NSR_NAS1000_Manual
NAS-1000
AIS-SART
USER’S MANUAL
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NOTICE TO USERS
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Thanks for your purchasing this product NAS-1000 AIS-SART.
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Please read this manual carefully to ensure proper use before installation and
use of the NAS-1000.
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NEW SUNRISE will assume no responsibility for the damage caused by
improper use or modification of the product or claims of loss of profit by a
third party.
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NEW SUNRISE reserves the right of continuous improvement on products
both in software and in hardware without any prior notice.
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The copyright of this manual is owned by the manufacturer, NEW SUNRISE.
Prior written permission is required for copying or reproducing the manual or
part of the manual.
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Please keep the manual for your future reference.
WARNING
The battery should be replaced when the marked expiry date is reached.
Dispose the lithium batteries carefully. Lithium batteries should have two poles
insulated prior to disposal because the remaining power could cause severe harm
to human beings. Local regulations should be followed when batteries are
disposed in order to protect your environments.
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HOW TO ACTIVATE NAS-1000
1. Take off NAS-1000 from the installation bracket.
2. Pull off the red pin and move the operation handle to ON.
3. Check the LED indicator. While LED flashing, NAS-1000 is activated but GPS
position is not available. While LED steadily on, GPS position is available.
4. Check the sound of the internal buzzer. An audible beep suggests a message is being
transmitted. Usually a burst of eight short beeps can be heard per minute, which
suggest eight messages are transmitted every minute.
5. Hold NAS-1000 in a vertical position to maximize the transmitting efficiency.
6. Keep NAS-1000 as high as possible by using the telescopic pole supplied or hanging
NAS-1000 in the life raft by using the rope supplied.
WARNING:
Do not activate the NAS-1000 unless in case of emergency. If the NAS-1000 is
activated for any reasons, except for short tests, the battery pack in NAS-1000 should
be replaced to maintain enough life of batteries. The red pin should also be replaced
because it cannot restore to its right state after being pulled off.
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Table of Contents
1. HOW TO ACTIVATE ........................................................................................... 2
1.1 ON VESSEL .................................................................................................... 2
1.2 IN LIFE RAFT ................................................................................................. 3
2. HOW TO TEST ................................................................................................... 4
3. HOW TO MOUNT ............................................................................................... 6
4. PERIODIC INSPECTION .................................................................................... 7
4.1 EVERY SIX MONTHS .................................................................................... 7
4.2 EVERY FIVE YEARS ..................................................................................... 7
5. HOW TO REPLACE BATTERY ........................................................................ 8
5.1 BATTERY REPLACEMENT ............................................................................ 8
5.2 BATTERY DISPOSAL ..................................................................................... 8
6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................... 9
CHECK LIST BEFORE DELIVERY ..................................................................... 10
INSPECTION RECORDS (EVERY 6 MONTHS) ............................................ 11
INSPECTION RECORDS (EVERY 6 MONTHS) ............................................ 12
INSPECTION RECORDS (EVERY 5 YEARS) ............................................... 13
INSPECTION RECORDS (EVERY 5 YEARS) ............................................... 14
MEMO...................................................................................................................... 15
APPENDIX SIZE DRAWING ............................................................................... 17
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PRODUCT OUTLINE
AIS-SART is an emergency device used for life raft. When activated, AIS-SART will
transmit messages to indicate the position of AIS-SART. The vessels and rescue planes
nearby can receive the position reports sent by AIS-SART to easily locate the life raft in
distress.
NAS-1000 AIS-SART conforms to the requirements set in IMO IMSC 246 (83). As a part
of GMDSS, AIS-SART shares the same role as RADAR-SART (search and rescue
transponder).
RADAR-SART is used to locate a target by signal reflected to a radar. In this case, only
rough position is read on radar screen with bearing.
However, AIS-SART could provide accurate position with built-in GPS receiver, which can
facilitate the rescue work greatly.
AIS-SART transmits on dual channel, CH2087 and CH2088.
The maximum communication range depends on both heights of transmitting antenna and
receiving antenna.
A=2.5(√H+√h)
(nm)
H and h refer to the heights in meter of antennas above sea.
As required, AIS-SART should cover at least 5nm on the condition that transmitting
antenna at lift raft is 1m high and the receiving antenna 16m high.
Unique identifier (User ID) is used in AIS-SART to ensure the integrity of the VHF data
link. The ID is programmed during production and marked on the case. The ID can not be
changed after programmed unless done by manufacturer.
The ID for an AIS-SART is 970xxyyyy, where xx=manufacturer ID, as 26 for NSR; yyyy
=s/n set by manufacturer. For example, 970260008.
When a position report is received with such a MMSI, together with safety message
“SART ACTIVE”, it should be transmitted from an AIS-SART.
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1. HOW TO ACTIVATE
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1.1 ON VESSEL
When still onboard the vessel, activate AIS-SART in below steps:
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Take off NAS-1000 from the installation bracket.
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Pull off the red pin and rotate the operation handle to ON.
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Check the LED indicator. While LED flashing, NAS-1000 is activated but
GPS position is not available. While LED steadily on, GPS position is
available.
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Check the sound of the internal buzzer. An audible beep suggests a message is
being transmitted. Usually a burst of eight short beeps can be heard per
minute, which suggests eight messages are transmitted every minute.
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Hold NAS-1000 in a vertical position to maximize the transmitting efficiency.
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Keep NAS-1000 as high as possible by using the telescopic pole supplied.
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To deactivate NAS-1000, rotate the operation handle to OFF.
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1.2 IN LIFE RAFT
Activate AIS-SART in life raft in below steps:
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Keep NAS-1000 as high as possible by using the telescopic pole supplied or
hanging NAS-1000 in the life raft by using the rope supplied.
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Pull off the red pin and rotate the operation handle to ON.
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Check the LED indicator. While LED flashing, the transmitter is activated but
GPS position is not available. While LED steadily on, GPS position is
available.
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Check the sound of the internal buzzer. An audible beep suggests a message is
being transmitted. Usually a burst of eight short beeps can be heard per
minute, which suggests eight messages are transmitted every minute.
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To deactivate NAS-1000, rotate the operation handle to OFF.
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2. HOW TO TEST
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Take off NAS-1000 from the
bracket.
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Hold NAS-1000 in open space
outdoor.
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Rotate the operation handle to
TEST.
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Check LED status. If LED flashes,
GPS position is not available. If
LED steadily on, GPS position is
available.
Only
when
GPS
position is available, NAS-1000 starts to transmit. If GPS position can not be
available within 15 minutes, NAS-1000 will also transmit but with default
position/COG/SOG.
Usually GPS position can be available in one minute in open space. If GPS can
not be available (LED flashes) after long time, NAS-1000 may be faulty. In such
a case, please contact manufacturer or your local supplier for service.
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When NAS-1000 is transmitting, one burst of 8 short beeps can be heard, which
suggests 8 messages be sent. Afterwards, one dash can be heard, which indicates
that transmission is completed.
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Rotate the operation handle back to OFF. If the handle is still left on TEST
position after the test, fast beeps will be heard to remind the operator to switch
off the NAS-1000 immediately.
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Check whether the shipborne AIS MKD has received and displayed the message
transmitted from NAS-1000.
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Check the target list on MKD. There should be a target with the same
MMSI as the USER ID.
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A safety-related message “SART TEST” should be received from the
same MMSI as the USER ID.
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Place NAS-1000 back to the bracket.
Don’t pull the red pin when test. The red pin can not be restored to its original status
after pulled. Pull the pin only when activate NAS-1000 in emergency.
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CAUTION:
Even in low output power, NAS-1000’s transmission can be well received by vessels
nearby. Frequent tests should be avoided not only for interference but also for
battery-saving.
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3. HOW TO MOUNT
NAS-1000 is mounted with the wall bracket in the bridge. The bracket should be mounted
in a vertical position and in a place where NAS-1000 is of easy access in case of an
emergency. NAS-1000 is mounted in such a position to avoid direct sunshine and heating
source.
Fit the black bracket on the wall using four screws supplied, and then insert the NAS-1000
into the bracket.
Before inserting NAS-1000, OPEN the cap of the pole, put the pole into the black hole on
NAS-1000 from upside and then cover the cape on the pole.
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4. PERIODIC INSPECTION
Periodic inspection is very important to ensure AIS-SART in a good condition. Each test
should be executed in short time because any test could reduce the life of the batteries.
4.1 Every six months
The inspection every six months should be carried out by operators on board. The
inspection should cover the following items:
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Carry out test procedure by following HOW TO TEST.
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Check whether any damage can be viewed.
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Check the expiry date of the batteries.
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Record the inspection result.
4.2 Every five years
The inspection every five years should be carried out by manufacturer or authorized dealers.
The inspection should cover the following items:
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Replace the battery pack together with the case and gasket.
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Check the watertightness of the case.
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Carry out complete performance test.
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Record the inspection result.
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5. HOW TO REPLACE BATTERY
5.1 Battery Replacement
The expiry date of the batteries is marked on the case of NAS-1000. The batteries should
be replaced before the expiry date.
The following items are to be replaced together:
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Radome case of batteries (with operation instruction printed on the case)
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Case cover
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Colorless indicator cover
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Gasket
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Batteries
All above items are combined into a battery module, NBT100.
NSR guarantees the quality of NAS-1000 only when original NBT100 battery module is
supplied by NSR.
5.2 Battery Disposal
Warning:Lithium batteries should have two terminals insulated prior to disposal because
the remained power could cause sever harm to human beings. Local regulations should be
followed when batteries are disposed in order to protect your environments.
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6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
⑴ TX Frequency:
AIS 1: 161.975MHz (CH2087)
AIS 2: 162.025MHz (CH2088)
⑵ Carrier Power:
1W
⑶ Frequency Error:
≤0.5kHz
⑷ Communication Coverage:
≥5nm
⑸ Temperature range:
Operating: -20℃ ~ +55℃
Storage:
-30℃ ~ +70℃
⑹ Size:
95(D)×377(H)mm
⑺ Weight:
Abt. 900g
⑻ Battery:
DC7.2V
96 hours operation in activation mode
5 years storage
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CHECK LIST BEFORE DELIVERY
Battery:
Expiry date:
Watertightness verification:
Mounting bracket:
Transmission test:
General operation:
USER ID:
NEXT INSPECTION DUE ON:
Date:
Signature and stamp:
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INSPECTION RECORDS (every 6 months)
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INSPECTOR
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INSPECTOR
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INSPECTION RECORDS (every 5 years)
Battery replacement:
Battery supplier:
Model number:
New battery expiry date:
Old battery disposal:
Gasket replacement:
Performance test:
NEXT INSPECTION DUE ON:
Date:
Signature and stamp:
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INSPECTION RECORDS (every 5 years)
Battery replacement:
Battery supplier:
Model number:
New battery expiry date:
Old battery disposal:
Gasket replacement:
Performance test:
NEXT INSPECTION DUE ON:
Date:
Signature and stamp:
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MEMO
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MEMO
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APPENDIX
SIZE DRAWING
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