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INMARSAT-C MOBILE EARTH STATION SHIP SECURITY ALERT OPTION OPERATION MANUAL

7ZPSC00141

Abbreviation

A
AC ACK ACSE ADE AOR AORE AORW ALM ANT ASCII Alternative current Acknowledgement Access Control and Signaling Equipment Above Deck Equipment Atlantic Ocean Region Atlantic Ocean Region East Atlantic Ocean Region West Alarm Antenna American Standard Code for Information Interchange

B
BB BBER BCD BDE BER BPS BPSK BS BUZZ Bulletin Board Bulletin Board Error Rate Binary Coded Decimal Below Deck Equipment Bit Error rate Bit Per Second Binary Phase Shift Keying Back Space Buzzer

C
CCC CCIR CCITT CCU CES CNID COMM CPU CR CSDN CUG CW Channel Control Circuit Comite Consultatif International des Rediocommunications Comite Consultatif International Telegraphique et Telephonique Central Control Unit Coast Earth Station Closed Network Identification Communication Central Processing Unit Carriage Return Circuit Switched Data Network Closed User Group Continues Wave

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D
dB DC DCE DEC DEL DEM DOS DS DTE Decibels Direct Current Data Circuit Terminating Equipment Decoder Circuit Delete Demodulator Circuit Disk Operating System Data Source Data Terminal Equipment

E
EDP EEPROM EGC EIA EIRP EME EOF EXT E/W External Data Port Electrically Erasable and Programmable ROM Enhanced Group Call Electronic Industries Association Equivalent Isotropically Radiated Power Externally Mounted Equipment End Of File External East/West

F
FD FDD FED FTU Floppy Disk Floppy Disk Drive Forward Error Correction Frequency Transfer Unit

G
GMDSS GPS Global Maritime Distress Safety Service Global Positioning System

H
HPA HTTP HYB High Power Amplifier Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Hybrid

I
IA5 International Alphabet number 5

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ID IF IFU IHO IME IMO IMN INFO INMARSAT I/O IOR IP IPDS ISDN ISN ISO ISPS ITA ITU

IDentity Intermediate Frequency Intermediate Frequency Unit International Hydrographic Office Internally Mounted Equipment International maritime Organization INMARSAT Mobile Number INFOmation INternational MARitime SATellite organization Input/Output Indian Ocean Region Internet Protocol INMARSAT Packet Data Service Integrated Service Digital Network INMARAT Serial Number International Organization for Standard International Ship and Port facility Security International Telegraph Alphabet International Telecommunication Union

J K L
LCD LED LES LMSS LNA LSB LT Liquid Crystal Display Light Emitting Diode Land Earth Station Land Mobile Satellite Service Low Noise Amplifier Least Significant Bit Local Time

M
MES MHS MID MMSI MMSS MOD MPDS MRCC MRSII Mobile Earth Station Message Handling System Maritime Identification Digits Maritime Mobile Service Identity Maritime Mobile Satellite Service Modulator Mobile Packet Data Service Marine Rescue Co-ordination Centres Minimum Request Sequence Initiation Interval

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MSB MSI

Most Significant Bit Marine Safety Information

N
NAVAREA NAVTEX NCS NMEA NSR N/S Navigational Area MF Navigation Broadcast Service Network Coordination Station National Marine Electronics Association Network Status Record North/South

O
OCC O-QPSK OSB OSC INMARSAT Operations Control Centre Offset Quadrature Phase Shift Keying Option Switch Box Oscillator

P
PA PC PEP PER PIN POR PPP PROM PSDN PSPDN PSTN PSU PVT Power Amplifier Personal Computer Packet Error Probability Packet Error Rate Personal Identification Number Pacific Ocean Region Point to Point Protocol Programmable ROM Packet Switched Data Network Packet Switched Public Data Network Public Switched Telephone Network Power Supply Unit Performance Verification Test

Q
QPSK Quadrature Phase Shift Keying

R
RAM RCC RDB REC Random Access Memory Rescue Coordination Centre Remote Distress Button Receiving Level

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ROM RX

Read Only Memory Receive/Receiver

S
SAR SB SBC SDM SES SFU SOLAS SSAS SSP Search And Rescue Security Button Security Button Controller System Definition Manual Ship Earth Station Store and Forward Unit Safety Of Life At Sea Ship Security Alert System Ship Security Plan

T
TCP TDM TDMA TX Transmission Control Protocol Time Division Multiplex TDM Access Transmit/Transmitter

U
UDP USB UTC User Datagram Protocol Universal Serial Bus Coordinated Universal Time

V
VCXO VFDU Voltage Control Crystal Oscillator Voice/FAX/Data Unit

W
WMO World Metrological Organization

X Y Z

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The English and Japanese language version has the same contents.

CONTENTS
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1. Summery of Ship Security Alert System 2. Block diagram and installation place example 3. Appearances and Configurations 4. SSAS operation flow 5. Creating security message 5.1 Creating security message for TELEX or FAX 5.2 Creating Internet e-mail message 6. Setting up the security alert transmission 6.1 Setting up sending the security message to the telex terminal on the terrestrial network 6.2 Setting up sending the security message to the facsimile on the terrestrial network 6.3 Setting up sending the Internet e-mail via Inmarsat service provider 7. Transmitting security alert 8. Security alert transmission test 9. Security button test

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5.1 5.2 e-mail 6. 6.1 6.2 6.3 e-mail 7. 8. 9.

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1. Summery of Ship Security Alert System


The latest regulations of SOLAS Chapter XI-2 and International Port and Ship Security (ISPS) code require that International voyage passenger ships and cargo ships over 500G/T must be equipped the Ship Security Alert System. This Ship Security Alert Option connecting to INMARSAT-C JUE-75A or JUE-75C meets the following requirements for Ships Security Alert System. (1) SOLAS Chap. XI-2 Regulation 2&6 (2) ISPS code Part A, 9.4.18 (3) IMO MSC Resolution 136(76)/147(77) (4) IMO MSC/Circ.1072/1073

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2. Block diagram and installation place example


Security buttons shall install in the navigation bridge and at least one other location. (SOLAS Chapter XI-1 Reguration6) Up to four Security buttons can connect to the Security Button Controller.

EME

IME

Printer Distress Button Security Button

DCE

Distress Button

PSU

DTE

GPS
TTYCS-1Q or equivalent

5m cable with no armor

Security Button Controller

Captain Room

Bridge

Security Button Security Button Other Rooms

Security Button

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3. Appearances and Configurations

Security Button Controller (NQE-3153)

Security Button (NQE-3154)

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Button cover

Security Button Controller (NQE-3153)

Security Button (NQE-3154)

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4. SSAS operation flow

Open the hinged cover of the security button

Press the button and then release the button. The security button is latch type button, the button pressed remains pushed in. You can cancel the security alert transmission without transmitting by pressing the security button again within 30 seconds from initial pressing.

The security alert is sent to the address has been preset in Schedule Transmission#1option in Setup dialogue box after 30 seconds from initial pressing. If another address has been setup in the Schedule Transmission#2- #5, the security alert transmission will be started in order of transmitting setting file #2, #3, #4, and #5 at intervals of 12 minutes.

The security alert transmission to the address at interval which setup in transmission setup files (Schedule Transmission#- #5).

To stop the security alert transmission, press the button again. If the button pushed in at least a security button, the security alert will not stop.

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5. Creating security message


JUE-75A/ C transmits the following message as the security message under initiating security alert transmission. This section describes how to create user message. <Security message transmitted> 1. The message created by user. 2. The message which are provided in JUE-75A/ C, The message is transmitted selected depending on transmitting setting file. * MES NO is ships IMN (Inmarsat Mobile Number ). Ships position is registered at transmitting the security alert. Message Type 1 Selection conditions: a user creating message file as security message is selected with correctly. Message: SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG,10.0KT,COG,20DEG Message Type 2 Selection conditions: a user creating message file as security message has not been selected. Message: NO FILE SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG,10.0KT,COG,20DEG Message Type 3 Selection conditions: a user creating message file selected as security message is not exist. Message: FILE 0:SSAS MSG.TLX FILE NOT EXIST SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG,10.0KT,COG,20DEG Message Type 4 Selection conditions: The communication between DCE and DTE has failed after initiating the security alert transmission. Message: FILE 0:SSAS MSG.TLX NO CONNECTION SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG,10.0KT,COG,20DEG

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5.1 Creating security message for TELEX or FAX.


Step 1 Step 2 Press <ESC> key until the screen clear. Highlight the Edit function from the menu bar by pressing the right/ left arrow keys.
Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu Transmit read-Out Edit call-Log Distress Ncs / les-info receive-Mode egC Transmit Read-Out Edit :To transmit message :To read out received message. :To edit a message or to manipulate files. Edit edit Telex file edit Ascii file Delete file reName file Copy file cOpy to another diskette Initialize Diskette disKcopy F10:Previous

Step 3

Press <Enter> to obtain Edit dialogue box.

Step 4

Select the message format type by pressing the up/down arrow keys, and then press <Enter>. edit Telex file option should be selected for creating Telex message. edit Ascii file option should be selected for FAX message or Internet e-mail message.

ATTENTION
In edit Telex file mode; 1. The characters which can be used on the land telex line can be input. So, the following characters and the small letters are rejected in the file: ! @ # $ % ^ & * _ { [ ] } : ; ~ and 2. Created telex file is assigned the extension .TLX as file name.

Step 5

Type the filename of the message, and then press<Enter>. (File names must be 8 characters or less in length ) e.g. SSAS has been typed as the file name.

Edit Telex file

File : SSAS F: Edit No. File name Date Time Size edit1. Telex file TEST1.TLX 04-07-01 00:01 100 TEST2.TLX 04-07-02 10:00 52 edit 2. Ascii file Delete file reName file Copy file contd. ( Total : 2 cOpy to another diskette Initialize Diskette disKcopy F10:Previous

Residual: 975KB ) F10:Previous

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ATTENTION
The following characters can be used for file name. 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,S,T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z.

Step 6

Enter your message. An example of creating message is shown below.


Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt Editing telex file: SSAS.TLX

Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

THIS IS THE SECURITY ALERT MESSAGE. THIS SHIP IS UNDER EMERGENCY. SHIP NAME: JRC MARU MMSI: 431995000 [End of File]

F1:Insert Off F6:Transmit

F2:Ins_Line F7:Quit

F3:Block F8:Save As

F4:Del_Word F9:Save & Quit

F5:Del_Line F10:Others

NOTE
1.The following message is automatically added to your message when initiating security alert. SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG, 10.0KT,COG,20DEG 2. When you edit message for internet e-mail, check message format to LES provider you want to send e-mail.

Step 7

To store your message, select Save & Quit function by pressing function key 9 <F9>. If Input Search String dialogue box is appear, press function key10 <F10> twice, and then press function key9 <F9>. Press <ESC> key until the screen clear.

Step 8

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5.2 Creating Internet e-mail message


This section describes how to create internet e-mail message via Inmarsat service provider.

NOTE
When you edit message for internet e-mail, check message format to LES service provider you want to send e-mail. Step 1 Step 2 Press <ESC> key until the screen clear. Highlight the Edit function from the menu bar by pressing the right/ left arrow keys.
Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu Transmit read-Out Edit call-Log Distress Ncs / les-info receive-Mode egC Transmit Read-Out Edit :To transmit message :To read out received message. :To edit a message or to manipulate files. Edit edit Telex file edit Ascii file Delete file reName file Copy file cOpy to another diskette Initialize Diskette disKcopy F10:Previous

Step 3

Press <Enter> to obtain Edit dialogue box.

Step 4

Select edit Ascii file by pressing the up/down arrow keys, an then press <Enter>.
Edit Ascii file Edit edit Telex file edit Ascii file Delete file reName file Copy file cOpy to another diskette contd. ( Total : 2 Initialize Diskette disKcopy F10:Previous Residual: 975KB ) F10:Previous File : No. 1. 2. File name Date TEST1 04-07-01 TEST2 04-07-02 F: Time Size 00:01 100 10:00 52

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Step 5

Type the filename of the message, and then press<Enter>. (File names must be 8 characters or less in length ) e.g. SSAS has been typed as the file name.

Edit Ascii file File : SSAS Edit No. edit Telex file 1. edit Ascii file 2. Delete file reName file Copy file contd. ( Total : 2 cOpy to another diskette Initialize Diskette disKcopy F10:Previous Residual: 975KB ) F10:Previous File name Date TEST1 04-07-01 TEST2 04-07-02 F: Time Size 00:01 100 10:00 52

ATTENTION
The following characters can be used for file name. 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,S,T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z.

Step 6

Enter your message.

NOTE
The following message is automatically added to your message when initiating security alert. SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG, 10.0KT,COG,20DEG

ATTENTION
When you edit message for internet e-mail, check message format to LES provider you want to send e-mail. If the created message could not be sent to the destinations by e-mail, the message could be created by the incorrect format.

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Examples of creating message are shown below.


< SERVICE PROVIDER : KDDI >
Special Access Code : 28
Ready Rec :Good-15

LES ID: AOR-W:003, AOR-E:103, POR:203, IOR:303


Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu

N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt To:jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp To:jmarine1@m1.jrc.co.jp cc: jmarine2@m1.jrc.co.jp subject: Security message <One blank line> This is SSAS message. SHIP NAME: JRCMARU MMSI:431995000 [End of File ] F1:Insert Off F2:Ins_Line

Editing telex file: SSAS Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

F3:Block

F4:Del_Word

F5:Del_Line

< SERVICE PROVIDER : XANTIC>


Special Access Code : 28 or EMAIL LES ID: AOR-W:012, AOR-E:112, POR:212, IOR:312
Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt to:jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp to:jmarine1@m1.jrc.co.jp cc: jmarine2@m1.jrc.co.jp su: Security message <One blank line> This is SSAS message. SHIP NAME: JRCMARU MMSI:431995000 [End of File ] F1:Insert Off F2:Ins_Line F3:Block F4:Del_Word F5:Del_Line

Editing telex file: SSAS Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

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< SERVICE PROVIDER : STRATOS>


Special Access Code : 63 or EMAIL LES ID: AOR-W:002, AOR-E:102, 1POR:202, IOR:302
Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt TO+jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp TO+jmarine1@m1.jrc.co.jp This is SSAS message. SHIP NAME: JRCMARU MMSI:431995000 [End of File ]

Editing telex file: SSAS Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

F1:Insert Off F6:Transmit

F2:Ins_Line F7:Quit

F3:Block F8:Save As

F4:Del_Word F9:Save & Quit

F5:Del_Line F10:Others

< SERVICE PROVIDER : MARLINK>


Special Access Code : 28
Ready Rec :Good-15

LES ID: AOR-W:004, AOR-E:104, POR:204, IOR:304


Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu

N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt TO:jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp CC: jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp SUB: Security message <One blank line> This is SSAS message. SHIP NAME: JRCMARU MMSI:431995000 [End of File ]

Editing telex file: SSAS Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

F1:Insert Off F6:Transmit

F2:Ins_Line F7:Quit

F3:Block F8:Save As

F4:Del_Word F9:Save & Quit

F5:Del_Line F10:Others

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< SERVICE PROVIDER : OTESAT>


Special Access Code : EMAIL LES ID: AOR-W:021, AOR-E:120, POR:221, IOR:305
Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt TO:jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp CC: jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp This is SSAS message. SHIP NAME: JRCMARU MMSI:431995000 [End of File ]

Editing telex file: SSAS Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

F1:Insert Off F6:Transmit

F2:Ins_Line F7:Quit

F3:Block F8:Save As

F4:Del_Word F9:Save & Quit

F5:Del_Line F10:Others

< SERVICE PROVIDER : FRANCE TELECOM>


Special Access Code : 29
Ready Rec :Good-15

LES ID: AOR-W:021, AOR-E:121, 1POR:221, IOR:321


Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu

N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt To+jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp Subj+ SSAS MESSAGE This is SSAS message. SHIP NAME: JRCMARU MMSI:431995000 [End of File ]

Editing telex file: SSAS Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

F1:Insert Off F6:Transmit

F2:Ins_Line F7:Quit

F3:Block F8:Save As

F4:Del_Word F9:Save & Quit

F5:Del_Line F10:Others

Step 7

To store your message, select Save & Quit function by pressing function key9 <F9>. If Input Search String dialogue box is appear, press function key10 <F10> twice, and then press function key9 <F9>. Press <ESC> key until the screen clear.

Step 8

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6. Setting up the security alert transmission


6.1 Setting up sending the security message to the telex terminal on the terrestrial network
This section describes how to set up for sending the security message to the telex terminal on the terrestrial network.
Set up

Step 1 Step 2

Press <ESC> until the screen clear. Press <ALT> + <U> to obtain Set up dialogue box.

Date & time log-Out initiation log-In initiation Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission Land id registration for polling Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F10:Previous

Step 3

Select Scheduled transmission option by pressing the up/down arrow keys , and then press <Enter>. Scheduled transmission dialogue box will be appeared.
Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation log-InScheduled transmission #1 initiation Performance test initiation #2 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #3 Land Scheduled transmission #4 id registration for polling Scheduled transmission Closed network id selection #5 Peripheral Function F10:Previous F10:Previous

Step 4

Press <Ctrl>+function key10 <F10>, and then F1:SSAS TEST will be appeared in bottom of Scheduled transmission dialogue box. Set up
Date & time log-Out initiation Scheduled transmission log-In initiation Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission #1 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #2 Land id registrationtransmission #3 Scheduled for polling Closed network id selection Scheduled transmission #4 Peripheral Functiontransmission #5 Scheduled F10:Previous F10:Previous F1: SSAS TEST

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Step 5

To setup security alert transmission, select the Scheduled transmission #1, Scheduled transmission #2, Scheduled transmission #3, Scheduled transmission #4 or Schedule transmission #5 by pressing the up/down arrow keys and press <Enter>.

ATTENTION
The security message transmission should be configured in order from Scheduled transmission #1. The MES transmits security alert in order of a young file number of scheduled transmission configuration file.

e.g. Scheduled transmission file #1 has been selected for SSAS message transmission setup.
Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscribers number Character code data type qtH dS File name transMission security Alert Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 00:00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance : 000-000-000-000 test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000 : Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous : 1 2 Both None : 0: : oN : oN oFf oFf

F9:Next F10: Previous

Step 6 Step 7

Press the down arrow key to choose requesting Interval, and then press <Enter>. (Starting date and Time is not used for security message transmission.) Enter time interval (01:00 23:00 ) to the security alert transmission, and then press <Enter>. The minimum setting unit is one hour. If any number (01-59) enter as minute, JUE-75A/ C will ignore. e.g. One hour has been entered as interval to transmit the security alert. requesting Interval : 01: 00

ATTENTION
1. The minimum setting unit is one hour. If any number (01-59) enter as minute, JUE-75A/ C will ignore.

2. When 00:00 has been entered as interval to transmit the security alert, MES will transmit.

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Step 8

Press <Enter>, enter LES ID, and then press <Enter>. e.g. KDDI LES has been entered as default LES in each ocean region. lEs : 003 103 203 303 (a) (b) (c) (d) (a) LES ID used when MES logs in AOR-W. (b) LES ID used when MES logs in AOR-E. (c) LES ID used when MES logs in POR. (d) LES ID used when MES logs in IOR.

Step 9

Press <Enter>, Network type dialogue box will be appeared and then select TELEX option by pressing the up/down arrow keys, and then press <Enter>.
Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscribers Network typenumber Character code data type qtH Telex dS pstN File name psDn transMission Closed net security Alert Special access F10:Previous Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 01: 00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance : 003-103-203-303 test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000

: Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous : 1 2 Both None : 0: : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10: Previous

Step 10

Step 11

Press <Enter>, and then enter the country code and subscribers number of final destination. e.g. 072-0223344 has been entered as Destination code and subscribers number. Destination code & subscribers number : 072 - 0223344 (a) (b) (a) Telex Country code (b) Subscribers number Press <Enter>, Select Ia5 by pressing the left/right arrow keys, and then press <Enter>. Character code : Ia5 iTa2

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Step 12

Press <Enter> thrice, and then select None by pressing the left/right arrow keys, and then press <Enter>. dS : 1 2 Both None

NOTE
qtH setup may be set whichever of ON and OFF, because this menu is used to add ships position information to sending message on usual scheduled transmission. The security message is automatically added also for ON or OFF. Step 13 Press <Enter>, enter the directory number and the name of file created for SSAS message according to the following format: e.g. SSAS.TLX has been entered as file name of SSAS message File name : 0 : SSAS.TLX (a) (b) (a) Directory number: 0 should be input (b) Message file name

ATTENTION
Add the extension .TLX to file name created by using edit Telex file option.

Step 14 Step 15

Step 16

Press <Enter>. Press <Enter>, select oFf by pressing the left/right arrow keys, press <Enter>. Transmission : oN oFf If oN has been selected, Message will be sent although nobody press the security button. Press <Enter>, select oN by pressing the left/right arrow keys, and then press <Enter>. Security Alert : oN oFf If oFf has been selected, Message will NOT be sent although anyone press the security button.

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Step 17 Step 18

Setup is completed, and then press function key10 <F10> to finish the setup. Press function key10 <F10> or <ESC> to save the setup. An example of setup of scheduled transmission is shown below.
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Scheduled transmission #1

Starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscriber number Character code data type qtH dS File name transmission Security Alert

: 00-00-00 00:00 : 01:00 : 003-103-203-303 : Telex : 720-26059 : Ia5 iTa2 : oN oFf : 1 2 Both None : 0: SSAS.TLX : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10:Previous

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6.2 Setting up sending the security message to the facsimile on the terrestrial network .
This section describes how to set up for sending the security message to the facsimile on the terrestrial network. Step 1 Step 2 Press <ESC> until the screen clear. Press <ALT> + <U> to obtain Set up dialogue box.
Set up Date & time log-Out initiation log-In initiation Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission Land id registration for polling Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F10:Previous

Step 3

Select Scheduled transmission function by pressing the up/down arrow keys , and then press <Enter>. Scheduled transmission dialogue box will be appeared.
Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation Scheduled log-In initiation transmission #1 Scheduled transmission Performance test initiation #2 Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled id selection Closed network transmission #5 Peripheral Function F10:Previous F10:Previous

Step 4

Press <Ctrl>+function key10 <F10>, and then F1:SSAS will be appeared in the bottom of Scheduled transmission dialogue box. Set up
Date & time log-Out initiation Scheduled transmission log-In initiation Performance test initiation #1 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #2 LandScheduled transmission #3 id registration for polling Closed network id selection #4 Scheduled transmission Peripheral Function Scheduled transmission #5 F1: SSAS TEST F10:Previous F10:Previous

Step 5

To setup SSAS message transmission, select the Scheduled transmission #1, Scheduled transmission #2, Scheduled transmission #3, Scheduled transmission #4 or Schedule transmission #5 by pressing the up/down arrow keys and press <Enter>.

ATTENTION
The security alert transmission should be configured in order from Scheduled transmission #1. The MES transmits the security alert in order of a young file number of scheduled transmission configuration file.

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e.g. Scheduled transmission file #1 has been selected for security alert transmission setup.
Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscribers number Character code data type qtH dS File name transMission security Alert Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 00:00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation : 000-000-000-000 Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000

: Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous : 1 2 Both None : 0: : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10: Previous

Step 6 Step 7

Press the down arrow key to choose requesting Interval, and then press <Enter>. (Starting date and Time is not used for security alert transmission.) Enter time interval (01:00 23:00 ) to transmit the security alert, and then press <Enter>. The minimum setting unit is one hour. If any number (01-59) enter as minute, JUE-75C will ignore. e.g. One hour has been entered as interval to transmit the SSAS message. requesting Interval : 01: 00

ATTENTION
1. 2. The minimum setting unit is one hour. If any number (01-59) enter as minute, JUE-75C will ignore. When 00:00 has been entered as interval to transmit the security alert, MES will transmit the security alert only one time.

Step 8

Press <Enter>, enter LES ID, and then press <Enter>. e.g. KDDI LES has been entered as default LES in each ocean region. lEs : 003 103 203 303 (a) (b) (c) (d) (a)LES ID used when MES logs in AOR-W. (b)LES ID used when MES logs in AOR-E. (c)LES ID used when MES logs in POR. (d)LES ID used when MES logs in IOR.

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Step 9

Press <Enter>, Network type dialogue box will be appeared and then select PSTN option and by pressing the up/down arrow keys, and then press <Enter>, and then Modem type dialogue box will be appeared. Set up Scheduled transmission #1
starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscribers number Character code Network type data type qtH dS Telex File name pstN transMission psDn security Alert Closed net Special access F10:Previous Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 01: 00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation : 003-103-203-303 Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000 : Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous : 1 2 Both None : 0: : oN : oN oFf oFf

F9:Next F10: Previous

Step 10

Select others by pressing the up/down arrow keys, and then press <Enter >, and then Others dialogue box will be appeared.
Scheduled transmission #1 Set up starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & Network typenumber subscribers Character code Modem type Telex data type qtH pstN dS V22 psDn File name V22bis Closed net transMission V32bis Special access security Alert others F10:Previous Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 01: 00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance : 003-103-203-303 test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000

: Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous Others : Both None :1 2 : 0: F10: previous : oN oFf : oN oFf

F9:Next F10: Previous

Step 11

Enter T30 , and then press <Enter>.


Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & Network typenumber subscribers Character code Modem type Telex data type qtH pstN dS V22 psDn File name V22bis Closed net transMission V32bis Special access security Alert others F10:Previous Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 01: 00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance : 003-103-203-303 test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000 : Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous Others : T30 None : 1 2 Both : 0: : oN : oN F10: previous oFf oFf

F9:Next F10: Previous

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Step 12

Step 13

Press <Enter>, and then enter the country code and subscribers number of final destination. e.g. 081-422459111 has been entered as Destination code and subscribers number. Destination code & subscribers number : 081 - 422459111 (a) (b) (a)Telephone Country code (b)Subscribers number Press <Enter>, Select Ia5 by pressing the left/right arrow keys, and then press <Enter>. Character code : Ia5 Data Press <Enter> thrice, and then select None by pressing the left/right arrow keys, and then press <Enter>. dS : 1 2 Both None

Step 14

NOTE
qtH setup may be set whichever of ON and OFF, because this menu is used to add ships position information to sending message on usual scheduled transmission .The security message is automatically added also for ON or OFF. Step 15 Press <Enter>, enter the directory number and the name of file created for SSAS message according to the following format: e.g. SSAS has been entered as file name of SSAS message File name : 0 : SSAS (a) (b) (a)Directory number: 0 should be input (b)Message file name

ATTENTION
Add the extension .TLX to file name created by using edit Telex file option.

Step 16 Step 17

Step 18

Press <Enter>. Press <Enter>, select oFf by pressing the left/right arrow keys, press <Enter>. Transmission : oN oFf If oN has been selected, Message will be sent although nobody press the security button. Press <Enter>, select oN by pressing the left/right arrow keys, and then press <Enter>. Security Alert : oN oFf If oFf has been selected, Message will NOT be sent although anyone press the security button.

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Step 19 Step 20

Setup is completed, and then press function key10 <F10> to finish the setup. Press function key10 <F10> or <ESC> to save the setup. An example of setup of scheduled transmission is shown below.
.

Scheduled transmission #1

Starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscriber number Character code data type qtH dS File name transmission Security Alert

: 00-00-00 00:00 : 01:00 : 003-103-203-303 : PSTN(T30) : 081-422459111 : Ia5 Data : oN oFf : 1 2 Both None : 0: SSAS : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10:Previous

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6.3 Setting up sending the internet e-mail via Inmarsat service provider
This section describes how to set up for sending the internet e-mail via Inmarsat service provider.

NOTE
When you edit message for internet e-mail, check message format to LES service provider you want to send e-mail.
Set up Date & time log-Out initiation log-In initiation Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission Land id registration for polling Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F10:Previous

Step 1 Step 2

Press <ESC> until the screen clear. Press <ALT> + <U> to obtain Set up dialogue box.

Step 3

Select Scheduled transmission option by pressing the up/down arrow keys , and then press <Enter>. Scheduled transmission dialogue box will be appeared.
Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation log-InScheduled transmission #1 initiation Scheduled transmission Performance test initiation #2 Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission LandScheduled transmission #4 id registration for polling Scheduled transmission Closed network id selection #5 Peripheral Function F10:Previous F10:Previous

Step 4

Press <Ctrl>+function key10 <F10>, and then F1:SSAS TEST will be appeared in the bottom of Scheduled transmission dialogue box. Set up
Date & time Scheduled transmission log-Out initiation log-In initiation Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission #1 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #2 Land id registration for polling #3 Scheduled transmission ClosedScheduled transmission #4 network id selection Peripheral Function Scheduled transmission #5 F10:PreviousF10:Previous F1: SSAS TEST

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Step 5

To setup SSAS message transmission, select the Scheduled transmission #1, Scheduled transmission #2, Scheduled transmission #3, Scheduled transmission #4 or Schedule transmission #5 by pressing the up/down arrow keys and press <Enter>.

ATTENTION
The SSAS message transmission should be configured in order from Scheduled transmission #1. The MES transmits the security alert in order of a young file number of scheduled transmission configuration file.

e.g. Scheduled transmission file #1 has been selected for SSAS message transmission setup.
Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscribers number Character code data type qtH dS File name transMission security Alert Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 00:00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance : 000-000-000-000 test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000 : Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous : 1 2 Both None : 0: : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10: Previous

Step 6 Step 7

Press the down arrow key to choose requesting Interval, and then press <Enter>. (Starting date and Time is not used for SSAS message transmission.) Enter time interval (01:00 23:00 ) to transmit the SSAS message, and then press <Enter>. The minimum setting unit is one hour. If any number (01-59) enter as minute, JUE-75A/ C will ignore. e.g. One hour has been entered as interval to transmit the security alert. requesting Interval : 01: 00

ATTENTION
1. The minimum setting unit is one hour. If any number (01-59) enter as minute, JUE-75A/ C will ignore.

2. When 00:00 has been entered as interval to transmit the security alert, MES will transmit the security alert only one time.

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Step 8

Press <Enter>, enter LES ID, and then press <Enter>. e.g. KDDI LES has been entered as default LES in each ocean region. lEs : 003 103 203 303 (a) (b) (c) (d) (a)LES ID used when MES logs in AOR-W. (b)LES ID used when MES logs in AOR-E. (c)LES ID used when MES logs in POR. (d)LES ID used when MES logs in IOR. Press <Enter>, Network type dialogue box will be appeared and then select Special access option by pressing the up/down arrow keys, and then press <Enter>.
Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscribers number Network type Character code data type qtH Telex dS pstN File name psDn Closed nettransMission security Alert Special access F10:Previous Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 01: 00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance : 003-103-203-303 test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000

Step 9

: Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous : 1 2 Both None : 0: : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10: Previous

Step 10

Press <Enter>, and then enter the country code and subscribers number of final destination. e.g. 28 has been entered as the special access code for KDDI inmarsat-C internet e-mail service. Destination code & subscribers number : 28 (a) (a) Special access code

NOTE
Check the special access code number for LES you want to send internet e-mail.

Step 11

Press <Enter>, Select Ia5 by pressing the left/right arrow keys, and then press <Enter>. Character code : Ia5 Data

NOTE
Check character code can be used for LES you want to send internet e-mail.

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Step 12

Press <Enter> thrice, and then select None by pressing the left/right arrow keys, and then press <Enter>. dS : 1 2 Both None

NOTE
qtH setup may be set whichever of ON and OFF, because this menu is used to add ships position information to sending message on usual scheduled transmission. The security message is automatically added also for ON or OFF. Step 13 Press <Enter>, enter the directory number and the name of file created for SSAS message according to the following format: e.g. SSAS has been entered as file name of SSAS message File name : 0 : SSAS (a) (b) (a)Directory number: 0 should be input (b)Message file name Press <Enter>. Press <Enter>, select oFf by pressing the left/right arrow keys, press <Enter>. Transmission : oN oFf If oN has been selected, Message will be sent although nobody press the security button. Press <Enter>, select oN by pressing the left/right arrow keys, and then press <Enter>. Security Alert : oN oFf If oFf has been selected, Message will not be sent although anyone press the security button.

Step 14 Step 15

Step 16

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Step 17 Step 18

Setup is completed, and then press function key10 <F10> to finish the setup. Press function key10 <F10> or <ESC> to save the setup. An example of setup of scheduled transmission is shown below.

Scheduled transmission #1

Starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscriber number Character code data type qtH dS File name transmission Security Alert

: 00-00-00 00:00 : 01:00 : 003-103-203-303 : Special access : 28 : Ia5 Data : oN oFf : 1 2 Both None : 0: SSAS : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10:Previous

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7. Transmitting security alert


This section describes how to initiate the security alert transmission.

ATTENTION
The communication status indication, Buzzer sounding and message printout for security alert are not executed under transmitting the security message. Step 1 Open the hinged cover of the Security Alert Button.

Cover

Step 2

Push the button. <Top View > <Side View> The SSAS message will be transmitted after 30 seconds from the button is pushed in.

NOTE
1. Your creating message and the following message are transmitted to pre-designed destinations. SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG, 10.0KT,COG,20DEG

ATTENTION
To cancel security alert transmission if you accidentally push the button, push the button again within 30 seconds. When security alert transmission has canceled, the following widow will be displayed on DTE screen.
Cancelled Security Alert by No.1 SA button F10: Previous

Step 3

MES transmits SSAS message in order of a young file number of scheduled transmission configuration file. To stop transmission, push button again to pop up the pushed button.

Step 4

ATTENTION
If you turn on the MES with any security button has been pushed in, The MES resumes the security alert transmission.

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8. Security alert transmission test


This section describes how to initiate the security alert transmission test. The test transmission actives with setting up for real security alert transmission. The security message transmitted under test mode is added the following message. * MES NO is ships IMN (Inmarsat Mobile Number ). Ships position is registered at transmitting the security alert. Message:TEST TEST MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG,10.0KT,COG,20DEG

ATTENTION
Setup the security alert setup menu beforehand transmit security alert test messages.

Step 1 Step 2

Press <ESC> until the screen clear. Press <ALT> + <U> to obtain Set up dialogue box.

Set up Date & time log-Out initiation log-In initiation Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission Land id registration for polling Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F10:Previous

Step 3

Select Scheduled transmission option by pressing the up/down arrow keys , and then press <Enter>. Scheduled transmission dialogue box will be appeared.
Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation log-InScheduled transmission #1 initiation Scheduled transmission Performance test initiation #2 Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission LandScheduled transmission #4 id registration for polling Scheduled transmission Closed network id selection #5 Peripheral Function F10:Previous F10:Previous

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Step 4

Press <Ctrl>+function key10 <F10>, and then F1:SSAS TEST will be appeared in the bottom of Scheduled transmission dialogue box. Set up
Date & time log-Out initiation Scheduled transmission log-In initiation Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission #1 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #2 Land id registration for polling #3 Scheduled transmission Closed network id selection Scheduled transmission #4 Peripheral Function Scheduled transmission #5 F10:Previous F1: SSAS TEST F10:Previous

Step 5

Press function key 1<F1> to start the security alert transmission test.

NOTE
1. The MES starts transmission with setup of Scheduled transmission #1 immediately after pressing function key 1 <F1>. If the another setup has been configured, The MES starts transmission with setup of Scheduled transmission #2 at 12 minutes after pressing function key 1 <F1>, starts transmission with setup of Scheduled transmission #3 at 24 minutes after pressing function key 1 <F1>, starts transmission with setup of Scheduled transmission #4 at 36 minutes after pressing function key 1 <F1>, and starts transmission with setup of Scheduled transmission #5 at 48 minutes after pressing function key 1 <F1>. 2. This test mode remains for 1 hour. 3. Your creating message and the following message are transmitted to pre-designed destinations. TEST TEST MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG, 10.0KT,COG,20DEG

Step 6

The test mode is finished after one hour from pressing function key 1<F1>.

NOTE
The security alert transmission test mode is cancelable if the power switch on the IME to OFF and ON within one hour from pressing function key 1<F1>.

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9. Security button test


This section describes how to initiate the security button test. The test is used to check that the security button activates with correctly. The test is not initiated with real transmission. Step 1 Step 2 Press <ESC> until the screen clear. Press <ALT> + <A> to obtain Diagnostics dialogue box.
Diagnostics Data source contents Alarm history Rom / floppy diskette version distress button Test F10:Previous

Step 3

Press <Ctrl>+function key10 <F10>, and then security button Test will be appeared in the dialogue box.
Diagnostics Data source contents Alarm history Rom / floppy diskette version security button Test F10:Previous

Step 4

Select security button Test option by pressing the up/down arrow keys.
Diagnostics Data source contents Alarm history Rom / floppy diskette version security button Test F10:Previous

Step 5

Press <Enter>, and then Security Button test mode window is appeared.
Security Buttons test mode Security buttons are under test now. Press the security button to test it. If real security alert to be sent, Cancel the test mode F10:Previous

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Step 6

Open the hinged cover of the Security Alert Button.

Cover

Step 7

Push the button. Security Button Test status window is appeared. e.g. No.1 Security button has been pushed in.
------- Security Button Test ------Now security button testing.. If real security alert to be sent, Cancel the test mode

Step 8

When the test is passed, the following window is appeared 30seconds after pushing in the button.
------- Security Button Test ----Security button test succeeded. If real security alert to be sent, Cancel the test mode

F10:Previous

Step 9

Push button again to pop up the pushed button, and then press function 10 key <F10>, and then the following window is appeared. If you test another button, repeat from Step 6 to Step 9. If you cancel the security button test, go to Step 10.
Security buttons test mode Security buttons are under test now. Press the security button to test it. If real security alert to be sent, Cancel the test mode F10:Previous

Step 10

To cancel the test mode, press function 10 key <F10>.

ATTENTION
If you turn on the MES with any security button has been pushed in, The MES resumes the security alert transmission.

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1.
SOLAS XI-1/XI-2 (ISPS ) 500 C JUE-75A JUE-75C (1) SOLAS Chap.XI-2 Regulation 2&6 (2) ISPS Code Part A, 9.4.18 (3) IMO MSC Resolution 136(76)/147(77) (4) IMO MSC/Circ.1072/1073

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2.
1 2 (SOLAS Chapter XI-1 Reguration6) 4

EME

IME

Printer Distress Button Security Button

DCE

Distress Button

PSU

DTE

GPS
TTYCS-1Q or equivalent

5m cable with no armor

Security Button Controller

Captain Room

Bridge

Security Button Security Button Other Rooms

Security Button

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3.

NQE-3153
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NQE-3154

NQE-3153

NQE-3154

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4.

30

30 Schedule Transmission#1 Schedule Transmission#2~#5 Schedule Transmission#1 Schedule Transmission#2,#3,#4,#5 12

Schedule Transmission#~#5

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5.
JUE-75A/ C JUE-75A/ C *MES ID SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG, 10.0KT,COG,20DEG 2 NO FILE SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG, 10.0KT,COG,20DEG 3 FILE 0:SSAS MSG.TLX FILE NOT EXIST SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG, 10.0KT,COG,20DEG 4 DTEDCE FILE 0:SSAS MSG.TLX NO CONNECTION SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG, 10.0KT,COG,20DE

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5.1
1 2 <ESC> / Edit
Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu Transmit read-Out Edit call-Log Distress Ncs / les-info receive-Mode egC Transmit Read-Out Edit :To transmit message :To read out received message. :To edit a message or to manipulate files. Edit edit Telex file edit Ascii file Delete file reName file Copy file cOpy to another diskette Initialize Diskette disKcopy F10:Previous

Edit <Enter>

/<Enter> edit Telex file edit Ascii file

edit Telex file 1. ! @ # $ % ^ & * _ { [ ] } : ; ~ and 2. .TLX 4 <Enter> 8 Edit Telex file
File : SSAS Edit F: File name Date Time Size TEST1.TLX 04-07-01 00:01 100 TEST2.TLX 04-07-02 10:00 52

SSAS

No. edit Telex file 1. edit Ascii2. file

Delete file reName file Copy file contd. ( Total : 2 cOpy to another diskette Initialize Diskette disKcopy F10:Previous

Residual: 975KB ) F10:Previous

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0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,S,T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z.


Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt Editing telex file: SSAS.TLX

Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

THIS IS THE SECURITY ALERT MESSAGE. THIS SHIP IS UNDER EMERGENCY. SHIP NAME: JRC MARU MMSI [End of File] : 431995000

F1:Insert Off F6:Transmit

F2:Ins_Line F7:Quit

F3:Block F8:Save As

F4:Del_Word F9:Save & Quit

F5:Del_Line F10:Others

SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG, 10.0KT,COG,20DEG 2. LES 1.

9 <F9> Input Search String 10<F10> 2 9 <F9> <ESC>

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5.2 e-mail
e-mail

1 2 <ESC> Edit/
Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu Transmit read-Out Edit call-Log Distress Ncs / les-info receive-Mode egC Transmit Read-Out Edit :To transmit message :To read out received message. :To edit a message or to manipulate files. Edit

Edit <Enter>

edit Telex file edit Ascii file Delete file reName file Copy file cOpy to another diskette Initialize Diskette disKcopy F10:Previous

/edit Ascii file <Enter>


Edit edit Telex file edit Ascii file Delete file reName file Copy file Edit Ascii file File : No. 1. 2. File name Date TEST1 04-07-01 TEST2 04-07-02 F: Time Size 00:01 100 10:00 52

cOpy to another diskette contd. ( Total : 2 Initialize Diskette disKcopy F10:Previous

Residual: 975KB ) F10:Previous

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<Enter> (8) () SSAS

Edit Ascii file File : SSAS Edit No. edit Telex file 1. edit Ascii2. file Delete file reName file Copy file contd. ( Total : 2 cOpy to another diskette Initialize Diskette disKcopy F10:Previous Residual: 975KB ) F10:Previous File name Date TEST1 04-07-01 TEST2 04-07-02 F: Time Size 00:01 100 10:00 52

0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,S,T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z.

SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG, 10.0KT,COG,20DEG

LES

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< : KDDI >


: 28 LES ID: AOR-W:003, AOR-E:103, POR:203, IOR:303
Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt To:jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp To:jmarine1@m1.jrc.co.jp cc: jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp subject: Security message < 1 > This is SSAS message. SHIP NAME: JRCMARU MMSI:431995000 [End of File ] F1:Insert Off F6:Transmit F2:Ins_Line F7:Quit F3:Block F8:Save As F4:Del_Word F9:Save & Quit F5:Del_Line F10:Others

Editing telex file: SSAS Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

< : XANTIC>
: 28 or EMAIL LES ID: AOR-W:012, AOR-E:112, POR:212, IOR:312
Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt to:jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp to:jmarine1@m1.jrc.co.jp cc: jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp su: Security message < 1 > This is SSAS message. SHIP NAME: JRCMARU [End of File ]

Editing telex file: SSAS Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

: STRATOS> MMSI:431995000
Special Access Code : 63 or EMAIL LES ID: AOR-W:002, AOR-E:102, 1POR:202, IOR:302
F1:Insert Off F6:Transmit F2:Ins_Line F7:Quit F3:Block F8:Save As F4:Del_Word F9:Save & Quit F5:Del_Line F10:Others

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< : STRATOS>
: 63EMAIL LES ID: AOR-W:002, AOR-E:102, POR:202, IOR:302
Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt TO+jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp TO+jmarine1@m1.jrc.co.jp This is SSAS message. SHIP NAME: JRCMARU MMSI:431995000 [End of File ]

Editing telex file: SSAS Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

F1:Insert Off F6:Transmit

F2:Ins_Line F7:Quit

F3:Block F8:Save As

F4:Del_Word F9:Save & Quit

F5:Del_Line F10:Others

< : MARLINK>
: 28 LES ID: AOR-W:004, AOR-E:104, POR:204, IOR:304
Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt TO:jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp CC: jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp SUB: Security message < 1 > This is SSAS message. SHIP NAME: JRCMARU MMSI:431995000 [End of File ]

Editing telex file: SSAS Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

F1:Insert Off F6:Transmit

F2:Ins_Line F7:Quit

F3:Block F8:Save As

F4:Del_Word F9:Save & Quit

F5:Del_Line F10:Others

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< : OTESAT>
: EMAIL LES ID: AOR-W:021, AOR-E:120, POR:221, IOR:305
Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt TO:jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp CC: jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp This is SSAS message. SHIP NAME: JRCMARU MMSI:431995000 [End of File ]

Editing telex file: SSAS Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

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: 29 LES ID: AOR-W:021, AOR-E:121, 1POR:221, IOR:321
Ready Rec :Good-15 Msg print 04-07-01 09:00(UTC) Update:07-01 00:00 Esc :Main menu N35.33 E139.50 Course:120deg Speed:10.0kt To+jmarine@m1.jrc.co.jp Subj+ SSAS MESSAGE This is SSAS message. SHIP NAME: JRCMARU MMSI:431995000 [End of File ]

Editing telex file: SSAS Line:1 Column: 1 Size: 20

F1:Insert Off F6:Transmit

F2:Ins_Line F7:Quit

F3:Block F8:Save As

F4:Del_Word F9:Save & Quit

F5:Del_Line F10:Others

9<F9>Save & Quit Input Search String10<F10> 2 9<F9> <ESC>

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6.1
1 2 <ESC> Set up <ALT><U>
Set up Date & time log-Out initiation log-In initiation Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission Land id registration for polling Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F10:Previous

Scheduled transmission / <Enter> Scheduled transmission


Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F10:Previous F10:Previous

<Ctrl>10 <F10> F1:SSAS TESTScheduled transmission


Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F1: SSAS TEST F10:Previous F10:Previous

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Scheduled transmission #1 Scheduled transmission #2Scheduled transmission #3Scheduled transmission #4 Schedule transmission #5 / <Enter>

Scheduled transmission #1 Scheduled transmission file #1


Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscribers number Character code data type qtH dS File name transMission security Alert Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 00:00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation : 000-000-000-000 Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000

: Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous : 1 2 Both None : 0: : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10: Previous

requesting Interval<Enter> (Starting date and Time ) (01:00 23:00 ) <Enter> 1 (01-59) () 1 requesting Interval : 01: 00

1. 1 (01-59) 2. 00:00 JUE-75A/ C 1

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<Enter> LES ID <Enter> LES KDDI LES lEs (a) (b) (c) (d) : 003 103 203 303 (a) (b) (c) (d) AOR-W LES ID AOR-E LES ID POR LES ID IOR LES ID

<Enter> Network type TELEX /<Enter>


Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscribers number Character code data type qtH Network type dS File name transMission security Alert Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 01: 00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance : 003-103-203-303 test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000

Telex pstN psDn Closed net Special access

: Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous : 1 2 Both None : 0: : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10: Previous

F10:Previous

10 <Enter> <Enter> () 072-0223344 Destination code & subscribers number : 072 - 0223344 (a) (b) (a) (b)

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11 <Enter> /Ia5 <Enter> Character code : Ia5 iTa2

12 <Enter> 3 / None <Enter> dS : 1 2 Both None

qtH ONOFF

13 <Enter> () SSAS.TLX File name : 0 : SSAS.TLX (a) (b) (a) : 0 (b)

edit Telex file .TLX 14 <Enter> 15 <Enter> / oFf <Enter> Transmission : oN oFf oN . 16 <Enter>/oN <Enter> Security Alert : oN oFf oFf

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17 10 <F10> 18 10 <F10><ESC> scheduled transmission


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Scheduled transmission #1

Starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscriber number Character code data type qtH dS File name transmission Security Alert

: 00-00-00 00:00 : 01:00 : 003-103-203-303 : Telex : 720-26059 : Ia5 iTa2 : oN oFf : 1 2 Both None : 0: SSAS.TLX : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10:Previous

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6.2
1 2 <ESC> Set up <ALT><U>
Set up Date & time log-Out initiation log-In initiation Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission Land id registration for polling Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F10:Previous

Scheduled transmission / <Enter> Scheduled transmission


Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F10:Previous F10:Previous

<Ctrl>10 <F10> F1:SSAS TESTScheduled transmission


Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F1: SSAS TEST F10:Previous F10:Previous

Scheduled transmission #1 Scheduled transmission #2Scheduled transmission #3Scheduled transmission #4 Schedule transmission #5 / <Enter>

Scheduled transmission #1

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Scheduled transmission #1
Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscribers number Character code data type qtH dS File name transMission security Alert Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 00:00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation : 000-000-000-000 Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000

: Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous : 1 2 Both None : 0: : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10: Previous

requesting Interval<Enter> (Starting date and Time ) (01:00 23:00 ) <Enter> 1 (01-59) () 1 requesting Interval : 01: 00

1. 1 (01-59) 2. 00:00 JUE-75A/ C 1 8 <Enter> LES ID <Enter> LES KDDI LES : 003 103 203 303 (a) (b) (c) (d) (a) AOR-W LES ID (b) AOR-E LES ID (c) POR LES ID (d) IOR LES ID lEs

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<Enter> Network type PSTN/ <Enter>Modem type


Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscribers number Character code data type qtH Network type dS File name transMission security Alert Set up Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 log-In00 : 01: initiation Scheduled transmission Performance test initiation : 003-103-203-303 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #1 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #2 Closed network id selection : 000000 Scheduled transmission #3 Peripheral Function transmission #4 : Ia5 iTa2 Scheduled : oN oFf Scheduled transmission #5 : 1 2 Both None F10:Previous F1: SSAS F10:Previous : 0: : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10: Previous F10:Previous

Telex pstN psDn Closed net Special access

10 others /<Enter > Others


Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & Network typenumber subscribers Character code Modem type Telex data type qtH pstN dS V22 psDn File name V22bis Closed net transMission V32bis Special access security Alert others F10:Previous Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 01: 00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance : 003-103-203-303 test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000

: Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous Others : Both None :1 2 : 0: F10: previous : oN oFf : oN oFf

F9:Next F10: Previous

11 T30 <Enter>
Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & Network typenumber subscribers Character code Modem type Telex data type qtH pstN dS V22 psDn File name V22bis Closed net transMission V32bis Special access security Alert others F10:Previous Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 01: 00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance : 003-103-203-303 test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000

: Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous Others : T30 None : 1 2 Both : 0: F10: previous : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10: Previous

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12 <Enter> <Enter> () 081-422459111 Destination code & subscribers number : 081 - 422459111 (a) (b) (a) (b) 13 <Enter>/Ia5<Enter> Character code : Ia5 Data 14 <Enter> 3 / None <Enter> dS : 1 2 Both None

qtH ONOFF SSAS

15 <Enter> () SSAS File name : 0 : SSAS (a) (b) (a): 0 (b)

edit Telex file .TLX 16 <Enter> 17 <Enter> / oFf <Enter> Transmission : oN oFf oN .

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18 <Enter>/oN <Enter> Security Alert : oN oFf oFf

19 10 <F10>

20 10 <F10><ESC> scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #1

Starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscriber number Character code data type qtH dS File name transmission Security Alert

: 00-00-00 00:00 : 01:00 : 003-103-203-303 : PSTN(T30) : 081-422459111 : Ia5 Data : oN oFf : 1 2 Both None : 0: SSAS : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10:Previous

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6.3 e-mail
e-mail

1 2

<ESC> Set up <ALT><U>

Set up Date & time log-Out initiation log-In initiation Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission Land id registration for polling Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F10:Previous

Scheduled transmission / <Enter> Scheduled transmission


Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F10:Previous F10:Previous

<Ctrl>10 <F10> F1:SSASScheduled transmission


Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F1: SSAS TEST F10:Previous F10:Previous

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Scheduled transmission #1 Scheduled transmission #2Scheduled transmission #3Scheduled transmission #4 Schedule transmission #5 / <Enter>

Scheduled transmission #1 Scheduled transmission file #1


Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscribers number Character code data type qtH dS File name transMission security Alert Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 00:00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation : 000-000-000-000 Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000 : Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous : 1 2 Both None : 0: : oN : oN oFf oFf

F9:Next F10: Previous

requesting Interval<Enter> (Starting date and Time ) (01:00 23:00 ) <Enter> 1 (01-59) () 1 requesting Interval : 01: 00

1. 1 (01-59) 2. 00:00 JUE-75A/ C 1

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<Enter> LES ID <Enter> LES KDDI LES : 003 103 203 303 (a) (b) (c) (d) (a) AOR-W LES ID (b) AOR-E LES ID (c) POR LES ID (d) IOR LES ID lEs

<Enter> Network typeSpecial access /<Enter>


Scheduled transmission #1 starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscribers number Character code Network type data type qtH dS Telex File name pstN transMission psDn security Alert Closed net Special access F10:Previous Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation : 00-00-00 00:00 Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation : 01: 00 Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation : 003-103-203-303 Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission : TELEX Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection : 000000 : Ia5 Peripheral Function iTa2 F1: SSAS F10:Previous : oN oFf F10:Previous : 1 2 Both None : 0: : oN : oN oFf oFf

F9:Next F10: Previous

10 <Enter> <Enter> () KDDI -C e-mail 28 Destination code & subscribers number : 28 (a) (a)

e-mail

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11 <Enter>/Ia5 <Enter> Character code : Ia5 Data

e-mail 12 <Enter> 3 / None <Enter> dS : 1 2 Both None

qtH ONOFF 13 <Enter> () SSAS File name : 0 : SSAS (a) (b) (a): 0 (b) 14 <Enter> 15 <Enter> / oFf <Enter> Transmission : oN oFf oN . 16 <Enter>/oN <Enter> Security Alert : oN oFf oFf

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17 10 <F10> 18 10 <F10><ESC>

scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #1

Starting date and Time (yy-mm-dd hh:mm UTC) requesting Interval lEs Network type Destination code & subscriber number Character code data type qtH dS File name transmission Security Alert

: 00-00-00 00:00 : 01:00 : 003-103-203-303 : Special access : 28 : Ia5 Data : oN oFf : 1 2 Both None : 0: SSAS : oN oFf : oN oFf F9:Next F10:Previous

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7.


DTE 1

<> <> 30

SECURITY SECURITY MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG, 10.0KT,COG,20DEG

30 SSASDTE
Cancelled Security Alert by No.1 SA button F10: Previous

3 4

SSAS

ON

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8.
*MES NO TEST TEST MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG, 10.0KT,COG,20DEG

1 2

<ESC> Set up <ALT><U>

Set up Date & time log-Out initiation log-In initiation Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission Land id registration for polling Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F10:Previous

Scheduled transmission / <Enter> Scheduled transmission


Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F10:Previous F10:Previous

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<Ctrl>10 <F10> F1:SSASScheduled transmission


Set up Scheduled transmission Date & time log-Out initiation Scheduled transmission #1 log-In initiation Scheduled transmission #2 Performance test initiation Scheduled transmission #3 Scheduled transmission Scheduled transmission #4 Land id registration for polling Scheduled transmission #5 Closed network id selection Peripheral Function F1: SSAS TEST F10:Previous F10:Previous

1<F1>

1. 1<F1> Scheduled transmission #1 Scheduled transmission #2, Scheduled transmission #3, Scheduled transmission #4, Scheduled transmission #5 12 24 36 48 1 TEST TEST MES NO, 123456789 LAT,N12 34.56LON,E123 45.56,UTC,07.01.2004 12:34,SOG, 10.0KT,COG,20DEG

2. 3.

1<F1> 1

1 IME OFF ON

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1 2 <ESC> Diagnostics <ALT><A> Diagnostics
Data source contents Alarm history Rom / floppy diskette version distress button Test F10:Previous

<Ctrl>10 <F10> security button TestDiagnostics


Diagnostics Data source contents Alarm history Rom / floppy diskette version security button Test F10:Previous

/security button Test


Diagnostics Data source contents Alarm history Rom / floppy diskette version security button Test F10:Previous

<Enter> Security Button test mode


Security buttons test mode Security buttons are under test now. Press the security button to test it. If real security alert to be sent, Cancel the test mode F10:Previous

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Security Button Test () No.1


------- Security Button Test ------Now security button testing.. If real security alert to be sent, Cancel the test mode

30
------- Security Button Test ----Security button test succeeded. If real security alert to be sent, Cancel the test mode F10:Previous

10<F10> 6 9 10
Security buttons test mode Security buttons are under test now. Press the security button to test it. If real security alert to be sent, Cancel the test mode F10:Previous

10 10<F10>

ON

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