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  • Page 2: Foreword

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator Foreword Thank you for choosing the JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS navigator. This equipment is a high-performance navigation equipment consisting of a DGPS receiver and navigator, can retrieve the position data using the DGPS receiver to display various navigation information on the display.

  • Page 3: Before Commencing The Equipment Operation

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator Before Commencing the Equipment Operation Graphical Symbols Several graphical symbols are used in this manual to ensure safety and proper operation of the equipment and to avoid possible human injury or property damage. The symbols and their meanings are shown below. We would recommend you to carefully read the manual to obtain a thorough understanding on these symbols.

  • Page 4: Precautions Upon Equipment Operation

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Precautions Upon Equipment Operation WARNING Do not disassemble or modify the equipment. Failure to observe the instruction can cause a fire, electric shock, or equipment failure. Do not connect or disconnect the power supply cable with a wet hand. Otherwise, you may suffer from an electric shock.

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    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator CAUTION This equipment is not designed to automatically make judgments on the position data. The navigation information including the position data needs to be judged by the user himself. Do not allow the equipment to fall or immerse in water. The equipment can be damaged.

  • Page 6: Appearance Of The Equipment

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Appearance of the Equipment DGPS Receiver Navigator...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Table of Contents Foreword ..........................1 Before Commencing the Equipment Operation..............2 Precautions Upon Equipment Operation ................3 Appearance of the Equipment ..................... 5 Key Terms..........................9 1. Equipment Overview ....................11 Functions ............................11 Features ............................12 Configuration ..........................13 Construction ...........................

  • Page 8

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator 4. Operation Method ....................... 39 Basic Operations ........................... 39 4.1.1 Turning the Power ON and OFF ....................39 4.1.2 Selection of the Language ....................... 39 4.1.3 Contrast Adjustment ........................ 39 4.1.4 Backlight Adjustment ....................... 40 4.1.5 Return to the SELECT MODE Screen ..................

  • Page 9

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.5.4 Setting the Navigation Alarms ....................61 4.5.4.1 Setting the Arrival Alarm Range ..................61 4.5.4.2 Setting the Off-Course Alarm Range ................. 61 4.5.4.3 Setting the Anchor Alarm Range ..................62 4.5.4.4 Setting the Boundary Alarm Range ...................63 SAT STATUS Screen........................

  • Page 10: Key Terms

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Key Terms Term Description GPS satellites The term is an acronym that represents the Global Positioning System, which is managed by the US Department of Defense to support its navigation aid system. DGPS The term is an acronym that represents the Differential Global Positioning System, which is a system to improve the position fixing accuracy by receiving the correction data with a beacon receiver for a given GPS satellite, which is transmitted by the beacon station with a...

  • Page 11

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Arrival alarm The alarm notifies that your vessel has arrived at the preset distance from a given destination. Anchor alarm The alarm notifies that your vessel has drifted away from the destination by the preset distance. Off-course alarm The alarm notifies that your vessel has been deviated from the planned course by the preset distance.

  • Page 12: Equipment Overview, Functions

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator 1. Equipment Overview 1.1 Functions The JLR-7700 MK 2 is a DGPS navigation equipment configured by connecting the NNN-4331 DGPS re- ceiver to the NWZ-4570B navigator. The DGPS navigation equipment measures the vessel position all the time with very high accuracy using the data provided by the GPS satellites under any geographical or weather conditions and its measurement accuracy can be further enhanced by receiving compensation data from the DGPS beacon station.

  • Page 13: Features

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator 1.2 Features The equipment can be operated with ease by simply selecting the menu displayed on the screen. A large LCD ensures simultaneous display of various navigation information required, which in turn eliminates the necessity for frequently switching the display. NNN-4331 DGPS receiver for differential position fixing offers a higher accuracy position.

  • Page 14: Configuration

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 1.3 Configuration The equipment consists of the units shown in the table below. Immediately inform our local sales office or your distributor if any one of them is found missing. Unit Model Quantity Remarks Navigator NWZ-4570B DGPS connection cable CFQ-8919 5m with connector (For navigator)

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    REAR 3- 6.5 FRONT...

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    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator (2) Outline drawing of NNN-4331 DGPS receiver Mounting screw: 1INCH 14 UNS-2B Unit : mm Weight : less than 1.7Kg...

  • Page 17

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator (3) Outline drawing of NQE-7700 junction box DGPS cable CFQ-8921 Gland 10-(A) 2- 7 Gland 25-(C) 250V-MPYCYS-5 Unit : mm Weight : less than 0.7Kg...

  • Page 18

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator 1.5 General System Diagram NNN-4331 DGPS receiver Attached cable (length:15m) (Cut the cable to the required length) NQE-7700 With pole mounting kit MPBP30608 Junction box *250V-MPYCYS-5 or 250V-MPYCYS-7 (Max. 50m) NQE-7700 Junction box Log pulse or external buzzer DGPS cable CFQ-8919 5m Data cable...

  • Page 19: Unit Descriptions And Functions, Operation Panel Of The Navigator

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 2. Unit Descriptions and Functions 2.1 Operation Panel of the Navigator The following figure shows the keys provided on the operation panel of the navigator and the functions thereof. MODE EVENT GOTO CONT Fig. 2-1 Operation Panel of the Navigator...

  • Page 20

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Description Function To enter the numerical value “1” or memorize the event (for the waypoint EVENT numbers 400 to 499). To enter the numerical value “2”. To enter the numerical value “3” or to set the one destination. GOTO To enter the numerical value “4”.

  • Page 21: Rear Panel Of The Navigator

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 2.2 Rear Panel of the Navigator Fig. 2-2 Rear Panel of the Navigator Description Function DATA OUT connector This connector outputs various data (DATA 1 and DATA 2) for the plotter, auto pilot, printer, remote display and so on, in addition to the external buzzer or log pulse.

  • Page 22: Dgps Receiver

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator 2.3 DGPS Receiver Receiver Cable Aluminum base Connector Name Function Receiver To provide DGPS position fixing by receiving GPS signals form a maximum of eight satellites as well as DGPS correction data from ground beacon stations. Cable To supply DC power for the antenna and input/output a data to a navigation equipment 6 wires cable.

  • Page 23: Installation, Installation Of The Dgps Receiver, Selecting The Position For Installation

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator 3. Installation 3.1 Installation of the DGPS Receiver 3.1.1 Selecting the Position for Installation CAUTION When connecting the cable attached to the equipment, do not bend it to an acute angle, twist it, or impart excessive force because this sometimes causes cracks or damage to the coating.

  • Page 24: Installation Procedure Of The Dgps Receiver

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.1.2 Installation Procedure of the DGPS Receiver The aluminum bottom of the DGPS Receiver is designed so that it can be installed on screws, mounting conforming to 1” 14. The bottom of the receiver is provided with a slot to allow the receiver cable to be pulled out to the side.

  • Page 25: Installation Of The Dgps Receiver On The Mast

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator 3.1.3 Installation of the DGPS Receiver on the Mast The following figure shows how to install the receiver on the mast. DGPS receiver NNN-4331 Screws, mounting Fitting belt MTV302007 MPBP02520 Mast ( 26 1. Loosen the fitting belt screw 2.

  • Page 26: Installation Of The Navigator, Selection Of The Installation Location

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.2 Installation of the Navigator CAUTION Keep the equipment away from the magnetic compass by a minimum of one meter when installing it. Failure to observe this instruction can cause malfunctioning of the compass. 3.2.1 Selection of the Installation Location Pay sufficient attention to the following two points when installing the equipment.

  • Page 27

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.2.2 Installation of the Navigator WARNING Secure the bracket with the screws provided with the equipment. Failure to observe the instruction can cause injury or property damage since the equipment is likely to drop. Firstly, secure a space for the mount according to Fig. 3-1. Then, secure the mount by following the procedures shown below.

  • Page 28

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator Unit : mm Fig. 3-1 Installation Orientation and Spatial Requirements Rear Front Unit : mm Fig. 3-2 Bracket Mounting Dimensions...

  • Page 29: Installation Of The Junction Box, How To Mount The Junction Box On The Mast

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.3 Installation of the Junction Box 3.3.1 How to Mount the Junction Box on the Mast Securely mount the junction box on the mast using the pole mounting kit (See the item 3.2.2 “Pole Mounting Kit” for details.). Pole ( 26 BOLT SUS M6 50...

  • Page 30: Pole Mounting Kit, How To Mount The Junction Box On A Flat Surface

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.3.2 Pole Mounting Kit The following figure shows the items included in the pole mounting kit. Pole mounting kit MPBP30608 Unit : mm 3.3.3 How to Mount the Junction Box on a Flat Surface Securely mount the junction box on a given flat surface using the self-tapping screws and flat washers. NQE-7700 Junction box Self-tapping screws...

  • Page 31: Connection Of The Navigator, Connection Of The Power Supply Cable, Connection Of The Grounding Line

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.4 Connection of the Navigator 3.4.1 Connection of the Power Supply Cable A 1.8m long DC power supply cable is included in the equipment, which needs to be securely inserted all the way into the 12/24 VDC connector provided on the rear panel of the navigator. Pin No.

  • Page 32: Connection Of The Dgps Receiver

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.4.3 Connection of the DGPS Receiver See the description under the item 2.2 “ Rear Panel of the Navigator” for the connectors provided on the rear panel of the navigator. CAUTION Keep the excessive DGPS connection cable away from the navigator by a minimum of 30 cm after connecting it.

  • Page 33: Data Output

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.4.4 Data Output The “DATA OUT” connector provided on the rear panel of the navigator can output data for the plotter, auto- matic pilot, printer, remote display unit, fishfinder, radar and so on. The format of data to be output can be selected from the following four types. Two each peripheral units can be connected to the DATA 1 or DAT 2 output.

  • Page 34: Relay Output

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.4.5 Relay Output The relay circuit of the navigator can output either the external buzzer or log pulse. The relay circuit outputs the signals shown in the table below via the pin numbers 6 and 7 of the DATA OUT connector described under the item 3.4.4 “Data Output”.

  • Page 35: Connection Of The Junction Box

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.4.6 Connection of the Junction Box Connect the respective cables (cable from the DGPS receiver and extension cable) to the terminals provided in the junction box as shown in the following figure. Cable from the DGPS receiver Cable from the Terminal in the DGPS receiver junction box...

  • Page 36: Connection Of The Waterproof Connectors (2, 6, Or 7-pin Connector), Connection Cable (optional Unit)

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.4.7 Connection of the Waterproof Connectors (2, 6, or 7-pin Connector) (1) Strip the cable end as shown in the figure below. (2) Put the respective parts through the cable as shown in the assembly drawing. (3) Solder the cable ends to the socket contacts, and cap the socket contact with the rubber grommet by allowing it to slide on the contact body surface so that it will be securely covered.

  • Page 37: Measures For The Electromagnetic Interference, Checks Before The Connection, Checks Before The Navigation

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.5 Measures for the Electromagnetic Interference The equipment needs to be installed properly in order to ensure its successful operation even though it has been designed to satisfy the requirements stipulated by the electromagnetic compativility (EMC). Several factors that can affect the equipment performance are shown below.

  • Page 38: How To Connect The Nqa-602dc Buffer Unit (optional Unit)

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.6 How to Connect the NQA-602DC Buffer Unit (Optional Unit) NWZ-4570B To DATA OUT connector NQA-602DC Output buffer TB01 NMEA NMEA DATA1 DATA OUT DATA1 DATA COMMON DATA2 DATA2 DATA3 DATA3 GND (shield) Black (-) White (+) DC24V 3.7 Connection of the NBA-3581A AC Power Supply Unit (Optional Unit) Power supply cable, CFQ-3598B...

  • Page 39: Connection Of The Nkg-22 Printer (optional Unit), Connection Of The Nkg-22 Printer (optional Unit)

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 3.8 Connection of the NKG-22 Printer (Optional Unit) NKG-22 DATA DATA DC24V Unused + (White) 24 VDC - (Black) GND (Shield cable) To the DATA OUT connector on the NWZ-4570B Data cable, CFQ-8921 Black, Brown, Orange...

  • Page 40: Operation Method, Basic Operations, Turning The Power On And Off, Selection Of The Language

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4. Operation Method This equipment can be probated operated using on the operation panel of the navigator. 4.1 Basic Operations 4.1.1 Turning the Power ON and OFF Turning the power on Press the PWR key to turn the power on, which will display the following screen and start the self-checks automatically.

  • Page 41: Backlight Adjustment, Return To The Select Mode Screen, Screens

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.1.4 Backlight Adjustment The intensity of the backlight for the LCD and key panel can be selected among which can be changed each time when the DIM key is pressed. Note that the intensity is set to the “Low” position after turning the power on. High Caution An EL plate is used for the backlight of which service life is limited.

  • Page 42: Display And Operation List For The Nwz-4570b Navigator

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator 4.2.1 Display and Operation List for the NWZ-4570B Navigator 4.3 How to use the Navigation 4.3.2 COURSE DEVIA- Information Screens TION IND. Screen Switching the CDI meter scale range 0.1nm 0.3nm) Switching the display for the two bottom lines (CMG, VAR, and VTD display) * Setting the destination * Skipping to the destination...

  • Page 43: How To Use The Navigation Information Screens, Navigate Screen

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.3 How to use the Navigation Information Screens The navigation information screens provide you with a variety of information you require to steer the vessel. The screens consist of the following three screens. Screen Key functions NAVIGATE This screen mainly informs you on the bearing and distance to the next destination along the route and the position of your vessel.

  • Page 44: Setting A Destination

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator The following operations can be made on the NAVIGATE screen. 4.3.1.1 Setting a Destination Operate as follows in case it is necessary to set a route, from the current vessel position to a destination (#003), if no route plan has been set according to the description stated under the item 4.5.3.1 “Setting the Route Plan”.

  • Page 45

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator Route plan #001 - #005 Route plan #XXX - #XXX #002 #002 #005 #005 Leg 2 #003 #003 Leg 1 Leg 4 Leg 3 #001 #001 #004 #004 #010 In case the next destination is changed to a In case a new waypoint is set as the next destination given waypoint included in the route plan.

  • Page 46: To Change The Leg (manual Leg Change), To Skip (omit) A Destination

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.3.1.2 To Change the Leg (Manual Leg Change) Let’s assume a case that the current leg (#001 - #002) needs to be changed to the next leg (#002 - #003) provided that the route plan has been set to #001 - #005 since your vessel has entered the preset arrival alarm range.

  • Page 47: Canceling The Route, Storing The Current Position (event)

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.3.1.4 Canceling the Route Entering “X X X” for a destination can cancel the route plan. The following operations can cancel a given preset route. Note that they will also cancel the route plan. (See the item 4.5.3 “Route Plan” for details.) Note that the route plan can also be cancelled by the other methods. See the item 4.5.3.2 “Canceling the Route Plan”...

  • Page 48: Course Deviation Ind. Screen, Switching The Cdi Meter Scale

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator 4.3.2 COURSE DEVIATION IND. Screen The following operations can be made on the COURSE DEVIATION IND. screen besides those under the items 4.3.1.1 “Setting a Destination” and 4.3.1.5 “Storing the Current Position”. Destination to the bearing angle Local time Next Destination number Distance to the destination...

  • Page 49

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Terminology VTD (Speed of the destination component) VTD (An acronym of “Velocity Toward destination”) This in an index that shows how fast the boat is approaching toward the destination in the unit of knot when it is navigating at a given bearing angle and speed. VAR (Speed of the COG component) VAR (An acronym of “Velocity Along Route”) This in an index that shows how fast the vessel is approaching along the planned route in the unit of knot...

  • Page 50: Navigate Aux Screen, Magnetic Compass Correction

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.3.3 NAVIGATE AUX Screen The magnetic compass correction, display unit, and data output format can be set using the NAVIGATE AUX screen. Pressing the AUX key on the NAVIGATE screen and inputting the password can set the following items. 4.3.3.1 Magnetic Compass Correction It is convenient to display the bearing (true bearing) on the GPS navigator in the magnetic compass mode if...

  • Page 51: Setting The Display Unit, Selection Of The Data Output Format

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Memo All the bearing angles will be displayed in the magnetic compass mode if a correction value other than zero is set. The display will be in the magnetic compass mode (the symbol “m” will be shown after a given value) if the magnetic variation is automatically corrected.

  • Page 52: Plot Screen (tracked Line Screen), Plot Screen, Setting The Horizontal Scale Range

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.4 PLOT Screen (Tracked Line Screen) Waypoint mark Local time Horizontal scale range Next destination number Position storage interval Bearing to the destination (Set with the key.) Distance to the destination Number of the tracked line Current position currently stored (the tracked (flickering “+”...

  • Page 53: Erasing The Tracked Line, Setting A Destination, To Store The Current Position

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Available plot intervals Position storage interval Position storage time No tracked point data No tracked point data 30 s Every 30 seconds 150 minutes Every one minute 5 hours Every three minutes 15 hours Every five minutes 25 hours 10 m Every 10 minutes...

  • Page 54: Plot Aux Screen, Setting The Geodetic System, Entering The Correction Values For Latitude And Longitude

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.4.2 PLOT AUX Screen Pressing the AUX key on the PLOT screen and inputting the password can make the following settings. 4.4.2.1 Setting the Geodetic System CAUTION Confirm that the same geodetic system is used for both the chart and the navigator to be used before starting the navigation.

  • Page 55: Setting The Dgps Beacon

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator To erase the correction value, press the 0 , 0 , 0 , 0 , and ENT keys. Note that it is not necessary to press the N/S or E/W key if the display are correct. 4.4.2.3 Setting the DGPS BEACON The beacon reception mode for the DGPS receiver can be selected either from automatic or manual mode,...

  • Page 56: Registration The Waypoint, Waypoint Screen

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.5 Registration the Waypoint CAUTION When creating the destination by the use of the bearing and distance data in (3) below, be sure to select great circle navigation in 4.5.3.5 “Switching be- tween Great-circle and Rhumb-line”. If lhumb-line navigation is selected, it is impossible to enter the destination using the methods in (3) below.

  • Page 57

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator (2) Entering the Waypoint Name Next, enter the waypoint name. Press the key provided on the right hand side of the NAME. List of characters Highlighted character Then, a list of characters will be displayed at the lower left corner of the screen. Move the highlighted position to the desired character with the key, then, press the ENT key.

  • Page 58: Waypoint List Screen, Copying The Waypoint Data, Erasing The Waypoint Data

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Entering the bearing and distance from the current position The equipment accepts direct input of a desired waypoint position with the bearing and distance from the current position. This function can be used when it is necessary to enter the waypoint on the radar screen with the bearing and distance to the specified landmark.

  • Page 59: Route Sequence Screen, Setting The Route Plan, Canceling The Route Plan

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.5.3 ROUTE SEQUENCE Screen How to use the route plan A route plan consists of multiple legs obtained by connecting multiple waypoints. Route plan Waypoint Port (013) Fishery Port (011) Waypoint (010) Fishery (012) Waypoint For example, let’s assume a case when navigating from a port (010) to a fishery (011), to another fishery...

  • Page 60: Setting The Arrival Alarm Range, Switching Between The Automatic And Manual Leg Change

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.5.3.3 Setting the Arrival Alarm Range Operate as follows after registering the route plan. None of the following operation is necessary if the arrival alarm range has already been set under the item 4.5.4.1 “Setting the Arrival Alarm Range”. For example, operate as follows to set the alarm range to 0.10 nm.

  • Page 61: Switching Between Great-circle And Rhumb-line

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.5.3.5 Switching between Great-circle and Rhumb-line The following two types of navigation calculation methods can be adoped with the equipment, which should be selected depending on the application. Great circle Rhumb line The characteristics of the great circle and rhumb line The vessel can navigate by the shortest possible distance from the current position to the destination with the great circle.

  • Page 62: Setting The Navigation Alarms, Setting The Arrival Alarm Range, Setting The Off-course Alarm Range

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.5.4 Setting the Navigation Alarms The following four navigation alarms can be set with the equipment. Arrival alarm Off-course alarm Anchor alarm Boundary alarm 4.5.4.1 Setting the Arrival Alarm Range An alarm can be activated when the vessel has approached to the destination. Example) Operate as follows when the alarm needs to be activated at a distance of 0.10 nm from the destination.

  • Page 63: Setting The Anchor Alarm Range

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.5.4.3 Setting the Anchor Alarm Range An alarm can be activated when the vessel has drifted out of the preset destination range. Normally, the anchor alarm is set to the anchor point being as the destination and to inform the steersman that the vessel has drifted beyond a preset distance from the destination.

  • Page 64: Setting The Boundary Alarm Range

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.5.4.4 Setting the Boundary Alarm Range An alarm can be activated when the vessel has crossed the borderline for the planned course. The boundary alarm informs the steersman that the vessel has entered the preset area along a given course, which is defined with two given points.

  • Page 65: Sat Status Screen, Initial Setting Screen, Setting The Initial Data

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.6 SAT STATUS Screen Local time Demodulation completed Satellite number Azimuth angle of the satellite Elevation angle of the satellite Weather information Receiving level of the signal Estimated position Horizontal Dilution of Precision The display begins to flicker Antenna height if the value has exceeded 4.

  • Page 66: Setting The Loran Station, Search The Sky, Master Reset

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Press the key provided on the right hand side of the INIT L/L. 3 , 5 , 3 , 3 , 0 , 0 , N/S , and ENT keys. 1 , 3 , 9 , 5 , 0 , 0 , 0 , E/W , and ENT keys.

  • Page 67: Gps Aux Screen, Setting The Averaging For Position Display

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator (1) Turn off the equipment first. Then, turn it on again by simultaneously pressing the 1 and PWR keys. (2) Press the key provided on the right hand side of the MASTER RESET and ENT key to perform the master reset function.

  • Page 68: Setting The Hdop Level

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.6.2.2 Setting the HDOP Level HDOP level The term HDOP is an acronym of “Horizontal Dilution Of Precision”, which represents the positioning accuracy on the horizontal plane for the signals being received from the GPS satellites. In other words, the value is determined by the satellite layout, which will be one (1) under the ideal condition.

  • Page 69: Setting The Antenna Mode, Weather Information

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.6.2.3 Setting the Antenna Mode Position fixing mode Display on the screen Description Automatic 3D/ AUTO The equipment offers the following two position fixing modes, 2D selection which can be selected on an as required basis. The position fixing mode will be automatically selected either from the vise versa depending on the GPS satellite conditions if the equipment is set to the automatic mode.

  • Page 70: Special Functions, Loran Time Difference Display, Setting The Loran A Station

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 4.7 Special Functions 4.7.1 Loran Time Difference Display Caution Set the geodetic system to WGS-72 for the Loran C, and to Japan for the Loran A (See the item 4.4.2.1 “Setting the Geodetic System”) if the Loran time difference display function is to be used. The displayed time difference tends to become erratic if other geodetic system is selected.

  • Page 71: Setting The Loran C Station

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator (2) Correction for the Loran A time difference The time difference for the Loran A can be corrected. Press the key provided on the right hand side of the TD CORR to enter a correction value. Example) Operate as described below in case it is necessary to correct the TD1 by +0.5 s and TD2 by...

  • Page 72

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator (3) Correction to the Loran C time difference The Loran C time difference to be displayed can be corrected. Press the key provided on the right hand side of the TD CORR, then, enter the correction value. Example) In case it is necessary to correct the TD1 by +0.5 s and TD2 by -1.1...

  • Page 73: Maintenance And Inspection

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator 5. Maintenance and Inspection WARNING No attempt shall be made by the user to inspect or repair the equipment. Inspections or repairs carried out by unauthorized personnel can cause a fire or electric shock. Consult our local sales office or your distributor nearby your location for any inspection or repair that requires the equipment disassembly.

  • Page 74: Measures For The Operating Environment

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 6. Measures for the Operating Environment Do not install the equipment in any one of the following environments. Failure to observe the instruction can cause equipment failure or reduced service life. Locations that are subject to direct sunlight Failure to observe the instruction can cause erratic contrast of the screen display.

  • Page 75: After-the-sale Services

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator 7. After-the-sale Services When asking for service When you think the equipment is not operating properly, consult our local sales office or your distributor nearby. Repairs during the warranty period Should a malfunction or failure occur when the equipment is operated according to the descriptions and instructions contained herein, it will be repaired free of charge.

  • Page 76: Disposal, Disposal Of The Equipment, Disposal Of The Used Battery

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator 8. Disposal WARNING Insulate the used lithium battery, such as placing a piece of insulation tape both on the anode and cathode terminals of the battery before disposing of it. Failure to observe the instruction can cause a fire, explosion, or other hazards due to shorted battery.

  • Page 77

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator How to remove the lithium battery (In the case of the NWZ-4570B navigator) (1) Remove the six screws provided on the rear panel of the navigator to disassemble it. (2) Cut the terminal wires connected to the lithium battery at the position shown in the figure below with a nipper or equivalent.

  • Page 78: Specifications

    JLR-7700 MK 2 GPS Navigator 9. Specifications (1) General functions Type of display : 5-inch STN LCD, 160 x 128 dots Backliting : EL for LCD and lamps for keyboard Dimmer control : High, low, or off (To be selected with a keyboard) Waypoint memories : 499 points maximum (including the event memory for the point No.

  • Page 79

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator (3) Beacon receiving Receiving frequency : 283.5KHz to 325KHz Frequency step : 500Hz Selection of beacon station : Automatic or manual Demoduration : Minimum shift keying (MSK) RF bit rate : 50/100/200bps (4) Environmental Operating temperature range : DGPS Receiver -25 to 55 Navigator...

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    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Attachments...

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    190 2 174 2 DC power supply Signal output Signal output Signal input Signal output...

  • Page 82

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator (2) Outline drawing for the NBA-3581A AC power supply unit Unit : mm Weight : Less than 1.5kg The 24 VDC IN terminal is provided for the backup purpose in case of the AC power failure. The cable needs to be connected with the crimp terminals.

  • Page 83

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator (3) NKG-22 printer specifications Key specifications Printout method : Serial dot matrix impact Printing speed : Approx. 1.2 lines per second Ink ribbon : SF-01B, JRC code 5ZPDH0002 Recording paper : 69 x 60 (approx. 30 meters long), JRC code 5ZPDH00001 Operating temperature range : 0 to +50 Power supply...

  • Page 84

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator (4) Extension cable As the extension cable for the DGPS receiver, the following model of cable is recommended as standard equipment in order to assure the waterproof structure of the junction box. Extension calbe Model : 250V-MPYCYS-5 Outer diameter: 16.8 0.7mm CAUTION...

  • Page 85: Attachment 2-a List Of Messages

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Attachment 2 Attachment 2-A List of Messages Error message Message Description RAM NG The display RAM (an IC to store data) has failed. Contact our local sales office or your distributor. ROM NG The display ROM (an IC to store the operating program for the equipment) has failed. Contact our local sales office or your distributor.

  • Page 86

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Navigation message Message Description This indication is given during the position fixing in the differential GPS mode. This indication is given during the 3D GPS position fixing mode. (The indication is displayed only on the SAT STATUS screen.) This indication is given during the 2D GPS position fixing mode.

  • Page 87: Attachment 2-b List Of Geodetic Systems

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Attachment 2-B List of Geodetic Systems Geodetic systems that are displayed by the respective names (Nos. 1 to 9) Table 1 Names displayed on the screen Geodetic systems WGS-84 WGS-84 WGS-72 WGS-72 JAPAN Japanese geodetic system NAD27 USA North American 1927 (USA) NAD27 CAN...

  • Page 88

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Geodetic systems that are displayed in numbers Table 2 Names displayed on the screen Geodetic systems Adindan (Ethiopia and Sudan) ARC 1950 (Botswana) Australian Geodetic 1984 (Australia) Bermuda 1957 (Bermuda islands) Bogota Observatory (Columbia) Compo Inchauspe (Argentina) Chatham 1971 (Chatham islands) Chua Astro (Paraguay) Corrego Alegre (Brazil)

  • Page 89: Attachment 2-c Nmea0183 Output Sentence Data Format

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Attachment 2-C NMEA0183 Output Sentence Data Format Caution 1. The sentences may not always be output in the order stated below. Therefore, it is necessary to adopt a method that can ensure its positive retrieval regardless of its order if it is to be received. 2.

  • Page 90

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator RMB sentence $GPRMB,A,x.xx,a,cccc,cccc,llll.ll,a,yyyyy.yy,a,xxx.xx,xxx,uxx.x,A*hh<CR><LF> 1 2 3 4 9 10 12 1314 Status, A = Valid, V = Invalid Cross-track error (NM) Direction to steer, L = Left, R = Right Origin waypoint ID Destination waypoint ID 6 and 7 Latitude of the destination, N/S 8 and 9...

  • Page 91

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator GGA sentence $GPGGA,hhmmss,llll.lll,a,yyyyy.yyy,a,x,x,xxx,uxxxx,M,uxxx,M,xx,xxxx<CR><LF> 5 6 7 8 10 11 1213 14 UTC time (hour, minute, and second) 2 and 3 Latitude (degree and minute), N/S 4 and 5 Longitude (degree and minute), E/W GPS quality indicator, 0 = Fix is not available, 1 = Fix with GPS mode, 2 = Fix with DGPS mode Number of satellites in use Horizontal dilution of precision (HDOP)

  • Page 92

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator <Version 2.1> RMC sentence $GPRMC,hhmmss,A,llll.lll,a,yyyyy.yyy,a,xx.x,xxx.,ddmmyy,xx.,a*hh<CR><LF> 10 1112 UTC time (hour, minute, and second) Status, A = Valid, V = Invalid 3 and 4 Latitude (degree and minute), N/S 5 and 6 Longitude (degree and minute), E/W Speed (knot) True course (degree) UTC (day, month, and year)

  • Page 93

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator BWC sentence $GPBWC,hhmmss,llll.lll,a,yyyyy.yyy,a,xxx,T,xxx,M,xxx.xx,N,cccc*hh<CR><LF> 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 UTC time (hour, minute, and second) 2 and 3 Latitude of the destination, N/S 4 and 5 Longitude of the destination, E/W 6 and 7 True bearing to the destination (degree) 8 and 9 Magnetic bearing to the destination (degree)

  • Page 94

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator VTG sentence $GPVTG,xxx,T,xxx,M,xx.x,N,xx.x,K*hh<CR><LF> 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 and 2 True course (degree) 3 and 4 Magnetic course (degree) 5 and 6 Speed (knot), the unit is fixed to N (knot) 7 and 8 Speed (km/h), the unit is fixed to K (km) Checksum...

  • Page 95: Attachment 2-d Table Of Waypoints

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Attachment 2-D Table of Waypoints Waypoint No. Waypoint name Remarks...

  • Page 96

    JLR-7700 MK GPS Navigator Waypoint No. Waypoint name Remarks...

  • Page 97

    U.S.A..U.S.A U.S.A Overseas Branch Offices Overseas Branch Offices Overseas Branch Offices Overseas Branch Offices Japan Radio Co.,Ltd./Seattle Branch 1011 SW Klickitat Way Bldg.B, Suite 100 Seattle, WA 98134 U. S. A. Phone:+1-206-654-5644 Fax  :+1-206-654-7030 ● U.S.A U.S.A...

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