Manuale Inglese Nav-Station Antenna GPS

Manuale Inglese Nav-Station Antenna GPS
GSU series
SMART DGPS RECEIVER
User Manual
code: (MAGSUxx1AE-B140408e)
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Important Information
3. Remove the template and let the cable go through the central
hole.
4. Apply a small coat of RTV to the underside of the antenna.
5. Place the antenna and then screw it with the three M3 screws.
CAUTION
The SMART DGPS RECEIVER "GSU series" units are believed to be accurate and
reliable, but they can be misinterpreted. For this reason we suggest that you read
carefully this User Manual and make sure you understand with its contents before
using the SMART DGPS RECEIVER "GSU series" units. For a safe navigation compare
information received from GPS to all available navigation indications received
from other electronic navigation navaids that you carry on board.
Do not open the SMART DGPS RECEIVER "GSU series" units. There are not
serviceable parts inside. Repairs should only be made by an authorized electronic
technician, please contact your local dealer (any unauthorized repair could result
in damage to the unit and this damage may not be covered by the warranty).
LIMITED WARRANTY
The manufacturer warrants each SMART DGPS RECEIVER "GSU series" units to be
free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for
a period of 24 months from original retail purchase. During the warranty period,
the manufacturer will repair or replace any component which fails in normal use
without charges for parts or labour.
Fig. 1.5.1b - Installing GPS Antenna (III)
30mm
[1.18”]
98mm [3.86"]
60mm [2.63"]
1.5.2 Dimensions
Fig. 1.5.2 - GPS Antenna Dimensions
To receive warranty service, contact your local authorized dealer for shipping
instructions. The SMART DGPS RECEIVER "GSU series" unit should be securely
packed with its tracking code clearly written on the outside of the package, shipping
to be paid by the customer. Include a copy of the original sales receipt as the
proof of purchase. The manufacturer will return the SMART DGPS RECEIVER "GSU
series" unit to the purchaser freight prepaid.
This limited warranty does not extent to any SMART DGPS RECEIVER "GSU series"
unit which has been subjected to misuse, neglect, accident, incorrect wiring or
improper installation. The manufacturer reserves the right to repair or replace the
SMART DGPS RECEIVER "GSU series" unit at its sole discretion.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties either expressed or implied.
THIS IS THE ONLY WARRANTY. THE MANUFACTURER EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY
AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF SUITABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT WILL MANUFACTURER BE
LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSS OF USE. THIS WARRANTY GIVES
YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS WHICH MAY VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
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We will not be liable for errors contained herein, or for incidental or
consequential damages in connection with the performance or use of this
material.
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Contents
1.5
MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS & MOUNTING
GSU MODEL
1.5.1 Installing
Important Information
CAUTION
LIMITED WARRANTY
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1. SMART DGPS RECEIVER ................................................................................. 5
1.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................... 5
1.1.1 Physical Characteristics ........................................................................ 5
1.1.2 Electrical Characteristics ....................................................................... 5
1.1.3 Performance
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1.1.4 Environmental Characteristics ............................................................... 6
1.2 WIRING
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1.2.1 Diagram for GSU with connector ........................................................... 6
1.2.2 Diagram for GSU ................................................................................. 6
1.3 SOFTWARE INTERFACE ................................................................................. 6
1.4 MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS & MOUNTING GSU WITH CONNECTOR MODEL .... 7
1.4.1 Installing
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1.4.2 Dimensions
................................................................................. 8
1.5 MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS & MOUNTING GSU MODEL ............................... 9
1.5.1 Installing
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1.5.2 Dimensions
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Choose a location for the antenna that has a clear view of the sky. Ensure there
are no major obstructions or fixtures in the immediate proximity to the antenna.
The antenna relies on direct “line of sight” satellite reception. If you are unsure
that the chosen location is suitable it may be advisable to mount the antenna in a
temporary manner to verify correct operation. The thread used on the antenna
(1", 14 TPI) is an industry standard thread used on a wide range of mounting
brackets, including the swivel joints commonly used for angled surfaces. However
due to the manufacturing process of these mounting brackets you may see that
there is some slop when tightening down the antenna to the bracket. This is of no
concern however as the antenna must be tightened until the antenna stops rotating
on the antenna mounting bracket.
Fig. 1.5.1 - Installing GPS Antenna (I)
The antenna design also allows for easy flush mounting.
1. Apply the adhesive mounting template sheet in the area that was
verified to receive satellite signal well.
2. Then, following template instruction, drill a 0,31" (8 mm) hole
and three 0,13" (3.2 mm) holes.
mm
Ø3.2
3”]
[0.1
[0.31"]
Ø8 mm
GPS OVERALL SHAPE
Fig. 1.5.1a - Installing GPS Antenna (II)
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1.
SMART DGPS RECEIVER
This SMART DGPS RECEIVER is based on a ultimate 16 channels GPS engine that
delivers accuracy better than three meters by decoding the GPS correction signals from the satellite-based WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System). The GPS
engine, interface electronics and the passive antenna are enclosed inside the
water-proof plastic housing. This provides advanced state of the art GPS performance in an easy to use package.
1.1
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1.1 Physical Characteristics
♦
Fig. 1.4.1b - Installing GPS Antenna (III)
♦
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1.4.2 Dimensions
♦
98mm [3.86"]
60mm [2.63"]
♦
41mm [1.61"]
: Ivory white
: 97mm in diameter x 32mm in height (flush
mounted) or 61.5mm on flag-pole mount
Weight
: 160 grams (without cable)
Cable GSU
: white 15 meter 8x28AWG cable with 6
pins female connector
Cable GSU with connector : white 15 meter 8x28AWG cable with 6
pins female and 8 pins female connectors
1.1.2 Electrical Characteristics
♦
♦
♦
Input Voltage
Power Consumption
Electrical Interface
: 10 Vdc to 35 Vdc unregulated
: 0.8 W max
: TTL voltage levels, RS-232 polarity
1.1.3 Performance
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Receiving Method
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Receiving Frequency
Receiving Sensitivity
Time to First Fix (TTFF)
Warm Start : 33 seconds (typical)
Cold Start : 40 seconds (typical)
Accuracy
Position
: Less than 2.5mCEP1 5.0mSEP2: GPS:(SA=OFF; HDOP<4)
Less than 2.0mCEP1 3.0mSEP2: DGPS:(SA=OFF; HDOP<4)
Dynamics
Acceleration : Strong Signals <= 4g
Weak Signals typical 1g
Altitude3
: 18000m
Velocity3
: 1850Km/h (515 m/sec)
DGPS format
: WAAS; EGNOS; MSAS
Output format
: NMEA-0183 Baud rate 4800 N81
NMEA Output messages
: GGA, RMC, GSA, GSV, TXT
Geodetic Datum
: WGS84
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Fig. 1.4.2 - GPS Antenna Dimensions
Color
Dimensions
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♦
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♦
♦
♦
: 16 channels parallel (up to 3 for WAAS
Satellites)
: 1575.42MHz (L1, C/A code)
: Less than -134 dBm
NOTE1 CEP = Circular Error Probability: The radius of a horizontal circle, centered at
the antenna's True position, containing 50% of the fixes.
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1.4
NOTE2 SEP = Spherical Error Probability: The radius of the sphere, centered at the
antenna's True position, containing 50% of the fixes.
NOTE
3
One of this limit can exceeded but not both.
1.4.1 Installing
1.1.4 Environmental Characteristics
♦
♦
♦
♦
1.2
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Water Resistance
: from 0°C to +60°C
: from -20°C to +85°C
: 95% non-condensing
: IPX7
WIRING
See the following tables for a functional description of each wire in the GPS cable.
1.2.1 Diagram for GSU with connector
2
1 7
2 6
3 4 5
1 5
6
3 4
CONNECTOR,
6 pins
1
2
3
6
CONNECTOR,
8 pins
7
RED
+10-35 Vdc
1
GREEN
GPS RX+
2
GPS TX+
BROWN
BLACK/YELLOW/SHIELD GND/COMMON 3,6
CABLE,
Wire Color
MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS & MOUNTING
GSU WITH CONNECTOR MODEL
Choose a location for the antenna that has a clear view of the sky. Ensure there
are no major obstructions or fixtures in the immediate proximity to the antenna.
The antenna relies on direct “line of sight” satellite reception. If you are unsure
that the chosen location is suitable it may be advisable to mount the antenna in a
temporary manner to verify correct operation. The thread used on the antenna
(1", 14 TPI) is an industry standard thread used on a wide range of mounting
brackets, including the swivel joints commonly used for angled surfaces. However
due to the manufacturing process of these mounting brackets you may see that
there is some slop when tightening down the antenna to the bracket. This is of no
concern however as the antenna must be tightened until the antenna stops rotating on the antenna mounting bracket.
SMART GPS
SENSOR
FUNCTION
1 7
2 86
3 4 5
Fig. 1.2.1 - GPS Connection for GSU with connector
1.2.2 Diagram for GSU
Fig. 1.4.1 - Installing GPS Antenna (I)
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CONNECTOR,
6 pins
1
2
3
6
1 5
6
3 4
CABLE,
Wire Color
RED
GREEN
BROWN
BLACK/YELLOW/SHIELD
FUNCTION
+10-35 Vdc
GPS RX+
GPS TX+
GND/COMMON
SMART GPS
SENSOR
Fig. 1.2.2 - GPS Connection for GSU
WARNING!!!
The antenna design also allows for easy flush mounting.
1. Apply the adhesive mounting template sheet in the area that was
verified to receive satellite signal well.
2. Then, following template instruction, drill a 1" (25 mm) hole and
three 0,13" (3.2 mm) holes.
Cross check the connection on the User Manual of the device connected
to the GPS.
Ø25mm [1”]
1.3
mm
Ø3.2
3”]
[0.1
SOFTWARE INTERFACE
The GPS products interface protocol design is based on the National Marine
Electronics Association's NMEA 0183 ASCII interface specification. These standards
are defined in "NMEA 0183 Version 2.0" (for more information see NMEA,
www.nmea.org).
GPS OVERALL SHAPE
Fig. 1.4.1a - Installing GPS Antenna (II)
3. Remove the template and let the cable go through the central
hole.
4. Apply a small coat of RTV to the underside of the antenna.
5. Place the antenna and then screw it with the three M3 screws.
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