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Furuno FS-5070 Operator's Manual

Furuno ssb radiotelephone operator's manual.

 
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
FS-1570
FS-2570
FS-5070
MODEL
www.furuno.co.jp

Summary of Contents

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    OPERATOR'S MANUAL SSB RADIOTELEPHONE FS-1570 FS-2570 FS-5070 MODEL www.furuno.co.jp...

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    : +81-(0)798-65-4200 All rights reserved. Printed in Japan Pub. No. OME-56560-C2 (TATA ) FS-1570/2570/5070 The paper used in this manual is elemental chlorine free. ・FURUNO Authorized Distributor/Dealer A : NOV C2 : JUL . 17, 2008 *00016050112* *00016050112* *00016050112* *00016050112*...

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    • Store this manual in a convenient place for future reference. • FURUNO will assume no responsibility for the damage caused by improper use or modification of the equipment (including software) by an unauthorized agent or a third party.

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    Continued use of the equipment can cause fire or electrical shock. Contact a FURUNO agent for service. Do not disassemble or modify the equipment. Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can result.

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    WARNING LABEL(S) Do not remove any safety label. If a label is missing or damaged, contact a FURUNO agent or dealer about replacement. Name: Danger Label DANGER Hazardous voltage. Can shock , burn , Type: or cause death.

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    1. Open the DISTRESS button cover and press the DISTRESS button more than four seconds to show the following display, then release the DISTRESS button. NATURE: UNDESIGNATED POS: TELEPHONE DSC FREQ : 2. After the distress message has been transmitted, the following displays appear in order. Wait for distress acknowledgement.

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    CANCELING DISTRESS ALERT You can cancel the distress call while it is being sent or while waiting for its acknowledgement as follows. 1. Press the CANCEL key. When the following message appears, do the following. 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose CANCEL at the screen, and then push the ENTER 3.

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    CANCELLING DISTRESS ALERT 4. Communicate, via radiotelephone, with the coast station. 5. Press any key. If you used other frequencies to send the distress call, cancel distress call on those frequencies by repeating steps 3 to 5. When all cancellation is completed, the RT display appears. Send cancel msg.

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD ... xii SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS ... xiv 1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW... 1-1 1.1 Controls ... 1-1 1.2 Turning the Power On/Off ... 1-2 1.3 Radiotelephone (RT) Screen ... 1-2 1.4 DSC Standby Screen... 1-3 1.5 Control Unit Dimmer, Contrast ... 1-4 1.6 Loudspeaker...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 3.4.2 Send calls ... 3-5 4. DISTRESS OPERATIONS ... 4-1 4.1 Sending Distress Alert ... 4-1 4.1.1 Sending distress alert by DISTRESS button, nature of distress not specified . 4-2 4.1.2 Sending distress alert by DISTRESS button, nature of distress specified ... 4-4 4.2 Receiving a Distress Alert...

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    6. MENU OPERATION ... 6-1 6.1 Adjusting Handset Volume... 6-1 6.2 Noise Blanker ... 6-2 6.3 Squelch Frequency... 6-2 6.4 User Channels... 6-2 6.4.1 Registering user channels ... 6-2 6.4.2 Deleting user channels... 6-4 6.5 Preparing TX Message ... 6-4 6.5.1 Preparing individual calls...

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 8.3.2 Editing/Deleting timer programs... 8-6 8.4 User Channels ... 8-6 8.4.1 Registering user channels... 8-6 8.4.2 Editing/Deleting user channels... 8-7 8.5 Scan Channel Groups ... 8-7 8.5.1 Registering scan channel groups ... 8-7 8.5.2 Editing/Deleting scan channel groups ... 8-8 9.

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING ... 11-1 11.1 Radiotelephone Test ... 11-1 11.2 Maintenance ... 11-2 11.3 Simple Troubleshooting ... 11-3 11.4 Error Messages ... 11-4 11.5 Replacement of Fuses... 11-5 11.6 Test Call... 11-6 11.7 NBDP Terminal Unit Maintenance... 11-8 11.7.1 Cleaning the equipment ... 11-8 11.7.2 Connectors and earth connection...

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    Dedicated in the design and manufacture of marine electronics equipment for 60 years, FURUNO Electric Company has gained an unrivaled reputation as a world leader in the industry. This is the result of our technical excellence as well as our worldwide distribution and service network.

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    Scanning of DSC frequencies for distress and general calls on MF/HF • File editing capability for readiness in case of emergency • PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) capability standard • Log stores 50 each of latest ordinary, distress and transmitted messages, in separate •...

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    SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS FS-1570 Standard configuration is shown with solid line. DSC DISTRESS SAFETY FREQUENCY # = 2.6 m PREAMP UNIT whip FAX-5 antenna EPFS (GNSS) INCOMING INDICATOR IC-303-DSC TRANSCEIVER UNIT MIF EQUIPMENT DISTRESS ALERT UNIT IC-302-DSC BK INTERFACE BK-300 Exposed to weather Preamp Unit Antenna Coupler Exposed to weather Other Units...

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    FS-2570 Standard configuration is shown with solid line. DSC DISTRESS DSC ROUTINE SAFETY FREQUENCY FREQUENCY # = 2.6 m PREAMP UNIT PREAMP UNIT whip FAX-5 antenna EPFS (GNSS) INCOMING INDICATOR IC-303-DSC MIF EQUIPMENT DISTRESS ALERT UNIT IC-302-DSC BK INTERFACE BK-300 Unit Category Exposed to weather...

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    SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS FS-5070 Standard configuration is shown with solid line. DSC DISTRESS SAFETY FREQUENCY # = 2.6 m PREAMP UNIT PREAMP UNIT whip FAX-5 antenna EPFS (GNSS) INCOMING INDICATOR IC-303-DSC MIF EQUIPMENT DISTRESS ALERT UNIT IC-302-DSC BK INTERFACE BK-300 Unit...

  • Page 19: Operational Overview, Controls

    OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW Controls Control PWR/VOL knob • Turns the power on/off. • Adjusts volume. DISTRESS Press and hold down the button more than four (4) seconds to transmit button the distress alert. CALL key Transmits DSC messages. ENTER knob Rotate to choose menu items; push to register selection. CANCEL key •...

  • Page 20: Turning The Power On/off, Radiotelephone (rt) Screen

    1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW Turns loudspeaker on/off. (Note that this key does not silence the distress or urgency alarm.) 8/PRINT key Prints communications log files, current screen (except DSC standby screen and radiotelephone screen) and test results. Adjusts panel dimmer and LCD contrast. */FILE/CURSOR •...

  • Page 21: Dsc Standby Screen

    DR: Distress received, DS: Distress sent Speaker on/off SSB/TLX/AM Class of Emission SIMP/SDUP/DUP Communication mode (SIMP: simplex, SDUP: semi-duplex, DUP: full-duplex HIGH/MID/LOW1/LOW2 Output power (LOW2: FS-5070 only, minimum output power) FAST/SLOW/OFF Auto gain control (FAST: high-speed, SLOW: low-speed, OFF: no (AGC) adjustment) Noise blanker Squelch Receiving sensitivity S-meter, displays the strength of received signal.

  • Page 22: Control Unit Dimmer, Contrast, Loudspeaker, Setting Scan Frequencies

    1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW Control Unit Dimmer, Contrast You can adjust the dimmer and contrast of the control unit. 1. Press the 9/ key to show the dimmer/contrast adjustment window. DIMMER (1~8) CONTRAST (40~63) EXIT:[CANCEL] 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose DIMMER or CONTRAST, whichever you want to adjust, and then push the ENTER knob.

  • Page 23: Setting For Auto Acknowledgement, System Characteristics, Equipment Priority, Controls Become Inoperative, Controls Become Operative

    Setting for Auto Acknowledgement Individual, position, polling and test calls can be acknowledged automatically or manually. Press the 5/ACK/SQ key to switch the acknowledge mode between automatic and manual alternately. The message AUTO ACK or MANUAL ACK appears on the DSC standby screen with each press of the key.

  • Page 24: Automatic Setting Of Working Frequency, Intercom

    1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW The other control unit in two controls unit system goes ON HOOK. • NBDP stops scanning or communicating. • 1.9.4 Automatic setting of working frequency The radiotelephone automatically sets working frequency in the following conditions: ABLE ACK is sent in response to individual call. •...

  • Page 25: Ssb Radiotelephone, Choosing Class Of Emission

    SSB RADIOTELEPHONE You can use the SSB communication in the RT (radiotelephone) mode. Press the RT/CH key to show the RT screen. Choosing Class of Emission There are three emission modes, SSB, TLX and AM. •SSB: Single Sideband •TLX: Telex (see chapter 7 to 10.) •AM: AM (You cannot transmit in the AM mode.) At the radiotelephone screen, choose class of emission as follows: 1.

  • Page 26: Choosing Channel, Frequency

    2. SSB RADIOTELEPHONE Choosing Channel, Frequency Choose the channel or transmitting frequency to use for the SSB. This setting can be done both when the handset is on and off hook. Note: To set the SSB radiotelephone to 2182 kHz/J3E, press the RT/CH key more than five seconds.

  • Page 27: Transmitting, Transmitting Procedure

    The antenna coupler automatically tunes the transmitter to a wide range of different antenna lengths, from 7 to 18 (FS-1570/2570) or 10 to 18 (FS-5070) meters. To initiate the automatic tuning, do the following: 1.

  • Page 28: Reducing Transmitter Power, Condition Of The Transmitting Unit

    (other ship). 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose HIGH, MID, LOW (1) or LOW2 (shown on FS-5070) in the equipment states area and then push the ENTER knob.

  • Page 29: Receiving, Rf Gain (sensitivity) Adjustment, S-meter

    Checking the transmitting power During transmission, the IA bar deflects according to the current being fed to the antenna feeder from the antenna coupler. The unit of readout is amperes. The antenna current varies with the effective antenna impedance. The reading differs by the frequency and antenna length.

  • Page 30: Receiving Am Broadcasting Stations, Squelch Function, Noise Blanker

    2. SSB RADIOTELEPHONE 2.4.3 Receiving AM broadcasting stations 1. Press the RT key to show the radiotelephone screen. 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose emission mode and then push the ENTER knob. Tx: 2182.0 kHz Rx: 2182.00 kHz Emission mode SSB SIMP HIGH FAST NB SQ MMSI xxxxxxxxx 35 00.0000N...

  • Page 31: When Automatic Tuning Fails

    When Automatic Tuning Fails The antenna coupler automatically tunes a wire or whip antenna transceiver. When all frequencies cannot be tuned, TUNE: OK will not appear on the display. In this case, you can tune 2182 kHz by manually operating the coupler as shown below. 1.

  • Page 32: User Channels

    Authorities. The user channel in the System setup menu must be enabled in order to register user channels. For further details, contact your dealer. See section 6.4 to register. FURUNO will assume no responsibility for the disturbance caused by the unlawful or improper setting of user channels.

  • Page 33: Dsc Overview, What Is Dsc?, Dsc Message

    Inform areas that your ship is not a participant in armed conflict* Individual Call to a specific address PSTN message Call over Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) Test message Send test signal to a station to test your station’s functionality Group message...

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    DATA: Data communication by SSB (Routine individual only) Communication frequency Working frequency used to call by telephone, NBDP or DATA. The sending station may have the receiving frequency (ship or coast station) assign the frequency to use. Position Position can be automatically or manually sent.

  • Page 35: Audio Alarms

    Audio Alarms When you receive a distress alert or routine call addressed to your ship, the audio and visual alarms are released. For the distress or urgency call, the audio alarm sounds until the CANCEL key is pressed, and sounds for one minute and then automatically goes off in case of other calls.

  • Page 36: Interpreting Call Displays, Receive Calls

    ANSWER GO TO VIEW Push ENTER knob to switch. View message DISTRESS COORDINATES: 12°34.5678N 123°45.5678E AT 12:34 COMMUNICATION MODE: TELEPHONE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT REQUIRED ERROR-CHECK: OK DSC FREQ : 2187.5KHZ PREV BACK TO RECEIVED VIEW Rotate ENTER knob to switch. View message...

  • Page 37: Send Calls

    INDIVIDUAL REQUEST DESTINATION ID : 111111111 PRIORITY : ROUTINE SENDER-ID : 123456789 COMMUNICATION MODE: TELEPHONE COMM OPTION NO INFORMATION NEXT 3.4.2 Send calls Below are sample distress and individual send calls. The content of other types of send calls is similar to that of the individual call.

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    COMM OPTION : NO INFORMATION NEXT Message type (Individual) ID No. of station where message is to be sent Priority (Routine, Safety, Urgency) Mode of communication (Telephone, NBDP-ARQ, NBDP-FEC, Data) Working frequency DSC frequency Working frequency Acknowledge type DSC frequency used Message type ID No.

  • Page 39: Distress Operations, Sending Distress Alert

    DISTRESS OPERATIONS Distress operation overview 1. Press the DISTRESS button. 2. Wait for the distress alert acknowledgement. 3. Communicate with the coast station. Own Ship Ship in Distress (Own Ship) (1) Ship in distress sends Distress Alert (2) Coast station sends distress acknowledgement (DIST ACK). (3) Voice or telex communications between ship in distress and coast station For details, see below.

  • Page 40: Sending Distress Alert By Distress Button, Nature Of Distress Not Specified

    You can release the button at that time. Nature of Distress NATURE: UNDESIGNATED POS: Position, Time TELEPHONE DSC Frequency DSC FREQ : used to transmit the distress alert The display changes as below. It takes about 40 to 60 seconds to transmit the distress alert,...

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    34.0000N DIST : 5nm ° 45.0000E AT 12:34 10M10S TELEPHONE 2182.0 kHz GO TO VIEW 3. Communicate with the coast station via radiotelephone, following the instructions below. The radiotelephone automatically sets working frequency and class of emission, as specified in the distress acknowledge call.

  • Page 42: Sending Distress Alert By Distress Button, Nature Of Distress Specified

    4. DISTRESS OPERATIONS 4.1.2 Sending distress alert by DISTRESS button, nature of distress specified If you have the time to designate the nature of distress, send the distress alert as follows: 1. Open the DISTRESS button cover and press the DISTRESS button momentarily to show the following display.

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    COMM MODE: TELEPHONE DSC FREQ : 2187.5 kHz GO TO VIEW 13. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose TELEPHONE or NBDP-FEC as appropriate and then push the ENTER knob. (Telephone is the usual mode, however NBDP may also be used.) 14.

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    DSC FREQ 2187.5 kHz TIME TO GO : 38S 17. When the distress acknowledge call is received, use the telephone or telex to communicate. For telephone, follow step 3 on page 4-3. For NBDP, follow the procedure below. Communicating by NBDP Terminal Unit The message “STATION ENTRY COMPLETED FROM DSC.

  • Page 45: Receiving A Distress Alert, Distress Alert Received On Mf Band

    Receiving a Distress Alert When you receive a distress alert from a ship in distress, the audio alarm sounds and the message “Distress alert message received.” Appears on the display. Press the CANCEL key to silence the audio alarm. Wait for the distress acknowledge call from a coast station. If you do not receive the distress acknowledge call from a coast station, which usually takes about five minutes from the time of reception of a distress alert, follow the appropriate flow chart in this section to determine your course of action.

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    4. DISTRESS OPERATIONS Action for ship receiving distress alert on MF band DSC Distress alert received. Press CANCEL key to silence alarm. Listen on 2182 kHz for 5 minutes. Did you receive acknowledge from CS and/or RCC? CS = Coast Station RCC = Rescue Co-ordination Center Enter details in log.

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    Transmit the distress acknowledge call to the ship in distress only when you do not receive it from a coast station and you are able to aid the ship in distress. First, transmit the distress acknowledge to the ship in distress by telephone. To terminate transmission of the distress alert, send acknowledge call as follows.

  • Page 48: Distress Alert Received On Hf Band

    4. DISTRESS OPERATIONS 5. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose ACKNOWLEDGE and then push the ENTER knob. The following display appears. Compose msg. MSG TYPE : DISTRESS ACK SHIP ID IN DIST : 123456789 DSC FREQ 2187.5 kHz GO TO VIEW 6.

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    When receiving a DSC message, the following message may appear. Change COM Frequency Agree Disagree Count down xx sec. Pause After 10 seconds passed or when "Agree" is chosen, the working frequency is changed with the message shown below. Accept New Working Freq CANCEL: CLOSE WINDOW Action for ships receiving distress alert on HF band...

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    123456789 NATURE: UNDESIGNATED POS: 12 34.0000N DIST: 43nm 123 45.0000E AT 12:34 TELEPHONE 8291.0 kHz 1. Press the CANCEL key to silence the audio alarm, and the display changes as below. Received message JAN-23-2006-23:59 DISTRESS ALERT SHIP ID IN DIST:...

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    After you have received the distress acknowledgement from the coast station, communicate with the coast station by telephone, over the frequency specified. If you do not receive the distress acknowledgement from a coast station after the timer counts down to zero, choose RESEND and press the ENTER knob to transmit the distress relay again, over a different frequency.

  • Page 52: Sending Distress Relay On Behalf Of A Ship In Distress

    MSG TYPE: RELAY COAST COAST ID SHIP ID IN D 00******* NATURE: UNDESIGNATED POS: NO INFORMATION COMM MODE TELEPHONE DSC FREQ. 8414.5 kHz GO TO VIEW 5. Key in COAST ID with the numeric keys and then push the ENTER knob. 4-14...

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    MANUAL NATURE : UNDESIGNATED : NO INFORMATION POS.: COMM MODE : TELEPHONE DSC FREQ : 8414.5 kHz GO TO VIEW 7. Choose MANUAL or SELECT, and then push the ENTER knob. When you choose SELECT, a list of file names and ID numbers stored at MESSAGE menu appears. Go to step 9.

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    : 8414.5 kHz DSC FREQ GO TO VIEW 14. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose TELEPHONE and then push the ENTER knob. (NBDP-FEC may also be used.) 15. Push the ENTER knob to open the DSC FREQ menu. Compose msg.

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    : 34 45.0000 N ° 22.0000 E AT 10:00 ° COMM MODE : TELEPHONE DSC FREQ 8414.5 KHZ KEEP PRESSED FOR The equipment then waits for acknowledgement of the distress relay, displaying the message shown below. If the distress relay is not acknowledged within five minutes, the message “No response! Try calling again?”...

  • Page 56: Sending Distress Relay To Area Ships

    SHIP ID IN DIST : 123456789 NATURE: UNDESIGNATED POS: 34 45.0000 N ° 45.0000 E AT 9:30 ° COMM MODE TELEPHONE DSC FREQ. 8414.5 kHz GO TO VIEW Reference point (For example, 34°N 140°W) 140°W 5. Push the ENTER knob to open the SHIP ID IN DIST menu.

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    POS: 34 45.00N NBDP-FEC : TELEPHONE COMM MODE DSC FREQ 8414.5 kHz GO TO VIEW 12. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose TELEPHONE (or NBDP-FEC) and then push the ENTER knob. 4. DISTRESS OPERATIONS SINKING DISABLED ABANDONING PIRACY MAN OVERBOARD...

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    NATURE: UNDESIGNATED POS: 34 45.0000N 135 45.0000E AT 09:30 COMM MODE TELEPHONE DSC FREQ 8414.5 kHz GO TO VIEW 15. Press the CALL key for three seconds, and the message “Priority distress transmit sure?” appears. Continue pressing the key until the display shows “Distress relay area message in progress!”...

  • Page 59: Receiving Distress Relay From Coast Station, Cancelling Distress Call

    ° 34.000N DIST: 14nm ° 45.0000E AT 12:34 TELEPHONE 8291.5 kHz 2. Press the CANCEL key to go to the radiotelephone screen. 3. Watch distress/safety frequency. Cancelling Distress Call You can cancel the distress call while it is being sent or while waiting for its acknowledgement as follows.

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    123 45.6789E 2M-2187.5 kHz 8M-8414.5kHz 4M-4207.5kHz 12M-12577.0kHz 6M-6312.0kHz 16M-16804.5kHz 5. When the following screen appears, communicate with all ships via radio telephone. Send cancel msg. by voice on 2182.0 kHz. NATURE: UNDESIGNATED POS: 12 34.5678N Push any key: Go next step.

  • Page 61: Routine Message Calling, Receiving, Individual Call, Sending An Individual Call

    ROUTINE MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING Operation overview The following shows about the individual message as example of the routine message. The individual call is for sending a call to a specific station. 1. Send the individual message. 2. Wait for the individual message acknowledgement. 3.

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    Compose msg. MSG TYPE : INDIVIDUAL * * * * * * * * * STATION ID : ROUTINE PRIORITY : TELEPHONE COMM MODE COMM FREQ : NO INFO : 2M-INTL DSC FREQ GO TO VIEW 6. Push the ENTER knob to open the PRIORITY menu.

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    11. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose communication frequency setting method desired and then push the ENTER knob. For FREQUENCY and CHANNEL, see “How to Set Working Frequency, Channel” on the next page. NO INFO and POSITION let the receiving station set the working frequency. Choose NO INFO or POSITION to send the call to a coast station;...

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    INTL T12577.5/R12657.0 6 MHz Priority : Routine LOCAL1 T12578.0/R12657.5 8 MHz LOCAL2 T12578.5/R12658.0 Com. type : Telephone 12 MHz COM. FREQ : No infor : 12M-INTL DSC FREQ GO TO ALL VIEW 2MHz menu INTL :T 2189.5/R 2177.0 4MHz menu INTL :T 4208.0/R 4219.5...

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    Individual routine message in progress! DESTINATION ID: 123456789 PRIORITY ROUTINE TELEPHONE 2138.0 kHz DSC FREQ : 2177.0 kHz TIME TO GO: After the call is sent, the equipment waits for acknowledgement of the call, showing the display below.

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    MAR-23-2006-23:59 ABLE ACKNOWLEDGE SENDER ID: 123456789 PRIORITY : ROUTINE TX:2138.0kHz TELEPHONE RX: 2138.0kHz 10M10S GO TO VIEW 2. Press the CANCEL key to go to the radiotelephone screen. 3. The working frequency is automatically set; you may start voice communications by radiotelephone.

  • Page 67: Receiving An Individual Call

    Able acknowledge message in progress! DESTINATION ID: 123456789 PRIORITY ROUTINE TELEPHONE 2138.0 kHz DSC FREQ : 2177.0 kHz TIME TO GO: It takes about seven seconds to transmit the call, after which the audio alarm sounds and the following message appears.

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    Xmitted message MAR-23-2006-23:01 ABLE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT DESTINATION ID: 123456789 PRIORITY : ROUTINE TX: 2138.0 kHz TELEPHONE RX: 2138.0 kHz 10M10S RESEND GO TO VIEW 2. Press the CANCEL key. You can now communicate with the party, over the radiotelephone frequency specified or by the NBDP terminal unit.

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    Compose msg. MSG TYPE : ABLE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATION ID ABLE 001234567 COMM MODE : TELEPHONE UNABLE COMM FREQ : CH 401 DSC FREQ : 4M-INTL GO TO VIEW 4. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose ABLE and then push the ENTER knob. The display changes as below.

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    6. After the call is completely sent (transmission time: 7 sec.), push the CANCEL key twice to show the radiotelephone screen (if the communications mode is telephone). 7. You can begin voice communications by radiotelephone. For NBDP operation, do the...

  • Page 71

    Compose msg. MSG TYPE : ABLE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ABLE STATION ID 001234567 COMM MODE : TELEPHONE UNABLE COMM FREQ : CH401 DSC FREQ: 4M-INTL GO TO VIEW 4. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose UNABLE and then push the ENTER knob.

  • Page 72: Group Call, Sending A Group Call

    Compose msg. MSG TYPE : GROUP MESSAGE GROUP ID 0 * * * * * * * * : ROUTINE PRIORITY : TELEPHONE COMM MODE : NO INFO COMM FREQ : 2M-INTL DSC FREQ GO TO VIEW 5. Push the ENTER knob to open the COMM MODE menu.

  • Page 73

    TIME TO GO 13. Press the CANCEL key twice to show the radiotelephone screen after the call is sent. 14. If you selected TELEPHONE at step 7, communicate by radiotelephone. For NBDP, do the following: 5. ROUTINE MESSAGE CALLING, RECEVING...

  • Page 74: Receiving A Group Call

    Group message received. CANCEL: STOP ALARM PRIORITY: ROUTINE TX: 2164.0 kHz TELEPHONE RX: 2164.0 kHz 1. Press the CANCEL key to silence the alarm. The display changes as below. Received message MAR-23-2006-23:59 GROUP MESSAGE SENDER ID :...

  • Page 75: Geographical Area Call

    Change COM Frequency Agree Disagree Count down xx sec. Pause After 10 seconds passed or when "Agree" is chosen, the working frequency is changed with the message shown below. Accept New Working Freq CANCEL: CLOSE WINDOW Receiving message by NBDP Terminal Unit After receiving a group call, confirm the following.

  • Page 76: Sending A Geographical Area Call

    ENTER knob. Compose msg. MSG TYPE : AREA MESSAGE AREA : SAFETY PRIORITY : TELEPHONE COMM MODE : 2182.0 kHz COMM FREQ : 2187.5 kHz DSC FREQ GO TO VIEW 4. For QUAD: Using the numeric keys, enter latitude and longitude of reference point and southerly degrees and easterly degrees of area.

  • Page 77: Receiving A Geographical Area Call

    TIME TO GO 13. After the call is sent, press the CANCEL key twice to show the radiotelephone screen. 14. If you chose TELEPHONE at step 8, you can now communicate with the other party. For NBDP, do the following: Sending message by NBDP Terminal Unit The message “STATION ENTRY COMPLETED FROM DSC.

  • Page 78

    SENDER ID : 123456789 PRIORITY: SAFETY TELEPHONE: 2182.0 kHz GO TO VIEW 3. Press the CANCEL key to go to the radiotelephone screen. Watch on the working frequency specified in the geographic area call. If there is the difference between the registered frequency and used frequency to receive, the following screens appear.

  • Page 79: Neutral Craft Call, Sending A Neutral Craft Call

    5-16. 4. Push the ENTER knob to open the COM. MODE menu. 5. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose communication type desired (TELEPHONE or NBDP-FEC) and then push the ENTER knob. 6. Push the ENTER knob to open the DSC FREQ menu.

  • Page 80: Receiving A Neutral Craft Call

    SENDER ID: CANCEL: STOP ALARM 123456789 PRIORITY: URGENSY TELEPHONE 2182.0 kHz 1. Press the CANCEL key to silence the alarm. The working frequency confirmation window appears for 10 seconds. The display changes as below. Received message MAR-23-2006-23:59 NEUTRAL CRAFT...

  • Page 81: Medical Transport Call, Sending A Medical Transport Call

    2. Press the CANCEL key to go to the radiotelephone screen. Watch on the working frequency specified by radiotelephone or NBDP. If there is the difference between the registered frequency and used frequency to receive, the following screens appear. Choose Agree for the voice communication, or Disagree when you do not change the frequency.

  • Page 82

    5-17. 4. Push the ENTER knob to open the COMM MODE menu. 5. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose communication type desired (TELEPHONE or NBDP-FEC) and then push the ENTER knob. 6. Push the ENTER knob to open the DSC FREQ menu.

  • Page 83: Receiving A Medical Transport Call

    Medical transport message received. CANCEL: STOP ALARM SENDER ID: 123456789 PRIORITY: URGENCY TELEPHONE 2182.0 KHZ 1. Press the CANCEL key to silence the alarm. After the “Change COM Frequency” display, the display changes as below. Received message MAR-23-2006-23:59 MEDICAL TRANSPORT...

  • Page 84: Receiving A Polling Request, Automatic Reply

    5. ROUTINE MESSAGE CALLING, RECEVING Receiving message by NBDP Terminal Unit After receiving a medical transport area call, confirm the following. The control unit’s display shows “OCCUPIED” and the Tx and Rx frequencies. The message from the sending station appears on your NBDP Terminal Unit. Receiving a Polling Request Polling means confirming if own station is within communicating range with other station.

  • Page 85: Manual Reply

    5.6.3 Manual reply The display changes as shown in the illustration below. The audio alarm sounds when a polling request message is received and the status of the 5/ ACK/SQ key is MANUAL ACK (or AUTO ACK and POLLING MESSAGE in AUTO ACK menu is OFF). Polling request message received.

  • Page 86: Position Call, Requesting Other Ship's Position

    5. ROUTINE MESSAGE CALLING, RECEVING Position Call There are two types of position calls: other station requires your ship’s position and your ship requests position of another ship. Finding position of other station Own Station Sending own ship’s position to other station Own Ship 5.7.1 Requesting other ship’s position...

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    3. Push the ENTER knob to open the STATION ID menu, and then rotate the ENTER knob to choose MANUAL or SELECT. For SELECT, you can choose an ID from the message file list stored. For MANUAL, key in ID of station (nine digits) which you want to know its position and then push the ENTER knob.

  • Page 88: Position Call: Other Ship Requests Your Position

    5. ROUTINE MESSAGE CALLING, RECEVING One of the following messages appears. “No response! Try calling again?” appears after the time has counted down to zero, meaning there was no response from the party called. Position acknowledge messsage received. CANCEL: STOP ALARM PRIORITY: SAFETY POS :...

  • Page 89

    After the call is sent the audio alarm sounds and the display below appears. Position acknowledge message transmitted. DESTINATION ID: CANCEL: STOP ALARM 123456789 PRIORITY: SAFETY POS: 35°30N 135°30E AT 23:54 1. Press the CANCEL key to silence the alarm, and the display changes as below. Xmitted message MAR-23-2006-23:59:09 POSITION ACKNOWLEDGE...

  • Page 90: Pstn Call, Sending A Pstn Call, Receiving Acknowledge Back (ack Bq)

    PSTN Call The PSTN call allows the making and receiving of telephone calls over public switched telephone networks. To use the PSTN call feature, use a handset which has a HOOK ON/OFF function. The standard supply handset has this feature.

  • Page 91

    :12M-INTL DSC FREQ GO TO VIEW 5. Enter telephone no. (up to 16 digits) with the numeric keys and then push the ENTER knob. 6. Push the ENTER knob to open the COMM MODE menu, and then choose the communication mode.

  • Page 92

    TIME TO GO: After the call is sent the following messages appears. Waiting for acknowledgement. SENDER ID : 001234567 TEL NO. 1234567890123456 TELEPHONE: 2222.2kHz DSC FREQ : 12577.5 KHZ TIME TO GO: 25S RESENDING 5-32 Unable acknowledge message received. CANCEL: STOP ALARM...

  • Page 93: Receiving A Pstn Call, Sending Acknowledge Back (ack Bq)

    PSTN connected. DESTINATION 001234567 TEL NO. 1234567890123456 TELEPHONE: 2222.2kHz DSC FREQ : 12577.5 KHZ PSTN call connected 13. Follow the instructions below depending on the message shown in 3) above. PSTN connected: Your phone rings; pick up the handset and communicate with the party you called.

  • Page 94

    Pick up the handset or press CALL key. DESTINATION ID : 001234567 TEL NO. 1234567890123456 TELEPHONE: 2222.2kHz DSC FREQ : 4208.0 KHZ TIME TO GO: 60S RESENDING 1. Pick up the handset or press the CALL key within one minute.

  • Page 95

    5.8.3 PSTN call disconnection, receiving charge information (ship disconnects line) 1. After hanging up the handset or pressing the CANCEL key to complete your call, the display shows the following message. PSTN end of message in progress! DESTINATION ID : 001234567 TEL NO.

  • Page 96: Log File, Opening A Log File

    5. ROUTINE MESSAGE CALLING, RECEVING 5.8.4 PSTN call disconnection, receiving charge information (coast station disconnects line) The PSTN line is disconnected by the coast station when it finds no evidence of communications or the land subscriber hangs up. The coast station then sends charge information as below.

  • Page 97: Deleting Log Files

    POS : 12 34.0000N DIST: 43nm 123 45.0000E AT 12:34 TELEPHONE 2182.0 KHZ NEXT ANSWER GO TO VIEW 5. To scroll the log up and down, use the FILE/CURSOR and #/SETUP keys, respectively. Use FILE/CURSOR key to scroll forward; the #/SETUP to scroll backward.

  • Page 98

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  • Page 99: Menu Operation, Adjusting Handset Volume

    MENU OPERATION The menu, consisting of main menus, provides access to less-often used function. It can be accessed from both the RT and DSC screens. 1. Press the #/SETUP key to show the main menu. MENU HS. VOL 32 DATE/TIME MEM CLR SQ 2000Hz USR SETUP...

  • Page 100: Noise Blanker, Squelch Frequency, User Channels, Registering User Channels

    The USER CH menu allows registration and deleting of user TX and RX channels, where permitted by the Authorities. Maximum 256 channels can be registered. NOTICE FURUNO will assume no responsibility for the disturbance caused by the unlawful or improper setting of user channels.

  • Page 101

    3. Push the ENTER knob to open the user channel options window. User ch entry MODE: SSB 00201. TX: 2111.5 RX: 2111.5 00202. TX: 2222.0 RX: 2222.0 MODE 00203. TX: 2333.5 RX: 2333.5 00204. TX: 2444.0 RX: 2444.0 FREQ 00205. TX: 2555.5 RX: 2555.5 4.

  • Page 102: Deleting User Channels, Preparing Tx Message, Preparing Individual Calls

    MSG TYPE : INDIVIDUAL PSTN MESSAGE STATION ID : --------- TEST MESSAGE COMM MODE : TELEPHONE GROUP MESSAGE COMM FREQ : NO INFO DSC FREQ : 2M-INTL 5. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose INDIVIDUAL and then push the ENTER knob.

  • Page 103

    : INDIVIDUAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 STATION ID : --------- COMM MODE : TELEPHONE COMM FREQ : NO INFO DSC FREQ : 2M-INTL 7. Key in ID of coast station or ship station with the numeric keys and then push the ENTER knob.

  • Page 104

    : ---------------- FILE NUMBER : --- FILE ENTRY 2. Use the numeric keys and ENTER knob to enter file name (max. 16 characters). For example, enter FURUNO as the file name. Key and available character, symbol : 1→(blank)→1 : 2→A→B→C→2 2ABC : 3→D→E→F→3...

  • Page 105: Preparing Group Calls

    4. Push the ENTER knob. The display shows the name and file number entered. Message file entry FURUNO No.001 file entered Go to next file? YES: [ENT] key NO: [CANCEL] key FILE ENTRY 5. Push the ENTER knob to continue 6.5.2...

  • Page 106

    8. Push the ENTER knob to open the COMM MODE menu. Message file entry MSG TYPE: GROUP MESSAGE GROUP ID : 012345678 COMM MODE : TELEPHONE TELEPHONE COMM FREQ : NO INFO NBDP-FEC DSC FREQ : 2M-INTL 9. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose appropriate communications type and then push the ENTER knob.

  • Page 107: Preparing Pstn Calls

    ---------------- TEL NO. DSC FREQ : 2M-INTL 9. Key in telephone no. (up to 16 digits) with the numeric keys and then push the ENTER knob. 10. Push the ENTER knob to open the DSC FREQ menu. Message file entry...

  • Page 108: Preparing Test Call

    : INDIVIDUAL PSTN MESSAGE STATION ID : --------- TEST MESSAGE COMM MODE : TELEPHONE GROUP MESSAGE COMM FREQ : NO INFO DSC FREQ : 2M-INTL 4. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose TEST MESSAGE and then push the ENTER knob.

  • Page 109: Sending Prepared Messages, Deleting Send Message

    1. Press the FILE/CURSOR key at the DSC standby screen to show the send message file list. Below is an example of the send message file list. Send message file 001 : FURUNO JAPAN 002 : FURUNO USA 003 : FURUNO UK...

  • Page 110: Printing List Of Send Message Files, Manual Entry Of Position And Time

    1. Press the FILE/CURSOR key to open the Send message file list. 2. Press the 8/PRINT key. 3. YES is selected; push the ENTER knob to print. ********** Send message file ********** 001. FURUNO JAPAN 002. FURUNO USA 003. FURUNO UK 004. FURUNO DENMARK 005.

  • Page 111

    Note: If, when “Last updated” is EPFS, input from the navigator is interrupted, the message “EPFS error” appears. If this occurs, check the navigator. 4. Push the ENTER knob to show the position method window, and then rotate the ENTER knob to choose the EPFS, MANUAL or NO INFO.

  • Page 112: Date And Time Setting, Memory Clear

    6. MENU OPERATION Date and Time Setting Set the date and time for the system. 1. Press the #/SETUP key. 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose DATE/TIME. 3. Push the ENTER knob. Date/Time setup SOURCE: INTERNAL DATE: 2008/02/29 TIME: 11:45 UTC SOURCE: Choose INTERNAL or EPFS (using ZDA).

  • Page 113

    Clearing received ordinary log 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose RCVD ORDINARY LOG. 2. Push the ENTER knob. CLEAR RCVD ORDINARY LOG. ARE YOU SURE ? 3. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose YES, and push the ENTER knob. Clearing received distress log 1.

  • Page 114: Setting Alarms

    6. MENU OPERATION Clearing message files 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose MESSAGE FILES. 2. Push the ENTER knob. CLEAR MESSAGE FILES. ARE YOU SURE ? 3. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose YES, and push the ENTER knob. Clearing user channels 1.

  • Page 115: Sound Setting

    **** Alarm setup INTERNAL ALARM : OFF POSITION OLDER :4.0 H EXT ALARM : DSTRS/URG ALARM DISTANCE: 500 NM Default: 500 NM 500 NM Enable or disable reception of the distress alarm received from a ship in distress which is more than 500 miles from own ship.

  • Page 116: Setting The Auto Ack Details

    6. MENU OPERATION 6.11 Setting the AUTO ACK Details The acknowledgement message may be sent automatically when you receive a message which requires acknowledgement. You can also enable or disable it for position, polling and test messages. Note that the automatic acknowledge is automatically disabled when RX call contains error, as required by law.

  • Page 117: Printing Messages

    * Received message at JUN-08-2006-16:10:12 * DISTRESS ALERT SELF-IDENTITY : 777777777 NATURE OF DISTRESS : UNDESIGNATED DISTRESS DISTRESS COORDINATES : NO INFORMATION DISTRESS TELECOMMAND : TELEPHONE END OF SEQUENCE : EOS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT REQUIRED ERROR-CHECK : OK DSC FREQUENCY TX: 2187.5 kHz RX: 2187.5 kHz...

  • Page 118: Setting Scan Frequencies

    6. MENU OPERATION 6.13 Setting Scan Frequencies The Scan freq menu determines which DSC routine and distress frequencies to scan. Follow the instructions below to select/deselect DSC routine and distress frequencies to scan. 1. Press the #/SETUP key. 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose USR SETUP, and push the ENTER knob. 3.

  • Page 119

    Routine frequencies 1. Rotate the ENTER knob clockwise to shift the cursor to the ROUTINE column. Scan freq setup ROUTINE DISTRESS 2M : FIXED F1 : 2M-INTL F2 : 4M-INTL 4M : F3 : 6M-INTL 6M : ON F4 : 8M-INTL 8M : FIXED F5 : 12M-INTL...

  • Page 120: Key Assignment, Special Messages

    NB: Noise blanker on/off • TONE: Transmit/stop the tone signal. • SDUP/DUP: Changes the communication mode on the duplex channel (FS-5070 only) • 1. Press the #/SETUP key. 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose USR SETUP, and push the ENTER knob.

  • Page 121: Fax Enable/disable, Speaker Setting In Off Hook, Operation Timer Off

    6.16 FAX Enable/Disable You may enable or disable FAX use as follows. This setting is necessary when the facsimile is connected and used to receive. 1. Press the #/SETUP key. 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to choose USR SETUP, and then push the ENTER knob. 3.

  • Page 122

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  • Page 123: Nbdp System Overview, Turning On The Nbdp System

    NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW Turning on the NBDP System Turn on the terminal unit and the printer with their respective power switches. Brilliance, Contrast control Operating Lamp POWER Switch TERMINAL UNIT IB-581 Prt Sc Scroll Pause Lock Lock SysRq Break & Caps Lock "...

  • Page 124: Description Of Equipment, Terminal Unit

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW Description of Equipment 7.2.1 Terminal unit The terminal unit is a visual display incorporating a floppy disk drive, which provides for storage of files on floppy disks. Two models are available, IB-581 (monochrome) and IB-583 (color). Controls for power and adjustment of display brilliance and contrast are provided on the front panel of the IB-581.

  • Page 125: Keyboard

    7.2.2 Keyboard The terminal unit is operated from the keyboard, and is almost 100% keyboard controlled. Operation is simplified by the use of menus which you access by pressing a function key, labeled F1-F10 at the top of the keyboard. The figure below shows the function menus and their corresponding function keys.

  • Page 126: Function Keys, Menu Operation, Menu Conventions

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW Function Keys, Menu Operation The function keys at the top of the keyboard control most operations of this unit through a menu system. 7.3.1 Menu conventions Inverse video As you move the cursor down through a menu, a selected item, initially shown as white on black (monochrome display), inverses to black on white.

  • Page 127: Menu Overview

    7.3.2 Menu overview Selecting menus Press appropriate function key to open a menu. To display the File menu, for example, press the function key F1. 1: New 2: Open 3: Close 4: Delete 5: Rename 6: Real Time Printing 7: File to Print 8: Cancel Printing 9: Clear Buffer 0: Floppy Disk Format...

  • Page 128: Function Key Description

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW 7.3.3 Function key description Function key [F1]: File menu The File menu is where you will create, open, save and print telex messages. Floppy disks are also formatted from this menu. 1: New 2: Open 3: Close 4: Delete 5: Rename 6: Real Time Printing...

  • Page 129

    Function key [F2]: Edit menu The Edit menu provides a full line of editing features. 1: Undo Cancels the last change (cut, copy or paste). 2: Cut Removes the selected text and stores it in the paste buffer. (Previous text in the paste buffer is cleared.) 3: Copy Copies the selected text and stores it in the paste buffer.

  • Page 130

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW Function key [F3]: Operate menu The Operate menu mainly controls transmitting and receiving. 1: Call Station Chooses a station from the station list. 2: Macro Operation Enables macro operation. For details, see paragraph 10.10. 3: File to Send Selects a file (to transmit).

  • Page 131

    The Window menu lets you display the corresponding data of the window below. 1: Calendar 2: Distress Frequency Table 1: Calendar 2: Distress Frequency Table Displays all distress frequencies. Telephone (kHz): 2182.0 NBDP (kHz) : 2174.5 (kHz) : 2187.5 7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW...

  • Page 132

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW Function key [F5]: Station menu The Station menu provides for storage of stations, timer program setup, user channel setup, and entry of various ID codes. 1: Station Entry 2: Timer Operation Entry 3: Scan Entry 4: User Channel Entry 5: Answerback Code Entry 6: Group ID Entry (4/5 digit) 7: Group ID Entry (9 digit)

  • Page 133

    Function key [F6]: System menu The System menu is mainly for use by technicians and contains diagnostic tests. To change settings, choose “Change” from the item “Setup” and operate arrow keys to choose item and option. Press the Enter key to register selection and close the menu. Setup Slave Delay TX/RX MSG Save...

  • Page 134

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW Window Color (IB-583) Chooses display colors. To change display colors: 1. Choose the option Change from Setup. 2. Press the ↓ key to choose Window Color and press the Enter 3. The cursor is choosing Window Color Setup; press the Enter 4.

  • Page 135: Nbdp Preparations, Registering Answerback Code & Id Codes, Registering Answerback Code

    NBDP PREPARATIONS This chapter provides the procedures necessary for preparing the NBDP Terminal Unit for transmitting and receiving. For automatic telex, you will need to register the following: • Your ship’s ID and answerback codes • Stations • Timer programs •...

  • Page 136: Registering Id Codes

    8. NBDP PREPARATIONS For final verification of the data, the Caution shown in the illustration below appears. Answerback Code Entry Answerback Code 123456789 FURU X Caution Confirm the 'CODE' before pressing ENTER key. You cannot change the CODE once it has been entered. Message for confirmation of code entered 3.

  • Page 137: Station List, Registering Stations

    For stations which have more than one frequency pair, you might add a suffix to the station name to denote multiple frequency pairs. For example, station name FURUNO followed by –1, -2, -3, etc. for each frequency pair required.

  • Page 138: Editing/deleting Stations

    8. NBDP PREPARATIONS 8. If you selected “Channel” at step 6, enter ITU channel number (see Appendix) or User channel number. 9. If you selected “ScanTable” at step 6, press the → key to show scan group list registered. For scan group, refer to paragraph 8.5. 10.

  • Page 139: Timer Programming, Registering Timer Programs

    Timer Programming A built-in timer allows you to automatically receive and transmit files. 10 timer programs can be registered. To enable timer operation, see section 10-6. 8.3.1 Registering timer programs 1. Press the function key F5 and the 2 key to display the Timer Operation Entry screen. Timer Operation List Operation Station...

  • Page 140: Editing/deleting Timer Programs, User Channels, Registering User Channels

    8. NBDP PREPARATIONS 8.3.2 Editing/Deleting timer programs 1. Press the function key F5 and the 2 key. 2. Choose a timer program name from the Timer Operation List. 3. Press the → key to choose Change and press the Enter key. 4.

  • Page 141: Editing/deleting User Channels, Scan Channel Groups, Registering Scan Channel Groups

    8.4.2 Editing/Deleting user channels 1. Press function key F5 and then the 4 key. 2. Press the ↑ or ↓ key to choose channel from the Channel List. 3. Press ↓ and → keys to choose Change and press the Enter key. 4.

  • Page 142: Editing/deleting Scan Channel Groups

    8. NBDP PREPARATIONS new ones. If the group name already exists, the message “Scan group by that name already exists. Press any key to escape.” Appears. Press any key and change the scan group name.) 4. Press the ↓ key to choose Ch Dwell Time. Enter channel dwell time in seconds. Dwell time is the time in seconds the receiver waits on each channel in a scan group before it selects the next frequency.

  • Page 143: Nbdp File Operations, Opening And Closing Files, Creating Files

    NBDP FILE OPERATIONS This chapter mainly describes how to create, save, open, edit and print files. The Edit menu provides a full lineup of editing facilities, including search and replace. Opening and Closing Files To create a telex message you will need to make a new file, which you do with the File Open command.

  • Page 144: Saving A File, Formatting Floppy Disks

    9. NBDP FILE OPERATIONS Note: Do not use lower case letters, or the symbols #, &, *, $ and % in telex messages. Also, do not put “$$$” in the middle of a TX message, but at the end. The communication line is automatically disconnected when this string is detected.

  • Page 145: Editing Files, Saving A File, Cutting And Pasting Text

    9.3.2 Saving a file 1. Press the function key F1 to display the File menu. 2. Press the 3 key. The screen should look something like the illustration at right. Save file ? ( UNTITLED1 3. Yes is selected; press the Enter key. 4.

  • Page 146: Copying And Pasting Text

    9. NBDP FILE OPERATIONS Cutting text 1. Place the cursor on the first character of the text to be cut. 2. Highlight the text to be cut by pressing and holding the Shift key while pressing the →. If you highlight text which you do not want to cut, press the ← to adjust the highlight. CONGULATULATION ON YOUR CHOICE OF DP-6 INMARSAT B MOBILE EARTH STATION.

  • Page 147: Select All, Searching Text

    9.4.3 Select all The Select All feature lets you select all of the file currently displayed. This feature can be useful when you want to combine files. The procedure below explains how to place the file loaded in working area 1 onto the end of the file loaded in working area 2. 1.

  • Page 148: Replacing Text, Goto Line, Goto Top, Goto Bottom

    9. NBDP FILE OPERATIONS 9.4.5 Replacing text The Replace feature helps you replace every occurrence of a word or phase with another word or phase in a file. 1. Press the function key F2 and the 7 key. The Replace display appears. Search string : Replace with 2.

  • Page 149: Opening Files, Opening A File, Switching Between Files, Renaming Files

    Opening Files Two working areas (called working area 1 and working area 2) are provided to which you can load a file, and one file may be displayed on the LCD. 9.5.1 Opening a file 1. Insert the floppy disk which contains the file you want to open. 2.

  • Page 150: Saving A File Under A New Name, Deleting Files, Real Time Printing, Printing Files

    9. NBDP FILE OPERATIONS 4. Enter a new name. 5. Press the Enter key. Saving a File Under a New Name You may save a file under a new name as follows: 1. Open a file. 2. Edit the file as necessary. 3.

  • Page 151: Nbdp Transmitting, Receiving, Manual Calling

    10. NBDP TRANSMITTING, RECEIVING This chapter mainly shows you how to transmit and receive telex messages. 10.1 Manual Calling Before calling, watch the intended TX frequency carefully to confirm that is unoccupied. The simplest way to communicate with a telex subscriber is Manual Calling. For the ARQ mode, you may display beforehand the message to send, or type your message manually.

  • Page 152

    10. NBDP TRANSMITTING, RECEIVING 5. Press the function key F3 again and then the 8 key to choose Manual Calling. The following screen appears. 6. Use the ← or → key to choose appropriate communication mode. 7. Press the ↓ key and input party’s ID number. 8.

  • Page 153: Arq Mode Operation

    ABC-6M ABC-12M ABC-8M FURUNO 3. Choose a station. (Station must be registered for use in the ARQ mode). Press the Enter key. The message “Calling Station” appears. If the message shown below appears, check both the power of the radiotelephone and the connections between the radiotelephone and the NBDP Terminal Unit.

  • Page 154

    10. NBDP TRANSMITTING, RECEIVING Note: If signal conditions are poor, connection may take a while. If the line could not be connected in one minute, calling stops and “Calling failed” appears. Try step 3 again, one minute later. Should signal conditions worsen during message transmission, “Error”...

  • Page 155: Fec Mode Operation, Choosing Receive Mode

    information receiving station. 3. Receive a message from the sending station. 4. After completion of communication, press the function key F7 (WRU) key to receive the answerback code of the other station and then press the function key F8 (HR) to transmit your own answerback code.

  • Page 156: Communication Example

    (Send your message.) Type at your side (To send a message file, type MOM before TOR and wait awhile.) Receiver: Telex no.1234567 FURUNO ELEC. CO. Sende: KOBE MARU Type message Message finished. Can you acknowledge receipt) From coast station From HKRD0 to KOBE.

  • Page 157

    l l a · · · s i l · · · · I l l r i f F " · · · " · t i v · · · x i f 10. NBDP TRANSMITTING, RECEIVING Table of abbreviations ·...

  • Page 158: Timer Operation, Enabling Timer Operation

    10. NBDP TRANSMITTING, RECEIVING Command and abbreviation l l a Typo XXXXX 10.6 Timer Operation A built-in timer permits automatic transmission and reception of telex messages. 10.6.1 Enabling timer operation 1. Press the function key F3 to display the Operate menu. 2.

  • Page 159: Stopping Timer Operation, Scanning

    When the predetermined time comes, the NBDP Terminal Unit automatically sends or receives the message. The results of timer operation are displayed as either OK or NG (No Good) on the Timer Operation List. *OP4 *OP5 10.6.2 Stopping timer operation 1.

  • Page 160: Communication Buffer, Preparing Macrofiles For Automatic Telex, Automatic Telex Overview

    10. NBDP TRANSMITTING, RECEIVING 10.8 Communication Buffer The communication buffer is a temporary memory which stores transmit and receive messages. To display the contents of the communication buffer, do the following: 1. Escape from the message creation screen. 2. Press the ↓ key while pressing the Fn key or the ↑ key pressing the Fn key. The contents of the communication buffer are displayed.

  • Page 161: Preparations

    8-1. If an answerback code was registered before the commissioning of the coast station, a new answerback code must be entered. To enter a new answerback code, contact FURUNO or an authorized FURUNO agent or dealer. Registering scan groups The central system emits a free-signal to indicate a coast station radio channel is in idle condition and available for ship-to-shore calls.

  • Page 162: Commands

    10. NBDP TRANSMITTING, RECEIVING 10.9.3 Commands The tables which follows describe the commands for macro operation Command Parameter (Prefixed with @) CALL S: Station Name FREE (support Two digits, 0-99 min. command for CALL) $RRR$ signal RETRY (support Two digits, 0-99 min. command for CALL) CASE Text...

  • Page 163: Store-and-forward Method

    10.9.4 Store-and-forward method The following is the sequence of events in transmission of a file by the store-and-forward method. 1. Shipboard station sends message to coast station. 2. Coast station stores message in memory buffer. 3. Shipboard station and coast station clear the radio circuit. 4.

  • Page 164

    10. NBDP TRANSMITTING, RECEIVING Procedure for preparing a macrofile for store-and-forward method You will need a macrofile to enable automatic message transmission by store-and-forward method. After preparing it, save it to a floppy disk for future use. 1. Press function key F1 to display the File menu. 2.

  • Page 165

    6. Press the Enter key and enter a file name as follows: OOOOOOOO.MCR ↑ ↑ File Name Extension Name (max. 8 characters) 7. Press the Enter key. DIRTLX macrofile Sample DIRTLX macrofile @FREE $RRR$ @CALL S: LYNGBY RADIO @WRU @CASE GA+? @SEND DIRTLX725644325+ @CASE MSG+? @SEND A: \ABC...

  • Page 166

    ' r Example: (Japan) 5644325 DIRTLX725644325+ . e l . t i 10-16 00190 TLG DK . r e 12:20 5644325 FURUNO J MSG+ 5644325 FURUNO J 00190 TLG DK DURATION ... TIME ... GA+? i s - . ) s...

  • Page 167: Automatic Telex Using Macrofile

    10.10 Automatic Telex using Macrofile This section describes how to transmit a telex message using a macrofile. Basic procedure 1. Register answerback code (Telex number assigned by coast station). 2. Register coast station frequency and channel to scan group. 3. Register station name including scan group name. 4.

  • Page 168

    10. NBDP TRANSMITTING, RECEIVING [A:\TEST1. File name LYNGBY1.MCR 1 Files exist To select : ENTER 3. Press the ↓ key to choose a macrofile. 4. Press the Enter key. Call Macro: Lyngby1.MCR Call OK? Press the Enter key to confirm the macrofile selected. The Wait for Free Signal indication appears.

  • Page 169: Maintenance & Troubleshooting, Radiotelephone Test

    : OK PA3 : OK : OK COMB1: OK COMB2: OK COMB : OK COUPL : OK TXFILE : OK (FS-5070) : OK* : OK* : OK* RCVR1, RCVR2, TRX: Printed circuit board *: If "NG", ask your dealer. 11-1...

  • Page 170: Maintenance

    11. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING 11.2 Maintenance Regular maintenance is vital for maintaining performance. Following the procedures below will help keep the equipment in top operating condition. Maintenance check points Item Check Point Antenna Check for physical damage and corrosion. Wire Check that the antenna is properly antenna spanned and separated sufficiently...

  • Page 171: Simple Troubleshooting

    PR-850A is connected to and Output FS-5070. power indicator blinks. Transmission power is decreased to LOW2. (FS-5070 only) 11. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING Remedy • Turn on the mains switchboard. • Check supply voltage. • Recharge battery and tighten battery terminals.

  • Page 172: Error Messages

    11. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING 11.4 Error Messages The table below shows error messages, their meanings, and remedies. If oter error occurs, contact your dealer. Error message Meaning Busy: RT Radiotelephone is in operation. Channel Busy You attempted to transmit on a channel which is currently busy.

  • Page 173: Replacement Of Fuses

    11.5 Replacement of Fuses To protect the equipment from overcurrent and equipment fault, two fuses are provided in the PR-300 Power Supply Unit. If a fuse blows, find the cause before replacing it. If it blows again after replacement, request service. WARNING Use the proper fuse.

  • Page 174: Test Call

    11. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING 11.6 Test Call This function sends a test signal to a coast or ship station, over one of six distress and safety frequencies. For that reason, it should not be executed unnecessarily. You can prepare a test call beforehand (see Chapter 6) or at the moment you intend to send a test call.

  • Page 175

    Compose msg. MSG TYPE : TEST MESSAGE STATION ID 001234567 PRIORITY : SAFETY DSC FREQ 2187.5 kHz GO TO VIEW 9. Press the CALL key to send the test call (transmission time: about seven seconds). 10. The display shows “Test message in progress!” while the test call is being transmitted. Test message in progress! DESTINATION ID...

  • Page 176: Nbdp Terminal Unit Maintenance, Cleaning The Equipment, Connectors And Earth Connection, Floppy Disk Drive, Diagnostics

    11. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING Received message MAR-23-2006-23:59 TEST ACKNOWLEDGEMENT SENDER ID : 001234567 PRIORITY: SAFETY 3M10S GO TO VIEW No response! Try calling again? Re-send call: Push the ENTER knob and then press the CALL key. Cancel call: Press the CANCEL key to return to the previous screen. 11.7 NBDP Terminal Unit Maintenance Regular maintenance is important for good performance.

  • Page 177

    System Setup Slave Delay TX/RX MSG Save Edit Before sending Time System Time & Date Window Color Self Test 2. Choose Change from Setup. 3. Choose Self Test (at the bottom of the screen). 4. Press the Esc key. The results of the self test are displayed a short time later. Selftest Terminal Unit Test : ver.

  • Page 178

    11. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING conducted continuously, you may press the Esc key twice followed by the F10 key to stop the test and return to the tone test menu. 1:File 2:Edit 3:Operate 4:Window 5:Station 6:System 7:WRU 8:HR 9:Over 10:Break Station Name Frequency (T/R) : Comm Status Connect Send Lock Error...

  • Page 179: Appendix, Menu Tree

    APPENDIX Menu Tree #/SETUP key HS. VOL (0 to 63, 45 ) NB ( OFF , ON) SQ (500-2000 Hz, 800 Hz ) Default settings USER CH (Shows user ch entry screen.) in boldface italic. MESSAGE (Shows Message file entry screen) POSITION (Shows Position setup screen) DATE/TIME (Shows Date/Time setup screen) MEM CLR...

  • Page 180: Nbdp Terminal Unit (telex)

    APPENDIX NBDP terminal unit (telex) Default settings in boldface italic. F1: File F5: Station 1: New 2: Open 3: Close 4: Delete 5: Rename 6: Real Time Printing 7: File to Print 8: Cancel Priniting 9: Clear Buffer 0: Floppy Disk Format F2: Edit F6: System 1: Undo...

  • Page 181: Frequency Tables

    Frequency Tables DSC frequency table TX (kHz) 2187.5 4207.5 6312.0 8414.5 12577.0 16804.5 458.5 2189.5(2177.0*) 4208.0 6312.5 8415.0 12577.5 16805.0 18898.5 22374.5 25208.5 4208.5 6313.0 8415.5 12578.0 16805.5 18899.0 22375.0 25209.0 4209.0 6313.5 8416.0 12578.5 16806.0 18899.5 22375.5 25209.5 RX (kHz) Remarks 2187.5 4207.5...

  • Page 182

    APPENDIX Custom channels (to be programmed by FURUNO dealers) AP-4...

  • Page 183

    MF band working carrier frequencies (ref. US CFR 47 Part 80.371) Above frequencies are not programmed. Contact a FURUNO representative. 1 = Unlimited use December 15 to April 1 2 = 2206 kHz for distress only 3 = Limited to pep of 150 W.

  • Page 184

    APPENDIX MF band SSB working carrier frequencies AP-6...

  • Page 185

    4/6 MHz ITU SSB carrier frequencies (ITU RR Appendix 16) These frequencies are factory programmed. APPENDIX i t c AP-7...

  • Page 186

    APPENDIX 8 MHz ITU SSB carrier frequencies (ITU RR Appendix 16) AP-8 i t c...

  • Page 187

    12/16 ITU SSB carrier frequencies (ITU RR Appendix 16) APPENDIX AP-9...

  • Page 188

    APPENDIX 18/19, 22, 25/26 ITU SSB carrier frequencies (ITU RR Appendix 16) AP-10...

  • Page 189

    MF band telex frequency table 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 2034 2035 2036 APPENDIX AP-11...

  • Page 190

    APPENDIX ITU Telex frequency table (1/4) AP-12...

  • Page 191

    APPENDIX ITU Telex frequency table (2/4) AP-13...

  • Page 192

    APPENDIX ITU Telex frequency table (3/4) AP-14...

  • Page 193

    APPENDIX ITU Telex frequency table (4/4) AP-15...

  • Page 194

    APPENDIX Telex Abbreviations AP-16 . f f r i f l l o a l i s t i s ' r e l l l l a r r r t i s...

  • Page 195: Digital Interface (iec 61162-1)

    Digital Interface (IEC 61162-1) I/O Sentences Input sentences (IEC 61162-1) GNS, RMC, GLL, GGA, ZDA Input sentence description GGA – Global positioning system(GPS) fix data $--GGA,hhmmss.ss,llll.lll,a,yyyyy.yyy,a,x,xx,x.x,x.x,M,x.x,M,x.x,xxxx*hh<CR><LF> +---+--------------------------------------------- 2 +------------------------------------------------------------- 1 1. UTC of position 2. Latitude, N/S 3. Longitude, E/W 4.

  • Page 196

    APPENDIX GLL – Geographic position – latitude/longitude $--GLL,llll.lll,a,yyyyy.yyy,a,hhmmss.ss,A,a*hh<CR><LF> +------+----------------------- 2 +---+----------------------------------- 1 1. Latitude, N/S 2. Longitude, E/W 3. UTC of position 4. Status: A=data valid, V=data invalid 5. Mode indicator(see note) 6. Checksum NOTE Positioning system Mode indicator: A = Autonomous D = Differential E = Estimated (dead reckoning) M = Manual input...

  • Page 197

    GNS – GNSS fix data $--GNS,hhmmss.ss,llll.lll,a,yyyyy.yyy,a,c--c,xx,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x*hh<CR><LF> | | | | | | | | | | | | | +--- 11 | | | | | +------ 10 | | | | +---------- 9 | | | +-------------- 8 | | +------------------ 7 | +---------------------- 6 +------------------------- 5 | +------------------------------ 4...

  • Page 198

    APPENDIX RMC – Recommended minimum specific GPS/TRANSIT data $--RMC,hhmmss.ss,A,llll.lll,a,yyyyy.yyy,a,x.x,x.x,xxxxxx,x.x,a,a*hh<CR><LF> +---+---------------------------------------- 3 +--------------------------------------------------- 2 +---------------------------------------------------------- 1 1. UTC of position fix 2. Status: A=data valid, V=navigation receiver warning 3. Latitude, N/S 4. Longitude, E/W 5. Speed over ground, knots 6. Course over ground, degrees true 7.

  • Page 199

    Schematic diagram T-IF BOARD 05P0757 IEC 61162-1 TB6 R58 RD3_A < 41 < RD3_B < 42 < 100P 100P Load requirements as a listener Isolation: Optocoupler Input impedance: 450Ω Max. voltage: ±15 V Threshold: 4 mA MOTHER BOARD T-CPU BOARD 05P0759 05P0732A P201...

  • Page 200: Parts List

    This equipment contains complex modules in which fault diagnosis and repair down to component level are not practical (IMO A.694(17)/8.3.1). Only some discrete components are used. FURUNO Electric Co., Ltd. Believes identifying these components is of no value for shipboard maintenance; therefore, they are not listed in this manual. Major modules can be located on the parts location photos on pages AP-26 thru AP-30.

  • Page 201

    Transceiver unit FS-2570T F U R U N O ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Aug-02 Blk.No. SYMBOL TYPE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD 05P0731, T-I/F 05P0732B, T-CPU 05P0733, TX/RX B5, B18 05P0734A, W/R B6, B17 05P0739A, PA 05P0736A, TX-FIL 05P0737A, SW-REG 05P0743, MB 05P0746, PRESEL 05P0747, REF OSC 05P0744, RELAY 05P0751B, DSP (DSC)

  • Page 202

    APPENDIX Control unit FS-2571C F U R U N O ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST SYMBOL TYPE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD 05P0810, PANEL 05P0811A, C-CPU 05P0812A, C-IF AP-24 Model FS-2571C Unit CONTROL UNIT Blk.No. CODE No. REMARKS 001-031-390 001-033-850 001-033-900 SHIPPABLE ASSEMBLY...

  • Page 203

    Control unit FS-5070T F U R U N O ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST SYMBOL TYPE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD 05P0757, T-I/F 05P0732B, T-CPU 05P0733, TX/RX B6, B26 05P0734A, W/R B17 to 20 05P0739A, PA 05P0741, TX-FIL 05P0737A, SW-REG 05P0759, MB 05P0744, RELAY B10, 11 05P0751A, DSP (DSC) 05P0751B, DSP (NBDP)

  • Page 204: Parts Location

    APPENDIX Parts Location FS-1570T 05P0744 RELAY Board 05P0737A 05P0746 SW-REG Board PRESEL Board 05P0735 05P0736 PA Board TX FIL Board AP-26 05P0733 TX/RX Board 05P0734A W/R Board 05P0731 05P0751A T-I/F Board DSP Board (for NBDP) 05P0751B DSP Board 05P0747 REF OSC Board 05P0742 MB Board...

  • Page 205

    Transceiver unit FS-2570T 05P0738 05P0737A 05P0739A SW-REG 05P0746 05P0736A PRESEL TX FIL 05P0740 COMB 05P0734A 05P0739A W/R (option) 05P0744 RELAY 05P0751A 05P0751B (NBDP) 05P0733 TX/RX (DSC) APPENDIX 05P0747 REF OSC 05P0734A 05P0743 (behind) 05P0731 T-I/F 05P0732B T-CPU AP-27...

  • Page 206

    APPENDIX Transceiver unit FS-5070T (1) (Inside) 05P0737A SW-REG Board AP-28 05P0741 TX-FIL Board 05P0744 RELAY Board...

  • Page 207

    Transceiver unit FS-5070T (2) 05P0739A PA Board (Inside) 05P0764 PWR Board 05P0738A 05P0765 DRV Board DIV Board 05P0740 COMB Board (Inside) COMB 05P0759 05P0751B 05P0751A MB Board DSP Board DSP Board (underneath) (DSC) (NBDP) APPENDIX 05P0762 RX-FIL Board 05P0734A W/R Board 05P0733 TX-RX Board 05P0760...

  • Page 208

    APPENDIX Control unit FS-2571C AP-30 05P0810 PANEL Board 05P0811A C-CPU Board 05P0812A C-IF Board...

  • Page 209

    1.1.5 Display method 1.1.6 Backlight 1.1.7 Contrast 1.1.8 Warming up : Operating frequency should not be higher than 22 MHz for full-duplex communication, FS-5070 only TRANSMITTER 1.2.1 Frequency range 1.2.2 RF output power 1.2.3 Frequency error 1.2.4 Modulation AF response 1.2.5...

  • Page 210

    Noise Blanker, Voice-activated squelch, Pre-selector Space: 1785.0 ± 0.5 Hz, Mark: 1615.0 ± 0.5 Hz 100 bps ± 30 x 10 FS-1570/2570: ITU-R Rec.M493-10, M541-8, M1082-1 FS-5070: ITU-R Rec.493-11, 541-9 AFSK 3.5 s to 4.5 s self-repetition 50 messages 2187.5/ 8414.5 and 4207.5/ 6312/12577/16804.5 kHz 2187.5 kHz...

  • Page 211

    2.2.7 Selectivity 2.2.8 Receiving system 2.2.9 Radiation 2.2.10 RX error rate 2.2.11 Spurious response 2.2.12 Scanning reception 2.2.13 Diagnosis DSC/WATCH RECEIVER (FS-5070) 2.3.1 Frequency range DISTRESS ROUTINE 2.3.2 Class of emission 2.3.3 Antenna impedance 2.3.4 Local oscillator 2.3.5 Frequency stability 2.3.6...

  • Page 212

    2.4.8 Receiving System 2.4.9 Radiation 2.4.10 RX Error Rate 2.4.11 Spurious Response 2.4.12 Scanning Reception 2.4.13 Diagnosis NBDP FUNCTION (OPTION) GENERAL 3.1.1 Communication mode ARQ, FEC, DIRC (FSK) 3.1.2 Protocol ID code Line cord Modulation Tone frequency Tracking range 3.1.3 Applications Auto-reception Frequency scanning...

  • Page 213

    Internal, optional supply IEC 61162-1 (NMEA 0183-3) GGA>RMC>GLL FS-2570: 24 VDC, 1.5 A, max. 35A (TX) FS-5070: 24 VDC, 3 A (RX), max. 35 A (TX) IB-581: 24VDC, 0.8 A IB-583: 24 VDC: 0.6 A 24 VDC: 1.5 A 100/110/115/220/230 VAC, 1Ø, 50/60Hz -15°C to +55°C...

  • Page 214

    Bearing vibration COATING COLOR Control/terminal unit Transceiver unit Antenna coupler IPX2 (panel), IPX0 (chassis) IPX5 (FS-1570/2570), IPX6 (FS-5070) 2 Hz-5Hz to 13.2 Hz: Amplitude: ±1 mm±10% 13.2 Hz to 100 Hz: Max. acceleration 7m/s N3.0 (panel), 2.5GY5/1.5 (chassis) 2.5GY5/1.5 N9.5 (white)

  • Page 215: Index

    INDEX 1/ RT/2182 key ...1-2 2/DSC key ...1-1 4/Intcom key ...1-6 key...1-4 8/PRINT key ...6-19 key ...1-2 Channel selection ...2-2 Contrast ...1-4 Control description...1-1 Dimmer ...1-4 Distress alert receiving on either VHF channel 70 or MF channel 2187.5 ...4-7 receiving on HF band ...4-10 sending ...4-2 Distress relay on behalf of other ship, to area ships ...4-18...

  • Page 216

    Print out menu ...6-19 PSTN call charge information...5-35 receiving ...5-33 sending ...5-30 RF ...2-4 Scan frequency setup...6-21 Send message call test call...6-10 Send message files group call ...6-8 individual call ...6-4 I IN-2 printing ... 6-12 PSTN call ... 6-9 Test call ...

  • Page 217

    • Test report 98752230, 98752232 and 98752234 of 17 June 2002 issued by Telefication, The Netherlands • Test reports FLI 12-02-019 of 20 May 2002, FLI 12-02-036 of 30 August 2002, FLI 12-08-014/Rev.A/FLI 12-08- 024/Rev.A of 11 June 2008 and FLI 12-08-028/FLI 12-08-030 of 30 June 2008 issued by Furuno Labotech International Co., Ltd.

  • Page 218

    • Test report 98752231, 98752233 and 98752235 of 17 June 2002 issued by Telefication, The Netherlands • Test reports FLI 12-02-019 of 20 May 2002 and FLI 12-02-036 of 30 August 2002, FLI 12-08-014/Rev.A/FLI 12-08- 024/Rev.A of 11 June 2008 and FLI 12-08-028/FLI 12-08-030 of 30 June 2008 issued by Furuno Labotech International Co., Ltd.

  • Page 219

    • Test report 98752231, 98752233 and 98752235 of 17 June 2002 issued by Telefication, The Netherlands • Test reports FLI 12-02-019 of 20 May 2002 and FLI 12-02-036 of 30 August 2002, FLI 12-08-014/Rev.A/FLI 12-08- 024/Rev.A of 11 June 2008 and FLI 12-08-028/FLI 12-08-030 of 30 June 2008 issued by Furuno Labotech International Co., Ltd.

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