FEA2105 Service Manual f 5[1].2003

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FURUNO ECDIS FEA-2100/2105 SERVICE MANUAL...

Description

Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) FEA-2100/2105 (VER. 02.03)

Your Local Agent/Dealer 9-52 Ashihara-cho, Nishinomiya, Japan Telephone :

0798-65-2111

Telefax :

0798-65-4200

All rights reserved.

Printed in Japan

FIRST EDITION : SEP. 1999 F

PUB.No. SME-41200-F (

) FEA-2100/2105

: MAY. 08,2003

*00080972300* *00080972300* *00080972300*

*SME41200F00* *SME41200F00* *SME41200F00*

APPLICATION FOR MANUAL REVISIONS Upon receipt of this manual, please fill in the necessary data. It is important that the addressee be the end user so that the operating personnel will receive all revisions to the manual. EQUIPMENT NAME ..........................................................….........................……...........……. SERIAL No ...................................................MODEL .....…….......................……........…..…... MANUAL TITLE ............................................................…............................…….............……. ............................................ MANUAL PART NUMBER .…..........................…….........…...…. ISSUE INDEX .................................... REVISION INDEX .............................…….........…....… PURCHASING AGENCY ............…................................................................…….........…...… NAME OF USER .....................….....................................................................……........…...… ADDRESS OF USER ............…...............................................................................….……….. ................................................................................................….…… ................................................................................................….…… ...............................................................................................……….. ATTN:......................................................................…..............….…. CHANGE RECORD RCS CODE/REV. INDEX

DATE

PURPOSE OF THE CHANGE

1.0

7.9.1997

Initial release of Technical manual

1.1 1.2 1.21 1.22 1.23 1.24

18.2.1998 13.12.1998 15.1.1999 24.5.1999 7.9.1999 3.11.1999

Based ECDIS version B1.14/B1.00 Draft release of new hardware Draft release of new hardware Draft release of new hardware Draft release of new hardware Draft release of new hardware

2.0 2.01 2.02 2.021

24.01.2000 10.04.2000 03.10.2000 19.12.2000

2.03

Release of BSH type approved system New release for ECDIS version 02.01 New release for ECDIS version 02.02 Some corrections added. Based on software version 02.02 08.04.2003 New release for ECDIS version 02.03

CHANGE REQUESTED BY

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Contents 1. Functional description

3

1.1 Introduction ........................................................................................ 3 1.2 Block Diagrams of ECDIS .................................................................. 4 1.3 ECDIS specifications .......................................................................... 8 1.3.1 General................................................................................ 8 1.3.2 Chart.................................................................................... 8 1.3.3 User interface ...................................................................... 8

2. Installation

13

2.1 General signal requirements ............................................................ 13 2.2 Sensor signal requirements.............................................................. 14 2.2.1 Introduction ........................................................................ 14 2.2.2 Standard interfaces............................................................ 14 2.2.3 Optional interfaces ............................................................. 15 2.3 Drawings .......................................................................................... 16 2.3.1 Dimensional ....................................................................... 16 2.3.2 Typical cabling ................................................................... 25 2.3.3 Typical connection ............................................................. 29 2.4 Hardware installation ........................................................................ 41 2.4.1 Pentium II Processor board ............................................... 41 2.4.2 SIO386 .............................................................................. 42 2.4.3 Radar Overlay.................................................................... 43 2.4.4 B-Adapter .......................................................................... 45 2.4.5 Ethernet cable connection.................................................. 47 2.5 Software installation ......................................................................... 48 2.5.1 Installation of Windows NT ................................................ 48 2.5.2 First time installation of ECDIS software ............................ 62 2.5.3 Upgrade of ECDIS software............................................... 67 2.5.4 Installation of Network connections.................................... 75 2.5.5 Removal of Network connections....................................... 77 2.5.6 Installation of a telecommunication connection to a RENC 78 2.6 Sensor installation ............................................................................ 86 2.6.1 A-Adapter .......................................................................... 86 2.6.2 B-Adapter .......................................................................... 87 2.6.3 Radar Overlay.................................................................... 88 2.6.4 Parameters ........................................................................ 89

3. Selftest

113

3.1 Introduction .................................................................................... 113 3.2 Functional tests .............................................................................. 114 3.2.1 CPU and Memory test...................................................... 114 3.2.2 Display test ...................................................................... 115 3.2.3 Analog test....................................................................... 117

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3.2.4 Alarm test ........................................................................ 117 3.2.5 Drives test ....................................................................... 118 3.2.6 Network test .................................................................... 118 3.2.7 Control Panel test ............................................................ 119 3.3 Color Calibration ............................................................................ 120 3.3.1 Initial factory calibration ................................................... 120 3.3.2 Field service check of calibration without any instruments120 3.3.3 Field service check of calibration using MINOLTA CA-100122

4. Maintenance

125

4.1 Trouble shooting of the ECDIS processor ...................................... 125 4.1.1 Hardware structure of the ECDIS processor .................... 126 4.1.2 Windows NT users Ecdis and Administrator .................... 133 4.1.3 Hard disk related problems .............................................. 136 4.1.4 Display related problems ................................................. 137 4.1.5 ARCS charts related problems ........................................ 138 4.1.6 Control panel related problem.......................................... 140 4.1.7 Floppy or CD-ROM related error...................................... 143 4.1.8 Network related problems ................................................ 144 4.2 Trouble shooting of the interfaces .................................................. 147 4.2.1 Navigation sensors don't have any names or their names are corrupted .................................................................................. 147 4.2.2 SIO386 communications processor problems.................. 148 4.2.3 Serial data Sensor interface problems ............................. 151 4.2.4 Analog Sensor interface problems ................................... 157 4.2.5 Radar Overlay interface problems ................................... 161 4.2.6 Track Pilot communication problems ............................... 162

5. Failure mode analysis

163

5.1 Introduction .................................................................................... 163 5.2 Failure mode analysis of minimum system..................................... 163 5.2.1 External failures............................................................... 165 5.2.2 Internal failures ................................................................ 166 5.3 Failure mode analysis of minimum system with Track Pilot............ 168 5.3.1 External failures............................................................... 170 5.3.2 Internal failures ................................................................ 172

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1. Functional description

1.1 Introduction The ECDIS has been designed to meet ECDIS Type Approval standard IEC 61174 including RCDS requirements of the Chapter 7. This ECDIS includes a lot of functionality which goes over the minimum ECDIS performance requirements of IMO as specified in IEC 61174.

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1.2 Block Diagrams of ECDIS

FIG. 1.1. General layout of ECDIS. System composition including all optional units.

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FIG 1.2. Layout of ECDIS EC1000.

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FIG 1.3. Layout of ECDIS EC1000 with Track Pilot.

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FIG 1.4. Layout of ECDIS EC1000 as Planning / Backup Station.

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1.3 ECDIS specifications 1.3.1 General ECDIS processor consists of an electronics cabinet, control keyboard and interface adapters. Connection to the control keyboard is made with serial communication line. Connection to interface adapters are from special ports. One single ECDIS processor can be used for both route planning and route monitoring. There can be an additional identical ECDIS processor, which is used for route planning, to fulfil backup arrangements for replacing of the paper charts. These two ECDIS processors are connected together with Local Area Network of ETHERNET type. The unit is completely self powered from the 24 VDC supply. Equipment category of the ECDIS according IEC 60945 is "protected from the weather".

1.3.2 Chart Chart Usable chart material: · IHO/IMO S57 edition 3 ENC vectorized material · BA ARCS rasterized material · C-MAP CM93/2 vectorized material Graphical display of the chart · underscale indication · overscale indication · true and relative motion north-up presentation · manual and automatic true motion reset with user definable distance from the border · set chart center and set ship offcenter function · selection of displayed items of the chart (if chart data content allows) Chart updating Loading and conversion to internal format from following standards: · S57ed3 · British Admiralty ARCS Loading of automatic updates · S57ed3 · British Admiralty ARCS

1.3.3 User interface Navigation calculation · navigation calculation could handle 5 position fixing systems, 2 gyro compasses, single axis log and dual axis log. · it calculates own ship navigation data as follows: · primary source is either any single position fixing system, any combination of two or more position fixing systems or Kalman filter based on one or more position fixing systems.

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secondary source is any single position fixing system. last backup source is dead reckoning based on gyro and log. Kalman filter automatically exclude sensors whose output data is unreliable minimum configurations for Kalman filter are: gyro + log + position or gyro + 2 positions with smg/cmg. · navigation calculation performs required datum conversions in order to have all positions in equal datum · navigation calculation accepts manual data for speed, course and drift. · navigation calculation alarms about unreliable sensors (position, gyro and log) · navigation calculation alarms about missing sensor signals (position, gyro and log) · acceptance of position adjust with radar trackball discrepancy check and alarm between primary and secondary position calculation of own ship predicted position graphical display of own ship on both ECDIS and radar screens graphical display of own ship at predicted position on both ECDIS and radar screens

Route monitoring · there are two routes: monitored and planned · monitored route is used for steering · planned route is editable · user can exchange monitored and planned route together · user can copy monitored route to planned route · graphical display of route center line for both monitored and planned · shows monitored route center line on radar screen (last + 4 next waypoints) · numerical and graphical display of monitored route limits · shows monitored route limits on radar screen (last + 4 next waypoints) · when current route leg is great circle then it is automatically divided into successive 10 NM rhumbline segments · display of current planned and next planned course · display of turn radius and rate for the next waypoint · calculation and display of off-track and an alarm if needed · calculation and display of distance to wheel over point · calculation and display of time to wheel over point · calculation and display of distance to final waypoint · calculation and display of ETA to final waypoint using planned speed profile, current speed or trial speed · calculation and display of ETA to selected waypoint using planned speed profile, current speed or trial speed · display of planned speed if specified · display of planned ETA to final waypoint if using timetable · calculation and display of off plan (time) if using timetable · calculation and display of suggested speed if using timetable · alarm for crossing the own ship safety contour · indication for grossing a prohibited area or an area with special conditions User Chart · graphical display of the user chart over the chart · shows "nearest" part of the user chart on radar screen (60 lines and 20 symbols) Navigation notebook · automatic and/or manual notebook function to tell operator position based information like: passing distance, pilot calling, shallow water warnings etc. This function is called Pilot Data. · Notebook pages are displayed both on ECDIS and radar screens Technical Manual ECDIS

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ARPA Target display · displays range, bearing, speed, course, CPA and TCPA of selected ARPA Radar target. · displays graphically ARPA Radar targets over the nautical chart Voyage recording · there is a round buffer recording for previous 12 hours · previous 12 hour recording includes: · own ship data: · time · position · position adjust offset · heading · speed · chart data: · source · edition · issue data · cell/chart identifier · update history · chart data: · ENC source · ENC edition · ENC date · ENC cell · ENC update history as latest update included · previous 12 hour recording can be stored for later use · there is also recording of an entire voyage · user selects time mark interval between 15 minutes to 4 hours · entire voyage recording include same own ship data as previous 12 hour recording · entire voyage recordings can be stored for later use · direct pushbuttons for storing include: · MOB = Man Over Board · event · there is also recording of danger targets · user selects TCPA and logging interval for recording: · time · position · type · speed · course · CPA · TCPA · danger targets recordings can be stored for later use · Paper copy of recordings · user can print recorded data: · last 12 hours recordings (details log) · entire voyage recordings (voyage log) · danger targets recordings (danger targets log) Plotting · user defined time for plotting and plotting interval for: · own ship 10 · Functional description

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· targets · maximum recorded time is previous 120 minutes Navigation tools · navigation tools include: · 2 pieces of EBL · 2 pieces of VRM · 2 pieces of parallel index line · 2 sets of range rings · 2 pieces of reference points Data exchange with radars Following data is exchanged between connected radar displays and the ECDIS: · speed (bi-directional) · course (bi-directional) · heading (bi-directional) · tracked targets for position calculation (bi-directional) · other tracked targets (receive) · curved headline (transmit) · notebook pages (Pilot Data 15 characters * 10 lines) · charts (80 elements of lines and symbols) · position adjust (bi-directional) Compass heading correction · automatic gyro error compensation based on radar tracked targets which could be used in addition to build speed/latitude corrector of the gyro system · alternatively speed/latitude error compensation based on well known correction table method · manual gyro correction Route planning · creation of a route · modification of an existing route · one route has max 200 waypoints · parameters defined during the planning stage: · general parameters: · name · speed limit · max latitude · min latitude · ETD for the first waypoint · ETA for the last waypoint · waypoint parameters: · name · latitude · longitude · radius of turn · channel limits · rhumb line or great circle · speed limits · based on the defined data, the ECDIS processor calculates optimum speed and course between each waypoint, ETA and fuel consumption. There are 4 calculation strategies: Max Speed, Timetable, Lowest Cost and Best Profit. In case of great circle sailing between two waypoints the Basic System calculates max and min latitudes and if needed adds an extra waypoint not to go over min or max latitude.

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· checking for crossing the safety contour and for entering a prohibited area User Chart planning · one user chart consists of following elements: · max 2000 lines · max 1000 symbols · max 200 drawing points which are used for making sub-charts for radar displays · full editing capabilities including erase, change, copy etc. · during navigation from the user chart a sub-chart with 80 nearest elements is superimposed on radar picture Reference targets · one reference target file consists of following elements: · max 100 targets for position calculation · full editing capabilities including erase, change, copy etc. · during navigation from the reference target file a subset-with 8 nearest targets is tracked with ARPA radar to solve own ship position Navigation notebook planning · full notebook (Pilot data) creation and editing facilities · one notebook page includes: · position · range of usability · text Other functions · installation parameters maintenance Radar Echo Overlay · Radar Echo Overlay can be displayed on chart display · three different radar antenna locations can be detected · independent adjustment for each radar: · gain · sea clutter · rain clutter · common adjustment for all radars · video polarity · trigger polarity · hi-Z or 75W video input impedance · hi-Z or 75W trigger input impedance Chart Alarm · full selection of IMO defined alarm categories with S57 charts · additional user defined alarm category · manual updates can be used to create unsafe areas and points · user defined and manual update based chart alarms operate even with ARCS charts · own ship safe sector · check of planned route · highlight of dangers for monitored route · highlight of dangers for planned route Manual Updates · full editing capabilities of S57 chart objects · easy editor for most common sea marks · possibility to store and recall · operates both with IMO/IHO S-57 and ARCS charts

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2. Installation

2.1 General signal requirements Power requirements · Main supply

24 VDC +30%...-25% 4A

Control Panel · one interface Service Keyboard · one interface to standard PC AT keyboard with 5-pin DIN connector Printer · Centronics parallel connector · Any Windows NT compatible printer can be used using installation instruction provided with the printer LAN · IEEE 802.3 ETHERNET · Cable connector RJ-45. Video output · one output · 15 pin PC-connectors · signals: Red, Green, Blue, Horizontal Sync and Vertical Sync · video timings Operating mode

PC Boot

PC Setup WinNT Boot

Graphics VESA 60 Hz: FEA-2105

Graphics VESA 75 Hz: CONRAC 9821 CONRAC 9521

Hor pixel

640

640

1280

1280

Ver pixel

350

350

1024

1024

Hor Sync

31 kHz

31.5 kHz

64 kHz

80 kHz

Ver Sync

69 Hz

70 Hz

60 Hz

75 Hz

Hor Sync

posit.

negat.

posit.

posit.

Ver Sync

negat.

posit.

posit.

posit.

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2.2 Sensor signal requirements 2.2.1 Introduction The main method to transfer data between a sensor and the ECDIS is IEC-61162-1 Ed.1 Standard serial communication link. In the standard configuration the system has one serial communication channel interface, AAdapter, to communicate with up to eight external devices in serial format. Optionally the ECDIS can be interface to analog signals through a B-Adapter.

2.2.2 Standard interfaces Gyro compass · One serial type of gyro compass ( IEC 61162-1 Ed.1 message $XXHDT..., min 1 message per second. With Radar overlay the recommendation is 5 messages per second) Speed log · One serial data output dual axis speed log ( IEC 61162-1 Ed.1 message $XXVBW.... or NMEA V1.5 message $PKVBW… or NMEA V1.5 message $PSALL, min 1 message per 2 seconds). Positioning equipment · Two positioning equipment can be connected using one of the following communication protocols: 1. IEC 61162-1 Ed.1 messages $XXGLL, $XXVTG and $XXZDA 2. IEC 61162-1 Ed.1 messages $XXGGA, $XXVTG and $XXZDA 3. NMEA V1.5 messages $XXPAT, $XXSHR,POS, $XXVTG and $XXZDA (NOTE! Not covered by IEC 61174 type approval of the system) 4. Furuno CIF Format (NOTE! Not covered by IEC 61174 type approval of the system) 5. Sercel Syledis Format (NOTE! Not covered by IEC 61174 type approval of the system) · notes: · min message rate is 1 message per 5 seconds · recommended rate is 1 message per second · alternatives 1, 2 and 3 has separate talker identifier selection for VTG and GLL/GGA/PAT · message $XXZDA should only be used with one of the position equipment · only alternatives 2 and 3 has Differential-flag for DGPS use. · only equipment, which has fixed datum (like WGS-84) in their position message should be used. ARPA Radar · Two ARPA radars can be connected using one of the following communication protocols 1. IEC 61162-1 Ed.1 standard messages $XXOSD and $XXTTM for receive and messages $ECGLL, $ECDPT and $ECMWV for transmit. Targets numbered from 1 to 40 are accepted in TTM message. The datum of GLL message is fixed and it is WGS84. 2. FURUNO interface with IEC 61162-1 Ed.1 standard messages $XXOSD and $XXTTM for receive and messages $IIGLL, $IIOSD for transmit + proprietary messages for user charts, routes, curved ebl etc. 3. Selesmar Special binary format

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Alarm outputs · ECDIS failure as open contact (Contact closed is No Failure) Service Keyboard · one interface to standard PC AT keyboard with 5-pin DIN connector

2.2.3 Optional interfaces Track Pilot · Serial data interface based on NMEA V1.5 messages for EMRI SEM-200 trackpilot (NOTE! Not covered by IEC 61174 type approval of the system) · Or serial data interface based on NMEA messages for YOKOGAWA autopilot (NOTE! Not covered by IEC 61174 type approval of the system) Gyro compass · One analog type gyro compass (90-135VAC Synchro 1:360 or 20-48 VDC Stepper 1/6º) Speed log · One analog pitot log (200 pulses/nm) Echo Sounder · One serial output type echo sounder (IEC 61162-1 Ed.1 message $XXDBT... , min 1 message per 5 seconds) Wind measuring device · One serial output type wind sensor (IEC 61162-1 Ed.1 message $XXMWV..., min 1 message per 10 seconds) Positioning equipment · one additional positioning equipment Route Backup to GP-80 · One serial input type Furuno DGPS receiver GP-80 (IEC 61162-1 Ed.1 based proprietary messages) Alarm outputs · ROUTE MONITOR: OUTSIDE CHANNEL LIMITS alarm as open contact (Contact closed is No Alarm) · ROUTE MONITOR: WAYPOINT APPROACH alarm as open contact (Contact closed is No Alarm) · ECHO: DEPTH BELOW LIMIT alarm as open contact (Contact closed is No Alarm) · NAVIGATION SENSOR ALARM as open contact (Contact closed is No Alarm) · ANY ECDIS ALARM as open contact (Contact closed is No Alarm) · OPERATOR FITNESS notice as closed contact (Contact open is No activity) Radar Overlay · Video: min 2 Vpp, max 5 Vpp, positive or negative polarity · Trigger: min 5 V, max 30 V, positive or negative polarity, zero distance · Headline: min 5 V, max 30 V, positive or negative polarity · Azimuth: min 5 V, max 30 V, positive polarity, 128…1024 pulses / 360º · Selection: 2 pieces of selection inputs to define parameter set selection for Radar Overlay. The inputs are coded and give a possibility to define 3 alternative radars. Selection input: min 5 V, max 24 V

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2.3 Drawings 2.3.1 Dimensional This paragraph includes following figures: FIG. 2.1. ECDIS processor dimensions - top. FIG. 2.2. ECDIS processor dimensions - left. FIG. 2.3. ECDIS processor dimensions -front. FIG. 2.4. ECDIS processor dimensions - right. FIG. 2.5. Control Panel dimensions. FIG. 2.6. A-Adapter dimensions FIG. 2.7. B-Adapter dimensions FIG. 2.8. Console Mounting, alternative 1

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FIG. 2.1. ECDIS processor dimensions - top.

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FIG. 2.2. ECDIS processor dimensions - left.

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FIG. 2.3. ECDIS processor dimensions -front. Technical Manual ECDIS

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FIG. 2.4. ECDIS processor dimensions - right.

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FIG. 2.5. Control Panel dimensions.

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FIG. 2.6. A-Adapter dimensions

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FIG. 2.7. B-Adapter dimensions

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FIG 2.8. Console Mounting

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2.3.2 Typical cabling This paragraph includes following figures: FIG. 2.9. Typical cabling. FIG. 2.10. Typical cabling with options. FIG. 2.11. Typical cabling with Track Pilot.

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FIG. 2.9. Typical cabling

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FIG. 2.10. Typical cabling with options

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FIG. 2.11. Typical cabling with Track Pilot

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2.3.3 Typical connection This paragraph includes following figures: FIG. 2.12. ECDIS Processor FIG. 2.13. A-Adapter FIG. 2.14. A-Adapter with options FIG. 2.15. A-Adapter with Track Pilot FIG. 2.16. A-Adapter as Planning / Backup Station FIG. 2.17. B-Adapter FIG. 2.18. ECDIS Processor connectors - back panel FIG. 2.19. ECDIS Processor connectors - front panel FIG. 2.20. Control Panel connector. FIG. 2.21. A-Adapter connectors FIG. 2.22. B-Adapter connectors

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FIG. 2.12. ECDIS Processor

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FIG. 2.13. A-Adapter

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FIG. 2.14. A-Adapter with options

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FIG. 2.15. A-Adapter with Track Pilot

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FIG. 2.16. A-Adapter as Planning / Backup Station (only one position receiver connected)

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FIG. 2.17. B-Adapter

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FIG. 2.18. ECDIS Processor connectors - back panel.

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FIG. 2.19. ECDIS Processor connectors - front panel. Technical Manual ECDIS

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FIG. 2.20. Control Panel connector.

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FIG. 2.21. A-Adapter connectors

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FIG. 2.22. B-Adapter connectors

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2.4 Hardware installation 2.4.1 Pentium II Processor board Used Pentium II processor board is TEKNOR PCI-941 Pentium II Industrial SBC The PCI-941 jumper settings are shown on Figure below.

W3 W18

W5

10

2

W2

1

1

3

9

W1

W6 1

W4 1

W9

3 1

W10

W7 3

2

3 1

4

3

W11

1

1

W16

W8 3

1

3

2

8

1

7

2 1

6 5 3

1

3

W14

W12

W13 W15

W17

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2.4.2 SIO386 RESET SWITCH

S1 +5V LED1 LED2 LED3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

X7

X6

X5

To set card address, use S1 DIL switch according following table: S1/1

S1/2

S1/3

Address

ON

ON

ON

200h Factory default

ON

ON

OFF

220h

ON

OFF

ON

240h

ON

OFF

OFF

260h

OFF

ON

ON

300h

OFF

ON

OFF

320h

OFF

OFF

ON

340h

OFF

OFF

OFF

360h

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2.4.3 Radar Overlay Hi/Lo Diff. STC STC Length Shape

Video Gain

R11

R87 R89 R12 R14 J6

R88 R53 R13

Radar 2

J7 J11

3

1 3

1

Radar 2 Radar 1

Radar 3

1 3

1 3

Radar 3

Radar 1

J8

1 2

J12

2 1

J13 3

1

J10

1 2 3 4 ON OFF SW1

Potentiometer

Function

R53

Difference between HI and LO video

R11

Video gain

Radar 1

Radar 2

Radar 3

Function

R12

R13

R14

STC length

R87

R88

R89

STC shape

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Jumper

Position

Furuno Selesmar

Function

J6

1-2

1-2

Factory default

J7 J8

2-3

2-3

1-2

1-2

2-3

2-3

Negative Video Polarity Factory default

1-2

1-2

Positive Video Polarity Factory default

2-3 J10 J11

Positive Video Polarity

2-3

1-2

Negative Video Polarity Positive HL Polarity

2-3

2-3

2-3

Negative HL Polarity Factory default

1-2

1-2

1-2

Trigger Polarity Positive Edge Factory default

2-3

Trigger Polarity Negative Edge

J12

ON

Video 75W terminator in use Factory default

J13

ON

Trigger 75W terminator in use Factory default

To set card address, use SW1 DIL switch according following table: SW1/1

SW1/2

SW1/3

SW1/4

Address

ON

ON

ON

ON

200h

OFF

ON

ON

ON

220h

ON

OFF

ON

ON

240h

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

260h

ON

ON

OFF

ON

280h

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

2A0h

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

2C0h

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

2E0h

ON

ON

ON

OFF

300h

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

320h

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

340h

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

360h Factory default

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

380h

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

3A0h

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

3C0h

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

36Eh

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2.4.4 B-Adapter All setting of B-Adapter are for gyro compass.

J2

J1 TS13

IC 1 1

400 ST SY 1 2 3

GYRO PHASE 1 GYRO PHASE 2 GYRO PHASE 3 GYRO REFERENCE

ASPO SYSTEMS OY ADAPTER B IC 1

IC 1 -COMMON

+COMMON 1

1

Jumper

Position

Function

400

open

50/60 Hz Synchro

1-2

400 Hz Synchro

1-2

Stepper

2-3

Synchro

ST SY

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CONNECTION-B

R22 R21

R20 R19

R18 R17

R17 R18 R19 R20

SYNCHRO 90-135VAC

STEPPER 20-48VDC

2K2 10K 10K 10K

1K 2K7 2K7 2K7

Factory default is SYNCHRO 90-135 VAC. If you have a STEPPER 20-48 VDC, you need to replace resistors R17, R18, R19 and R20 with values given in the table above. Connector J38 pin

Stepper

Synchro

S0

common

not used

S1

phase 1

phase 1

S2

phase 2

phase 2

S3

phase 3

phase 3

R1H

not used

live of reference if peak voltage is more than 60V

R1L

not used

live of reference if peak voltage is less than 60V

R2

not used

common of reference

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2.4.5 Ethernet cable connection One ECDIS can be connected to another ECDIS through LAN (Local Area Network) using RJ45 connectors. Cable used between two ECDIS devices should be UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair). See figures and tables below:

Figure 1. RJ45 Female connector (At the ECDIS)

Figure 2. RJ45 Male connector (At the cable) Table 1. Pinout of female connector at ECDIS Pin Name Description 1 TX+ Tranceive Data+ 2 TXTranceive Data3 RX+ Receive Data+ 4 n/c Not connected 5 n/c Not connected 6 RXReceive Data7 n/c Not connected 8 n/c Not connected Table 2. Wiring of the twisted cable First end Second Pin end Pin 1 3 2 6 3 1 6 2

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2.5 Software installation 2.5.1 Installation of Windows NT To install Windows NT4.0 you need 3 Setup boot disks labelled as Microsoft Windows NT Workstation and CD labelled as Microsoft Windows NT Workstation, Operating System Version 4.0. 1. Insert Windows NT Setup Boot Disk #1 to drive a: and press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys. During the installation Setup will read files from floppy disk. 2. Insert floppy disk #2 to floppy disk drive, when Setup asks you to do it. During the installation there will be a few windows with questions. Answer the question as follows: · In Welcome to Setup window press · In next window Setup tries to find mass storage, press 3. Insert floppy disk #3 to floppy disk drive. During the installation Setup will find Adapter SCSI-driver for CD-ROM drive and PCI IDE Controller and show name of drivers on the screen. · Do not specify additional mass storage devices to continue press 4. Insert WINDOWS NT WORKGROUP CD-ROM in CD-ROM drive and press . · Licence agreement window use Page down to move end of document. If you agree it press F8 · In Hardware Setup window Computer: Standard PC Display: Auto detect Keyboard: XT, AT, or Enhanced Keyboard Keyboard layout: US Pointing device: Microsoft Serial Mouse At the end highlight No Changes and press · In Partition window select partition, in which Windows NT installs If the only partition is C: NTFS or unpartitioned space, press If there are other partitions, highlight each partition one by one and press , until you have only partition C: NTFS then press · Setup will install Windows NT into partition C: NTFS select option format the partition using NTFS file system and press · Confirm the path \WINNT in which files are saved pressing · Setup will examine the hard disk, press · Setup asks you to remove floppy disk and CD-ROM from drives. Remove them and press . The computer will be shut down and restart automatically and then Setup will continue. · Insert Disk Dialog box. Insert CD-ROM to drive and press OK. · Windows NT Setup Select option 1 of 3 1) Gathering information about your computer press Next · Setup Options Select Typical press Next · In Name and Organisation dialog box fill the fields as follows Name: ECDIS Company: press Next

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· In Registration dialog box Enter Product ID from Certification of Authenticity of Windows NT press Next · In Computer name dialog box Computer name: EC1000 press Next · In Administrator Account Setup dialog box Password: Administrator Confirm password: Administrator press Next · In Emergency Repair Disk Dialog box Select Yes press Next · In Windows NT Components dialog box Select Install the most common components press Next · Windows NT Setup Select option 2 of 3 2) Installing Windows NT Networking press Next · In Network dialog box Select This computer will participate on a network and also Wired to the network press Next · To search Network Adapter press Search now if Intel 82557 -based 10/100 Ethernet PCI Adapter found Press Next · In Intel PROset dialog box press OK · Windows NT is ready to start the Network… press Next · Select the networking protocol as NetBEUI Protocol press Next · Windows NT is now ready to install networking components. Press Next · Enter participating Workgroup Make this computer member of Workgroup: ECDIS press Next · Windows NT Setup Select option 3 of 3 3) Finishing Setup press Finish · In Date/Time Properties dialog box Set desired time and zone then press Close · In Detected Display dialog box shows cirrus compatible display adapter press OK Technical Manual ECDIS

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· In Display Properties dialog box set Color Palette: 16 colors Desktop Area: 800 by 600 Refresh Frequency: 75 Hz press Test NOTE! 256 colors and 1280 by 1024 will be selected later ! · Confirm Testing press OK · Test window appears, if you saw it properly press Yes in Testing Mode dialog box. · In Display Settings dialog box To save settings Press OK · To close Display Properties Dialog box press OK · In Setup dialog box Insert floppy disk “Emergency repair disk” into drive A: press OK · In Windows NT Setup dialog box Windows NT has installed successfully press Restart to restart computer

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2.5.1.1 Creation of user ECDIS Stand Alone ECDIS program has to have Username called ecdis in Windows NT. To create Username ecdis and install software proceed as follows: 1. Login as Administrator. 2. Select Programs>Administrative Tools>User Manager from the Start menu

An User Manager window appears. 3. Select New User from the User menu.

4. A New User dialog box appears

Complete the dialog box as shown above. Press Groups button.

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5. A Group Membership dialog box appears.

Complete A Group Membership dialog box and press OK. 6. Close A New User dialog box, press OK. 7. Now you have an ecdis username.

Select Exit from the User menu. 8. Select Shut down from Start menu and select Close all programs and log on as a different user in Shut Down Windows dialog box.

9. Login as user ecdis

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2.5.1.2 Setup of Windows NT Service Pack To install Windows NT Service Pack, proceed as follows: 1. Open Windows NT Explorer. 2. Insert ECDIS - Software Installation CD-ROM into CD-ROM drive. 3. Run Update Application in D:\Support\NT4sp4\I386\Update directory

4. In Service Pack Setup dialog box, select Accept the License Agreement as shown below and press Install.

5. Setup updates system files. If following message appears "C:\winnt\system32… already exists. Do you want replace this file?" Press No. 6. After Setup has completed the updating it will ask you to restart computer, to restart press Restart. 7. Logon as ecdis user 8. Following dialog box appears. This is indication of incorrect driver of Network Adapter. The driver will be updated later.

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Press OK. 9. Following dialog box appears

Press No. 10.Open Windows NT Explorer.

Run Y2ksetup application in D:\Support\NT4sp4\I386\Update directory. 11.In Windows NT Service Pack dialog box

press Yes to install correct versions.

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12.The Setup will take care of installation as follow

13.When Year 2000 installation is completed restart your computer,

to restart press OK. 14.After restart Setup continues as follow,

15.When setup of Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 is ready, following window appears,

Close the window.

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16.When you next time start Windows NT you will get following window:

Remove selection in "Show this next time you log in" and press Close.

2.5.1.3 Update of Network Adapter software In order to get Network running you have to update your Network Adapter drivers. To do this, proceed as follows: 1. Logon as ecdis user. 2. Open Control Panel window from Start menu. 3. Double click Network icon in Control Panel window. 4. Open Adapters sheet in Network dialog box.

Press Update button. 5. A following dialog box appears,

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6. Press Close in Network dialog box. 7. In Network settings change dialog box press Yes to restart your computer. 8. Logon as ecdis user. 9. Open Control Panel window from Start menu. 10.Double click Intel PROset icon in Control Panel window.

11.In Adapter Properties dialog box

press Settings button 12.In Adapter Settings dialog box

press Advanced button.

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13.In Advanced Adapter Settings dialog box

Set Adaptive Transmit Treshold's and Adaptive Technology's values Off. Press OK. 14.Close Adapter Settings dialog box, press OK. Close Adapter Properties dialog box, press OK.

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2.5.1.4 Installation of Display Adapter software In order to get higher resolution and more color in use, proceed as follows: 1. Logon as ecdis user. 2. Open Control Panel window from Start menu. 3. Double click Display icon in Control Panel window. 4. Select Settings sheet in Display Properties dialog box. 5. Press Display Type button. 6. In Display Type dialog box press Change button.

7. In Change Display dialog box press Have Disk button. 8. Insert ECDIS software installation CD-ROM and enter path

and press OK. 9. Confirm that you are installing Third-party driver by pressing OK. 10.In Installing Driver dialog box, press OK. To close Display Type dialog box, press Close. To close Display Properties dialog box, press Close. 11.To restart computer press Yes. 12.Open Control Panel window from Start menu. 13.Double click Display icon in Control Panel window.

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14.Select Settings sheet in Display Properties dialog box.

Settings should be as shown above for Settings should be as shown above for CONRAC 9821 or CONRAC 9521 FEA 2105 15.Test your settings, press Test button. 16.Close Display Properties dialog box, press OK.

2.5.1.5 Installation of Network printer Hardware installation of HP JetDirect EX Plus3 1. Connect the print server to the network. 2. Connect the print server to the printer, attach printer to port 1 (config page). 3. Plug the power module into the back of print server. 4. Plug the power module into the wall outlet. 5. Check the LEDs on the print server. The Status LED should be green. For troubleshooting information, see the Troubleshooting chapter in the HP JetDirect Family of Print Servers Software Installation Guide. 6. Turn on the power to your printer. 7. Print a configuration page by pressing and releasing the test button on print server. 8. If the configuration page displays the message I/O CARD READY, you have successfully completed the hardware installation. If not, see the Troubleshooting chapter in the HP JetDirect Family of Print Servers Software Installation Guide.

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2.5.1.6 Installation of HP LaserJet 6MP printer software Installing the DLC Transport and driver for the HP JetDirect print server 1. Login as Administrator. 2. Double click the Control Panel icon, then double click the Network icon. 3. Click Add Software and Select DLC Protocol in the Add Network Software window. 4. Insert WindowsNT workstation installation CD-ROM to CD-ROM drive. 5. In WindowsNT Setup window, check path is D:\i386\ and press Continue. 6. Click Continue, then reboot your system for the installation to take effect. 7. To verify the DLC software installed, make sure that DLC protocol appears in the Installed Network Software list box of the Networks Settings window. 8. Select Print Manager from Main group. 9. Select Create Printer from the Printer menu. 10.In Create Printer window, type a name for the printer in the Printer Name field. 11.Select Hp LaserJet 5MP from the Driver list box. 12.Select Other from the Print to list box. 13.In Print Destinations window select Hewlett-Packard Network Port from the Available Print Destinations list. (NOTE, if Hewlett-Packard Network Port does not appear as a choice in the window, the DLC Transport and driver are not installed, continue step 2. 14.In Add Hewlett-Packard Peripheral Port window type a name for port in the Name field. 15.Type LAN HARDWARE address in the Card Address field. This address must match the one listed under "LAN HW ADDRESS" on the network configuration page (also called a selftest page or configuration plot). 16.Click OK to exit the window. 17.To share the printer, click Share the Printer on the Network in the share box. The share name defaults to the printer name. Click OK to exit the Create Printer window. 18.A window from selected model's device driver appears.

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2.5.2 First time installation of ECDIS software 1. Login as user ecdis 2. Open Start menu of Windows NT, select Run from the menu 3. Enter following to Open line in Run window:

And press OK. 4. A following Warning window appears, press OK button and installation continues.

5. A Setup wizard starts a guided ECDIS software installation.

If window above appears, you have to set Administrator privilege for ecdis user. 6. Select "ECDIS Version 02.03" type of Setup

and press Next button.

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7. Select desired components to install

and press Next button. Note: above example is with optional radar overlay (default).

Note: above example is without optional radar overlay. 8. Enter password for ecdis user and HASP Pin NO

and press Next button.

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9. To share directory of ants_system and CD-ROM for Network use enter names into fields

and press Next button. 10. Select Base Port and Interrupt for SIO386 card

and press Next button. 11. If you have an optional Radar Overlay card installed, select Base Port

and press Next button.

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12. Select monitor

13. To start installation press Next button.

14. You can view progress of installation.

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15. When installation is completed following window appears

Press Finish to shut down and restart the computer.

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2.5.3 Upgrade of ECDIS software 2.5.3.1 Important things to do before upgrade When you upgrade ECDIS system some information will be removed permanently from the hard disk. Some of the information may need later, therefore if it is necessary make paper copy of Voyage Log files. Make also notes of manual updates which you have to make manually again after upgrading. Note! When upgrading the ECDIS software, check also that Service Pack 4 of Windows NT has been installed. For more information to install Windows NT Service Pack, see "Setup of Windows NT Service Pack" on page 53

2.5.3.2 Loading of ECDIS software You can upgrade ECDIS software by using ECDIS installation CD-ROM. To upgrade ECDIS software, proceed as follows: 1. Logon as ECDIS user. Note! When your system runs ECDIS program, you are already logged as ECDIS user. 2. You already have ECDIS installed and you have to shut down ECDIS program before you can make a new installation. To shut down ECDIS program, use ECAWATCH window to do it

Press Shutdown the ECDIS button. 3. Then you will get an empty screen which prevents normal user to enter the operating system. You close the empty screen by pressing Alt and F4 keys of the service keyboard together.

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4. Open Start menu of Windows NT, select Run from the menu 5. Enter following to Open line in Run window:

And press OK. 6. A following window appears to remind you that you have to "Shut down the ECDIS" using ECAWATCH program in step 2 and to close background window in step 3. If you forget to do either step 2 or 3, then later the installation is terminated by the error message described in step 17.

7. A Setup wizard starts a guided ECDIS software installation.

If above window appears, you have to set Administrator privilege for ecdis user. 8. Select "ECDIS Version 02.03" type of Setup

and press Next button.

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9. Select desired components to install

and press Next button. Note: above example is with optional radar overlay (default).

Note: above example is without optional radar overlay. 10. Confirm your old password for ecdis user and HASP Pin NO

and press Next button.

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11. To share directory of ants_system and CD-ROM for Network use enter names into fields

and press Next button. 12. Confirm old settings of Base Port and Interrupt for SIO386 card

and press Next button. Note, If your system have different Base Port and Interrupt, confirm the old value of your system. 13. If you have an optional Radar Overlay card installed, confirm old settings of Base Port

and press Next button.

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14. Select "Leave calibration unchanged" if you are upgrading the software.

15. Automatic erase of the old situation memory and internal files using older internal format.

When you install new version of ECDIS software, make selection as above. Press Next button. NOTE! If you reinstall the equal version of the ECDIS software to solve some service problem, you may remove the tick from "S57 Senc files". If you do so, then you do not need to wait several hours while the ECDIS convert the SENC files again after the upgrade. 16. To start installation press Next button.

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17. You can view progress of installation.

18. If errors occur during installation following message appears:

Reason for failure is that one or more components of ECDIS program are running. Press OK, then logoff Windows NT and start from step 1. NOTE! Typical reason for above message is that you forgot to perform steps 2 and 3 properly. 19. When installation is completed following window appears Press Finish to shut down and restart the computer.

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2.5.3.3 Important things to do after upgrade After the ECDIS program has been upgraded you have to do some initialisation of ECDIS to get back the situation you had before upgrading. Automatic erase of the old situation memory and internal files has removed following setups and files from hard disk. · Chart details has been set as initial default values. More information to set desired values, see Operators Manual chapter "Control of visible chart features". · Select Navigation sensors used in Sensor page. · SENC format of S57 charts has been removed. Convert S57 charts into SENC format, see chapter "How to convert already loaded S57 charts into SENC format" on page 73. · Manual Updates has been removed. Make Manual Updates based on the Notes you made before Upgrade.

2.5.3.4 How to convert already loaded S57 charts into SENC format You can reconvert S57 charts which are already located in the hard disk into SENC format by doing as follows: 1. Press CHART PLAN button, select Catalogue from the menu. 2. Press Group button in Catalogue window lower part. A Group window appears. 3. Press New button and enter name (ALL) for group and press OK.

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4. Paint all the charts in a list box of Outside and after that press
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