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DGPS BEACON RECEIVER


MODEL

GR-80

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
Do not open the equipment. Hazardous voltage which can cause electrical shock, burn or serious injury exists inside the equipment. Do not work inside the equipment unless familiar with electrical circuits.

CAUTION
Position should always be checked against other sources to confirm reliability. GPS position and velocity accuracies are controlled by the U.S. Department of Defense. Turn off the equipment whenever you feel it is abnormal. Continued use may damage the equipment. The useable temperature range of the display unit is -15C to +55C. Use in temperature out of the above range may damage the equipment. Confirm that the power supply voltage is compatible with the voltage rating of the equipment. Connection to the wrong power supply can cause fire or equipment damage. The voltage rating appears on the label at the rear of the display unit. Keep the compass safe distance.
Standard compass 0.3 m Steering compass 0.2 m

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD ............................................. 1 A Word to GR-80 Owners ....................... 1 Features ................................................... 1 SPECIFICATIONS .................................... 2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION .................. 3 HOW DGPS WORKS ............................... 4 INSTALLATION ....................................... 5 Antenna Installation ................................ 5 Receiver Installation ............................... 6 Connections............................................. 6 Interface Format ...................................... 7 Initial Settings ......................................... 8 OPERATION ............................................. 9 Turning the Power On/Off ...................... 9 Controls and Indications ......................... 9 Menu Operation .................................... 10 Adjusting Brilliance, Contrast ...............11 Manual Operation ..................................11 Automatic Operation ..............................11 Displaying Position ............................... 12 Station Scan Time Out .......................... 12 Displaying Signal Strength and Signal-to-Noise Ratio ............................ 12 Remote Control ..................................... 12 TROUBLESHOOTING .......................... 13 Troubleshooting Table .......................... 13 Diagnostic Test...................................... 14 DGPS REFERENCE STATIONS ............ 15 EQUIPMENT LISTS............................... 21 CONNECTABLE FURUNO EQUIPMENT .......................................... 22 REMEDY FOR THE INTERFERENCE TO A VHF RADIOTELEPHONE ........... 23 TAPING WHIP ANTENNA .................... 25 OUTLINE DRAWING .......................... D-1 INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM ...... S-1 Declaration of Conformity

FOREWORD
A Word to GR-80 Owners
FURUNO Electric Company thanks you for purchasing the GR-80 DGPS Beacon Receiver. We are confident you will discover why the FURUNO name has become synonymous with quality and reliability. For over 50 years FURUNO Electric Company has enjoyed an enviable reputation for quality and reliability throughout the world. This dedication to excellence is furthered by our extensive global network of agents and dealers. Your DGPS beacon receiver is designed and constructed to meet the rigorous demands of the marine environment. However, no machine can perform its intended function unless properly installed and maintained. Please carefully read and follow the installation, operation and troubleshooting procedures set forth in this manual. We would appreciate feedback from you, the end-user, about whether we are achieving our purposes. Thank you for considering and purchasing FURUNO.

Features
The GR-80 receives differential error correction messages (RTCM SC104 format) which are broadcast by public radio beacons operating in the 283.5 to 325 kHz frequency range. The differential error correction messages are output via a serial port for use in the associated GPS receiver, resulting in differentially correction position data with better than 10 meter accuracy. The GR-80 may be controlled from the front panel, or remotely via the serial I/O port. The I/O protocol is NMEA 0183. Output format is RS-232C or RS-422 (default).

SPECIFICATIONS
Performance
Frequency range Freq. resolution Receiver IF frequency Input sensitivity 283.5 325.0 kHz 0.5 kHz Single superheterodyne 455 kHz 6 dBV (MSK rate 100 bps, 10-3 bit error)

Interface (position input)


Position input Hardware spec. Baud rate NMEA 0183 Current loop 4800 bps (fixed)

Power Requirements
Power Forward switching (floating) Input voltage 10.2 to 31.2 VDC Power consumption Less than 5 W

Data Processing
Modulation Data coding MSK rate MSK Dual Costas loop 25, 50, 100, 200 bps (auto or manual, selectable)

Mechanical
Dimensions (mm) 105(W) x 60(H) x 200(D) Mass 1 kg Color 2.5GY5/1.5 (Gray)

Beacon Antenna (std. supply)


Gain Protection 6 dB Can withstand 30 Vrms input for more than 15 minutes in the range of 100 kHz to 28 MHz

Environmental Conditions
Display unit Antenna unit Humidity Water resistance -15C to +55C -20C to +70C Receiver: 95% (40C) Antenna: 100% (40C) Receiver: IPX-2 Antenna: IPX-6

Interface (protocol)
Data protocol Status protocol Control protocol Level Baud rate RTCM SC104 NMEA 0183 NMEA 0183 RS-422 or RS-232C (selectable) 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 14400, 19200 bps (selectable)

SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

Whip Antenna

GPS Antenna Unit

ANTENNA COUPLER

FURUNO

DGPS BEACON RECEIVER GR-80

GPS Navigator (GPS Plotter)


MENU
FREQ

LOCK

RECEIVER
STN

ENT

RESET

RECTIFIER PR-62

Ship's Mains 12/24 VDC

100/110/200/220 VAC

HOW DGPS WORKS


Position accuracy for civil users of GPS is limited to about 50 meters. This limitation exists not only because of the US Department of Defense's intentional downgrading of the accuracy but also because of signal attenuation and clock error inherent in both GPS satellites and GPS receivers. With Differential GPS (DGPS), however, differential corrections can improve position accuracy to better than 10 meters. Differential GPS is based upon accurate knowledge of the accurate geographical location of a reference station which is used to compute corrections to GPS parameters, error sources and resultant positions. These differential corrections are transmitted to GPS users, who apply the corrections to their received GPS signals or computed position. The DGPS reference stations are fixed at a geodetically surveyed position. The reference station tracks all satellites in view, downloads ephemeric data from them, and computes corrections based on its measurement and geodetic position. These corrections are then broadcast to GPS users by radio beacons (transmitters) to improve their position solution. The radio beacons broadcast in the frequency range of 283.5325 kHz and have a transmitting range from 40 nm to 300 nm depending on radio beacon.

GPS satellite

GPS signal

Corrected data GPS receiver Reference station Radio beacon (transmitter) DGPS Beacon receiver (GR-80)

Figure 1 DGPS concept

INSTALLATION
Antenna Installation
Siting considerations Ground

Install the antenna vertically and as high and far away from surrounding obstacles as possible. Separate the antenna at least three meters from any transmitter antennas which are radiating at significant RF power levels.
Mounting the antenna coupler

If the preamp unit is attached to a steel mast, run a ground wire between the ground terminal on the preamp unit and a stainless steel bolt welded to the mast. The ground wire should be as short as possible. (It is also recommended to ground the preamp unit when it is attached to a non-metallic mast.)

CAUTION
Ground the equipment to prevent loss of sensitivity.

It can be mounted two ways: The threaded antenna base accepts a standard antenna mount with a 1"-14 straight thread. Mount the antenna on a length of pipe with a 1"-14 threaded end. DO NOT USE TOOLS TO FASTEN THE ANTENNA TO ITS MOUNTING; ONLY HAND TIGHTEN. Route the antenna cable (antenna extension cable) inside the pipe. Attach the antenna coupler to a steel mast with hose clamps (option).
Spring washer Whip antenna *
*: The whip antenna should be taped. See page 25 for instructions.

Connection of antenna cable

The antenna cable (15 m) is attached to the preamp unit. When optional 30 m or 60 m cable is used, tape the junction with selfvulcanizing tape and vinyl tape to waterproof the cable. Finally, attach cable tie near ends of tape to prevent unwinding.

Hose clamps

Steel mast Ground terminal

Figure 3 How to tape the antenna cable


Connection of RG-10UY cable

Figure 2 Attachment of antenna coupler to steel mast


Mounting of whip antenna

Use the Antenna Cable Set (option) to connect the RG-10UY cable.

Screw in the whip antenna in the hole at the top of the preamp unit. Coat junction with silicone rubber.

*TNC-SA-JJ *N-P-7 *Cable Assy.

GR-80
RG-10UY

*Cable Assy.

*: Antenna Cable Set parts

Receiver Unit Installation


Siting considerations

Connections
Power cable connector I/O cable connector
2A POWER DATA ANT

The receiver can be mounted on a tabletop, on the overhead or in a panel (requires optional flush mount kit). When selecting a mounting location keep the following points in mind; Locate the receiver away from rain and water splash. Keep the receiver away from heat sources. Install the receiver out of direct sunlight. The viewing angle of the front panel is 45. Leave at least 100 mm space behind the receiver and 80 mm space at the sides to permit easy access to connectors at the rear and knobs at the sides.
Tabletop or overhead mounting
Fuse (2A)

+ 10.2-31.2 VDC

Antenna cab connector

Ground terminal

Figure 5 Connections on rear panel of receiver


Power cable

A power cable, complete with connector, is supplied. Connect the leads to the power supply; red wire to positive (+) terminal and black wire to negative () terminal. The receiver does not have a power switch. We recommend that a switch be dedicated to the receiver on the mains switchboard.
Antenna cable

1. Fix the hanger to the mounting location with tapping screws. 2. Loosely screw knobs into the receiver. Set the receiver to the hanger and tighten knobs.
Flush mounting (option)

Connect the cable to the ANT connector.


I/O input cable

See outline draing at the end of the manual. Note: Remove gasket at right and left sides of receiver before mounting in panel.

The 7-pin DATA connector connects the GPS navigator. A signal cable is supplied with the navigator; attach the connector (FM14-7P) supplied with the GR-80 to the cable. For no signal cable the following cables are optionally available:
Cable Type MJ-A6SPF0003-050 Code No. 000-117-603 000-136-730 Remarks 6P, 5m 7P, 5m

FURUNO DGPS BEACON

Gasket (both sides)

Figure 4 GR-80 receiver unit Note: For flush mounting, use only the screws supplied with the flush mount kit to fix the receiver. Use of other screws may damage the equipment. 6

MJ-A7SPF0003-050

Note: If the GR-80 is causing interference to a VHF radiotelephone, follow the proce dure on page 23.

Pin arrangement on the DATA connector is shown below. For connection at the GPS navigator, see its manual. For RS-232C
Pin# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Signal TXD NC RXD NC RX-H RX-C FG Description Output data No connection Input data No connection * Nav Data (current loop) * Nav Data (current loop) Ground

Ground

Connect a ground wire between the ground terminal at the rear of the receiver and a suitable ground point.

Interface Format
The interface format can be RS-232C or RS422 and the default format is RS-422. For RS-232C, do the following: 1. Disconnect cables at the rear of the receiver. 2. Unscrews eight screws to remove the receiver. 3. Disconnect cables connected to the front panel. 4. Remove printed circuit board from rear of the receiver. 5. On the MAIN Board (08P3192), unplug the connector plugged into J3 (RS-422) and plug it into J4 (RS-232C).
08P3192

* For auto L/L mode. See page 11.

For RS-422
Pin# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Signal TXD(+) TXD(-) RXD(+) RXD(-) RX-H RX-C FG Description Output data (H) Output data (C) Input data (H)

J3

Input data (C) * Nav Data (current loop) * Nav Data (current loop) Ground

J4 RS-232C RS-422

Figure 6 MAIN Board 6. Reassemble the receiver.

* For auto L/L mode. See page 11.

Initial Settings
After installing the equipment, enter baud rate of connected GPS receiver, output data byte format and your area as follows: Default settings Baud rate: 4800 bps Output data byte format: 6 of 8 Your area: Area 1 (USA, Canada, Bermuda, Brazil) 1. Press [MENU] and [RESET] together. Release the keys when the display shows "SELF TEST?" 2. Press the [w] key once to display "SET BAUD RATES?" 3. Press the [ENT] key. 4. Press [v] or [w] to select baud rate which matches that of connected GPS navigator; 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 14400, 19200 bps. 5. Press the [ENT] key. "SET DATA FORMAT?" appears. 6. Press the [ENT] key. 7. Press [v] or [w] to select output data byte format; 6-8 or 8-8.

8. Press the [ENT] key. 9. Press the [RESET] key to reset the CPU and return to the normal operation mode. 10.Press the [MENU] key. "SET RCV MODE?" appears. 11.Press [v] or [w] to display "SET STN AREA?" 12.Press the [ENT] key. 13.Press [v] or [w] to select your area (your vessel's location); AREA 1: USA, Canada, Bermuda, Brazil AREA 2: Europe AREA 3: Australia, Japan, Korea 14.Press the [ENT] key. 15.Press the [MENU] key to close the menu. GR-80 Output signal Signal level: RS-232C or RS-422 RTCM ver. no.: 2.01 Byte format: 8-6 or 8-8 First bit: LSB Parity bit: NONE Stop bit: 1 Bit rate: 8

OPERATION
Turning the Power On/Off
Power to the equipment may be turned on/ off at the mains switchboard. When the power is applied or the CPU is reset ([RESET] key pressed) the equipment proceeds as follows:
INDICATION FURUNO GR-80 MEANING Appears for one sec. Initializing RAM Loading reference station list to RAM Last used frequency (or station)

Controls and Indications


Mode and frequency, or reference station name MM: Manual Mode LM: Automatic L/L Mode LOCK LED Signal strength Lights when The taller the bar signal from the stronger the beacon station is received signal. received.
FURUNO MM DGPS BEACON RECEIVER GR-80 f = 2 8 3. 5 k H z LOCK

INITIALIZE

MENU

FREQ STN

ENT

RESET

STATION LOAD

RESET key Resets the CPU. ENT key Registers selection. Arrow keys Scroll the display. FREQ/STN key Displays receive frequency or reference station with each pressing. MENU key Opens/closes the menu.

238.5 kHz

Figure 7 Power-on/reset sequence

Figure 8 Front panel of GR-80

Menu Operation
Most functions are carried out through menus and there are two sets of menus, normal operation menu and option mode menu.
Normal operation menu

operation menu. To escape from the option mode menu, press the [RESET] key.
Menu tree

Figure 9 shows the menu tree. The normal operation menu mostly contains items used in everyday operations such as dimmer and contrast level adjustment. The [MENU] key opens/closes the menu and goes to preceding menu item when pressed with a menu option displayed. The arrow keys scroll the display. Use the [ENT] key to register option.
Option key [MENU] mode menu

The option mode menu contains the diagSET RCV MODE? (AUTO up MODE, MANUAL MODE. Default: MANUAL) nostic test and items for setting L/L the equip[w] ment. PressMSK RATE? (AUTO, pressing and bps. Default: AUTO) [RESET] while 25, 50, 100, 200 SET holding[w] down [MENU]. Release [MENU] SET STN AREA? "SELF AREA 2, Sewhen the display shows(AREA 1, TEST?" AREA 3. Default: AREA 1) lection [w]menu item (DIMMER 1 and regisof and option DIMMER 4) SET DIMMER? tration[w] the same as in the normal are
[w] SET CONTRAST? (CONTRAST 1 CONTRAST 8) [w] SET REMOTE? (REMOTE ON, REMOTE OFF) [w] MONITOR SS/SN? (Displays signal strength and signal-to-noise ratio.) [w] MONITOR L/L? (Displays position in latitude and longitude.)

Option mode menu


[MENU] + [RESET]

[w]

SELF TEST? (Diagnostic test) [w] SET BAUD RATES? (300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 14440, 19200 bps. Default: 4800 bps) [w] SET DATA FORMAT? (6-8, 8-8. Default: 8-8) [w] SET L SCAN TIME? (0 99 min. Default: 60 min)

Figure 9 Menu tree

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Adjusting Brilliance, Contrast


The brilliance and contrast of the LCD can be adjusted as follows: 1. Press the [MENU] key. 2. Press [v] or [w] to display "SET DIMMER?" 3. Press the [ENT] key. 4. Press [v] or [w] to select level desired. Four levels are available. 5. Press the [ENT] key. The display shows "SET CONTRAST?" 6. Press [v] or [w] to select level desired. Eight levels are available. 7. Press the [ENT] key. 8. Press the [MENU] key.

d) Press [v] or [w] to select MSK rate corresponding to frequency selected in step 7. Refer to the DGPS reference station lists which start on page 16. e) Press the [ENT] key. f) Press the [MENU] key. When signal is received, LOCK LED lights. Note: If you do not know the MSK rate, select AUTO, which is 100 or 200.

Automatic Operation
In automatic operation the receiver searches for reference station nearest your vessel. 1. Press the [MENU] key. "SET RCV MODE?" appears. 2. Press the [ENT] key. 3. Press [v] or [w] to display AUTO L/L MODE. 4. Press the [ENT] key. 5. Press the [MENU] key. No key input is accepted while the receiver is searching for station. When signal is received, LOCK LED lights.
Automatic mode conventions

Manual Operation
1. Press the [MENU] key. "SET RCV MODE?" appears. 2. Press the [ENT] key. 3. Press [v] or [w] to display MANUAL MODE. 4. Press the [ENT] key. 5. Press the [MENU] key. 6. Press the [FREQ/STN] key to display frequency or station in the display window. 7. Press [v] or [w] to select appropriate frequency (or station). Refer to the DGPS reference station lists which start on page 15. 8. If you selected a frequency at step 7, set MSK rate as follows: a) Press the [MENU] key. b) Press [v] or [w] to display "SET MSK RATE?" c) Press the [ENT] key.

The display shows STATION SEARCH while the receiver is searching stations. The receiver re-scans for nearest station when currently selected station becomes unacceptable for a certain number of minutes. (The number of minutes to wait before re-scanning can be selected on the option mode menu, between 0 and 99 minutes. When signal is received, LOCK LED lights.) L/L ERROR appears when there is no L/ L data. In this case, press any key to erase the indication and then select the manual mode.

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Displaying Position
1. Press the [MENU] key. 2. Press [v] or [w] to display "MONITOR L/L?" 3. Press the [ENT] key. Position in latitude and longitude appears. L/L ERROR appears when there is no L/L data.
3545N 13525E

Signal-to-noise (S/N) ratio displays the ratio between the desired signal and unwanted noise on the selected frequency. The higher the S/N ratio the better the quality of the signal. When the ship is in the sy\ervice area of a beacon station,this number should fbe between 20 and 22.If not,chack as follows. Check the grounding. Check the radar beam interference. Check the noise of power generator of the ship. 1. Press the [MENU] key. 2. Press [v] or [w] to display "MONITOR SS/SN?" 3. Press the [ENT] key. Signal strength and S/N ratio appear. DATA ERROR appears when no data is received from the DSP.
Signal strength

Figure 10 Sample latitude and longitude display 4. Press the [MENU] key.

Station Scan Time Out


You may set the time in minutes the receiver waits (in the AUTO L/L mode) before rescanning for nearest reference station, when the station currently selected becomes unacceptable (LOCK LED off). The default setting is 10 minutes. 1. Press [RESET] while pressing and holding down [MENU]. Release [MENU] when the display shows "SELF TEST?" 2. Press [v] or [w] to display "SET L SCAN TIME?" 3. Press the [ENT] key. 4. Press [v] or [w] to set time. 5. Press the [ENT] key followed by the [MENU] key.

SS=0XX SN=0XX

S/N ratio

Figure 11 Sample signal strength and S/N ratio displays 4. Press the [MENU] key.

Remote Control
The GR-80 can be controlled remotely via the serial I/O port by the GPS receiver connected. 1. Press the [MENU] key. 2. Press [v] or [w] to display "SET REMOTE?" 3. Press the [ENT] key. 4. Press [v] or [w] to select REMOTE ON or REMOTE OFF. 5. Press the [ENT] key followed by the [MENU] key.

Displaying Signal Strength and Signal-to-Noise Ratio


Signal strength displays a numeric representation of field strength of the received signal on the selected frequency. The higher the number the stronger the received signal.If a noise appears at reception band width,the number becomes bigger.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting Table
The table which follows will help the user with diagnosing operational problems.
Symptom No output data Remedy Check power supply. Check DATA connector. Check host port assignment. Check if tuned to valid beacon. Radio beacon may be in test mode or off air. Check if MSK rate is correct. Check if baud rate is correct. Measure voltage at antenna coax cable. Try different beacon antenna. Check power supply. Follow remedies in "Random output data." Check if MSK rate is correct. Check if antenna ground wire is connected. Try different antenna location. Electrical equipment on board may be interfering. Install noise filters on interfering equipment. For outboard motor, install grounded shield inside hood.

Random output data

No signal lock Low signal-to-noise ratio

Signal strength higher than Check if antenna ground wire is connected. usual Check for interfering sources near antenna. Move antenna if necessary. Follow remedies in "Low signal-to-noise ratio." GPS not accepting RTCM Check if DPGS setting on GPS receiver is correct. Check if I/O baud rate is correct. Check if I/O pin out is correct. Check if I/O cable is connected. Check the grounding.

S/N ratio is under 10

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Diagnostic Test
The diagnostic test checks the circuit board and keys for proper operation. To conduct the diagnostic test; 1. Press [RESET] while pressing and holding down [MENU]. Release [MENU] when the display shows "SELF TEST?" 2. Press the [ENT] key to start the test. The test proceeds in the sequence shown in the figure below.
INDICATION SELF TEST MEANING/USER ACTION Diagnostic test starts.

Remarks on the diagnostic test


When the equipment finds RAM or ROM error RAM NG (No Good) or ROM NG appears and the test stops. Press the [RESET] key to reset the CPU. Try the test again. When the equipment detects a faulty key two beeps are released.

MAIN ROM/RAM

Checking MAIN CPU's ROM and RAM. MAIN CPU program version no. Checking DSP's ROM and RAM. DSP CPU program version no. Starting key test; press [MENU].

MAIN VER xx

DSP ROM/RAM

DSP VER xx

PRESS[MENU]

PRESS[FREQ/STN]

Press [FREQ/STN].

PRESS[ w]

Press [w].

PRESS[ v]

Press [v].

PRESS[ENT]

Press [ENT]. Diagnostic test ends. "SELF TEST?" appears shortly thereafter.

SELF TEST END

Figure 12 Sequence of diagnostic test 3. Press the [RESET] key to quit the diagnostic test. 14

DGPS REFERENCE STATIONS


Area 1: USA, Canada, Bermuda
Location ALEXANDRIA ANNETTE ISLAND APPLETON ARANSAS PASS BARBERS PT BASS HARBOR BRUNSWICK BUFFALO C.MENDOCINO CAPE CANAVERAL CAPE HENLOPEN CAPE HENRY CAPE HINCHEN-BROOK CHARLESTON CHATHAM CHEBOYGAN CLARK COLD BAY DETROIT DULUTH EGMONT KEY ENGLISH TURN FORT MACON FORT STEVENS GALVESTON GUSTAVUS ISABELLA KANSAS CITY KENAI KEY WEST KODIAK KOKOLE POINT LOUISVILLE MEMPHIS MIAMI MILLERS FERRY MILWAUKEE MOBILE PT MONTAUK PT MORICHES NEEBISH IS. OMAHA ONONDAGA PENOBSCOT PIGEON PT PORTSMOUTH POTATO PT PRESQUE ILE PT ARGUELLO PT BLUNT PT LOMA REEDY POINT ROBINSON PT ROCK ISLAND SAGINAW BAY SALLISAW SANDY HOOK SAVANNAH SEUL CHOIX PT ST LOUIS ST PAUL STURGEON BAY UPOLU PT UPPER KEWEENAW Name in GR-80 Freq. (kHz) ALEXANDRIA 305 ANNETTE.IS 323 APPLETON 300 ARANSAS 304 BARBERS.PT 325 BASS.H 316 BRUNSWICK 316 BUFFALO 322 MENDOCINO 292 CANAVERAL 289 C.HENLOPEN 298 C.HENRY 289 HINCHENBRK 292 CHARLESTON 298 CHATHAM 325 CHEBOYGAN 292 CLARK 309 COLD.BAY 289 DETROIT 319 DULUTH 296 EGMONT.KEY 312 ENG.TURN 293 FT.MACON 294 FT.STEVENS 287 GALVESTON 296 GUSTAVUS 288 ISABELLA 295 KANSAS.C 305 KENAI 310 KEYWEST 286 KODIAK 313 KOKOLE.PT 300 LOUISVILLE 290 MEMPHIS 310 MIAMI 322 MILLERS 320 MILWAUKEE 297 MOBILE.PT 300 MONTAUK.PT 293 MORICHES 293 NEEBISH.IS 309 OMAHA 298 ONONDAGA 296 PENOBSCOT 290 PIGEON.PT 287 PORTSMOUTH 288 POTATO.PT 298 PRESQUE 293 ARGUELLO 321 PT.BLUNT 310 PT.LOMA 302 REEDY.PT 309 ROBINSON.P 323 ROCK.IS 311 SAGINAW.B 301 SALLISAW 299 SANDY.HOOK 286 SAVANNAH 319 SEUL.CHOIX 322 ST.LOUIS 322 ST PAUL 317 STURGEON.B 322 UPOLU.PT 286 KEWEENAW 298 Latitude N38.45 N55.04 N45.47 N27.50 N21.18 N44.13 N43.53 N42.52 N40.26 N28.28 N38.47 N36.56 N60.14 N32.45 N41.40 N45.39 N44.56 N55.06 N42.18 N46.47 N27.36 N29.53 N34.42 N46.12 N29.20 N58.25 N18.28 N39.07 N60.40 N24.00 N57.37 N21.59 N38.01 N35.28 N25.44 N32.05 N43.00 N30.14 N41.04 N40.47 N46.19 N41.47 N42.48 N44.33 N37.11 N43.04 N61.04 N45.21 N34.35 N37.51 N32.40 N39.34 N47.23 N42.00 N43.38 N35.22 N40.28 N32.08 N45.55 N38.37 N44.18 N44.48 N20.15 N47.14

(0 = Auto)
Longitude MSK Rate Country W77.07 100 VA,USA W131.36 100 AK,USA W121.19 100 WA,USA W97.04 100 TX,USA W158.07 100 HI,USA W68.20 100 ME,USA W69.57 100 ME,USA W78.54 100 NY,USA W124.24 100 CA,USA W80.33 100 FL,USA W75.05 200 DE,USA W76.00 100 VA,USA W146.39 100 AK,USA W79.51 100 SC,USA W69.57 200 MA,USA W84.28 200 MI,USA W97.58 100 SD,USA W162.32 100 AK,USA W83.06 200 MI,USA W92.05 100 MN,USA W82.46 200 FL,USA W89.57 200 LA,USA W76.41 100 NC,USA W123.57 100 OR,USA W94.44 100 TX,USA W135.42 100 AK,USA W67.04 100 PR,USA W95.25 200 MO,USA W151.21 100 AK,USA W82.00 100 FL,USA W152.12 100 AK,USA W159.46 200 HI,USA W85.18 200 KY,USA W90.12 200 TN,USA W80.10 100 FL,USA W87.24 200 AL,USA W87.53 100 WI,USA W88.01 100 AL,USA W71.52 100 NY,USA W72.45 100 NY,USA W84.09 200 MI,USA W95.55 200 NE,USA W84.28 200 MI,USA W68.46 200 ME,USA W122.24 100 CA,USA W70.43 100 NH,USA W146.42 100 AK,USA W83.30 100 MI,USA W120.39 100 CA,USA W122.25 200 CA,USA W117.15 100 CA,USA W75.34 200 DE,USA W122.23 200 WA,USA W90.14 200 IA,USA W83.50 100 MI,USA W94.49 200 OK,USA W74.00 200 NJ,USA W81.42 100 GA,USA W85.55 200 MI,USA W89.46 200 MO,USA W91.54 200 MN,USA W87.19 100 WI,USA W155.53 100 HI,USA W88.38 100 MI,USA

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Area 1: USA, Canada, Bermuda (continued)

(0 = Auto)

Location VICKSBURG WHIDBEY IS WHITEFISH PT WHITNEY WILDWOOD WISCONSIN PT YOUNGSTOWN


ALERT BAY AMPHITRITE POINT BASSANO CAPE NORMAN CAPE RACE CAPE RAY CARDINAL FOX ISLAND LAUZON MOISIE PARTRIDGE ISLAND RICHMOND(ATKINSON) POINT PETRIE PORT AUX BASQUES PORT WELLER PT.ESCUMINAC RIGOLET RIVIERE DU LOUP SANDSPIT SOMBRA ST JEAN SUR RICHELIEU TRIPLE ISLAND TROIS RIVIERES WATROUS WESTERN HEAD WIARTON WINNIPEG ST.DAVIDS HEAD

Name in GR-80 Freq. (kHz) VICKSBURG 313 WHIDBEY.IS 302 WHITEFISH 318 WHITNEY 310 WILDWOOD 301 WISCONSIN 296 YOUNGSTOWN 322
ALERT.BAY AMPHITRITE BASSANO CAPENORMAN C.RACE C.RAY CARDINAL FOX ISLAND LAUZON MOISIE PARTRIDGE RICHMOND PT.PETRIE AUXBASQUES PT.WELLER ESCUMINAC RIGOLET RIVIERE SANDSPIT SOMBRA ST.JEAN TRIPLE.IS TROIS.R WATROUS WESTERN.HD WIARTON WINNIPEG ST DAVID 309 315 317 310 315 290 306 307 309 313 295 320 303 290 302 319 299 300 300 306 296 308 321 321 312 286 312

Latitude N32.20 N48.19 N46.46 N42.44 N38.57 N46.43 N43.14


N50.35 N48.55 N50.47 N51.30 N46.46 N47.38 N44.47 N45.20 N46.49 N50.12 N45.14 N49.11 N43.50 N47.34 N43.14 N47.04 N54.15 N47.46 N53.14 N42.42 N45.19 N54.17 N46.23 N50.40 N43.59 N44.45 N49.50

Longitude MSK Rate Country W90.55 200 MS,USA W122.42 100 WA,USA W84.57 100 MI,USA W103.19 200 NE,USA W74.52 200 NJ,USA W92.01 100 WI,USA W78.58 100 NY,USA
W126.55 W125.33 W112.27 W55.49 W53.11 W59.15 W75.25 W61.05 W71.10 W66.07 W66.03 W123.07 W77.09 W59.09 W79.13 W64.48 W58.30 W69.36 W131.49 W89.29 W73.19 W130.53 W72.27 W105.26 W64.40 W81.07 W97.30 W64.39 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 100 200 100 200 200 200 200 100 200 100 200 200 200 200 200 CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA CANADA

323 N32.22

100 BERMUDA

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Area 2: Europe, Egypt

(0 = Auto)

Location OOSTENDE PHARE BLAAVANDS HUK HAMMERODDE SKAGEN RISTNA LT MANTYLUOTO OUTOKUMPU PORKKALA PUUMALA TURKU CAP BEAR CAP FERRET ECKMUHL GATTEVILLE LES BALEINES PORQUEROLLES REVELLATA SAINT MATHIEU HELGOLAND WUSTROW BJARGTANGAR DJUPIVOGUR RAUFARHOFN REYKJANES SKAGATA SKARDSFJARA LOOP HEAD MIZEN HEAD TORY ISLAND VENTSPILS HOEK VAN HOLLAND VLIELAND(AMELAND) ANDENES FAERDER FRUHOLMEN HALTEN LISTA SKLINNA SKOMVAER SVINOEY TORSVAAG TORUNGEN UTSIRA UTVAER VARDOE DZIWNOW ROZEWIE

Name in GR-80 OOSTENDE BLAAVANDS HAMMERODDE SKAGEN RISTNA LT MANTYLUOTO OUTOKUMPU PORKKALA PUUMALA TURKU CAP.BEAR CAP.FERRET ECKMUHL GATTEVILLE BALEINES PORQUEROLL REVELLATA ST.MATHIEU HELGOLAND WUSTROW BJARGTANG DJUPIVOGUR RAUFARHOFN REYKJANES SKAGATA SKARDSFJAR LOOP.HD MIZEN.HD TORY.IS VENTSPILS HOOKOFHOL VLIELAND ANDENES FAERDER FRUHOLMEN HALTEN LISTA SKLINNA SKOMVAER SVINOEY TORSVAAG TORUNGEN UTSIRA UTVAER VARDOE DZIWNOW ROZEWIE

Freq. (kHz) Latitude 311.5 N51.14 296.5 N55.34 289 N55.18 298.5 N57.44 307 N58.56 298 293.5 285 301.5 304 304.5 287 312.5 297.5 299.5 314.5 294.5 291.5 N61.36 N62.41 N59.58 N61.24 N60.26 N42.31 N44.39 N47.48 N49.42 N46.15 N42.59 N42.35 N48.19

Longitude MSK Rate Country E02.55 100 BELGIUM E08.05 E14.46 E10.35 E22.04 E21.28 E29.01 E24.23 E28.14 E22.13 E03.08 E01.15 W04.23 W01.16 W01.34 E06.12 E08.46 W04.46 E07.53 E12.23 W24.32 W14.16 W15.57 W22.42 W20.06 W17.59 W09.56 W09.49 W08.15 E21.31 E04.07 E05.38 E16.07 E10.32 E23.59 E09.25 E06.34 E11.00 E11.53 E05.16 E19.31 E08.48 E04.52 E04.31 E31.09 E14.44 E18.20 100 DENMARK 100 DENMARK 100 DENMARK 200 ESTONIA 200 200 200 200 200 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 FINLAND FINLAND FINLAND FINLAND FINLAND FRANCE FRANCE FRANCE FRANCE FRANCE FRANCE FRANCE FRANCE

313 N54.11 314.5 N54.20 289 295.5 301.5 292.5 304.5 313 N65.30 N64.39 N66.27 N63.49 N66.07 N63.31

200 GERMANY 200 GERMANY 100 100 100 100 100 100 ICELAND ICELAND ICELAND ICELAND ICELAND ICELAND

312 N52.34 300.5 N51.27 313.5 N55.16 308.5 N57.22 287.5 N51.59 299.5 N53.27 284.5 288 309.5 313.5 301 288.5 300 293.5 291.5 292.5 307 300 307 N69.19 N59.02 N71.06 N64.10 N58.07 N65.12 N67.25 N62.20 N70.15 N58.23 N59.19 N61.02 N70.23

100 IRELAND 100 IRELAND 100 IRELAND 100 LATVIA 200 HOLLAND 200 HOLLAND 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 NORWAY NORWAY NORWAY NORWAY NORWAY NORWAY NORWAY NORWAY NORWAY NORWAY NORWAY NORWAY NORWAY

288 N54.01 311 N54.49

100 POLAND 100 POLAND

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Area 2: Europe, Egypt (continued)

(0 = Auto)

Location CABO DE LA NAO CABO DE PALOS CABO FINISTERRE CABO GATA CABO PENAS CABO SALOU CABO SAN SEBASTIAN CASTELLON CEUTA ESTACA DE BARES LA ENTALLADA MACHICHACO MAHON MALAGA PUNTA DE CALA FIGUERA ROTA TENERIFE
ALMAGRUNDET BJUROKLUBB HJORT UDDE HOBURG KULLEN OERSKAER SKAGS UDDE BUTT OF LEWIS FLAMBOROUGH HEAD GIRDLE NESS LIZARD LOOP HEAD MIZEN HEAD NASH POINT NORTH FORELAND POINT LYNAS RHINNS OF ISLAY ST.CATHERINE'S SUMBURGH HEAD TORY ISLAND AL BANDAR MINA AL AHMADI ADU DHABI RAS AL KHAIMAH ALEXANDRIA MERSA MATROH PORT SAID QUSEIR RAS GHARIB RAS UMM SID

Name in GR-80 Freq. (kHz) Latitude NAO 284.5 N38.44 PALOS 313.5 N37.38 FINISTERRE 289 N42.53 GATA 298.5 N36.43 PENAS 297 N43.39 SALOU 289 N41.03 SEBASTIAN 290.5 N41.53 CASTELLON 311 N39.58 CEUTA 311.5 N35.54 BARES 310 N43.47 ENTALLADA 292.5 N28.13 MACHICHACO 285 N43.27 MAHON 292.5 N39.52 MALAGA 304.5 N36.43 FIGUERA 286 N39.27 ROTA 302.5 N36.38 TENERIFE 287.5 N28.30
ALMAGRUNDE BJUROKLUBB HJORT UDDE HOBURG KULLEN OERSKAER SKAGS LEWIS FLAMBOR GIRDLENESS LIZARD LOOP HEAD MIZEN HEAD NASH POINT N.FORELAND PT.LYNAS RHINNS CATHERINES SUMBURGH TORYISLAND AL BANDAR AHMADI ADU DHABI KHAIMAH ALEXANDRIA M.MATROH PORT SAID QUSEIR RAS GHARIB R.UMM SID 287 303.5 297 302 293.5 291.5 306.5 294 302.5 311 284 312 300.5 299 310.5 305 293.5 293.5 304 313.5 N59.09 N64.29 N58.38 N56.55 N56.18 N60.32 N63.11 N58.31 N54.07 N57.08 N49.58 N52.34 N51.27 N51.24 N51.23 N53.25 N55.40 N50.35 N59.52 N55.16

Longitude MSK Rate E00.14 0 W00.41 0 W09.16 0 W02.11 0 W05.51 0 E01.10 0 E03.12 0 E00.01 0 W05.18 0 W07.41 0 W13.56 0 W02.45 0 E04.18 0 W04.25 0 E02.31 0 W06.23 0 W16.30 0
E19.10 E21.35 E12.40 E18.09 E12.27 E18.23 E19.01 W06.16 W00.05 W02.03 W05.12 W09.56 W09.49 W03.34 E01.27 W04.17 W06.31 W01.18 W01.16 W08.15 E50.39 E48.08 E52.56 E56.04 E29.50 E27.14 E31.17 E34.15 E33.06 E34.19 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

Country SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN
SWEDEN SWEDEN SWEDEN SWEDEN SWEDEN SWEDEN SWEDEN U.K. U.K. U.K. U.K. U.K. U.K. U.K. U.K. U.K. U.K. U.K. U.K. U.K.

298 N28.07 295 N29.07 314 N24.06 292 N25.59 284 307 290 314.5 298 293.5 N31.10 N31.21 N31.16 N26.08 N28.21 N27.51

200 BAHRAIN 200 KUWAIT 200 U.A.E. 200 U.A.E. 200 200 200 200 200 200 EGYPT EGYPT EGYPT EGYPT EGYPT EGYPT

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Area 3: Japan, Korea,S.America,Russia, China, Singapore

Location ABASHIRI DAIOZAKI ESAKI GESASHI HAMADA HACHIJOJIMA HEKURAJIMA INUBOZAKI KINKAZAN KUSHIROZAKI MATUMAE MIYAKOZIMA MUROTO MISAKI NAGOYA TOKARA NAKANOSHIMA OHAMA OSEZAKI SAKATA SETO SHAKOTAN MISAKI SHIRIYAZAKI SOUYA MISAKI TANGO TOI MASAKI TURUGIZAKI URAYASU WAKAMIYA CHANGGI CHINDO CHUMUNJIN KOMUNDO OCHONGDO PALMIDO YONGDO KAU YI CHAU BRISBANE CAPE FLATTERY CAPE SCHANCK GLADSTONE HORN ISLAND KARRATHA MACKAY SYDNEY ABROLHOS ARACAJU CALCANHAR CANIVETE I.MOELA I.RASA PONTA DE SAO MARCOS RIO GRANDE SANTA MARTA SAO TOME SAN BERNARDO SAN CARLOS CENTRO

Name in GR-80 ABASIRI DAIOZAKI ESAKI GESASI HAMADA HATIJO HEKURAJIMA INUBOZAKI KINKAZAN KUSIROZAKI MATUMAE MIYAKOSIMA MUROTO NAGOYA NAKANOSIMA OHAMA OSEZAKI SAKATA SETO SHAKOTAN SIRIYASAKI SOYAMISAKI TANGO TOIMISAKI TURUGIZAKI URAYASU WAKAMIYA CHANGGI CHINDO CHUMUNJIN KOMUNDO OCHONGDO PALMIDO YONGDO KAUYICHAU BRISBANE C.FLATTERY C.SCHANCK GLADSTONE HORN.IS KARRATHA MACKAY SYDNEY ABROLHOS ARACAJU CALCANHAR CANIVETE I.MOELA I.RASA SAO MARCOS RIO GRANDE SANTAMARTA SAO TOME BERNARDO SAN CARLOS

Freq. (kHz) 309 288 320.5 288 305 302 295 295 316 288 309 316 295 320 320.5 321 302 288 320 316 302 295 316 309 309 321 295 310 290 295 287 295 313 300

Latitude N44.00 N34.17 N34.36 N26.36 N34.53 N33.05 N37.51 N35.42 N38.17 N42.58 N41.25 N24.44 N33.15 N35.02 N29.49 N34.05 N32.37 N38.57 N33.26 N43.22 N41.26 N45.31 N35.44 N31.22 N35.08 N35.37 N33.52 N36.05 N34.13 N37.54 N34.00 N36.07 N37.21 N35.03

Longitude MSK Rate Country E144.18 200 JAPAN E136.54 200 JAPAN E135.00 200 JAPAN E128.09 200 JAPAN E132.02 200 JAPAN E139.51 200 JAPAN E136.55 200 JAPAN E140.52 200 JAPAN E141.35 200 JAPAN E144.23 200 JAPAN E140.05 200 JAPAN E125.26 200 JAPAN E134.11 200 JAPAN E136.51 200 JAPAN E129.55 200 JAPAN E132.59 200 JAPAN E128.36 200 JAPAN E139.50 200 JAPAN E132.13 200 JAPAN E140.28 200 JAPAN E141.28 200 JAPAN E141.56 200 JAPAN E135.05 200 JAPAN E131.20 200 JAPAN E139.41 200 JAPAN E139.54 200 JAPAN E129.41 200 JAPAN E129.34 E125.58 E128.50 E127.20 E125.58 E126.30 E129.06 E114.04 E153.03 E145.18 E144.53 E151.21 E142.17 E116.27 E149.13 E150.59 W38.41 W37.02 W35.29 W50.24 W46.15 W43.09 W44.18 W52.06 W48.48 W41.03 W60.03 W60.55 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 KOREA KOREA KOREA KOREA KOREA KOREA KOREA

289 N22.15 294 304 314 313 320 304 315 308 290 320 305 310 305 315 300 290 310 300 S27.04 S14.58 S38.30 S24.02 S10.36 S20.45 S21.06 S33.59 S17.57 S10.58 S05.09 N00.30 S24.02 S23.04 S02.29 S32.08 S28.36 S22.02

200 HONG KONG 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIA BRAZIL BRAZIL BRAZIL BRAZIL BRAZIL BRAZIL BRAZIL BRAZIL BRAZIL BRAZIL

317.5 S36.22 297.5 S31.58

100 ARGENTINA 100 ARGENTINA

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Area 3: Japan, Korea, S.America,Russia, China, Singapore (continued)

Location AFRICA ALEVINA ANAPSKY ANDREA ASTRAHNASKY BALTIYSK BEGICHEV CAMENKA CANIN NOSE CARAGINSKY CORSAKOVSKY COTELNY CRUTOGOROVA DEDGNEVA DGEDGINSKY ELIZAROVA ENISEY GAMOV INDYGIRSKY OLENIY PETROPAVLOVSKY RUSSIAN CAT SET.NAVOLOCK SHEPELEVSKIY STERLEGOV STOLBOVOY TONKY VAN DER LINDA VASILIEVA VIZE VRANGELIA YARANGAI
BAOHUJIAO BEITANG DAJISHAN DASANSHAN QINHUANGDAO WANGJIAMAI SINGAPORE

Name in GR-80 Freq. (kHz) AFRICA 291.5 ALEVINA 303.5 ANAPSKY 315.5 ANDREA 291.5 ASTRAHNASK 291.5 BALTIYSK 298.5 BEGICHEV 300.5 CAMENCA 318.5 CANIN NOSE 285.5 CARAGINSKY 301.5 CORSAKOVSK 312.5 COTELNY 310.5 CRUTOGOROV 300.5 DEDGNEVA 303.5 DGEDGINSKY 298.5 ELIZAROVA 318.5 ENISEY 315.5 GAMOV 306.5 INDYGIRSKY 324.5 OLENIY 294.5 PETROPAVLO 291.5 RUSSIANCAT 315.5 NAVOLOCK 318.5 SHEPELEVSK 298.5 STERLEGOV 318.5 STOLBOVOY 306.5 TONKY 303.5 LINDA 312.5 VASILIEVA 294.5 VIZE 294.5 VRANGELIA 309.5 YARANGAI 291.5
BAOHUJIAO BEITANG DAJISHAN DASANSHAN QINHUANDAO WANGJIAMAI SINGAPORE 310.5 310.5 307.5 301.5 287.5 313.5

Latitude N56.11 N58.50 N44.53 N76.44 N44.28 N54.41 N47.31 N69.28 N68.38 N58.33 N46.37 N75.59 N55.05 N66.01 N65.13 N54.25 N68.25 N42.33 N71.16 N72.35 N52.33 N64.34 N69.24 N59.59 N75.24 N74.10 N69.51 N45.35 N50.00 N79.30 N70.59 N69.54
N20.00 N39.06 N30.49 N38.52 N39.55 N36.04

Longitude MSK Rate Country E163.21 100 RUSSIA E151.21 100 RUSSIA E37.18 100 RUSSIA E110.27 100 RUSSIA E48.01 100 RUSSIA E19.59 100 RUSSIA E112.15 100 RUSSIA E161.14 100 RUSSIA E43.18 100 RUSSIA E163.33 100 RUSSIA E142.48 100 RUSSIA E137.53 100 RUSSIA E155.35 100 RUSSIA E169.43 100 RUSSIA E36.49 100 RUSSIA E143.43 100 RUSSIA E86.18 100 RUSSIA E131.13 100 RUSSIA E150.17 100 RUSSIA E77.39 100 RUSSIA E158.42 100 RUSSIA E178.33 100 RUSSIA E33.03 100 RUSSIA E29.09 100 RUSSIA E88.45 100 RUSSIA E135.27 100 RUSSIA E61.06 100 RUSSIA E149.24 100 RUSSIA E155.23 100 RUSSIA E76.59 100 RUSSIA E178.29 100 RUSSIA E170.32 100 RUSSIA
E110.56 E119.43 E122.10 E121.50 E119.37 E120.26 E103.45 200 200 200 200 200 200 CHINA CHINA CHINA CHINA CHINA CHINA

298 N01.10

100 SINGAPORE

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EQUIPMENT LISTS
Standard equipment
Name Receiver Unit Antenna Coupler Installation Materials GR-80 GR-8 CP08-01601 CP08-01601 CP08-01611 Spare Parts SP08-01800 004-396-030 004-396-900 004-396-560 004-396-020 Type Code No. Qty 1 1 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set With preamp Remarks

Installation materials
Name Power Cord Ground Wire Connector Tapping Screw Spring Washer Type 22S0019-2 08S0087-0 FM14-7P 4x16 SUS304 M10 SUS304 Code No. 000-109-000 000-108-138 000-113-345 000-802-080 000-864-261 Qty 1 1 1 4 1 CP08-01611 Remarks CP08-01601 (004-396-900) CP08-01601 (004-396-030)

Spare parts
Name Fuse Type FGMB 2A 125 V Code No. 000-103-165 Qty 1 Remarks

Option
Name Rectifier Extension Cable Extension Cable Flush Mount Kit Whip Antenna Whip Antenna Hose Clamp Insulating Tape Antenna Cable Set PR-62 OP08-15-30 OP08-15-60 OP08-16 FAW-1.2 04S4176-2 OP08-18 U-tape 0.5x1.9x5M OP08-17 004-396-440 004-396-090 004-394-410 000-130-046 000-112-845 004-396-570 000-800-985 004-392-510 Type Code No. Qty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 For cable RG-10UY 1.2 m 2.6 m 30 m 60 m Remarks

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CONNECTABLE FURUNO EQUIPMENT


Model GP-50 GP-50 M2 GP-50 M3 GP-70 GP-70 M2 GP-80 GP-188 Connectable? YES ROM Ver. 3 and higher YES YES NO YES ROM Ver. 3 and higher YES YES MAIN Board: Ver. 28, ARTOP: Ver. 24 and higher NO YES ROM Ver. 3 and higher YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES ROM Ver. 9 and higher YES ROM Ver. 5 and higher YES YES YES YES YES Remote Control? NO NO NO NO YES NO NO NO NO YES YES NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO RS Spec. 422 232C 232C 232C/422 232C/422 422 232C/422 232C/422 232C/422 422 422 422 422 232C/422 232C/422 232C/422 422 422 422 232C/422 232C/422 422 422

GP-500 GP-500 M2 GP-1600 GP-1600F GP-1610C GP-1610CF GP-1800 GP-1800 M2 GP-1800F GP-1810 GP-1810F GP-3000 GP-3100 GP-3100 M2 GP-8000 GP-8000 M2 PS-8000 PS-8000 M2

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REMEDY FOR THE INTERFERENCE TO A VHF RADIOTELEPHONE


If a VHF radiotelephone is interfered by signal from the data cable between GPS receiver and the GR-80, follow the procedure shown below.

Procedure
1. The screen of the data cable is grounded effectively.

GR-80 DATA Connector

DATA Cable

The shield must be grounded through the cable clamp

Shield

Signal Cable

GR-80 DATA Connector

DATA Cable

The shield must be grounded through the cable clamp.

Solder the shield to pin No.7.

Wind copper tape or mesh tape around the cable before clamping.

Two Cables

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GR-80 DATA Connector

Power line

Fuse

GP-30 DATA Cable Solder the shield to pin No.7.

GP-30 DATA Cable Wind copper tape or mesh tape around the cable before clamping.

When connecting with GP-30

2. Add an EMI core, TRCN-40-27-15 (Code No. 000-113-798) as shown in the figure below.
GR-80 DATA Connector EMI core

EMI core on the cable

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TAPING WHIP ANTENNA


After inserting the whip antenna to the antenna base, tape the antenna base and whip antenna with self-vulcanizing tape and vinyl tape to reinforce the whip antenna. 1. Wrap the antenna junction point with butyl 15 tape or the equivalent. How to wrap 1) Pull the tape to be about two times in length and wind it up, overlapping by 1/2 the width of the tape. 2) Wrap from bottom to top, i.e., from right to left as in the picture below.
Whip antenna Base Antenna

Butyl tape

3) Wrap the tape from the base to a point about 60 mm, and then back to the base. Keep tension on edge of tape, using finger to hold tape. Then, squeeze edges of tape with thumb and index finger.
Wrap approx. 60 mm

2. Completely cover the butyl rubber tape with white vinyl tape, wrapping from the base to the last wind of butyl tape and then back to the base. How to wrap 1) Being careful not to pull the tape too tightly, wind tape, overlaping by approx. 1/3 of tape width. 2) Squeeze edges of tape with thumb and index finger.
White vinyl tape

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