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JRC JMA-1032 Instruction Manual

Jma-1030 series marine radar equipment.
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JMA-1030Series
MARINE RADAR
EQUIPMENT
INSTRUCTION
MANUAL

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    JMA-1030Series MARINE RADAR EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

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    PRECAUTIONS BEFORE OPERATION PRECAUTIONS BEFORE OPERATION ■ Cautions for high voltage High voltages from hundreds volts to tens of thousands volts are to be applied to the electronic equipment such radio and radar devices. You do not face any danger during normal operation, but sufficient cares are required for maintenance, inspection and adjustment of their internal components.

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    FIRST-AID TREATMENTS FIRST-AID TREATMENTS ■ First-aid treatments As far as the victim of electric shock is not in dangerous condition, do not move him and practice artificial respiration on him immediately. Once started, it should be continued rhythmically. Do not touch the victim confusedly as a result of the accident, but the rescuer may also get an electric shock.

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    FIRST-AID TREATMENTS When pulse is beating but breathing has stopped ■ (Mouth-to-mouth respiration) Fig. 1 Tilt the victim's head back as far as this face looks back. (A pillow may be inserted his neck. ) Push his jaw upward to open his throat wide (to spread his airway). Pinch the victim's nostrils and take a deep breath, block his mouth completely with yours and blow into his mouth strongly.

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    FIRST-AID TREATMENTS When both pulse and breathing have stopped ■ Perform the (Cardiac massage) Fig. 2 and (Mouth-to-mouth respiration) Fig. 1 When no pulse has come not to be felt, his pupils are open and no heartbeat is heard, cardiac arrest is supposed to have occurred and artificial respiration must be performed.

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    PREFACE PREFACE Thank you very much for purchasing the JRC marine radar equipment, JMA-1030 series. This equipment is a marine radar equipment designed to obtain safe operation of marine ships. This equipment consists of a scanner unit and a display unit as its main units.

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    Standard supply items are as follows. The normal installation cable length is 10m between scanner and display. Optional special length cables are prepared by JRC if request. Standard cable length is 10m. Optional special length cables are 5m, 15m, 20m 30m each.

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    BEFORE OPERATION BEFORE OPERATION PICTORIAL INDICATION ■ Various pictorial indications are included in this manual and are shown on these equipment so that you can operate them safety 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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    BEFORE OPERATION WARNING LABEL ■ Warning label is patched on the equipment visible surface. Do not try to remove, break or modify the label. viii...

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    BEFORE OPERATION RUSSIA CTP MARK ■ According to the requirements of clause 20 of Technical Regulations about safety of Maritime transport objetcs, approved by Resolution of the Russian Federation Goverment #620 dated August 12, 2010 and requirements Technical Regulation of the Russian Federation Goverment #623 dated August 12, 2010 navigation &...

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    PRECAUTINS PRECAUTIONS DANGER Never carry out internal inspection or repair work of the equipment by users. Inspection or repair work by unauthorized personnel may result in fire hazard or electric shock. For inspection and repair work of equipment components, consult with our branch office, branch shop, sales office, or our distributor in your district.

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    PRECAUTINS WARNING Never directly touch the internal components of the antenna, receiver/transceiver, or indicator. Direct contact with these high-voltage components may cause electrocution. For maintenance, inspection, or adjustment of equipment components, consult with our branch office, branch shop, sales office, or our distributor in your district. Microwave radiation level: Keep away from a scanner when it is transmitting.

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    PRECAUTINS CAUTION A malfunction may occur if the power in the ship is instantaneously interrupted during operation of the radar. In this case, the power should be turned on again. Always use the automatic tuning mode. Use the manual tuning mode only when the automatic tuning mode does not provide the best tuning state due to deterioration of magnetron for example.

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    PRECAUTINS CAUTION Target Tracking Function Test is provided to test if the target tracking function is operating normally. Thus, do not use the function except when you test the target tracking function. Note especially that, if this function is used during actual navigation, simulated targets are displayed and may become confused with other actual targets.

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    PRECAUTINS CAUTION 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. Failure to comply may result in electrocution. Make sure to take off your watch when your hand must get close to the magnetron.

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    WARNING LABEL MOUNTING POINT WARNING LABEL MOUNTING POINT NKE-1066 SCANNER UNIT View from cable inlet side.

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    WARNING LABEL MOUNTING POINT NKE-2044 SCANNER UNIT View from cable inlet side.

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    (NKE-1066) (NKE-2044) Radome diameter 450mm Radome diameter 620mm CFQ9924-5,10,15,20,30 *STANDARD LENGTH 10m OPTION: (Cable length: 5m/15m/20m/30m) JMA-1034 ADAR JMA-1032 RADAR External Navigational Signal input. NMEA 3 input ports (GPS,AIS,DEPTH) Ship’s Main Power (10.8-31.2VDC) CFQ-9900 7inch WIDE VGA COLOUR LCD DISPLAY...

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    DISPLAY APPEARANCE DISPLAY APPEARANCE DISPLAY TYPE NAME NCD-2256 TABLE TOP MOUNTING FRONT PANEL SUN COVER TOUCH PANEL USB PORT POWER/CLR PUSH SWITCH ROTARY KNOB WITH PUSH SPEAKER MOUTING BRANCKET REAR CASE xviii...

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    SCANNER APPEARANCE SCANNER APPEARANCE 1.5-FT SCANNER NKE-1066 SCANNER NKE-2044 NCD-2256 + NKE-1066 NCD-2256 + NKE-2044...

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    CONTENTS CONTENTS PREFACE..........................v CHECKING THE SUPPLIED ITEMS.................vi BEFORE OPERATION ......................vii PRECAUTIONS ........................x WARNING LABEL MOUNTING POINT ................xv EQUIPMENT APPEARANCE..................xvii CONTENTS ..........................A GLOSSARY...........................a Chapter 1 INSTALLATION....................1 1-1 OVERVIEW .................. 1 1-2 INSTALLATION OF THE DISPLAY UINT ......... 2 1-2-1 SELECTING THE INSTALLATION POSITION.............. 2 1-2-2 SELECTION OF DISPLAY MOUNTING ................

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    CONTENTS 3-2 ADJUSTS GAIN (RADAR SENSITIVITY) ........55 3-3 ADJUST SEA (CLUTTER CONTROL) ..........56 3-4 ADJUST RAIN AND SNOW CLUTTER CONTROL ......57 3-5 ADJUST BRILLIANCE OF SCREEN ..........58 Chapter 4 MEASURE THE SURROUND SHIPS ............60 4-1 MEASURE DIRECTION AND RANGE USING VRM/EBL ....60 4-1-1 ICON DISPLAY......................

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    CONTENTS 7-9-1 HEADING SIGNAL DEVICE SELECT................94 7-9-2 MANUAL HEADING INPUT..................95 7-9-3 SPEED INPUT SELECTION ..................95 7-9-4 MANUAL SPEED INPUT ....................96 7-9-5 MAGNETIC COMPASS SETUP ................96 Chapter 8 DETAIL PERFORMANCE SETTING............97 8-1 RADAR ECHO SETUP..............97 8-1-1 MAIN BANG SUPPRESSION..................

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    CONTENTS 8-8-1 SCANNER........................131 8-8-2 DISPLAY UNIT ......................133 8-8-3 CONNECTION DEVICE ....................135 8-8-4 RX DATA ........................136 Chapter 9 MAINTENANCE AND CHECK..............138 9-1 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE ............138 9-2 MAINTENANCE OF EACH UNIT ..........139 9-2-1 SCANNER NKE-1066....................139 9-2-2 SCANNER NKE-2044....................

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    CONTENTS 12-2-1 NCD-2256......................161 12-3 EQUIPMENT OUTLINE ............. 163 12-3-1 CONFIGULATION ..................... 163 12-3-2 FEATURE ........................163 12-3-3 RADAR MODEL ......................163 12-3-4 SYSTEM DIAGRAM....................164 12-4 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ............ 165 12-5 SCANNER................166 12-5-1 SCANNER (NKE-1066) SPECIFICATION ............... 166 12-5-2 SCANNER (NKE-2044) SPECIFICATION ...............

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    GLOSSARY GLOSSARY This section describes the main terms used for this equipment and general related maritime terms. Acquisition/Activation zone A zone set up by the operator in which the system should automatically acquire radar targets and activate reported AIS targets when entering the zone. Activated target A target representing the automatic or manual activation of a sleeping target for the display of additional information.

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    GLOSSARY Electronic Bearing Line An electronic bearing line originated from own ship’s position. Enhance Estimated Time of Arrival Ground stabilization A display mode in which speed and course information are referred to the ground, using ground track input data. Heading The horizontal direction that the bow of a ship is pointing at any instant, expressed in angular units from a reference direction.

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    GLOSSARY Parallel Index line Past positions Equally time-spaced past position marks of a tracked or AIS target and own ship. POSN Position Pulse Repetition Frequency The number of radar pulses transmitted each second. PROC Process Radar signal processing function Radar beacon A navigation aid which responds to the radar transmission by generating a radar signal to identify its position and identity Radar cross-section Radar cross-section of a target determines the power density returned to the...

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    GLOSSARY SART Search And Rescue Transponder Radar transponder capable of operating in the 9GHz band Sea stabilization A display mode in which speed and course information are referred to the sea. Sea state Status of the sea condition due to the weather environment, expressed as a sea state 0 for flat conditions with minimal wind, to sea state 8 for very rough sea conditions.

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    GLOSSARY Universal Time Coordinated. The international standard of time, kept by atomic clocks around the world. Variable Range Marker An adjustable range ring used to measure the distance to a target. Waypoint A geographical location on a route indicating an event. GLOSSARY-e...

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    ■ Available cable lengths and types for installing the radar JMA-1030 are as shown in the table below. Request an appropriate cable from JRC beforehand. A cable longer than the sufficient length may degrade radar performance, so give it careful consideration when planning the installation.

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1 - 2 IN S T A LL A TI O N O F T H E DI S P L A Y UI N T 1-2-1 SELECTING THE INSTALLATION POSITION Select the display unit installation position by taking into consideration the following. ■...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1-2-3 DIMENSIONAL DRAWING OF DISPLAY MOUNTING...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1-2-4 EXAMPLES OF DISPLAY MOUNTING DESK TOP INSTALLATION ■ Standard mounting base.

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION Disktop Mounting Template.

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION ■ FLUSH MOUNT Front cap Flash mount: Remove base, and take out cover of front panel Fix with the front 4corner screws to the wall.

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION Flush Mounting Template...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION CEILING INSTALLATION ■ Option: fixation tool.

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1-2-5 POWER CABLE INSTALLATION This radar includes 2m power cable, which radar side was already ended with connector. Cable assembly name: CFQ-9900 The cable’s core color is white (+), black (-) ,shield mesh + green (frame ground). Wire : AWG16 The fuse box is built into the cable (white line side).

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1-2-6 EXTERNAL NAVIGATIONAL SIGNAL CONNECTION (GPS, AIS, GYRO, LOG, etc.) Connecting cable is option Navigation system interfaces, such as GPS Telecommunications standard NMEA0183 / 61162 to 1EC1 conformity Communications protocol: 4800 bps, start 1bit, data 8bit, stop 1bit, and no parity Input sentence NMEA0183: V1,5 : GGA/ GLL/ RMC...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1 - 3 IN S T A LL A TI O N O F T H E S C AN N E R U NI T 1-3-1 SELECTING THE INSTALLATION POSITION ■ PHYSICAL SELECTION CRITERIA ■ Install the scanner at the center of the mast on the keel line. ■...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1-3-2 LOWEST SCANNER INSTALLATION HEIGHT JMA-1030 : θ= 12.5 ° 2θ= 25 ° Fig. 1-3-2 ■ If it is considered that sufficient installation height cannot be provided when the scanner is installed directly on the roof of the wheelhouse, use a mounting rack or radar mast (Fig.

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1-3-4 SCANNER AND THE SURROUNDING STRUCTURAL OBJECTS Vertical beam width of X-band: Approx. 20° (+/-10.0° when the height of the radiating section is 0°). Fig. 1-3-4 When installing two scanners, provide a height difference so that those two scanners do not enter each other's vertical beam width range.

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1-3-5 ENSURING VIEW ANGLE direction Make no blind sector Fig. 1-3-5 ■ Magnetron which has strong magnetic force is included in the scanner. Install the scanner at least 3 meters away from nautical instruments including magnetic compasses and chronometers. * If there is a concern that structural objects existing within the vertical beam width may generate false images, equip the structural objects with a radio wave absorber.

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION ■ Others ■ The design of the mounting platform for the scanner should take into account the vibration requirements defined by IEC 60945. Vibration Frequency 2 to 13.2 Hz 13.2 Hz to 100 Hz Amplitude +/-1 mm +/-10 % Acceleration 7m/s constant...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1-3-6 CONFIRM MOUNTING BASE BEFORE INSTALL NKE-1066 1.5FT SCANNER 4-φ40 RUBBER PLATE Fig 1-3-6-1 Fig 1-3-6-2...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION NKE-2044 2 FT SCANNER Fig 1-3-6-3 Fig 1-3-6-4...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION Installation and clamping method ■ Installation direction ■ Installation should be done so that the cable gland is oriented toward the stern. Bolts, nuts and tightening torque to be used ■ ■ Use stainless steel bolts for the scanner and uniformly tighten all of the bolts using double nuts for each bolt so that the scanner will not become loose (Table 1-2-1).

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1 - 4 C O N N EC TI N G TH E IN S T A L L AT IO N C AB L E Scanner type is selected from two types. 2 ft scanner (NKE-2044) ,and 1.5 ft scanner(NKE-1066). Both are the radome type, they are no affect from the wind blow.

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1-4-1 NKE-1066 SCANNER(1.5FEET) Set the cable inlet side to stern. (Any direction is possible to install and possible to initial setup. , but it is better selection to select the cable length must be minimize along the mast.) stern Ship’s heading Fig.

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION Fig. 1-4-1-3...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION coating clip Connect cable’s mesh wire as Ground. Pull and fix the cable toward the outside with coating clip. (Aboid to touch the cable to electorical parts) Fig. 1-4-1-4...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1-4-2 NKE-2044 SCANNER (2FEET) Set the cable inlet side to stern. (Any direction is possible to install and possible to initial setup. , but it is better selection to select the cable length must be minimize along the mast.) Ship’s heading stern Fig.

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION Fig. 1-4-2-3...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION...

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    Chapter 1 INSTALLATION Connect cable’s mesh wire as Ground. Clamp whole cable Fig. 1-4-2-4...

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