FURUNO GP1971F Installation Manual

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Installation Manual
IMPORTANT NOTICES AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ..........i
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ....................................................iii
EQUIPMENT LIST ....................................................................iv
1. INSTALLATION....................................................................1
1.1 Display Unit Installation................................................................1
1.2 Radar Sensor (DRS4W) Installation............................................4
1.3 Transducer Installation................................................................5
1.4 Speed/Temperature Sensor (Option) Installation......................14
2. WIRING...............................................................................15
2.1 Power/NMEA0183 Port.............................................................15
2.2 XDR Port .....................................................................................16
2.3 NMEA2000 (CAN bus) Connections..........................................17
3. SETTINGS AND ADJUSTMENTS .....................................18
3.1 Starting the Setup Procedure .....................................................18
3.2 How to Use the Menu................................................................ 19
3.3 Initial Setup Menu ....................................................................... 20
3.4 How to Set Up the Fish Finder..................................................24
3.5 How to Set Up the Radar........................................................... 25
3.6 How to Set Up the SUZUKI Gateway........................................27
4. INPUT/OUTPUT DATA........................................................30
4.1 How to access the [Interface] menu...........................................30
4.2 How to set up for NMEA0183 configurations .............................30
4.3 How to select a data source .......................................................30
4.4 How to select which NMEA2000 data to output ......................... 31
4.5 How to select which NMEA0183 sentence to output ................. 31
4.6 How to calibrate (offset) the sensors .........................................32
4.7 How to reset the [Interface] menu..............................................33
4.8 NMEA0183/NMEA2000 Monitor ................................................. 33
5. MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING ....................34
5.1 General Maintenance.................................................................34
5.2 Life of Parts................................................................................35
5.3 Troubleshooting .........................................................................35
5.4 How to Restore the Default Settings..........................................37
5.5 How to View the System Information .........................................37
APPENDIX 1 MENU TREE ................................................. AP-1
APPENDIX 2 RADIO REGULATORY INFORMATION ......AP-9
SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................SP-1
OUTLINE DRAWINGS ...........................................................D-1
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM ...........................................S-1
GPS/WAAS COLOR CHART PLOTTER with FISH FINDER
Model GP-1871F/GP-1971F
i
IMPORTANT NOTICES AND
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
General
This manual has been authored with simplified grammar, to meet the needs of international users.
The operator of this equipment must read and follow the descriptions in this manual.
Wrong operation or maintenance can cancel the warranty or cause injury.
Do not copy any part of this manual without written permission from FURUNO.
If this manual is lost or worn, contact your dealer about replacement.
The contents of this manual and equipment specifications can change without notice.
The example screens (or illustrations) shown in this manual can be different from the screens you
see on your display. The screens you see depend on your system configuration and equipment
settings.
Save this manual for future reference.
Any modification of the equipment (including software) by persons not authorized by FURUNO will
cancel the warranty.
The following concern acts as our importer in Europe, as defined in DECISION No 768/2008/EC.
- Name: FURUNO EUROPE B.V.
- Address: Ridderhaven 19B, 2984 BT Ridderkerk, The Netherlands
All brand and product names are trademarks, registered trademarks or service marks of their
respective holders.
How to discard this product
Discard this product according to local regulations for the disposal of industrial waste. For disposal in
the USA, see the homepage of the Electronics Industries Alliance (http://www.eiae.org/) for the
correct method of disposal.
How to discard a used battery
Some FURUNO products have a battery(ies). To see if your product has a battery, see the chapter
on Maintenance. If a battery is used, tape the + and - terminals of battery before disposal to prevent
fire, heat generation caused by short circuit.
In the European Union
The crossed-out trash can symbol indicates that all types of batteries
must not be discarded in standard trash, or at a trash site. Take the
used batteries to a battery collection site according to your national
legislation and the Batteries Directive 2006/66/EU.
In the USA
The Mobius loop symbol (three chasing arrows) indicates that
Ni-Cd and lead-acid rechargeable batteries must be recycled.
Take the used batteries to a battery collection site according to
local laws.
In the other countries
There are no international standards for the battery recycle symbol. The number of symbols can in-
crease when the other countries make their own recycle symbols in the future.
CE declaration
With regards to CE declarations, please refer to our website (www.furuno.com), for further infor-
mation about RoHS conformity declarations.
Program Number
1950193-.*.*R (“*” denotes minor modifications)
Cd
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Safety Instructions
Read these safety instructions before you install or operate the equipment.
Use only the specified power and
signal cable.
Fire or damage to the equipment can
result if a different cable is used.
WARNING
CAUTION
Warning, Caution Prohibitive Action Mandatory Action
Ground the equipment to prevent
electrical shock and mutual interference.
CAUTION
CAUTION
The front panel of the display unit is
made of glass. Handle it with care.
Injury can result if the glass breaks.
Indicates a condition that can cause death or serious injury if not
avoided.
Indicates a condition that can cause minor or moderate injury if
not avoided.
Turn off the power immediately at the
switchboard if water leaks into the
equipment or smoke or fire is coming
from the equipment.
Failure to turn off the equipment can
cause fire or electrical shock.
WARNING
Turn off the power at the
switchboard before beginning the
installation.
Fire or electrical shock can result if
the power is left on.
Observe the following compass safe
distances to prevent interference to a
magnetic compass:
Do not connect/disconnect the
cables connect to the unit while
the power is turned on.
The unit may be damaged.
Do not transmit with the transducer
out of water.
The unit and transducer may be damaged.
Standard compass Steering compass
0.6 m 0.4 m
Be sure no water leaks in at the
transducer mounting location.
Water leakage can sink the vessel.
Also, confirm that vibrations will not
lossen the transducer. The installer of
the equipment is solely responsible for
the proper installation of the equipment.
FURUNO will assume no responsibility
for any damage associated with
improper installation.
Do not open the equipment unless
totally familiar with electrical circuits
and service manual.
Only qualified personnel can work inside
the equipment.
The transducer cable must handled
carefully, following the guidelines
below.
- Keep fuels and oils away from the cable.
- Locate the cable where it will not be
damaged.
- Do not paint the cable.
The cable sheath is made of chlorophrane or
polychloride vinyl, which are easily damaged
by plastic solvents such as toluene. Locate
the cables away from plastic solvents.
Do not turn the equipment on with the
transducer out of water.
The transducer can be damaged.
Do not use high-pressure cleaners to
clean this equipment.
This equipment has the waterproof rating
outlined in the specifications, at the back of
this manual.
However, the use of high-pressure cleaning
equipment can cause water ingress, resulting
in damage to, or failure of, the equipment.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
: Standard Supply
: Optional/Local Supply
GP-1871F
or
GP-1971F
DRS4W
or
Wireless Access Point
Wireless connection
NMEA2000 Network Devices
(FI-70/NAVpilot-300/etc.)
NMEA2000 Converter
IF-NMEA-2K2
NMEA2000 Data Converter
IF-NMEAFI
External NMEA0183 equipment
To ship’s mains
12 to 24 VDC
Transducer* 1 Transducer* 2
Matching Box
MB-1100
Cautions regarding configurations
• The GP-1x71F is designed to connect with a single DRS4W radar sensor. Connection with
multiple radar sensors in not available.
• The DRS4W radar sensor can connect with up to two separate GP-1x71F units.
• Up to four GP-1x71F units can be connected to the same NMEA2000 network. However,
settings and data are not shared directly between units.
* 1 : 520-5PSD, 520-5MSD, 520-PLD, 525-5PWD, 525T-PWD, 525T-BSD,
525T-LTD/12, 525T-LTD/20, SS60-SLTD/12, SS60-SLTD/20, 526TID-HDD,
TM150M, B-75L, B-75H, B-175L, B-175H, 525STID-PWD, 525STID-MSD
*2 : 50/200-1T, 50B-6, 50B-6B, 200B-5S
Transducers
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EQUIPMENT LIST
Standard supply
Optional supply
Name Type Code No. Qty. Remarks
Display Unit GP-1871F - Select
one
-
GP-1971F - -
Installation
Materials
- - 1 -
Accessories - - 1 -
Spare Parts - - 1 -
Name Type Code No. Remarks
Matching Box MB-1100 000-027-226 -
Junction Box FI-5002 000-010-765 -
Temperature Sensor T-04MSB 000-026-893 Thru-hull type
T-04MTB 000-026-894 Transom mount
Speed/Temperature
Sensor
ST-02MSB 000-137-986-01 Thru-hull type, metal
ST-02PSB 000-137-987-01 Thru-hull type, plastic
Inner Hull Mounting
Kit
22S0191-3 001-321-930 -
Cable Assembly 02S4147-2 (10-10,6P) 001-258-330 For ST Sensors.
Extension Cable* 3 C332 10M 001-464-120 10m
(for transducer/triducer)
NMEA Data
Converter
IF-NMEA2K2 000-020-510 -
IF-NMEAFI 000-027-047
Waterproof Cap CAP-WBDMSMA1 000-167-169-10 For NMEA Connector at
rear of unit.
Triducer 525STID-PWD (*2
) 000-011-784-00 -
525STID-MSD (*2 ) 000-011-783-00
Transducer 520-5PSD (*2 ) 000-015-204-00 Select one
Note: The following
transducers require
Matching Box MB-1100
for installation:
50/200-1T *10M*
50B-6 *10M*
50B-6B *15M*
200B-5S *10M*
520-5MSD (* 2 ) 000-015-212-00
525-5PWD (*2 ) 000-146-966-00
520-PLD (*2 ) 000-023-680-00
525T-BSD (*2 ) 000-023-020-00
525T-PWD (* 2 ) 000-023-019-00
SS60-SLTD/12 (*2 ) 000-023-676-00
SS60-SLTD/20 (*2 ) 000-023-677-00
525T-LTD/12 (*2 ) 000-023-679-00
525T-LTD/20 (*2 ) 000-023-678-00
50/200-1T *10M* (* 2 ) 000-015-170-00
526TID-HDD (* 2) 000-023-021-00
50B-6 *10M* 000-015-042
50B-6B *15M* 000-015-043
200B-5S *10M* 000-015-029
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*1 : “x” indicates revision/version number.
*2 : Compatible with ACCU-FISH[trade], Bottom Discrimination and RezBoost[trade] Enhanced
mode. All listed transducers marked with “* 2 ” are compatible with RezBoost[trade] Standard
mode.
*3 : Use of the extension cable may cause the following: reduction in detection performance, in-
correct ACCU-FISH[trade] information, wrong speed data and/or incorrect TD-ID recognition.
CHIRP Transducer TM150M 000-035-550 -
B-75L 000-035-501
B-75H 000-035-502
B-175L 000-035-503
B-175H 000-035-504
Termination Resistor
(Micro)
FRU-MF000000001 001-507-060 -
FRU-MM1000000001 001-507-070 -
Micro T-Connector FRU-MM1MF1MF1001 001-507-050 -
Cable Assembly FRU-NMEA-PFF-010 001-507-010 -
FRU-NMEA-PFF-020 001-507-030 -
FRU-NMEA-PFF-060 001-507-040 -
FRU-NMEA-PMMFF-010 001-506-820 -
FRU-NMEA-PMMFF-020 001-506-830 -
FRU-NMEA-PMMFF-060 001-507-000 -
Operator’s Manual OME-44980-x* 1 000-194-336-1x* 1 Printed manual
Name Type Code No. Remarks
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1. INSTALLATION
1.1 Display Unit Installation
The Display Unit (GP-1871F or GP-1971F) can be mounted in one of two ways: desk-
top (bracket) or flush mount (in the console, etc.).
When selecting a mounting location, keep the following points in mind:
Determine the suitability of the mounting location before permanently mounting the
unit. Bulkheads and roofs can affect the incoming/outgoing signals, depending on
the shape of the vessel, preventing communication with the radar sensor. Signals
are strongest to the fore/aft direction of the unit; weakest to either side of the unit.
The unit should be located within the following distances from the radar sensor, to
ensure a stable connection.
Vessels with no obstructions: approximately 5 m, or less.
Vessels with obstructions: approximately 2 m, or less. (Avoid locations where the
obstruction(s) are composed of metal, carbon-fiber, or similar materials.)
There should be no interfering objects within the line-of-sight to the satellites. An ob-
ject within line-of-sight to satellites, for example, a mast, may block reception or pro-
long acquisition time. Select a location out of the radar and inmarsat beams. Those
beams will obstruct or prevent reception of the GPS satellite signal.
Locate the unit away from areas subject to water splash and rain.
The operating temperature range of this unit is -15[degC] to +55[degC]. Be sure the
mounting location satisfies this requirement.
Locate the unit away from exhaust pipes and vents.
The mounting location should be well ventilated.
Mount the unit where shock and vibration are minimal.
Keep the unit away from electromagnetic field-generating equipment such as mo-
tors and generators.
Select a location away from VHF/UHF antennae, to avoid interference caused by
harmonic waves.
Referring to the outline drawings at the back of this manual, leave sufficient room
for service and maintenance.
Strong signal area
Strong signal area
Approx. 30°Approx. 30°
Approx. 30°Approx. 30°
Weak signal
area
Weak signal
area
Weak signal
area
Weak signal
area
GP-1x71F - Top view
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Key Features

  • High-resolution, sunlight-viewable color display
  • Built-in GPS/WAAS receiver for accurate positioning
  • Powerful fish finder with multiple display modes
  • Radar interface for connecting to a Furuno radar system
  • NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000 connectivity for easy integration with other marine electronics
  • Built-in AIS receiver for receiving AIS data from other vessels

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Frequently Answers and Questions

How do I install the GP1971F?
Please refer to the Installation Manual for detailed installation instructions.
How do I connect the Fish Finder transducer?
Please refer to the Installation Manual for detailed instructions on connecting the Fish Finder transducer.
How do I set up the radar interface?
Please refer to the Installation Manual for detailed instructions on setting up the radar interface.
How do I calibrate the sensors?
Please refer to the Installation Manual for detailed instructions on calibrating the sensors.
How do I reset the [Interface] menu?
Please refer to the Installation Manual for detailed instructions on resetting the [Interface] menu.

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