Vertex Standard PS1000 Owner`s manual

PHANTOM Series PS1000
25 Watt VHF/FM
Marine Transceiver
Owner's Manual
Hide away black box VHF specifically designed for vessels with
limited mounting space
Supplied with a enhanced RAM+ remote control microphone
RTCM SC-101 DSC Distress call with your exact position
DSC position request/send function and NMEA data input/output
to connect to GPS Plotter
DSC Group call feature included
Channel Name, GPS Time or GPS Position Repeating shown on
the display
One-button access to Channel 16 and 9
NOAA Weather Alert
Versatile User-programmable Scan, Priority Scan and Dual Watch
Access to all US, Canadian and International Channels
3 year waterproof warranty
with GPS connected
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
GENERAL INFORMATION ...................................................................................... 4
PACKING LIST ........................................................................................................ 4
OPTIONS ................................................................................................................. 4
SAFETY / WARNING INFORMATION ...................................................................... 5
FCC RADIO LICENSE INFORMATION ................................................................... 6
FCC NOTICE ........................................................................................................... 7
GETTING STARTED ................................................................................................ 8
7.1 ABOUT VHF RADIO ...................................................................................... 8
7.2 SELECTING AN ANTENNA ........................................................................... 8
7.3 COAXIAL CABLE ............................................................................................ 9
8 INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................... 10
8.1 LOCATION ..................................................................................................... 10
8.2 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ..................................................................... 10
8.3 CMP25 RAM+ MICROPHONE INSTALLATION ............................................ 11
8.4 ACCESSORY CABLE ................................................................................... 12
8.5 CONNECTION OF GPS WITH NMEA OUTPUT ...................................... 13
8.6 CHECKING GPS CONNECTIONS .............................................................. 13
8.7 CHANGING THE GPS TIME ....................................................................... 14
8.8 CHANGING COG TO TRUE OR MAGNETIC ........................................... 15
8.9 CHANGING GPS INFORMATION TO VESSEL POSITION OR COG .... 15
8.10 OPTIONAL MMB-84 FLUSH MOUNT INSTALLATION .............................. 16
9 CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ............................................................................ 18
9.1 PHANTOM PS1000 TRANSCEIVER ............................................................ 18
9.2 CMP25 RAM+ MICROPHONE ...................................................................... 20
10 BASIC OPERATION .............................................................................................. 22
10.1 RECEPTION .................................................................................................. 22
10.2 TRANSMISSION ............................................................................................ 22
10.3 TRANSMIT TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT) .......................................................... 22
10.4 SIMPLEX / DUPLEX CHANNEL USE .......................................................... 23
10.5 USA, CANADA, AND INTERNATIONAL MODE .......................................... 23
10.6 NOAA WEATHER CHANNELS .................................................................... 23
10.6.1 NOAA Weather Alert ............................................................................ 23
10.6.2 NOAA Weather Alert Testing ............................................................... 24
10.7 EMERGENCY (CHANNEL 16 USE) ............................................................ 24
10.8 CALLING ANOTHER VESSEL (CHANNEL 16 OR 9) ................................ 25
10.9 MAKING TELEPHONE CALLS .................................................................. 26
10.10 OPERATING ON CHANNELS 13 AND 67 .............................................. 26
10.11 DUAL WATCH (TO CHANNEL 16) ........................................................... 26
10.12 SCANNING .................................................................................................. 27
10.12.1 Selecting the Scan Type ...................................................................... 27
10.12.2 Memory Scanning (M-SCAN) ............................................................. 27
10.12.3 Priority Scanning (P-SCAN) ................................................................ 28
10.13 NAVIGATION INDICATION ....................................................................... 29
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
11 DIGITAL SELECTIVE CALLING ............................................................................ 30
11.1 GENERAL ...................................................................................................... 30
11.2 DSC SCAN .................................................................................................... 31
11.3 MARITIME MOBILE SERVICE IDENTITY (MMSI) ........................................ 32
11.3.1 What is an MMSI? ................................................................................. 32
11.3.2 Programming the MMSI ...................................................................... 32
11.4 DSC DISTRESS CALL ................................................................................. 33
11.4.1 Tansmitting a DSC Distress Call ........................................................ 33
11.4.2 Cancel a DSC Distress Call .............................................................. 34
11.4.3 Receiving a DSC Distress Call .......................................................... 34
11.4.4 Receiving a DSC Distress Relay Call ............................................... 34
11.5 ALL SHIPS CALL ......................................................................................... 35
11.5.1 Transmitting an All Ships Call ............................................................ 35
11.5.2 Receiving an All Ships Call ............................................................... 35
11.6 INDIVIDUAL CALL ........................................................................................ 36
11.6.1 Setting up the Individual / Position Call Directory ............................. 36
11.6.2 Setting up Individual Ringer ............................................................... 37
11.6.3 Setting up Individual / Group Call Ringer .......................................... 37
11.6.4 Transmitting an Individual Call ........................................................... 38
11.6.5 Receiving an Individual Call ............................................................... 39
11.6.6 Setting up the Call Waiting Function ................................................ 40
11.7 GROUP CALL ............................................................................................... 40
11.7.1 Setting up a Group Call ..................................................................... 40
11.7.2 Transmitting a Group Call .................................................................. 41
11.7.3 Receiving a Group Call ...................................................................... 42
11.8 POSITION REQUEST ................................................................................... 42
11.8.1 Setting up Position Reply ................................................................... 42
11.8.2 Transmitting a Position Request to Another Vessel ......................... 43
11.8.3 Receiving a Position Request ............................................................ 44
11.9 POSITION SEND .......................................................................................... 45
11.9.1 Setting up Position Send Ringer ....................................................... 45
11.9.2 Transmitting a DSC Position Send Call ............................................ 45
11.9.3 Receiving a DSC Position Send Call ............................................... 46
12 RADIO SETUP MODE ........................................................................................... 48
12.1 LCD DIMMER ............................................................................................... 48
12.2 LCD CONTRAST .......................................................................................... 48
12.3 TIME OFFSET .............................................................................................. 49
12.4 CHANGING GPS INFORMATION TO VESSEL POSITION OR COG .... 50
12.5 CHANGING COG TO TRUE OR MAGNETIC ................................................ 50
12.6 SCAN TYPE .................................................................................................. 51
12.7 KEY BEEP (ON/OFF) ................................................................................... 51
12.8 WX ALERT (ON/OFF) .................................................................................. 52
12.9 CHANNEL NAME CHANGE ........................................................................ 52
12.10 EXTERNAL SPEAKER SELECTION ......................................................... 53
13 MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................................... 54
13.1 REPLACEMENT PARTS .............................................................................. 54
13.2 FACTORY SERVICE .................................................................................... 54
14.3 TROUBLESHOOTING CHART .................................................................... 55
14 CHANNEL ASSIGNMENTS ................................................................................... 56
15 WARRANTY ........................................................................................................... 62
16 SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................. 65
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1 GENERAL INFORMATION
The Phantom PS1000 is an RTCM SC-101 DSC Hide away black box VHF
specifically designed for vessels with limited mounting space. It is supplied with
a RAM+ microphone that can control all radio, DSC (including Distress), from
any remote location aboard, at the Nav station, cockpit, tower or lower helm
station.
The Phantom PS1000 also has Standard’s DSC position polling feature, which
will allows you to contact another vessel equipped with a DSC radio that has
this feature and show that vessels position on the display of the RAM+. When
interfaced with a Standard Horizon GPS chart plotter the polled vessels position will also show up on the display of the chart plotter.
2 PACKING LIST
When the package containing the transceiver is first opened, please check it
for the following contents:
Phantom PS1000 Transceiver
CMP25 Remote-Access Microphone (RAM+ Mic, Black/White)
Power Cord
Mounting Bracket and hardware
Owner’s Manual
DSC Warning Sticker
3 OPTIONS
MMB-84 .......................................................................... Flush-Mount Bracket
CT-100 ............................................... 23 feet Extension Cable for RAM+ Mic
MLS-310 ........................................... External Speaker with 10 Watt Amplifier
MLS-300 ....................................................................... External Loudspeaker
101W ....................................................................... White Extension Speaker
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4 SAFETY / WARNING INFORMATION
This radio is restricted to occupational use, work related operations only where
the radio operator must have the knowledge to control the exposure conditions
of its passengers and bystanders by maintaining the minimum separation distance of 0.6 m (2 feet).
Failure to observe these restrictions will result in exceeding the FCC RF exposure limits.
Antenna Installation:
The antenna must be located at least 0.6 m (2 feet) away from passengers in
order to comply with the FCC RF exposure requirements.
ON-LINE WARRANTY REGISTRATION
Please visit www.standardhorizon.com to register the Phantom PS1000
Marine VHF. It should be noted that visiting the Web site from time to
time may be beneficial to you, as new products are released they will
appear on the Marine Division of Vertex Standard Web site.
PRODUCT SUPPORT INQUIRIES
If you have any questions or comments regarding the use of the Phantom PS1000, you can visit the Marine Division of Vertex Standard Web
site to send an E-Mail or contact the Product Support team at 800-7672450 M-F 7:00-5:00PST.
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5 FCC RADIO LICENSE INFORMATION
Vertex Standard radios comply with the Federal Communication Commission
(FCC) requirements that regulate the Maritime Radio Service.
STATION LICENSE
An FCC ship station license is no longer required for any vessel traveling in
U.S. waters (except Hawaii) which is under 20 meters in length. However, any
vessel required to carry a marine radio on an international voyage, carrying a
HF single side band radiotelephone or marine satellite terminal is required to
have a ship station license. FCC license forms, including applications for ship
(506) and land station licenses can be downloaded via the Internet at
www.fcc.gov/forms. To obtain a form from the FCC, call (888) 225-5322.
RADIO CALL SIGN
Currently the FCC does not require recreational boaters to have a Ship Radio
Station License. The USCG recommends the boats registration number and
the state to be used.
CANADIAN SHIP STATION LICENSING
You may need a license when traveling in Canada. If you do need a license
contact their nearest field office or regional office or write:
Industry Canada
Radio Regulatory Branch
Attn: DOSP
300 Slater Street
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada, KIA 0C8
FCC / INDUSTRY CANADA INFORMATION
The following data pertaining to the transceiver is necessary to fill out the license application.
Type Acceptance ......................................................................... FCC Part 80
Output Power ............................................... 1 Watt (low) and 25 Watts (high)
Emission ......................................................................... 16K0G3E, 16K0G2B
Frequency Range ..................................................... 156.025 to 163.275 MHz
FCC Type Number .................................................................... K6630053X30
Industry Canada Type Approval ............................................. 511B-30053X30
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6 FCC NOTICE
NOTICE
Unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment may void compliance with FCC Rules. Any change or modification must be approved
in writing by Marine Division of Vertex Standard.
NOTICE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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7 GETTING STARTED
7.1 ABOUT VHF RADIO
The radio frequencies used in the VHF marine band lie between 156 and 158
MHz with some shore stations available between 161 and 163 MHz. The marine VHF band provides communications over distances that are essentially
“line of sight” (VHF signals do not travel well through objects such as buildings,
hills or trees). Actual transmission range depends much more on antenna type,
gain and height than on the power output of the transmitter. On a fixed mount
25W radio transmission expected distances can be greater than 15 miles.
7.2 SELECTING AN ANTENNA
Marine antennas are made to radiate signals equally in all horizontal directions,
but not straight up. The objective of a marine antenna is to enhance the signal
toward the horizon. The degree to which this is accomplished is called the
antenna’s gain. It is measured in decibels (dB) and is one of the major factors
in choosing an antenna. In terms of effective radiated power (ERP), antennas
are rated on the basis of how much gain they have over a theoretical antenna
with zero gain. A 3 foot, 3dB gain antenna represents twice as much gain over
the imaginary antenna.
Typically a 3 foot 3dB gain stainless steel whip is used on a sailboat mast. The
longer 8 foot 6dB fiberglass whip is primarily used on power boats that require
the additional gain.
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7.3 COAXIAL CABLE
VHF antennas are connected to the transceiver by means of a coaxial cable –
a shielded transmission line. Coaxial cable is specified by it’s diameter and
construction.
For runs less than 20 feet, RG-58/U, about 1/4 inch in diameter is a good choice.
For runs over 20 feet but less than 50 feet, the larger RG-8X or RG-213/U
should be used for cable runs over 50 feet RG-8X should be used. For installation of the connector onto the coaxial cable refer to the figure below.
A dapter
1/16''
3/4''
3/4''
1 1/8''
1/8''
3/8'' 5/8''
To get your coax cable through a fitting and into your boat’s interior, you
may have to cut off the end plug and reattach it later. You can do this if
you follow the directions that come with the connector. Be sure to make
good soldered connections.
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8 INSTALLATION
8.1 LOCATION
The radio can be mounted at any angle. Choose a mounting location that:
• is far enough from any compass to avoid any deviation in compass reading due to the speaker magnet
• allows connection to a power source and an antenna
• It is recommended not to mount the antenna closer than three feet from
the Phantom PS1000.
Note: To insure the radio does not affect the compass or radios performance is
not affected by the antenna location, temporarily connect the radio in the desired location and:
a. Examine the compass to see if the radio causes any deviation
b. Connect the antenna and key the radio. Check to ensure the radio is
operating correctly by requesting a radio check.
8.2 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
CAUTION
Reverse polarity connections will damage the radio!
Connect the CMP25 RAM+ microphone, power cord, and antenna to the radio
as shown bellow:
MLS-310 External Speaker
GPS Navigation Receiver
Antenna
Water proof
Deck Outlet
CMP25 RAM+ MIC
Accessory Cable
Fuse
Red
Black
Power Source
Figure 1. General Installation
1. Mount the antenna at least 3 feet away from the radio. At the rear of the
radio, connect the antenna cable. It must have a PL259 connector. RG-8/U
coaxial cable must be used if the antenna is 25 feet or more from the radio.
RG58 cable can be used for distances less than 25 feet.
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2. Connect the red power wire to a 13.8 VDC ±20% power source. Connect
the black power wire to a negative ground.
3. If an optional remote extension speaker is to be used, refer to next section
for connections.
4. It is advisable to have a Certified Marine Technician check the power output
and the standing wave ratio of the antenna after installation.
8.3 CMP25 RAM+ MICROPHONE INSTALLATION
1. Connect the RAM+ MIC Cable to the RAM MIC CONNECTOR on the rear
panel of the Phantom PS1000, then tighten the Cable Nut (See Figure 2).
2. Referring to Figure 3, make a 1.2” (30 mm) hole in the wall, then insert the
RAM+ MIC Cable into this hole. Connect the Gasket and Mount Base to the
RAM+ MIC Cable Connector using the Nut.
3. Drill the four Screw holes (approx. 2 mm) on the wall, then install the Mounting
Base to the wall using four screws.
4. Connect the CMP25 RAM+ Microphone to the RAM+ MIC Cable Connector. The installation is now complete.
5. Wires for a external speaker are provided on the RAM+ mic cable. Connect
any 8 Ohm external speaker. When connected the RAM+ controls the volume level of this speaker.
Figure 2
EXP SP Cable for the RAM+ MIC
Wall
Gasket
Cap
RAM MIC Cable
Mounting Bracket
Nut
Figure 3
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RAM+ or External Speaker Selection
By default the CMP25 RAM+ internal speaker is turned on, however using the
RAM+ mic this speaker can be turned off so the external speaker can be used.
1. Press and hold down the [CALL (SET )MENU ] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “EXT SPK” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to turn the External Speaker “on.”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
6. Press the [16/9] key to return to radio operation.
8.4 ACCESSORY CABLE
Blue: NMEA IN (+) from GPS navigation receiver
Green: NMEA IN (–) from GPS navigation receiver
Gray: NMEA OUT (+) to GPS navigation receiver
Brown: NMEA OUT (–) to GPS navigation receiver
When connecting the GPS navigation receiver, strip off about 1 inch (2.5 cm) of
the specified wire’s insulation, then splice the ends together using proper waterproofing techniques.
GPS Receiver
Wire Color/Description
BLUE- NMEA Input (+)
GREEN - NMEA Input (–)
GRAY- NMEA Output (+)
BROWN-NMEA Output (–)
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Blue
NMEA OUT ( )
Green
NMEA OUT ( )
Gray
NMEA IN ( )
Brown
NMEA IN ( )
Connection Examples
Connect to NMEA (+) output of GPS
Connect to NMEA (–) output of GPS
Connect to NMEA (+) input of GPS
Connect to NMEA (–) input of GPS
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8.5 CONNECTION OF GPS WITH NMEA OUTPUT
Manufacturer/Model
Wires
Green
STANDARD HORIZON
Blue
Brown
Furuno GP30, 36
White
Blue
Furuno GP1650, 1850
White
Black
Garmin Fixed Mounts
Blue
Black (GND)
Garmin Portables
Brown
Black (GND)
JRC GPS500
Yellow
Green
JRC 100 SERIES
Green
Black
JRC 200 SERIES
White
Black
Lowrance Fixed Mount
White
Black (GND)
•
•
•
•
PS1000
Green
Gray
Blue
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Manufacturer/Model
Lowrance Portable
Wires
Orange
Black (GND)
Magellan Fixed Mount
Gray
Black (GND)
Magellan Portable
Orange
Black (GND)
Northstar
Yellow
Black (GND)
Raytheon 420
Yellow
Brown
Raytheon 520 / 620
Blue
Brown
Raytheon RL SERIES
White
Brown
Simrad
White
Brown
Sitex Neptune, Nautilus
Gray
Brown
PS1000
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
Blue
Green
The GPS must have the NMEA Output turned on and set to 4800 Baud in
the setup menu. If there is a selection for parity select none.
For further information on interfacing /setting up your GPS. Please contact
the manufacturer of the GPS receiver.
Phantom PS1000 can read NMEA-0183 version 2.0 or higher.
The NMEA supported sentences are:
Input: GLL, GGA, RMC and GNS (RMC sentence is recommended)
Output: DSC and DSE
(DSC sentences to Standard Horizon Plotter for Position Polling)
If you have further inquires, please feel free to contact Product Support at:
Phone: (800) 767-2450
Email: marinetech@vxstdusa.com
8.6 CHECKING GPS CONNECTIONS
After battery, GPS and the RAM+ microphone(s) have been connected, press
the power switch on the Phantom PS1000 and press and hold the power key
on a RAM+ mic, a small satellite icon will apper on the top right
corner of the LCD display. To see additional GPS information,
press the [NAV] key momentarily. The Phantom PS1000 shows
“time,” “latitude,” and “Longitude” alternately every two seconds.
To hide the navigation information, press the [NAV] key again.
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8.7 CHANGING THE TIME OFFSET
A GPS supplies UTC time to the radio. To show the correct time an offset will
need to be entered using the following proceedure.
1. Press and hold down the [CALL (SET )MENU ] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “TIME” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to select time offset from UTC.
See illustration below to find your offset time from UTC. If
“00” is assigned, the time is the same as UTC (Universal
Time Coordinated or GMT Greenwich Mean Time).
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the time offset.
6. Press the [16/9] key to return to radio operation.
OFFSET TIME TABLE
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8.8 CHANGING COG TO TRUE OR MAGNETIC
Allows customizing the NAV data showing GPS Course Over Ground (COG).
Factory default is “True,” however, following the steps below the COG can be
changed to “Magnetic.”
1. Press and hold down the [ CALL (SET )MENU] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “MAGNETIC” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to select “on (Magnetic)” or “of
(True).”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
6. Press the [16/9] key to return to radio operation.
8.9 CHANGING GPS INFORMATION TO
VESSEL POSITION OR COG
Allows customizing the NAV data showing GPS Information. Factory default is
“Your Vessel’s Current Position,” however, following the steps below the GPS
Information can be changed to Cruise Information (COG: Course Over Ground
and SOG: Speed Over Ground).”
1. Press and hold down the [ CALL (SET )MENU] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “NAV DISPLAY” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select “Pos (Your Vessel’s Current Position)” or “Cru (Course Over Ground).”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
6. Press the [16/9] key to return to radio operation.
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8.10 OPTIONAL MMB-84 FLUSH MOUNT INSTALLATION
1. To assist in flush mounting, a template has been included. Use this template to find the mounting location.
2. Use the template to mark the location where the rectangular hole is to be
cut. Confirm the space behind the dash or panel is deep enough to accommodate the transceiver (at least 15 cm deep).
There should be at least 1 cm between the transceiver’s heatsink and any
wiring, cables or structures.
3. Cut out the rectangular hole and insert the transceiver.
4. Fasten the brackets to the sides of the transceiver with the lock washer nut
combination; so that the mounting screw base faces the mounting surface
(see Figure 4).
5. Turn the adjusting screw to adjust the tension so that the transceiver is tight
against the mounting surface.
Bracket
Adjusting Screw
Lock-washer nut combination
Figure 4. MMB-84 Flush Mount Installation
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MEMO
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9 CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
NOTE
This section defines each control, switch, and connector of the Phantom PS1000 Transceiver and CMP25 RAM+ Microphone. For detailed
operating instructions refer to section “10. BASIC OPERATION.”
9.1 PHANTOM PS1000 TRANSCEIVER
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PWR key
NOTE
The Phantom PS1000 is designed to be flush mounted or bracket
mounted in a dry cool area when there is limited mounting areas. When
it is bracket mounted the power switch on the Phantom PS1000 is not
used instead use the PWR key located on the top of the RAM+ mic(s).
Turns the transceiver on and off. To turn the transceiver on, press and hold
this key until this switch illuminates orange. To turn it off, press and hold this
key until the illumination turns off. When the power is turned on, the transceiver is set to the last selected channel.
This switch is connected in parallel with the switch with the same name on
the front panel of the CMP25 RAM+ Microphone.
RAM+ MIC CONNECTOR
Connects the Phantom PS1000 to the CMP25 RAM+ Microphone.
ACCESSORY CONNECTION CABLE
Connects the Phantom PS1000 to a GPS. See section “3. OPTION” for a list
of speakers STANDARD HORIZON offers.
DC INPUT CABLE
Connects the radio to a DC power supply capable of delivering 12V DC.
ANTENNA JACK
Connects an antenna to the transceiver. Use a marine VHF antenna with
an impedance of 50 ohms.
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9.2 CMP25 RAM+ MICROPHONE
SQUELCH CONTROL (SQL)
Activates the squelch adjusting
mode.
Press this key to activate the squelch
adjusting mode. Press the [] or []
key to adjust the squelch.
MEM
IC
SCAN
DW
CALL
SET
NAV
MENU
WX
U.I.C
VOLUME KEY (VOL)
Activates the volume adjusting
mode.
Press this key to activate the volume
adjusting mode. Press the [] or []
to adjust the volume.
16
9
POWER SWITCH (PWR)
Press and hold down this key to turn
to the transceiver and RAM+ Mic on
and off.
PTT (Push-To-Talk) SWITCH
Activates transmission.
[H/L] KEY
Toggles between high and low power. When the [H/L] key is pressed while
the transceiver is on channel 13 or 67, the power will temporarily switch
from “LO” to “HI” power until the PTT is released. The [H/L] key does not
function on transmit inhibited and low power only channels.
[] / [] KEY
These keys are used to select channels, adjust the volume and squelch
level, and to choose the item selection of different functions (such as the
DSC operation).
[16/9] KEY
Immediately recalls channel 16 from any channel location. Holding down
this key recalls channel 9. Pressing the [16/9] key reverts to the previous
selected working channel.
Secondary use
Press and hold the [16/9] key then press the [WX] key to switch the USA,
International or Canadian channels.
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KEY PAD
[SCAN] Key
Starts and stops scanning of programmed channels.
If held while the [ ] or [] key is pressed, the radio will show the
channels programmed in scan memory. This function will not work if
the unit is scanning.
NOTE: The priority channel is Channel 16 only.
Secondary use
Press and hold the [SCAN] key to program the current channel into the
Scan Memory.
[CALL(SET)MENU] Key
The [CALL(SET)MENU] key functions as the enter key.
Secondary use
Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to access the DSC OPERATION menu.
The “INDIVIDUAL CALL,” “GROUP CALL,” “ALL SHIP CALL,” “POSITION REQUEST,” and “POSITION SEND” functions can be accessed
from the DSC OPERATION menu.
Press and hold the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to access the RADIO SETUP
(refer ro section “8. ) or DSC SETUP menu (refer ro section 7).
[DW(IC)] Key
Watches for a transmission on CH16 and another selected channel until
either signal is received. (Dual watch)
NOTE: When the DSC SCANNING feature is enabled (see section “7.2
DSC SCAN”), the radio watches for a transmission on CH16, another
selected channel, and CH70 until either signal is received (Triple watch).
[NAV] Key
Press the [NAV] key, when connected to the GPS receiver, the LCD displays Position Information or Cruise Information from the GPS.
[WX] Key
Immediately recalls the previously selected US NOAA weather channel
from any channel location.
Secondary use
Holding down the [16/9] key while pressing the [WX] key switch the Channel Group.
[DISTRESS] KEY
Used to send a DSC Distress Call. To send the distress call refer to section
“11.4.1. Transmitting a DSC Distress Call.”
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10 BASIC OPERATION
10.1 RECEPTION
1. After the transceiver has been installed, ensure that the power supply and
antenna are properly connected.
2. Press and hold the [PWR] key on the RAM+ mic or on the front panel of the
Phantom PS1000 until the radio turns on.
” icon will
3. Press the [SQL] key, then press the [ ] key until the “
appears. This state is known as “squelch off”.
4. Press the [VOL] key, then press the [] key until the noise or audio from
the speaker is at a comfortable level.
5. Press the [] or [] key to select the clear channel.
6. Press the [SQL] key, then press the [] until the random noise disappears
(and “
” icon will disappears). This state is known as the “squelch
threshold.”
7. Press the [] or [] key to select the desired channel. Refer to the channel
chart on page 61 for available channels.
8. When a message is received, adjust the volume to the desired listening
level. The “
” indicator in the LCD is displayed indicating that the
channel is being used.
10.2 TRANSMISSION
1. Perform steps 1 through 7 of RECEPTION.
2. Before transmitting, monitor the channel to ensure it is clear.
THIS IS AN FCC REQUIREMENT!
3 Press the PTT (push-to-talk) switch. The “
” indicator in the LCD is
displayed.
4. Speak slowly and clearly into the microphone.
5. When the transmission is finished, release the PTT switch.
10.3 TRANSMIT TIME - OUT TIMER (TOT)
When the PTT switch on the microphone is held down, transmit time is limited
to 5 minutes. This limits unintentional transmissions due to a stuck microphone.
About 10 seconds before automatic transmitter shutdown, a warning beep will
be heard from the speaker(s). The transceiver will automatically go to receive
mode, even if the PTT switch is continually held down. Before transmitting again,
the PTT switch must first be released and then pressed again.
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10.4 SIMPLEX/DUPLEX CHANNEL USE
Refer to the VHF MARINE CHANNEL CHART (page 57) for instructions on use
of simplex and duplex channels.
NOTE
All channels are factory-programmed in accordance with International,
Industry Canada (Canada), and FCC (USA) regulations. Mode of operation cannot be altered from simplex to duplex or vice-versa.
10.5 INTERNATIONAL, USA, AND CANADA MODE
1. To change the modes, hold the [16/9] key and press the [WX] key. The
mode changes from “USA” to “International” to “Canadian” with each press
of the [WX] key.
2. “U” will be displayed on the LCD for USA mode, and “I” will be displayed for
International mode, and “C” will be displayed for Canadian mode.
3. Refer to the VHF MARINE CHANNEL CHART (page 57) for allocated channels in each mode.
10.6 NOAA WEATHER CHANNELS
NOTE
NOAA Weather channels are available in the waters of USA and Canada
only.
1. To receive a NOAA weather channel, press the [WX] key from any channel.
The transceiver will go to the last selected weather channel.
2. Press the [] or [] keys to select a different NOAA weather channel.
3. To exit from the NOAA weather channels, press the [WX] key. The transceiver returns to the channel it was on prior to a weather channel.
10.6.1 NOAA Weather Alert
In the event of extreme weather disturbances, such as storms and hurricanes,
the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) sends a weather
alert accompanied by a 1050 Hz tone and subsequent weather report on one of
the NOAA weather channels. When the Weather Alert feature is enabled (see
section “11.9 WX ALERT”), the transceiver is capable of receiving this alert if
the following is performed:
1. Program NOAA weather channels into the transceiver’s memory for scanning. Follow the same procedure as for regular channels under section
“10.12 SCANNING.”
2. Press the [SCAN] key once to start memory scanning or hold down the
[SCAN] key during memory scanning to start priority scanning.
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3. The programmed NOAA weather channels will be scanned along with the
regular-programmed channels. However, scanning will not stop on a normal weather broadcast unless a NOAA alert is received.
4. When an alert is received on a NOAA weather channel, scanning will stop and
the transceiver will emit a loud beep to alert the user of a NOAA broadcast.
5. Press the [WX] key to stop the alert tone and receive the weather report.
NOTE
If the [WX] key is not pressed the alert tone will be emitted for 5 minutes
and then the weather report will be received.
10.6.2 NOAA Weather Alert Testing
NOAA tests the alert system ever Wednesday between 11AM and 1PM. To test
the Phantom PS1000’s NOAA Weather feature, on Wednesday between 11AM
and 1PM, setup as in previous section and confirm the alert is heard.
10.7 EMERGENCY (CHANNEL 16 USE)
Channel 16 is known as the Hail and Distress Channel. An emergency is defined as a threat to life or property. In such instances, be sure the transceiver is
on and set to CHANNEL 16. Then use the following procedure:
1. Press the microphone push-to-talk switch and say “Mayday, Mayday, Mayday. This is
,
,
” (your vessel’s name).
2. Then repeat once: “Mayday,
” (your vessel’s name).
3. Now report your position in latitude/longitude, or by giving a true or magnetic bearing (state which) to a well-known landmark such as a navigation
aid or geographic feature such as an island or harbor entry.
4. Explain the nature of your distress (sinking, collision, aground, fire, heart
attack, life-threatening injury, etc.).
5. State the kind of assistance your desire (pumps, medical aid, etc.).
6. Report the number of persons aboard and condition of any injured.
7. Estimate the present seaworthiness and condition of your vessel.
8. Give your vessel’s description: length, design (power or sail), color and other
distinguishing marks. The total transmission should not exceed 1 minute.
9. End the message by saying “OVER.” Release the microphone button and
listen.
10. If there is no answer, repeat the above procedure. If there is still no response, try another channel.
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10.8 CALLING ANOTHER VESSEL (CHANNEL 16 OR 9)
Channel 16 may be used for initial contact (hailing) with another vessel.
However, its most important use is for emergency messages. This channel
must be monitored at all times except when actually using another channel.
It is monitored by the U.S. and Canadian Coast Guards and by other vessels.
Use of channel 16 for hailing must be limited to initial contact only. Calling
should not exceed 30 seconds, but may be repeated 3 times at 2-minute intervals. In areas of heavy radio traffic, congestion on channel 16 resulting from its
use as a hailing channel can be reduced significantly in U.S. waters by using
channel 9 as the initial contact (hailing) channel for non-emergency communications. Here, also, calling time should not exceed 30 seconds but may be
repeated 3 times at 2-minute intervals.
Prior to making contact with another vessel, refer to the channel charts in this
manual, and select an appropriate channel for communications after initial contact. For example, Channels 68 and 69 are some of the channels available to
non-commercial (recreational) boaters. Monitor your desired channel in advance
to make sure you will not be interrupting other traffic, and then go back to either
channel 16 or 9 for your initial contact.
When the hailing channel (16 or 9) is clear, state the name of the other vessel
you wish to call and then “this is” followed by the name of your vessel and your
Station License (Call Sign). When the other vessel returns your call, immediately request another channel by saying “go to,” the number of the other channel, and “over.” Then switch to the new channel. When the new channel is not
busy, call the other vessel.
After a transmission, say “over,” and release the microphone’s push-to-talk
(PTT) switch. When all communication with the other vessel is completed, end
the last transmission by stating your Call Sign and the word “out.” Note that it is
not necessary to state your Call Sign with each transmission, only at the beginning and end of the contact.
Remember to return to Channel 16 when not using another channel. Some
radios automatically monitor Channel 16 even when set to other channels or
when scanning.
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10.9 MAKING TELEPHONE CALLS
To make a radiotelephone call, use a channel designated for this purpose, The
fastest way to learn which channels are used for radiotelephone traffic is to ask
at a local marina. Channels available for such traffic are designated Public
Correspondence channels on the channel charts in this manual. Some examples for USA use are Channels 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 84, 85, 86, and 87. Call
the marine operator and identify yourself by your vessel’s name, The marine
operator will then ask you how you will pay for the call (telephone credit card,
collect, etc.) and then link your radio transmission to the telephone lines.
The marine telephone company managing the VHF channel you are using may
charge a link-up fee in addition to the cost of the call.
10.10 OPERATING ON CHANNELS 13 AND 67
Channel 13 is used at docks and bridges and by vessels maneuvering in port.
Messages on this channel must concern navigation only, such as meeting and
passing in restricted waters.
Channel 67 is used for navigational traffic between vessels.
By regulation, power is normally limited to 1 Watt on these channels. Your radio
is programmed to automatically reduce power to this limit on these channels.
However, in certain situations it may be necessary to temporarily use a higher
power. See page 20 ([H/L] key) for means to temporarily override the low-power
limit on these two channels.
10.11 DUAL WATCH (TO CHANNEL 16)
Dual watch allows the radio to monitor one channel and the Priority Channel
(Channel 16).
1. Set the squelch level to the “squelch threshold” (the background noise is
disappeared).
2. Select the channel you wish to dual watch to “Channel 16.”
3. Press the [DW] key momentarily.
The Phantom PS1000 will scan between Channel 16 and
the channel that was selected in step 2.
If a transmission is received on the channel selected in step
2, the Phantom PS1000 will dual watch between the working channel and the Channel 16.
4. To stop Dual Watch, press the [DW] key again.
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10.12 SCANNING
Allows the user to select the scan type from Memory scan or Priority scan.
“Memory scan” scans the channels that were programmed into memory. “Priority scan” scans the channels programmed in memory with the priority channel.
10.12.1 Selecting the Scan Type
Operator can select which is the scanning feature start the “Memory Scan (MSCAN)” or “Priority Scan (P-SCAN)” when pressing the [SCAN] key.
1. Press and hold down the [CALL(SET)MENU] key
until “RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the
[] key to select “SCAN TYPE” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to select “PRIORITY” or
“MEMORY.”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
6. To exit this menu and return to radio operation mode press
the [16/9] key.
You may start the non-selected scanning feature which is determined above
procedure by press and holding the [SCAN] key while activating the Scanner.
10.12.2 Memory Scanning (M-SCAN)
1. Set the squelch level to the “squelch threshold” (the background noise is
muted).
2. Select a desired channel to be scanned using the [] or []
key, then press and hold the [SCAN] key. “MEM” will appear
on the LCD which indicates the channel has been programmed into the transceivers memory.
3. Repeat step 2 for all the desired channels to be scanned.
4. To DELETE a channel from the transceiver’s memory, select the channel
then press and hold the [SCAN] key, “MEM” will disappear in the LCD.
5. To start scanning, press the [SCAN] key momentarily.
“M-SCAN” appears on the LCD. Scanning will proceed from
the lowest to the highest programmed channel number and
will stop on a channel when a transmission is received.
6. The channel number will blink during reception.
7. To stop scanning, press the [SCAN], [CALL(SET)MENU], [WX], [16/9], [DISTRESS], or PTT key.
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10.12.3 Priority Scanning (P-SCAN)
The Phantom PS1000 is set to Channel 16 as the priority channel.
1. Set the squelch level to the “squelch threshold” (the background noise is
disappeared).
2. Select a desired channel to be scanned using the [] or []
key, then press and hold the [SCAN] key. “MEM” will appear
on the LCD which indicates the channel has been programmed into the transceivers memory.
3. Repeat step 2 for all the desired channels to be scanned.
4. To DELETE a channel from the transceiver’s memory, select the channel
then press and hold the [SCAN] key, “MEM” will disappear in the LCD.
5. To start priority scanning, press the [SCAN] key momantarily
(“P-SCAN” appears on the LCD). Scanning will proceed between the memorized channels and the priority channel. CH
16 the priority channel will be scanned after each programmed channel.
6. To stop scanning, press the [SCAN], [CALL(SET)MENU], [WX], [16/9], [DISTRESS], or PTT key.
MEM CH.
CH. 16
CH. 70
MEM CH.
CH. 16
CH. 70
: When DSC Scanning method is enabled. The DSC scan is ON in default.
NOTE
Triple watch (T/W) means the radio is watching CH70 for DSC Calls.
Dual watch (D/W) means the radio is not watching CH70 for DSC Calls.
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10.13 NAVIGATION INDICATION
The transceiver has the ability to display the time and your vessel position (LAT/
LON), when connected to a GPS receiver.
1. Press the [NAV] key momentarily, display “time,” “latitude,” and “longitude”
informations alternately every
two seconds. If the GPS receiver is not receiving a fix, the
display will be shown “NO POS”
(Time)
(Longitude)
(Latitude)
notation in the LCD.
2. To hide the navigation information, press the [NAV] key again.
You may display the COG (Course Over Ground) data in the
LCD instead of your vessel position (LAT/LON) by the Radio
Setup Mode, refer to section “12.4 CHANGING GPS INFORMATION TO VESSEL POSITION OR COG.”
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11 DIGITAL SELECTIVE CALLING
11.1 GENERAL
WARNING
This radio is designed to generate a digital maritime distress and safety
call to facilitate search and rescue. To be effective as a safety device,
this equipment must be used only within communication range of a shorebased VHF marine channel 70 distress and safety watch system. The
range of signal may vary but under normal conditions should be approximately 20 nautical miles.
NOTE
A DSC Warning sticker is included
with the Phantom PS1000. To comply with FCC regulations this sticker
must be mounted in a location that can
be easily viewed from the location of
the CMP25 RAM+ Microphone. Make
sure the chosen location is clean and
dry before applying the sticker.
WARNING
STICKER
Digital Selective Calling is a semi-automated method of establishing a radio
call, it has been designated by the International Maritime Organization (IMO)
as an international standard for establishing VHF, MF and HF radio calls. It has
also been designated as part of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS). It is planned that DSC will eventually replace aural watches on
distress frequencies and will be used to announce routine and urgent maritime
safety information broadcasts.
This new system allows mariners to instantly send a distress call with GPS position (when connected to the transceiver) to the Coast Guard and other vessels
within range of the transmission. Phantom PS1000 will allow mariners to initiate
Individual Routine, Group Routine, All Ship Urgency, All Ship Safety, Position Request, and Position Send to another vessel equipped with a DSC transceiver and
receive Distress, Urgency, Safety, Routine, Position Request, and Position Send
calls from another vessel equipped with a DSC transceiver.
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11.2 DSC SCAN
When the radio is shipped from the factory it is programmed so CH70 (the DSC
channel) is scanned at all times. There is a selection in the SETUP MENU to
disable the DSC SCAN. However, turning off DSC SCAN will disable the radio
from receiving DSC calls i.e.: Individual Call, All Ships Call, Distress Call and
Position Requests. If you want to use any of the functions the selection must be
left ON.
To Change DSC SCAN Method:
1. Press and hold down the [CALL(SET)MENU] key
until “RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the
[] key to select “DSC SCAN” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select “on” or “of (off).”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
6. To exit this menu and return to radio operation mode press
the [16/9] key.
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11.3 MARITIME MOBILE SERVICE IDENTITY (MMSI)
11.3.1 What is an MMSI?
An MMSI is a nine digit number used on Marine Transceivers capable of using
Digital Selective Calling (DSC). This number is used like a telephone number to
selectively call other vessels.
THIS NUMBER MUST BE PROGRAMMED INTO THE RADIO TO OPERATE
THE PHANTOM PS1000 DSC FUCTIONS.
How can I obtain an MMSI assignment?
Boat US offers online registration of a MMSI. Visit www.boatus.com/mmsi
11.3.2 Programming the MMSI
WARNING
User MMSI can be input only twice. If the user tries to input an MMSI
more than twice, “ERROR TOO MANY ENTRIES” notation will appear on the display. If the user needs to change
the MMSI more than twice, the transceiver will have to be
sent to Factory Service. Refer to the section “13.2. FACTORY SERVICE.”
1. Press and hold down the [CALL(SET)MENU] key
until “RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [ ] key to select “DSC SETUP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
3. Press the [] or [] key to select “USER MMSI.”
4. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key. The User MMSI
number will appear, and the first digit will be flashing.
5. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to select first number of
your MMSI, then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key
to save the number.
6. Repeat the above step to set your MMSI (up to nine
digits).
When the last number of your MMSI is in place, press and
hold the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store your MMSI.
7. To exit this menu and return to radio operation mode, press the [16/9] key .
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11.4 DSC DISTRESS CALL
The Phantom PS1000 is capable of transmitting and receiving DSC Distress
messages to all DSC radios. The Phantom PS1000 may be connected to a
GPS to also transmit the Latitude, Longitude of the vessel in a distress.
11.4.1 Transmitting a DSC Distress Call
NOTE
To be able to transmit a DSC distress call an MMSI number must be
programmed, refer to section “11.2.2 Programming the MMSI.”
In order for your ships location to be transmitted a GPS must be connected to
thePhantom PS1000, refer to section “8.4 CONNECTION OF GPS WITH NMEA
OUTPUT.”
1. Lift the red rubber cover, then press the [DISTRESS] key.
The “DISTRESS” notation will appear on the LCD.
2. Press and hold the [DISTRESS] key. The radios display will
count down (3-2-1) and then transmit the Distress call.
3. When the distress signal is sent, CH70 and “
” icon will
appear on the LCD. After the message has been sent, the
radio will sound a Distress Alarm.
4. The transceiver will watch for a DSC acknowledgment transmission on CH70 and also receive calls on CH16.
5. If an acknowledgement is received, select channel 16 and
advise your distress situation.
6. If no acknowledgment is received, the distress call is repeated in 4 minute intervals until a DSC acknowledgment is received.
7. When a DSC Distress acknowledgment is received, a distress alarm sounds and channel 16 is automatically selected.
The LCD shows the MMSI of the ship responding to your
distress.
RECEIVED ACK: acknowledgment signal is received.
RECEIVED RLY: relay signal is received from another vessel or coast station.
8. To cancel the DSC distress alarm signal from the speaker, press any key.
NOTE
If the radio is receiving on a working channel or transmitting on a working
channel, DSC calls will not be received.
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11.4.2 Cancel a DSC Distress Call
If a DSC Distress call was sent by error the Phantom PS1000 allows you to
send a message to other vessels to cancel the Distress Call that was made in
error.
1. Press the [DISTRESS] key momentarily. The “DISTRESS” notation will appear on the LCD.
2. Press the [] or [] key to select “CANCEL.”
3. Press the [DISTRESS] key again to send a Distress
call.
11.4.3 Receiving a DSC Distress Call
1. When a DSC Distress call is received, “RECEIVED
DISTRESS” notation will appear on the LCD, and an
emergency alarm will sound.
Then channel 16 is automatically selected.
2. Press any key to stop the alarm.
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to change the display to
show the information of the vessel in distress.
4 If the position of the vessel distress data does not
include position, the LCD will show “NO POSITION” notation instead of position (LAT/LON) data.
NOTE
You must continue monitoring channel 16 as a coast station may require
assistance in the rescue attempt.
11.4.4 Receiving a DSC Distress Relay Call
1. A distress relay call is received. “RECEIVED RLY”
will appear on the LCD, and an emergency alarm
will be heard.
Channel 16 is automatically selected.
2. Press any key to stop the alarm.
3. Press the [] or [] key to change the display to
show the information of the vessel in distress.
Note: You must continue monitoring channel 16 as
a coast station may require assistance in any rescue
attempt.
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11.5 ALL SHIPS CALL
The All Ships Call function allows contact to be established with other vessel
stations without having their ID in the individual calling directory. Also, priority
for the call can be designated as Urgency or Safety.
URGENCY Call: This type of call is used when a vessel may not truly be in
distress, but have a potential problem that may lead to a distress situation. This call is the same as saying PAN PAN PAN
on channel 16.
SAFETY Call: Used to transmit boating safety information to other vessels.
This message usually contains information about an overdue
boat, debris in the water, loss of a navigation aid or an important meteorological message. This call is the same as saying
Securite, Securite, Securite.”
11.5.1 Transmitting an All Ships Call
1. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key momentarily. The
DSC Operation menu will appear.
2. Press the [] or [] key to select “ALL SHIPS” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key. (To cancel,
press the [16/9] key)
3. Press the [] or [] key to select the call type (“URGENCY” or “SAFETY”).
4. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to transmit the
selected type of all ships DSC call.
5. After the ALL SHIPS CALL is transmitted, the transceiver will switch to CH16.
6. Listen to the channel to make sure it is not busy,
then key the microphone and say “PAN PAN PAN” or “Securite, Securite,
Securite” depending on the priority of the call. Say your call sign and announce the channel you wish to switch to for communications.
11.5.2 Receiving an All Ships Call
1. When an all ships call is received, an emergency
alarm sounds.
The radio will automatically change to channel 16.
2. Press any key to stop the alarm.
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to see the MMSI of the
vessel transmitting the All Ships Call.
4. Monitor channel 16 or traffic channel until the URGENCY voice communication is completed.
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11.6 INDIVIDUAL CALL
This feature allows the PS1000 to contact another vessel with a DSC VHF
radio and automatically switch the receiving radio to a desired communications
channel. This feature is similar to calling a vessel on CH16 and requesting to
go to another channel (switching to the channel is private between the two
stations).
11.6.1 Setting up the Individual / Position Call Directory
The Phantom PS1000 has a DSC directory that allows you to store a vessel or
person’s name and the MMSI number associated with vessels you wish to
transmit Individual calls, Position Requests and Position Send transmissions.
To transmit an Individual call you must program this directory with information
of the persons you wish to call, similar to a cellular phones telephone directory.
1. Press and hold down the [CALL(SET)MENU] key
until “RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [ ] key to select “DSC SETUP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
3. Press the [] key to select “INDIVIDUAL DIR” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select “Add.”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to enabling this
item.
6. Press the [] or [] key to select the first letter of
the name of the vessel or person you want to reference in the directory.
7. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the first letter in
the name and step to the next letter to the right.
8. Repeat step 6 and 7 until the name is complete. The name can consist of
up to eleven characters, if you do not use all eleven characters press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to move to the next
space. This method can also be used to enter a blank space
in the name. To clear the previous letter, press the [H/L] key.
9. After the eleventh letter or space has been entered, press
and hold the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to advance to the MMSI
(Maritime Mobile Service Identity Number) number entry.
10. Press the [] or [] key to select the first digit of the MMSI
number, then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to move to
the next digit. If a mistake was made entering in the number, pressing the [H/L] key to delete the wrong digit.
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11. Repeat step 10 as many times as necessary to complete the MMSI code (nine digits).
12 Press and hold the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store
the individual address.
12. To enter another individual address, repeat steps 5 through
12.
13. To exit this menu and return to radio operation mode press the [16/9] key.
11.6.2 Setting up Individual Reply
Allows setting up the radio to automatically (default setting) or manually respond to a DSC Individual call requesting you to switch to a working channel for
voice communications. When Manual is selected the MMSI of the calling vessel is shown allowing you to see who is calling. This function is similar to caller
id on a cellular phone.
1. Press and hold down the [CALL(SET)MENU] key
until “RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [ ] key to select “DSC SETUP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
3. Press the [] or [] key to select “INDIVIDUAL REPLY” menu, then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select “AU (Automatic)”
or “oF (Manual).”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU]key to store the selected setting.
6. To exit this menu and return to radio operation mode press the [16/9] key.
11.6.3 Setting up the Individual / Group Call Ringer
When a Individual Call or Group Call is received the radio will produce a ringing
tone for 3 minutes. This selection allows the Individual / Group Call ringer time
to be changed.
1. Press and hold down the [CALL(SET)MENU] key
until “RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [ ] key to select “DSC SETUP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to select “INDIVIDUAL
RINGER” menu, then press the [CALL(SET)MENU]
key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select ringing time of a
Individual/Group Call.
4: 3 minutes continuously
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3: 15 times
2: 10 times
1: 5 times
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU]key to store the selected setting.
6. To exit this menu and return to radio operation mode press the [16/9] key.
The Phantom PS1000 has the capability to turn off the Individual or Group call
ringer.
1. Press and hold down the [CALL(SET)MENU] key
until “RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [ ] key to select “DSC SETUP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
3. Press the [] or [] key to select “DSC BEEP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select “INDIVIDUAL” if
you wish to disable the Individual call ringer, or
“GROUP” if you wish to disable the Group call ringer,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
5. Press the [] or [] key to select “oF.”
6. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
7. To exit this menu and return to radio operation mode press the [16/9] key.
If you wish to return to enabling the ringer tone, just repeat the above procedure, pressing the [] or [] key to select “on” in step “5” above.
11.6.4 Transmitting an Individual Call
This feature allows the user to contact another vessel with a DSC radio. This
feature is similar to calling a vessel on CH16 and requesting to go to another
channel.
1. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key. The DSC Operation menu will appear.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to select “INDIVIDUAL”
menu, then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key. The
transceiver will beep, and the “Individual directory”
will appear. (To cancel, press the [16/9] key)
3. Press the [] or [] key to select the “Individual”
you want to contact.
4. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to transmit the
individual DSC signal.
5. After INDIVIDUAL CALL is transmitted, the transceiver will wait 8 seconds for the acknowledgment.
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If the reply signal is not received, the transceiver will transmit again.
6. After the second INDIVIDUAL CALL is transmitted,
if the reply signal is not received, “NO REPLY” notition
will appear. To send the call again, press the [ ]
key to select the “ SEND ,” then press the
[CALL(SET)MENU] key.
7. When an individual call acknowledgment is received,
the established channel is automatically selected and
a ringing tone sounds.
8. Press any key to listen to the channel to make sure it is not busy, then key
the microphone and call the other vessel you desire to communicate with.
11.6.5 Receiving an Individual Call
When receiving an individual call, an acknowledgment must be sent back to
the calling station. Please refer to a selection in the “11.6.2 Setting up Individual Reply” that allows the acknowledgment to be transmitted manually or
automatically.
Automatic Reply:
1. An individual call is received. “RECEIVED INDIVIDUAL” will appear on the LCD, and an individual
call alarm sounds. Then the radio automatically
switches to the requested channel.
2. Press any key to stop the alarm, then acknowledgment is transmitted automatically.
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to see the MMSI of the
vessel transmitting the Individual Call.
4. Press the PTT on the microphone and talk to the calling ship.
Manual Reply:
1. An individual call is received. “RECEIVED INDIVIDUAL” will appear on the LCD, and an individual
call alarm sounds. Then the radio automatically
switches to the requested channel.
2. Press any key to stop the alarm.
3. Select type of reply function “ABLE” or “UNABLE”
by using the [ ] or [ ] key, then press the
[CALL(SET)MENU] key to transmit the individual
DSC signal.
4. Press the PTT on the microphone and talk to the
calling ship.
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11.6.6 Setting Up the Call Waiting Function
Allows the Phantom PS1000 to be setup to reply (ABLE) or set the radio so it
transmits a call that advises the calling vessel the person is UNABLE to reply to the
call at this time. This function is similar to an answering machine. When set up in
UNABLE and a individual call is received the Individual call from the other vessel is
logged in the CALL WAITING directory for you to review and call back at a later time.
1. Press and hold down the [CALL(SET)MENU] key
until “RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [ ] key to select “DSC SETUP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
3. Press the [] or [] key to select “INDIVIDUAL ACK”
menu, then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select “Ab (Able)” or “Un
(Unable).”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
6. To exit this menu and return to radio operation mode press the [16/9] key.
11.7 GROUP CALL
This feature allows the user to contact a group of specific vessels (example
members of a yacht club) using DSC radios with Group call function to automatically switch to a desired channel for voice communications.
11.7.1 Setting up a Group Call
For this function to operate the same Group MMSI must be programmed into
all the DSC VHF radios within the group of vessels that will be using this feature. The group MMSI is a nine digit (first digit permanently set to “0”) that will
allow other radios to call your vessel along with others to automatically switch to
a working channel for voice communications. This function is very useful for
yacht clubs and vessels traveling together that want to collectively make announcements on a predetermined channel.
1. Press and hold down the [CALL(SET)MENU] key
until “RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [ ] key to select “DSC SETUP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to select “GROUP DIR”
menu, then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select “Add.”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to enabling this
item.
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6. Press the [] or [] key to select the first letter of the name
of the group you want to reference in the directory.
7. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the first letter in
the name and step to the next letter to the right.
8. Repeat step 6 and 7 until the name is complete. The name
can consist of up to eleven characters, if you do not use all
eleven characters press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to move
to the next space. This method can also be used to enter a
blank space in the name. To clear the previous letter, press the [H/L] key.
9. After the eleventh letter or space has been entered,
press and hold the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to advance to the MMSI (Maritime Mobile Service Identity Number) number entry.
10. Press the [] or [] key to select the first digit of the MMSI
number, then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to move to
the next digit. If a mistake was made entering in the number, pressing the
[H/L] key to delete the wrong digit.
11. Repeat step 10 as many times as necessary to complete the MMSI code (nine digits).
12 Press and hold the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store
the group address.
13. To enter another group address, repeat steps 5 through 12.
14. To exit this menu and return to radio operation mode press
the [16/9] key.
11.7.2 Transmitting a Group Call
1. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key. The DSC Operation menu will appear.
2. Press the [] or [] key to select “GROUP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key. The transceiver will beep, and the “Group directory” will appear. (To cancel, press the [16/9] key)
3. Press the [] or [] key to select the “Group” you
want to contact.
4. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to transmit the
Group DSC signal.
5. After the GROUP CALL is transmitted, all the radios
in the group will switch to the designated channel.
6. Listen to the channel to make sure it is not busy, then key
the microphone and call the other vessels you desire to communicate with.
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11.7.3 Receiving a Group Call
1. When a group call is received, “RECEIVED GROUP” will appear on the LCD, and a ringing alarm sound.
2. The radio automatically switches to the requested channel.
3. Press any key to stop the alarm.
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to see the MMSI of the vessel
transmitting the Group Call.
5. Monitor the channel for the person calling the Group for a
message.
6. If you want to respond, monitor the channel to make sure it is clear, then
press the PTT on the mic and talk to the calling ship(s).
NOTE
After a Group call is received, the time the call was made and the ships
MMSI or vessels name will appear on the LCD.
11.8 POSITION REQUEST
Advancements in DSC have made it possible to poll the location of another
vessel and show the position of that vessel on the display of the Phantom
PS1000. Standard Horizon has taken this feature one step further, if any Standard Horizon GPS is connected to the Phantom PS1000, the polled position of
the vessel is shown on the display of the GPS chart plotter making it easy to
navigate to the location of the polled vessel. This is a great feature for anyone
wanting to know the position of another vessel. For example your buddy that is
catching fish, or finding the location of a person you are cruising with.
NOTE
The other vessel must have an operating GPS receiver connected to its
DSC transceiver and must not have its transceiver set to deny position
requests. (Refer the section “11.6.1 Setting up the Individual / Position Call Directory” to enter information into the individual directory).
11.8.1 Setting up Position Reply
The Phantom PS1000 can be set up to automatically or manually send your
position to another vessel. This selection is important if you are concerned
about someone polling the position of your vessel that you may not want to. In
the manual mode you will see the MMSI or persons name shown on the display
allowing you to choose to send your position to the requesting vessel.
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1. Press and hold down the [CALL(SET)MENU] key
until “RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [ ] key to select “DSC SETUP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
3. Press the [] or [] key to select “POS REQUEST”
menu, then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select “Au” or “oF.”
In “Au” mode, after a DSC Position Request is received, the radio will automatically transmit your vessels position. In “oF” mode, the CMP25 RAM+ Microphone’s display will show who is requesting the position.
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU]] key to store the selected setting.
6. To exit this menu and return to radio operation mode press the [16/9] key.
The PS1000 has the capability to turn off the Position Request ringer.
1. Press and hold down the [CALL(SET)MENU] key
until “RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [ ] key to select “DSC SETUP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
3. Press the [] or [] key to select “DSC BEEP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select “POS REQUEST,”
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
5. Press the [] or [] key to select “oF.”
6. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
7. To exit this menu and return to radio operation mode
press the [16/9] key.
If you wish to return to enabling the ringer tone, just repeat the above procedure, pressing the [] or [] key to select “on” in step “5” above.
11.8.2 Transmitting a Position Request to Another Vessel
1. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key. The DSC Operation menu will appear.
2. Press the [] or [] key to select “POS REQUEST”
menu, then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key. The
transceiver will beep, and the “Position Request directory” will appear. (To cancel, press the [16/9] key)
3. Press the [] or [] key to select the “name” you
want to contact.
4. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to transmit the
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Position Request DSC signal.
5. After a DSC position request is transmitted, the transceiver remains on channel 70 until position data is
received from the polled vessel.
6. When the Phantom PS1000 receives the position
from the polled vessel, RECEIVED POS REPLY” will
appear on the LCD.
7. Press the [] or [] key to see the name and position (LAT/LOG) of the vessel polled vessel.
8. If the Phantom PS1000 does not receive a reply,
the LCD will display “NO REPLY.” Press the [] key
and select “SEND” to transmit the call again or “EXIT”
to exit the Position Request mode.
NOTE
If the Phantom PS1000 does not receive position data
from the polled vessel, the LCD will show “NO POSITION
DATA.”
11.8.3 Receiving a Position Request
When a position request call is received from another vessel, a ringing alarm
will sound and POS REQUEST will be show in the LCD. Operation and transceiver function differs depending on the setting of section “11.8.1 Setting up
Position Reply.”
Automatically reply:
1. When a position request call is received, a calling alarm
sounds 4 times. Then requested position coordinates are
transmitted automatically to the vessel requesting your vessels position.
2. To exit from position request display, press any key.
Manually reply:
1. When a position request call is received from another vessel, “RECEIVED POS REQUEST” will appear on the LCD and a ringing alarm sounds 4 times.
2. Press the [ ] key to see the MMSI of the vessel
transmitting the Position Request.
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Select type of reply function “SEND” or “NO REPLY”
by using the [] or [] key.
4. W h e n “ S E N D ” i s s e l e c t e d , p r e s s t h e
[CALL(SET)MENU] key. And your position will be
transmitted to the requesting vessel.
5. To exit from position request display, press the [16/9] key.
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11.9 POSITION SEND
The feature is similar to Position Request, however instead of requesting a
position of another vessel this function allows you to send your position to another vessel. Your vessel must have an operating GPS receiver connected for
the Phantom PS1000 to send the position.
11.9.1 Setting up a Position Send Ringer
The PS1000 has the capability to turn off the Position Send ringer.
1. Press and hold down the [CALL(SET)MENU] key
until “RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [ ] key to select “DCS SETUP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
3. Press the [] or [] key to select “DSC BEEP” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to select “POS SEND”
menu, then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
5. Press the [] or [] key to select “oF.”
6. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
7. To exit this menu and return to radio operation mode
press the [16/9] key.
If you wish to return to enabling the ringer tone, just repeat the above procedure, pressing the [] or [] key to select “on” in step “5” above.
11.9.2 Transmitting a DSC Position Send Call
1. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key. The DSC Operation menu will appear.
2. Press the [] or [] key to select “POS SEND” menu,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key. The transceiver will beep, and the “Position Send directory”
will appear. (To cancel, press the [16/9] key)
3. Press the [] or [] key to select the “name” you
want to contact.
4. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to send your position
to the selected vessel.
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11.9.3 Receiving a DSC Position Send Call
When another vessel transmits their vessels location to the PS1000 the following will happen:
1. When the Position Send Call is received, “RECEIVED POS
SEND” will appear on the LCD and a ringing sound will be
produced.
2. Press any key to stop ringing.
3. Press the [] or [] key to see the name and position (LAT/LOG) of the of the vessel transmitting the
Position Send Call.
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12 RADIO SETUP
12.1 LCD DIMMER
This selection sets up the display backlight intensity or to turn it off. Default
setting is level “3.”
1. Press and hold down the [CALL (SET )MENU ] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “DIMMER” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select the desired level. You will
be able to see the effects of your changes. The dimmer
level can be set from “0 (off)” to “3.”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected level.
6. Press the [16/9] key to return to radio operation.
12.2 LCD CONTRAST
This selection sets up the display for best viewabilty for the operation. Default
setting is level “4.”
1. Press and hold down the [CALL (SET )MENU ] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “CONTRAST” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select the desired level. You will
be able to see the effects of your changes. The contrast
level can be set from “0” to “7.”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected level.
6. Press the [16/9] key to return to radio operation.
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12.3 TIME OFFSET
This selection sets the time offset between local time and UTC (time GPS
sends to radio). Time is displayed when GPS position (LAT/LON) is displayed
by pressing the [NAV] key. Default setting is level “00.”
1. Press and hold down the [ CALL (SET )MENU] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “TIME” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to select time offset from UTC.
See illustration below to find your offset time from UTC. If
“00” is assigned, the time is the same as UTC (Universal
Time Coordinated or GMT Greenwich Mean Time).
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the time offset.
6. Press the [16/9] key to return to radio operation.
OFFSET TIME TABLE
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12.4 CHANGING GPS INFORMATION TO
VESSEL POSITION OR COG
Allows customizing the NAV data showing GPS Information. Factory default is
“Your Vessel’s Current Position,” however, following the steps below the GPS
Information can be changed to “Course Over Ground (COG).”
1. Press and hold down the [CALL (SET )MENU ] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “NAV DISPLAY” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select “Pos (Your Vessel’s Current Position)” or “Cru (Course Over Ground).”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
6. Press the [16/9] key to return to radio operation.
12.5 CHANGING COG TO TRUE OR MAGNETIC
Allows customizing the NAV data showing GPS Course Over Ground (COG).
Factory default is “True,” however, following the steps below the COG can be
changed to “Magnetic.”
1. Press and hold down the [CALL (SET )MENU ] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “MAGNETIC” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] key to select “on (Magnetic)” or “of
(True).”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
6. Press the [16/9] key to return to radio operation.
In the “True” mode, the display shows direction with “T.” Meanwhile, the the display shows with “M” in the “Magnetic” mode.
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12.6 SCAN TYPE
This selection selects which is the scanning feature start the “Memory Scan
(M-SCAN)” or “Priority Scan (P-SCAN)” when pressing the [SCAN] key. Default setting is level “Memory Scan (M-SCAN).”
1. Press and hold down the [ CALL (SET )MENU] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “SCAN TYPE” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [ ] key to select “MEMORY” or “PRIORITY.”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
6. Press the [16/9] key to return to radio operation.
12.7 KEY BEEP (ON/OFF)
This selection allows the beep tone when a key is pressed to be turned off.
Default setting is “on.”
1. Press and hold down the [ CALL (SET )MENU] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “KEY BEEP” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select “on” or “of (off).”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to set the beep condition.
6. Press the [16/9] key to return to radio operation.
NOTE
Emergency alarm cannot be turned OFF.
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12.8 WX ALERT (ON/OFF)
This selection allows to select the radios NOAA Weather alert feature “on” and
“off.” Default setting is “on.”
1. Press and hold down the [CALL (SET )MENU ] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “WX ALERT” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select “on” or “of (off).”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
6. Press the [16/9] key to return to radio operation.
12.9 CHANNEL NAME CHANGE
This selection allows you to customize the name of a channel from the default
name.
1. Press and hold down the [CALL (SET )MENU ] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “CH NAME” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select the channel to be named,
then press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
5. Press the [] or [] key to select the first charactor (letter,
number, or symbol) of the channel name.
6. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to enter the first charactor
and move the cursor one space to the right.
7. Repeat step 5 and 6 until the name is complete. The name
can consist of up to twelve characters. If you do not use all
twelve character, press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to move
to the next space. To clear the previous letter, press the
[H/L] key.
8. Press and hold the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the new
name.
9. If you want to enter the name of another channel, repeat
steps 3 through 8.
10. To exit this menu and return to radio operation mode press the [16/9] key.
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12.10 EXTERNAL SPEAKER SELECTION
This selection allow the CMP25 RAM+ internal speaker to be turned off and so
an external speaker can be used. For connection of an external speaker refer
to page 11.
1. Press and hold down the [ CALL (SET )MENU] key until
“RADIO SETUP” menu appears.
2. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key, then press the [ ] or
[] key to select “EXT SPK” menu.
3. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key.
4. Press the [] or [] key to select “on” or “of (off).”
“on”: EXT. speaker “on,” CMP25 RAM+ internal speaker “off”
“oF”: EXT. speaker “off,” CMP25 RAM+ internal speaker “on”
5. Press the [CALL(SET)MENU] key to store the selected setting.
6. Press the [16/9] key to return to radio operation.
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13 MAINTENANCE
The inherent quality of the solid-state components used in this transceiver will
provide many years of continuous use. Taking the following precautions will prevent damage to the transceiver.
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Keep the microphone connected or the jack covered at all times to prevent
corrosion of electrical contacts;
Never key the microphone unless an antenna or suitable dummy load is connected to the transceiver.
Ensure that the supply voltage to the transceiver does not exceed 16 VDC or
fall below 11 VDC.
Use only STANDARD HORIZON-approved accessories and replacement parts.
In the unlikely event of serious problems, please contact your Dealer or our repair
facility. Address and phone numbers for this facility, as well as warranty information, are contained in section “16 WARRANTY.”
13.1 REPLACEMENT PARTS
Occasionally an owner needs a replacement mounting bracket or knob.
These can be ordered from our Parts Department by writing or calling:
Marine Division of Vertex Standard
US Headquarters
10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A.
Telephone (714) 827-7600
Commonly requested parts, and their part numbers are listed below.
• Power Cord: T9023306
• Mounting Bracket: RA052010A
• Mounting Bracket Knob: RA045910A
• RAM+ Mic Routing Cable Assembly: S8101512
13.2 FACTORY SERVICE
In the unlikely event that the radio fails to perform or needs servicing, please contact the following:
Standard Horizon
Attention Marine Repair Department
10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630
Telephone (800) 366-4566
An “RA” Return Authorization number is not necessary to send a product in for
service. Include a brief note describing the problem along with your name, return
address, phone number, and proof of purchase.
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13.3 TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY
Transceiver fails to
power up.
No DC voltage to the a. Check the 12VDC battery connections and
transceiver, or blown
the fuse.
fuse.
b. The PWR key needs to be pressed and held
to turn the radio on.
RAM+ MIC Cable
Check the RAM+ MIC Cable connection.
Transceiver blows fuse
when connected to
power supply.
Reversed power
wires.
Check the power cable for DC voltage, or replace the fuse (6A 250V).
Make sure the red wire is connected to the positive (+) battery post, and the black wire is connected to the negative (-) battery post. If the
fuse still blows, contact your Dealer.
Popping or whining
noise from the speaker
while engine runs.
Engine noise.
Reroute the DC power cables away from the
engine. Add noise suppressor on power cable.
Change to resistive spark plug wires and/or add
an alternator whine filter.
Sound is not emitted
from the internal or external speaker.
Accessory cable.
Check the connections of the accessory cable
(Possible short circuit on the External speaker
cable WHITE/SHIELD).
Receiving station report low transmit
power, even with transceiver set to HI power.
Antenna.
Have the antenna checked or test the transceiver with another antenna. If the problem persists, contact your Dealer for servicing.
“HI BATTERY” or “LO
BATTERY” message is
appeared when the
power is turned on.
The power supply
voltage is too high or
too low.
Confirm that the connected power supply voltage is not 17 volts or lower than 10 volts. Confirm that the generator has not malfunctioned.
Your position is not displayed.
Accessory cable.
Check the accessory cable connection.
Some GPS use the battery ground line for
NMEA connection.
Setting of the GPS
navigation receiver.
Check the output signal format of the GPS navigation receiver. This radio requires NMEA0183
format with GLL, RMB, GGA, or GNS sentence
as an output signal. If the GPS has a baud rate
setting make sure to select 4800 and parity to
NONE.
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14. CHANNEL ASSIGNMENTS
Tables on the following columns list the VHF Marine Channel assignments for
U.S.A. and International use. Below are listed some data about the charts.
1. VTS. Where indicated, these channels are part of the U.S. Coast Guard’s
Vessel Traffic System.
2. Alpha channel numbers, that is, channel numbers followed by the letter A
(such as Channel 07A) are simplex channels on the U.S.A. or Canadian
channel assignments whose counterparts in the International assignments
are duplex channels. International channels do not use “alpha” numbers. If
you call the Coast Guard on Channel 16, they will sometimes ask you to
“go to channel 22 Alpha.” This is a channel assigned to U.S.A, and Canadian Coast Guards for handling distress and other calls. If your radio is set
for International operation you will go to Channel 22 instead of 22A, and
will not be able to communicate with the Coast Guard. To use Channel 22A,
your radio must be set for USA or Canada operation, usually by a U/I/C
(USA/International/Canada) control or combination of controls. Channel 22
(without an “A”) is an International duplex channel for port operations.
Some radios indicate an “A” adjacent to the alpha channels on the display;
on others “alpha” is not indicated but the proper channel is selected based
on the U/I/C setting.
3. Bridge-to-Bridge channels (for example, Channel 13) are for use by bridge
operators on intercoastal waterways and rivers. It is also used by marine
vessels in the vicinity of these bridges for navigation and for communicating with the bridge operators. Note that a limit of 1 Watt is specified for
these channels. See page 26 for additional information.
4. The S/D column on the chart indicates either S (simplex) or D (duplex).
Simplex means transmitting and receiving on the same frequency. Only
one party at a time can talk, unlike a telephone. Be sure to say “over” and
release your microphone push-to-talk switch at the end of each transmission. Duplex operation involves the use of one frequency for transmitting
and a separate frequency for receiving. On channels specified as duplex
on the charts, correct mode of operation is established automatically by
your radio when you select a channel; you cannot change the mode. And
you still must release the push-to-talk switch after each transmission in
order to listen to the radio.
5. Channels normally used by recreational boaters are those that include the
term “non-commercial” in the Channel Use column of the chart. Some of
these are shared with other users and some are used only in certain geographic regions.
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6. Marine vessels equipped with VHF radios are required to monitor Channel 16.
CH
01
01A
02
03
03A
04
U
C
X
X
X
X
X
04A
X
05
05A
06
07
X
X
X
X
07A
08
09
X
X
X
X
X
X
10
11
12
13
14
15
15
16
17
18
18A
19
19A
19A
20
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
20A
21
21A
22
22A
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
VHF MARINE CHANNEL CHART
I S/D
TX
RX
CHANNEL USE
X D 156.050 160.650 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
S
156.050
Port Operation and Commercial.
VTS in selected areas
X D 156.100 160.700 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
X D 156.150 160.750 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
S
156.150
US Government only, Coast Guard
X D 156.200 160.800 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator),
Port operation, ship movement
S
156.200
Pacific coast: Coast Guard, East Coast:
Commercial fishing
X D 156.250 160.850 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator),
Port operation, ship movement
S
156.250
Port operation. VTS in Seattle
X S
156.300
Inter-ship Sefety
X D 156.350 160.950 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator),
Port operation, ship movement
S
156.350
Commercial
X S
156.400
Commercial (Inter-ship only)
X S
156.450
Boater Calling channel, Commercial &
Non-commercial (Recreational)
X S
156.500
Commercial
X S
156.550
Commercial. VTS in selected areas.
X S
156.600
Port operation. VTS in selected areas.
X S
156.650
Inter-ship Navigation Safety (Bridge-to-bridge)
X S
156.700
Port operation. VTS in selected areas.
S
--156.750 Environmental (Receive only)
X S
156.750
Commercial, non-commercial, ship movement (1 W)
X S
156.800
International Distress, Safety and Calling
X S
156.850
State Controlled (1 W)
X D 156.900 161.500 Port operation, ship movement
S
156.900
Commercial
X D 156.950 161.550 Port operation, ship movement
S
156.950
US: Commercial
S
156.950
Coast Guard
X D 157.000 161.600 Canadian Coast Guard Only,
International: port operations and shipment
S
157.000
Port operation
X D 157.050 161.650 Port operation, ship movement
S
157.050
U.S. Government Only, Canadian Coast Guard
X D 157.100 161.700 Port operation, ship movement
S
157.100
US and Canadian Coast Guard Liaison and
Maritime Safety Information Broadcasts announced
on channel 16
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CH
23
23A
24
25
26
27
28
60
61
U
61A
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
C
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
62
62A
X
63
63A
X
64
64A
X
X
X
65A
66
X
X
66A
67
X
X
X
X
68
69
X
X
X
X
70
X
X
71
X
X
72
73
X
X
X
X
74
X
X
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VHF MARINE CHANNEL CHART
I S/D
TX
RX
CHANNEL USE
X D 157.150 161.750 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
S
157.150
U.S. Government Only
X D 157.200 161.800 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
X D 157.250 161.850 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
X D 157.300 161.900 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
X D 157.350 161.950 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
X D 157.400 162.000 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
X D 156.025 160.625 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
X D 156.075 160.675 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator),
Port operation, ship movement
S
156.075
U.S. Government Only, Canadian Coast GuardPacific Coast, Commercial Fishing-East Coast
X D 156.125 160.725 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator),
Port operation, ship movement
S
156.125
Public Coast: Coast Guard;
East Coast: commercial fishing only
X D 156.175 160.775 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator),
Port operation, ship movement
S
156.175
Port Operation and Commercial.
VTS in selected areas.
X D 156.225 160.825 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator),
Port operation, ship movement
S
156.225
U.S. Government Only,
Canadian Commercial Fishing
X D 156.275 160.875 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator),
Port operation, ship movement
S
156.275
Port Opeations
X D 156.325 160.925 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator),
Port operation, ship movement
S
156.325
Port Operations
X S
156.375
US: Commercial. Used for Bridge-to-bridge com
muni-cations in lower Mississippi River. Inter-ship
only,
Canada: Commercial fishing, S&R
X S
156.425
Non-commercial (Recreational)
X S
156.475
US: Non-commercial (Recreational),
Canada: Commercial fishing only,
International: Inter-ship, Port opertions and Ship
movement
X S
156.525
Digital selective calling (voice communications not
allowed)
X S
156.575
US, Canada: Non-commercial (Recreational),
International: Port opertions and Ship movement
X S
156.625
Non-commercial (Inter-ship only)
X S
156.675
US: Port Operations,
Canada: Commercial fish ing only,
International: Inter-ship, Port opertions and Ship
movement
X S
156.725
US: Port Operations,
Canada: Commercial fishing only,
International: Inter-ship, Port opertions and Ship
movement
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CH
75
76
77
77
78
U
X
X
X
C
78A
79
79A
80
80A
81
81A
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
82A
X
X
83
83A
X
X
X
83
84
85
86
87
88
88A
WX01
WX02
WX03
WX04
WX05
WX06
WX07
WX08
WX09
WX10
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
82
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
VHF MARINE CHANNEL CHART
S/D
TX
RX
CHANNEL USE
S
156.775
Port Operations (Inter-ship only) (1W)
S
156.825
Port Operations (Inter-ship only) (1W)
S
156.875
Port Operations (Inter-ship only) (1W)
X S
156.875
Port Operations (Inter-ship only)
X D 156.925 161.525 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator),
Port operation, ship-movement
S
156.925
Non-commercial (Recreational)
X D 156.975 161.575 Port operation and Ship movement
S
156.975
Commercial
X D 157.025 161.625 Port operation, ship movement
S
157.025
Commercial
X D 157.075 161.675 Port operation, ship movement
S
157.075
U.S. Government Only Environmental protection operations.
X D 157.125 161.725 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator),
Port operation, ship movement
S
157.125
U.S. Government Only,
Canadian Coast Guard Only
X D 157.175 161.775 Canadian Coast Guard Only
S
157.175
U.S. Government Only,
Canadian Coast Guard Only
X D 157.175 161.775 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
X D 157.225 161.825 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
X D 157.275 161.875 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
X D 157.325 161.925 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
X D 157.375 161.975 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
X D 157.425 162.025 Public Correspondence (ship-to-coast)
S
157.425
Commercial, Inter-ship Only
X D
--162.550 Weather (receive only)
X D
--162.400 Weather (receive only)
X D
--162.475 Weather (receive only)
X D
--162.425 Weather (receive only)
X D
--162.450 Weather (receive only)
X D
--162.500 Weather (receive only)
X D
--162.525 Weather (receive only)
X D
--161.650 Weather (receive only)
X D
--161.775 Weather (receive only)
X D
--163.275 Weather (receive only)
I
The above BOLD channels are not for use of the general public in U.S. waters, unless proper authorization is
given.
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Points of communication (Intership and between coast and ship
Coast u n l e s s o t h e r w i s e
Ship
transmit transmit iandicated)
Port Operations
01A1
156.050 156.050
63A1
156.175 156.175
052
156.250 156.250
65A
156.275 156.275
66A
156.325 156.325
123
156.600 156.600
73
156.675 156.675
3
14
156.700 156.700
74
156.725 156.725
156.875
Intership only.
774
20A12 157.000
Intership only.
Navigational (Bridge-to-Bridge)5
136
156.650 156.650
677
156.375 156.375
Commercial
01A1
156.050 156.050
63A1
156.175 156.175
07A
156.350 156.350
156.375
Intership only.
677
08
156.400 ........ Do.
09
156.450 156.450
10
156.500 156.500
113
156.550 156.550
18A
156.900 156.900
19A
156.950 156.950
79A
156.975 156.975
80A
157.025 157.025
157.425 ........ Intership only.
88A8
7214
156.625 ........ Internship only.
Digital Selective Calling
7015
156.525 156.525
Channel
designator
Carrier frequency
(MHz)
Channel
designator
6817
0916
69
71
72
78A
79A
80A
6714
16
06
1513
179,10
22A11
Points of communication (Intership and between coast and ship
Coast u n l e s s o t h e r w i s e
Ship
transmit transmit iandicated)
Noncommercial
156.425 156.425
156.450 156.450
156.475 156.475
156.575 156.575
156.625 ........ Intership only.
156.925 156.925
156.975 156.975 Great Lakes only.
157.025 157.025 Do.
156.375 ....... Internship only.
Distress, Safety and Calling
156.800 156.800 EPRIB
Intership Safety
156.300 ........ a. Intership, or
b. For SAR: Ship
and aircraft for the
U.S. Coast Guard.
Environmental
........ 156.750 Coast to ship only.
Maritime Control
156.850 156.850
Liaison, U.S. Coast Guard
157.100 157.100 Ship, aircraft, and
coast stations of
the U.S. Coast
Guard and at
Lake Mead, Nev.,
ship and coast
stations of the
National Park
Service, U.S.
Department of the
Interior.
Carrier frequency
(MHz)
1: 156.050 MHz and 156.175 MHz are available for port operations and commercial communications purposes when used only within the U.S. Coast Guard designated Vessel
Traffic Services (VTS) area of New Orleans, on the lower Mississippi River from the
various pass entrances in the Gulf of Mexico to Devil’s Swamp Light at River Mile 242.4
above head of passes near Baton Rouge.
2: 156.250 MHz is available for port operations communications use only within the U.S.
Coast Guard designated VTS radio protection areas of New Orleans and Houston described in Sec. 80.383. 156.250 MHz is available for intership port operations communications used only within the area of Los Angeles and Long Beach harbors, within a 25nautical mile radius of Point Fermin, California.
3: 156.550 MHz, 156.600 MHz and 156.700 MHz are available in the U.S. Coast Guard
designated port areas only for VTS communications and in the Great Lakes available
primarily for communications relating to the movement of ships in sectors designated by
the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation or the U.S. Coast Guard. The use of
these frequencies outside VTS and ship movement sector protected areas is permitted
provided they cause no interference to VTS and ship movement communications in thier
respective designated sectors.
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4: Use of 156.875 MHz is limited to communications with pilots regarding the movement
and docking of ships. Normal output power must not exceed 1 watt.
5: 156.375 MHz and 156.650 MHz are available primarily for intership navigational communications. These frequencies are available between coast and ship on a secondary basis
when used on or in the vicinity of locks or drawbridges. Normal output power must not
exceed 1 watt. Maximum output power must not exceed 10 watts for coast stations or 25
watts for ship stations.
6: On the Great Lakes, in addition to bridge-to-bridge communications, 156.650 MHz is
available for vessel control purposes in established vessel traffic systems. 156.650 MHz
is not available for use in the Mississippi River from South Pass Lighted Whistle Buoy “2”
and Southwest Pass entrance Midchannel Lighted Whistle Buoy to mile 242.4 above
Head of Passes near Baton Rouge. Additionally it is not available for use in the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet, the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet Canal, and the Inner Harbor
Navigational Canal, except to aid the transition from these areas.
7: Use of 156.375 MHz is available for navigational communications only in the Mississippi
River from South Pass Lighted Whistle Buoy “2” and Southwest Pass entrance Midchannel Lighted Whistle Buoy to mile 242.4 above head of Passes near Baton Rouge,
and in addition over the full length of the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet Canal from entrance to its junction with the Inner Harbor Navigation Canal, and over the ull length of
the Inner Harbor Navigation Canal from its junction with the Mississippi River to its entry
to Lake Pontchartrain at the New Seabrook vehicular bridge.
8: Within 120 km (75 miles) of the United States/Canada border, in the area of the Puget
Sound and the Strait of Juan de Fuca and its approaches, 157.425 MHz is half of the
duplex pair designated as Channel 88. In this area, Channel 88 is available to ship
stations for communications with public coast stations only. More than 120 km (75 miles)
from the United States/Canada border in the area of the Puget Sound and the Strait of
Juan de Fuca, its approaches, the Great Lakes, and the St. Lawrence Seaway, 157.425
MHz is available for intership and commercial communications. Outside Puget Sound
area and its approaches and the Great Lakes, 157.425 MHz is also available for communications between commercial fishing vessels and associated aircraft while engaged in
commercial fishing activities.
9: When the frequency 156.850 MHz is authorized, it may be used additionally for search
and rescue training exercises conducted by state or local governments.
10: The frequency 156.850 MHz is additionally available to coast stations on the Great Lakes
for transmission of scheduled Coded Marine Weather Forecasts (MAFOR), Great Lakes
Weather Broadcast (LAWEB) and nscheduled Notices to Mariners or Bulletins. F3C and
J3C emissions are permitted. Coast Stations on the Great Lakes must cease weather
broadcasts which cause interference to stations operating on 156.800 MHz until the
interference problem is resolved.
11: The frequency 157.100 MHz is authorized for search and rescue training exercises by
state or local government in conjunction with U.S. Coast Guard stations. Prior U.S. Coast
Guard approval is required. Use must cease immediately on U.S. Coast Guard request.
12: The duplex pair for channel 20 (157.000/161.600 MHz) may be used for ship to coast
station communications.
13: Available for assignment to coast stations, the use of which is in accord with an agreed
program, for the broadcast of information to ship stations concerning the environmental
conditions in which vessels operate, i.e., weather; sea conditions; time signals; notices
to mariners; and hazards to navigation.
14: Available only in the Puget Sound and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
15: The frequency 156.525 MHz is to be used exclusively for distress, safety and calling
using digital selective calling techniques. No other uses are permitted.
16: The frequency 156.450 MHz is available for intership, ship and coast general purpose
calling by noncommercial vessels, such as recreational boats and private coast stations.
17: The frequency 156.425 MHz is assigned by rule to private coast stations in Alaska for
facsimile transmissions as well as voice communications.
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15. WARRANTY
Marine Products Limited Warranty
STANDARD HORIZON (a division of Vertex Standard) warrants, to the original
purchaser only, each new Marine Communications Product (“Product”) manufactured and/or supplied by STANDARD HORIZON against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of time from
the date of purchase as follows:
Fixed Mount and Portable Transceivers
1 year - if purchased before 01/01/91
3 years - if purchased between 01/01/91 and 01/01/94
3 years Waterproof - if purchased after 01/01/94
RAM+ mic
3 years if purchase after 01/01/05
Loud hailers
1 year - if purchased before 01/01/91
3 years - if purchased after 01/01/91
Associated Chargers
1 year - if purchased before 01/01/91
3 years - if purchased after 01/01/91
Associated Batteries - 1 year. Note: Batteries will be deemed deflective only if
storage capacity drops below 80% of rated capacity or if leakage develops.
Associated Accessories - 1 year. Includes: Microphones/Handsets, External
Speakers, Antennas, Carrying Accessories, Power Supplies, and Signaling Boards.
To receive warranty service, the purchaser must deliver the Product, transportation and insurance prepaid, to STANDARD HORIZON (a division of Vertex
Standard), Attention Marine repairs 10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630.
Include proof of purchase indicating model. serial number, and date of purchase. STANDARD HORIZON will return the Product to the purchaser freight
prepaid. Products purchased prior to January 1, 1991 will bear the STANDARD
HORIZON warranty terms in effect prior to that date.
In the event of a defect, malfunction or failure of the Product during the warranty period, STANDARD HORIZON’s liability for any breach of contract or any
breach of express or implied warranties in connection with the sale of Products
shall be limited solely to repair or replacement, at its option, of the Product or
part(s) therein which, upon examination by STANDARD HORIZON, appear to
be defective or not up to factory specifications. STANDARD HORIZON may, at
its option, repair or replace parts or subassemblies with new or reconditioned
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parts and subassemblies. Parts thus repaired or replaced are warranted for the
balance of the original applicable warranty.
STANDARD HORIZON will not warrant installation, maintenance or service of
the Products. In all instances, STANDARD HORIZON’s liability for damages shall
not exceed the purchase price of the defective Product.
This warranty only extends to Products sold within the 50 States of the United
States of America and the District of Columbia.
STANDARD HORIZON will pay all labor to repair the product and replacement
parts charges incurred in providing the warranty service except where purchaser
abuse or other qualifying exceptions exist. The purchaser must pay any transportation expenses incurred in returning the Product to STANDARD HORIZON
for service.
This limited warranty does not extend to any Product which has been subjected
to misuse, neglect, accident, incorrect wiring by anyone other than STANDARD
HORIZON, improper installation, or subjected to use in violation of instructions
furnished by STANDARD HORIZON, nor does this warranty extend to Products
on which the serial number has been removed, defaced, or changed. STANDARD HORIZON cannot be responsible in any way for ancillary equipment not
furnished by STANDARD HORIZON which is attached to or used in connection
with STANDARD HORIZON’s Products, or for the operation of the Product with
any ancillary equipment, and all such equipment is expressly excluded from this
warranty. STANDARD HORIZON disclaims liability for range, coverage, or operation of the Product and ancillary equipment as a whole under this warranty.
STANDARD HORIZON reserves the right to make changes or improvements in
Products, during subsequent production, without incurring the obligation to install such changes or improvements on previously manufactured Products.
The implied warranties which the law imposes on the sale of this Product are
expressly LIMITED, in duration, to the time period specified above. STANDARD
HORIZON shall not be liable under any circumstances for consequential damages resulting from the use and operation of this Product, or from the breach of
this LIMITED WARRANTY, any implied warranties, or any contract with STANDARD HORIZON. IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OF ITS PRODUCTS,
STANDARD HORIZON MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
AS TO THE MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE, EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH HEREIN.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above
limitations or exclusions may not apply. This warranty gives specific legal rights,
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and there may be other rights which may vary from state to state.
ONLY PRODUCTS SOLD ON OR AFTER JANUARY 1, 1991 ARE COVERED
UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
ON-LINE WARRANTY REGISTRATION
THANK YOU for buying Marine Division of Vertex Standard products!
We are confident your new radio will serve your needs for many years!
Please visit www.standardhorizon.com to register the Phantom
PS1000 Marine VHF. It should be noted that visiting the Web site from
time to time may be beneficial to you, as new products are released they
will appear on the STANDARD HORIZON Web site. Also a statement
regarding product support should be added to the manual.
Product Support Inquiries
If you have any questions or comments regarding the use of the Phantom PS1000, you can visit the STANDARD HORIZON Web site to send
an E-Mail or contact the Product Support team at (714) 827-7600 ext
6300 M-F 7:00-5:00PST.
In addition to the warranty, STANDARD HORIZON includes a lifetime “flat
rate” and “customer loyalty” programs to provide service after the warranty
period has expired. If you wish to obtain the flat rate price for out-of-warranty repair, you must include the information on the Owner’s Record with
the unit when you return it to your Dealer or to STANDARD HORIZON.
Lifetime Flat Rate Service Program: For the original Owner only, for the
lifetime of the unit, STANDARD HORIZON will repair the unit to original
specifications.
Note: The flat rate amount is payable by the Owner only if STANDARD
HORIZON or the STANDARD HORIZON Dealer determines that a repair is needed. After the repair, a 90-day warranty will be in effect from
the date of return of the unit to the Owner.
This service program is not available for equipment which has failed as a
result of neglect, accident, breakage, misuse, improper installation or
modification, or water damage (depending on the product).
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16 SPECIFICATIONS
Performance specifications are nominal, unless otherwise indicated, and are
subject to change without notice.
16.1 GENERAL
Channels ............................................................. All USA, International and Canadian
Input Voltage ....................................................................................... 13.8 VDC ±20%
Current Drain
Standby ........................................................................................................... 0.3 A
Receive ........................................................................................................... 0.5 A
Transmit ................................................................................... 5.5 A (Hi); 1.5 A (Lo)
Dimensions ................................................................ 2-1/2” H x 6-5/16” W x 6-5/16” D
(64 H x 160 W x 160 D mm)
Flush-Mount Dimensions ................................................... 2” H x 5-5/16” W x 5-1/8” D
(50 H x 136 W x 130 D mm)
Weight ...................................................................................................... 2.2 lbs (1 kg)
16.2 TRANSMITTER
Frequency Range .................................................................. 156.025 to 157.425 MHz
RF Output ...................................................................................... 25 W (Hi); 1 W (Lo)
Conducted Spurious Emissions ................................................. 80 dB (Hi); 60 dB (Lo)
Audio Response ..............................................................within +1/-3 of a 6 dB/octave
pre-emphasis characteristic at 300 to 3000 Hz
Audio Distortion ...................................................................................................... 5 %
Modulation ..................................................................... 16K0G3E, for DSC 16K0G2B
Frequency Stability (-20°C to +50°C) ............................................................ ±0.0005%
FM Hum and Noise .............................................................................................. 50 dB
16.3 RECEIVER
Frequency Range .................................................................. 156.050 to 163.275 MHz
Sensitivity
20 dB Quieting ............................................................................................ 0.35 µV
12 dB SINAD ............................................................................................... 0.25 µV
Squelch Sensitivity (Threshold) ................................................................... 0.13 µV
Modulation Acceptance Bandwidth ................................................................. ±7.5 kHz
Selectivity
Spurious and Image Rejection ................................................... better than -70 dB
Intermodulation and Rejection at 12 dB SINAD ......................... better than -70 dB
Audio Output (CMP25) ............................................................................................ 2 W
Audio Response ............................................................ within + 2/–8 of a 6 dB/octave
de-emphasis characteristic at 300 to 3000 Hz
Frequency Stability (-20°C to +50°C) ........................................................... ±0.0005 %
Channel Spacing ................................................................................................ 25 kHz
DSC Format ............................................................................................. RTCMSC101
NMEA Input/Output ........................................................................ Output - DSC, DSE
Input - GLL, GGA, RMC and GNS
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Marine Division of VERTEX STANDARD
US Headquarters
10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A.
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