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TA B L E
Chapter 1: Technical overview.10
What are Analog TV, DTV, NTSC, ATSC, SDTV, and HDTV?.10 What kinds of TV programming can I watch with the DIRECTV HD Receiver?.11 What equipment is required to view HDTV programming?.11 Resolution and interlacing.12 Video output/input options.12 Aspect ratio.15 Screen formats.15 Dolby Digital 5.1.19
Panorama: This format stretches the left and right edges of the image at a certain ratio, keeping the center of the image intact. The center of the screen will keep the equal ratio and the expansion ratio increases toward the horizontal direction at both sides.
These 2 tables summarize your screen format options:
If your display is a 4:3 format TV or monitor, your format options include these:
For 4:3 program signals: Full
For 16:9 program signals: *Letter box Full Zoom 1 Zoom 2
Letter box is not available through the composite output jacks (Video Out, S-Video Out, and TV
Out jacks) when the RESOLUTION SELECT button is set to 1080i and the source signal is 1080i.
If your display is a 16:9 format TV or monitor, your format options include these:
For 4:3 program signals: Pillar box Full Zoom 1 Zoom 2 Panorama
For 16:9 program signals: Full
For either of these scenarios, the option you choose is a matter of preference. The FORMAT button on your remote control allows you to cycle through the formats available for your display type.
You can set the color of the horizontal or vertical bars displayed for Letter box and Pillar box
screen formats to either black or gray. See Chapter 7 for details.
Dolby Digital 5.1
Just as the ATSC has specified 1080i or 720p as the video formats required for HDTV, they have also specified a recommended audio format: Dolby Digital 5.1. Dolby Digital 5.1 provides 5 discrete channels of digital audio information for use by A/V receivers capable of decoding the 5.1 channel signal. The audio signals are broken into left-front, center, right-front, left-rear, right-rear and a low-frequency effects channel (designed for subwoofers). The result when connected to a compatible Dolby Digital 5.1 channel A/V receiver and speaker setup is a home theater experience that provides much of the dynamic range, 360-degree imaging, and sonic excitement of a real theater. Not all Digital TV programming is broadcast using Dolby Digital 5.1. For DIRECTV programming, you can see which programs are broadcast using this high-quality audio standard by checking the Info Banners and Program Guides for the Dolby Digital icon ( ). To take full advantage of the Dolby Digital 5.1 capabilities of the DIRECTV HD Receiver, you will need a Dolby Digital 5.1 compatible A/V receiver connected to the DIRECTV HD Receiver through the Dolby Digital Optical jack or the Dolby Digital Coaxial jack.
Access Card slot
This slot holds the Access Card (which allows you to view DIRECTV programming).
Resets your Digital Satellite Receiver. 21
Back of the DIRECTV HD Receiver
The cable from an off-air TV antenna (not from the satellite dish) connects to this jack. Both standard analog (NTSC) and high definition digital (ATSC) program broadcasts can be received through a single antenna connected to this jack.
The RG-6 cable from cable TV provider (if you have one) connects to this jack.
The RG-6 cable from the satellite dish connects to this jack.
RF REMOTE (Optional)
Inputs remote control signals using the RF receiver.
VIDEO INPUT (480p/i)
Connect an optional component video source, such as a DVD player.
AUDIO INPUT(L1, R1, L2, R2)
Inputs audio signals to your DIRECTV HD Receiver from TV, digital monitor, DVD, VCR, or other audio equipment.
Connect the audio jack to L1 and R1 when using the component terminal (Y, PB or PR). Connect the audio jack to L2 and R2 when using the S-Video or Video terminal.
This is used to connect your receiver to a computer for reading and loading data information.
Using a digital DVI cable, this jack connects your DIRECTV HD Receiver to a TV that accepts the unconverted DVI signal from a HD digital broadcast (from satellite, or antenna). Supports HDCP content protection. (For the best access to HD programming, connect this output to the corresponding DVI/HDCP input that supports HDCP technology on your HDTV or HDTV Monitor.)
Using an RGB monitor cable, this jack connects your DIRECTV HD Receiver to a TV that accepts HD RGB video input.
The VCR control cable connects to this jack.
This jack connects your DIRECTV HD Receiver to a TV or VCR that accepts S-Video input.
Using standard video cables, these jacks connect your DIRECTV HD Receiver to your TV or VCR.
Using standard stereo audio cables, these jacks provide an A/V receiver capable of decoding Dolby Prologic signals with the left, right, center, and surround audio channel signals.
Using standard A/V cables, these jacks connect your DIRECTV HD Receiver to a TV or VCR that accepts HD component video input.
Using a coaxial digital audio cable, this jack allows you to connect your DIRECTV HD Receiver to an A/V receiver that accepts coaxial digital audio input.
DOLBY DIGITAL OUT(OPTICAL)
Using an optical digital audio cable, this jack allows you to connect your DIRECTV HD Receiver to an A/V receiver that accepts optical digital audio input.
A telephone line connected to this jack allows you to order pay per view programming.
Installing the batteries in the remote control
Youve unpacked the receiver and reviewed its front and back panels. Now its time to start setting up. The first step is to install the batteries in your remote control.
Unlatch the battery compartment cover on the back of remote control.
Insert 2 AAA batteries as shown, making sure the + and ends of each battery line up with the corresponding marks in the battery compartment.
Snap the cover back onto the remote control.
Press the DIRECTV button on the Remote Control unit and make sure the button lights up. If it does not light up, check the orientation of the batteries.
Alkaline batteries are strongly recommended for this remote control.
Inserting the Access Card
The next step is to insert your Access Card into your receiver. (You will not be able to view DIRECTV programming unless the Access Card is properly inserted into the DIRECTV HD Receiver.) For some receivers, the card may already be inserted when you unpack the box.
Locate the ACCESS CARD slot. The slot is located on the front of the DIRECTV HD Receiver.
Insert the Access Card. Make sure the side with the bar code is facing down, and the arrow is pointing away from you.
The Access Card should only be removed when replacing the card with a new one provided by DIRECTV or your program provider.
Access Card (Top view)
RF REMOTE jack and cable RF REMOTE jack and cable are used to operate the Digital Satellite Receiver when installed in a cabinet or from another room in your house using the RF remote control. Use this jack and cable to connect the RF Receiver to the RF REMOTE jack of the Digital Satellite Receiver.
DVI jack and cable (cable not included) Using the DVI jack and a digital DVI cable, your DIRECTV HD Receiver can provide the unconverted digital signal from digital off-air, cable, or DIRECTV programming directly to A/V devices that are capable of decoding the digital video information. The DVI jack uses HDCP content protection to allow you to view HD programming that has been encoded using the HDCP protection system. For the best access to HD programming at the highest available resolution, connect this to a HDTV that supports HDCP technology. (This cable carries video only; use with audio cables for the audio signal.)
RGB OUT jack and cable (cable not included) RGB OUT jack and cable use a computer-standard 15-pin VGA video connection. Each main video color, Red, Green, and Blue uses a separate pin; and other pins are used to carry vertical and horizontal sync signals. Using the RGB OUT jack and an RGB cable, you can connect your DIRECTV HD Receiver to devices equipped with RGB input jacks (computer monitors, for example). The RGB Out jack can carry any of the Digital TV and HDTV video resolutions. (This cable carries video only; use with audio cables for the audio signal.)
Optical digital audio jack and cable (cable not included) Optical digital jack and cable use light to send digital audio data to A/V receivers equipped to receive and interpret this data. The jack and cable must be aligned before you plug in the cable. The jack and cable may also be covered by protective caps which you must remove before making connections.
Coaxial digital audio jack and cable (cable not included) Coaxial digital audio jacks and cables send digital audio data to A/V receivers equipped with coaxial digital audio input jacks.
VCR control jack and cable The VCR control jack and cable allow your DIRECTV HD Receiver to send signals to your VCRs remote sensor, giving you the ability to program your VCR to tape programs for you using simple on-screen controls.
Audio/Video input jacks and cables (RCA-type) Use these jacks and cables to connect your receiver to a TV, VCR, DVD, or to other components such as a stereo receiver or amplifier. The Video input jacks provide a high quality composite video signal using RCA-type cables. Audio jacks can be used to connect the DIRECTV HD Receiver to an A/V receiver. The audio/video input jacks on the back of the receiver and the audio/video cable connectors are color coded (yellow for video, red for right audio, and white for left audio). Receivable resolution modes are 480p/i.
Adjusting the volume
To adjust the volume while watching DIRECTV programming, you simply press the VOL + button on the remote control to increase the volume or the VOL - button to decrease the volume. In order for the DIRECTV HD Receivers remote control to adjust your TVs volume setting, you will have to program the remote control to operate your TV. (See Chapter 8: Programming the remote control.)
While using the Guide or Menu systems, you will often see a line of text at the bottom of the screen explaining what you are seeing on-screen, or telling you what your next step is. When this brief explanation is not enough, you can view more detailed Help screens by pressing the HELP button on your remote control.
Getting information on the TV program you are watching
Your DIRECTV HD Receiver provides several layers of information about the TV programs you watch.
The Channel Banner
As you change channels you will see a Channel Banner on each channel you tune to. After a few seconds, the Channel Banner disappears. If you want to clear it right away, press the EXIT button on your remote control. The Channel Banner provides the following information:
Channel number and name Program title Current time and date Signal type and Current user profile audio format
Program start and end times
Information icons (See next page for details.)
The Full Channel Banner
The Channel Banner provides quick information as you button channels on your DIRECTV HD Receiver. If you want to see information about the channel you are currently watching, simply press the INFO button on your DIRECTV HD Receivers remote control. Pressing the INFO button displays the Full Channel Banner. The Full Channel Banner displays all the information in the Channel Banner, plus more details about the program. For example, the Full Channel Banner for a movie might display the category for the movie (drama, comedy, action/adventure, etc.), the cast, the year it was released, and a short description of the plot. You can clear the Full Channel Banner from your screen by pressing the EXIT button on your remote control.
In addition to the basic channel and program information contained in the Channel Banners (program title, channel name, rating, etc.), there are a set of information icons. These icons tell you more about the program you are watching and about the status of your DIRECTV HD Receiver. Here are descriptions of each icon: Multi-language
This icon appears when additional audio tracks are available. Press the yellow AUDIO button to choose an alternate audio track.
This icon appears when the system is locked.
not all actions are available for every program.
Back: Exit: Buy $(Price): Cancel $(Price): View: Schedule:
Unschedule: Episodes: Show Times: Similar:
Displays the last screen you viewed before entering the Program Detail Screen. Clears the screen and displays the last channel you were viewing. For pay per view programs, allows you to purchase the program. For pay per view programs that you have previously purchased but that have not yet aired, lets you cancel your purchase. Displays the channel airing the program described. For future programs, allows you to set your DIRECTV HD Receiver to remind you when the program is about to start, or to set your DIRECTV HD Receiver and VCR to record the program. For programs you have previously scheduled for a reminder or recording, allows you to cancel the reminder or recording. For programs broadcast as episodes, allows you to view a list of other episodes in that programs series. Displays a list of times and channels for viewing the program. Displays a list of programs that have aspects in common with the program.
Finding out whats on: the Guides
Your DIRECTV HD Receiver provides access to detailed information about TV schedules. If you want to know whats on, just use the Guide. The Guides provide scheduling information for all types of programming (satellite, off-air, or cable TV). There are several types of Guides you can access, each suited to a particular set of needs and preferences.
Types of Guides
When you want to find out whats on, you can use the simple, fast Quick Guide; the detailed, informative Grid Guide; or the graphics-rich Logo Guide. The pages that follow tell you how to access and use each of these Guide types.
The Quick Guide allows you to quickly scan to see what is on right now while still viewing the channel you are watching. Great for those times when you just want to quickly check out whats showing on that favorite channel.
The Grid Guide is the most complete, detailed Guide type. It lets you see the programs for each channel in a scrollable schedule (sorted by channel number, or by channel name). If you dont know what you want to watch, and you want to browse a broad range of channels, the Grid Guide may be for you.
The Logo Guide lets you find out whats on by browsing through the channels by highlighting the channels logos perfect for those of us who prefer pictures to text.
Setting the default Guide style
The Guide menu item allows you to set which style of Guide is displayed when you press the GUIDE button on your remote control. Heres how:
Canceling a pay per view purchase
To cancel the purchase of a pay per view program that you purchased but have not yet watched, follow these steps: Press the MENU button on your remote control.
Highlight the Purchases menu item, then press the SELECT button.
To cancel a purchase, highlight the program purchase you wish to cancel, then press the SELECT button.
A screen displaying program details for the selected purchase appears. Highlight the on-screen Cancel Purchase button, then press the SELECT button. The Program Detail screen disappears. The Future Purchase screen appears; the purchase you canceled is now listed as canceled.
Past programs which you purchased but never watched cannot be canceled. Only PPV purchases made from the DIRECTV HD Receiver may be canceled. 69
CHAPTER 5 Program reminders and recording timers
Chapter 5: Program reminders and recording timers
This chapter tells you how to use your DIRECTV HD Receiver to set timers that can remind you when a program is about to begin, and record a program for you on your VCR. The sections of this chapter include:
Setting up the VCR control Scheduling program reminders and recording timers Reviewing and modifying reminders and recording timers
Setting up the VCR control
Your DIRECTV HD Receiver can use the supplied VCR control cable to automatically program your VCR to record programs for you. (Instructions on setting recording timers appear later in this chapter). Before your DIRECTV HD Receiver can program your VCR, you must have correctly connected and aligned the VCR control cable (see Connecting the VCR control cable in Chapter 3), and you must tell your DIRECTV HD Receiver what kind of VCR you have. Heres how:
Highlight the VCR Setup menu item, then press the SELECT button. The VCR Setup screen appears. Highlight the manufacturer of your VCR from the list on the left side of the screen.
If the VCR type list on the right side of the screen contains more than one type, highlight a type from this list. Some manufacturers distribute more than one type of VCR. Try them in order until you find the one that passes the test below. Highlight the on-screen Test button from the left side of the screen, then press the SELECT button. A screen appears displaying instructions for testing the VCR setup. Follow the on-screen instructions to see if the VCR manufacturer and Type settings you selected work for your VCR.
Reviewing and modifying reminders and recording timers
The Timers item in the SETUP menu allows you to review, modify, or create new program reminders and program recording timers. Heres how:
Highlight the Setup menu item, then press the SELECT button. The Setup menu appears. Highlight the Timers menu item, then press the SELECT button.
The Timers screen appears. If you have previously scheduled program reminders or recording timers, they are listed here.
To review your previously scheduled program reminders and recording timers, look through this list. To modify or check the details for any previously scheduled timers, highlight that timer from the list, then press the SELECT button. To schedule a new program reminder or recording timer, highlight a blank line from the list, then press the SELECT button. The Timer No. screen appears. Highlight the option you wish to change. For new timers or for timers you previously scheduled using the Timers screen in the SETUP menu, you can modify the channel number, the start time and date, the end time and date, the frequency, and the mode for the timer (whether it is a program reminder or a recording timer). For timers that you scheduled using the on-screen Guide, you can only change the frequency and mode setting. Once you have highlighted the option you wish to modify, use the up- or down-arrow buttons on your remote control to edit the option setting. Use the left- and right-arrow buttons to highlight different options. To delete the selected timer, use the right-arrow button on your remote control to highlight the on-screen Clear button, then press the SELECT button. When you have finished reviewing or modifying the timer, use the right-arrow button on your remote control to highlight the on-screen Back button, then press the SELECT button. The Edit Timer screen disappears, and you return to the Timers screen. To return to the SETUP menu, highlight the on-screen Back button, then press the SELECT button. To exit the Menu system and return to TV viewing, press the EXIT button on your remote control.
CHAPTER 6 User profiles
Chapter 6: User profiles
This chapter tells you how to modify and select user profiles. Its contents include:
Setting the Digital Out format
If you are using the optical digital audio out jack to connect your DIRECTV HD Receiver to a digital audio receiver, you should use this preference setting to tell your DIRECTV HD Receiver whether your audio receiver processes PCM digital audio signals or Dolby Digital audio signals. See the manual for your audio receiver if you are not sure. To set the Digital Out format preference, follow these steps: Press the MENU button on your remote control.
Highlight the Audio menu item, then press the SELECT button. The Audio menu appears. Highlight the Digital Out menu item, then press the SELECT button. A list appears from which you can choose Dolby Digital or PCM audio formats. Highlight the format supported by your audio receiver, then press the SELECT button. When you select a format the Digital Out list disappears. Your selection is indicated in the Digital Out line on the Audio menu.
Setting the analog out preference
Depending on the particular program being broadcast, you can listen to stereo, mono, or a Separate Audio Program. (SAP audio is usually a foreign-language translation. Sometimes SAP has unrelated information like news or weather.) To set the Analog Audio preference, follow these steps: Press the MENU button on your remote control.
Highlight the Preferences menu item, then press the SELECT button. Highlight the Audio menu item, then press the SELECT button. The Audio menu appears. The Analog Audio menu item is highlighted. Press the SELECT button on your remote control to display the list of available audio format. A list of audio format appears. Highlight the audio format you wish to use, then press the SELECT button. A list appears from which you can choose Mono, Stereo, or SAP. When you select an audio format, the list disappears. Your selection is indicated in the Analog Audio line on the Audio menu.
Guide to MTS Settings
Choose Stereo for channels that are broadcasting in stereo. Choose Mono for channels that are broadcasting in mono, or if you are having difficulty receiving a stereo signal. Choose SAP to listen to the Separate Audio Program, which is usually a foreign-language translation.
Setting the Default Type audio
Highlight the Preferences menu item, the press the SELECT button. Highlight the Audio menu item, then press the SELECT button. The Audio menu appears.
Highlight the Default Type menu item, then press the SELECT button. A list of Default Type appears from which you can choose Dolby Digital or MPEG audio.
Reviewing and controlling Caller ID
The Caller ID item in the SETUP menu allows you to view a list of calls that you have received on the telephone line connected to your DIRECTV HD Receiver. It also allows you to control whether the Caller ID feature is turned on or off. The Caller ID feature only works if you subscribe to the caller ID service provided by your local telephone service.
Turning the Caller ID feature on or off
To control whether your DIRECTV HD Receiver captures caller ID information, follow these steps: Press the MENU button on your remote control.
Highlight the Caller ID menu item, then press the SELECT button. The Caller ID menu appears. Highlight the Display Caller IDs menu item, then press the SELECT button. A list appears, allowing you to select whether you would like the Caller ID feature to be On or Off.
Highlight On or Off from the list, then press the SELECT button. The list disappears, and the Display Caller IDs menu item on the Caller ID menu reflects your choice.
Caller ID messages for incoming calls that occur while you are taping a program will be recorded on your tape. You might want to turn Caller ID off while you are recording a program.
With Caller ID turned on, when a call is made to the phone line connected to your DIRECTV HD Receiver, a message appears on your TV screen telling you the number of the caller. To clear the message from your screen, press the SELECT button. To set your DIRECTV HD Receiver not to display caller ID messages, highlight the on-screen Disable button, then press the SELECT button.
Reviewing your Caller ID list
To see a list of calls you have received, follow these steps: Press the MENU button on your remote control.
Highlight the Caller ID menu item, then press the SELECT button. The Caller ID menu appears. Highlight the Review Caller IDs menu item, then press the SELECT button. The Review Caller IDs screen appears. The calls on the list are sorted in time order. To see details about any of the listed calls, highlight the call from the list, then press the SELECT button. A screen appears displaying the total number of calls received from that phone number and the times and dates for the three most recent calls.
To delete a Caller ID record, highlight the on-screen Delete button, then press the SELECT button. To return to the Review Caller IDs list, highlight the on-screen Back button, then press the SELECT button.
Setting the Local Time options
The Local Time setting (in the Installation section of the Setup menu) allows you to control whether to allow your service provider to automatically control two time settings:
the time zone your DIRECTV HD Receiver uses, and whether your DIRECTV HD Receiver observes Daylight Savings Time.
If you turn the Local Time Setting on, you can choose a time zone and decide whether or not to observe Daylight Savings Time. With the Local Time setting off, your service provider automatically controls these settings for you. Follow these steps to turn the Local Time Setting on or off, and (if you turn it on) to set your Time Zone and Daylight Savings Time observance.
Highlight the Local Time menu item, then press the SELECT button.
To change the Local Time Setting, highlight it using the arrow buttons on your remote control, then press the SELECT button. A list appears from which you can indicate whether you want the local time setting on (you set the time zone and daylight savings time observance), or off (your program provider controls the time settings). Highlight On or Off, then press the SELECT button. The list disappears, and the Local Time Setting menu item reflects your choice. If you turn the Local Time Setting off, the Time Zone and Daylight Savings Time options are controlled by your program provider; these menu items become unavailable. If you turn the Local Time Setting on, continue with the following steps to set your time zone and whether you wish to observe daylight savings time. Highlight Time Zone menu item, then press the SELECT button. A list appears from which you can choose your local time zone. Highlight your Time Zone, then press the SELECT button. The list disappears, and the Time Zone menu item reflects your choice. Highlight the DST Observation menu item, then press the SELECT button. A list appears from which you can choose to turn Daylight Savings Time observance on or off. Highlight On or Off, then press the SELECT button. The list disappears, and the Status line indicates either DST in effect or Standard time in effect.
Adjusting the Raster (Picture) Centering
In this menu you can adjust the Raster (picture) on the monitor to be centered. The Raster (picture) centering is only available for RGB/DVI output modes. Press the MENU button on your remote control.
Highlight the Monitor Setup menu item, then press the SELECT button. Press Right arrow button to adjust the center of raster (picture).
Setting RF Remote Control ID (Optional)
This set-up procedure only pertains to the optional Samsung RF remote. You should set the ID number for your own RF code transmission to use the RF remote. To set the RF remote control ID setup, follow these steps: Press the MENU button on your remote control.
Highlight the RF Remote Control ID menu item, then press the SELECT button. Input eight-digit serial number to enter into the RF remote control ID menu as shown in the below figure. The eight-digit serial number is displayed inside the battery box of the RF remote control unit. Input all of the eight-digit serial number displayed inside the remote battery box using the numeric button or the arrow key. Then, move the highlighted bar to the [Done] and press the SELECT button. Press the SELECT button to finish setting when the Setting complete successfully message appears. When you have finished setting the RF remote control ID screen, select the on-screen Back button.
eight-digit serial number
Viewing important information and a list of features supported by your DIRECTV HD Receiver
The System menu allows you to view a list of important details about your DIRECTV HD Receiver, as well as a list of features supported by your DIRECTV HD Receiver. To view this information, use the System Information and System Features items in the System portion of the Setup menu.
Viewing information on automatic system upgrades
The System Upgrades menu item in the System menu provides information about the current software on your DIRECTV HD Receiver, and a history of when previous upgrades have been downloaded to your Receiver. To View this information, use the System Upgrades item in the System portion of the Setup menu.
Viewing fun system extras
The Extras menu contains a useful calendar, a fun biorhythm charting tool, and games you can play. To view the system extras on your DIRECTV HD Receiver, use the items in the Extras menu.
The System Test feature allows you to quickly check the status of the satellite signal, your Access Card, and your phone line connection. This is helpful while troubleshooting any problem you may experience with your DIRECTV HD Receiver.
CHAPTER 8 Programming the remote control
Chapter 8: Programming the remote control
This chapter explains how to program your remote control so that you can use it to operate your TV, VCR, or other A/V equipment. Chapter sections include:
Programming the remote control Operating a device with your programmed remote control Code lists
Programming IR the remote control
Your DIRECTV HD Receivers remote control can be programmed to operate your TV, VCR, DVD player and other A/V equipment. You use the code lists provided in this chapter to enter the code for your brand of TV, VCR, etc.
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Hoping the above would be of informative to you. Faithfully yours,
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Subject: HiMSEN guideline - Fuel oil control by EU Directive 2005-33-EC and California Code of Regulations (Revision 1)
Dear sir, We have a pleasure of sending Technical Information Letter, ref. K24109/KCM/0898 attached herewith, which is related with our ref. K24108/KCM/1281 HiMSEN with Low-Sulfur Fuel & Lube Oil with LowSulfur fuel dated on November 05, 2008. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Technical information (Doc. No.: K24109/KCM/0898) 6 sheets
ENGINE & MACHINERY DIVISION A4 (210mm297mm)
Doc. No.: K24109/KCM/0898 18th November 2009
All HiMSEN Engines
(H17/28, H21/32, H25/33, H32/40, H32/40V)
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SUBJECT: HiMSEN guideline - Fuel oil control by EU Directive 2005-33-EC and California Code of Regulations
1. The regulations such as EU Directive 2005-33-EC and California Code of Regulations which will come into force on 01/Jan/2010 restrict sulfur content in fuel oil below 0.1% mass by using MGO (Marine Gas Oil, DMA as defined in ISO 8217) to reduce SOx emissions.
California Code of Regulations 1 July January 2012
EU Directive 2005-33-EC Effective date Sulphur contents Target area Target ship 1 January 2010 Max 0.1% m/m Berths in EU ports Ships at berth in EU ports for two hours or more (*) FO which is used during at berth G/E Boiler for COPT etc.
MGO: Max 1.5% m/m Max 0.1% m/m MDO: Max 0.5% m/m Regulated California Waters LOA: more than 400 feet; or GT: more than 10000; or Volume of one cylinder: more than 30 liter FO which is used for Main diesel engine, aux. diesel engine and aux. boiler M/E, G/E Aux.boiler
Target fuel oil Target equipment (Example)
(*): The requirement shall not apply to ships which switch off all engines and use shore-side electricity at berth in ports.
2. Effect of low sulfur MGO using on HiMSEN engine 1) The minimum kinematic viscosity at 40 as per ISO 8217 is 1.5 cSt for MGO. In case of too low viscosity (below 2 cSt), it may occur the damage to the fuel injection pump such as sticking. For your reference, please find the specification for Marine Distillate Fuels (Figure 1) and viscosity ranges of 1.5 - 6cSt @40 C based on DNV document (Figure 2) as defined in ISO 8217 as below.
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Charateristic Density at 15C Viscosity at 40C Viscosity at 40C Flash point Sulphur Unit kg/m mm/s mm/s C %(m/m) Limit max. min. max. min. max. DMX 1.40 5.50 1.00 DMA (MGO) 890.0 1.50 6.1.50 DMB 900.0 11.2.00 DMC 920.0 14.2.00
< Figure 1 >
< Figure 2 >
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2) The more drain fuel oil amount from fuel oil injection pump and fuel oil injection valve can be expected compared to operation on HFO. 3) Although the sulfur content of fuel oil has a lubricating effect, poor lubricity of low sulfur MGO has not been considered as a problem for fuel injection components as long as the sulfur content is above 100 ppm (=0.01 % m/m) For your reference, we are scheduled to introduce lubricity limit in HiMSEN engine fuel oil, especially MGO, specification (Max. between 460 and 520 m, Preliminary value) after introducing in the international specifications. 4) It is important that proper balance is maintained between the BN coming from the lube oil and the fuel sulfur level by choosing proper lube oil in order to avoid following problems. High sulfur fuel + Low BN lube oil Excessive corrosive wear Low sulfur fuel + High BN lube oil Excessive top land deposit formation
3. HiMSEN guideline for using low sulfur MGO All HiMSEN engines are suitable and developed for continuous operation on HFO as well as MDO/MGO as per attached F.O specification for HiMSEN engine. (Attached #1)
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There is no lower limit for the sulfur content of fuel oil. In connection to the low viscosity of MGO, (Marine Gas Oil, DMA as defined in ISO 8217) the viscosity at engine inlet should be kept within the value of 2 ~ 14 cSt in order to avoid possible wear or sticking of fuel injection pump due to low lubricity and in order to maintain the suitable hydrodynamic film between fuel injection pump plunger and barrel. Recommended stable viscosity at engine inlet: Min. 3 cSt Recommended minimum viscosity at engine inlet: Min. 2 cSt So, we recommend installing a D.O cooling device (D.O cooler or chiller etc.) to keep the above mentioned viscosity (2 ~ 14 cSt) at engine inlet or between D.O outlet and MDO service tank under shipyards scope of supply, if needed. For shipyards designing of D.O cooling device, it is about the maximum 10 for the temperature deviation (T) between engine inlet and outlet when using MGO (Marine Gas Oil, DMA as defined in ISO 8217). For your reference, it should be maintained about 22 of MGO temperature to obtain viscosity of 2 cSt at engine inlet in case of MGO with 1.5 cSt at 40. Considering the more drain fuel oil amount from fuel oil injection pump and fuel oil injection valve compared to operation on HFO, all HiMSEN engines are designed with improved fuel oil drain line as informed by our ref. K24109/KCM/0680. (Attached #2) HFO/DO change-over procedure and vice versa must be carried out according to HiMSEN engine instruction manual (Section No. G05300), which is also informed by our ref. K24109/KCM/0500. (Attached #3) to protect the fuel injection equipments against rapid temperature changes during the change-over from residual to distillate fuel and vice versa.
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A special care must be carried out slowly in order to allow the temperature of the fuel injection equipments to decrease from up to 150 in residual fuel operation to a maximum 50 for MGO and 60 for MDO in disillate fuel operation. This is essential in order to avoid pump seizure due to the low viscosity of the diesel fuel and thermal shock in fuel injection pump. 4. HiMSEN guideline for lube oil using low sulfur MGO 1) Typical recommended BN depending on the fuel sulfur contents and SLOC (g/kWh)
HiMSEN H21/32 H25/33 SLOC range for HiMSEN engines
Reference: CIMAC recommendation number 29/2008 Guide lines for the lubrication of medium speed diesel engine
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2) When the MGO is to be used only for temporary engine operation (e.g. in port), higher BN lube oil used for residual fuel (HFO) should not present any problems. The acceptable period of temporary operation is less than 200 hours. When engine is not operated continuously with low sulfur fuel such as MGO, lube oil should be chosen according to the highest sulfur contents of the fuel with normal operation. However, in case of continuous operation on low sulfur fuel such as MGO, it is necessary to use proper L.O based on sulfur content of low sulfur fuel as per attached L.O list for HiMSEN engine (Attached #4) in order to avoid excessive deposits in the combustion chamber, exhaust gas ways and turbocharger. 5. Summary MGO viscosity at engine inlet should be kept within the value of 2 ~ 14 cSt. When the MGO is to be used only for temporary engine operation (e.g. in port), the acceptable period of temporary is less than 200 hours with higher BN lube oil used for residual fuel (HFO).
Attached #1: F.O specification for HiMSEN engine 4 sheets Attached #2: Technical information (Our ref. K24109/KCM/0680) 3 sheets Attached #3: Technical information (Our ref. K24109/KCM/0500) 3 sheets Attached #4: L.O list for HiMSEN engine 1 sheet [ The end ]
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Fuel Oil and Its Control
Fuel Oil Specification
700cSt at 50 (HFO) . CIMAC
The engine can be operated on heavy fuel oil (HFO) of viscosity up to 700cSt at 50, which corresponds to the grades of CIMAC H700 (CIMAC Recommendation No. 21, 2003). It can be also operated on blended fuels of lower viscosity as well as diesel fuel oil (MDO).
Recommendation No. 21, 2003 CIMAC H700 . (MDO) .
(MDO) CIMAC DA, DB DC . (A ) , CIMAC DC , .
The quality requirements for MDO shall be in accordance with CIMAC DA, DB and DC grade. If the engine is run on blended MDO (A-bunker diesel), i.e. CIMAC DC grade, a centrifugal treatment system should be prepared.
The fuel should be cleaned and preheated before entering the engine as follows.
1) (HFO) , .
2. Fuel Treatment
1) Purification Heavy fuel oil should be purified by centrifuging because the fuel oils are always contaminated with solid particles, salt and water etc.
Solid contaminants in the fuel oils can cause excessive wear to the piston rings and cylinder liners or seizure of fuel injection pump and fuel valve.
Liquid contaminants in the fuel oils can cause fouling of exhaust systems and
turbochargers as well as corrosion and cavitations of fuel injection pumps and fuel valves.
. (HFO) (MDO) .
Therefore qualified separation equipment should be included in the external fuel oil system not only for HFO but also for MDO which is easily contaminated on board.
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Before centrifuging the fuel oil, it should be preheated to lower the viscosity.
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12 ~ 18 cSt . , . (HFO) 155 , . , .
The viscosity of fuel oil to the engine should be kept within the value of 12 ~ 18 cSt. However, the viscosity varies depending on the properties and the temperature of the fuel oil. Maximum preheating temperature of HFO is limited up to 155 to avoid vapouring in fuel system. Therefore, the fuel should be heated according to the suppliers
A typical fuel oil viscosity diagram regarding temperature is as follows.
Fig.1 Fuel Oil Viscosity Diagram ( ) (Note: The viscosity of MDO to the engine should be kept within the value of 2 ~ 14 cSt in order to avoid possible sticking of fuel injection pump due to low lubricity of MDO.)
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12 ~ 18 cSt , .
3) Viscosity Control
In order to ensure correct injection viscosity of 12 ~ 18 cSt, the heater are to be controlled by an automatic viscosity controller before the fuel enters into the engine fuel system.
Higher or lower cause system.
serious damages on fuel injection
3. Standard Fuel Oil Characteristics
The engine is designed to operate continuously on the fuels with the following specifications without reduction of the rated output,
max max min max max max max max max max max min max max max max max
HFO (CIMAC H700)
700 at 50 12.0 ~18.0 (B) 991.0 1010.0 (A) (B) 8 0.15 0.03 (B) 0.10 0.5 0.2 4.50
MGO (CIMAC DA)
1.5 - 6.0 at 40 2.0 ~ 14.0 (B) 890.-6 0.30 (C) 0.01 0.01 (B) 0.10 1.20
MDO (CIMAC DB)
2.5 - 11.0 at 40 2.0 ~ 14.0 (B) 900.0 0.30 0.03 0.03 (B) 0.10 0.3 0.2
4.0 - 14.0 at 40 2.0 ~ 14.0 (B) 920.0 2.5 0.03 0.03 (B) 0.10 0.3 0.2 (B) 2.(B) (B)
Kinematic viscosity mm 2/s(cSt) Density at 15 Flash point Pour point (Winter quality) Carbon Residue Asphaltenes Ash Total sediment, potential Total sediment, existent Water Sulfur (D) Cetane index Vanadium Sodium Aluminum+Silicon Solid Particles kg/m 3 % mass % mass % mass % mass % mass % volume % mass mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg
3.50 (B) (B) (B) (B) 20
20 (B) 5 (B)
(A) (B) (C) (D)
: Adequate purifying equipment for high density is required. : Limited value b efore engine inlet for operation. : 10% volume distillation b ottoms : A sulfur limit of 1.5% m/m will apply in SOx Emission Control Areas designated b y the IMO,
when its relevant Protocol comes into force.There may b e local variations. Note 1: The following kinds of fuel are not to b e used: 1) Bunker fuel including cat-fines 2) Bunker fuel including land-used lub ricating oil waste 3) Bunker fuel including acidic compounds (Acid Numb er 3 mg KOH/g) Note 2: Additional properties are specified b y the engine manufacturer, which are not included in the CIMAC fuel quality. (CIMAC Recommendation No. 21, 2003)
: 2009. 11. 17 : K24109/KCM/0680 : 82-52-202-7274 : 82-52-202-7696
Subject: Design Improvement of fuel oil drain line for HiMSEN engines (Revision 1)
Dear sir, We have a pleasure of sending Technical Information Letter, ref. K24109/KCM/0680 attached herewith, which is revised against our ref. K24109/KCM/0390 dated on April 16, 2009. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Technical information (Doc. No.: K24109/KCM/0680) 2 sheets
Doc. No.: K24109/KCM/0680 November 17, 2009
H1728, H21/32, H25/33, H32/40 and H32/40V
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SUBJECT: Design Improvement of fuel oil drain line for HiMSEN engines
The fuel oil drain from the generator engine contains various impurities even different medium such as lube oil, cooling water during operation and maintenance. This dirty fuel oil is collected in leakage oil tank and discharged to sludge tank through the piping. In some cases, however, some customers want to separate the clean and dirty fuel oil to recycle the former. Our HiMSEN engines will have two drain oil lines by design modification to meet customers demand from the point of view of economical operating cost from the new project with approval drawing submission. More details for fuel oil drain and design modification are as follows: 1) Detail information for fuel oil drain Drainage / Leakage from 5 High pressure block (Fuel injection valve and its connection) Fuel injection pump Engine block (F.O & L.O & C.W during overhaul) F.O safety filter (F.O during overhaul) F.O safety filter (Periodical drained F.O from filter) Waste fuel oil - Tolerance: 25% - Amount of clean fuel oil, which can be recycled, is accounted for 70 ~ 80 % of total leak rate. Recycling fuel oil Disposal Total leak rate *) (liter / cyl. hour) a) H17/28: 0.13 b) H21/32: 0.15 c) H25/33: 0.20
*) Total leak rate of fuel oil is based on MDO and one half for HFO. - To be continued -
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: 2009. 06. 01 : K24109/KCM/0500 : 82-52-202-7274 : 82-52-202-7696
Subject: HFO/DO change-over procedure for HiMSEN engines
Dear sir, We have a pleasure of sending Technical Information Letter, ref. K24109/KCM/0500 and HFO/DO change-over procedure for HiMSEN engines, Section No. G05300 attached herewith, which will be added in HiMSEN engine instruction manual. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Encl.: HFO/DO change-over procedure for HiMSEN engines (Section No. G05300) 2 sheets
HSEF-K180-B019(R2) ENGINE & MACHINERY DIVISION A4 (210mm297mm)
HFO/DO change over procedure
/, HFO/DO / .
It is very important to follow the temperature/load requirement of the change-over procedure in order to prevent fuel injection pump and fuel injection valve sticking/scuffing, poor combustion and so on.
HFO service tank Level 50~90% 60~90 .
1. Change-over from DO to HFO
Maintain the HFO level with 50~90% and HFO temperature with 60~90 in HFO service tank.
30~70 %. Steam tracing Auto filter steam inlet valve. F.O heater Steam in/out valve. Steam control valve F.O 60 .
Maintain the engine load with 30~70 %. Open the steam tracing and auto filter steam inlet valve in F.O system. Open the steam in/out valve in F.O heater. Rise F.O temperature gradually until 60 at a rate of about 2 per minute through opening steam control valve in viscosity controller.
4 cSt . Cylinder outlet 75~85 .
Maintain the F.O viscosity over 4 cSt because F.O viscosity is the first priority than temperature. And maintain the cylinder outlet cooling water temperature with
75~85. DO 50~60 HFO/DO HFO . HFO 70 .
When the DO temperature at engine inlet reaches 50~60 , change-over from DO to HFO using HFO/MDO change-over valve. When the HFO temperature at engine inlet reaches 70 , viscosity controller is set with auto-mode.
12~18 cSt Setting.
When the change between viscosity and temperature to be observed, viscosity is set 12~18 cSt on viscosity controller.
50 % . F.O 25 cSt F.O heater Steam in/out valve . Steam tracing Auto filter steam inlet valve. HFO/DO DO . DO 60 4~5 cSt . , MGO 40 2~3 cSt.
2. Change-over from HFO to DO
Reduce the engine load below 50 %. Close the steam in/out valve slowly in F.O heater until 25 cSt viscosity in viscosity controller equipment changes. Close the steam tracing and auto filter steam inlet valve in F.O system. Change-over from HFO to DO using to protect against the rapid F.O injection
HFO/DO change-over valve. Confirm that DO viscosity is 4~5 cSt when the DO temperature is about 60. In case of MGO, confirm that MGO viscosity is about 2~3 cSt when the MGO temperature is about 40.
Section No. G05100
Although DO viscosity range at engine F.O inlet is limited 2 ~ 14 cSt in Section No. G05100, DO viscosity should not drop 3 cSt for safety as this might cause fuel injection pump and fuel injection valve sticking/scuffing.
DO 2~14 cSt / DO 3 cSt .
Lubricating Oil and Its Control
List of Lubricating Oil
Engine system lubricating oil
Fuel grade A, B B, C C, D D, E E A, B A, B B, C C, D D, E E C, D D, E E A, B B, C C, D D, E E A, B C, D D, E A, B A, B A, B A, B B, C C, D D, E E B, C C, D D, E A, B C C, D D, E
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