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JAN-701B/901B JAN-701B/901B ECDIS E C D IS INSTRUCTION IN S TR UC T ION MANUAL M
JAN-701B/901B JAN-701B/901B ECDIS E C D IS INSTRUCTION IN S TR UC T ION MANUAL M
Cautions for High Voltage High voltages, ranging from several hundreds to tens of thousands of

Cautions for High Voltage

High voltages, ranging from several hundreds to tens of thousands of volts, are used in electronic apparatus, such as radio and radar instruments. These voltages are totally harmless in most operations. However, touching a component inside the unit is very dangerous. (Any person other than authorized service engineers should not service, inspect, or adjust the unit.) High voltages on the order of tens of thousand volts are most likely to cause instant deaths from electrical shocks. At times, even voltages on the order of several hundred volts could lead to electrocution. To defend against electrical shock hazards, don't put your hand into the inside of apparatus. When you put in a hand unavoidably in case of urgent, it is strongly suggested to turn off the power switch and allow the capacitors, etc. to discharge with a wire having its one end positively grounded to remove residual charges. Before you put your hand into the inside of apparatus, make sure that internal parts are no longer charged. Extra protection is ensured by wearing dry cotton gloves at this time. Another important precaution to observe is to keep one hand in your pocket at a time, instead of using both hands at the same time. It is also important to select a secure footing to work on, as the secondary effects of electrical shock hazards can be more serious. In the event of electrical shocks, disinfect the burnt site completely and obtain medical care immediately.

Precautions for Rescue of Victim of Electric Shock

When a victim of electric shock is found, turn off the power source and ground the circuit immediately. If this is impossible, move the victim away from the unit as quick as possible without touching him or her with bare hands. He or she can safely be moved if an insulating material such as dry wood plate or cloth is used. Breathing may stop if current flows through the respiration center of brain due to electric shock. If the electric shock is not large, breathing can be restored by artificial respiration. A victim of electric shock looks pale and his or her pulse may become very weak or stop, resulting in unconsciousness and rigidity at worst. It is necessary to perform first aid immediately.

Method of First-Aid Treatment

Precautions for First-Aid Treatments

Whenever a person is struck by an electrical shock, give the patient artificial respiration immediately on the spot, unless it is absolutely necessary to move the patient for safety's sake. Once started, artificial respiration should be continued rhythmically.

(1)

Refrain from touching the patient carelessly as a result of the accident; the first-aider could suffer from electrical shocks by himself or herself.

(2)

Turn off the power calmly and certainly, and move the patient apart from the cable gently.

(3)

Call or send for a physician or ambulance immediately, or ask someone to call doctor.

(4)

Lay the patient on the back, loosening the necktie, clothes, belts and so on.

(5)

(a)

Feel the patient's pulse.

(b)

Check the heartbeat by bringing your ear close to the patient's heart.

(c)

Check for respiration by bringing your face or the back of your hand to the patient's face.

(d) Check the size of patient's pupils.

(6) Opening the patient's mouth, remove artificial teeth, cigarettes, chewing gum, etc. if any. With the patient's mouth open, stretch the tongue and insert a towel or the like into the mouth to prevent the tongue from being withdrawn into the throat. (If the patient clenches the teeth so tight that the mouth won't open, use a screwdriver or the like to force the mouth open and then insert a towel or the like into the mouth.)

(7)

Wipe off the mouth to prevent foaming mucus and saliva from accumulating.

Treatment to Give When the Patient Has a Pulse Beating but Has Ceased to Breathe

Performing mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration - Fig. 1

(1)

Bend the patient's face backward until it is directed to look back. (A pillow may be

(2)

placed under the neck.) Pull up the lower jaw to open up the airway. (to spread the airway)

(3)

Pinching the patient's nose, breathe deeply and blow your breath into the patient's

(4)

mouth strongly, with care to close it completely. Then, move your mouth away and take a deep breath, and blow into his or her mouth. Repeat blowing at 10 to 15 times a minute (always with the patient's nostrils closed). Continue artificial respiration until natural respiration is restored.

(5)

If the patient's mouth won't open easily, insert a pipe, such as one made of rubber or

(6)

vinyl, into either nostril. Then, take a deep breath and blow into the nostril through the pipe, with the other nostril and the mouth completely closed. The patient may stand up abruptly upon recovering consciousness. Keep the patient lying calmly, giving him or her coffee, tea or any other hot drink (but not alcoholic drink) to keep him or her warm.

Meouth-to-mouth artificial respiration with the patient's head lifted

respir ation with the patient's head lifted ① ② ③ Fig.1 Mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration (1) Lift
respir ation with the patient's head lifted ① ② ③ Fig.1 Mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration (1) Lift
respir ation with the patient's head lifted ① ② ③ Fig.1 Mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration (1) Lift

Fig.1 Mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration

(1) Lift the back part of the patient's head. Support the forehead with one of your hand and the neck with the other hand.→①. Many patients will have their airways opened by lifting their head in this way to ease mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration.

(2) Closing the patient's mouth with your mouth, press your cheek against the patient's nose→②. Alternatively, hold the patient's nose with your finger to prevent air leak →③.

(3) Blowing air into the patient's lungs. Blow air into the patient's lungs until chest is seen to rise. The first 10 breaths must be blown as fast as possible.

Treatment to Give When the Patient Has No Pulse Beating and Has Ceased to Breathe

Performing cardiac massage - Fig. 2

If the patient has no pulse beating, with the pupils open and no heartbeat being heard, the patient has a cardiac arrest and requires immediate artificial respiration. Continue this until a medical specialist arrives, and follow his or her directions after that.

(1)

Putting one hand on about the lower one third of the patient's ribs and the other hand

(2)

over the back of the first, with your elbow fully stretched (with bended elbow, you can’t press to the extent the patient’s ribs are depressed), apply your body weight to the hands to press the patient's body until it is depressed about 2 cm (Repeat this about 50 times a minute). (Cardiac massage.) If only one first-aider is available, perform a cardiac massage about 15 times and

(3)

then give mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration 2 times. Repeat this sequence. If two first-aiders are available, while one person performs a cardiac massage 15 times, and the other should give mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration 2 times. Repeat this sequence (combined cardiac massage and mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration method). Check the patient's pupils and feel the pulse from time to time. When the pupils are restored to normal and the pulse begins to beat regularly, stop treating and keep the patient calm while giving him or her coffee, tea or any other hot drink to keep him or her warm while watching him or her carefully.

① ② ③ ④

Fig.2 Cardiac massage

PREFACE

Thank you for purchasing the JRC JAN-701B/901B ECDIS/Conning Display. This equipment consists of ECDIS (Electronic Chart Display and Information System) and Conning Display. This ECDIS meets the performance standards of the IMO (International Maritime Organization) and the IHO (International Hydro graphic Organization), and serves to improve safety, reduce fuel combustion, reduce voyage time and automate voyages.

For the best operation and performance results, read this manual thoroughly before use.

Keep this manual in a convenient place for future reference. Make use of this manual when experiencing operation difficulties.

This LCD uses 1,310,000 (JAN-701B)/1,920,000 (JAN-901B) or more TFTs (Thin Film Transistor). If some pixels on the screen are not clear, the color is different, or the screen is brighter than usual, it is not because of defect, instead it is because of inherent characteristic of the TFT display technology.

The information in this manual is subject to change without notice at any time.

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Before Operation

Pictorial Indication

Various pictorial indications are included in this manual and are shown on these equipment so that you can operate them safely and correctly and prevent any danger to you and / or to other persons and any damage to your property during operation. Such indications and their meanings are as follows. Please understand them before you read this manual:

This indication is shown where any person is supposed to be in danger of being
This indication is shown where any person is supposed to be in danger of being

This indication is shown where any person is supposed to be in danger of being killed or seriously injured if this indication is neglected and these equipment are not operated correctly.

This indication is shown where any person is supposed to be injured or any property damage is supposed to occur if this indication is neglected and these equipment are not operated correctly.

Examples of pictorial indication

are not operated correctly. Examples of pictorial indication The △ mark represents CAUTION (including DANGER and
are not operated correctly. Examples of pictorial indication The △ mark represents CAUTION (including DANGER and

The mark represents CAUTION (including DANGER and WARNING). Detailed contents of CAUTION (“Electric Shock” in the example on the Electric left.) is shown in the mark.

in the example on the Electric left.) is shown in the mark. The mark represents prohibition.

The mark represents prohibition. Detailed contents of the prohibited action (“Disassembling Prohibited” in Disassembling the example on the left) is shown in the mark.

The mark represents instruction. The ● Detailed contents of the instruction (“Disconnect the power plug” in the example on the Detailed contents of the instruction (“Disconnect the power plug” in the example on the left) is shown in the mark.

Warning label

There is a warning label on the top cover of the equipment. Do not try to remove, break or modify the label.

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Precautions Upon Equipment Operation

 
 

Never remove the cover of this equipment. Touching the high-voltage section inside will cause an electric shock. Touching the high-voltage section inside will cause an electric shock.

Do not attempt to disassemble or tamper with this equipment. Otherwise, a fire, an electric shock, or a malfunction may occur. Otherwise, a fire, an electric shock, or a malfunction may occur.

Do not place a glass or cup containing water, etc., or a small metal object on this equipment. If water or such object gets inside, a fire, an electrical shock, or this equipment. If water or such object gets inside, a fire, an electrical shock, or a malfunction may occur.

In case water or a metal object gets inside the equipment, turn off the power

In case water or a metal object gets inside the equipment, turn off the power immediately, unplug the power supply cable from an electric outlet, and contact our head office, or a nearby branch or local office to request servicing. Keeping the equipment in operation under such condition may cause a fire, an electric shock or a malfunction.

In case you find smoke, strange smell or unusual heat coming from the equipment, turn

In case you find smoke, strange smell or unusual heat coming from the equipment, turn off the power immediately, unplug the power supply cable from an electric outlet, and contact our head office, or a nearby branch or local office to request servicing. Keeping the equipment in operation under such condition may cause a fire or an electric shock.

Do not use the offset function during navigation. If the equipment is used with the

Do not use the offset function during navigation. If the equipment is used with the offset value entered as the own ship position, the position of your ship displayed on the screen is shifted from the real one, and accidents may result. When the offset values are entered, the background color of the position panel on the display panel is colored in sky blue, and the message “Position Shift” is displayed in the message display area. Check these indications, and cancel the offset function if necessary.

Shift” is displayed in the message display area. Check these indications, and cancel the offset function

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If the LCD module breaks and the liquid inside spills out to stick to your

If the LCD module breaks and the liquid inside spills out to stick to your skin, wash it off immediately under running water for more than 15 minutes. If you find wash it off immediately under running water for more than 15 minutes. If you find any skin problem afterwards, consult a doctor immediately. If the liquid gets in your eye, wash it off immediately under running water for more than 15 minutes, and then, consult a doctor as soon as possible.

Before starting automatic sailing, be sure to check the safety of the route and crossing safety contour. Otherwise, accidents may result. Otherwise, accidents may result.

If the own ship has arrived at the boundary of a WPT during automatic sailing, be sure to check the safety and perform turning manually (press the [TURN] key ). be sure to check the safety and perform turning manually (press the [TURN] key ). Otherwise, the ship keeps the course with the leg bearing, and accidents may result.

Input the parameter accurately according to the specification of the ship. Otherwise, accidents may result. Otherwise, accidents may result.

After changing the setting, execute to exit “Navigation & Planning”. Otherwise, accidents may result because ECDIS is not affected by the set parameter.

Otherwise, accidents may result because ECDIS is not affected by the set parameter.

Before disposing of used lithium batteries, insulate them by applying tapes on their and terminals. Otherwise, they may short-circuit to generate heat, explode or cause a fire. Otherwise, they may short-circuit to generate heat, explode or cause a fire.

by applying tapes on their and terminals. Otherwise, they may short-circuit to generate heat, explode or
by applying tapes on their and terminals. Otherwise, they may short-circuit to generate heat, explode or

Never attempt to check or repair the inside of the equipment. Checking or repair by an unqualified person may cause a fire or an electric shock. Contact our head office, or a nearby branch or local office to request servicing. shock. Contact our head office, or a nearby branch or local office to request servicing.

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Do not use or leave the equipment under direct sunlight or in the temperatures above

Do not use or leave the equipment under direct sunlight or in the temperatures above 55°C for a long time. Otherwise, a fire or a malfunction may occur. above 55°C for a long time. Otherwise, a fire or a malfunction may occur.

Do not block the ventilation opening of the equipment. Otherwise, heat may accumulate inside to cause a fire or a malfunction.a long time. Otherwise, a fire or a malfunction may occur. This equipment is intended for

This equipment is intended for use as an aid to navigation only. ●

If no backup measures are taken, such as using another EDIS unit for confirmation, be sure to use official marine charts together with this equipment to make any navigational decision.

This equipment is not designed to assess the positional information automatically for navigation. The positional information should always be checked by the user against such information from other sources. Otherwise, accidents may result.

Do not touch the equipment with hands or gloves wet with water. Otherwise, an electric shock or a malfunction may occur. Otherwise, an electric shock or a malfunction may occur.

Do not leave the floppy disk in the floppy disk drive after use. Also, do not leave the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. Malfunctions of the drives may Also, do not leave the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. Malfunctions of the drives may result.

Do not place any object on the operation panel.
● Do not place any object on the operation panel. Avoid placing anything extremely hot, in Avoid placing anything extremely hot, in particular, as this may deform the panel.

Do not apply any undue shock on the operation panel, trackball and dials. Otherwise, a malfunction may result.

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Do not turn on the power of the equipment with a floppy disk inserted in

Do not turn on the power of the equipment with a floppy disk inserted in the floppy disk drive. The equipment will not start normally. floppy disk drive. The equipment will not start normally.

If checking of the equipment is unavoidably necessary, be sure to turn off the power before starting checking. Otherwise, a fire or a malfunction may occur. power before starting checking. Otherwise, a fire or a malfunction may occur.

If a fan alarm or CPU temperature rise alarm has occurred, immediately turn off the power. Keeping the equipment in operation may cause a fire or a malfunction. After turning off Keeping the equipment in operation may cause a fire or a malfunction. After turning off the power, contact our head office, or a nearby branch or local office to request servicing.

To change over the mode from ECDIS to Conning Display, exit ECDIS ● mode, and then, select Conning Display from Startup menu. It takes some time for Conning mode, and then, select Conning Display from Startup menu. It takes some time for Conning Display to appear, and it is necessary, therefore, to ensure the safety before changing the modes. Otherwise, accidents may result. Note that changing over the mode from ECDIS to Conning Display will cancel the previous settings of ECDIS mode such as the chart scale and on/off of the radar overlay. These settings should be readjusted when ECDIS mode is used again.

Edit routes in accordance with the world geodetic system (WGS-84).Use of routes edited with any other geodetic systems may cause accidents. routes edited with any other geodetic systems may cause accidents.

During sailing, be sure to check own ship’s position and bearing as often as necessary, regardless of whether the automatic sailing is in operation or not. Otherwise, accidents may necessary, regardless of whether the automatic sailing is in operation or not. Otherwise, accidents may result.

Do not turn off the power during index creation by Chart Portfolio. Otherwise, a malfunction may occur. Otherwise, a malfunction may occur.

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Equipment Appearance

Stand-alone type (JAN-701B)

Equipment Appearance Stand-alone type (JAN-701B) xi

xi

Stand-alone type (JAN-901B)

Stand-alone type (JAN-901B) xii

xii

Flash-mount type

Flash-mount type xiii

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Glossary

AIS

:

Automatic Identification System

ARCS

:

Admiralty Raster Chart Service. A raster chart published by UKHO.

ARPA

:

Automatic RADAR Plotting Aid. Collision prevention radar.

AUTHORIZATION CODE

:

Encryption key for C-MAP Ed.2. Supplied by C-MAP Norway.

AUTO SAIL

:

The system automatically navigates to keep the scheduled route. Same as automatic sailing.

Base CD

:

Chart CD containing a complete chart data.

Cell Permit

:

A file containing an encryption key for S-63 chart. Supplied by UKHO, PRIMAR STAVANGER, and Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department of Japan Coast Guard.

Chart Portfolio

:

Software to manage the charts. Imports and updates the charts.

C-MAP Ed.2

:

C-MAP Edition 2. A digital chart format by C-MAP Norway.

C-MAP Ed.3

:

C-MAP Edition 3. A digital chart format by C-MAP Norway.

C-MAP

:

Nautical chart in a digital format by C-MAP Norway.

CTS

:

Course to steer. Heading command.

COG

:

Course Over the Ground

Data Server

:

Organization providing S-63 chart.

Display

:

Screen displayed on the LCD.

DIST

:

Distance

DR

:

Dead Reckoning

EBL

:

Electronic Bearing Lines

ECDIS

:

Electronic Chart Display and Information System

ENC

:

Electronic Navigation Chart. Meaning S-57 and S-63.

ETA

:

Estimated Time of Arrival

ETD

:

Estimated Time of Departure

F.ETA

:

Final ETA. Estimated time of arrival to the final waypoint.

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GC

:

Great Circle

HDG

:

Ship’s heading

Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department:

Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department of Japan Coast Guard. Publisher of ENC.

Import (for Chart Portfolio)

:

A procedure of enabling the chart supplied by Base CD to be displayed on ECDIS.

Leg

:

Line between two consecutive waypoints

LMT

:

Local Mean Time

LON

:

Longitude

Primary

:

Main positioning sensor.

PRIMAR STAVANGER

:

A Norwegian company supplying charts. Publisher of encrypted charts, S-63.

Range

:

An area of the chart displayed on the screen. Represented by one half of the length of the chart display screen.

RL

:

Rhumb Line

Rubber band

:

Border that indicates the selected range.

S-57

:

IHO transfer standard for digital hydrographic data.

S-63

:

IHO Data Protection Scheme

SA Certificate

file

:

An electronic file certifying the supplier of S-63 chart. Required for import/ update of S-63 chart.

Scale

:

The display scale.

SENC

:

System Electronic Navigational Chart

Ship-avoiding operation

:

To operate the ship in or der to avoid obstacles during automatic navigation, regardless of the scheduled route.

SOG

:

Speed Over the Ground

Spot depth

:

Numeric representation of depth.

TCS

:

Track Control Systems

UKHO

:

United Kingdom Hydrographic Office

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Update (for Chart Portfolio)

:

A procedure of reflecting the update data supplied by Update CD on the imported chart.

Update CD

:

Chart CD containing the chart data updated from Base CD. Base CD data has been imported.

USER CODE

:

A user-specific code assigned by JRC. Required in using ARCS and S-63 charts.

UTC

:

Universal Time, Coordinated

VRM

:

Variable Range Markers

WOL

:

Wheel Over Line

WOP

:

Wheel Over Point

WPT

:

Waypoint

WPT-WPT

:

The division of the leg specified by two waypoints. Displays data between two consecutive waypoints.

XTD

:

Cross Track Distance

XTL

:

Cross Track Limit

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Contents

PREFACE

 

v

Before Operation

 

vi

Precautions Upon Equipment Operation

 

vii

Glossary

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1

Overview

1-1

1.1 Function

 

1-2

1.2 Features

1-4

1.3 Components

 

1-5

1.4 Construction

1-6

1.5 System Configuration

 

1-12

2

Names and Functions

2-1

2.1 Function of Operation Panel and LCD brilliance control

2-2

2.2 Function of the Screen (ECDIS)

 

2-5

 

2.2.1

Display Panel

2-7

2.2.1.1 Own Ship Information

 

2-8

2.2.1.2 The Other Ship Displaying Status

2-10

2.2.1.3 Auto Sailing Status

 

2-12

2.2.1.4 The setting of the route

2-12

2.2.1.5 The other information on the own ship

2-13

2.2.1.6 CHART Information for S-57/C-MAP

2-15

2.2.1.7 CHART Information

for ARCS

2-16

2.2.1.8 Tools Panel

2-17

2.2.1.9 Brilliance Setting Panel

2-18

2.2.2

Menu Title Bar

2-19

3

Basic Operation of ECDIS

 

3-1

3.1 Menu Operation

 

3-3

 

3.1.1

How to Select the Menu

3-3

3.1.1.1 How to Use the Trackball

3-3

3.1.1.2 How to Select the Menu

3-5

3.1.1.3 How to Use the context Menu

3-8

3.1.2 Various Panels

 

3-10

3.1.3 How to Enter Numbers and Letters

3-12

3.1.3.1 Use of the PS/2 Keyboard

3-12

3.1.3.2 Use of the Software Keyboard

3-13

3.1.3.3 Numerical Input

 

3-14

3.1.3.4 Character Input

3-16

3.2 General Flowchart

3-17

 

3.2.1 General Flowchart

3-17

3.2.2 Flowchart for Sailing

3-18

3.3 Power ON/OFF and Preparation

3-20

 

3.3.1 Power ON ([POWER])

3-20

3.3.2 Selecting the Startup Menu

3-21

3.3.3 Startup Screen and ARCS PIN Input (ARCS Only)

3-22

3.3.5

Adjusting the Brightness and Sound Volume

3-24

3.3.6 Changing the Display Color ([DAY/NIGHT])

3-28

3.3.7 How to Release the Alarm ([ALARM ACK])

3-30

3.3.8 Displaying the Radar Image ([RADAR])

3-37

3.3.9 The AIS/TT target Display

3-40

3.3.9.1 AIS/TT display ON/OFF

3-40

3.3.9.2 Opening the AIS/TT list

3-41

3.3.9.3 Target Track

3-46

3.3.9.4 File operation

3-49

3.3.9.5 Display Received Message

3-50

3.3.9.6 AIS sentence

3-50

3.3.9.7 Activating and Deacti vating AIS Ta rgets

3-50

3.3.9.8 Panel Display of AIS/TT Ta rget

3-52

3.3.10 MOB (Man OverBoard)

3-53

3.3.11 Using the DVD Drive and Floppy Disk Drive and DVD

3-55

3.4 Shifting the Chart

3-56

3.4.1 Shifting the Chart with the [HOME] button

3-56

3.4.2 Shifting the Chart with the Cross Cursor

3-57

3.4.3 Shifting the Chart with the Hand Cursor

3-58

3.4.4 Shifting the Chart with the [Port List]

3-58

3.4.5 Displaying the Chart by Entering the Position

3-59

3.5 Zooming In/Out the Chart

(S-57/C-MAP Only)

3-60

3.5.1 Zooming Area Using the Rubber Band (S-57/C-MAP Only)

3-60

3.5.2 Zooming In/Out (S-57/C-MAP Only)

3-61

3.5.3 Switching the Range (S-57/C-MAP Only)

3-62

3.5.4 Switching the Scale (S-57/C-MAP Only)

3-63

3.6 Changing the Object Category (S-57/C-MAP Only)

3-64

3.7 Selecting Motion/Azimuth Mode

3-66

3.7.1 Selecting Motion Mode

3-69

3.7.2 Selecting Azimuth Mode

3-69

3.7.3 Setting Chart Fix Mode

3-70

3.8 My Port List

3-71

3.8.1 Adding to My Port List

3-71

3.8.2 Deleting My Port List

3-72

3.9 Selecting a S-57 Chart (S-57 Only)

3-73

3.10 ARCS Chart Display Options

(ARCS Only)

3-74

3.10.1 Selecting Larger/Smaller Chart (ARCS Only)

3-74

3.10.2 Selecting Chart under Cursor (ARCS Only)

3-75

3.10.3 Selecting Chart from All (ARCS Only)

3-76

3.10.4 Changing Active Panels (ARCS Only)

3-77

3.10.5 Loading a Low Resolution Chart (ARCS Only)

3-78

3.10.6 To Select the High Resolution Chart (ARCS Only)

3-78

3.10.7 Displaying the Note and Diagram (ARCS Only)

3-79

3.10.8 Displaying Temporary and Preliminary Notice (ARCS Only)

3-80

3.10.9 Adjusting Datum (ARCS Only)

3-81

3.11 Displaying Chart in Various Ways (Multi View/Wide Range View)

3-85

3.11.2

Selecting an Area

3-87

3.11.3

Wide Range View Screen (S-57/C-MAP Only)

3-88

3.12 Selecting Rout e and To WPT

3-89

3.12.1 Selecting ROUTE and To WP T Using the Disp lay Panel

3-89

3.12.2 Distance Measurement

3-91

3.12.3 Use XTD Alarm

3-94

3.13 Displaying a User Map

3-95

3.14 Reading Out Information on the Object

3-96

3.15 Operating EBL/VRM

3-99

3.15.1 Operating EBL/VRM Using the Operation Panel

3-99

3.15.2 Operating EBL/VRM Using the Context Menu

3-104

 

3.15.2.1 Selecting 1-step/2-step Option

3-104

3.15.2.2 Dropped EBL/VRM – EBL1/VRM1 (EBL2/VRM2)

3-106

3.15.2.3 Dropped EBL/VRM – EBL1 (EBL2)

3-107

3.15.2.4 Dropped EBL/VRM – VRM1 (VRM2)

3-107

3.15.2.5 Dropped EBL/VRM – Move Origin1 (Move Origin2)

3-108

3.15.2.6 CCRP EBL/VRM – EBL1/VRM1 (EBL2/VRM2)

3-108

3.15.2.7 CCRP EBL/VRM – EBL1 (EBL2)

3-109

3.15.2.8 CCRP EBL/VRM – VRM1 (VRM2)

3-109

3.15.3

Operating EBL/VRM Using the Display panel

3-110

3.15.3.1 Drawing and deletion EBL by the Display panel

3-111

3.15.3.2 Drawing and deletion VRM by the Display panel

3-111

3.15.3.3 Changing the base point of EBL/VRM

3-112

3.15.4

Marker Setting

3-113

3.16 Running Fix

3-114

3.17 Monitoring Dragging Anchor

3-115

3.18 User-Marking/Highlighting

3-117

3.18.1

Marking the Event Mark

3-117

3.18.2

Marking the Information Mark

3-119

3.18.3

Marking the Tidal Stream Mark

3-120

3.18.4

Highlight

3-121

3.19 EBL Maneuver

3-123

3.20 Cross Bearing

3-125

3.21 Inputting Clearing Lines

3-127

3.22 LOP(Line Of Position)

3-128

3.23 Acquisition Zone

3-136

3.24 Multi Window

3-138

3.24.1

Using the Analog Meter

3-138

3.24.2

Other Multi Window display

3-139

3.25 Cursor Auto Mode

3-141

3.26 Logbook

3-143

3.26.1 Displaying the Logbook

3-143

3.26.2 Logbook Setting

3-150

3.27 Own Ship’s setting

3-152

3.27.1 Own Ship Symbol

3-153

3.27.2 Vector Display at POSN1

3-154

3.27.4

Track and Time Label Display

3-157

 

3.27.5

Heading Line and Beam Line

3-158

3.28

Chart

Setting

3-159

3.28.1

Chart Setting S-57/C-MAP/ARCS

3-159

3.28.1.1 Setting the "View Common" tab

3-160

3.28.1.2 Setting the "View1" tab

3-168

3.28.1.3 Setting the "View2" tab

3-174

3.28.2 Other Chart Setting

3-175

3.28.3 Save Chart Setting

3-176

3.28.4 Chart Setting List

3-177

Chart

3.29 Abbreviations

 

3-178

3.30 Accepting the S-57 Updating Chart

3-179

3.31 Graphical

Index

 

3-181

3.32 Setting Radar Options

3-183

 

3.32.1 Setting of RADAR

3-183

3.32.2 Adjusting RADAR Range and Bearing

3-184

Adjust the RADAR Range and Bearing according to the following procedure

3-184

3.32.3

Adjusting of Noise Level

3-186

3.33

AIS/TT

Setting

3-188

3.33.1 AIS/Target Track Setting

3-188

3.33.2 Association Setting

3-193

3.34

Shifting Own Ship Position

3-195

3.34.1 Shifting Using the Cursor

3-197

3.34.2 Shifting by Entering the Position

3-198

3.34.3 Shifting by Entering the Offset Value

3-198

3.34.4 Canceling the Ship Offset

3-198

3.35 Printing Display (Only when Connected to a Printer)

3-199

3.36 Saving the Screen

 

3-199

3.37 Displaying the Startup Menu (Exit the avigation & Planning)

3-200

4 Route Planning

 

4-1

4.1

Route Planning

4-2

 

4.1.1 Setting the Route Options

4-4

4.1.2 Route Planning Using the Table Editor

4-8

4.1.2.1 Table Editing Mode

4-8

4.1.2.2 Table Editing Menu and Button Functions (Table Editor)

4-9

4.1.2.3 Operation Flowchart for Table Editor

4-14

4.1.2.4 Making a New Route File (Table Editor)

4-16

4.1.2.5 Editing a Previous Route File (Table Editor)

4-28

4.1.2.6 Importing Route Files

4-29

4.1.2.7 Exporting Route Files

4-30

4.1.3

Route Planning Using the Graphic Editor

4-32

4.1.3.1 Graphic Editing Mode

4-32

4.1.3.2 Graphic Editing Menu and Button Functions (Graphic Editor)

4-33

4.1.3.3 Operation Flowchart for Graphic Editor (Graphic Editing)

4-37

4.1.3.4 Making a New Route File (Graphic Editing)

4-39

4.1.3.5 Editing a Previous Route File (Graphic Editor)

4-51

4.1.3.7

Exporting Route Files

4-53

 

4.1.3.8

Creating a Route Using EBL/VRM Keys and Dials

4-54

4.2

Creating an Alternate Route

4-57

4.2.1 Operation Flowchart

4-57

4.2.2 Creating Alternate Route

4-58

5

Chart Editing

5-1

5.1 Chart Edit Mode

 

5-3

5.2 Menus and Button Functions

5-4

 

5.2.1 Chart Editing Menu

5-4

5.2.2 Button Functions

5-8

5.3 User Map Editor Operation

 

5-9

 

5.3.1 Flow of User Map Edit

5-9

5.3.2 Operation when Editing User Map

5-11

5.3.2.1 Creating a New User Map

5-11

5.3.2.2 Editing a User Map

5-14

5.3.2.3 Merging User Maps

5-16

5.3.2.4 Importing User Maps

5-17

5.3.2.5 User Map Setting

5-18

5.4 Manual Update Operation

 

5-19

 

5.4.1 Flow of Manual Update

5-19

5.4.2 Operation when Manually Updating Objects

5-20

5.4.2.1

Manual Update Setting

5-23

5.5 Entering Objects

5-24

 

5.5.1 Selecting Object Types

5-26

5.5.2 Entering Objects

5-27

5.5.3 Hiding Objects (Only during the Manual Update Operation)

5-40

6

Automatic Sailing

6-1

6.1 Automatic Sailing System

 

6-2

 

6.1.1 Change of Course (Turning) of Normal Route

6-2

6.1.2 Change of Course (Turning) of TCS Route

6-3

6.1.3 Route Monitoring and System Alarm

6-4

6.2 Setting the Automatic Sailing

6-5

6.3 Automatic Sailing Operation

6-7

 

6.3.1 Selecting the Route and the WPT

6-8

6.3.2 Start Automatic Sailing of Normal Route

6-9

6.3.3 Start Automatic Sailing of TCS Route

6-10

6.3.4 Terminating the Automatic Sailing

6-11

6.3.5 Disconnect Automatic Sailing

6-12

7

Tools and Setting/ Serviceman Menu

7-1

7.1 File Manager

 

7-2

7.2 System Information

7-4

7.3 Operating

Time

7-5

7.4 Color Test

(ARCS Only)

7-6

7.5 Sensor

7-7

 

7.5.1 Primary Position and Secondary Position

7-7

7.5.2 Bearing Setting

7-8

7.5.4

Date Data Source Setting

7-9

 

7.5.5

Time Zone Data Source Setting

7-10

7.6 Color and Brilliance Setting

7-11

7.7 Setting

the User Key

7-12

7.8 Setting

Date/Time

7-13

7.9 Clear Voyage Distance

7-14

7.10 Setting the Alarm Options

7-15

7.11 Radar Process Setting

7-17

7.12 Language

7-17

7.13 Code Input

7-18

7.14 Own ship’s Parameter Setting

7-19

 

7.14.1

Ship’s Parameter

7-19

7.14.2

CCRP Setting

7-20

7.15 Line Monitor

7-21

7.16 Adjust

7-22

7.17 Installation Information

7-22

7.18 TCS Maintenance

7-23

7.19 Radar Initial Setup

7-24

7.20 Data Backup/Restore

7-25

 

7.20.1 How to backup the data

7-25

7.20.2 How to restore the data

7-26

8

Playback

8-1

8.1 Entering/Exiting the Playback

8-2

8.2 Playing Back the Logging Data

8-6

9

Reference

9-1

9.1 Alarm Function

9-2

Chart-Related

9.2 Alarm

Information

9-7

 

9.2.1

Alarm Information of ARCS Chart

9-7

9.2.2

Alarm Information of C-MAP Ed.3 Chart

9-9

9.2.3

Alarm Information of S-57/S-63 Chart

9-10

9.3 Abbreviation for Geodetic System

9-16

9.4 List of standard terms, units and abbreviations

9-17

9.5 Data Formats of Files that ECDIS can Import/Export

9-22

 

9.5.1 File Types

9-22

9.5.2 File Names

9-22

9.5.3 CSV File Data Structure

9-22

9.5.3.1 Route Files

9-23

9.5.3.2 User Chart Files

9-28

9.5.3.3 Logbook File

9-39

9.6 Display Symbols

9-43

9.7 Set value list when starting ECDIS

9-64

10 Maintenance and Inspection

10-1

10.1 Confirming Alarm

10-3

10.2 Daily Maintenance

10-4

 

10.2.1 Color Pattern (S-57)

10-5

10.2.2 Gray Scale

10-6

10.4

The PWR FAIL Lamp and Power Supply Input

10-7

10.5 User Maintenance Menu

10-8

 

10.5.1 Displaying/Hiding the User Maintenance Menu

10-8

10.5.2 Disk Information

10-10

10.5.2.1 Drive Information

10-10

10.5.2.2 File Information

10-11

10.5.3

Backup / Restore

10-12

10.5.3.1 How to Backup from HDD to USB device

10-12

10.5.3.2 How to Restore from USB device to HDD

10-14

10.5.4 Hardware Key Information

10-16

10.5.5 CD Cleaner

10-17

10.6 Troubleshooting

 

10-18

11

After-Sales Service

11-1

11.1 Maintenance Service

 

11-2

11.2 Retention Period of Repair Parts

11-2

11.3 When Asking for Service

11-2

11.4 Checks and Inspection

11-2

12 Disposal

 

12-1

12.1 Disposal of the Product

12-2

12.2 Disposal of Used Batteries

12-2

12.3 Disposal of LCD Module

12-2

13

Specifications

13-1

13.1

Bridge Display Terminal

13-2

Index

1

END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR JAN-701B/901B SERIES ECDIS SOFTWARE

3

Repair Request Form

5

1 Overview
1
Overview

1-1

1.1 Function

This equipment is navigation system with ECDIS (Electronic Chart Display and Information System) functions conforming to the “ECDIS Performance Standards” adopted in Resolution A.817 at the general assembly of the IMO. Consequently, this equipment can become the core of an integrated navigation system (INS) or integrated bridge system (IBS) that supports one-man bridge operation.

Safe sailing

Energy-saved sailing

ECDIS functions:

ECDIS

Compliance with the ECDIS defined by the IHO/IMO

Availability of S-57edition 3.0/3.1 (supporting S-63) format, C-MAP Ed.2/Ed.3, and ARCS as chart databases (when C-MAP Ed3 is used with the optional C-MAP Ed3 upgrade kit)

Own ship’s track display and planned-route display on the electronic chart

Automatic checking of the safety contours and dangerous areas of the own ship (not available for ARCS)

ARPA target display and AIS target display on the electronic chart

Superimpose display of radar echo on the electronic chart (when ECDIS is used with the optional radar overlay kit)

True/Relative motion display

North-up/Course-up display

Display of route information such as latitude/longitude at destinations, bearings/distances up to waypoints, and planned arrival time

Availability of two EBLs/VRMs

Writing of memos with alphabetic characters into the electronic chart

Display of information such as the date/time, current position, heading, and ship’s speed

Display symbols used to present chart information are presented in accordance with S-52 and its appendices.

Display specifications Size: 19-inch color LCD (JAN-701B) 23.1-inch color LCD (JAN-901B) Selection of colors (conforming to the IMO/IHO) suitable for the daytime, nighttime, dawn, and dusk Display of the symbols and colors recommended by the IHO.

Navigation Planning

Editing of route information Addition, deletion, and modification of waypoints on the electronic chart Calculation of the distance between waypoints, bearings, and planned arrival time Up to 512 waypoints per route Checking on the crossing of the safety contours and dangerous areas on created routes

Automatic sailing functions

Route tracking

Course change

Alarm functions

Safety depth crossing alarm

Dangerous areas crossing alarm

Waypoint arrival alarm

XTD alarm

Logging functions

Logging of navigation information onto the hard disk

Own ship’s playback using logged data

Logging of navigation information onto the hard disk • Own ship’s playback using logged data ECDIS

ECDIS

1.2 Features

This ECDIS has the following features:

ECDIS functions:

Displays vector charts such as S-57 and C-MAP, and raster charts such as ARCS

Safe navigation ensured by the crossing alarm function for safety contours and dangerous areas and the guard ring function (not available for ARCS)

Optimized displays of navigation warnings, weather warnings, and emergency messages from the connected Navtex receiver

Ease of operation supported by high-speed drawing and high-speed processing

Ease of user chart creation

Multi view function to display two charts at a time (not available for C-MAP Ed.3 and ARCS)

Wide range view in addition to single or multi view

Route planning in two ways, using table editor or graphic editor

Creation of alternative route during voyage

Automatic sailing by connecting with autopilot

Playback function to check the voyage

S-57 update portfolio

1.3 Components

A list of components and optional accessories is shown below.

Components

and optional accessories is shown below. • Components ECDIS   Name Model Quantity Comment Bridge

ECDIS

 

Name

Model

Quantity

Comment

Bridge Display Terminal

     
 

(JAN-701B)

NCD-2095

1

Main Unit

(JAN-901B)

NCD-2096

Display Panel

(JAN-701B)

NWZ-173-E

1

Included in the main unit

(JAN-901B)

NWZ-170-E

Operation panel

NCE-5163-E

 

Processing

(JAN-701B)

NCD-1444

1

Included in the main unit

unit

(JAN-901B)

NCD-1445

1

Included in the main unit

Instruction Manual (Japanese)

7ZPNA4055

1

 

Instruction Manual (English)

7ZPNA4056

1

 

Analog Interface Kit

   

1

Option

Serial Interface Kit

   

1

Option

Radar overlay kit

 

1

Option

Optional keyboard

   

1

 

Canvas cover

(JAN-701B)

 

1

Lightproof hood

(JAN-901B)

 

1

Option

(JAN-701B)

 

1

Accessory

CD

Cleaner

 

1

Packing in 1box

FD

Cleaner

 

1

1.4 Construction

The outline drawing of the unit is shown below.

Mass: Approx. 125 kg Cable Inlet
Mass: Approx. 125 kg
Cable Inlet

Warning label

shown below. Mass: Approx. 125 kg Cable Inlet Warning label NCD-2095 Bridge Display Terminal (JAN-701B) (UNIT:
shown below. Mass: Approx. 125 kg Cable Inlet Warning label NCD-2095 Bridge Display Terminal (JAN-701B) (UNIT:

NCD-2095 Bridge Display Terminal (JAN-701B) (UNIT: mm)

Mass: Approx. 150kg Cable Inlet
Mass: Approx. 150kg
Cable Inlet

Warning label

Mass: Approx. 150kg Cable Inlet Warning label ECDIS NCD-2096 Bridge Display Terminal (JAN-901B) ( U N
Mass: Approx. 150kg Cable Inlet Warning label ECDIS NCD-2096 Bridge Display Terminal (JAN-901B) ( U N
Mass: Approx. 150kg Cable Inlet Warning label ECDIS NCD-2096 Bridge Display Terminal (JAN-901B) ( U N

ECDIS

NCD-2096 Bridge Display Terminal (JAN-901B) (UNIT: mm)

MASS:APPROX. 85kg Flash-mount type NCD-1444 Processing Unit (UNIT: mm)
MASS:APPROX. 85kg
Flash-mount type
NCD-1444 Processing Unit (UNIT: mm)
MASS:APPROX. 10kg Flash-mount type NWZ-173-ET 19” LCD Unit (UNIT: mm)
MASS:APPROX. 10kg
Flash-mount type
NWZ-173-ET 19” LCD Unit (UNIT: mm)
MASS:APPROX. 10kg Flash-mount type NWZ-173-ET 19” LCD Unit (UNIT: mm) ECDIS 1-9 1 Overview

ECDIS

MASS:APPROX. 25kg Flash-mount type NWZ-170-ET 23.1” LCD UNIT (UNIT: mm)
MASS:APPROX. 25kg
Flash-mount type
NWZ-170-ET 23.1” LCD UNIT (UNIT: mm)
ECDIS MASS:APPROX. 3.1kg NCE-5163-E Operation Panel 1-11 1 Overview

ECDIS

ECDIS MASS:APPROX. 3.1kg NCE-5163-E Operation Panel 1-11 1 Overview

MASS:APPROX. 3.1kg

NCE-5163-E Operation Panel

1.5 System Configuration

The following diagram shows an example system configuration connected with this equipment. When ECDIS mode is used, it displays navigation data received from the sensor.

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2 Names and Functions
2
Names
and
Functions

2-1

This equipment can be operated both from the Operation panel and the display.

2.1 Function of Operation Panel and LCD brilliance control

(1)

Function of operation panel

Fig. 2.1 and Fig. 2.2 show the operation panel. Table 2.1 describes the name and function of each part on the operation panel.

○ 1 ○ 3 ○ 2 ○ 4 ○ 5 ○ 6 ○ 7 ○
○ 1
○ 3
○ 2
○ 4
○ 5
○ 6
○ 7
○ 8
25
○ 9
10
26
27
23
24
11
14
15
16
○ 12
17
18
19
○ 13
20
21
22

Fig. 2.1 Operation Panel

Table 2.1 Names and Functions

No.

Name

Function

 

1

POWER

Turns the power on.

2

PWR FAIL

Indicates the AC power supply error. (See 12.4 “The PWR FAIL Lamp and Power Supply Input.”)

3

PWR ACK

Stops the alarm at occurrence of PWR FAIL. (See 12.4 “The PWR FAIL Lamp and Power Supply Input.”)

ECDIS

4

VIDEO *1

Adjusts the brightness of radar echoes.

5

RAIN *1

Suppresses rain/snow clutter.

6

SEA *1

Suppresses sea clutter.

7

GAIN *1

Adjusts receiver gain.

8

RANGE

Range up.

Range down.

9

TURN *2

Starts turning.

10

ALARM ACK

Press to acknowledge an alarm.

11

ROUTE PLAN

Starts/ends route the route planning function (table editor).

12

DAY/NIGHT

Changes the display color of the screen to suit the lighting conditions of the bridge.

13

PANEL

Dims the operation panel in five steps.

14

RADAR *1

Turns ON/OFF the radar echo display on the chart.

15

AUTO SAIL *2

Starts/Stops auto sail.

16

MENU

Display Menu title bar.

17

AIS/ARPA

Selects AIS/ARPA display.

18

HOME

Returns the own ship’s position into the display.

19

MOB

MOB (Man-Over-Board) panel opens. When hold down for more than three seconds, MOB panel is closed.

20

USER

One of the following user-registered functions is executed:

21

OPTION 1

(See 7.7 “Setting the User Key.”)

22

OPTION 2

- Starting the route graphic editor

- Starting the chart editor

- Displaying the chart option setting screen

- Displaying the own ship’s option setting screen

- Adding to the port name list

- Displaying the port name list

- Changing the ARCS’s active panel

- Loading ARCS’s low resolution

- Displaying the logbook

- Printing the screen contents

- Saving Screen

- Saving chart option setting

- Displaying chart option setting list

- Changing S-57/C-MAP chart display BASE temporarily

23

EBL1/EBL2

Turns the EBL (Electronic Bearing Line) ON/OFF, and operates the EBL.

24

VRM1/VRM2

Turns the VRM (Variable Range Marker) ON/OFF, and operates the VRM.

25

TRACK BALL

The trackball is used to move the cursor on the screen for position designation, selection of buttons on the display panel, menu designation, etc.

Table 2.1 Names and Functions-- Continued

26

LEFT BUTTON

Used for selecting a button, menus and options on the screen. Pressing the left button is written as “left-click” in this book.

27

RIGHT BUTTON

Used for confirming alarms. Pressing the right button is written as “right-click” in this book.

*1:

Effective only when optional radar overlay kit is installed. Effective only when the equipment is linked to auto pilot.

*2:

(2)

LCD brilliance control

The screen’s brightness can be adjusted by using the brilliance control on the display panel. By keeping the brilliance control pressed, the screen’s brightness will be adjusted to an optimal condition automatically.

will be adjusted to an optimal condition automatically.   • JAN-701B   Brilliance control
 

JAN-701B

 

Brilliance control

 
 
 

JAN-901B

   
 

Brilliance control

• JAN-901B       Brilliance control Note:   • For JAN-901B, pressing the brilliance
• JAN-901B       Brilliance control Note:   • For JAN-901B, pressing the brilliance

Note:

 

For JAN-901B, pressing the brilliance control will automatically adjust the screen’s brightness to an

optimal condition.

 

When the adjustment is completed, “AUTO ADJUSTMENT COMPLETE” will appear on the display.

Press the brilliance control again to erase the indication.

 

This equipment can be operated both from the Operation panel and the display.

2.2 Function of the Screen (ECDIS)

The functions of the display of the ECDIS unit are described here.

The screen consists of three areas, the chart display area, TCS bar and display panel (information display area). The menu title bar appears when this equipment enters the menu mode.

Menu title bar

Chart Display area TCS bar
Chart Display area
TCS bar
the menu mode. Menu title bar Chart Display area TCS bar North arrow mark Display panel

North arrow mark

Display panel

Chart Display area TCS bar North arrow mark Display panel ECDIS Chart Display Area: The chart

ECDIS

Chart Display Area:

The chart display area displays the electronic chart stored on hard disk. (S-57, C-MAP and/or ARCS charts) On the chart, the following will be displayed according to your settings:

• Your ship’s symbol and vector at the primary position

• Your ship’s symbol and vector at the secondary position

• Head line

• Primary position track and time label

• Secondary position track

• EBL/VRM markers

• RADAR echo

• Other ship symbols, vectors and ship’s track (when ARPA/AIS is installed)

• Etc.

Also, various screen panels will be displayed on electronic charts according to the function in use.

Display Panel:

The display panel displays various navigation information for sailing including alarms. Also, buttons that will be frequently used for navigation operation are arranged in this panel.

Menu Title Bar:

When you move the cursor top of screen, the menu title bar opens to allow menu operation. Left-clicking the chart display area will close the menu title bar.

TCS Bar:

Information bar for Auto Sail. Most of the items in the TCS bar display a value by choosing route on the

Display Panel.

bar display a value by choosing route on the Display Panel. To WPT: Next WPT: Next

To WPT:

Next WPT: Next number of “To WPT”

Number of “To WPT”

TTG:

Estimated Time of Arrival at the “To WPT”

ETA:

Speed to arrive at the “to WPT” by the planned time

XTD:

XTD (Cross Track Distance)

XTL:

XTL (Cross Track Limit)

• In XTD and XTL, displayed side of “P (Port side)” and “S (Starboard side)”.

NM/m:

Selecting units of distance. This setting is applied to XTD and XTL.

CRS:

Bearing from “To WPT” to “Next WPT”

Alarms:

The number of alarm occurring now

Warnings: The number of warning occurring now

2.2.1 Display Panel

The contents of display panel will change according to the chart being selected, either S-57/C-MAP or ARCS. The following shows the typical displays common to S-57/C-MAP and ARCS

shows the typical displays common to S-57/C-MAP and ARCS Bearing and distance from cursor to own

Bearing and distance from cursor to

own ship.

Own Ship Information; See 2.2.1.1.

cursor to own ship. Own Ship Information; See 2.2.1.1. The other ship displaying status; See 2.2.1.2.

The other ship displaying status; See 2.2.1.2.

Auto sailing status. See 2.2.1.3.

The setting of a route and the display of the WPT information; See 2.2.1.4 The
The setting of a route and the display of the WPT
information; See 2.2.1.4
The other information on the own ship; See 2.2.1.5
Chart information: The item depends on ARCS chart and
other chart.
ARCS Chart: See 2.2.1.7
S-57/C-MAP: See 2.2.1.6
Tools and Brilliance Setting; It changes a display at
the arrow button.
Tools: See 2.2.1.8
Brilliance: See 2.2.1.9
The alarm which occurs at present can be confirmed.
Besides, you can do acknowledge of the alarm and
display of the alarm list. See 3.3.7

The position of cursor. Latitude / Longitude

and display of the alarm list. See 3.3.7 The position of cursor. Latitude / Longitude ECDIS

ECDIS

2.2.1.1 Own Ship Information

1)

The Basic Information

Chosen CCRP (Consistent Common Reference Point):

Chosen CCRP (Consistent Common Reference Point):

CCRP can be set in four (CCRP1-CCRP4) and chooses one in it. The CCRP setting

CCRP can be set in four (CCRP1-CCRP4) and chooses one in it. The CCRP setting can be changed with Serviceman menu [Serviceman] - [Installation] - [CCRP Setting].

chooses one in it. The CCRP setting can be changed with Serviceman menu [Serviceman] - [Installation]
chooses one in it. The CCRP setting can be changed with Serviceman menu [Serviceman] - [Installation]

The picture freeze indicator:

This indicator is animating while the screen-display is working normally.

is animating while the screen-display is working normally. Heading by HDG Sensor: The name of the
is animating while the screen-display is working normally. Heading by HDG Sensor: The name of the

Heading by HDG Sensor:

The name of the sensor and the present value are displayed.

Speed Through the Water by STW sensor: The name of the sensor and the present
Speed Through the Water by STW sensor:
The name of the sensor and the present value
are displayed.
Course Over the Ground and Speed Over the
Ground by primary sensor:
The name of the sensor and the present value
are displayed.
CCRP position by primary position sensor:

When the offset values are entered, the background color is colored in sky blue.

are entered, the background color is co lored in sky blue. Primary sensor information: It is

Primary sensor information: It is fixing on "POSN1".

The name of the primary sensor is displayed.

Geodetic system name: It is fixing on "WGS-84". If the geodetic system displays a chart except "WGS-84" at the ARCS chart, the background changes to the sky blue.

It displays a current time.

In case of LMT, a set value is displayed in the time zone.

The following item can change setting in menu [(7)Main] - [(0)Setting] – [(3)Date/Time Setting] Date / Time / Time Zone (if manual setting)

By pushing the UTC/LMT button, the interval of UTC-LMT can be changed.

In case of UTC display, a time zone is displayed as + 00:00.

Note:

The following item can change setting in menu [Main]-[Sensor].

Heading Sensor: It chooses from the connected equipment or manual setting.

STW Sensor: It chooses from the connected equipment or manual setting.

POSN1 (Primary sensor): It chooses from the connected equipment or Dead Reckoning.

POSN2: It isn't reflected in the display panel. POSN2 can set like POSN1, or unused.

Date and Time Sensor: It chooses from the connected equipment or manual setting.

Time Zone Sensor: It chooses from the connected equipment or manual setting.

The following table shows the relation of the sensor name of the display panel to the sensor setting by POSN1.

POSN1 Sensor

Input data

Display name on COG and SOG

Display name on position

Setting

DGPS1

GPS

(GPS)

GPS1

DGPS1

Differential GPS

(GPS)

DGPS1

DGPS2

GPS

(GPS)

GPS2

DGPS2

Differential GPS

(GPS)

DGPS2

GPS-Compass

GPS-Compass

(GPS)

GPS-C

Loran-C

Loran-C

(Loran)

LORAN-C

DR

(Dead Reckoning)

(DR)

DR

2)

CTS / Vector Time / Water Depth

CTS (Course to Steer):

It is displayed direction azimuth to be sending to Auto Sailing system. It is displayed during Automatic Sailing.