Furuno MFD8 Installation Manual

Navnet display software v2.01.
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Installation Guide v3.1
MFD8/12/BB software v2.01 and later
Please read this document before installing and
powering ON your NavNet Display
AND USB KEYBOARD for the MFDBB Installation! These are also helpful
with the MFD8/12 Installation.


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  • Page 1: Read Me First

    Installation Guide v3.1 MFD8/12/BB software v2.01 and later READ ME FIRST! Please read this document before installing and powering ON your NavNet Display INSTALLATION TOOLS YOU WILL NEED: An ordinary USB MOUSE AND USB KEYBOARD for the MFDBB Installation! These are also helpful with the MFD8/12 Installation.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    2.4.2. DRS Radar ... 24 2.4.3. NMEA2000-0183 Data Conversion and NMEA2000 Bridging ... 25 2.5. DRS (Radar) Connection ... 26 2.5.1. Connecting the DRS to MFD8/12 ... 27 2.5.1. Connecting the DRS to MFDBB... 29 2.6. Network ... 30 2.6.1. Introduction ... 30 2.6.2.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    2.10. MFD8/12 Video, USB and Audio Connection ... 40 2.10.1. Waterproof Connection ... 40 2.10.2. Non Waterproof connection ... 43 Configuration ... 44 3.1. Introduction ... 44 3.1.1. Which MFD should be set as Master? ... 45 3.1.2. Data Source Selection ... 45 3.1.3.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    6.1.5. Dual Screen MFDBB with DRS and FAR21X7 ... 77 6.2. Master Reset ... 78 6.2.1. MFDBB ... 78 6.2.2. MFD8/12 ... 79 6.3. Configuring AXIS IP Cameras ... 80 6.3.1. Introduction:... 80 6.3.2. Setting the IP of the computer ... 80 6.3.3.

  • Page 5

    000-167-962 000-167-963 000-167-964 000-167-965 000-167-966 Remarks Choose one. For MFD8, CP19-00901*, cables For MFD12, CP19-01001*, cables For MFD8, fuses For MFD12, fuses Panel/Bezel Removal tool *See the lists at the end of this manual. Remarks 5 m, NMEA0183, w/7 pin Female connector(DATA1) φ6, 1 m, NMEA2000, w/M-F...

  • Page 6

    For FI-50 series/NMEA2000 Terminal Strip Connections NN3D Hub with Sleep Mode Signal Compatibility For Mast-Step or LAN cable RJ4-5CN-STR extension 001-028-090 Waterproofing Kit for MFD8/12 exposed connection points 000-167-802 Use where NMEA2000-to- NMEA0183 Data conversion is required for legacy products...

  • Page 7

    Standard supply (MFDBB) Name Type Processor Unit MPU-001 Control Unit MCU-001 Display Control Unit DCU12 Installation Materials CP19-00600 CP19-00700 CP19-00800 Spare Parts SP19-00501 SP19-00601 Accessories FP19-01201 FP19-01101 Optional supply (MFDBB) Name DVI-D Cable DVI-D/D SINGLELINK DVI-D/D S-LINK Code No. 000-011-664 000-011-663 000-011-662 001-023-090...

  • Page 8

    External Buzzer OP03-136 Network Hub HUB-101 RJ45 Junction Box RJ45-to-RJ45 Straight Junction Box FI-5002 Control Unit MCU-001 Display Control DCU12 Unit Cable Assay MJ-A7SPF0007-050C MJ-A6SPF0016-005C MOD-Z072-020+ MOD-Z072-050+ MOD-Z072-100+ MOD-Z073-030+ M12-05BM+05BF-010 M12-05BM+05BF-020 M12-05BM+05BF-060 M12-05BFFM-010 M12-05BFFM-020 M12-05BFFM-060 CB-05PM+05BF-010 000-086-443 For LAN cable extension RJ4-5CN-STR 000-010-765 For NMEA 2000...

  • Page 9

    CB-05PM+05BF-020 CB-05PM+05BF-060 CB-05BFFM-010 CB-05BFFM-020 CB-05BFFM-060 NMEA connector LTWSS-050505-FMF- TS001 LTWMC-05BMMT- SL8001 LTWMC-05BFFT- SL8001 LTWNC050505FMF- TS001 LTWMN-05AMMT- SL8001 LTWMN-05AFFT- SL8001 Operator’s Manual OME-44460 NMEA 2000 IF-NMEA2K1 Interface Unit 000-167-969-10 10, 2 m, NMEA 2000 000-167-970-10 10, 6 m, NMEA 2000 000-167-971-10 10, 1 m, NMEA 2000 000-167-972-10 10, 2 m, NMEA 2000...

  • Page 10: Mounting, Mfd8/12 Mounting

    MFD8/12 Mounting MFD8 MFD12 When selecting a mounting location for the NN3D MFD8/12, keep the following in mind: • The temperature and humidity of the mounting location should be moderate and stable. • Install the unit away from exhaust pipes and ventilators.

  • Page 11: Mfd8/12 Flush Mounting

    1.1.1. MFD8/12 Flush Mounting 1. Prepare a cutout in the mounting location using the template sheet (supplied) for the MFD8 or 12. 2. Remove the front panel from the MFD by grasping it at its sides and pulling it towards you.

  • Page 12

    How to detach the front cover when flush mounted. To detach the front panel when the unit is flush mounted, use the special tool (supplied) as below. WARNING: The front cover may be damaged if this procedure is not followed! 1.

  • Page 13: Mfd 8/12 Desktop And Overhead Mounting

    4. Use your hands to detach the front panel from the lower side. 1.1.2. MFD 8/12 Desktop and Overhead Mounting Follow the procedure below to mount the MFD8 or 12 on a desktop or overhead. 1. For MFD12, attach the liner to each side of the display unit. (Reverse the MFD12 Liners for overhead mounting.)

  • Page 14: Mfdbb Processor Mounting, Mfdbb Processor Desktop Or Deck Mounting

    1.2. MFDBB Processor Mounting The unit can be mounted on the deck, a desktop or on a bulkhead. Take special note that the MFDBB IS NOT WATERPROOF. Select a mounting location considering the points below: • Select a location where temperature and humidity are moderate and stable. •...

  • Page 15: Mfdbb Processor Bulkhead Mounting, Mdbbb Keyboard Mounting

    1.2.2. MFDBB Processor Bulkhead Mounting Mark four fixing holes positions on the bulkhead. Screw in two 6x30 self-tapping screws at upper fixing positions, leaving 5 mm protruding. Set the processor unit to the screws and screw in two self-tapping screws at lower positions. Tighten all screws. 1.2.3.

  • Page 16

    How to detach the front panel when flush mounted To detach the front panel when the unit is flush mounted, use the tool (supplied) as below. Do not attempt to remove it by any other method, to prevent damage to the unit. 1.

  • Page 17

    2. Pull the tool to raise the panel slightly 3. Similarly use the tool to raise the panel at the right-side notch. 4. Insert the tool to the space at the one end of the unit, and pull it to raise the panel slightly.

  • Page 18: Wiring, Overview, Mfd8/12 Overview

    2. Wiring 2.1. Overview 2.1.1. MFD8/12 Overview...

  • Page 19: Mfdbb Overview, Power Connections, Mfd8/12, Mfdbb

    2.2. Power Connections 2.2.1. MFD8/12 The MFD8/12 can be powered directly using nominal 12V or 24V DC. Only use the power cable supplied with the unit and connect it to the Power Connector at the rear of the unit. 2.2.2. MFDBB The MCU001 - MFDBB processor unit can be powered using 12V or 24V.

  • Page 20

    To connect the power cable, remove the Power Terminal cover. Unfasten the four pan head screws and connect the power cable to the power terminal (upper: +, lower: -). Reattach the cover. Note that the recommended maximum cable length is 5 m.

  • Page 21: Data Ports (nmea0183), Overview, Data 1 Description

    In other words, data sent and received, must use the same baud rate for each individual data port. Please refer to the Appendix (p. 74) for installation example with the Furuno Pilot and Magnetic Compass PG500R...

  • Page 22: Data 2 Description

    Wiring Information Pin No. Color Shield Black Green Yellow Blue White 2.3.3. DATA 2 Description The DATA2 Port can be used to connect additional NMEA 0183 instruments. Use the included cable assembly FRUDD-18AFFM-L180 (P/N 000-164-608). This included Pig- Tail Cable has an 18-Pin connector. DATA2 also provides additional Input/Output interfacing connections (Buzzer, Event …).

  • Page 23

    Wiring Information Pin No. Color Light green Pink Purple White Gray Yellow Black/White Black Blue/White Blue Green/White Dark Green Orange/White Orange Brown/White Brown Red/White Function NET-C IN (0V) NET-S IN (+12V IN) Shield BUZZER or EVENT IN SPEED-ALARM C SPEED-ALARM H +12V [(-)NMEA3 IN] RD3-B...

  • Page 24: Nmea2000 Description And Information, Drs Radar

    CANBUS port (Terminal Strip connector). You may directly connect various Furuno NMEA2000 sensors to the DRS radar sensor without having to run a separate NMEA2000 cable up the mast. The total number of sensors that can be connected to the CANBUS DRS port without external power connection depends on power consumption.

  • Page 25: Nmea2000-0183 Data Conversion And Nmea2000 Bridging

    For example, you can connect a NMEA0183 Wind Instrument such as the Airmar PB100 to NavNet3D, and have the corresponding information output on one (or several) MFD NMEA2000 ports to feed a NMEA2000 display such as the Furuno FI50. The opposite is also true.

  • Page 26: Drs (radar) Connection

    (Ethernet). All MFD have a dedicated Power Port (48V) used to connect the Radar Power Cable. Some combinations require an additional Power Supply Unit (PSU) in order to provide enough power for the DRS. Please refer to the following table: DRS2D MFD8 MFD12 MFDBB Note: DRS25A antenna includes PSU-013 as standard supply...

  • Page 27: Connecting The Drs To Mfd8/12

    2.5.1. Connecting the DRS to MFD8/12 Standalone Installation: When the MFD8/12 and the Radar are the only Ethernet sensors, you can connect the Radar Ethernet connection directly to the back of the MFD8/12. Network Installation: As soon as multiple MFD8/12 or other Ethernet sensors (i.e. DFF1 Fish Finder, BBWX1 Sirius receiver, etc.) are used, the Radar Ethernet connection must be connected to an...

  • Page 28

    PSU Installation with the HUB101: When a PSU is used with the Furuno HUB101, connect the MFD(s) and Radar as shown below: IMPORTANT: Make sure that the Power Synchronization Dip switches are set to ON inside the HUB101 where the MFD(s) and PSU are connected. (Please refer to the paragraph “Power Synchronization”...

  • Page 29: Connecting The Drs To Mfdbb

    Note: In case of multiple MFDs, connect the MFD set as “Master” directly to the PSU. (Please refer to the paragraph “Which MFD should be set as ” p.45 for more information) Ethernet Cables that can be used to extend the Ethernet Radar Connection: 2 Meter RJ45 to RJ45 Ethernet Cable (P/N 000-167-175) 5 Meter RJ45 to RJ45 Ethernet Cable (P/N 000-167-176) 10 Meter RJ45 to RJ45 Ethernet Cable (P/N 000-167-177)

  • Page 30: Network, Introduction

    Ethernet Cables can be utilized when installing network cabling. MFD8/12 The MFD8/12 has one Waterproof Ethernet Port on the rear of the unit. It comes with standard supply of a 3 meter Ethernet Cable (FUSA P/N =000-164-809) terminated at one end with a Waterproof connector and at the other end with a regular RJ45.

  • Page 31: Power Synchronization

    2.6.2. Power Synchronization A NN3D network is a system in which all components share information (navigation data, settings, points, routes, etc) with each other. Furuno developed special Power Synchronization features to allow proper network synchronization and functionality. Sleep Mode: The MFDs have a special “sleep mode” that allows each MFD to process data while consuming low power.

  • Page 32

    Furuno HUB101, “2-Pair” Ethernet cables must be used between each MFD and the generic Ethernet Switch so that the Furuno Power Synchronization signal does not interfere with or harm the Ethernet Switch. Furuno offers a 3 meter 2 Pair Ethernet cable (FUSA P/N= 000-167-171).

  • Page 33

    Example of “2-Pair” Ethernet Cable: In addition to allow the Power Synchronization signal to pass, the Furuno HUB101 has switches that can be set to “block” this signal thus allowing connection with non- compatible Power Synchronization devices (PC, FAR-Series Radar …). Please refer to next paragraph for more information.

  • Page 34

    DFF1/DFF3: The DFF1 has DIP switches that need to be set up differently if you use a regular hub or the Furuno HUB101 (with Power Synchronization). When you set up the Dip switches for the HUB101 (all dip switches in the UP position), the DFF1 will NOT power ON until one MFD is powered on (until the Power Synchronization Signal is received).

  • Page 35: Video Inputs, Analog Video Inputs, Ip Cameras

    Cameras can be controlled from NavNet3D (Pan-Tilt–Zoom “PTZ” IP Cameras only) 2.7.1. Analog Video Inputs MFD8/12 The MFD8/12 units have 2 Analog Video inputs (PAL/NTSC) on 2 mm RCA (cinch) type connectors located on the rear of the display MFDBB...

  • Page 36

    When Power Over Ethernet (POE) AXIS IP cameras are installed (example: AXIS212PTZ) Furuno recommends utilizing a separate POE Ethernet Switch to provide power and Ethernet data to each AXIS IP Camera with a single cable. Then, utilize a non-POE port on this switch to link the IP Cameras to a HUB101 in a NN3D Network.

  • Page 37: External Monitors, Mfd8/12, Mfdbb

    Always power OFF the MFD before making any change to a connection. 2.8.1. MFD8/12 A DVI monitor can be connected to the MFD8/12 to repeat the screen at a remote location. The plug is DVI-D format and only a DVI monitor can be connected.

  • Page 38

    In this case both monitors will show the same picture information. Furuno offers the following DVI cable: 5 Meter DVI Cable (FUSA P/N= 000-149-054) 10 Meter DVI Cable (FUSA P/N= CBL-DVI-10M) Note: All the DVI cables provided by Furuno are single link DVI-D Cables...

  • Page 39: Usb And Audio Connection, Usb Ports

    USB and Audio Connection 2.9.1. USB Ports The MFD8/12 has one USB Ver. 1.0 port and the MFDBB has two USB Ver. 2.0 ports. These USB ports are used to connect a generic USB mouse and Keyboard. Virtually any "off the shelf" USB mouse (wired or RF wireless but NOT Bluetooth) will work with NavNet3D.

  • Page 40: Audio, Mfd8/12 Video, Usb And Audio Connection, Waterproof Connection

    Note: The USB port can also be used to load charts on the MFDBB (using a USB flash Drive or a SD-Card to USB adapter). Due to the USB speed limitation (USB ver. 1.0) this is not possible on the MFD8/12 2.9.2. Audio Audio In and Audio out are reserved for future Development 2.10.

  • Page 41

    1. Unfasten the four screws to remove the connector cover at the rear of the display unit. 2. Pass DVI-D, VIDEO, AUDIO and/or USB cables through the fixing plate (supplied). 3. Attach each connector to the appropriate location at the rear of the display unit. Content of Waterproofing Kit...

  • Page 42

    4. Pass cables through the slit on the boot cover. 5. Install the rubber stopper to each cable. The largest hole is for the DVI-D cable. 6. Use the four plate screws (M3x10, supplied) to fasten the fixing plate and boot cover to the display unit.

  • Page 43: Non Waterproof Connection

    2.10.2. Non Waterproof connection When you do not need waterproofing, use the cable fixing plate (supplied in standard installation materials). 1. Unfasten the four screws to detach the connector cover at the rear of the display unit. 2. Attach the cable fixing plate by using the binding screw (M3x10, supplied as the installation materials).

  • Page 44: Configuration, Introduction

    Please refer to the previous chapter (Wiring) for more information. On the MFD8/12, the initial configuration is done using the Cursor Pad (upper pad) and the Center click (which emulates a left click mouse) On the MFDBB, a generic USB mouse connected to one of the USB ports is required to perform the initial configuration.

  • Page 45: Which Mfd Should Be Set As Master, Data Source Selection, Installation Wizard Conceptual Description

    It is recommended (but not necessary) to have as many instruments as possible (NMEA0183, NMEA2000) connected directly to the Master. When MFD8/12 and MFDBB are used, the MFDBB will be more likely to be configured as the Master in a given network (primary MFD) with the Radar...

  • Page 46

    “Own Setting” Tab This Tab configures the local ports of the MFD (NMEA0183 Input/Output, NMEA2000 Output) on which the Installation Wizard is currently used. “Global” Tab This Tab contains configuration information that is global to the system and shared among MFDs. This is the section where the Data Source (Sensors) can be selected to be used as primary information.

  • Page 47: Master Setting And Initial Configuration

    3.2. Master Setting and initial configuration - Press the power switch of the MFD you want to designate as Master to power it ON. After few minutes, the Installation Wizard starts. Note: The start up time of NavNet3D will be shorter once the system is fully configured. - The system will search for sensors on the network.

  • Page 48

    Note: A “No Master Warning window” can appear to inform you than a Master is not yet configured. If this is the case, simply click on “Installation Wizard” to configure the Master. Note: If the Master Selection does NOT appear, this means that there is already a MFD set as a Master on the network.

  • Page 49: Installation Wizard Own Settings, Monitor (mfdbb Only), Nmea2000 Data Configuration

    3.3.1. Monitor (MFDBB only) On the MFDBB, you can set up the video output resolution (DVI or VGA). Leave it to Auto when you use a Furuno monitor. You can also set up the Clone or Extended mode Note: If only one monitor is connected to the MFDBB, leave the setting to “Clone”...

  • Page 50

    NMEA2000 Data PGN that will be sent through the individual MFD’s NMEA2000 port. Note that in a multi-MFD network, each MFD’s NMEA2000 backbone is separate and independent. Therefore, you may have to perform the same procedure on each MFD where external NMEA2000 displays (i.e. FI-50, etc...) or sensors are connected. Note: This setting only configures the NMEA2000 Output Data.

  • Page 51: Nmea0183

    On the “Transmitted PGNs”, you have to click on “Stop” before expanding and viewing the incoming information Click on the “Next” button to continue the configuration. 3.3.3. NMEA0183 The three “NMEA0183 Port” tabs are used to configure the Input and Output of the individual MFD’s own NMEA0183 ports.

  • Page 52

    (Version, Baud rate…) and the sentences needed to be output. You can also give a Nickname to the NMEA port (for example “Heading” or “Primary GPS”) Note: “WPT ID Format” allows you to select, if the name of the WPT or the WPT sequence number is transmitted to an Autopilot.

  • Page 53

    Name When the receiving condition is unfavorable, the GPS fix may change, even if the vessel is stopped. This change can be reduced by smoothing the raw GPS fixes. A POS. setting between 000 to 999 is available. The higher setting the more smoothed the raw...

  • Page 54: Analog Video

    ANT. Position Enter the GPS antenna positioning bow-stern and port-starboard position. ANT. Height Enter the height of the GPS antenna unit above sea surface. Choose position fixing method: 2D (three satellites in view), 2D/3D (three or four Rx Mode satellites in view whichever is greater).

  • Page 55: Installation Wizard Global Settings, Boat Parameter Settings

    PAL format. The MFD8/12 has two Analog Video inputs and the format detection (NTSC/PAL) is automatic Note: The Analog Video inputs are only available on the MFD where they are connecting to. Unlike the IP Camera, these video feeds are not available on the network 3.4.

  • Page 56: Assigning Nicknames

    When an Engine(s) with a NMEA2000 Port is connected to an MFD in the network, the Maximum Value of the RPM, Oil and Boost pressure needs to be set up in order to correctly adjust the scale of the Analog Engine Gauges. Note: Currently accepted engine data is as follows: - Engine Parameters (PGN 127488) Engine Speed...

  • Page 57: Ip Camera, Primary Data Source Selection

    new names on the left column, don’t forget to push the “Set” button (lower right) in order to validate the new names. Note: If you have not renamed the NMEA0183 ports from their own tab, this page will display the NMEA0183 Input Ports of every MFD connected to the network as “Port1”, “Port2”...

  • Page 58: Gps Mode

    Select the “Data Source” Tab. This tab allows you to select the Primary System Data Source for various data types used by the Navnet 3D Network. 3.4.5. GPS Mode The “GPS Mode” tab appears when a GP330B or WS200 (NMEA2000 sensors) are connected. This tab allow you to set up the WAAS Mode...

  • Page 59

    -If you don’t have any DRS (Radar) and Network sounder click on “Save & Exit” to finish the installation. If you have a radar or sounder, click on “Next” to continue the configuration. Example GP-320B, GP-330, SC30, Generic NMEA2000 GPS SC-30, SC-50 (@10Hz), PG-500 (@10Hz), Generic NMEA2000 Heading sensor Smart sensor (NMEA 0183 or NMEA2000),...

  • Page 60: Sounder Configuration

    If you have a TD-ID transducer, “TD-ID” will appear in the pull down menu and the settings (power and frequency) will be automatically adjusted. If you don’t have a TD-ID transducer, you can choose between “Model Number” (for Furuno Transducer only) and Manual (to manually set up the power and frequency). b) Transducer Position:...

  • Page 61

    Motion Sensor and Motion Sensor Antenna Position: If a Furuno satellite compass SC-30 or SC-50/110 is connected, set the distance between antenna unit (or sensor) of the satellite compass and transducer (high frequency and low frequency) at the “Motion Sensor Antenna Position” pull-down menus.

  • Page 62

    Port pull-down menu, and choose the temperature source, MJ (NMEA0183 connector), High-frequency or Low-frequency. IMPORTANT NOTE: The MFD8 and MFD12 cannot accept a decimal point in the frequency fields for this setting. Therefore, certain fields in this Setup Page must be typed using a multiplier of (x0.1).

  • Page 63

    FCV1150 The FCV1150 must have version 3.01 software or higher to work in a NN3D system. NavNet3D offers remote compatibility with the FCV1150. You will have to set up the FCV1150 for “NavNet Mode” from the System menu (start the FCV1150 while pressing the MENU key).

  • Page 64: Drs (radar) Configuration

    3.4.7. DRS (Radar) Configuration Up to two DRS (or one DRS and one FAR21X7) can be connected on a NavNet3D network. - Click the Antenna Height pull-down menu, and choose the height of the antenna above the waterline, under 10ft, 10ft-30ft or over 30ft. - Push the TX button and adjust the range and the gain slider to have a clear picture Recommended Settings: - Range = 1...

  • Page 65

    - While the vessel is pointed at the target, turn the RotoKey or drag the Slide Bar to bisect the target with the displayed line. - As a final test, steer towards a small buoy and confirm that the buoy shows up dead ahead on the radar when it is visually dead ahead.

  • Page 66: Mfdbb Keyboard/processor Linking

    3.5. MFDBB Keyboard/Processor Linking MFDBB Keyboards are Ethernet network devices that need to be assigned (linked) to a specific MFDBB processor unit during installation. A special “key-push” sequence is used to cycle through the “Linking Codes” for all the MFDBB processor unit(s). If only one MFDBB processor unit is on the Network: Simultaneously press and hold the Left key of the Scrolling Pad, the Right key of the Cursor pad and push the RotoKey for 5sec.

  • Page 67: Registering The System, Systemid Description, Registration Card

    To access the SystemID, press the [MENU] key on any MFD, turn the RotoKey to select the “My NavNet” page. The SystemID is the 20 digit number (beginning by “SI”) at the bottom of the page. It is highly recommended to immediately write down the SystemID on the Furuno Registration Card. 4.2.

  • Page 68: Checklist, Master, Power Synchronization Configuration

    Make sure that you use 4-pair Ethernet Cable to link all Power Synchronization compatible devices to the HUB101 or MFDBB. The Power Synchronization compatible devices are: Every NN3D MFD (MFD8, MFD12 and MFDBB) DFF1 and DFF3 DCU12 Radar PSU012 and PSU013...

  • Page 69: Heading Input

    (MCU001) does not need the power synchronization signal. DFF1/DFF3 The DFF1 has DIP switches that need to be set up differently if you use a regular hub or the Furuno HUB101 (with Power Synchronization). For the DFF1: Regular HUB (no Power Synch.) = Dip switches are “Down-Up-Up-Down”...

  • Page 70: Nmea2000 And Nmea0183 Output Sentences, Powering Sequence

    RMC...) to this port (the PB150 will try to use this position information instead of its internal GPS and an alarm will result). Again, this can be avoided by only selecting the minimum sentences required by the device connected to the port.

  • Page 71: Appendix, Example Nn3d System Configurations, Basic Plotter/fish Finder Installation

    Example NN3D System Configurations 6.1.1. Basic Plotter/Fish Finder Installation The Furuno GPS (FUSA P/N BBWGPS) is directly connected to 7-Pin Port DATA1 of the MFD. The DFF1 Fish Finder (FUSA P/N DFF1) is directly connected to the Ethernet port of the MFD using the standard supply cable (3Meter). If the Ethernet connection...

  • Page 72: Basic Plotter/radar/fish Finder Installation

    (FUSA P/N HUB101) is necessary. In this case the Radar power cable is directly connected to the back of the MFD8/12 (DRSxD (Domes) can be powered directly by any MFD. For DRSxA (Open) check compatibility). The Ethernet side of the DRS Siamese cable may be extended using a coupler (FUSA P/N= RJ4-5CN-STR) and an Ethernet cable.

  • Page 73

    Additional Furuno Network Sensors can also be plugged directly to the HUB (using a regular Ethernet cable): FA30 AIS Receiver/FA50 AIS Class B Transponder BBWX1 Sirius Satellite Weather Receiver FAX30 - Weather Fax Receiver...

  • Page 74: Dual Mfd Installation Example

    This installation is a dual MFD installation with Radar Overlay and ARPA functionality (PG500 Heading Sensor included). The Furuno GPS (FUSA P/N BBWGPS) is directly connected to 7-Pin Port DATA1 of the MFD. The Furuno Heading Compass (FUSA P/N PG500) is connected to port DATA2 of the MFD.

  • Page 75: Dual Screen Mfdbb Installation With Pilot Integration

    6.1.4. Dual Screen MFDBB Installation with Pilot Integration Navpilot 500 Series Integration with NN3D MFDs is similar to Navnet vx2 integration. One difference is that NN3D MFDs no longer have an AD10 Heading Port. However, NN3D MFDs do require high speed NMEA0183 heading information (10Hz) for ARPA functionality.

  • Page 76

    In the above example, the MFDBB is configured for Extended Mode. The two monitors show independent screen displays that can be configured independently. Only one Keyboard is used to control both monitors (the cursor will “jump” back and forth from monitor to monitor).

  • Page 77: Dual Screen Mfdbb With Drs And Far21x7

    6.1.5. Dual Screen MFDBB with DRS and FAR21X7 This installation is a simple dual radar installation (one DRS and one 21X7). Note that the SC30 is directly plugged into the CANBUS port of the DRS (it provides accurate heading and position to the system). The 21X7 processor is simply connected to the HUB 101 (with DIP switch OFF) through its Ethernet port...

  • Page 78: Master Reset, Mfdbb

    6.2. Master Reset 6.2.1. MFDBB A USB keyboard is needed to perform a Master Reset on the MFDBB Note: The USB Keyboard needs to repeat the key command when the corresponding key is held. Some keyboards (such as wireless keyboard) will not be able to reset the MFDBB 1) Disconnect any network device (only connect one MCU001 Keyboard controller) 2) If the MFDBB is on, Power it OFF by pressing the “Power”...

  • Page 79: Mfd8/12

    6.2.2. MFD8/12 1) Disconnect any network device 2) Disconnect any NMEA0183 Instruments 3) If the MFD8/12 is ON, power it OFF by pressing the “Power” key for more than 5 sec. 4) Press and Hold the [CANCEL] key 5) Start the MFD and continue to press the [CANCEL] key...

  • Page 80: Configuring Axis Ip Cameras, Introduction, Setting The Ip Of The Computer

    6.3. Configuring AXIS IP Cameras 6.3.1. Introduction: As of April 2009, the following MPEG-4 capable AXIS IP cameras are compatible with NN3D: 207 / 211 / 212PTZ / 216FD /215PTZ / 225FD / 233D In order to view and control Axis IP Cameras from an MFD in a Navnet 3D network, it is first necessary to assign the IP Address of the AXIS IP Camera.

  • Page 81

    Right Click on “Local Area Connection” and select “Properties” Select “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” and click on “Properties” Fill the IP fields as shown below. Click on OK to confirm and close the 2 windows.

  • Page 82: Set Up The Ip Address Of The Camera

    Note that the new IP can take up to 20 seconds to be recognized. A pop-up in the lower right corner should show when the IP is correctly set. Turn OFF any Firewall that could prevent data to be exchanged between NavNet and the PC. You may also have to restart your computer.

  • Page 83

    Click on “Copy to PC” The following window should appear. Just double click on “IPUtility” to launch the configuration software Note: If the Windows Firewall appears, click on “Unblock” to allow the software to configure correctly the IP Camera The AXIS IP utility will detect all the IP cameras connected on the network...

  • Page 84

    Note: If you use the same camera models in multiple locations, BE SURE to WRITE DOWN the IP Camera serial number (that can be found on the back of the camera) with the intended location to help correctly assign the IP camera’s name. In this example, we will assign a moving camera (212 PTZ) to IP Camera 1 (Deck), a non-moving camera with the SN ending with 34CB to IP Camera 2 (Engine Port) and a non-moving camera with the SN ending with 3441 to IP Camera 3 (Engine Starboard).

  • Page 85: Configure The Camera

    It can take a while before the confirmation box appears. Click the “Close” button. The first IP camera has been correctly assigned Repeat the process with the other cameras 6.3.4. Configure the camera The cameras need to be configured using an Internet Explorer. Enter the IP address of the first IP camera:...

  • Page 86

    Set the password of the IP camera to “pass” and click “OK” Important: You cannot use another password and must use the word “pass”. When you press OK, a dialog box asking for a login/password will appear. Just use “root” and “pass”. When the webpage loads, pay attention to the top of the page to authorize the installation of the ActiveX.

  • Page 87

    At this point a camera image should appear Now, click on Setup 1) In “Basic Configuration -> Users” select “Enable anonymous viewer…” and click on “Save” 2) In “Basic Configuration -> Date and Time” select “Synchronize with computer time” and click on “Save” 3) In “Live View Config ->...

  • Page 88

    5) Some IP Camera models (such as the 215 or 233) need to have the “Aspect Ratio” setting checked and the resolution set to “4CIF” to be compatible with the MFD8/12. This setting can be found under the “Video & Image” section.

  • Page 98

    MODEL FUSE(12/24V) MFD8 10/5 A MFD12 20/10 A MJ-A3SPF0017(MFD8) MJ-A3SPF0027-050ZC(MFD12) 12/24VDC 100/110/ *2 *4 DPYC-1.5 220/230VAC RECTIFIER PR-62 1φ,50/60Hz IV-8sq. OR RU-3423 GPS受信機 GPS RECEIVER GP-320B データ変換器 CB-05BFFM,1/2/6m CONVERTER アカ IF-NMEA2K1 クロ シロ または OR アオ JUNCTION BOX FI-5002 LTWDD-18AFFM,2m U-AIS TRANSPONDER アカ...

  • Page 109

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