Furuno Gp 150 Installation Manual

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Furuno Gp 150 Installation Manual

Hazardous voltage which can cause electrical shock, burn or serious injury exists inside the equipment. Turn off the power at the mains switchboard before beginning the installation. Post a sign near the switch to indicate it should not be turned on while the equip-. The radar beam will obstruct or prevent reception of the GPS satellite signal. Extension cable line-up Fabricate the end of antenna cable and attach the coaxial connector. Details are shown on next page. Clamp Gasket (reddish brown) Trim shield here. Insulator Trim aluminum tape foil here. Clamp Nut Solder through the hole. Remove outer sheath and armor by the dimensions shown left. Antenna Unit GPA-019S GPA-018S GPA-017S 20cm External equipment FUSE 2A CAUTION Ground the display unit to prevent loss of sensitivity and mutual interference. Rear of Display Unit DATA1 DATA2 DATA3. While they are operating, they radiate noise, which can interfere with other radio equipment. External Equipment The DATA1, DATA2, and DATA3 ports are used to connect an external equipment such as autopilot, remote display, navigation equipment. Automatic DGPS setup GP-150 can automatically select optimum reference station. If it takes more than five (5) minutes to fix DGPS position at the automatic mode, switch to manual mode. Use the manual mode when an external beacon receiver has no automatic function of station selection. Before selecting data to output, confirm what data the external equipment requires. Output necessary data only. FURUNO proprietary sentence AGFPA: Autopilot information from FURUNO autopilot equipments. Note 2: When the external equipment cannot display correct data input from the GP-150, the rate of operation should be lowered. For example, set a rate of operation less than 60 % for the Temperature Indicator TI-20. DATA 1, 3 OUTPUT SETUP Data Fmt. Talker ID Output Data 1. AAM:00 APA:00 2. BWC:00 BWW:00 GGA:00 GLL:01 3.

Follow the procedure below to setup the GP-150 according to the specifications of the DGPS receiver. 1) Press MENU ESC, 9 and 5. Hazardous voltage which canTurn off the power at thePost a sign near the switchFire, electrical shock orConfirm that the power supply voltageConnection to the wrong power supplyUse the correct fuse. Use of a wrong fuse can cause fire orKeep the following compass safeStandard Steering. Display unitThis page is intentionally left blank.Autopilot etc. Display Unit. DGPS Beacon. ReceiverName. Antenna Unit. Installation. Materials. Accessories. Spare Parts. TypeRemarksWithout Beacon RX. With Beacon RX. With Antenna Cable. See lists. Without Antenna CableOptions. Name. Flush Mount Kit S. Flush Mount Kit F. Antenna Cable Set. Antenna Cable Assy. Right Angle Antenna. Base. L-Type Antenna Base. Handrail Antenna Base. Mast Mount Kit. Cable Assy. TypeNo.13-RC5160For display unit.For antenna unit.Whip Antenna. Printer. Data Switch BoxWith whip antenna and OP20-32-1. With GPS-019S. Without whip antenna. For 100VAC mains. For 220VAC mainsRefer to theLocate the unit away from exhaust pipes and vents. The mounting location should be well ventilated. Mount the unit where shock and vibration are minimal. Keep the display unit away electromagnetic field generating equipment such as motor,Table Top and Overhead MountingFlush mounting type F. An optional flush mount kit type F is required. For details, see outline drawing at end of thisName. Self-tapping screw. Hex. bolt. Spring washer. Cosmetic panel. TypeAn optional flush mount kit type S is required. (Name: Flush Mount Kit S, Type: OP20-24. Code No.: 004-393-000). Wing bolt. Wing nut. Flush mount metal. TypeInstall the antenna unit referring to the installation diagram at end of manual. WhenThe radar beam will obstruct or prevent receptionObjects within line-of-sight toMounting the antenna as high as possible keeps it freeConnect ground wire of 1.25 sq or largerSee next page.

Coat here with silicone sealant toWrap the vinyl sheet to preventAfter inserting the whip antenna to the antenna base of GPA-018S, tape the antenna baseHow to wrapBase. Whip antenna. Antenna. Butyl rubber tapeKeep tension on edge of tape, using finger to hold tape. Then, squeeze edges of tapeWrap approx.How to wrapWhite vinyl tapeThe standard cable is 15m long. 30m and 50m long extension cable sets are optionallyFabricate the end of antenna cable and attach the coaxial connector. Details are shownAntenna UnitCode no.Conversion Cable Assy. Antenna CableFor CP20-01700, CP20-01710To display unit. Fabricate locally. (See the next page.)Antenna CableFor CP20-02700, CP20-02710To display unit. Fabricate locally. (See the next page.). Extension Cable Line-up. Wrap connector with vulcanizing tape and then vinyl tape. Bind the tape end withHow to waterproof the connector of the antenna cableOuter Sheath. Armor. Inner Sheath ShieldExpose inner sheath and shield by the dimensionsCut off insulator and core by 10mm.Clip on clamp nut, gasket and clamp as shown left. Clamp. Nut. Gasket ClampAluminum Foil. Fold back shield over clamp and trim. Trim shield here. InsulatorFold back aluminum foil onto shield and trim. Trim aluminumPin. Clamp Nut. Shell. Solder throughSlip the pin onto the conductor. Solder them togetherInsert the pin into the shell. Screw the clamp nut intoDo not tighten byAntenna UnitRear of Display Unit. Ground terminalFlat washer. Crimp-on lug. Spring washerWing boltRedThe display unit contains several CPUs. While they are operating, they radiate noise, whichGround the unit as follows to prevent it. External Equipment. The DATA1, DATA2, and DATA3 ports are used to connect an external equipment such asRefer to the interconnection diagram onThe DATA4 port is used toConnection of DATA4 port. In case of RS-422 LevelNMEA equipment. In case of RS-232C LevelNMEA equipment. See page 19.DGPS function is provided.SRAM, Internal Battery, GPS and BEACON. DGPS Setup.

Automatic DGPS setup. GP-150 can automatically select optimum reference station. If it takes more than five (5)Freq. Baud Rate. ENT: Enter. Auto ManMENU: Escape. DGPS SETUP menuManual DGPS setup. Enter frequency and baud rate of station.Press S or T to select Ref. Station. Press X to select Man. Press T to select Freq. Enter frequency in four digits (283.5 kHz to 325.0 kHz). Press W or X to select baud rate; 25, 50, 100 or 200 bps. Press the MENU ESC key. Nearest DGPS station list. The STATION NEAREST LIST shows the five closest DGPS beacon stations, includingFor user-programmed stations, see Operator’s Manual.Press S or T to select Ref. Station. Press X to select List. After the message “PLEASE WAIT” appears, the following list is shown. AsteriskedENT: Enter. NoYesMENU: EscapeBit Rate: 200 bps. SNR: 21 dB. Sig Strength: 83 dBThis value is between 1 to 22. The higherWhen the ship is in the service area of aGood. GoodDGPS signal strength. This value is between 1 and 84. The higher the value, the stronger the signal. If a noise appears at reception bandwidth,When GPS is malfunctioning though DGPS is normal. The GP-150 can output navigation information to external equipment. For example, it canBefore selecting data to output, confirm what data the external equipment requires. OutputTalker. All data transmitted by marine electronics equipment is prefixed with a two-character codeThis two-character codeThe GP-150 contains the talkers GP, LC and DE. Because GPS is a relatively new system some early model equipments do not recognizeAutopilot sentence BBOD: Bearing-origin to destination. BWC: Bearing and distance to waypoint-great circle. BWR: Bearing and distance to waypoint-rhumb line. BWW: Bearing-waypoint to waypoint. DTM: Datum reference. GGA: Global positioning system (GPS) fix dataGBS: GPS satellite fault detection.

RMB: Recommended minimum navigation information cross track error, direction to steer,UTC of position fix, latitude and longitude, ground speed and course, date,RTE: Routes. VDR: Set and drift. VTG: Course over ground and ground speed. WCV: Waypoint closure velocity. WPL: Waypoint location. XTE: Cross-track error, measured. ZDA: Time and date. Rnn. Routes. Also, following NMEA 0183 Ver. 1.5 sentence is output.Note: BWC, BWR, GGA, GLL, RMB, RMC or WPL is required to output DTM.Talker ID is not distinguished. DBT: Depth below transducer. DPT: Depth. HDG: Heading, deviation and variation. HDM: Heading, magnetic. HDT: Heading, true. MTW: Water temperature. TLL: Target latitude and longitude. VHW: Water speed and heading. FURUNO proprietary sentence. AGFPA: Autopilot information from FURUNO autopilot equipments.PortOutputDATA3 External MOBDATA4 DGPS or general data (Selected. General dataVer.2.0Note: BWC, BWR, GGA, GLL, RMB, RMC or WPL is required to output DTM. General dataConnect YEOMAN equipment to DATA4 port. TX Rate of operation. The TX rate of operation is the percentage of data output in one second, and it appears onTX rate of operation: High. Note 1: When outputting data without rest intervals between data, TX rate of operation isThus, do not output unnecessary data or set TXNote 2: When the external equipment cannot display correct data input from the GP-150,For example, set a rate of operation lessDATA3. Log PulseENT: Enter. TX rate of operation. MENU: Escape. This line appears only when LOG isSettings shown above are default settings. DATA 1, 3 OUTPUT SETUP menuPress W or X to select V1.5, V2.0 or IEC. Talker ID appears in reverse video. Press W or X to select GP, LC or DE. Enter Tx interval for each output data sentence in line 1. Tx interval is available in 00,ENT key after setting each line. In great circle navigation, BWC and WNC are output but BWR and WNR are not. In rhumbThe total data output are shown by percentage on the third line.ENT: Enter.

Setting shown here are default settings. DATA 2 OUTPUT SETUP menuDATA 3 output settingSelection of NMEA0183 or log pulse. Output data. NP boardLog pulse. Rate of log pulse outputPress S or T to select “DATA 3. Log Pulse”. Press W or X to select log pulse for external equipment; 200 ppm or 400 ppm. Press the MENU ESC key.DATA 4. Level. Data. To Next Page. ENT: EnterMENU: Escape. Appears only when external. DGPS receiver is used.Press W or X to select level of external equipment; RS232C or RS422. Press W or X to select Out. Press T to select to Next Page.Data Fmt. Talker IDENT: Enter. MENU: EscapeWaypoints and Routes data can be received from a personal computer, through the DATAPress S or T to select DATA4. Level. Press W or X to select level of personal computer; RS232C or RS422. Press X to select Com. Press T to select To Next Page. To Previous Page. Baud RateLLoad Data. Command. Stop. Start. Save Data. StartENT: Enter. MENU: EscapeStop, on the same line as Command, appears in reverseThe message shown in figure below appears. Loading erases current dataAre you sure to load? ENT: Yes MENU: No. The message shown in below appears while data is beingNow loading. MENU: StopWhen loading data is completed, the cursor shifts to. Stop.Setting DATA 4 to DGPS. An external DGPS receiver can be connected to the DATA 4 port. Follow the procedure below to setup the GP-150 according to the specifications of the. DGPS receiver.Press S or T to select Level. Press W or X to select level; RS232C or RS422. Press W or X to select DGPS. To previous Page. First Bit. Parity. Stop Bit. Baud RateENT: Enter. MENU: EscapeAntennaWhen the GP-150 is connected with Beacon Receiver GR-80, do the setting as follows. Signal level. First BitRefer to page 22 for DGPS setup.Nishinomiya, 662-8580, JAPAN. Fax. All rights reserved. Printed in Japan. Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers. Start Free Trial Cancel anytime.

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SETTING DESTINATIONSetting destination by MOB position or Setting destination through waypointNote: This operation. Page 38 5. SETTING DESTINATIONSkipping route waypoints 2) Press or to select route waypointYou may skip route. Page 40 5. SETTING DESTINATIONThe user may select what. Page 44 6. SETTING UP VARIOUS DISPLAYSPosition can be displayed in latitude and 6). Page 45 6. SETTING UP VARIOUS DISPLAYS. Entering waypoints using LOPs 5) Key in LOP1 and LOP2, to enableThere are seven alarm conditions which Watch AlarmAnchor watch alarm 7.3 Cross Track Error (XTE). The anchor watch alarm sounds to warn you AlarmThe speed alarm sounds when ship's speed The trip alarm sounds. Page 50 7. ALARMSThe water temperature alarm sounds. Page 51: 8. MENU SETTINGS 8. MENU SETTINGSMenu description During position fixing, ship’s velocity (speedSAFE: GPS signal is safe to use. Setting up the GPS SETUP menu. CAUTION: RAIM accuracy is. Page 53 8. MENU SETTINGS. GPS position smoothing RAIM accuracyTime difference 2) Press to select Unit of Distance.Enlarging characters 8.4 Outputting Data. The size of the indications of position or Besides its fundamental function. Page 57 8. MENU SETTINGSStopping loading of dataThe message DGPSReferenceDOP error Self test error messageThe table which follows providesDisplay test Automatic testingPage 69: 10. INSTALLATION 10. INSTALLATIONAn optional flush mount kit type S is required. (Name: Flush Mount Kit S, Type. OP20-24,. Page 72 10. INSTALLATIONMountingTaping antenna unit GPA-018SExtending antenna cable lengthHow to attach the N-P-8DFB connector. Outer SheathCross-track error,DATA1 output settingDATA 3 output setting. Setting DATA 4 to Data OutputSetting DATA 4 to DGPSSpecificationsPin no. Designation Pin no. Designation Pin. Page 90 10. INSTALLATION. LED statusPage 91: APPENDIX APPENDIX. Menu Tree. Main menuPage 94 APPENDEX. World Time StandardsLoran C ChainsDecca ChainsParts List.

This equipment contains complex modules in which fault diagnosis and repair down toPage 99 APPENDEX. Parts Location. Display unitInterface DocumentationAntenna Cable SetAntenna Cable SetFeb. 19, '03Feb. 19, '03Feb. 19, '03Jan.13'04INDEX cancelling 5-5A setting through waypoint list 5-3. Page 121 INDEX. F Memory. Fix mode 8-2 apportioning 2-5G testing 9-5. Geodetic chart list AP-5 Menu tree AP-1. Page 122 T X. Time difference 8-4 XTE alarm. See cross track error (XTE) alarm. Time mark tone 8-5. Track Y.