Operator Unit 130-613

Operator Unit 130-613
Raytheon Anschütz GmbH
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Operator Unit
Type 130 --613
1 Description
2 Operation
3 Maintenance and repairs
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Declaration of Conformity
1
List of abbreviations
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1
1.1
The Construction of the Operator Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2
1.1.1
1.1.2
Principle of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CAN-Bus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3
5
1.2
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6
1.2.1
1.2.2
Mechanical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6
6
2
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7
2.1
2.2
Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting into Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7
8
2.2.1
General Information regarding the Operation of the Operator Unit . . . . . . . . . . . .
9
2.2.1.1
2.2.1.2
Overview of display information (compass) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the Default Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10
12
2.2.1.3
2.2.1.4
Adjusting Brightness and Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the Current Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13
14
2.2.1.5
Menu selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
15
2.2.1.6
2.2.2
Lamp test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alarm and Fault Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
16
17
2.2.2.1
Alarm handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
17
2.2.2.2
2.2.2.3
Status and alarm messages (an overview) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
19
22
2.2.2.4
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25
3
3.1
Gyrocompass Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
27
27
3.1.1
The HEADING display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
28
3.1.1.1
Heading indication from gyro system after switching on
(Heating stage and settling stage) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
29
3.2
Selecting Man Speed / Aut Speed / Individual Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
31
3.3
3.4
Selecting Man Lat / Auto Lat / Individual Lat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activation of the Quick Settling function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
35
38
3.4.1
3.4.2
Quick Settling activation of selected gyro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Quick Settling activation of not selected gyro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
39
42
4
Magnetic Compass Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
44
4.1
4.1.1
Display/amend alarm threshold for Gyro/Magnet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display and alter Variation/Deviation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
45
47
4.1.1.1
Single value input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Applying or amending a deviation table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
50
5
Operation of Satellite Compass STD 21 (GPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
52
6
6.1
Adjustment of additional operation modes with the service menu . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Difference Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
53
53
6.1.1
G1/G2/G3 or GPS difference alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
56
6.2
6.3
Panel Setup Software version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58
60
6.3.1
Service Mode Page 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
61
6.3.1.1
6.3.1.2
CAN--Bus Addressees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Heading without correction values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
62
64
6.3.1.3
Damping of the Rate of Turn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
65
6.3.1.4
6.3.1.5
Speed Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GPS Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
67
68
6.3.2
Service Mode Page 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.3.2.1
6.3.2.2
DV--bus application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Auto Heading Switch--over . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
71
73
6.3.2.3
6.3.2.4
Deviation Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gyro Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
76
77
6.3.2.5
Software Versions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.3.2.6
6.4
Individual Speed Error Correction (SEC) (E11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power OFF--ON Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
81
84
6.4.1
Flashing new Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
84
6.4.2
Changing configuration of system components or connecting of
other/new system components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
85
6.5
Switching Off the Operator Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
86
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Operator Unit maintenance and repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8.1
Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
88
8.2
8.3
Overview of switches, jumpers and plugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the device address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
88
89
8.4
Making the cable connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
91
8.4.1
8.4.1.1
General information about establishing on-board wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connections to the plug connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
91
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8.4.1.2
Plugging in the jumpers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Functional enhancements and/or additional features up
from development status E11 are designated with E11 in
this manual (up from status E06 labelled at the housing).
For operating in combination with a Satellite Compass
STD 21 GPS see respective manual no.: 3717
Only for GGMR application!
All manually set values have to be set for both
Distribution Units.
Fluxgate compasses are operated as magnetic
compasses (but without CAN bus addressees).
E11
Alarms from external heading devices (non Raytheon
devices, connected to the Distribution Unit) are not
output via the Operator Unit.
If there are more than one Operator Unit in an application, than all settings and configurations have to
be performed for each Operator Unit.
After configuration changes the Distribution Unit and
the Operator Unit must be reset, see section 6.4.
Changes must be made for all Distribution Units and
Operator Units in a compass system.
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List of used Abbreviations
CAN
Diff
Controller Area Network
Difference
GND
Ground
GPS
ESC
Global Positioning System
Escape
IP
Internal Protection
kn
Lat
Knots
Latitude
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
LED
Mag
Light Emitting Diode
Magnetic
Man
Manual
MINS
NMEA
Marine Inertial Navigation System
National Marine Electronic Association
PCB
Pos
Printed Circuit Board
Position
RoT
Rate of Turn
RS
Spd
Recommended Standard
Speed
VHW
Velocity Heading through Water
VTB
VTG
Velocity below Water
Velocity through Ground
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General Information
The Operator Unit is designed so that users can operate all items of equipment
connected to a CAN bus (see section 1.1.2).
All the equipment integrated into the navigational system, such as the gyro compass, the
GPS compass and the magnetic compass can be operated through the Operator Unit
application described here.
Several Operator Units can be connected to a CAN bus.
There is no priority control system for connected Operator Units. Each Operator Unit
connected to the system has the same priority.
The Operator Unit is used to select, use and monitor the navigational devices (sensors).
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The Construction of the Operator Unit
The Operator Unit is available in two versions -- desk-flush mounted, and with
angled fixing bracket.
The Operator Unit consists of a casing with a front panel.
All the electronics components required are accommodated inside the casing on
2 PCBs.
The front panel contains the display, 6 sealed membrane keys and a two-colour LED.
The PCBs are connected to the display unit via an optical fibre.
An alarm transmitter is mounted behind the front panel to transmit audible alarms.
The Operator Unit is designed for two redundancy CAN (CAN1 and CAN2) busses.
The Operator Unit is equipped with a PTC in the supply voltage line.
In the event of a fault (short circuit in the Operator Unit) this PTC reduces the current,
thus preventing further damage to the equipment.
There is no voltage fuse protection.
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Principle of Operation
Once a voltage supply is present, the Operator Unit is able to detect every connected
item of navigational equipment (sensors) and indicate them on the display unit.
Depending on the status of the device, heading information is also now displayed.
Any gyro compasses connected will deliver a usable heading only after the heating and
settling stages.
If several sensors are connected, in principle the heading data supplied by the gyro
compass designated GYRO will be displayed (provided it is enabled and usable); if
several gyro compasses are in use, the one designated GYRO 1 will be displayed.
A membrane key (Select Sensor & Menu) can be used to select a different sensor or
sub-menu (see also Figure 3 and section 2.2.1.4).
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Select
Speed
Select
Lat.
Figure 2:
GYRO 1
068.7
HEADING
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
068.0
Magnet
069.0
Aut Spd: 08.5Kts
Aut Lat.: 5005‘
Dim
up
Contrast
Dim
down
Lamp
Test
Example of a display after it was put into operation
Explanation of the controls and indicators:
The Operator Unit display is divided into the display section and 6 soft keys.
The upper section of the display area indicates the sensor that is selected, and the
heading data it is indicating. Additional information about the selected sensor is
displayed underneath.
The lower section lists all the sensors connected to the CAN bus.
The display and the softkey designations (the fields on the display) alter depending on
which sensor is currently selected, to enable you to make settings relevant to the sensor
in question.
A membrane key is assigned to each soft key. The soft keys are operated by pressing
this membrane key.
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A two-colour LED is positioned above the red membrane key. This LED indicates
alarms and their status. It also serves to indicate when selected data were transferred
to the CAN bus. (the “SET” soft key).
See section 2 of this manual for further information about the controls and indicators.
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Devi-ation
Vari-ation
Figure 3:
Magnet
068.7
HEADING
Gyro 1
067.9
Gyro 2
069.0
Gyro 3
068.9
Deviation:
03.0
Variation:
04.0
Gyro/Mag Diff:
03.0
Dim
up
Contrast
Dim
down
Lamp
Test
Example of the display when the “Magnetic Sonde” sensor is selected
All equipment and sensors connected to the CAN bus take the data they require for their
particular function from the CAN bus.
The selected sensor leads the heading information
to all connected receivers via the CAN bus.
But not each heading receiver is allowed to use heading information from a magnetic compass if selected.
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CAN-Bus
(CAN = Controller Area Network)
CAN bus
The CAN bus is a Multi-Master-Bus allowing the
connection of all devices and systems regardless
of their task and function. This means that any
number of devices can be connected. These devices must be designed for CAN bus technology.
For the CAN bus it is essential that every bus user
is addressable via a unique address. This address
is set within each bus user.
The usable address range is from 01(16) to 3F(16)
(address 00(16) is reserved for development purposes).
Each bus user can send and receive data via the
CAN bus.
Gyro compass
Gyro compass
GPS compass
259.8
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Distribution unit
8 or 12x
heading
(course bus
or NMEA)
3 x step
The CAN bus must be terminated at both ends via
an ohmic resistor (125 ohms). This terminating
resistor is set by jumpers or switches on the respective PCB.
The Can bus is achieved redundant (CAN1 and
CAN2).
1 x printer
1 x rate of turn Note:
The maximum length of a CAN--bus cabling must
not be longer than 300 meter!
DV--bus
= terminating resistor
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Technical data
1.2.1
Mechanical data
Dimensions and weight: see appended Dimensional Drawing 130--613.HP005
Type of enclosure:
1.2.2
IP23
(higher rating with special casing)
Electrical data
Supply voltage:
24 V DC (18 .. 36 V d.c.)
Power consumption:
6W
Interfaces:
2 x CAN bus
(optional RS422)
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Operation
2.1
Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
9
1
Select
Sensor
7
& Menu
6
Select
Speed
5
Select
Lat
Figure 5:
GYRO 1
068.7
Heading
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
068.1
Magnet
069.0
Aut Spd: 08.5Kts
Aut Lat:
5005‘
2
Contrast
Dim
down
Lamp
Test
3
8
4
Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
Signification
Figure 5/no.
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Dim
up
5/1, 5/2, 5/3,
5/4, 5/5, 5/6
Membrane keys
The signification of the membrane keys is determined by Softkey fields (5/9).
5/4
(Red) membrane key used to acknowledge alarms and confirm
data entries.
Performing Lamp Test.
5/7
LCD display
5/8
Two-colour LED
red: alarm message
yellow. request to confirm where:
-- values have been changed
-- a sensor has been selected
Note: If an alarm message occurs during a period of request
to confirm, then the alarm message has the higher
priority.
5/9
Soft key field
The software determines the function.
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Setting into Operation
The Operator Unit must be configured for CAN bus operation in accordance with the
jumper list (see section 8.4.1.2) (the RS422 configuration is a special application only).
The Operator Unit switches on as soon as it has a supply of operating voltage.
Display once the operating voltage is present:
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
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GYRO 1
068.7
Heading
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
068.1
Magnet
069.0
Aut Spd: 08.5Kts
Aut Lat:
5005‘
Dim
up
Contrast
Dim
down
Lamp
Test
Display once the voltage supply is present.
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The principle of operation is explained on the figure illustrating the display for Gyro1.
The meaning and function of each soft key depends on the sensor concerned, and these
are explained in more detail in the section referring to the sensor in question.
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Overview of display information (compass)
Sense
Information
Gyro 2:
067.9
Gyro 3:
067.8
Gyro 1 selected.
Displaying of not selected sensors.
2 Gyros and 1 Magnetic compass
Magnet: 069.0
A maximum of 3 not selected
sensors can be displayed.
Gyro 1:
067.9
Gyro 2:
067.8
GPS:
067.8
A maximum of 3 not selected
sensors can be displayed.
Gyro 2:
067.9
GPS:
067.8
Magnet: 067.8
A maximum of 3 not selected
sensors can be displayed.
Magnet selected
Displaying of not selected sensors.
2 Gyros and 1 GPS--compass
(for operating the GPS with the Operator Unit see manual no. 3717)
Gyro 1 selected
Displaying of not selected sensors.
1 Gyro, 1 GPS--compass and
1 Magnetic compass
(for operating the GPS with the Operator Unit see manual no. 3717)
Heading of selected sensor (Gyro1)
GYRO 1
068.7
Heading
Gyro 1 selected.
Still within the 3 minutes after
switching--on in the heating stage.
Quick Settling is possible.
GYRO 1
-- -- --.--
(QS--possible)
Gyro 1 selected.
No heading indication = error
GYRO 1
-- -- --.--
No Heading
Gyro 1 selected.
Gyro 1 in the heating stage, time to
activate quick settling (3 minutes) is
over.
GYRO 1
-.-
Heading (Heating)
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Gyro 1selected.
Gyro 1 in settling stage (heating
stage is over).
Heading information still inexact, see
compass STD 22 manual.
GYRO 1
068.7
Heading (Settling)
E11
Uncorrected is displayed if this
heading value has no speed error
correction (SEC).
Speed missing and position missing
when “Individual SEC” is activated.
GYRO 1
068.7
Heading (Uncor.)
Gyro 2:
067.9 (X)
Gyro 3:
067.8
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“X” could be:
- - - .-  (E)
Error, than heading information
is not displayed.
Magnet: 069.0
068.9 (Q)
Quick Settling, the heading value
to which the gyro will settle is
displayed.
068.9 (S)
Settling Stage, the Gyro is still
settling, heading is displayed,
the precision is still restricted.
- - - .-  (H)
Heating stage, the activation of
the quick settling function is not
possible, time to activate this
function (3 minutes) is over.
QS possib
Quick Settling possible,
during 3 minutes after switching
on.
068.9 (C)
Caution. This warnings show
short disturbances, which lead
(if not debugged) long dated to a
breakdown.
For more details see compass
STD 22 manual, section 2.2.2.4
068.9 (U)
Shows the information of an
uncorrected heading (SEC)
for a not selected sensor. (E11)
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Changing the Default Settings
Below is a short description (shown at one example) how to change default values.
9
1
ESC
6
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
Figure 7:
GYRO 1
068.7
Heading
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
068.1
Magnet
069.0
Man Speed: 10.0kn
2
Up
3
Down
8
Set
4
Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
Changing the values:
The “Man Speed” function is called by pressing the “Select Speed” soft key (see
Figure 7/6) (as shown in Figure 7). The default value for this function is 10.0 kn. Press
the up or down keys (Figure 7/2 and 3) to increase or reduce this value by increments.
Confirm:
Once the value has been altered to a value within the permitted range, the two-colour
LED (Figure 7/8) flashes “yellow”. This means that the new value can be transferred to
the CAN bus. The new value is accepted when you press the “Set” key (Figure 7/4).
The amended value has been transferred successfully when the LED is no longer lit.
If the operation is not finalised, you can press the ESC key (Figure 7/1) to restore the
value you started with.
TIME OUT function:
If no key is pressed for a period of 12 seconds while starting altering a value, amend
mode is cancelled and the display reverts to the previous indication. To change the
value, you need to call the function again.
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Operator Unit
Adjusting Brightness and Contrast
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
Figure 8:
GYRO 1
068.7
Heading
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
068.1
Magnet
069.0
Contrast
2
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
Aut Spd: 14.5Kts
Aut Lat:
1
Dim
Up
4605‘
Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
Use the “Dim Up” key (1) to make the display brighter and the “Dim Down” key (2) to
make it darker.
This setting is retained even after the equipment has been switched off.
To adjust the contrast first press the “Dim Up” (1) and “Dim Down” (2) keys
simultaneously. The display now changes:
1
Esc
GYRO 1
068.7
Heading
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
068.1
Magnet
069.0
Aut Spd: 14.5Kts
Aut Lat:
Figure 9:
Contr.
Up
Contr.
Down
2
3
Set
4605‘
Adjusting the contrast
Once the display has changed (see Figure 9) you can adjust the contrast using the
“Contr. Up” (2) and “Contr. Down” (3) keys.
The display reverts to the original setting if you press the “ESC” key (1) or after a time
out period of approximately 4 seconds.
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Changing the Current Sensor
Not each heading receiver is allowed to use heading
information from a magnetic compass if selected.
Select
Sensor
& Menu
1
GYRO 1
068.7
Heading
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
068.1
Magnet
069.0
Dim
Up
Dim
Down
Set
Menu
2
EXIT
Figure 10: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Selected Sensor: Gyro1)
Each time the “Select Sensor & Menu” key (Figure 10/1) is pressed one of the sensors
connected to the CAN bus system will appear on the screen (top).
If you now press the “Set” key (Figure 10/2) to confirm the sensor you have selected,
heading data provided by that sensor will now display on the display unit.
Use the Exit and Set keys to exit from the Select Sensor & Menu function.
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Deviation
Variation
Magnet
069.0
Heading
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
068.1
Dim
Up
Dim
Down
Deviation:
00.0
Variation:
04.0
Diff--G/M:
03.0
Lamp
Test
Figure 11: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Selected sensor: Magnetic sonde)
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Operator Unit
Menu selection
Use the “Select Sensor & Menu” soft key to select a sub-menu.
This sub-menu is used to make settings that require updating relatively rarely, but which
are provided for servicing purposes.
Sub-menu
-- Diff.Alarm (see section 6.1.1 for Gyros and 4.1 for Magnetic compass)
The monitoring threshold setting between Gyro1, Gyro2 and Gyro3
GPS (if used) is identical to a Gyro.
(Default: Gyro/Gyro Diff = 03.0)
The monitoring threshold settings between selected Gyro and Magnetic compass
(Default: Gyro/Mag Diff = 05.0)
-- Panel Set Up (see section 6.2)
In this sub--menu the volume of the alarm horn may be adjusted and the actual
software status is displayed.
-- Service (see section 6.3)
There are two pages which may be selected. The pages contain:
----
Displaying of CAN bus addresses and heading without correction values
(as there are speed error correction and alignment error)
----
Adjustment of damping of the Rate of Turn
-------
Displaying and selection of speed source
Activation of DV--bus and adjustment of DV--bus address for the distribution unit
----
Automatic switch--over if a Gyro fails.
-------
Applying and changing of a deviation table
Performing GPS configuration
----
Displaying operational data of all Gyros
---Displaying of software versions of all Gyro and Distribution Unit memories
-- Quick Settling (see section 3.4)
In this submenu the quick settling function can be activated for each gyro.
This submenu is shown only, if there is a possibility for Quick settling.
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Lamp test
A Lamp Test during an alarm is not possible
Select
Sensor
& Menu
GYRO 1
068.7
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
Heading
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
068.1
Magnet
069.0
Aut Spd: 14.5Kts
Aut Lat:
4605‘
Dim
Up
Contrast
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
1
Figure 12: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
By operating the softkey “Lamp Test” (Figure 12/1) for appr. 3 seconds
the LED above this soft key lights up, an acoustic alarm occurs (with selected volume,
see section 6.2) and the brightness increases.
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
GYRO 1
068.7
Heading
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
068.1
Magnet
069.0
Aut Spd: 14.5Kts
Aut Lat:
4605‘
Lamp Test
Dim
Up
Contrast
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
Figure 13: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(During Lamp Test)
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Alarm and Fault Handling
2.2.2.1
Alarm handling
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GYRO 1
068.7
Heading
1
Speed Missing
Alarm
Quit
Set
2
Figure 14: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(alarm is indicated)
An alarm is indicated in two ways; the two-colour LED (Figure 14/1) flashes red and the
signal transmitter emits an audible signal.
The reason for and the origin of the alarm is also displayed.
In the event of an error, the unselected sensors are flagged as not usable (------.--).
No audible signal is emitted.
Users cannot select a faulty sensor.
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There is no need to remedy the cause of the alarm in order to alter values.
If the alarm is acknowledged by pressing the “quit” key (Figure 14/2) but the cause of the
error is not remedied, the two--colour LED lights red and the audible signal stops.
The two--color LED will go out only once the cause of the alarm has been remedied.
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Magnet
068.7
Heading
Devi-ation
Vari-ation
Gyro 1
067.9
Gyro 2
068.1
Deviation: 00.0
Variation:
06.0
Diff--G/M:
03.2
Dim
Up
Contrast
Dim
Down
Present
Alarms
Gyro/Mag Diff.
Figure 15: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Example: Difference threshold alarm is indicated)
After an alarm is acknowledged without a remedy the button “Alarm Quit” is replaced by
the button “Present Alarms”, the alphanumeric alarm message is no longer displayed,
only the LED (red) still lights up.
By pressing the button “Present”Alarms” the alarm message is displayed again for the
time of operating this button.
If there are several alarms, only the alarm with the highest priority is shown.
Only after a remedy of this fault, the next alarm message can be displayed by pressing
the button “Present Alarms”.
The next table shows a summary of messages which can be displayed and which show
an error or a faulty operational status.
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Status and alarm messages (an overview)
Meaning
Displayed
message
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No connection
CAN bus not connected to the Operator Unit
No Data on Bus
No usable data on the CAN bus.
Sensor Error
Is displayed if the selected sensor fails, or if the selected sensor is no longer connected to the CAN bus.
This message can occur with a selected Gyro or a selected Magnetic compass.
This message has to bee seen in combination with
Heading information “------.--”
Distribution Err.
Is displayed if the active Distribution Unit fails with a
dropped relay “System Failure”.
This message is displayed too if the active Distribution
Unit is not connected to the CAN bus.
Speed Missing
An external sensor fails.
Is displayed if the external connected speed sensor
fails or generates unusable data and the operating
mode “Aut Speed” is selected.
Pos. Missing
An external sensor fails.
Is displayed if the external connected position sensor
fails or generates unusable data and the operating
mode “Aut Lat” is selected.
Individual SEC
Speed Missing
or
Pos. Missing
The individual SEC for selected (activated) heading
sensor is not possible, because a sensor for necessary values is not available.
E11
Gyro/Mag Diff.
Is displayed if the set heading difference threshold between a Gyro and a Magnetic compass is exceeded
(see also sections 4.1. and 6.1).
Gyro/Gyro Diff.
Is displayed if the set heading difference threshold between two Gyros is exceeded (see also section 6.1).
GPS/Mag. Diff.
Is displayed if the set heading difference threshold between a Gyro and a Magnetic compass is exceeded,
but this Gyro is a Satellite Compass STD 21 (GPS)
(see also sections 6.1).
Gyro/GPS Diff.
Is displayed if the set heading difference threshold between two Gyros is exceeded, but one of the Gyros is
a Satellite Compass STD 21 (GPS) (see also section
6.1).
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Displayed
message
Meaning
Switched to Mag.
Is displayed if the selected Gyro fails, no further Gyro
is available, a Magnetic compass is connected and the
automatic switch--over function is set
(see also section 6.3.2.2).
Switched to Gy1
Is displayed if the selected Gyro or Magnetic compass
fails and the automatic switch--over function has
switched to Gyro 1 (see also section 6.3.2.2).
Switched to Gy2
Is displayed if the selected Gyro or Magnetic compass
fails and the automatic switch--over function has
switched to Gyro 2 (see also section 6.3.2.2).
Switched to Gy3
Is displayed if the selected Gyro or Magnetic compass
fails and the automatic switch--over function has
switched to Gyro 3 (see also section 6.3.2.2).
Switched to GPS
Is displayed if the selected Gyro fails, no further Gyro
is connected and the automatic switch--over function
has switched to Gyro 3/GPS (see also section 6.3.2.2).
No Heading
(Blinking line below the heading line)
Is displayed together with Sensor Error.
Note:
The message “Sensor Error” is no longer displayed
after acknowledging but the message “No Heading”
still remains (see also section 2.2.2.3).
Heading (Heating)
(Blinking line below the heading line)
Information that the selected sensor (Gyro) is in the
heating stage (see section 3.1.1.1).
Heading (Settling)
(Blinking line below the heading line)
Information that the selected sensor (Gyro only) is in
the settling stage (see section 3.1.1.1).
QS possible
(Blinking line below the heading line)
Indication that it is possible to activate the Quick
Settling function for the selected sensor (Gyro only)
(see section 3.4).
Quick Settling
(Blinking line below the heading line)
Information that the selected sensor (Gyro only) is in
the settling stage (Quick Settling) (see section 3.4).
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Displayed
message
Meaning
Not Accepted
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(Displayed at the bottom line for approx. 2 seconds).
Is displayed during pressing “Set” key if the selected
value is not accepted or the selected action is not
practicable (like manual selection of a faulty sensor)
(see also section 6.3.1.4).
Stern GPS Com.
Bow GPS Com.
Stern GPS Bit
Bow GPS Bit
Sync. Failure
IMU Error
Init. Failure
Data I/F#3 Com.
Data I/F#4 Com.
Heading Failure
Poor Sat. signals
Gyro Triad Error
Accel. Error
These alarm messages are generated by the
Satellite Compass STD 21 (GPS).
These alarm messages are possible only, if a
Satellite Compass STD 21 is installed.
For detailed information, see STD 21 manual
no. 3717, section troubleshooting.
PLEASE NOTE: The red softkey (Acknowledge alarm) has to be pressed to display
above mentioned alarm messages.
PLEASE NOTE: Alarm messages from external sensors can occur, if a connection to an
external sensor has been removed (for installation for example).
In this case a POWER OFF/POWER ON procedure will eliminate this
alarm message.
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General Error Messages
The CAN bus is designed for redundancy and carries out error processing in the
background.
“One” CAN bus has failed.
Reaction:
This error can be detected only by constantly observing the display unit.
If one CAN bus fails (for example if the plug comes loose) the display information is
frozen briefly (for appr. 2 seconds) while the data is transferred to the second CAN bus.
No special message is output onto the display unit.
Once the data has changed over to the second bus data transfer will continue
undisturbed. User functions are not restricted as long as only one fault is present.
No usable data on the CAN bus.
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
GYRO 1
-- -- --.--
No Heading
Gyro 2
------.--
Gyro 3
------.--
Magnet
------.--
Dim
Up
Dim
Down
Aut Spd: ----. -- Kts
Aut Lat:
--------‘
Figure 16: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(No usable data on the CAN bus -- 1st message)
Initially the heading information is faded out and replaced with horizontal dashes in this
first message (see Figure 16).
The display alters after 3--5 seconds and information about the error is displayed.
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This error message flashes , and at the same time the LED (Figure 17/1) lights red.
OPERATOR
UNIT
Dim
Up
Contrast
Dim
Down
Panel
Setup
1
Alarm
No Data On Bus Ackn
Figure 17: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(No usable data on the CAN bus -- 2nd message)
Once the “Alarm Ackn” key is pressed, the error message and the LED cease to flash.
The LED continues to light constant red and the error message stays on the display until
the fault has been remedied.
After pressing the “Alarm Ackn” key the soft key “Panel Setup” is displayed too (from
software version E10). After operating this key (“Panel Setup”) the actual software
version is displayed (see also section 6.2).
Both CAN bus plugs on the Operator Unit have come loose.
Magnetic Sonde selected:First a “Distribution Err.” is displayed, than quit, than the
message according to Figure 18 is displayed.
Gyro selected: First a “Sensor Error” is displayed, than quit, than the message
according to Figure 18 is displayed.
How the error is indicated:
1.) All the indications are frozen for approximately 4 seconds.
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ESC
GYRO 1
Up
-- -- --.--
No Heading
Gyro 2
------.--
Gyro 3
------.--
Magnet
------.--
Aut Spd: ----.--Kts
Aut Lat:
--------‘
Down
Lamp
Test
Figure 18: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(No CAN bus is connected to the Operator Unit)
2.)
All the information is faded out and replaced with horizontal dashes
(see Figure 18).
OPERATOR
UNIT
Dim
Up
Contrast
Dim
Down
Alarm
NO CONNECTION Ackn
Figure 19: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(No CAN bus is connected to the Operator Unit)
3.)
The display alters after 3--5 seconds and the error message “NO CONNECTION”
is displayed. (see Figure 19).
A visual and audible alarm is emitted.
Cause of this error message can be either a missing termination resistor, a missing CAN
bus connection or a wrong connected CAN bus.
Once the “Alarm Ackn” key is pressed, the error message and the LED cease to flash.
The LED continues to light constant red and the error message stays on the display until
the fault has been remedied.
“Panel Setup” is possible.
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Warnings
Select
Sensor
& Menu
GYRO 1
068.7
“(Heater Failure)”
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
068.1
Magnet
069.0
Aut Spd: 14.5Kts
Aut Lat:
4605‘
Dim
Up
Contrast
Warning
(blinking)
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
Figure 20: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(with a displayed warning --> blinking)
Each connected Gyro can generate one or more warnings.
These warnings do not stand for an error, but they may lead to a defect, if no
measurement are attempt to eliminate the cause of this warnings.
For detailed information to warnings, their possible causes and the respective
measurements, see Compass STD 22 manual .
There are 5 warnings possible, each warning has a priority (this priority is not displayed):
Warning
Priority
“(Voltage cut--off)”
Priority 1
“(Fan failure)”
Priority 2
“(Heater Failure)”
Priority 3
“(Liquid > 60C)”
Priority 4
“(Liquid Level low)”
Priority 5
A warning is no longer displayed, if the cause is eliminated or, if the cause is no longer
present.
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If there are several warning at the same time, the warning with the highest priority is
displayed. After the cause of this warning is eliminated, the warning with the next lower
priority is displayed.
The warning “(Voltage cut--off)” -- highest priority -- has to be acknowledged (operating
the red push button), the signal horn is on and the LED (red) blinks.
It is not necessary to acknowledge one of the other warnings.
Warnings and alarms may occur at the same time.
Alarms have to be handled prior (acknowledged).
If the warning (”Voltage cut--off”) an alarm occur at the same time, the alarm has to be
acknowledged first.
Select
Sensor
& Menu
GYRO 1
068.7
Heading
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
Magnet
068.9
069.0
(C)
Menu
Dim
Up
Warning
Dim
Down
2
Set
EXIT
Figure 21: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Warning of a not selected sensor)
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Gyrocompass Operation
3.1
Selecting the Sensor
Operator Unit
Initial status: Gyro 1 is selected as the navigational sensor.
1
Select
Sensor
& Menu
GYRO 1
068.7
Heading
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
Magnet
068.9
069.0
Dim
Up
Dim
Down
2
Menu
Set
EXIT
Figure 22: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Gyro 1 sensor is selected)
Press the “Select Sensor & Menu” soft key (Figure 22/1) until the “Gyro 2” line is
selected.
Confirm the selection by pressing the “Set” (Figure 22/2) softkey.
Heading information will now be output to the display by Gyro 2 (see Figure 23).
Select
Sensor
& Menu
GYRO 2
067.9
Heading
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 3
068.1
Magnet
069.0
Aut Spd: 08.5kn
Aut Lat:
5005‘
Dim
Up
Contrast
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
Figure 23: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Gyro 2 sensor is selected)
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3.1.1
The HEADING display
Indication of the compass heading output from Gyro2
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
GYRO 2
067.9
Heading
Gyro
068.7
Gyro
068.6
Magnet
069.0
Aut Spd: 08.5kn
Aut Lat:
5005‘
Dim
Up
Contrast
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
Figure 24: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Compass heading indication)
After Power ON Gyro1 is selected as the default compass and the heading value is
displayed in large lettering.
All other available heading sensors are available for selection and are also indicated on
the display for monitoring purposes.
They can be changed over using the “Select sensor” and “Set” softkeys.
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Heading indication from gyro system after switching on
(Heating stage and settling stage)
Note: During the first 3 minutes after switching--on (heating stage), it is possible to
activate the quick settling function (see section 3.4).
We distinguish between 2 different status
(see also manual 3646 “STD 22 Gyro Compass”):
-- the heating stage
-- the settling stage
During the heating stage on the gyro system the heading information is not valid and the
only indication is a set of dashes (------.--). The “Heating” status is indicated (flashing)
next to the heading indication.
With a second gyro system (for example) a “H” (for heating) is positioned alongside the
monitor indicator. (see Figure 25).
Select
Sensor
& Menu
GYRO 1
-- -- --.--
Heading
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
Gyro 2
Heating
------.-- (H)
Gyro 3
------.-- (H)
Magnet
069.0
Aut Spd: 08.5kn
Aut Lat:
5005‘
Dim
Up
Contrast
blinking
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
Figure 25: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Indications on the gyro system during the heating stage)
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The gyro heading may be used to a certain extent during the settling stage.
However you should be aware that there will still be fairly high error margins.
The gyro system is settled after a period of 4 hours and will then indicate the gyro
heading to the specified precision.
The gyro heading is indicated on the display during the settling stage.
The “Settling” status is indicated (flashing) next to the heading indication.
With a further gyro system a “S” (for settling) is positioned alongside the monitor display
(see Figure 26).
Select
Sensor
& Menu
GYRO 1
300.5
Heading
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
Gyro 2
Settling
303.2 (S)
Gyro 3
302.2 (S)
Magnet
299.0
Aut Spd: 08.5Kts
Aut Lat:
5005‘
Dim
Up
Contrast
blinking
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
Figure 26: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Indications on the gyro system during the settling stage)
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Selecting Man Speed / Aut Speed / Individual Speed
It is strongly recommended to read the information
about “Individual SEC” (section 6.3.2.6) first, before
the function “Individual Speed” is applied.
If an automatic speed source (LOG) is available “Aut Spd” is selected as the default
setting.
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
GYRO 2
067.9
Heading
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 3
068.9
Magnet
069.0
Aut Spd
08.5kn
Dim
Up
Contrast
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
Figure 27: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(”Aut Spd” selected)
The second operation of the soft key “Select Speed” is “Individual Spd” (E11).
ESC
Select
Speed
GYRO 2
067.9
Heading
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 3
068.9
Magnet
069.0
Individual Spd.
Set
Figure 28: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(”Individual Spd.” selected)
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In the event of a fault or if “Aut Spd” is not available you can switch over to “Man Spd”
(see Figure 29) -- third operation of soft key “Select Speed”.
The gyro uses the speed information to calculate
the speed error correction (SEC).
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
GYRO 2
067.9
Heading
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 3
068.9
Magnet
069.0
Man Spd 10.2kn
Dim
Up
Contrast
Dim
Down
Set
Figure 29: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Man Spd selected)
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The “Select Speed” key (Figure 30/1) changes its functions when a change is made.
It alters each time the setting is changed from “Aut Spd” to “Man Spd”
ESC
1
Select
Speed
GYRO 2
067.9
Heading
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 3
068.9
Magnet
069.0
Aut Spd 10.2kn
3
2
Set
Figure 30: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(after “Aut Spd” has been selected)
The key (Figure 30/2) is now assigned with the “Set” function. The LED (Figure 30/3)
flashes yellow.
Once confirmation is given via the “Set” key, the changeover is made and the gyro
system is corrected using the manually entered speed values.
The changeover also affects the gyro system that is not currently selected.
If automatic speed fails or a automatic switch over
to manual speed takes place, the last actual speed
value is displayed. This value must be acknowledged
or changed.
But if individual speed is selected (before), than that
value is displayed which had been set in manual mode
or this value is set to zero if no manual speed had been
set before (see also section 6.3.2.6).
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Entering speed values manually
4
ESC
1
Select
Speed
GYRO 2
067.9
Heading
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 3
068.9
Magnet
069.0
Man Spd: 10.2kn
Up
5
Down
3
2
Set
Figure 31: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Man Spd selected)
Press the “Select Speed” key (Figure 31/1).
The cursor jumps to the manual speed indicator field and the value can be altered using
the “Up” (Figure 31/4) and “Down” (Figure 31/5) keys.
Use the “Set” key (Figure 31/2) to accept the value into the system and the flashing LED
(Figure 31/3) now goes out.
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Operator Unit
Selecting Man Lat / Auto Lat / Individual Lat
It is strongly recommended to read the information
about “Individual SEC” (section 6.3.2.6) first, before
the function “Individual Lat” is applied.
The “Select Lat” key (Figure 32/1) changes its functions when a change is made.
It alters each time the setting is changed from “Aut Lat” via “Man Lat” to
“Individual Lat” (E11).
ESC
GYRO 2
Up
067.9
Heading
1
Select
Lat
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 3
068.9
Magnet
069.0
Man Lat
5005‘
Down
3
2
Set
Figure 32: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(after Man Lat has been selected)
The key (Figure 32/2) is now assigned with the “Set” function. The LED (Figure 32 /3)
flashes yellow.
Once confirmation is given via the “Set” key, the changeover is made and the gyro
system is corrected using the manually entered latitude values.
The changeover also affects the gyro system that is not currently selected.
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The second operation of the soft key “Select Lat” is “Individual Lat” (E11).
ESC
GYRO 2
067.9
Heading
Gyro 1
Select
Lat
068.7
Gyro 3
068.9
Magnet
069.0
Individual Lat
Set
Figure 33: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(after “Individual Lat” has been selected)
For more information and restrictions to “Individual Speed” or “ Individual SEC”, see
section 6.3.2.6.
After the third operation of the soft key “Select Lat” is “Aut Lat”:
ESC
GYRO 2
067.9
Heading
Gyro 1
Select
Lat
068.7
Gyro 3
068.9
Magnet
069.0
Aut Lat
4905‘
Set
Figure 34: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(after “Aut Lat” has been selected)
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ESC
1
Select
Lat
GYRO 2
067.9
Heading
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 3
068.9
Magnet
069.0
Man Lat:
5050‘
Up
5
Down
3
2
Set
Figure 35: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Man Lat selected)
Press the “Select Lat” key (Figure 35/1).
The cursor jumps to the manual latitude indicator field and the value can be altered
using the “Up” (Figure 35/4) and “Down” (Figure 35/5) keys.
Use the “Set” key (Figure 35/2) to accept the value into the system and the flashing LED
(Figure 35/3) now goes out.
Big differences of the latitude value which may
occur while switching over from automatic to manual input, are included into the speed error correction (SEC) calculation not until 2--3 hours.
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Activation of the Quick Settling function
The “Quick Settling” function reduces the time the compass requires to settle from
approximately 4 hours to approximately one hour
The most recent heading is stored when the gyro compass is switch off. When it is
switched on the compass uses that value to make a default setting so that the settling
time is reduced.
The Quick Settling function can only be used if the ship‘s
heading has not been changed between switching off and
switching back on.
The Quick Settling function can not be used:
-- During the first setting up (installation).
-- If the ship‘s position was changed between
switching off and on again of the compass.
-- If the temperature of the gyro supporting liquid is
more than 30C.
Immediately after switching on of the compass it is possible to activate the Quick Settling
function at the Operator Unit.
By this the heating stage and the settling stage are reduced to (in total) one hour.
After this time an usable heading information is displayed (for the accuracy of the
heading information see compass manual).
Time to activate this function is only for 3 minutes after
switching on
At the end of this 3 minutes (without activating this function) the heating stage and the
settling stage runs in the sequence according to the compass manual.
NOTE: To activate this function is possible only during the first three minutes after
switching on.
If there should be activated several (max. 3 gyro compasses) with the Quick
Settling function it is recommended to switch on these compasses one after the
other (if possible) in order not to exceed this three minutes.
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Quick Settling activation of selected gyro
After switching on of the selected compass the possibility to activate the Quick Settling
function is displayed. (Figure 36).
Select
Sensor
& Menu
GYRO 1
-- -- --.--
(QS--possible)
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
Gyro 2
------.-- (H)
Gyro 3
------.-- (H)
Magnet
069.0
Dim
Up
Heating stage,
no possibility for
Quick Settling
(3 minutes are over)
Contrast
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
Menu
EXIT
Figure 36: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Heating stage of the selected gyro 1,
Quick Settling is possible during a time of 3 minutes)
During this 3 minutes the menu line “Menu” has to be selected
(softkey “Select Sensor &Menu).
Select
Sensor
& Menu
GYRO 1
-- -- --.--
(QS--possible)
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
Gyro 2
------.-- (H)
Gyro 3
------.-- (H)
Magnet
069.0
Dim
Up
Contrast
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
Menu
EXIT
Figure 37: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Heating stage of the selected gyro 1,
Quick Settling is possible during a time of 3 minutes,
menu line “Menu” selected)
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Basic Menu ----> Selected line: “Menu” ----> Display “Menu”
Select
Menu
Gyro 1
-- -- --.--
Dim
Up
(QS--possible)
Dim
Down
Diff--Alarm
Panel set up
Service
Quick--Settling
Set
EXIT
Figure 38: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Heating stage of the selected gyro 1,
Quick Settling is possible during a time of 3 minutes,
menu line “Quick Settling” selected)
Basic Menu ----> : Selected line “Menu” ----> Display “Menu” ----> Selected:
“Quick--Settling”.
Select
Quick Settling
Gyro 1 QS SET
Dim
Up
Dim
Down
EXIT
SET operated
Set
Note: Gyro 2 and gyro 3 not displayed because a
Quick Settling is no longer possible.
(Indication of “H” = Heating stage means also
Quick Settling no longer possible, 3 minutes
are over).
Figure 39: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Heating stage of the selected gyro 1,
Quick Settling is possible during a time of 3 minutes,
menu “Quick Settling”, gyro 1 is selected)
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After confirming by “SET” the activated Quick Settling function for the selected gyro is
displayed by “Gyro 1 QS Set” (Figure 39).
After selection of “Exit” the basic menu is displayed (Figure 40).
Select
Sensor
& Menu
GYRO 1
068.7
(Qick Settling)
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
Gyro 2
------.-- (H)
Gyro 3
------.-- (H)
Magnet
069.0
Dim
Up
blinking
Contrast
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
Menu
EXIT
Figure 40: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Function Quick Settling activated for gyro 1)
This menu “Quick Settling” is displayed only if this function
is possible.
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Quick Settling activation of not selected gyro
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
GYRO 1
068.9
Heading
Gyro 2
QS possib
Gyro 3
------.-- (H)
Magnet
069.0
Dim
Up
Contrast
Heating stage,
no possibility for
Quick Settling
(3 minutes are over)
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
Menu
EXIT
Figure 41: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Gyro1 is in operation, gyro 2--status within 3 minutes after switching on,
gyro 3 is in the heating stage, -- QS no longer possible
Quick Settling is possible during a time of 3 minutes,
The procedure to activate the Quick Settling function corresponds to the procedure in
section 3.4.1 “Quick Settling activation of selected gyro”.
Basic Menu ----> Selected line: “Menu” ----> Display “Menu” ----> Selected:
“Quick--Settling”.
Select
Quick Settling
Gyro 2 QS SET
Dim
Up
SET operated
Dim
Down
Set
EXIT
Figure 42: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Heating stage of the not selected gyro 2 with QS function,
for gyro 1 and gyro 3 is no Quick Settling function selectable
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After confirming by “SET” the activated Quick Settling function for the selected gyro is
displayed by “Gyro 2 QS Set” (Figure 42).
After selection of “Exit” the basic menu is displayed (Figure 43).
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
GYRO 1
068.7
Heading
Gyro 2
069.1 (Q)
Gyro 3
------.-- (H)
Magnet
069.0
Dim
Up
Contrast
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
Menu
EXIT
Figure 43: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Gyro 1 in operation, Gyro2 in Quick--Settling Mode and
Gyro 3 in the heating stage -- QS no longer possible
3 minutes are over)
This menu “Quick Settling” is displayed only if this function
is possible.
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Magnetic Compass Operation
It has to paid attention that not every heading
receiver is allowed to be connected to a
heading from a magnetic compass.
Initial status: The magnetic compass is selected as the sensor providing the heading.
Select
Sensor
**
Devi-ation
Vari-ation
**
Magnet
069.0
Heading
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 3
068.9
Magnet
069.0
+4.5
Deviation:
+5.0
Variation:
3.0
Diff--G/M:
Dim
Up
Contrast
Dim
Down
Lamp
Test
if the term “Deviation” is displayed in this field, then the value of the deviation has
to be entered according to section 4.1.1 as a single value.
Figure 44: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Magnetic compass selected)
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Operator Unit
Display/amend alarm threshold for Gyro/Magnet
(see also section 6.1)
The Diff G/M function makes it possible to monitor the selected gyro compass (here
Gyro1) using data from the magnet compass.
Both heading values are monitored for difference.
If they exceed the pre-set limits, an alarm is triggered (both visual and audible).
If Magnet is selected as heading sensor, the magnetic heading value is monitored
against the heading values from each Gyro for difference.
1
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Magnet
Dim
Up
069.0
Heading
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
068.9
Menu
Dim
Down
2
Set
EXIT
Figure 45: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(“Menu” line selected)
The menu line is selected by pressing the “Select Sensor & Menu” key (Figure 45/1).
Enter the menu by pressing “Set” (Figure 45/2).
4
Select
Menu
Magnet
069.0
Heading
Dim
Up
Dim
Down
Diff-Alarm
Panel Setup
Service
5
3
2
Set
EXIT
Figure 46: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(“Diff-Alarm” line selected)
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Select “Diff--G/M*:
03.0 on the “Diff-Alarm” sub--menu by pressing “Set”
(Figure 47/3) (LED Figure 47/4 flashing) and then alter it by pressing “Up”/”Down”
(Figure 47/1 and 2).
*the display “Diff--G/M” can also mean: difference between GPS and magnet.
Confirm the values by pressing “Set”.
Leave the menu by selecting “EXIT”
1
Select
Menu
Magnet
069.0
Heading
Diff--GG
03.0
Diff--G/M:
03.0
Up
2
Down
4
3
Set
EXIT
Figure 47: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(“Diff--G/M 03.0” line selected)
The minimum threshold G/M is 3.
The maximum threshold G/M is 30.
Changeable in steps of 1/10.
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Operator Unit
Display and alter Variation/Deviation
Deviation
A heading display from a magnetic compass may be affected by permanent magnetic
parts of steel, lines with direct current flow or magnetic soft iron parts in that manner,
that the heading information is faulty.
With correction values (deviation values) this fault can be corrected.
This correction value is entered via the Operation Unit to the Distribution Unit and is
used to correct the magnetic heading information.
An indication if it is possible to apply or to amend a deviation
table is the soft key field “Deviation”.
If there is no therm “Deviation “ in this field, than the function of a
deviation table is available (this function reflects a higher development status. At Distribution Units with a lower development
status the field has the therm “Deviation”. In this case single
correction value to each heading have to be entered according to
section 4.1.1.1).
For Distribution Units with the function of a deviation table, see
section 4.1.1.2.
In general:
If a variation or declination value is displayed, than it is possible
to change this value.
If such a value is not displayed (for example Fluxgate compasses
with complete NMEA sentences), than the correction value is part
of the respective input information (NMEA sentence).
Than there is no need to change this value.
Variation
Because of the magnetic north pole is not identical to the geographic pole, there is a
declination, this declination is designated with variation.
This variation varying and it is possible to take out this alteration out of a sea chart
(depending location).
This value has to be entered as a single value. It is stored in the Distribution Unit and
used to correct the magnetic heading information.
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Single value input
Initial status: The magnetic compass is selected as the navigational sensor.
Magnet
Select
Sensor
& Menu
1
Devi-ation
6
Vari-ation
069.0
Heading
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 3
068.9
Magnet
069.0
Deviation:
Variation:
Diff--G/M:
Dim
Up
Contrast
Dim
Down
+4.5
+5.0
3.0
Figure 48: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Magnetic compass selected)
Changing the Variation and Deviation using the Deviation/Variation softkey
(Figure 48)
The Change Deviation/Variation menu
Esc
Magnet
069.0
Heading
2
Up
3
Down
Deviation: +4.55
Set
Figure 49: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Deviation marked)
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Deviation (deviation in relation to the ship)
Select the deviation input field by pressing the “Deviation” key (Figure 48/1)
Alter the values (deviation) by pressing the “Up” or “Down” keys.
(Figure 49/2 or 3).
Once you have confirmed (using the “Set” key) these values are accepted, stored into
an internal table and the magnet compass heading is corrected accordingly by
interpolation of the set (stored) values.
The menu reverts back to its initial status.
Variation (deviation in relation to location)
Select the variation input field by pressing the “Variation” key (Figure 48/6).
Change the value and finalise the alteration procedure as described under “Changing
the Deviation”.
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Applying or amending a deviation table
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Magnet
069.0
Heading
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
067.9
Menu
Dim
Up
Dim
Down
Set
EXIT
Figure 50: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Line “Menu” selected)
Select the line “Menu” with soft key “Select Sensor & Menu” and soft key “Set”.
Select the line “Service” in the next display with soft key “Select Sensor & Menu” and
soft key “Set”.
Select the line “Next page” in the display “Service Mode (page1)” with soft key “Select
Menu” and soft key “Set”.
Select the line “Deviation Table” in the display “Service Mode (page2)” with soft key
“Select Menu” and soft key “Set”.
Select
Next
Value
Previ.
Value
Deviation Tab
000--009
010--019
020--029
030--039
040--049
050--059
060--069
----.--
----.--
----.--
----.--
----.--
----.--
----.--
Edit value and set value
Erase value
Erase all values
Exit
Up
Down
Set
Figure 51: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Display “Deviation Table”)
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Value ------.--
Operator Unit
--> if there is a value before and after this not--set--value,
an internal value is calculated value (by interpolation) and
displayed (see Figure 3). But the not--set--value in the deviation table is still
------.--.
Value 000.0 is a deviation value which is set in that manner.
In the display (Figure 51) a deviation Table is shown.
The deviation table is segmented into 36 sets of data, each set with 10 (000...009 to
350...359). To each set a correction value can be entered.
With soft key “Next value” and soft key “Previ. Value” a data set of the deviation table
can be selected.
The soft keys “Next value” and “Previ. Value” are enabled only if this function is
reasonable (respective term in the soft key is displayed), for example: no “Next Value” at
the end of the deviation table.
With the soft keys “Up” and “Down” the correction value is adjusted and entered with the
soft key “Set” -- the line “Edit value and set value” has to be selected with soft key
“Select”.
With soft key “Select” one of the lower lines is selected and with soft key “Set” the
function is executed:
Edit value and set value
With this line the adjusted or entered correction value is stored.
Erase value
With this line the selected correction value is erased.
Erase all values
With this line all correction values of the deviation table are erased (after a safety
question “For sure?????”).
Exit
With this line the display to edit the deviation table is quit.
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Operation of Satellite Compass STD 21 (GPS)
Within a navigation system, which is based on a Gyro compass STD 22, it can connect
except a magnetic compass a Satellite Compass STD 21 (GPS) too.
This compass is displayed as GPS.
The organisational integration of a GPS is identical to a Gyro compass.
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Select
Speed
Select
Lat
GYRO 1
068.7
Heading
Gyro 2
067.9
GPS
068.8
Magnet
069.0
Aut Spd: 08.5kn
Aut Lat:
5005‘
Dim
up
Contrast
Dim
down
Lamp
Test
Figure 52: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Display with a GPS in the application)
Select
Sensor
& Menu
GPS
Config.
GPS
Hdg.
GPS
068.7
Heading
Gyro 1
067.9
Gyro 2
068.8
Magnet
069.0
Lat:
Lon:
054 21.712‘N
010 08.434‘E
Dim
up
Contrast
Dim
down
Lamp
Test
Figure 53: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Display with GPS as selected heading sensor)
For all adjustments, configurations and operation functions see Satellite Compass
STD21 manual (no. 3717).
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Operator Unit
Adjustment of additional operation modes with the service menu
After selection of the menu line “Menu” below mentioned submenus are displayed to
select other operational modes:
-- Diff--Alarm (Difference Alarm) (see section 6.1)
-- Panel Setup (see section 6.2)
-- Service (see section 6.3)
-- Quick Settling (see section 3.4)
6.1
Difference Alarm
In such a compass system all connected heading sensors are compared together
constantly. If there is a deviation more than the adjusted threshold than there will be a
difference alarm displayed and output.
A conclusion about which of the connected sensors deviates is not possible.
Each connected sensor has to be checked depending his function.
All adjustments necessary for a difference alarm are shown in the table below.
Parameter
G*/M
G/G*
Minimum threshold
3
1
Maximum threshold
89,9
89,9
Increment
1/10
1/10
* “G” can be Gyro or GPS. A GPS is dealt as a Gyro.
In case of a reduced availability of the GPS (STD21)
a difference alarm may occur.
For reasons of a reduced availability see manual
3717, section “Principles of Operation”.
The following table shows the connectable sensors referring to their comparison
procedures.
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in the
system
Comparison
Gyro 1/
Gyro 2
The selected sensor is compared with the not selected sensor.
Gyro/
Magnet
The selected sensor is compared with the not selected sensor.
Gyro 1/
Gyro 2/
Magnetic
compass
Gyro 1 selected:
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to Gyro 2 and to Magnet.
Gyro 2 selected:
-- Comparison Gyro 2 to Gyro 1 and to Magnet.
Magnetic compass selected:
-- Comparison Magnet compass to Gyro 1 and Gyro 2.
Gyro 1/
Gyro 2/
Gyro 3
Gyro 1/
Gyro 2/
Gyro 3
Magnetic
compass
Gyro 1 selected:
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to Gyro 2 and to Gyro 3
-- Comparison Gyro 2 to Gyro 3.
and
Gyro 2 selected:
-- Comparison Gyro 2 to Gyro 1 and to Gyro 3
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to Gyro 3.
and
Gyro 3 selected:
-- Comparison Gyro 3 to Gyro 1 and to Gyro 2
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to Gyro 2.
and
Gyro 1 selected:
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to Gyro 2 and to Gyro 3
-- Comparison Gyro 2 to Gyro 3
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to Magnetic compass.
and
and
Gyro 2 selected:
-- Comparison Gyro 2 to Gyro 1 and to Gyro 3
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to Gyro 3
-- Comparison Gyro 2 to Magnetic compass.
and
and
Gyro 3 selected:
-- Comparison Gyro 3 to Gyro 1 and to Gyro 2
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to Gyro 2
-- Comparison Gyro 3 to Magnetic compass.
and
and
Magnetic compass selected:
-- Comparison Magnetic compass to Gyro 1, to Gyro 2
and to Gyro 3.
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Comparison
Gyro/GPS
The selected sensor is compared with the not selected sensor.
GPS/ Magnet
The selected sensor is compared with the not selected sensor.
Gyro 1/
GPS/Magnetic
compass
Gyro 1 selected:
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to GPS and to Magnet.
Gyro 2 selected:
-- Comparison GPS to Gyro 1 and to Magnet.
Magnetic compass selected:
-- Comparison Magnet compass to Gyro 1 and GPS.
Gyro 1/
Gyro 2/
GPS
Gyro 1 selected:
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to Gyro 2 and to GPS
-- Comparison Gyro 2 to GPS.
Gyro 2 selected:
-- Comparison Gyro 2 to Gyro 1 and to GPS
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to GPS.
GPS selected:
-- Comparison GPS to Gyro 1 and to Gyro 2
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to Gyro 2.
Gyro 1/
Gyro 2/
GPS
Magnetic compass
and
and
and
Gyro 1 selected:
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to Gyro 2 and to GPS
and
-- Comparison Gyro 2 to GPS
and
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to Magnetic compass.
Gyro 2 selected:
-- Comparison Gyro 2 to Gyro 1 and to GPS
and
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to GPS
and
-- Comparison Gyro 2 to Magnetic compass.
GPS selected:
-- Comparison GPS to Gyro 1 and to Gyro 2
and
-- Comparison Gyro 1 to Gyro 2
and
-- Comparison GPS to Magnetic compass.
Magnetic compass selected:
-- Comparison Magnetic compass to Gyro 1, to Gyro 2
and to GPS.
Gyro can be: Compass STD 22, MINS or other external non
Raytheon Anschütz heading devices.
GPS can be: Satellite compass STD 21 or other non
Raytheon Satellite compasses.
Magnetic compass can be: Raytheon Anschütz magnetic
probe or other non Raytheon Anschütz magnetic compasses
(Fluxgate).
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6.1.1
G1/G2/G3 or GPS difference alarm
This alarm is generated, if one of the gyros shows a heading value (in comparison to the
others -- if there are), which is more than the set threshold.
Only one level (threshold) for all connected gyros can be set and adjusted.
The Satellite Compass STD 21 (GPS) is handled as a Gyro.
1
Select
Sensor
& Menu
Magnet
069.0
Heading
Gyro 1
068.7
Gyro 2
067.9
Gyro 3
067.9
Menu
Dim
Up
Dim
Down
2
Set
EXIT
Figure 54: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(“Diff-Alarm” line selected)
The menu line is selected by pressing the “Select Sensor & Menu” key (Figure 54/1).
Enter the menu by pressing “Set” (Figure 54/2).
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Select
Menu
Operator Unit
Dim
Up
Magnet
069.0
Heading
Dim
Down
Diff-Alarm
Panel Setup
Service
Set
EXIT
Figure 55: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(“Diff-Alarm” line selected)
You can select “Diff--G/G:
03.0” on the “Diff-Alarm” sub-menu by pressing “Set”
(Figure 56/2) (LED Figure 56/3 flashing) and then alter it by pressing “Up”/”Down”
(Figure 56/4 and 5).
Confirm the value by pressing “Set” (LED Figure 56/3 no longer flashes).
Leave the menu by selecting “EXIT”
Select
Menu
Magnet
069.0
5
Up
Heading
Diff--G/G
03.0
Diff G/M
03.0
4
Down
3
2
Set
EXIT
“G” can be a Gyro or a GPS
Figure 56: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(”Diff--G/G 03.0” line selected)
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Panel Setup
Software version
With this sub--menu the volume of the alarm buzzer can be adjusted and the software
version of the Operation Unit is displayed.
1
Select
Sensor
& Menu
GYRO 1
069.0
Heading
Gyro 2
068.7
Gyro 3
067.9
Magnet
067.9
Menu
Dim
Up
Dim
Down
2
Set
EXIT
Figure 57: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(”Menu” selected)
The menu line is selected by pressing the “Select Sensor & Menu” key (Figure 57/1).
Enter the menu by pressing “Set” (Figure 57/2) and a sub--menu is displayed.
1
Select
Menu
GYRO 1
069.0
Heading
Diff--Alarm
Panel Setup
Dim
Up
Dim
Down
Service
2
Set
EXIT
Figure 58: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(sub--menu “Panel Setup” selected)
The sub--menu line “Panel Setup” is selected by pressing the “Select Menu” key
(Figure 58/1). Enter the sub--menu by pressing “Set” (Figure 58/2) and the function
“Panel Setup” is displayed.
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4
Select
Panel Setup
Test
Horn
Volume 1
Volume 2
Volume 3
Volume 4
Softw.--Version:
130--613P01.E001.
Set
Exit
Figure 59: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Sub--menu “Panel Setup” selected)
NOTE: The software version shown, must not be the actual version.
By operating the softkeys“Select” and “Set” the desired volume is adjusted.
Volume 1 means lowest adjustment.
By operating softkey “Test Horn” (Figure 59/4) the adjusted volume can be tested.
Information about the software version is displayed only.
With “Select” to the “Exit”--line and with “Set” this function can be closed.
PLEASE NOTE: A display without any heading information ( for example a.m. display)
will be displayed for at least appr. 10 seconds, if there are no activities.
After these 10 seconds the basic display (with a heading information)
is called up.
PLEASE NOTE: The volume has to be adjusted according to the background noise.
Under all operational conditions of the ship an alarm must
recognized clearly.
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Service Mode
This sub--menu is divided into two pages and contains:
Page 1
Page 2
Speed Source (not for DV bus application)
Auto Heading
Heading Uncorrected
DV bus
Rate of Turn
Deviation Table*
GPS Setup**
Gyro Data*
CAN--Devices
Software Versions*
Next Page
Individual SEC
Exit
Back
E11
* Depends on the development status. If a sub--menu is not displayed, it cannot be selected.
** Only if a Raytheon Satellite Compass STD 21 (GPS) is connected.
In the sub--menu “Service Mode” it is possible to adjust values and read out information
for service purpose only.
1
Select
Sensor
& Menu
GYRO 1
069.0
Heading
Gyro 2
068.7
Gyro 3
067.9
Magnet
067.9
Menu
Dim
Up
Dim
Down
2
Set
EXIT
Figure 60: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(”Menu“ selected)
Basic menu (see Figure 60) ---->select “Menu” line ----> select “Service” line.
After configuration changes the Distribution Unit and
the Operator Unit must be reset, see section 6.4.
Changes must be made for all Distribution Units and
Operator Units in a compass system.
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Service Mode Page 1
1
Select
Service (page 1)
Menu
Dim
Up
Speed Source
Heading uncorr.
Rate of Turn
GPS Setup
CAN--Devices
Next page
Dim
Down
2
Set
Exit
Figure 61: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
”Service (page 1)” menu selected
Each service function has a time--out counter of 60 seconds.
If there are no activities within this time, the display changes to a display with heading
information.
By selection of the respective menu line and with the key “Set”, the selected menu is
displayed.
By selecting the menu line “Next page” the page two of the service mode is displayed
(see section 6.3.2).
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CAN--Bus Addressees
Please note
External devices, which are connected via a serial
connections Distribution Unit are not displayed (do not
have a CAN bus address).
After changing the CAN bus address a reset procedure according to section 6.4 has to be performed.
With this sub--menu all addresses of connected devices at the CAN bus can be
displayed.
By this it is not necessary to open all devices in case of an enlargement of the system.
Inputs and/or changes are not possible with this function.
Basic menu ----> select “Menu” line ----> select “Service” line ----> select function
“CAN--Devices”.
CAN Devices Dim
Up
01 OPU
03 OPU
10 GPS
12 GY1
Dim
Down
13 GY2
20 DU
21 DU
Exit
Service Timeout in 52 s
Set
see note above
Figure 62: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Function ”CAN--Devices“)
OPU = Operator Unit
GY1 = Gyrocompass1
DU = Distribution Unit
GPS = Raytheon Satellite Compass STD21 (GPS)
GW = Gateway
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With this function all addressees within the CAN--bus system are displayed decimal.
With “Select” to the “Exit”--line and with “Set” this function can be closed.
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Heading without correction values
With this function the heading values without correction values of the gyros (as there
are speed error correction, alignment error) are displayed.
Inputs and/or changes are not possible in with this function.
Basic menu ----> select “Menu” line ----> select “Service” line ----> select function
“Heading uncorr.”.
Dim
Heading unc. Up
Gyro 1:
Gyro 2:
Gyro 3:
Magnet:
205.1
205.8
205.6
204.9
Exit
Service Timeout in 57 s
Dim
Down
Set
Figure 63: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Function ”Heading uncorr.“ )
With “Select” to the “Exit”--line and with “Set” this function can be closed.
Please note:
Values from external devices, which are
connected via a Distribution Unit are are
shown with “ -- -- --.-- ”.
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Damping of the Rate of Turn
With this function it is possible to damp the influence of the seastate to the Rate of Turn.
This Damping only acts to analogue RoT--devices which are connected at a Distribution
Unit.
All other RoT data outputs are not damped.
RoT data are displayed unfiltered; selected damp--values
only act to an analogue output (for example: the output
RoT in the Distribution Unit, type 138--118).
Basic menu ----> select “Menu” line ----> select “Service” line ----> select function “Rate of
Turn.”.
1
Select
Dim
+001.0 Up
ROT [/Min]
Gyro1:
Gyro2:
--000.3
Mag:
--007.0
Rate Gyro +004.4 Dim
Down
Damp:
0
Damp:
1
Damp:
2
Exit
2
(selected)
Set
Service Timeout in 55 s
Figure 64: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
( Function ”Rate of Turn“)
With this function the Rate of Turn of selected heading sensor is displayed.
A positive sign means a Rate of Turn to starboard, a negative sign means a rate to
portside.
The damp menu line is selected by pressing the “Select” key (Figure 64/1). Enter the
respective damp--value by pressing “Set” (Figure 64/2) and this line will be marked with
“(selected)”.
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The Rate of Turn can not be adjusted, displayed only.
The scaling of the Rate of Turn has to be carried out in the Distribution Unit
The line “Rate Gyro” displays the Rate of Turn of an external Rate of Turn sensor
connected at the Distribution Unit.
This line is not shown if there is no Rate of Turn sensor connected.
“Damp 0” means small damping.
“Damp 1” means middle damping.
“Damp 2” means strong damping.
With “Select” to the “Exit”--line and with “Set” this function can be closed.
If there is no Rate of Turn indicator connected in
the respective application, the rate of turn for
connected heading sensors is a tendency indication only.
Exception: DV--bus application shows a rate of
turn for magnetic compasses (if selected).
For more information about RoT applications,
see manual of respective Distribution Unit.
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6.3.1.4
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Speed Source
With this function the source of the speed resp. the kind of the speed, which is
necessary for the speed error correction, can be selected.
This function can not be adjusted in DV--bus operation,
because the speed sensor is not connected to the distribution unit (Display information by selecting this menu is
“Not accepted”).
The same happens if no external speed sensor is connected.
If “Individual Speed” is selected and active, below mentioned procedure to select the speed source is possible,
but they affect only in the automatic mode (”Aut Spd”).
In case of “Individual Speed”, the speed source must be
adjusted (by DIP switches) at the gyro compass itself.
Basic menu ----> select “Menu” line ----> select “Service” line ----> select function “Speed
Source.”.
Select Speed Source
Puls--Log
VHW
VTG
VBW Wtr.
VBW Gnd
Dim
Up
(selected)
(available)
(available)
(not available)
Dim
Down
(not available)
Exit
Set
Service Timeout in 55 s
Figure 65: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
( Function ”Speed Source“ selected)
Default adjustment is “Puls--Log”.
Other speed sources may be selected by the softkey “Select” (Figure 65/1) and the
softkey “Set” (Figure 65/2).
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The telegram types VTG or VBW have to be used
preferably because they transfer a more exact
speed value in relation to the others.
Meaning of abbreviations and add--on :
Puls --Log
VHW
Velocity Heading through Water
VTG
Velocity through Ground
VBW Wtr.
Velocity below Water
VBW Gnd
Velocity over Ground
available
connected but not selected
selected
connected and selected
not available
possible, but actually not connected
With “Select” to the “Exit”--line and with “Set” this function can be closed.
6.3.1.5
GPS Setup
(only for Raytheon Satellite Compass, type STD 21)
GPS
Pos.
GPS Setup
Dim
up
Software Versions
Serial Port #3
Sat.
Dim
Serial Port #4
Status
down
PU Mounting
AU Alignment
Select
Set
Figure 66: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(GPS Setup selected)
With this service menu it is possible to:
-- Display software versions of Processor Unit (GPS) and Operator Unit.
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-- Adjust the data format for the serial outputs (#3 and #4).
-- Adjust position and location of the installed Processor Unit (GPS)
(this is necessary to define the position of the built in accelerometers in the
Processor Unit (GPS).
-- Enter the difference of the Antenna Unit (AU) from the ship‘s baseline.
For detailed information, see Satellite Compass STD 21 manual (manual no. 3717).
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6.3.2
Service Mode Page 2
1
Select
Service (page 1)
Menu
Dim
Up
Speed Source
Heading uncorr.
Rate of Turn
GPS Setup
CAN--Devices
Next Page
Dim
Down
2
Set
Exit
Figure 67: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
”Service (page 1)” menu selected
With “Select Menu” to menu line “Next Page” and soft key “Set”, the second page of the
service mode is displayed (see Figure 68).
1
Select
Service (page 2)
Menu
Dim
Up
Auto Heading
DV--Bus
Deviation Table
Dim
Gyro Data
Down
Software Versions
Individual SEC
Back
2
Set
Exit
Figure 68: Controls and Indicator on the Operator Unit
”Service (page 2)” menu selected
(“Individual SEC” E11 only)
With “Back” the page 1 of service mode is displayed again.
With “Exit” the service mode can be closed.
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6.3.2.1
Operator Unit
DV--bus application
With this function it is to be adjusted, if the Distribution Unit 138--118 (see manual no.:
3647) is connected to a DV--bus and if so the respective address of the Distribution Unit
on the DV--bus is set.
The address for the Distribution Unit has never be twice in
the DV--bus application.
If there are performed adjustments or changes of adjustments
referenced to the DV--bus, then the Operator Unit must be
reset, so that the adjustments become operative
(see section 6.4.
This procedure has to be performed independent of the device
in the system -- crucial is the DV--bus application.
Basic menu ----> select “Menu” line ----> select “Service” line ----> select “DV--Bus” line.
The selection of this line “DV--bus” is only possible, if the distribution unit is equipped
with this feature. Older versions of the distribution unit do not have this feature, in this
case the line “DV--bus” is not displayed.
Select “Service” line ----> select “DV--Bus” line ----> select function “DV--Bus”.
1
Select
DV--Bus
DV--Bus: Y
Address: 014
Set Values
Yes
2
No
Exit
Service Timeout in 55 s
Figure 69: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Function “DV--Bus Yes or No” selected)
By operation of respective softkey (Figure 69/1 or 2) the DV--bus application is selected.
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Select “Service” line ----> select “DV--Bus” line ----> select function “Address”.
With this function a DV--bud address is selected.
By operating the softkeys “Up” or “Down” addresses from 001 up to 015 can be
adjusted. The address for the distribution unit has never be twice in the DV--bus
application!
1
Select
DV--Bus
DV--Bus: Y
Address: 014
Set Values
Up
2
Down
Exit
Service Timeout in 55 s
Figure 70: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Function “DV--Bus address” selected)
Select “DV--Bus” line ----> select function “Set Values”.
1
Select
DV--Bus
DV--Bus: Y
Address: 014
Up
2
Down
Set Values
Exit
Set
Service Timeout in 55 s
Figure 71: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Function “DV--Bus address” selected)
By selection of “DV--bus” line and selection of function “Set Values” the adjusted values
are set.
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6.3.2.2
Operator Unit
Auto Heading Switch--over
This function is to establish if, in case of a selected heading sensor fails an automatic
switch--over to the next heading sensor in function, takes place.
It is to select if a change--over to the next Gyro, GPS or to a Magnetic compass should
be performed.
An automatically switching--back is not possible.
A switching--back has to be performed manual (see also
section 3.1).
With “Select Menu” select the function “Auto Heading” and quit with “Set” .
Select
Menu
Service (page 2)
Auto Heading
Dim
Up
DV--Bus
Deviation Table
Gyro Data
Software Versions
Individual SEC
Dim
Down
Back
Set
Exit
Figure 72: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Function “Auto Heading” selected)
(”Individual SEC” E11 only
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Auto Heading Yes
to Gyro
to TMC
Y
N
Set Values
No
Back
Exit
Service Timeout in: 50s
Without GPS
Auto Heading Yes
to Gyro/GPS Y
to TMC
N
Set Values
No
Back
Exit
Service Timeout in: 50s
With GPS
Figure 73: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Function “Auto Heading”)
Only if a Satellite Compass STD 21 (GPS) is integrated in this application, the “GPS” is
displayed.
The following table shows the automatically switch--over from a defect but selected
sensor to the next possible sensor.
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Sensors
(basic is the selected sensor)
Gyro 1
Operator Unit
Alarm message
Switched to Gy 2
Gyro 2
Gyro 1
Switched to Mag
TMC
Gyro 1
Switched to Gy 2
Gyro 2
Switched to Mag
TMC
Gyro 1
Switched to Gy 2
Gyro 2
Switched to GPS
GPS
Switched to Mag
TMC
Gyro 1
Switched to GPS
GPS
Switched to Mag
TMC
GPS
Switched to Mag
TMC
Gyro 2
Switched to Gy 1
Gyro 1
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With selection of line “to Gyro/GPS” to Yes (Y) and confirmation with selection of line
“Set Values” it is to switch--over automatically to the next gyro in function (depending on
the CAN--bus address) if the selected gyro fails.
With selection of line “to TMC” to Yes (Y) and confirmation with selection of line
“Set Values” it is to switch--over automatically to a Magnetic compass if the selected
gyro or GPS fails.
Condition of the switch--over is, that there is either a Magnetic compass or a second
gyro a GPS connected to the compass system.
If one or both possibilities to switch--over are selected with “N”, so the respective
automatic switch--over function is not enabled and it has to be switched--over manually
at the Operator Unit.
Only if an automatic switch--over to a gyro, GPS or a Magnetic compass took place a
message like “Switched to Gy1”, “Switched to Gy2”, “Switched to Gy3”, “
Switched to GPS” or “Switched to Mag” is displayed.
There is no message in case of a manual switch--over.
NOTE: If there is no Magnetic compass connected the line “TMC.....” is not displayed.
There is no “GPS” add--on if it is not connected.
6.3.2.3
Deviation Table
With this sub--menu correction values for the deviation table are applied or amended,
see section 4.1.1.2.
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Gyro Data
With this sub--menu the essential operating data of all connected Gyros (max. three) are
displayed.
Select line “Menu” with the softkeys “Select Sensor & Menu” and ”Set”.
Select line “Service” with the softkeys “Select Menu” and “Set” in the following display.
Select “Next Page” with the softkeys “Select Menu” and “Set” in the display
“Service Mode (page1).
Select line “Gyro Data” with the softkeys “Select Menu” and “Set” in the display
“Service Mode (page2).
Select
Temperature
Gyro Supply
Gyro Current
Pump Supply
Pump Current
Sensor PCB
Power PCB
Gyro PCB
Connect. PCB
Gyro Data
Gy1/15
: 49.7
: 54.9V
: 213mA
: 22.7V
: 155mA
: OK
: OK
: OK
: OK
Gy2/16
----.--
----.--V
------mA
----.--V
------mA
-----
Set Service Timeout to 120s
Exit
Service Timeout in
Dim
Up
Dim
Down
Set
xxxs
Figure 74: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Sub menu “Gyro Data” selected)
Two Gyros connected, one with an older development status
Parameter
Meaning
Gy1/15
Gyro 1 with Can--bus address 15
Temperature
Temperature of the supporting liquid
Gyro Supply
Supply voltage of the gyrosphere
Gyro Current
Current consumption of the gyrosphere
Pump Supply
Supply voltage of the pump
Pump Current
Current consumption of the pump
Sensor PCB
OK* = no error message of the Sensor PCB
Power PCB
OK* = no error message of the Power PCB
Gyro PCB
OK* = no error message of the Outer Sphere PCB
Connect. PCB
OK* = no error message of the Connection PCB
*Failure = Error at the respective PCB
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With softkey “Select” one of the lines “Set Service Timeout to 120s” or “Exit” can be
selected.
By operating the softkey “Set” and selected line “Set Service Time out to 120s” the
internal counter is set to 120 seconds again.
The standard menu (Figure 2) is displayed, if this internal counter counts to zero.
By operating softkey “Set” and selected line “Exit”, the display “Service mode (page1) is
displayed again .
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6.3.2.5
Operator Unit
Software Versions
With this submenu the software status of all processor program--memories of PCB of the
connected Gyros (max. three) and of the Distribution unit are displayed.
Select
SW Versions
Gy1/15
110--233.P01.E10.00
110--233.P02.E10.00
110--233.P03.E10.00
110--233.P04.E10.00
Dim
Up
Gy2/16
P00.E00.00
Dim
Down
DU /20
138--118.P01.E10.00
138--118.P02.E10.00
138--118.P03.E10.00
Set Service Timeout to 120s
Exit
Service Timeout in
Set
xxxs
Note: There is no display for PCB‘s with an older development status
Figure 75: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
( Submenu “SW Versions” displayed)
One Gyro and one Distribution Unit connected.
Display
Meaning
Gy1/15
Gyro 1 with CAN--bus address 15
110--233.P01.E11.00
110--233 = Compass STD 22
P01 = Program at the Sensor PCB
P02 = Program at the Power PCB
P03 = Program for MC 1 at the Outer Sphere PCB
P04 = Program for MC 1 at the Outer Sphere PCB
E11.00 = Software version
DU /20
Distribution Unit with CAN--bus address 20
138--118.P01
138--118 = Distribution Unit
P05 = Program of the CAN--bus Processor + DV--bus
at the Interface PCB
P06 = Program of the I/O PCB Processor
P07 = Program at the I/O PCB
Gy2/16
Gyro 2 with CAN--bus address 16
P00.E00.00 older development status
Above mentioned displays and meanings are examples only.
Please note:
Software Versions are not displayed for MINS and non
external (non Raytheon) devices.
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With softkey “Select” one of the lines “Set Service Timeout to 120s” or “Exit” can be
selected.
By operating the softkey “Set” and selected line “Set Service Time out to 120s” the
internal counter is set to 120 seconds again.
The standard menu (Figure 2) is displayed, if this internal counter counts to zero.
By operating softkey “Set” and selected line “Exit”, the display “Service mode (page1) is
displayed again .
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6.3.2.6
Operator Unit
Individual Speed Error Correction (SEC) (E11)
Comments regarding Speed Error Correction
Speed error is a physical deviation from the steering heading indicated on the gyro
compass (compass heading) from the true heading (chart heading).
The speed error depends on the speed of the ship, the heading it is steering and the
latitude. A speed-error table takes these items into consideration (see Operator Manual
of the Gyro Compass STD 22) .
The ship’s acceleration also affects the gyro system. Since this is a non linear error the
speed-error table cannot take it into consideration.
The correction values are calculated within the gyro system and added or subtracted to
the compass heading.
So, in the event that the speed error correction function is activated by manually entering
speed and latitude, dynamic speed error correction will also be carried out.
This can lead to unexpected results because acceleration
is produced by a simulated speed change (as opposed to
the ship’s speed) and this can lead to inaccurate correction
values.
The result of the correction will only be correct if the manual
entries (speed/latitude) align with the current ship’s
dynamics.
Individual Speed Error Correction
This application is intended to provide gyro compasses with an own (individual) Speed
Error Correction. For this it is necessary to supply each compass with its own speed and
position (Latitude) values from different sources.
By this feature a speed or position jump leads to an appropriately adjusted heading
difference alarm at the Operator Unit.
If there is no Individual Speed Error Correction, then all gyro compasses will show the
same heading value, because the speed and position is distributed to them from one
source (Distribution Unit).
Individual Speed Error Correction is preferable for
DP system (Dynamic Positioning Systems).
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Conditions for “Individual Speed Error Correction:
All Gyro Compasses must be type 110--233 NG002
and
the Distribution Unit must be type 138--118 NG002 or NG003
and
below mentioned adjustments must be performed
and
the Operator Unit type 130--613 must have a software status
higher than E11.
Very first steps:
-- Speed and GPS position must be connected and configured at the
Gyro Compass STD 22.
-- “Individual SEC” must be set to “Y”, see Figure 76 and Figure 77.
-- Speed source must be set to “Individual Spd”, see section 3.2.
-- Latitude must be set to “Individual Lat”, see section 3.3.
There is no need to switch over Speed source to
“Individual Spd” and Latitude to “Individual Lat”.
Only one of the settings must be switched over -- the other
is switched over automatically.
After selection of “Individual SEC” to “Y” the procedure to select between
“Aut Spd”, “Man Spd” and “Individual Spd” has changed.
-- Individual speed is already selected
-- “Man Spd xx.x kts” is displayed 
-- “Man Spd xx.x kts” must be acknowledged with “SET” (after “Select Speed”)
or changed with “UP”/”DOWN” and acknowledged with “SET” 
-- “Individual Spd” is displayed and can be selected (”Select Speed”)
Summary: “Man Spd” has to be selected and acknowledged (independent the speed
value) with “SET” before “Aut Spd” is displayed and selectable at all again.
Above mentioned procedure had been performed once before it is possible to select
“Aut Spd” after each selection of “Individual SEC” with “Yes”.
The same procedure must be performed analogous for the latitude modes “Aut Lat”,
“Man Lat” and “Individual Lat”.
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After configuration changes especially depending on the Individual SEC the Distribution Unit and the Operator Unit must be reset
(see section 6.4.
Changes must be made for all Distribution Units and Operator
Units in a compass system.
Select
Menu
Service (page 2)
Auto Heading
Dim
Up
DV--Bus
Deviation Table
Gyro Data
Software Versions
Individual SEC
Dim
Down
Back
Set
Exit
Figure 76: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
(Function “Individual SEC” selected)
1
Select
Individual SEC
Yes
2
Individual Y
No
Exit
Service Timeout in 55 s
Set
Figure 77: Controls and Indicators on the Operator Unit
( Submenu “Individual SEC” displayed)
By operation of the respective soft key (Figure 77/1 or 2) the SEC function is selected.
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6.4
Power OFF--ON Procedures
Caution!
Power OFF--ON procedures and/or configuration changes
must be permormed by trained an qualified personnel only.
Below mentioned procedures are necessary after flashing a new software and/or
after a configuration of system components (configuration changes or new
devices/components).
6.4.1
Flashing new Software
Caution!
A Power OFF--ON procedure for the compass should last
not longer than 1 second. Otherwise the compass settling
procedure is performed (4 hours settling stage, Quick
settling is not possible).
After flashing a new software it is recommended to reset the respective device
by a power OFF--ON procedure, but a RESET (with respective push button if
available) is absolutely necessary.
A power OFF--ON procedure can be performed either by switching of the supply
voltage at a main supply distribution or by removing respective power cables
(there are no separate power switches -- neither at the compass nor at
distribution units or operator units).
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6.4.2
Operator Unit
Changing configuration of system components or connecting of
other/new system components
Please note:
It is not necessary to switch OFF and ON a device/component after configuration changes or after connecting other/
new system components.
Instead of a power OFF -- ON a RESET procedure can be
applied (as below mentioned).
A RESET procedure must be performed for below mentioned applications:
-------
DV--Bus is changed
Individual Speed is changed
CAN bus addressees are changed
External sensors are changed or added
Type of Distribution Unit is changed
Magnetic compass connection is changed
This RESET procedure must be performed at the connected Distribution Unit by
pressing the RESET push buttons on both PC Boards and for the Operator Unit
by switching OFF the supply voltage.
A RESET or a power OFF for the compass is not necessary.
Please note:
For this procedure it is necessary that the Distribution
Units and the Operator Unit are not switched OFF.
-- Open the frontcover of the Distribution Unit.
-- Press both RESET buttons, (located at each PC Board) if possible
simultaneously.
Button B6 at the Interface PCB and button B42 at the I/O PCB of the
Distribution Unit (see respective manual of the Distribution Unit).
-- Disconnect the Operator Unit from the terminal board L1 in the Distribution
Unit for approx. 5 seconds and connect it again.
-- Close the frontcover of the Distribution Unit and fix it with the screws.
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6.5
Switching Off the Operator Unit
The equipment is switched off when the voltage supply to the operator unit is switched
off.
Even if the equipment in question is installed as the “end device” on a CAN bus
application, the operation of the other connected devices will not be affected.
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Operator Unit maintenance and repair
The Operator Unit is maintenance-free.
If necessary wipe the display unit clean with a dry cloth.
Repair:
In case of malfunction, the Operator Unit has to be replaced complete .
Operation during a replacement can only be performed
when the CAN--bus is terminated.
It is absolute necessary that the CAN--bus is terminated
correctly on both ends.
If there is no terminator by jumpers or switches within the
respective devices, than each CAN--bus (CAN1 and CAN2)
has to be terminated by, in total 2 resistors (each 120Ohm)
from CAN--low to CAN--high
PLEASE NOTE: There are no changes respective to settings or adjustments,
while flashing a new software version.
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Installation
8.1
Assembly
The Operator Unit must be assembled with the aid of dimensional drawing
130--613 HP005 either on an angled fixing bracket or desk-flush mounted.
Make sure that the installation is resistant to sea-water.
8.2
Overview of switches, jumpers and plugs
7
8
9
10
11
6
5
4
3
2
1
Figure 78: Operator Unit, rear view (with casing removed)
1
2
Hexadecimal switch B24 (0 to F) for setting the device address
Hexadecimal switch B23 (0 to F) for setting the device address
3
Plug B1, either CAN 1 or RS422 Transmit (depending on jumper)
4
5
Plug B2, either CAN 2 or RS422 Receive (depending on jumper)
Jumper B14, CAN 2 -- RS 422 (Receive)
6
Jumper B15, CAN 2 -- RS 422 (Receive)
7
8
Jumper B13 (plugged -- CAN1 Bus terminating resistor on end device only)
Jumper B12, CAN 1 -- RS 422 (Transmit)
9
Jumper B16 (plugged -- CAN2 Bus terminating resistor on end device only)
10
11
Jumper B11, CAN 1 -- RS 422 (Transmit)
Plug B7, voltage supply (9--36 V d.c.)
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8.3
Operator Unit
Setting the device address
Use the two hexadecimal switches to set the device address for the Operator Unit. The
device address is set by the manufacturer to 01 decimal.
To change this setting is only necessary if another Operator Unit should be installed.
Below mentioned table shows the agreements depending on the device addresses
within a navigation system.
Device(s)
CAN--Bus--Address, decimal
Operator Units
01 to 09
GPS
10 to 13
Sensors
(Gyro Compass)
14 to 19
Distribution Units
20 to 29
Repeaters
30 to ...
Gateway
56 or 57
The device address can be allocated within a CAN bus
system only once!
If the Operator Unit is operated on an RS422 interface (jumper setting), the device
address has no signification.
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Hexadecimal switch B23
(switch position 1 to 9)
Hexadecimal switch B24
(switch position 0 to F)
always set to 0 for the
Operator Unit
Figure 79: Setting the device address
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8.4
Making the cable connections
8.4.1
General information about establishing on-board wiring
Operator Unit
Caution!
When establishing cable connections ensure that the
cables are disconnected from the power supply.
It is essential to ensure that all cables are disconnected
from the power supply, if necessary measure the voltage
beforehand and/or disconnect the relevant distributor.
In order to ensure that the compass operates correctly, it is essential that you follow the
procedures described below for establishing cable connections.
Cable type CAN bus and RS422 interface (manufacturer’s recommendation):
6x0.75mm2 , twisted with screening.
Cable type voltage supply Raytheon cable no. WN219--401--3.0 with connected plug or
3x0.75mm2, twisted.
-- Strip approx. 180 mm of the cable length.
Make sure you do not damage the screening.
-- Strip off the screening leaving a remaining section measuring approximately 15mm
and strip off over the outer insulation (see Figure 80).
appr.
15 mm
appr. 180 mm
Figure 80: How to strip the connection cable
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-- Connect the plug as shown in Figure 82 or Figure 83.
-- Plug the plug into the corresponding counter plug.
Figure 81: Example of a CAN1 bus -- CAN2 bus connection
(the Operator Unit is not the end device)
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Connections to the plug connections
Connection to supply voltage
Cable no.: WN219--401--3.0
Connector pin assignment:
White
+9V to 36V DC.
Brown
0V
Black
Screen
Plug B2
CAN 2
1 CAN low
2 CAN high
3 GND
Plug B1
CAN 1
1 CAN low
2 CAN high
3 GND
Plug B7
Voltage supply
1 +9 to 36V DC
2 0V
3 Casing
Pin: 1 2 3
Pin: 1 2 3
Pin: 3 2 1
B1
GND CAN1 CAN1
high low
B2
GND CAN2 CAN2
high low
CAN1 or CAN 2 connection to the plug,
Operator Unit CAN--Bus connection
with terminating resistor
Jumper B13 and Jumper B16 (see section 8.4.1.2)
Figure 82: Making the connections to the plugs for supply voltage and CAN-Bus
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OPTION (currently not used)
Pin: 1 2 3
Pin: 1 2 3
Plug B2
RS422
Receive
Plug B1
RS422
Transmit
1 RX-2 RX+
3 GND
1 TX-2 TX+
3 GND
RS422 connection
Plug B1 = Transmit
Plug B2 = Receive
RS 422 TX-RS 422 TX+
GND
RS 422 RX-RS 422 RX+
GND
Figure 83: Making the connections to the plugs for RS422 interface (TX and RX)
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8.4.1.2
Operator Unit
Plugging in the jumpers
Jumper
B15 B16
B14
B12
B13
B11
Figure 84: Plugging in the jumpers
Jumper
Pin
1--2--3
Default
Function
Default
Plug B1 -- CAN 1
B11
Plug B1 -- RS422
Default
B12
Plug B1 -- RS422
CAN bus terminating resistor plugged in -on end device only
B13
Default
B14
Plug B1 -- CAN 2
Plug B1 -- RS422
Default
B15
Plug B1 -- CAN 2
Plug B1 -- RS422
CAN bus terminating
resistor plugged in -on end device only
B16
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