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....... 18 iv Raystar 120 & Raystar 112LP GPS Receivers - Owner's Handbook Preface v About this Handbook Welcome Welcome to the handbook for the
Raystar 112LP GPS receiver and Raystar 120 SD-GPS receiver. This handbook provides installation details for the following products: · · · · Raystar 120 SDGPS receiver with SeaTalk output (Part no: E32025) Raystar 120 SD-GPS receiver with NMEA output (Part no: E32026) Raystar 112LP GPS receiver with
SeaTalk output (Part no: E32001) Raystar 112LP GPS receiver with NMEA output (Part no: E32002) These products are designed to receive GPS (Global
Positioning System) signals and convert this information to either SeaTalk or NMEA: · · the Raystar 112LP receives standard GPS signals, providing a typical
position accuracy of 15 m (without Selective Availability) the Raystar 120 uses Satellite Differential GPS (SD-GPS) signals to provide enhanced typical
accuracy of less than 3 m Note: See Chapter 1: About SD-GPS (RS120 only) for more information about satellite differential GPS. This handbook contains
four chapters: Chapter Chapter 1: About SD-GPS (RS120 only) Chapter 2: Installation Contents Explains how Satellite Differential GPS enables the Raystar
120 to provide enhanced accuracy.
Explains how to mount the Raystar 112LP and Raystar 120 receivers. Page 1 5 Chapter 3: NMEA/SeaTalk Explains how to connect the Raystar output cable
11 Connections to your GPS display unit or chartplotter. Chapter 4: Product Support & Servicing Provides product support information for the Raystar
112LP and Raystar 120. 15 At the end of this handbook we have included product specifications and compatibility information, a mounting template &
warranty information. Note: This handbook contains important information about installing, using and maintaining your new Raymarine product.
To get the best from the product, please read this handbook thoroughly. vi Raystar 120 & Raystar 112LP GPS Receivers - Owner's Handbook Important
Information Before using this product, please read the following information about: · · · Warranty Safety notices EMC conformance Warranty To register
your new Raymarine product, please take a few minutes to fill out the warranty card. It is important that you complete the owner information and return the
card to us to receive full warranty benefits. Safety notices WARNING: Navigation aid Although we have designed this product to be accurate and reliable,
many factors can affect its performance. As a result, it should only be used as an aid to navigation and should never replace common sense and navigational
judgement.
Always maintain a permanent watch so you can respond to situations as they develop. WARNING: Product installation This equipment must be installed and
operated in accordance with the instructions contained in this handbook. Failure to do so could result in poor product performance, personal injury and/or
damage to your boat. WARNING: Electrical safety Make sure the power supply is switched off before you make any electrical connections. WARNING:
Servicing There are no user-serviceable parts in this unit. Do NOT attempt to open the unit or service the equipment. If the unit develops a fault, return it to
your nearest distributor for service. EMC conformance All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the
recreational marine environment. The design and manufacture of Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to the appropriate Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) standards, but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised. Chapter 1: About SD-GPS (RS120 only)
1 Chapter 1: About SD-GPS (RS120 only) 1.
1 Satellite Differential GPS on the Raystar 120 The Raystar 120 Satellite Differential GPS (SD-GPS) Receiver uses the new satellite differential system to
improve the accuracy, integrity and availability of the basic GPS signals. This provides greater positional accuracy compared with standard GPS receivers
(e.g. Raystar 112LP). Three separate and compatible SD-GPS systems currently exist or are being developed: 1. Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS),
developed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). 2. European Geostationary Navigation Overlay System (EGNOS), being developed by a European
consortium. 3. MTSAT Satellite-Based Augmentation System (MSAS), being developed by the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB).
1 About SD-GPS (RS120 only) 1.2 SD-GPS in North America (WAAS) How SD-GPS works The following description is based on WAAS, but the same
principles apply to the EGNOS and MSAS networks. As shown in Figure 1-1, the WAAS network consists of: · · · ground reference stations across the USA
master stations located at East Coast and West Coast two geostationary satellites located above the equator This network operates in conjunction with the
existing GPS satellites. The ground reference stations are located at known positions and receive data continuously from the GPS satellites. The ground
reference stations transmit their data to the master stations, which calculate the error of the GPS-received positions and generate correctional data.
The master stations send their corrected `differential' signals to the two geostationary satellites which broadcast the corrected data on the standard GPS
frequency. 2 Raystar 120 & Raystar 112LP GPS Receivers - Owner's Handbook 1 About SD-GPS (RS120 only) D4903-1 Figure 1-1: The WAAS System Your
Raystar 120 SD-GPS Receiver can then use this correctional data to refine the GPS positional data it receives. This results in improved accuracy (typically
less than 3 metres) compared with standard GPS (typically 15 m) or land-based DGPS (typically 10 m).
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Availability of WAAS in North America The area coverage of WAAS includes the entire United States of America (see Figure 1-2). 135°E 75°N 150°E 165°E
180° 165°W 150°W 135°W 120°W 105°W 90°W 75°W 60°W 45°W 30°W 15°W 0° 15°E 60°N 45°N 30°N 15°N 0° 15°S D4910-1 Figure 1-2: WAAS Coverage
Map Chapter 1: About SD-GPS (RS120 only) 3 At the time of going to print, WAAS was being tested for aviation use.
During this testing and certification period, continuous service is expected although brief signal outages may occur as refinements and upgrades are made to
the system. Information about the status of WAAS and any planned outages are available via the Raymarine website at: http://www.raymarine.com 1 About
SD-GPS (RS120 only) 1.3 SD-GPS coverage outside North America As well as being WAAS compatible, the Raystar 120 is also compatible with the SD-GPS
networks being developed for Europe (EGNOS) and Asia (MSAS). The combination of the WAAS, EGNOS and MSAS systems will provide global satellite
based differential GPS augmentation into the future. Europe (EGNOS) At the time of going to print, EGNOS was in early testing and qualification phases. As
a result, signal outages may occur at any time. The status of EGNOS and any planned outages are available on-line at the Raymarine website:
http://www.raymarine.
com Satellite differential is currently disabled outside the WAAS reception area. When EGNOS is qualified for navigational use, we will publish a procedure
on the Raymarine website to enable EGNOS operation. Asia (MSAS) An Asian satellite differential system (MSAS) is also being developed. When MSAS is
qualified for navigational use, we will publish a procedure on the Raymarine website to enable MSAS operation. 1.4 Accuracy & continuation of broadcast
coverage CAUTION: The navigational accuracy of equipment using these satellite broadcast SD signals during the testing and qualification phases is not
guaranteed by Raymarine Limited, nor is the continuation of the broadcast SD signals the responsibility of Raymarine Limited. 4 Raystar 120 & Raystar
112LP GPS Receivers - Owner's Handbook 1 About SD-GPS (RS120 only) Chapter 2: Installation 5 Chapter 2: Installation The sections in this chapter
explain how to install the Raystar 120/112LP receivers: Section Section 2.1, Planning the installation Section 2.2, Selecting a suitable location Section 2.3,
Mounting the receiver Page 5 8 9 CAUTION: Before starting installation ensure you have the correct unit for your application.
The Raystar 120/112LP compatibility table on page 18 identifies the correct version of the Raystar 120/112LP Receiver for compatible Raymarine, Autohelm
and Apelco units. Raymarine cannot be held responsible for incorrect operation due to incorrect unit specification. Alwo other equipment using a cable not
supplied by Raymarine, a suppression ferrite MUST always be attached to the cable near to the Raymarine unit. 8 Raystar 120 & Raystar 112LP GPS
Receivers - Owner's Handbook 2.2 Selecting a suitable location Receiver location The Raystar 120/112LP receiver is designed to receive the signals emitted
from satellites in a direct path.
It should be mounted: · · On a horizontal surface. In a location that is open and clear of any obstructions (such as masts, search lights, or other structures)
that could block line-of-sight reception of signals. As low as possible: the height of the receiver is not as important as it having a clear view horizon to
horizon for optimum signal reception. In fact, the lower the unit can be mounted and have a clear view to satellites, the better. The more stable the unit, the
more effectively it will track satellites low to the horizon.
· 2 Installation Note: Do NOT mount the receiver up a mast, as the receiver will swing with the boat, leading to significant COG/SOG errors. · As far as
possible from any sources of interference: the receiver should be separated by at least 1 m (3 ft) from other antennas and electronic equipment.
@@@@@@1. @@2. @@@@3. @@@@and then drill 2. @@@@3. Screw the two mounting studs (2) into the underside of the receiver. 4. @@@@6.
@@7. @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@They should be serviced only by authorized Raymarine service technicians. 4.1 EMC, servicing and safety
guidelines · Raymarine equipment should be serviced only by authorized Raymarine service technicians. They will ensure that service procedures and
replacement parts used will not affect performance. There are no user serviceable parts in any Raymarine product. Some products generate high voltages:
never handle the cables/connectors when power is being supplied to the equipment. When powered up, all electrical equipment produces electromagnetic
fields. These can cause adjacent pieces of electrical equipment to interact with one another, with a consequent adverse effect on operation. In order to
minimize these effects and enable you to get the best possible performance from your Raymarine equipment, guidelines are given in the installation
instructions, to enable you to ensure minimum interaction between different items of equipment, i.
e. ensure optimum Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). Always report EMC-related problems to your nearest Raymarine dealer. We use such information
to improve our quality standards. In some installations, it may not be possible to prevent the equipment from being affected by external influences.
In general this will not damage the equipment but it can lead to spurious resetting action, or momentarily may result in faulty operation. · · · · 4 Product
Support & Servicing 4.2 Product support Raymarine products are supported by a worldwide network of distributors and Authorized Service Representatives.
If you encounter any difficulties with this product, please contact either your national distributor, or your service representative, or the Raymarine Technical
Services Call Center. Refer to the back cover or the Worldwide Distributor List for contact details.
16 Raystar 120 & Raystar 112LP GPS Receivers - Owner's Handbook 4 Product Support & Servicing Specifications & Compatibility 17 Specifications &
Compatibility Raystar 120/112LP specifications Raystar 120 and 112LP Receiver type: Frequency: Sensitivity: Signal acquisition: Time to first fix (TTTF):
Position accuracy: Raystar 112LP: GPS, 12 parallel channels Raystar 120: SD-GPS, WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS ready, 12 parallel channels 1575.42 MHz ±1
MHz (C/A code), L1 -130 dBm Automatic < 8 seconds (typical); < 45 seconds from cold start (average) Raystar 112LP: <15 m 95% (L1, C/A code HDOP <
2 without SA) Raystar 120 (with WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS): <3 m 95% (L1, C/A code HDOP < 2 without Selective Availability) 0.1 kts RMS (L1, C/A code
HDOP < 2.5 without Selective Availability) WGS-84 (227 selectable alternatives) NMEA versions: 9 V to 30 V NMEA @ 1.
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5 Watts SeaTalk versions: 9 V to 18 V SeaTalk @ 1.5 Watts NMEA versions: NMEA 0183 Ver2.3 output; non-isolated NMEA input; RTCM SC-104 Ver 2.1
input. SeaTalk versions: SeaTalk bus; RTCM SC-104 Ver 2.1 input temperature range: -10°C to 70°C (14°F to 158°F) water protection: waterproof to
CFR46 temperature range: -10°C to 70°C (14°F to 158°F) 10 m (33 ft) diameter: 95 mm (3.
7 in) height: 30 mm (1.2 in); 62 mm (2.4 in) with pole mount kit 0.435 kg (15.3 oz) Lithium battery (10 year life) 89/336/EC (EMC), EN60945:1997 Speed
accuracy: Geodetic datum: Power requirement: Data input/output: Operating conditions: Storage conditions: Cable length: Dimensions: Weight: Memory
backup: CE approvals - conforms to: CAUTION: Take care when disposing of this unit, as it contains a lithium battery. You must follow any local regulations
relating to the disposal of hazardous materials. 18 Raystar 120 & Raystar 112LP GPS Receivers - Owner's Handbook Raystar 120/112LP compatibility The
Raystar 120 and 112LP receivers are available in two versions: SeaTalk or NMEA. Each version is easily identified with NMEA or SEATALK printed on the
top of the receiver case. · NMEA versions of the Raystar 120 (Part no: E32026) and 112LP (Part no: E32002) receivers can be used to replace the Raystar
100, 900, 105, 108, 112, Apelco 1100, 180,182 and 182XT GPS antennas Seatalk versions of the Raystar 120 (Part no: E32025) and 112LP (Part no:
E32001) can be used to replace the Autohelm Black Box Z146, Autohelm Z197 and Z260 GPS antennas · The following table identifies the recommended
Raystar 120 or 112LP receiver version for compatible Raymarine, Autohelm and Apelco units. .
Raystar 120 NMEA (E32026) Raystar 112LP NMEA (E32002) NAV298, 398 Raynav 575 Raystar 390, 790 Fishfinder V850, 8010 Raychart 600*, 610*, 611*,
620*, 630* Raychart 420 Autohelm Navcenter 600* Apelco 530, 560 Apelco 6400, 6700, 6760, 6800, 7000 Apelco GXL 1100 Raystar 120 SeaTalk (E32025)
Raystar 112LP SeaTalk (E32001) Autohelm ST50 GPS* Autohelm ST50 Navdata* Autohelm ST80 GPS (Masterview/ Navigator) Autohelm Navcenter 300*,
500*, 700* Fishfinder L755*, L760* Raychart 520*, 530*, 631* Pathfinder (LCD) RL70*, RL70RC*, RL70C*, RL70CRC*, RL80*, RL80RC* Pathfinder
(CRT) R70*, R70RC*, R80*, R80RC* *Model is both Seatalk and NMEA compatible, however the recommended RS120 or RS112LP version should be used
for complete functionality and to simplify installation. Note: On some earlier units (e.g. Raychart 630) designed before WAAS and similar systems were
available, a satellite differential fix (SD-FIX) will be reported as D-FIX. In such cases a satellite differential fix will still be acquired and the enhanced
navigational accuracy of the satellite differential system will still be utilized.
36 mm (1.4 in) Raystar 120/112LP mounting template 19 mm (0.75 in) diameter if cable has NMEA plug 18 mm (0.7 in) 36 mm (1.4 in) 18 mm (0.
7 in) D59 02-1 6 mm (0.25 in) diameter if cable has no plug Cable exit channel 6 mm (0.25 in) diameter 2 positions This equipment uses certain elements of
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