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Your Local Agent/Dealer 9-52 Ashihara-cho, Nishinomiya, Japan Telephone : Telefax : 0798-65-2111 0798-65-4200
All rights reserved.
Printed in Japan
FIRST EDITION : OCT. 1993 N3 : JUL. 15,2003
PUB.No. OME-55722 ( TENI ) FS-1562-15/25
"DANGER", "WARNING" and "CAUTION" notices appear throughout this manual. It is the responsibility of the operator of the equipment to read, understand and follow these notices. If you have any questions regarding these safety instructions, please contact a FURUNO agent or dealer. The level of risk appearing in the notices is defined as follows:
This notice indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER WARNING CAUTION
This notice indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
This notice indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury, or property damage.
Do not work inside the equipment unless totally familiar with electrical circuits. Hazardous voltage which will cause death or serious injury exists at the following locations: Transceiver unit Antenna and antenna coupler (both at TX)
Do not operate the equipment with wet hands. Electrical shock can result. Keep heater away from equipment. Heat can alter equipment shape and melt the power cord, which can cause fire or electrical shock. Any repair must be done by a licensed radio technician. Improper repair work can cause fire or electrical shock.
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE is present at these points.
Use the proper fuse. Use of a wrong fuse can result in fire or permanent equipment damage.
Do not disassemble or modify the equipment. Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can result. Turn off the power immediately if water leaks into the equipment or the equipment is emitting smoke or fire. Continued use of the equipment can cause fire or electrical shock. Do not place liquid-filled containers on the top of the equipment. Fire or electrical shock can result if a liquid spills into the equipment.
Do not use the equipment for other than its intended purpose. Personal injury can result if the equipment is used as a chair or stepping stool, for example. Do not place objects on the top of the equipment. The equipment can overheat or personal injury can result if the object falls.
LIST OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION... iv Specifications of MF/HF Radiotelephone model FS-1562.. v Chapter 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 1.12 Chapter 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 Chapter 3 3.1 3.2 Chapter 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Chapter 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 OPERATION... 1.1 SYSTEM SET-UP.. 1.1 Front View of Transceiver Unit.. 1.2 Power Supply Unit... 1.4 Starting operation... 1.5 Selecting Frequency... 1.5 Transmitting... 1.10 Distress Call on 2182 kHz... 1.11 In the Event of Antenna Coupler Failure. 1.13 DSC Distress Calling... 1.13 Receiving... 1.14 Frequency Scan... 1.15 Frequency Sweep.. 1.16 OPERATION of OPTIONAL DEVICES.. 2.1 Telex Communication.. 2.1 Intercom... 2.2 Remote Station.... 2.2 CHANGING SYSTEM SETTING... 3.1 SYSTEM SETUP... 3.1 CUSTOMIZING BY OPERATOR.. 3.1 MAINTENANCE... 4.1 Weekly Checks.... 4.1 Diagnostic Test.... 4.1 LCD/Keyboard Test & ROM Version No. Confirmation. 4.3 Antenna Coupler Test.. 4.4 Maintenance... 4.5 TROUBLESHOOTING... 5.1 Troubleshooting List... 5.1 Error Indication... 5.3 Replacing Fuses... 5.3
APPENDIX.... AP.1 Declaration of conformity to type
FURUNO Electric Company thanks you for selecting the FS-1562 MF/HF SSB Radiotelephone. We are confident you will discover why FURUNO has become synonymous with quality and reliability. To get maximum performance from your unit, please carefully read and follow the recommended procedures for operation and maintenance. The FS-1562 is an all-purpose radiotelephone system especially designed for marine mobile communication in the frequency range 1.6 to 27.5 MHz. All ITU channels are preprogrammed. In addition, TX/RX frequencies can be preprogrammed into a E2 PROM having a capacity of 200 frequency pairs. There are two types of the FS-1562: FS-1562-15 (150 Wpep) and FS-1562-25 (250 Wpep), where pep is peak envelope power, the unit for addressing an output power in a Single Sideband (SSB) transmitter. Installation information is contained in the installation manual. System initialization after installation is described in the service manual.
GMDSS operation: DSC and NBDP connections 2182 key provides for immediate selection of 2182 kHz (at FULL power automatically) Scan/Sweep receiving function PROM stores all ITU SSB and TELEX frequencies Dummy load (in the Antenna Coupler) permits checking of transmitter Effective noise blanker cancels pulse noise Advanced voice detecting type squelch circuit filters out noise Remote station (RB-500) optionally available System diagnostics program The AC FAIL Board (option) functions to reduce Tx power automatically when AC power fails (only FS-1562-25).
1. Use a battery having sufficient capacity (more than 120 AH for 150 W set, 200 AH for 250 W set). Otherwise, battery cannot provide sufficient transmission power. 2. Handle the microphone carefully. Heat, humidity and shock will affect performance. 3. Do not adjust the potentiometers inside the unit. Improper adjustment may cause serious damage.
Specifications of MF/HF Radiotelephone model FS-1562
The model FS-1562-15/25 complies with the following rules and regulations: IMO A.421(XI), A.610(15), A613(15), A.694(17) International Convention on Safety of Life at Sea 1974, as amended 1988 (GMDSS Conference) ITU Radio Regulations ETS IEC 1097-9 draft, IEC 945 General Requirements EC EMC Directive for CE marking requirements Other relevant rules
Communication System Frequency Range Frequency Resolution Class of Emission Simplex or semi-duplex 1.6 to 27.5 MHz (transmit), 0.1 to 30 MHz (receive) Transmit: 100 Hz J3E H3E J2B F3C Frequency Error Number of Channels Receive: 10 Hz
SSB, suppressed carrier, signal channel containing analogue information, telephony; when 2182 kHz is first selected, H3E is set. SSB, full carrier, signal channel containing analogue information. for DSC, NBDP; SSB, suppressed carrier, signal channel containing quantized or digital information with the use of a modulating sub-carrier, telegraphy for automatic reception weather facsimile, reception only
10 Hz (Both Transmitter and Receiver) Custom channels: 200 max programmed by Furuno authorized service representatives ITU SSB/TELEX Channels as listed in Appendix 2182 kHz (single action) 2187.5 kHz (automatically selected on DSC equipment) IEC 945: -15C to +55C Transceiver unit, -25C to +70C ACU; 93% at 40C 24 VDC +30%, -10%. For AC, a rectifier unit required. Receive: 2A Transmit (max.): FS-1562-15.20 A FS-1562-25.40 A
Environmental Power Supply
Radiotelephone Signal Generator Two tones of 2200Hz and 1300Hz transmitted alternately.
Output Impedance Output Power 50 ohms J3E/H3E: J2B: FS-1562-15.150 W pep, FS-1562-25.250 W pep FS-1562-15.150 W pep, FS-1562-25.250 W pep (FEC mode: reduced to 60 W) Tune: 10 to 20 W approx.
Power Reduction Controls
60 W Output HI/LOW, test
Power Capability Tuning System AT-1560-15.150 W pep AT-1560-25.250 W pep CPU controlled fully automatic tuning system
Frequency Range Input Impedance Antenna Required Tuning Power VSWR Tuning Time Dummy Load Power Requirement Construction
1.6 to 27.5 MHz 50 ohms (viewed from transceiver) 7 to 30 meters wire or whip 10 to 20 W pep Less than 1.5 Within 2 to 15 seconds, Within 0.5 seconds for an ever tuned frequency 10 ohms + 250 pF for check of Two-tone alarm generator at 2191 kHz 15 VDC, 1A (supplied from transceiver) Waterproof plastic cabinet, stainless steel mount
Receiving System Sensitivity Double-conversion superheterodyne IF: 54.455 MHz and 455 kHz. Input level to produce SINAD 20 dB, or BER 10-2 J3E J2B 1.6 - 4 MHz Below +16 dBV Below +6 dBV across 10 + 250 pF 4-27.5 MHz Below +3 dBV Below -7 dBV across - 2700 Hz -6 dB
Pass Band Cross Modulation Audio Output Other Features
Unwanted signal +90 dBV 20 kHz from +60 dBV wanted signal 2 W (8 internal loudspeaker), 5 W (4 optional external loudspeaker) 0 dBm/600 line output (for NBDP, DSC) RF Gain: Squelch: Dimmer: Loudspeaker: AGC: Noise blanker: Adjustable ON/OFF, Activated by voice/signal strength OFF/Low/Medium/High ON/OFF (Handset always alive) ON/OFF always ON
POWER AMP UNIT (Type PA-2500 for FS-1562-25)
Power capability Input/Output Impedance Power Supply Input Power: 60 Wpep, Output Power: 250 Wpep 50 ohms 24 VDC, 30 A
Transceiver Unit Antenna Coupler Unit 108 mm(W) x 258 mm(H) x 300 mm(D), 6.5 kg 297 mm(W) x 390 mm(H) x 90 mm(D), 3.1 kg approx.
COMPASS SAFE DISTANCE
Unit Transceiver Antenna coupler AT-1560-15 Antenna coupler AT-1560-25 Handset PA-2500 PR-300 PR-850A Standard 1.2 m 1.0 m 1.0 m 0.6 m 0.9 m 0.9 m 1.0 m Steering 0.9 m 0.7 m 0.7 m 0.4 m 0.7 m 0.7 m 0.7 m NOTE Furuno recommendation based on the ISO R 694 Method A tests for the variant models, added with correction factors which Furuno considers adequate.
Chapter 1 OPERATION
1.1 SYSTEM SET-UP
The basic 24 VDC FS-1562 consists of a Transceiver Unit, a Power Amp Unit (for 250 W), an Antenna Coupler, and a Handset. Shown below are the system setup for 150 W and 250 W with DSC (Digital Selective Calling) terminal and other ancillaries.
FS-1562-15 SYSTEM DIAGRAM
Antenna Coupler AT-1560-15
DSC Terminal DSC-60 NBDP Terminal DP-6 Remote Station RB-500 Distributor DB-120
MODE CURS CLARIFY
Transceiver Unit Telephone Handset External Speaker
MIC OFF SSB TRANSCEIVE FS-1562-15
TX TUNE HI LOW
VOLUME RF GAIN FREQ/CH
Rectifier with changeover facility PR-300
100V 10A 220V 5A ON OFF L AC IN N G 125V 20A ON OFF DC IN + + DC OUT 24V + -
AC and DC power switches
Both AC and DC power switches on the PSU can be always kept on. (These switches are provided to turn off the power supply for maintenance.) The transceiver may be turned on or off with the PSU kept on.
BREAKER POWER LAMP
100V 10A 220V 5A
ON OFF L AC IN N G
ON OFF DC IN + + DC OUT - 24V + AC INPUT 50/60Hz DC OUTPUT
FRONT PANEL OF PR-300 Lamp (red): Lights when AC power source is in use. Lamp (green) Lights when DC power source is in use.
FRONT PANEL OF PR-850A
NOTE: Both lamps light when changing to DC power supply (PR-300). These lamps also light when the internal temperature excessively rises. The PR-300 or PR-850A is not required on 24 VDC vessels. Fuses The PR-300 has 2 fuses, each for AC and DC power. 100-120 VAC: 10 A 200-240 VAC: 5A DC fuse: 20 A The PR-850A has a breaker and a power lamp on the front panel. The fuse is provided in the power cable. -1.4-
1.4 Starting operation
The power switch is combined with the Volume Control. Turn the Volume Control clockwise until you hear a click. Further clockwise rotation of the control raises the loudspeaker volume. To turn off the power, turn the control fully counterclockwise until you hear the click. Adjusting the backlighting: The dimmer  key adjusts the backlighting for the operation display and the keyboard. Each time the key is pressed, the backlighting changes in the sequence of high, medium, low and off. Turning the loudspeaker on or off: When you are using a handset and therefore do not require the internal or external loudspeaker, you can turn it off by pressing the loudspeaker  key. The loudspeaker off mark appears. Turning the squelch on or off: The squelch mutes the audio output in the absence of an incoming signal. Each time the  key is pressed, the squelch is turned on or off. When radio noise is too jarring during stand-by condition, it may be muted by activating the squelch. SQ appears when the squelch function is active. NOTE: The squelch is disabled on the class of emission TLX or FAX; SQ blinks. Selecting class of emission/turning AGC on or off: The MODE  key selects the class of emission and turns the AGC on or off. Each time the key is pressed, the class of emission changes and AGC is turned on or off in the following sequence. AGC appears on the display when AGC is active (ON).
J3E AGC ON J3E AGC OFF H3E AGC ON H3E AGC OFF FAX* AGC OFF FAX * AGC ON TLX AGC OFF TLX AGC ON
Indication J3E H3E TLX FAX Symbol J3E H3E J2B F3C Class of Emission Single Sideband radiotelephony Equivalent to AM radiotelephony. Radio Telex Reception of weather facsimile broadcast (*available with system setting by Furuno authorized service agent)
Frequency can be selected by; Direct key entry (Free selection within marine bands for Netherlands or for ship stations where a qualified Radio Operator is available) Channel number entry FREQ/CH selector
A receiving frequency can be selected by one of the above methods, but there is a restriction in selecting a transmitting frequency. This depends on how the equipment is programmed according to the national radio regulation. -1.5-
The frequencies are indicated by: Voice frequencies: Telex, DSC: Designated by the CARRIER frequency. Assigned frequencies are 1.4 kHz higher than the carrier frequencies. Designated by the CENTER frequencies
TX Freq selection Free selection
Standard type NO
Netherlands type YES (Marine band only) indicated by frequency
Special type YES indicated by frequency Indicated by CH or frequencies as required Indicated by CH or frequencies as required
All channels in the APPENDIX Indicated by frequency YES, indicated by frequency Preset by Furuno authorized service agent - Asia - CEPT countries - USA
- Netherlands in Sea if required on ship with area A2-4 competent radio personnel, - USA ships calling subject to Authorities foreign coastal stations
Direct frequency entry
Free selection is possible in Dutch Version (in marine bands only). RX: To set for a receive frequency of 1636.4 kHz, for example;
Press [RX], , , , , , [ENT] in this order. The decimal point is not required to enter. TX: To set for a transmit frequency of 2061.4 kHz, for example;
Press [TX], , , , , , [ENT].
The  Cursor key shifts the cursor among last 4 places. To modify a value at a particular digit (receive frequency only), you can use the rotary control. The FREQ/CH control changes the value above the cursor.
Paired RX/TX: To set for 2161 kHz simplex channel, for instance, press as below; [RX], [TX], , , , , , [ENT]. Do not miss the last zero in the above example. The last numeral represents the 1/10 decimal place. Simply hitting [RX], [TX], , , , , [ENT] will set 216.1kHz.
Up to 200 custom channels can be programmed in addition to 412 ITU channels. You can recall them through the keyboard by channel numbers. Once a channel is selected with the keyboard, the channel can be changed with the FREQ/CH rotary selector. NOTE: Custom channel programming should be done by a FURUNO service agent. To call the channel 120, for example: TX only Press [TX], [RCL], , , , [ENT] RX only Press [RX], [RCL], , , , [ENT] TX and RX paired Press [RCL], , , , [ENT] NOTE: The standard sets provide readout of frequencies in kHz. Pressing the [ENT] key or operating the FREQ/CH selector shows up the CH NO. temporarily.
ITU telephony channels (SSB)
To recall ITU SSB channel 412, for example, select J3E with the [MODE] key. Press [RCL], , , , [ENT], and a combination of TX frequency of 4098 kHz and RX frequency of 4390 kHz is selected. To select only RX or TX frequency, hit [RX] or [TX] to start with.
RX freq TX freq BAND ITU CHANNEL NO.
Frequency indication type. Frequencies are normally displayed. CH NO. is also displayed temporarily by operating the FREQ/CH selector or by pressing the [ENT] key.
Channel NO. indication type Identify the frequencies by referring to the APPENDIX. Entering 412 reads 4012 as above. Frequencies can be read temporarily by operating the FREQ/CH selector or by pressing the [ENT] key. -1.8-
The [CURS (cursor)] key shifts the cursor to band or channel number. To change the channel number, you can use the rotary control. The [FREQ/CH] control changes the number above the cursor, a band or channel designator.
ITU TELEX channels
To select the ITU TELEX channel 4012, for example, first select TLX with the [MODE] key. This radiotelephone is furnished with J2B class of emission. The J2B is compatible with F1B which may be used on other parties. You do not have to worry about F1B or J2B; you can just select TELEX mode for narrow-band direct-printing. Press [RCL], , , , , [ENT], and a combination of TX frequency of 4178.0 kHz and RX frequency of 4215.5 kHz is selected with the display as below. To select only RX or TX frequency, hit [RX] or [TX] to start with.
NOTE: You can recall an ITU channel by entering 3 or 4 digits. To recall ITU telex channel 4012 by three digits, for example, select TLX then enter 412 (instead of 4012).
After selecting class of emission and frequency, you can transmit by pressing the PTT (press-to-talk) switch Do not transmit any signal on the handset or microphone. Output power can be other than emergency during the evaluated on the operation display. silence period, 00 to 03 min and 30 to 33 min of every hour.
Tuning the antenna:
Maximum transmission power is achieved only when the antenna impedance and transmitter impedance match each other. Because the antenna impedance changes with frequency a means must be provided to match (tune) the antenna impedance with the transmitter impedance. This is done with the antenna coupler. The antenna coupler automatically tunes the transmitter to a wide range of different antenna length (7 - 30 m). To initiate the automatic tuning, do the following: Press the PTT switch on the handset (microphone); or Press  TX TUNE key. After one of the above is done; 1. TUNE appears on the display. 2. Tuning will be completed within 2 to 5 seconds for a newly selected frequency, or less than 0.5 seconds for a once tuned frequency. (A built-in memory remembers coil and capacitor settings.) 3. When the tuning process is successfully completed OK appears.
Using the handset:
Hold the handset close to your mouth, press the PTT switch and speak clearly.
Monitoring transceiver output power:
During transmission, the meter deflects depending on the current being fed to the antenna feeder from the ATU. The unit of readout is amperes. The antenna current varies with the effective antenna impedance. The swing differs by the frequency or antenna length. The output power is proportional to the square of an antenna current. But dont be very nervous about the meter swing.
Reducing transmitter power:
To conserve energy and to minimize possible interference to other stations, reduce the transmission power. This should be done when using the transceiver in a harbor, near the shore or close to communication partner (other ship). Each pressing of the [HI/LOW] key selects high or low output power. LOW appears on the display when low output power is selected. Low power is 60 Wpep for FS-1562-15 and FS-1562-25, both. The output power on 2182 kHz (Distress and calling) and 2187.5 kHz (DSC) is the rated maximum regardless of the position of the [HI/LOW] switch. If the optional AC FAIL Board is installed, Tx power is automatically reduced when AC power fails.
1.7 Distress Call on 2182 kHz
The frequency 2182 kHz is an International radiotelephony distress, urgency and safety frequency for ship stations, public and private coast stations, and survival craft stations. It is also used for call and reply by ship stations on a primary basis and by public coast stations on a secondary basis (US CFR 47, 80.369). Distress or emergency call is generally initiated by a radiotelephone on 2182kHz. When the FS-1562 is installed with a DSC Terminal as required on GMDSS vessel, press the DISTRESS switch on the DSC Terminal prior to commencing the vocal communications. 1. Press the  key. 2182kHz in the class of emission J3E is automatically selected. When the  key is pressed, the following parameters are set automatically. Output power: Loudspeaker: Squelch: Maximum On Off
2. Distress calls and Distress message (1) (2) (3) Speak slowly and distinctly, MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY, pronounced as the French expression maider. This is; The name of your vessel and call sign three times.
Then, continue with the distress message, which consists of: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) The distress signal MAYDAY; The name of the mobile station in distress; Particulars of its position (in latitude and longitude) The nature of the distress; The kind of assistance desired; Any other information which might facilitate rescue, for length, color, and type of vessels, number of persons on board.
3. Indicate the end of message by saying Over. 4. When you receive no answer to a distress message, repeat at intervals over again the radiotelephone alarm signal, the distress call and the distress message. Repeat the same on other distress frequencies.
All distress frequencies including 2182 kHz are shown below: Telephony SSB (kHz, Carrier) <ITU 421> <ITU 606> <ITU 833> <ITU 1221> <ITU 1621> For other Telex frequencies, refer to Appendix. DSC (kHz, Center) 2 187.5V 4 207.414.804.5 Telex (kHz, Center) 2 174.177.376.695
1.8 In the Event of Antenna Coupler Failure
HIGH TENSION HAZARD
DO NOT TRANSMIT WHEN ATU IS OPENED
The Antenna Coupler automatically tunes a wire or whip antenna to the transceiver. When the tuning cannot be completed for all frequencies, TUNE OK will not appear on the operation display. In this case, you can take tuning on 2182 kHz by manually operating Coupler as below: 1. Turn off the transceiver unit. Remove the cover of the Antenna Coupler. 2. Set the MANUAL-AUTO switch to the MANUAL position.
AGC NB SWEEP SCAN
3. To stop scanning, press the  SCAN key. SCAN disappears from the operation display.
1.12 Frequency Sweep
Sweep is the function where the receiver searches for a signal within a selected frequency coverage. For sweep operation, the AGC function should be ON. The defaults of respective parameters are as follows: Sweep stop signal level Sweep stop time Sweep width Step frequency 3 2s 100 kHz 1 kHz
These can be adjusted on system codes 9951 through 9954. NOTE: Sweep width is the frequency width to sweep on both sides of the selected frequency. Sweep step is the frequency interval at which the receiver sweeps the sweep width. Procedure 1. Select the sweep center by key operation. 2. Press the  SCAN key. SWEEP appears and the receiver starts sweeping. 3. To stop sweeping, press the . -1.16-
OPERATION of OPTIONAL DEVICES
2.1 Telex Communication
Telex communication is performed with a Narrow-band direct-printing (NBDP) Terminal connected with an SSB transceiver. The recommended terminal for the FS-1562 is FURUNO DP-6. Other makes can also be connected with the FS-1562, if they comply with the interfacing requirements. FURUNO NBDP Terminal DP-6 No special operation is required; class of emission and frequencies are automatically set on the DP-6. Other makes of NBDP Terminal: 1. Select TLX with the  MODE key. 2. Select a desired frequency. 3. Tune the antenna coupler by pressing the  TX TUNE key. NOTE: The DP-6 provides Forward Error Correction (FEC) mode to ensure quality communications. Continuous transmission on FEC can cause the transceiver internal temperature to go up beyond the temperature control sensor actuating point. When the internal temperature of the 150 W transceiver is above the sensor actuating temperature, the power is reduced to the LOW power. When the temperature goes down, the power is restored to the high rating. If this can cause an inconvenience of operation, it is recommend to install the fan kit (option), for added cooling effect. The FS-1562-25, 250 W version, handles the high power in the Power Amp Unit PA-2500. The PA-2500 is provided with a cooling fan and not subject to the internal temperature rise. Continuous telex operation is possible with the high rated power. Distress frequencies for telephony and telegraphy are as below. For other traffic frequencies, refer to Appendix.
Telephony SSB (kHz, Carrier) 16 420
DSC (kHz, Center) 2 187.207.414.804.5
Telex (kHz, Center) 2 174.177.376.695
The intercom provides communications between the FS-1562 and the RB-500 Remote Station (option). They must be wire-connected. When intercom mode is in use, there is no radio transmission.
1. Press the  INTERCOM key. COM appears on the FS-1562 display panel. 2. Press *, [ENT] keys. Calling beeps on the FS-1562 sound. The buzzer stops when the handset of the RB-500 is picked up. * Designated number of the RB-500 if more than one is installed. 3. Press the PTT switch to talk. Release the switch to listen.
Call from RB-500
When the FS-1562 is called from the RB-500, the FS-1562 releases a beep. Press the [ENT] key to silence the buzzer. Press the PTT switch to talk. Release the switch to listen.
Terminating the intercom
Press the  INTERCOM key to terminate intercom function. COM disappears.
2.3 Remote Station
Priority: The Remote Station usually has higher priority than the FS-1562. This means that operation of the FS-1562 is disabled when the handset of the RB-500 is picked up. The label REM appears on the FS-1562 display when the remote control unit is in operation. Communication on 2182 kHz When 2182 kHz is selected on the FS-1562, the FS-1562 takes priority. However the Remote Station can control FS-1562 when you give priority to the Remote Station by system setting on the FS-1562 (ROM ver. 107 and after of FS-1562).
CHANGING SYSTEM SETTING
3.1 SYSTEM SETUP
1. While pressing and holding down the [RCL] key, turn on the power. Release the [RCL] key when the MEMO appears on the display.
2. 3. 4. 5.
Turn the FREQ/CH control to select a desired code number. Press the [RCL] key, enter desired setting by a numeral key, then press the [ENT] key. To change setting for another code, repeat steps 2 and 3. Turn off the power, then turn it on.
3.2 CUSTOMIZING BY OPERATOR
The operator can customize the parameters for scan, sweep and squelch function. The table below shows the system codes and their function, setting range and factory setting. Code 9918 Function, Setting Key response Turns on/off key beep which sounds when wrong key is operated. 0: OFF 1: ON (Factory Setting) Noise blanker activation Turns on/off noise blanker. 0: OFF 1: ON (Factory Setting) AGC activation Turns on/off AGC. ON/OFF automatically activates or deactivates AGC depending on class of emission. 0: OFF 1: ON 2: MODE (Factory Setting) -3.1-
This is for frequency programming by service technicians. Needs a password to open.
NOTE: FURUNO Electric Company will assume no responsibility for the inconvenience or disturbance to communications due to inadequate or unlawful presetting of this equipment.
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4.1 Weekly Checks
Check the radiotelephone at appropriate intervals as required by Administration. For instance, Japanese Administration requires check of DSC every day. US 47 CFR 47, PART 80.869-Test of radiotelephone station calls for: Unless the normal use of the required radiotelephone station demonstrates that the equipment is operating, a test communication on a required or working frequency must be made each day the ship is navigated.
Testing the transmitter with a dummy antenna
1. While pressing and holding down the [ALARM] key, press the  key. The dummy antenna in the antenna coupler is connected to the FS-1562 instead of the antenna. DUMMY appears and the test signal at 2191 kHz, modulated by two tones (1300 Hz and 2200 Hz), is generated across the dummy load for 45 seconds. 2. To stop the emission, press the [ALARM] key. The dummy load is disconnected and the transceiver restores the previous frequency setting.
This test checks the transceiver for proper operation. It should be conducted regularly to ensure proper operation. If a DSC or NBDP terminal is connected, the test should be conducted together with them. Before starting the test, set the RF GAIN control to maximum (fully clockwise). 1. While pressing and holding down the [TX] key, turn on the power. All LCD segments appear. 2. Release the [TX] key. The FS-1562 starts diagnostics and the following indications appear.
Receiver section tested successfully.
Transmitter Exciter stage is tested successfully.
Transmitter Power Amplifier stage and Antenna Coupler (Coupler and Dummy Board) are tested successfully.
If a fault is detected, no Good appears instead of Good and the associated indication blinks after completion of this test. Turn off the transceiver on completion of tests. Turn on again for normal operation.
4.3 LCD/Keyboard Test & ROM Version No. Confirmation
Insulators for antenna installation
Antenna coupler Check contact at * Antenna terminal * Ground connection * Coaxial cable * Control cable(terminal board) Check that coupler lid and cable glands are firmly secured.
Fasten lid firmly and evenly to prevent water leakage.
Check for physical damage, corrosion and Replace if damaged. salt water deposits. Transceiver Check contact at * Antenna cable * Ground connection * Power cable * Control cable Confirm that there are no objects on the top of the cabinet. Power Amp Unit (PA-2500) (for 250 W set) Check contact at * Coaxial cable * Antenna cable * Power cable Confirm that there are no objects on the top of the cabinet. Power supply Check that supply voltage at transmission is within the rated range. (21.6 to 31.2 VDC at the power connector) Tighten loosened connections; remove foreign material from connectors.
Remove objects to prevent overheating. Tighten loosened connections; remove foreign material from connectors.
Remove objects to prevent overheating. If not within the range, call for service, Low voltage may cause erratic operation.
Item Power cable Battery
Check Point Check for loosened or corroded connection at power terminals. Check that the battery is fully charged.
Remedy/Remarks Clean and tighten. If discharged, charge. Replace if damaged. Reconnect loosened connections of jumper cables. Fasten if loosened.
Feeder (coax Check for physical damage. cable, control cable) PCB connection Check that jumper cables between boards are firmly connected. Microphone Check that jumper cables between boards are firmly connected.
5.1 Troubleshooting List
For qualified personnel only
The troubleshooting list below gives common symptoms of equipment malfunction and means to restore normal operation. If you cannot restore normal operation, please do not check inside any unit. Any repair is best left to a qualified radiotelephone technician. Improper handling or adjustment may cause more serious damage. Troubleshooting list TROUBLE PROBABLE CAUSE Power can not be turned on The mains switchboard may be off. DC overvoltage input. The battery may have discharged, or poor contact at terminals. Check fuse on the power cable or Power Supply Unit. Frequency readout appears The [DIMMER] key may be but no lamps light off. Power is on but no sound from loudspeaker The [SPEAKER] key is off. Volume may be too low. Squelch is on. Reduced RF Gain. Poor articulation Wrong class of emission may be in use. (For example, receiving signal in J3E mode. J3E should be used only on 2182 kHz.) Receiver detuned. REMEDY Turn on the mains switch. Check supply voltage. It should be less than 31.2V Recharge battery and tighten terminal connections. Replace the blown fuses.
Operate the [DIMMER] key. Press the [SPEAKER] key. Adjust the VOLUME control. Press the [SQ] key if "SQ" appears on the display. Turn the RF Gain control clockwise. Select class of emission same as that of incoming signal.
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PACKING LIST FOR FS1562/25
Box 1 - FS1562/25 Part No. 1 FS1562/25DIS 2 OME-557-22Z 3 IME-557-22Z 4 005-922-000-800-100-087-100-100-000-800-000-112-000-130-000-113-000-549-005-011-000-113-000-130-000-113-000-130-000-805-000-572-187 Box 1 (con't)- AT1560 Part No. 1 AT1560 Box 2 - PA2500 Part No. 1 PA000-135-000-135-000-113-000-113-000-805-000-549-017 Wt: 34 lbs. Dim: 18"x 14"x 20" Description Quantity 250W SSB Radiotelephone 1 Operator's Manual 1 Installation Manual 1 Hanger 1 Knob Bolt 2 Hanger Washer 2 Knob Washer 2 Tapping Screw 6 Telephone Handset 1 Power Cable 1 Grounding Wire 1 Fuse/Glass 20A 1 Handset Hanger 1 Coaxial RF Cable 10M 1 Coupler Control Cable w/ Connector 1 2M Ground Wire 1 Rubber Pipe Seal 1 Tapping Screw M5xCopper Strap 04S40801 1
Tech Date FS1562/25 Remarks w/ remote plug
Description 250W Automatic Coupler
Wt: 23 lbs. Dim: 15"x 15"x 16" Description Quantity Power Amp Unit FS1562/Coax Cable 05SCable 05SPower Cable 05SGround Wire 1 Tapping Screw M5xFuse Glass FGBO 30A 2
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