JRC JFV-130HP Installation Manual

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COLOR ECHO SOUNDER
JFV-130HP SERIES
JFV-130HP
JFV-131HP
INSTALLATION MANUAL
H-7ZPBS6002A

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    COLOR ECHO SOUNDER JFV-130HP SERIES JFV-130HP JFV-131HP INSTALLATION MANUAL H-7ZPBS6002A...

  • Page 2: General Information

    General Information This installation manual describes the installation, maintenance and inspection proce- dures for the JFV-130HP series. Prior to the installation, users are requested to read this manual well and familiarize with its contents so that an optimum function may be derived from the JFV-130HP.

  • Page 3: Before You Begin

    Before You Begin Symbols Used In This Manual Related Symbols Marks In this manual, and on the equipment, we use several warning signs to call your attention to impor- tant to items that, if not handled correctly, could present danger to yourself or property. These warning note classifications are as described below.

  • Page 4: Usage Hints

    Usage Hints WARNING When installing this set, be sure to connect the grounding wire to the grounding terminal of the set. Otherwise, an electric shock can result when a failure or leakage occurred on the set. Do not damage, break or modify the power cord.

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    CAUTION When removing the power cord, be sure to re- move the power cord terminal correctly. Pulling the power cord can damage it resulting in a fire or an electric shock. •@ Do not bring the set in a cooled state suddenly into a warm room.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    General Information ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ Before you Begin ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥ 2 Usage Hints ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥3 1 Configuration 1.1 List of Models¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ 1.2 List of Components ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ 7 2 Installation 2.1 Mounting of Echo Sounder ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ 9 2.2 Connection Between Components ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥...

  • Page 7: List Of Models

    • • •@ ‡@•@•@•@•@•@•@•@•@ •@•@•@•@‡A ‡B •@ ‡C ‡D ‡@ Model identification 0: JFV-130HP 3kw with vertical display. 1: JFV-131HP 3kw with horizontal display. ‡A Characters used on the display panel J: Japanese E: English ‡B Selection of piezoelectric transducer...

  • Page 8: List Of Components

    1.2 List of Components Standard Components Description Model No. Quantity Remarks Echo sounder Any one of the two. Vertical JFV-130HP display Horizontal JFV-131HP display Transducer Depends on the frequency and 1 or 2 mounting method. Spares 7ZXBS0004 2 pieces of fuse.

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    2 Installation CAUTION When installing the system, make sure that the grounding cable is connected to the grounding terminal. Otherwise, an electric shock can result when failure or leakage developed on the sys- tem. Do not install the set in a place that exposes the CRT to direct sun for a long time or a place whose environmental temperature can reach 50°C or above.

  • Page 10: Mounting Of Echo Sounder

    2.1 Mounting of Echo Sounder (1) Mounting location 1. The transducer cable tends to pick up generate noise, thus the echo sounder must be installed in a location that can prevent interference between the cable and a co- axial cable on a radio equipment. 2.

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    (2) Mounting procedure 1. Loosen two main body fixing bolts situated at lower front side of the main body, then remove the mounting plate. 2. Drill four tapping screw holes (φ4 mm) in the main body mounting location. 3. Using the tapping screws attached to the main body, fix the mounting plate to the desk.

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    2.2 Connection Between Components...

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    DPYC-2.0 or above so that voltage on the connector when conducted may not go 20V or less. 4. At powering on, 8A current is conducted to the JFV-130HP for two seconds. Cur- rent capacity of a circuit breaker, if any, must be suitable for the above current.

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    (5) Transducer Cable Wiring Procedure 1. Don't try to bundle the transducer cable with other cables. When this cable is routed along with another cable, 50 cm minimum space must be provided between the them. 2. The cable on the echo sounder transducer tends to pick up or generate noise, thus it must not be bundled with the coaxial cable on the radio equipment.

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    2.4 Transducer Installation Procedure...

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    2.5 List of Transducers Equipped •@•@...

  • Page 22: Grounding Work

    2.6 Grounding Work 1. Be sure to connect the transducer cable shield to the grounding terminal of the echo sounder body. 2. For grounding of the echo sounder body, refer to the NIS-S-32 (Standard for the Grounding Cable and Its Installation on Non-Iron Boats). 0.5 thick ×...

  • Page 23: Connecting Optional Equipment

    J907 For water temperature data input 1. For water depth output. For the cursor position water depth output. (Input/output signal in the NMEA0183 format or JRC for- mat) J902 For remote controlled input (NCH-466E) J908 For S.Split display signal out- put (telefinder output) For S.Split display signal input...

  • Page 24: Connecting The Water Temperature Sensor (thermistor Type)

    2.8 Connecting the Water Temperature Sensor (Thermistor type) Connecting the optional water temperature sensor allows the JFV-130HP to display wa- ter temperature. Thermistor type water temperature sensor alone is connectable. For connecting NMEA type sensors (available from Murayama Ltd. and others), refer to Section 2.9.3.

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    (4) Setup for Display Select “9. Screen Display” from the main menu, then switch from “Upper Left Side Display” to “Lower Right Side Display” using the sub-menu “1. Water Temperature Value Display Position” (it is set to OFF when the system is delivered to you). For the operation, see page 20 in the Instruction Manual.

  • Page 26: Output Of Sea Bottom Depth, Output Of Cursor Position Water Depth

    2.9 Connecting the External Equipment In order to connect the external equipment, the JFV-130HP equips with the interface conformed to the JRC OR NMEA0183 format. Output format is determined by input format. When input signal is absent, output is generated in the NMEA0183 format.

  • Page 27: Input Of Water Temperature Data (nmea Type Sensor)

    For the operation, see page 23 in the Instruction Manual. 2.9.3 Input of Water Temperature Data (NMEA type sensor) The JFV-130HP allows to connect a water temperature sensor designed for the NMEA output format. In this case, the water temperature display position must be switched from “Upper Left”...

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    2.9.4 Connection to Squid Fishing Gear CAUTION Be sure to select “Display” for the cursor display. If you turn on the function when “Off” is selected, improper data can be generated. Bubbles or thick plankton layer in the upper surface can prevent determining state of sea bottom.

  • Page 29: Connecting The Remote Controller (nch-466e), Connecting The S.split Signal (telefinder), Output To The Telefinder

    External view of the remote controller 2.11 Connecting the S.Split Signal (Telefinder) The JFV-130HP is capable of outputting the transmission trigger or fish finding signal to an external monitor. And, accepting the external transmission trigger or the fish finding signal, the JFV-130HP can use it as the monitor.

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    Accepting external transmission trigger and reception signal, the JFV-130HP displays S.Split image. (1) Connecting procedure Connect the JFV-130HP to J908. For the detail, see Figure 2.4 in page 31. (2) Setup procedure Set up JP1 and JP2/3 considering polarity of the trigger signal and fish finding signal, respectively.

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    JP2 and JP3 setup •~•• N ot a jumper switch, •›•• A jumper switch High frequency JP2 Low frequency JP3 Polarity of sig- 1 - 2 3 - 4 5 - 6 1 - 2 3 - 4 5 - 6 +signal •~ •›...

  • Page 32: Output Of Events

    Output of Events Connecting the plotter capable of accepting external events allows you enter event marks from the JFV-130HP to the plotter as the event input. (1) Connecting procedure Connect the J908 24 (MARK SIG OUT) and 25 (MARK SIG GND) to the external event mark input on the plotter.

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    Figure 2.5 CML-478A Adjustment and Change Locations •@...

  • Page 34: Actions Required After The Installation, Actions Taken For Noise Trouble

    2.12 Actions Required After the Installation 1. After the set has been installed, turn on power for every equipment on the boat to make sure that the set may not adversely affect them, or vice versa. 2. Performance of the set can be affected by engine noise. Increase the engine revolution to the level employed in normal operations to make sure that the set is immune from the noise.

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    (2) Cable Routing Re-route the power cable and transducer cable so that they may not interfere with the cable from an affected equipment. Make sure that sufficient space is provided between these cables and the coaxial ca- ble from the radio equipment. As VSWR of the radio equipment antenna is increased, its coaxial cable tends to pick up more noise.

  • Page 36: Adjustment After Installation, Adjustment Of Frequency

    3 Adjustment After Installation 3.1 Adjustment of Frequency After making sure that the installation is complete and the wiring is acceptable, proceed to fine tuning of the frequency to place the transducer in an optimum condition. This adjustment shall be implemented at a pier. 1.

  • Page 37: Fishing Method And Corresponding Setup, Setup Changes Needed When Switched From Our Competitors

    3.2 Fishing Method and Corresponding Setup The following describes standard setting suited for each fishing method. Expressions used in the table below may vary according to the area our system is used and the given fishing method. The noise suppression is usually set to 3 or lower value. If you set the noise suppression to a higher value, weaker response may not be displayed on the screen.

  • Page 38: Frequency Change

    4 Frequency Change WARNING Do not start your operation as long as the CD201 LED is turned on. Otherwise, electric shock can result from touching the high potential block. CAUTION Both S2 must be switched at the same time. Switching a single S2 alone can damage the transmitter.

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    2. When 200 kHz is selected, the following modification is required. 200 kHz is output to the 5-pin connector (J905 A/B or A). Direct the output to the 3-in connector (J906 “B”) by the following modification. Remove P105 and P106, then insert P106 to the once P105 position and fix P105 using tiewrap so that it may not touch nearby parts.

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    4.1.2 Switching to Dual Frequency Implement changes on the following components on the CML-478A. For the entire view of the CML-478A, refer to Figure 4.1 in page 40. CD201: For indication of high potential. •@•@•@ ‚ r‚Q See the following step 3. ‚i‚o See the following steps 1 and 2.

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    Case of 7PCBS7016A Jumper Pin and S2 Positions JP211 Figure 4.1 CML-478A Jumper Pin Position Change Locations...

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    Table 4.1 Jumper Pin Setting When Switching to Single Frequency (Case of 7PCBS7016A) Code Frequency Transducer JP201 JP203 JP204 JP211 JP213 JP214 Master reset Remarks JP202 JP212 High fre- Low fre- quency quency 1-2 2-3 1-2 2-4 3-4 1-2 3-4 1-2 2-3 1-2 2-4 3-4 1-2 3-4...

  • Page 43: Case Of 7pcbs7016c, Switching To Single Frequency

    4.2 Case of 7PCBS7016C 4.2.1 Switching to Single Frequency Adjust the following components on the CML-478A. For the entire view of the CML- 478A, see Figure 4.1 in page 40. CD201: Indication for high potential. •@•@•@ ‚ r‚Q •@•@ See the following 3. ‚i‚o •@•@ See the following 1 and 2.

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    Case of 7PCBS7016C Changing the Jumper Pin and S2 Positions 4.1.2 Switching to Dual Frequency Implement changes on the following components on the CML-478A. For the entire view of the CML-478A, refer to Figure 4.1 in page 40. CD201: For indication of high potential. •@•@•@ ‚...

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    Using an oil felt pen, delete 11 and 12 characters (below example “‚j•– ”), then enter new characters to a nearby location. The following is an example of the model name change done when you switch from the single frequency CFT-220 to the dual frequency CFT-520. ‚b‚n‚k‚n‚q•@‚d‚b‚g‚n •@ ‚r‚n‚t‚m‚c‚d‚q MODEL...

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    Table 4.3 Jumper Pin Setting When Switching to Single Frequency (Case of 7PCBS7016C) Code Frequency Transducer JP201 JP203 JP204 JP211 JP213 JP214 Master reset Remarks JP202 JP212 High fre- Low fre- quency quency 1-2 2-3 1-2 2-4 3-4 1-2 3-4 1-2 2-3 1-2 2-4 3-4 1-2 3-4...

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    4.3 Implementing the Master Reset CAUTION The transducer can be damaged by an improper setting. The master reset may not be implemented for any purpose other than the frequency change. When you have selected a transducer not installed, repeat the master reset again.

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    Table 4.5. (4) Description on the backup 1. The JFV-130HP employs EEPROM for the backup. Unlike current models, it does not require a lithium battery replacement. However, since it is an electronic component, damages can occur if your turn power off while the master reset is taking place.

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    Table 4.5 List of Combinations Obtainable from the Mater Reset Master reset setting Combination of Frequency combina- Combination of pie- usable piezoelectric tion zoelectric transducer transducers 200-75 CFT-220/CFT-720 CFT-220/CFT-720 CFT-210/CFT-710 CFT-205/CFT-705 200-50 CFT-2505KD CFT-2505 CFT-220/CFT-520 CFT-220/CFT-520 CFT-210/CFT-510 200-38 CFT-220/CFT-420 CFT-220/CFT-420 CFT-210/CFT-510 200-28 CFT-220/CFT-320...

  • Page 50: Parts List And Assembly Drawing

    5 Appendix 5.1 Parts List and Assembly Drawing Table 5.1 JFV-130HP Mechanical Parts List Part No. Quan- Name Code tity Panel 130 block MPBC32415 1 Panel 130 MTV301518A 1 Key top rubber 130 MTV301514 1 Operation panel nameplate MPNM33186 4 V ring for φ6 BRPK00387 2 Slotted head φ22 control knob MPHD30150...

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    Table 5.2 JFV-131HP Mechanical Parts List Part No. Quan- Name Code tity Panel 131 block MPBC32416 1 Panel 131 MTV301519A 1 Key top rubber 131 MTV301515 1 Operation panel nameplate MPNM33187 4 V ring for φ6 BRPK00387 2 Slotted head φ22 control knob MPHD30150 2 Double knob MPHD30157 1 Panel PC block...

  • Page 54: System Setting As Delivered

    A scope No backup provided Daytime/nighttime No backup provided Daytime Daytime Daytime Daytime Preset/step Range 1 JFV-130 ¥131 Range 2 JFV-130HP ¥ 131HP Range 3 Range 4 Range 5 Range 6 Range 7 Range 8 Range 9 Range 10 Range 11...

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    Bottom lock expand Bottom lock expand range 1 range Bottom lock expand range 2 JFV-130¥131 Bottom lock expand range 3 JFV-130HP¥131HP Bottom lock expand range 4 Bottom lock expand range 5 VRM expand range VRM expand range 1 JFV-130¥131 VRM expand range 2 JFV-130HP¥131HP...

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    Table 5.3 (Continued) •@•@•@ I tem •@ System setting as delivered Description Standard CUSTOM CUSTOM CUSTOM User color See Figure 6.4.2 Water temperature dis- play Electromagnetic com- patibility Scale display position Right side Right side Right side Right side Scale division Auto Auto Auto...

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    Table 5.3 (Continued) •@•@•@ I tem •@ System setting as delivered Description Standard CUSTOM CUSTOM CUSTOM Special programmable 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 units Draft compensation Keel height compensa- tion Boat speed units Distance units Color cancel 16 colors All colors ON All colors ON All colors ON All colors ON Discrimination High OFF/ON Level...

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    Table 5.4 User Color Initial Setting Table /******* Standard/Custom 1 **********/ /*Day•@ Standard*/ /*Day 1*/ /*Day 2 */ /*Day 3*/ User color number Normal 14/Discrimination- Normal 15/Discrimination 14 Normal-/Discrimination15 /*Night Standard*/ /*Night 1*/ /*Night 2*/ /*Night 3*/ User color number Normal 14/Dicrimnation- Normal 15/Discrimination 14 Normal-/Discrimination 15...

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    Table 5.4 (Continued) /******* Custom 2 **********/ /*Day•@ Standard*/ /*Day 1*/ /*Day 2 */ /*Day 3*/ User color number Normal 14/Discrimination- Normal 15/Discrimination 14 Normal-/Discrimination15 /*Night Standard*/ /*Night 1*/ /*Night 2*/ /*Night 3*/ User color number Normal 14/Dicrimnation- Normal 15/Discrimination 14 Normal-/Discrimination 15 Note that the color changes only when the discrimination mode is selected.

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    •@•@•@ T able 5.4 (Continued) /******* Custom 3 **********/ /*Day Standard*/ /*Day 1*/ /*Day 2 */ /*Day 3*/ User color number Normal14/Discrimination- Normal 15/Discrimination 14 Normal-/Discrimination 15 /*Night Standard*/ /*Night 1*/ /*Night 2*/ /*Night 3*/ User color number Normal14/Discrimination- Normal 15/Discrimination14 Normal-/Discrimination 15 Note that the color changes only when the discrimination mode is selected.

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