This guide provides the basic operating and
installation procedures for this equipment. For
detailed information, see the Operator's Manual.
GPS NAVIGATOR
Mounting Location of Antenna
English
This fiqure shows the separation distances from other antennas to avoid mutual interference.
INMARSAT B/F ANTENNA
Model
INMARSAT C ANTENNA
GP-39
User’s Guide
The brand and product names mentioned in this
guide are trademarks, registered trademarks or
service marks of their respective holders.
How to select a language
WHIP ANTENNA
(MF/HF)
RX WHIP ANTENNA
More
than
3M
More than 1 M
More than 1 M
MENU
ENT
CNTR
DISP
GOTO
MARK
MOB
B
BR
RIL
IL
L
WHIP ANTENNA
(VHF/UHF)
Only once after
installation.
GP-39
L
LOOP ANTENNA
How to adjust brilliance of LCD and key
GPS ANTENNA
*
GP-39
BR
GP-39
More
than
0.5 M
More than 4 M
More than 4 M
1.5 M
10 cm
1.5 m
30 cm
3m
How to go to/Edit/Delete a waypoint
Steering
Highway
GO TO
299
29
99
*: Distance depends on mast diameter.
Distance (Minimum)
How to select a display
Plotter
DO NOT MOUNT WITHIN RADAR BEAM.
Mast Diameter
IL
L
MORE THAN 4 M
DO NOT MOUNT
WITHIN INMARSAT BEAM.
20.0
350
MAIN MAST
166
0.46
DISP
DISP
N
E
14.6
14.6
300
0.46
00 15
299
DISP
WIRE ANTENNA (MF/HF)
Navigation
Mast Mounting
34 44.589 N
135 21.074 E
DISP
14.6
a) Use mast mounting kit CP20-01111.
DISP
Using cable guide
User 2
Mast
ø25 - 70
Pipe
Cable fixture
ENT
CNTR
40.0
DISP
40.0
N
E
DISP
12.0
Wrap Tape
Wrap Tape
Pipe
How to enter a waypoint
Cable tie
(Local supply)
Mounting Bracket
(Plotter display only)
GP-39
Fix cable with sealant
Satellite monitor
User 1
1 60
1.60
Hose clamp
Antenna Cable
300
b) Use a pipe only.
Cable tie
(Local supply)
Antenna cable
Keep cable aside not
to damage the cable.
Move the
cursor ( ).
ENT
CNTR
(Other than plotter display)
MARK
MOB
Current ship
position is set
as a waypoint.
WPxxxx
ENT
CNTR
Goto
Move
Edit
Delete
ENT
CNTR
How to enter a MOB
MARK
MOB
ENT
CNTR
Long press
Pub. No. E42-01510-A
(1602, TASU) GP-39
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See Operator’ s Manual on how to create a route from a registered waypoint.
ENT
CNTR
ENT
CNTR
Interconnection with other equipment
Note for treatment of LCD
Wipe the LCD carefully to prevent
scratching, using tissue paper and a
soft cloth. To remove dirt or salt,
use a damp soft cloth, wiping slowly
so as to dissolve the dirt or salt.
Rinse the cloth regularly so the dirt
or salt will not scratch the LCD. Do
not use solvents such as thinner,
acetone or benzene for cleaning.
Also, do not use degreaser or
antifog solution, as they can strip
the coating from the LCD.
Antenna Unit
GPA-017
WHITE
TD-A
GP-39
MENU
ENT
CNTR
DISP
GOTO
MARK
MOB
B
RD-H
TD-B
BLUE
RD-C
RD-H
YELLOW
TD-H
RD-C
GREEN
TD-C
External
Equipment
Fish Finder
PPI Sonar
Radar
Troubleshooting
This section provides simple troubleshooting procedures which the user can follow to restore normal operation. If you cannot restore
normal operation, do not attempt to check inside the unit. Any trouble should be referred to a qualified technician.
Symptom
Remedy
You cannot turn on the power.
Check that power cable is firmly fastened.
Check for damaged power cable and connector.
Check battery for proper voltage output.
No picture appears.
Press the
There is no response when a key is pressed.
Turn off and on the power. If no change, ask your dealer.
Position is not fixed within 90 seconds.
Check that antenna connector is firmly fastened.
L
RED
BLACK
FUSE 1.5A
(-)
Standard supply unit is
GROUND
12-24VDC shown with solid line.
(+)
Display Unit
GP-39
Check the number of satellites on Satellite Monitor display. If there are two or less,
check for obstructions between antenna unit and satellites.
Position is wrong.
Check that the correct geodetic chart system is selected on the GPS Setting screen.
Outline Drawing
NAME PLATE
FIXING HOLES
4-Ø6
POWER
CONNECTOR
85
ANT CONNECTOR
#100
74
48
Û
#80
35
100
184
19
REAR
VIEW
154
17.5
GND TERMINAL
175
Attaching/Detaching the display unit to/from the hanger
To detach the receiver unit from the hanger, align the arrow marks on the unit and hanger.
If the arrows are not aligned when you detach the unit, you may damage the unit or the hanger.
㾎
Enter position offset on the GPS Setting screen.
Bearing is wrong.
Check [Magnetic Variation] on the Plotter Setup screen.
Use of the proper fuse
USB
CONNECTOR
85
65±0.5
92.5
163±0.5
#80
/BRILL key several times to adjust the brilliance.
RIL
Use of the wrong fuse can damage the equipment or cause fire.
The 1.5 A fuse (Type: FGMB 125V 1.5A PBF, Code No.: 000-157-464-10) in the fuse holder inside of the unit protects the unit from
overcurrent and equipment fault. If you cannot turn on the power, check the fuse to see if it has blown. If the fuse has blown, find
the reason before you replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again after the replacement, contact your dealer for advice.
SPECIFICATIONS
1 ANTENNA UNIT
1.1 Receiving channel
1.2 Rx frequency
1.3 Rx code
1.4 Position fixing system
1.5 Position accuracy
1.6 Tracking velocity
1.7 Position fixing time
1.8 Position update interval
GPS: 12 channels parallel, 12 satellites tracking SBAS: 2 channels
1575.42 MHz ±1.023 MHz
GPS: C/A code, SBAS: L1 C/A
All in view, 8 state Kalman filter
GPS 10 m (95% of the time, HDOP ≦ 4) WAAS 3 m (95% of the time, HDOP ≦ 4)
1000 kn
MSAS 7 m (95% of the time, HDOP ≦ 4)
Warm start: 30 s approx., Cold start: 90 s approx., Hot start 1 s approx.
1s
2 DISPLAY UNIT
2.1 Display system
2.2 Display mode
2.3 Brilliance
2.4 Projection
2.5 Range scale
2.6 Memory capacity
2.7 Storage capacity
2.8 Alarms
4.2-inch Color LCD, 480 x 272 dots, 92.88 (W) x 52.632 (H) mm
Plotter, Highway, Steering, NAV data, Satellite monitor, User display
700 cd/m2 nominal
Mercator
Plotter: 0.02/0.05/0.1/0.2/0.5/1/2/5/10/20/40/80/160/320 NM Highway: 0.2/0.4/0.8/1/2/4/8/16 NM
Track: 3000 pts, Waypoint: 10,000 pts w/ comment 13 character
100 routes w/ 30 waypoint each
Arrival and anchor watch, Cross track error, Ship’ s speed, WAAS, Time, Trip
3 INTERFACE
3.1 Number of ports
3.2 Data sentences
NMEA0183 V1.5/2.0/3.0: 1 port, current roop USB: 1 port, USB2.0
Input: RTE, TLL
Output: AAM, APB, BOD, BWC, BWR, DTM, GGA, GLL, GSA, GSV, RMB, RMC, VTG, XTE, ZDA
3.3 Output proprietary sentences PFEC
GPrst, GPrtc, GPwpl, GPxfr, SDmrk
4 POWER SUPPLY
4.1 Display unit
12-24 VDC: 0.7-0.3 A
5 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
5.1 Ambient temperature
Antenna unit -25°C to +70°C (storage: -30°C to +75°C)
Display unit -15°C to +55°C (storage: -30°C to +75°C)
5.2 Relative humidity
93% or less at +40°C
5.3 Degree of protection
Antenna unit IP56
Display unit IP55
5.4 Vibration
IEC 60945 Ed.4
6 UNIT COLOR
6.1 Antenna unit
6.2 Display unit
N9.5
N1.0
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