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Wide Area Augmentation System
COLOR LCD GPS/WAAS PLOTTER
with integral DGPS Receiver and Echo sounder
s High-accuracy GPS/DGPS/WAAS
s Course plot in True Motion North-up/
Course-up or Relative Motion North-up/Course-up
s 6" AR-coated high-contrast bright
LCD for optimum viewing under direct sunlight
s Automatic or manual selection either
WAAS, DGPS or GPS (GP-1650WD/1650WDF)
s Display of ship's track, waypoints
and planned route on a precision electronic chart
s Built-in DGPS beacon receiver with
GPS/DGPS combo antenna (GP-1650WD/1650WDF)
s Works with FURUNO MiniChart or
NAVIONICS Nav-Chartand C-MAPNT Chart Course Plot q Nav Data q Steering Display q Highway
s 50/200 kHz, 600 W dual-frequency
echo sounder (GP-1650WF/1650WDF)
s Versatile display modes including:
s Waterproof display suited for flybridge
Photo: Model GP-1650WDF (Navionics Nav-Chart)
GP-1650W: GP-1650WD: GP-1650WF: GP-1650WDF:
GPS/WAAS plotter GPS/WAAS plotter with DGPS beacon receiver GPS/WAAS plotter with echo sounder GPS/WAAS plotter with DGPS beacon receiver and echo sounder
The future today with FURUNO's electronics technology.
Catalogue No. N-852
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
9-52 Ashihara-cho, Nishinomiya City, Japan Telephone: +81 (0)798 65-2111 Telefax: +81 (0)798 65-4200, 66-4622 URL: www.furuno.co.jp
TRADE MARK REGISTERED MARCA REGISTRADA
For all boaters. FURUNO GP-1650 series offer Accurate Positioning with WAAS, High Contrast Bright LCD for optimum viewing under the direct sun light
GPS/DGPS /WAAS combo antenna Compact sensitive GPS/DGPS antenna
Own ship's track
Choose from two units that accept either Furuno MiniChart and Navionics NavChart or C-MAPNT Charts.
WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System)
WAAS is a GPS navigation system with differential correction by means of geostationary satellites. The US FAA has been testing this system and expects more field tests in 2003. Similar systems, using Satellite-Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS), are under development in Japan (MSAS: MSAT Satellite-based Augmentation System) and Europe (EGNOS: European Geostationary Navigation Overlay System). They are said to be fully interoperable and compatible. MSAS and EGNOS are expected to become fully operational in 2004 or after. As the WAAS utilizes the same frequency as the GPS, a single antenna can receive GPS and WAAS signals. Currently two Inmarsat GEO satellites are available for receiving the WAAS signal: AOR-W and POR. Major contributors of an error in a single frequency GPS system are receiver clock drift and signal delays by refraction. The WAAS reference stations on the earth monitor the GPS constellation and route GPS error data to the satellites via the master earth station. The Inmarsat or communication satellite broadcasts the differential corrections to marine and aviation users.
The GP-1650W series are GPS/DGPS/WAAS plotters with video plotting and echo sounding capability designed for pleasure craft and coastal fishing boats. This compact and cost-effective series offers extremely accurate position fixes - 10 m for the basic GPS, 3 m where WAAS service is available and 5 m with DGPS (DGPS version). The Display modes include Course Plot, Nav Data, Steering and Highway. The Steering mode provides an intuitive indication of course to steer and crosstrack-error. The Highway mode is useful when you are following a series of waypoints along a planned route.
The GP-1650WF and GP-1850WDF with the 50/200 kHz echo sounder module present detailed information on fish and bottom. The echo sounder data can be displayed jointly with course plot or alone on the full size screen. The useable chart cards are Furuno MiniChart/ Navionics Nav-Chart or C-MAPNT Chart cards. Chart cards contain accurate spot sounding, coastlines, depth contours, buoys, lighthouses and other navigational features.
PRIMARY DISPLAY MODES
Choice of TM North-up or Course-up and RM North-up or Course-up mode.
Most important navigational information can be clearly read from a distance.
Useful for following legs or segments of a planned route.
Assists the vessel in following intended course.
ECHO SOUNDER DISPLAY MODES (GP-1650WF/1650WDF)
Incorporating a powerful 50/200 kHz, 600 W echo sounder module, the GP-1650WF/1650WDF present an echogram in addition to the course plot display. Full-screen echo sounding modes include Normal (single- or dual-freq), Bottom-lock, Bottom Zoom, Marker Zoom and A-scope. Selection of sounding range, phasing, gain, display mode, frequency and other settings are simple with the softkeys at the right of the screen. A water temperature graph can be displayed if an appropriate temperature sensor is provided.
Course plot + Sounder
A-scope (at right)
COURSE PLOT DISPLAY MODES
Four chart orientations are available in the course plot display: True Motion North-up, Course-up and Relative Motion North-up and Course-up modes. In the True Motion modes, coastlines remain stationary on the screen while your vessel moves according to its actual speed and course. In the Relative Motion mode, your vessel stays kept at the screen center and coastlines move relative to your vessel.
In the Auto Courseup mode, automatic resetting takes place at a course change of 22.5 and the ship's intended course is kept at the screen top like a head-up display.
TM Course-up mode (Automatic)
The course plot display shows your ship's position with a motion trend vector, route, position, speed and course. Your ship's heading and speed are indicated by a vector at your present position. Display colors can be changed for optimum visibility depending on ambient light conditions.
TM North-up mode
RM North-up mode
SPECIFICATIONS OF GP-1650W/1650WD/1650WF/1650WDF
GPS RECEIVER CHARACTERISTICS
1. Receiver Type 2. Receive Frequency 3. Accuracy 4. 5. 6. 7. Twelve discrete channels, C/A code, all-in-view integral WAAS processor L1 (1575.42 MHz) GPS: 10 m (95%) DGPS: 5 m (95%) WAAS: 3 m (95%) 12 seconds typical (Warm start) 999 knots WGS-84, NAD-27, and others 4. Rectifier PR-62 for 115/230 VAC mains 5. Temperature Sensor T-02MTB/T-02MSB/T-03MSB (GP-1650WF/GP1650WDF)
6. Speed/Temperature Sensor ST-02MSB/ST-02PSB (GP-1650WF/GP1650WDF)
Time to First Fix Tracking velocity Geodetic System DGPS Capability GP-1650WD/1650WDF: DGPS beacon receiver built in GP-1650W/1650WF: External DGPS beacon receiver transmitting data in RTCM SC104 v.2.1 format through RS-232C interface or optional internal DGPS beacon receiver Display Map Scale Latitude Limits Plot Interval Display Modes
7. Internal DGPS beacon receiver kit for GP-1650W/GP-1650WF 8. Connector kit for connecting temp or speed/temp sensor 9. RAM card Transducers (Specify when ordering GP-1650WF/1650WDF.) 1. 520-5PSD (Plastic thru-hull) 2. 520-5MSD (Bronze thru-hull) 3. 520-5PWD (Plastic transom) 4. 525ST-MSD (Bronze thru-hull with speed/temp sensor) 5. 525ST-PWD (Plastic transom with speed/temp sensor) GPS/WAAS ANTENNA GPA-017
(10 m cable attached)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 inch color LCD, 320 x 234 pixels 0.125 to 2,048 nm Between 85N and 85S 1 s to 99 min 59 s or 0.01 to 9.99 nm Course plot, Nav Data, Steering Display, Highway TM/RM North-up, Course-up Up to 5,000 points for ship's track and marks 800 waypoints and 200 planned routes (Max. 35 waypoints/route) Waypoint navigation or route navigation Arrival/anchor watch, XTE, proximity alert, ship speed, depth*, water temperature*, fish*
DGPS/WAAS ANTENNA GPA-019
2.7" 61 2.4" 24 0.9"
6. Presentation Modes 7. Memory Capacity 8. Voyage Planning 9. Alarms
0.15 kg 0.3 lb
1.0 kg 2.2 lb
234 0.02" 4- 6
10. Nav Data Inputs/Outputs (NMEA 0183 ver. 1.5/2.0) --: any talker Outputs: AAM, APB, BOD, BWC, GGA, GLL, RMA, RMB, RMC, VTG, WPL, XTE, ZDA, DBT*, DPT*, MTW*, MSK Inputs: DBT*, DPT*, MTW*, TLL, YMWPL (YEOMAN wpt data)
*For GP-1650WF/1650WDFTemperature sensor required for water temp alarm.
GP-1650W: 2.0 kg, 4.4 lb GP-1650WD/WF: 2.2 kg, 4.9 lb GP-1650WDF: 2.3 kg, 5.1 lb
26.5 1.0" MAX 194 7.6" 131 5.2" 30 1.2"
264 10.4" 230 9.1"
1. Display Modes 2. Frequency 3. Output Power 4. Basic Ranges 5. Range Phasing Normal (single- or dual-frequency), Bottom-lock, Bottom Zoom, Marker Zoom, A-scope 50 and 200 kHz (selectable on menu) 600 W (rms) 8 basic ranges customized to max 800 m. (2500 ft, 400 fa) Up to 1600 m (5000 ft, 800 fa)
11. Electronic Chart
FURUNO MiniChart or NAVIONICS Nav-Chart and C-MAPNT Chart
Antenna unit GPA-019 (For GP-1650WD/GP-1650WDF) Antenna unit GPA-017 (For GP-1650W/GP-1650WF)
1. Temperature (IEC 60945 testing) Display unit: -15C to +55C Antenna unit: -25C to +70C 2. Water Resistance Display unit: IPX5 (IEC 60529), CFR46 (USCG) Antenna unit: IPX6 (IEC 60529), CFR46 (USCG)
Optional antenna base
12 - 24 VDC, GP-1650W/WD: 13.5 W, GP-1650WF/WDF: 16.5 W
GGA, GLL, etc.
DGPS Beacon receiver
Standard 1. Display unit 2. Antenna unit with 10 m cable 3. NMEA cable 5 m 4. Installation Materials and Standard Spare Parts Optional 1. FURUNO MiniChart Card 2. NMEA cable 10 m 3. Antenna mounting base 1 unit 1 unit 1 pc. 1 set
Rectifier PR-62 Display unit
(Optional connector kit for separate Temperature or Speed/temperature sensor)
12 to 24 VDC
Temperature sensor T-02MTB/T-03MSB or Speed/temperature sensor ST-02MSB/ST-02PSB
(For GP-1650WF/GP-1650WDF) (Specify when ordering)
13-QA330 (Pipe mount), 13-QA310 (Offset bracket), 13-RC5160 (Handrail mount) FURUNO U.S.A., INC.
Camas, Washington, U.S.A. Phone: +1 360-834-9300 Telefax: +1 360-834-9400
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE 02095T Printed in Japan
FURUNO DANMARK AS
Hvidovre, Denmark Phone: +00 Telefax: +01
FURUNO (UK) LIMITED
Denmead, Hampshire, U.K. Phone: +44 2392-230303 Telefax: +44 2392-230101
FURUNO NORGE A/S
lesund, Norway Phone: +102950 Telefax: +127021
FURUNO FRANCE S.A.
Bordeaux-Mrignac, France Phone: +Telefax: +48 01
FURUNO SVERIGE AB
Vstra Frlunda, Sweden Phone: +46 31-7098940 Telefax: +46 31-497093
FURUNO ESPANA S.A.
Madrid, Spain Phone: +34 91-725-90-88 Telefax: +34 91-725-98-97
FURUNO SUOMI OY
Helsinki, Finland Phone: +Telefax: +341 5716
INSTALLATION MANUAL COLOR GPS/PLOTTER GP-1650W/1650WD
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION.... i EQUIPMENT LISTS.... ii 1. INSTALLATION.... 1
1.1 Installation of Display Unit....1 1.2 Installation of Antenna Unit.... 3
2. WIRING.... 4 3. INITIAL SETTINGS... 8
3.1 NMEA Setting.... 8 3.2 Output Data Sentences.... 10 3.3 Antenna Height.... 11 3.4 DGPS Setting.... 12
4. INCORPORATION OF DGPS BEACON RECEIVER KIT (for GP-1650W).... 14 PACKING LISTS OUTLINE DRAWINGS INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
Safety Instructions for the Installer
Do not work inside the equipment unless totally familiar with electrical circuits. Hazardous voltage which can shock, burn or cause serious injury exists inside the equipment. Turn off the power at the mains switchboard before beginning the installation. Post a sign near the switch to indicate it should not be turned on while the equipment is being installed. Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can result if the power is left on or is applied while the equipment is being
Ground the equipment to prevent electrical shock and mutual interference. Confirm that the power supply voltage is compatible with the voltage rating of the equipment. Connection to the wrong power supply can cause fire or equipment damage. The voltage rating appears on the label at the rear of the display unit. Use the correct fuse. Use of a wrong fuse can cause fire or equipment damage. Keep the following compass safe distance. Standard Steering Display unit 0.8 m 0.5 m
The GP-1650W/1650WD mainly consists of a display unit and a GPS antenna. A DGPS beacon receiver is provided inside the display unit for GP-1650WD type. The chart card drive in the display unit loads electronic charts. External equipment which may be connected include an autopilot and a DGPS beacon receiver.
GPA-017 (for GP-1650W) GPA-019 (for GP-1650WD)
Antenna unit Receives signal from GPS satellite and beacon reference station (GP-1650WD only).
Display unit Ship's position is calculated in longitude and latitude from signal received from the antenna unit and displayed on the screen.
Category of Units Unit Display unit Antenna unit Category Exposed to weather Exposed to weather
Ship's mains 12-24 VDC External equipment (Autopilot, etc.)
Ship's mains 100/110/115/220/230 VAC 1 , 50/60 Hz
DGPS beacon receiver GP-1650W only
: Option : Local Supply
Name Display Unit Type GP-1650W GP-1650WD Antenna Unit GPA-017 GPA-019 Spare Parts* Installation Materials* SP14-02401 CP14-05100 FP14-02301 Accessories* FP14-02302 004-375-004-374-630 000-041-480 004-375-830 Code No. for GP-1650WD for GP-1650W Qty Remarks
Hard cover screws for hanger, screws for flush mount
*: Refer to Packing list at the end of this manual.
DGPS Beacon Receiver Kit
GR-7000A-1650-10N-019 GR-7000A-1650-15N-019S TNC-PS-3D-15
000-041-650 000-041-653 000-133-670
GPA-019, GR-7000A GPA-019S, GR-7000A 15m, for antenna cable extension 30m, for antenna cable extension 50m, for antenna cable extension
Antenna cable assy.
CP20-01700 Antenna cable Set CP20-01710 Cable Assy. Mast mount fixture Right-angle antenna base L-angle antenna base Antenna base for rail mounting MJ-A7SPF0003-050 CP20-0111 No.13-QA330 No.13-QA310 No.13-RC5160 GPA-019S Antenna Unit GPA-017S
004-372-120 000-136-730-01 004-365-780 000-803-239 000-803-240 000-806-114 -
for antenna unit mounting
Optional equipment (cont)
PR-62 2.5GY5/1.5NT#5 PR-62 2.5GY5/1.5NT#5 Rectifier PR-62 2.5GY5/1.5NT#5 PR-62 2.5GY5/1.5NT#5 MJ-A6SPF0007-100 MJ-A6SPF0012-100 Cable Assy. MJ-A6SPF0012-050 MJ-A6SPF0011-050 MJ-A6SPF0011-100 RAM Card C-MAP modification kit 00RAM02MC-004 1650/1850-MAP 000-013-486 for 220 VAC
000-013-484 for 100 VAC
for 110 VAC
000-013-487 000-125-237 000-133-817 000-134-424 000-132-244 000-132-336 004-371-790 004-376-420
for 230 VAC
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Installation of Display Unit
The display unit can be installed on a tabletop, on the overhead or flush mounted in a console or panel.
Tabletop, overhead mounting methods When selecting a mounting location for the display unit keep the following in mind:
Keep the display unit out of direct sunlight. The temperature and humidity should be moderate and stable. Locate the unit away from exhaust pipes and vents. The mounting location should be well ventilated. Mount the unit where shock and vibration are minimal. Keep the unit away electromagnetic field generating equipment such as motor, generator. For maintenance and checking purposes, leave sufficient space at the sides and rear of the unit and leave slack in cables. A magnetic compass will be affected if placed too close to the display unit. Observe the following compass safe distances to prevent disturbance to the magnetic compass:
Standard compass: 0.8 meters Steering compass: 0.5 meters
Follow the procedure below to mount the display unit on a tabletop or the overhead. Tabletop, overhead mounting 1. Fix the hanger by four pan head screws 5 X 16. 2. Screw knob bolts in display unit, set it to hanger, and tighten knob bolts. 3. Attach hard cover to protect LCD.
WA RN ING
Tabletop, overhead mounting of display unit Flush mounting Note: Use supplied pan head screws when the thickness of the bulkhead is from 11 to 14 mm. For bulkhead which exceeds 14 mm in thickness the length of the pan head screws should be bulkhead thickness+7.81.5 mm. Also the length of B should max. 8mm.
1. Prepare a cutout in the mounting location whose dimensions are as shown on the next page. 2. Fix the display unit by six pan head screws M4 X 20. Refer to the outline drawing on page D-2.
Pan head screws
Flush mounting of display unit
Installation of Antenna Unit
Install the antenna unit referring to the installation diagram on page D-3 or D-4. When selecting a mounting location for the antenna unit, keep in mind the following points:
Select a location out of the radar beam. The radar beam will obstruct or prevent reception of the GPS satellite signal. The location should be well away from a VHF antenna. A GPS receiver is interfered by a harmonic wave of a VHF antenna. There should be no interfering object within the line-of-sight to the satellites. Objects within line-of-sight to a satellite, for example, a mast, may block reception or prolong acquisition time. Mount the antenna unit as high as possible. Mounting the antenna unit as high as possible keeps it free of interfering objects and water spray, which can interrupt reception of GPS satellite signal if the water freezes. Do not shorten the antenna cable. If the antenna cable is to be passed through a hole which is not large enough to pass the connector, you may unfasten the connector with a needle nose pliers and 3/8-inch open-end wrench. Refasten it as shown in the figure below after running the cable through the hole.
Washer Clamp nut Gasket (reddish brown) Shield Center pin (soldered) Connector shell
How to assemble the connector
All wiring are terminated at the rear of the display unit.
GPA-017 (GP-1650W) Antenna unit
DGPS NMEA + 13GND 2 12-24 VDC
External equipment DGPS beacon receiver (option for GP-1650W, RS-232C only) Black White Shield
Display unit, rear view
Connect the power cable to the power connector. Connect the leads to the battery (12 or 24 VDC); white to plus(+) terminal and black to minus(-) terminal.
Cable connector Power cable w/fuse (3A) Lead wire Black White
Connecting the power cable to the battery
Connect the antenna unit cable to the ANT connector.
The display unit contains several CPUs. While they are operating, they radiate noise, which can interfere with radio equipment. Ground the unit to prevent interference. The grounding wire should be 1.25 sq or larger and as short as possible. Connect the grounding wire to ship's ground. On a fiberglass boat, it is best to install a ground plate that measures about 20 cm by 30 cm on the outside of the hull bottom to provide a ground point. If this is not practical, the engine block can be used.
Ground the equipment to prevent electrical shock and mutual interference.
Note: Use a closed lug to make the ground connection at the display unit. Do not use an open-type lug ( ).
Extending antenna cable length
The standard cable is 10 m long. For extension, in case of the GPA-019S or GPA-017S, an antenna cable set of 15 m, 30 m or 50 m is available. Extension cable cannot be used with the GPA-017 or GPA-019. Cable length 15 m 30 m 50 m Necessary parts TNC-PS-3D-15 CP20-01700 CP20-01710 Code No. 000-133-670 004-372-110 004-372-120
Extension cable line-up (in case of 15m, 30 m or 50 m) Fabricate the end of the antenna cable and attach the coaxial connector. Details are shown on the next page.
Antenna unit GPA-019S/GPA-017S Conversion cable assy. Antenna cable 1m 30 m or 50 m 1m
To display unit
Fabricate locally. (See the next page.)
Cable extension (CP20-01700, CP20-01710)
Antenna unit GPA-019S/GPA-017S : Connector
Antenna cable 15 m
Cable extension (TNC-PS-3D-15) Waterproofing connector Wrap connector with vulcanizing tape and then vinyl tape. Bind the tape end with cable-tie.
How to attach the N-P-8DFB connector
Outer sheath Armor Dimensions in millimeters. Inner sheath shield Remove outer sheath and armor by the dimensions shown left. Expose inner sheath and shield by the dimensions shown left.
Cover with heat-shrink tubing and heat. Cut off insulator and core by 10mm.
Twist shield end.
Ship on clamp nut, gasket and clamp as shown left. Clamp nut Gasket Clamp (reddish brown) Aluminum foil
Fold back shield over clamp and trim. Trim shield here.
Cut aluminum foil at four places, 90 from one another.
Fold back aluminum foil onto shield and trim. Trim aluminum tape foil here.
Expose the insulator by 1mm. Expose the core by 5mm. Slip the pin onto the conductor. Solder them together through the hole on the pin. Insert the pin into the shell. Screw the clamp nut into the shell. (Tighten by turning the clamp nut. Do not tighten by turning the shell.)
Pin Clamp nut Shell
Solder through the hole.
Fabrication of coaxial cable
This setting should be done when connecting with other equipment, autopilot, radar or remote display. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the [MENU] key. Press the CONFIGURATION soft key. Press the SETUP NMEA PORT1 soft key. Press the cursor pad to select FORMAT. Press the EDIT soft key to display the following window.
OUTPUT FORMAT v NMEA0183 Ver1.5 NMEA0183 Ver2.0 w ENTER SETUP PORT1
Output format window (PORT 1) 6. Select NMEA version depending on the specification of the equipment connected. The selected item is indicated by black button. 7. Press the ENTER soft key. 8. Press the [PLOT] key to return to the plotter display.
3. INITIAL SETTINGS
Set the following when connecting with DGPS beacon receiver GR-80 or the DGPS beacon receiver is incorporated, PC to the DGPS port. Note: Signal level for DGPS port is RS232C. 1. 2. 3. 4. Press the [MENU] key. Press the CONFIGURATION soft key. Press the SETUP NMEA/DGPS PORT 2 soft key. Select FORMAT, and then press the EDIT soft key. The following window appears.
OUTPUT FORMAT NMEA 0183 vvv VER 1.5 v NMEA0183 Ver1.5 NMEA0183 Ver2.0 RTCM104 (EXTRN) RTCM104 (INTRN) RTCM104 (OUTPUT) w
5. Select NMEA version. The selected item is indicated by black button. NMEA0183 Ver1.5/2.0: Select one when connecting PC or RS-232C equipment. RTCM104 (EXTERN): Select this when connecting external DGPS beacon receiver. RTCM104 (INTRN): Select this for built in internal DGPS beacon receiver. RTCM104 (OUTPUT): Select this when outputting differential data of the internal DGPS beacon receiver to other GPS navigator. Note 1: Note that you cannot setup sentences when you select RTCM104 at the format. Note 2: For RS-422 format, the level converter (IF-1432) is required for connection of external equipment. 6. Press the ENTER soft key. 7. Press the [PLOT] key to finish.
Output format window (PORT 2)
1. 2. 3. 4.
Output Data Sentences
Select output data sentences for external equipment as follows. Press the [MENU] key. Press the CONFIGURATION soft key. Press the SETUP NMEA PORT1 soft key. Press the SELECT SNTNC. soft key to display the SELECT SENTENCE window.
SELECT SENTENCE AAM APB ON BOD BWR* GGA GLL ON RMA RMB ON RMC ON VTG ON WPL XTE ZDA ON
Select sentence window 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Select data sentence you want to output. Press the ON/OFF soft key. To output data, select ON. Repeat to select other sentences. Press the RETURN soft key. Press the [PLOT] key to return the plotter display.
*: BWR for Rhumb line BWC for Great circle
Input/Output data sentences
Port Input NMEA NMEA-0183 Ver. 2.0 Ver. 1.5 Output IEC1162 Format Data TLL*1, MTW, WPL*1, DBT/DPT AAM, APB, BOD, BWC/BWR, GGA, GLL, RMA, RMB, RMC, VTG, WPL, XTE, ZDA, MTW, GTD*2 TLL*1, MTW, WPL*1, DBT/DPT AAM, APB, BOD, BWC/BWR, GGA, GLL, RMA, RMB, RMC, VTG, WPL, XTE, ZDA, MTW, GTD*2 Remarks WPL: GP only NMEA Ver 1.5: DBT NMEA Ver 2.0: DPT GREAT CIRCLE: BWC RHUMB LINE: BWR WPL: GP only NMEA Ver 1.5: DBT NMEA Ver 2.0: DPT GREAT CIRCLE: BWC RHUMB LINE: BWR
NMEA-0183 Ver. 2.0 DGPS Ver. 1.5 RS232C Output RTCM104
*1: Cannot be input consecutively. *2: Output automatically when LC or LA is selected.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Enter height of antenna above water. (Default setting: 5 m) Press the [MENU] key. Press the GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS soft key. Press the GPS SETUP OPTIONS soft key. Select ANT. HEIGHT. Press the EDIT soft key.
ANT. HEIGHT 005m
Ant. height window 6. Enter the height (3 digits) of the antenna above sea level using the numeric keys. If you enter wrong antenna height, press the CLEAR soft key. 7. Press the ENTER soft key. 8. Press the [PLOT] key to return the plotter display.
When external DGPS beacon receiver (RS-232C only) is connected or the DGPS beacon receiver is incorporated, set the DGPS mode referring to the following procedure. 1. Press the [MENU] key. 2. Press the GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS soft key. 3. Press the DGPS/WAAS SETUP OPTIONS soft key.
FORMAT DGPS/WAAS MODE
BEACON FREQUENCY BEACON BAUD RATE WAAS SEARCH CORRECTION DATA SET DGPS/WAAS ALARM
NMEA 0183 OFF VER 1.5 AUTO
AUTO AUTO 02 ON
DGPS options window 4. Select DGPS/WAAS MODE and press the EDIT soft key. 5. Select DGPS or AUTO and press the ENTER soft key. WAAS: WAAS data can be received. AUTO: DGPS, WAAS or GPS data can be automatically received, The order of priority is DGPS, WAAS and GPS. Note: If the external DGPS beacon receiver GR-80 is connected to the GP-1650W, refer to the interconnection diagram below. Connection with GR-80
GP-1650W DGPS GR-80 DATA
>1> >2> RD > 3 > >4> SD > 5 > SG > 6 > >7>
YEL RED BLU
< 1 < TD-B < 3 < RD-B < 7 < GND
MJ-A7SPF0003-050 cable (option)
6. Select BEACON FREQUENCY by the cursor pad. 7. Press the EDIT soft key to display the following window.
BEACON FREQUENCY v AUTO MANUAL w
Beacon frequency window 8. Select AUTO or MANUAL by the cursor pad. When you select MANUAL, operate the cursor pad to move the cursor to frequency dialog box. And press the arrow key to select the frequency desired. 9. Press the [ENTER] key. 10. Select BEACON BAUD RATE by the cursor pad. 11. Press the EDIT soft key to display the following window. Beacon baud rate cannot be set when BEACON FREQUENTRY is set to AUTO.
BEACON BAUD RATE v 50 w
Beacon baud rate window 12. Select beacon baud rate corresponding to DGPS reference station to use. 13. Press the [ENTER] key. 14. Press the [PLOT] key to return the plotter display.
INCORPORATION OF DGPS BEACON RECEIVER KIT (for GP-1650W)
The DGPS beacon receiver GR-7000A can be incorporated in the GP-1650W to provide it with DGPS capability. Two kinds of kit are available as shown. GR-7000A-1650-10N-019
Name Antenna Unit Beacon Receiver Connector Assy. Pan head screws Cable tie Screw* Cable Assy. Clamp Cable Assy.* Screw* Cable Assy. * Not used Type GPA-019 GR-7000A PH6P-W-L240 M3X10 C2700W CV-100 M3X12 SUS304 Code No. 000-142-416 000-143-249 000-141-548 000-881-405 000-570-322 000-805-905 Qty 1
Name Antenna Unit Beacon Receiver Cable Assy. Connector Assy. Pan head screws Cable tie Screw* Cable Assy. Clamp Cable Assy.* Screw* Cable Assy. * Not used Type GPA-019S GR-7000A TNC-PS-3D-15 PH6P-W-L240 M3X10 C2700W CV-100 M3X12 SUS304 Code No. 000-142-545 000-143-249 000-133-670 000-141-548 000-881-405 000-570-322 000-805-905 Qty 4 1
S.FL2-2LP0.7-D000-141-491 WHT (121) HP-2N 000-570-000
S.FL2-2LP0.7-D000-143-877 WHT (250) 3X8 SUS410 000-881-405
S.FL2-2LP0.7-D000-143-877 WHT (250) 3X8 SUS410 000-802-951
S.FL2-2LP0.7-D000-141-490 WHT (175)
4. INCORPORATION OF DGPS BEACON RECEIVER KIT (for GP-1650W)
Procedure 1. Turn off the power. Wait at least one minute before opening the cover, to allow capacitors to discharge. 2. Remove nuts attached to DGPS, NMEA and power supply connectors at the rear of the display unit.
Nut, washer Nut Cover assembly Screws X 6 B
Screws X 6 A
Do not connect the power cable with the cover removed.
Panel/chassis assembly Connector gasket
Removing cover assembly 3. Remove nuts and washer attached to ANT connector. 4. Remove twelve screws at rear of the display unit to detach panel/chassis assembly from cover assembly. Discard six screws A (3X12).
Installation of beacon receiver
Procedure 1. Disconnect 8P connector as shown in the figure below.
Dismounting chassis assembly 2. Dismount chassis assembly from panel assembly by disconnecting connector shown in the figure above. 3. Cut the cable ties as shown in the figure below.
Cut cable tie.
J8 GN-8091 Cut cable tie.
Cutting cable ties
4. Dismount heat sink from chassis assembly by unfastening four screws on the ANLG board and disconnecting the connector of the mini pin coaxial cable.
Handling of Coaxial Cable Do not touch the connector with bare hands; use gloves. Use radio pincers to remove, and pull out straightly. Plug in connector straightly.
Screws X 4 ANLG board
Mini pin connector
Mini pin coax. cable Heat sink
Chassis assembly 5. Take off the mini pin coaxial cable from J2 on the GN-8091. 6. Open the lid of GR-7000A 7. Connect cable assy. S.FL2-2LP0.7-D-WHT (175) (supplied) to J1 of GR-7000A
Cable assy. S.FL2-2LP0.7-D-WHT (175)
Notch Beacon receiver GR-7000A Cable assy. S.FL2-2LP0.7-D-WHT (121)
Beacon receiver 8. Connect cable assy. S.FL2-2LP0.7-D-WHT (121) (supplied) to J3 of the GR-7000A. 9. Close the lid of the GR-7000A. 10. Connect connector assy. PH6P-W-L240 to J2 of GR-7000A (Refer to the next page). 11. Fasten the GR-7000A (Beacon receiver) to the heat sink with four M3X10 screws (supplied) as shown in the figure below.
Pan-head Screw B M3X10, 4 pcs. Connect to J8 on ANLG Board.
Connect to J107 on MAIN Board Cable Assy. PH6P-W-L240 Cover of GR-7000A
Connect to J2 on GN-8091. Beacon Receiver Board GR-7000A Connect to J106 on MAIN Board.
GN-8091 Heat sink
Installation of DGPS beacon receiver
12. Connect the cable assy. S.FL2-2LP0.7-D-WHT (121) of J3 to J2 of the GN-8091. 13. Pass the mini pin coaxial cable of J1 on the GR-7000A through the mini plug on the ANLG Board and connect it to J8 on the ANLG Board. 14. Mount the ANLG board on the heat sink.
Mini pin coxial cable
GN-8091 Heat sink Clamp Connect cable assy. J1 of GN-8091 to J106 of MAIN board. to J8 of ANLG board J1
Connect mini pin coaxial cable between J1 of GR-7000A and J8 of ANLG board.
J2 GR-7000A J1 J3 Connect cable assy. J3 of GR-7000A to J2 of GN-8091.
to J106 of MAIN board to J107 of MAIN board
Connect PH6P-W-L240 between J2 of GR-7000A and J107 of MAIN board.
Wiring the Cable assembly 15. Mount chassis assembly on the panel assembly. Connect 8P connector and 6P connector to Main board as shown in the figure below.
Attaching chassis assembly
16. Fasten 8P connector cable and 6P connector cable by cable tie as shown in the figure below. Fasten mini pin coaxial cable by cable tie (CV-100, supplied) as shown in the figure below.
Note: After connecting, pull up cable to remove slack so as not to pinch the cable between cover panel assembly.
Cable tie ANLG board
Mini pin coax. cable
Attaching cable tie 17. Reassemble the display unit. Use new screws size 3X12 (supplied).
Nut, washer Torque: 1.37~1.57 Nm Nut Torque: 0.74~0.78 Nm Screws X 6 Torque: 0.74~0.78 Nm
New screws X 6 Torque: 0.74~0.78 Nm
Remounting the cover Note: When reattaching the cover, confirm the following parts are attached. Shield gasket, cover gasket (See the next page.) Connector gasket (See the page 15.)
Shield gasket(1) Shield gasket (2)
Checking the beacon receiver
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the [MENU] key. Press the CONFIGURATION soft key. Press the SYSTEM MENU soft key. Press the SELF TEST soft key. Press the MEMORYI/O TEST soft key to display the following message.
INTERNAL BATTERY: OK
*Special connections are required to check these ports. Otherwise, NG appears.
Memory, I/O Test Display 6. Confirm that BEACON RECEIVER: OK is displayed. 7. Press the RETURN soft key. 8. Press the [PLOT] key to return the plotter display.
DESCRIPTION/CODE OUTLINE MJ-A6SPF0003-050 DESCRIPTION/CODE MJ GPA-000-117-603 CABLE ASSY. Q'TY NAME Q'TY 1
ANTENNA UNIT 000-041-403 GP-1650W-E 1
DISPLAY UNIT 000-041-794 **
FGBO-A 3A AC125V 3
HARD COVER ASSY. 004-375-830
+TAPPING SCREW 000-805-494 M4X20 SUS304 6
WASHER HEAD SCREW 000-804-742
OTHER INSTALLATION MATERIALS
POWER CABLE 000-135-397
-[**]/ DOUBLE ASTERISK DENOTES COMMONLY USED EQUIPMENT.
DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY.
DESCRIPTION/CODE OUTLINE MJ-A6SPF0003-050 DESCRIPTION/CODE MJ GP-1650WD-E 1 000-117-603 CABLE ASSY. Q'TY NAME Q'TY 1
DISPLAY UNIT 000-041-796 ** GPA-019 1
ANTENNA UNIT 000-142-416
N A M E
DISPLAY UNIT 000-041-796 **
O U T L I N E UNIT
FGBO-A 3A AC125V
HARD COVER ASSY.
+B WASHER HEAD SCREW
+ +TAPPING SCREW
5X16 SUS4 000-805-494
MJ CABLE ASSY.
DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY.
Feb. 19, '03
The paper used in this manual is elemental chlorine free.
FURUNO Authorized Distributor/Dealer 9-52 Ashihara-cho, Nishinomiya, 662-8580, JAPAN Telephone : +81-(0)798-65-2111 Fax : +81-(0)798-65-4200
All rights reserved.
Printed in Japan
A : AUG. 2002 A1 : JUL. 21, 2004
Pub. No. IME-44240-A1 (KAMI ) GP-1650W/1650WD
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