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Furuno FAX30 Weather Fax for NavNet 3d Network, Navtex
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Use of older OS with recent browser will result in extremely slow operation. If the browser goes into timeout while an image is being received, access to the FAX-30 may be interrupted. In this case, click the right button on the mouse and click Refresh. Most PC operations are done with the left button on the mouse. The exception is saving a facsimile image that is done with the right button. The FAX-30 cannot be simultaneously accessed by multiple PCs. For this reason, be sure to use the logout feature to logout a PC from the FAX-30 when its use is not required. If the FAX-30 appears to be abnormal, the browser version may not be compatible or browser settings may be wrong. See the browser requirements on the previous page, the browser and OS compatibility table above and the browser settings in paragraph 7.5.1. The HTTP and HTML versions of the FAX-30 are as shown below. HTTP: Ver. 1.0 HTML: Ver. 4.01
Installation with NavNet, NavNetvx2, NavNet3D
FACSCIMILE RECEIVER FAX-30
NavNet, NavNet vx2 or NavNet 3D
Ship's Mains 12-24 VDC
: Standard : Option : User Supply
* = HUB is not required to connect NavNet/NavNet vx/NavNet 3D directly to FAX-30.
FACSIMILE RECEIVER FAX-30 HUB* PC PC : Standard : Option : Local Supply Ships Mains 12-24 VDC
FAX-30 cannot be accessed by more than one PC at a time.
* = HUB is not required to connect single PC.
Name Facsimile Receiver Spare Parts Installation Materials Type FAX-30-E-AN FAX-30-E-AP FAX-30-E-N SP08-01901 CP08-01700 Code No. 005-952-780 000-057-103 Qty Select one 1 set Choose one Remarks With Net cable With PC cable No connection cable Fuse, 2 pcs. Power Cable MJ-A3SPF0024-035C Net Cable MJ-A6SPF0014-050C Tapping screw (5x20) Power Cable MJ-A3SPF0024-035C PC Cable MJ-A6SPF0017-050C Tapping screw (5x20) Power Cable MJ-A3SPF0024-035C Tapping screw (5x20)
Name Preamp Unit Preamp Unit Hose Clamp Whip Antenna Extension Cable Kit Type FAX-5 FAX-5 OP08-11 04S4176 OP-04-2 *10* OP-04-2 *20* OP-04-2 *30* OP-04-2 *40* OP-04-2 *50* MJA6SRMD/TM11AP8-005 MJ-A6SPF0017-050C FM-MP-7 MP-M3A MP-M5A MJ-A6SPF0014-010C MJ-A6SPF0014-050C MJ-A6SPF0014-100C MJ-A6SPF0014-200C MJ-A6SPF0014-300C FAX-30-APT Code No. 000-075-016 000-075-049 005-946-960 000-153-122 000-041-174 000-041-175 000-041-176 000-041-177 000-041-178 000-144-463 000-159-705-11 000-161-293-10 000-161-295-10 000-161-296-10 000-154-027-10 000-154-049-10 000-154-050-10 000-154-051-10 000-154-052-10 005-964-310 Remarks w/15 m cable w/1 m cable For fixing FAX-5 to a mast 2.6 m, for FAX-5 M-connector at both ends
FAX-30, top view 2. Press the [DISP] key to show the display selection window.
Fax mode icon
NAV DATA OVERLAY
EXT VIDEO WXFAX
HOTPAGE 1 HOTPAGE 2 HOTPAGE 3
TURN KNOB TO SELECT MODE AND PUSH KNOB TO ENTER. PUSH ANY SOFTKEY TO SELECT IMAGE SOURCE.
Display selection window 3. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose the WXFAX icon. 4. Push the [ENTER] knob to show the fax standby display. Note 1: The FAX-30 cannot be accessed during the 15-second start up period that occurs after the power has been turned on. Note 2: If the FAX-30 is not connected to the NavNet display unit when the display unit is powered, the message AUX SOURCE IS DISCONNECTED. PUSH ENT KNOB TO EXIT. appears. Check connections between the FAX-30 and the NavNet display unit. Note 3: LOAD IMAGES is displayed while the FAX-30 is loading data.
The standby display is where you begin all facsimile and navtex operations. If a facsimile image has been received, the latest facsimile image is displayed.
Facsimile image area
NAVTEX MODE SETUP
Choosing the receive mode
The FAX-30 has three modes: facsimile only, navtex only, and facsimile (timer) & navtex. Choose desired mode as follows: 1. At the facsimile standby display, press the MODE SETUP soft key.
(Facsimile image area)
RX MODE RX NOTICE
Receive mode setup screen 2. Press the RX MODE soft key.
RX MODE WX FAX NAVTEX FAX (TIMER) & NAV
RX mode options 3. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose receive mode desired and press the ENTER soft key.
You may wish to be notified after a facsimile image or navtex message arrives. Notification is done by showing the fax/navtex received icon ( ) at the left-hand side of the screen in display modes other than the fax mode.
1. At the facsimile standby display, press the MODE SETUP soft key. 2. Press the RX NOTICE soft key.
RX NOTICE ON OFF
RX notice options 3. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose ON or OFF as appropriate. 4. Press the ENTER soft key.
Accessing the FAX-30 top display
1. Turn on the FAX-30 at the mains switchboard. The FAX-30 proceeds in the following sequence:
a) The FAX-30 starts initial set up, which takes about 15 seconds. b) The FAX-30 transfers (loads) data from the ROM to the RAM. At this time the LED flashes every 0.4 seconds. c) After all data has been loaded, which takes about two minutes, the LED flashes every two seconds, indicating the FAX-30 is ready for operation.
Wrong IOC The image will be extended ( or foreshortened) when "288" (or 576 is selected for transmission with the IOC of "576 (or 288)."
Wrong speed or IOC and image
Manually stopping receiving
1. 2. 3. 4. At the standby display, press the WX FAX soft key. Press the RCV WX FAX soft key. Press the STOP RX soft key. Press the RETURN soft key.
Most facsimile stations transmit facsimiles in accordance with a schedule issued by relative meteorological observatory. (You can find facsimile schedules in the publication Meteorological Facsimile Broadcasts, available through meteorological observatory bodies.) If you wish to receive a certain facsimile broadcast on a daily basis, therefore, the timer receiving mode will virtually allow you hands-off automatic operation. 30 timer programs may be set.
Setting timer receiving schedule
Note that the data sentence ZDA must be output through the network for the timer to function. 1. At the standby display, press the WX FAX soft key. 2. Press the RCV WX FAX soft key. 3. Press the TIMER SETUP soft key.
Timer schedule, in time order from closest to furthest. Only the latest 10 programs are displayed.
No. 05 10:30-14:05 100N JMH 3662.5 kHz No. 06 14:30-16:40 100N JMH 3662.5 kHz No. 07 16:40-19:00 100N JMH 3662.5 kHz No. 01 19:05-19:15 100N JMH 3662.5 kHz TIMER SETUP
START TIMER PROG LIST
Timer setup screen 4. Press the PROG LIST soft key.
Zone/Station/Channel Facsimile station Start, end time
ON PROGRAM LIST
No.01 12:30-14:00 100N JMH No.02 NOT PROGRAMMED No.03 NOT PROGRAMMED No.04 NOT PROGRAMMED No.05 NOT PROGRAMMED No.06 NOT PROGRAMMED No.07 NOT PROGRAMMED No.08 NOT PROGRAMMED No.09 NOT PROGRAMMED No.10 NOT PROGRAMMED NEXT PAGE
ON/OFF CLEAR ALL
Timer schedule list
5. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose program number desired and then press the EDIT soft key.
ZONE STATION CHANNEL IOC SPEED START TIME END TIME FREQUENCY 1 NORTHWEST PACIFIC 0 JMH/TOKYO No.3622.5 kHz AUTO AUTO 00:00 00:00 00000.0 kHz EDIT PROGRAM
Timer schedule menu 6. ZONE is selected; press the EDIT soft key.
Zone options 7. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose zone desired and press the ENTER soft key. 8. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose STATION and press the EDIT soft key. If you have chosen 1 NORTHWEST PACIFIC at step 7, for example, the STATION options are as below.
Station options (Example: N Pacific W Part) 9. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose desired station and press the ENTER soft key.
10. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose CHANNEL and press the EDIT soft key. If you have chosen 0 JMH/TOKYO 1 at step 9, for example, the CHANNEL display looks as below.
Channel options (Example: station JMH) 11. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose channel desired and press the ENTER soft key. Choose AUTO for automatic selection of channel. (Most stations transmit the same message over several frequencies, so if you are unsure of the channel choose AUTO.) 12. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose IOC and press the EDIT soft key.
AUTO 288 576
IOC options 13. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose the IOC of the facsimile station and press the ENTER soft key. If you are unsure of the IOC, choose AUTO for automatic selection of IOC. 14. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose SPEED and press the EDIT soft key.
SPEED AUTO 240
Drum speed options 15. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose drum rotating speed at the facsimile station and press the ENTER soft key. If you are unsure of the speed, choose AUTO for automatic selection of speed. 16. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose START TIME and press the EDIT soft key.
START TIME 00:00
Start time entry window
17. Enter a start time in 24-hour notation, about two minutes earlier than actual start time to allow for detection of the start signal and press the ENTER soft key. 18. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose END TIME and press the EDIT soft key.
END TIME 00:00
End time entry window 19. Enter end time in 24-hour notation about two minutes later than actual end time to allow for detection of the stop signal, and press the ENTER soft key. Note: Two programs that overlap each other will cause the program having the later start time to be disregarded. For example, if the start and end times of program no. 1 are 01:00 and 02:00 and those of program no. 2 are 01:30 to 3:00, program no. 2 will be disregarded. 20. If necessary you may fine-tune the receive frequency. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose FREQUENCY and press the EDIT soft key. The frequency selected at step 10 appears.
FREQUENCY 03522.5 kHz
Frequency entry window 21. Enter frequency with the numeric keys and press the ENTER soft key. 22. Press the SAVE soft key.
SAVE YES NO
Save window 23. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose YES and push the [ENTER] knob. 24. Repeat steps 4-23 to set other timer schedules. 25. Press the RETURN soft key. 26. Press the START TIMER soft key.
START TIMER START STOP
Start timer options 26. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose START and press the ENTER soft key. 27. Press the RETURN soft key.
Receive data Station, date and time image received
JMH JUN/04 02:46
JMH JUN/05 01:29
JMH JUN/05 01:32
Note: If date or time is incorrect, confirm that data sentence ZDA is output.
Thumbnails of received images 2. Use the [ENTER] knob to select the facsimile image to process and then press the SELECT IMAGE soft key or push the [ENTER] knob. You can scroll the image with the trackball.
Zone/Station/Channel Station Frequency Index of Cooperation Drum speed at fax station Date received Time received
102N JMH 7305.0kHz IOC576 120rpm JUN/05 01:40 20
Scale Used for phase tuning. See para 2.5.1
EDIT IMAGE ZOOM IN ROTATE LOCK/ ERASE RETURN
Processing Facsimile Images
When the FAX-30 starts receiving a broadcast already in progress, or noise prevents detection of the phasing signal, the image may be divided into two parts by a thick black (or white) stripe called a dead sector. This phenomenon is due to phase mismatching. When this occurs, correct phase mismatching, after the facsimile has been received.
Dead sector (can be white)
Dead sector center at "15"
Example of phase mismatching 1. With a facsimile image displayed (see paragraph 2.4), press the EDIT IMAGE soft key.
102N JMH 7305.0kHz IOC576 120rpm JUN/05 01:10 20
SYNC NOISE REJECT EDIT COLOR RETURN
Facsimile image with dead sector 2. Press the PHASE soft key.
Phase entry window 3. Read the scale to find the center of the dead sector and enter it in the phase entry window. For example, in the illustration above the dead sector is centered at "15" on the scale, so you would enter 15. The setting range is 00 to 40. 4. Press the ENTER soft key. 5. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
Phasing signal out of synchronization
The SYNC soft key functions to fine-tune the phasing signal. If the dead sector is plotted at an angle even when the phase is properly selected, adjust the synchronization to display the dead sector straightly.
Example of phasing signal out of synchronization 1. With a facsimile image displayed (see paragraph 2.4), press the EDIT IMAGE soft key. 2. Press the SYNC soft key.
Sync entry window 3. Enter a sync value that displays the dead sector straightly. If the dead sectors appears as in the left-hand figure in example of phasing signals in the illustration above, enter a larger value and for the right-hand figure, enter a smaller value. The setting range is 50 to +50. 4. Press the ENTER soft key. 5. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
If noise speckles appear on the image, turn on the noise rejector as below to remove the noise. 1. With a facsimile image displayed (see paragraph 2.4), press the EDIT IMAGE soft key. 2. Press the NOISE REJECT soft key.
You may rotate facsimile images as follows: 1. Display the facsimile image you wish to process, referring to paragraph 2.4. 2. Press the ROTATE soft key. 3. Press the CW (Clockwise) soft key to rotate the image 90 clockwise; CCW (Counterclockwise) soft key to rotate it 90 counterclockwise.
Erasing Facsimile Images
You may erase facsimile images as below. 1. Press the WX FAX key at the standby display. 2. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to select an image. 3. Push the [ENTER] knob or press the SELECT IMAGE soft key.
102N JMH 7305.0kHz JUN/05 01:30 40
Facsimile image 4. Press the LOCK/ERASE soft key followed by the ERASE IMAGE soft key.
ERASE IMAGE YES NO
Erase image options 5. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose YES and press the ENTER soft key. 6. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
Preventing Erasure of Facsimile Images
When facsimile image storage capacity is exceeded, the oldest facsimile image is erased to make room for the latest. If you have an image that you want to keep, you can prevent its erasure by using the lock image feature. You can lock all images, however you may not be able to receive a new image if there is not sufficient memory remaining to store the new image. 1. Press the WX FAX key at the standby display. 2. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to select an image and then push the [ENTER] knob or press the SELECT IMAGE soft key. 3. Press the LOCK/ERASE soft key followed by the LOCK IMAGE soft key. 4. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose ON and press the ENTER soft key. 5. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display. The locked images data appears in red at the THUMBNAILS OF RECEIVED IMAGES screen. To release the lock image feature for a particular image, choose OFF at the step 4 in the above procedure.
Adding Facsimile Channels
The FAX-30 provides a free memory for the user to store 320 channels. 1. Press the [MENU] key to show the FAX-30 menu.
EDIT WX FAX STATION EDIT NAVTEX STATION FAX-30 SYSTEM SETUP
FAX-30 top 2. Press the EDIT WX FAX STATION soft key.
ZONE STATION CHANNEL REVERSE IMAGE FREQUENCY CALL SIGN STATION NAME
0 PRIVATE 0 PRV/ 0 00079.9 kHz
NORMAL 00079.9 kHz PRV -------------
Edit facsimile station menu 3. ZONE is selected; press the EDIT soft key.
0 PRIVATE 1 NORTHWEST PACIFIC 2 NORTHEAST PACIFIC 3 SOUTH PACIFIC/INDIAN 4 SOUTH ATLANTIC 5 NORTHWEST ATLANTIC 6 NORTHEAST ATLANTIC 7 NORTH ATLANTIC
TIMER PROGRAM No.2
ZONE STATION CHANNEL IOC
1: NORTHWEST PACIFIC 0: JMH/TOKYO 1 AUTO AUTO AUTO 00000.00 kHz
START TIME END TIME FREQUENCY
Timer program menu
3. Click the arrow button on ZONE and choose desired zone. 4. Click the arrow button on STATION and choose desired station. 5. Click the arrow button on CHANNEL and choose desired channel. (Most stations transmit the same message over several frequencies, so if you are unsure of the channel choose AUTO.) 6. Click the arrow button on IOC and choose desired IOC. IOC stands Index of Cooperation and is the line density standard assigned by WMO: IOC 576, high density, IOC 288, low density. If you are unsure of the IOC, choose AUTO for automatic selection of IOC. 7. Click the arrow button on SPEED and choose desired speed. This is the drum rotating speed at the facsimile station. If you are unsure of the speed, choose AUTO for automatic selection of speed. 8. Key in the start time in 24-hour notation. Key in a start time about two minutes earlier than actual start time to allow for detection of the start signal and press the ENTER soft key. 9. Key in the end time in 24-hour notation and press the ENTER soft key. Key in an end time about two minutes later than actual end time to allow for detection of the stop signal. Note: Two programs, which overlap each other, will cause the program having the later start time to be disregarded. For example, if the start and end times of program no. 1 are 01:00 and 02:00 and those of program no. 2 are 01:30 to 3:00, program no. 2 will be disregarded. 10. If necessary you may fine-tune the frequency at FREQUENCY. For a PC, enter numerical value from the keyboard. 11. Click ON below FREQUENCY. 12. Click OK. 13. Click <back or Back button several times to return to the top menu. 14. Repeat steps 2-13 to set other timer schedule. 15. Click START. 16. Click OK. 17. Click <back or Back button to return to the top menu. Then, the FAX-30 will receive facsimile broadcasts according to the timer schedule. Facsimile images are received line by line, taking 30-40 minutes to receive depending on the size of the image and drum rotation speed at the facsimile station. After a facsimile image is received it is compressed and stored in the image memory and then posted on the facsimile standby display screen. This process takes 3-5 minutes.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. At the facsimile standby display, click TIMER SETUP. Click PROGRAM LIST. Click the center column of the program no. you want to turn on or off. Click ON or OFF as appropriate. Click OK. Click <back or Back button to return to the top menu.
Navtex message data display 2. Press the RX SETUP soft key.
FREQUENCY STA. SELECTION MODE STATION SELECTION MESSAGE SELECTION MAX ERROR RATE ALARM (SAR MSG) ALARM (WARNING MSG) 518 kHz MANUAL. 33% OFF OFF RX SETUP
3. FREQUENCY is selected; press the EDIT soft key.
FREQUENCY 490 kHz 518 kHz
4. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose 490 kHz or 518 kHz depending on the station and press the ENTER soft key.
Appears when the mode is NAVTEX or FAX(TIMER)&NAVTEX
RX setup menu
Navtex frequency options
5. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose STA. SELECTION MODE and press the EDIT soft key.
STA. SELECTION MODE MANUAL AUTO
Navtex station mode options 6. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose navtex station selection method and press the [ENTER] soft key. AUTO requires position data, output through the network using the data sentence GGA or GLL. (See page 1-2.) 7. If you selected MANUAL at step 6, rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose STATION SELECTION and press the EDIT soft key, to choose station(s) from which to receive. For AUTO, go to step 9.
STATION SELECTION A B C D E F G H
Navtex station options 8. Select or deselect stations as desired: Rotate [ENTER] knob to choose station and push it to select or deselect. Check mark indicates station is selected; no check mark means deselected. 9. Press the ENTER soft key to return the RX SETUP menu. 10. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose MESSAGE SELECTION and press the EDIT soft key.
MESSAGE SELECTION A NAVIGATIONAL WARNING B METEOR. WARNING C ICE REPORT D SAR INFORMATION E METEOR. FORECAST F PILOT MESSAGE G DECCA MESSAGE H LORAN MESSAGE
Navtex message options 11. Select or deselect message categories as desired: Rotate [ENTER] knob to choose message category and push it to select or deselect. Check mark indicates message is selected; no check mark means deselected. 12. Press the ENTER soft key. 13. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose MAX ERROR RATE and press the EDIT soft key.
MAX ERROR RATE 33%
Max error rate entry window 14. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to enter maximum allowable error rate to use. The setting range is 0-33%. Any message with an error rate higher than that entered here will be rejected. 15. Press the ENTER soft key. 16. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose ALARM (SAR MSG) and press the EDIT soft key.
ALARM (SAR MSG) ON OFF
Alarm (SAR MSG) options 17. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose ON to get the audio alarm when an SAR (Search and Rescue) message is received, or OFF for no audio alarm when an SAR message is received. Note: Message category D must be selected to get the audio alarm. 18. Press the ENTER soft key. 19. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose ALARM (WARNING MSG) and press the EDIT soft key.
ALARM (WARNING MSG) ON OFF
Alarm (warning msg) options 20. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose ON to get the audio alarm when an A, B, or L category message is received, or choose OFF for no audio alarm. Note: Message category A, B or L must be selected to get the audio alarm. 21. Press the [RETURN] soft key. Note: When the above alarms are enabled, the audio alarm sounds and the speaker icon ( ) appears when an SAR message or category A, B, D or L message is received. Press the [CLEAR] key to silence the audio alarm. You can see which type of message you have received by pressing the [ALARM] key to display the alarm message board.
Previewing Incoming Navtex Messages
If you want to view a navtex message while it is being received, do the following: 1. At the standby display, press the NAVTEX soft key. If no messages have been received the display shows NO RECEIVED MESSAGES AVAILABLE.
SELECT MSG RCV NAVTEX RX SETUP
Navtex message selection screen 2. Press the RCV NAVTEX soft key.
518kHz MANUAL* SS=52 RCV ZCZC IAUTC JUNE 05 JAPAN NAVTEX N.W. NR 0775/2002 RECEIVE NAVTEX
Message being received
"AUTO LAT/LON" and OK or NG (No Good) shown in automatic reception.
Navtex message preview display 3. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to standby display.
Displaying Navtex Messages
Displaying navtex messages
1. At the standby display, press the NAVTEX soft key.
Station ID, Category, No. Date received Time received Frequency
1. IA55 2. IA53 3. IA52 4. IA48 JUN/06 JUN/06 JUN/06 JUN/06 03:57 03:58 03:59 04:01 518kHz SAR* 518kHz NEW# 518kHz NEW 518kHz NEW NAVTEX
2. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose the message to display. 3. Press the SELECT MSG soft key or push the [ENTER] knob.
Station ID (I), Category (A), Message No. (55) Date received Time received Frequency Error Rate
Sample navtex message 4. Press the RETURN soft key several times to return to the standby display.
* = "SAR" denotes SAR message. # = NEW means unread message, and it disappears when the power is turned off.
Navtex message selection screen
1A55 JUN/05 03:57 518kHz ERROR RATE=0.0% ZCZC IAUTC JUNE 05 JAPAN NAVTEX N.W. NR 0775/2002 ASHIKURI MISAKI, SOUTHWARD. FLARE DROPPING. 150930Z TO 151100Z JUNE, ALTERNATE 160930Z TO 161100Z JUNE. WITHIN 10 MILES OF 31-00N 133-00E. GEODETIC DATUM UNKNOWN.
518 kHz STATION ID1
Station ID1 entry window 9. Enter station ID (A-Z) and press the ENTER soft key. 10. If there are multiple stations, enter station ID in 518 kHz STATION ID2 or 490 kHz STATION ID2 as appropriate. 11. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose LATITUDE and press the EDIT soft key.
LATITUDE 0000' N
Latitude entry window 12. Enter the latitude of the station and press the ENTER soft key. Use the [NS] soft key to switch from North latitude to South latitude and vice versa. 13. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose LONGITUDE and press the EDIT soft key. Enter longitude of the station similar to how you entered latitude. Use the [WE] soft key to switch from West longitude to East longitude and vice versa. 14. Press the SAVE soft key. 15. Rotate the [ENTER] knob to choose YES and then push the [ENTER] knob. 16. Press the [MENU] key to close the menu.
NAVTEX OPERATION: NavNet3D, PC
The user may select which message categories to receive and the stations from which to receive them. Note 1: It is recommended to minimally receive categories A, B, D and L because they are important for navigation. Note 2: To learn more about navtex messages, see paragraph 4.4.2.
To receive navtex messages, set the receive mode for navtex only or fax & navtex, referring to paragraph 1.2.2 for the procedure.
5. NAVTEX OPERATION: PC
Setting Up Navtex Stations, Messages
You may freely select the navtex stations from which to receive and the messages categories to receive as follows: 1. At the navtex top menu, click RX SETUP.
STATION SELECTION MODE
STATION ID SELECTION A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 490 kHz STATION LIST 518 kHz STATION LIST MESSAGE ID SELECTION A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z MESSAGE LIST
MAX. ERROR RATE (0- 33 % 33%)
RX setup menu 2. Click the arrow button on FREQUENCY and choose desired frequency. 3. Click the arrow button on STATION SELECTION MODE and choose desired mode, AUTO or MANUAL. AUTO requires connection to the NavNet network and is not available in the PC-only configuration. The FAX-30 requires position data (data sentence GGA or GLL) and time data (data sentence ZDA), fed through the NavNet network.
4. Click desired stations in STATION ID SELECTION. Check mark indicates item is selected. (If you need help with station selection, click 490 kHz STATION LIST or 518 kHz STATION LIST for details.) 5. Check desired messages in MESSAGE ID SELECTION. Check mark indicates item is selected. (If you need help with message selection, click MESSAGE LIST for details.) 6. At MAX. ERROR RATE, enter the maximum allowable error rate to use. The setting range is 0-33 (%). Any message with an error rate higher than entered here will be rejected. For a PC, enter numerical value from keyboard. 7. Click OK and then click <back or Back button to return to the top menu.
6. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
Replacement of Fuse
The 2A fuse in the power cable protects the equipment from equipment fault and reverse polarity of the ships mains. If the fuse blows find the cause before replacing it. If it blows again after replacement, contact your dealer for advice.
This section provides simple troubleshooting that the user may follow to restore normal operation. Troubleshooting
Trouble NavNet display unit freezes Command from NavNet display unit not accepted Cannot read characters Noise but no signal Problem Jumbled memory Network not connected Remedy Turn the NavNet display unit off and on again. Reselect the FAX mode.
Fasten antenna connector. Loosened antenna connector Coaxial cable in antenna Replace antenna cable. cable is shorted or damaged. Multiple or overlapped Wrong speed setting Set correct speed. Speed image may be adjusted when manually receiving an image. Image is split. Image is out of phase. Set phase manually. Image is shrunk (or Wrong IOC Change IOC. IOC may be enlarged) vertically. adjusted when manually receiving an image. Image is filled with Noise Use the noise rejector to noise. remove noise. Improper setting of Review schedule. Timer schedule does schedule not start as scheduled. Cannot access Incorrect IP address or Check setting referring to FAX-30 from PC. subnet mask set on PC. page 7-8.
The diagnostics test displays program no. and tests the ROMs, RAM, receive ability, signal strength, signal-to-noise ratio and position data. The test results are displayed as OK or NG (No Good) for ROM, RAM, receive ability and position data. For any NG or abnormal value, contact your dealer for advice. 1. Press the [MENU] key to show the FAX-30 menu.
FAX-30 menu 2. Press the FAX-30 SYSTEM SETUP soft key.
TEST SIMULATION SETUP CLEAR MEMORY
System setup menu
3. Press the TEST soft key to start the test. The test results appear as shown below.
TEST PROGRAM NO. 0850188-XX 0850189-XX OK OK OK OK OK
XX = Version no. *1 SS = Signal Strength Display Range: 0-99 Typical Reading: 30-70 *2 SN = Signal-to-Noise Ratio Display Range: 0-99 Typical Reading: 20-60 *3 Requires data sentence GGA or GLL, output through the network.
Ambient Temperature Relative Humidity Waterproof Vibration -15C to +55C 95% at +40C IPX2 IEC 60945
SP - 1
N A M E
O U T L I N E UNIT FAX-30
SPARE PARTS SP08-01901
INSTALLATION MATERIALS CP08-01701
MJ CABLE ASSY. MJ CABLE ASSY.
INSTALLATION MATERIALS MJ-A3SPF0024-035C
/ TWO TYPES AND CODES MAY BE LISTED FOR AN ITEM. THE LOWER PRODUCT MAY BE SHIPPED IN PLACE OF THE UPPER PRODUCT. QUALITY IS THE SAME.
DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY.
2.6m *2 WHIP ANTENNA
3D-2V,10/20/30/40/50m M-P-3 FMA-1 1m ANT 3D-2V,15m,6 *1 *1 M-P-7 FMA-1 1m *3 M-P-3 *1 IV-2sq. POWER J32
EXTENSION CABLE KIT OP04-2 *2
PREAMP *2 FAX-5
*1 M-P-7 *1 RG-10/UY
*3 FUSE MJ-A3SPF MJ-A3SPF0024-035C,3.5m,10 2A 1 WHT (08S0358) 2 BLK 3
(+) (-) 0V
NAVNET NAVNET EQUIP. MJ-A6SPF0014-050C,5m,6
*2 MJ-A6SRMD/TM11AP8,0.5m (19S1005)
GND *1 IV-8sq.
ETHERNET J31 E_TD_P E_TD_N E_RD_P E_RD_N NC SHIELD
OR PC *1
DRAWN 6/Jun/08 CHECKED 6/Jun/08 APPROVED SCALE DWG.No.
NOTE *1. SHIPYARD SUPPLY. *2. OPTION. *3. FITTED AT FACTORY.
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Automatic fax receiving starting (NavNet)..2-1 starting (NavNet3D, PC)..3-1 stopping (NavNet)..2-4 stopping (NavNet3D, PC).3-1 processing (PC).. 3-5 saving (NavNet3D, PC). 3-9 FAX mode (NavNet).. 1-3 Fax station list.. AP-2 Fax station map.. AP-1
Image color NavNet.. 2-15 NavNet3D, PC.. 3-8 Image format NavNet.. 2-15 NavNet3D, PC.. 3-8
CCW soft key..2-16 CH SETUP soft key..2-2 CHANNEL soft key..2-3 CLEAR ALL soft key..2-11 Clearing data NavNet..6-5 (NavNet3D, PC..6-6 COLOR soft key..2-15 Controls (NavNet)..1-1 CW soft key..2-16
LOCK IMAGE soft key.. 2-17 LOCK/ERASE soft key.. 2-16 Logout.. 1-8
declare under our sole responsibility that the product Facsimile receiver Model FAX-30 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(Model name, serial number)
is in conformity with the essential requirements as described in the Directive 1999/5/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 1999 on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment (R&TTE Directive) and satisfies all the technical regulations applicable to the product within this Directive EN 60945: 1997-01 (IEC 60945 Third edition: 1996-11) IEC 60945 Fourth edition (FDIS): 2002-05-24 EN 60950: 2000 (IEC 60950 Third edition: 1999-04) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(title and/or number and date of issue of the standard(s) or other normative document(s))
For assessment, see Statement of Opinion No 02214145/AA/00 of 30 July 2002 issued by Telefication, The Netherlands EMC Test Report FLI 12-02-029 of 26 July 2002 prepared by Furuno Labotech International Co., Ltd. Safety Test Report FLI 12-02-030 of 25 July 2002 prepared by Furuno Labotech International Co., Ltd.
On behalf of Furuno Electric Co., Ltd.
Nishinomiya City, Japan April 13, 2007 --------------------------------------------------(Place and date of issue)
Hiroaki Komatsu Manager, International Rules and Regulations ----------------------------------------------------
(name and signature or equivalent marking of authorized person)
GENERAL Frequency FAX: NAVTEX: Class of Emission FAX: NAVTEX: Receiving System Number of Channels Scanning Speed IOC Display Color LF 80-160 kHz MF/HF 2-25 MHz 490 kHz, 518 kHz F3C/J3C F1B Double superheterodyne 1000 channels 60, 90, 120, 180 or 240 r.p.m., automatic or manual selection 576 or 288 automatic or manual selection Monochrome, 8 shades of gray, Blue shades, Pink and Black, Red and blue Ethernet 10 BASE-T TCP/IP 12-24 VDC, 1.0-0.5 A RAM: 128 MB or more Resolution: 1024 x 768 pixels Network Facility: Ethernet network facility required Browser: Internet Explorer Ver. 5.01 SP2/5.5 SP2/6.0 SP1 Netscape Communicator Ver. 4.78/6.2/7.0 Environment Temperature Waterproof -15C to +55C IPX2
Networking Interface POWER SUPPLY
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR PC OS: Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP CPU: 600 MHz or faster
EQUIPMENT LIST Standard 1. Receiver Unit FAX-30 2. Installation Materials and Spare Parts (including 5 m Power Cable) Option 1. Preamp Unit FAX-5 with 15 m cable 2. Whip Antenna for FAX-5 04S4176 3. Antenna Fixing Clamp OP08-11 4. Extension Kit for Antenna Cable OP-04-2 10/20/30/40/50 m 5. PC Adapter Cable MJ-A6SPF/TM11AP8C050 6. HUB Adapter Cable MJ-A6SRMD/TM11AP8-005
1 unit 1 set
2.0 kg 4.4 lb
Preamp Unit (option)
1.3 kg 2.9 lb
Whip Antenna Printer PC
217 8.5" 210 8.3" 150 5.9"
Preamp Unit FAX-m Receiver Unit Printer PC
300 11.8" 285 11.2" 264 10.4"
Printer 5m PC HUB* Option Locally arranged
8 0.3" 12 0.5"
* Not required to connect single PC. NOTE: FAX-30 cannot be accessed by more than one PC at a time.
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Denmead, Hampshire, U.K. Phone: +44 2392-230303 Fax: +44 2392-230101
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FURUNOs cost effective solution for gathering crucial Weather/Navigation information on a PC
The FURUNO FAX-30 can turn any commercial PC into a weather fax and NAVTEX receiver. This "BlackBox" receiver unit allows direct connection with a single Ethernet cable to a commercial PC showing weather charts and satellite images. The standard package includes the receiver unit and installation materials. An optional antenna and Windows based PC are required for basic operation. The information can be viewed simply by using an Internet browser, there is no complicated software to learn. Print out the weather and NAVTEX information by using a printer interfaced with a PC. In addition, the FAX-30 has no mechanical moving parts, which provides maintenancefree and cost-effective solutions for safety information gathering. The FAX-30 receives weather map broadcasts from a fax transmitting station working under World Meteorological Organization (WMO) standards. Up to twelve received pictures can be stored on the internal memory. Drum speeds, Index of Cooperation (IOC), and other essential parameters are manually or automatically selected to ensure quality reception. The fax station, which provides optimum image quality, can be searched utilizing the auto channel mode. The station is selected according to the quality of the signal reception. Phase and synchronization can be adjusted even after the reception is completed. The stored pictures can be freely rotated or zoomed in/out on the screen. Display colors are selectable from three patterns of color, eight tones of gray scale and monochrome. With a built-in NAVTEX receiver, you can view up to 130 recently received NAVTEX messages. The NAVTEX messages cannot be received while receiving FAX images.
sBlackBox unit connects directly to a PC with a printer through a single Ethernet cable. sPresents weather charts, satellite images and NAVTEX messages on a PC screen sSelected images/messages can be printed out from a printer interfaced with a PC sNoise Rejection for clearer images
sThumbnail view for easy selection of stored images sBuilt-in NAVTEX receiver
(The receiver does not conform to GMDSS regulations.)
sStorage of up to twelve images and 130 NAVTEX messages on internal memory sFully automatic facsimile operation with a built-in schedule timer
sFacsimile images available in color, gray scale sStraightforward operation by using web or monochrome browser such as Internet Explorer or Netscape
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