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Unsync condition (MES is not synchronized with satellite) continues for six minutes. (UNSYNC appears at the bottom of the screen.) BBER is over 80% (BBER of 080 or higher appears on the system status monitor.)
Note: The equipment cannot scan automatically in the above two situations. Reselect ocean region referring to paragraph 7.2.
Printer has no paper No data is received from internal or external GPS navigator Update position alert (manual position input) when position has not been updated for four hours. Equipment trouble (synthesizer, oscillator, etc.)
MES ALARMS AND INCOMING MESSAGES

ALARM UNIT

Distress Alert/Received Call Unit IC-305

Alarm Unit IC-306

Printer PP-510 (option)
The PP-510 prints transmitted and received messages. The POWER switch is on the right side of the unit. The lamp on the switch lights when the power is on. If the paper is set correctly the ON LINE lamp also lights. When both those lamps are lit, the printer is ready to print information received from the terminal unit. For further details, refer to the PP-510s operators manual.

Printer PP-510

Standby Display
After the equipment is turned on and the diagnostic test has been conducted, the standby display appears, showing the system status monitor. The system status monitor provides various operating information. For a detailed description, see paragraph 8.4.
File Edit Transmit EGC Reports Logs Options Setup Position StopAlarm
Date Time Position Waypoint Course Speed Current NCS Current Channel Current TDM MES Status GPS Status DCE Memory
02-02-25 01:32 (UTC) LAT 34:30.00N LON 135:00.00E LAT LON 345.5 DEG 10.2 KTS 344 (IOR) LOGOUT NCS CC NCS CC Idle **** 32818 Bytes free
BBER C/N Send Level Rx AGC Level REF Offset Freq Synthe Local VCXO Control
IMN: OK ( 0 dB) OK ( 0) OK (254) OK ( 0 Hz) OK 131
Antenna Power Supply Water Temperature Water Current Direction Speed Depth
OK 68.2 DEG 232 DEG 1.9 KTS
Current State: IDLE DCE F15 Ver. ##

Retuning NCS: IOR

LOGOUT
02-02-25 01:32 (UTC) LAT: 34:30.00N LON: 135:00.00E
##: Program Version No. of RF CON Board
Standby display After the diagnostic test has been completed, the equipment automatically starts synchronizing itself with a satellite. When the indication Retuning is replaced with SYNC(NCS), the synchronization process is completed. Then, you are ready to receiving EGC messages. For further details see paragraph 2.4. Note: When the caution shown below appears, it is necessary to change the LES ID in the distress alert setup to match current ocean region. For further details, see paragraph 6.2.

Satellite NCS common channel

LES1 Ch1

Information Provider * Meteorological body * Navtex station * Coast guard * Rescue center * Shipping company, etc.

LES2 Ch2

MES NCS
Ch1-Ch3 are dedicated channels for each LES.
The EGC system Three EGC services are available: 1) SafetyNETTM This provides a means for information providers to distribute Maritime Safety Information (MSI) from shore-to-ship. Authorized information providers include: a) Hydrographic Offices, for navigational warnings b) National Weather Services, for meteorological warnings and forecasts c) Rescue Co-ordination Center, for shore-to-ship distress alerts and other urgent information d) International Ice Patrol, for North Atlantic ice hazards
2) FleetNETTM This service allows authorized information providers such as commercial subscription services, shipping companies and governments, which have registered with a LES that supports FleetNETTM, to broadcast messages to selected group of MESs. Typical applications of FleetNETTM are a) b) c) d) e) Fleet or company broadcasts News broadcasts Commercial weather services Market quotations Government broadcasts to all vessels on a countrys registration
3) System EGC system-related is sent by Inmarsat to certain ship groups and geographical areas.

EGC setup

The FELCOM 15 receives EGC messages directed to its present position and Navarea without further programming. The EGC Setup screen lets you choose additional areas for which to receive messages and also the Navtex station and type of message for Coastal Warning (NAVTEX Re-broadcast). 1. Press the [F8] key to display the Setup menu.
Setup menu 2. Press the [5] key to display the EGC Setup menu.
Setup EGC Setup Receive EGC Area Additional Position Navarea Fixed Area Waypoint (from NAV Equipment) : :
NAVTEX Station Code Type of Message (Can't reject other report) Ice reports OFF OMEGA messages Meteo. forecasts OFF SATNAV messages Pilot service OFF Other navaid msg DECCA messages OFF QRU (no message) LORAN messages OFF

OFF OFF OFF OFF

EGC setup menu The cursor is selecting Additional Position, where you can enter the L/L position of an ocean region you want to receive broadcasts about. Press the [Enter] key to open the additional position entry window. Enter position as follows: a) Enter latitude (XX XXX). b) Press the [N] or [S] key as appropriate to enter coordinate. c) Enter longitude (XXX XXX). d) Press the [E] or [W] key as appropriate enter coordinate. Press the [Enter] key to close the additional position entry window. Press the [] key to choose Navarea.

7. Press the [Enter] key to open the navarea entry window.
EGC setup menu, Navarea entry window 8. Enter additional Navarea(s) (I-XVI, up to nine) in two digits, referring to the illustration below for code number.
Navareas 9. Press the [Enter] key to close the navarea entry window. Note: Fixed Area is where you enter fixed areas (max. 3) for chart correction service. However, this service is not yet available; enter no data. 10. Press the [] key to choose Waypoint.
11. Press the [Enter] key to open the waypoint options window.

Setup EGC Setup

Receive EGC Area : : Additional Position Navarea Fixed Area Waypoint (from NAV Equipment) OFF ON OFF NAVTEX Station Code Type of Message (Can't reject other report) Ice reports OFF OMEGA messages Meteo. forecasts OFF SATNAV messages Pilot service OFF Other navaid msg DECCA messages OFF QRU (no message) LORAN messages OFF
EGC setup menu, waypoint options window 12. Choose ON to receive broadcasts for the area which contains the destination waypoint set on the navigator. 13. Press the [Enter] key to close the waypoint options window. 14. Press the [] key to choose Station Code. 15. Press the [Enter] key to open the station code entry window.
EGC setup menu, station code entry window 16. Enter the navtex station code (A-Z) of the navarea, in upper case alphabet. For details about navtex stations, consult the operators manual of the navtex receiver. 17. Press the [Enter] key to close the station code entry window. 18. Choose message type to receive: Use the arrow keys to choose message type, press the [Enter] key, choose ON or OFF as appropriate, and press the [Enter] key. Note: Navtex messages Coastal navigational information, Meteorological warning and Search and rescue alert (they do not appear on the EGC Setup menu) must always be received.
19. Press the [Esc] key to open the update window.
NAVTEX Station Code Type of Message (Can't reject other report) Ice reports OFF OMEGA messages OFF Meteo. forecasts OFF SATNAV messages Update OFF Pilot service OFF Other navaid msg OFF DECCA messages OFF QRU (no message) Yes OFF No LORAN messages OFF

LES List

The LES List provides for storage of 44 LES names per ocean region. By entering approximate toll charges in the LES list, you can see that information on the Transmit message menu.

Displaying toll charges

Main LESs (LES name and ID) are already registered; but, toll charges are not. To display toll charges when transmitting do the following: 1. Press the [F8] key to display the Setup menu.
Setup menu 2. Press the [9] key to display the Configuration menu.
Setup Configuration 1. Station List 2. LES List 3. EGC Channel List 4. NCS Channel List 5. E-Mail/ SMS Service List 6. Save/Load 8. Directories 9. Configuration

Configuration menu

3. Press the [2] key to display the LES List.
LES List Ctrl+P: Print ENTER: List Entry ESC: Quit No AOR (WEST) Name Telenor S.S.Inc Stratos M.N KDDI Telenor S.S.AS AOR (EAST) Name Telenor S.S.Inc Stratos M.N. KDDI Telenor S.S.AS Telecom Italia POR Name Telenor S.S.Inc Stratos M.N KDDI IOR Name Stratos M.N. KDDI Telenor S.S.AS OTE VSNL Korea Telecom

Korea Telecom

LES list 4. Using the arrow keys, choose the LES for which you want to enter toll charges. For example, choose KDDI in IOR. 5. Press the [Enter] key.
Setup Configuration LES List Ctrl+P: Print ENTER: List Entry ESC: Quit No AOR (WEST) Name Telenor S.S.Inc Stratos M.N. KDDI Telenor S.S.AS AOR (EAST) Name POR Name IOR Name Stratos M.N. KDDI Telenor S.S.NS OTE VSNL Korea Telecom
Telenor S.S.Inc Telenor S.S.Inc Name : NETELY/BT/TELEN GOONHILLY ID : 005 BURUM/YAMAGUCHI YAMAGUCHI Remarks : EIK/TELENOR Charge (US$/256bit) FUCINO TELEX *****.** FAX *****.** E-Mail *****.** KUMSAN SMS *****.** PSDN *****.** X400 *****.** DNID *****.** SPEC *****.** Erase the Name to delete this LES.
LES list, LES data entry window 6. Press the [] key to choose TELEX and press the [Enter] key to open the text entry window. 7. Enter telex charges (per 256 bit) and press the [Enter] key. Enter the toll charges assigned by LES. 8. Enter toll charges for other items similarly. 9. Press the [Esc] key to return to the LES list. 10.Press the [Esc] key three times to return to the standby display.
Registering LES to LES list
Follow the procedure below to register a newly constructed LES. For LES ID see the Appendix. 1. Press the [F8], [9] and [2] keys to show the LES list. 2. Use the arrow keys to place the cursor where desired. For example, choose 005 in the AOR(WEST) column.
Setup Configuration LES List Ctrl+P: Print ENTER: List entry ESC: Quit

No 07 08

AOR (WEST) Name
Telenor S.S.Inc Stratos M.N KDDI Telenor S.S.AS

AOR (EAST) Name

LES ID 022

Remarks USA CANADA JAPAN NORWAY NETHERLANDS FRANCE AUSTRALIA
+++++ AOR (EAST) +++++ LES ID No. Name Telenor S.S.Inc

Remarks USA

Sample LES list printout 3. To return to the standby display, press the [Esc] key three times.

Station List

Adding stations to the station list
The FELCOM 15 provides an address book for storing 99 station IDs. Enter station IDs as below. 1. Press the [F8] key to display the Setup menu. 2. Press the [9] key to display the Configuration menu. 3. Press the [1] key to display the Station List.
Group Station Name abc xyz Seagull

Code ID / Address

E-Mail abc@ furuno.co.jp E-Mail xyz@ furuno.co.jp TELEX 584 463609999
Page Up, Page Down: Move Ctrl+P: Print Sort (Ctrl+G: Group, Ctrl+N: Station Name, Ctrl+T: Type)
Sample station list Note: You may sort the list by group name, station name or communication type as follows: Group name: Each press of [Ctrl] + [G] sorts the list by group name, ascending or descending order. Station name: Each press of [Ctrl] + [N] sorts the list by station name, in ascending or descending order. Comm. type: Each press of [Ctrl] + [T] sorts the list by communication type, in ascending or descending order. 4. Press the [] key to place the cursor on a blank line. 5. Press the [Enter] key.
Station Group Station Name Destination Type Prefix Code Country Code Station ID Modem Type Address Remarks
Erase the Name to delete this station.

Station list items

6. Press the [Enter] key to open the station group entry window. 7. Enter station group name, using up to five characters. 8. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 9. Press the [] key to choose Station Name. 10. Press the [Enter] key to open the station name entry window. 11. Enter station name, using up to 15 characters. 12. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 13. Press the [] key to choose Destination Type. 14. Press the [Enter] key to open the destination type window.
TELEX FAX E-Mail SMS PSDN X400 DNID SPEC TELEX (Prefixed) FAX (Prefixed) PSDN (Prefixed) X400 (Prefixed) DNID (Prefixed) SPEC (Prefixed)
Destination (communication) type options
Telex communication Facsimile service E-mail (electronic mail) Service Short Message Service Packet Switched Data Network - to an office computer via a data network using X.25 standard. X400: For future use DNID: Data Network ID. Not used. SPEC: Ship-to shore requests for safety service, accessed by using special 2-digit codes 15. Press the [] or [] key to choose destination type desired. 16. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. Follow appropriate procedure on the next several pages. TELEX: FAX: E-Mail: SMS: PSDN:
Procedure for Telex 1. Press the [] key to choose Country Code. 2. Press the [Enter] key. 3. For ship-to-shore telex, enter international telex country code; ship-to-ship telex, enter ocean region. A list of international telex country codes appears in the Appendix. Ocean Region AOR-East: 581 POR: 582 IOR: 583 AOR-West: 584 4. Press the [Enter] key. 5. Press the [] key to choose Station ID.

E-Mail/SMS Service List 1. Station List LES Name AOR.W 2. LES List 3. EGC Channel List 001 Telenor 01 4. NCS Channel List S.S.Inc 012 Xantic (NED) 02 5. E-Mail Service List 002 Stratos M.N. Telenor S.S.AS 04 8. Directories 003 KDDI 05 9. Configuration Singapore T. France Telecom Xantic (AUS) 08

AOR.E POR 321 322

IOR 321 322
Setup menu, E-Mail/SMS service list
4. Press the [] to choose a blank line in the Station Name column and then press the [Enter] key.
Service LES Name Service ID (E-Mail) (SMS) LES ID(AORW) (AORE) (POR) (IOR) To: Cc: Subject: Separator: SMS: Attach File(MIME)
Enter data for LES which offers e-mail services. For details contact LES directly. Example Enter data of the KDDI LES as follows: Service LES Name Service ID (E-Mail) Service ID (SMS) LES ID (AORW) (AORE) (POR) (IOR) To: Cc: Subject: Separator: SMS: Attach File(MIME) KDDI To: CC: Subject: Blank Blank ON(UUENCODE)
5. Press the [Enter] key to open the service LES name entry window.
Service LES Name Service ID (E-Mail) Service ID (SMS) LES ID(AORW) (AORE) (POR) (IOR) To: Cc: Subject: Separator: SMS: Attach File(MIME)
Service station list, service station name entry window 6. Type in LES which provides e-mail service. 7. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 8. Press the [] key to choose Service ID (E-Mail). 9. Press the [Enter] key to open the service ID entry window. 10. Enter E-mail Service ID (Special Access) Code. 11. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 12. Press the [] key to choose Service ID (SMS). 13. Press the [Enter] key to open the Service ID (SMS) entry window. 14. Enter SMS Service ID (Special Access Code) 15. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 16. Press the [] key to choose LES ID. 17. Press the [Enter] key to open the LES ID entry window. 18. Enter ID of AOR-W. 19. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 20. Repeat steps 17-19 to enter AOR-East, POR and IOR.
21. Press the [] key to choose To:. 22. Press the [Enter] key to open the to header entry window. 23. Type appropriate To header (for example, TO:, to+, etc.). 24. Press the [Enter] key to close the to header entry window. 25. Press the [] key to choose Cc:. 26. Press the [Enter] key to open the Cc header entry window. 27. Type appropriate Cc header (for example, CC:, cc+, etc.). 28. Press the [Enter] key to close the Cc header entry window. 29. Press the [] key to choose Subject:. 30. Press the [Enter] key to open the subject entry window. 31. Type appropriate Subject header (for example, Subject:, subject+, etc.). 32. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 33. Press the [] key to choose Separator. 34. Press the [Enter] key to open the separator entry window. 35. Type appropriate Separator (for example, blank space, STX:, etc.). 36. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 37. Press the [] key to choose SMS. 38. Press the [Enter] key to open the SMS window. 39. If it is necessary to enter special Prefix sms+ before telephone number, enter the keyword now. For example, for Singapore Telecom enter sms+8190123456789. 40. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 41. Press the [] key to choose Attach File (MIME). 42. Press the [Enter] key to open the Attach File (MIME) window. 43. Choose ON(BASE64), ON(UUENCODE) or OFF as appropriate. BASE64: General text converter UUENCODE: UNIX text converter 44. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 45. Press the [Esc] key four times to return to the standby display.

E-mail Setup

Choose the LES where to forward e-mail. Also, you may need to register with an LES which provides e-mail services. 1. Press the [F8] key to display the Setup menu. 2. Press the [7] key to choose E-mail Setup.

E-Mail Setup

LES Name 01 Telnor S.S.Inc Comsat AOR.W AOR.E POR 201 IOR 321
6. Auto Mode Setup 7. E-Mail Setup 8. Directories 9. Configuration
E-mail setup 3. Press the [Enter] key to open the e-mail station list.
E-Mail Setup LES Name Telenor S.S.Inc Xantic (NED) Stratos M.N. Telenor S.S.AS KDDI Singapore T. France Telecom Xantic (AUS) AOR.W AOR.E POR IOR 321 322
E-mail station list 4. Press the [] or [] key to choose the LES where e-mail is to be sent. 5. Press the [Enter] key. 6. Press the [Esc] key twice to return to the standby display.
Saving, Loading System Settings
You can save system settings to a floppy disk and load them into the terminal unit. This is useful for having a backup copy of system settings.

2.12.1

Saving system settings to a floppy disk
1. Insert a formatted floppy disk in the disk drive. (For how to format a floppy disk, see paragraph 3.3.1.) 2. Press the [F8] key to show the Setup menu. 3. Press the [9] key to open the Configuration menu. 4. Press the [6] key to choose Save/Load.
Save/Load Save to FD Load from FD
5. Save to FD is selected; press the [Enter] key.
Save to FD 1. ALL 2. Station List 3. LES List 4. E-Mail/SMS Service List 5. Other
6. Key in the numeric corresponding to the item you want to save. Then, the OK to save? appears. ALL: All contents (Distress Alert Setup) Station List: Station List LES List: LES List E-Mail/SMS Service List: E-mail service/SMS service list Other: Other than Distress Alert Setup menu, Station List, LES List, E-mail service/SMS service list. 7. Yes is selected; press the [Enter] key to save chosen system setting to the floppy disk.

2.12.2

Loading system settings to the terminal unit
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Insert floppy disk which contains system settings in the disk drive. Press the [F8] key to show the Setup menu. Press the [9] key to open the Configuration menu. Press the [6] key to choose Save/Load. Press the [] key to choose Load from FD and press the [Enter] key.
Load from FD 1. ALL 2. Station List 3. LES List 4. E-Mail/SMS Service List 5. Other
6. Press appropriate numeric key to choose the item to load. The OK to load window appears. 7. Yes is selected; press the [Enter] key to load chosen system setting.

<[1] UNTITLED1>

0001 WE ARE CONFIDENT THAT YOU WILL ENJOY MANY YEARS OF OPERATION WITH 0002 THIS INMARSAT STANDARD C MOBILE EARTH STATION CONGRATULATIONS 0003 CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR CHOICE OF FURUNO FELCOM

Highlight

----*---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------<
TELEX 173 Char. [ Line 2/ 3 Col. 55 ] [Insert ]
Appearance of highlighted text 3. Press the [F2] key to choose the Edit menu.
Edit 1. Cut DEL 2. Copy ALT-C 3. Paste INS 4. Insert (With Citation) 5. Select All ALT-A 6. Search or Replace 7. Goto Line 8. Time or Pos. Ins 9. Change Window ALT-V
Edit menu 4. Press the [1] key to choose Cut. The highlighted text is cut and the remaining text is reformatted. If a mistake is made, you can immediately restore the text by pressing the [Ins] key.
5. To move text to a new location after it has been cut, place the cursor at the exact spot in the message where the cut text is to start. When the text cursor is placed correctly, press the [F2] key and then the [3] (Paste) key. Copying and pasting text 1. Choose the text you want to copy.
<[1] UNTITLED1> 0001 THE FURUNO FELCOM INMARSAT STANDARD C MOBILE EARTH STATION, A 0002 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS UNIT PACKAGE FOR VIRTUALLY EVERY VESSEL.
TELEX 131 Char. [ Line 2/ 2 Col. 66 ] [Insert ]
Appearance of highlighted text 2. Press the [F2] key to display the Edit menu. 3. Press the [2] key to choose Copy. The text selected is copied to the clipboard. 4. Place the cursor at the exact spot on the message where the copied text is to start.
<[1] UNTITLED1> 0001 THE FURUNO FELCOM INMARSAT STANDARD C MOBILE EARTH STATION, A 0002 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS UNIT PACKAGE FOR VIRTUALLY EVERY VESSEL. 0003 Cursor
Cursor selects location where to paste text 5. Press the [F2] key followed by the [3] key. The text is placed at the cursor location.
<[1] UNTITLED1> 0001 THE FURUNO FELCOM INMARSAT STANDARD C MOBILE EARTH STATION, A 0002 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS UNIT PACKAGE FOR VIRTUALLY EVERY VESSEL. 0003 UNIT
TELEX 137 Char. [ Line 3/ 3 Col. 5] [Insert ]
Text pasted at cursor location
Insert (with Citation) When you reply to a received message, you can insert the received message. > is placed at the head of the received message to distinguish it from your message. Select All Chooses the entire current file for cut and copy. Search and Replace Searching text The Search feature lets you search for text in a forward or backward direction. 1. At the Edit menu, press the [6] key to choose 6 Search or Replace.
Search or Replace 1. Search Alt-F 2. Replace Alt-R
Search and replace menu 2. Press the [1] key to choose 1. Search.

Open 1. New ALT-N SEIZOU 2. Open ALT-O 3. Close FURUNO FELCOM INMARSAT STANDARD C MOBILE EARTH STATION, A ALT-Q THE 4. Save ALT-S SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS UNIT PACKAGE FOR VIRTUALLY EVERY VESSEL. UNIT 5. Delete ALT-D 6. Rename 7. Print ALT-P
Partial view of a file 5. Press the [Enter] key. A few moments later the contents of the file appear on the screen and the title bar shows the file name. You may repeat this procedure to load a second file into a working area.

Switching between files

You can switch between files by pressing the [9] key (Change Window) on the Edit menu ([F2]), or pressing Alt+V on the editor screen.

ABC FURUNO

1 [F2] 2 9: Change Window
or [ALT] + [V] How to alternate display of files in working area 1 and 2.
How to switch between files
Opening a file when both working areas are occupied
If both working areas in the memory are occupied when you attempt to open a file, you are asked if you want to save the file currently chosen before closing it to open another file.

Save this message?

Prompt for closing a file 1. To save the file, press the [Enter] key. (Choose No and press the [Enter] key if you do not need to save the file. Go to step 4.)
Save 1. New ALT-N NT THAT YOU WILL ENJOY MANY YEARS OF OPERATION WITH ] 2. [A:\SEIZOSE Open ALT-O STANDARD C MOBILE EARTH STATION FELCOM Filename Date & IF FURUNO FELCOM. ON 3. Close ALT-Q SSize YOUR CHOICETime 901 02-02-25 20:54 ABC281 ALT-S. 4. Save 42 02-02-25 02:13 COIEKI. 5. Delete ALT-D 42 02-02-25 05:42 COMTEST. 6. Rename 868 02-02-25 02:33 E0970715.02-02-25 02:52 E0970715.002 7. Print ALT-P 6794 02-02-25 02:59 E0970715.003 8. Format Disk 864 02-02-25 03:13 E0970715.02-02-25 03:48 E0970715.005 9. MIME (Decode) 74 Files exist 578560 bytes free ----*---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------< To Remove Dir: DEL ASCIIView: SPACE Make Dir: INS Col. 4 } [Insert ]
Save window 2. To enter same file name as edited file, press the [Enter] key.
File already exists. Overwrite? Yes No
Overwrite file window 3. Yes is selected; press the [Enter] key. 4. Press the [] or [] key to choose file to open and then press the [Enter] key.
Saving a File Under a New Name
1. 2. 3. 4. Open a file referring to paragraph 3.4.1. Edit the file. Press the [F1] key. Press the [3] (Close) or [4] (Save) key depending on your objective. [3] saves the file and closes the screen; [4] saves file and keeps position on the screen.
Save window 5. For Close, press the [Enter] key. 6. Press the [Backspace] key to delete original file name. Enter file name for new file.

Send Message Log No. 05 Message File ABC DEF GHI JKL MNO Station FURUNO FURUNO ASDFASDF LES KDDI KDDI KDDI KDDI ABCDEFGHIJ KDDI Priority Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Delivery Send Status Waiting Sending 02-02-26 9:40 OCC(002) 02-02-25 20:16 02-01-23 16:09 Complete

ENTER: Show Details

Send message log 3. Press the [] or [] key to choose a file. 4. Press the [Enter] key to show data.
Up to 10 stations displayed in case of multiple addressees
Send Message Detail Destination Type: E-Mail Station abc@furuno.co.jp Attach File ABC DEF

Attachment file

Subject Test LES ID: 203 (KDDI) Message Ref. No. : 00001125

Number assigned by LES

Send message details (example: e-mail 5. Press the [Esc] key three times to return to the standby display.

Receiving

When a message is received
Each time the FELCOM 15 receives a telex or e-mail it displays the message Successful Receiving message. If Auto Receive Message Save and Auto Receive Message Print in the Auto Mode Setup are set for ON, the message is automatically saved and printed (except confidential and password affixed messages). Received message alarm If Receive Alarm in the Auto Mode Setup menu is set for ON, the audio sounds when a telex or e-mail is received. You may silence the alarm with the [F10] key. Receive message Each message received is assigned a message number. This number is also used when saving the file to a floppy disk.
R Receive 0 0: main DTE 1: ext. DTE 2 day 5. 1

receive message no.

Message number Log The Log (see paragraph 4.3) shows message number, priority, date and time of transmission, LES ID and file size (in bytes) of the latest 50 received and transmitted messages. Printing When Auto Receive Message Print in the Auto Mode Setup menu is set for ON, received messages (except confidential and password affixed messages) are automatically printed. Manual printing is also available. Saving and filing Received messages are filed in the Display Message List, at the terminal unit specified with Message Output Port on the System Setup menu. The Display Message List shows the following: Received message no. LES ID Priority File size (in bytes) Message classification Password for confidential messages Date and time of transmission Status

Options Test 1. Login 2.1. PV Test Logout PV Test 3.2. PV Test Result Abort 4.3. Self Test Select NCS 5.4. Distress Alarm Button Test Ocean Region 6. Test
PV test screen 5. Yes is selected; press the [Enter] key to transmit the PV test request to NCS.
Options Test 1. Login 2.1. PV Test Logout PV Test 3.2.Starting PV Test Process. AbortTest Result PV 4.3.PressTest key to escape. Select NCS Self any 5.4. Distress Alarm Button Test Ocean Region 6. Test
PV test screen Note: If the terminal unit is not idle when the test is initiated, the screen displays Ignored: MES is not idle now. Cannot start PV Test. And if you are not logged in, Ignored: MES is not Login. Please operate Login. appears. 6. Press the [Esc] key to return to the standby display. 7. The (automatic) testing sequence is as follows: a) The screen displays Current State: Idle (pending!) when you receive the acknowledge signal from the NCS. b) When preparations for testing have been completed, Current State: TESTING appears at the bottom of the screen. Further, the following message appears.
Automatic test mode: Normal communication disabled. Do not press any distress button unless you are in distress.
c) Receive a message from the LES. Send a test message to the LES. d) Then, the distress alert test is automatically conducted after you have sent a test message. Do not operate the equipment at this time. e) When testing has been completed, Current State: IDLE appears at the bottom of the screen.
8. The test results appear on the PV Test Result screen. See the next section for how to interpret the results.
Displaying PV test results
1. At the standby display, press the [F7] key to display the Options menu. 2. Press the [7] key to display the Test menu.
Options Test 1. Login 2.1. PV Test Logout 3.2. PV Test Result Abort 4.3. Diagnostic Test Select NCS 5.4. Distress Alarm Button Test Ocean Region 6. Test
Test menu 3. Press the [2] key to choose PV Test Result.
Options Test 1. Login 2.1. PV Test Logout PV Test Result 3.2. PV Test Result Abort Ctrl+P: Print ESC: Quit 4.3. Self Test Select NCS 5.4.Test DateAlarm Button Test02-02-25 01:58 (UTC) Ocean RegionTime Distress & 6. Test Attempts First attempt BBER Pass Shore-to-Ship Attempts First attempt Ship-to Shore Attempts First attempt Distress Alert Pass (Test OK) Signal strength Pass (Greater than Std level + 10dB) Overall Result Pass (Applicable tests pass)

* = Requires data from appropriate sensor.

Replacing the Battery

The lithium battery in the terminal unit is used to backup system settings when the power is turned off. The life of this battery is about five years, however actual life depends on usage. When the battery is dead, the terminal unit automatically reverts to default system settings. When this occurs, contact your dealer to request replacement of the battery. Lithium Battery Name: BATT(MN-LI) Code No.: 000-144-941-10 Type: CR2450-F2ST2L

Replacing the Fuse

The 15A fuse (for 12 VDC) or 7A fuse (for 24 VDC) in the power cable protects the equipment from overcurrent and reverse polarity. If the fuse blows, find out the case before replacing it. If it blows again after replacement, contact your dealer for advice. Be sure to use the correct fuse. Use of a wrong will damage the equipment and void the warranty.
Use the proper fuse. Use of a wrong fuse can result in damage to the equipment.
12 VDC Code No.: 000-155-827-10 Type: FGBO 125V 15A PBF 24 VDC Code No. 000-155-831-10 Type: FGBO 125V 7A PBF

Error Messages

This section describes the more commonly seen error messages and the means to restore normal operation. If normal operation cannot be restored, contact your dealer for advice.
Equipment trouble messages
Messages in this category are prefixed with TROUBLE:. Equipment trouble messages
Error Message ANT power voltage abnormality. Carrier power level. Meaning Antenna power voltage. Action Have a licensed radiocommunications technician check the set. Have a licensed radiocommunications technician check the set.
Carrier power level too high or too low.
DISTRESS ALERT UNIT Fault. DMC connection abnormality. EEPROM ERROR. ALARM UNIT Fault. Invalid MES ID, This equipment is defected. Please contact FURUNO. Synthesizer UNLOCK.
Trouble at Distress Alert Check that the IC-305 is Unit/Received Call Unit IC-305. powered and connected to the FELCOM. Trouble at Distress Message Check that the DMC-5 is Controller DMC-5. powered and connected to the FELCOM. EEPROM trouble. Trouble at Alarm Unit IC-306. Contact a FURUNO agent or dealer for advice. Check that the IC-306 is powered and connected to the FELCOM. Have a licensed radiocommunications technician check the set. Have a licensed radiocommunications technician check the set.

International Telegraphy Alphabet
No. 8 BELL* ( ). , 3 ? : FIGURES LETTERS A B C No. FIGURES ' = 2 / 6 + LETTERS Q R S T U V W X Y Z

F G H I J K L M N O P

CARRIAGE RETURN LINE FEED LETTERS FIGURES SPACE BLANK

* = Cannot be entered.

Messages
Below are the various operational messages and their meanings. Messages are arranged according to function key.

[F1] File

1. "Overwrite?" You are asked if you are sure to overwrite file name entered. 2. "OK to save?" You are asked if you are sure to save a file. 3. "OK to delete file?" You are asked if it is OK to delete selected file. 4. "Can't delete." File cannot be deleted. 5. "Enter new filename" Enter a new file name (to save file under new name.) 6. "Can't rename." Cannot rename file. 7. "Insert new disk for drive " You are asked to insert a floppy disk in the disk drive. 8. "And select media type" Select media type of floppy disk. 9. "Format start." Formatting of the disk begins. 10. "xx% Completed." Percentage of floppy disk formatted. 11. "Format completed. " Formatting of floppy disk completed. 12. "Format failed." Could not format floppy disk. 13. "Press any key to escape." Press any key to escape and erase message shown. 14. "Abort process." Formatting aborted. 15. "Drive not ready." No floppy disk in disk drive. 16. "Write protected." Floppy disk is write protected. 17. "Drive error." Floppy disk may be defective. 18. "Checking " Checking MIME-coded file. 19. "Decode ?" Decode Base64 coded file. 20. "Now decoding." Decoding file. 21. "Complete." File decoding completed.
22. "Decode failed. " File could not be decoded. 23. "This terminal not support this code." File could not be decoded because type of code not supported. 24. "Decoded 1 file(s)." Decode MIME coded file. 25. "This file is not encoding." Cannot encode file selected. 26. "File is already exist. Overwrite?" You are asked if it is OK to write over MIME-coded file. 27. Directory not found. You have specified a directory which does not exist on a floppy disk.

[F3]: Transmit

1. "Input Error : Message File." Invalid message selected for transmission. 2. "Input Error : Country/Ocean Code." Invalid country/ocean code entered. 3. "Input Error : Station ID." Invalid station ID entered. 4. "Input Error : Modem Type." Invalid mode type entered. (For FAX, choose T30.) 5. "Input Error : E-Mail Address." Invalid e-mail address entered. 6. "Input Error : LES ID." Invalid LES ID entered. 7. "Input Error : Send Delay." Invalid send delay time entered. 8. "Input Error : Prefix Code." Invalid prefix code entered. 9. "Invalid character detected in message." Invalid character found in TX message. 10. "Don't support E-Mail service in this NCS." Selected NCS does not handle e-mail. 11. "Input Error : Too many stations." You have selected too many stations to transmit to. 12. "Message file is too large (but send only with 32KB)." The size of the file you want to send is larger than 32,000 bytes. (The file can be sent, but only the first 32,000 bytes of information will be received.) 13. "Attach file is too large." The size of the attachment you want to send is larger than 32,000 bytes. 14. "Attach file (file name) is not found." Cannot find attached file. 15. "Message is entered in sending Queue. Press any key." Tx message entered into queue. 16. "Can't enter this message to sending Queue. Press any key." Could not enter TX message into queue.

 

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