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JRC JMR-9230-S Installation Manual

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JMR-9230-S/S3
JMR-9230-S/S3
JMR-9225-7X3/9X3/6X/9X/6XH
JMR-9225-7X3/9X3/6X/9X/6XH
JMR-9210-6X/6XH
JMR-9210-6X/6XH
JMR-9272-S
JMR-9272-S
JMR-9282-S/SH
JMR-9282-S/SH
JMR-7230-S/S3
JMR-7230-S/S3
JMR-7225-7X3/9X3/6X/9X/6XH
JMR-7225-7X3/9X3/6X/9X/6XH
JMR-7210-6X/6XH
JMR-7210-6X/6XH
JMR-7272-S
JMR-7272-S
JMR-7282-S/SH
JMR-7282-S/SH
JAN-9201
JAN-9201
JAN-7201
JAN-7201
JAN-9202
JAN-9202
JAN-7202
JAN-7202
MARINE RADAR EQUIPMENT
MARINE RADAR EQUIPMENT
INSTALLATION MANUAL
INSTALLATION MANUAL
/ECDIS/CONNING
/ECDIS/CONNING

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    JMR-9230-S/S3 JMR-9230-S/S3 JMR-9225-7X3/9X3/6X/9X/6XH JMR-9225-7X3/9X3/6X/9X/6XH JMR-9210-6X/6XH JMR-9210-6X/6XH JMR-9272-S JMR-9272-S JMR-9282-S/SH JMR-9282-S/SH JMR-7230-S/S3 JMR-7230-S/S3 JMR-7225-7X3/9X3/6X/9X/6XH JMR-7225-7X3/9X3/6X/9X/6XH JMR-7210-6X/6XH JMR-7210-6X/6XH JMR-7272-S JMR-7272-S JMR-7282-S/SH JMR-7282-S/SH JAN-9201 JAN-9201 JAN-7201 JAN-7201 JAN-9202 JAN-9202 JAN-7202 JAN-7202 MARINE RADAR EQUIPMENT MARINE RADAR EQUIPMENT /ECDIS/CONNING /ECDIS/CONNING INSTALLATION MANUAL INSTALLATION MANUAL...

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    Cautions for High Voltage High voltages, ranging from several hundreds to tens of thousands of volts, are used in electronic apparatus, such as radio and radar instruments. These voltages are totally harmless in most operations. However, touching a component inside the unit is very dangerous.

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    Method of First-Aid Treatment Precautions for First-Aid Treatments Whenever a person is struck by an electrical shock, give the patient artificial respiration immediately on the spot, unless it is absolutely necessary to move the patient for safety's sake. Once started, artificial respiration should be continued rhythmically. (1) Refrain from touching the patient carelessly as a result of the accident;...

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     Treatment to Give When the Patient Has a Pulse Beating but Has Ceased to Breathe  Performing mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration - Fig. 1 (1) Bend the patient's face backward until it is directed to look back. (A pillow may be placed under the neck.) (2) Pull up the lower jaw to open up the airway.

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     Treatment to Give When the Patient Has No Pulse Beating and Has Ceased to Breathe  Performing cardiac massage - Fig. 2 If the patient has no pulse beating, with the pupils open and no heartbeat being heard, the patient has a cardiac arrest and requires immediate artificial respiration.

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    Procedure for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) using the AED (Automated External Defibrillator) A person is collapsing. A person is collapsing. - Secure the safety of the surrounding area. - Secure the safety of the surrounding area. - Prevent secondary disasters. - Prevent secondary disasters. Listen to the appeal of the Responding Check for response.

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    Procedure for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Using the AED (Automated External Defibrillator) 1. Check the scene for safety to prevent secondary disasters Are you OK? a) Do not touch the injured or ill person in panic when an accident has occurred. (Doing so may cause electric shock to the first-aiders.) b) Do not panic and be sure to turn off the power.

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    b) If the injured or ill person is breathing, place him/her in the recovery position and wait for the arrival of the emergency services. • Position the injured or ill person on his/her side, maintain a clear and open airway by pushing the head backward while positioning their Roll gently in the opposite mouth downward.

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    2) Perform chest compressions Compress with these • Perform uninterrupted chest compressions of parts (the heels of both 30 at the rate of about 100 times per minute hands). • While locking your elbows positioning yourself vertically above your hands. •...

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    side facing the chest. If the pads are not securely attached to the chest, the AED may not function. Paste the pads exactly at the positions indicated on the pads, If the chest is wet with water, wipe dry with a dry towel and the like, and then paste the pads. If there is a pacemaker or implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD), paste the pads at least 3cm away from them.

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    16. When to stop CPR (Keep the electrode pads on.) a) When the injured or ill person has been handed over to the emergency services b) When the injured or ill person has started moaning or breathing normally, lay him/her on his/her side in a recovery position and wait for the arrival of emergency services.

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    PREFACE Thank you for purchasing the JRC Multi Function Display JMR-7200/9200 Series, JAN-7201/9201 and JAN-7202/9202. This equipment meets the performance standards of the IMO (International Maritime Organization) and the IHO (International Hydro graphic Organization), and serves to improve safety, reduce fuel combustion, concentrate voyage information as the main device of the INS (Integrated Navigation System).

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     Before Operation  Pictorial Indication Various pictorial indications are included in this installation manual and are shown on this equipment so that you can operate them safely and correctly and prevent any danger to you and / or to other persons and any damage to your property during operation.

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     Precautions upon Equipment Operation  DANGER Never attempt to check or repair the inside of the equipment. Checking or repair by an unqualified person may cause a fire or an electric shock. Contact our head office, or a nearby branch or local office to request servicing.

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    Never directly touch the internal components of the radar antenna or indicator. Direct contact with these high-voltage components may cause electric shock. For maintenance, inspection, or adjustment of equipment components, consult with our branch office, branch shop, sales office, or our distributor in your district.

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    Do not change MBS Level/Area unless absolutely necessary. Incorrect adjustment will result in deletion of nearby target images and thus collisions may occur resulting in death or serious injuries. Confirm computer virus does not exist in USB memory beforehand when reading and writing of the file by using USB memory device.

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    Do not use the offset function during navigation. If the equipment is used with the offset value entered as the own ship position (deviated from the actual position), accidents may result. When the offset values are entered, the [Offset] badge is displayed at the position display on the Own Ship Information.

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    Use the radar only as a navigation aid. The final navigation decision must always be made by the operator him/herself. Making the final navigation decision based only on the radar display information may cause accidents such as collisions or running aground. A malfunction as the screen is disordered or unshown may occur if the power in the ship is instantaneously interrupted during operation of the radar.

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    Optimal values have been set for VD LEVEL and CONSTANT; therefore, never change their values unless absolutely necessary. Failure may result in accidents that would lower target tracking performance. When replacing magnetrons, make sure to shut off the main power and let the equipment stand for more than 5 minutes to discharge the high-voltage circuit.

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    This equipment is intended for use as an aid to navigation only. • If no backup measures, such as using another EDIS unit for confirmation, are taken, be sure to use official marine charts together with this equipment to make any navigational decision. This equipment is not designed to assess the positional information •...

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    During sailing, be sure to check the own ship’s position and bearing as often as necessary, regardless of whether the automatic sailing is in operation or not. Otherwise, accidents may result. Do not turn off the power during Backup/Restore. Otherwise, a malfunction may occur. Do not do the backup operation of data while sailing.

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    The Mounting Point of the Warning Label Warning Label NDC-1590 Central Control Unit(CCU) Warning Label NBD-913 Power Supply Unit(PSU)

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    Warning Label CWA-246 26inch Display Unit Mount Kit xxii...

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    Warning Label CWA-245 19inch Display Unit Mount Kit xxiii...

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    Warning Label NQE-3141-4A/8A Inter Switch Unit(ISW) Warning Label NQE-3167 Power Control Unit Warning Label NKE-1129-7/9 Radar Antenna NKE-1125-6/9 Radar Antenna xxiv...

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    Warning Label NKE-1139/1130 Radar Antenna Warning Label NTG-3230/3225 Transmitter-Receiver...

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    Warning Label NKE-1632 Radar Antenna Warning Label NKE-2632/2632-H Radar Antenna xxvi...

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    EQUIPMENT APPEARANCE NKE-1139 Radar Antenna (12 feet) NKE-1130 Radar Antenna (12 feet) NKE-1632 Radar Antenna (12 feet) NKE-2632/2632-H Radar Antenna (8 feet) xxvii...

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    NTG-3230 Transmitter-Receiver (30 kW) xxviii...

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    NKE-1129-7 Radar Antenna (7 feet) NKE-1129-9 Radar Antenna (9 feet) NKE-1125-6 Radar Antenna (6 feet) NKE-1125-9 Radar Antenna (9 feet) xxix...

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    NKE-2254-6HS Radar Antenna (6 feet) NKE-2103/2103-6HS Radar Antenna (6 feet) NTG-3225 Transmitter-Receiver (25 kW)

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    CWA-245 Display Unit Mount Kit CWA-246 Display Unit Mount Kit xxxi...

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    NCE-5605 Trackball Operation Unit - TOPU NCE-5625 Keyboard Operation Unit - KOPU NDC-1590 Central Control Unit - CCU NBD-913 Power Supply Unit - PSU xxxii...

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    NWZ-207 Monitor Unit(19inch) NWZ-208 Monitor Unit(26inch) NQE-3167 Power Control Unit (Option) xxxiii...

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    NQE-3141-4A Interswitch Unit - ISW(Option) NQE-3141-8A Power Control Unit (Option) NQE-1143 Junction Box - JB(Option) xxxiv...

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    Glossary Admiralty Information Overlay. AIO is a digital dataset that is designed to provide additional information to the navigation published by United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO). Automatic Identification System Analog Option Circuit(Option interface board in Junction Box) ARCS Admiralty Raster Chart Service. A raster chart published by UKHO ARPA Automatic Radar Plotting Aid AUTO SAIL...

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    relative speed, CPA or TCPA are referenced, typically the conning position of the bridge. CORREL CORRELation CPA/TCPA Distance to the Closest Point of Approach/Time to the Closest Point of Approach. Course Through Water. The direction of the ship's movement through the water Data Server Organization providing S-63 chart...

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    International Hydrographic Office International Maritime Organization Radar Interference Rejecter Inter Switch unit Junction Box KOPU Keyboard Operation Unit Local Mean Time Longitude Latitude Long Pulse Marine Equipment Directive. Request standard for standardization of marine equipment within the EU region Abbreviation of this equipment name. The formal name is Multi Function Display.

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    PROC PROCess. Radar signal processing function A type of radio wave with intra-pulse frequency modulation. It is used for solid-state pulse compression radars. Rhumb Line Range Rings Relative vector A predicted movement of a target relative to own ship’s motion Relative Motion.

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    Chart CD containing the chart data updated from Base CD. This can be used when Base CD data has been imported. USER CODE A user-specific code assigned by JRC. Required in using ARCS and S-63 charts. Universal Time, Coordinated Variable Range Marker...

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    Frequency deviation range : The range of variation of the Q0N frequency used for transmission waves of a solid-state radar. Generally, the greater the frequency deviation range, the higher the resolution in the range direction. Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department : Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department of Japan Coast Guard.

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    Ship-avoiding operation To operate the ship in order to avoid obstacles during automatic navigation, regardless of the scheduled route Sleeping AIS target A target indicating the presence and orientation of a vessel equipped with AIS Spot depth Numeric representation of depth SSR: Solid State Radar Radar that uses semiconductor elements instead of magnetron, which requires periodic replacement.

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    Contents Contents ..........................1 Overview ........................1-1 Functions ......................1-1 1.1.1 Main functions of the RADAR mode ............1-1 1.1.2 Main Functions of the ECDIS mode............1-2 Features ....................... 1-3 Components ......................1-6 Installation of Scanner Unit ..................2-1 Equipment Cable ....................2-1 2.1.1 CFQ-6912-** ....................

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    3.1.1 In case of JMR-9200Series/JAN-9201/JAN-9202 ......... 3-1 3.1.2 In case of JMR-7200 Series/JAN-7201/JAN-7202 ........3-2 Confirmation of Various Interface Boards ............3-3 Selecting the Location for Installation ............. 3-4 3.3.1 Outline Drawings of NWZ-208 26inch Monitor Unit ........3-5 3.3.2 Outline Drawings of NWZ-207 19inch Monitor Unit ........

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    Connections with Scanner and Transceiver ..........3-99 3.6.1 NKE-1125, NKE-1129, NKE-1130, NKE-1139, NKE-1632, NKE-2632 SCANNERS ......................3-100 3.6.2 NKE-2103, NKE-2254 SCANNERS ............3-101 3.6.3 Settings for RADAR I/F Circuit ..............3-102 Connection with Sensors ................3-104 3.7.1 IEC61162-1 Connections ................3-105 3.7.2 IEC61162-2 Connections ................

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    [ALL] Setting Up a Language ................4-9 [ALL] Subsystem Installation ................4-10 [ALL] Setting Up CCRP (Consistent Common Reference Point) ....4-15 [ALL] Setting Up a Serial Port ................4-17 [ALL] Setting Contacts (Contact Input/Output) ........... 4-28 [ALL] CAM Configuration and Setting ............

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    [ALL] 4.38 Verifying Storage .................. 4-114 [RADAR] 4.39 RADAR Adjustment (RADAR Screen Only) ........4-115 [ALL] 4.40 Operating Time Setup ................4-118 Option Unit ........................5-1 Installation of Interswitch Unit ................5-1 5.1.1 End processing of Interswitch cable(2695111153) ........5-1 5.1.2 Connection of equipment cable ..............

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    JMR-9225-6X ....................6-30 6.2.4 JMR-9225-6XH .................... 6-31 6.2.5 JMR-9225-9X ....................6-32 6.2.6 JMR-9225-7X3 ..................... 6-33 6.2.7 JMR-9225-9X3 ..................... 6-34 6.2.8 JMR-9230-S ....................6-35 6.2.9 JMR-9230-S3 ....................6-36 6.2.10 JMR-9272-S ....................6-37 6.2.11 JMR-9282-S ....................6-38 6.2.12 JMR-9282-SH ....................6-39 6.2.13...

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    JMR-9225-6X ....................6-58 6.3.4 JMR-9225-6XH .................... 6-59 6.3.5 JMR-9225-9X ....................6-60 6.3.6 JMR-9225-7X3 ..................... 6-61 6.3.7 JMR-9225-9X3 ..................... 6-62 6.3.8 JMR-9230-S ....................6-63 6.3.9 JMR-9230-S3 ....................6-64 6.3.10 JMR-9272-S ....................6-65 6.3.11 JMR-9282-S ....................6-66 6.3.12 JMR-9282-SH ....................6-67 6.3.13 JAN-9201 .....................

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    Interconnection Diagram of Standalone Type ..........6-84 6.4.1 JMR-9210-6X/6XH..................6-84 6.4.2 JMR-9225-6X/9X ..................6-86 6.4.3 JMR-9225-6XH .................... 6-88 6.4.4 JMR-9225-7X3/9X3 ..................6-90 6.4.5 JMR-9230-S ....................6-92 6.4.6 JMR-9230-S3 ....................6-94 6.4.7 JMR-9272-S ....................6-96 6.4.8 JMR-9282-S/SH ................... 6-98 6.4.9 JAN-9201 ....................6-100 6.4.10 JAN-9202 ....................

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    6.5.7 JMR-9272-S ....................6-136 6.5.8 JMR-9282-S/SH ..................6-138 6.5.9 JAN-9201 ....................6-140 6.5.10 JAN-9202 ....................6-142 6.5.11 JMR-7210-6X/6XH..................6-144 6.5.12 JMR-7225-6X/9X ..................6-146 6.5.13 JMR-7225-6XH ..................6-148 6.5.14 JMR-7225-7X3/9X3 ................... 6-150 6.5.15 JMR-7230-S ....................6-152 6.5.16 JMR-7230-S3 ..................... 6-154 6.5.17 JMR-7272-S ....................

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    6.9.1 System Block Diagram ................6-199 6.9.2 Mechanism ....................6-201 6.9.3 Sentences ....................6-207 6.10 Troubleshooting ....................6-213...

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    1.Overview > 1.1 Functions Overview 1.1 Functions Multi Function Display (referred to as "this equipment" or "MFD" in this manual) is navigation equipment that satisfies the following IMO performance standards. • IMO Resolution MSC192(79): Performance standards for radar equipment • IMO Resolution MSC232(82): Performance standards for electronic chart display and information sys- tems (ECDIS) •...

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    1.Overview > 1.1 Functions 1.1.2 Main Functions of the ECDIS mode • The following databases can be displayed. - S-57 Ed3.0/3.1 - S-63 - C-Map Ed3.0 Professional/Professional+ - C-Map ENC - Jeppesen PRIMAR ECDIS Service - ARCS • Own ship’s track display and planned-route display on the electronic chart •...

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    1.Overview > 1.2 Features Features This MFD has the following features: Common functions: Utilization of an icon menu Intuitive operation system based on the workflow High-resolution large screen Message reception notification function Notifies arrival of a new AIS message and so on with a sound and a badge. Utilization of a common information window Enables display of target information and simple conning information (wind direction/wind speed infor- mation, etc.) with a simple switching operation.

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    1.Overview > 1.2 Features Equipped with high performance radar signal processing ASIC BLZZARD™ of new design By eliminating unnecessary signals (clutters) from the radar video signals obtained from a wide dynamic range receiver, target detection is enhanced. Target tracking (TT) function by utilizing the latest technology By using the latest high-speed DSP and tracking algorithm, the target acquisition/tracking performance is improved, achieving stable operation for target tracking inside of clutters also.

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    1.Overview > 1.2 Features Performance monitor function This function monitors radar performance (transmission output and reception sensitivity) on the screen. Interswitch function (Option) By connecting to the interswitch unit (optional), up to 8 radars can be inter-switched with simple opera- tions.

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    1.Overview > 1.3 Components 1.3 Components A list of components and optional accessories is shown below. Components of the Display Unit Unit Type name Q'ty Remarks (JMR-92XX/JAN-92XX) NWZ-208 26inch LCD monitor monitor (JMR-72XX/JAN-72XX) NWZ-207 19inch LCD monitor Touch Panel (JMR-92XX/JAN-92XX) NWZ-208-TP Option 26inch monitor...

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    1.Overview > 1.3 Components Components of the Display Unit Unit Type name Q'ty Remarks 26inch Display Mount Kit CWA-246 For 26inch Monitor 19inch Display Mount Kit CWA-245 For 19inch Monitor Stand-alone type Display Unit Interconnection CML-901 Cables for stand-alone Frame & Cables Relay Terminal CQD-2312 For AC/DC Power distribution...

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    1.Overview > 1.3 Components Manual list Model Title Code Remarks JMR-7200/9200 Series Marine Radar Equipment Standard 7ZPNA4446*1 Instruction Manual <Basic Operation> (1/3) *English Equipment JMR-7200/9200 Series Marine Radar Equipment Standard 7ZPNA4447*1 Instruction Manual <Function> (2/3) *English Equipment JMR-7200/9200 Series Marine Radar Equipment Standard 7ZPNA4448*1 Instruction Manual <Reference>...

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    List of General Type Names Transmitter- General type name Model Radar antenna Display Ship’s mains receiver unit JMR-9230-S3 NKE-1139 NTG-3230 JMR-9230-S NKE-1130 100-115VAC 50/60Hz 1 JMR-9272-S NKE-1632 220-240VAC 50/60Hz 1 JMR-9282-S NKE-2632 *Specify between the two when ordering. JMR-9282-SH NKE-2632-H...

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    FR-9 20MT H-7AWRD0003 FR-9 30MT H-7AWRD0004 6. In JMR-9230-S3 and JMR-7230-S3, the following type name of JRC is used for the coaxial cable between the transmitter-receiver unit and the radar antenna. Coaxial cable Length Type name of JRC HF-20D 30MT...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.1 Equipment Cable Installation of Scanner Unit 2.1 Equipment Cable 2.1.1 CFQ-6912-** This is a 19-core shielded composite cable. The cable length is indicated in the asterisks ** area in the model name, and the available cable lengths are 5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, and 65 meters.

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.1 Equipment Cable Wiring to the Display Unit is shown below. Please refer to the Chapter 3 Installation of Display Unit for more information. Twisted Pair J832 TB840 CQD-2273 Radar Interface Circuit...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.1 Equipment Cable 2.1.2 2695110056 This is a 14-core shielded composite cable. This cable is used to connect a NKE-1125 type scanner, a NKE-1130 type scanner, a NKE-1632 type scanner, a NKE-2632 type scanner, a NTG-3225 type transmitter-receiver or a NTG-3230 type transmitter-receiver to the display unit.

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.1 Equipment Cable Wiring to the Display Unit is shown below. Please refer to the Chapter 3 Installation of Display Unit for more information. White Twisted Pair J832 TB838 CQD-2273 Radar Interface Circuit...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.1 Equipment Cable 2.1.3 2695111153 This is an 18-core shielded composite cable. This cable is used to connect an interswitch to the display unit. Fig 2-3 Cross-sectional drawing of 2695111153 Table 2-3 2695111153 wire Cross CQD-2273 No.

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.1 Equipment Cable Wiring to the Display Unit is shown below. Please refer to the 3 Installation of Display Unit for more information.

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.1 Equipment Cable 2.1.4 Cable end processing method Allow for sufficient cable length so that maintenance, inspection, and repair work can be easily executed. Ensure a place to store the cable. 1) CFQ-6912 Cut off the metal shell connector. CFQ-6912 Cutting position Remove about one meter of the outer skin, and then process the double braided shield according to the procedures shown below.

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.1 Equipment Cable Twist each pair of the following colored wires and clamp them to the crimp pin terminal. (V5.5 is recommended.) • RED.T/GRN.T → + terminal • WHT.T/ORN.T → + terminal • PUR.T/BRN.T → - terminal •...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.1 Equipment Cable 2) 2695110056, 2695111153 Remove about one meter of the outer skin, and then process the double braided shield according to the procedures shown below. Processing of braided shield (269511056, 2695111153) End processing of each wire (269511056, 2695111153)

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.1 Equipment Cable 2.1.5 Connection to the display-unit side terminal block The terminal blocks of the junction box are pluggable type connectors. Connection procedures are described below. 1) Use an attached lever or a flat-head screw driver, to press the control so as to open the cable inlet.

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.1 Equipment Cable In order to connect the AC power lines that are Green and Yellow wires of 2695110056 to the Junction Box, the Faston terminals are required. 1) Insert the Green or Yellow wire into the Faston terminal. 2) Crimp the wire.

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model Installation for the specified scanner model 2.2.1 NKE-2103 type scanner unit 2-12...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2-13...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2.2.2 NKE-2254-6HS type scanner unit 2-14...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2-15...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2.2.3 NKE-1125 type scanner unit 2-16...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2-17...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2.2.4 NKE-1129 type scanner unit 2-18...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2-19...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2.2.5 NKE-1130 type scanner unit 2-20...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2-21...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2.2.6 NKE-1139 type scanner unit 2-22...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2-23...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2.2.7 NKE-1632 type scanner unit 2-24...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2-25...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2.2.8 NKE-2632 type scanner unit 2-26...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.2 Installation for the specified scanner model 2-27...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.3 Installation of Transmitter Receiver Installation of Transmitter Receiver 2.3.1 NTG-3225 type transmitter receiver unit 2-28...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.3 Installation of Transmitter Receiver 2-29...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.3 Installation of Transmitter Receiver 2.3.2 NTG-3230 type transmitter receiver unit 2-30...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.3 Installation of Transmitter Receiver 2-31...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.4 PRECAUTIONS PRECAUTIONS Microwave radiation level: Keep away from a scanner when it is transmitting. The high level of microwave is radiated from the front face of the scanner specified below. The microwave exposure at close range could result in injuries (especially of the eyes).

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.4 PRECAUTIONS 2.4.1 Installation of scanner unit Precautions for transporting and storing the scanner • A scanner is a heavy load. Be very careful about handling it. • Do not allow the scanner fall on its side while it is stored or being installed. •...

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.4 PRECAUTIONS Installation procedures a. Maintain a flat level surface on which to install the scanner. • Use sufficiently thick steel material and reinforcement material for the scanner's installation surface (mount base) to reduce vibration and impact. Keep the mount base flat and smooth.

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.4 PRECAUTIONS c. Use of washer and corrosion-resistant measures • At the location where a bolt's head or nut comes in contact with the scanner chassis' legs and the mount base, insert a plain washer which fits the bolt; and, at the location where the nut comes in contact with the plain washer, insert a spring washer, and then securely tighten the nuts (Fig 2-7 Use of washer and corrosion-resistant measures).

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.4 PRECAUTIONS 2.4.2 Routing coaxial cable and flexible wave guide In the case of the three-unit system consisting of the display unit, transmitter-receiver, and the scanner, use a Coaxial cable, shown in Fig 2-9 Coaxial cable, between the transmitter-receiver and the scanner for the S-band, and use a Flexible wave guide, shown in Fig 2-10 Flexible wave guide, for the X-band.

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    2.Installation of Scanner Unit > 2.4 PRECAUTIONS 2) Preventing the connecting portion from becoming detached due to vibration • Keep the connecting portion between the coaxial cable and the flexible wave guide and the scanner's chassis, and provide supporting members, as shown in Fig 2-11 Position of S-band supporting member and Fig 2-12 Position of X-band supporting member, to prevent the connecting portion from becoming detached due to vibration.

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