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    Please read this first! Warning: Although ACR strives for accuracy in all its publications; this material may contain errors or omissions, and is subject to change without prior notice. ACR shall not be made liable for any specific, indirect, incidental or consequential damages as a result of its use. ACR components may only be used in safety of life devices or systems, with the express written approval of ACR, as the failure of such components could cause the failure of the ACR device or system.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    NAUTICAST™-INLAND Installation Manual Index Page Number GENERAL INTRODUCTION ...............................1 Description of AIS ..............................1 AIS in an Operational Environment ..........................2 AIS Networks ................................3 NAUTICAST™ ..................................4 System Overview ...............................4 INSTALLATION ...................................5 Installation Requirements ............................5 Installation Overview ..............................5 General Interface Description .............................7 Interface NMEA Description: ............................8 3.4.1 Sensor - Interface CH1, CH2, CH3 ........................8 ECDIS –...

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    History of Changes Date Version Rev. Status Comments Responsible 2005-11-01 1.0.0 Released A. Lesch M. D‟Arcangelo 2006-07-14 1.0.1 Released Editorial work M.D‟Arcangelo 2006-10-11 1.0.2 Released Character Change-out Edits Update according to VTT&T, Blue Sign, Factory Password handling, removed reference to C.

  • Page 5: Description Of Ais, General Introduction

    1 General Introduction 1.1 Description of AIS What does the abbreviation AIS stand for? AIS stands for: “Automatic Identification System” What is AIS? According to IALA regulations, AIS is defined as follows: Very simply, the AIS is a broadcast Transponder system, operating in the VHF maritime mobile Band.

  • Page 6: Ais In An Operational Environment

    1.2 AIS in an Operational Environment This illustration depicts a typical AIS System, where two or more AIS equipped vessels (and shore based systems) are automatically communicating with each other. On the bottom, a typical NAUTICAST™ installation in a common environment is shown. The NAUTICAST™...

  • Page 7: Ais Networks

    1.3 AIS Networks The scenario below shows a full AIS coverage area (including all applications and complete shore infrastructure). The Carriage Requirement currently applies to SOLAS Vessels and will be extended on Inland Waterways. Y1-03-0212H...

  • Page 8: System Overview, Nauticast

    2 NAUTICAST 2.1 System Overview Unlike other AIS devices, the NAUTICAST™ combines all required functions into one cabinet. Additionally, the NAUTICAST™ gives the operator a number of additional features (easy mounting & installation, environmental protection and smallest dimensions). Y1-03-0212H...

  • Page 9: Installation Requirements, Installation Overview, Installation

    3 Installation IMPORTANT: AUTHORITIES MANDATE that after the physical installation has been successfully completed, all ships data and settings be entered into the AIS transponder. See Section 4 for further instructions. 3.1 Installation Requirements General Requirements Please note that international conventions, regulations, instructions and guidelines have to be adhered to when installing the NAUTICAST™.

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    Step-by-Step Installation Procedure: Mount the NAUTICAST™ close to ships operation workstation for traffic surveillance and maneuvering. Use the VHF adapter cable (P/N 2612) together with the VHF plug and TNC plug to connect the VHF and GPS antenna cables and antennas. The sensors, ECDIS, PC, pilot case, long range devices and auxiliary displays can be connected to the NAUTICAST™...

  • Page 11: General Interface Description

    Components and Interfaces The diagram below illustrates which devices can be connected to the NAUTICAST™. For a detailed description of sensor connecting e.g. an existing Gyro to the NAUTICAST™ refer to Chapter 3.5 “Sensor Interface Definitions.” 3.3 General Interface Description Interface Designation Speed...

  • Page 12: Interface Nmea Description, Sensor - Interface Ch1, Ch2, Ch3, Ecdis – Presentation Interface Ch 4

    3.4 Interface NMEA Description: 3.4.1 Sensor - Interface CH1, CH2, CH3 Refer to Chapter 3.8 for detailed information on Sensor - Interface and Configuration. 3.4.2 ECDIS – Presentation Interface CH 4 Sentence Formatters Direction Used Fields UAIS Addressed and binary broadcast acknowledgement AIS Channel assignment message in / out Acknowledge Alarm...

  • Page 13: Pilot Port Ch 5, Long Range Ch 8

    3.4.3 Pilot Port CH 5 The used sentence formatters for the pilot plug are the same as those listed for the ECDIS port. Note: A pilot input/output port is part of an AIS Class A installation. A plug connected to this port should be installed on the bridge near the pilot‟s operating position, so that a pilot can connect a Personal Pilot Unit (PPU) if required.

  • Page 14: Dgps – Dgnss Channel 9, Alarm Circuit – Biit Channel 10, Proprietary Sentences

    3.4.5 DGPS – DGNSS Channel 9 Field / Protocol information: All fields are provided with further information; please refer to ITU-R M.823-2 / RTCM SC 104 for detailed field information. 3.4.6 Alarm Circuit – BIIT Channel 10 The AIS requires that an alarm output (relay) must be connected to an audible alarm device or the ships alarm system, if available.

  • Page 15: Sensor Interface Definitions, Talker Drive Circuits, Listener Receiver Circuits, Electrical Isolation

    3.5 Sensor Interface Definitions All interface ports of the NAUTICAST comply with IEC-61162-1 / -2 and NMEA-0183 HS 3.0 specifications (aligned to RS422 parameters). 3.5.1 Talker drive circuits The maximum output current is I = 50mA on each port. The drive circuit meets the requirements of ITU-T V.11.

  • Page 16: Sensor Notes

    3.6 Sensor notes External Sensor The AIS has interfaces (configurable as IEC 61162-1 or 61162-2) for position, bottom track (BT) speed, heading and rate of turn (ROT) sensors. In general, sensors installed in compliance with other carriage requirements of SOLAS Chapter V should be connected to the AIS System.*1.

  • Page 17: Sensor Hardware Installation, Installation Of An Rs422 Serial Interface

    3.7 Sensor Hardware Installation: 3.7.1 Installation of an RS422 serial interface: In most cases, the output from a GPS is already being used by existing navigation equipment. It is possible to split an RS 422 output for two devices. If the signal becomes too low, then an NMEA splitter has to be used.

  • Page 18: Sensor Software Configuration, Introduction

    3.8 Sensor Software Configuration 3.8.1 Introduction The NAUTICAST™ AIS requires a connection to various sensor devices. Sensor Configuration should enable compatibility with existing navigation devises aboard any vessel. This chapter deals with several ways to configure the NAUTICAST™ and to comply with the requirements of the specific sensor interfaces.

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    After accessing the Sensor Configuration menu this main configuration screen is active: 19' E 12' |1> N/A|2>0.00|3>0.10nm *********** Sensor Settings ************ BaudRate Sensor1:< 4800> CRC: auto Ignored:$HC---$-----$-----$----- $-----$-----$-----$----- 1>Start Monitor> BaudRate Sensor2: 4800 CRC: auto Ignored:$HC---$-----$-----$----- $-----$-----$-----$----- 2>Start Monitor> BaudRate Sensor3: 38400 CRC: auto Ignored:$HC---$-----$-----$----- $-----$-----$-----$-----...

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    *********** Sensor Settings ************ ************************************** Please stay... analyze Sensor 1..3 this takes max. 30sec. ************************************** ---------------------------------------- | Back It is possible to interrupt this process by pressing the “Back” - Button [M8]. After the analysis is complete, the Transponder will list the data used for the AIS operation. 18' E 12' |1>...

  • Page 21: Real-time Analysis Of Nmea Data Streams

    3.8.3 Real-Time Analysis of NMEA Data Streams After these configuration procedures, an overview of the current Sensor Software Configuration has been attained. This filtered NMEA data can be analyzed further. The data source is shown on the screen below. The source can be internal or external devices, the received NMEA sentence and the channel where this data was identified (Sensor 1, 2, 3 or calculated), as well as the measured update rate.

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    Each time the analysis process for sensor configuration is undertaken; a trace file (see below) is automatically generated and sent out to the ECDIS-Port. This output can also be used as a Sensor Configuration Report. $PNAUSCA,4800,4800,4800,1 $PNAUSCD,------------ Sensor Settings ------------ $PNAUSCD,Date : 06/22/2004 08:57:05 $PNAUSCD,Hardware: AIS Transponder Class A...

  • Page 23: Sensor Monitoring For Problem Analysis

    3.8.4 Sensor Monitoring for Problem Analysis For specific information on a particular sensor, the NMEA input data can be monitored and is listed on the AIS display. 21' E 15' |1> N/A|2>0.00|3>0.10nm *********** Sensor Settings ************ BaudRate Sensor1:< 4800> CRC: auto Ignored:$HC---$-----$-----$----- $-----$-----$-----$----- 1>Start Monitor>...

  • Page 24: Priority Handling Of Sensor Sentence, Supported Nmea-0183 Sentences

    3.8.5 Priority Handling of Sensor Sentence This table shows the priority handling of NMEA sentences. The sentences which are treated with higher priority are listed first. Positioning System Source Priority HIGH Time of Position Latitude/Longitude Position accuracy Rate of Turn(ROT) Reference Datum Speed over Ground Heading...

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    6) GPS Quality Indicator, 0 - fix not available, 1 - GPS fix, 2 - Differential GPS fix 7) Number of satellites in view, 00 - 12 8) Horizontal Dilution of precision 9) Antenna Altitude above/below mean-sea-level (geoid) 10) Units of antenna altitude, meters 11) Geoidal separation, the difference between the WGS-84 earth ellipsoid and mean-sea-level (geoid), \-\ means mean-sea-level below ellipsoid...

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    5:LoInd 6:Acc 7:Sat RMC - Minimum Navigation Information 11| 13 | | | $--RMC,hhmmss.ss,A,llll.ll,a,yyyyy.yy,a,x.x,x.x,ddmmyy,x.x,a,a*hh<CR><LF> Field Numbers: 1) UTC Time 2) Status, V = Navigation receiver warning 3) Latitude 4) N or S 5) Longitude 6) E or W 7) Speed over ground, knots 8) Course over Ground, degrees true 9) Date, ddmmyy 10) Magnetic Variation, degrees...

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    Used Fields: 1,5,6,7,8,9 1:COG 5:SOG 6:SOGIn 7:SOG 8:SOGIn 9:Valid OSD - Ship Data 9 10 $--OSD,x.x,A,x.x,a,x.x,a,x.x,x.x,a*hh<CR><LF> Field Numbers: 1) Heading, degrees true 2) Status, A = Data Valid 3) Vessel Course, degrees True 4) Course Reference 5) Vessel Speed 6) Speed Reference 7) Vessel Set, degrees True 8) Vessel drift (speed) 9) Speed Units...

  • Page 28: Calculated Values, Versions Of Nmea Sentences

    3.8.7 Calculated Values Processed dynamic ship data such as position, SOG etc. is generated by NMEA sentences. Exceptions: If "Calc" is displayed on the sensor analyze screen, this means that this sentence is used for calculating dynamic ship data. ROT out of HDT ROT direction left / right -/+ will be calculated out of the HDT Message, if a TIROT sentence (only “TI”-Talker devices are valid) is not connected.

  • Page 29: Pin-description Ais-cable / Socket 50-pins

    3.9 Pin-Description AIS-Cable / Socket 50-Pins: TxA  out – AIS Cable/Socket ( Sub-D 50 Plug ) TxB  out + RxA  in – RxB  in + CH5_out+ Spare Ch4_out+ CH5_out- Spare CH4_out- CH5_gnd Spare CH4_gnd CH5_in+ Spare CH4_in+ CH5_in- Spare...

  • Page 30: Pin-description Ais-connector

    Black BK White WH 3.10 Pin-Description AIS-Connector: Green GN Brown BR Blue AIS -Cable Sub-D 50 Plug Orange OR Yellow YL Violet VI Gray SL(Slate) + 24 VDC/max 5A Note: Pink + 24 VDC TxA  out – + 24 VDC TxB ...

  • Page 31: Pin-description Communication-cable / Socket 50-pins

    3.11 Pin-Description Communication-Cable / Socket 50-Pins Communication-Cable / Socket ( Sub-D 50 Socket ) Blue Sign - Switch Blue Sign - Switch CH15_TxD CH15_RxD CH15_GND Communication CH15 RS232 Spare Do not use Communication Socket (female) Y1-03-0212H...

  • Page 32: Communication Cable Rs232 (sub-d 50 Socket)

    3.12 Communication Cable RS232 (Sub-D 50 Socket) BlueSign Switch BlueSign Switch RS232 SUB-DB9 CH15_RxD Communication CH15_TxD CH15_gnd Cable 2635 (NAU-B502) includes a RS232 SUB-DB9 connector for PC communication and flying leads for connection to a Blue Sign Switch (user-provided and Single throw On/Off required.) WARNING - DO NOT APPLY POWER TO THE SWITCH LEADS! Y1-03-0212H...

  • Page 33: Installation Of Vhf / Gps Antennas, Vhf Antenna Installation

    3.13 Installation of VHF / GPS Antennas Interference to the Ship’s VHF Radiotelephone The AIS ship borne equipment, like any other ship borne transceiver operating in the VHF maritime band, may cause interference to a ship‟s VHF radiotelephone. Because AIS is a digital system, this interference may occur as a periodic (e.g.

  • Page 34: Gnss Antenna Installation

    All outdoor connectors on the coaxial cables should be fitted with preventive isolation, such as shrink-stocking with silicone to protect the antenna cable against water penetration. Coaxial cables should be installed in separate signal cable channels/tubes, and at least 10 cm away from any power supply cables.

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    Menu „GPS Settings: Select from the Main Menu “Transponder Configuration ” Number 5. Menu is USER password protected. The default password from the factory is mentioned on your AIS display at the protection foil. Please see the appendix in your User Manual for additional password information..

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    GPS module: The screen provides means to switch the GPS Module between the „<µBlox>‟ or „<Jupiter>‟. You can force the AIS to search again for the GPS Module installed. Selecting the wrong type of GPS module may result in invalid position information and/or malfunction so that your AIS can not operate correct.

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    The position of the VHF and GNSS – antennas must be added to the existing antenna layout of the vessel. 3.14 Power Supply The NAUTICAST™ must be supplied from the emergency power source. A new battery capacity calculation must be undertaken. See sample in 9.1 (Samples for battery calculation) Following documents are needed for the installation approval of the classification Antenna Layout (arrangement) Battery Calculation...

  • Page 38: Initial Set Up Of The Nauticast™ For Operation, Starting The Nauticast

    4 Starting the NAUTICAST™ 4.1 Initial Set Up of the NAUTICAST™ for operation ATTENTION: AUTHORITIES MANADATE THAT YOU ENTER THIS INFORMATION. After installing the antennas and hardware the following User, Voyage related and Ship Settings data needs to be entered. Upon Start-up (Applying power) enter the following information.

  • Page 39: Entering The Mmsi / Imo / Dac / Esn Numbers

    4.2 Entering the MMSI / IMO / DAC / ESN Numbers Select from the Main Menu “Service Configuration” Number 6. This option requires the SERVICE password. The default password from the factory is mentioned on your AIS display at the protection foil. Please see the appendix in your User Manual for additional password information.

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    21' E 14' |1> N/A|2>0.00|3>0.10nm ********** Change MMSI / IMO *********** MMSI :119302468 IMO No.:303174162 ---------------------------------------- NUM| Save | Back Select Submenu 4 “Change DAC / ESN” with cursor button [Up] & [Down] by pressing Nr. 4 on the keyboard. 21' E 14' |1>0.01|2>1.30|3>1.80nm |----------------------------------...

  • Page 41: Entering Ship Settings

    4.3 Entering Ship Settings Select from the Main Menu “4. Ship Settings” This option requires the USER password. The default password from the factory is mentioned on your AIS display at the protection foil. Please see the appendix in your User Manual for additional password information. Enter Password and use the up and down arrows to edit Ship Settings then press Enter or the numeric reference on the keypad to select and edit.

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    Setting the Internal and External GPS Antenna Position. Note: It is critical for the proper orientation of your ship to other AIS users to enter this data accurately. Example: Length of ship = 220m and Beam = 43m. GPS ANTENNA location on ship (is x in above Menu example) is located 200 meters from bow (A) and 33 Meters from Starboard side (D).

  • Page 43: Entering Voyage Related Data

    4.4 Entering Voyage Related Data Select from the Main Menu “3. Voyage Settings” This option requires the USER password. The default password from the factory is mentioned on your AIS display at the protection foil. Please see the appendix in your User Manual for additional password information. Enter Password and use the up and down arrows to edit Voyage Related data then press Enter or the numeric reference on the keypad to select and edit.

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    31' E 24' |1>0.01|2>1.30|3>1.80nm ---------------------------------------- ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ User password protected! Please enter user password: ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ---------------------------------------- | Enter | Exit Select Submenu 1 “General Settings” with cursor button [Up] & [Down] by pressing Nr. 1 on the keyboard. 18' E 12' |1>0.01|2>1.30|3>1.80nm |---------------------------------- | 3.

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    Select Submenu 2 “Cargo/Voyage Settings” with cursor button [Up] & [Down] or by pressing Nr. 2 on the keyboard. Toggle the values for the ERI ship type (see section 7.1), the hazardous cargo by the number of Blue Cones [0-3, B-Flag, Default/Unknown], and the loaded / unloaded status Un/ Loaded [Loaded, Unloaded].

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    Select Submenu 4 “Destination” with cursor button [Up] & [Down] by pressing Nr. 4 on the keyboard. Select between mask input and direct input of the destrination string. Mask input: Scroll the Data Fields with [Enter] and input the UN destination codes as well as the ETA (estimated time of arrival) data.

  • Page 47: Entering Inland Ais Configuration

    4.5 Entering Inland AIS Configuration Select from the Main Menu “5. Transponder Configuration” This option requires the USER password. The default password from the factory is mentioned on your AIS display at the protection foil. Please see the appendix in your User Manual for additional password information. Enter User Password and press [Enter] or [M5].

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    Select Submenu 7 “Inland AIS Configuration” with cursor button [Up] & [Down] by pressing Nr. 7 on the keyboard. N48^12' E 16^26' |1> N/A|2> N/A|3> N/Anm |---------------------------------- | 5. Transponder Configuration -----| | | +- 1. Change User Password View | +- 2. Region Settings | +- 3.

  • Page 49: Service And User Passwords

    4.6 Service and User Passwords WARNING: It is very important that the Service password not be lost. Keeping the password in a second location may be wise. Record your custom service and user passwords in the table provided in the appendix of your User Manual. Memorizing the password is best. If you lose this password, you cannot make any further configuration changes: Access to the AIS is blocked.

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    Service Menu Example: N48^12' E 16^26' |1>0.00|2>0.00| * 2S |---------------------------------- | 6. Service Configuration -----| | | +- 1. Change Service Password View | +- 2. User Password Settings | +- 3. Change MMSI / IMO -----| +- 4. Change DAC / ENI | +- 5.

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    N48^12' E 16^26' |1>0.00|2>0.00| * 2S |---------------------------------- | 6. Service Configuration -----| | | +- 1. Change Service Password View | +- 2. User Password Settings | +- 3. Change MMSI / IMO -----| +- 4. Change DAC / ENI | +- 5.

  • Page 52: Reading And Understanding Alarms, Troubleshooting

    5 Troubleshooting 5.1 Reading and understanding Alarms: The NAUTICAST differentiates between Alarm and TXT messages. An Alarm informs the user about major system malfunctions and failings in the connected sensors. The Alarm Status informs the user about all active Alarms. The Alarm will be disabled and deleted from the Alarm Status, as soon as the displayed problem has been rectified.

  • Page 53: Alarm Codes

    5.2 Alarm Codes Description Text Cause/Source System Reaction / Remedy Reaction: The transponder unit stops transmission. If Alarm ID 01 and ID 02 are simultaneously displayed, then a major antenna problem has arisen. Remedy: VHF Antenna, 01 AIS: Tx malfunction Check if the antenna is AIS compatible (156-162 MHz) and if the antenna cabling cabling has a short circuit or is missing any contacts at the connectors.

  • Page 54: Text Messages, Restarting The Nauticast

    5.3 Text Messages Description Text Cause/Source Reaction of the System / Remedy Reaction: the transponder unit continues operation using indirect or semaphore synchronisation 07 AIS: UTC clock lost Internal GPS Remedy: Check GPS Antenna for AIS. Reaction: Positioning is fully operational AIS: external DGNSS in use Information Remedy: no action required...

  • Page 55: Accessories

    6 Accessories The following material is included with the NAUTICAST™. 1 NAUTICAST™ Inland AIS Transponder 1 installation manual, 1 user Manual 3 caps of plug 1 cable clamp (M5 thread) 1 guide plate Kit 3 angles + 3 mounting screws (screw bolt + square nut) The NAUTICAST™...

  • Page 56: Technical Information

    7 Technical Information PHYSICAL SPECIFIED STANDARDS Size in mm / inch (w) 281,26mm / 11,07inch IMO MSC.74(69) Annex 3 Size in mm / inch (h) 60mm / 2,36inch ITU-R M.1371-3 (Class A) Size in mm / inch (d) 201,26mm / 7,92inch IALA Techn.Clar.

  • Page 57: Eri Ship Types

    7.1 ERI Ship Types Msg 5 (1-99) Ship Type - SOLAS code U ship name dig1 dig2 Type (first digit) Cargo (Second digit) 8000 No Vessel, type unknown Other types of Ship No additional information 8010 V Motor freighter Cargo Ships No additional information 8020 V Motor tanker Tanker...

  • Page 58: Contact And Support Information

    1920 V catamaran fast craft 8 Contact and Support Information Contact your local dealer for NAUTICAST support. Please see our ACR Website for Service Listing. ACR Electronics Europe GmbH ACR Electronics Handelskai 388 / Top 632 Customer Service A-1020 Vienna, Austria 5757 Ravenswood Road +43 (1) 5 237 237 –...

  • Page 59: Samples For Battery Calculation, Typical Installation, Appendix

    9 Appendix 9.1 Samples for battery calculation 9.1.1 Typical Installation GMDSS Battery size calculation for 1 hour (Battery size calculation based on the IMO regulations Chapter IV - Reg.13) Ship Name QMIII Battery capacity 230Ah Battery Type 2x (12V / 135) Area A1, A2, A3 Battery located in battery chest on observation deck Qty.

  • Page 60: Rm Gmdss Compact-console Area A3 With 250 W Mf/hf

    9.1.2 RM GMDSS Compact-Console Area A3 with 250 W MF/HF GMDSS Reserve Battery Calculation ( 24 V DC ) for Raytheon Marine GmbH GMDSS Compact-Console Area A3 with 250 W MF/HF According to IMO Regulation COMSAR/Circ.16 4. March 1998 A: with Emergency Generator (SOLAS IV 13.2 ) The GMDSS equipment shall be able to operate one (1) hour on reserve power with 50% of time in transmission mode and 50% in receiving mode.

  • Page 61: Drawings And Approvals

    Calculation: Case A: 1h x ( 0.5 I TX + I RX + I Add ) x 1.4 = 44.06 Ah recommend battery capacity is 86 Ah Charger: I Charg x 0.1 I Batt/h = 8.6 A recommend charger is type 20 A Case B: 6h x ( 0.5 I TX + I RX + I Add ) x 1.4 = 264.39 Ah The battery calculation should not be used for uninterruptible power supply (UPS)

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    THIS DOCUMENT AND THE DATA DISCLOSED HEREIN OR HEREWITH IS PROPERTY OF AND BELONGS TO ACR ELECTRONICS, INC. FT LAUDERDALE, FL. IT IS FURNISHED IN CONFIDENCE SOLELY FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES. IT IS NOT TO BE REPRODUCED, USED OR DISCLOSED IN WHOLE OR IN PART TO ANYONE WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF ACR.

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    Input voltage range 24Vdc ± 30% Output voltage 27.2Vdc +15% -20% at extremes of temperature, load, input tolerance, etc. Intermittent output power Continuous rating +25%, taken for a maximum of 2 minutes followed by 8 minutes rest. Transient voltage protection Meets ISO7637-2 International standard for 24Vdc commercial vehicles Electrostatic voltage protection...

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    4.) Coil housing – Aluminum White. 5.) Antenna Connector – SO- 239, female. 6.) Locking washer and nut. 7.) Mounting bracket 8.) Set screw x2. ACR ELECTRONICS INC. SHEET ACR PART NUMBER 5757 Ravenswood Road 2628 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312 Y1-03-0212H...

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    fiberglass tube. Height 0,97m Weight 0,5 kg Wind rating 55 m/s = 125 mph Finish Polyurethane lacquer, white Temperature range -40°C, +50°C;+ -28 °F, +122°F Antenna VHF GPS Combo 2624 DRAWING NO. Y1-03-0212H ACR Electronics, Inc. SCALE...

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    I, p. 706), did undertake the relevant type approval procedures for the equipment identified below which was found to be in compliance with the Navigation requirements of Marine Equipment Directive (MED) 96/98/EC and the last modification by Directive 20091261EC. r"7 Manufacturer ACR Electronics Inc. \, .a,-, Aciciress 5757 Ravenswood Road. t f , FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 3331?6645, USA "/...

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    Page2o'f 2 EC TYPE EXAMINATION CERTIFICATE No. BSH/461214321220109 Gomponents necessary for operation: Components necessary fof Part No. Remarks operation 2607 Software-Version: 2.0.S1 05 NAUTICASTTM AIS 2640 Connection Box 2639 GPS Antenna AIS-A W/SM Coax VH-3200 VHF Stainless Steel Whip 2628 Antenna 91.4cm (36in) or equivalent The intemal GPS sensor of the NAUTICASTTM AIS is used as backup sensor for position reporting...

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    ISO 9001:2000 Zertifizierung / ISO 9001:2000 Certification ACR Electronics Europe GmbH hat ein Qualitätsmanagement System nach ISO 9001:2000 implementiert, und ist seit Juli 2003 ISO-zertifiziert. ACR Electronics Europe GmbH maintains a Quality Management System according to ISO 9001:2000, and received ISO certification in July 2003. Y1-03-0212H...

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    ISO 9001:2000 Zertifizierung / ISO 9001:2000 Certification ACR Electronics Europe GmbH hat ein Qualitätsmanagement System nach ISO 9001:2000 implementiert, und ist seit Juli 2003 ISO-zertifiziert. ACR Electronics Europe GmbH maintains a Quality Management System according to ISO 9001:2000, and received ISO certification in July 2003. Y1-03-0212H...

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    ACR Electronics Europe GmbH hat ein Qualitätsmanagement System nach ISO 9001:2000 implementiert, und ist seit Juli 2003 ISO-zertifiziert. ACR Electronics Europe GmbH maintains a Quality Management System according to ISO 9001:2000, and received ISO certification in July 2003. 4 Antenna...

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    ISO 9001:2000 Zertifizierung / ISO 9001:2000 Certification ACR Electronics Europe GmbH hat ein Qualitätsmanagement System nach ISO 9001:2000 implementiert, und ist seit Juli 2003 ISO-zertifiziert. ACR Electronics Europe GmbH maintains a Quality Management System according to ISO 9001:2000, and received ISO certification in July 2003. Y1-03-0212H...

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    ISO 9001:2000 Zertifizierung / ISO 9001:2000 Certification ACR Electronics Europe GmbH hat ein Qualitätsmanagement System nach ISO 9001:2000 implementiert, und ist seit Juli 2003 ISO-zertifiziert. ACR Electronics Europe GmbH maintains a Quality Management System according to ISO 9001:2000, and received ISO certification in July 2003. Y1-03-0212H...

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    Quick Replacement Guide Inland AIS 1. Prepare the following tools: Screwdrivers, spanners, User Password: [your personal password] Write down the current configuration (Should be written to you user manual - Appendix 7.3. settings here: The factory default password is on the display foil) BaudRate Sensor1: BaudRate Sensor2: 2.

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    Quick Replacement Guide Inland AIS Service Configuration: Press Menu 6.Service Configuration Press 9. Check the functionality [ServicePassword] Press Enter Type in Press Menu (Default Factory Password) 2.AIS Status Press 4.Change DAC / ENI Press 2.Own Ship Data Press DAC is 200 for Europe, ENI - type in the number from You should see your Own Ship Data with your filled in tabel: correct values for LAT, LON, SOG, COG,...

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