operator`s manual

operator`s manual
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
MARINE RADAR
MODEL 1815
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IMPORTANT NOTICES
General
• This manual has been authored with simplified grammar, to meet the needs of international users.
• The operator of this equipment must read and follow the descriptions in this manual.
Wrong operation or maintenance can cancel the warranty or cause injury.
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see on your display. The screens you see depend on your system configuration and equipment
settings.
• Save this manual for future reference.
• Any modification of the equipment (including software) by persons not authorized by FURUNO will
cancel the warranty.
• The following concern acts as our importer in Europe, as defined in DECISION No 768/2008/EC.
- Name: FURUNO EUROPE B.V.
- Address: Ridderhaven 19B, 2984 BT Ridderkerk, The Netherlands
• All brand and product names are trademarks, registered trademarks or service marks of their
respective holders.
How to discard this product
Discard this product according to local regulations for the disposal of industrial waste. For disposal in
the USA, see the homepage of the Electronics Industries Alliance (http://www.eiae.org/) for the
correct method of disposal.
How to discard a used battery
Some FURUNO products have a battery(ies). To see if your product has a battery, see the chapter on Maintenance. Follow the instructions below if a battery is used. Tape the + and - terminals
of battery before disposal to prevent fire, heat generation caused by short circuit.
In the European Union
The crossed-out trash can symbol indicates that all types of batteries must
not be discarded in standard trash, or at a trash site. Take the used batteries to a battery collection site according to your national legislation and the
Batteries Directive 2006/66/EU.
In the USA
The Mobius loop symbol (three chasing arrows) indicates that
Ni-Cd and lead-acid rechargeable batteries must be recycled.
Take the used batteries to a battery collection site according to
local laws.
In the other countries
There are no international standards for the battery recycle symbol. The number of symbols can
increase when the other countries make their own recycle symbols in the future.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD ................................................................................................................... ix
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................... xi
1.
2.
INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1 Equipment List............................................................................................................1-1
1.2 How to Install the Equipment......................................................................................1-1
1.2.1 Display unit.....................................................................................................1-1
1.2.2 Antenna unit ...................................................................................................1-4
1.3 Wiring .........................................................................................................................1-9
1.4 Input Signal...............................................................................................................1-11
1.4.1 Talker ...........................................................................................................1-11
1.4.2 NMEA I/O sentences....................................................................................1-11
1.5 Initial Settings ...........................................................................................................1-13
1.5.1 How to select language ................................................................................1-13
1.5.2 How to select radar application ....................................................................1-15
1.5.3 Initial settings................................................................................................1-15
1.6 Optional Equipment ..................................................................................................1-18
1.6.1 External buzzer ............................................................................................1-18
OPERATION ..........................................................................................................2-1
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
2.14
2.15
2.16
2.17
2.18
2.19
2.20
Controls ......................................................................................................................2-1
How to Turn the Radar On/Off....................................................................................2-2
TX/Standby.................................................................................................................2-2
Display Indications......................................................................................................2-3
How to Adjust Display Brilliance, Panel Dimmer ........................................................2-4
Menu Description........................................................................................................2-4
Tuning.........................................................................................................................2-6
Display Modes ............................................................................................................2-7
2.8.1 How to select the display mode......................................................................2-7
2.8.2 Description of display modes .........................................................................2-8
How to Select the Range Scale................................................................................2-10
How to Adjust the Gain (sensitivity)..........................................................................2-10
How to Reduce the Sea Clutter ................................................................................2-11
How to Reduce the Rain Clutter ...............................................................................2-12
Cursor.......................................................................................................................2-13
How to Temporarily Erase the Heading Line............................................................2-14
Interference Rejector ................................................................................................2-14
Noise Rejector ..........................................................................................................2-15
How to Measure the Range to a Target ...................................................................2-15
2.17.1 How to adjust range ring brilliance ...............................................................2-15
2.17.2 How to measure the range with a VRM........................................................2-16
2.17.3 How to select VRM unit ................................................................................2-17
How to Measure the Bearing to a Target..................................................................2-17
2.18.1 How to measure the bearing with an EBL ....................................................2-17
2.18.2 EBL reference ..............................................................................................2-18
How to Measure the Range and Bearing Between Two Targets .............................2-19
Target Alarm.............................................................................................................2-20
2.20.1 How to set a target alarm zone ....................................................................2-20
2.20.2 How to stop the audio alarm.........................................................................2-21
2.20.3 How to select the alarm type ........................................................................2-21
2.20.4 How to sleep a target alarm temporarily.......................................................2-22
2.20.5 How to deactivate a target alarm..................................................................2-22
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2.21
2.22
2.23
2.24
2.25
2.26
2.27
2.28
2.29
2.30
2.31
2.32
2.33
2.34
2.35
2.36
2.37
3.
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2.38
2.39
2.20.6 How to select the target strength which triggers a target alarm ................... 2-22
2.20.7 How to turn the buzzer on/off ....................................................................... 2-22
How to Off-center the Display .................................................................................. 2-23
2.21.1 How to select the off-center mode ............................................................... 2-23
2.21.2 How to off-center the display........................................................................ 2-23
Zoom ........................................................................................................................ 2-24
2.22.1 Zoom reference............................................................................................ 2-24
2.22.2 How to zoom ................................................................................................ 2-25
Echo Stretch............................................................................................................. 2-27
Target Trails ............................................................................................................. 2-27
2.24.1 Trail time ...................................................................................................... 2-27
2.24.2 Trail mode .................................................................................................... 2-28
2.24.3 Trail gradation .............................................................................................. 2-29
2.24.4 Trail color ..................................................................................................... 2-29
2.24.5 Trail level...................................................................................................... 2-29
2.24.6 How to restart, stop the trails ....................................................................... 2-29
2.24.7 Narrow trails ................................................................................................. 2-30
2.24.8 Own ship trail ............................................................................................... 2-30
2.24.9 How to erase all trails................................................................................... 2-31
How to Program the FUNC Key ............................................................................... 2-31
Echo Average........................................................................................................... 2-32
Wiper........................................................................................................................ 2-32
Display-Curve........................................................................................................... 2-33
Own Ship and Barge Mark ....................................................................................... 2-33
2.29.1 How to show the own ship mark .................................................................. 2-33
2.29.2 How to show the barge mark ....................................................................... 2-34
Watchman ................................................................................................................ 2-35
Alert Status............................................................................................................... 2-36
Color Selections ....................................................................................................... 2-38
2.32.1 Preset colors ................................................................................................ 2-38
2.32.2 Custom colors .............................................................................................. 2-38
Echo Area ................................................................................................................ 2-39
Initial Sub Menu ....................................................................................................... 2-39
2.34.1 How to open the Initial sub menu................................................................. 2-39
2.34.2 Description of Initial sub menu ..................................................................... 2-40
Sector Blank............................................................................................................. 2-41
Other Menu Items .................................................................................................... 2-41
2.36.1 Brill/Color menu............................................................................................ 2-41
2.36.2 Display menu ............................................................................................... 2-43
2.36.3 Echo menu ................................................................................................... 2-43
2.36.4 Units menu ................................................................................................... 2-44
Navigation Data........................................................................................................ 2-45
2.37.1 Navigation data during standby.................................................................... 2-45
2.37.2 Navigation data at the bottom of the screen ................................................ 2-45
Waypoint Mark ......................................................................................................... 2-46
How to Send the Target Position and Enter the Origin Mark ................................... 2-47
HOW TO INTERPRET THE RADAR DISPLAY.....................................................3-1
3.1 General ...................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1.1 Minimum and maximum ranges ..................................................................... 3-1
3.1.2 Radar resolution............................................................................................. 3-2
3.1.3 Bearing accuracy ........................................................................................... 3-3
3.1.4 Range measurement...................................................................................... 3-3
3.2 False Echoes ............................................................................................................. 3-3
3.2.1 Multiple echoes .............................................................................................. 3-3
3.2.2 Sidelobe echoes............................................................................................. 3-4
TABLE OF CONTENTS
4.
3.2.3 Virtual image ..................................................................................................3-4
3.2.4 Shadow sector................................................................................................3-5
3.3 SART (Search and Rescue Transponder)..................................................................3-6
3.3.1 SART description ...........................................................................................3-6
3.3.2 General remarks on receiving SART..............................................................3-7
3.4 RACON.......................................................................................................................3-8
TT OPERATION..................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
5.
6.
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.12
Precautions.................................................................................................................4-1
Controls for Use with TT.............................................................................................4-1
TT Display On/Off.......................................................................................................4-2
TT Symbol Color.........................................................................................................4-2
How to Acquire and Track the Targets .......................................................................4-2
4.5.1 Manual acquisition..........................................................................................4-2
4.5.2 Automatic acquisition .....................................................................................4-3
How to Stop Tracking a TT.........................................................................................4-3
4.6.1 How to stop tracking a single target ...............................................................4-3
4.6.2 How to stop tracking all targets ......................................................................4-3
Lost Target .................................................................................................................4-4
Vector Attributes .........................................................................................................4-4
4.8.1 What is a vector?............................................................................................4-4
4.8.2 Vector time and vector reference ...................................................................4-5
4.8.3 Own ship vector..............................................................................................4-6
Past Position Display (target past position) ................................................................4-6
TT Data.......................................................................................................................4-7
CPA/TCPA Alarm .......................................................................................................4-8
Proximity Alarm ..........................................................................................................4-9
AIS OPERATION ...................................................................................................5-1
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
5.14
5.15
AIS Display On/Off .....................................................................................................5-1
AIS Symbols...............................................................................................................5-2
Activating, Sleeping Targets.......................................................................................5-3
AIS Target Data..........................................................................................................5-4
How to Sort Targets....................................................................................................5-4
Display Range ............................................................................................................5-5
How to Display the Targets within a Specific Sector ..................................................5-5
Number of Targets to Display.....................................................................................5-6
Vector Attributes .........................................................................................................5-6
5.9.1 What is a vector?............................................................................................5-6
5.9.2 Vector time and vector reference ...................................................................5-6
Past Position Display (target past position) ................................................................5-7
CPA/TCPA Alarm .......................................................................................................5-8
Proximity Alarm ..........................................................................................................5-9
Lost Target .................................................................................................................5-9
Symbol Color ............................................................................................................5-10
How to Ignore Slow Targets .....................................................................................5-10
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
Navigator Mode ..........................................................................................................6-1
Datum .........................................................................................................................6-1
WAAS Setup...............................................................................................................6-2
Satellite Monitor..........................................................................................................6-3
Self Test .....................................................................................................................6-4
Cold Start....................................................................................................................6-4
GPS OPERATION ................................................................................................. 6-1
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7.
MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING...............................................................7-1
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
Preventive Maintenance............................................................................................. 7-2
Fuse Replacement ..................................................................................................... 7-2
Magnetron Life ........................................................................................................... 7-3
Simple Troubleshooting ............................................................................................. 7-3
Advanced-level Troubleshooting................................................................................ 7-4
Self Test ..................................................................................................................... 7-5
LCD Test .................................................................................................................... 7-7
Radar Sensor Test ..................................................................................................... 7-8
APPENDIX 1 MENU TREE .......................................................................................AP-1
APPENDIX 2 GEODETIC CHART LIST ...................................................................AP-5
APPENDIX 3 DIGITAL INTERFACE.........................................................................AP-7
APPENDIX 4 JIS CABLE GUIDE ...........................................................................AP-14
APPENDIX 5 RADIO REGULATORY INFORMATION ..........................................AP-15
APPENDIX 6 ALERT LIST......................................................................................AP-17
SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................................................SP-1
PACKING LISTS.......................................................................................................... A-1
OUTLINE DRAWINGS................................................................................................. D-1
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM ................................................................................ S-1
INDEX.......................................................................................................................... IN-1
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FOREWORD
A Word to the Owner of the MODEL1815 Marine Radar
Congratulations on your choice of the FURUNO MODEL1815 Marine Radar. We are confident
you will see why the FURUNO name has become synonymous with quality and reliability.
Since 1948, FURUNO Electric Company has enjoyed an enviable reputation for innovative and
dependable marine electronics equipment. This dedication to excellence is furthered by our extensive global network of agents and dealers.
Your equipment is designed and constructed to meet the rigorous demands of the marine environment. However, no machine can perform its intended function unless properly installed and
maintained. Please carefully read and follow the operation and maintenance procedures set forth
in this manual.
We would appreciate feedback from you, the end-user, about whether we are achieving our purposes.
Thank you for considering and purchasing FURUNO equipment.
Features
The main features are as shown below.
• The radar is operated with keys, knobs and a Cursorpad.
• Easy-to-view 8.4 inch LCD.
• Echo area display with full screen provides observation of a wider range around the vessel.
• User-programmable function key
• AIS data available with connection of FURUNO AIS Transponder/Receiver.
Program No.
Display unit: 0359375-01.**
Antenna unit: 0359364-01.**
**=Minor modification
CE declaration
With regards to CE declarations, please refer to our website (www.furuno.com) for further information about RoHS conformity declarations.
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FOREWORD
Radar function availability
The Model 1815 is available in two types, [River] (river use) and [Sea] (sea use). Some functions
may not available depending on the type selected See the table below for item and availability.
Type and function availability
Item
Automatic menu closure
Effective radius dot
count
Echo color
Echo color customizing
Echo area
Text display
Range preset
Unit defaults
1) range 2) speed
Bearing scale
VRM unit
Range unit
AIS symbol color
Vector reference
TT number
Heading line erasure
Type
River
Sea
Menu closes automatically when no operation is
detected after 10 seconds.)
240 dots
Select the echo display color, among yellow,
green, orange, and multi-color
Can customize the echo display color.
Paragraph, section
reference
paragraph 2.36.1
paragraph 2.36.1
Select the display area from [Normal] or [Full
paragraph 2.36.3
Screen].
Can show or hide the base text indications.
paragraph 2.36.2
Select the radar ranges to use.
paragraph 2.34.2
1) KM
1) NM
paragraph 2.36.4
2) km/h, m/s
2) kn
Graduation every 1°, 5°, 10°, 30°, no numeric indication, displayed in the effective radius
Can set the VRM unit independently from the
paragraph 2.17.3
range unit.
Can change the unit of range measurement.
paragraph 2.36.4
Select the AIS symbol color from [Green], [Red], section 5.14
[Blue], [White] or [Black].
Select the display mode for the vector from [Rel- section 4.8
ative] or [True].
Empty numbers numbered in ascending order
Heading line, EBL, VRM, guard zone, etc. tem- section 2.14
porarily erased.
Note on Chinese font: The Chinese font (GB 18030) used in this equipment is DynaComware
Corporation’s bitmap font.
Conventions used in this manual
• Keys and controls are shown in boldface type. For example, the MODE key.
• Menu names and menu items are put in brackets. For example, the [Echo] menu.
or
symbol on the Cursorpad. For
• To select a menu, menu item or option, you press the
the sake of brevity, we substitute “select” when it is necessary to use those symbols on the Cursorpad. For example, “Push
or
on the Cursorpad to select [Echo Stretch]”...is written in
the manual as “Select [Echo Stretch]”...
CE declaration
With regards to CE declarations, please refer to our website (www.furuno.com) for further information about RoHS conformity declarations.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Basic configuration is shown below with solid line.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
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1.
INSTALLATION
1.1
Equipment List
Standard supply
Name
Display Unit
Antenna Unit
Installation
Materials
Spare Parts
Type
RDP-157
RSB-127-120
CP03-35701
CO03-37501
CP03-37600
CP03-37610
CP03-37620
SP03-17901
Code No.
—
—
001-351-480
001-464-940
000-033-122
000-033-123
000-033-124
001-351-470
Accessories
Template
FP03-12501
E32-01304-B
001-464-950
000-178-948-11
Optional supply
Qty
1
1
Select
one
1
1
1
Remarks
For antenna unit
For display unit
10 m cable
15 m cable
20 m cable
Fuse for display unit
(FRU-2P5S-FU-5A-B, Code No.
000-168-869-10)
For display unit
For antenna unit
Name
Antenna Unit
Radome Mounting Bracket
Type
RSB-127-120
OP03-209
Code No.
—
001-078-350
Qty
1
1
External Buzzer
NMEA Data Converter
Junction Box
Cable Assy.
Flush Mount Kit
OP03-21
IF-NMEA2K2
FI-5002
FRU-CF-FF-30M
OP03-242
000-030-097
000-020-510
000-010-765
001-464-270
001-464-280
1
1
1
1
1
1.2
How to Install the Equipment
1.2.1
Display unit
Remarks
For fixing antenna
to mast
30 m cable
CAUTION
Do not use paint, anti-corrosion products, contact spray or
other items containing organic solvents on the equipment.
Organic solvents can harm paint and plastic, particularly the connectors.
The display unit can be installed on a desktop or flush mounted in a console. Do not
install the unit on the overhead or a bulkhead. Select a suitable location for the unit
considering the following points:
1-1
1. INSTALLATION
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Select a location where the controls can be easily operated.
Locate the unit away from the direct wind from air conditioners.
The temperature range in the mounting location should be -15°C(5°F to 55°C(131°F).
Locate the unit away from devices that emit active gas.
The mounting location must be well ventilated.
Select a location where vibration and shock are minimal.
A magnetic compass will be affected if the display unit is placed too close to the compass. Observe the compass safe distances in the safety instructions to prevent interference to the compass.
• Locate the unit away from direct sunlight to prevent heat build up inside the cabinet
and condensation in the display.
• Keep the unit away from water and water splash. (The unit complies with waterproofing
specification IP5.)
Desktop mount
Fasten the unit to the mounting location as shown below. For mounting dimensions,
see the outline drawing at the back of this manual.
1. Fix the hanger assembly to a desktop with four self-tapping screws ( 5 25, supplied). Be sure to follow the recommended maintenance space show in the outline
drawing. Insufficient space may damage the connectors when disconnecting and
reconnecting them.
2. Loosely screw the knob into the hanger assembly.
3. Set the channel in the display unit to the hanger assembly.
4. Adjust the angle of the display unit for comfortable viewing angle.
Note: Do not tilt the unit 90-degree backward or forward. The cable connector
may be damaged if it contacts the bracket.
5. Tighten the knob.
6. Attach the hard cover to the display unit to protect the unit when it is not in use.
1-2
1. INSTALLATION
Flush mount (in a console)
The flush mount kit (option) is required to mount the unit in a console. Select a flat
mounting location, and install the unit as shown below.
Note: It is recommended to set up a dedicated breaker when flush mounting the unit,
since it will be difficult to disconnect cables after the unit is installed.
1. Using the paper template (supplied), make a cutout in the mounting location.
2. Unfasten four washer head screws on the rear of the display unit to remove the
bracket cover and the cover sponge.
3. Set the flush mounting sponge (supplied) to the display unit.
4. Screw four threaded rods (supplied) to the display unit.
5. Set the display unit to the cutout.
6. Fasten the display unit from behind with four sets of flat washers, spring washers
and wing nuts (supplied).
1-3
1. INSTALLATION
1.2.2
Antenna unit
Select a mounting location for the antenna unit considering the following points.
• Install the unit on a common mast, radar mast, etc.
• Install the antenna unit on a solid location, for example radar arch or on a mast on
a platform. (For sailboats, a mounting bracket is optionally available.) You must put
the antenna unit where there is a good complete view. Make sure that no part of the
superstructure is within the scanning beam. Any obstruction causes shadow sectors. For example, a mast with a diameter smaller than the horizontal beam width
causes only a small blind sector. A horizontal spreader or crosstrees in the same
horizontal plane creates a large obstruction. Install the antenna unit above a horizontal spreader or crosstrees.
• To avoid electrical interference, do not run the antenna cable near other electrical
equipment. Also do not run the cable in parallel to power cables.
• Do not install the unit where its motor noise may affect crew or passengers.
• As much as possible install the unit on the ship’s centerline, to prevent misplacement of echoes (wrong bearing) on the display.
• Make sure the mounting location does not allow water to accumulate at the mounting platform.
• A magnetic compass will be affected if the display unit is placed too close to the
compass. Observe the compass safe distances in the safety instructions to prevent
interference to the compass.
• Do not paint the radome.
• Be sure to follow the recommended maintenance space shown in the outline drawing at the back of this manual.
• If the unit is installed on a large vessel observe the following points.
• The antenna cable comes in lengths of 10, 15 and 20 m (30 m optionally available). Consider the length of the cable when selecting a mounting location.
• Keep the unit away from smoke and exhaust stacks. Hot air affects antenna performance. Hot air can also damage the unit. The temperature at the mounting location should not exceed 55°C(131°F).
1-4
1. INSTALLATION
Tools and materials for mounting
Name
Electric drill
Hexagonal wrench
Silicon sealant
Usage
Drill holes for mounting. Drill bit: 11 mm
Fastening bolts: Diagonal: 6 mm
For coating exposed parts of bolts
How to mount the antenna unit
Note: The outer diameter of the small flat washer is the same size as the bolt hole.
If the radome is put upside down with only the small flat washer and hex bolt in
place, the hex bolt and flat washer may protrude into the radome and damage the
RT unit. For this reason, DO NOT put the radome upside down when carrying the
radome.
1-5
1. INSTALLATION
1. From the bottom of the radome, remove spring washers (M10), flat washers
(M10) and hex head bolts (M10 **).
**: The length of the hex head bolt depends on the thickness of the platform.
See the table below for platform thickness and bolt to use.
2. Use the mounting template (supplied) to mark the location of fixing holes in the
mounting platform. Be sure to drill the holes parallel with the bow.
3. Lay the antenna unit on the mounting platform with the bow mark(
tenna unit facing the bow.
) on the an-
4. Use hex bolts*, flat washers and spring washers (removed at step 1) to fasten
the radar sensor to the platform. The torque for the bolts must be 19.6 to 24.5
Nm. Apply marine sealant (local supply) to hex bolt, flat washer and spring
washer as shown below.
*See the figure below to determine the bolt length to use.
Platform thickness
5 mm or less
6 to 10 mm
More than 10 mm
Bolt size to use
M10 20
M10 25
Local supply
5. Connect the power cable to the antenna unit. The pin arrangement is as shown
below.
1-6
1. INSTALLATION
How to connect the cable assy. to the antenna unit
Observe the following guidelines for connecting the cable assy. to the antenna unit.
• The connectors must not strike any part of the vessel by wind, etc.
• The load applied to the connectors must not be more than their own weight.
• If the cable is passed through a mast on a sailboat, be sure the cable does not
touch ropes (sheet, halyard, etc.).
• Do not fasten the cable to the hull.
1. The cable must be fixed so no tension is applied to the connectors. To prevent
tension, make a loop in the cable close to the sensor and tie the loop with cable
ties, as in the figure below.
2. Wrap the junction of the connectors and the connectors with self vulcanizing
tape for waterproofing.
3. Using a cable tie, fasten the cable to the mast, etc. at the neck of each connector.
How to use the radome mounting bracket (option)
The optional radome mount lets you fasten the radar sensor to a mast on a sailboat.
Name, Type: Radome Mount (2), OP03-209
Code No.: 001-078-350
Name
Mounting plate
Support plate (1)
Support plate (2)
Bracket (1)
Bracket (2)
Fixing plate
Hex bolt w/washer
Hex bolt w/washer
Type
03-018-9001-0
03-018-9005-0
03-018-9006-0
03-028-9101-1
03-028-9102-2
03-028-9103-1
M8 20 SUS304
M4 12 SUS304
Code No.
100-206-740-10
100-206-780-10
100-206-790-10
100-206-812-10
100-206-822-10
100-206-832-10
000-162-955-10
000-162-956-10
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
2
10
4
1-7
1. INSTALLATION
How to assemble the bracket:
1. Fasten the fixing plates to the brackets (1) and (2) with four M4 12 hex bolts.
2. Fit brackets (1) and (2) loosely with support plates (1) and (2) using four M4 12
hex bolts, so that the gap between the brackets can be adjusted.
3. Place the mounting plate on the brackets and fix the plate loosely with four
M8 20 hex bolts.
How to fasten the bracket to the mast:
1. Drill eight holes of 6.5 mm into the mast. Fasten the bracket to the mast with
eight stainless steel rivets (local supply) whose diameter is 6.4 mm.
2. Tighten the bolts on the bracket.
3. Fasten the antenna unit to the bracket with bolts (M10 25).
1-8
1.3
Wiring
1. INSTALLATION
Use the supplied cable FRU-CF-F01 to connect a satellite compass, heading sensor,
GPS navigator, external buzzer, and power supply to the 12-24 VDC/NMEA connector.
Connect the antenna cable (FU-CF-FF-xxM (10m/15m/20m, 30 m optionally available) to the antenna port. See the interconnection diagram at the back of this manual
for details. Leave slack in the cable to ease maintenance.
Note 1: The display unit comes with connector caps. Use the caps to cover the connectors whenever the display unit is removed from the boat.
Note 2: Cut unused wires and wrap them with vinyl tape to keep them from touching
one another.
Note 3: Use care when disconnecting cables to prevent damage to their connectors.
Note 4: When an NMEA equipment uses ±12 V supplied from this equipment, do not
connect the cable earth of the signal line of that equipment (for example, satellite compass) to 12 V-P(+)/12 V_M(-).
Note 5: Do not shorten the supplied cable.
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1. INSTALLATION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Connector
DC-P-IN(+)
DC-M-IN(-)
TD1-A
TD1-B
RD1-H
RD1-C
TD2-A
TD2-B
RD2-H
RD2-C
RD3-H
RD3-C
12V-P(+)
12V-M(-)
EXT-BUZZ-EN
SHIELD
Color
RED
BLK
GRN/BLK(1)
GRN/RED(1)
GRY/BLK(1)
GRY/RED(1)
GRN/BLK(2)
GRN/RED(2)
GRY/BLK(2)
GRY/RED(2)
GRY/BLK(3)
GRY/RED(3)
BRN
ORG
WHT
BLK
Ground
Remarks
Power input, 12-24 VDC
IEC61162-2/NMEA1
IEC61162-2/NMEA2
IEC61162-2/NMEA3
Power output, 12-24 VDC
External buzzer
Drain wire, (Connect to ground terminal of ship’s switchboard.)
CAUTION
Do not fail to ground the display unit.
If the ground is poor or there is no ground, the
radar and other equipment may pick up interference.
Grounding guidelines:
• The ground wire (local supply) should be 2sq or higher.
• The length of the ground wire should be as short as possible.
• For an FRP vessel, fasten a 20 cm 30 cm earthing plate to the outside of the boat’s
hull and attach the ground wire to a bolt on the plate.
• Attach a closed-end lug (
(
).
) to the ground wire. Do not use an open-end lug
• External equipment whose signal line is connected to ground cannot be directly
connected to this equipment if the positive polarity of the vessel’s DC power is connected to ground.
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1. INSTALLATION
How to connect the display unit to the power supply
Connect the cable assy. to the power supply (24 VDC).
• Red cable: Connect to the positive (+) terminal. The fuse holder is attached to this
wire.
• Black cable: Connect to the negative (-) terminal.
• Black cable: Shield wire. Connect to ground.
Note: This equipment cannot be used with a power supply greater than 24 VDC.
1.4
Input Signal
1.4.1
Talker
1.4.2
NMEA I/O sentences
This radar accepts signals in NMEA format. Three NMEA ports are provided, and sentence handling is common to all ports.
Every device that sends data has an identification code at the head of the data. The
device that receives the data is for identifying the device that sent the data, and this
code is called the “talker”. This equipment has the talkers GN, GP, GL, GA, and RA.
NMEA1/NMEA2
• Talker: Any
• Baud rate: 4800/38400
• NMEA 0183 (IEC 61162-2
Sentence
ALR
BWC
BWR
DBT
DPT
DTM
GGA
GLL
Description
Set alarm state
Bearing and distance to waypoint-Great Circle
Bearing and distance to waypoint - Rhumb Line
Depth Below Transducer
Depth
Data Reference
Global Positioning System Fix Data
Geographic Position
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1. INSTALLATION
Sentence
GNS
GSA
GSV
HDG
HDM
HDT
MTW
MWV
RMB
RMC
THS
TTM
VDM
VHW
VTG
VWR
VWT
XTE
ZDA
ALR
BWC
BWR
DBT
DPT
NMEA3 (HDG)
Sentence
HDG
HDM
HDT
THS
VHW
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Description
GNSS Fix Data
GNSS DOP and Active Satellites
GNSS Satellites in View
Heading, Deviation & Variation
Heading, Magnetic
Heading True
Water Temperature
Wind Speed and Angle
Recommended Minimum Specific Navigation Information
Recommended Minimum Specific GNSS Data
True Heading and Status
Tracked Target Message
AIS VHF Data-link Message
Water Speed and Heading
Course Over Ground & Ground Speed
Wind relative Bearing and Velocity
True Wind Speed and Angle
Cross-Track Error, Measured?
Time & Date
Set alarm state
Bearing and distance to waypoint - Great Circle
Bearing and distance to waypoint - Rhumb Line
Depth Below Transducer
Depth
Description
Heading, Deviation & Variation
Heading, Magnetic
Heading True
True Heading and Status
Water Speed and Heading
1. INSTALLATION
1.5
Initial Settings
1.5.1
How to select language
Language selection at initial start up
At the first power on after installation or whenever the memory is cleared, the language selection screen appears. Select your language as shown below. The default
language is English.
1. Press the (
) key on the display unit to turn on the power. The splash screen
appears followed by the language selection screen.
2. Operate the Cursorpad (
the ENTER key.
3. Push
or
) to select the language of your choice then press
on the Cursorpad to select [Yes] then press the ENTER key.
4. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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1. INSTALLATION
Language selection from the menu
1. Press the (
) key on the display unit to turn on the power.
2. Press the MENU/ESC key to show the menu.
3. Do the following to access the [Factory] menu.
1) Select [Factory], then press the ENTER key.
2) While holding and pressing the MENU/ESC key, press the ALARM key five
times, press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Language], then press the ENTER key.
5. Select your language, then press the ENTER key.
6. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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1. INSTALLATION
1.5.2
How to select radar application
The radar application setting automatically changes the unit of range measurement
and other settings.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to show the menu.
2. Do the following to access the [Factory] menu.
1) Select [Factory], then press the ENTER key.
2) While holding and pressing the MENU/ESC key, press the ALARM key five
times then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Usage], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [River] or [Sea] as appropriate, then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
1.5.3
Initial settings
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to show the menu.
2. Select [Installation], then press the ENTER key.
3. While holding and pressing the ENTER key, press the ALARM key five times to
unlock the [Installation] menu.
4. Select the item to set, then press the ENTER key.
5. Select the option required, then press the ENTER key.
6. After setting all items, press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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1. INSTALLATION
Item description
• [Simulation]: Normally, set to [Off.] To view the demonstration picture, select [On].
• [Antenna Rotation]: Select [Rotate] to rotate the antenna and transmit radar pulses. The [Stop] setting, which transmits radar pulses without rotating the antenna, is
for use by the service technician.
• [Heading Alignment]: You have installed the antenna unit so that the unit faces toward the bow. A target at the front of the boat and aligned with the bow must appear
on the heading line (zero degrees). If the target does not appear on the heading line,
do the procedure shown below to adjust the heading.
1. Set ship heading toward an acceptable target (for example, ship at anchor or
buoy) at a range between 0.125 and 0.25 nautical mile.
2. Transmit the radar at the range of 0.25 nautical mile and measure the bearing
of that target relative to ship heading with an EBL.
3. Open the [Installation] menu and select [Heading Adjust].
4. Press the ENTER key to show the heading adjustment window.
5. Press
or
to set the value measured at the above step 2. Check that the
target appears on the heading line.
6. Press the ENTER key to finish.
• [Sweep Timing]: This adjustment gives correct radar performance on short ranges.
The radar measures the time required for a transmitted echo to go to the target and
return to the source. The received echo appears on the display according to the
measured time. The sweep must start from the center of the display.A trigger pulse
created in the display unit goes to the antenna unit through the signal cable to activate the transmitter (magnetron). The time taken by the signal to move to the antenna unit changes, according to the length of the signal cable. During this period, the
display unit must wait before the radar starts the sweep. When the display unit is
not adjusted correctly, the echoes from a straight object will not appear as a straight
line. The target appears "pushed" or "pulled" near the picture center. The range to
objects are shown at wrong distances.
1. Transmit on the shortest range, then adjust the gain and the A/C SEA.
2. Visibly select a target that creates a straight line (harbor wall, straight piers).
3. Open the [Installation] menu and select [Timing Adjust].
4. Press the ENTER key to show the timing adjustment window.
5. Press or to make straight the target selected at step 2, then press the ENTER key to finish.
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1. INSTALLATION
• [Main Bang Suppression]: Reduce the main bang (black hole at center of screen),
which appears at the display center on short ranges, as follows.
1. Open the [Installation] menu and select [MBS Adjust].
2. Press the ENTER key to show the MBS adjustment window.
3. Press
or
on the Cursorpad so that the main bang is reduced.
4. Press the ENTER key to finish.
• How to automatically set the equipment: The tuning, timing, and video can be automatically adjusted as follows.
Note: Before doing this procedure, transmit the radar more than 10 minutes on a
long range and check that [Sector Blank] is [Off].
1. Transmit on the maximum range.
2. Open the [Installation] menu and select [Auto Initial Setup], then press the ENTER key.
3. Press
on the Cursorpad to select [Yes], then press the ENTER key.
The tuning adjustment begins automatically, and the message "Tuning adjusting"
appears during tuning adjustment. After the tuning adjustment is completed, the timing and video are adjusted in that order, showing appropriate status messages. After all adjustments are completed, the window disappears. If the result for any item
is not best for your conditions, manually adjust the item according to the procedure
in this section.
• [Total On Time]: You can set the total on time as shown below.
1. Open the [Installation] menu and select [Total On Time].
2. Press the ENTER key.
3. Press
or
999999.9 H.
on the Cursorpad to set value. The range is 000000.H to
4. Press the ENTER key to finish.
• [Total TX Time]: You can set the total TX time as shown below.
1. Open the [Installation] menu and select [Total TX Time].
2. Press the ENTER key.
3. Press
or
999999.9 H.
on the Cursorpad to set value. The range is 000000.H to
4. Press the ENTER key to finish.
• [Memory Clear]: The memory clear feature restores all settings to default, including
the default settings for the antenna connected to LAN.
1. Open the [Installation] menu and select [Memory Clear].
2. Press the ENTER key.
3. Press
or
on the Cursorpad to select [Yes], then press the ENTER key.
4. Press the ENTER key to finish.
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1. INSTALLATION
1.6
Optional Equipment
1.6.1
External buzzer
The external buzzer alerts you to violation of the guard zone in a remote location. Connect the buzzer to the display unit as shown below, using the external buzzer installation kit.
External Buzzer Installation Kit
Type: OP03-31, Code No.: 000-030-097
1
2
3
4
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Name
Buzzer
Cable Tie
Heat Shrink Tube
Double-sided Tape
Type
PKB42SWH2940
CV-70N
3 0.25 BLK
25 25 T0.91MM
Code No.
000-153-221-10
000-162-185-10
—
000-173-188-10
Qty
1
5
1
1
Remarks
Connector at both ends
25 m 25 mm
As shown in the illustration below, cut the connector from the end of the cables. Fabricate the cables as shown, then connect the cables to the terminal board (local supply).
2.
OPERATION
2.1
Controls
Display unit
The display unit has six keys, two knob controls and a Cursorpad that control the radar. When you correctly do an operation, the unit beeps one time. If the operation is
incorrect, the unit beeps three times.
Control
MENU/ESC
Cursorpad
ENTER
MODE
ALARM
FUNC
RANGE
(PUSH FOR
GAIN)
DATA BOX
Description
• Open/close the menu.
• Cancel selection (setting).
• Select menu items and options.
• Move the cursor.
• Save selected menu option.
• Acquire target to track its movement.
• Select TT or AIS target to display its data.
Show the [Mode] window to access various functions.
Set the target alarm, which checks for targets in the
area you select.
Do the function assigned to this key.
Rotate: Select the detection range.
Push: Set, gain, and adjust rain clutter and sea clutter.
Select the data box to display (at the bottom of the
screen).
Short push:
• Turn on the power.
• Adjust the brilliance of the display and the control
panel.
• Switch the radar between standby and TX.
Long push: Turn off the power.
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2. OPERATION
2.2
How to Turn the Radar On/Off
Press the
key to turn on the radar. To turn off the radar, press and hold down
the key until the screen turns off.
When you turn on the power, the initialization screen appears followed by the splash
screen. The ROM and RAM are tested and if those are normal, the standby screen
appears approx. 5 sec. later, and the time remaining for magnetron warm-up (approx.
90 seconds) is counted down on the screen. If NG appears as the result of the ROM
and RAM test, contact your dealer for instruction.
2.3
TX/Standby
After the magnetron has warmed, the indication [ST-BY] appears at the screen center.
The radar is now ready to transmit radar pulses. The standby screen is available in
two types, normal and nav (navigation data). See section 2.37.
To switch between TX and standby, push the
dow.
key to show the [Brill/Panel] win-
The cursor is selecting [TX/STBY]. Press the ENTER key to transmit the radar pulses
and put the radar in standby alternately. The antenna rotates in transmit and is
stopped in standby. Because the magnetron ages with use, set the radar in stand-by
when you are not using the radar, to extend the life of the magnetron.
Note: Power is supplied to the antenna unit even when the power is shut off at the
display unit. If the radar is not to be used for an extended period, shut off the radar
from the breaker.
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2.4
Display Indications
2. OPERATION
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2. OPERATION
2.5
How to Adjust Display Brilliance, Panel Dimmer
You can adjust the display brilliance and panel dimmer as follows:
1. Press the
key to show the [Brill/Panel] window.
2. Use the Cursorpad to select [Brill] or [Panel] as required.
3. Use the Cursorpad to adjust. (For brilliance, you can also use the
4. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the window.
2.6
Menu Description
This MODEL 1815 series has 14 menus and 7 sub menus. Below is the basic procedure for menu operation.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
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key.)
2. OPERATION
2. Select a menu or a sub menu. The cursor (yellow) in the Menu column highlights
the menu currently selected. The menu items in the right window change according to the menu selected.
Menu description
[Brill/Color]: Adjust the brilliance and color.
[Display]: Set up the display-related features.
[Echo]: Adjust the echo features.
[Alert Settings]: Customize the user settings.
[Trails]: Process trails of the radar targets.
[Tuning]: Adjust the radar tuning.
[Others]: Set up other items.
[Target]: Set up the targets configuration.
[OS/Barge Mark]: Set up the own ship mark and barge mark.
[TT]: Set up the TT (Target Tracking).
[AIS]: Set up the AIS.
[GPS]: Set up GP-320B (Black-Box GPS).
[System]:
- [Initial]: Initial settings.
- [Tests]: System diagnostic and LCD test.
- [Sector Blanks]: Prevent the transmission in a certain area.
- [Units]: Set up units of measurement.
- [TT]: Set up TT system. For the installer. Do not change the settings.
- [Installation] and [Factory]: For installation.
3. Press the ENTER key to switch the control to the menu items column. The cursor
in the menu column now turns gray and the cursor in the menu items column is
yellow.
To switch control from the menu items column to the menu column, use the
MENU/ESC key. The color of the title bar of the active column is blue and the inactive column is gray.
4. Select a menu item, then press the ENTER key. A window with options for the related menu item appears.
5. Use
or
on the Cursorpad to select an option or set a numeric value.
6. Press the ENTER key to save your selection. To close the window without saving,
press the MENU/ESC key.
7. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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2. OPERATION
2.7
Tuning
In default, the radar receiver can be tuned automatically after turning the radar to TX.
If you require fine tuning in manual, do the following:
1. Set the radar in transmit state, then select the maximum range with the RANGE
knob.
2. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
3. Select [Tuning], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Tuning Mode], then press the ENTER key.
5. Select [Manual], then press the ENTER key.
6. Select [Manual Tuning], then press the ENTER key to show the
manual tuning setting window.
7. Use the Cursorpad to adjust the tuning
while you look at the tuning bar at the
upper-right corner of the display. The
best tuning point is where the tuning
bar moves to maximum value. The vertical bar on the tuning bar shows the tuning
voltage.
8. Press the ENTER key.
9. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
Note: If the automatic tuning does not give the correct tuning, run the [Tuning Initialization] again.
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2.8
Display Modes
2. OPERATION
This radar has the display modes shown below. All modes except head up require a
heading signal. The true motion mode additionally requires position data.
Relative Motion (RM) displays
• [Head Up] ([H UP]): Heading is at the top of the screen.
• [Course Up] ([C UP]): The heading line positions to the course bearing at the moment the course up mode is selected. The bearing scale rotates accordingly.
• [North Up] ([N UP]): North is the reference direction; bearing scale is fixed.
• [True View]: Ship’s bow is at the top of the screen. The picture is redrawn in real
time.
True Motion (TM) displays
• [True Motion] (TM)
2.8.1
How to select the display mode
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Display], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Display Mode], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select a display mode, then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
Note 1: The display mode is automatically switched to head up if the heading signal
becomes lost.
Note 2: All modes except head up require a heading signal in AD-10 format or NMEA
format. If the heading signal is lost, the mode is changed to head up and the north
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2. OPERATION
mark disappears. The display for heading is XXX.X and the alarm sounds. The message "GYRO" (AD-10 format data) or "NMEA_HDG" (NMEA format data) appears in
the alarm message display. To stop the audio alarm, press any key. When the heading
signal is restored, check the heading. The numeric value is displayed at the heading
indication when the heading signal is restored.
2.8.2
Description of display modes
Head up mode
A display without azimuth stabilization in
which the line that connects the center with
the top of the display indicates your heading.
Targets are shown at their measured distances and their directions relative to your
heading. The short dotted line on the bearing
scale is the north mark.
Course up mode
The radar picture is stabilized and displayed
with the currently selected course at the top
of the screen. When you change the heading, the heading line moves with the course
selected. If you select a new course, select
the course up mode again to display the new
course at the top of the display.
Targets are shown at their measured distances and their directions relative to the set
course, which is at the 0-degree position.
The heading line moves according to the yawing and any course change.
North up mode
Targets are shown at their measured distances and their true (compass) directions
from your ship. North is at the top of the
screen. The heading line changes its direction according to your heading.
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2. OPERATION
True motion mode
Your ship and other objects in motion move
with their true courses and speed. All fixed targets, like landmasses, appear as fixed echoes
in ground stabilized TM.
When your ship reaches a point that is 75% of
the radius of the display, the position is reset.
The ship appears at 75% radius opposite to the
extension of the heading line on the display
center. You can manually reset your ship symbol with the off-center feature.
True view mode
The echoes move in real time depending on the change of the heading of your ship.
Heading line is at the top of the screen. When the heading signal is lost, this function
is not available and the display mode automatically changes to the head up mode. The
[Wiper] is not available in this mode.
Note: The wiper feature is inoperative when the true view mode is in use.
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2. OPERATION
2.9
How to Select the Range Scale
The selected range scale, range ring interval and pulse length are shown at the top
left corner on the screen. When an objective target comes closer, reduce the range
scale so that a target appears in 50-90% of the display radius.
Rotate the RANGE knob to select range, clockwise to increase the range, or counterclockwise to decrease the range.
2.10
How to Adjust the Gain (sensitivity)
The gain control adjusts the sensitivity of the receiver for the best reception. The gain
can be adjusted automatically or manually.
1. Push the RANGE knob to show the [GAIN/SEA/RAIN] window. (This window closes if there is no operation within 10 seconds.)
2. The cursor is selecting [GAIN]. Press the ENTER key to show [GAIN AUTO] or
[GAIN MAN] as required. For manual adjustment, see the section below.
3. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the window.
Manual adjustment of gain
1. Rotate the RANGE knob (or use or on the Cursorpad) to adjust the gain so
that weak noise appears on all of the screen. If the gain is too low, weak echoes
are erased. If the gain is too high, the background noise hides weak targets.
2. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the window.
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2.11
How to Reduce the Sea Clutter
2. OPERATION
The reflected echoes from the waves appear around your ship and have the name
"sea clutter". The sea clutter extends according to the height of waves and antenna
above the water. When the sea clutter hides the targets, use the sea clutter function
to reduce the clutter, either manually or automatically.
How to select the sea clutter adjustment method
1. Press the RANGE knob to show the [GAIN/SEA/RAIN] window. (This window
closes if there is no operation within 10 seconds.)
2. Select [SEA]. Press the ENTER key to show [SEA AUTO] or [SEA MAN] as required. For manual adjustment, see the section below.
3. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the window.
Manual adjustment of sea clutter
1. Rotate the RANGE knob (or use or on the Cursorpad) to adjust the sea clutter.
Note: When the sea clutter is properly adjusted, the clutter is broken into small
dots, and small targets become identified. If the setting is not enough, targets are
hidden in the clutter. If the setting is higher than necessary, both sea clutter and
targets disappear from the display. Normally adjust the knob until the clutter has
disappeared to leeward, but a small amount of the clutter is visible windward.
2. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the window.
How to select the automatic sea clutter adjustment method
The automatic sea clutter adjustment is available in two types for optimal automatic
adjustment according to the situation. Select the required method as shown below.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Echo], then press the ENTER key.
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2. OPERATION
3. Select [Auto SEA], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Coastal] or [Advanced] then press the ENTER key. The
window for GAIN/SEA/RAIN indicator appears for confirmation.
[Advanced]: Discriminate land echoes from sea reflections to
suppress only sea reflections. The degree of sea clutter reduction is smaller than
[Coastal]. Use this mode for general use.
[Coastal]: Suppress both land and sea clutter. Useful when cruising along a
coastline.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the window.
6. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
2.12
How to Reduce the Rain Clutter
The reflections from the rain or snow appear on the screen. These reflections have the
name "rain clutter". When the rain clutter is strong, targets in the rain clutter are hidden
in the clutter. Reflections from the rain clutter are easily identified from true targets by
their wool-like appearance.
The rain clutter function works like the sea clutter function, adjusting the receiver sensitivity, but in longer range. If the setting is high, the rain clutter is more reduced. The
rain control breaks the continuous display of rain or snow reflections into a random
pattern. When the rain clutter hides the targets, adjust the rain clutter (automatic or
manual) to reduce the clutter.
How to select the rain clutter adjustment method
1. Push the RANGE knob to show the [GAIN/SEA/RAIN] window. (This window closes if there is no operation within 10 seconds.)
2. Select [RAIN]. Press the ENTER key to show [RAIN AUTO] or [RAIN MAN] as required. For manual adjustment, see the section below.
3. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the window.
Manual adjustment of rain clutter
1. Rotate the RANGE knob (or use
or on the Cursorpad) to adjust the
rain clutter.
2. Press the MENU/ESC key to close
the window.
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2.13
Cursor
2. OPERATION
The cursor functions to find the range and bearing (default function) to a target or the
latitude and longitude position of a target. Use the Cursorpad to position the cursor
and read the cursor data at the screen bottom.
How to select cursor data type
You can show the cursor data as range and bearing (from your ship to the cursor) or
latitude and longitude. Position and heading signal are required.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Others], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Cursor Data], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [RNG/BRG] or [LAT/LON] then press the ENTER key.
(When the navigation data is displayed, cursor latitude and longitude position cannot be displayed.)
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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2. OPERATION
2.14
How to Temporarily Erase the Heading Line
The heading line is a line from your ship position to the outer edge of the radar display
area, and indicates the heading of your ship in all display modes. The heading line appears at zero degrees on the bearing scale in head up and true view modes. The
heading line changes the orientation depending on the ship orientation in north up and
true motion modes and when the course is changed in the course up mode.
In some cases, the heading line may hide a object. To erase the heading line to view
an object hidden by the line, press the MENU/ESC key. The heading line and the
range rings are temporarily erased. Release the key to redisplay the line and rings.
2.15
Interference Rejector
Radar interference can occur when your ship is near the radar of another ship that operates on the same frequency band with your radar. The interference shows on the
screen as many bright dots. The dots can be random or in the shape of dotted lines
that run from the center to the edge of the display. You can identify the interference
from the normal echoes, because the interference does not appear in the same location at the next antenna rotation. When this feature is turned on, "IR 1", "IR 2" or "IR
3" appears at the lower-right corner.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Echo], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Int Rejector], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Off] or [On] then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
Note: When there is no interference, turn off the interference rejector so you do not
miss the small targets.
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Noise Rejector
2. OPERATION
White noise can appear on the screen as random "marks". You can reduce this noise
as follows:
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Echo], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Noise Rejector], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Off] or [On] then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
2.17
How to Measure the Range to a Target
You can measure the range to a target in three methods. the fixed range rings, the
cursor (if set to measure range and bearing), and the VRM (Variable Range Marker).
Use the fixed range rings to get a rough estimate of the range to a target. The fixed
range rings are the concentric solid circles about your ship. The number of rings
changes with the selected range scale. The interval of the range ring is displayed at
the upper-left corner of the screen. Count the number of rings between the center of
the display and the target. Check the range ring interval and measure the distance of
the echo from the nearest ring.
2.17.1
How to adjust range ring brilliance
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Brill/Color], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Rings Brill], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select an option, then press the ENTER key. [4] is the brightest. [Off]
turns off the range rings.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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2.17.2
How to measure the range with a VRM
There are two VRMs, No. 1 and No. 2. The VRMs are dashed rings so that you can
identify the rings from the fixed range rings. You can identify VRM 1 from VRM 2 by
different lengths of dashes. The dashes of the No. 1 VRM are shorter than those of
the No. 2 VRM.
1. Press the MODE key to show the [Mode] window.
2. Select [VRM] then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [VRM 1] or [VRM 2] as required, then press the ENTER key. The corresponding VRM indication appears at the bottom right corner, inside a rectangle.
4. Use the Cursorpad to align the VRM with the inner edge of the target. Read the
distance at the lower-right corner of the screen. The size of the VRM ring changes
in proportion to the selected range scale.
5. To anchor the VRM, press the ENTER key. To reactivate the VRM, select it from
the [Mode] window.
6. To erase a VRM, press the MODE key to open the [Mode] window, select [VRM],
then select the VRM to erase. Press the MENU/ESC key to erase the VRM and
its indication. (If a VRM’s indication is already in a rectangle, simply press the
MENU/ESC key to erase the VRM and its indication.)
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2.17.3
How to select VRM unit
You can select the unit of measurement used by the VRM. The selections are nautical
miles (NM), kilometers (KM), statute miles (SM) or kiloyard (KYD). The cursor range
unit is also changed when the VRM unit is changed.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Others], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [VRM Unit], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select the unit, then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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How to Measure the Bearing to a Target
2.18.1
How to measure the bearing with an EBL
Use the Electronic Bearing Line (EBL) to take a bearing of a target. There are two
EBLs, No. 1 and No. 2. Each EBL is a straight dashed line from the center of the
screen to the edge. The dashes of the No. 1 EBL are shorter than those of the No. 2
EBL.
1. Press the MODE key to show the [Mode] window.
2. Select [EBL] then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [EBL 1] or [EBL 2] as required, then press
the ENTER key. The EBL indication appears at the
bottom left corner, inside a rectangle.
4. Use the Cursorpad to place the EBL through the
center of the target. Read the distance at the bottom
left corner of the screen. The cursor on the EBL provides an estimate of the range to a target.
5. To anchor the EBL, press the ENTER key. To reactivate the EBL, select it from the [Mode] window.
6. To erase a EBL, press the MODE key to open the [Mode] window, select [EBL],
then select the EBL to erase. Press the MENU/ESC key to erase the EBL and its
indication. (If a EBL’s indication is already in a rectangle, simply press the MENU/
ESC key to erase the EBL and its indication.)
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2.18.2
EBL reference
"R" (relative) follows the EBL indication if the bearing is relative to the heading of your
ship. "T" (true) follows the EBL indication if the bearing is in reference to the north. You
can select relative or true in the head up and true view modes. The bearing indication
is true in all other modes. True bearing requires a heading sensor.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Others], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [EBL Reference], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Relative] or [True] then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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How to Measure the Range and Bearing Between
Two Targets
You can move the origin of the EBL to measure the range and bearing between two
targets.
1. Press the MODE key.
2. Select [EBL], followed by [EBL 1], then press the ENTER key.
3. Use the Cursorpad to put the cursor on the center of the target A.
4. Press the MODE key, and the origin of the EBL moves to the cursor position.
5. Use the Cursorpad to put the cursor on the center of the target B, then press the
ENTER key.
6. Press the MODE key, select [VRM] followed by [VRM 1], then press the ENTER
key
7. Use the Cursorpad to set the VRM on the inner edge of the target B.
8. Read the bearing and range indications at the bottom of the screen.
The range and bearing to another target (C and D in the figure above) can be measured using [EBL 2] and [VRM 2].
To cancel the this function, turn off the EBL and VRM.
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2.20
2.20.1
Target Alarm
The target alarm looks for targets (ship, landmass, etc.) in the area you set. Audiovisual alarms are released when a target enters (or exits) the alarm area.
How to set a target alarm zone
The following procedure shows you how to set a target alarm zone.
1. Press the ALARM key to activate ALARM 1 or ALARM 2. Press the ALARM key
to change the active ALARM between No. 1 and No. 2. The indication of the currently active ALARM is in a rectangle at the upper-right corner of the screen.
2. Use the Cursorpad to move the cursor to the position A, then press the ENTER
key.
3. Move the cursor to the position B, then press the ENTER key. The rectangle that
shows alarm status indication at the upper-right corner of the screen disappears.
Note 1: To set a 360-degree guard zone, set the position B in the same bearing as the
position A.
Note 2: When the target alarm zone is not within the range in use, the indication
"ALM1(or 2)_RNG" replaces "ALM1(or 2)_IN(or OUT)" in the alarm status area.
(When the target alarm zone is within the range of full off-centering, the indication
does not change.) Select a range which displays the target alarm zone.
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2.20.2
How to stop the audio alarm
2.20.3
How to select the alarm type
When a target enters (or exits) the target alarm zone, the target flashes and the alarm
sounds. The alarm message appears at the bottom of the screen. To stop the audio
alarm, press any key. When the target enters (or exits) the target alarm zone again,
the audio alarm sounds.
You can set the target alarm to activate against targets entering or exiting the alarm
zone.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Alert Settings], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Target Alarm 1] or [Target Alarm 2] then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [In] or [Out].
[In]: The alarm sounds against targets entering a target alarm zone.
[Out]: The alarm sounds against targets exiting a target alarm zone.
5. Press the ENTER key followed by the MENU/ESC key.
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2.20.4
How to sleep a target alarm temporarily
When you do not require a target alarm temporarily, you can sleep the target alarm.
The alarm zone remains on the screen, but any targets that enter (or exit) the alarm
zone do not trigger the audio and visual alarms.
1. Press the ALARM key to select the ALARM 1 or ALARM 2 indication at the upperright corner on the screen. The selected indication is in a rectangle.
2. Press the MENU/ESC key. The alarm indication now shows "ALM1(or 2)_ACK".
To activate a sleeping target alarm zone, press the ALARM key to select the ALARM
1 or ALARM 2, then press the ENTER key. The alarm indication then changes to
"ALM1(or 2)_IN(or OUT)".
2.20.5
How to deactivate a target alarm
1. Press the ALARM key to select the ALARM 1 or ALARM 2 indication at the upperright corner on the screen. The selected indication is in a rectangle.
2. Press the MENU/ESC key. The alarm indication now shows "ALM1(or 2)_ACK".
3. Press the ALARM key. The alarm indication "ALM1(or 2)_ACK" is shown in a
dashed-line rectangle.
4. Press the MENU/ESC key. The target alarm zone and the alarm indication are
erased from the screen.
2.20.6
How to select the target strength which triggers a target alarm
You can select the target strength which triggers the target alarm as follows:
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Alarm], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Alarm Level], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select the echo strength level, among [Low], [Med] and [High].
5. Press the ENTER key followed by the MENU/ESC key.
2.20.7
How to turn the buzzer on/off
You can turn on/off the panel buzzer or external buzzer for target alarms. The panel
buzzer is for this equipment. The external buzzer is for the optional buzzer, which is
connected to this equipment to give the target alarm at a remote location.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Alarm], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Panel Buzzer] (or [External Buzzer] for optional buzzer), then
press the ENTER key.
4. Select [On] or [Off] then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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2.21
How to Off-center the Display
2. OPERATION
You can off-center your ship position to expand the view field without selecting a larger
range scale. The display can be off-centered manually, or automatically according to
speed of the ship.
Note: Off-centering is not available in the true motion mode.
2.21.1
How to select the off-center mode
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Display], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Off-center mode], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Manual], [Custom] or [Auto] then press the ENTER key. Press the ENTER
key again to change between on and off.
5. After setting all options, Select [EXIT? YES], then press the ENTER key.
6. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
2.21.2
How to off-center the display
The off-center features shifts own position according to
the off-center mode selected.
The mode selected from the menu appears at top left
corner of the display, when the off-center feature is activated - "OFFCENT(M)" (Manual), "OFFCENT(C)" (Custom) or "OFFCENT(A)" (Auto).
Manual off-center
You can move your ship position to the current cursor
position on all modes except true motion, within 75% of
the available display area.
1. Put the cursor on the position where to off-center the display.
2. Press the MODE key, select [Off-center], then press the ENTER key.
The indication "OFFCENT(M)" appears at the top left corner
Custom off-center
You can move your ship position to the position which you preset. Follow the procedure shown below to register the cursor position. Then, the display is off-centered by
the amount set here, when you activate the off-center function.
1. Turn off the off-center display.
2. Put the cursor on the position where to off-center the display.
3. Press the MODE key, select [Off-center], then press the ENTER key.
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4. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
5. Select [Display], then press the ENTER key.
6. Select [Save Offcenter], then press the ENTER key. The message "Complete" appears.
7. Press any key to close the message window.
8. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
The indication "OFFCENT(M)" appears at the top left corner
Automatic off-center
The amount of automatic move is calculated according to speed of the ship. The maximum amount is 75% of the range in use. The formula to calculate automatic shift is
shown below.
If the offcenter speed setting is 15 knots and the speed of the ship is 10 knots, for example, the amount of move at the stern of your ship will be 50% of the available display
area.
How to select offcenter speed
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Initial] sub menu in [System] menu, then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Offcenter Speed], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select the speed to use, then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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Zoom
The zoom function expands the length and width of a selected target as much as twice
its normal size, in the zoom window. You select the target to zoom with the zoom cursor. The selected target is zoomed in the zoom window.
TT and AIS symbols can be displayed in the zoom window, but are not zoomed. You
can process TT and AIS targets that are in the zoom window, in the same method as
on the normal radar display.
2.22.1
Zoom reference
There are three types of zoom.
[Relative]: The zoom cursor is fixed to the range and bearing from your ship.
[True]: The zoom cursor is fixed to set geographical position.
[Target]: The zoom cursor is fixed to the zoomed AIS or TT target.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Display], then press the ENTER key.
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3. Select [Zoom Reference], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Relative], [True] or [Target] then press the ENTER key.
Note: True zoom mode requires a heading signal and position data.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
2.22.2
How to zoom
Relative or True zoom mode
1. Use the Cursorpad to put the cursor on the position desired.
2. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
3. Select [Display], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Zoom], then press the ENTER key.
5. Select [On], then press the ENTER key.
The ZOOM indication appears at the upper-left corner on the screen.
The zoom window and the zoom cursor also appear (see the illustration on the
next page). To quit the zoom, select [Off] instead of [On], then press the ENTER
key.
6. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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Target (AIS, TT) zoom mode
The TT or AIS target as below can be displayed in the zoom window:
TT: The symbol is enlarged twice its normal size. AIS: The symbol is enclosed in a
broken square. (The symbol is not enlarged.)
The zoom cursor moves with the TT or AIS target.
Note: If neither TT nor AIS targets are selected, the message "NO TARGET." appears. Press any key to erase the message.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Display], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Zoom], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [On], then press the ENTER key.
The ZOOM indication appears at the upper-left corner on the screen. The zoom
window and the zoom cursor also appear (see the following illustration). To quit
the zoom, select [Off] instead of [On], then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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2.23
Echo Stretch
2. OPERATION
The echo stretch feature enlarges the targets in the range and bearing directions to
make the targets easier to see. This feature is available on any range. There are three
levels of echo stretch, [1], [2] and [3]. [3] enlarges the targets the most.
Note: The echo stretch magnifies the targets, sea and rain clutters, and radar interference. Correctly adjust the sea clutter, rain clutter and radar interference before you activate the echo stretch.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Echo], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Echo Stretch], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select an echo stretch option, then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu. When the echo stretch is
active, "ES 1 (2, or 3)" appears at the lower-left corner on the display.
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Target Trails
2.24.1
Trail time
The trails of the radar targets can be shown simulated in afterglow to check target
movement. The target trails are selected for either relative or true. True motion trails
require a heading signal and position data.
1. Press the MODE key to open the [Mode] window.
2. Select [Trail Time], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select a time, then press the ENTER key.
4. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
The selected time appears at the top right corner.
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2.24.2
Trail mode
You can display the echo trails in true or relative motion.
The selected trail mode and trail time appear at the top right corner.
True mode
The true trails show true target movements according to their over-the-ground speeds
and courses. The stationary targets do not show the trails. The true trails require a
heading signal and position data.
Relative mode
The relative trails show other ships’ movements relative to your ship. The stationary
targets also show the trails.
To select the trail mode, do the following:
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target Trails], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Mode], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Relative] or [True] then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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2.24.3
Trail gradation
Trails can be shown in single or multiple gradation. Multiple gradation fades the gradation over time.
1. Press the MENU key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target Trails], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Gradation], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Single] or [Multi] then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU key to close the menu.
2.24.4
Trail color
You can select the color for trails as follows:
1. Press the MENU key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target Trails], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Color], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select a color, then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU key to close the menu.
2.24.5
Trail level
You can select which target strength to display.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target Trails], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Level], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [1], [2] or [3] then press the ENTER key.
[1]: Display the trails for all targets (including weak targets).
[2]: Display the trails for medium-to-strong level targets.
[3]: Display the trails for only strong targets.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
2.24.6
How to restart, stop the trails
When the range is changed while the trail feature is active, trails within the previous
range scale can be stopped and restarted.
1. Press the MENU key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target Trails], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Restart], then press the ENTER key.
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4. Select [Off] or [On] then press the ENTER key.
[Off]: The previous trails data are saved when the range is changed. The trails are
not restarted and the saved trails are not updated. When you return the range
scale to the previous range scale, the saved trails are displayed and updated.
[On]: The previous trails are zoomed in or out depending on the changed scale
and updated.
Note: If the newly selected range is less than or equal to 1/4 of the previous range,
trails are erased. If the newly selected range is longer than the previous range, the
previous trails are left to be displayed.
5. Press the MENU key to close the menu.
2.24.7
Narrow trails
You can display the target trails in thin trails. When there are many targets on the
screen, you can separate trails close to one another with this function.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target Trails], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Narrow], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Off] or [On] then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
2.24.8
Own ship trail
You can show the trail of your ship as follows:
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target Trails], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Own Ship], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Off], [1] or [2] then press the ENTER key.
[Off]: Hide the trail of your ship.
[1]: Show the trail of your ship.
[2]: Show the trail of your ship, but hide the trail of sea clutter near your ship.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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2.24.9
How to erase all trails
All trails can be erased by the methods shown below. A beep sounds upon completion
of the erasure.
Erase all trails from the menu
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Trails], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Trail Erase], then press the ENTER key.
4. You are asked if you are sure to erase all trails. Press
lect [Yes] then press the ENTER key.
on the Cursorpad to se-
Erase all trails with the MODE key
Press the MODE key to show the mode options. Select [Trail Erase], then press the
ENTER key.
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How to Program the FUNC Key
The FUNC key can be programmed to do the function you assign.
Function key operation
Press the FUNC key to do the function assigned to the key. Press the key successively to change the setting.
How to change a function key program
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Others], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [FUNC Setup], then press the ENTER key.
4. Scroll through the list to select a function, then press the ENTER key. Below are
the available functions. The default function is [Trail Time].
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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2.26
Echo Average
To identify true target echoes from the sea clutter, echoes are averaged over successive picture frames. If an echo is solid and stable, the echo is shown in its normal intensity. The brilliance of sea clutter is reduced to easily identify true targets from the
sea clutter.
Note 1: Do not use the echo average function under heavy pitching and rolling. You
can lose a target.
Note 2: This feature requires a heading signal and position data. When either signal
becomes lost, echo average is deactivated.
To correctly use the echo average function, first reduce the sea clutter:
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Echo], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Echo Average], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select an echo averaging option, then press the ENTER key.
[Off]: Deactivate the echo average.
[1]: Identify true targets from the sea clutter and reduce the brilliance
of unstable echoes.
[2]: Identify true targets from the sea clutter that you cannot reduce the brilliance
with setting 1.
[Auto]: Identify true targets from the sea clutter. Detect far and unstable targets.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu. The selected echo average ("EAV
1", "EAV 2" or "EAV(A)") appears at the lower-left corner of the display.
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Wiper
The wiper feature automatically reduces the brilliance of unwanted weak signals
(noise, sea clutter, rain clutter, etc.) and unnecessary signals, like radar interference,
to clear the picture of unnecessary echoes. The result of wiper depends on the wiper
setting used and whether echo averaging is turned on or off, as described below.
Echo averaging and wiper states and wiper effect
Echo average setting
Off
On (1, 2, Auto)
Wiper Setting
Wiper 1
Wiper 2
Processing content A
Processing content A Processing content B
Processing content A: The brilliance of unnecessary weak echoes, like noise and
radar interference, is reduced to clear the picture. The difference between wiper 1 and
2 is that brilliance is lowered more slowly in 1.
Processing content B: Echo averaging is automatically turned on from off when the
wiper feature is turned on. You can see how the picture changes with the echo averaging turned off and turned on.
To activate the wiper feature, do the following:
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
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2. Select [Echo], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Wiper], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [1] or [2] then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
Note: This function is not available when the [Display Mode] is [True View].
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Display-Curve
You can change the characteristics curve to reduce unwanted weak echoes (sea reflections, etc.). Select [1], [2] or [3] depending on conditions when unwanted weak
echoes hide wanted targets.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Echo], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Display-Curve], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [1], [2] or [3] then press the ENTER key.
[1]: Reduce weak echoes.
[2]: Normal use
[3]: Display weaker echoes in stronger color compared to [1].
Display curve
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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Own Ship and Barge Mark
2.29.1
How to show the own ship mark
This section shows you how display and set up the own ship and barge marks.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [OS/Barge Mark], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [OS Mark], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [On], then press the ENTER key.
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5. Select [OS Length] then press the ENTER key.
6. Set the length of own ship then press the ENTER key.
7. Select [OS Width] then press the ENTER key.
8. Set the width of own ship then press the ENTER key.
9. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
The own ship mark appears on the display, scaled according to the length and width
entered here.
2.29.2
How to show the barge mark
The length and breadth of the total barge size can be displayed as a simple rectangle
on the radar display. Up to five rows of barges and nine barges per row can be shown.
Note: Turn on [OS Mark] in the [OS/Barge Mark] menu to enable display of barge
marks.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [OS/Barge Mark], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Barge Mark], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [On], then press the ENTER key.
5. Select [Barge Position] then press the ENTER key.
6. Select [Bow] or [Stern], then press the ENTER key.
7. Select [Barge Length] then press the ENTER key.
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8. Set the length of the barge, then press the ENTER key.
9. Select [Barge Beam] then press the ENTER key.
10. Select [Barge Arrangement], then press the ENTER key.
11. The cursor is selecting [Column1(PORT)]. Press the ENTER key.
12. Set the number of barges in the port column.
13. Set other columns similar to how you did in steps 11 and 12.
14. After setting all required columns, select [Close This Window], then
press the ENTER key.
15. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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Watchman
The Watchman sounds the buzzer to tell the operator to check the radar display. The
radar transmits for one minute and then goes into standby for the selected time interval. If the target alarm is active and a target is found in the alarm zone, Watchman is
cancelled, and the radar transmits continuously.
In standby, the timer near the <WATCH> label at the center of the screen counts down
the remaining time until the transmission. When the set time interval has passed, the
audio alarm sounds, the timer disappears and the radar transmits for one minute. After
one minute, the audio alarm sounds and the watch alarm timer again begins the countdown sequence.
If you press the STBY/TX key before the set time interval comes, the radar goes into
transmission.
Do the following to activate the Watchman:
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Alarm], then press the ENTER key.
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3. Select [Watchman], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Off] or a time ([5min], [10min] or [20min]) then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
To turn off watchman, select [Off] at step 4.
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Alert Status
The alert status window shows all currently violated alarms and system messages.
Note: The alert status window is not automatically displayed when an alarm occurs.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Alert Settings], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Alert Status], then press the ENTER key.
Alert Status display
4. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the [Alert Status] display.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
See the next page for a list of alert status messages and their meanings.
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Alert category
SIGNAL MISSING*
TRIGGER
HEADING
BEARING
GYRO
VIDEO
POSITION
NMEA_HDG
ANT ERR
TARGET ALARM1(2)
IN
OUT
TT ALARM
COLLISION
LOST
PROXIMITY
AIS ALARM
COLLISION
LOST
PROXIMITY
AIS SYSTEM*
TX
ANT
CH1
CH2
CH70
FAIL
UTC
MKD
GNSS
NAV_STATUS
HDG_OFFSET
SART
EPFS
L/L
SOG
COG
HDG
ROT
OTHER*
OVER_TEMP
Meaning
Trigger signal lost (only for remote display)
Heading signal lost
Bearing signal lost
AD-10 format gyro signal lost
Video signal lost
NMEA format position data lost
NMEA format heading signal lost
No data from antenna unit for one minute
An echo has entered a target alarm zone.
An echo has exited a target alarm zone.
CPA and TCPA of an TT target is less than CPA and
TCPA alarm settings.
Acquired TT target becomes lost.
The range to an TT target is less than the user-set proximity alarm range.
CPA and TCPA of an AIS target is less than CPA and
TCPA alarm settings.
AIS target becomes lost.
The range to an AIS target is less than the user-set proximity alarm range.
TX stopped or TX error
Antenna VSWR problem
TDM2 RX1 board problem
TDM2 RX2 board problem
RX channel 70 problem
System failure
UTC sync invalid
Minimum input device lost
Internal/external GNSS position mismatch
NAV status incorrect
Heading sensor offset
Active AIS-SART
Navigator (GPS, etc.) problem
Position data lost
Speed data lost
Course data lost
Heading data lost
Rate of turn data lost
The temperature of the equipment is more than the specified value.
*: Have a qualified technician check the equipment.
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2.32
Color Selections
2.32.1
Preset colors
This radar is preset with color combinations that provide best viewing in daytime,
nighttime and twilight. Below are the default color settings for each display item and
display color setting.
Display item
Characters
Range rings, marks
Echo
Background
Display item, color design and color
Day
Black
Green
Yellow
White
Night
Red
Red
Green
Black
1. Press the MENU key to open the menu.
Twilight
Green
Green
Green
Blue
Custom
Green
Green
Yellow
Black
2. Select [Brill/Color], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Display Color], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select the color design, then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU key to close the menu.
2.32.2
Custom colors
The custom color design lets you select preferred echo, background, characters,
range rings and marks colors. Select [Custom] in the [Display Color] menu item (see
paragraph 2.32.1) to use the user selected echo, background, characters, range rings
and marks colors.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Brill/Color], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Echo Color], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select an echo color, then press the ENTER key. [Multi] displays
echoes in colors of red, yellow and green according to descending
echo strength.
5. Select [Background Color], then press the ENTER key.
6. Select a background color, then press the ENTER key.
7. Select [Character Color], then press the ENTER key.
8. Select a character color (including range rings and marks), then
press the ENTER key.
9. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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Echo Area
2. OPERATION
You can select the display area from [Normal] or [Full Screen].
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Display], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Echo Area], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Normal] or [Full Screen] then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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Initial Sub Menu
2.34.1
How to open the Initial sub menu
The [Initial] sub menu in the [System] menu contains items that allow you to customize
your radar to meet your needs.
1. Press the MENU key to open the menu.
2. Select [Initial], then press the ENTER key.
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2.34.2
Description of Initial sub menu
[Key Beep]: When a key is pressed, a beep sounds. You can turn on or off this beep.
[Off-center Speed]: Set the speed of your ship to calculate amount of your ship’s offcenter. The setting range is 1-99 (kn).
[Compass Type]: Select the type of bearing sensor connected to the radar; [True] (gyrocompass, satellite compass) or [Magnetic] (magnetic compass).
[Range Preset]: You can select the radar ranges. Select a range, then press the ENTER key to switch on and off. At least two ranges must be turned on. The maximum
range available depends on the radar model. 0.0625 is not available in KM (kilometers).
[Wind Direction]: Wind direction is shown as [Apparent] or [True].
[NMEA Port 1]: Set the baud rate of the equipment connected to Port 1 ([Auto], [4800],
or [38400] (bps)). [Auto] provides automatic detection of baud rate from 4800, 9600,
19200 or 38400 (bps).
[NMEA Port 2]: Same function as Port 1 but for Port 2.
[NMEA Mixing Out]: Data input to Port 1 may be output from Port 2 mixed with data
output to Port 2. Select [On] to use this feature.
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Sector Blank
2. OPERATION
You must prevent the transmission in some areas to protect passengers and crew
from microwave radiation. Also, if the reflections of echoes from the mast appear on
the screen, you must prevent the transmission in that area. You can set two sectors.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Sector Blanks], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Sect-Blank 1 (or 2) Status], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [On], then press the ENTER key.
5. Select [Sect-Blank 1 (or 2) Start], then press the ENTER key.
6. Set the start point of the sector, then press the ENTER key.
7. Select [Sect-Blank 1 (or 2) End], then press the ENTER key.
8. Set the end point of the sector, then press the ENTER key.
Note 1: You can not set the sector more than 180 degrees.
Note 2: You can not set the total width of sector 1 and sector 2
more than 270 degrees.
9. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
As shown in the following illustration, dashed lines mark the start and end points of the
sector.
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Other Menu Items
2.36.1
Brill/Color menu
This section describes the menu items not previously described.
[Echo Brill]: Adjust the brilliance of echoes.
[Ring Brill]: Adjust the brilliance of the range rings.
[Mark Brill]: Adjust the brilliance of all marks.
[HL Brill]: Adjust the brilliance of the heading line.
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[Character Brill]: Adjust the brilliance of all characters.
[Viewing Position]: You can select the angle from where you see the screen.
[Menu Transparency]: You can select the degree of transparency of the
menu window so the menu window does not hide the echo display. [4] is the
greatest degree of transparency. [Off] functions to hide the echo display behind the menu window completely.
Note: Alpha blending technology is used for transparency effects.
[Echo Color Mode]: You can select the color palette from [System] or
[Custom]. [System] is the preset color palette and [Custom] is the color
palette you can set yourself. This function is not available in the [IEC] or
[Russian-River] mode.
[Custom Echo Color]: You can customize the echo color with the following two methods. This function is not available in the [IEC] or [Russian-River] mode.
Custom Echo Color setting window
Method 1: 1) Select the echo rank to change on the [Rank] (setting range: 1 - 31).
2) Set the RGB values for selected echo rank on the [Red], [Green] and [Blue] (setting
range: 0 - 63).
Method 2: 1) Select 31 on the [Rank].
2) Set the RGB values for 31 echo rank on the [Red], [Green] and [Blue] (setting range:
0 - 63).
3) Interpolate the RGB values between the maximum rank and minimum rank on the
[Fitting To Curve] with the following curves (setting range: -20 to 20).
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Setting range > 0: Logarithmic curve, useful to emphasize the weak echoes.
Setting range = 0: Straight line
Setting range < 0: Exponential curve, useful to emphasize the strong echoes.
[Copy To Custom]: Copy the color palette from [System] to [Custom].
2.36.2
Display menu
[Text Display]: You can select on/off for the text indications of the following items on
the display. The settings on this function are used when you set [Echo Area] to [Full
Screen] on the [Display] menu. This function is not available in the [IEC] or [RussianRiver] mode.
The text indications set to off appear when you operate any key. The indications disappear when there is no key operation for 10 seconds.
[STBY Display]: Set what to show on the standby display.
- [Normal]: Display "ST-BY" at the screen center.
- [Nav]: Display navigation data.
2.36.3
Echo menu
[Color Erase]: Erase the lower echo color whose level is set here. Set a large value
to display only the stronger echoes.
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2.36.4
Units menu
You can select the unit of measurement for range, ship speed, depth, temperature and
wind speed on the [Units] sub menu in the [System] menu. You can not open this sub
menu in normal operation. To open this menu, select [Units], hold the MENU/ESC key,
then press the ALARM key five times.
[Range Unit]: NM, KM, SM
[Ship Speed Unit]: kn, km/h, mph
[Depth Unit]: m, ft, fa, pb, HR
[Temperature Unit]: °C, °F
[Wind Speed Unit]: kn, km/h, mph, m/s
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Navigation Data
2.37.1
Navigation data during standby
2.37.2
Navigation data at the bottom of the screen
2. OPERATION
The navigation data is shown in standby when [STBY Display] on the [Display] menu
is set to [Nav]. Appropriate sensors are required to display the data.
Navigation data can be displayed at the bottom of the screen. The figure below shows
the navigation data display
To show or hide the navigation data at the bottom of the screen, operate the DATA
BOX knob to select [OFF], [NAV], [TGT] or [ALL].
[OFF]: Turn off the data box display.
[NAV]: Navigation data
[TGT]: TT and AIS data (see section 4.10, section 5.4.)
[ALL]: Navigation data plus TT and AIS target data
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Waypoint Mark
The waypoint mark shows the location of the destination waypoint set on a navigation
plotter. The heading signal or course data are required. You can turn on/off the waypoint mark as follows:
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Others], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [WPT Mark], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Off] or [On] then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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2. OPERATION
How to Send the Target Position and Enter the
Origin Mark
The TLL function sends the cursor position to a chart plotter and put an origin mark
( ) at the cursor position on the radar. Use the Cursorpad to put the cursor on a target. Press the MODE key to open the [Mode] window, select [TLL] then press the ENTER key. You can enter up to 20 origin marks on the radar display. When the capacity
for origin marks is reached, the oldest mark is erased to make room for the latest mark,
to keep a maximum of 20 marks. To erase a mark, put the cursor on the mark, then
press the MENU/ESC key.
TLL mode
You can select how to handle TLL position.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Others], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [TLL Mode], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [TLL Output], [Origin Mark] or [Both] then press the ENTER key.
[TLL Output]: Send the latitude and longitude of the cursor position to a chart plotter. (Position and heading signal are required.)
[Origin Mark]: Enter an origin mark at the cursor position on the radar display.
(Position and heading signal are required.)
[Both]:Send the target position to a chart plotter and enter an origin mark on the
radar display.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
Note: All origin marks are deleted and not saved when the power is turned off.
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HOW TO INTERPRET THE RADAR DISPLAY
3.1
General
3.1.1
Minimum and maximum ranges
Minimum range
The minimum range is defined by the shortest distance at which, using a scale of
0.0625 or 0.125 nm, a target having an echoing area of 10 m 2 is shown separate from
the point representing the antenna position.
The minimum range depends on the pulse length, antenna height, and signal processing (like main bang suppression and digital quantization). Use a shorter range scale
as far as it gives favorable definition or clarity of picture. This MODEL 1835 series
meets the requirements of IEC 62252 5.14.1 (Class A).
Maximum range
The maximum detection range, Rmax, varies depending on the height of the antenna,
the height of the target above the sea, the size, shape and material of the target, and
the atmospheric conditions.
Under normal atmospheric conditions, the maximum range is equal or a little shorter
than the optical horizon. The radar horizon is longer than the optical one by approximately 6% because of the diffraction property of the radar signal. The Rmax is shown
in the following formula.
If the height of the antenna is 9 m and the height of the target is 16 m, the maximum
radar range is;
Note: The detection range is reduced by precipitation (which absorbs the radar signal).
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3.1.2
Radar resolution
The bearing resolution and range resolution are important in radar resolution.
Bearing resolution
The bearing resolution is the ability of the radar to display the echoes received from
two targets at the same range as the separate echoes. The bearing resolution is proportional to the antenna length and the wavelength.
Range resolution
The range resolution is the ability to display the echoes received from two targets on
the same bearing as separate echoes. The range resolution is determined by only
pulse length.
The test targets used to determine the range and bearing resolution are radar reflectors that have an echoing area of 10 m 2.
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3.1.3
Bearing accuracy
3.1.4
Range measurement
3.2
False Echoes
3.2.1
Multiple echoes
One of the most important features of the radar is how accurately the bearing of a target can be measured. The accuracy of bearing measurement depends on the narrowness of the radar beam. The bearing is taken relative to the heading of the ship.
Correct adjustment of the heading line at installation is important to get accurate bearings. To minimize the error when you measure the bearing of a target, put the target
echo at the extreme position on the screen by selecting a suitable range.
Measurement of the range to a target is important function of the radar. There are
three methods of measuring range: the fixed range rings, the Variable Range Marker
(VRM), and the cursor (if set to measure range and bearing). The fixed range rings
appear on the screen with a given interval and provide a rough estimate of the range
to a target. The diameter of VRM is increased or decreased so that the marker touches
the inner edge of the target. The VRM is a more accurate range measurement than
the fixed range rings.
The echo signals can appear on the screen at positions where there is no target or
disappear when there are targets. These false echoes are shown below.
Multiple echoes occur when a transmitted pulse returns from a solid object like a large
ship, bridge, or breakwater. A second, a third or more echoes can be seen on the display at double, triple or other multiples of the actual range of the target as shown below. You can reduce and remove the multiple reflection echoes with the sea clutter
function.
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3.2.2
3.2.3
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Sidelobe echoes
When the radar pulse is transmitted, some radiation escapes on each side of the
beam, called "sidelobes". If a target is where a target can be detected by the sidelobes
as well as the mainlobe, the side echoes can be shown on both sides of the true echo
at the same range. Sidelobes show normally only on short ranges and from strong targets. You can reduce the sidelobes with the sea clutter function.
Virtual image
A large target close your ship can appear at two positions on the screen. One of them
is the true echo reflected by the target. The other is a false echo which is caused by
the mirror effect of a large object on or close your ship as shown in the following figure.
If your ship comes close to a large metal bridge, for example, a false echo can temporarily appear on the screen.
3. HOW TO INTERPRET THE RADAR DISPLAY
3.2.4
Shadow sector
Funnels, stacks, masts, or derricks near the antenna interrupt the radar beam, and a
non-detecting sector can occur. Targets can not be detected within this sector.
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3.3
SART (Search and Rescue Transponder)
3.3.1
SART description
When any X-band radar reaches within a range of approximately 8 nm, a Search and
Rescue Transponder (SART) sends a response to the radar signal. The transmitter
signal of response is 12-sweeps signal between 9,500 MHz to 9,200 MHz. The time
of slow sweep signal is 7.5 s and the time of fast sweep signal is 0.4 s. When the
radar receives this SART signal, a line of 12 dots appears. When the position of SART
is distant, the radar display shows only slow sweep signals like the illustration of
screen A.
When the radar reaches the SART within approximately 1 nm, the radar display can
also show the 12 responses of fast sweep signals like the illustration of screen B. The
position of the SART is the closest position of the radar echoes.
SART echo
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3.3.2
General remarks on receiving SART
SART range errors
When the SART is at a range greater than approximately 1 nm, the first dot is displayed at 0.64 nm beyond the true position of the SART. When the range closes so
that the fast sweep responses are seen also, the first range echoes are displayed at
150 m beyond the true position.
Range scale
When you find the SART position, do as follows:
1. Use the RANGE key to set the range scale to 6 nm or 12 nm.
2. Turn off [Int Rejector].
SART display
To display only the SART echo clearly on the radar screen, reduce the tuning on manual mode. The normal radar echoes get weak, however, the SART echoes remain.
Your ship comes close to the SART, the arc for the SART display becomes larger.
Most of the radar screen becomes fuzzy. Adjust the sea clutter and gain to display the
necessary screen.
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RACON
A RACON is a radar beacon which emits radar-receivable signals in the radar frequency spectrum (X- or S-band). There are several signal formats; in general, the RACON
signal appears on the radar screen as a rectangular echo originating at a point just
beyond the position of the radar beacon. It has a Morse coded pattern. Note that the
position on the radar display is not accurate.
4.
TT OPERATION
The TT (Tracked Target) feature manually or automatically acquires and tracks ten
targets. Once a target is acquired, a target is automatically tracked within 0.1 to 16 nm.
4.1
Precautions
4.2
Controls for Use with TT
ENTER key: Acquire cursor-selected target. Display data for tracked target (in the
data box at the bottom of the screen).
MENU/ESC key: (1) Remove data of cursor-selected tracked target from the data box.
(2) Stop tracking the cursor-selected target (when its data is not displayed in the data
box). (3) Access the [Target] and [TT] menus for TT operations.
Cursorpad: Select a target to acquire (or cancel the tracking). Select a target to show
(or remove) target data.
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4.3
TT Display On/Off
You can turn the TT display on or off. The system continuously tracks TT regardless
of this setting.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [TT], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Display], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Off] or [On], then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
4.4
TT Symbol Color
You can select the TT symbol color from Green, Red, Blue, White or Black.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [TT], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Color], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select the color, then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
Note: Symbols can not be shown in the same color as the background
color.
4.5
How to Acquire and Track the Targets
4.5.1
Manual acquisition
Ten targets are acquired and tracked manually or automatically.
You can acquire up to ten TT. When the automatic acquisition ([Auto Acquisition] on
the [TT] menu) is set to on, you can manually acquire up to five targets.
1. Use the Cursorpad to put the cursor on the target to acquire.
2. Press the ENTER key.
The TT symbol changes over time as below. A vector, which indicates the motion direction of the target, appears shortly after acquisition.
Target number
A maximum of ten targets can be acquired and tracked. When a target is lost and a
new target is acquired and tracked, it is assigned the youngest empty target number.
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4.5.2
Automatic acquisition
When you set an automatic acquisition area, the TT can acquire up to five targets automatically.
The automatic acquisition area is 2.0 to 2.5 nm in range and ±45° on either side of the
heading line in bearing. When you change the automatic acquisition to manual acquisition, targets being tracked in automatic acquisition are continuously tracked.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [TT], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Auto Acquisition], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [On], then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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4.6.1
How to Stop Tracking a TT
When ten targets have been acquired, no more acquisition occurs unless targets are
cancelled. If you acquire additional targets, you must cancel one or more individual
targets, or all targets. Use one of the following procedures.
How to stop tracking a single target
1. Use the Cursorpad to put the cursor on the target to cancel the tracking.
2. Press the MENU/ESC key to cancel the tracking and erase the TT symbol. The
unit beeps twice and the symbol is erased from the screen.
4.6.2
How to stop tracking all targets
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [TT], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [All Cancel], then press the ENTER key.
4. Use the Cursorpad ( ) to select [Yes], then press the ENTER
key. All symbols are erased from the screen and the long beep
sounds.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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4.7
Lost Target
When the system detects a lost TT, the audio alarm sounds and the
alarm message "LOST" appears. The target symbol becomes a flashing
square like the following illustration. When the system detects the target
again, the target symbol becomes a normal symbol.
To erase a lost TT symbol, put the cursor on the symbol, then press the
MENU/ESC key. If you leave a lost target symbol flashing, the symbol disappears after
one minute.
You can remove all lost TT from the screen as follows:
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [TT], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Erase Lost Targets], then press the ENTER key.
4. Use the Cursorpad ( ) to select [Yes], then press the ENTER key. All lost targets
symbols are erased from the screen and the long beep sounds.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
4.8
Vector Attributes
4.8.1
What is a vector?
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A vector is a line extending from a tracked target. A vector shows speed and course
of the target. The top of a vector shows estimated position of the target after the selected vector time elapses. If you extend the vector length (time), you can evaluate the
risk of collision with any target.
4. TT OPERATION
4.8.2
Vector time and vector reference
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target], then press the ENTER key.
Target menu
3. Select [Vector Time], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select time, then press the ENTER key.
5. Select [Vector Reference], then press the ENTER key.
6. Select [Relative] or [True] then press the ENTER key.
[Relative]: Other ships’ vectors are displayed relative to your ship.
This mode helps find targets on a collision course. If a ship is on a collision course
with your ship, the vector of a ship points toward your ship position.
[True]: Your ship’s and other ships’ vectors are displayed at their true motions.
This mode helps discriminate between moving and stationary targets.
7. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
Note: The functions of the [Target] menu are shared by TT and AIS.
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4.8.3
Own ship vector
The vector of own ship is shown as an arrow from your ship position. The vector of
own ship is shown on the following conditions:
• Select [True] on the menu item [Vector Reference] on the [Target] menu.
Note: The vector of own ship is shown in the same color as the TT symbol color.
4.9
Past Position Display (target past position)
This radar can display time-spaced dots (maximum ten dots) that mark the past positions of any TT. You can evaluate actions of a target by the spacing between dots. Below are examples of dot spacing and target movement.
You can select the number of past position dotes to display and the time interval to
display the dots.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Past Positions], then press the ENTER key.
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4. Select number of past position dots to display (5 or 10) or select [Off]
to turn off the history display.
5. Press the ENTER key.
6. Select [Past Posn Interval], then press the ENTER key.
7. Select the time interval, then press the ENTER key.
8. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
4.10
TT Data
You can show TT data at the bottom of the screen. Set the DATA BOX knob to the
[Target] (TT data) or [All] (TT data + nav data) position.
1. Use the Cursorpad to put the cursor on an TT.
2. Press the ENTER key to show the data of the target.
TT data
The symbol for the selected TT is enlarged double to distinguish from other symbols.
To remove the data of a target from a data box, put the cursor on the corresponding
target symbol, then press the MENU/ESC key.
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4.11
CPA/TCPA Alarm
Set CPA (Closest Point of Approach) alarm range and TCPA (predicted Time to CPA)
alarm time to alert you to targets that can be on a collision course. When CPA and
TCPA of any TT become less than the preset CPA and TCPA alarm settings, the audio
alarm sounds. The alarm message "COLLISION" appears. The target symbol changes to a dangerous target symbol (triangle) and flashes with its vector. You can stop
the audio alarm with any key. The flashing of the triangle stops when the tracked TT
is not in the CPA and TCPA alarm setting. The TT continuously monitors CPA and
TCPA of all TT.
This feature helps identify targets that can be on a collision course. Correctly adjust
the gain, sea clutter and rain clutter.
CAUTION
Do not depend on the CPA/TCPA alarm as
the only method to detect the risk of collision. The navigator is not released of the responsibility to keep visual caution for
collision situations, whether or not the radar or other plotting aid is in use.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [CPA], then press the ENTER key.
CPA options
4. Select CPA distance, then press the ENTER key.
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5. Select [TCPA], then press the ENTER key.
TCPA options
6. Select TCPA, then press the ENTER key.
7. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
4.12
Proximity Alarm
The proximity alarm alerts you when a TT is within the range you set. (The setting is
commonly shared between TT and AIS. See section 5.12.)The audio alarm sounds
and the alarm message "PROXIMITY" appears. The target symbol changes to a dangerous target symbol and flashes with its vector. Press any key to stop the audio
alarm. The flashing continues until the target is not within the range set, the alarm
range is changed to exclude the target, or the proximity alarm is deactivated.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Proximity], then press the ENTER key.
Proximity options
4. Select the range, then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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5.
AIS OPERATION
Connected to the FURUNO AIS Transponders FA-170, FA-150, FA-100, FA-50, or the
AIS Receiver FA-30, the MODEL 1815 can show the name, position and other navigation data of the nearest 100 AIS transponder-equipped ships.
This radar accepts position data fixed by WGS-84 geodetic datum. Set the datum to
WGS-84 on the GPS navigator connected to this radar, if this radar is connected to
the FURUNO GPS Navigator GP-320B.
Controls for Use with AIS
ENTER key: (1) Activate the cursor-selected target, (2) Display data for selected active target (in the data box at the bottom of the screen).
MENU/ESC key: Remove data of cursor-selected AIS target from the data box. Sleep
cursor-selected target (when its data is not displayed in the data box). Access the [Target] and [AIS] menu.
Cursorpad: Select a target to activate (or sleep). Select a target to show (or remove)
target data.
5.1
AIS Display On/Off
You can turn the AIS display on or off. With the display turned off, the system continues processing AIS targets if the AIS transponder is turned on.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [AIS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Display], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Off] or [On] then press the ENTER key.
[Off]: All AIS symbols are erased from the screen.
[On]: AIS function is active, and a maximum of 100 target symbols are shown.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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5.2
AIS Symbols
When the AIS is turned on, AIS targets are displayed with AIS symbol as below.
Target type
Sleeping target
Activated target
Dangerous target
Lost target
Selected target
Symbol
Sleeping target
Description
Activated target. Heading line and ROT are shown.
Ground tracking speed and course are shown with
vector.
A target whose distance, CPA and TCPA are less
than corresponding alarm settings.
A target for which no data has been received within
a certain period.The symbol flashes.
A target selected to show its target data.
Aid to navigation
(AtoN)
AIS base station
Always shown on the screen.
SART aircraft
Always shown on the screen.
AIS-SART
Always shown on the screen.
Note: The AIS symbols are momentarily erased after the screen is redrawn when the
heading is changed in the head up mode.
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Activating, Sleeping Targets
5. AIS OPERATION
When you change a sleeping target to an activated target, a vector shows the course
and speed of that target. You can easily judge the target movement by the length and
pointing direction of the vector.
When there are many activated targets on the screen, an activated target may hide
radar images or TT. You can sleep an activated target to unhide image or TT.
To activate a target: Put the cursor on the target, then press the ENTER key.
To sleep a target: Put the cursor on the target, then press the MENU/ESC key.
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5.4
AIS Target Data
You can show AIS target data at the bottom of the screen. Set the DATA BOX knob
to the [Target] (AIS data) or [All] (AIS data + nav data) position.
1. Use the Cursorpad to put the cursor on an activated target.
2. Press the ENTER key to show the data of the target.
AIS target data
To remove the target data from a data box, put the cursor on the corresponding target
symbol, then press the MENU/ESC key.
5.5
How to Sort Targets
You can sort the AIS targets received from the AIS transponder by range from your
ship, by sector, by CPA or TCPA.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [AIS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Sort By], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select sorting method, then press the ENTER key.
[Range]: Sort targets within the display range set (see section 5.6),
from nearest to furthest.
[Sector]: Sort targets within the display sector set (see section 5.7)
and within 24 nm, from nearest to furthest.
[CPA]: Sort targets within 24 nm by CPA, from closest to furthest.
[TCPA]: Sort targets within 24 nm by TCPA, from earliest time to latest time.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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5.6
Display Range
5. AIS OPERATION
You can set the AIS system to show only those AIS targets within the range you set.
The setting range is 0.1-36 nm for MODEL 1835, 0.1-48 nm for MODEL 1935, 0.1-64
nm for MODEL 1945. Actual range depends on the AIS Transponder. If the target sorting method is selected to [Range], the target data within the range set here is transmitted to this radar.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [AIS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Range], then press the ENTER key.
4. Set the display range, then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
Note: The unit of measurement for range is NM.
5.7
How to Display the Targets within a Specific Sector
You can display AIS targets only within a specific sector. If the target sorting method
is selected to [Sector], the target data within the sector set here is transmitted to this
radar.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [AIS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Sector Start], then press the ENTER key.
4. Set the start point for the sector, then press the ENTER key.
5. Select [Sector End], then press the ENTER key.
6. Set the end point for the sector, then press the ENTER key.
7. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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5.8
Number of Targets to Display
You can select the maximum number of AIS targets to display. The setting value is 10
to 100. When the screen becomes cluttered with AIS targets, you can limit the number
of AIS targets to show. Targets are selected and displayed according to sort method.
(see section 5.5).
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [AIS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Number of Targets], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select the number of targets to display, then press the ENTER
key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
5.9
Vector Attributes
5.9.1
What is a vector?
5.9.2
Vector time and vector reference
A vector is a line extending from a tracked target. A vector shows speed and course
of the target. The top of a vector shows estimated position of the target after the selected vector time elapses. If you extend the vector length (time), you can evaluate the
risk of collision with any target.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Vector Time], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select time, then press the ENTER key.
5. Select [Vector Reference], then press the ENTER key.
6. Select [Relative] or [True] then press the ENTER key.
[Relative]: Other ships’ vectors are displayed relative to your ship.
This mode helps find targets on a collision course. If a ship is on a
collision course with your ship, the vector of a ship points toward your ship position.
[True]: Your ship’s and other ships’ vectors are displayed at their true motions.
This mode helps discriminate between moving and stationary targets.
7. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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5. AIS OPERATION
Past Position Display (target past position)
This radar can display time-spaced dots (maximum ten dots) that marks the past positions of any tracked AIS target. You can evaluate actions of a target by the spacing
between dots. Below are examples of dot spacing and target movement.
You can select the number of history dots to display and the time interval to display
the history dots.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Past Positions], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select number of past position dots to display (5 or 10) or select [Off]
to turn off the past position display.
5. Press the ENTER key.
6. Select [Past Posn Interval], then press the ENTER key.
7. Select time interval, then press the ENTER key.
8. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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5.11
CPA/TCPA Alarm
Set CPA (Closest Point of Approach) alarm range and TCPA (predicted Time to CPA)
alarm time to alert you to targets that can be on a collision course. When CPA and
TCPA of any AIS target (including a sleeping target) become less than the preset CPA
and TCPA alarm settings, the audio alarm sounds. The alarm message "COLLISION"
appears. The target symbol changes to a dangerous target symbol (red) and flashes
with its vector. You can stop the audio alarm and flashing with any key. The dangerous
target symbol is displayed until the AIS target is not in the CPA and TCPA alarm setting. The AIS continuously monitors CPA and TCPA of all AIS targets.
This feature helps identify targets that can be on a collision course.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [CPA], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select CPA distance, then press the ENTER key.
5. Select [TCPA], then press the ENTER key.
6. Select TCPA time, then press the ENTER key.
7. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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5.12
Proximity Alarm
5. AIS OPERATION
The proximity alarm alerts you when an AIS target is within the range you set. The audio alarm sounds and the alarm message "PROXIMITY" appears. The target symbol
changes to a dangerous target symbol (red) and flashes with its vector. Press any key
to stop the audio alarm and flashing. The dangerous target symbol is displayed until
the target is not within the range set, the alarm range is changed to exclude the target,
or the proximity alarm is deactivated.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Target], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Proximity], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select the range, then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
5.13
Lost Target
When AIS data is not received from a target at fixed interval (3-5* report intervals), the
target symbol changes to the lost target symbol (flashing). No audio or visual alarm is
given for a lost target.
* The interval at which AIS data is sent depends on speed of the AIS transponder. For
detailed information, refer to the Operator's Manual for the AIS transponder.
You can remove all lost AIS targets from the display as follows:
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [AIS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Erase Lost Targets], then press the ENTER key.
4. Use the Cursorpad ( ) to select [Yes], then press the ENTER key. All lost targets
symbols are erased from the screen and the long beep sounds.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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5.14
Symbol Color
You can select the AIS symbol color among Green, Red (unavailable in the [IEC] or
[Russian-River] purpose), Blue, White or Black.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [AIS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Color], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select the color, then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
Note: Symbols can not be shown in the same color as the background color.
5.15
How to Ignore Slow Targets
You can prevent activation of the CPA/TCPA alarm against AIS targets that are traveling at a speed lower than set here. The AIS symbols are not affected by this setting.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [AIS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Ignore Slow Targets], then press the ENTER key.
4. Set speed (0.0 - 9.9 kn), then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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6.
GPS OPERATION
If the FURUNO GPS Navigator GP-320B is connected to this radar, you can set GP320B from this radar.
6.1
Navigator Mode
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [GPS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Mode], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [GPS] or [WAAS] then press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
6.2
Datum
Select the type of datum which matches the paper charts you use for navigation. Select [WGS-84] if the radar is connected to an AIS Transponder.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [GPS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Datum], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select the type of datum, then press the ENTER key. If you selected
[WGS-84] or [Tokyo], go to step 7.For [Other], go to the next step.
5. Select [Datum Number], then press the ENTER key.
6. Select the datum number, then press the ENTER key. (See Appendix
2.)
7. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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6.3
WAAS Setup
Geostationary satellites, the type used with WAAS, provide more accurate position
data when compared to GPS. These satellites can be tracked automatically or manually. Auto tracking automatically searches for the best geostationary satellite from your
current position.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [GPS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [WAAS], then press the ENTER key.
4. Select [Auto] or [Manual] then press the ENTER key. If you selected
[Auto], go to step 7. For [Manual], go to the next step.
5. Select [WAAS No], then press the ENTER key.
6. Select WAAS number, then press the ENTER key. (The setting range
is 120 - 158. Refer to the following table.)
7. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
Provider
WAAS
EGNOS
MSAS
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Satellite type
Inmarsat-3-F4 (AOR-W)
Inmarsat-3-F3 (POR)
Intelsat Galaxy XV
TeleSat Anik F1R
Inmarsat-3-F2 (AOR-E)
Artemis
Inmarsat-3-F5 (IOR-W)
MTSAT-1R
MTSAT-2
Longitude
142°W
178°E
133°W
107.3°W
15.5°W
21.5°E
25°E
140°E
145°E
Satellite No.
122
134
135
138
120
124
126
129
137
6.4
Satellite Monitor
6. GPS OPERATION
The Satellite Monitor provides the information about GPS and WAAS satellites. See
your GPS navigator's owner's manual for detailed information.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [GPS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Satellite Monitor], then press the ENTER key.
4. Press the ENTER key to close only the satellite monitor display.
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6.5
Self Test
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [GPS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Self Test], then press the ENTER key.
Self Test display
[Program No.]: 10 digit number
[Result]: The result of the test, [OK] or [NG] (No Good). If NG appears, try the self
test again. If it appears again, contact your dealer for advice.
4. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
6.6
Cold Start
Cold start, which clears the Almanac from the GPS receiver, should be done in the
following conditions:
• The GPS receiver has not been powered for a long time.
• The ship has moved far away from the previous fixing position (e.g., more than 500
km).
• Other reason that prevents the receiver from finding its position within five minutes
after you turn on the power.
To do cold start, do the following:
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [GPS], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Cold Start], then press the ENTER key.
4. Use the Cursorpad ( ) to select [Yes], then press the ENTER
key. A long beep sounds at the completion of the cold start.
(To stop cold start, press the MENU/ESC key instead of the ENTER key.)
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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7.
MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter has information about maintenance and troubleshooting that the user
can follow to care for the equipment.
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7.1
Preventive Maintenance
Regular maintenance helps keep your equipment in good condition and prevents future problems. Check the items shown in the table below to help keep your equipment
in good condition for years to come.
Maintenance
Interval
Item
Check point
Remedy
When necessary
LCD
3 to 6
months
Ground terminal on
display unit
Check for tight connection and rust.
Exposed nuts and
bolts on the antenna unit
Check for corroded or
loosened bolts.
Display unit connectors
Antenna radiator
7.2
Dust on the LCD
Remove the dust from the LCD
with the tissue paper and an LCD
cleaner. To remove dirt or salt, use
the LCD cleaner. Change the tissue paper often so as not to
scratch the LCD.
Tighten or replace as necessary.
Check for tight connection.
Tighten if the connectors are loosened.
Check for dirt and cracks
on the radiator surface.
Clean radiator surface with freshwater-moistened cloth. Do not use
plastic solvents to clean.
Clean and repaint as necessary.
Use sealing compound instead of
paint.
Fuse Replacement
The fuse on the power cable protects the equipment from overcurrent and equipment
fault. If the fuse blows, find the cause before you replace the fuse. Use the correct
fuse. A wrong fuse can damage the equipment. If the fuse blows again, contact your
dealer for advice.
WARNING
Use the correct fuse.
A wrong fuse can damage the equipment and
cause fire.
Type
FRU-2P5S-FU-5A-B
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Code No.
000-168-869-10
Remarks
12-24 VDC
7.3
Magnetron Life
When the life of the magnetron is reached, no targets appear on the display. If longrange performance appears to have decreased, contact a FURUNO agent or dealer
about replacement of the magnetron.
Part
Magnetron
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Magnetron type
E3571
Code No.
000-146-867-11
Estimated life
Approx. 2,000 hours
Simple Troubleshooting
This section provides simple troubleshooting procedures which the user can follow to
restore normal operation. If you cannot restore normal operation, do not check inside
the unit. Have a qualified technician check the equipment.
Simple troubleshooting
Problem
You cannot turn on the power.
There is no response when a key is
pressed.
Remedy
• Check for blown fuse.
• Check that the power connector is fastened.
• Check for corrosion on the power cable connector.
• Check for damaged power cable.
• Check battery for correct voltage output.
Turn off and on the power. If you do not get a
response, the key is damaged. Contact your
dealer for instructions.
The power is on and you operated the Check that the antenna cable is fastened.
power key to transmit. The marks and
characters appear, but no echoes appear.
Tuning is correctly adjusted, but sensitivity is poor.
The magnetron may be faulty. Contact your
dealer about replacement of the magnetron.
Poor discrimination in range because
of many echoes from waves.
Adjust the sea clutter.
The range rings are not displayed.
Check that the setting of [Rings Brill] in the
[Brill/Color] menu is set to other than [Off].
You can change the range, but the ra- Reset the power.
dar picture does not change.
The true motion presentation is not
working correctly.
Target is not tracked correctly because of sea clutter.
• Check that the setting of [Display Mode] in
the [Display] menu is set to [True Motion].
• Check if the heading and position data are input and correct.
Adjust the sea clutter and rain clutter.
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7.5
Advanced-level Troubleshooting
This section provides hardware and software troubleshooting procedures for the qualified serviceman.
Advanced-level troubleshooting
Problem
Remedy
Power cannot be
turned on.
1) Mains voltage/polarity
Brilliance adjusted
but no picture.
1) MAIN Board
1) Replace the MAIN board.
Antenna not rotating.
1) Antenna drive mechanism
Gain is maximum
and sea clutter is
minimum. Marks
and indications appear but no noise
or echo.
1) Signal cable between antenna and display unit
2) IF-SPU Board
1) Replace the antenna drive
mechanism.
Marks, indications
and noise appear
but echoes do not.
(Own ship is not
shown.)
1) Magnetron
2) MD-PWR Board
3) IF-SPU Board
The picture has
“frozen”.
1) Heading sensor inside antenna unit
2) MAIN board
Radar is correctly
tuned but sensitivity is poor.
1) Dirt on radiator face
2) Deteriorated magnetron
3) Detuned MIC
Range picture
does not change
when range is
changed.
1) MAIN Board
2) SPU board
Range rings are
not displayed.
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Probable cause or check
points
2) Power supply board
1) Adjust their brilliance on the
[Brill/Color] menu.
2) MAIN Board
1) Correct the wiring and input
voltage.
2) Replace power supply
board.
1) Check continuity and isolation of coaxial cable.
2) Replace IF-SPU Board.
Check coax line MIC and IFSPU board for tight connection. If connection is good,
replace IF-SPU board.
1) Select max. range, then
check magnetron current. If
current is below rated value,
replace magnetron.
2) Replace MD-PWR Board.
3) Replace IF-SPU board.
1) Check connection between
IF-SPU board and heading
sensor.
2) Replace MAIN board.
3) Turn radar off and on.
1) Clean the radiator.
2) Check the magnetron current with radar on max.
range. If the current is below
normal, magnetron may be
defective. Replace the magnetron.
3) Restore default tuning. Replace MIC.
1) Replace MAIN Board.
2) Turn radar off and on.
1) Replace associated circuit
board if unsuccessful.
2) Replace MAIN Board.
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Self Test
7. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
The self test checks the system for correct operation. This test is for use by service
technicians, but the user can do this test to provide the service technician with information.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Tests], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Self Test], then press the ENTER key.
Test results
• [ROM], [RAM]: The results of the ROM and RAM test are displayed as [OK] or
[NG] (No Good).
• [LAN]: The results of the LAN test are displayed as [OK] or [--]. This test requires a special checker. [--] indicates the checker is not connected.
• [NMEA1], [NMEA2]: The results of the ports NMEA1 and NMEA2 are displayed
as OK or [--]. Ports NMEA1 and NMEA2 require a special connector to test
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them. [--] appears when the connector is not connected. If [--] appears when the
connector is connected, contact your dealer for advice.
• [APPLICATION VERSION], [FPGA VERSION]: The program numbers and program version numbers (XX.XX) are displayed.
• [TEMPERATURE]: Temperature of the equipment is shown.
• [INPUT NMEA] window: The condition of all the NMEA sentences being input
to this radar are displayed as OK or "- -". "- -" means no data input. Sentences
are updated every second.
Key check
Press each key one by one. A key’s on-screen location becomes green if the key
is normal.
Cursorpad check
Press each arrow on the Cursorpad one by one. The on-screen location is colored
green if the pressed arrow is normal.
Buzzer check
Press the FUNC key to test the panel buzzer or external buzzer. To stop the buzzer, press the FUNC key again.
Knob control check
Rotate each control knob. The digit (0 to 100) to the right of the control icon increments or decrements with control operation. Push each knob. The knob corresponding on-screen circle changes in green if the knob is normal.
Data display check
Rotate the DATA BOX knob. The display shows [OFF], [NAV], [TGT] or [ALL]
which each increment.
4. Press the MENU/ESC key three times to close the test results.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the menu.
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LCD Test
7. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Tests], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [LCD Test], then press the ENTER key.
4. Press the MENU/ESC key several times to close the menu.
Note: You can adjust the screen brilliance with the
key during the test.
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7. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
7.8
Radar Sensor Test
This test checks the antenna unit (RSB-127-120) for proper operation.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Select [Tests], then press the ENTER key.
3. Select [Radar Sensor Test], then press the ENTER key.
4. Press the MENU/ESC key three times to close the test screen.
7-8
APPENDIX 1 MENU TREE
AP-1
APPENDIX 1 MENU TREE
AP-2
APPENDIX 1 MENU TREE
AP-3
APPENDIX 1 MENU TREE
AP-4
APPENDIX 2 GEODETIC CHART LIST
AP-5
APPENDIX 2 GEODETIC CHART LIST
AP-6
APPENDIX 3 DIGITAL INTERFACE
Input Sentences
All ports common
ALR, BMC, BMR, DBT, DPT, GGA, GLL, GNS, GSA, GSV, HDG, HDM, HDT, MTW, MWV, RMB,
RMC, THS, TTM, VDM, VHW, VTG, VWR, VWT, XTE, ZDA
Output Sentences
The NMEA(HDG) port does not handle all output sentences.
ACK, RSD, TLL, TTM
FURUNO Proprietary Sentences
Input: PFEC (GPast, GPstd, GPtst, GPwav, DRtnm, DRtsm, idfnc, pireq)
Output: PFEC (GPclr, GPint, GPpsp, GPset, GPtrq, GPwas, idatr, idfnc, pidat,)
Data Sentences
Input: PFEC (GPast, GPstd, GPtst, GPwav, DRtnm, DRtsm, idfnc, pireq)
Output: PFEC (GPclr, GPint, GPpsp, GPset, GPtrq, GPwas, idatr, idfnc, pidat,)
Sentence Description
ALR-Set Alarm State
BMC- Bearing and Distance to Waypoint-Great Circle
AP-7
APPENDIX 3 DIGITAL INTERFACE
BWR-Bearing Waypoint to Waypoint
DBT-Depth Below Transducer
DPT-Depth
GGA-Global Positioning System (GPS) Fix Data
AP-8
APPENDIX 3 DIGITAL INTERFACE
GLL-Geographic Position - Latitude/Longitude
GNS-GNSS Fix Data
GSA-GNSS DOP and Active Satellites
GSV-GNSS Satellites in View
AP-9
APPENDIX 3 DIGITAL INTERFACE
HDG-Heading, Deviation and Variation
HDM-Heading, Magnetic
HDT-HeadingTrue
MWV-Wind Speed and Angle
MTW-Water Temperature
RMB-Recommended Minimum Specific Navigation Information
AP-10
APPENDIX 3 DIGITAL INTERFACE
RMC-Recommended Minimum Specific GNSS Data
THS-True Heading and Status
TTM-Tracked Target Message
VDM-AIS VHF Data-Link Message
AP-11
APPENDIX 3 DIGITAL INTERFACE
VHW- Water Speed and Heading
VTG- Course Over Ground and Ground Speed
VWR-Wind Relative Bearing and Velocity
VWT- True Wind Speed and Angle
AP-12
APPENDIX 3 DIGITAL INTERFACE
XTE- Cross-Track Error, Measured
ZDA- Time and Date
AP-13
APPENDIX 4 JIS CABLE GUIDE
AP-14
APPENDIX 5 RADIO REGULATORY
INFORMATION
USA-Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Caution: Exposure to Radio Frequency Radiation.
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65.
This equipment should be installed and operated keeping the radiator at least 85cm or more away
from person's body.
This device must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
AP-15
APPENDIX 5 RADIO REGULATORY INFORMATION
AP-16
APPENDIX 6 ALERT LIST
This radar outputs alert information in ALR format. When the alert status changes from OFF (no
alert) to ON (error), an alert pop-up appears and the audio alarm sounds.
• The alert pop-up can be erased and the audio alarm silenced by pressing any key.
• The alert pop-up and the audio alarm are generated whenever an alarm condition occurs or reoccurs. This condition continues until all the causes for an alert are removed or the alert(s) are
acknowledged.
• When multiple alerts are generated simultaneously, and there is no alert acknowledgement, the
audio alarm continues to sound no matter even if an alert condition has gone. Also, the pop-up
remains displayed and the latest alert appears in the pop-up
• When there is no alert acknowledgment, the audio alarm continues until the condition causing
the alert(s) is removed. The pop-up remains displayed.
• When multiple alerts are generated simultaneously, press any key to acknowledge all alerts.
• To indicate that multiple alerts have been generated simultaneously, the pop-up shows “(!)”after
the alert name, as in the example below.
SIGNAL MISSING ALERTS
This radar releases an audiovisual alarm against missing signals.
• [SIGNAL MISSING] TRIGGER
The trigger signal from the antenna unit is missing.
• [SIGNAL MISSING] HEADING
The heading signal from the antenna unit is missing.
• [SIGNAL MISSING] BEARING
The bearing signal from the antenna unit is missing.
• [SIGNAL MISSING] VIDEO
The video signal from the antenna unit is missing.
• [SIGNAL MISSING] POSITION
NMEA position data is missing.
AP-17
APPENDIX 6 ALERT LIST
• [SIGNAL MISSING] NMEA HDG
NMEA heading signal is missing.
• [SIGNAL MISSING] ANT ERR
No communication with antenna unit for one minute.
TARGET ALARM 1 / TARGET ALARM 2 ALERTS
This radar releases an audiovisual alarm against a target that enters (or exits) the target alarm
zone.
• IN
A target is entering the target alarm zone.
• OUT
A target is exiting the target alarm zone.
TT ALERTS
The audiovisual alarm is given against TT in the following cases.
• COLLISION
A tracked target whose CPA and TCPA are lower than those set for the CPA and TCPA alarm.
• LOST
A tracked target has become lost.
• PROXIMITY
A target is within the range set for the proximity alarm.
AP-18
APPENDIX 6 ALERT LIST
AIS ALERTS
This radar releases an audiovisual alarm against AIS targets in the following cases.
• COLLISION
A AIS target whose CPA and TCPA are lower than the those set for the CPA/TCPA alarm.
• PROXIMITY
A target is within the range set for the proximity alarm.
• TARGET FULL
The capacity for AIS targets has been reached.
AIS SYSTEM ALERTS
This radar releases an audiovisual alarm when it receives an alert (ALR sentence) from the connected AIS transponder. These alerts are as shown in the table below.
ALR No.
ALR No. 1 Alert
ALR No. 2 Alert
ALR No. 3 Alert
ALR No. 4 Alert
ALR No. 5 Alert
ALR No. 6 Alert
ALR No. 7 Alert
ALR No. 8 Alert
ALR No. 9 Alert
ALR No. 10 Alert
ALR No. 11 Alert
ALR No. 14 Alert
ALR No. 25 Alert
ALR No. 26 Alert
ALR No. 29 Alert
ALR No. 30 Alert
ALR No. 32 Alert
ALR No. 35 Alert
Error
TX error
Antenna standing wave abnormality
RX channel 1 (RX1) error
RX channel 2 (RX2) error
RX channel 70 (DSC) error
System failure
Operating without synchronizing with UTC
Loss of minimum input device (MKD)
Position mismatch between internal
GNSS and external GNSS
Nav status is incorrect
Inconsistent with COG and HDG data
Received AIS-SART (emergency info)
Loss of EPFS position-fixing device
Loss of position data
Loss of speed data
Loss of course data
Loss of heading data
Loss of ROT data
Error message
[AIS SYSTEM] TX
[AIS SYSTEM] ANT
[AIS SYSTEM] CH1
[AIS SYSTEM] CH2
[AIS SYSTEM] CH70
[AIS SYSTEM] FAIL
[AIS SYSTEM] UTC
[AIS SYSTEM] MKD
[AIS SYSTEM] GNSS
[AIS SYSTEM] NAV_STATUS
[AIS SYSTEM] HDG_OFFSET
[AIS SYSTEM] SART
[AIS SYSTEM] EPFS
[AIS SYSTEM] L/L
[AIS SYSTEM] SOG
[AIS SYSTEM] COG
[AIS SYSTEM] HDG
[AIS SYSTEM] ROT
AP-19
APPENDIX 6 ALERT LIST
OTHER
• High Temperature
The audiovisual alarm is given when the temperature in the display unit rises above the temperature limit.
AP-20
FURUNO
MODEL1815
SPECIFICATIONS OF MARINE RADAR
MODEL1815
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
ANTENNA UNIT
Antenna type
Radiator length
Horizontal beam width
Vertical beam width
Sidelobe
1.6
Rotation
Patch array
18-inch
5.2°
25°
-20 dB or less (within ±20° of main-lobe)
-25 dB or less (outside ±20° of main-lobe)
24 rpm
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
TRANSCEIVER MODULE (CONTAINED IN ANTENNA UNIT)
Tx frequency
9410±30 MHz
Radiation type
P0N
Output power
4 kW
Duplexer
Ferrite circulator
Intermediate frequency 60 MHz
Range scale, Pulse length (PL) and Pulse repetition rate (PRR)
Range (NM)
PL ( s) PRR (Hz approx.)
0.0625 to 1.5
0.08
360
1.5 to 2
0.3
360
3 to 36
0.8
360
2.7 Minimum range
25 m
2.8 Range resolution
25 m
2.9 Range accuracy
1 % of range in use or 0.01 NM, whichever is greater
2.10 Bearing resolution
5.2°
2.11 Bearing accuracy
±1°
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
DISPLAY UNIT
Screen type
8.4-inch color LCD, 640 (V) x 480 (H) dots, VGA
Effective radar diameter 128 mm
Brightness
0.27 to 600 cd/m 2 typical (16 steps)
Range scales and Ring interval
Range scale (NM) 0.0625 0.125 0.25 0.5 0.75 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 12 16 24 36
Ring interval (NM) 0.03125 0.0625 0.125 0.125 0.25 0.25 0.5 0.5 1 1 2 2 3 4 6 12
Number of rings
2
2
2
4
3
4
3 4 3 4 3 4 4 4 4 3
3.5 Marks
Heading line, Bearing scale, Range ring, Tuning indicator, Cursor,
North mark, Variable range marker (VRM), Electric bearing line
(EBL), Target alarm zone, Zoom window, Waypoint mark*,
Origin mark*
3.6 Alphanumeric indication Range, Range ring interval, Display mode (H UP/ C UP/ N UP/ TM/
TRUE VIEW), Off-center (OFFCENT (M/A/C)), Heading data*,
Target trails, Tuning indicator, Target alarms, Echo stretch (ES),
SP - 1
E3666S01B
170120
FURUNO
MODEL1815
Echo average (EAV), Electric bearing line (EBL), Vector time*,
Range and bearing to cursor or cursor position*, Interference
rejecter (IR), Auto anti-clutter (A/C Auto), Variable range marker
(VRM), Navigation data*(position, speed, course),
TT/AIS/ships target data*
*: external data required
4
4.1
4.2
INTERFACE
Number of ports
NMEA
Contact closure
Data sentences
Input
Output
3 ports (IEC61162-2, I/O: 2, I: 1)
1 port (output for external buzzer, 0.3 A max.)
ALR, BWC, BWR, DBT, DPT, DTM, GGA, GLL, GNS, GSA, GSV,
HDG, HDT, HDM, MTW, MWV, RMB, RMC, THS, TTM, VDM,
VHW, VTG, VWR, VWT, XTE, ZDA
ACK, RSD, TLL, TTM
5
POWER SUPPLY
6
6.1
6.4
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Ambient temperature
Antenna unit
-25°C to +55°C (storage: -30°C to +70°C)
Display unit
-15°C to +55°C (storage: -30°C to +70°C)
Relative humidity
95% or less at +40°C
Degree of protection
Antenna unit
IP26
Display unit
IP56
Vibration
IEC 60945 Ed.4
7
7.1
7.2
UNIT COLOR
Antenna unit
Display unit
6.2
6.3
12-24 VDC: 3.2-1.6 A
N9.5 (cover), PANTONE2945C (bottom)
N2.5
SP - 2
E3666S01B
170120
A-1
A-2
A-3
A-4
A-5
A-6
A-7
A-8
A-9
8/Sep/2016 H.MAKI
2/Feb/2017 H.MAKI
S-1
INDEX
A
AIS
activating targets ..................................... 5-3
controls for .............................................. 5-1
CPA/TCPA alarm .................................... 5-8
display on/off ........................................... 5-1
display range ........................................... 5-5
display sector .......................................... 5-5
lost target ................................................ 5-9
number of targets .................................... 5-6
past position display ................................ 5-7
proximity alarm ........................................ 5-9
sleeping targets ....................................... 5-3
sorting targets ......................................... 5-4
symbol color .......................................... 5-10
symbols ................................................... 5-2
target data ............................................... 5-4
vector ...................................................... 5-6
vector reference ...................................... 5-6
vector time............................................... 5-6
ALARM key ............................................. 2-20
Alert list .................................................AP-17
Alert status .............................................. 2-36
B
Background color .................................... 2-38
Barge mark.............................................. 2-34
Brill/Color menu....................................... 2-41
C
Character color........................................ 2-38
Cold start................................................... 6-4
Color
background ........................................... 2-38
characters ............................................. 2-38
preset .................................................... 2-38
Controls..................................................... 2-1
Course up mode........................................ 2-8
CPA/TCPA alarm
AIS .......................................................... 5-8
TT ............................................................ 4-8
Cursor ..................................................... 2-13
D
DATA BOX knob ..................................... 2-45
Depth unit................................................ 2-44
Digital interface .......................................AP-7
Display brillance ........................................ 2-4
Display menu .......................................... 2-43
Display-curve .......................................... 2-33
E
EBL
measuring bearing by............................ 2-17
reference ............................................... 2-18
Echo area................................................ 2-39
Echo average .......................................... 2-32
Echo color ............................................... 2-38
Echo menu .............................................. 2-43
Echo stretch ............................................ 2-27
F
False echoes ............................................. 3-3
FUNC key................................................ 2-31
Fuse replacement ..................................... 7-2
G
Gain adjustment ...................................... 2-10
Geodetic chart list ...................................AP-5
GPS
cold start.................................................. 6-4
datum ...................................................... 6-1
navigator mode ....................................... 6-1
satellite monitor ....................................... 6-3
test .......................................................... 6-4
WAAS...................................................... 6-2
H
Head up mode........................................... 2-8
Heading line erasure ............................... 2-14
I
Indications ................................................. 2-3
Initial sub menu ....................................... 2-39
Interference rejector ................................ 2-14
J
JIS cable guide......................... AP-14, AP-17
L
LCD test .................................................... 7-7
Lost target
AIS .......................................................... 5-9
TT ............................................................ 4-4
M
Magnetron ................................................. 7-3
Maintenance
fuse replacement..................................... 7-2
magnetron ............................................... 7-3
preventive................................................ 7-2
Menu overview .......................................... 2-4
Menu tree ................................................AP-1
Multiple echoes ......................................... 3-3
N
Navigation data ....................................... 2-45
Noise rejector .......................................... 2-15
North up mode .......................................... 2-8
O
Off-center
automatic............................................... 2-24
custom................................................... 2-23
manual .................................................. 2-23
IN-1
INDEX
mode ......................................................2-23
speed in automatic mode .......................2-24
Origin mark ..............................................2-47
Own ship mark .........................................2-33
P
Panel brillance ...........................................2-4
Past position display
AIS ...........................................................5-7
TT.............................................................4-6
POWER/BRILL key ............................ 2-2, 2-4
Proximity alarm
AIS ...........................................................5-9
TT.............................................................4-9
R
RACON ......................................................3-8
Radar sensor test.......................................7-8
Radio regulator information...................AP-15
Rain clutter adjustment ............................2-12
Range and bearing between two targets .2-19
RANGE knob ...........................................2-10
Range measurement
fixed range rings.....................................2-15
VRM .......................................................2-16
Range ring brilliance ................................2-15
Range unit................................................2-44
S
SART .........................................................3-6
Satellite monitor .........................................6-3
Sea clutter adjustment .............................2-11
Sector blank .............................................2-41
Shadow sector ...........................................3-5
Ship speed unit ........................................2-44
Sidelobe echoes ........................................3-4
Specifications ..........................................SP-1
System configuration ................................... xi
System test ................................................7-5
T
Target alarm
alarm type ..............................................2-21
audio alarm silencing .............................2-21
deactivating ............................................2-22
setting.....................................................2-20
sleeping..................................................2-22
strength level..........................................2-22
Target trails
color .......................................................2-29
erase all trails .........................................2-31
gradation ................................................2-29
level........................................................2-29
mode ......................................................2-28
narrow trails............................................2-30
own ship trail ..........................................2-30
restarting ................................................2-29
time ........................................................2-27
Temperature unit......................................2-44
IN-2
Tests
GPS..........................................................6-4
LCD ..........................................................7-7
radar sensor .............................................7-8
system......................................................7-5
TLL ...........................................................2-47
Troubleshooting
advanced-level .........................................7-4
simple.......................................................7-3
True motion mode ......................................2-9
True view mode..........................................2-9
TT
acquiring targets automatically.................4-3
acquiring targets manually .......................4-2
controls for ...............................................4-1
CPA/TCPA alarm .....................................4-8
display on/off ............................................4-2
lost target .................................................4-4
own ship vector ........................................4-6
past position display.................................4-6
precautions...............................................4-1
proximity alarm.........................................4-9
stopping tracking ......................................4-3
symbol color .............................................4-2
target data ................................................4-7
vector description .....................................4-4
vector reference .......................................4-5
Tuning ........................................................2-6
U
Units menu ...............................................2-44
V
Vector
description, AIS ........................................5-6
description, TT .........................................4-4
own ship ...................................................4-6
reference, AIS ..........................................5-6
reference, TT............................................4-5
Virtual image ..............................................3-4
VRM
measuring range by ...............................2-16
unit for ....................................................2-17
W
Watchman ................................................2-35
Waypoint marker ......................................2-46
Wind speed unit .......................................2-44
Wiper........................................................2-32
Z
Zoom
non-tracked target ..................................2-25
reference ................................................2-24
TT or AIS target......................................2-26
Declaration of Conformity
Bulgarian
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Spanish
(ES)
Czech
(CS)
Danish
(DA)
German
(DE)
Estonian
(ET)
Greek
(EL)
English
(EN)
French
(FR)
Croatian
(HR)
Italian
(IT)
Latvian
(LV)
[MODEL1815]
Furuno Electric Co., Ltd.
,
2014/53/
.
:
Por la presente, Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. declara que el tipo de equipo
radioeléctrico arriba mencionado es conforme con la Directiva 2014/53/UE.
El texto completo de la declaración UE de conformidad está disponible en la
dirección Internet siguiente:
Tímto Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. prohlašuje, že výše zmín né typ rádiového
za ízení je v souladu se sm rnicí 2014/53/EU.
Úplné zn ní EU prohlášení o shod je k dispozici na této internetové adrese:
Hermed erklærer Furuno Electric Co., Ltd., at ovennævnte radioudstyr er i
overensstemmelse med direktiv 2014/53/EU.
EU-overensstemmelseserklæringens fulde tekst kan findes på følgende
internetadresse:
Hiermit erklärt die Furuno Electric Co., Ltd., dass der oben genannte
Funkanlagentyp der Richtlinie 2014/53/EU entspricht.
Der vollständige Text der EU-Konformitätserklärung ist unter der folgenden
Internetadresse verfügbar:
Käesolevaga deklareerib Furuno Electric Co., Ltd., et ülalmainitud raadioseadme
tüüp vastab direktiivi 2014/53/EL nõuetele.
ELi vastavusdeklaratsiooni täielik tekst on kättesaadav järgmisel
internetiaadressil:
Furuno Electric Co., Ltd.,
2014/53/
.
:
Hereby, Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. declares that the above-mentioned radio
equipment type is in compliance with Directive 2014/53/EU.
The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following
internet address:
Le soussigné, Furuno Electric Co., Ltd., déclare que l'équipement radioélectrique
du type mentionné ci-dessusest conforme à la directive 2014/53/UE.
Le texte complet de la déclaration UE de conformité est disponible à l'adresse
internet suivante:
Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. ovime izjavljuje da je gore re eno radijska oprema tipa
u skladu s Direktivom 2014/53/EU.
Cjeloviti tekst EU izjave o sukladnosti dostupan je na sljede oj internetskoj
adresi:
Il fabbricante, Furuno Electric Co., Ltd., dichiara che il tipo di apparecchiatura
radio menzionato sopra è conforme alla direttiva 2014/53/UE.
Il testo completo della dichiarazione di conformità UE è disponibile al seguente
indirizzo Internet:
Ar šo Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. deklar , ka augst k min ts radioiek rta atbilst
Direkt vai 2014/53/ES.
Pilns ES atbilst bas deklar cijas teksts ir pieejams š d interneta vietn :
Lithuanian Aš, Furuno Electric Co., Ltd., patvirtinu, kad pirmiau min ta radijo rengini tipas
atitinka Direktyv 2014/53/ES.
(LT)
Visas ES atitikties deklaracijos tekstas prieinamas šiuo interneto adresu:
Hungarian Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. igazolja, hogy fent említett típusú rádióberendezés
megfelel a 2014/53/EU irányelvnek.
(HU)
Az EU-megfelel ségi nyilatkozat teljes szövege elérhet a következ internetes
címen:
Maltese
(MT)
Dutch
(NL)
Polish
(PL)
B'dan, Furuno Electric Co., Ltd., niddikjara li msemmija hawn fuq-tip ta' tag mir
tar-radju huwa konformi mad-Direttiva 2014/53/UE.
It-test kollu tad-dikjarazzjoni ta' konformità tal-UE huwa disponibbli f'dan l-indirizz
tal-Internet li ej:
Hierbij verklaar ik, Furuno Electric Co., Ltd., dat het hierboven genoemde type
radioapparatuur conform is met Richtlijn 2014/53/EU.
De volledige tekst van de EU-conformiteitsverklaring kan worden geraadpleegd
op het volgende internetadres:
Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. niniejszym o wiadcza, e wy ej wymieniony typ
urz dzenia radiowego jest zgodny z dyrektyw 2014/53/UE.
Pe ny tekst deklaracji zgodno ci UE jest dost pny pod nast puj cym adresem
internetowym:
Portuguese O(a) abaixo assinado(a) Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. declara que o mencionado
acima tipo de equipamento de rádio está em conformidade com a Diretiva
(PT)
2014/53/UE.
O texto integral da declaração de conformidade está disponível no seguinte
endereço de Internet:
Romanian
(RO)
Slovak
(SK)
Slovenian
(SL)
Finnish
(FI)
Swedish
(SV)
Prin prezenta, Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. declar c men ionat mai sus tipul de
echipamente radio este în conformitate cu Directiva 2014/53/UE.
Textul integral al declara iei UE de conformitate este disponibil la urm toarea
adres internet:
Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. týmto vyhlasuje, že vyššie spomínané rádiové
zariadenie typu je v súlade so smernicou 2014/53/EÚ.
Úplné EÚ vyhlásenie o zhode je k dispozícii na tejto internetovej adrese:
Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. potrjuje, da je zgoraj omenjeno tip radijske opreme
skladen z Direktivo 2014/53/EU.
Celotno besedilo izjave EU o skladnosti je na voljo na naslednjem spletnem
naslovu:
Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. vakuuttaa, että yllä mainittu radiolaitetyyppi on
direktiivin 2014/53/EU mukainen.
EU-vaatimustenmukaisuusvakuutuksen täysimittainen teksti on saatavilla
seuraavassa internetosoitteessa:
Härmed försäkrar Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. att ovan nämnda typ av
radioutrustning överensstämmer med direktiv 2014/53/EU.
Den fullständiga texten till EU-försäkran om överensstämmelse finns på
följande webbadress:
Online Resource
http://www.furuno.com/en/support/red_doc
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