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    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX

    GMDSSTRI-CHANNEL

    NAVTEXRECEIVER

    USER&INSTALLATIONMANUAL

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    VESSELIDENTIFICATIONINFORMATION

    Name

    CallSign

    MMSI

    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXS/N

    AntennaType

    RXfrequenciessupportedbyantenna

    518kHz

    490kHz

    4209.5kHz

    M2010OroliaLtd

    PartNo:93-204

    Disclaimer

    Theinformationandillustrationscontainedinthispublicationaretothebestofourknowledgecorrectatthetimeofgoingtoprint.Wereservetherighttochangespecifications,equipment,installationandmaintenanceinstructionswithoutnoticeaspartofourpolicyofcontinuousproductdevelopmentandimprovement.Nopartofthispublicationmaybereproduced,storedinaretrievalsystemortransmittedinanyform,electronicorotherwisewithoutpermissioninwritingfromOroliaLtd.Noliabilitycanbeacceptedforanyinaccuraciesoromissionsinthepublication,althougheverycare

    hasbeentakentomakeitascompleteandaccurateaspossible.

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    Contents

    SAFETYNOTICES.......................................................................................4

    ABOUTSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX......................................................5

    INTRODUCTION..........................................................................................6

    OPERATION................................................................................................8

    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXCONTROLS...............................................8

    OPERATION................................................................................................9

    ReceivingNAVTEXmessages..................................................................... 10

    SETUPMODE............................................................................................14

    SYSTEMALARMS.....................................................................................22

    ADJUSTINGTHEDISPLAY.......................................................................24

    INSTALLATION.........................................................................................25

    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXsystemoverview......................................... 25

    ElectricalConnections................................................................................. 28

    ANTENNAINSTALLATION.......................................................................34

    OPTIONS...................................................................................................38

    EXTERNALRECEIVER.............................................................................38

    MAINTENANCEGUIDE.............................................................................38

    TROUBLESHOOTINGGUIDE....................................................................39

    SPECIFICATIONS.........................................................................................41

    NAVTEXSTATIONSLIST..........................................................................42

    ENDOFLIFESTATEMENT.......................................................................47

    PRODUCTWARRANTY............................................................................48

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    SAFETYNOTICES

    WARNING:DonotconnecttheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXmainunitdirectlytoanAC

    electricalsupply,asanelectricshockorfirehazardcouldresult.

    WARNING:DonotconnecttheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXsystemtoaDCsupplyexceeding31Vorreversethesupplypolarity.

    CAUTION:Donotbypassthebuiltinfuse

    CAUTION:TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXsystemisdesignedforoperationinthe

    temperaturerange-15 Cto+55 C.Donotusethesysteminenvironmentswhichexceedthis

    range.

    CAUTION:TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXunitisnotwater-proof.Consequentlyitmustbelocatedinadryplaceandmustbeprotectedfromdirectcontactwithwater.

    CAUTION:DonotlocatetheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXunitinapositionwhere;

    a)thecontrolsofthevesselmaybeobstructed.

    b)itmayobstructnormalmovementaroundthevessel.

    c)itmaycausebodilyinjury.

    CAUTION:UnauthorisedopeningoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXunitorantennaunitswillinvalidatethewarranty.

    CAUTION:NAVTEXisforuseasanaidtonavigationandshouldnotleadtoareductionin

    thelevelofgoodseamanshiprequiredatalltimes.

    CAUTION:ReceptionofNAVTEXmessagescannotalwaysbeguaranteedandisdependant

    onthequalityofradiopropagationatthetime.Noliabilitycanbeacceptedforthenon

    transmissionornonreceptionofNAVTEXmessages.

    CAUTION:CompassSafeDistances

    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXmainunitcompasssafedistance0.87m

    Compassdeviation; 0.3at0.65m

    1at0.41m.

    Recommendation

    ConnectionofasourceofUTCdatatoeitherCOM1or2isstronglyrecommendedforbestoperationoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX.

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    QUICKSTART

    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXisextremelyeasytooperate:

    Applyequipmentconnections(page27)

    Applypoweratthevessels powerswitchpanel

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXwillstartupafterafewsecondsdelaySetUTCtimeanddate(automaticwhenconnectedtoGNSS/GPS)

    Select antennaconfigurationaspassiveoractive(page17)

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXwillnowstarttoreceiveanddisplayNAVTEXmessagesdependantonthetransmissionscheduleoftheNAVTEXstationswithinthevesselscurrentregion.

    Note:Itmaybeseveralhoursbeforethefirstmessageisreceived;thisisdependant

    onNAVTEXtransmissioncoverageprovidedlocally.

    TakethetimetoreadthismanualcarefullyasitcontainsessentialinformationregardingtheoperationandmaintenanceoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXandausefulbackgroundtotheNAVTEXsystem.

    Shouldyourhaveanyquestions,orrequireadviceregardingOroliaproductsourwebsitefrequentlyaskedquestionsisagoodplacetostart.Fromthewebsiteyoucanalsoleaveamessageforourcustomerserviceteam,visit;

    www.mcmurdomarine.com

    ABOUTSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXhasbeendesignedtomeettherequirementsofIMO(IntentionalMaritimeOrganisation)MSC.148(77)andIECtechnicalstandard61097-6(Ed2.0).

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXhasthreeseparatereceiverchannels,oneeachtunedto490kHz,518kHzand4209.5kHz.TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXwill

    receiveonallthreefrequenciessimultaneouslyinthosepartsoftheworldwheretransmissionsareavailable(refertoAppendix1).

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXcanbesetuptofilteroutstationsand/ormessagecategoriesthatarenotrequiredbytheUser.

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXiscapableofbeingconnectedtoanIntegratedBridgeSystem(IBS),transferringNAVTEXmessagestoothernavigationalaidsifrequired.NotethattheIBSmustbecompliantwiththeserialportrequirementsofIEC61097-6(Ed2.0).

    http://www.mcmurdomarine.com/http://www.mcmurdomarine.com/
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    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXwillacceptUTCtime&dateinformationviaeitherCOMportifavailable.UTCtime&datewillbeusedtotimestampreceivedNAVTEXmessages.

    PermanentinstallationoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXcanbemadewitheitherthebulkhead-mountingbracketortheflushpanelmountingkitprovided.

    TheNAVTEXantennashouldbemountedwhereitiselevatedclearofmetalobjects

    inalocationwhereitcannoteasilybedamaged.

    INTRODUCTION

    NAVTEXisamethodoftransmittingnavigationalwarningsandweatherforecastsfromdesignatedcoastradiostations.AllEnglishlanguagetransmissionsaremadeonthe518kHzNAVTEXchannel.EachNAVTEXstationisallocatedseveraltimeslotsduringthedaywhenitispermittedtotransmit,normallyatfourhourlyintervals.Theexceptionstothisaregalewarningsandsearchandrescuemessageswhichmaybe

    transmittedatanytime.

    Receptionof518kHzNAVTEXtransmissionsisnormallylimitedtoanareaof200-300milesradiusaroundeachtransmittingstation,althoughconsiderablygreaterrangesarepossibleatnight.SubjecttoIMOapproval,additionallocallanguagetransmissionsaresenton490kHzandon4209.5kHz,SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXsupportssimultaneousreceptionofallthreeNAVTEXchannels.

    DesignedtothelatestInternationalspecifications,SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX

    meetsIMOrequirementsunderGMDSSandisdesignedforsimplicityofoperation.ItwillprovideuptodateMSI(MarineSafetyInformation)andweatherforecastsandissuitableforusebyallclassesofcommercialvesselsandlargepleasurecraft.ItwilldisplayandstoreNAVTEXmessageswithoutmanualinterventionwithindesignatedareasofNAVTEXservicecoverage.

    IfthevesselislocatedwithinthecoverageareaofseveralNAVTEXstations(particularlyatnight),theSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXmayoverwhelmyouwithinformation.Itcanthereforebesetuptodisplayonlythosestationsandmessagecategoriesyouwanttoreceiveandwhichareapplicabletotheareainwhichthevesseliscurrentlysailing.

    Normally,routineNAVTEXmessagesarerepeatedatfourhourlyintervals.ProvidedthattheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXisleftrunning,repeatedmessagesarenotdisplayedmorethanonce.Eachmessageisretainedforthreedays(72hours)afteritslastreceptionbeforebeingautomaticallydeleted,unlessthemessagehasbeenmarkedaslocked.

    FulldetailoftheGMDSSNAVTEXserviceispublishedintheAdmiraltyListofRadioSignalsVolume5,GlobalMaritimeDistressandSafetySystem(GMDSS).Published

    bytheUnitedKingdomHydrographicOffice.

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    TheIMOandvariousnationalcoastguardsalsohaveinformativewebsites;seethelinkspageatwww.mcmurdomarine.com

    http://www.mcmurdomarine.com/http://www.mcmurdomarine.com/
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    OPERATION

    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXCONTROLS

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXhasbeendesignedtobeeasytousewithanintuitiveuserinterfaceandsoftkeys.

    Backlightkey

    Softkeylabels

    UTC(ifavailable)

    Statusicons

    Position(ifavailable)

    Maindisplayarea

    Scrollbar

    Softkeys

    IndicatorLED

    Trackerpad

    Enterkey

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    DisplayIcons

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXdisplaysvariousiconsinthestatusbaratthetopofthedisplay.

    SAR,warningalarm

    Unreadmessageindicator

    Theantennaorantennacableisfaulty

    The518kHzreceiverisreceiving

    The490kHzreceiverisreceiving

    The4209.5kHzreceiverisreceiving

    Theexternalreceiverisreceiving

    OPERATION

    SwitchontheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXbyapplyingpowerviaacircuitbreakerorswitchedfuse.

    TherewillbeafewsecondsdelaywhilstthesoftwareloadsthecontentsoftheNAVTEXmessagestoreduringwhichtimethefrontpanelredLEDwillblink.

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXstart-upscreenwillnowbeshown.

    Thisscreendisappearsafter30seconds;itmayberemovedsoonerbypressinganykey.

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    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXisnowreadytoreceiveNAVTEXmessages.

    ReceivingNAVTEXmessages

    WhentheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXbeginstoreceiveasignal,oneormoreofthereceivericonsatthetopofthescreenwillappeartoindicatewhichofthereceiversisactive.

    Whenacompletemessagehasbeenreceived,apop-upappearsonthedisplayindicatingthatanewmessageisavailableandthe"unreadmessage"iconflashes.ThemessagecanbereadbypressingtheEnterkey,orthepopupcanberemovedwithoutreadingthemessagebypressingtheRightkey.Aseachnewmessageis

    received,theSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXmayalsogenerateasingleshortbeeptoattractattentiontothenewmessage.ThisaudiblealertcanbedisabledontheSetupmode:Systemoptionspageifitisnotrequired.

    Anymessagesthatarenotreadimmediatelywillbemarkedwiththe"unreadmessage"symbolinboththeIndexandSummarymodes.The"unreadmessage"

    iconatthetopofthedisplaycontinuestoflashuntilallmessageshavebeenread.

    NotethatwhilethepopupNavtexmessageboxisondisplayonlytheEnterorRightbuttonshaveanyeffect;allotherkeysaredisableduntilthepopupboxisremoved.

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    Alarms

    ThemessagecategoryisusedtoclassifythenatureofeachNAVTEXmessage.Ofparticularnotearemessagetypes'D'(searchandrescue),'A'and'L'(navigationalwarnings)and'E','B'and'C'(meteorologicalwarnings).WhenamessagewithanyofthesemessagecategoriesisreceivedtheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXoperates

    itsalarmrelaycontactsandtransmitsanNMEA"ALR"sentencetothecurrentlyselectedalarmport.ThealarmrelaycontinuestooperateuntilthealarmisacknowledgedeitherbyremovingthepopuporbyreceptionofanappropriateNMEA"ACK"sentencefromanotherconnecteddevice.Searchandrescuemessages(category'D')cannotbereadlater;thepopupboxcanonlybeclearedbypressingthe

    Enterkeyandreadingthemessage.

    FindingandviewingNAVTEXmessages

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXdisplaysNAVTEXmessagesinseveralways

    designedtomakefindingandviewingparticularmessagecategoriesoranindividualmessageeasyandconvenient.

    FullMessage

    MessageSummary

    MessageIndex

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    Messagedisplays

    viewfirstlines

    ofeachmessage

    selectanother

    messagegroup

    movecursorto

    requiredmessage

    selecttimeframe

    formessages

    viewselectedmessage

    selectnext

    (newer)message

    Gotonextgroup

    (seetext)

    gotopreviousgroup

    (seetext)

    selectprevious

    (older)message

    scrolldisplayup

    selectnext

    (newer)message

    selectprevious

    (older)message

    scrolldisplaydown

    viewfirstlines

    ofeachmessage

    newestmessage

    selectedmessage

    oldestmessage

    Messageindexdisplay

    Messagesummarydisplay

    Fullmessagedisplay

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    Messageindexdisplay

    TheMessageindexdisplayshowstheidentifiersofmessagesfromaspecificreceiver.Unreadmessageshaveanenvelope()mark;lockedmessages(seeFullmessagedisplay)haveakey(O )mark.

    Messageidentifierscanbeexpandedtoshoweitherthefirsttwolinesorthefullmessagebyselectingthedesiredmessageandpushingtheappropriatesoftkey.

    MessagesfromanotherreceivercanbedisplayedusingtheViewsoftkey,whichcyclesthroughtheavailablesources.

    Messagesaregroupedbytimeinterval.TheShowsoftkeycyclesthroughthesetintervals.

    Messagesummarydisplay

    TheMessagesummarydisplayshowsthefirsttwolinesofeachmessage,selectedbyvariouscriteria.

    Selectioncriteriaaretime,stationidentityandmessagetype.TheSortbysoftkeycyclesthroughthesecriteria.

    Dependingontheselection,thegroupisa4-hourperiod,astationoramessagetype.

    TheShowsoftkeycontrolsthetotalnumberofmessagesdisplayedbysuppressingmessageswhichareolderthantheselectedtimeframe.

    AmessagecanbeshowninfullbyselectingitandpushingtheViewsoftkey.

    Fullmessagedisplay

    Becausemessagesareautomaticallyerased72hoursaftertheyarereceived,itisnecessarytotakeactiontoretainanimportantmessagebeyondthistime.DisplayingthemessageandpressingtheLocksoftkeycausesthemessagetoberetainedindefinitely.Alockedmessageisidentifiedbyakey(O )markintheIndexdisplay.

    Alockedmessageisunlockedbydisplayingit(inthisview)andpressingtheUnlocksoftkey.

    Upto250messagescanbesavedforlongtermretention;oncethelimithasbeenreached,operatingtheLocksoftkeywillnotlockanymoremessagesuntilsomeare

    unlockedagain.

    Minimisingthenumberofmessagesdisplayed

    AftertheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXhasbeenswitchedonforawhiletherewillbealargenumberofNAVTEXmessagesstoredinmemory.Thesecanbequite

    overwhelmingiftheuserislookingforparticularmessagecategoriesoranindividualmessage.

    SeveraldesignfeatureshavebeenincorporatedintotheSMARTFINDGMDSS

    NAVTEXtomakedaytodayoperationeasier:Separatefrequencychannelpages

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    Stationfiltering

    Messagecategoryfiltering

    Time-limiteddisplayofmessages

    Separatefrequencychannelpages

    AseparateNAVTEXmessagedisplayisprovidedforeachofthe3receiverchannels.All518kHzmessagesappeartogether,all490kHzmessagesappeartogetherandall4209.5kHzmessagesappeartogether.SwitchbetweenthesedisplaysbyusingtheViewsoftkey.

    Stationfiltering

    NAVTEXtransmittingstationsthatarenotrequiredcanbede-selectedbymakingthe

    appropriateselectionsintheSetupscreens.

    Messagecategoryfiltering

    NAVTEXmessagecategoriesthatarenotrequiredcanbede-selectedbymakingtheappropriateselectionsintheSetupscreens.

    Time-limiteddisplayofmessages

    InordertoaccessrecentmessagesquicklytheShowsoftkeycanbeusedtoshow

    onlyNAVTEXmessagesthathavebeenreceivedintheselectedtimeperiod(last4hours,last12hoursetc)

    SETUPMODE

    ToenterSetupmode,pressandholdtheENTERkeyfor3seconds.

    Alloftheuser-editablesetupparametersarestoredinnon-volatilememoryandwillbeunchangedafterapowercycle,unlessotherwisestatedinthedescriptionsofeachindividualpage.

    ToexitfromSetupmodeandreturntonormaloperatingmode,pressandholdtheENTERkeyfor3secondsuntilthedisplayreturnstonormaloperatingmode,orpressthetopsoftkeytoselectthenextmainpage.

    Notethatmessagepop-upsdonotappearwhileinSetupmodetoensuretheydonotinterrupttheeditingofaconfigurationfield.AlwaysexitfromSetupmodewhenyouhavefinishedconfiguringtheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXandreturntonormalmodebeforeleavingtheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXunattended.

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    NAVTEXmessageheaders

    AtthebeginningofeachNAVTEXmessagethereisamessageheaderwhichidentifiesthesourceandnatureofmessage,timeanddateofreception,receivedfrequencyanderrorrate.

    Forexample:

    KA59 14:16 19-Jul 518 0%

    IntheMessageIndexdisplayonlythemessageidentifierisvisible.

    ItisrecommendedthattheusertakestimetosetuptheSMARTFINDGMDSS

    NAVTEXtofilteroutthosestationsandmessagecategoriesthatarenotrequired.Inthiswaythedisplayiskeptuncluttered;onlythosemessagesthatarerequiredwillbevisible.

    MessagesareselectedfordisplaybytheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXssoftwarecomparingtheStationandMessageCategoryinformationencodedintothemessageidentifier(e.g.KAinthediagramabove)withthefiltersettingsenteredbytheuserduringsetup.

    Serialnumber

    Messagecategory

    TransmittingStation

    Receivererrorrate

    Receivedfrequency

    UTCdate

    UTCtime

    Messageidentifier

    KA59

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    ColourcodingofNAVTEXmessageheaders

    TheNAVTEXmessageinformationbarsarecolourcodedforeachtypeofmessageasdefinedinthetablebelow.

    ID Messagecategory Colour

    A Navigationalwarnings CYAN

    B Meteorologicalwarnings GREEN

    C Icereports GREEN

    D Searchandrescueinformationandpiratewarnings RED

    E Meteorologicalforecasts GREEN

    F Pilotservicemessages MAGENTA

    G AIS,DECCAmessages BROWN

    H LORANmessages BROWN

    I Notcurrentlyused BROWN

    J SATNAVmessages(GPS,GLONASS) BROWN

    K Otherelectronicnavaidsystemmessages BROWN

    L Navigationalwarnings(additional) CYAN

    MtoU Notcurrentlyused BROWN

    V Noticetofishermen(USonly) BROWN

    W Environmental(USonly) BROWN

    X,Y Notcurrentlyused BROWN

    Z Nomessageonhand BROWN

    Messagefilters

    Toentersetupmode,pressandholdtheENTERkey.AfterafewsecondstheMessagefilterspagewillbedisplayed.

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    ThispagecanbeusedtoindicatethatmessagesfromspecifiedTransmittingStationsorofspecifiedMessageCategoriesshouldNOTbedisplayed,storedoroutputasrequired.

    Eachreceiverhasitsownseparatesetofmessagefilters;pressingtheSelect

    XXXXkHzRECEIVERsoftkeycyclesroundtheavailablereceivers.Themessagefiltersettingsareallnon-volatileandwillbeunchangedafterapowercycle.

    BydefaultonlymessagecategoriesAtoF,H,JtoL,VandZareenabledforallTransmittingStations.ThisisindicatedbythecheckboxesforcategoriesG,I,MtoUandWtoYallbeingmarkedtoindicatethattheyarebeingfilteredout.

    InordertodeselectaTransmittingStationorMessageCategory,navigatetotherelevantcheckboxusingthepad(,,andkeys)andpressENTER.The

    checkboxwillthenbemarkedtoindicatethattheTransmittingStation(orMessageCategory,asappropriate)isnowdeselectedandwillnotappearonthedisplay.

    NotethatdeselectingaMessageCategory(sayI)inthetoprow(labelledAll)willremoveMessageCategoryIfromallTransmittingStations.Todisablemessagecategoriesfromaspecificstationidentity(e.g.K),scrolldownuntiltheselectionpanelforKisdisplayed,thenselecttheappropriatecheckbox.Deselectingthefirstmessagecategory(labelled*)willtogglethestateofallMessageCategoriesfromtheselectedStation.

    MessagecategoriesA,B,DandLcannotbeindividuallycontrolled.IfallmessagecategoriesforastationaredeselectedthencategoriesA,B,DandLwillalsobeinhibitedsothestationwillbecompletelydisabled.Ifatleastonemessagecategoryisenabledforaparticularstation,thenmessagesA,B,DandLwillalsobeenabledforthatstation.

    TherearethreesetsofmessagefilteroptionsforeveryTransmittingStationandMessageCategory.TheSTOREfilterindicatesthattheselectedmessageshallbeneitherdisplayednorstoredinthenon-volatilememory.TheNRXfilterindicatesthatthemessageshallnotbesenttoeitherCOM1or2onreception(ifoutputofNRXsentencestoeitherCOM1or2isenabled).ThePRINTfilterindicatesthattheselectedmessageshouldnotbesenttotheprinteronreception(ifprinteroutputisenabled).

    NotethattheENTERkeytogglesthevalueofanycheckboxfromcheckedtouncheckedandbackagain.Similarly,togglinganycheckboxintheAllrow,orinthecolumnheaded*willtoggletheotherentriesintheroworcolumnasappropriate.

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    Setupmode:Receiveroptions

    TheSetupmode:ReceiveroptionspagecontainsdiagnosticstoassistwithinstallingandfaultfindingtheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX.

    ThelowerpartofthedisplayisamonitorareawhichshowsallreceivedNAVTEXcharactersinrealtimefromthereceiverselectedasthemonitorsource,includingthephasingcharacter()andreceivecharactererrorsymbol(@),regardlessoftransmittingstationandmessagecategoryfiltersettings.

    Setupparameter CommentAntennapower Enabledforactiveantenna

    orDisabledforpassiveantenna

    Antennastatus Unknown: seeTroubleshootingguide

    Active: anactiveantennaisconnectedPassive: apassiveantennaisconnected

    Overload: excessivecurrent;seeTroubleshootingguide

    Error: seeTroubleshootingguide

    Signalstrength

    Thesizeofthebarindicatesthehighestsignalstrengthbeing

    currentlyreceivedbyanyofthethreereceivers

    Monitorsource Selectswhichreceivertomonitor.Thisparameterisalwaysreset

    toNoneafterapowercycle.

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    Checkingtheantenna:

    YoumaywishtocheckthattheNAVTEXantennapositionissuitablebyinspectingthesignalstrengthduringaknownNAVTEXtransmissionfromalocalstation.

    Interpretingthediagnosticsaids:

    WhenaNAVTEXsignalisbeingreceived,theappropriatereceiverfrequencyicon

    appearsatthetopofthedisplay.IftheMonitorsourceissettothisfrequencythenthereceiveddatawillappearintheMonitorwindow.

    UsetheReceiveicon,SignalstrengthbarandMonitorwindowtohelpdiagnoseinstallationproblemsand/orasacheckthatyourSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXisworkingcorrectly.

    Receiveicon

    Signalstrengthbar

    Monitorwindow

    Comments

    OFF Nonewchars

    beingreceivedNocurrentNAVTEXtransmission

    OFF Nonewchars

    beingreceivedLocalin-bandinterference

    present,orNAVTEXstation

    transmittingun-modulatedRF

    Setmonitorsource

    to518kHzCorrectoperation,NAVTEXdata

    willbeshowninmonitorwindow

    Setupmode:Systemoptions

    Th eSetupmode:Systemoptionspageconta insgeneralinformat ionaboutth eSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXan dal lowscont ro loverseveralaspectsofth euser

    interface.

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    Setup

    parameter

    Descript ion

    Softwareversion

    DisplaymodelSerialno

    Theseparametersshowthesoftwareversion,hardwaremodeland

    theindividualserialnumberoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX.Thesevaluescannotbeedited

    OperatingMode Normalnormaluseaboardvessel

    ShoreStationdisplaysallmessagesincludingrepeats,ignoring

    filtersand72-hourlimit

    Demonstrationforuseatexhibitions,etc

    Time

    DateTheseparametersallowthetimeanddatetobesetmanuallyin

    installationswherethereisnosourceofZDAsentences

    LEDfunction SelectswhethertheLEDonthefrontoftheSMARTFINDGMDSS

    NAVTEXisusedtoindicateanewmessageoranactivealarm

    Keyclick Allowskeyclicksoundtobedisabled

    Audiblealarm AllowstheinternalaudiblealarmtobedisabledininstallationswheretheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXisnotlocatedatthemain

    navigationpositionofthevessel.Notethatthissettingdoesnot

    affecttheoperationoftheintegralalarmrelayorthegenerationof

    alarmsentences.

    Messagepop-up Allowsmessagepopupstobedisabled

    orconfinedtoSARmessagesonly

    Fullfontsize OffersthreechoicesofmessagefontsizeinFullMessageview

    NMEAchecksums ControlsifincomingNMEAsentencesrequirechecksums(for

    compatibilitywitholderequipment)

    Screentimeout Thissettingallowsthedisplaytobeautomaticallyblankedaftera

    certainperiodoftime.Whilethedisplayisblanked,pressinganykey,orthereceiptofanewmessagewillturnitonagain.Notethat

    thissettingonlyaffectsthedisplayscreen;allthereceiversinthe

    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXcontinuetoworknormallyeven

    whilethedisplayisblanked.

    Skip4209index

    SkipextindexThesefieldsallowthe4209.5kHzorexternalreceiverindexpages

    tobeskippedininstallationswherethe4209.5kHzreceiverorthe

    externalreceiverarenotused

    WARNING:Becausemessagesareautomaticallydeletedafter72hours,changing

    thetimeordatemaycausestoredmessagestobelost.

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    Setupmode:Serialoptions

    TheSetupmode:SerialoptionspagecontainssetupandconfigurationparametersforthetwoserialportsontheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXunit.Thelowersectionofthedisplayprovidesamonitoringfacilityforincomingmessagesontheselectedport.

    Setupparameter Descript ion

    COM1portspeed

    COM2portspeedSelectsthebaudrateforeachserialport

    Printdelay Specifiesanumberofsecondstopausebetweenprintingeach

    message.Thismaybeusedtorestricttheoutputofthe

    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXwhenusingaslowprinter

    Printerwidth Specifiesthenumberofcharacterstooutputoneachlinewhen

    printingmessages.Thismustbeatleast40characters

    Printermode SelectsbetweenOnreceiptprintingwheretheSMARTFIND

    GMDSSNAVTEXprintsallmessagesastheyarereceivedand

    Ondemand

    printingwheretheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXonlyprintsselectedmessageswhenrequestedbytheuser

    Monitorsource Selectsserialinterfaceformonitoring.Thisparameterisalways

    resettononeafterapowercycle

    Printeroutput Selectswhichserialportisusedforprinting

    NRXoutput SelectswhichserialportisusedfortheoutputofNRXsentences

    whenamessageisreceived

    ALRoutput SelectswhichserialportisusedfortheoutputofALRsentences

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    SYSTEMALARMS

    AnalarmeventstatewillalwaysgenerateamessageforsendingtoanIBSorremotealarmpanelaswellasactuatingtheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXsremotealarmrelaycontacts.

    ThefrontpanelLEDandthebuzzerareprogrammableseeSetupmode:Systemoptions.Consequently,theseindicatorsmayormaynotactivateto

    indicateanalarm. ForbridgeoperationanIMOcompliantexternalalarmshouldbefittedseepage32

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXmaygeneratealarmswiththefollowingalarmnumbers:

    Alarm

    number

    Alarmtext

    001 NAVTEX:Navigationalwarning

    002 NAVTEX:Meteorologicalwarning

    003 NAVTEX:Searchandrescueinformation

    004 NAVTEX:Receiver(x)malfunction

    005 NAVTEX:Selftesterror

    006 NAVTEX:Generalfailure

    051 NAVTEX:Memoryfull

    052 NAVTEX:Antennaerror

    053 NAVTEX:Antennaoverload

    RECEIVERMONITORING

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXcontinuouslymonitorsthesignalsbeingreceived,andgeneratesaReceiver(x)malfunctionalarm(IDcode004)shouldanyreceiverappeartobeoperatingincorrectly.Thexinthealarmmessageis1forthe490KHzreceiver;2forthe518kHzreceiverand3forthe4209.5kHzreceiver.

    Serialinterfaces

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXhasanIEC61162-2compatibleserialinterfacewhichcanbeusedtoconnecttheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXtootherequipmentsuchasanintegratedbridgesystemoraPCrunningchartingsoftware.TheIEC61162-2serialinterfacealsoallowsfortheconnectionofaserialprinter.TheintegratedbridgesystemshouldbeconnectedtotheCOMportoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX(usingthe15-wayD-typesocketattherear).

    PrinterOperation(option)

    WhenthePrintermodesettingontheSetupmode:Serialoptionspageis

    settoOnReceipt

    ,theSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXoutputseverymessagetotheprinterasitisreceived,subjecttothecontrolofthemessagefilters.Inthismode,the

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    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXoperatesinasimilarmannertoatraditionalpaper-basedNAVTEXreceiver.

    However,inordertoconservepaper,whenthePrintermodesettingontheSetupmode:SerialoptionspageissettoOnDemand,theSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXwillonlyprintmessageswheninstructedtodoso.

    Toprintallmessagesastheyarereceived:

    SetthePrintermodesettingtoOnreceipt

    EnsureallthePRINTcheckboxesforallstationsandmessagecategoriesonthemessagefilterspageforeachreceiverarenotchecked

    Toprintallstoredmessagesfromaspecifiedreceiver:

    EnsureallthePRINTcheckboxesforallstationsandmessagecategoriesonthemessagefilterspageforeachreceiverarenotchecked

    PressthePrintMessages

    softkeyoneachoftheMessagefilterspagestoprintoutallthemessagesforthecorrespondingreceiver

    Toprintmessagesfromselectedstationsandmessagecategoriesastheyarereceived:

    SetthePrintermodesettingtoOnreceipt

    Usethemessagefilterstofilterouttheunwantedstationsandmessagecategories

    Toprintindividualmessagesonlyondemand:

    SetthePrintermodesettingtoOndemand

    Whileviewingthefulltextofamessage,pressthePrintMessagesoftkey

    Notethatthiswillalwaysprintthecurrentmessage,irrespectiveofthesettingsofthemessagefilters

    Toprintallmessagesfromspecifiedlocationsorspecifiedmessagecategoriesonlyondemand:

    SetthePrintermodesettingtoOndemand

    SetthePRINTcheckboxesontheMessagefilterspagetofilterouttheunwantedstationsandmessagecategories

    PressthePrintMessagessoftkeytoprintoutallthemessageswhicharenottobe

    filteredout.Notethatthiswillonlyprintoutthemessagesforthecurrentreceiver.ToprintallthemessagesforeachreceiveritisnecessarytooperatethePrintMessagessoftkeyoneachoftheMessagefilterspagesinturn.

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    ADJUSTINGTHEDISPLAY

    LCDsetupday&nightmodes

    ToenterLCDsetupmode,pressandholdtheilluminationkeyfor3secondstheLCD

    setup:Daymodepagewillbedisplayed.

    Usetheleftandright(and)keystoadjusttheLCDcontrast.

    Usetheupanddown(and)keystoadjusttheLCDbrightness.

    Tochangethenightmodesettings,brieflypresstheilluminationkey.TheLCDsetup:nightmodepagewillbedisplayed.

    Note:Thesesettingsarenon-volatileandwillbeunchangedafterapowercycle.

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    INSTALLATION

    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXsystemoverview

    Forsimplicity,powerisshowndiagrammaticallythroughout;

    fuses,circuitbreakers,alternativesupplies,etcareomitted.

    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXMinimumSystem

    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXExpandedSystem

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    Holesize

    tofit#10screw:

    3.5mm

    Trunnionmountingthedisplay

    ThestandardbulkheadmountingU-BracketcanbeusedtomounttheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXaboveorbelowahorizontal(ornearhorizontal)surface.

    Drillingdrawing(mm)

    Selectholesizetosuitmethodoffixingmountingsclearortappedholes.

    Rearviewoftrunnionbracketassembly

    Ensurethatrubberwashersarefittedbetweenthetrunnionbracketandtheplasticenclosure.

    Tiltthedisplaytothecorrectviewingangle.

    Tightenthetwothumbwheels.

    Mounteddimensions:

    Height: 150mmWidth: 270mm

    Depth: 120mm(overconnectors)

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    Flushmountingthedisplay

    IftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXistobemountedthroughaflatpanel,usetheflushmountingkitprovided.

    Acuttingtemplateissuppliedwiththeflushmountingkit.Thistemplatecarriesfullfittinginstructions.

    Warning:DonotmounttheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXinapositionwhereseaspraycanreachit,orwhereitmaybe

    exposedtodirectsunlight

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    ElectricalConnections

    ThismanualisconcernedonlywiththeinstallationoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXanddoesnotcovertheinstallationofperipheralequipmentconnectedtotheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXsuchasprinters,navigationalsystemsorsourceofNMEAdataindetail.Forproperinstallationandconnectionofperipheralequipment

    refertotheinstallationmanualsfortheseproducts.

    ThetablebelowshowstheconnectionsthatmustbemadetotheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXforittofunctioncorrectly.

    Connect ion Mustconnect Opt ional

    Shipsearthconnection $12Vor24VDCpowersupply $NAVTEXantenna $AlarmRelay $NMEAorIBS UTC(time)reference SeeNote1 SeeNote1

    IntegratedBridge/NavigationSystem $Externalprinter $

    Note1:ConnectingaUTC(time)reference(e.g.aGPSreceiver)ishighlyrecommended.

    Shipsearthconnection

    TheearthterminalontherearoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXdisplaymustbeconnectedtoshipsgroundbytheearthcablesupplied.Theearthconnectionshouldbekeptasshortaspossible.

    12Vor24VDCpowerconnection

    Aconnectionmustbemadetoa12or24VDCsupplyviaacircuitbreakercapableofsupplyingatleast2amps.ConnectionshouldbetotheshipsradiobatteryandbeinaccordancewithGMDSSrequirements.

    Connectionsshouldbemadeusingthe2mpowercableprovidedUsecabletiestorestrainthewiring,andsopreventitbecomingweakenedbyvibration.Theconnectingcablesshouldberestrainedbysecuringthemto

    SafetyWarningToensurethebestpossibleprotectionoftheNAVTEXfromstaticelectricityornearbylightingstrikes,thepre-fittedgreen

    groundingwire(connectedtothesafetyearthspade)mustbeconnectedtoanearby(hull)electricalgroundingpoint.

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    therearoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXbracket,ortoadjacentmetalwork

    Thescreenofthecableshouldbeconnectedtoshipsearthifpossible.Thescreenofthecableshouldnotbeconnectedtoshipsbatteryve

    SafetyWarningTheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXhasbeendesignedandmanufactured

    tobecompletelysafewhenusedinaccordancewiththeinstructionsgiveninthismanual. Toensurethatthecompleteinstallationissafe,itisessentialthatafuseorcircuitbreakerisinstalledinthepowersupply

    cableasdescribedintheInstallationsectionofthismanual.

    IsolationbetweenthepowersupplyconnectionsandanyotherconnectiontotheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXis1kVminimum.

    TheDCpowersourceshouldcomplywithIMOguidelinesfortheclassofvesselconcerned.Nationalauthoritiesandclassificationsocietiesmayhavetheirownpowersupplyrequirements;theseshouldalsobeconsidered.

    Signalcableconnections

    Asshowninthetableabove,theSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXmaybeconnected

    todifferenttypesofperipheralunitsincludingIBS&INSserialportsandprinters.

    ThesignalconnectionsareallconnectedviaaserialRS422typeinterface;dataratesareselectableat4800,38400or115200baud.

    Insomecases,particularlyinretrofitinstallations,itmaynotbepossibletoconnecttheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXdirectlytotherequiredsource/destinationforserialdata,becausesomeequipmentdoesnotprovidetheIEC61162-2(NMEA)sentencesrequiredbytheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXunit.InsuchcasesaprotocolconverterisrequiredbetweenthesensorandtheSMARTFINDGMDSS

    NAVTEX.Convertersareavailablefromdifferentmanufacturers,eitherasdirectprotocolconvertersorfrequentlyasrepeaterinstrumentsforthesensor.

    IEC61162-1alarmmessageexample

    ThealarmnumberandtextareoutputaspartofastandardALRsentenceformat,forexample:

    $CRALR,,004,A,A,NAVTEX:Meteorologicalwarning*

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    15

    6

    1115

    10

    Signallinetermination

    RS422signallinesmayneedterminationresistorsatthefarendoftheserialcableconnectedtotheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX,dependingonthelengthofconnectingcableandtherateofdatatransmission.BothCOM1&2intheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXhaveinbuilt100terminationresistorsforbothTx

    andRx.Whetherterminationisrequireddependsonmanyfactors,particularlythelengthof

    thesignalcableandtheenvironmentinwhichtheequipmentisoperating.The

    principleisshowninthesketch:

    Thereisonlyonetalkerpertwistedpair;therecanbeseverallisteners.Theintentionisthatterminationsmustbeprovidedbythedevicesattheendsoftheline,regardlessofwhethertheyarelistenersorthetalker,andthatnootherdeviceshouldprovideatermination.

    SincetheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXcontainsinternaltermination,itMUSTbeattheendofthelineandNOTinthemiddle.

    Itisgoodpracticetousescreenedcablesinallshipcableinstallations.Takecaretoconnectthecablescreentoshipsgroundatoneendonlyofthecable,asconnectingatbothendsmaycausegroundloopsandinterferencetothesignals.Thecable

    screenshouldnotbeconnectedtoanypartoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX.

    ConnectingtoCOMportserialinterface

    Thedisplayconnectioncableissuppliedreadyforuse,andneedsonlytobepluggedintotheappropriateconnectorontheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX.

    Displaycable:Sixtwistedpairs,screened,PVCsheathed.Forlengthsto200meters,use0.22mm

    2(7/32);Belden

    8106orequivalent.

    GroundcablescreenatNAVTEXONLY

    Terminating

    resistor

    Listener

    (mayneedtermination)

    Talker

    (NAVTEX)

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    69

    Theconnectionstothe15-pinsocketontheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXaregivenbelow.NotethatthecablescreenshouldnotbeconnectedtoanypartoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX.

    Power,Alarm&COMport (2mcablesupplied)Pin

    NumberConnection SMARTFIND

    GMDSS

    NAVTEX

    CableColour Notes

    1 IBS_TXA O/P WHITE/BLUE O/PtoCOM1or2

    2

    3 +V(12/24VDCnominal)

    I/P RED/BLUE Shipssupply+ve

    4 -V (0V) I/P BLUE/RED Shipssupply-ve

    5

    6 IBS_TXB O/P BLUE/WHITE O/PtoCOM1or2

    7

    8 AUX_NC O/P ORANGE/WHITE AlarmRelayNC

    9 AUX_NO O/P WHITE/BROWN AlarmRelayNO10 AUX_COM O/P WHITE/GREY AlarmRelayCOM

    11

    12 IBS_RXB I/P GREEN/WHITE I/PfromCOM1or2

    13 IBS_RXA I/P WHITE/GREEN I/PfromCOM1or2

    14

    15

    ConnectingtotheNMEA0183interface

    IfaconnectiontoNMEA0183compatibleequipmentis

    requiredthenasuitablecablehastobepurchasedormanufactured.

    RecommendedNMEA0183cable:Twotwistedpairs,screened,PVCsheathed.Forlengthsto200meters,use0.22mm

    2(7/32);Belden8102orequivalent.

    TheconnectionstotheD-Sub9-pinsocketontheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXare

    givenbelow.NotethatthecablescreenshouldnotbeconnectedtoanypartoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX.

    COM2PinNumber Connection Notes

    1

    2 SER_TXB O/PtoNMEA0183(printer)

    3

    4 SER_RXB I/PfromNMEA0183

    5

    6

    7 SER_TXA O/PtoNMEA0183(printer)

    8 SER_RXA I/PfromNMEA0183

    9

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    Alarmrelay

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXprovidesarelayconnectionwhichcanbeselectedasnormallyclosedornormallyopencontacts.

    Thealarmrelayfunctionisconfigurablefromwithinthesetuppagesandcanbeset

    (forexample)toswitch(changestate)onreceiptofaSearchandRescuemessageorforasystemfault.

    TheredLEDonthefrontpaneloftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXmirrorsthefunctionofthealarmrelay.

    RedLEDfunct ion

    LEDOFF AlarmrelayNCcontactclosed

    LEDON AlarmrelayNOcontactclosed

    RecommendedRemoteKlaxonalarmunit(loudbridgerepeateralarm)OroliaLtdpart40-187.

    Recommendedcableforconnectionofalarmrelay:

    Onetwistedpair,shielded,PVCsheathed.Therequiredcabledimensionisdependentonthecurrentnecessarytoactivatethealarmindicator.

    Builtinalarmrelayratings:

    Alarmrelayabsolutemaximumrat ings

    Maximumswitchingcurrentincontacts(inductiveload)

    1.0Amp

    Maximumswitchingcurrentincontacts(resistiveload)

    3.0Amp

    Maximumswitchingvoltage 120VACor24VDC

    ExternalconnectionsSMARTFIND

    GMDSSNAVTEX

    N/C

    Com

    N/O

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    RearPanelConnections

    Theauxiliaryalarmcontactiscapableofswitchingupto24VDCatupto1A

    (inductiveload).Thecontactsarenotconnectedtoanyinternalvoltages.

    Thepowersupplyinputisisolatedfromthecaseandantenna.Itmustremainwithintherange10.831.2VDC(12/24VDCnominal)atalltimes.

    ConnectingaPrinter

    TherecommendedexternalprinteroptionistheSeikoDPU-414;thedefaultprinterparametersaresetcorrectlyforthismodel.TheprintershouldbeconnectedtoCOM2oftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX(the9-wayD-typesocketattherear):

    DPU-414pin3(RxD)toSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXpin7(TxA)DPU-414pin5(Gnd)toSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXpin2(TxB)

    TNCRFconnector1/8Spadeterminalgroundpin

    9-wayD-typeCOM2

    15-wayD-typepowerandCOM1andalarmrelay

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    Afterconnectingtheprinter,setthe'Printeroutput'parametertoCOM2ontheSetupmode:SerialoptionspageandensurethattheNRXoutputand'Alarmoutput'parametersaresettoeither'IBS'or'None'.SettheCOM2portspeedto4800.

    Theprinterispoweredbythemainsadaptorsuppliedandmustbeconfiguredfor

    correctoperation.Thestandarddefaultsettingsfortheprintershouldbeused,exceptforthefollowing:

    SW-1 Setforserialinterface(notparallel)SW-2 SetforEnglish(notJapanese)SW-3 SetforXON/XOFFcontrol(notH/WBUSY)SW-3 Setfor4800bps(not75bps)

    RefertotheDPU-414manualfordetailsofhowtosettheseparameters.

    Thecompasssafedistancefortheprinteris1.0m.

    Theprintershouldbesecuredtopreventitmovingduringoperation.Theuseofadhesivefoampadsisrecommended.

    ANTENNAINSTALLATION

    Selectingasuitableantenna

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXreceivestransmissionsonthreefrequencies.518kHztransmissionsareinInternationalEnglish;490kHzand4209.5kHztransmissionsmaybeinalocallanguage.

    ToreceiveonallfrequenciestheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXmustbeusedwithawidefrequency(400kHzto5MHz)antennathatcovers518kHz,490kHzand4209.5kHz.

    IfyouhavepurchasedtheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXreceiverwithoutanantennathenasuitableactiveNAVTEXantennashouldbeused.OroliaLtdrecommendsthe905-05asdescribedinthefollowingsection.

    Ifanalternativeantennatypeisuseditmustbealowimpedance50ohmantennaoranantennawitha50ohmmatchingnetwork.Amis-matchedorhighimpedancewhiporwireantennashouldnotbeusedastheoperationalrangeofNAVTEXreceptionmaybegreatlyreduced;itisalsoimportantthattheantennaiscapableofreceptionoverthefrequencyrangespecifiedabove.

    Wireorlongwhipantennasmustbefittedwitha50ohmmatchingtransformer.Important,disabletheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXantennapowersettingrefertoSetupReceivermodefordetails.IfinanydoubtaqualifiedGMDSSinstallershouldbeconsulted.

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    Installationofthetri-channelNAVTEXantenna

    Metal,riggingorotherantennaemustnotbelocatedinthe'NOGOcone'surroundingtheupperpart.

    Usethemountingbracketsupplied;analternativemountingkitmaybepurchasedifthemountingarrangementisunsuitableforyourinstallation.

    Attachtheclampingbracketstotheantennamountingadapterandusetheclampingarrangementtofixtoasuitableverticaltube.

    Important

    NAVTEXantennasmustbemountedclearofobstructionsandatleast0.5metresawayfromotherantennas.

    WherepracticalavoidlocatingtheNAVTEXantennaclosetoMF/HFtransmittingantennasorVHF/AISantennas.

    Ensurethatantennascannotbesnaggedbymooringwarpsorrunningriggingorengulfedbygreenwater.

    Antennasshouldalwaysbemountedverticallyinanelevatedposition.

    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXMinimumSystem

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    ThreadthePL259connectorendofthecoaxcablethroughtheantennamountingadapterandsecuretheconnectortotheantenna1"threadedadapter.

    SlidetherubberbootoverthePL259connector;ifdesired,itmaybefilledwithsiliconegreaseforabetterweatherproofseal.

    Screwtheantennadownintotheantennamountingadapter.

    Ensurethatthemountingadapterisconnectedtoground.Ifnecessary,connectagroundingwire,2.5mm

    2minimum,toasuitablegroundpoint.

    Typicalinstallationofactiveantenna

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    Installationoftheantennacable

    Startroutingtheantennacableattheantennaend.

    Wherethecablepassesthroughbulkheadsordecks,waterproofdeckglandsshouldbeinstalled.Securelyfastenthecableagainstvibrationusingplasticcabletiewraps.

    CompleteroutingoftheantennacableattheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXTNCconnector.

    FittingtheTNCconnector

    ATNCconnectorissuppliedaspartoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXReceiverKit.

    Placetherubberboot,glandnut,washerandrubbersealontocable.Removetheouterinsulationforadistanceof8mm.

    Slidethecablebraidsleeveoverthescreenbraid,foldthebraidbackandtrimoffextrabraid.

    Strip2.5mmoftheinnerinsulationtoexposethecentreconductor.

    Solderthepinontothecentreconductor.

    Assembletheconnectorandtighten

    theglandnut.Pushtherubberbootsecurelyovertheglandnut.

    Extendingtheantennacoaxcable

    Ifrequired,thecoaxialcablemaybeextendedwith50ohmcoaxialcableandconnectors.Themaximumcablelengthshouldnotexceed100m.Ensurethatanycablejointsarewellsecuredandwaterproofedusingself-amalgamating(rubber)tape.

    CableshouldbeRG-58/RG-67/RG-213/RG-214gradeorbetter;connectorsshouldbesuitableRFtypes(TNC,BNC,etc).

    Testingthetri-channelactiveantennainstallation

    BydefaulttheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXprovidesaregulated12VDC(nom)100mAoutputtoprovidepowerforanactiveantennasuchastheonesuppliedaspartofaSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXSystem.

    Rubberboot

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    Ifyouareusinganalternativeactiveantennapleasecheckthatitiscompatiblewiththispoweroutput.Ifitisnot,thenanexternalpowersupplyinterfacewillberequired.Yourantennasuppliershouldbeabletoprovidethis.

    SwitchontheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXbyapplyingpower(12VDCor24V

    DC)viaacircuitbreakerorfuse.

    TherewillbeafewsecondsdelaywhilstthesoftwareloadsthecontentsoftheNAVTEXmessagestoreduringwhichtimethefrontpanelredLEDwillblink.

    TheLCDdisplaybacklightwillcomeonandtheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXstart-upscreenwillbeshown.

    Iftheantennafaulticonappearsalongthetopofthedisplay,switchoffimmediatelyandcheckforashortcircuitattheantenna,theTNCconnectororanyotherRFconnectionsin-between.Ifthefaultpersiststhenpleasefollowthetroubleshootingguideinthismanual.

    Passiveantennainstallation

    TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXregulated12VDC100mAoutputshouldbedisabledforpassiveantennainstallationsorforinstallationsusingamatchingtransformer.NOTE:ThisshouldbedonethefirsttimethatpowerisappliedtotheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXBEFOREtheantennaisconnected.

    SwitchontheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXbyapplyingpower(12VDCor24VDC)viaacircuitbreakerorfuse.

    TherewillbeafewsecondsdelaywhilstthesoftwareloadsthecontentsoftheNAVTEXmessagestoreduringwhichtimethefrontpanelredLEDwillblink.

    TheLCDdisplaybacklightwillcomeonandtheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXstart-upscreenwillbeshown.

    Iftheantennafaulticonappearsalongthetopofthedisplay,switchoffimmediatelyandcheckforashortcircuitattheantenna,theTNCconnectororanyotherRFconnectionsin-between.Ifthefaultpersiststhenpleasefollowthetroubleshootingguideinthismanual.

    WARNINGTakecarenottoapplypowertotheantennaTNCconnectorfromanexternalsupply

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    OPTIONS

    SMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXancillaryitems:

    Model Description Code

    ANA2Active

    NAVTEXAntennaCommercialgrade518490kHz+4209.5kHz,SO239

    socket,whiteglassfibreconstructionwith1inchnutfitting93-063A

    Stand-offMounting

    BracketAPolemountstand-offbracketforNAVTEXAntenna,1inch

    boltmountfitting(for93-063A).93-064A

    Stand-offMounting

    BracketBPoleor Wallmountstand-offbracketforNAVTEXAntenna,

    1inchboltmountfitting(for93-063A).93-065A

    DeckMounting

    BracketCDeckmountforNAVTEXantenna,1inchboltmountfitting

    (for93-063A).93-066A

    AntennaCableKit 20mantennacablekit(for93-063A). 93-067A

    ANA1Active

    NAVTEXAntennaLightduty,1mstainlesssteelwidebandactivewhipantenna

    completewith20mattachedcableandfixingplasticbracket93-062A

    Klaxonalarmunit RemoteKlaxonalarmunit(loudbridgerepeateralarm) 40-187

    SeikoDPU-414 Remotethermalrollprinter(solddirectlybySeikoagents) N/A

    EXTERNALRECEIVERTheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXhasthecapabilitytoreceivefromanexternalreceiver(notsupplied)onanadditionalNAVTEXfrequencyshouldsuchanadditionalfrequencybemandatedbytheIMOinthefuture.

    NAVTEXmessagesfromtheexternalreceiverappearontheViewEXTERNALRECEIVERpage.

    TheexternalNAVTEXdatamustbepresentedasastreamofNMEANRXsentencesasdefinedinAnnexCoftheIEC61097-6Ed.2(2005)specification.

    TheexternalreceivermaybeanotherSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX;insucha

    case,asingleantennamayserveseveraldisplays.Formoreinformation,contactyourdealerortheOroliaLtdCustomerServiceteam.

    MAINTENANCEGUIDE

    GeneralPointstoCheck

    Periodicallymakesurethattheantennaconnectoriswellsealedandthatthere

    isntsignofcorrosionaroundthePL259connector

    MakesureconnectionstothebackoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX

    displayaresecure

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    CleaningInstructions

    PeriodicallycleantheLCDfrontwindowwithasoftlint-freecloth(suchasthosesuppliedbyopticianstocleanspectacles)

    DonotusedcleaningsolventsonanypartoftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX

    CAUTION:Avoidusingchemicalsolventstocleanthesystemassomesolventscandamagethecasematerial.

    NOTE:TheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXcontainsnouserserviceableparts.ContactyourServiceAgentforrepairadviceorcontacttheOroliaLtdCustomerServiceteam.

    TROUBLESHOOTINGGUIDE

    GeneralPointstoCheck

    Makesuretheantennaismountedverticallyandisclearofobstructions

    MakesurethevesselisoperatingwithinthecoverageareaofaNAVTEXtransmitter

    WhentheNAVTEXstation(s)selectedaretransmitting,iconsfor490,518and4209.5kHzshowwheneveraNAVTEXsignalisreceived

    EnsurethattherequiredNAVTEXstationandmessagecategorieshavenotbeendeselectedintheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEXsetupmenu

    Antennafaulticonappearsatthetopofthedisplay:activeantenna

    1 TurnofftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX

    2 DisconnecttheactiveantennaandcheckthatthereisnotashortacrosstheantennasTNCconnector

    3 TurnontheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX,applya120ohm5WresistoracrosstheTNCconnector.Ifthereis12VDC

    acrosstheTNCtheneithertheantennaorcoaxcableisfaulty

    4 Ifthereisnot12VDCacrosstheTNCconnectorthencheckthatAntennapower:Enabled isselectedinthesetupscreens

    5 Iftheseinstructionsdonotworkthenpleasecontactyourserviceagent

    Antennafaulticonappearsatthetopofthedisplay:passiveantenna

    1 TurnofftheSMARTFINDGMDSSNAVTEX

    2 DisconnectthepassiveantennaandcheckthatthereisnotashortacrosstheantennaTNCconnector

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    SPECIFICATIONS

    Technical

    Specification

    SMARTFINDGMDSS

    NAVTEXReceiver

    Display: 6inch,VGA(480x320

    pixels)DaylightviewablecolourSTNwithadjustable

    backlightandscreensaver

    Controls: Backlight/contrastkey,Enterkey,foursoftmenukeys,

    Trackerpad

    Receivers: ReceiverA,Frequency518kHz

    ReceiverB,Frequency490kHz

    ReceiverC,Frequency4209.5kHz

    Sensitivity

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    NAVTEXSTATIONSLIST

    518kHzNAVTEXstations

    Id Area Country Name Latitude Longitude Range(NM)

    A 01 Svalbard Svalbard 7804N 1338E 450

    A 02 France Corsen 4828N 503W 300

    A 03 Russia Novorossiysk 4436N 3758E 300

    A 04 USA Miami 2530N 8023W 240

    A 09 Iran Bushehr 2858N 5050E 300

    A 11 Indonesia Jayapura 231S 14043

    E 300

    A 13 Russia Vladivostok 4307N 13153E 280

    A 15 Chile Antofagasta 2340S 7025W 300

    B 01 Norway Bodo 6716N 1423E 450

    B 03 Algeria AlgerRadio 3640N 0318E 500

    B 04 Bermuda BermudaHarbour 3223N 6441W 280

    B 07 Namibia WalvisBay 2303S 1437E 380

    B 09 Bahrain Hamala 2609N 5028E 300

    B 11 Indonesia Ambon 342S 12812E 300

    B 13 Russia Kholmsk 4702N 14203E 300

    B 15 Chile Valparaiso 3248S 7129W 300

    C 01 Russia Murmansk 6858N 3305E 140

    C 03 Ukraine Odessa 4629N 3044E 280

    C 04 Canada Riviere-au-Renard 5011N 6607W 300

    C 07 SouthAfrica CapeTown 3341S 1843

    E 500C 08 Mauritius Mauritius 2010S 5728E 400

    C 11 Singapore Singapore 120N 10342E 400

    C 12 USA SanFrancisco 3755N 12242W 350

    C 13 Russia Petropavlosk 5300N 15840E 280

    C 15 Chile Talcahuano 3642S 7306W 300

    D 01 Faroes Torshavn 6201N 0648W 250

    D 02 Spain Coruna 4322N 827W 400

    D 03 Turkey Istanbul 4104N 2857E 300

    D 11 Indonesia Makassar 506S 11926E 300

    D 12 Canada PrinceRupert 5418N 13025W 300

    D 13 Russia Magadan 5940N 15101E 200

    D 15 Chile PuertoMontt 4129S 7257W 300

    E 01 England Niton 5035N 118W 270

    E 03 Turkey Samsun 4117N 3620E 300

    E 11 Indonesia Jakarta 607S 10652E 300

    E 12 USA Savannah 3208N 8142W 200

    E 15 Chile Magallanes 5256S 7054W 300

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    Id Area Country Name Latitude Longitude Range(NM)

    F 01 Russia Arkhangelsk 6433N 4032E 300

    F 02 Azores Horta 3832N 2838W 640

    F 03 Turkey Antalya 3653N 3042E 300

    F 04 USA Boston 4143N 7031W 200

    F 06 Uruguay LaPaloma 3440S 5409W 280

    F 09 Iran BandarAbbas 2708N 5704E 300

    F 11 Thailand Nonthaburi 1301N 10001E 200

    F 13 Russia Okhotsk 5922N 14312W 300F 15 EasterIsland IsladePascua 2709S 10923W 300

    G 01 England Cullercoats 5504N 128W 270

    G 02 Spain Tarifa 3601N 534W 400

    G 03 Ukraine Kerch 4523N 3628E 280

    G 04 USA NewOrleans 2953N 8955W 200

    G 08 India Mumbai 1905N 7250E 299

    G 09 Iran FereydoonKenar 3642N 5333E 250

    G 09 SaudiArabia Damman 2626N 5006E 390

    G 11 Japan Naha 2609N 12746E 400

    G 15 EasterIsland IsladePascua 2709S 10923W 300

    H 01 Sweden Bjuroklubb 6428N 2136E 300

    H 03 Greece Iraklion 3520N 2507E 280

    H 04 Canada Prescott 4420N 8110W 300

    H 06 DutchAntilles Curacao 1210N 6852W 250H 09 SaudiArabia Jeddah 2123N 3911E 390

    H 11 Japan Moji 3352N 13036E 400

    H 12 Canada Tofino 4856N 12532W 300

    H 15 Chile Antofagasta 2340S 7025W 300

    I 01 Sweden Grimeton 5706N 1223E 299

    I 02 CanaryIsles LasPalmas 2809N 1525W 400

    I 03 Turkey Izmir 3821N 2635E 300

    I 07 SouthAfrica PortElizabeth 3357S 2531E 500

    I 11 Japan Yokohama 3522N 13936E 400

    I 11 Philipines PortoPrincesa 944N 12103E 320

    I 15 Chile Valparaiso 3248S 7129W 300

    J 01 Sweden Gislovshammer 5529N 1419E 300

    J 03 Bulgaria Varna 4304N 2746E 350

    J 11 Japan Otaru 4312N 14100

    E 400

    J 11 Philipines Manila 1435N 12103E 320

    J 12 Alaska Kodiak 5746N 15234W 200

    J 15 Chile Talcahuano 3642S 7306W 300

    K 01 England Niton(NorthernFrance) 5035N 118W 270

    K 03 Greece Kerkyra 3945N 1952E 280

    K 11 Japan Kushiro 4259N 14423E 400

    K 11 Philipines Davao 704N 12536E 320

    K 11 VietNam DaNang 1605N 10813E 400

    K 15 Chile PuertoMontt 4129S 7257W 300

    L 01 Norway Rogaland 5839N 536E 450

    L 03 Greece Limnos 3952N 2504E 280

    L 11 HongKong HongKong 2213N 11415E 299

    L 12 Equador Ayora 0045S 9019W 400

    L 15 Chile Magallanes 5256S 7054

    W 300M 01 Belgium Oostende(Thames) 5111N 248E 150

    M 02 Morocco Casablanca 3336N 738W 180

    M 03 Cyprus Cyprus 3510N 3326E 200

    M 06 Argentina Ushuaia 5448S 6818W 280

    M 09 Oman Muscat 2337N 5831E 270

    M 11 China Sanya 1814N 10930E 250

    M 12 Equador Guayaquil 0217S 7201W 250

    N 01 Norway Orlandet 6340N 933E 450

    N 03 Egypt ElIskandariya 3112N 2952E 350

    N 04 USA Portsmouth 3644N 7601W 280

    N 06 Argentina RioGallegos 5137S 6903W 280

    N 11 China Guangzhou 2309N 11329E 250

    O 01 Scotland Portpatrick 5451N 507W 270

    O 03 Malta Malta 3549N 1432E 400

    O 04 Canada StJohns 4737N 5240W 300

    O 06 Argentina ComodoroRivadavi 4551S 6725W 280

    O 07 SouthAfrica Durban 2948S 3049E 500

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    Id Area Country Name Latitude Longitude Range(NM)

    O 11 China Fuzhou 2602N 11918E 250

    O 12 HawaiianIslands Honolulu 2122N 15809W 350

    P 01 Netherlands Scheveningen 5206N 415E 110

    P 03 Israel Haifa 3249N 3500E 200

    P 04 Canada ThunderBay 4826N 8913W 300

    P 06 Argentina BahiaBlanca 3843S 6206W 280

    P 08 India Madras 1308N 8010E 299

    P 09 Pakistan Karachi 2451N 6703E 400P 11 Taiwan Keelung 2508N 12145E 540

    P 11 Taiwan Linyuan 2229N 12025E 540

    Q 01 Ireland MalinHead 5522N 721W 400

    Q 03 Croatia Split 4330N 1629E 085

    Q 04 Canada Sydney 4611N 5954W 300

    Q 06 Argentina MardelPlata 3803S 5732W 280

    Q 11 China Shanghai 3107N 12133E 250

    Q 12 USA LongBeach 3531N 12103W 350

    R 01 Iceland Reykjavik 6405N 2151W 550

    R 02 Portugal Monsanto 3844N 911W 530

    R 03 Italy Roma 4148N 1231E 320

    R 06 Argentina BuenosAires 3436S 5822W 560

    R 11 China Dalian 3852N 12131E 250

    R 12 PuertoRico Isabella 1828N 674W 200S 01 Germany Pinneberg 5343N 0955E 250

    S 11 Malaysia Sandakan 554N 11800E 350

    S 16 Peru Paita 505S 8107W 200

    T 01 Belgium Oostende 5111N 248E 050

    T 03 Sardinia Cagliari 3914N 914E 320

    T 04 Canada Iqaluit 6344N 6833W 200

    T 11 Malaysia Miri 428N 11401E 350

    U 01 Estonia Tallinn 5930N 2430E 300

    U 02 CapeVerde RibieradeVinha 1651N 2500W 250

    U 03 Italy Trieste 4541N 1346E 320

    U 04 Canada Fundy 4514N 6559W 300

    U 11 Malaysia Penang 525N 10024E 350

    U 16 Peru Calleo 1203S 7709W 200

    V 01 Norway Vardo 7022N 3106

    E 450

    V 09 Egypt Kosseir 2606N 3417E 350

    V 11 MarianaIslands Guam 1329N 14450E 100

    V 11 SouthKorea Chukpyon 3703N 12926E 200

    W 01 Ireland Valentia 5156N 1021W 400

    W 03 France LaGarde 4306N 559E 250

    W 03 Russia Astrakhan 4547N 4733E 250

    W 04 Greenland KookIslands 6404N 5201W 400

    W 11 SouthKorea Pyonsan 3536N 12629E 200

    W 11 VietNam HaiPhong 2044N 10644E 400

    W 12 USA Astoria 4610N 12349W 216

    W 16 Peru Matarani 1701S 7201W 200

    X 01 Iceland Reykjavik 6405N 2151W 550

    X 03 Spain Valencia 3843N 009E 300

    X 04 Canada Labrador 5318N 6033

    W 300X 09 Egypt Ismalia 3028N 3222E 200

    X 11 VietNam HoChiMinh-City 1047N 10640E 400

    X 12 Alaska Kodiak 5746N 15232W 200

    490kHzNAVTEXstations

    Id Area Country Name Latitude Longitude Language

    A 02 CanaryIsles LasPalmas 2809N 1525W Spanish

    A 03 Turkey Samsun 4117N 3620E Turkish

    A 06 Uruguay LaPaloma 3440S 549W Spanish

    A 06 Argentina Ushuaia 5448S 6818W Spanish

    A 12 Equador Ayora 0045S 9019W Spanish

    B 03 Turkey Istanbul 4104N 2856E Turkish

    B 06 Argentina RioGallegos 5137S 693W Spanish

    C 01 Scotland Portpatrick 5451N 0507W EnglishC 03 Turkey Izmir 3821N 2635E Turkish

    C 06 Argentina ComodoroRivadavi 4551S 6725W Spanish

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    Id Area Country Name Latitude Longitude Language

    D 03 Turkey Antalya 3653N 3042E Turkish

    D 04 Canada Rivire-au-Renard 5011N 6606W French

    D 06 Argentina BahiaBlanca 3843S 6206W Spanish

    E 02 France Corsen 4828N 0503E French

    E 06 Argentina MardelPlata 3803S 5732W Spanish

    F 06 Argentina BuenosAires 3436S 5822W Spanish

    G 02 Portugal Monsanto 3844N 0911W Portuguese

    I 01 England Niton 5035N 0118W EnglishJ 02 Azores Horta 3832N 2838W Portuguese

    J 04 Canada Sydney 4611N 5954W French

    J 11 SouthKorea Chukpyon 3703N 12926E Korean

    K 11 SouthKorea Pyonsan 3536N 12629E Korean

    L 01 Germany Pinneberg 5343N 0955E German

    L 03 Romania Constanta 4406N 2837E Romanian

    P 02 CapeVerde RibieradeVinha 1651N 2500W English

    R 01 Iceland Reykjavk 6405N 2151W Icelandic

    S 03 France LaGarde 4306N 0559E French

    S 04 Canada Iqaluit 6344N 6833W French

    T 01 England Niton 5035N 0118W French

    U 01 England Cullercoats 5502N 0126W English

    U 03 Ukraine Kerch 4523N 3628E English

    V 03 Algeria AlgerRadio 3640N 0318E EnglishV 04 Canada Fundy 4345N 6610W French

    V 11 Taiwan Lintou 2333N 11938E Chinese

    X 03 Ukraine Odessa 4629N 3044E English

    X 11 Taiwan Yenliaoken 2354N 12136E Chinese

    4209.5kHzNAVTEXstations

    Id Area Country Name Latitude Longitude Language

    M 03 Turkey Istanbul 4104N 2856E Turkish

    P 11 Taiwan Keelung 2508N 12145E English

    P 11 Taiwan Linyuan 2229N 12025E English

    V 11 Taiwan Keelung 2508N 12145

    E Chinese

    W 11 VietNam HaiPhong 2044N 10644E Vietnamese

    X 09 Egypt Ismalia 3028N 3222E English

    X 11 Taiwan Linyuan 2229N 12025E Chinese

    NoliabilitycanbeacceptedforanyinaccuraciesoromissionsinthisNAVTEXstationstable,

    althougheverycarehasbeentakentomakeitascompleteandaccurateaspossible.

    ForupdatedNAVTEXstationlistingsinformationrefertothecurrentUKAdmiraltyListofRadio

    Signals,Volume5orequivalentnationalpublications.

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    PRODUCTWARRANTY

    Orolia Ltdwarrantsthatthisproductwillbefreeofdefectsinmaterialsandworkmanshipfora

    periodof24monthsfromthedateofpurchase.

    Orolia Ltdwillnotbeliabletothebuyerundertheabovewarranty:-

    foranydefectarisingfromfairwearandtear,wilfuldamage,negligence,abnormalworking

    conditions,failuretofollowOrolia Ltdsinstructions(whetheroralorinwriting)includinga

    failuretoinstallproperlyand/ortousebatteriesrecommendedand/orsuppliedbyOrolia

    Ltd,misuseoralterationsorrepairoftheproductbypersonsotherthanOrolia Ltdoran

    ApprovedServiceAgent;

    forparts,materialsorequipmentnotmanufacturedbyOrolia Ltdinrespectofwhichthe

    buyershallonlybeentitledtothebenefitofanywarrantyorguaranteegivenbythe

    manufacturertoOrolia Ltd;

    forthebatterystoragelifewhichisspecificallyexcludedfromthiswarranty;

    ifthetotalpricefortheproducthasnotbeenpaid.

    THELIMITEDWARRANTYSTATEDABOVEISEXCLUSIVEANDINLIEUOFANYOTHER

    WARRANTY,EXPRESSORIMPLIED,INCLUDINGBUTNOTLIMITEDTOANYIMPLIED

    WARRANTYOFMERCHANTABILITYORFITNESSFORAPARTICULARPURPOSE.Orolia

    Ltdwillnotbeliableforindirect,special,incidentalorconsequentialdamagesofanykind

    sustainedfromanycause.InnoeventshallOrolia Ltdbeliableforanybreachofwarrantyor

    otherclaiminanamountexceedingthepurchasepriceoftheproduct.Thiswarrantydoesnot

    affectanystatutoryrightsoftheconsumer.

    Inordertobevalid,claimsmustbemadeundertheabovewarrantyinwritingassoonas

    practicableafterdiscoveryofthedefectorfailureandwithinthewarrantyperiodreferredto

    above.Proofofpurchasewillberequired.TheclaimshouldbesenttogetherwiththeproductinquestiontotheaddresssetoutbelowortoanApprovedServiceAgent.

    FollowingavalidwarrantyclaimOrolia Ltdshallbeentitledtorepairorreplacetheproduct(or

    part)inquestionfreeofcharge,oratOrolia Ltdsolediscretiontorefundtothebuyerthepriceof

    theproduct(oraproportionalpartoftheprice).Orolia Ltdshallnotbeliabletoabuyerwhois

    notaconsumerforanyotherlossordamage(whetherindirect,specialorconsequentiallossof

    profitorotherwise)costs,expensesorotherclaimsforcompensationwhichariseoutoforin

    connectionwiththisproduct.InthecaseofaconsumerOrolia Ltdshallonlybeliablewhere

    otherlossordamageisforeseeable.

    NothingshalllimitOrolia Ltdsliabilityfordeathorpersonalinjurycausedbyitsnegligence.

    ThiswarrantyistobeinterpretedunderEnglishlaw.

    AllenquiriesrelatingtothiswarrantyorApprovedServiceAgentsshouldbesentto:

    Orolia Ltd,SilverPoint,AirportServiceRoad,Portsmouth,Hampshire,PO35PBUK

    Telephone: Int+44(0)2392623900 Fax: Int+44(0)2392623998

    Web: www.mcmurdomarine.com Email: [email protected]

    http://www.mcmurdomarine.com/mailto:[email protected]://www.mcmurdomarine.com/mailto:[email protected]
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    ECDeclarationofConformity

    HerebyOroliaLtddeclaresthatthisEPIRBisincompliancewiththeessential

    requirementsandotherrelevantprovisionsoftheMarineEquipmentDirective(MED)96/98/EC.AcopyoftheDeclarationOfConformitycanbeobtainedonlinefrom;

    www.mcmurdo.com/documents

    http://www.mcmurdo.com/documentshttp://www.mcmurdo.com/documents
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