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OPERATOR'S MANUAL
FS-1575
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FS-5075
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    OPERATOR'S MANUAL SSB RADIOTELEPHONE FS-1575 FS-2575 FS-5075 MODEL www.furuno.com...

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    Nishinomiya, 662-8580, JAPAN A : JUL 2011 Printed in Japan All rights reserved. B1 : APR . 17, 2012 Pub. No. OME-56770-B1 *00017516511* *00017516511* (YOTA ) FS-1575/2575/5075 *00017516511* *00017516511* * 0 0 0 1 7 5 1 6 5 1 1 *...

  • Page 3: Important Notices

    How to discard a used battery Some FURUNO products have a battery(ies). To see if your product has a battery, see the chapter on Maintenance. Follow the instructions below if a battery is used. Tape the + and - terminals of battery before disposal to prevent fire, heat generation caused by short circuit.

  • Page 4: Safety Instructions

    Immediately turn off the power at warm or is emitting odd noises. Contact the switchboard if water leaks into a FURUNO dealer or agent for advice. the equipment or something is dropped into the equipment. Make sure no rain or water splash leaks into the equipment.

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    Injury can result if the LCD breaks. WARNING LABELS Warning labels are attached to the equipment. Do not remove any label. If a label is missing or damaged, contact a FURUNO agent or dealer about replacement. Name: Warning Label 1 Name: Warning Label...

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    DISTRESS ALERT How to send distress alert Below is the procedure for transmitting a distress alert via radiotelephone. Transmit the distress alert when a life-endangering situation occurs on your vessel. 1. Open the DISTRESS key cover then press the DISTRESS key for four seconds. The following screen appears.

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    DISTRESS ALERT How to cancel distress alert You can cancel the distress alert while it is being sent or while waiting for its acknowledgement as follows. 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [CANCEL] in the user options area then push the knob. TX 8291 .

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    DISTRESS ALERT 4. Rotate the ENTER knob to select a frequency then push the knob. The following message appears on the screen. 5. Communicate with all ships via radiotelephone referring to the message at step 4. 6. Push the ENTER knob. The screen for the selection of frequency appears again. The frequen- cy marked by asterisk shows that the call cancellation by voice was completed for that fre- quency.

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD........................xii SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS..................xiv OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW .................1-1 1.1 Controls ........................1-1 1.2 How to Turn On/Off the Power ...................1-2 1.3 Radiotelephone (RT) Screen..................1-2 1.4 DSC Scan Screen ......................1-3 1.5 How to Adjust the Brilliance of the Display and Panel..........1-4 1.6 How to Turn On/Off the Main Speaker ...............1-4 1.7 How to Scan .......................1-4 1.8 How to Set the Auto Acknowledgement ..............1-5...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 4.3.1 How to send distress relay to coast station..........4-11 4.3.2 How to send distress relay to ships in your area.......... 4-12 4.4 How to Receive Distress Relay from Coast Station ..........4-14 4.5 How to Cancel Distress Alert ................... 4-15 DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING..........5-1 5.1 Individual Call......................

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 6.15.2 How to register addresses................6-13 6.15.3 How to edit addresses ..................6-14 6.15.4 How to delete addresses ................6-15 6.15.5 How to create a DSC message with registered address ......6-15 6.16 TX Message Preparation..................6-16 6.16.1 List for message files..................6-16 6.16.2 Individual calls ....................6-17 6.16.3 Group calls ....................6-18 6.16.4 PSTN calls....................6-18...

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 9.3.2 How to save a file................... 9-3 9.4 How to Edit Files ......................9-3 9.4.1 How to cut and paste text................9-3 9.4.2 How to copy and paste text................9-4 9.4.3 Select all......................9-4 9.4.4 How to search text ..................9-5 9.4.5 How to replace text ..................

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS APPENDIX 5 PARTS LIST ..................AP-23 APPENDIX 6 PARTS LOCATION ................AP-26 SPECIFICATIONS ..................... SP-1 INDEX ......................... IN-1...

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    A Word to the Owner of the FS-1575/2575/5075 Congratulations on your choice of the FURUNO FS-1575/2575/5075 SSB Radiotelephone. We are confident you will see why the FURUNO name has become synonymous with quality and re- liability. Since 1948, FURUNO Electric Company has enjoyed an enviable reputation for innovative and dependable marine electronics equipment.

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    • LCD monitor and keyboard comply with ITU regulations • Pop-up menus for user-friendly operation • Memory for 256 operator-customized channels • Real time message printing with Printer PP-510 Program Number FS-1575/2575/5075 Location PC board Program No. Version 0550243 (APP) 01.xx...

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    SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS For DSC routine frequency AUTOMATIC ANTENNA watch keeping receiver SWITCH AS-102 RX antenna ANTENNA COUPLER AT-1575 (FS-1575) or PREAMP PREAMP ANT. JUNC. BOX AJB1-1A or AT-5075 (FS-2575, FS-5075) FAX-5 FAX-5 MATCHING BOX ARD-1 BK INTERFACE 2.6 m whip...

  • Page 17: Operational Overview

    OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW Controls SCAN 2182 RT/CH TUNE HANDSET VOLUME RF GAIN Keep pressed for 4 sec in case PUSH TO ATT of DISTRESS. The alert is MENU transmitted with steady lighting. ALARM DISTRESS OTHER BRILL CANCEL DSC MSG DISTRESS COMPOSE PWR OFF OVEN DROBOSE MSG...

  • Page 18: How To Turn On/off The Power

    1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW Control Function 2/NB key Turns the noise blanker on or off in the RT mode. 3/SQ key Turns the squelch on or off in the RT mode. 5/NR key Reduces the noise in the RT mode (NR2 (High), NR1 (Low), Off). 8/NF key Turns the notch filter on or off in the RT mode.

  • Page 19: Dsc Scan Screen

    1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW Indication Meaning Main speaker on or off Channel TX frequency ( : while transmitting) RX frequency SSB/TLX/AM/FAX Class of emission OFF/SLOW/FAST Auto gain control ([OFF]: no adjustment, [SLOW]: low-speed, [FAST]: high- (AGC) speed) HIGH/MID/LOW(1)/ Output power ([LOW2]: FS-5075 only, minimum output power) LOW2 SIMP/S-DUP/DUP Communication mode ([SIMP]: simplex, [S-DUP]: semi-duplex, [DUP]: full-...

  • Page 20: How To Adjust The Brilliance Of The Display And Panel

    1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW How to Adjust the Brilliance of the Display and Panel You can adjust the brilliance of the display and the panel as follows: 1. Press the BRILL key to show the [BRILL LEVEL SETUP] window. 2. Press the 1 key to switch the [DAY/NIGHT] mode. 3.

  • Page 21: How To Set The Auto Acknowledgement

    1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW 1. Press the SCAN key to show the DSC scan screen. Scanning starts. When re- ceiving the appropriate frequency signal, the scanning stops, and the frequency is highlighted and flashes. 2. Press the SCAN key again to stop scanning the routine frequencies. Note: You can not stop the scanning manually for the distress alert.

  • Page 22: Intercom

    1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW 1.10 Intercom The built-in intercom permits voice communications between two control units. Calling You can call over the intercom in on or off hook condition. 1. Press the MENU key. 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [INTERCOM] then push the knob. The pop-up for calling appears and the called party's control unit rings.

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    1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW How to finish a single session RT session 1. Press the TAB key to select the RT icon in the tab area. 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [QUIT] then push the knob. Step 2: Rotate the ENTER knob to select [QUIT].

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    1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW How to switch sessions When one session is active and another message arrives, a new session for the re- ceived message does not start automatically. Only one session can be active. For ex- ample, when you are transmitting a DSC message and another message arrives, the option [ACTIVE] appears to indicate the start of a new session.

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    1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW (Continued from previous page) TX 2177.0/ RX 2177.00 kHz NO ACTIVE [WAIT FOR ACK] INDIVIDUAL MSG ELAPSED TIME : 00H05M24S : 987654321 CAPTAIN_5075 COMM MODE : TELEPHONE COMM FREQ : TX 2170.0 / RX 2170.0 kHz ACTIVE INFO PRINT QUIT...

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    1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW This page is intentionally left blank. 1-10...

  • Page 27: Ssb Radiotelephone

    SSB RADIOTELEPHONE You can do SSB communications from any screen which displays the communication frequency. How to Select the Class of Emission You can select the class of emission from among the following: • [SSB]: Single Sideband • [TLX]: Telex •...

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    2. SSB RADIOTELEPHONE Channel 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [CH] on the RT screen then push the knob. You can also show the channel setting window by pressing the RT/CH key. Channel setting window 2. A channel can be entered directly with the numeric keys, or by using the ENTER knob.

  • Page 29: Transmission

    For manual tuning, press the 0/TUNE key on the RT screen. If tuning fails, the message "TUNE NG" appears and the output power is automatically set to [LOW] (for FS-1575/2575) or [LOW2] (for FS- 5075).

  • Page 30: Condition Of The Transmitter

    2. SSB RADIOTELEPHONE 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to select the option desired then push the knob. FS-1575/2575 FS-5075 [HIGH] No reducing [MID] 125 Wpep 350 Wpep [LOW] 90 Wpep [LOW1] 200 Wpep [LOW2] 110 Wpep Note: The temperature of the power amplifier is monitored. When its temperature ris- es above a certain temperature, output power is automatically reduced.

  • Page 31: Reception

    2. SSB RADIOTELEPHONE Reception Check if the class of emission and receiving frequency are set properly. If necessary, set them again referring to sections 2.1 and 2.2. 2.4.1 RF gain (sensitivity) adjustment In normal use the sensitivity should be set for maximum. If the audio on the received channel is unclear or interfered with other signals, adjust (usually reduce) sensitivity to improve clarity.

  • Page 32: Notch Filter

    The [USER CH] menu provides for registration of user TX and RX channels, where permitted. For further details, contact your dealer. See section 6.2 for the procedure. NOTICE FURUNO will assume no responsibility for the disturbance caused by the unlawful or improper setting of user...

  • Page 33: Dsc Overview

    DSC OVERVIEW What is DSC? DSC is an acronym meaning Digital Selective Calling. It is a digital distress and gen- eral calling system in the MF and HF bands used by ships for transmitting distress alerts and general calls and by coast stations for transmitting the associated acknowl- edgements.

  • Page 34: Audio Alarms

    3. DSC OVERVIEW Contents of a DSC call • Calling category Call category Call DISTRESS DISTRESS ALERT, DISTRESS RELAY AREA, DISTRESS RELAY INDIVIDUAL GENERAL MEDICAL MSG, NEUTRAL MSG, INDIVIDUAL MSG, PSTN MSG, TEST MSG, GROUP MSG, AREA MSG, POSITION MSG, POLLING MSG •...

  • Page 35: Description Of Call Screens

    3. DSC OVERVIEW Alarm Frequency (interval) Distress alert sent 2200 Hz, continuous (2 seconds) Own ship position not updated 2000 Hz (250 ms) and 0 Hz (500 ms) Distress alert call received 2200 Hz and 1300 Hz (250 ms) Distress relay call received 2200 Hz and 1300 Hz (250 ms) Distress relay ack call received 2200 Hz (500 ms) and 1300 Hz (500 ms)

  • Page 36: Tx Calls

    3. DSC OVERVIEW The marks "*", "-" appear on the DSC receiving screen in the following conditions: • "*" indicates a corrupt character in received data. • "-" indicates missing digits after decimal point when receiving position data with no info for expansion (expansion: digits after decimal point).

  • Page 37: Dsc Distress Operations

    DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS Distress operation overview 1. Press the DISTRESS key. 2. Wait for the distress alert acknowledgement. 3. Communicate with the coast station. Ship in distress (Your ship) Coast station (1) Ship in distress sends Distress Alert. (2) Coast station sends distress acknowledgement (DIST ACK). (3) Voice or telex communication between ship in distress and coast station.

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    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS When the countdown shows 0S, the distress alert is sent. The audio alarm sounds for two seconds and the message "Sending DISTRESS ALERT." appears. The screen shows the contents of the distress alert call. The DISTRESS key lights in red and only the icon for DISTRESS transmission ( ) is displayed in the tab ar- After the distress alert has been sent, the screen changes as below.

  • Page 39: How To Send Distress Alert By Distress Key With Distress Information Edited

    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS 2. Press the CANCEL key to silence the audio alarm. Then, the LED stops flashing, and the pop-up message disappears. Count up the elapsed time after receiving distress acknowledge call. ° ° 12.1234’ N/ 123 45.1234’ E / 12 : 34 Icon for DISTRESS transmission 3.

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    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS 4. With [LAT] and [LON/UTC] selected, push the ENTER knob. [EPFS]: The position information from EPFS is automatically shown. [MANUAL]: Input your position manually. [NO INFO]: No information. 5. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [EPFS], [MANUAL] or [NO INFO] then push the knob.

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    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS 11. Press the DISTRESS key for four seconds to send the distress alert. The audio alarm sounds while pressing the key, and the key flashes in red. The countdown message appears on the screen while pressing the DISTRESS key (3S → 2S → 1S →...

  • Page 42: How To Receive A Distress Alert

    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS 5. Type and transmit your message, giving the following information: • Ship's name and call sign • Nature of distress and assistance needed • Description of your ship 6. Press the function key F10 to disconnect the line. For NBDP details, see chapters 7 through 10.

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    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS Action for ship receiving distress alert on MF band DSC distress alert received. Press the CANCEL key to silence alarm. Listen on 2182 kHz for 5 minutes. Did you receive Is the DSC Is distress traffic acknowledge from distress call in progress?

  • Page 44: Distress Alert Received On Hf Band

    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS 2. If you do not receive the distress acknowledge call from a coast station and you have received the distress alert more than twice, contact the ship in distress over radiotelephone. 3. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [ACK] in the user options area then push the knob.

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    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS • Relay the distress alert in the following cases: • You have not received a distress acknowledge call from a coast station within five minutes after receiving a distress call. • You have not received a distress relay from other ship. •...

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    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS Send the distress relay to coast station (on HF band) When you receive a distress alert from a ship in distress, the audio alarm sounds and the LED flashes in red. The icon for DISTRESS receiving ( ) appears in the tab area and the pop-up message appears on the screen.

  • Page 47: How To Send Distress Relay On Behalf Of A Ship In Distress

    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS When you receive the distress relay individual acknowledgement from the coast sta- tion, the audio alarm sounds and a pop-up message appears. Press the CANCEL key to silence the alarm and erase the pop-up message. Communicate with the coast sta- tion by telephone, over the frequency specified.

  • Page 48: How To Send Distress Relay To Ships In Your Area

    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS 8. Rotate the ENTER knob to select nature of distress then push the knob. 9. With [LAT] and [LON/UTC] selected, push the ENTER knob. 10. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [EPFS], [MANUAL] or [NO INFO] then push the knob.

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    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS 1. Press the DISTRESS MSG key and the OTHER DSC MSG key simultaneously to open the screen for composing the distress relay individual. 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [MSG TYPE] then push the knob. 3.

  • Page 50: How To Receive Distress Relay From Coast Station

    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS 14. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [EPFS], [MANUAL] or [NO INFO] then push the knob. For [MANUAL], go to step 15. For others, go to step 16. 15. Use the numeric keys to enter latitude and longitude of the ship in distress. (If nec- essary, switch coordinates: 1 key to switch to North (East for longitude);...

  • Page 51: How To Cancel Distress Alert

    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS How to Cancel Distress Alert You can cancel the distress alert while it is being sent or while waiting for its acknowl- edgement as follows. 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [CANCEL] in the user options area then push the knob.

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    4. DSC DISTRESS OPERATIONS 4. Rotate the ENTER knob to select a frequency then push the knob. The following message appears on the screen. 5. Communicate with all ships via radiotelephone referring to the message at step 4. 6. Push the ENTER knob. The screen for the selection of frequency appears again. The frequency marked by asterisk shows that the call cancellation by voice was completed for that frequency.

  • Page 53: Dsc General Message Calling, Receiving

    DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING General procedure for non-distress DSC messages The procedure for sending and receiving non-distress DSC messages is similar among message types. The following is an example of the sequence for an individual call. 1. Send the individual message. 2.

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    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [MSG TYPE] then push the knob. 3. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [INDIVIDUAL MSG] then push the knob. 4. With [TO] selected, push the ENTER knob. 5.

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    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING 2) Rotate the ENTER knob to select DSC band then push the knob. One of the menus shown below appears depending on the band selected. 8MHz 18MHz 2MHz: To the ship station 2MHz: To the coast station 4MHz 12MHz 22MHz...

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    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING 13. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [GO TO CALL] then push the knob to send the individual call. The screen changes as below. 2177.0/ RX 2177.00 kHz [SENDING] ELAPSED TIME: INDIVIDUAL MSG 123456789 CAPTAIN_5075 TELEPHONE COMM MODE :...

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    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING Able acknowledge call received 1) Press the CANCEL key to silence the audio alarm and erase the pop-up mes- sage. 2) The working frequency is automatically set; you can communicate by radio- telephone or NBDP (see the following "How to send message by NBDP ter- minal unit").

  • Page 58: How To Receive An Individual Call

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING Unable acknowledge call received 1) Press the CANCEL key to silence the audio alarm and erase the pop-up mes- sage. The reason for [UNABLE ACK] is displayed on the screen. TX 2177.0/ RX 2177.00 kHz [ACKNOWLEDGED] ELAPSED TIME: INDIV UNABLE ACK...

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    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING Send unable acknowledge automatically If the frequency or mode specified by the sending station is one that you cannot use, an unable acknowledge [CAN’T USE CH] is sent automatically. The [ACK SETTINGS] menu is set to [AUTO (UNABLE)]. It takes about seven seconds to transmit the call. Send able/unable acknowledge manually When an individual call is received with the setting [MANUAL] on the [ACK SET- TINGS] menu, the audio alarm sounds and a pop-up message appears on the screen...

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    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING 3. After you have completed communications, rotate the ENTER knob to select [QUIT] in the user options area then push the knob. TX 2170.0/ RX 2170.00 kHz [ACKNOWLEDGED] ELAPSED TIME: INDIV ABLE ACK 987654321 CAPTAIN_2575 TELEPHONE COMM MODE :...

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    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING • How to send able acknowledge call and change frequency 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [PROPOSE] in the user options area then push the knob. TX 2177.0/ RX 2177.00 kHz COMPOSE MESSAGE INDIVIDUAL ACK MSG TYPE 987654321 CAPTAIN_2575...

  • Page 62: Group Call

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING Group Call A group call is for calling a specific group by specifying its group MMSI. 5.2.1 How to send a group call 1. Press the OTHER DSC MSG key. 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [MSG TYPE] then push the knob. 3.

  • Page 63: How To Receive A Group Call

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING 12. Referring to "How to set working channel, frequency" on page 5-3, set the fre- quency or channel. 13. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [GO TO CALL] then push the knob to send the group call.

  • Page 64: Geographical Area Call

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING Geographical Area Call The purpose of a geographical area call is to send a call to all ships within the area you designate. In the figure below, for example, the call is sent to all ships within 24- 34°N, 135-140°W (QUADRANT) and 34°N, 140°W, range: 500 NM (CIRCLE).

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    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING [CIRCLE]: Using the numeric keys, enter latitude and longitude of reference point and radius of area. To change coordinate, select it and press the 1 key for North or East; 2 key for South or West. After entering data, push the ENTER knob. [QUADRANT]: Using the numeric keys, enter latitude and longitude of reference point and southerly degrees and easterly degrees of area.

  • Page 66: How To Receive A Geographical Area Call

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING 5.3.2 How to receive a geographical area call When you receive a geographical area message, the audio alarm sounds. The icon ) appears in the tab area, and the pop-up message "SAFETY (URGENCY) AREA message received! [CANCEL]: Stop alarm"...

  • Page 67

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING 3. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [SPECIAL MSG] then push the knob. 4. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [NEUTRAL MSG] then push the knob. [PRIOR- ITY] is automatically selected to [URGENCY]. 5. With [AREA CR] selected, push the ENTER knob. 6.

  • Page 68: How To Receive A Neutral Craft Call

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING 15. Inform all ships by radiotelephone that your ship is not a participant in armed con- flict. For communication by NBDP, see "How to send message by NBDP terminal unit" on page 5-5. 16. After you have completed communications, rotate the ENTER knob to select [QUIT] in the user options area then push the knob.

  • Page 69: Medical Transport Call

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING Medical Transport Call The medical transport call informs all ships, by urgency priority, that your ship carries medical supplies. The medical transport call must be enabled on the [SPECIAL MSG] menu. See section 6.18. 5.5.1 How to send a medical transport call 1.

  • Page 70: How To Receive A Medical Transport Call

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING 14. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [GO TO CALL] then push the knob to send the medical transport call. 2187.5/ RX 2187.50 kHz [SENDING] ELAPSED TIME: MEDICAL MSG ° ° 00 ’ N / 135 00 ’...

  • Page 71: How To Receive A Polling Request

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING 3. Watch on the working frequency. Communicate by radiotelephone or NBDP (see the following "Medical transport call received by NBDP terminal unit"). 4. After you have completed communications, rotate the ENTER knob to select [QUIT] in the user options area then push the knob.

  • Page 72: Position Call

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING Position Call There are two types of position calls: your ship requests position of another ship and other station requires your ship's position. Find position of other station (1) Position request call (2) Position Information Your Station Other Station Send your ship's position to other station...

  • Page 73

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING 5. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [DIRECT INPUT] or [ADDRESS BOOK DATA] then push the knob. [ADDRESS BOOK DATA]: Select an MMSI from the [ADDRESS BOOK] (see section 6.15) then push the ENTER knob. [DIRECT INPUT]: Enter MMSI of station, which you want to know its position, with the numeric keys then push the ENTER knob.

  • Page 74: Other Ship Requests Your Position

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING 9. Press the CANCEL key to silence the audio alarm and erase the pop-up mes- sage. There are two types of ACK screens; one with position information and one with no position information. 2187.5/ RX 2187.50 kHz 2187.5/ RX 2187.50 kHz [ACKNOWLEDGED] [ACKNOWLEDGED]...

  • Page 75: Pstn Call

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING • Send the ACK with position information: With [ACCEPT] selected, push the ENTER knob. 2187.5/ RX 2187.50 kHz [SENDING] ELAPSED TIME: POSITION ACK 987654321 CAPTAIN_2075 ° ° 12 ’ N 123 45 ’ E / 12 : 34 POS/UTC INFO PRINT...

  • Page 76

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING 3. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [PSTN MSG] then push the knob. 4. With [TO] selected, push the ENTER knob. 5. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [DIRECT INPUT] or [ADDRESS BOOK DATA] then push the knob.

  • Page 77: How To Receive A Pstn Call

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING with the party you called. The elapsed time since starting communication is dis- played. Note: When you receive this ABLE ACK on the working frequcency in on hook condition, END OF CALL is sent automatically. The communication is disconnect- 2.

  • Page 78

    5. DSC GENERAL MESSAGE CALLING, RECEIVING Unable acknowledgement The automatic unable acknowledge is sent. The audio alarm sounds and the LED flashes in green. Press the CANCEL key. 5-26...

  • Page 79: Menu Operation

    MENU OPERATION The menu can be accessed from both the RT and DSC screens. Note: The menu can not be opened when awaiting acknowledgement of a distress alert. How to Open/Close the MENU Screen 1. Press the MENU key to open the [MENU] screen. These marks indicate additional menus.

  • Page 80: User Channels

    01 to 029 for band, 00 to 99 for band channel. 0 1 2 3 4 Band Band channel NOTICE FURUNO will assume no responsibility for the disturbance caused by the unlawful or improper setting of user channels. 6.2.1 List for user channels Rotate the ENTER knob to select [USER CH] on the [MENU] screen then push the knob.

  • Page 81: How To Edit User Channels

    6. MENU OPERATION 2. With [MODE] selected, push the ENTER knob. 3. Rotate the ENTER knob to select the mode desired then push the knob. 4. With [CH] selected, push the ENTER knob. 5. Enter band and band channel with the numeric keys. 6.

  • Page 82: How To Delete User Channels

    6. MENU OPERATION 6.2.4 How to delete user channels Open the [USER CH] list then follow the applicable procedure below. Individual user channel 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to select the user channel to delete then press the 4 key. 2.

  • Page 83: How To Select User Channels For Ssb Mode

    6. MENU OPERATION 6.2.6 How to select user channels for SSB mode Rotate the ENTER knob to select the user channel desired on the [USER CH] list then press the 8 key. The RT screen for the selected user channel appears. Press the 8 key.

  • Page 84: How To Delete Log Files

    6. MENU OPERATION 3. When there are multiple pages, press the 1 key for the previous page and the 3 key for the next page. Rotate the ENTER knob to select a desired log then push the knob. The contents of the selected log file are displayed as below. To return to the [MENU] screen, press the CANCEL key.

  • Page 85: Squelch Frequency

    6. MENU OPERATION Squelch Frequency The squelch frequency (ex. for high voice) can be changed as follows (default setting: 1000 Hz): 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [SYSTEM] on the [MENU] screen then push the knob. 2. With [SQ FREQ] selected, push the ENTER knob. 3.

  • Page 86: How To Print Messages

    6. MENU OPERATION 3. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [F1], [F2] or [F3] then push the knob. 4. Rotate the ENTER knob to select the function desired then push the knob. How to Print Messages The [PRINT] menu enables/disables automatic printing of all transmitted and received calls and the results of the daily test.

  • Page 87: Date And Time Setting

    6. MENU OPERATION 5. For manual input, use the numeric keys to enter latitude/longitude of your position, and UTC. To change coordinate, select it and press the 1 key for North or East; the 2 key for South or West. After entering each data, push the ENTER knob. Push the Setting window for latitude Enter latitude.

  • Page 88: Timeout Setting

    6. MENU OPERATION Timeout Setting The menu screen and/or the inactive sessions (icons) can be closed automatically when there is no menu operation for a specific time. You can set the time interval for auto closing of the menu and inactive session. 1.

  • Page 89: How To Select The Antenna

    6. MENU OPERATION 4. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [ENABLE] or [DISABLE] then push the knob. For [ENABLE], "FAX" is added to the class of emission selection menu. Class of emission 6.11 How to Select the Antenna Select the antenna to use for TX and RX, common or separate. 1.

  • Page 90: External Alarm Setting

    6. MENU OPERATION 1) Rotate the ENTER knob to select [+0.00 kHz] then push the knob. 2) Rotate the ENTER knob to adjust the receiving frequency (setting value: -0.20 to +0.20). 6.13 External Alarm Setting The [EXTERNAL ALARM] menu enables/disables output of the contact signal for ur- gency, safety and routine frequencies to an external alarm system.

  • Page 91: Address Book

    6. MENU OPERATION 6.15 Address Book You can register a maximum of 50 MMSI or the address name (max. 20 letters) in the memory. 6.15.1 List for address data 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [DSC] on the [MENU] screen then push the knob.

  • Page 92: How To Edit Addresses

    6. MENU OPERATION 3. With [NAME] selected, push the ENTER knob. 4. Enter the address name (max. 20 letters) with the numeric keys then push the EN- TER knob. 5. With [MMSI] selected, push the ENTER knob. 6. Enter the MMSI with the numeric keys then push the ENTER knob. 7.

  • Page 93: How To Delete Addresses

    6. MENU OPERATION 6.15.4 How to delete addresses Open the [ADDRESS BOOK] screen then follow the applicable procedure below. Individual address 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to select the address to delete then press the 4 key. 2. With [DELETE SELECTION] selected, push the ENTER knob. 3.

  • Page 94: Tx Message Preparation

    6. MENU OPERATION 6.16 TX Message Preparation For the individual, PSTN, group and test messages, you can create messages and store them in the memory for future use. You can edit, send or delete these messages. A maximum of 100 messages can be stored into the memory. 6.16.1 List for message files 1.

  • Page 95: Individual Calls

    6. MENU OPERATION • 3 key: Go to the detailed information screen for the next message file. • 4 key: Delete the selected message file. The following message appears on the screen. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [Yes] then push the knob. 6.16.2 Individual calls 1.

  • Page 96: Group Calls

    6. MENU OPERATION 13. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [FILE NAME] then push the ENTER knob. 14. Enter the file name (max. 20 letters) with the numeric keys. 15. With [REGISTER] selected, push the ENTER knob. 6.16.3 Group calls 1.

  • Page 97: Test Call

    6. MENU OPERATION 6. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [DIRECT INPUT] or [ADDRESS BOOK DATA] then push the knob. [ADDRESS BOOK DATA]: Select an MMSI from the [ADDRESS BOOK] (see section 6.15) then push the ENTER knob. [DIRECT INPUT]: Enter MMSI of coast station (seven digits) with the numeric keys then push the ENTER knob.

  • Page 98: How To Send Prepared Messages

    6. MENU OPERATION 3. Push the ENTER knob to open [MESSAGE FILE EDIT] screen. 4. Rotate the ENTER knob to select the item to edit then push the knob. 5. Change the setting accordingly. 6. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [REGISTER] then push the knob. 7.

  • Page 99: How To Set The Auto Ack Details

    6. MENU OPERATION Prepared messages by type 1. Press the 6 key several times to select the desired type. 2. Press the 4 key. 3. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [DELETE LIST] then push the knob. 4. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [Yes] then push the knob. All prepared messages 1.

  • Page 100: Special Messages

    6. MENU OPERATION 6.18 Special Messages Permission to transmit NEUTRAL CRAFT and MEDICAL TRANSPORT is enabled or disabled as follows: 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [DSC] on the [MENU] screen then push the knob. 2. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [SPECIAL MSG] then push the knob. 3.

  • Page 101: Sound Setting

    6. MENU OPERATION Note: Distress frequencies can be stored on the routine frequency memory. This is convenient for backing up the watch-keeping receiver. Distress, urgency and safety frequencies 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [DSC] on the [MENU] screen then push the knob.

  • Page 102: Alarm Lists

    6. MENU OPERATION Default: [2] Default: [MUTE] Turn beep on (setting: [1] - [3]) Turn the speaker on or off or off (setting: [0]) when a key when the handset is off hook. is pressed. Rotate the ENTER knob to set volume then push the knob.

  • Page 103: Nbdp System Overview

    NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW How to Turn on the NBDP System Turn on the terminal unit and the printer with their respective power switches. TERMINAL UNIT IB-583 TERMINAL UNIT IB-585 The power switch backlights for IB-583 and IB-585 light in green during power-on.

  • Page 104

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW “ ” “ ” 2 0 1 2 - 0 4 - 1 0 f o r I B - 5 8 3 A R Q E r r o r f o r I B - 5 8 3 1 : F i l e 2 : E d i t 3 : O p e r a t e 4 : W i n d o w 5 : t a t i o n 6 : y s t e m 7 : W R U 8 : H R 9 : O v e r 1 0 : B r e a k 1 0 - A p r - 2 0 1 2 1 5 : 1 0 : 3 0 U T C C a p s E n g...

  • Page 105: Keyboard

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW Note 1: To switch between Russian and English input, press the Alt key while holding down the Shift key. (This is available in Russian mode only.) "Eng" or "Rus" appears on the top right of the screen. This shift status is not stored. When you turn on the pow- er next time, you reset the shift status as necessary.

  • Page 106: Encoding Setting

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW Note 3: The carriage-return and line-feed codes "CR LF" are automatically sent with pressing the Enter key during NBDP communication. Press the ← or ↓ key if you want to send only "CR" or "LF". Note 4: "Letter Shift" and "Figure Shift" are automatically inserted if necessary. If you want to send them purposely, press the following keys: •...

  • Page 107: Function Keys, Menu Operation

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW Function Keys, Menu Operation The function keys at the top of the keyboard control most of operations through a menu system. Most of the screenshots on this manual are for IB-585. 7.4.1 Menu conventions Reverse highlighting The cursor-selected menu item is displayed with white characters on a black back- ground.

  • Page 108: Function Key Description

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW 7.4.3 Function key description Function key F1: [File] menu The [File] menu is where you create, open, save and print telex messages. Floppy disks or SD cards are also formatted by this menu. F i l e 1: Open a new untitled window.

  • Page 109

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW Function key F3: [Operate] menu The [Operate] menu mainly controls transmission and reception. Operate 1: Select a station on the station list. 1: Call Station 2: Start macro operation. For details, see 2: Macro Operation section 10.10. 3: Select a file then transmit it.

  • Page 110

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW Function key F5: [Station] menu The [Station] menu provides for storage of stations, timer program setup, user channel setup, and entry of various ID codes. Station 1: Register stations. 1: Station Entry 2: Register timer programs. 2: Timer Operation Entry 3: Register scan groups for scanning.

  • Page 111

    Enter key is pressed after confirming text typed. [TX POWER] Change output power during transmission. ([HIGH], [MID], [LOW] (for (only for FS-1575/2575), [LOW1] (for FS-5075), [LOW2] (for FS-5075)) IB-585) [Header/Foot- Turn on or off the indication of header and footer. When starting trans- er] (only for mission, display time &...

  • Page 112

    7. NBDP SYSTEM OVERVIEW Function key F10: Break During communication: Disconnect the line. During reception mode: Goes to the standby mode. Note: For NBDP activated by the DSC function, select [QUIT] option on the control panel to cancel reception mode and go to the standby mode. 7-10...

  • Page 113: Nbdp Preparations

    NBDP PREPARATIONS This chapter provides the procedures necessary for preparing the NBDP terminal unit. For automatic telex, you need to register the following: • Your ship's ID and answerback codes mandatory • Stations • Timer programs • Scan channel groups •...

  • Page 114: How To Register Id Codes

    8. NBDP PREPARATIONS 8.1.2 How to register ID codes 1. Press the function key F5 then the 5, e l e c t I D E n t r y 6, 7 or 8 key for IB-585 to enter the e l e c t I D C o d e ( 4 / 5 ) Group ID Code (4 or 5 digits), Group ID Code (9 digits), Select ID Code (4...

  • Page 115: How To Edit/delete User Channels

    For stations which have more than one frequency pair, you can add a suffix to the sta- tion name to denote multiple frequency pairs. For example, station name FURUNO followed by -1, -2, -3, etc. for each frequency pair required.

  • Page 116

    8. NBDP PREPARATIONS 2. If [Create] is not underlined, press the →, ↑ and Enter keys to underline it. 3. With [Station] selected, enter station name using up to 18 characters. 4. Press the ↓ key to select [ID Code]. Enter station ID code. 5.

  • Page 117: How To Edit/delete Stations

    8. NBDP PREPARATIONS 8.3.2 How to edit/delete stations 1. Press the function key F5 then the 1 key to open the [Station Entry] screen. 2. Press the ↓ key to select a station name from the [Station List]. 3. Press the → key then the ↓ key to select [Change] and press the Enter key. 4.

  • Page 118: How To Edit/delete Timer Programs

    8. NBDP PREPARATIONS 8. Press the ↓ key to select [Stop Time]. Enter stop time, in 24-hour notation. 9. Press the ↓ key to select [Receive/Send]. Select operation category; [Receive] or [Send]. If you select [Send], go to step 10. For [Receive], go to step 12. 10.

  • Page 119: How To Register Scan Channel Groups

    8. NBDP PREPARATIONS 8.5.1 How to register scan channel groups You can register ITU and user scan channels as follows: 1. Press the function key F5 then the 3 key to open the [Scan Entry] screen. S c a n E n t r y S c a n n i n g G r o u p L i s t r e a t e h a n g e...

  • Page 120: How To Edit/delete Scan Channel Groups

    8. NBDP PREPARATIONS 8. Enter the channel number (ITU or user channels) then press the → key to select [Scan]. Note: If you enter an invalid channel, the message "Channel by that number does not exist. Press any key to escape." appears. Press any key then enter a valid channel.

  • Page 121: Ib-585

    8. NBDP PREPARATIONS 3. Press the ↓ key to select [Window Color] Window Color Change then press the Enter key. Window Color Setup Default Color To Change: ENTER To quit: ESC 4. With [Window Color Setup] selected, Window Color Setup press the Enter key.

  • Page 122: Screen Saver Function For Ib-585

    8. NBDP PREPARATIONS Default for each preset Preset1 Preset2 Preset3 (original) (day) (night) Brightness Base window Fore color L-White Black L-White Back color Blue L-White Black Back scroll Fore color L-White Black Black Back color Blue White Gray Edit1 Fore color Black Black Black...

  • Page 123: Nbdp File Operations

    NBDP FILE OPERATIONS This chapter mainly describes how to create, save, open, edit and print files. The [Edit] menu provides a full lineup of editing facilities, including search and replace. How to Open and Close Files To create a telex message, you need to make a new file with the File Open command. When you open a new file, it is placed (opened) in one of two working areas.

  • Page 124

    9. NBDP FILE OPERATIONS 2. Press the 1 key to select [New]. The title bar shows [UNTITLED 1] or [UNTITLED 2]. The cursor marks the location where you can type text. 3. Type your message. Note: Lower case letters are sent as upper case letters. Also, do not use the symbols #, &, *, $ and % in telex messages.

  • Page 125: How To Format Floppy Disks Or Sd Cards

    9. NBDP FILE OPERATIONS 9.3.1 How to format floppy disks or SD cards Before you save a file to a floppy disk or an SD card, the disk or the card must be for- matted. Format the disk or the card as below. 1.

  • Page 126: How To Copy And Paste Text

    9. NBDP FILE OPERATIONS How to cut text 1. Place the cursor on the first character of the text to cut. 2. Highlight the text to cut by pressing and holding the Shift key while pressing the → key. If you highlighted the text which you do not want to cut by mistake, press the ←...

  • Page 127: How To Search Text

    9. NBDP FILE OPERATIONS 5. Place the cursor at the exact spot in the message where the text now in the paste buffer memory is to start then press the Ins or Insert key. Paste Working Buffer Area 1 Transfer Memory Open (copy)

  • Page 128: Goto Line

    9. NBDP FILE OPERATIONS 3. Press the ↓ key to select [Replace with] then type a new word. 4. Press the → key. 5. Press the ↑ or ↓ key to select [Forward] or [Backward] to search the file in a for- ward or backward direction respectively from the cursor position.

  • Page 129: Switch Between Files

    9. NBDP FILE OPERATIONS 3. Press the 2 key. A list of files on the floppy disk or the SD card appears. p e n T e x t L o a d / M e r g e ( T A B : C h a n g e ) [ A : \ T E S T 1 .

  • Page 130: How To Delete Files

    9. NBDP FILE OPERATIONS 3. Press the function key F1. 4. Press the 3 key to save the file. 5. Press the Y key. 6. Press the Backspace key to erase the original name then enter a new name. 7. Press the Enter key. How to Delete Files Insert the floppy disk or the SD card in the drive and do the following to delete unnec- essary files.

  • Page 131: Nbdp Transmission, Reception

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION This chapter mainly shows you how to transmit and receive telex messages. 10.1 Manual Calling NOTICE Before calling, watch the intended TX frequency carefully to confirm that is unoccupied. The simplest way to communicate with a telex subscriber is manual calling. For the ARQ mode, you can display beforehand the message to send, or type your message manually.

  • Page 132

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION For IB-585: • To enter the frequency, press the 9 key to select [Set Frequency]. Go to step 3. e t F r e q u e n c y T x F r e q .

  • Page 133: Arq Mode Operation

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION For the ARQ mode, go to step 10. For the FEC mode, type your message then go to step 14. 10. Press the function key F7. The party's answerback code appears on the screen. Note: Step 10 and 11 are needed for ship-to-ship calling only. 11.

  • Page 134

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION 2) Press the function key F8 to transmit your own identity (answerback code). 3) Press the function key F3 then the 3 key to open the [Send File] window. 4) Press the ↑ or ↓ key to select the file to send and press the Enter key. 5) Press the Enter key again.

  • Page 135: Fec Mode Operation

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION 10.3 FEC Mode Operation The FEC mode transmits the same data twice for less errors. 1. Press the function key F3. 2. Press the 1 key to open the [Call Station] menu. 3. Press the ↑ or ↓ key to select a station which is registered for the FEC mode. 4.

  • Page 136: Communication Example

    I N T . D E P . S E C - M A N A G E R FURUNO ELEC. CO. F M : K O B E M A R U / 2 3 4 5 K O B E X Sender: KOBE MARU Type message.

  • Page 137

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION Table of abbreviations Abbreviation Question Answer or Advice What is the name of your station? My station name is ... By what private enterprise are the ac- The accounts for my station are settled counts for charges for your station set- by the private enterprise ...

  • Page 138: Timer Operation

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION 10.6 Timer Operation A built-in timer permits automatic transmission and reception of telex messages. 10.6.1 How to enable timer operation 1. Press the function key F3 to open the [Operate] menu. 2. Press the 7 key to open the [Timer Operation List]. 3.

  • Page 139: Scanning

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION 10.7 Scanning The radio equipment scans a group of operator-selected frequencies (channels), and stops scanning when a signal is received. See section 8.5 for registeration of scan group. 1. Press the function key F3 then the 5 key to open [Scanning Group List]. You can confirm the scan channel by pressing the ↑...

  • Page 140: Preparation Of Macrofiles For Automatic Telex

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION 10.9 Preparation of Macrofiles for Automatic Telex 10.9.1 Automatic telex overview This section shows you how to communicate with a coast station which handles auto- matic telex transmission, using macrofiles. You need to register communication chan- nels and stations, and prepare macrofiles.

  • Page 141: Commands

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION the coast station, a new answerback code must be entered. Contact FURUNO or an authorized FURUNO agent or dealer to enter a new answerback code. How to register scan groups The central system emits a free-signal to indicate a coast station radio channel is in idle condition and available for ship-to-shore calls.

  • Page 142

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION Command Parameter Content (Prefixed with @) RETRY (support com- Two digits, 0-99 min Calling according to assigned mand for CALL) parameter (default setting: 10 min) CASE Text For receiving a message (des- ignated by parameter) transmit- ted by coast station TIMEOUT (support com- Two digits, 0-99 min...

  • Page 143: Store-and-forward Method

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION 10.9.4 Store-and-forward method The following is the sequence of events for transmission of a file by the store-and-for- ward method. 1. Ship station sends message to coast station. 2. Coast station stores message in memory buffer. 3.

  • Page 144

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION 3. Prepare the macrofile. Below is a simple example. < [1] UNTITLED1 > @FREE $RRR$ @CALL S:LYNGBY RADIO @WRU @CASE GA+? @SEND TLX80212345+ @CASE MSG+? @SEND A: \ABC @SEND KKKK @CASE GA+? @SEND BRK+ Search dot pattern free signal until it is found Station name (Example: LYNGBY RADIO) Who are you? Station identity exchange...

  • Page 145: Automatic Telex Using Macrofile

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION DIRTLX macrofile Sample DIRTLX macrofile < [1] UNTITLED1 > @FREE $RRR$ @CALL S:LYNGBY RADIO @WRU @CASE GA+? @SEND DIRTLX725644325+ @CASE MSG+? @SEND A: \ABC @SEND KKKK @CASE GA+? @SEND BRK+ Search dot pattern free signal until it is found Station name (Example: LYNGBY RADIO) Who are you? Station identity exchange...

  • Page 146

    10. NBDP TRANSMISSION, RECEPTION 6) Transmission of termination of message signal 7) Identity exchange 8) Clearing of radio circuit Actual procedure 1. Press the function key F3 to open the [Operate] menu. 2. Press the 2 key to open the [Call Macro] window. a l l M a c r o [ A : \ T E S T 1 .

  • Page 147: Maintenance & Troubleshooting

    11. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING NOTICE WARNING WARNING Do not apply paint, anti-corrosive sealant ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD Do not open the equipment. or contact spray to plastic parts or equipment coating. Only qualified personnel should work inside the Those items contain products that can equipment.

  • Page 148

    [SW REG1], [SW REG2]: For FS-2575/5075 [DRV]: For FS-2575/5075 [PA2], [COMB] ([DETAILED TEST] for [PA]): For FS-5075 Others: For FS-1575/2575/5075 Tone test (SSB mode) You can execute tone test with lowering transmission power. 1. Rotate the ENTER knob to select [TEST] on the [MENU] screen then push the knob.

  • Page 149: Maintenance

    11. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING 11.2 Maintenance Regular maintenance helps to keep your equipment in good condition and prevents future problems. Check the items shown in the table below. Item Check point Remedy/Remarks Antenna Check for physical damage and corro- Replace damaged parts. sion.

  • Page 150: Simple Troubleshooting

    11. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING 11.3 Simple Troubleshooting The table below provides possible problems and the means with which to restore nor- mal operation. If normal operation cannot be restored, do not attempt to check inside the equipment. Any servicing should be referred to a qualified technician. Problem Probable cause Remedy...

  • Page 151: Breaker On Pr-850a

    11. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING Error message Meaning Remedy ERROR: VC voltage decreases. Transmis- Reset the power. If normal opera- VC error! sion is stopped. tion is not restored, contact your Please restart dealer. the power supply. [CANCEL]: Stop alarm 11.5 Breaker on PR-850A The AC-DC power supply unit PR-850A has a circuit breaker.

  • Page 152: Nbdp Terminal Unit Maintenance

    11. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING No response Re-send call: Rotate the ENTER knob to select [RESEND] in the user options area then push the knob. Cancel call: Rotate the ENTER knob to select [QUIT] in the user options area then push the knob. 11.7 NBDP Terminal Unit Maintenance Regular maintenance is important for good performance.

  • Page 153: Power Fuse

    M a i n U n i t N a m e : F S - x x 7 5 xx: FS-1575, FS-2575 or FS-5075 M a i n U n i t V e r : 0 5 5 0 2 4 3 - 0 1 . X X *1: “NG”...

  • Page 154

    11. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING Notification message Meaning Remedy Scan group by that name does The scan group under this Check the scan group name. not exist. name does not exist. Scan group memory is full. The scan group memory is full. Delete unnecessary scan groups.

  • Page 155: Appendix 1 Menu Tree

    APPENDIX 1 MENU TREE MENU key Bold: Default setting TEST DAILY TEST TX SELF TEST TONE TEST USER CH (open user channel list) LOG (open log data list) INTERCOM SYSTEM SQ FREQ (500Hz - 2000Hz, 1000Hz) KEY ASSIGN (F1 (RX FREQ), F2 (DAILY TEST), F3 (TEST CALL)) TX MSG (AUTO, MANUAL) PRINT RX MSG (AUTO, MANUAL)

  • Page 156

    2: Timer Operation (Entry) numbers after 5 3: Scan Entry are moved up. 4: User Channel Entry* : For FS-1575/2575 : Answerback Code Entry : For FS-5075 : Group ID Entry (4/5 digit) F7: WRU (Who are you?) F10: Break...

  • Page 157: Appendix 2 Frequency Tables

    APPENDIX 2 FREQUENCY TABLES DSC frequency table TX (kHz) RX (kHz) Remarks File Name 2187.5 2187.5 Distress and Safety Frequencies 4207.5 4207.5 6312.0 6312.0 8414.5 8414.5 12577.0 12577.0 16804.5 16804.5 2189.5 (2177.0*) 2177.0 International Frequen- INTL-2M cies 4208.0 4219.5 INTL-4M 6312.5 6331.0 INTL-6M...

  • Page 158

    APPENDIX 2 FREQUENCY TABLES Custom channels (to be programmed by FURUNO dealers) CH NO Ship Receive (kHz) Ship Transmit (kHz) Remarks AP-4...

  • Page 159

    2086.0 2530.0 2134.0 Guam 2506.0 2009.0 Above frequencies are not programmed. Contact a FURUNO representative. 1 = Unlimited use December 15 to April 1 2 = 2206 kHz for distress only 3 = Limited to pep of 150 W AP-5...

  • Page 160

    APPENDIX 2 FREQUENCY TABLES MF band SSB working carrier frequencies Ship Receive Ship Transmit Ship Receive Ship Transmit CH NO CH NO (kHz) (kHz) (kHz) (kHz) 1725 2069 1635 2060 1728 2072 1638 2063 1731 2075 1641 2066 1734 2078 1644 2069 1737...

  • Page 161

    APPENDIX 2 FREQUENCY TABLES 4/6 MHz ITU SSB carrier frequencies (ITU RR Appendix 16) 6 MHz SSB (J3E) 4 MHz SSB (J3E) ITU CH NO ITU CH NO Ship RX Ship TX Ship RX Ship TX 4357 6501 6200 4065 6504 4360 6203...

  • Page 162

    APPENDIX 2 FREQUENCY TABLES 8 MHz ITU SSB carrier frequencies (ITU RR Appendix 16) 8 MHz SSB (J3E) - Simplex 8 MHz SSB (J3E) - Duplex ITU CH NO Ship RX Ship TX ITU CH NO Ship RX Ship TX 840 (01) 8101 8101...

  • Page 163

    APPENDIX 2 FREQUENCY TABLES 12/16 ITU SSB carrier frequencies (ITU RR Appendix 16) 16 MHz SSB (J3E) 16 MHz SSB (J3E) 12 MHz SSB (J3E) CH NO Ship RX Ship TX CH NO Ship RX Ship TX CH NO Ship RX Ship TX 1651 17392...

  • Page 164

    APPENDIX 2 FREQUENCY TABLES 18/19, 22, 25/26 ITU SSB carrier frequencies (ITU RR Appendix 16) 22 MHz SSB (J3E) 22 MHz SSB (J3E) 18/19 MHz SSB (J3E) CH NO Ship RX Ship TX CH NO Ship RX Ship TX CH NO Ship RX Ship TX 2251 22846...

  • Page 165

    APPENDIX 2 FREQUENCY TABLES MF band telex frequency table Ship RX Ship TX CH NO (NBDP, DSC) (NBDP, DSC) 2001 1607.0 2142.0 2002 2142.5 1607.5 2003 2143.0 1608.0 2004 1608.5 2143.5 2005 2144.0 1609.0 2006 2144.5 1609.5 2007 1610.0 2145.0 2008 2145.5 1610.5...

  • Page 166

    APPENDIX 2 FREQUENCY TABLES ITU Telex frequency table (1/4) AP-12...

  • Page 167

    APPENDIX 2 FREQUENCY TABLES ITU Telex frequency table (2/4) AP-13...

  • Page 168

    APPENDIX 2 FREQUENCY TABLES ITU Telex frequency table (3/4) AP-14...

  • Page 169

    APPENDIX 2 FREQUENCY TABLES ITU Telex frequency table (4/4) AP-15...

  • Page 170: Appendix 3 List Of Abbreviations

    APPENDIX 3 LIST OF ABBREVIA- TIONS Control unit Abbreviations Abbreviation Term Abbreviation Term Acknowledge Level Automatic Gain Control March Antenna MMSI Maritime Mobile Services Identity number Application Message April Noise Blanker Attenuator NBDP Narrow Band Direct Printing August Notch Filter BRILL Brilliance November...

  • Page 171

    APPENDIX 3 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS Icons Icon Meaning Icon Meaning Speaker ON Noise blanker ON Speaker OFF Notch filter ON Unread message Number keys Send a distress alert of your Name of the ship registerd in ad- ship. dress book •...

  • Page 172

    APPENDIX 3 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS Abbreviation Meaning Abbreviation Meaning Down Over Change-over Error P (or 0) Stop your transmission. English PLS (PSE) Please Escape Paper February Prt Scr Print Screen Forward Error Correcting R (RCD) Received From I will call you again. Function Read Freq...

  • Page 173: Appendix 4 Digital Interface (iec 61162-1)

    APPENDIX 4 DIGITAL INTERFACE (IEC 61162-1) I/O Sentences Input sentences (IEC 61162-1) GGA, GLL, ZDA, GNS, RMC Input sentence description • GGA - Global positioning system (GPS) fix data $**GGA,hhmmss.ss,llll.lll,a,yyyyy.yyy,a,x,xx,x.x,x.x,M,x.x,M,x.x,xxxx*hh<CR><LF> 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1.

  • Page 174

    APPENDIX 4 DIGITAL INTERFACE (IEC 61162-1) • GNS - GNSS fix data $**GNS,hhmmss.ss,llll.lll,a,IIIII.III,a,c--c,xx,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,a*hh<CR><LF> 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1. UTC of position (000000.00 - 235959.99) 2. Latitude (0000.0000 - 9000.0000) 3. N/S 4. Longitude (00000.0000 - 18000.0000) 5. E/W 6.

  • Page 175

    APPENDIX 4 DIGITAL INTERFACE (IEC 61162-1) Output sentences (IEC 61162-1) DSC, DSE Output sentence description • DSC - Digital selective calling information $CTDSC,xx,xxxxxxxxxx,xx,xx,xx,x.x,x.x,xxxxxxxxxx,xx,a,a*hh<CR><LF> 3 4 5 6 9 10 11 1. Format specifier (2 digits) 2. Address (10 digits) 3. Category (2 digits or NULL) 4.

  • Page 176: Schematic Diagram

    When this sentence is input, the equipment outputs the PFEC,pidat sentence. • PFEC,pidat - Equipment information $ PFEC,pidat, 0, FS-xxxx *hh<CR><LF> 1. ID (fixed value) 2. Model name (FS-1575, FS-2575, FS-5075) $ PFEC,pidat, 1, 01.01 *hh<CR><LF> 1. ID (fixed value) 2. Software version (00.00 - 99.99) $ PFEC,pidat, 4, 0000, 0000, 4000, 0000, 0000, 0000, 0000, 0000 *hh<CR><LF>...

  • Page 177: Appendix 5 Parts List

    This equipment contains complex modules in which fault diagnosis and repair down to component level are not practical (IMO A.694(17)/8.3.1). Only some discrete components are used. FURUNO Electric Co., Ltd. Believes identifying these components is of no value for shipboard maintenance;...

  • Page 178

    APPENDIX 5 PARTS LIST Transceiver Unit FS-2575T Model FS-2575 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Unit Transceiver Unit FS-2575T Code No. PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD 05P0867B, PA 05P0874, PWR 05P0866B, DRV 05P0873, SW-REG 05P0871, P-SW 05P0864, PA-IF 05P0847A, WR1 05P0847B, WR2 05P0856, TX 05P0842, RX 05P0862B, RX-FIL 05P0870B, TX-FIL 05P0861, T-IF...

  • Page 179

    APPENDIX 5 PARTS LIST Control Unit FS-2575C FS-1575, FS-2575, FS-5075 Model ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Unit Control Unit FS-2575C PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD Code No. 05P0844, PANEL 05P0853, C-IF 05P0852, C-CPU Antenna Coupler AT-1575 FS-1575 Model ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Unit Antenna Coupler AT-1575 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD Code No.

  • Page 180: Appendix 6 Parts Location

    APPENDIX 6 PARTS LOCATION Transceiver Unit FS-1575T 05P0868 150WPA 05P0876 05P0864A 05P0874 05P0871 150WTX-FIL PA-IF P-SW 05P0847A 05P0847B 05P0856 Rear side 05P0860 05P0859 T-CPU 05P0861A 05P0842 05P0862B T-IF RX-FIL AP-26...

  • Page 181

    APPENDIX 6 PARTS LOCATION Transceiver Unit FS-2575T 05P0873 05P0866B 05P0867B SW-REG 05P0870B 05P0864 05P0874 05P0871 TX-FIL PA-IF P-SW 05P0847A 05P0847B 05P0856 Rear side 05P0860 05P0859 T-CPU 05P0861 05P0842 05P0862B T-IF RX-FIL AP-27...

  • Page 182

    APPENDIX 6 PARTS LOCATION Transceiver Unit FS-5075T 05P0870A 05P0866A 05P0867A 05P0867A TX-FIL 05P0873 05P0873 05P0869 05P0874 SW-REG SW-REG COMB 05P0871 05P0864 05P0872 P-SW PA-IF 05P0847A 05P0847B 05P0856 Rear side 05P0860 05P0842 - 05P0863 05P0861 05P0859 DUP-FIL T-IF T-CPU - 05P0862A RX-FIL (underneath DUP-FIL Board)

  • Page 183

    APPENDIX 6 PARTS LOCATION Control Unit FS-2575C 05P0844 (PANEL) 05P0853 (C-IF) 05P0852 (C-CPU) Antenna Copuler AT-5075 Antenna Copuler AT-1575 05P0875 05P0883 COUP COUP AP-29...

  • Page 184

    APPENDIX 6 PARTS LOCATION Terminal Unit IB-585 16P0283A TERM CPU 16P0287A TERM PWR 16P0214A PWR C 16P0289 SD USB Terminal Unit IB-583 16P0209A TERM CPU 16P0211A 16P0214 PWR C AP-30...

  • Page 185: Specifications

    FURUNO FS-1575/2575/5075 SPECIFICATIONS OF SSB RADIOTELEPHONE FS-1575/2575/5075 MF/HF DIGITAL RADIOTELEPHONE GENERAL 1.1.1 Communication system FS-1575/2575 Semi-duplex or simplex FS-5075 Full-duplex (option required), semi-duplex or simplex 1.1.2 Class of emission J3E: Telephone F1B (J2B): DSC and NBDP H3E: reception only A1A, F3C: requires settings for communications 1.1.3...

  • Page 186

    FURUNO FS-1575/2575/5075 DSC/WATCH KEEPING RECEIVER DIGITAL SELECTIVE CALLING 2.1.1 Frequency shift Mark: F-85Hz, Space: F+85 Hz (F: assigned frequency) 2.1.2 Baud rate 100 bps ± 30 x 10 2.1.3 Protocol ITU-R Rec.493-13, 541-9 2.1.4 Modulation 2.2 DSC/WATCH RECEIVER (DISTRESS) 2.2.1 Frequency range 2187.5/ 4207.5/ 6312.0/ 8414.5/ 12577.0/ 16804.5 kHz...

  • Page 187

    24 VDC: 0.6 A (IB-583), 12-24 VDC: 0.5-0.3 A (IB-585) Printer (PP-510, option) 24 VDC: 1.5 A AC/DC power supply unit PR-300 (for FS-1575, option) 100/110/200/220VAC, 1 phase, 50/60 Hz PR-850A (for FS-2575/5075, option) 100/110/120/200/220/240VAC, 1 phase, 50/60 Hz ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION...

  • Page 188: Index

    INDEX Individual message Abbreviation ..........AP-16 receiving...........5-6 sending.............5-1 Address book Individual message preparation ....6-17 deleting...........6-15 Intercom .............1-6 editing.............6-14 list............6-13 registration ..........6-13 Key assignment .........6-7 Alarm lists ..........6-24 Antenna selection ........6-11 Log file Area message deleting.............6-6 receiving..........5-14 opening ............6-5 sending...........5-12 Attenuator ..........2-6 Audio alarms ..........3-2 Maintenance ..........11-3 Auto ACK setting........6-21...

  • Page 189

    INDEX sending..........5-14 Noise blanker ..........2-5 Noise reduction ......... 2-5 Notch filter ..........2-6 Parst list ..........AP-23 Parst location ........AP-26 Polling request message......5-19 Position message eceiving ..........5-22 sending..........5-20 Position setting.......... 6-8 Power on/off ..........1-2 Printing message ........6-8 Priority ............

This manual also for:

Fs-5075, Fs-2575

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