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JLR-20/30
JLR-20/30
GPS COMPASS
GPS COMPASS
INSTRUCTION
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    JLR-20/30 JLR-20/30 GPS COMPASS GPS COMPASS INSTRUCTION INSTRUCTION MANUAL MANUAL...

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    Foreword Thank you for purchasing the JRC GPS Compass JLR-20/30. This unit uses signals from GPS satellites to determine the ship’s heading. ● Thoroughly read this instruction manual before operating the equipment. ● Keep this manual nearby the equipment to allow ready access to it if necessary. It may provide valuable information on how to deal with a given situation that may arise during the operation.

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    Before Commencing the Operation Symbols Several symbols are used in this manual to ensure safety and proper operation of the equipment and to avoid possible human injury or property damage. These symbols and their meanings are shown below. Please read and understand these symbols before proceeding to read this manual.

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    Precautions Upon the Operation WARNING Do not disassemble or modify the equipment. Doing so may result in fire, electric shock, or equipment failure. Do not allow the display to become wet. Doing so may result in fire, electric shock, or equipment failure. Operate the equipment only at the indicated voltage.

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    Precautions Upon the Operation CAUTION Do not use the equipment in environments other than those provided in the specifications. Doing so may result in equipment failure, malfunction, or injury. The dip switches on the unit are all set at the factory, and must not be changed.

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    CAUTION Do not bend the cables included with this equipment excessively, or twist them or subject them to other strong forces. Doing so may result in damage to the interior or exterior of the cables, and may result in fire or electrocution. Do not install the equipment in places subject to vibration or shock.

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    Appearance of the Equipment ● Standard Equipment NWZ-4700 Display Unit NNN-20 Sensor Unit NNN-30 Sensor Unit...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS FOREWORD ..................I BEFORE COMMENCING THE OPERATION........II PRECAUTIONS UPON THE OPERATION........III APPEARANCE OF THE EQUIPMENT..........VI SECTION 1 EQUIPMENT OVERVIEW.........1-1 FUNCTIONS ..................1-1 FEATURES ..................1-1 CONFIGURATION ................1-2 CONSTRUCTION ................1-3 SYSTEM DIAGRAM ................1-5 SECTION 2 INSTALLATION ............2-1 SENSOR INSTALLATION..............

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    5.2.8 Alarm History Display..............5-9 MAIN MENU..................5-11 5.3.1 Display Settings ................5-12 5.3.1.1 Adjusting the Contrast............5-13 5.3.1.2 Brightness Settings (DIMMER) ..........5-13 5.3.1.3 Click Sound Settings (CLICK SOUND) ........5-13 5.3.1.4 Display Reversing Setting (REVERSING MODE) ....5-14 5.3.2 Setting the Heading (HEADING)........... 5-15 5.3.3 GPS Configuration (GPS) .............5-17 5.3.3.1...

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    9.1.5 External Interfaces ................. 9-2 SENSOR UNIT (NNN-20/30) ............... 9-3 9.2.1 Electrical Specifications ..............9-3 9.2.2 Environment ................... 9-3 9.2.3 Dimensions and Mass ..............9-3 APPENDIX..............APPENDIX 1-1 Appendix 1 List of Geodetic Systems .......... Appendix 1-1 Appendix 2 Data Output Formats ..........Appendix 2-1 Appendix 3 Terminology ..............

  • Page 13: Section 1 Equipment Overview

    Section 1 Equipment Overview 1.1 Functions This equipment determines the heading of a ship by measuring the orientation between two antennas using the signal from GPS satellites. The equipment not only determines the heading with high accuracy anywhere in the world and in all weather conditions using the GPS satellites, but determines the position, course, and speed of the ship.

  • Page 14: Configuration

    1.3 Configuration Standard Configuration JLR-20 Name Model/Code Q’ty Notes Display Unit NWZ-4700 Power Cable CFQ-7257 2m / With fuse holder Fuse MF60NR 250V 2 2Amps. Clamp Filter TFC-23-11-14 5MBAT00002 Model Identification Plate MPNN44124 Installation Screws MPTG31659 4 tapping screws Flush Mounting Screw Kit...

  • Page 15: Construction

    1.4 Construction • NWZ-4700 Display Unit Dimensions: 267.4 x 162 x 85 mm Mass: Approximately 2.3 kg...

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    NNN-20/30 Sensor Unit NNN-20 Dimensions: φ691 x 285mm Mass: Approximately 6.2 kg NNN-30 Dimensions: φ1152 x 286 mm Mass: Approximately 9.5 kg...

  • Page 17: System Diagram

    1.5 System Diagram JLR-20 JLR-30 NNN-20 NNN-30 Sensor Unit Sensor Unit JLR-4331 DGPS Receiver CFQ-7248 Data Cable (10m) Power DC12V CFQ-7250 (for beacon receiver) Data Cable SENSOR CFQ-5374 DATA Radar Data Cable (3m) IN/OUT 1 ECDIS/GPS Plotter IEC61162/NSK x 2...

  • Page 19: Section 2 Installation

    Section 2 Installation CAUTION Please consult with JRC or an affiliate to perform installation. Installation by unauthorized personnel may result in malfunction.

  • Page 20: Sensor Installation

    SENSOR INSTALLATION CAUTION Do not bend the cables included with this equipment excessively, or twist them or subject them to other strong forces. Doing so may result in damage to the interior or exterior of the cables, and may result in fire or electrocution. Do not install the equipment in places subject to vibration or shock.

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    Attention Be careful not to damage the equipment during loading or installation. ・ ・ Do not lift the sensor by the equipment cabling. It is recommended that the sensor be installed midway on a strong pole or mast. In order to minimize vibration and improve maintainability, the sensor should not be mounted at an excessive height.

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    ● Cable Connection Procedure The unit shown in the figure is the NNN-20, which is almost identical to the NNN-30. 1. Install clamp filters (one large and one small) to the antenna side of the included cable. Roll the cable once around the large clamp filter. Also install a clamp filter (small) to the display side.

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    3. Connect the included cable to the sensor unit. Tighten the nut firmly in order to waterproof the connector (a click sounds when plugged in firmly). After connecting, apply RTV rubber on the connector for additional waterproofing. Waterproofing 3. With using the included bundling band (short), clamp the cable as shown below. Position should be between GPS1 and GPS2.

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    ● Installation Procedure The unit shown in the figure is the NNN-20, which is almost identical to the NNN-30. Provide a mounting plate as shown below, and secure the sensor unit. Use M10 hex bolts, washers, spring washers, and nuts to secure it. Tighten the bolt by 3430 N-cm of torque (350 kg-cm).

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    3. Fix the clamp filter (large) to the installation pole by using a bundling band (long). Fasten both ends of the large clamp filter. Fix it as closer to the antenna as possible. If it is impossible to fix to the pole, make holes in the mounting plate for bundling bands to go through, and fix the clamp filter to the mounting plate.

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    ● Installation Procedure for Optional Mount Base for NNN-20 1. Install the mounting base to the pole by using fixing brackets, M8 bolts, flat washers, spring washers, and nuts. Then, secure the sensor to the mounting base. Beware of the bow direction.

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    2. Fix both ends of the clamp filter (large) by using bundling bands (long) to secure the cable. Let the bands go through the holes of the mounting base. GPS1 GPS2 GPS3 Contact the pole end to Fix by bundling the mounting base.

  • Page 28: Display Unit Installation

    DISPLAY UNIT INSTALLATION WARNING Install this unit at least 1 m away from any magnetic compasses. Installation near a magnetic compass may result in interference with the magnetic compass, and may result in an accident. CAUTION Use the indicated screws when installing the display unit to a stable wooden surface.

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    ● Flush Mount Perform installation in accordance with the overview provided with the flush mount instructions. Refer to the diagram shown below for mount hole and space. Installation later, reserve the open space to make maintain possible this equipment. 180 or more Square Hole (Unit: mm) 2-11...

  • Page 30: Cable Connection

    CABLE CONNECTION ● Unit (Rear Connector) Maintenance Terminal Used to connect to a computer (RS-232C). (Shall be used by service engineer only.) DATA IN/OUT 1 DATA IN/OUT 2 CONTACT IN/OUT External Device Connection Terminal (For Contact Signal) Interfaces to optional equipment such as an external buzzer.

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    [Power Supply Connector] DC12/24V Power Supply Cable: CFQ-7257 (included) ① ② Terminal Number Name Explanation (CFQ-7252) Connect the included power supply cable. 1 (Black) DCIN - DC12/24V The voltage shall be 10.8 - 31.2 V DC. 2 (Red) DCIN + Connection Cable Appearance Cable Length: 2m +...

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    [Sensor Connector] SENSOR Data Cable: CFQ-7248 (included)) ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ⑪ ⑫ ⑬ ⑭ Terminal Number Name Explanation (CFQ-7248) Sensor 1 (Red Thick) Power to the sensor is supplied by the display unit. Power Supply 2 (Black Thick) 3 (Orange)

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    ● Beacon Connection ■ JLR-4331 (DGPS Receiver) Connection Use the option cable (CFQ-7250). JLR-4331 DPGS Receiver Power DC12V 6 Pin 14 Pin CFQ-7250 0.4m ■ Beacon Receiver Connection Modify the option cable (CFQ-7250). Power ←Output Beacon Receiver Input→ Data Common Brown Black Yellow Divide the CFQ-7250...

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    ● Cable Length ■ For cable lengths of less than 30 m Use the option cable (CFQ-7249). CFQ-7249 / 20m ■ For cable lengths of 30 m or more Use the junction box (NQE-7720). (Maximum of 50 m, composed of included cable (10 m) plus and extension cable (40 m)) Divide the included CFQ-7248 cable (10 m) NQE-7720 NQE-7720...

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    ● Subdisplay Unit Connection Use the option cable (CFQ-7249). Divide the included CFQ-7248 cable (10 m) Terminal Block 1 (Red Thick) 2 (Black Thick) Orange Yellow Green Blue Purple Grey White Black Thin 10 ( Brown 11 ( Pink 12 ( Light Blue 13 ( 14 (Light Green)

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    [Data IN/OUT 1 Connector] DATA IN/OUT 1 Data Cable: CFQ-5374 (option) ① ⑧ ② ⑨ ⑦ ⑪ ⑫ ③ ⑩ ⑥ ④ ⑤ Terminal Number Name Explanation (CFQ-5374) 1 (Brown) Unused 2 (Red) Output signal is sent from this terminal by 3 (Orange) SD-A connecting the sensor.

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    [Data IN/OUT 2 Connector] DATA IN/OUT 2 Data Cable: CFQ-5374 (option) ① ⑧ ② ⑨ ⑦ ⑪ ⑫ ③ ⑩ ⑥ ④ ⑤ Terminal Number Name Explanation (CFQ-5374) 1 (Brown) Receives the tide current data (Data IN4). RXD4 (Refer to "5.3.7 Data I/O Settings (DATA I/O)") 2 (Red) Outputs as defined by "Data OUT 1"...

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    [Contact Signal IN/OUT Connector] CONTACT IN/OUT Data Cable: CFQ-5404 (option) ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ⑪ ⑫ ⑬ ⑭ Terminal Number Name Explanation (CFQ-5404) Unused 4 (Yellow) Outputs external buzzer 1. Contact 5 (Green) Output 0 (Outputs when alarm is generated) 6 (Blue) 7 (Purple)

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    [RS232C Connector] This port is a dedicated port for updates. (For use by service technicians) Remove the two screws from the rear, remove the cover, and connect the cable. Female (S-type) Terminal Name Explanation Number Unused Transmitted data Received data Unused GND ISO Signal Ground...

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    ● GPS Repecon Connection The "NQA-4115T GPS Repecon" option can be connected for repeater (90x) drive. Use the CFQ-5374 option cable, and connect the DATA IN/OUT 1 or 2 connector to the GPS Repecon. The data output format is NSK (JRC radar format). (The display unit outputs "NMEA" data as default) Refer to the "NQA-4115T GPS Repecon"...

  • Page 41: Section 3 Names And Functions Of Each Unit

    Section 3 Names and Functions of Each Unit 3.1 NWZ-4700 DISPLAY UNIT Unit (Front) Display The operator can read the information received from the GPS compass sensor, equipment settings, and soon. Refer to " Reading the Display" for details. A: Control Panel User Key Display Key Displays satellite information and the...

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    Reading the Display The symbols and characters that appear in fixed locations on the screen are described below. Subdisplay Setting This is displayed when the display unit is configured as a subdisplay. (Refer to "5.4.5 Product Type Configuration") Time Display Time is displayed in order of hours: minutes: seconds.

  • Page 43: Nnn-20/30 Sensor Unit

    3.2 NNN-20/30 SENSOR UNIT ● Unit The diagram shows the NNN-20, but applies to the NNN-30 as well. NNN-20 GPS2 (Antenna) GPS3 Processor (Antenna) GPS1 (Antenna) Data Cable...

  • Page 45: Section 4 Display

    Section 4 Display Each screen is detailed in this section. 4.1 Display Screen Pressing the key rotates screens. The unit displays the compass screen immediately after turn on. There are varieties of Compass Screens, Navigation Screens, and Turn Rate screens, which can be cycled with the aid of keys.

  • Page 46: Compass Screen

    4.1.1 Compass Screen The ship’s heading is graphically displayed. 4 types of displays (A, B, C, and D) can be cycled between using the keys. Heading Compass Time (U: UTC, L: Local) Screen A Date COG: The course over ground is indicated by HDG: As an example, ship’s heading...

  • Page 47: Bow Heading Screen

    4.1.2 Bow Heading Screen The bow heading is displayed numerically. Bow heading (HDG) SOG: Speed over ground COG: Course over ground 4.1.3 Navigation Screen The latitude and longitude of the ship's position are displayed. Latitude and longitude displays (3 decimals or 4 decimals display) can be cycled between using the keys.

  • Page 48: Turn Rate Screen

    4.1.4 Turn Rate Screen Ship’s rate of turn is displayed. There are two types of turn rate screens (A and B), and they can be cycled between using with the aid of keys. COG: The bearing is indicated by ▲. Bow heading line Turn Rate Screen A The range can be changed.

  • Page 49: Water Speed / Ground Speed Screen

    4.1.5 Water Speed / Ground Speed Screen Ship’s longitudinal speed(bow-stern), transverse speed(port-starboard), and bearing are displayed. When the tide current calculator is not connected, the STW, CURRENT, and DEPTH values are not displayed. SOG: Speed over ground ◄ ►: Indicates port / starboard heading.

  • Page 51: Section 5 Operation

    Section 5 Operation 5.1 Menu List 5.1.1 Menu List MAIN MENU ├ DISPLAY ┬ CONTRAST 1~7~13 DIMMER MAXIMUM 1~9~10 │ ├ ┬ TYPICAL 1~6~10 │ │ ├ │ │ └ MINIMUM 1~4~10 CLICK SOUND ON/OFF │ ├ │ └ REVERSING MODE NORMAL,REVERSE1,REVERES2 │...

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    ├ VERSION INFO DISPLAY,SENSOR,GPS1,GPS2,GPS3 │ OTHERS CURRENT LAYER ALL,1~3~999 ├ - ┬ │ └ DATA No. ALL,0~1~9 │ └ LANGUAGE ENGLISH,JAPANESE MAIN MENU(M) ANT CHECK ├ │ INPUT CHECK PORT SELECTION START,STOP OFF,INPUT0,INPUT4 ├ ─ │ ├ DIAGNOSIS ┬ DISPLAY OFF,START SENSOR OFF,START...

  • Page 53: Basic Operation

    5.2 Basic Operation 5.2.1 Turning the Unit On Press the key to turn the power on, the system starts initialization. Once initialization has been completed, self-diagnosis will run when the equipment condition has been checked, the screen switches to the standard screen. Attention If the unit cannot be turned on, check the main power supply and the connection of display unit cable.

  • Page 54: Startup (error-1)

    5.2.1.2 Startup (Error-1) If any of the self-diagnosis results are "NG", the results are displayed. The unit does not switch to the standard screen unless the key is pressed. Attention If any errors (NG) are detected, perform a DIAGNOSIS (self-diagnosis) from the 5.4 Maintenance Menu, and check the details of the failed item.

  • Page 55: Startup (error-3)

    5.2.1.4 Startup (Error-3) If the following screen is displayed after the unit is turned on, press the key and simultaneously to turn off the power. Attention Contact JRC or its affiliate. _ CHECK SUM COMPARING ERROR ! _ PLEASE RE-INSTALL THE PROGRAM.

  • Page 56: Adjusting The Backlight

    5.2.3 Adjusting the Backlight The brightness of the display can be set to one of four levels. The brightness is set to medium when the unit is turned on. Each time the key is pressed, the brightness of the backlight cycles as below: Bright (MAXIMUM) →...

  • Page 57: Stopping The Alarm Buzzer

    5.2.5 Stopping the Alarm Buzzer Pressing the key silence the buzzer. The buzzer sounds when one of the following occurs. • Position measurement is interrupted • Bearing measurement is interrupted • An error occurs 5.2.6 Changing the Display Each time the key is pressed, the screen display changes.

  • Page 58: Displaying Satellite Information

    5.2.7 Displaying Satellite Information Each time the key is pressed, the screen display changes. SATINFO2: The positions of the GPS satellite(s) can be confirmed. SATINFO1: The signal levels from individual satellite can be checked. Satellite Position Satellite Number No border: unused ○: Used for position ●: Used for bearing and position...

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    5.2.8 Alarm History Display Each time the key is pressed, the screen display changes. When alarm information is updated, the *symbol appears on the status bar. New data Message number A: Alarm Alarm history display area Date, time Message Contents Old data Alarm information update symbol Memo...

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    5-10...

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    5.3 Main Menu Open the Main Menu to check or change settings. The Main Menu can be invoked by pressing the key on any screen. As delivered the language is English. To change to Japanese, Refer to “5.3.10 Language Settings (LANGUAGE)".

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    5.3.1 Display Settings Selecting DISPLAY from the "5.3 Main Menu" displays the Setup Menu. From the Setup Menu you can set the contrast, brightness levels, and change buzzer settings. Setup Menu Procedure 1. Press the keys to move the cursor and select an item. 2.

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    5.3.1.1 Adjusting the Contrast Select CONTRAST to adjust the contrast. Press the keys to adjust the contrast, and press the key to set the adjustment. The lowest contrast is 1, and the highest is 13. The default is 7. 5.3.1.2 Brightness Settings (DIMMER) The brightness can be set to bright, medium, dark, and off by pressing the key.

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    5.3.1.4 Display Reversing Setting (REVERSING MODE) Select REVERSING MODE to reverse the black and white of the display screen. Pressing the keys will rotate the settings. Press the key to confirm the selection. NORMAL: The letters are black. (Background is white) REVERSE 1: The letters are white.

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    5.3.2 Setting the Heading (HEADING) Selecting HEADING from the "5.3 Main Menu" displays the Heading Settings Screen. From this screen, the bow heading settings can be checked. HEADING Settings Screen Procedure 1. Press the keys to move the cursor and select an item. 2.

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    • HEADING CHECK SUM: Adds check sums to HDT (THS) sentences. Check sums will follow HDT(THS)sentences when ON is opted For older devices which accepts NMEA Ver1.5 sentence only, set to "OFF". Otherwise leave "ON". • HEADING OFFSET: The heading can be offset from -10º to +10º. The output heading to external devices is also offset.

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    5.3.3 GPS Configuration (GPS) Selecting GPS from the "5.3 Main Menu" displays the Settings Screen. From this screen, the parameters for the sensor can be confirmed. GPS Settings Menu Procedure 1. Press the keys to move the cursor and select an item. 2.

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    5.3.3.1 Initial Settings (INITIALIZATION) The parameters of GPS receiver can be set in INITIALIZATION. With keys select an item, and press the key. GPS Initial Settings Menu Procedure 1. Press the keys to move the cursor and select an item. 2.

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    5.3.4 SBAS Settings (SBAS) Selecting SBAS from the "5.3 Main Menu" displays the SBAS Settings Screen. From this screen, the parameters for the sensor can be confirmed. SBAS Settings Menu Procedure 1. Press the keys to move the cursor and select an item. 2.

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    5.3.5 Beacon Settings (BEACON) Selecting BEACON from the "5.3 Main Menu" displays the Beacon Settings Screen. From this screen, the parameters can be confirmed. Beacon Settings Menu Procedure 1. Press the keys to move the cursor and select an item. 2.

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    5.3.6 System Settings Selecting SYSTEM from the "5.3 Main Menu" displays the System Settings Screen. System Settings Screen Procedure 1. Press the keys to move the cursor and select an item. 2. Press the key to display the menu for the selected item. The following submenus are available.

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    5.3.7 Data I/O Settings (DATA I/O) Selecting DATA I/O from the "5.3 Main Menu" displays the DATA I/O Settings Screen. The DATA I/O Settings Screen can be used to confirm connection settings for external devices. Data I/O Settings Menu Screen display change example for NMEA selection Screen display change example for NMEA selection INTERVAL: The set sentence is...

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    The following submenus are available. • SENSOR THROUGH: Outputs through data from the sensor. Connects to equipment requiring high speed output (radar, etc.). (Select from NMEA, NSK, or AD-10) • DATA OUT1: Select from NMEA, NSK, or AD-10. • DATA OUT3: Select NMEA or NSK.

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    Selecting VERSION INFO from the "5.3 Main Menu" displays the Version Confirmation Screen. Version Confirmation Menu The following items are displayed. • JLR-20/30: Displays model. • DISPLAY: Displays display unit model and version. • SENSOR: Displays sensor model and version.

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    5.3.9 Others Settings Selecting OTHERS from the "5.3 Main Menu" displays the Others Settings Screen. Others Settings Menu Procedure 1. Press the key. 2. Press the keys to move the cursor and select an item. 3. Press the key to display the menu for the selected item. The following items are displayed.

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    5.3.10 Language Settings (LANGUAGE) Selecting LANGUAGE from the "5.3 Main Menu" displays the Language Settings screen. Language Settings Menu Procedure 1. Press the key. 2. Press the keys to move the cursor and select the language. 3. Press the key to confirm the language selection. Memo •...

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    5.4 Maintenance Menu Use the Main Menu to confirm or change function settings. Press and hold both for 3 seconds or more to display the Maintenance Main Menu. Press and hold both Maintenance Main Menu Procedure 1. While holding down the key, press and hold the key for 3 seconds or more.

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    5.4.1 Antenna Check Selecting ANT CHECK from the "5.4 Maintenance Menu" displays information about the sensor. This allows confirmation of the sensor status, and can be used to determine if the equipment is faulty. Antenna in use 3: With three antenna 2: With two antenna Antenna Check Screen The following items are displayed.

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    5.4.2 Input Check Selecting INPUT CHECK from the "5.4 Maintenance Menu" displays input data information. Received Data Display Area Input Check Screen Procedure 1. Press on the PORT SELECTION item. 2. Select the port you wish to confirm with the keys, and press to confirm.

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    5.4.3 Self-Diagnosis (DIAGNOSIS) Selecting DIAGNOSIS displays the Self-Diagnosis Screen. This screen can be used to perform self-diagnosis by the equipment. Self-Diagnosis Menu Screen Procedure 1. Use the keys to select an item for self-diagnosis. 2. Press the key, select START, and press the key again to start self-diagnosis.

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    a. Display Unit Self-Diagnosis (DISPLAY UNIT) Once each item in the self-diagnosis is completed, the results for that item is displayed. Display Unit Self-Diagnosis Screen Attention If any problems are detected, please contact JRC or an affiliate. Self-Diagnosis Items Self-Diagnosis Item Self-Diagnosis Contents Checks program memory and data memory operation.

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    b. Sensor Self-Diagnosis (SENSOR) Sensor Self-Diagnosis Screen Attention If any problems are detected, please contact JRC or an affiliate. c. Screen Self-Diagnosis (LCD) This self-diagnosis repeatedly alternates the screen from black → white → black → ... Please check if there are any dead pixels.

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    5.4.4 Demo Selecting DEMO from the "5.4 Maintenance Menu" displays the settings screen. Demo Type 1: Right turn 2: Left turn 3: Manual 4: Meandering 5 and over are disabled Demo Settings Menu Procedure 1. Press the key, and use the keys to enter a value.

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    5.4.5 Product Type Configuration Selecting PRODUCT TYPE from the "5.4 Maintenance Menu" displays the settings screen. Product Type Settings Menu The following submenus are available. DISPLAY • TYPE: If any additional display units are connected, set any units besides the primary unit to "SUB".

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    5.4.6 Master Reset (RESET) Selecting RESET from the "5.4 Maintenance Menu" displays the reset selection screen. Make notes of setting values before performing the master reset. (Write to the last pages) DISPLAY: All internal settings on the display unit are erased. SENSOR: All internal settings on the sensor are erased.

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    5.4.7 Software Update (SOFT UPDATE) Selecting SOFT UPDATE from the "5.4 Maintenance Menu" displays the software update selection screen. Software Update Menu Procedure 1. Press the key, use the keys to select the area to be written to, and press the key to confirm.

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    Section 6 Maintenance and Inspection Proper maintenance may greatly affect the lifespan of the equipment. In order to maintain the equipment in peak state, perform the following regularly. WARNING Do not perform internal inspections or modifications of the equipment. Inspection or modification by unauthorized personnel may result in fire, electric shock, or equipment failure.

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    6.2 Alarms Refer to 5.2.8 and check if any alarm is given or not. If it is, check the details referring to the list shown below. Regarding the troubleshooting, Refer to "6.3 Troubleshooting". Alarm List Message Message Contents Alarm Causes Number GPS1 Error GPS Core 1 Error (Sensor)

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    6.3 Troubleshooting 6.3.1 Troubleshooting WARNING Do not perform internal inspections or modifications of the equipment. Inspection or modification by unauthorized personnel may result in fire, electric shock, or equipment failure. Please consult with JRC or an affiliate to perform internal inspections or repair. The following is reference information concerning identification of problems.

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    6.3.2 Repair Unit Repair units and their models are shown below. Name Model Notes DISP-DPU CMJ-501C For NWZ-4700 Display Unit LCD Unit CCN-392A For NWZ-4700 Display Unit Keyboard Unit CMD-953A For NWZ-4700 Display Unit Connector Board CMH-2192C For NWZ-4700 Display Unit Processing Unit CMJ-497-U For NNN-20/30 Sensor Unit...

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    Section 7 After-Sales Service 7.1 Warranty ● Specific periods may vary based on our warranty policies, but the standard warranty period is one year from the date of purchase. 7.2 Repair Parts Stocking Period ● We keeps functional repair parts for this equipment (parts necessary for the functioning of this equipment) in stock for 10 years from the discontinuation of production.

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    Section 8 Disposal WARNING When disposing of the used lithium battery, place insulating tape over the battery terminals, or otherwise insulate the battery. Failure to do so may result in heating, explosion, or fire due to a shorted battery. 8.1 Disposal of the Equipment ●...

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    Section 9 Specifications 9.1 DISPLAY UNIT (NWZ-4700) 9.1.1 Panel (1) Display Unit: 5.7 inch FSTN LCD, 320 x 240 dots (2) Operating Keys: 12 keys (3) Backlight (LED): LCD and key lighting (4) Dimmer Levels: Bright, medium, dark, off 9.1.2 Power Supply (1) Power Supply Voltage: 12/24 VDC (+30%, -10%) (2) Power Consumption:...

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    9.1.5 External Interfaces ◇Serial Transmission Channel Specifications Notes Sensor RS422 Output NMEA / NSK / AD-10 Through RS422 Output NMEA / NSK / AD-10 RS232 Input/Output Dedicated port for updating RS422 Output NMEA / NSK RS422 Output NMEA / NSK / BEACON RS422 Input CURRENT...

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    9.2 SENSOR UNIT (NNN-20/30) 9.2.1 Electrical Specifications (1) Reception Method: Multichannel all in view (12CH + SBAS 1CH) (2) Reception Frequency: 1575.42MHz ± 1MHz (C/A code) (3) Positional Accuracy: 0.3º RMS (NNN-30) 0.5º RMS (NNN-20) (4) Tracking Rate of Turn: 45º...

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    Appendix Appendix 1 List of Geodetic Systems Screen Setting Geodetic System Display WGS-84 WGS-84 WGS-72 WGS-72 JAPAN Tokyo Datum NAD27 USA North American 1927 (USA) NAD27 CAN North American 1927 (Canada, Alaska) EUROPE 50 Europe 1950 (Europe) AUSTRA 66 Australian geodetic 1966 (Australia) OSGB-36 Ordnance Survey of Great Britain (England) NAD-83...

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    Appendix 1-2...

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    Appendix 2 Data Output Formats [1] Data Sentences Sentences are not necessarily output in the order shown. Make sure that sentences can be received in any order. The length of each sentence is variable. Make sure that sentences of any length can be received.

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    [3] Data Format ■ HDT (Heading, True) $GPHDT,xxx.x,T*hh<CR><LF> True heading 0 - 359.9 degrees Checksum ■ THS (True Bearing with Status) $GNTHS,xxx.x,x*hh<CR><LF> True bearing [deg] Status GPS based bearing calculation completed DR (operating with backup sensor) Simulation mode Data invalid Checksum ■...

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    ■ GGA (Global Positioning System Fix Data) Version 1.5 $GPGGA, hhmmss,ddmm.mmm,a,dddmm.mmm,a,x,x,xx,uxxxx,M,uxxx,M,xx,xxxx<CR><LF> 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Version 2.1 $GPGGA,hhmmss,ddmm.mmmm,a,dddmm.mmmm,a,x,xx,xx,uxxxx,M,uxxx,M,xx,xxxx*hh<CR>< LF> 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 Version 2.3 $GPGGA, hhmmss.ss,ddmm.mmmm, a, dddmm.mmmm, a, x, xx, xx, uxxxx, M, uxxx, M, xx, xxxx*hh<CR><LF> 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 UTC time (hours, minutes, seconds)

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    A : GPS positioning D : DGPS positioning N : Not positioning S : Simulation mode Checksum (Version 2.3) ■ RMC (Recommended Minimum Specific GPS/TRANSIT Data) Version 1.5 $GPRMC, hhmmss,f,ddmm.mm,a,dddmm.mm,a,xxx.x,xxx.,xxxxxx,,*hh<CR><LF> Version 2.1 $GPRMC, hhmmss,f,ddmm.mmmm,a,dddmm.mmmm,a,xxx.x,xxx.,xxxxxx,,*hh<CR><LF> Version 2.3 $GPRMC, hhmmss.ss,f,ddmm.mmmm,a,dddmm.mmmm,a,xxx.x,xxx.x,xxxxxx,,,x*hh<CR><LF> 10 11 UTC time (hours, minutes, seconds) Measured UTC [1/100 sec] (Version 2.3) Status A= Valid, V= Invalid...

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    ■ DTM (Datum Reference) Version 2.1, 2.3 only $GPDTM, ccc,,x.x,a,x.x,a,ux.x,ccc*hh<CR><LF> 1 2 3 4 5 6 Datum symbol W84 - WGS84 W72 - WGS72 IHO - datum code (Version 2.1: JRC proprietary value) IHO - datum code (Version 2.3: IHO datum code) 999 - user defined number 2, 3: 2, 3: Latitude deviation (min), N / S...

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    ■ GSV (GPS Satellites in View) Version 2.1, 2.3 only $GPGSV, x,x,xx,xx,xx,xxx,xx,xx,xx,xxx,xx,xx,xx,xxx,xx,xx,xx,xxx,xx*hh<CR><LF> 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Total number of GSV messages (1 - 3) (Version 2.1) GSV message number (1 - 3) (Version 2.1) Total number of GSV messages (1 - 4) (Version 2.3) GSV message number (1 - 4) (Version 2.3)

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    ■ MSS (Beacon Receiver Status) Version 2.1, 2.3 only $GPMSS,III,SSS,FFF.F,BBB*hh<CR><LF> Signal level Frequency Bit rate Checksum ■ GST (GPS Pseudorange Noise Statistics for RAIM) Version 2.1, 2.3 only $GPGST,hhmmss.ss,xxxx.x,xxxx.x,xxxx.x,xxx,xxxx.x,xxxx.x,xxxx.x*hh<CR><LF> Measured UTC (hr. min. sec. 1/100 sec) Range RMS[m] Error ellipse long axis standard deviation [m] Error ellipse short axis standard deviation [m] Error ellipse long axis inclination[º] Latitude error standard deviation [m]...

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    Appendix 2-8...

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    Appendix 3 Terminology Term Meaning 2D (2 dimension) Positioning with antenna elevation height in addition to satellite data. 3D (3 dimension) The three dimensional position fix, 4 or more satellites required. AD-10 Transmission method for handling bow heading data. ARPA Automatic Radar Plotting Aids, equipment for automatic collision avoidance.

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    Log Pulse Contact output signal, output in 1 pulse per nm. Expressed in units of "p/nm". mi/h Unit of ship speed. Multipath Wave Waves received from multiple directions due to reflection or refraction of an initial wave by obstacles. NMEA0183 (NMEA) Abbreviation of National Marine Electrical Association 0183.

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    MEMO MENU SETTING DISPLAY CONTRAST 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 DIMMER MAXIMUM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 TYPICAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 MINIMUM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 CLICK SOUND...

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    MENU SETTING DATA I/O SENSOR NMEA THROUGH Ver1.5 Ver2.1 Ver2.3 BIT RATE 4800 9600 19200 38400 57600 INTERVAL 100m 200m 500m SENTENCE HDT : THS : ROT : ZDA : GGA : VTG : RMC : GBS : DTM : GSA : GSV : GNS :...

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    MENU SETTING DATA I/O DATA NMEA OUT5 Ver1.5 Ver2.1 Ver2.3 BIT RATE 4800 9600 19200 38400 57600 SENTENCE HDT : THS : ROT : ZDA : GGA : VTG : RMC : GBS : DTM : GSA : GSV : GNS : MSS : GST :...

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    电子信息产品有害物资申明 日本无线株式会社 Declaration on toxic & hazardous substances or elements of Electronic Information Products Japan Radio Company Limited 有毒有害物质或元素的名称及含量 (Names & Content of toxic and hazardous substances or elements) 形式名 : JLR-20/30 名称 : GPS COMPASS (Type) (Name) 有毒有害物质或元素 (Toxic and Hazardous Substances and Elements) 部件名称...

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    For further information,contact: Not use the asbestos http://www.jrc.co.jp Marine Service Department Telephone : +81-3-3492-1305 Facsimile : +81-3-3779-1420 e-mail : tmsc@jrc.co.jp AMSTERDAM Branch Telephone : +31-20-658-0750 Facsimile : +31-20-658-0755 e-mail : service@jrcams.nl SEATTLE Branch Telephone : +1-206-654-5644 Facsimile : +1-206-654-7030 e-mail : service@jrcamerica.com CODE No.7ZPNA4026 CODE No.7ZPNA4026...

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