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Guidance Marine Ltd, 4 Dominus Way, Meridian Business Park, Leicester LE19 1RP, UK www.guidance.eu.com
T: +44 116 229 2600 E: sales@guidance.eu.com www.marine.direct
CyScan Installer’s Guide
Issue Date: 03/09/2015
Document No: 94-0363-4-D

Serial No:
Guidance Marine Ltd,
4 Dominus Way
Meridian Business Park
Sensor Software Version: Client Software Version:
Leicester
LE19 1RP
UK
Date of Shipment from UK:
Tel: +44 116 229 2600
Tel (Customer Services): +44 116 229 2665
Email: customerservices@guidance.eu.com
Web: www.guidance.eu.com/customer-support

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Complies with EN 60825-1
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except for deviations pursuant to Laser Notice
No 50 26 Jul 2001
Copyright © 2015 Guidance Marine Limited. All Rights Reserved.
Copyright in the whole and every part of this document belongs to Guidance Marine
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Ltd. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective companies or organisations.

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Table of Contents
Introduction��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5 Configuring the CyScan System��������������������������������������������������������� 25
Welcome�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������6 Using the CyScan Service Interface���������������������������������������������������������������������������26
System Overview����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������7 Network Communication Settings�����������������������������������������������������������������������������27
CyScan Sensor Part Names�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������8 Vessel Calibration�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������28
Serial Numbers & Software Versions��������������������������������������������������������������������������10 Static Blanking Zones������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������30
Product Label....................................................................................................................................... 10 DP Feed Configuration�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������31
Software Version Information............................................................................................................... 10
System Parameters����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������33
Sensor Information Display����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������11
Additional Information��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 35
Installing the Sensor Hardware��������������������������������������������������������� 12 Target Types���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������36
Where to Mount the Sensor���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������13 Positioning and Mounting Targets������������������������������������������������������������������������������37
Sensor Dimensions and Mounting Template��������������������������������������������������������������14 DP Message Types�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������38
NMEA0183R Format............................................................................................................................ 38
Installing the Cables������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
NMEA0183P Format............................................................................................................................. 38
Cable Specifications��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������16 ASCII17 Format.................................................................................................................................... 39
UPS Specifications�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������17 MDL Standard †................................................................................................................................... 39
CyScan Sensor Connections�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������18 MDL Multi-Target † .............................................................................................................................. 39
To Connect a Cable to the CyScan Sensor.......................................................................................... 18 Nautronix Standard †........................................................................................................................... 39
Connecting the Power Cable............................................................................................................... 18 Artemis Mk IV †.................................................................................................................................... 39

Client and DP Feed Connections - Ethernet Client, Serial DP�����������������������������������19 Kongsberg Standard............................................................................................................................ 39
MT Custom DP String.......................................................................................................................... 40
Client and DP Feed Connections - Ethernet Client, Dual Serial DP���������������������������20
Rolls-Royce Custom DP String............................................................................................................ 41
Client and DP Feed Connections - Serial Client, Serial DP���������������������������������������21
Part Numbers�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������42
Installing the Control PC����������������������������������������������������������������������� 22 Standard Components......................................................................................................................... 42
Optional Components.......................................................................................................................... 42
Installing CyScan Client Software onto a Type 2 or 3 Marine Processor�������������������23
Reflective Targets (Optional)................................................................................................................. 42
Installing CyScan Client Software onto other Types of Computer�����������������������������24
CyScan MkIV Installation Checklist����������������������������������������������������������������������������43
Cable Routing Diagrams��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������44
Sensor Information Display - Error Messages������������������������������������������������������������50
Upgrading the Sensor Software Via the Remote Installer������������������������������������������52

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Table of Contents (continued)
Upgrading the Sensor Software Directly��������������������������������������������������������������������53
Remote Diagnostics���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������54
The Kongsberg Maritime CyScan Sensor������������������������������������������������������������������55
DP Message Types............................................................................................................................... 55
Kongsberg (Custom) ........................................................................................................................... 55
Client and DP Feed Connections - Ethernet Client, Serial DP............................................................. 56
Client and DP Feed Connections - Ethernet Client, Dual Serial DP..................................................... 57
Client and DP Feed Connections - Serial Client, Serial DP.................................................................. 58

Document History������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������62

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Introduction
This section provides an introduction and overview of the CyScan system.
It contains the following sections:

• Welcome (page 6)

• System Overview (page 7)

• CyScan Sensor Part Names (page 8)

• Serial Numbers & Software Versions (page 10)

• Sensor Information Display (page 11)

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Welcome
Welcome to the CyScan Installer’s Guide. It explains how to mount and install the CyScan
system onto a vessel and how to install the CyScan Service Interface (CSI) and Dashboard.
An on-screen version of this document can be opened from the About tab of the CSI.
!
Note: Installation of a CyScan system should be carried
out by a suitably qualified and competent engineer.

For Instructions on how to use CyScan, please see the CyScan Operator’s Guide (Doc
94-0353-4).

Note that the introduction of the CSI constitutes a significant change in the CyScan
configuration interface in comparison with the legacy console. There may also be further
improvements to the CSI in subsequent releases. Whilst we endeavour to describe its
functionality correctly in this document, we do not guarantee that it exactly represents the
version of the CSI that you are running.

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System Overview
CyScan is a high accuracy marine laser sensor. It provides positional information to a CyScan Client Software
vessel’s DP system, allowing it to keep station relative to a target structure or another vessel. The CyScan Service Interface (CSI) and CyScan Dashboard are software applications
The CyScan system contains the following main parts: used to configure, control and monitor the CyScan system. They are installed on one or

• CyScan Sensor more marine-specification Type 2 Marine Processor or other computers running Microsoft

• CyScan
WindowsTM, usually mounted on the bridge near to the controls of the vessel’s DP system.
Client Software

• CyScan Targets
The CSI is used for system configuration and replaces the Service Access mode of the
Dashboard or Console in earlier versions of the CyScan system.

CyScan Sensor The Dashboard gives the DP operator control of the CyScan system and the data stream
being fed to the DP system.
The CyScan sensor is a rotating laser scanner. It is mounted on the vessel’s superstructure;
typically on the wheel-house. The Ethernet version of the Dashboard can run on multiple computers across a network,
with one Dashboard in Command mode and the others in Monitoring mode.
The CyScan sensor can be installed in three ways:

• Ethernet Client, Single Serial DP (see page 19)


• Ethernet Client, Dual Serial DP (see page 20)
• Serial Client, Single Serial DP (see page 21)

CyScan CyScan Dashboard


Power Sensor
DP
System
CyScan Service Interface
Client CyScan Targets
Software One or more retro-reflective CyScan targets are mounted on the target
Computer(s) platform or vessel. The precise range and bearing of each target is used
to calculate the exact position of the CyScan vessel relative to the target
structure or vessel.
See on page 37 for more detail on CyScan targets. CyScan Rugged
The key elements of the CyScan system Prism Target

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CyScan Sensor Part Names
The diagram below shows the key parts of the sensor unit and the various names that are
used throughout this guide:

Optical Window
Rotor

Power
Access Plate
DP Feed Sensor Information
Display
Client Data
Cable Gland Plate

Base Plate

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CyScan Sensor Part Names (Continued)

Power
DP Feed 2
DP Feed 1
Client Data
Alternative model with 4 cable glands.

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Serial Numbers & Software Versions
Serial numbers and Software Version Numbers are used to identify the hardware configuration and product revision of each CyScan unit. They will be requested by Guidance Marine in the
event of an application service support call to the company.

Product Label Software Version Information


The Part Number and The About tab of the CyScan Service Interface displays software version
Serial Number can be information and the sensor serial number.
found on the product label
fixed to the CyScan unit,
see right.

Software Version
CyScan Sensor Information
Product Label

CyScan Sensor
Serial Number

CyScan Sensor
Part Number

CyScan Sensor
Serial Number

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Sensor Information Display
The Sensor Information Display shows the status of the sensor and its internal system throughout each period of operation.
Sensor
Information
Sensor Information Display Details Display
Below is a list of the messages that appear during normal startup and operation of the CyScan Sensor. The messages are
listed in the order they normally occur, when the system is left to startup and run without the user pressing any buttons.
Display Screen Message Description
CTRL BOOT Wtg cmd.. Displays the current version of the boot loader (1.5.0.0 in this example).
V1.5.0.0
Starting application The application is starting.
Starting receiver... The receiver is starting.
Running  10:35 The sensor and all its internal systems are now running or suspended etc.
Temp 25°C (displayed as applicable). The system time and system temperature are also shown
Nav App Version Displays the software version number for the Navigator Application.
V4.9.3.87
Rec App Version Displays the software version number for the Receiver application.
V4.9.3.87
Ctrl App Version Displays the software version number for the Controller application.
V4.9.3.87
Rec Boot Version Displays the software version number for the Receiver boot loader.
V4.9.3.87
Ctrl Boot Version Displays the software version number for the Controller boot loader.
V4.9.3.87
Configured Ethernet (Ethernet system only) Displays the IP address of the Ethernet port.
UDP 192.168.2.228
IP0 192.168.2.228 (Ethernet system only) Displays the MAC address of the Ethernet adapter.
MAC 050203441526
Configured Serial (Serial system only) Gives the baud rate of the client data serial port.
Serial Port 0: 38400
DP: NMEA0183R (raw) Displays the DP message format and the baud rate of the DP feed serial port.
Serial Port 1: 9600
Pwr 0.8% Rev 234 Displays the laser power and the number of revolutions completed by the sensor.
Refl 2 Puls 20 Also displays the number of reflections and the number of pulses detected in the last revolution.
T1:Range 5.6m (When tracking a target) Displays the range, bearing and signal strength of the primary target.
Bearing 166.7° S 11% Otherwise displays “T1: n/a”.
Sensor Code 1: 7085 Recent sensor codes for use in troubleshooting.
Sensor Code 2: 5380
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Installing the Sensor Hardware
This section contains the following pages:

• Where to Mount the Sensor (page 13)

• Sensor Dimensions and Mounting Template (page 14)

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Where to Mount the Sensor

Sensor Mounting Locations WARNING:


The CyScan system is designed for permanent or semi-permanent installation on-board a If the CyScan sensor is mounted with the access plate facing towards the stern, the
vessel. Often, a custom-fabricated plinth is used to provide the optimum height and location BOW/STERN switch on the connector board must be set to STERN.
for mounting the CyScan sensor.
On all types of vessel the sensor should be mounted:

• With an unobstructed view in the expected direction of the target structure or vessel. AC Fuses

• Well
Power LED
Power
above sea level to prevent swamping or immersion.

• On
Ferrite Bead

a flat, rigid, horizontal surface able to support 30kg and receive 4x M8 fixing bolts. VFD Screen

• Allowing
Serial 1

for easy access to the connector board and Sensor Information Display.

• Clear of VHF emergency band antennae, S-band and X-band ship’s radars (as far away
as possible but at least 5m, in all directions, from any radar).
Ethernet 1

• Clear
Serial 0
of likely emissions from exhausts or other particulate sources to reduce the need
Stern
for cleaning the optical windows.
Ethernet 0 Bow Service Connections

Exhaust emissions contain particulates which will degrade the optics.

The sensor should be mounted with the Access Plate (see page 8) facing directly towards
either the bow (default) or the stern; parallel to the vessel’s fore and aft centre-line. Any
deviation from the centre-line alignment must be corrected in the CyScan Service Interface. Stern Stern

Bow Bow

A typical mounting position is above the wheelhouse for a vessel with a Bow
superstructure like that of a platform supply vessel. Stern

Sensor Sensor
mounted with mounted with Stern
access plate facing bow. access plate facing stern.
Bow

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Sensor Dimensions and Mounting Template
Sensor Clearance Mounting Template
The exact dimensions of the CyScan unit’s footprint are shown below. Mount the baseplate horizontally and aligned with the bow or stern as shown. By default
The additional information shown on the right will be useful when mounting the CyScan each sensor is configured to have the access plate facing towards the bow. This orientation
unit. Please refer to Document No: 94-0062-4 CyScan Mounting Template to view the can be reversed if required to give easier access to the cables and access plate.
information in larger format.
WARNING:
If the CyScan sensor is mounted with the access plate facing towards the stern, the
BOW/STERN switch on the connector board must be set to STERN (see page 13).

Allow a sensor height of 460mm


407 from the mounting plate, plus an

150
190
STERN (de- additional 30mm clearance to
4x 9 THRU
fault)or remove the rotor from the shaft.
BOW

Allow 150mm
STERN (default) BOW (default)
or or clearance for
BOW STERN access to the

460
rotor screws.
15
360
405

300 705
0

0
15
0 15

Allow 150mm
clearance at either side
85 30
of the unit for use of 7 0
the lifting handles. 70
5
BOW (default)
47 or
80
327
Ensure a clear Allow 300mm STERN
150

150 line of sight to the clearance at the


access plate to
857 Display Screen in
manoeuvre internal
the access plate. assemblies in/out.

All dimensions in mm
NOT TO SCALE

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Installing the Cables
This section contains the following pages:

• Cable Specifications (page 16)

• UPS Specifications (page 17)

• CyScan Sensor Connections (page 18)

• Client and DP Feed Connections - Ethernet Client, Serial DP (page 19)

• Client and DP Feed Connections - Ethernet Client, Dual Serial DP (page 20)

• Client and DP Feed Connections - Serial Client, Serial DP (page 21)

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Cable Specifications
The CyScan system is usually supplied without the cables that are necessary to connect the sensor to the DP system and the Client Software computer(s). Guidance recommends that
flexible multicore cables are used in all applications. Cables should meet the requirements of IEC 60228 Class 2 or Class 5. Cables must be supplied and fitted by the installer to match the
particular requirements for each vessel. All cables should be properly secured.
The cable glands will fit cables from 7-13mm diameter.

Data cables should not be run across or next to power cables to avoid signal interference problems.

Use Description Guidance Marine Limited Part Numbers (40m lengths)


Serial Signal Wiring to DP
System 33-0122-3
Minimum 5-core shielded data
Serial Signal Wiring All cables should
cable. Olflex Classic 135 CH xG 0.5
to Client Software be external marine
Computer(s) standard including
UV and chemical
Ethernet Connection resistance, 500V
Standard CAT 5e screened cable
to Client Software 33-0124-3 rated voltage,
(maximum length 90m).
Computer(s) Diameter 7-13mm
and operate between
33-0121-3 -40°C to +80°C.
Power Cable 3 core cable.
Olflex Classic 400 CP 3G 1.0

x is number of cores including Ground with each core 0.5mm2 (minimum 5-core specifies 4 signal cores and 1 ground core).

Refer to the cable routing diagrams on page 44 to determine which cables you require.

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UPS Specifications
The main power supply to the CyScan sensor and the computer(s) running the CSI and
Dashboard must come directly from a UPS (Un-interruptible Power Supply), which will also
act as the power disconnection point.
The CyScan system comprises the following components and the UPS system used must
meet these minimum specifications:

CyScan Sensor Type 3 Marine Processor Power Adaptor


• The UPS must be Marine Type Approved • Voltage Range = 100-240V

• Output Power = 3W / 35 dBm • Frequency Range = 50-60Hz

• Voltage Range= 45W


Input Power • Peak Current draw = 1.8A RMS
• Peak Current draw
= 85-264 Vac
Hatteland Panel PC
• Nominal Current drawat 110V = 1.14A RMS
• Voltage Range = 115 & 230V
• Peak Current draw at 240V
at 110V = 0.68A RMS
• Frequency Range = 50-60Hz
• Nominal Current draw at 240V= 0.52A RMS
• Nominal Current draw at 115V = 0.52A RMS
• = 0.4A RMS
• Nominal Current draw at 230V = 0.26A RMS
Type 2 Marine Processor Power Adaptor
• Voltage Range = 100-240V

• Frequency Range = 50-60Hz

• Peak Current draw = 1.5A RMS


The CyScan UPS should be able to run on back-up power for at least the same duration as
that specified for the DP System UPS.
The power cable to the CyScan Sensor must be rated to withstand the maximum current
output of the UPS.

The specifications given above apply when the UPS is connected to a CyScan
system only.
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CyScan Sensor Connections

To Connect a Cable to the CyScan Sensor Cable ties


Power terminals on
connector board
1. Remove the 4 screws from the access plate and remove the plate from the sensor unit
to expose the connector board. (See CyScan Sensor Part Names on page 8).
2. Remove the screw head from the appropriate watertight cable gland. See CyScan Live
Sensor Part Names on page 8 to identify the correct cable gland.
3. Feed the cable through the screw head and gland.
4. Connect the cable to the correct socket/terminal on the sensor connector board. Earth
5. When all the connections have been made, replace the access plate and tighten all of Terminal block with cable cores
the cable glands to ensure a watertight seal. connected Neutral

Connecting the Power Cable


1. Having fed the cable through the watertight cable gland, use the key provided to open
the ferrite and pass the cable through the centre of the ferrite.
2. Close the ferrite securely and ensure it is firmly attached to the inside of the CyScan
casing to prevent excessive movement.
3. Strip 10mm of insulation from the end of each of the three cable cores.
4. Connect the 3 cores to the appropriate terminals as labelled on the terminal block
Watertight Ferrite
(see right).
cable gland and key
5. When you have connected the cores to the terminal block, use two cable ties to secure
the terminal block and cable together.
6. Plug the terminal block securely in to the socket on the connector board as shown on
the right.

Ferrite Key
To Connect Cables to
Power/Serial Plugs:
..Hook lever-tool into 
slot above
connector-hole in
plug.
33Whilst holding down  BOW/STERN switch
lever, insert cable see page 13 for details
end into connector-
hole.
$$Release and remove
the lever-tool.
Ferrite secured around cable Base of CyScan with the access plate removed to expose the connector board

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Client and DP Feed Connections - Ethernet Client, Serial DP
To connect an Ethernet Sensor with Ethernet to the Client and Serial to the DP Feed:
Connect Ethernet Port 0 to the Client Computer and Serial Port 1 to the DP system.
Configure the serial connections as shown below:

To Connect Cables to
Power/Serial Plugs:  1 RX-
RS422 Link
9600 baud
..Hook lever-tool into Serial 1 2 RX+
8 bits
slot above 3 TX-
connector-hole in 1 stop bit
4 TX+
plug. No parity
5 GND
 6 Test
33Whilst holding
down lever, insert DP 7 GND *+24V output on pin 8 of
cable end into Feed *
8 +24V both serial ports can be
used to power a 100mA data
connector-hole. converter, if required.
$$Release and remove
the lever-tool.

Mains Power
85–264V AC Fuses Power LED
45–65Hz 45W Power

Ferrite Bead Serial 1

VFD Screen

RS422 Link
†Contact Guidance Client Network Protocol:
Ethernet
to Vessel’s
Ethernet 1
Marine if DP System
alternative settings Default Ethernet Settings: †
are required. IP Address: 192.168.0.86
Subnet Mask: Stern
Serial 0
255.255.255.0
Ethernet Ethernet 0 Bow Service Connections
Link to
Client
Computer

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Client and DP Feed Connections - Ethernet Client, Dual Serial DP
To Connect an Ethernet Sensor with Ethernet to the Client and Serial to Two DP Systems:
Connect Ethernet Port 0 to the Client computer, Serial Port 0 to DP System 1 and Serial Port 1 to DP system 2.
Configure the serial connections as shown below:

To Connect Cables to
Power/Serial Plugs: RS422 Link
 1 RX- 1 RX-
..Hook lever-tool into Serial 1 2 RX+
9600 baud Serial 0 2 RX+
slot above 8 bits
3 TX- 1 stop bit 3 TX-
connector-hole in 4 TX+ No parity 4 TX+
plug. 5 GND 5 GND
 6 Test
33Whilst holding *+24V output on pin 8 6 Test
down lever, insert DP 7 GND
DP 7 GND
cable end into
Feed 2 8 +24V * of both serial ports can
be used to power a Feed 1 8 +24V *
connector-hole.
100mA data converter,
$$Release and remove if required.
the lever-tool.

Mains Power
85–264V AC Fuses Power LED
45–65Hz 45W Power

Ferrite Bead
Serial 1
RS422 VFD Screen
Link to DP
System 2

Client Network Protocol: Ethernet 1


Ethernet RS422
Link to DP
Default Ethernet Settings: † System 1 Serial 0
IP Address: 192.168.0.86 Stern
Subnet Mask:
255.255.255.0 Ethernet Ethernet 0 Bow Service Connections
Link to
Client
Computer

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Client and DP Feed Connections - Serial Client, Serial DP
Serial 1
To Connect a Serial Sensor with Serial to the Client and Serial to the DP Feed: RS422 Link 1 RX-
Connect Serial Port 0 to the Client computer and Serial Port 1 to the DP system. 9600 baud 2 RX+
Configure the serial connections as shown below: 8 bits 3 TX-
1 stop bit 4 TX+
No parity 5 GND
6 Test
*+24V output on pin 8 of both serial ports can be DP 7 GND
used to power a 100mA data converter, if required. Feed 8 +24V *
To Connect Cables to
Power/Serial Plugs:  Mains Power
..Hook lever-tool into 85–264V AC
slot above Fuses Power LED
connector-hole in 45–65Hz 45W Power

plug. Ferrite Bead


 Serial 1
33Whilst holding VFD Screen
down lever, insert
cable end into
connector-hole. RS422 Link
to Vessel’s
$$Release and remove DP System Ethernet 1
the lever-tool.

Serial 0
Stern

Ethernet 0 Bow Service Connections


RS422 Link
to Client
Computer

RS422 Link RS422 Link RS422 Link


38400 baud 38400 baud 38400 baud
8 bits 1 RX- 8 bits 1 RX- 8 bits 1 RX-
1 stop bit 2 RX+ 1 stop bit 2 RX+ 1 stop 2 RX+
No parity 3 TX- No parity 3 TX- bit 3 TX-
4 TX+ 4 TX+ No 4 TX+
5 GND 5 GND parity 5 GND
6 Test 6 Test 6 Test
1 2 3 4 5 7 GND 1 2 3 4 5 7 GND 1 2 3 4 5 7 GND
6 7 8 9 8 +24V * 6 7 8 9
8 +24V * 6 7 8 9 8 +24V *
Type 2 Marine CyScan Type 3 Marine CyScan Hatteland CyScan
Processor Serial 0 Processor Serial 0 Panel PC Serial 0
COM6 COM1..COM4 COM2

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Installing the Control PC
Before setting up the CyScan client computer(s), refer to the relevant installation sheet(s) for
dimensions and connections information:

For a Type 2 Marine Processor in a newly-installed system:

• 94-0293-4 Type 2 Marine Processor and Display Installation Sheet


For a Type 2 Marine Processor as a replacement for a Marine PC:

• 94-0298-4 Type 2 Marine Processor Installation Sheet - Marine PC Replacement


For a Type 3 Marine Processor:

• 94-0465-4 Type 3 Marine Processor and Display Installation Sheet


For a Hatteland Panel PC:

• 94-0466-4 Hatteland Panel PC Installation Sheet


The following pages explain how to install the client software:

• Installing CyScan Client Software onto a Type 2 or 3 Marine Processor (page 23)

• Installing CyScan Client Software onto other Types of Computer (page 24)

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Installing CyScan Client Software onto a Type 2 or 3 Marine Processor
This section explains how to install the CyScan client software onto a Type 2 or 3 Marine
Processor. If this Marine Processor has been supplied by Guidance Marine, it will have
been shipped with the client software already installed. However, it may be necessary to
upgrade the software with a newer version. If so, first uninstall the existing software in the
usual way, following on-screen prompts.

To Install the CyScan Client Software !Note: The CyScan


Service Interface should
only be installed onto one
1. Locate the files CyScanDashboardSetup.exe and CyScanServiceInterfaceSetup.exe computer in the system. The
on the USB memory stick on which they were supplied. Dashboard may be installed
2. Double-click on the CyScanDashboardSetup.exe file. onto multiple computers.
The Welcome screen is displayed.
3. Click on the Install button.
4. When prompted, click on the Restart button.
The Welcome screen is displayed.
5. If required, change any of the settings from the default values shown (see below).
6. Click on the OK button
7. When prompted, click on the Restart button.
The installation process for the Dashboard is complete following the restart.
8. Click on the Close button on the CyScan Dashboard Setup window.
9. Repeat steps 2..8 for CyScanServiceInterfaceSetup.exe.

Configuration Settings
When installing the CyScan Dashboard, adjust the following settings or allow to default:
Communications Parameters
For an Ethernet CyScan System, ensure that Ethernet is selected and the sensor’s IP address
is shown alongside.
For a Serial CyScan system, ensure that Serial is selected and the COM port of your computer
connected to the sensor is shown alongside.
In order to run the Dashboard with an Emulator application on the same computer, ensure that
Emulator is selected.
Display
If the Enable Dashboard On-Screen Keyboard box is ticked, the OSK will pop up when you
focus on a text or numerical entry field (typically used on a system without a keyboard).
Logging
The Minimum Free Disk Space (MB) field defines an approximate amount of disk space that
the Dashboard will leave free when writing log files.

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Installing CyScan Client Software onto other Types of Computer
This section explains how to install the CyScan client software onto a computer running
Windows 7 that does not have a File-Based Write Filter. This PC should have the following
installed:

• Full .NET Framework 4.0 or later

• Visual C++ 2012 Redistributable (x86)


If you are upgrading to newer versions of the CyScan client software, first uninstall the
existing versions in the usual way, following on-screen prompts.

To Install the CyScan Client Software


!Note: The CyScan
Service Interface should
only be installed onto one
1. Locate the files CyScanDashboardSetup.exe and CyScanServiceInterfaceSetup.exe computer in the system. The
on the USB memory stick on which they were supplied. Dashboard may be installed
2. Double-click on the CyScanDashboardSetup.exe file. onto multiple computers.
The Welcome screen is displayed.
3. Click on the Install button.
4. If required, change any of the settings from the default values shown (see previous page).
5. Click on the OK button
6. Click on the Close button on the CyScan Dashboard Setup window.
7. Repeat steps 2..6 for CyScanServiceInterfaceSetup.exe.

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Configuring the CyScan System
This section contains the following pages:

• Using the CyScan Service Interface (page 26)

• Network Communication Settings (page 27)

• Vessel Calibration (page 28)

• Static Blanking Zones (page 30)

• DP Feed Configuration (page 31)

• System Parameters (page 33)

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Using the CyScan Service Interface
The CyScan Service Interface is a tool for configuring the CyScan system.
!Note: The CyScan Service Interface and CyScan Dashboard should not be run at the
same time. This can lead to communications problems with one or both applications.
To open the CyScan Service Interface
1. Ensure that the sensor is powered on and connected to the control computer. The Status Tab
The Status tab gives an overview of the operational state of the system; it contains the
2. Double-click on the CSI icon:
following fields and control buttons:
Connected State – Whether the CSI is “Connected” to the sensor or “Disconnected”.
(Alternatively, run from the Start menu:
Sensor State - “Running” or “Suspended” when the CSI is connected; “Unknown” when
Start > All Programs > Guidance Marine Ltd > CyScan > CyScan Service Interface). not connected.
Suspend / Resume button – Allows the sensor to be suspended when running or
resumed when suspended; enabled only when the CSI is In Command. Displays “---“ when
disconnected.
Sensor Type – “Standard” or “Kongsberg” if the CSI is connected to a physical sensor,
“Emulator” if connected to the CyScan Emulator application or “Unknown” if not yet
connected.
Tracking State – “Not Tracking”, “Starting Tracking” or “Tracking”.
#Tracked Targets – How many targets are being tracked, including any that are rejected
due to filtering or obscured. Displays “N/A” when tracking is not in progress.
Last Time Feedback Received – In hh:mm:ss format; updated once per second when
the CSI is In Command mode and once every 3-4 seconds in Monitoring mode. Displays
“Unknown” when the CSI is not connected.
Get Service History – Enabled when tracking is not in progress. When clicked, a Browse
Screen Layout of the CSI For Folder window allows you to choose a storage location. Clicking OK then causes the
service history information to be written to an .xml file in the chosen location. The file, named
The upper part of the CSI window contains fields relating to communications, as follows:
ServiceHistory_<sensor serial number>.xml, can then be sent to Guidance Marine for
Take Command / Relinquish Command – On an Ethernet system, this button allows the analysis as necessary.
user to toggle the command mode of the CSI between In Command and Monitoring. On a
Reboot Sensor – Enabled only when the CSI is in command mode and tracking is not in
Serial system, the button displays “Serial Connection” and is disabled.
progress.
Connect – Replaces the Take Command / Relinquish Command button when the CSI is
disconnected from the sensor, allowing re-connection.
In Command Indicator – This red block symbol is visible when the CSI is In Command
mode.
Status Display – Indicates the current status of the system, e.g. “System Running
Normally” or “System Suspended”.
Activity Wheel – A green rotating animation when the CSI is connected to the sensor; red
and stationary when disconnected and/or there is an error condition.
The remainder of the CSI screen is occupied by one of several tab areas.
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Network Communication Settings
The Network Config tab of the CSI is used to view and amend the CSI’s definition of its To Modify the Sensor’s Communications Settings
communications link with the sensor, and to reconfigure the sensor’s own communications 1. Contact Guidance Marine and obtain a new sensor network configuration file (connect.ini).
settings (e.g. from Serial to Ethernet mode).
2. Click on the Take Command button if the CSI is not already In Command mode.
To Modify the CSI’s Communications Settings 3. Click on Browse.
1. Click on the Network Config tab of the CSI. 4. Locate the connect.ini file within the Select a sensor network configuration file window
2. Click on the Disconnect button if the CSI is connected to the sensor. and click on Open.
3. Click on the Edit button. 5. Click on Send to Sensor.
4. Alter the settings as required. 6. You will now be prompted to reboot the sensor so that the new configuration can be
applied. Click on Yes in the File Sent Successfully window.
5. Click on Apply to save the changes or on Cancel to discard.
7. Modify the CSI’s and Dashboard’s communications settings if necessary to match the new
sensor settings (see left side of page).
8. Leaving at least 30 seconds after step 6, click on the Connect button.

To Modify the Dashboard’s Communications Settings


The Dashboard’s communications settings are established during installation. In order to
modify them:
1. Uninstall the Dashboard.
2. Install the Dashboard and amend the settings when they are presented.
See page 23 and page 24 for details about uninstalling and installing the Dashboard.

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Vessel Calibration
The Vessel tab allows you to define the dimensions of the vessel outline on the BEV, the name Sensor Mounting
of the vessel and other items as follows: The Vessel tab also indicates the position of the Bow/Stern switch behind the sensor’s access
• Vessel Length: The distance from the bow to the stern of the vessel, in metres.
Vessel Name: The name of your ship (not currently displayed on the Dashboard). plate, and infers from this the direction in which the sensor has been mounted on the vessel.

• Vessel Breadth: The width or beam of the vessel in metres. In the illustration below, the switch is in the Bow position and the red dot and pointer represent

• Bow Offset: Distance from the centre of the CyScan sensor to the vessel’s bow, in
the sensor with its access plate facing the vessel bow.

• metres.
• Starboard Offset: Distance from the centre of the CyScan sensor to the vessel’s starboard
side, in metres.

• Bearing Offset: This should be 0° if the CyScan sensor is mounted exactly parallel to
the vessel’s centre-line running from bow to stern. If the sensor is at a slight angle to the
centre-line, enter a positive or negative Bearing Offset to compensate for this (see Bearing
Offset on page 29). This value is limited to ±5° and a warning message is displayed if it is
set outside the recommended range of ±2.5°.

• Display Vessel Orientation: The default direction of the vessel bow as displayed on the
Bird’s Eye View of the Dashboard. Changing this setting rotates the whole BEV but does
not affect the data sent to the DP system. Note that this setting can be overridden for the
current Dashboard session via Advanced > Display Options > Vessel Orientation, but the
BEV reverts to the default orientation when the Dashboard is closed and re-opened.

Modifying Vessel Calibration


In order to amend any of the above parameters:
1. Click on the Take Command button if the CSI is not already In Command mode.
2. On the Vessel tab, Click on the Edit button.
3. Amend the Vessel Calibration as required.
4. Click on Apply to save the changes or on Cancel to discard.

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Vessel Calibration (Continued)

Bearing Offset Reset, Import and Export of Vessel Calibration


The CyScan Sensor should be aligned as closely as possible with the vessel’s centre-line, so The Vessel Calibration can be reset to factory defaults, imported from an XML or CTF file or
the Bearing Offset should only need to be a few degrees at most. exported to an XML file.
(see Where to Mount the Sensor on page 13).
To Reset to Factory Defaults:
Sensor pointing to Port. Sensor pointing to Starboard.
Enter a positive Enter a negative 1. Ensure that no target tracking is in progress.
Bearing Offset Angle. Bearing Offset Angle. 2. Click on the Take Command button if the CSI is not already In Command mode.
+ - 3. On the Vessel tab, click on the Defaults button.

To Import Vessel Calibration from a File:


1. Ensure that no target tracking is in progress.
2. Click on the Take Command button if the CSI is not already In Command mode.
3. On the Vessel tab, click on the Import button.
4. Browse to locate the required .xml or .ctf file in the Specify a calibration file window.
5. Click on the Open button.

To Export Vessel Calibration to a File:


Bow and Starboard Offsets 1. Ensure that no target tracking is in progress.
The Bow Offset is the distance from the sensor to the vessel’s bow. 2. Click on the Take Command button if the CSI is not already In Command mode.
The Starboard Offset is the distance from the sensor to the starboard edge of the vessel. 3. On the Vessel tab, click on the Export button.
4. Specify a destination and file name in the Specify a calibration file window.
Bow Offset 5. Click on the Save button.

Starboard Offset

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Static Blanking Zones
Blanking Zones are used to mask segments of the scan rotation that are obscured by the
vessel’s superstructure. While the scanner passes through a blanking zone, the laser is
switched off to prevent unwanted reflections from interfering with the target data.
Two types of blanking zone can be configured on a CyScan system:

• Dynamic Blanking Zone – This is a single sector that can be amended in the
Dashboard when the system is running, even during target tracking. See the Blanking
Zone section of the CyScan Operator’s Guide for further information.

• Static Blanking Zones – Up to four additional blanking zones may also be configured.
This is done using the CyScan Service Interface and the static blanking zones cannot be
amended via the Dashboard.

Viewing the Static Blanking Zones


The Blanking tab of the CSI displays each of the configured zones and their Start and Stop
angles in degrees. In order to distinguish one zone from another, clicking on a Show Zone n
button will cause the corresponding zone to be displayed in a different colour, along with the
button itself.

Modifying the Static Blanking Zones


1. Ensure that no target tracking is in progress.
2. Click on the Take Command button if the CSI is not already In Command mode.
3. On the Blanking tab, click on the Edit button.
4. Amend the blanking zone Start and Stop fields as necessary (if you wish to delete a zone,
set Start and Stop to the same value).
5. Click on Apply to save the changes or on Cancel to discard.
6. Suspend and resume the sensor in order for the changes to fully take effect.

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DP Feed Configuration
The CyScan system provides positional data messages to your vessel’s DP (Dynamic
Positioning) system and the format and behaviour of this output stream needs to meet the
requirements of the DP system.
The current DP configuration settings are displayed on the DP Config tab of the CSI, along
with the most recent message emitted. See DP Message Types (page 38) for details of each
available message format and DP Feed Behaviour (page 32) for the function of the Keep
Feed Enabled and Allow Zero Strings tick-boxes.

Modifying the DP Configuration


1. Ensure that no target tracking is in progress.
2. Click on the Take Command button if the CSI is not already In Command mode.
3. On the DP Config tab, click on the Edit button.
4. Amend the settings as required.
5. Click on Apply to save the changes or on Cancel to discard.

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DP Feed Configuration (Continued)
DP Feed Behaviour for Multi-Target Tracking:
The DP Feed Behaviour options are two tick-boxes on the DP Config tab of the CSI:: Keep
Allow Zero
Feed Output if Target is Lost
Keep Feed Enabled Strings
Enabled
Allow Zero Strings   Flag indicates stale data; data is stale indefinitely
These determine what data is sent to the DP system if a target is lost.   Flag indicates stale data; data is stale indefinitely
  Flag indicates stale data; data is stale indefinitely
  Flag indicates stale data; data is stale indefinitely
The DP Feed Behaviour settings must be set correctly for the vessel’s DP system.
Incorrect settings can cause serious problems. Refer to the vessel’s DP system The following behaviour applies when no target tracking is in progress:
supplier for the precise configuration. For a DP Feed format that does not contain status flags:
Keep Feed Allow Zero
The following behaviour applies while target tracking: Output if Target is Lost
Enabled Strings
For a DP Feed format that does not contain status flags:   Null data (gaps in data string)
Keep Feed Allow Zero   Null data (gaps in data string)
Output if Target is Lost
Enabled Strings
  Zero data (coordinates are set to zero)
  Null data (gaps in data string)
  Null data (gaps in data string)
  Null data (gaps in data string)
  Stale Data (with zeroed ID field if applicable) For a DP Feed format that does contain status flags:
  Stale Data (with zeroed ID field if applicable) Keep Feed Allow Zero
Output if Target is Lost
Enabled Strings
For a DP Feed format that does contain status flags,
  Null data (gaps in data string)
for Single-Target Tracking:
  Zero data (flag indicates void data)
Keep Feed Allow Zero
Output if Target is Lost   Zero data (flag indicates void data)
Enabled Strings
  Flag indicates stale data; data is stale for 10sec then zero   Null data (gaps in data string)
  Flag indicates stale data; data is stale for 10sec then zero
  Flag indicates stale data; data is stale for 10sec then zero
  Flag indicates stale data; data is stale for 10sec then zero

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System Parameters
When the CSI is in command mode, the Parameters tab displays a large number of settings
and variables which define how the system behaves and describe its current state. They are
arranged in groups (General, Core, Estimates, etc) and some of the parameters can be edited
from the CSI. When in monitoring mode, a restricted group of parameters can be viewed but
not edited.

To Edit System Parameters


1. Ensure that no target tracking is in progress.
2. Click on the Take Command button if the CSI is not already In Command mode.
3. On the Parameters tab, click on the Edit button.
4. Change parameter values as necessary.
Note the colour coding of the Value field:
Green - An editable parameter that has not been changed
Yellow- Changed to a valid value
Red – Changed to an invalid value
Grey – Parameter cannot be edited
5. Click on Apply to save and effect the changes or on Cancel to discard.

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System Parameters (Continued)
To Edit System Parameters
The System Parameters can be reset to factory defaults, imported from an XML or PTF file or
exported to an XML file.

To Reset to Factory Defaults:


1. Ensure that no target tracking is in progress.
2. Click on the Take Command button if the CSI is not already In Command mode.
3. On the Parameters tab, click on the Defaults button.

To Import System Parameters from a File:


1. Ensure that no target tracking is in progress.
2. Click on the Take Command button if the CSI is not already In Command mode.
3. On the Parameters tab, click on the Import button.
4. Browse to locate the required .xml or .ptf file in the Specify a parameter file window.
5. Click on the Open button.

To Export System Parameters to a File:


1. Ensure that no target tracking is in progress.
2. Click on the Take Command button if the CSI is not already In Command mode.
3. On the Parameters tab, click on the Export button.
4. Specify a destination and file name in the Specify a parameter file window.
5. Click on the Save button.

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Additional Information
This section contains the following pages:

• Target Types (page 36)

• Positioning and Mounting Targets (page 37)

• DP Message Types (page 38)

• Part Numbers (page 42)

• CyScan MkIV Installation Checklist (page 43)

• Cable Routing Diagrams (page 44)

• Sensor Information Display - Error Messages (page 50)

• Upgrading the Sensor Software Via the Remote Installer (page 52)

• Upgrading the Sensor Software Directly (page 53)

• Remote Diagnostics (page 54)

• The Kongsberg Maritime CyScan Sensor (page 55)

• Index (page 59)

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Target Types
CyScan can operate successfully with flat, cylindrical or prism targets. These can be bought
online from www.marine.direct.

Flat Targets Cylindrical Targets Prism Targets


Flat targets are generally attached to rigid structures Cylindrical targets can be used up to Prism clusters with multiple 6cm elements
such as metal stanchions using steel bands. approximately 300 metres. They can be hung for extended range operations. Variable
2 metre tall flat targets can typically be seen at up to 400 over the side of the structure/vessel and secured configurations allow for optimisation of the
metres in ideal conditions. Shorter 1 metre tall flat targets at either end. visible reflection, visible reflection level or
are visible at up to 250 metres when viewed straight on. Part number: 20-0078-0-B reflected power. A fixed layout rugged version
(1.9m cylindrical reflector) includes a robust housing, brightly-coloured for
Part number: 20-0031-0 easy identification.
(2m x 350mm flat reflector including stainless steel
bands) Part number: (see Part Numbers on page
42).

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Positioning and Mounting Targets

Target Installation
Key to the operation of the CyScan system is the correct installation of targets. Please follow
the guidelines given below when installing targets on the structure/vessel.
VI
ANEWAB
45 o
Once the targets are installed, their relative positions can be automatically surveyed by the
system. GLE LE 45 o
Installation Tips 0 VI
ANEWAB
• Targets should be placed in positions where the sensor can see them while the vessel is
within the expected working area. Consider vertical position as well as horizontal.
GLE LE

• Flat targets should not be placed too far along the structure/vessel from the expected
working area as this can reduce the viewing angle for close operations.

• The sensor beam should not strike a flat target at an angle of more than 45 degrees to
the target surface.

• Cylindrical targets can be viewed from any angle equally well.


Optimum Spacing for Multiple Targets
• Targets

should be positioned with unequal spacing between them – this helps the
system to distinguish between specific targets. For example, with a typical mooring
distance of 40-80m using three targets, suitable spacing between the targets would be
 Targets are asymmetrically spaced,
thus making it easier for the CyScan
10m and 20m – giving a total spread of 30m. system to assess which reflection

• Targets should be placed no closer than 5m together. Ideally they should be placed 10m
or more apart.
corresponds to a particular target.

û û Targets are too close together


and have even spacing. This makes it
more difficult for the CyScan system to
differentiate them.

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DP Message Types

NMEA0183R Format NMEA0183P Format


A 42-character string: A 42 character string:
$RLS,±AAA.AA,±BBB.BB,S1,XXX.XXX,S2,HHHH*CC<CR><LF> $RLS,±AAA.AA,±BBB.BB,S1,XXX.XXX,S2,HHHH*CC<CR><LF>
Where: Where:

• $RLS message header • $RLS message header

• AAA.AA resolved raw position in A axis [metres] • AAA.AA resolved primary position in A axis [metres]

• BBB.BB resolved raw position in B axis [metres] • BBB.BB resolved primary position in B axis [metres]

• SXXX.XXX
status of position data in A and B axis, A - available; V - void • SXXX.XXX
status of position data in A and B axis, A - available; V - void

• S status ofresolved • S status ofresolved


1 1

bearing of vessel with respect to A axis [degrees] bearing of vessel with respect to A axis [degrees]

• HHHH statusbearing data, A - available; V - void • HHHH statusbearing data, A - available; V - void

• separate specifications • separate specifications


2 2

word in hexadecimal. Up to 16 bits defined by Guidance Marine in a word in hexadecimal. Up to 16 bits defined by Guidance Marine in a
document document.

• CC computed checksum in hex • CC computed checksum in hex

• <CR> Carriage return (ASCII 0D hex) • <CR> Carriage return (ASCII 0D hex)

• <LF> Line feed (ASCII 0A hex) • <LF> Line feed (ASCII 0A hex)
When the targets are installed on a fixed platform and their co-ordinates are
entered in Northings and Eastings, AAA.AA and BBB.BB will also be in Northings
and Eastings and XXX.XXX will be true vessel heading.

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DP Message Types (Continued)

ASCII17 Format Nautronix Standard †


A 17 character string delimited only by <CR> and <LF> with bearing measured bow clockwise. A 14 character string delimited only by <CR> and <LF> with bearing measured bow clockwise.
Character Index Description Format Character Index Description Format
0-5 Range (metres x 10) nnnnnn 0-1 ID nn
6 Space (0x20h) X 2-6 Bearing (degrees x 100) nnnnn
7-12 Bearing (degrees x 1000) nnnnnn 7-11 Range (m x 10) nnnnn
13 Space (0x20h) X 12 carriage return (0x0Dh) X
14 Status Flag (0 = invalid, 1 = valid) N 13 line feed (0x0Ah) X
15 carriage return (0x0Dh) X
16 line feed (0x0Ah) X Artemis Mk IV †
A 17 character string delimited only by <CR> and <LF> with bearing measured bow clockwise.
MDL Standard † Character Index Description Format
A 19 character string delimited only by <CR> and <LF> with bearing measured bow clockwise. 0-5 Range (metres x 10) nnnnnn
Character Index Description Format 6 Space (0x20h) X
0-1 ID nn 7-12 Bearing (degrees x 1000) nnnnnn
2 Space (0x20h) X 13 Space (0x20h) X
3-9 Range (m) nnnn.nn 14 ID (always 1) N
10 Space (0x20h) X 15 carriage return (0x0Dh) X
11-16 Bearing (degrees) nnn.nn 16 line feed (0x0Ah) X
17 carriage return (0x0Dh) X
18 line feed (0x0Ah) X Kongsberg Standard
A 9 character string in BCD format.

MDL Multi-Target Character Index Description Format
A 22 character string delimited only by <CR> and <LF> with bearing measured bow clockwise. 0-2 Bearing (degrees x 100) in BCD ddd
Character Index Description Format 3-5 Range (metres x 10) in BCD ddd
0-1 ID nn 6 Zero (0x00h) X
2 Space (0x20h) X 7 Zero (0x00h) X
3-9 Range (m) nnnn.nn 8 Delimiter (0xFFh) X
10 Space (0x20h) X
11-16 Bearing (degrees) nnn.nn
17 Space (0x20h) X
† When multi-target tracking, multiple messages are emitted per rotor revolution: one for each
18-19 NMEA style checksum in hex CC target in the tracking group.
20 carriage return (0x0Dh) X
21 line feed (0x0Ah) X
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DP Message Types (Continued)

MT Custom DP String
The MT Custom DP String adopts NMEA0183 conventions with a minimum length of 63 and maximum length of 80 characters. When multi-target tracking, multiple
messages are emitted per rotor revolution: one for each target in the tracking group.
$PGNMT,T,HH˽MM˽SS.SSS,[NNNN]N,E,[IIII]I,S,[RRR]R.RR,ZR.ZRZR,[BB]B.BB,ZB.ZBZB,[Q]Q,[AAA]A,XXXX*CC<CR><LF>
Where:

• $PGNMT Proprietary header 6 chars

• THH_MM_SS.SSS
† The ‘age’ is the accumulated time in milliseconds from the
Type field for CyScan [C] 1 char
moment the measurement was made until the moment the
• [NNNN]N Real-time clock time at message transmission to DP 12 chars message string is constructed, prior to being transmitted
• E 16-bit revolution counter in decimal 1–5 chars to the DP system. It effectively gauges the lag through the

• [IIII]I
system, which may not be constant. Having a value for the
Sequence identifier 1 char lag allows for subsequent correction of the measurement.
• S CyScan Responder ID [1-5] or RadaScan 16 bit Responder ID 1–5 chars

• [RRR]R.RR Status [V]oid or [N]avigating 1 char

• Z .Z Z Range in metres 4–7 chars

• [BB]B.BB
R R R Range standard deviation in metres 4 chars

• Z .Z Z Bearing in degrees (clockwise from bow) 4–6 chars

• [Q]Q
B B B Bearing standard deviation in degrees 4 chars

• [AAA]A† Target brightness [%] 1–2 chars

• XXXX Age of measurement in ms 1–4 chars

• * Reserved – 16 bit flags in hex 4 chars

• CC Delimiter 1 char

• <CR><LF> Checksum 2 chars

• Carriage return and line feed 2 chars

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DP Message Types (Continued)

Rolls-Royce Custom DP String


The Rolls-Royce Custom DP String adopts NMEA0183 conventions with a minimum length of of 82 characters. When multi-target tracking, multiple messages are emitted per rotor
revolution: one for each target in the tracking group.
$PGNRR,T,YYYY MM DD,HH MM SS.SSS,…N,…I,S,…R.RR,ZR.ZRZR,…B.BB,ZB.ZBZB,…Q,±…r.r,±…p.p,…A,XXXX*CC<CR><LF>
Where:

• $PGNRR Proprietary header 6 chars

• TYYYY
† The ‘age’ is the accumulated time in milliseconds from the
Type field for CyScan [C] 1 char
moment the measurement was made until the moment the
• HH MMMMSS.SSS
DD Real-time clock date at message transmission to DP 10 chars message string is constructed, prior to being transmitted
• [NNNN]N Real-time clock time at message transmission to DP 12 chars to the DP system. It effectively gauges the lag through the

• [IIII]I
system, which may not be constant. Having a value for the
16-bit revolution counter in decimal 1–5 chars lag allows for subsequent correction of the measurement.
• S CyScan Responder id [1-5] or RadaScan 16 bit Responder ID 1–5 chars

• [RRR]R.RR Status [V]oid or [N]avigating 1 char

• Z .Z Z Range in metres 4–7 chars

• [BB]B.BB
R R R Range standard deviation in metres 4 chars

• Z .Z Z Bearing in degrees (clockwise from bow) 4–6 chars

• [Q]Q
B B B Bearing standard deviation in degrees 4 chars

• ±[r]r.r Target brightness [%] 1–2 chars

• ±[p]p.p Sensor roll in degrees at time of measurement 4–5 chars

• [AAA]A† Sensor pitch in degrees at time of measurement 4–5 chars

• XXXX Age of measurement in ms at transmission time 1–4 chars

• * Reserved – 16 bit flags in hex 4 chars

• CC Delimiter 1 chars

• <CR><LF> Checksum 2 chars

• Carriage return and line feed 2 chars

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Part Numbers

Standard Components Reflective Targets (Optional)


Component Part Number Component Part Number
Mounting Template 94-0062-4 Flat 2m x 350cm 20-0031-0
Operator’s Guide 94-0353-4 Cylindrical 1.9m Ø 200mm 20-0078-0
Installer’s Guide 94-0363-4 Prism cluster, 8-way flexible 20-0075-1
DC4 Silicone Compound 98-0025-4 Prism cluster, 8-way fixed 20-0134-1
Dispenser Needle (for DC4) 98-0026-4 Prism cluster, 4-way flexible 20-0140-1
Dispensing Syringe (for DC4) 98-0024-4 Prism cluster, 6-way fixed 20-0160-1
Rugged prism cluster, 8-way 20-0197-2

Optional Components
Component Part Number
Type 2 Marine Processor 20-0155-0
Monitor, Bracket & Cables Various
Keyboard 38-0038-4
Mouse 38-0037-4
Power Cable (40m) 33-0121-3
Data Cable (40m) 33-0122-3
Ethernet Cable (40m) 33-0124-3
Ethernet Connector Plug 80-0091-4

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CyScan MkIV Installation Checklist

Vessel name: .......................................................................... CyScan unit s/n: ..................................................................................... Computer s/n: ..........................................................

Check Requirement Checked Notes/record setting Check Requirement Checked Notes/record setting
(Initial) (Initial)
Mechanical Sensor Details / Vessel Calibration
Sensor Line of sight to expected target positions DP string as required by DP supplier Supplier:
Required space around the sensor DP feed Behaviour: Zero strings? Keep DP feed?
All external connections secure and waterproofed Vessel name
Display visible Length
Front plate correctly sealed and tightened Breadth
Interface box correctly sealed and tightened (if fitted) Bow offset
Sensor correctly secured to mounting Starboard offset
Client(s) Correctly located and fastened Bearing offset
Cables correctly installed and fastened Sensor Serial number correct
Correctly installed, routed to avoid power cabling Function and Acceptance
Cables Cables fastened correctly System operation confirmed with 1 or 2 targets
Cables have service loops CyScan system enabled in the DP system and
operational to the satisfaction of the Captain
Electrical
Ship’s crew introduced to the basic operation of
Sensor Bow stern switch correctly set
the system and the Operators Guide.
Supplied by UPS (85 -264VAC 47-63Hz)
Crew made aware of operational cleanliness of the
DP feed correctly wired sensor window and the targets.
Client(s) correctly wired
Client(s) Supplied by UPS (85 -264VAC 47-63Hz)
Client(s) correctly wired Installation checked and approved by:

Cables Serial - capable of 38400 baud


Ethernet – capable of 10Mbit/sec Printed:................................................... Signature ............................................
System System powers up and powers down correctly Date:.........................

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Cable Routing Diagrams
Ethernet Client, Serial DP

DP Instrument Room Bridge Mast Link Cable


CyScan Client
See page 49 for processor and monitor options
DP Feed
Power
CyScan
Monitor

CyScan
Sensor
Monitor Cable

CyScan Client Computer

Power
Adaptor
Marine Processor
16A Power Cable
Monitor Power Cable

Note: The Ethernet cable connecting


the CyScan Sensor to the Type 2 Marine
DP System UPS Processor should not exceed 90 metres
Emergency Breaker Box Ethernet in length.

5A Ethernet Cable Please contact Guidance Marine if longer


P/N 33-0124-3 (40m) distances are required.

5A
DP System Sensor Power
Interface Cabinet Power Cable
P/N 33-0121-3 (40m)

RS-422 Data
Data Cable
P/N 33-0122-3 (40m)

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Cable Routing Diagrams
Ethernet Client, Serial DP, Separate Connection Box

DP Instrument Room Bridge Mast Link Cable


See page 49 for processor and monitor options CyScan Client
DP Feed
Power
CyScan
Monitor

CyScan
Sensor
Monitor Cable

CyScan Client Computer

Power
Adaptor
Marine Proces-
sor Power Cable Connection
16A Monitor Power Cable Box

Note: The Ethernet cable connecting


the CyScan Sensor to the Type 2 Marine
DP System UPS Processor should not exceed 90 metres
Emergency Breaker Box Ethernet in length.
5A Ethernet Cable Please contact Guidance Marine if longer
P/N 33-0124-3 (40m) distances are required.

5A
DP System Sensor Power
Interface Cabinet Power Cable
P/N 33-0121-3 (40m)

RS-422 Data
Data Cable
P/N 33-0122-3 (40m)

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Cable Routing Diagrams (Continued)
Ethernet Client, Dual Serial DP

DP Instrument Room Bridge Mast Link Cable


See page 49 for processor and monitor options CyScan Client
DP Feed
Power
CyScan
Monitor

CyScan
Sensor
Monitor Cable

CyScan Client Computer

Power
Adaptor
Marine Processor
16A Power Cable
Monitor Power Cable

Note: The Ethernet cable connecting


DP System UPS the CyScan Sensor to the Type 2 Marine
Emergency Breaker Box Processor should not exceed 90 metres
5A Ethernet in length.
Ethernet Cable Please contact Guidance Marine if longer
P/N 33-0124-3 (40m) distances are required.

5A
Sensor Power
DP System 1 Power Cable
P/N 33-0121-3 (40m)
Interface Cabinet
RS-422 Data
Data Cable
P/N 33-0122-3 (40m)
DP System 2
Interface Cabinet
RS-422 Data
Data Cable
P/N 33-0122-3 (40m)

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Cable Routing Diagrams (Continued)
Serial Client, Serial DP

DP Instrument Room Bridge Mast Link Cable


See page 49 for processor and monitor options CyScan Client
DP Feed
CyScan Power
Monitor

CyScan
Sensor
Monitor Cable

CyScan Client Computer

Power
Adaptor
Marine Processor
Power Cable

16A
Monitor Power Cable RS-422 Data
Data Cable
P/N 33-0122-3 (40m)

DP System UPS
Emergency Breaker Box
5A

Note: The serial port for client communications


on the Type 2 Marine Processor is COM6
DP System 5A

Interface Cabinet Sensor Power


Power Cable
P/N 33-0121-3 (40m)

RS-422 Data
Data Cable
P/N 33-0122-3 (40m)

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Cable Routing Diagrams (Continued)
Serial Client, Serial DP, Separate Connection Box

DP Instrument Room Bridge Mast Link Cable


See page 49 for processor and monitor options CyScan Client
DP Feed
CyScan Power
Monitor

CyScan
Sensor
Monitor Cable

CyScan Client Computer

Power
Connection
Marine Processor
Adaptor Box
Power Cable

16A
Monitor Power Cable RS-422 Data
Data Cable
P/N 33-0122-3 (40m)

DP System UPS
Emergency Breaker Box
5A

Note: The serial port for client


communications on the Type 2 Marine
DP System 5A Processor is COM6
Interface Cabinet Sensor Power
Power Cable
P/N 33-0121-3 (40m)

RS-422 Data
Data Cable
P/N 33-0122-3 (40m)

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Cable Routing Diagrams (Continued)
Alternative Processor and Monitor Options

Any of the following configurations may be used (see pages 44-48)

Hatteland Hatteland
CyScan
Touchscreen Panel PC
Monitor
Monitor

Monitor Cable Monitor Cable

Type 2 Marine Processor Type 2 Marine Processor Power Cable

Power Power
Adaptor Adaptor
Marine Processor Marine Processor
Power Cable Power Cable
Monitor Power Cable Monitor Power Cable

Processor: Type 2 Marine Processor Processor: Type 2 Marine Processor Processor and Monitor: Hatteland
(Part Number 20-0155-0) or (Part Number 20-0155-0) or Panel PC (Integrated PC and Touchscreen
Type 3 Marine Processor Type 3 Marine Processor Monitor, Part Number 20-0182-1)
(Part Number 20-0220-4) (Part Number 20-0220-4)
Optional brackets: Hatteland Mounting
Monitor: KME 15” Desktop Monitor Monitor: Hatteland Marine Touchscreen Bracket (Part Number 24-0259-4)
(Part Number 20-0115-1) Monitor (Part Number 20-0211-4) Hatteland VESA Bracket for Wall or Ceiling
(Part Number 24-0258-4)
Note: In the first two configurations, a Type 3 Optional brackets: Hatteland Mounting
Marine Processor may be used instead of a Type 2 Note: The Client Communications
Marine Processor
Bracket (Part Number 24-0259-4)
port on the Hatteland Panel PC is COM2
Hatteland VESA Bracket for Wall or Ceiling
Note: The client communications port on the Type (Part Number 24-0258-4)
3 Marine Processor is any of COM1..COM4

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Sensor Information Display - Error Messages
The Sensor Information Display shows the status of the sensor and its internal system throughout each period of operation.

Sensor Information Display Details


Below is a list of the messages that may appear if a problem occurs during operation, with descriptions of their meaning:

Display Screen Message Description


Checking components Checking the system components.
Reinstall Sensor IP: The controller application has not been programmed (software is missing). Sensor
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx The remote installer can be used with the displayed IP address Information
CTRLBOOT Wtg cmd This message is displayed when the system begins booting. Display
V1.5.0.0
Diagnostic exit The system has exited the diagnostic mode and is waiting for the sensor to
waiting for reboot reboot.
Download timed out The link between the system and boot loader has failed.
Err writing sw event There was an error writing a period software event to the system.
Failed Programming failed.
Failed to init Receiver The receiver failed to start correctly.
Failed to start rotor The rotor motor could not be started.
Failed to suspend rotor The rotor could not be suspended.
Going to running Preparing to suspend the sensor.
Going to suspend Preparing to suspend the sensor.
Low Temperature The sensor’s temperature is currently below the normal operating
Warming up system temperature and it has entered an automatic warm-up state. This state
prevents the rotor from turning until the system reaches a safe operating temperature.
-NN°C please wait... The system is warming up and the temperature has reached NN degrees °C.
Power Fail A low voltage supply has been detected.
Programming CtrlApp Programming has been started.

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Sensor Information Display - Error Messages (Continued)

Sensor Information Display Details (Continued)


Below is a list of the messages that may appear if a problem occurs during operation, with descriptions of their meaning:

Display Screen Message Description


Programming complete Programming of the CtrlApp was successful.
Receiver Fatal Error The receiver has generated a fatal alarm and cannot start.
Running The sensor is in the normal running state.
Starting application The main sensor is starting.
Starting motor The rotor motor is about to start.
Starting receiver The receiver is about to start.
Suspended The sensor is suspended.
Updating Blanking Zn A new blanking zone has been sent to the receiver, which is updating accordingly.
Updating receiver New parameters have been sent to the receiver, which is updating accordingly.

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Upgrading the Sensor Software Via the Remote Installer
Where possible any upgrades to the sensor software should be done via the Remote
Installer. This utility takes the form of a CyScan.Installer.Remote.exe file supplied by
Guidance Marine.

To Upgrade the Sensor Software via the Remote Installer:


1. Ensure that the CyScan Service Interface and Dashboard applications are not running.
2. Locate the file CyScan.Installer.Remote.exe on the USB memory stick on which the
CyScan software was supplied.
3. Double-click on the CyScan.Installer.Remote.exe file.
4. In the CyScan Installation Configuration window, select the Connection Type
(“Ethernet” or “Serial”) from the drop-down list.
5. Either enter the sensor’s IP Address (for an Ethernet connection)
Or enter the Serial Port of your client that is connected to the sensor.
6. Click on the OK button. A stream of progress messages is then output, along with any
error messages that may be applicable.
7. After “Installation Complete” is displayed, click on the OK button.

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Upgrading the Sensor Software Directly
If it is not possible to use the Remote Installer you can upgrade the sensor software directly
using a USB upgrade key. !
Note: The USB upgrade key should be formatted to a FAT or FAT32 file system.
You cannot use a USB upgrade key that is formatted to NTFS.

To Upgrade the Sensor Software Directly:


Before you begin the upgrade process you will need to ensure all of the upgrade files are
saved into a subdirectory named ‘upgrade’ in the root directory of a USB upgrade key.
1. Insert the upgrade key into USB0.
2. Power cycle the sensor.
3. The upgrade will then begin and the system will transfer all the required files to the
sensor. The Sensor Information Display will output progress messages and any error
messages that may be applicable.
4. When the upgrade is complete the Sensor Information Display will prompt you to
remove the USB key and power cycle the sensor.
5. After the sensor restarts it will go into normal running mode.

Sensor
Information
Display

USB0

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Remote Diagnostics
An Ethernet CyScan system provides a remote diagnostics facility. The sensor autonomously emits diagnostic telegrams triggered by internal events and/or at configured periods.

Remote Diagnostic Protocol


The diagnostic telegram is of variable length, up to a maximum of 1000 characters. Its format is as follows:
\s:NNNNNNNNNN*KK\$PGNMD,T,YYYY˽YY˽YY,HH˽HH˽HH.HHH,[D]D=[V]V*CC<CR><LF>
Where “\”, “s:”, “PGNMD”, and “=” are fixed values Fields Name Notes
“*”,“$”, and “,” are Reserved Field Delimiters NNNNNNNNNN Sensor Serial number 10 alphanumeric characters
“˽” denotes a space character (ASCII 0x20) KK First Checksum Checksum with first “\” as the start character
T Sensor Type “C” representing CyScan
“.” is a fixed value used within the Real-time Clock Time field
YYYY˽YY˽YY Date Numeric characters divided by spaces representing Year,
“<CR>” denotes a carriage return character (ASCII 0x0D) Month, and Day; in this order
“<LF>” denotes a line feed character (ASCII 0x0A) HH˽HH˽HH.HHH Real-time Clock Time Numeric characters divided by spaces and decimal point
representing Hours, Minutes, Seconds, and Milliseconds;
in this order
[D]D Diagnostic Telegram Identifier 1 to 8 alphanumeric or underscore characters
[V]V Diagnostic Telegram Value 1 to 936 alphanumeric characters that are not Reserved
Field Delimiters
CC Second Checksum Checksum with “$”as the start character

The following identifiers are currently supported: Identifier Description Values


INIT – System initialising
READY –System Ready
STATUS Sensor Serial number
WARN – System Ready, with Warnings and/or Errors
FAILED – System Failed
SVC_VER Service History Version Block
SVC_CMP Service history component
XML Fragment
SVC_STAT Current Service history statistics
SVC_EVTS Service History event
FATAL Fatal alarms 4 digit number (0000 to 9999) followed by space and:
The diagnostic telegrams are delivered by means of UDP/IP through the WARN Warning alarms SET – Alarm raised
same Ethernet port as the client data. If no event-triggered telegrams CLR – Alarm cleared
ERR Error alarms
are emitted during a period of time defaulting to 60 minutes, a General EVT – Stateless Alarm (Event)
Status telegram is emitted. INFO Informational alarms

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The Kongsberg Maritime CyScan Sensor
This section describes aspects of the KM variant of the CyScan sensor that differ from those of the standard sensor.

DP Message Types
The KM CyScan sensor supports the following five DP message types:

Kongsberg (Custom)
The Kongsberg Custom DP string adopts NMEA0183 conventions and has a length of 40 characters. When multi-target tracking, multiple messages are emitted per rotor revolution: one
for each target in the tracking group.
$PGNKM,II,RRRR.R,ZR.ZR,BBB.B,ZB.ZB,HHHH*CC<LF><CR>
Where:

• $PGNKM Proprietary header 6 chars

• IIRRRR.R
Target ID 2 chars

• † Range in meters 6 chars

• ZBBB.B
R.Z
R Range Standard Deviation in meters 3 chars

• †‡ Bearing in degrees 5 chars

• ZHHHH
B.Z
B Bearing Standard Deviation in degrees 3 chars

• * Status (16 bit code) 4 chars

• CC Delimiter 1 char

• <LF> Checksum 2 chars

• <CR> Line feed (0x0d) 1 char

• Carriage return (0x0a) 1 char

†The Range and Bearing Standard Deviations are calculated from the set of measurements available in the
current rev and do not include data from previous revs. A value of 0.0 may indicate that not enough laser pulses
were returned from the target to enable a meaningful standard deviation calculation to be performed.
‡ Bearing is clockwise from nominal bow (which depends on correct sensor installation and configuration of the
Bow/Stern switch).

ASCII17, Kongsberg Standard (BCD), MDL Standard, MDL Multi-Target:


see DP Message Types (Continued) on page 39 for details of these message types.

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The Kongsberg Maritime CyScan Sensor (continued)

Client and DP Feed Connections - Ethernet Client, Serial DP


To Connect an Ethernet Sensor with Ethernet to the Client and Serial to the DP Feed:
Connect Ethernet Port 0 to the Client Computer and Serial Port 1 to the DP system.
Configure the serial connections as shown below:
1 RX-
RS422 Link
Serial 1 2 RX+
9600 baud
8 bits
3 TX-
1 stop bit
4 TX+
No parity
5 GND

DP
To Connect Cables Feed
to Power/Serial 
Plugs:
..Hook lever-tool into
slot above
connector-hole in Mains Power
plug.  85–264V AC
Fuses Power LED
33Whilst holding down 45–65Hz 45W Power
lever, insert cable end
Ferrite Bead
into connector-hole.
Serial 1
RS422 Link
$$Release and remove to Vessel’s
VFD Screen
the lever-tool.
DP System

Ethernet Link to †Ethernet


Client Computer
Stern
Patch
Serial 0 Lead
Bow Service Connections

Client Network Protocol:


Ethernet
Default Ethernet Settings:† 802.3u
IP Address: 192.168.0.86
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
MDI-II
6
3
2 †Only use KRONE Insertion Tool
1 6089 2 003-00 to terminate
†Contact Guidance Marine if Ethernet wires into push-down
alternative settings are required connector

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The Kongsberg Maritime CyScan Sensor (continued)

Client and DP Feed Connections - Ethernet Client, Dual Serial DP


To Connect an Ethernet Sensor with Ethernet to the Client and Serial to Two DP Systems:
Connect Ethernet Port 0 to the Client Computer, Serial Port 0 to DP System 1 and Serial Port 1 to DP system 2.
Configure the serial connections as shown below: RS422 Link
1 RX-
9600 baud Serial 0 2 RX+
1 RX- 8 bits
3 TX-
Serial 1 2 RX+ 1 stop bit
4 TX+
3 TX- No parity
5 GND
4 TX+
5 GND
DP
To Connect Cables
DP Feed 1
to Power/Serial 
Plugs: Feed 2
..Hook lever-tool into
slot above
connector-hole in
plug.  Mains Power
85–264V AC Fuses
33Whilst holding down 45–65Hz 45W Power
Power LED
lever, insert cable
end into connector- Ferrite Bead
hole. Serial 1
RS422 VFD Screen
$$Release and remove Link to DP
the lever-tool. System 2
†Ethernet

Ethernet Link to
Client
Computer
Serial 0 Stern Patch
Lead
Bow Service Connections
RS422
Link to DP
System 1

Client Network Protocol:


Ethernet 802.3u
Default Ethernet Settings:† MDI-II
IP Address: 192.168.0.86
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 6
3
†Contact Guidance †Only use KRONE
Marine if 2
1 Insertion Tool 6089 2
alternative settings 003-00 to terminate
are required Ethernet wires into
push-down connector
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The Kongsberg Maritime CyScan Sensor (continued)

Client and DP Feed Connections - Serial Client, Serial DP Serial 1


RS422 Link
9600 baud
1 RX- 8 bits
To Connect a Serial Sensor with Serial to the Client and Serial to the DP Feed: 1 stop bit
2 RX+
Connect Serial Port 0 to the Client Computer and Serial Port 1 to the DP system. 3 TX- No parity
Configure the serial connections as shown below: 4 TX+
5 GND

DP
Feed

Mains Power
85–264V AC Fuses Power LED
45–65Hz 45W Power
To Connect Cables Ferrite Bead
to Power/Serial  Serial 1
Plugs: RS422 Link VFD Screen
to Vessel’s
..Hook lever-tool into
slot above DP System
connector-hole in
plug. 
33Whilst holding down
lever, insert cable Serial 0
end into connector- Stern Patch
hole. Lead
Bow Service Connections
$$Release and remove RS422 Link to
the lever-tool.
Client
Computer

RS422 Link RS422 Link RS422 Link


38400 baud 38400 baud 38400 baud
8 bits 1 RX- 8 bits 1 RX- 8 bits 1 RX-
1 stop 2 RX+ 1 stop bit 2 RX+ 1 stop bit 2 RX+
bit 3 TX- No parity 3 TX- No parity 3 TX-
No 4 TX+ 4 TX+ 4 TX+
parity 5 GND 5 GND 5 GND
6 Test 6 Test 6 Test
1 2 3 4 5 7 GND 1 2 3 4 5 7 GND 1 2 3 4 5 7 GND
6 7 8 9 8 +24V * 6 7 8 9 8 +24V * 6 7 8 9
8 +24V *
Hatteland CyScan Type 2 Marine CyScan Type 3 Marine CyScan
Panel PC Serial 0 Processor Serial 0 Processor Serial 0
COM2 COM6 COM1..COM4

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Index
Symbols
-NN°C please wait... 50 CyScan G
Sensor 7
A Sensor Part Names 8 ‘Going to running’ 50
Targets 7 ‘Going to suspend’ 50
Access Plate 8
CyScan Service Interface 26
Armoured Cable 16 K
Artemis Mk IV 39 D
Kongsberg DP Strings
ASCII17 39
Data Cable 16 Custom 55
B Standard 39
Diagnostic exit 50
Diagnostics L
Base Plate 8
Accessing 54
Bearing Offset 29 Last POST code NN 11
Download timed out 50
Bow and Starboard Offsets 29 ‘Low Temperature’ 50
DP Feed 8, 9
C DP Message
M
Types 38
Cable 16 Dual Serial DP 20, 57 MDL
Connections 18 Multi-Target 39
Glands 9 E Standard 39
Routing Diagrams 44
‘Err writing sw event’ 50 Mounting
Specifications 16
Locations 13
‘Checking components’ 50 Ethernet
Template 14
Cmp Date 54 Connection 16
MT Custom DP String 40
Cmp Time 54 Ethernet Sensor
Connections 19, 20, 56, 57 N
Connections
Ethernet Sensor 19, 56 F
Power 18
Nautronix
Standard 39
Sensor 18 Failed 50
Serial Sensor 21, 58 NMEA0183P 38
‘Failed to initialise Receiver’ 50
‘CTRLAPP not found’ 50 NMEA0183R 38
‘Failed to start rotor’ 50
‘CTRLBOOT V1.02’ 50 ‘Failed to suspend rotor’ 50 O
CTRLBOOT V1.04 11 Ferrite 18
Custom DP String Optical Window 8
Flat Targets 36
MT 40 Optional Components 42
Rolls-Royce 41, 55
Cylindrical Targets 36

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Index (Continued)
P S U
Part Numbers 10, 42 Sensor ‘Updating Blanking Zn’ 51
Cylindrical Target 36 Clearance 14 ‘Updating receiver’ 51
Flat Target 36 Connections 18 Upgrade
Prism Target 36 Dimensions 14 Sensor 53
Power 8, 9 Part Names 8 UPS Specifications 17
Cable 16 Upgrade 53
UV 16
Connections 18 Sensor Information Display 11
‘Power Fail’ 50 Error Messages 50 V
Prism Serial Numbers 10
Targets 36 Version 54
Serial Sensor
Product Label 10 Connections 21, 58 W
Programming 50 Shielded 16
Programming complete 51 Signal Wiring 16 ‘Warming up system’ 50
Software Versions 10
R
Standard Components 42
‘Receiver Fatal Error’ 51 ‘Starting application’ 51
Reflective Targets 42 Starting application 11
Remote Diagnostics 54 ‘Starting motor’ 51
Remote Installer 52 ‘Starting receiver’ 51
Rolls-Royce Custom DP String 41, 55 Starting receiver... 11
Rotor 8 Static Blanking Zones 30
‘Running’ 51 ‘Suspended’ 51
Running 11 System Parameters 33

T
Target
Cylindrical 36
Flat 36
Positioning and Mounting 37
Prism 36
Types 36

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Document History

Document Number Changes Issue Date


94-0363-4-A First release of CyScan (Dashboard) Installer’s Guide 15th October 2013
94-0363-4-B Updated for CyScan v4.83 31st March 2014
94-0363-4-C Inclusion of the Marine brand and the 3 year warranty 31st May 2014
94-0363-4-D Updated for v4.9, including CyScan Service Interface 28th August 2015

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