
The U.S. National Weather Service broadcasts weather information via the
U.S. Coast Guard NAVTEX stations. Their messages contain $$, the
continue indicator. You can quickly jump to the next continue indicator. Long
press of ! or " skips to $$.
SAVE MESSAGE TO PC: Select to download message to a PC. See the next paragraph.
2.7.2
Downloading Messages to a PC
Wiring
Your equipment provides a wiring diagram that shows how to connect to a PC using a DSUB 9pin connector. Refer to the interconnection diagram for details.
1.
Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
2.
Press ! or " to select SYSTEM MENU.
3.
Press the [ENT] key to show the SYSTEM MENU.
4.
Press " to select WIRING INFO?.
5.
Press the [ENT] key to show the wiring info display.
Figure 2-15 Connection to PC using a DSUB 9-pin connector
A DSUB 25-pin (EIA-232) may also be used to make the connection. In this case the wiring
diagram is as follows.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
RD2
SG
SD
RD
+
FG
WHITE
BLUE
YELLOW
GREEN
RED
BLACK
-
+
7 GND
3 RXD
2 TXD
4 RTS
5 CTS
6 DSR
20 DTR
Figure 2-16 Connection to PC using a DSUB 25-pin connector
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Setting for communication software on PC
Baud Rate:
Character Length:
Stop Bit:
Parity:
X Control:
4800 bps
8 bit
1 bit
None
XON/XOFF
Downloading messages to a PC
Set up the computer to receive data. Messages are downloaded to a PC character by character
during reception.
To download all messages saved in NX-300, do the following;
1.
Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
2.
Press ! or " to select FUNCTIONS.
3.
Press the [ENT] key to show the FUNCTIONS menu.
4.
Press " to select SAVE MESSAGE TO PC.
5.
Press the [ENT] key. The following display appears.
Figure 2-17 SAVE MESSAGE TO PC display
6.
Press the [ENT] key.
Figure 2-18 SAVING START window
7.
Set up the computer to receive data.
8.
Press # to select YES and press the [ENT] key.
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9.
Press the [ENT] key to save. The following messages appear in order.
To cancel saving,
press the [ENT] key
Figure 2-19 SAVING MESSAGES window
10. Press any key to escape.
Note1: No message is received during downloading.
Note2: When a PC or a serial printer is connected to the NX-300, received messages are
displayed on a PC or printed on a serial printer but not displayed or saved to the NX-300 in the
following cases;
• The NX-300 receives a message it has already saved.
• A message is interrupted to receive.
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2.8 Selecting Language
You can select language displayed on the NX-300. Languages are English, French, German,
Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Danish, and Portuguese.
1. Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
2. Press ! to select LANGUGE.
3. Press the [ENT] key. The following menu appears. (ENG: English, FRA: French, GER:
German, ITA: Italian, SPA: Spanish, DUT: Dutch, DEN: Danish, POR: Portuguese)
Figure 2-20 LANGUAGE menu
4. Use the Omnipad to select language desired.
5. Press the [ENT] key to register your selection and press the [MENU] key to close the menu.
2.9 Display Messages
The NX-300 automatically saves and stores up to 132 received messages (However, the
memory capacity is limited to 28,000 characters). If memory of the NX-300 is full, messages are
deleted on order of time.
1. Press the [DISP] key to show the received messages log. Messages (numbers) are
arranged in the order received from latest to earliest, Left to right.
The latest
message
Unread message
D type message
For A, B or L type
message
Figure 2-21 Received messages log
2. Operate the Omnipad to select the message to display. If more than 15 messages are
saved, the scroll bar appears at the rigth side of the display. Press " or ! to scroll the
display.
3. Press the [ENT] key to display the message selected.
Note: If you want to see the received frequency (518 kHz or 490 kHz) also, change the window
mode as shown on page 4-2.
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2.10
Sample Messages
When message is displayed, press ! or " to scroll message and press # or $ to display the
other message. When the oldest or newest message is displayed, the beep sounds.
ID no.
Display indications
Start code (sync)
Scroll bar
Main message
Press " to scroll.
Main message
Termination code
Figure 2-22 Sample messages
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2.11 Displaying Navigation Data
With navigation data input the NX-300 can display navigation data, in addition to its primary
function.
1. Press the [DISP] key to display the receiving messages log.
2. Press the [DISP] key again to display navigation data.
Figure 2-23 Nav data display
3. To return to the receiving message log, press the [DISP] key again.
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2.12 Selecting Receive Frequency
1. Press the [FREQ] key to show the frequency window.
(Default setting is 518 kHz)
Figure 2-24 Frequency window
2. Press or to select receive frequency as appropriate.
3. Press the [ENT] key to close the frequency window.
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3. SYSTEM MENU
3.1
Units of Measurement
When navigational data is fed to the NX-300, you can select units of distance and speed to use.
Distance/speed can be displayed in nautical miles/knots, kilometers/kilometers per hour, or
miles/ miles per hour. The default setting is nautical miles/knots.
1.
Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
2.
Press ! or " to select SYSTEM MENU.
3.
Press the [ENT] key. The SYSTEM MENU appears.
Figure 3-1 SYSTEM MENU
4.
Press the [ENT] key. The following window appears.
Figure 3-2 UNITS window
5.
Press ! or " to select combination desired; nm, kt; km, km/h; mi, mi/h.
6.
Press the [ENT] key.
7.
Press the [MENU] key or [DISP] key to close the SYSTEM MENU.
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3.2
Time Difference (using local time)
GPS uses UTC time. If a GPS receiver feeds nav data to the NX-300 and you would rather use
local time, enter the time difference (range: -13:30 to +13:30) between local time and UTC time.
1.
Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
2.
Press ! or " to select SYSTEM MENU.
3.
Press the [ENT] key to open the SYSTEM MENU.
Figure 3-3 SYSTEM MENU
4.
Press " to select TIME DIFF.
5.
Press the [ENT] key. A cursor circumscribes + or -. This cursor appears whenever selected
data can be changed with Omnipad.
6
Press ! or " to display + or -.
7.
Press $ to move the cursor to the next column.
8.
Press ! or " to select number desired.
9.
Repeat steps 7 and 8 to complete.
10.
Press the [ENT] key.
11.
Press the [MENU] key or [DISP] key to close the SYSTEM MENU.
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3.3 Time Display
When navigational data is fed to the NX-300, you may display the time in 12-hour or 24-hour
notation. The default setting is 24-hour notation. AM or PM is shown when 12-hour notation is
selected.
1.
Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
2.
Press ! or " to select SYSTEM MENU.
3.
Press the [ENT] key. The SYSTEM MENU appears.
4.
Press " to select TIME DISP.
5.
Press the [ENT] key. The following window appears.
Figure 3-4 TIME DISP window
6.
Press ! or " to select 12HOUR or 24HOUR as appropriate.
7.
Press the [ENT] key.
8.
Press the [MENU] key or [DISP] key to close the SYSTEM MENU.
3.4
Default Setting
This function restores all default settings.
1.
Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
2.
Press ! or " to select SYSTEM MENU.
3.
Press the [ENT] key to show the SYSTEM MENU.
4.
Press " to select DEFAULT SETTING.
5.
Press the [ENT] key. The following window appears.
Figure 3-5 DEFAULT SETTING window
6.
Press # to select YES. If you want to cancel, press the [ENT] key to select NO before
pressing #.
7.
Press the [ENT] key.
8.
Press the [MENU] key or [DISP] key to close the SYSTEM MENU.
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3.5
Delete All Messages
This function deletes all messages NX-300 saves.
1.
Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
2.
Press ! or " to select SYSTEM MENU.
3.
Press the [ENT] key to show the SYSTEM MENU.
4.
Press " to select DELETE ALL MESSAGES.
5.
Press the [ENT] key. The following window appears.
Figure 3-6 DELETE ALL MESSAGES window
6.
Press # to select YES.
7.
Press the [ENT] key.
8.
Press the [MENU] key or [DISP] key to close the SYSTEM MENU.
3.6
User Display of Navigation Data
The NX-300 can function as nav data display when connected to navigation equipment.
You may choose what data to display in the three cells below the date and time indications on the
nav data display. The choices of data are speed, course, range, bearing, power source voltage
and position in latitude and longitude (not available for “LEFT” or “RIGHT”).
01-JAN-00
15:37:40
LARGE
LEFT
RIGHT
Figure 3-7 Location of nav data indications
1.
Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
2.
Press " to select USER DISPLAY.
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3.
Press the [ENT] key to show the USER DISPLAY menu. The cursor is now on the LARGE
field. LARGE means the center indication on the nav data display.
Figure 3-8 USER DISPLAY
4.
Press the [ENT] key. The following window appears.
Figure 3-9 Options for LARGE window
5.
Operate the Omnipad to select item desired. (SPD: Speed, CSE: Course, RNG: Range to
destination, BRG: Bearing to destination, PWR: Power source voltage, L/L: position in
latitude and longitude)
6.
Press the [ENT] key.
7.
Select the items LEFT and RIGHT and set their options like you did for LARGE, referring to
Figure 3-12 for location of indications.
Figure 3-10 Options for LEFT, RIGHT
8.
Press [DISP] key twice to display the navigation data.
The figure below shows display appearance for the setting shown in Figure 3-8.
Figure 3-11 Nav data display
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4. OTHER FUNCTIONS
4.1 DEMO Mode
The DEMO mode provides simulated operation of this unit. Connection of antenna is not
necessary. You may select stations and messages manually or automatically and demo
messages are received. All controls are operative.
Note: Turning on the DEMO mode erases all messages.
Press the [PWR] key while pressing to turn the power on. “SET DEMO MODE!” appears
momentarily. “DEMO” appears at the top of the screen when the DEMO mode is active.
DEMO mark
Figure 4-1 Message display
To escape the DEMO mode, press the [PWR] key while pressing . “RESET DEMO MODE!”
appears momentarily.
4.2 VIEW Mode
The NX-300 ordinarily displays messages in their entirety. The VIEW mode, however displays
messages character by character.
Press the [PWR] key while pressing to turn the power on. “SET VIEW MODE!” appears
momentarily. “VIEW” is displayed at the upper left corner of the display.
To quit the VIEW mode,: repeat above procedure. “RESET VIEW MODE!” appears.
4.3 All Clear
This function deletes all messages and restores default settings. When the NX-300 is first
installed, you should clear all data.
Press the [PWR] key while pressing to turn the power on. “RESET BACKUP DATA!” appears
momentarily while data is being cleared. Then, all default settings are restored.
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4.4 Changing Received Message Log Window
You can show received frequency on the received message log as shown below.
1. Press the [PWR] key while pressing !to turn the power on and release the keys after
display appears.
2. Press the [DISP] key to show the received message log. The received frequencies (518 kHz
and 490 kHz) are displayed on the window.
Figure 4-2 Received message log
3. To restore it, do step 1.
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5. MAINTENANCE &
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel should work inside
the equipment. Further, watertightness may
be reduced.
5.1
Maintenance
Check the following points regularly to maintain performance:
• Check that connectors on the rear panel are firmly tightened and free of rust.
• Check that the ground system is free of rust and the ground wire is tightly fastened.
• Check that battery terminals are clean and free of rust.
• Check the antenna for damage. Replace if damaged.
• Dust and dirt on the keyboard and display screen may be removed with a soft cloth. Do not
use chemical cleaners to clean the equipment; they may remove paint and markings.
5.2
Diagnostic Test
The diagnostic test checks ROM, RAM, data port, battery, keyboard and LCD for proper
operation and displays program numbers.
1.
Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
2.
Press the ! or " to select SYSTEM MENU.
3.
Press the [ENT] key to show the SYSTEM MENU.
4.
Press ! or " to select TEST.
5.
Press the [ENT] key. You are asked if you are ready to start the test.
Figure 5-1 TEST window
6.
Press the # to select YES.
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7.
Press the [ENT] key to start the test. The equipment checks ROM, RAM, SIO and internal
battery, and the results are individually displayed as OK or NG (No Good). Program
numbers appear at the bottom of the display.
Note 1: SIO requires a special connector to check. “03” appears as the result when no
connector is connected.
Note 2: CNT is the number of times test has been consecutively executed.
Program no.
Figure 5-2 TEST display
After the equipment has checked the items shown in Figure 5-2, a beep sounds and the
message PUSH KEY appears at the top right-hand corner.
8.
Press each key one by one. The name of the key pressed momentarily appears at the top
of right-hand corner if the key is functioning properly.
Note: If no key is pressed within approx. five seconds, the equipment automatically
displays the following message to inform you that it is now going to check the LCD.
Figure 5-3 LCD CHECK display
9.
The test repeats. Turn off the power to stop the test.
5.3 When the Battery Icon Appears
A lithium battery (type: CR2354-1F2, code no.: 000-142-305) is installed on the circuit board
inside the display unit, and it preserves data when the power is turned off. The life of the battery
is about 5-10 years. Its voltage is checked when the power is turned on. When its voltage is low
the battery icon appears on the display to alert you. When this happens, contact your dealer to
request replacement of the battery.
Note: When the battery is dead, all default settings are restored.
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5.4
Replacement of Fuse
The 1 A fuse in the snap-in fuse holder on the power cable protects the equipment from
equipment fault and reverse polarity of the ship’s mains. If the fuse blows find out the cause
before replacing it. If the fuse blows again after replacement, contact a FURUNO agent or dealer
for advice. Use only a 1 A fuse – use of a different fuse will damage the equipment and void the
warranty.
CAUTION
Use the proper fuse.
Use of a wrong fuse can cause fire or
equipment damage.
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6. INSTALLATION
6.1
Installation of Display Unit
Mounting considerations
The display unit can be installed on a tabletop, on the overhead, or in a panel (optional flush
mounting kit required). Refer to the outline drawings at the end of this manual for installation
instructions. When selecting a mounting location, keep in mind the following points:
• Locate the unit away from exhaust pipes and vents.
• The unit is waterproof thus it can be installed outdoors. However, locate it of direct sunlight, (or
in a suitable, ventilated enclosure) to prevent heat which can build up inside the cabinet.
• The mounting location should be well ventilated.
• Mount the unit where shock and vibration are minimal.
• Allow sufficient maintenance space at the sides and rear of the unit and leave sufficient slack
in cables, to facilitate maintenance and servicing.
• Observe the following compass safe distances to prevent deviation of a magnetic compass;
Standard compass, 0.5 m, Steering compass, 0.3 m.
• After you install this equipment, perform All Clear as in paragraph 4.3 on page 4-1.
Tabletop overhead mounting
Tabletop
Overhead
Figure 6-1 Tabletop and overhead mounting methods
Flush mounting
There are two types of flush mounting kits. For details, see the outline drawings at the end of this
manual.
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6.2
Installation of Antenna Unit
Mounting considerations
Install the antenna unit referring to the antenna installation diagram at the end of this manual.
When selecting a mounting location for the antenna unit, keep in mind the following points:
• Do not shorten the antenna cable (10 m cable fitted to the antenna).
• The length of the whip antenna for the NX-3E should be no longer than 1.2 m and no larger
than 5 mm in diameter to prevent antenna damage. Do not use a 2.5 m whip antenna. Use
spring washer (supplied) for whip antenna.
• The NX-300 contains a very sensitive receiver. To avoid mutual interference with other radio
equipment, do not install this unit near an SSB/VHF/CB radiotelephone.
• If the antenna cable is to be passed through a hole which is not large enough to pass the
connector, you may unfasten the connector with a needle nose pliers and 3/8-inch open-end
wrench. Refasten it as shown in Figure 6-2, after running the cable through the hole.
• If you install the antenna unit except the NX-3E and the NX-3H, contact your dealer.
Washer
Clamp nut
Gasket (reddish brown)
Shield
Center pin (soldered)
Connector shell
Figure 6-2 How to assemble the connector
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6.3 Wiring
The figure below shows where to connect cables on the rear of the display unit.
ANTENNA UNIT
NX-3H-D
NAVTEX RECEIVER
ANT
10 m
2m
POWER
(12-24 VDC)
Ground
1 A FUSE (+ Line)
Black
-
+
Red
To personal computer
To navigational equipment
Figure 6-3 Wiring
Note: The fuse holder contains a spring that fixes the fuse. To prevent detachment of the spring,
which would cause loss of power, tie the line as shown in Figure 6-4.
Fuse holder
+ line (red)
Tie here.
Figure 6-4 How to fix spring in fuse holder
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Grounding
• The ground wire (local supply) should be 1.25 sq or larger for Navtex Receiver. The ground
wire should be as short as possible.
• The signal ground and frame ground are separated, however the power line is not isolated.
Therefore, if connecting other equipment which has signal ground connected to frame ground,
the earth lamp will light. Especially, for positive ground battery separate the frame ground of
the external equipment from the earth. If not, the equipment may be damaged.
External equipment
The power supply port is commonly used for connection of external equipment such as
navigation equipment or a PC. Refer to the interconnection diagram on page S-1 for connection.
6.4 Interfacing
This equipment can receive navigation data in RS-232C format. For example, it can receive
position data from GPS navigator GP-31/GP-36 for display on its screen. If you want to connect
equipment which outputs data in a format other than RS-232C, a level converter is required for
interface. Consult FURUNO dealer for details.
Input data sentence description
GGA: GPS position fixing condition (time of fix, latitude, longitude, receiving condition, number
of satellites used, DOP)
GLL:
Latitude and longitude
RMB: Generic navigational information (cross track error, steering direction, starting waypoint
no., destination waypoint no., latitude and longitude of starting waypoint, latitude and
longitude of destination waypoint, range and bearing to waypoint, range and bearing
from present position to destination waypoint, velocity to destination, arrival alarm)
ZDA:
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Time and date
MENU TREE
MENU
Default settings
in boldface italic.
STATION SELECTION
MODE (AUTO, MANUAL)
MESSAGE SELECTION (A-E, L, V: RECEIVE; OTHERS: IGNORE)
FUNCTIONS
RCV NOTIFY (OFF, ON)
RCV ALARM (OFF, ON)
KEY BEEP (OFF, ON)
ERROR RATE (0-39
33%)
SCROLLING (AUTO-SLOW, AUTO-FAST, SKIP-$$)
SAVE MESSAGE TO PC
SYSTEM MENU
UNITS (nm, kt; km, km/h; mi,mi/h)
TIME DIFF (-13:30 - +13:30, +00:00)
TIME DISP (12HOUR, 24HOUR)
DEFAULT SETTING
DELETE ALL MESSAGES
TEST
WIRING INFO?
USER DISPLAY
LARGE (SPD, CSE, RNG, PWR, L/L)
LEFT (SPD, CSE, RNG, BRG, PWR)
RIGHT (SPD, CSE, RNG, BRG, PWR)
LANGUAGE(ENG, GER, SPA, DEN, FRA, ITA, DUT, POR)
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SPECIFICATIONS OF THE NAVTEX RECEIVER
NX-300
1. RECEIVER UNIT
1.1. Receiving Frequency
518 kHz or 490 kHz
1.2. Mode of Reception
F1B
1.3. Sensitivity
2 µV e.m.f. (50 ohms), 4% error rate
1.4. Message Category
A: Navigation warning
B: Meteorological warning
C: Ice report
D: Search and rescue information/ piracy and armed robbery
E: Meteorological forecast
F: Pilot message
G: Decca message
H: Loran-C message
I: Omega message
J: Differential omega message
K: Other electronic navigational aid and system message
L: Navigational warning (additional)
M to Y: Reserved – presently not used
V: Notice to Fishermen (US only)
Z: QRU (no message on hand)
2. DISPLAY UNIT
2.1. Display System
4.5-inch (95 x 60 mm) Monochrome LCD, 120 x 64 pixels
2.2. Display Modes
Message Selection Mode, NAV Data Mode,
Message Display Mode
2.3. Message Storage
28,000 Characters
3. ANTENNA UNIT
3.1. Selectable Antenna
NX-3H-D: H-field antenna for NX-300-H-D
Others: Local supply antenna for NX-300-N-D
3.2. Input Impedance
50 ohms
3.3. Power supply
+5.0 VDC
4. INTERFACE
4.1. Input Data
NMEA0183 Ver.1.5/2.0, RS-232C, 4800 bps
GGA, GLL, RMB, ZDA
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4.2. Output Data
Message data for personal computer, RS-232C, 4800 bps
Data length: 8, Stop bit: 1, Parity: None
T/R Code: CR+LF, XON/XOFF Control, Local echo: ON
5. POWER SUPPLY
12-24 VDC: 130-70 mA
6. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION
6.1. Ambient Temperature Antenna unit: -25°C to +70°C
Display Unit: -15°C to +55°C
6.2. Relative Humidity
95% at 40°C
6.3. Water proofing
Antenna unit: IEC-IPX6
Display unit: IEC-IPX5
6.4. Vibration
±1 mm ±10%, 5 to 13.2 Hz,
Maximum acceleration 7 m/s2, 13.2 to 100 Hz (IEC 60945)
7. COATING COLOR
7.1. Display Unit
Chassis: 2.5GY5/1.5, Panel N3.0
7.2. Antenna Unit
N9.5
SP - 2
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PACKING LIST
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NX-300-H-D
N A M E
ユニット
O U T L I N E
DESCRIPTION/CODE №
Q'TY
UNIT
NX-3H-D
空中線部
1
ANTENNA UNIT
000-059-204
NX-300-D
ナブテックス受信機
1
NAVTEX RECEIVER
000-059-205
予備品
SPARE PARTS
FGMB 1A 125V
ヒューズ
2
FUSE
000-114-805
付属品
ACCESSORIES
FP14-02801
20-016-1091-2
保護カバー
1
COVER
100-297-032
工事材料
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
MJ-A7SPF0005-020
ケーブル組品MJ
1
CABLE ASSY.
000-139-384
5X20 SUS304 1シュ
+トラスタッピンネジ
4
+TAPPING SCREW
000-802-081
(略図の寸法は、参考値です。
DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY.)
C5629-Z02-C
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PACKING LIST
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1/1
NX-300-N-D
N A M E
ユニット
O U T L I N E
DESCRIPTION/CODE №
Q'TY
UNIT
NX-300-D
ナブテックス受信機
1
NAVTEX RECEIVER
000-059-205
予備品
SPARE PARTS
FGMB 1A 125V
ヒューズ
2
FUSE
000-114-805
付属品
ACCESSORIES
FP14-02801
20-016-1091-2
保護カバー
1
COVER
100-297-032
工事材料
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
MJ-A7SPF0005-020
ケーブル組品MJ
1
CABLE ASSY.
000-139-384
5X20 SUS304 1シュ
+トラスタッピンネジ
4
+TAPPING SCREW
000-802-081
.
(略図の寸法は、参考値です。
DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY.)
INDEX
A
L
All clear 4-1
Language menu 2-9
AUTO 1-3
LCD check 5-2
AUTO mode 2-3
Local time 3-2
AUTO-FAST 2-6
M
AUTO-SLOW 2-6
Main menu 2-2
B
Maintenance 5-1
BATTERY icon 1-3, 5-2
MANUAL mode 2-3
C
Message selection 2-4
Contrast 2-2
Mounting 6-1
Control panel 2-1
N
D
Navarea 1-1
Data sentence 6-4
Navigation data display 2-11, 3-4
Default setting 3-3
NAVTEX area 1-1
Deleting all messages 3-4
NEW 1-3
DEMO mode 4-1
O
Dimmer 2-2
Omnipad 2-1
E
P
ERROR RATE 2-5
Power on/off 2-1
F
Program version no. 5-2
FUNCTIONS menu 2-5
R
G
RCV ALARM 2-5
Grounding 6-4
RCV NOTIFY 2-5
I
Rx 1-3
Installation 6-1
K
KEY BEEP 2-5
Index-1
S
SAR 1-3
Saving to PC 2-6
Scroll bar 1-3
SCROLLING 2-6
SKIP-$$ 2-6
Start code 1-2
Station list 1-5
Station map 1-4
Station selection 2-3
SYSTEM MENU 3-1
T
Termination code 1-2
TEST 5-1
TIME DIFF 3-2
Time difference 3-2
TIME DISP 3-3
Type of message 1-2
U
Units of measurement 3-1
User display 3-4
V
Version no. 2-1
VIEW mode 4-1
W
WARNING 1-3
Wiring 2-6, 6-3
Index-2
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