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INSTALLATION

MANUAL
ATTENTIONS BEFORE USING

l JRC can not accept responsibility for any loss due to incorrect operation, malfunction and other
causes except product guarantee condition and liability by law.

l There is possibility that some functions of the terminal may not operate correctly depend on the
hardware and software version of equipment connected to the terminal. Confirm your equipment
version before connection with the dealer or agent you purchased or JRC branches.

l Your communication data are transmitted via inmarsat system and other global communications
system, so unusually some errors may occur in communication theory same as the landlines.
You are recommended to backup for your important data.

l Usually, digital scrambling of Inmarsat Fleet system protects your communication data privacy.
However, you are recommended to understand that your communication data might be
intercepted by special technology and unauthorized access in the communication theory.

l Specifications of JUE-410F and its accessories may change without notice for improvement.

l There are some additional and optional functions of JUE-410F will be released in near future
after evaluation.
ABOUT YOUR SAFETY

CAUTIONS AGAINST HIGH VOLTAGE


Radio and radar devices are operated by high voltages of anywhere from a few hundred volts up to
many hundreds of thousands of volts. Although there is no danger with normal use, it is very
dangerous if contact is made with the internal parts of these devices (Only specialists should attempt
any maintenance, checking or adjusting).
There is a very high risk of death by even a few thousand volts, in some cases you can be fatally
electrocuted by just a few hundred volts. To circumvent accidents, you should avoid contact with the
internal parts of these devices at all costs. If contact is inevitable as in the case of emergency, you
must switch off the devices and ground a terminal in order to discharge the capacitors. After making
certain that all the electricity is discharged, only then can you insert your hand into the device.
Wearing cotton gloves and putting your free hand in your pocket, in order not to use both hands
simultaneously, are also very good methods of shock prevention. Quite often, an injury occurs by
secondary factors, therefore it is necessary to choose a sturdy and level working surface. If someone
is electrocuted it is necessary to thoroughly disinfect the affected area and seek medical attention as
soon as possible.

CAUTIONS CONCERNING TREATMENT OF


ELECTROCUTION VICTIMS
When you find an electrocution patient, you must first switch off the machinery and ground all circuits.
If you are unable to cut off the machinery, move the patient away from it using a non-conductive
material such as dry boards or clothing.
When someone is electrocuted, and the electrical current reaches the breathing synapses of the
central nervous system inside the brain, breathing stops. If the patient’s condition is stable, he or she
can be administered artificial respiration. An electrocution patient becomes very pale, and their pulse
can be very weak or even stop, consequently losing consciousness and becoming stiff.
Administration of first aid is critical in this situation.
FIRST AID
☆Note points for first aid

Unless there is impending danger leave the patient where he or she is, then begin artificial respiration.
Once you begin artificial respiration, you must continue without losing rhythm.

(1) Make contacts with the patient cautiously, there is a risk that you may get electrocuted.

(2) Switch off the machinery and then move the patient away slowly if you must.

(3) Inform someone immediately (a hospital or doctor, dial emergency numbers, etc.).

(4) Lay the patient on his or her back and loosen any constructive clothing (a tie, or belt).

(5) (a) Check the patient’s pulse.


(b) Check for a heartbeat by pressing your ear against the patient’s chest.
(c) Check if the patient is breathing by putting the back of your hand or face near the patient’s
face.
(d) Check the pupils of the eyes.

(6) Open the patient’s mouth and remove any artificial dentifrice, food or chewing gum. Leave the
mouth opened and flatten the tongue with a towel or by putting something into the mouth to
prevent the patient’s tongue from obstructing the throat (If he or she is clenching their teeth and it
is difficult to open the mouth, use a spoon or the like to pry open the mouth).

(7) Continually wipe the mouth to prevent the accumulation of saliva.


☆If the patient has a pulse but is not breathing
(“Mouth to mouth” artificial resuscitation)
Figure 1

(1) Place the patient’s head facing backward (place something under the neck like a pillow).
(2) Point the chin upward to widen the trachea.
(3) Pinch the patient’s nose, take a deep breath, then put your mouth over the patient’s mouth and
exhale completely, making sure that your mouth completely covers the patient’s mouth. Then
remove your mouth. Repeat this routine 10 to 15 times per minute (holding the nostrils).
(4) Pay attention to the patient to notice if he or she starts to breathe. If breathing returns, stop
resuscitation.
(5) If it is impossible to open the patient’s mouth, put something like a plastic straw or vinyl tube into
one of the nostrils then blow air in while covering the mouth and the other nostril.
(6) Occasionally, when the patient comes back to consciousness, they immediately try to stand up.
Prevent this and keep them in a laying position. Give them something warm to drink and be sure
that they rest (do not give them any alcohol).

Administering artificial respiration by raising the head.

① (1) Raise the back of head, then place one


hand on the forehead and place the other
hand under the neck. →①
Most patients open their mouth when doing
this, making “mouth to mouth” resuscitation
easier.

② (2) Cover the patient’s mouth by opening your


mouth widely, then push your cheek against
the patient’s nose, →②
or pinch the patient’s nose to prevent air
from leaking out of it. →③

③ (3) Completely exhale into the lungs.


Exhale into the lungs until the chest is
inflates.
You have to blow as rapidly as possible for
the first 10 times.

Figure 1 “Mouth to mouth” artificial respiration


☆If the patient has no pulse and is not breathing
(Heart massage in combination with artificial respiration.)
Figure 2

If the patient has no pulse, his or her pupils are dilated, and if you cannot detect a heartbeat, the heart
may have stopped, beginning artificial respiration critical. Continue artificial respiration until reaching
a doctor and follow the doctor's instruction.

(1) Put both hands on the diaphragm, with hands on top of each other keeping both arms straight (If
your elbows are bent, you cannot push with as much power). Press the diaphragm with your body
weight until the chest sinks about 2 cm (about 50 times per minute).
(2) If administering first aid when alone:
Perform the heart massage about 15 times then blow in twice. Repeat this routine.
If administering first aid with two people:
One person performs the heart massage 15 times, and the other person blows in twice.
Repeat this routine (Heart massage and “mouth to mouth” resuscitation used together).
(3) Constantly check the pupils and the pulse, if the pupils become normal and the pulse steadies,
keep them in a laying position and give them something warm to drink, be sure that they rest.

① ②

③ ④

Figure 2 Heart massage


PREFACE

Thank you for the purchase of JRC inmarsat Fleet F77 Maritime Mobile Earth Station, JUE-410F.

JUE-410F is a inmarsat digital satellite communication terminal for voice (including facsimile) service,
maximum 64Kbps high speed data (HSD) service and maximum 64Kbps high speed mobile packet
data service (MPDS).

JUE-410F is shipped with strict quality control and inspection to deliver with the high quality meet the
customer’s requirements and satisfaction. JRC would like to believe you to make long use of the
terminal with your satisfaction.

If your JUE-410F has trouble or problem in your operation, please contact the dealer, agent or JRC
branches you purchased.
If the contact point is not clear, please confirm on the following web sites.

JRC web site

JRC Tokyo Japan : www.jrc.co.jp


JRC Amsterdam : www.jrcams.nl
JRC Seattle : www.jrcamerica.com

The following email addresses are also available.

Marine Sales & Marketing Department


Tokyo Japan : jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp

Marine Product Support Department


Tokyo Japan : tmsc@m1.jrc.co.jp

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BEFORE INSTALLATION
(1) This installation manual
Before install the terminal, JRC would like to ask you to read this installation manual carefully and
install the terminal correctly. This manual should be kept securely to refer when it is necessary, for
trouble shooting.

(2) The safety symbols


This manual and the terminal are indicated the following safety symbols for your correct operation
to prevent your and somebody’s injury or damage to the product and assets.
The symbols and descriptions are as follows. You should understand well them before reading this
manual and operating the terminal.

DANGER This symbol denotes that improper


handling poses a high risk of causing
death or serious injury.

WARNING This symbol denotes that improper


handling poses a risk of causing death or
serious injury.

CAUTION This symbol denotes that improper


handling poses a risk of causing injury or
damage to the product and/or assets.

Example of symbols
The △ symbol denotes DANGER, WARNING or CAUTION.
The inside illustration of the △ symbol denotes meaning of the DANGER,
WARNING or CAUTION more concretely. (This example warns of possible
electrical shock.)

The symbol denotes prohibited action.


The inside illustration of the symbol denotes the specific prohibited action
more concretely. (This example indicates disassembly is prohibited.)

The ● symbol denotes obligatory operation or instruction.


The inside illustration of the ● symbol denotes obligatory operation or
instruction more concretely. (This example indicates unplugging is the
obligatory instruction.)

(3) Safety labels


The Safety (DANGER, WARNING and CAUTION) labels are pasted to this terminal.
Do not remove, damage or modify the labels to keep safety instruction.

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DANGERS DURING INSTALLATION

DANGER
Do not touch any internal parts with your hands or tools to avoid danger of
electrical shock.

Do not touch any parts where "DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE" label is pasted
with your hands or tools to avoid danger of electrical shock.

Do not touch master gyro signal lines with your hands to avoid danger of
electrical shock. The lines always have high voltage even if your JUE-410F
power switch is turned off.

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WARNINGS DURING INSTALLATION

WARNING
If a foreign substances, such as metal fragment, water, liquid and etc., are
get into your JUE-410F, turn off the power and contact the dealer or agent
you purchased or JRC branches for maintenance. Continuous operation
may cause fire, electrical shock or malfunction.

Install JUE-410F correctly in accordance with the installation manual of


separate volume. Inappropriate installation may cause incorrect operation,
fire, electrical shock or malfunction.
JUE-410F should be installed by the special technician or skilled engineer.
The installation should be requested to the dealer or agent you purchased or
JRC branches.

Install JUE-410F ADE-BDE coaxial cable correctly in accordance with the


installation manual of separate volume. Especially waterproof should be
treated correctly in accordance with the installation manual. Inappropriate
installation may cause incorrect operation, fire, electrical shock or
malfunction. The coaxial cable should be installed by the special technician
or skilled engineer.

Request JUE-410F adjustment or maintenance (if necessary) to the dealer


or agent you purchased or JRC branches. Adjustment or maintenance
without the special technician or skilled engineer may cause incorrect
operation, such as malfunction or no transmission in distress.

Do not turn on the terminal under the primary power except the specific
voltage (100/110 or 200/220V within 10%, 50 or 60Hz within 6%). The
primary power except the specific voltage may cause fire, electrical shock or
malfunction.

Do not check or repair the internal equipment of JUE-410F by yourself.


Any electrical work by any person other than our specialized maintenance
persons may cause fire or abnormal operation of this equipment or electrical
shock for you. This equipment meets the technical standard of the ministry of
Post and Telecommunication of JAPAN.

Do not adjust the internal circuit without a measurement equipment or


exchange the parts because the internal circuit is adjusted strictly. When an
abnormal operation is found, please contact to our sales department or
nearest branch office.

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CAUTIONS DURING INSTALLATION

CAUTION
Before operation of the terminal, read the instruction manual carefully.
Inappropriate procedure may cause incorrect operation or malfunction.

<<Above Deck Equipment : ADE>>


Keep out of the area within a radius of 4.5meters from ADE, because ADE
transmits microwaves. Strong microwaves may cause injury.
In case of approach within a radius of 4.5meters by necessity, turn off the
JUE-410F and stop transmitting.

Do not go into ADE except to checking. Antenna pedestal actuation or


transmitting microwaves may cause injury. In case of going into ADE, turn off
your JUE-410F and stop transmitting and antenna pedestal actuation under
low ship motion and unwavering condition.

Do not put tool on antenna pedestal, because the antenna pedestal is


balanced type. It may cause lost of the balance of antenna pedestal and
incorrect operation.

Do not give mechanical shock and force, because all units of ADE is
precision instrument. Unwanted shock and force may cause malfunction.

Do not touch RFU fans with your hands or tools. Touching RF fans may
cause injury or malfunction.

Do not touch RFU case with your hands directly, because RFU may heat up
due to long transmission. Touching RFU case may cause injury by high
temperature.

Keep turn on PA/SERVO switch of ACU except checking or maintenance


period. All communications including the distress call are unable with
PA/SERVO switch turn off.

Confirm the PA/SERVO switch is turn on when you go out from ADE.
All communications including the distress call are unable with PA/SERVO
switch turning off.

Fix antenna pedestal drive-axes in accordance with chapter 7.6 of the


instruction manual when the JUE-410F will be turned off for a long time.
Ship motion may cause malfunction of the antenna pedestal without fixing.

Do not paint radome. Painting of radome may cause decrease of the


communication quality.

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CAUTIONS DURING INSTALLATION

CAUTION
<<Below Deck Equipment>>
Do not turn off Main Unit except for maintenance or checking period. Turn off
without fixing of antenna drive-axes may cause antenna pedestal
malfunction due to ship motion.

Clean air filter of Main Unit front panel periodically in accordance with
chapter 7.2 of the instruction manual.

Long operation with dusty air filter may cause malfunction.

Turn off Main Unit in case of cleaning or changing air filter.


Cleaning or changing air filter of Main Unit during turn on the power may
cause malfunction or injury, because the Main Unit has internal fans.

Install the Main Unit and the telephone keeping away more than 2.5 meter
from the MF/HF antenna. Close installation may cause malfunction.

Connect the ground terminal of the Main Unit and Junction Box to dividing
wall or floor with the Earth bar. Poor connection may cause malfunction.

Do not insert nonconforming cards into the SIM and PCMCIA card slot of
Main Unit front panel.
Do not insert wrong side of the card.
These may cause disable ejecting of the card or slot malfunction.

Do not turn off POWER switch during sailing. The turning off the power may
cause no control of the antenna drive and may cause troubles.

When REC meaning receiving intensity shows 49 or less under displaying


READY as STATUS displayed on the LCD, depending on communication
mode, the rate of communication connection may fall on the circuit design.

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APPEARANCE
GSC-411A Above Deck Equipment (ADE)
The ADE is installed on the above deck for receiving the signal from the satellite.
The ADE is covered with a radome.

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GSC-412A Below Deck Equipment (BDE) Main Unit
The BDE is installed on the below deck and includes the transceiver.

NQW-132B Telephone
The telephone is for voice communication.

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ABBREVIATIONS
ACU Antenna Control Unit
ADE Above Deck Equipment
AZ Azimuth
BDE Below deck Equipment
D-GPS Differential-Global Positioning System
EL Elevation
FWD Forward
GPS Global Positioning System
INMARSAT International Mobile Satellite Organization
MU Main Unit
RF Radio Frequency
MES Mobile Earth Station
TEL Telephone
TEL JB Telephone Joint Box
VDB Voice Distress Button

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CONTENTS
PREFACE.......................................................................................................................................................... i
BEFORE INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................ii
DANGERS DURING INSTALLATION .......................................................................................................iii
WARNINGS DURING INSTALLATION..................................................................................................... iv
CAUSTIONS DURING INSTALLATION .................................................................................................... v
APPEARANCE .............................................................................................................................................. vii
ABBREVIATIONS ......................................................................................................................................... ix

1. INTRODUCTION ...............................................................................................................................1-1
1-1 Outlines..............................................................................................................................................1-1
1-2 Unpacking and visual inspection .......................................................................................................1-1
1-3 Components .......................................................................................................................................1-2
1-3-1 Standard compornents ..................................................................................................................1-2
1-3-2 Options .........................................................................................................................................1-2
1-4 Configuration.....................................................................................................................................1-3
1-5 Installation parts and tools .................................................................................................................1-6
1-5-1 Supplied parts by JRC ..................................................................................................................1-6
1-5-2 Required cables ............................................................................................................................1-7
1-5-3 Required tools ..............................................................................................................................1-8

2. INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................................2-1
2-1 ADE installation ................................................................................................................................2-1
2-1-1 Plan of installation site .................................................................................................................2-1
2-1-2 Design of support structure ..........................................................................................................2-2
2-1-2-1 Load specification and basic design.....................................................................................2-2
2-1-2-2 Recommended support structure..........................................................................................2-2
2-1-3 Installation work...........................................................................................................................2-3
2-1-4 Check of vibration level ...............................................................................................................2-3
2-1-5 Refernce-estimation of loss by physical obstractions ..................................................................2-5
2-1-5-1 Calculation procedure(1)......................................................................................................2-5
2-1-5-2 Calculation procedure(2)......................................................................................................2-7
2-2 BDE installation ..............................................................................................................................2-25
2-2-1 Main Unit and Junction Box ......................................................................................................2-25
2-2-1-1 Combined installation ........................................................................................................2-25
2-2-1-2 Separate inatallation ...........................................................................................................2-25
2-2-2 Telephone ...................................................................................................................................2-25
2-3 Cable................................................................................................................................................2-33
2-3-1 Cable routing..............................................................................................................................2-33
2-3-2 Connection to ADE ....................................................................................................................2-33
2-3-3 Connection to BDE ....................................................................................................................2-34
2-3-4 Connection to primary Power and Gyro cable ...........................................................................2-35
3. OPTIONS ...............................................................................................................................................3-1
3-1 TELEPHONE (NQW-132B) .............................................................................................................3-1
3-2 TEL JB (NQE-3058A).......................................................................................................................3-2
3-3 EXTERNAL BUZZER (NCE-6824A) ..............................................................................................3-4
3-4 VOICE DISTRESS BUTTON (NQE-3035A)...................................................................................3-5
3-5 CARD READER INTERFACE (NQZ-6803A).................................................................................3-6
3-6 CARD READER (NQZ-4968A) .......................................................................................................3-7

Appendix :Detail information of attached cables ............................................................................. A 1-1


1. INTRODUCTION
1-1 Outlines
The JUE-410F Mobile Earth Station (MES) is composed of Above Deck Equipment (ADE) and
Below Deck Equipment (BDE).
The ADE consists of Antenna Assembly, Antenna Control Unit and Radome Assembly, while the
BDE consists of Main Unit (MU) and Telephone.

1-2 Unpacking and visual inspection


At the time of unpacking, visual inspection should be made for any possible damage during
transportation, and also check any missing part in accordance with supplied parts list for installation as
shown in Table 3.1. If there is damage or missing part, file the claim immediately.
The components are shown in Section 1.3 and the configuration of the ADE and the BDE are
shown in Section 1.4.

1-1
1-3 Components
1-3-1 Standard components

No. Name Type

1 Above Deck Equipment GSC-411A

2 Below Deck Equipment

-1 Main Unit GSC-412A

-2 Telephone NQW-132B

-3 Coaxial Cable NOTE 1 CFQ-3922A/CFQ-3923A

-4 Spare Parts 7ZXSC4101

-5 ADE Installation Parts MPXP32604

-6 BDE Installation Parts MPXP32613

-7 Instruction Manual

-8 Operation Guide

-9 Inspection Results

NOTE 1 CFQ-3922A for 15m, 20m, 25m, 30m, 35m, 40m, 45m or 50m
CFQ-3923A for 70m or 100m

1-3-2 Options

No. Name Type

1 Telephone NQW-132B

2 TEL JB NQE-3058A

3 External Buzzer NCE-6824A

4 Voice Distress Button NQE-3035A

5 Card Reader Interface NQZ-6803A

6 Card Reader NQZ-4968A

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1-4 Configuration
Ÿ GSC-411A Above Deck Equipment (ADE)

Unit: mm
Mass: Approx. 80kg

Fig. 1-4-1 Above Deck Equipment (ADE)

1-3
Ÿ GSC-412A Below Deck Equipment (BDE) Main Unit and Junction Box

Unit: mm
Mass: Approx. 10kg

Fig. 1-4-2 Main Unit and Junction Box

1-4
Ÿ NQW-132B Telephone

78

228

150

2-Mouning holes
TOP
83.5

Unit : mm
Wall mount bracket Mass: 0.7 kg

Fig. 1-4-3 Telephone

1-5
1-5 Installation parts and tools
1-5-1 Supplied parts by JRC

Table 1-5-1a Supplied parts by JRC for ADE Installation


CODE: MPXP32604
No. Part Description Q’ty Remarks Application
1 Hex. N20 JIS B 1181 4 Zn DIP ADE fixing
2 Hex. lock nut. LN20 JIS B 1181 4 Zn DIP ADE fixing
3 Flat washer. W20 JIS B 1256 5 Zn DIP ADE fixing
4 Spring washer. SW20 JIS B 1251 4 Zn DIP ADE fixing
5 Absorption sheet MTT304884 1 ADE fixing
6 Earth bar MTTB337174 1 ADE fixing
7 Gasket MPPK30494 1 Cable guide (for 10D)
8 Gasket B MPPK30644 1 Cable guide (for 5D)
9 Silicone seal (tube) BRXP00291 1 Cable guide sealing
10 SUMI-tape 5ZZXV00005 1 Ground sealing
11 Cable adapter 5JAAA00139 1 Cable connection

Table 1-5-1b Supplied parts by JRC for BDE Installation


CODE: MPXP32613
No. Part Description Q’ty Remarks Application
1 Junction Box MDYW11727A 1 CQD-1909A
(Signal cable) H-7ZCSC0130 1
(RF cable) H-7ZCSC0131 1
(Power cable) H-7ZCSC0132 1
(Earth cable) MPXP32644 1
40 × 1200
2 Earth bar MTB336224 1
× t0.2mm
3 Earth plate BRAE00007 1 Earthing Main Unit
4 Fitting part A MTB366348 1
5 Fitting part B MTB366349 1
6 Screw with washer BSNB06012B 2 M6 × 12 For earth plate
For fitting parts and
7 Screw with washer BSNB03008B 6 M3 × 8
Junction Box

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1-5-2 Required cables

Table 1-5-2 Required Cables


Min. bending
Cable radius
No. Cable Description Remarks
diameter
(NOTE 1)
CFQ-3922A o 30.0 mm φ 100 mm With
1 Coaxial cable (NOTE 2)
CFQ-3923A o 33.0 mm φ 150 mm Connectors
06/1K DPYC-1.25
2 Power cable 11.0 mm φ 90 mm
or equivalent
06/1K MPYC-5
3 Gyro cable 13.5 mm φ 90 mm
or equivalent
06/1K TTYCS-2
4 OLM cable 15.5 mm φ 110 mm
or equivalent
06/1K TTYCS-1Q
5 Cable for options (NOTE 3) 15.5 mm φ 110 mm
or equivalent
06/1K TTYCS-1
6 Cable for telephone (NOTE 4) 10.9 mm φ 90 mm
or equivalent

NOTE 1 Minimum bending radius of these cables is corresponds to the minimum bending radius of coaxial
cable in Fig. 2-2-2c.

NOTE 2 The number in o designates the length of cable.


Standard cable lengths prepared in JRC are 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50m(CFQ-3922A),
70, 100m(CFQ-3923A).
(Example: 45m: CFQ3922A45, 50m: CFQ-3922A5, 70m: CFQ-3923A7)
If special cable length is required, the availability is 2 weeks.
NOTE 3 For External Buzzer, Voice Distress Button and Card Reader Interface.
NOTE 4 For TEL JB

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1-5-3 Required tools

Table 1-5-3 Required Tools


No. Tool Description (Unit: mm)
1 Socket wrench set 1 set
2 Open-ended spanner Nominal 30 (for M20)
3 Open-ended spanner Nominal 50
4 Adjustable-angle wrench Full length: 300
5 Water pump pliers H-300
6 Screw driver 1 set (including cross point drivers)
7 Hex. wrench M4, M5, M6

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2. INSTALLATION
2-1 ADE Installation
Antenna assembly is composed of three axes controlled by servo mechanism. This mechanism is
designed and manufactured with careful consideration for long use under the severe environmental
condition at sea.
When the ADE is installed in higher position to avoid the physical obstruction, the ADE may be
often exposed to the severe vibration condition. When the ADE is installed on taller pole, the total
weight of the ADE with the pole becomes heavy. Therefore, special attention should be paid in such an
installation site to reduce vibrations.
The ADE installation plan and work should be performed in accordance with the following
procedure. Flow chart of ADE installation plan and work is shown in Fig. 2-1-1.

NOTE
Ÿ The hatch of ADE is located at after side
as standard.
Ÿ The gland A of ADE for cable inlet is
located at after side.

CAUTION
Ÿ ADE should be installed 5m or more away from MF/HF antenna.
Otherwise, a trouble may occur.
Ÿ ADE should be installed 4m or more away from VHF and Satellite Navigator
antenna.
Otherwise, a trouble may occur.
Ÿ ADE should be installed 0.3m or more away from Magnet Compass.
Otherwise, a trouble may occur.
Ÿ ADE should be installed the outside of the rotating area of radar scanner.
Otherwise, ADE may be damaged.
Ÿ ADE should be installed avoiding heat and smoke of funnel and much dust.
Otherwise, ADE may be damaged.
Ÿ ADE should be installed avoiding severe vibration and shock.
Otherwise, ADE may be damaged.

2-1-1 Plan of installation site

Installation site should be decided in accordance with the following procedure. Refer to Fig. 2-1-
1.
(1) Make a temporary plan of installation site and antenna height which satisfies the following basic
consideration, referring to the hull drawing of the ship.

1. Keep away 5m or more from MH/HF antenna.


2. Keep away 4m or more from VHF and Satellite Navigator antenna.

2-1
3. Keep away 0.3m or more from Magnet compass.
4. Avoid the rotating area of radar scanner.
5. Avoid heat and smoke of funnel and much dust.
6. Avoid severe vibration and shock.
(2) Investigate the area, distance and shape of obstruction structure referring to the hull drawing. And
then calculate the maximum loss at all direction referring to Item 2-1-5 Reference.
(3) When the maximum loss at all direction is less than 4dB, go to step (5).
When the maximum loss at all direction is 4dB or more, calculate the maximum loss at AZ/EL
angles in the important area for communication referring to the hull drawing, ship’s route chart,
antenna pointing quick chart and Item 2-1-5 Reference.
(4) When the maximum loss at AZ/EL angles in the important area is less than 4dB, go to step (5).

Wheh the maximum loss AZ/EL angles in the important area is 4dB or more, return to step (1) to
make an alternative on installation site and antenna height.
(5) Confirm the installation site and antenna height referring to the check list of Table 4-1 and
finalize the arrangement.
Example is shown in Fig. 2-1-2, Table 2-1-2 and 2-1-3.

2-1-2 Design of support structure

Support structure should be designed on the basis of load specification shown in Item 2-1-2-1.
Recommended support structures on deck or mast are shown in Item 2-1-2-2.

2-1-2-1 Load specification and basic design


Load specification at the top of installation pole is shown in Fig. 2-1-3.
Actual load applied on the installation site should be calculated according to the height of
installation pole.
The structure of installation site should have adequate stiffness to withstand against the Mass,
bending moment and vibration of the ADE and installation pole.

2-1-2-2 Recommended support structure


Installation on deck
Single steel pole should be installed on the cross of hull beam. Refer to Fig. 2-1-4a and 2-1-4b.
Access platform should be prepared to secure the work in radome. Refer to Fig. 2-1-5.
(1) Pole length: 0.9m (L = 0.9m)
It is desirable that eight stay padeyes are welded to eliminate vibration as shown in Fig. 2-1-
5a.
(2) Pole length: 0.9 ∼ 3m (0.9m <1 ≤ 3m)
Four stays should be stretched as shown in Fig. 2-1-5b.

2-2
(3) Pole length: more than 3m (L >3m)
Eight stays should be stretched as shown in Fig. 2-1-5c.

Installation on mast
Single steel pole should be installed on the top of the mast or top of the platform having
sufficient strength.
Whole mast structure should have adequate stiffness against the mass, bending moment and
vibration of ADE and installation pole. Refer to Fig. 2-1-6.

(1) Installation near the center of mast


This position is better than (2) from the point of view of total stiffness of mast.
Refer to Fig. 2-1-4 and 2-1-6a.

(2) Installation apart from the center of mast


In this case, reinforcement of mast against torsional moment is necessary. Refer to Fig. 2-1-4
and 2-1-6b.
(3) Installation on girder-type mast
The pole should be installed near the center of post.
Example is shown in Fig. 2-1-7.

2-1-3 Installation work

The ADE should be installed in accordance with the following procedure.


(1) Weld the pole to installation site so as to the FWD mark on the ADE facing to ship’s FWD. At
this time, the FWD mark on the ADE should be in the range of ± 1.5° to FWD.
Refer to Fig. 1-4-1 and Fig. 2-1-8.

(2) Stick absorption sheets on the top of the installation pole. Refer to Fig. 2-1-8.
(3) Hoist the ADE with the lifting rope. Refer to Fig. 2-1-9.
(4) Secure the ADE on the pole. The FWD mark of radome base should correspond to the FWD
mark of pole. Refer to Fig. 2-1-8.
(5) Fix the earth bar between the radome base bottom flange and earth bolt welded on the pole.
Refer to Fig. 2-1-8.

(6) Tighten all the bolts.

2-1-4 Check of vibration level

Check the vibration level on sea trial as much as possible. Allowable vibration level is 0.7G (686
gal) or less at the top of installation pole as shown in Fig. 2-1-10. The level is easily known by Fig. 2-
1-10.

2-3
Ship's Drawings
Basic consideration
(General & Hull drawing)

1. Keep away 5m or more from HF antenna.


2. Keep away 4m or more from VHF and
Temporary plan of installation Satellite Navigator antenna.
site and antenna height 3. Keep away 0.3m or more from magnet
compass.
4. Avoid the rotation area of radar scanner.
5. Avoid heat and smoke of funnel and much
dust.
Investigation of area, distance 6. Avoid severe vibration and shock.
and shape of obstruction
Calculation of the maximum
See Item 2-1-1 loss at all direction

See
Quick
Calculation of the loss at Item
Chart2-
Item 2-1-5 NO AZ/EL angles in the
Less than 4dB? Chart of
important area for
Ship's Route
communication
YES

YES
Less than 4dB ?
Confirmation of Check List
Table 2- Table 2-1-1 and final
1-5 arrangement Item 2-1-5
NO
Change the site or antenna
height

Design of ADE support


structure

See Item 2-1-2

Certification (By owner) Mailing the copy (DWG) to JRC.

See Item 2-1-3 Installation Works

Measuring the vibration level


on sea trial
Fig.
2-1-10

NO
See Item 2-1-4 Allowable? Reinforcement

YES

END

Fig. 2-1-1 Flow Chart of ADE Installation Plan and Work

2-4
2-1-5 Reference-estimation of loss by physical obstructions

The loss by physical obstructions is easily estimated by the following procedures.

When the obstacle against an INMARSAT antenna is a pole, a mast and the like, estimate its
effective diameter and distance between obstacle and the INMARSAT antenna to read the loss from
the Chart I.

When the shape of obstacle is not a pole such as deck, wall, radar platform and the like, calculate
the loss in accordance with item 2. “Calculation Procedure with Chart II”.

2-1-5-1 Calculation procedure(1)


i) Estimate the distance (R) from the obstacle; R (m)
ii) Estimate the effective diameter (d) of the obstacle; d (m)
iii) Read the loss (LB) in the Chart I; LB (dB)

iv) Judge whether the loss (LB) is allowable or not.

d; 0.5m

Pole
or
Mast

Estimate 1
i) R; 5m
ii) d; 0.5m R; 5m
iii) LB; 4dB (approx.)
iv) Allowable

2-5
Communication
Quality

Impracticable
Loss Area
d (m) 10 dB 8 dB
8 dB Loss
2.5

Obstacle’s
diameter

2.0 Degraded
6 dB
Area*

1.5 4 dB
4 dB Loss

3 dB
1.0
Fine
Area

2 dB

0.5
1 dB

0
0 2.5 5 10 15 20 R (m)

Distance between obstacle and INMARSAT antenna

Chart I Loss due to cylindrical obstacle

*: Under lower elevation angle of the antenna, sometimes the communication might be
impossible due to fading or weather condition.

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2-1-5-2 Calculation procedure (2)
i) Estimate the distance (R) from INMARSAT antenna to the R (m)
obstacle;
ii) Read the effective propagation radius (r) at R meter distance d (m)
(at point A) from INMARSAT antenna in the Chart II-1;
iii) Estimate the obstacle area (SB) just occupying effective SB (m2)
propagation radius (see hatched area shown in Example 2.);
iv) Read the loss in the Chart II-2;
v) Judge whether the loss is allowable or not. LB (dB)

Example 2 SB; 1m2

i) R; 5m

A
ii) r; 1m
iii) SB; 1m2
iv) LB; 4dB or less
R; 5m
v) Allowable
Effective
propagation
radius
Radar mast

2-7
r (m)

Effective 2
Propagation
radius

0
0 2.5 5 10 15 20 R (m)
Distance between obstacle and INMARSAT antenna

Chart II-1 Effective propagation radius vs. obstacle’s distance

SB (m2) ∞

Communication
Quality
10
Loss Impracticable Area
9 10 dB
Obstacle’s
area 8
8 dB
8 dB Loss
7
6 dB
6 Degraded Area*

5 dB
5
4 dB
4 dB Loss
4
3 dB

3
Fine Area

0
0 2.5 5 10 15 20 R (m)
Distance between obstacle and INMARSAT antenna

Chart II-2 Loss due to NOT cylindrical obstacle

*: Under lower elevation angle of the antenna, sometimes the communication might be
impossible due to fading or weather condition.

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Table 2-1-1 Check List
1. Selection of installation site

Basic consideration Judgement


¡ Installation site 1. Keep away 5 m or more from MF/HF
antenna.
2. Keep away 4 m or more from VHF
¡ Antenna height and Satellite Navigator antenna.
(m)
3. Keep away 0.3m or more from magnet
compass.
Ship’s drawing 4. Avoid the rotating area of radar
scanner.
5. Avoid heat and smoke of funnel and
much dust.
6. Avoid severe vibration and shock.

2. Calculation of loss by physical obstruction.


Refer to Item 2-1-5 Reference.

Obstacle’s
EL angle Distance Loss
Obstacle diameter (m) Judgement
(degree) (m) (dB)
or area (m2)

3. EL angle in the important area for communication from ship’s route.


Refer to Antenna Pointing Quick Chart.

Satellite used
EL angle
Important area (Pacific, Atlantic or Remarks
(degree)
Indian ocean)

2-9
4. Comment

5. Certification of installation site and antenna height by owner.

6. Final decision:
¡ Installation site
¡ Antenna height (m)

2-10
⇒ FWD

Installation site “B” Main-radar

Exhaust of funnel

Funnel Sub-radar

Installation site “A”


6.4 m
7.1 m

2.6 m
1.9 m

Fig. 2-1-2 Hull Drawing of Ship

2-11
Table 2-1-2 Example 1: In Case of Installation Site “A” in Fig. 2-1-2.
1. Selection of installation site

Basic consideration Judgement


¡ Installation site 1. Keep away 5 m or more from MF/HF OK
A antenna.
2. Keep away 4 m or more from VHF OK
¡ Antenna height and Satellite Navigator antenna.
2.6 (m)
3. Keep away 0.3m or more from magnet OK
compass.
(Shown in Fig. 2-1-2 4. Avoid the rotating area of radar OK
Ship’s drawing) scanner.
5. Avoid heat and smoke of funnel and OK
much dust.
6. Avoid severe vibration and shock. −

2. Calculation of loss by physical obstruction.


Refer to Item 2-1-5 Reference.

Obstacle’s
EL angle Distance Loss
Obstacle diameter (m) Judgement
(degree) (m) (dB)
or area (m2)

φ 5.7 m more than 10


1 Funnel 0 ∼ 27 9.0 No
9.8 m2 ∞
φ 0.76 m 8.0
2 Radar mast 0 ∼ 52 4.0 No
1.3 m2 7.9
Main-radar
3 42 8.5 2.3 m2 5.5 *OK
platform
Sub-radar
4 23 5.6 1.7 m 7.0 *OK
platform
Sub-radar
5 32 6.0 0.52 m less than 3 OK
scanner
Main-radar
6 51 9.5 1.02 m less than 3 OK
scanner
* Communication Quality: Degraded Area

3. EL angle in the important area for communication from ship’s route.


Refer to Antenna Pointing Quick Chart.

Satellite used
EL angle
Important area (Pacific, Atlantic or Indian Remarks
(degree)
ocean)
1 Asian waters 10 ∼ 30
(via the great-
circle route) Pacific ocean satellite
2 Western offshore of 10 ∼ 20
U.S.A.

2-12
4. Comment
a) In her important communication area, much blocking by obstacles occurs.

b) It is necessary to select new installation site.


c) Investigate again about new installation site “B” shown in Fig. 2-1-2.
(Continue to next page Table 2-1-3.)

5. Certification of installation site and antenna height by owner.

6. Final decision:
¡ Installation site
¡ Antenna height (m)

2-13
Table 2-1-3 Example 2: In Case of Installation Site “B” in Fig. 2-1-2.
1. Selection of installation site

Basic consideration Judgement


¡ Installation site 1. Keep away 5 m or more from MF/HF OK
B antenna.
2. Keep away 4 m or more from VHF OK
¡ Antenna height and Satellite Navigator antenna.
7.1 (m)
3. Keep away 0.3m or more from magnet OK
compass.
(Shown in Fig. 2-1-2 4. Avoid the rotating area of radar OK
Ship’s drawing) scanner.
5. Avoid heat and smoke of funnel and OK
much dust.
6. Avoid severe vibration and shock. −

2. Calculation of loss by physical obstruction.


Refer to Item 2-1-5 Reference.

Obstacle’s
EL angle Distance Loss
Obstacle diameter (m) Judgement
(degree) (m) (dB)
or area (m2)

φ 2.8 m more than 10


1 Exhaust of funnel 0 ∼ 18 5.5 No
5.3 m2 ∞
φ 0.76 m 5
2 Radar mast 0 ∼ 14 8.2 *OK
0.95 m2 less than 3
Sub-radar
3 3 7.6 0.52 m2 less than 3 OK
scanner
Main-radar
4 26 7.3 1.0 m less than 3 OK
scanner
Main-radar
5 13 ∼ 16 6.4 0.83 m less than 3 OK
platform
* Communication Quality: Degraded Area

3. EL angle in the important area for communication from ship’s route.


Refer to Antenna Pointing Quick Chart.

Satellite used
EL angle
Important area (Pacific, Atlantic or Indian Remarks
(degree)
ocean)
1 Asian waters 10 ∼ 30
(via the great-
circle route) Pacific ocean satellite
2 Western offshore of 10 ∼ 20
U.S.A.

2-14
4. Comment
Blocking by obstacle does not occur except under mentioned area.

5. Certification of installation site and antenna height by owner.

OK

6. Final decision:
¡ Installation site B Start the detail design

¡ Antenna height 7.1 (m) of support structure.

327°
Exhaust of funnel
312°

Bearing

⇒ FWD
5.5 m

Installation site B

7.4 m

18°

Blocking occurs in the shadow area


¡ AZ angle (Bearing): 312° ∼ 327°
¡ EL angle: 0° ∼ 18°

2-15
ADE Mass : Approx. 80 kg
Maximum wind pressure
: 317 kg
at wind velocity
Maximum bending moment
: 173 kgžm
at wind velocity

Fig. 2-1-3 Load Specification at Top of Installation Pole

2-16
Fig. 2-1-4a Example of Installation Pole

2-17
Fig. 2-1-4b Example of Installation Pole

2-18
2-19

Fig. 2-1-5a L = 0.9 m Fig. 2-1-5b 0.9 m < L ≤ 3m Fig. 2-1-5c L > 3m

Fig. 2-1-5 Example of Installation on Deck


Installation pole

Mast

Fig. 2-1-6a Example of Installation Near Center of Mast

Installation pole

Platform

Mast

Additional truss
for reinforcement

Fig. 2-1-6b Example of Installation Apart from Center of Mast

Fig. 2-1-6 Example of Installation on Mast

2-20
Installation pole

Fig. 2-1-7 Example of Installation on Girder-Type Mast

2-21
Radome
2-22

Fig. 2-1-8 ADE Fixing


Fig. 2-1-9 ADE Hoisting

2-23
Full amplitude (mm)

IEC60945

Frequency at measuring point


(Top of installation pole)

Fig. 2-1-10 Allowable Vibration Level

2-24
2-2 BDE Installation
Installation site of Main Unit, Junction Box and Telephone should be determined taking into
consideration their feasibility and maintainability.

CAUTION
Ÿ The Main Unit and Telephone should be installed 2.5 m or more away from MF/HF
antenna feeders. Otherwise, may cause malfunction.
Ÿ The earth terminals of Main Unit should be grounded to Junction Box with cable.
Otherwise, may cause malfunction.

2-2-1 Main Unit and Junction Box

Main Unit should be installed in accordance with the following procedure:

2-2-1-1 Combined installation


(1) Fix the Junction Box on determined position. Refer to Fig. 2-2-2a.
(2) Connect cables and earth plate to the Junction Box. Refer to chapter 2-2-3.
(3) Weld the earth plate to the bulkhead and fix the earth bar to the earth plate. Refer to Fig. 2-2-2c.
(4) Fix the fitting parts (MTB366348 and MTB366349) to the Main unit.
(5) Combine the Main Unit to the Junction Box.
(6) Connect cables to the Main unit. Refer to chapter 2-2-3.
(7) Confirm the mounting dimensions of the Main Unit and the Junction Box are within thee
allowable values shown in Fig. 2-2-2c.

2-2-1-2 Separate installation


(1) Fix the fitting parts (MTB366348 and MTB366349) to the Main unit.
(2) Fix the Junction Box and Main unit separately.
(3) Connect cables and earth plate to the Junction Box. Refer to chapter 2-2-3.
(4) Weld the earth plate to the bulkhead and fix the earth bar to the earth plate. Refer to Fig. 2-2-2c.
(5) Connect cables to the Main unit. Refer to chapter 2-2-3.
(6) Confirm the mounting dimensions of the Main Unit and the Junction Box are within thee
allowable values shown in Fig. 2-2-2c.

2-2-2 Telephone

Telephone should be installed on the table or wall. Refer to Fig. 2-5-3.

2-25
(User supply)

Fig. 2-2-1a Example of BDE Layout

2-26
(User supply)

Unit: mm

Fig. 2-2-1b Example of BDE Layout (Combined installation)

2-27
(User supply)

Unit: mm

Fig. 2-2-1c Example of BDE Layout (Separate installation)

2-28
Fig. 2-2-2a Example of BDE Fixing

2-29
Fig. 2-2-2b Example of BDE Fixing

2-30
Unit: mm

Fig. 2-2-2c Example of BDE Layout

2-31
Wall Mount
1. Required parts

The following required parts for wall mount are attached to the telephone.

Parts number Description Q’ty


• Wall mount bracket 1
‚ Wood screw 3.8 × 16 2

2. Installation procedure
TOP
(1) Fix the wall mount bracket • on the
wall with two wood screws ‚. See

Fig. I Wood •
scrcws

Note
Do not tighten up wood screws too
much, because wall mount bracket will b

be distorted. Fig. I

(2) Catch the upper side ditches c of the


telephone base by the upper side d
bosses a of the wall mount and
catch the lower side ditches d of the
telephone base by the lower side
bosses b of the wall mount. See Fig. Telephone Telephone
Wall Wall
II.

Desk Top
Fix the telephone on the desk with the
Velcro attached to the telephone base.

• •

b
Push lower
side bosses

Fig. II

Fig. 2-2-3 Telephone Mounting NQW-132B

2-32
2-3 Cable
Cable connection system diagram is shown in Fig. 2-3-1. Connection to Main Unit is shown in Fig.
2-3-4a and 2-3-4b.
Cable Connection should be made in accordance with Fig. 2-3-1.
Cables required for installation are listed in Table 1-5-2.

2-3-1 Cable routing

CAUTION
Ÿ Do not cut off the ADE-BDE coaxial cable. Coil and secure the excess coaxial
cable in convenient compartment such as behind the Main Unit or bulkhead.
Otherwise, a trouble may occur.
Ÿ Take care not to damage the connectors and the corrosion resistant sheath of
cable.
Otherwise, a trouble may occur.
Ÿ Do not pull the cable by gripping connector plug only.
Otherwise, a trouble may occur.

(1) The connector plugs installed on both coaxial ends are adaptable to connector receptacles of
either ADE or BDE. The protective cover of connectors is shown in Fig. 2-3-3.
(2) The recommended minimum bending radius of each cables are listed in Table 1-5-2.
(3) Stuffing method for bulkhead or deck penetration is shown in Fig. 2-3-2.
(4) Referring to Fig. 2-3-1, perform each cable routing.

2-3-2 Connection to ADE

Connection of ADE coaxial cable to ADE should be made in accordance with the following
procedure. Refer to Fig. 2-3-1, 2-3-2 and 2-3-3.
(1) Remove the antenna lock bracket and store the bracket in the installation parts bag.
(2) Tear off the sticker and tapes, and cut off the fixing bands. Refer to Fig. 2-3-3.
(3) Remove the cap and cut off sleeve. Refer to Fig. 2-3-3.
(4) Unscrew the gland from the gland body attached to radome base. Refer to Fig. 2-3-2.
(5) Insert the coaxial cable the gland. Refer to Fig. 2-3-2.
(6) Insert the coaxial cable to the gland body attached to radome base.
(7) Connect the coaxial cable to coaxial connector J901 in radome. Refer to Fig. 2-3-2.

(8) Screw the gland into the gland body attached to radome base. Refer to Fig. 2-3-2.
(9) Taping with SUMI-tape ground the gland, referring to Fig. 2-3-2.
(10) Taping with rubber tape on the SUMI-tape, referring to Fig. 2-3-2.

2-33
2-3-3 Connection to BDE
Cable connection to Main Unit and Junction Box should be performed in accordance with the
following procedure.

CAUTION
Ÿ Do not Connect when the RF cable during the Main Unit is on.
Antenna cable connector on back of the Main Unit is supplied with voltage, so if
the connector is shortened, may cause malfunction.

(1) Pull out the installed Coaxial, Power and Gyro cables though the cable lead-in hole.
Refer to Fig. 2-2-2c.

(2) Tear off the sticker and tapes of Coaxial cable and cut off the fixing bands. Refer to Fig. 2-3-3.
(3) Remove the cap of Coaxial cable and cut off sleeve. Refer to Fig. 2-3-3.
(4) Perform end treatment of Power and Gyro cables.
(5) Fix the earth bar to Junction Box. Refer to Fig. 2-3-4a.
(6) Connect the coaxial cable to the coaxial connector on the Junction Box.
Connect the Power cable to the terminal TB931 on the Junction Box.
Connect the Gyro cable to the terminal TB932 on the Junction Box.
Refer to Fig. 2-3-4a.
(7) Connect Signal cable (H-7ZCSC0130) to the J1 on the Junction Box.
Connect RF cable (H-7ZCSC0131) to the coaxial connector on the Junction Box.
Connect Power cable (H-7ZCSC0131) to the TB937 on the Junction Box.
Connect Earth cable (MPXL32644) to the Earth bar fixture on the Junction Box.
Refer to Fig. 2-3-4a.
(7) Fix these cables to the Junction Box with attached cable fixing bands. Refer to Fig. 2-3-4a.
(9) Confirm the coaxial and RF cables have been connected completely.
(10) Confirm the connections of Power and Gyro cables referring to the cable core number and
terminal number.
(11) Check for any tools or wires, which may not be left in the Junction Box.
(12) Connect the Signal cable (H-7ZCSC0130) to the JB port on the Main Unit back.
Connect the RF cable (H-7ZCSC0131) to the antenna cable connection connector on the Main
Unit back.
Connect the power cable (H-7ZCSC0132) to the AC power connector on the Main Unit back.
Connect Earth cable (MPXL32644) to the GND terminal on the Main Unit back.
Refer to Fig. 2-3-4a.

(13) Connect the Telephone cable to the TEL1 or TEL2 port on the Main Unit back.
Refer to Fig. 2-3-4b.
Note: When telephone is installed in the room with MF/HF transmitter, keep the telephone cable
2.5m or more away from MF/HF antenna feeders.

2-34
2-3-4 Connection to primary Power and Gyro cable

CAUTION
Ÿ Perform above item 2-3-1 through 2-3-3 completely before connection of Primary
Power and Gyro Cables.
Otherwise, you will get electrical shock and/or a trouble may occur.

(1) Connect the power cable to convenient ship’s Power distribution box. Refer to Fig. 2-3-1.
(2) Connect the Gyro cable to the repeater distribution box of master gyro. Refer to Fig. 2-3-1.

2-35
2-36

Inmarsat Fleet F77 JUE-410F


Fig. 2-3-1 Cable Connection System diagram
2-37

Fig. 2-3-2 Stuffing Method for Bulkhead and Deck Penetration


1 5D: 15 mm (max)
Sticker (10D: 21mm (max))
Sticker

1 5D: 30 mm (max)
(10D: 33 mm (max))

Tape Tape

Fixing bands

10D-HFW-CE

Minimum bending radius:CFQ-3922A : 100mm


CFQ-3923A : 150mm

Cap Sleeve

Maximum load to ADE Coaxial Cable is 5kg


when using the band 17mm in width.

Fig. 2-3-3 Protective Cover of ADE Coaxial Cable

2-38
Fig. 2-3-4a Connection to Main Unit

2-39
Breaker Switch

Fig. 2-3-4b Connection to Main Unit

2-40
Table 2-3-1 Setting of Gyro Repeater on Various Kinds of Master Gyro-Compass
Item Repeater motors
Gyro compasses Excitation voltage
Manufacturer (For reference only)

ES-2/11, Synchro motor


GLT-100 ∼ 103/105/106K/107/1104, INMS 115VAC
NJZ-501 (R501) (TS63N7E13) 60Hz
(36X)
ES-11A, GM-11/11A/21/110/120, Synchro notor
MS-2000/3000 TSAN60E11
110VAC
PR-222R/226/237/237L (90X)
60Hz
/1*8*/2022/2023/22**,
TG-200
GLT-201/202/203, Step motor
TOKIMEC MK-14/14T, GA-2001G
(JAPAN) MKE-1/14T, Drawing # 103590810
Sperry MOD-1/2T, 600 excitation
70VAC
(U.S.A) PR-500/2502/2503/2507/2507L (180X)
/3507/4507/5507,
SR-130/140,
TG-100/5000
ES-16, Step motor
35VDC
SR-120/220 GA-2001G
Drawing # 103590820
CMZ-700D 150 excitation
ES-140/160, (180X)
PR-26**/6*6*/6*7*, 24VDC
SR-140/160,
TG-6000

C-1A/2/3/E, Synchro motor


HOKUSHIN PLATH-55/C, YM-14 60VDC
PLATH HKRK-C3 TS-19 60Hz
(360X)

YOKOGAWA C1JR, C-1JUNIOR, Synchro motor


(JAPAN) CMZ-200A/300, PY76-N2
D-1, (360X)
100VAC
IPS, IPS-2-H2/2B/2B-H2C/5,
50/60Hz
KM008, KR-053,
PLATH NAVIGAT-1,
PT11-H2/21/21-H2
1351, Step motor
ARMA BROWN MK-1 ∼ 7/10/20, MKL-1, BZ-2191
50VDC
(France) MOD-4, NB-23-88, (180X)
SERIE, SGB1000
110-301, 139-31, Synchro motor
ANSCHUTZ ANSCHUTZ-1 ∼ 6/12/14/Z, NB23-91 50VAC
(Germany) GM-BH, K8051, (360X) 50Hz
NB23-126, Z0658U
NAVIGAT 763-331E Synchro motor
C.PLATH 50VAC
PLATH NAVIGAT-II/III YM14A
(Germany) 60Hz
(360X)

*: Numeric number

2-41
3. OPTIONS
3-1 Telephone (NQZ-132B)

78
228

150

Unit: mm
Mass: 0.7 kg

Fig. 3-1 Telephone NQZ-132B

3-1
3-2 TEL JB (NQE-3058A)

72
50 29

INMARSAT TEL

122

90
MJ-2W

NQE-3058A

φ3.5 × 4
Mounting holes

Unit: mm
Mass: 0.1 kg

Fig. 3-2a TEL JB NQE-3058A (Option)

3-2
Wall mount bracket
TEL JB-board
TEL JB-cover
Cabling hole
L2 Terminal

Cabling hole

L1 Terminal
Modular Jack
Wood Screw

Fig. 3-2b TEL JB NQE-3058A (Option)

3-3
4-φ4.6 Mounting Holes (Flush mounting type)
240 50
230
185 41

NCE-6824A
EXTERNAL BUZZER

INM-F
RECEIVE POWER

VOLUME BUZZ OFF DIMMER

3-4
3-3 EXTERNAL BUZZER (NCE-6824A)

4-φ4.6 Mounting Holes


210 (Wall mounting type)

Fig. 3-3 External Buzzer NCE-6824A (Option)


Unit: mm
Mass: 0.7 kg
206
4-φ4.6 Mounting Holes (Flush mounting type)
240 50
230
185 41

NQE-3035B
INMARSAT
VOICE DISTRESS BUTTON

| DISTRESS REQUEST PROCEDURES |


[1] Open hinged cover and push and hold DISTRESS button in for 6 seconds.
[2] When TEL rings, pick up the receiver.
[3] Dial the CES number and #key (xxx#)

If cancel the distress request, push STOP button.


POWER

DISTRESS
push & hold for 6 sec STOP
DISTRESS

3-5
REQUEST DIMMER
3-4 VOICE DISTRESS BUTTON (NQE-3035B)

4-φ4.6 Mounting Holes


(Wall mounting type)
210

Fig. 3-4 Voice Distress Button NQE-3035B (Option)


Unit: mm
Mass: 0.6 kg
206
4-φ4.6 Mounting Holes (Flush mounting type)
240 50
230
185 41

NQZ-6803A
CARD READER INTF

POWER

DIMMER

3-6
4-φ4.6 Mounting Holes
(Wall mounting type)
3-5 CARD READER INTERFACE (NQE-6803A)

210

Fig. 3-5 Card Reader Interface NQZ-6803A (Option)


Unit: mm
Mass: 0.6 kg
206
3-6 CARD READER (NQZ-4968A)

Fig. 3-6 Card Reader NQZ-4968A(Option)

3-7
Appendix :Detail information of attached cables
Table A-1 Power cable between Main Unit and Junction Box
Main Unit Junction Box
Signal Name Color Remarks
Pin No. TB931 No.
U 1 1 WHT
V 2 2 BLK
FG 3 3 GRN

Main Unit Junction Box


1m

H-7ZCSC0132

Table A-2 Gyro signal cable between Main Unit and Junction Box
Main Unit J912 Junction Box J1
Signal Name Color Remarks
Pin No. Pin No.
GND 1 1 - Shield line is contacted at
RING6 2 2 - connector shell. (earth)
RING5 3 3 -
RING4 4 4 -
RING3 5 5 -
SPARE 6 6 -
SYNC S1 7 7 -
SYNC S3 8 8 -
SYNC REF2 9 9 -
STEP S2 10 10 -
STEP COM 11 11 -
SPARE 12 12 -
NMEA2 RD1 13 13 -
NMEA2 SD1 14 14 -
NMEA1 SD1 15 15 -
SPARE 16 16 -
OPT D1 17 17 -
OPT 12V 18 18 -
GND 19 19 -
GND 20 20 -
TIP6 21 21 -
TIP5 22 22 -
TIP4 23 23 -
TIP3 24 24 -
SPARE 25 25 -
SYNC 52 26 26 -
SYNC REF1 27 27 -
STEP S1 28 28 -
STEP S3 29 29 -
SPARE 30 30 -
NMEA2 RD2 31 31 -
NMEA2 SD2 32 32 -
NMEA1 RD2 33 33 -
SPARE 34 34 -
OPT D2 35 35 -
OPT 12V 36 36 -
GND 37 37 -

Main Unit Junction Box


1m

(Dsub 37pin) H-7ZCSC0032B (Dsub 37pin)

A1-1