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Pub. No. SME-44370-F
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Addenda No.1 to Service Manual for VR-3000/3000S, Pub. No. SME-44370

New IEC61996 Compliance Software


- Software V2.05 -

To comply with new IEC61996, VR-3000/3000S is updated from V1.02 to V2.05.

The system is configured by using VDR Maintenance Viewer, instead of Web


Configurator and the stored data is play backed by using “Live Player V4.” The
CD-ROM supplied as an accessory includes these programs.

The HDD and DRU connected to the DCU with software V2.05 have the different
partitions from V1.02. The HDD and DRU partition tool is “VDR Maintenance Viewer”
(not Initialize VDRDisks).

The label for RJ45 jack, J14 on the DCU is changed to “DATA” from “Live Play.”

Table 1
DCU software V2.05 V1.02&V1.01
Setup (Configuration) VDR Maintenance Web Configurator
software Viewer
Playback software Live Player V4 Live Player Pro

The new system software V2.05 features;


1) Data extraction from the HDD via Ethernet while the system is recording the data
normally.
2) Extraction of recorded data in specific data format: Video data in video format,
audio data in audio format, and serial data in text format.
3) Storage of multiple incidents (up to 4 incidents)

The next page briefly describes the procedure to setup the system at installation. For
further details, refer to;

1) Operator’s manual for Live Player V4, Pub. No. OME44372


2) Instruction manual for VDR Maintenance View, Pub. No. OME-44373

Unlike the Web Configurator, the VDR maintenance viewer uses the same numbering
scheme as the terminal board. For example, Serial Channel 1 “SI01” corresponds to
CH1 marked on the JB panel.

Following DCU has IMO compliance version, V2.05.

VR-3010S
4418-2064, 2124, 2125, 2255, 2256, 2273, except for 4418-2237, 2274 to 2287, 2298
2301, 2308 to 2313, 2315, 2322, and after

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(1) When the DRU/HDD with new partition is used for V1.xx system, repartition the
DRU/HDD by using InitializeVDRDisks (Downloadable from the Technet).

If the partition tool does not detect the DRU and HDD with new partition, delete
partition by using Disk management.

To delete partition;

1. Right-click My Computer and select Manage. The Computer Management


window displays.
2. Click Disk Management (located in the left pane, under Storage). The
available disks display in the lower right pane.
3. Right-click the disk and select Delete Partition. A confirmation window
displays.
4. Click Yes.

Alternatively, open Disk Management through Control Panel described in the


previous page..

(2) When the DRU/HDD with old partition is used for V2.xx system, repartition the
DRU/HDD by using VDR Maintenance Viewer (Software CDROM in
accessories)

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How to Setup Video Channel
- FAR-28x5 not being connected to CH1 -

Following describes the procedure to setup the video channel on VDR/S-VDR with
software V2.05. Note that FAR-28x5 is NOT connected to CH1.

Preparation
1) Install Live Player V4 program on your PC. Two programs, Live Player V4 and VDR
Maintenance Viewer are installed on the PC. Live Player V4 can be installed onto Windows
XP and Vista. The software cannot be installed onto Windows 2000.
2) Setup the PC for network connection; IP address: 10.0.0.102; and Subnet mask:
255.0.0.0.
3) Connect the PC to the J14 in the DCU with an Ethernet CROSS cable.
4) Copy “equip.xml” onto the desktop of the PC. The next version will not require this
step.
1. Open Internet Explorer and go to Address, ftp://10.0.0.100/pub/.
2. Copy “equip.xml” file and paste it onto the desktop.

Setup procedure
1. Turn on the DCU and wait for about 3 minutes.
2. Run VDR Maintenance Viewer on the PC.
(Start > Program > VR-3000 > Maintenance Viewer)
3. Log in as “Serviceman.” (IP address: 10.0.0.100 and Password: nopassword)
4. Click OK.
5. Select Maintenance > Equipment Management > Import.

Menu bar

Fig.2 VDR Maintenance Viewer, upper left corner

Fig.3 VDR Maintenance Viewer, upper middle part

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6. Select “equip.xml” file on the desktop and press Open.
7. Select Maintenance > VDR Config Management.
8. Click Download.
9. Click OK and Close.
10. Select the Radar tab.

10.1 Select the channel number to be setup in the upper left pane, Information. For
example, move the cursor in the CH No. 1 box (red box in Fig.4) and click.
(Highlight CH No.1 boxes.)

Never select “FAR-28x5”


on Channel 1.

Fig.4

10.2 Click Select Equipment….

Step 10.6 Step 10.4 Step 10.2

Fig.5

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10.3 Select the radar type.

Fig.6

IMPORTANT!
When system program is V2.05, leave the interlace type at the
factory default (Non-interlace) on CH1. Thus, FAR-28x5 is
connected to CH2 to CH4 while CH1 is set to inactive. If “Interlace” is
selected on CH1, no video signal is received on all channels after
pressing Set tab several times. The next version of VDR/S-VDR
software will remove this inconvenience.

If you set Interlace Type to “Interlace” on CH1 inadvertently, take following steps to
restore the system.

1. Set Interlace Type to Non-Interlace on CH1.


2. Click Set.
3. Select Maintenance > VDR Config Management.
4. Click Upload, Write (DRU), and then Write (HDD).
5. Click OK in the confirm window.
6. Reboot the system.

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10.4 Click Image Capture... to check that the radar video is receiving correctly.

Note: The current Maintenance Viewer shows the upper half image of FAR-28x5
as shown in Fig.7. But, the LivePlayer V4 displays the radar video correctly as
shown in Fig.8. Next software update solves this bug.

Fig.7 Image Capture of FAR-28x5 Fig.8 Radar Image on LivePlayer V4

10.5 If necessary, change settings for fine adjustment. Typically, Phase and
Offset values need to be changed.

Fig.9 Radar Channel Settings

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10.6 If two or more radars are connected to VDR, select Radar save pattern, that
is, select the radar(s) to be recorded. Click Recording Mode... and select
the radar save pattern. If necessary, edit the table.

In the table, “I” indicates the data is recorded or sent, “N” not recorded, and “G”
that the radar is in a Group. If all radars in the group are turned on, R1 is recorded.
If R1 is turned off, R2 is recorded. The radar having the youngest radar number in
the group is recorded.

To record two radars, R1 and R2 onto the 9-GB DRU, change settings in
“Recording to DRU” column to R1: I; R2: I; R3: N; and R4: N. To change the
setting, move the cursor into the box and click.

Table 2 Recording patterns


Recording Recording to DRU Recording to HDD Sending to Network
Pattern R1 R2 R3 R4 R1 R2 R3 R4 R1 R2 R3 R4
O1 G N N N G N N N I I I I
O2 G G N N G G N N I I I I
O3 G G G N G G G N I I I I
O4 G G G G G G G G I I I I

Factory-default: Pattern 1

10.7 Click OK when the setting in the table is changed or X (Close) button.
10.8 Click Set tab. (Press Set tab after each channel setting.)

11. Select Maintenance > VDR Config Management.


13. Click Upload.
14. Click Write (DRU/HDD) and Write (CF).
15. Close the Viewer by clicking X at the upper right corner.

How to Use Configuration Data for Other Ship

Download new settings (xml file) onto your PC and import the VDR/S-VDR.
1. After configure the VDR/S-VDR for new equipment (for example, Atlas radar model
XX), press Reflect equipment tab and new xml data is generated.

2. Select Maintenance menu > Equipment Management > Export. Your PC has the xml
file (new settings) now.

3. When you visit another ship, import the xml file from the desktop to the
VDR/S-VDR. The file includes not only radar settings, but also ones for other
equipment such as GPS and VHF.

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Updating V1.xx to V2.05
The new installation of the VDR/S-VDR from June 2008 adheres to new IMO standard.
Following describes the procedure to update VR-3000/3000S with software V1.xx to
new IMO version V2.05. It is NOT necessary to update the VDR/S-VDR already
installed.
As described in FQ4-2008-025, the VDR/S-VDR with V1.xx is configured by using “Web
Configurator” and V2.xx by using “VDR Maintenance Viewer.” Thus, the V1.xx
configuration data cannot be uploaded onto the VDR/S-VDR with V2.05.

To update V1.xx to V2.05;

1) Burn V2.05 software onto the CF card, referring to the following page.

2) Remove the CF card with V1.xx software from the DCU and insert the CF card with
V2.05 into the card slot on the DCU.

3) Partition the Backup HDD and DRU, using VDR Maintenance Viewer. The V2.xx
software uses the recording mediums with the different partitions from V1.xx.

4) Put the label “J14 (DATA) over “J14 LIVE PLAYER.” The data port is labeled “DATA”
to comply with new IMO standard Annex C.

J8 DRU J14 LIVE PLAYER


IEC61996-2 ed2 Annex C, C.1.1 Data port The label of this port is changed from
The data port shall be easily accessible and labeled: LIVE PLAYER to DATA.
"Data" or, if located remotely from a S-VDR unit,
"VDR Data"
Fig.10 “Data” Port

5) Supply documents for V2.xx.


(a) Operator’s manual, Pub, No. OME-44370-E
(b) LivePlayer V4 operator’s manual, Pub, No. OME-44372
(c) Error Code List, Pub, No. C42-00407
(d) Instruction Manual “Data Extraction Procedure”, Pub, No. C42-00408
(This manual is supplied in a plastic bag being sealed by tape for “Investigation
Authorities." )

C.6 Packaging and storage (MSC.214(81) 8.2.4): The instructions (at least basic instructions), the portable storage device
containing the software, if required, and any special (not commercial-off-the-shelf) parts necessary for the physical connection of
the external portable computer, shall be contained in a single package, duly sealed and clearly marked, "DO NOT OPEN
Important material for the exclusive use by Investigation Authorities" and stored within or firmly attached to a main unit of the
S-VDR.

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How to partition Backup HDD and DRU (V2.xx)
To partition the Backup HDD and DRU, these memory devices are connected to the
PC with the IEEE1394 cable via the repeater.

1. Install Liveplayer V4 software onto your PC and two softwares: Liveplayer V4 and
VDR Maintenance Viewer are installed.
2. Connect the DRU to the PC via the IEEE1394 repeater with the IEEE1394 cable.
The repeater needs the power connection.
3. Run the VDR Maintenance Viewer.
4. Select Tool menu > Media Management. The VDR Media Management window
appears.

5. Select Direct (not “LAN”). If the system runs on V2.xx, the LAN is selectable,
connecting the PC to the DCU with a LAN cable.

6. Click Analyze.
In the example of Fig.11, the detected DRU has one memory device, or the serial
number of the DRU is 5000 and after. When the DRU has three memory devices,
three lines appear in the VDR Media Table pane.

Step 5 Step 6

Step 7

Fig.11 Memory devices detected by VDR Media Management

7. Tick the Select box of the device.


Tick three boxes at the time when partitioning the DRU with three memory devices.

8. Select “DRU creation” in the Operation box in the Operation pane.

9. Click Run.

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Step 8: When partitioning DRU, select DRU creation and when
partitioning Backup HDD, select BackupHDD creation.

Step 9

Fig.12 Operation pane in VDR Media Management window

10. Do the same for the Backup HDD.

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How to burn V2.xx software onto CF card
The software for VDR/S-VDR is burned onto the compact flash (CF) card by using the
procedure below. If the software is saved onto the CF card, using “copy and paste,” the
card does not work.

To burn V02.05 software onto the CF card;

1. Copy Release_CF_version_02.05 folder from the CD-ROM onto Drive C.


2. Insert the CF card into the slot of the card reader.
(It is recommended to use the CF card on which the previous software, V1.xx was
stored. Of course, deleting V1.xx is necessary before use. A bad quality CF card
does not work.)
3. Run DOS Command Prompt.
4. Repeat typing cd.. followed by Enter key until prompt C:¥> appears.
(Read ¥ as backslash.)
5. Type cd (space) Release_CF_version_02.05 and press Enter key.
6. Make sure that the prompt is C:¥ Release_CF_version_02.05 >.
7. Enter gf_vr3000v2_xp (space) e: and press Enter key. (e is the port where CF
card reader is connected.

8. Read the message “Burn Flash??.”

9. Type y and press Enter key. Message “-Erasing files E: ¥*.*…. (Y/N) ¥” appears.
10. Type y and press Enter key.
11. Wait for a few seconds with the message “Complete” on the screen until the
access lamp is no longer lit.
12. Remove the CF card.

The following files are created on the CF card after copying program V2.05.

Fig.13 Files in CF card just after burning software

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Addenda No.2 to Service Manual for VR-3000/3000S, Pub. No. SME-44370

Connection of Analog Signal


- DIP switch setting in IF-8530 -

Program for the Remote Junction Box (RJB), IF-8530 has been changed as below
and the DIP switch is set according to the type of connected analog signal.
The IP address of the remote junction box is also changed.

Table 1 Program and IP address of RJB


New Old
Program Number 2450025-01.04 2450025-01.03
IP Address 172.31.24.10 172.31.24.2

Table 2 DIP switches for Analog Channels in RJB with V01.04


CH# SW# -10 V to +10 V 0 V to +10 V CH# SW# -10 V to +10 V 0 V to +10 V
and 4 to 20 mA and 4 to 20 mA
1 S2-1 OFF ON 9 S1-1 OFF ON
2 S2-2 OFF ON 10 S1-2 OFF ON
3 S2-3 OFF ON 11 S1-3 OFF ON
4 S2-4 OFF ON 12 S1-4 OFF ON
5 S2-5 OFF ON 13 S1-5 OFF ON
6 S2-6 OFF ON 14 S1-6 OFF ON
7 S2-7 OFF ON 15 S1-7 OFF ON
8 S2-8 OFF ON 16 S1-8 OFF ON
Factory default; OFF

The RJB with V01.03 does not require DIP switch setting for analog channels
(always OFF).

Factory-modified IF-8530:
0893 and after

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10) The LivePlayer V4 shows the configuration data, or all installation settings
including the ship’s ID: Configuration menu > VDR configuration.
11) The LivePlayer V4 operates stably with large input data.
12) The boot-up time of the remote junction box (JB) is shortened.

Update Procedure
Use the “VDR Update Kit” to update the software. Refer to “VR3000 3000S Software
update to V2.25”, Pub. No. E42-00806-A for full details.

Kit Name: VDR Update Kit


Type: VR-3000/S-V2-E
Parts Number: 00001577000

When updating software, take the following into account;


(1) The AP (Alarm Panel in DCU), RAP and RJB are connected to the COM1 port of
the PC. If another COM port number is used, change the port number or edit the
batch file.

Updating AP/RAP
See the attachment.

Updating RJB
Edit the “upmain” batch file by using a text editor, or change the number of the last
digit.

Uppg loadapl.bin rjmain.bin 0 0 5 0 0 1

COM port number (default)

(2) V2.05 configuration file needs to be converted to the V2.25 format by using
“Config Conversion” utility, Config_Converter (v2_05-v2_25) downloadable from
the Technet. The following procedure is used after changing the CF card from
V2.05 to V2.25. Of course, V2.05 config file can be downloaded from V2.05
system and uploaded to the V2.25 system after conversion.

How to use converter


1. Download Config_Converter (v2_05-v2_25).zip file from the Technet.
2. Unzip the file and copy four files: conversion.vbs, findrep.prm, insert.prm, and
replace.prm onto the same directory on the PC.
3. Export “V2.05 Config” file to the PC by using the Maintenance viewer.
4. Double click conversion.vbs.
5. Enter the “config” file name to be converted.
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6. Click OK.
7. Click OK when the conversion is complete.
8. Import and upload the converted “config” file to V2.25 system by using the
Maintenance viewer.

(3) CDEV (Clock Divide ratio) and VCOSL (VCO signal level) in Video channel are set
according to the pixel rate of the video signal.

Pixel Rate CDEV VCOSL


0 to 19 MHz 1/8 VCOL
19 to 38 MHz 1/4 VCOL
38 to 75 MHz 1/4 VCOL
75 to 120 MHz 1/1 VCOL
120 to 160 MHz 1/1 VCOH

(4) V2.xx software needs 128 MB or more CF card. As the software is licensed on a
per copy per device basis, use the kit for program update.
The kit is supplied free of charge when updating V2.05 to V2.25 and for value
when updating from V1.xx to V2.25.

(5) Do NOT forget to change the label of J14 from “Live Player” to “DATA.” If the label
remains unchanged, correct configuration utility and LivePlayer software are not
used at the next service.

Factory-modifies sets
DCU having Ver.2.25
VR-3000: 4417-1956 and after
VR-3000S: 4418-2658 and after

DCU having Ver.2.05


VR-3000:4417-1500 to 1502, 1504, 1512 to 1514, 1529 to 1532, 1538, 1540, 1554,
1555, 1559 to 1564, 1566 to 1568, 1570 to 1575, 1577, and after
VR-3000S: 4418-2064, 2124, 2125, 2237, 2255, 2256, 2273, 2288 to 2297, 2302 to
2307, 2316 to 2321, 2323, and after
How to change COM port number for updating
AP/RAP software
If the AP (Alarm panel in DCU) and the RAP are connected to the COM port other than COM1,
change the “Communication port” setting prior to updating by taking the following steps.

1. Run “FDT Simple Interface” program. (Double click ROM_Rapap.fpf icon.)

2. Click Back to Project.

Fig.1

3. Click Configure Flash Project icon ( ).

Fig.2

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4. Select Communications tab and double click the Port line.

Fig.3

5. Select a desired COM port and click Finish.

Finish Cancel Fig.4

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6. Open Tools menu and select Simple Interface…

Fig.5

7. Ensure that the Port is COM1 and click Program Flash to begin updating the program.

Fig.6

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VR-3000/3000S SOFTWARE UPDATE
This document explains how to update the software of the VDR to the most recent version. There
are two cases where an update can be performed:
Update from 2.05 to 2.25
Update from 1.xx to 2.25
Note: For operation with Windows 2000 and XP only

Update Kit:

Name Model Code Number Quantity Description


1 Compact Flash VR-3010V2 001-052-960 1 Main software
2 CD-ROM 2450045/46 001-052-950-00 1 Data
Replay/Maintenance
software
3 Data Extraction C42-00408-C 000-159-489-12 1
Procedure
4 Error code sheet C42-00407-C 000-159-488-12 1
5 Instruction Manual OME-44373-B 000-169-588-11 1 VDR Maintenance
Viewer
6 Operator Manual OME-44373-B 000-169-583-11 1 VR-3020 Live Player
V4
7 Label Mark 24-009-1606 100-348-990-10 1 J14 (Data)
8 Connector JEC9-XH4-#26 000-170-945-10 Serial Cable
Assembly -L2500
9 CD-ROM 2450025/26- 1 RAP/AP/JB use
software
10 Software Update E42-00806-A 000-170-944-10 1 This document
Manual

Document Replacement
Replace Live Player Operator’s Manual VR-3020, Data Extraction Procedure and Error Code
sheets with new ones in this list.

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1. How to Update from V2.05 to V.2.25
The update performs the following tasks:
1. Remote Alarm Panel (RAP) Software version-up.
2. Alarm Panel (AP) software version up.
3. JB software version up (only when JB is being used).
4. Replace Compact Flash (CF).
5. Live Player V4/VDR Maintenance Viewer on the PC.
6. Modification of Config setup contents.

1.1 How to Update the RAP Software


1. Reboot the PC and insert the CD (2450025/26-) into the PC CD drive.
2. Double click the file fdtv305r01.exe in the 2450026-01.04 Folder on the CD to install the
Flash Development Toolkit (FDT). During installation, set the language setting to English.
3. After installing the FDT, copy the 2450026-01.04 Folder to the PC.
4. Connect the RAP (VR-3016) and DCU (VR3010).
5. Open the cover of the RAP and connect J4 to the PC COM1 via the cable included in the kit.

6. Inside the RAP unit, set the DIP Switches S1-1 and S1-2 to 1 (ON), and DIP Switches S1-3
and S1-4 to 0 (OFF).
7. Double click on the file ROM_Rapap.fpf in the 2450026-01.04 Folder that has been copied to
the PC, to start the FDT Simple Interface.
8. If the message “The unpacking directory for this file already exists. Would you like to
overwrite?” appears, click the Yes button.
9. Supply power to the RAP by turning on the DCU.
10. Click the Program Flash Button of the FDT Simple Interface.
11. If a message is displayed asking if a file exists that has been updated after the current User

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Image was created, click the No button.
12. Confirm if a message indicating the image has been successfully written to device is
displayed in green in the recording message area of the FDT Simple Interface.
Note: An error will be displayed in red. Turn off the power of the DCU and confirm the settings of
the DIP Switches in the RAP, and the RAP-to-PC connection. Repeat steps 4 to 12 again.
If, after several attempts, an error continues to occur, it may be because of the CPU of the RAP,
the driver IC or the state of the connection cable itself.
13. Turn off the power of the DCU.
14. Click Finish in the FDT Simple Interface.
15. Remove the cable connecting the PC to the RAP.
16. In the RAP, set DIP Switches S1-1 and S1-2 to 0 (OFF).

1.2 How to Update the AP Software


Note: The AP is the Alarm Panel in the DCU

To upgrade the AP Software perform the following:


1. Remove the connector J4, in the AP, inside the DCU, and connect J4 to the PC COM1 using
the serial cable included in the kit.

2. Inside the AP, set DIP Switches S1-1 and S1-2 to 1 (ON) and DIP Switches S1-3 and S1-4 to
0 (OFF).
3. Double click on the file ROM_RapAp.fpf in the 2450026-01.04 Folder on the PC, to launch
the FDT Simple Interface.
4. If the message “The unpacking directory for this file already exists. Would you like to
overwrite?” appears, click the Yes button.
5. Turn on the power of the DCU.
6. Click the Program Flash Button of the FDT Simple Interface.
7. If a message is displayed asking if a file exists that has been updated after the current User
Image was created, click the No button.
8. Confirm if a message indicating the image has been successfully written to device is
displayed in green in the recording message area of the FDT Simple Interface.
Note: If an error is displayed in red when performing Step 8, turn off the power of the DCU and
confirm the settings of the DIP Switches in the AP and the AP-to-PC connection. Repeat from
step 2.
9. Turn off the power of the DCU.
10. Click [Finish] in the FDT Simple Interface.

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11. Remove the PC connection cable and replace with the original connector to J4.
12. In the AP, set DIP Switch S1-2 to 0 (OFF).

1.3 How to Update the JB (IF-8530) Software


1. Copy the folder 2450025-01.25 from the CD-ROM (2450025/26) to the PC
2. Connect the DCU to the JB (IF-8530)
3. Connect COM1 of the PC to the PROGRAM port of the JB using the serial cable included in
the kit.

4. Double click on the file upmain.bat in the 2450025-01.05 folder.


5. When the TARGET POWER ON message is displayed, turn on the power of the DCU.
6. After the program is finished confirm CR12 (CPU) in the JB is lit.
7. Turn off the power of the DCU (JB)
8. Remove the cable between the PC and the JB.
Note: upmain.bat will presume that COM1 is being used as the PC connection port. When using
a different port, update the final parameter of the upmain.bat (do not change any other
parameters).
Ex: If using COM2: uppg loadapl.bin rjbmain.bin 005002
If using COM4: uppg loadapl.bin rjbmain.bin 005004

1.4 How to Change the CF (VDR Software Update)


Change the Compact Flash (CF) to the CF included in the kit while the power of the VR-3000/S is
off (Refer to the following image for CF location).

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1.5 How to Install Live Player V4/VDR Maintenance Viewer to the PC
Note: When installing the latest version of Live Player V4 and the VDR Maintenance Viewer,
make sure to uninstall the previous version (V0.88) beforehand, if it is already installed.

To uninstall the pervious version (V0.88):


1.) Select VR3000 Uninstall from Windows Start Menu> Programs>VR-3000.
2.) Delete the VDR Viewer from the My Computer>C:>Program Files folder.

1. Insert the CD-ROM (2450045/46-), included in the kit, into the PC CD drive.
2. Double click on the file view.exe on the CD-ROM.
3. Follow the directions given by the Installation Wizard. Live Player V4 and the VDR
Maintenance Viewer will be installed to the PC. Run the VDR Maintenance Viewer now.
4. The latest version of JAVA is in the FTP Folder of the CF. Download and install to update to
the latest version of Java.

1.6 How to Update the VDR Configuration File


Download the converter from Furuno Technet and update the configuration file from V2.05 to
V2.25.
1. With the V2.05 in operation, download the current VDR configuration data from
theVR-3000/S.
2. Activate the converter software and read the downloaded data.
3. Press the Replace button. The data file will be updated with the V2.25 file of the same name
(the original file will be saved under a different name in the same place).
4. Activate the VR-3000/S using V2.25 software.
5. Read the updated VDR configuration by the VDR Maintenance Viewer, apply to VR-3000 /S.

2. How to Update from V1.xx to V2.25


Before performing the upgrade operation, connect the current version VDR to the PC, and
download the VDR Config file using the Web Configurator. For detailed instructions, refer to the
Web Configurator Instruction Manual.

Update performs the following tasks;


1. Remote Alarm Panel (RAP) software update.
2. Alarm Panel (AP) software update.
3. JB software update (only when the JB is installed).
4. Replaces Compact Flash (CF).
5. Installs Live Player V4/VDR Maintenance software to the PC.
6. Formats DRU and Backup HDD.
7. Imports VDR Config data (Web Configurator -> Maintenance Viewer).
8. Uploads config data.
9. Adds label mark.

Steps 1-5 are the same as in the previous section. Refer to the previous section (1. How to
Update from V2.05 to V2.25) to perform the update.

2.1 How to Format the DRU and Backup HDD


Note: Format must be performed before adjusting configuration settings. Formatting after

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performing configuration will cause all data to be lost. Perform the following operation when
initializing recording media. The following explains how to format using a LAN Cable. If using a
IEEE1394 cable, refer to section 5.2 Creation in the VDR Maintenance Viewer Instruction Manual
included in the kit.

Format the DRU as follows (LAN connection):


1. Confirm that the Playback/CPU switch on the DCU is set to the CPU position (Refer to the
illustration on page 5).
2. Connect the LAN cross cable between J14 in the DCU and the PC (Refer to the illustration on
page 5).
3. Start the VDR Maintenance Viewer on the PC and click on the Tool menu.
4. Select Media Management to open the VDR Media Management dialogue box.
5. Check that IP address shown in the “LAN Connect to IP” in the “VDR Media Table” area is the
same as the IP address access point.
6. Select “LAN Connect to IP” in the VDR Media Table area.
7. Click the Analyze button. A list of recording media connected to the VDR appears.
8. Place a checkmark in the Select column for the Capacity field to be approx. 6000 MB or 9000
MB.
9. Select “DRU Creation” from the Operation dropdown list in the Operation area.
10. Click the Run button.

Format the Backup HDD as follows (LAN connection):


1. To format the Backup HDD, place a checkmark in the Select column for the Capacity field to be
approx. 38000 MB.
2. From the Operation column of the Operation area, select “Backup HDD Creation (Radar) or
“Backup HDD Creation”.
Note: The Backup HDD format method differs with 6GB and 9 GB DRU.
Use “Backup HDD Creation (Radar) with 6GB.
Use “Backup HDD Creation” with 9GB.
3. Press the Run Button.

2.2 How to Import VDR Config Data


The data configured by the older Web Configurator must be manually imported to the VDR
Maintenance viewer. The VDR Maintenance Viewer operation instructions can be found in VDR
Maintenance Viewer Instruction Manual in the kit.
When you open the config file that was downloaded from the Web Configurator, you can copy and
paste data to the suitable locations in the VDR Maintenance Viewer. When updating the settings
be sure to click the Set button. If there is a problem with the definitions or settings, NG (No Good)
will appear in the status area on the left side of the screen.
For Radar settings, press the Select Equipment button on the Radar tab, indicate the
appropriate radar from the dialogue box and press the OK button to input as a group.
The following pages outline the variables and should be referred to when performing setup.

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Data Config Listing
Radar config is performed from the Select Equipment menu.

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Note: After performing all settings, confirm that the Alarm Panel is not displaying any errors.
In the event an error is displayed, refer to the error code chart included in the kit to cancel the
alarm.

2.3 How to Save Config Data


Save (update) the set configuration data to DRU, Backup HDD and CF.

1. After completing all configurations, click on the Maintenance Menu on the upper left side of
the screen.
2. Choose VDR Config Management from the pull down menu. The VDR Config Management
dialogue box will display.
3. Click the Update button in the VDR Config Management dialogue box.
4. Confirm that the information in the Maintenance Viewer Config area is the same as the
information that is displayed in the VDR System Config area.
If the information is not the same, perform step 3 again.
5. Click the Write button (the button above the VDR, DRU and backup HDD indicator arrow)
6. Confirm that the VDR config status is matched. If it is not matched, perform step 5 again.
7. Click the Write button (above the VDR and CF indication arrow)
8. Confirm that the information displayed in the Compact Flash Saved Config area and
information in the VDR System Config area are the same. If the information is not the same,
repeat step 7.

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2.4 How to Mount the Label Mark
Mount the Label Mark included in the kit above the J14 (Live Player) label in the DCU.

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VR-3000/3000S SOFTWARE UPDATE

This Update Kit is initial version.


Compact Flash VR-3010V2 (001-152-960) is not included this Update Kit.
Please change the content of Manual (E42-00806-A) into the following.

1.4 How to Change the CF (VDR Software Update)

1. Remove the CF card (v2.05) in DCU, loosen the screw fixing the cover to the chassis
and pull out the CF card(v2.05).
2. Copy the folder "2450031-02_25" onto Drive C. (C:¥)
3. Insert the CF card (v2.05) into the slot on the card reader.
4. Run "Command Prompt".
5. Enter cd.. until prompt C:¥> appears. (¥ is backslash.)
6. Type cd (space) 2450031-02_25 and press Enter key.
7. Make sure that the prompt is C:¥2450031-02_25> .
vr3000V2
8. Type gf_vr3000_xp (space) e: and press Enter key. Message "Burn Flash??"
appears.
(e: is the port where CF card reader is connected.)
9. If message "(Y/N)" appears, type y and press Enter key.
10. Wait few minutes after the appearance of the message "Complete".
11. Remove the CF card on the card reader.
12. Peel off the sticker of v2.05 from CF card.
13. Paste the sticker of v2.25 to CF card.
14. Set the CF card (v2.25) onto DCU.
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Note when ordering the replacement DRU, quote the ship’s name, serial number of
DCU and DRU, and this FQ number.

It is NOT necessary to send the old DRU back to Japan, unless otherwise requested.

Color Mask Bit


The Color Mask Bit in Video channel menu of Maintenance Viewer is changed from 15
bits to 12 bits at the factory for the connection of FAR-2xx7 and FAR-28x5. Selecting
15 bits for those radars generates the error “186” with a high gain setting on the radar.
Set Color Mask Bit to “12 bits” for FAR-2xx7 and FAR-28x5 regardless of DRU memory
size.

Temporary Remedy
A) VR-5000
Carry out following steps to remove the error temporarily.
1. First, partition the DRU with the “InitializeVDRDisk” tool.
2. Create 8 GB partition manually, referring to the following pages.
When two FAR-2xx7 series radars are connected;
3. Disconnect either radar. If not, the recording time will be less than 12 hours.
4. Change Color Mask Bit setting for FAR-2xx7 to 2 bits from 15 bits (default). If not,
error “186” may result.

When two FAR-28x5 series radars are connected, leave both radars connected and
change Color Mask Bit from 15 bits to 12 bits.

B) VR-3000/3000S
V1.xx: Same as VR-5000
V2.xx: Same as VR-5000, except for using “VR3000V2 format” tool to create 8
GB partition. It is not necessary to create 9 GB partition before using
“VR3000V2 format” tool.

ATTACHMENT
(1) How to repartition 9 GB Flash Drive to 8 GB (for V1.xx)
(2) How to resize 9 GB flash memory to 8 GB (for V2.xx)
(3) VDR/S-VDR 9-GB DRU Replacement Report
(4) List of 9-GB DRU to be Changed
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How to Repartition 9 GB Flash Drive to 8 GB


(for V1.xx VR-3000/3000S and VR-5000)

Following describes how to partition 9 GB flash drive memory to 8 GB to use it for


VR-3000/3000S (V1.xx) and VR-5000.

Repartition
1. Partition the DRU with “InitializeVDRDisk” tool.
2. Wait until the system run normally.
3. Run MS-DOS on the PC connected to the LAN port on the VDR/S-VDR by using
a cross LAN cable.
4. Type telnet 10.0.0.100, and press Enter.
VR-5000 login:
5. Type root, and press Enter.
/#
6. Enter command control (space) -S (space) 0 (zero), and then press Enter.
This command terminates VR-3000/S system software running.
Control (space) –S (space) 0 [Enter]

7. To read existing memory partition, enter command fdisk (space) –ls.


fdisk (space) –ls (letters l and s). [Enter]
8. Find which device name is assigned to the DRU; /dev/sda or /dev/sdb.
9. Type a command, fdisk (space) /dev/sdb and press Enter when “sdb” is assigned
for the DRU.
fdisk (space) /dev/sdb [Enter]
Command (m for help):
10. To delete partitions, make the following key presses.

Command (m for help): d [Enter]


Partition (1- 4): 1 [Enter]
Command (m for help): d [Enter]
Partition (1- 4): 2 [Enter]
Command (m for help): d [Enter]
Partition (1- 4): 3 [Enter]
Command (m for help): d [Enter]
Partition (1- 4): 4 [Enter]
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11. To create new partition, make the following key presses.


Command (m for help): n [Enter] (n: new)
Command action
e: extended
p: primary partition (1- 4)
p [Enter]
Partition number (1 - 4): 1 [Enter]
First cylinder: 1
Last cylinder: 1 [Enter]
Command (m for help): n [Enter]
Command action
e: extended
p: primary partition (1 - 4)
p [Enter]
Partition number (1 - 4): 2 [Enter]
First cylinder: 2
Last cylinder: 2 [Enter]
Command (m for help): n [Enter]
Command action
e: extended
p: primary partition (1 - 4)
p [Enter]
Partition number (1 - 4): 3 [Enter]
First cylinder: 3
Last cylinder: 1039 [Enter]
Command (m for help): n [Enter]
Command action
e: extended
p: primary partition (1 – 4)
p [Enter]
Partition number (1 - 4): 4 [Enter]
First cylinder: 1040
Last cylinder: 1042 [Enter]
Command (m for help): w [Enter] (w: write)
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11. Enter a command, fdisk (space) –ls to make sure that partitions are created
correctly.

fdisk (space) -ls [Enter]

The “End” numbers are the same as the following list.

Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System


/dev/sda1 1 1 8001 83 Linux
/dev/sda2 2 2 8032 83 Linux
/dev/sda3 3 1039 8329702 83 Linux
/dev/sda4 1040 1042 24097 83 Linux
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How to resize 9 GB flash memory to 8 GB


(for V2.xx VR-3000/3000S)

Following describes how to resize the 9 GB flash memory in the DRU to 8 GB for
VR-3000/3000S (V2.xx).

Preparation
Download format tool, “VR3000V2_format_tool,” from the Technet and copy it
onto your PC.

Partitioning
A) When using Windows XP
1. Connect the PC to the DRU flash drive memory with a IEEE1394 cable.
2. Click VDR.exe to run the partition tool. VDR Media Management Dialog
appears.
3. Click Analyze. Media connected to the PC are listed as shown in Fig.2.

Step 3

Fig.1

Fig.2
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4. Select the DRU of which capacity is about 9 GB.


5. Ensure that LBA Size is 16777215 and enter the Vessel Name.
6. Click Run.

Step 4

Step 5
Step 5
Step 6

Fig.3

The “Success” message appears when the flash drive memory is


resized to 8 GB successfully. Fig.4

Fig.4
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B) When using Windows Vista


1. Connect the PC to the DRU flash drive memory with a IEEE1394 cable.
2. Right click the VDR.exe icon.
3. Select the option to “Run as administrator.”

Fig.5

4. Follow steps 3 to 6 under A.


VDR/S-VDR 9-GB DRU Replacement Report
Ship's name:

Date(yy/mm/dd): Place(Port):

Engineer's company:

Engineer's name: Service order No.:


Serial No. of DRU Serial No. of DRU
Before replacemnet: After replacemnet:

1) Photo of istalled DRU, before replacement 2) Phot of name plate of old DRU

Adhere the photo of installed old DRU. Adhere the photo of name plate of old DRU.

3) DRUs of original and for replacement 4) Old DRU with name plate removed

Adhere the photo of name plates of old and new DRUs  Adhere the photo of old DRU with name plate removed.
placing side by side.

FURUNO USE ONLY


DRU交換費用
・DRU送付費用: \ (現地通貨)
・工事代金: \ (現地通貨)
・対策DRU代 \ (現地通貨)
・その他の経費: \ (現地通貨) 合計: \
 その他の経費の内訳:
担当営業 MQC □ 承認 日付:
・  ・    ・  ・    2230に付け替えください
添付資料 ・オリジナル:営業部に返却
□ DRU発送票
発送票 □ サービスレポート
サ ビ ポ ト ・コピー:MQC

□ 工事請求書 □ その他の費用を証明する書類 □ 差し戻し 日付:
理由:
List of 9-GB DRU to be Changed

Shipyard Ship No. Model S/N Shipment to


HHI 1469 VR-5000 5103 JAPAN
N/A VR-5000 5104 JAPAN
HHI 1469 VR-5000 5105 JAPAN
NACKS 048 VR-3000 5106 CHINA, ORC
Shanhaiguan Shipbuilding 019 VR-3000 5107 CHINA, ELETEK
N/A VR-5000 5188 JAPAN
Bharati Shipyard Ltd. 235 VR-3000 5276 INDIA
Bharati Shipyard Ltd. 236 VR-3000 5277 INDIA
N/A VR-5000 5278 SOUTH AFRICA
N/A VR-5000 5279 JAPAN
N/A VR-3000 5280 CHINA, ELETEK
Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding H1508A VR-3000 5458 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding 0311506 VR-3000 5459 CHINA, WEST GOLD
Zhoushan Jinhaiwan Shipyard J0001 VR-3000 5460 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Jiang Su Easter Shipyard JES006C002 VR-3000 5461 CHINA, ELETEK
N/A VR-5000 5462 IMD (Maintenance)
N/A VR-3000 5463 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Mitsui 1680 VR-3000 5464 JAPAN
Tsuji S0003 VR-3000 5465 JAPAN
Mitsui 1564 VR-5000 5573 JAPAN
N/A VR-3000 5574 FINLAND, FFOY
NACKS 049 VR-3000 5575 CHINA, ORC
N/A VR-5000 5576
Tsuji S0004 VR-3000 5577 JAPAN
N/A VR-5000 5578 JAPAN
Mitsui 1681 VR-5000 5579 JAPAN
N/A VR-5000 5580 IMD (Maintenance
parts)
Mitsubishi Kobe 1264 VR-5000 5581 JAPAN
Mitsubishi Kobe 1263 VR-5000 5613 JAPAN
Mitsui 1695 VR-5000 5799 JAPAN
Tsuji S0005 VR-3000 5800 JAPAN
N/A VR-5000 5801 IMD (Maintenance)
Shanghai Pudong Import & Export 7115 VR-3000 5802 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Shanghai Pudong Import & Export 7115 VR-3000 5803 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Shanghai Pudong Import & Export 7115 VR-3000 5804 CHINA, VIA MARINE
N/A VR-3000 5805 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Jiangsu Eastern Heavy Industry 06C-011 VR-3000 5806 CHINA, ELETEK
N/A VR-5000 5807 JAPAN > UAE
Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding H1520A VR-3000 5808 CHINA, VIA MARINE
DSME 4116 VR-3000S 5809 IMMMD, S-1
N/A VR-5000 5810 IMD (Maintenance)
N/A VR-5000 5811 IMD (Maintenance)

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N/A VR-3000 5846 CHINA, ELETEK
N/A VR-3000 5847 CHINA, ELETEK
Shandong Weihai Shipyard SN326 VR-3000 6008 CHINA, VIA MARINE
N/A VR-5000 6009 IMD (Maintenance)
Huanghai Shipbuilding K-05 VR-3000 6010 CHINA, HEISEI
Shanhaiguan Shipbuilding Industry 020 VR-3000 6011 CHINA, ELETEK
N/A VR-5000 6012 JAPAN > SPAIN
N/A VR-5000 6014 JAPAN
Mitsui 1681 VR-5000 6015 JAPAN
N/A VR-5000 6016 IMMMD, S-1
Zhoushan Jinhaiwan Shipyard J0002 VR-3000 6017 CHINA, VIA MARINE
NACKS 050 VR-3000 6018 CHINA, ORC
N/A VR-5000 6041 JAPAN
Huanghai Shipbuilding K-06 VR-3000 6042 CHINA, HEISEI
N/A VR-5000 6043 IMD (Maintenance)
N/A VR-5000 6044 IMD (Maintenance)
N/A VR-5000 6233 IMD (Maintenance)
Shandong Weihai Shipyard SN327 VR-3000 6234 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Taizhou Wuzhou Ship Industrial WZL-0903 VR-3000 6235 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Oshima 10392 VR-5000 6236 JAPAN
Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding VR-3000 6237 IMMMD, S-1
Shanhaiguan Shipbuilding Industry ETL9385 VR-3000 6238 CHINA, ELETEK
Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding H1509A VR-3000 6239 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Zhejiang Zhenghe Shipbuilding LT-011 VR-3000 6240 CHINA, ELETEK
N/A VR-5000 6241 IMD (Maintenance)
Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding 1078 VR-3000 6242 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding H1521A VR-3000 6243 CHINA, VIA MARINE
N/A VR-5000 6244 IMD (Maintenance)
N/A VR-5000 6245 IMD (Maintenance)
STX 2031 VR-3000 6246 R. OF KOREA, STX
Tsuji S0006 VR-3000 6247 JAPAN
Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding 1086 VR-3000 6851 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding 1085 VR-3000 6852 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Chengxi shipyard CX0301 VR-3000 6853 CHINA, ELETEK
Jiangsu Zhenjiang Shipbuilding CY-016 VR-3000 6854 CHINA, ELETEK
Guangzhou Yuexin Shipbuilding 3100 VR-3000 6855 CHINA, ELETEK
Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding 1087 VR-3000 6856 CHINA, VIA MARINE
N/A VR-5000 6857 IMMMD, S-1
N/A VR-5000 6948 JAPAN
N/A VR-5000 6949 JAPAN
Shanhaiguan Shipbuilding Industry ETL9386 VR-3000 6950 CHINA, ELETEK
Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry BC180-1 VR-3000 6951 CHINA, ELETEK
NACKS 051 VR-3000 6952 CHINA, ORC
HHI 2057 VR-3000 6953 R. OF KOREA, HHI
DSME 4140 VR-3000 6954 R. OF KOREA, DSME
N/A VR-3000 6955 IMMMD, S-1
HHI 2054 VR-3000 6956 R. OF KOREA, HHI
Taizhou Fengye Shipyard 32500-020 VR-3000 6957 CHINA, ORC

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Taizhou Fengye Shipyard FYFY09 VR-3000 7026 CHINA, ORC
Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding 1079 VR-3000 7027 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Shanghai & Chengxi Shipyard CX0302 VR-3000 7028 CHINA, ELETEK
Jiangsu Eastern Heavy Industry 06C-012 VR-3000 7029 CHINA, ELETEK
Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding H.I. C180-2 VR-3000 7030 CHINA, ELETEK
IHI MU 3152 VR-3000S 7031 JAPAN
N/A VR-5000 7032 IMD (Maintenance)
N/A VR-3000 7033 SINGAPORE, RICO
N/A VR-3000 7034 SINGAPORE, RICO
Shanghai Jiangnan Changxing H. I. VR-3000 7035 CHINA, ORC
STX 2033 VR-3000 7366 R. OF KOREA, STX
Tsuji S0007 VR-3000 7367 JAPAN
Tsuji S0008 VR-3000 7368 JAPAN
N/A VR-5000 7369 JAPAN
N/A VR-5000 7370 IMD (Maintenance)
N/A VR-5000 7371 IMD (Maintenance)
N/A VR-5000 7372 IMD (Maintenance)
Jiangsu Eastern Heavy Industry 06C-003 VR-3000 7373
Guangzhou Yuexin Shipbuilding YX3101 VR-3000 7374 CHINA, ELETEK
Dalian Shipbuilding Industry BC1800-21 VR-3000 7375 CHINA, HEISEI
Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding 1080 VR-3000 7376 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding 1081 VR-3000 7377 CHINA, VIA MARINE
N/A VR-3000 7420 CHINA, VIA MARINE
N/A VR-3000 7421 CHINA, VIA MARINE
N/A VR-3000 7422 CHINA, ORC
N/A VR-5000 7423 IMD (Maintenance)
Shanhaiguan Shipbuilding Industry 021 VR-3000 7424 CHINA, ELETEK
Zhenjiang Chenglu Shipping CY-017 VR-3000 7425 CHINA, ELETEK
Dalian Shipbuilding Industry BC1800-22 VR-3000 7426 CHINA, HEISEI
Daesun Shipbuilding 518 VR-3000 7427 KOREA
Usuki 1714 VR-3000 7574 JAPAN
HHI 2059 VR-3000 7575 R. OF KOREA, HHI
HHI 2060 VR-3000 7576 R. OF KOREA, HHI
Taizhou Fengye Shipyard 32500-021 VR-3000 7577 CHINA, ORC
Chengxi shipyard CX0303 VR-3000 7673 CHINA, ELETEK
Jiangsu Eastern Heavy Industry 06C-031 VR-3000 7674 CHINA, ELETEK
TAIZHOU FENGYE SHIPYARD FYFY-10 VR-3000 7675 CHINA, ORC
N/A VR-5000 7676 IMD (Maintenance)
Jiangsu Rongsheng Heavy Industry 1018 VR-3000 7677 CHINA, VIA MARINE
HHI 2062 VR-3000 7773 R. OF KOREA, HHI
HHI 2061 VR-3000 7774 R. OF KOREA, HHI
New Times Shipbuilding VR-3000 7775 CHINA, WEST GOLD
Jiangsu Rongsheng Heavy Industry 1017 VR-3000 7842 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Jiangsu Rongsheng Heavy Industry VR-3000 7843 CHINA, VIA MARINE
Dalian Shipbuilding Industry BC1800-22 VR-3000 7844 CHINA, HEISEI
VR-5000 7845 IMD (Maintenance)
Dalian Shipbuilding Industry BC1800-1 VR-3000 7846 CHINA, HEISEI
N/A VR-5000 7848 IMD (Maintenance)

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Use the steps below when updating the VDR/S-VDR from V2.05 to V2.25.

A) When the VDR/S-VDR is configured.


1. Download and export the Config file from the V2.05 system.
2. Convert the Config file with the Config Converter on your PC, referring to the
attachment of this Furuno Information.
3. Replace the CF card with 2.05 to one with V2.25.
4. Create (partition) both HDD and DRU with VDR Maintenance Viewer V1.11.
5. Import and upload the converted Config file to the system.
6. Open the Audio channel in the Maintenance Viewer and ensure that “Codec”
setting is Dynamic64. If not, the Config file is not converted.

B) When the VDR/S-VDR is not configured.


1. Replace the V2.05 CF card with V2.25.
2. Create both HDD and DRU with VDR Maintenance Viewer V1.11.
3. Copy the Default Config file onto the system by clicking “Default” button.
4. Download the Config file and make software configuration.

Step 3

Fig.1

4) Changing DIP switch setting to original position


After updating the AP and RAP software, set the DIP switches back to the original
position (RAP: all OFF; AP: #1: ON and others: OFF).

5) Changing RAP software version in Software menu


The RAP version remains unchanged in the status display. Change AP and RAP
versions in the “Software” menu of VDR Maintenance Viewer.
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To read the RAP software version, press + and – on the RAP at a time. “04” represents
that the RAP version is V01.04

Fig.2 Status display, upper left corner

Fig.3 Changing RAP/AP software version manually

6) Setting all “Audio” channels to “Active”


The “Active” box is checked for all audio channels, 1 to 5 including No.2 VHF
channel even when VHF and microphone are not connected. If not, the LivePlayer
V4 works in Live mode, but does not in playback mode, indicating replayer.exe error
message.

Software menu

Check for all


channels.

Remove check when


microphone is not
Fig.4 Audio setup menu connected.
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The error signature is szAppName: replayer.exe; szAppVer: 0.0.0.0; szModName:


replay.exe; szModeVer: 0.0.0.0; and offset: 00008da1.
When the microphone is not connected, check “Active” box and uncheck MIC Test
Active boxes.

7) Changing output interval of GPS data


The new software, V2.25 generates error “234” when no GPS signal is received for 4
seconds. When connecting non-Furuno GPS such as JRC, check the output interval
of the ZDA sentence and set it to 1 second to comply with IEC61996. (The standard
requires the ZDA data to be input to the VDR/S-VDR every second.)

8) Changing “Color Mask Bit” setting for FAR-28x5/2xx7


When connecting FAR-28x5/2xx7 series radar, change Color Mask Bit setting in
Radar channel from 15 bits (default) to 12 bits. Otherwise, error message “Large
image size (186)” will result. This change is made for both 6 GB and 9 GB DRUs.

9) Configuring LivePlayer V4
Unlike LivePlayer Pro (Basic language), the NMEA decorder of LiverPlayer V4 uses
C language. The decoder file for the ETL and PRC sentences are available on the
Technet. The instruction how to write a decoder program is not available yet.
The operator’s manual, -B for VR-3020 explains that the decoder uses Basic
language, but this is incorrect.

Notice on installing Maintenance Viewer (LivePlayer V4 )


If no data appears in the “Information” and “Setting” boxes of the VDR
Maintenance Viewer (see Fig.3), check the Java version installed on your
PC: Control Panel > Java > General tab (Java Control Panel) > About). The
Maintenance Viewer does not run on the latest version (Version 6, Update
12) of Java. If Update 12 is installed, remove it and install Update 11 from
the supplied CDROM (jre.exe).

Fig.5 No data in “Information” area


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Table 1 lists the software compatibility.

Table 1 Software compatibility


DCU 2450031- V01.02 V02.05 V2.25
AP 2450026-01.01 X X
2450026-01.04 X X X
RAP 2450026-01.02 X X
2450026-01.04 X X X
JB 2450025-01.04 X X
2450025-01.05 X X X

Table 2 lists the playback software names to be used for the different DCU software.

Table 2 LivePlayers

DCU software Playback software name Version


V1.02 LivePlayer Pro V3.20
V2.05 LivePlayer V4 V0.88
V2.25 LivePlayer V4 V1.11

Table 3 shows how to identify the DCU software version without removing the CF
card from the slot. The V2.25 DCU displays the remaining memory areas in the
backup hard disk on the AP and the RAP.

Table 3 Identification of DCU software version

DCU software Label of J14 Indication on RAP


V1.02 LIVE PLAYER ---
V2.05 DATA ---
V2.25 DATA --4

Figs. 6 and 7 show the upper left corner of the startup display on the status
monitor connected to V1.xx and V2.xx DCU respectively. These appear during
loading of VDR program into the system.

Fig.6 Startup display of V1.xx Fig.7 Startup display of V2.xx


(Furuno logo) (Penguin)
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The status displays of V1.xx and V2.xx are illustrated in Figs. 8 and 9 respectively.

Fig.8 V1.xx status display

Fig.9 V2.xx status display


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Live play in Multi-cast


The V2.25 DCU sends “Live” data to up to two PCs connected to the network in
multi-cast mode.

Setup Procedure
1. Run VDR Maintenance Viewer.
2. Select Network tab.
3. Select eth1 in Information box.
4. Enter 239.255.0.1 in the Multicast Address box.

Fig.10 Entering Multicast address

No audio from LivePlayer V4


When the LivePlayer V4 generates audio intermittently in both Live and Playback
modes, change settings from 0 to 1 in the audio.ini file as below. The necessity of this
change depends on the configuration of your PC.

C: > Program file > VDRViewer > viewer > config > audio.ini

Parameters Default After Change


LocSoftware 0 1
RestoreDirectSound 0 1
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Radar Interface Check: Select OK when the Radar I/F board is installed and NG
when not installed. Incorrect setting will cause error 254.

Junction Box Count: Set the number of Junction box connected to the DCU.

DRU Flash Count: Set the number of flash memory in the DRU; 1 or 3.

Installation Engineer: Enter the name of person who installed the VDR/SVDR.

Installation Company: Enter the company name which the installation technician
belongs to.

Installation Date: Enter the data when the system is installed (configured).

MIC Test Time: Leave unchanged (00:00 and 12:00). The microphone is tested
00:00 and 12:00 automatically.

If this setting is wrong, error 254 will result.


When Radar I/F board is used: OK
When Radar I/F board is not used: NG

Fig.2 System menu


VR-3000/3000S/5000
How to Connect IEEE1394 Cable to DRU
The IEEE1394 cable is connected to the DRU by using the following steps.

1. Ensure that stoppers are


removed from the connector.

If the cable runs in opposite


direction, cut off stoppers with a
cutting pliers

Cap nut 2. Pass the cable through the cap


Teflon washer nut and place the Teflon washer
Rubber bush and rubber bush on the cable.

3. Apply the lubricating grease


supplied to the inner and outer
surface of the rubber bush.

4. Remove the grease from the


electrical contacts of the
connector if necessary. And
then connect the cable to the
DRU.
Step 5

5. Grease the threads with the


Step 4 lubricating grease to prevent the
nut from being burnt out.

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6. While pushing the cable into
the DRU, insert the bush into
the cable entry.

7. Apply silicone sealant, KE45


around the cable and over the
washer so that the washer is
invisible.

Cap nut 8. Tighten the nut until you see


only one thread.

Do NOT overtighten!

One thread

Cap nut
One thread

9. Apply silicone sealant, KE45 as


shown in the left figure for
watertightness.

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300 mm or 10. Form the excess cable into 300-
mm or more diameter loops.

Bind loops with cable ties and


secure them near the DRU.

Secure the cable between the loop


and the DRU.

Cable Bending Radius: 150 mm or more

Do NOT attach the excess cable


onto the handle as the left figure.

This causes the minimum bend


radius (150 mm) of the cable to be
exceeded.

It is recommended to store the


excess cable inboard. The protective
tubing is used for the non-armored
cable (Currently, an armored cable is
supplied as standard.)

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Identification of 2-port Repeater


There exists three types of two-port repeater, 24P0080: original, modified –22,
and –55.

1) Original (24P0080-00/22)
Never use this board in the DRU.

D11 (SL44)

D12 (SL44)

C/N of PCB: 00438179000


Fig.1 0 or 2

2) Modified 24P0080-22
The diode, Vishay SL44 on the original two-port repeater is likely to go short
circuit when it is used in the DRU. Thus, D11 and D12 are changed from
SL44 to the high voltage and high temperature diode, D2FL20U-5063. The
serial number of DRU with this board is 01xxxx.

D11(D2FL20U-5063,
small in width compared
with SL44)

D12
Type: D2FL20U-5063
C/N: 00015856110
Fig.2 2

3) 24P0080-55
Circuit modification is made and some parts including diodes are changed to
ones having higher withstand voltage. The serial number of DRU with this
board is 02xxxx.

D12 (D2FL20U-5063)

C/N of PCB: 00110121000


Fig.3 5
Diode Test on 2-Repeater

The most likely cause for the DRU to be damaged is short-circuited diode, D12
(Vishay SL44) on the two-port repeater, 24P0080-22.

Following explains how to check the diode without removing it from the printed
circuit board by using a digital multimeter with diode-check function.

Necessary tool
1) Multimeter with diode-check function
(Open circuit voltage for diode test more than 2.0 V recommended)

To check the diode whether it is shorted or not;

1. Locate diode D12 on the two-port repeater, 24P0080-22.

D12
Board level

Fig.1 D12 (Vishay SL44) on two-port repeater, 24P0080-22

2. Set the function switch on the multimeter to the “DIODE” position as shown in Fig.2.

Fig. 2 Function switch on Sanwa PC500

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3. Connect the red (+) lead to the anode and the black (-) to the cathode. The
readout is more than 0.1 V when the diode is good.

Anode Cathode

Good
Red Black

Bad
Fig.3

If the meter displays “OL” (Over Limit) as shown in Fig.4, check the leads for
good connection. The board has the anti-humidity coat.

Fig.4

4. Reverse the connections. The readout is more than 0.5 V when the diode is
good.

Black Red

Fig.5

Table below summarizes the test results.

Meter readout Judgment


Step 3 Step 4
0.1 V or more 0.5 V or more Good
Less than 0.1 V - Short-circuited
- Less than 0.5 V
OL - Bad connection of
- OL multimeter leads

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c) “Error 431” problem (FQ4-2009-027) is removed.

d) The illogical audio channel setting (page 3/7 of FQ4-2009-012) is corrected.

B) Live Player V4
NMEA decoder has the following changes.
a) hexToDec and decToHex functions are added.
b) “substr” function enables extracting the head of a string.
c) GGA, GNS, MWD, MWV, RMC, and RPM sentence are added.

Table below is the compatibility matrix.

Previous System V4 Viewer PDU


Current (V02.25) (V01.11) (V01.11) (55)
System Program (V02.50) *2 - *1
Live Player V4 (01.32) X - -
Maintenance Viewer (V01.32) *1 - -
PDU board (66) *1 - -

*1: Yes, but no auto-recovery function, *2: Yes, but no additional features of V4

Note 1) V2.50 “config” file differs from other versions. Use the configuration
converter to convert the file. Two converters, V1.0X to V2.50 and V2.25 to
V2.50 are available.

Note 2) When updating system software from V1.xx to V2.50, RAP/AP and RJB are
also updated to the latest version. Refer to FQ4-2009-005.

Note 3) If “double-byte character”, “&”, and “Roman numerals” are included in


config file which is downloaded fromV01.0x VDR, delete these characters and
numerals. Otherwise, the config file will not be imported to the V2.5x VDR.

VDR Update Kit


Type: VR-3000/S-V2.5X-E
C/N: 00001720500
Remarks: Contents of the kit are listed in the attached “Update Procedure
Instructions.”

Factory-modified sets:
DCU with V2.50: 4417-3217 and after
DCU with PDU -66: 4417-3257 and after
How to Convert Configuration File
Revised
(V1 to V2) Note added. (July, 2011)

Following describes how to covert the configuration file for V1.0x to V2.50.

Necessary software: vdrcfgconv.exe (ConverterV1.xxtoVC250 02.zip)

Note)
If “double-byte character”, “&”, and “Roman numerals” are included in config
file which is downloaded fromV01.0x VDR, delete these characters and
numerals. Otherwise, the config file will not be imported to the V2.5x VDR.

1. Double click vdrcfgconv.exe in vdrcfgconv folder to run the VDR Config Converter.

Fig.1 V1 to V2 VDR Config Converter

2. Click the browse button, .. to select the V1 file to be converted in the “source
(V1).”
3. A file, vr3000d.xml is generated in the “output (V2)” automatically. This file is
the configuration file for V2.50.
4. Change the file name if necessary. (It is recommended that the file name
includes the ship’s name.)
5. Press CONVERT.
6. Press Yes on the confirmation dialog box.
7. Press show log.
8. Restart the converter to convert another file.

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How to Convert Configuration File
(V2.25 to V2.50)

Following describes how to covert the configuration file for V2.25 to V2.50.
(V2.05 config file is converted to V2.25 by using Config Converter (v2_05-v2_25)
first, and then V2.50.)
Necessary software: ConverterVC2.25toVC2.28

1. Download “ConverterVC2.25toVC2.28” folder from the Technet.


The folder includes following files and one excel file (not used).

1) conversion.vbs
2) findrep.prm
3) insert.prm
4) replace.prm

2. Move the V2.25 “Config” file into the same folder as above four files.

3. Double click conversion.vbs.

4. Enter the file name of the V2.25 “Config” file and click OK. The file is converted
automatically. In the example below, the V2.25 “Config” file to be converted is
VR3000_Test.xml.

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When the conversion is complete, “Conversion is ended.” message appears.

5. Click OK.

The created log data looks like below.

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How to Convert Configuration File
(V1 to V2)

Following describes how to covert the configuration file for V1.0x to V2.50.

Necessary software: vdrcfgconv.exe (ConverterV1.xxtoVC250 02.zip)

1. Double click vdrcfgconv.exe in vdrcfgconv folder to run the VDR Config Converter.

Fig.1 V1 to V2 VDR Config Converter

2. Click the browse button, .. to select the V1 file to be converted in the “source
(V1).”
3. A file, vr3000d.xml is generated in the “output (V2)” automatically. This file is
the configuration file for V2.50.
4. Change the file name if necessary. (It is recommended that the file name
includes the ship’s name.)
5. Press CONVERT.
6. Press Yes on the confirmation dialog box.
7. Press show log.
8. Restart the converter to convert another file.

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How to Convert Configuration File
(V2.25 to V2.50)

Following describes how to covert the configuration file for V2.25 to V2.50.
(V2.05 config file is converted to V2.25 by using Config Converter (v2_05-v2_25)
first, and then V2.50.)
Necessary software: ConverterVC2.25toVC2.28

1. Download “ConverterVC2.25toVC2.28” folder from the Technet.


The folder includes following files and one excel file (not used).

1) conversion.vbs
2) findrep.prm
3) insert.prm
4) replace.prm

2. Move the V2.25 “Config” file into the same folder as above four files.

3. Double click conversion.vbs.

4. Enter the file name of the V2.25 “Config” file and click OK. The file is converted
automatically. In the example below, the V2.25 “Config” file to be converted is
VR3000_Test.xml.

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When the conversion is complete, “Conversion is ended.” message appears.

5. Click OK.

The created log data looks like below.

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V4 NMEA Decoder

Programming NMEA Decoder for LivePlayer V4

The NMEA decoder for the Liveplayer V4 is programmed in C language, a "case


sensitive" language while the one for the LivePlayer Pro in Basic language.

Following describes how to program the NMEA decoder to show the received serial
data in the LivePlayer V4.

1. Basic Data Types


Two basic data types; “double” and “int” are available.
(1) Double: Extended precision floating point, Example: 1.23, 3.00
(2) Int: Integer, Example: 1, 100

2. Arithmetic Operators
The following arithmetic operators are available.
x + y: Addition
x – y: Subtraction
x * y: Matrix multiplication
x / y: Right division

Example:
Data type A=x+y A = x -y A=x*y A=x/y
x Double 1.5 2.9 2.2 3.0
y Double 2.2 1.1 1.1 2.0
A Double 3.7 1.8 2.42 1.5
Integer 3 1 2 1

3. Comparison Operators
Comparison operators compare numeric values for relationships such as equality.

A == B: A is equal to B.
A != B: A is not equal to B.
A <= B: A is less than or equal to B.
A >= B: A is greater than or equal to B.
A < B: A is less than B.
A > B: A is greater than B.

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V4 NMEA Decoder

4. Character “#”
The character “#” specifies the field in the received NMEA sentence. For example,
when receiving data string, $GPZDA,190124.89,22,04,2008,00,00*65, #2 and #3
select the second and third fields respectively, that is, 190124.89 and 22. “,” in the
NMEA data string is the data field delimiter.

5. Basic Functions

5.1 print
The “print” function outputs a literal string. For example, if you write print (“ knt
Fwd”);, “ knt Fwd” is output. If you write two or more character strings, for example,
print (“A”, “B”);, the output is “AB.”

5.2 trend
The “trend” function outputs a numeric value. For example, if you write trend
(double (2));, double type data, 2.0 is output. If there is two or more “trend”
function, the last “trend” function overwrites the previous data.

5.3 Basic template


The following shows the basic structure of decoder text.

Example:

Search for ZDA


Print (#3," ", #4," ", #5);
Trend (double (#3));

With the above decoder text, the decoder outputs the character string, “22 04
2008” and the numeric values, “22.0” if the received sentence is
$GPZDA,190124.89,22,04,2008,00,00*65.

6. The if statement
The “if” statement is decision-making statement. In the simplest form, it looks like this:
If (condition) {
print (xxxx);
}
condition is an expression that controls what the rest of the statement will do. The
print (xxxx) is executed only if condition is true.

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V4 NMEA Decoder

Any number of “if” clauses may appear. Each condition is tested in turn, and if one is
found to be true, the corresponding body is executed.

7. Advanced Functions

7.1 strcmp
The “strcmp” function compares two strings and returns zero if these are equal. If
these are not equal, other than 0 is returned. For example, strcmp (#4, A)
compares the fourth filed of the received sentence with A.

7.2 substr
The “substr” function extracts a section of a character string. The substr (A, X, Y)
extracts the characters between Xth+1 to Yth+1 of the character string A. X and Y
are a natural number including zero (0). For example, substr (A, 1, 4) extracts
BCDE if the character string A is ABCDEFGHIJ and strsub (A, 0, 0) A.

7.3 fmt
This function formats a numeric value.

Example:
<Decoder text>
double d = 123.0;
fmt ( “%5.3f” , d);

The format command, fmt (“%5.3f , d) changes the variable number “d” to the
number in three decimal place. The number right to the dot in “%5.3F” defines the
number of digits after decimal point. The number left to the dot defines the number
of digits of integral part.

In the above example, “double d= 123.0” defines “d” is the number of decimal
place and the initial value is 123.0. The decoder outputs this number in three
decimal place, or 123.000.

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8. The return statement


The “return” statement terminates the execution of a function.

In the example below, “trend (double (2))” outputs 2.0 and the first print function 22 A
2008. The “if” clause is true, so “end” is printed and no following statement, “trend
(double (#3))” is executed.

Example:

<Received sentence> $GPZDA,190124.89,22,A,2008,00,00*65

<Decoder text>
Search for ZDA
trend (double (2));
print (#3," ", #4," ", #5);
if (strcmp (#4, “A”) == 0) {
print (“end”);
return;
}
trend (double(#3));

Result: The character string is 22 A 2008end and the numeric value is 2.0.

9. hexToDec
This function converts Hexadecimal value to Decimal number.

Example:

<Received sentence> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, a, b, c

<Decoder text>
(1) print (hexToDec (#10));
(2) print (hexToDec (b));

Result: (1) The value in the 10th field “a” is converted to decimal number 10.
(2) The hex value “b” is converted to decimal number “11.”

10. decToHex
This function converts Decimal number to Hexadecimal value.

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11. Advanced template


Following describes more complicated decoder text.

<Received sentence>
$GPRMC,151032.15,A,0018.1,N,00056.8,W,1929.0,225.0,020408,0.0,E,A,*30

Second filed (#2) Thirteenth field (#13)


Third field (#3)

<Decoder text>
Search for RMC
if (strcmp (#13,"N")==0) {
print ( "GNSS failed");
return;
}
if (strcmp (#3,"A")!=0) {
print ( " !");
}
print ( substr (#2,0,1),":", substr (#2,2,3),":", substr (#2,4,5));

if (strcmp (#3,"A")!=0) {
print ( " GNSS warning");
}
trend (double ( #9));

As the first “if” clause is not true (the thirteenth field of GPRMC sentence is not N, but
A), the next “if” clause is executed. The second “if” clause is not true because the third
field is A. The print statement in the middle of the text is executed: substr (#2,0,1)
outputs 15, substr (#2,2,3) 10, and substr (#2,4,5) 32. The third “if” clause is not true
and the next statement, trend (double ( #9)); is executed.

Result: The character string is 15 : 10 : 32 and the numeric value is 225.0.

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VR-3000/3000S SOFTWARE UPDATE
This document explains how to update the software of the VDR to the most recent version. There
are two cases where an update can be performed:
Update from 2.25 to 2.50
Update from 1.xx to 2.50
Note: For operation with Windows XP/Vista (32bit English or Japanese version) only
Follow the instructions in FURUNO Information (FQ8-2010-001) to register pre-modifed and
modified configuration files with Furuno SMS service.

Update Kit:

Name Model Code Number Qty Description


1 Compact Flash VR-3010V2 001-052-960-X 1 Main software
2 CD-ROM 2450045/46 001-052-950-00 1 Data
Replay/Maintenance
software
3 Data Extraction C42-00408-D 000-159-489-13 1
Procedure
4 Error code sheet C42-00407-D 000-159-488-13 1
5 Instruction Manual OME-44373-C 000-169-588-12 1 VDR Maintenance
Viewer
6 Operator Manual OME-44372-C 000-169-583-12 1 VR-3020 Live Player
V4
7 Label Mark 2.5009-1606-X 100-348-990-10 1 J14 (Data)
8 Connector JEC9-XH4-#26-L2 000-170-945-10 Serial Cable
Assembly 500
9 CD-ROM 2450025/26 1 RAP/AP/JB use
software
10 Software Update E42-00806-B 000-170-944-11 1 This document
Manual
11 Operation Manual OME-44370-G 000-157-078-16 1 VR-3000/S OM

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Document Replacement
Replace Live Player Operator’s Manual VR-3020, Data Extraction Procedure and Error Code
sheets with new ones in this list.

1. How to Update from V2.25 to V.2.50


The update performs the following tasks:

1. Replace Compact Flash (CF).


2. Live Player V4/VDR Maintenance Viewer on the PC.
3. Modification of Config setup contents.

Note: The Converter software (V2.25 -> V2.50) is required to modify the configuration file.
Download the conversion software from Furuno Technet before modifying.

1.1 How to Change the CF (VDR Software Update)


Change the Compact Flash (CF) to the CF included in the kit while the power of the VR-3000/S is
off (Refer to the following image for CF location).

1.2 How to Install Live Player V4/VDR Maintenance Viewer to the PC


Note: When installing the latest version of Live Player V4 and the VDR Maintenance Viewer
(V1.30), make sure to uninstall the previous version beforehand, if it is already installed.

To uninstall the pervious version:


1.) Select VR3000 Uninstall from Windows Start Menu> Programs>VR-3000.
2.) Delete the VDR Viewer from the My Computer>C:>Program Files folder.

1. Insert the CD-ROM (2450045/46-), included in the kit, into the PC CD drive.
2. Double click on the file view.exe on the CD-ROM.
3. Follow the directions given by the Installation Wizard. Live Player V4 and the VDR
Maintenance Viewer will be installed to the PC. Run the VDR Maintenance Viewer now.
4. JAVA is in the FTP Folder of the CF. Download and install. Replace the JAVA in the CF folder
of the VR3000.

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1.3 How to Update the VDR Configuration File
Download the converter (V 2.25 -> V 2.50) from Furuno Technet and update the configuration file
from V2.25 to V2.50 (Take note that which converter software to use depends on the version of
the VDR soft).
1. With the V2.25 in operation, download the current VDR configuration data from
theVR-3000/S.
2. Activate the converter software (V2.25 -> V2.50) and read the downloaded data.
3. Press the Replace button. The data file will be updated with the V2.50 file of the same name
(the original file will be saved under a different name in the same place).
4. Activate the VR-3000/S using V2.50 software.
5. Read the updated VDR configuration by the VDR Maintenance Viewer, apply to VR-3000 /S.
At this time the VDR configuration file will be VC2.28.

Note: Download the converter software (V2.25 -> V2.50) from Furuno Technet.

2. How to Update from V1.xx to V2.50


Before performing the upgrade operation, connect the current version VDR to the PC, and
download the VDR Config file using the Web Configurator. For detailed instructions, refer to the
Web Configurator Instruction Manual.

Update performs the following tasks;


1. Remote Alarm Panel (RAP) software update.
2. Alarm Panel (AP) software update.
3. JB software update (only when the JB is installed).
4. Replaces Compact Flash (CF).
5. Installs Live Player V4/VDR Maintenance software to the PC.
6. Formats DRU and Backup HDD.
7. Imports VDR Config data (Web Configurator -> Maintenance Viewer).
8. Uploads config data.
9. Adds label mark.

2.1 How to Update the RAP Software


1. Reboot the PC and insert the CD (2450025/26-) into the PC CD drive.
2. Double click the file fdtv305r01.exe in the 2450026-01.04 Folder on the CD to install the
Flash Development Toolkit (FDT). During installation, set the language setting to English.
3. After installing the FDT, copy the 2450026-01.04 Folder to the PC.
4. Connect the RAP (VR-3016) and DCU (VR3010).
5. Open the cover of the RAP and connect J4 to the PC COM1 via the cable included in the kit.

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6. Inside the RAP unit, set the DIP Switches S1-1 and S1-2 to 1 (ON), and DIP Switches S1-3
and S1-4 to 0 (OFF).
7. Double click on the file ROM_Rapap.fpf in the 2450026-01.04 Folder that has been copied to
the PC, to start the FDT Simple Interface.
8. If the message “The unpacking directory for this file already exists. Would you like to
overwrite?” appears, click the Yes button.
9. Supply power to the RAP by turning on the DCU.
10. Click the Program Flash Button of the FDT Simple Interface.
11. If a message is displayed asking if a file exists that has been updated after the current User
Image was created, click the No button.
12. Confirm if a message indicating the image has been successfully written to device is
displayed in green in the recording message area of the FDT Simple Interface.
Note: An error will be displayed in red. Turn off the power of the DCU and confirm the settings of
the DIP Switches in the RAP, and the RAP-to-PC connection. Repeat steps 4 to 12 again.
If, after several attempts, an error continues to occur, it may be because of the CPU of the RAP,
the driver IC or the state of the connection cable itself.
13. Turn off the power of the DCU.
14. Click Finish in the FDT Simple Interface.
15. Remove the cable connecting the PC to the RAP.
16. In the RAP, set DIP Switches S1-1 and S1-2 to 0 (OFF).

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2.2 How to Update the AP Software
Note: The AP is the Alarm Panel in the DCU

To upgrade the AP Software perform the following:


1. Remove the connector J4, in the AP, inside the DCU, and connect J4 to the PC COM1 using
the serial cable included in the kit.

2. Inside the AP, set DIP Switches S1-1 and S1-2 to 1 (ON) and DIP Switches S1-3 and S1-4 to
0 (OFF).
3. Double click on the file ROM_RapAp.fpf in the 2450026-01.04 Folder on the PC, to launch
the FDT Simple Interface.
4. If the message “The unpacking directory for this file already exists. Would you like to
overwrite?” appears, click the Yes button.
5. Turn on the power of the DCU.
6. Click the Program Flash Button of the FDT Simple Interface.
7. If a message is displayed asking if a file exists that has been updated after the current User
Image was created, click the No button.
8. Confirm if a message indicating the image has been successfully written to device is
displayed in green in the recording message area of the FDT Simple Interface.
Note: If an error is displayed in red when performing Step 8, turn off the power of the DCU and
confirm the settings of the DIP Switches in the AP and the AP-to-PC connection. Repeat from
step 2.
9. Turn off the power of the DCU.
10. Click [Finish] in the FDT Simple Interface.
11. Remove the PC connection cable and replace with the original connector to J4.
12. In the AP, set DIP Switch S1-2 to 0 (OFF).

2.3 How to Update the JB (IF-8530) Software


1. Copy the folder 2450025-01.25 from the CD-ROM (2450025/26) to the PC
2. Connect the DCU to the JB (IF-8530)
3. Connect COM1 of the PC to the PROGRAM port of the JB using the serial cable included in
the kit.

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4. Double click on the file upmain.bat in the 2450025-01.05 folder.
5. When the TARGET POWER ON message is displayed, turn on the power of the DCU.
6. After the program is finished confirm CR12 (CPU) in the JB is lit.
7. Turn off the power of the DCU (JB)
8. Remove the cable between the PC and the JB.
Note: upmain.bat will presume that COM1 is being used as the PC connection port. When using
a different port, update the final parameter of the upmain.bat (do not change any other
parameters).
Ex: If using COM2: uppg loadapl.bin rjbmain.bin 005002
If using COM4: uppg loadapl.bin rjbmain.bin 005004

2.4 How to Format the DRU and Backup HDD


Note: Format must be performed before adjusting configuration settings. Formatting after
performing configuration will cause all data to be lost. Perform the following operation when
initializing recording media. The following explains how to format using a LAN Cable. If using a
IEEE1394 cable, refer to section [5.2: Creation] in the VDR Maintenance Viewer Instruction
Manual included in the kit.

Format the DRU as follows (LAN connection):


1. Confirm that the Playback/CPU switch on the DCU is set to the CPU position (Refer to the
illustration on page 5).
2. Connect the LAN cross cable between J14 in the DCU and the PC (Refer to the illustration on
page 5).
3. Start the VDR Maintenance Viewer on the PC and click on the Tool menu.
4. Select Media Management to open the VDR Media Management dialogue box.
5. Check that IP address shown in the “LAN Connect to IP” in the “VDR Media Table” area is the
same as the IP address access point.
6. Select “LAN Connect to IP” in the VDR Media Table area.
7. Click the Analyze button. A list of recording media connected to the VDR appears.
8. Place a checkmark in the Select column for the Capacity field to be approx. 6000 MB or 9000
MB.
9. Select “DRU Creation” from the Operation dropdown list in the Operation area.
10. Click the Run button.

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Format the Backup HDD as follows (LAN connection):
1. To format the Backup HDD, place a checkmark in the Select column for the Capacity field to be
approx. 38000 MB.
2. From the Operation column of the Operation area, select “Backup HDD Creation (Radar)" or
“Backup HDD Creation”.
Note: The Backup HDD format method differs with 6GB and 9 GB DRU.
Use “Backup HDD Creation (Radar)" with 6GB.
Use “Backup HDD Creation” with 9GB.
3. Press the Run Button.

2.5 How to Import VDR Config Data


Download the converter (V 1.xx -> V 2.50) from Furuno Technet and update the configuration file
from V1.xx to V2.50 (Take note that which converter software to use depends on the version of
the VDR soft).

1. With the V1.xx in operation, download the current VDR configuration data from
theVR-3000/S.
2. Activate the converter software (V21.xx -> V2.50) and read the downloaded data.
3. Press the Replace button. The data file will be updated with the V2.50 file of the same
name (the original file will be saved under a different name in the same place).
4. Activate the VR-3000/S using V2.50 software.
5. Read the updated VDR configuration by the VDR Maintenance Viewer, apply to
VR-3000/S. At this time the VDR configuration file will be VC2.28.

Note: Download the converter software (V2.25 -> V2.50) from Furuno Technet.

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Data Config Listing
Radar config is performed from the Select Equipment menu.
Config.ini File Maintenance Viewer Remarks
Category Location Setting Value (Default) Tab No. Item Value (Default)
NODES N_1 mac_addr1 00:90:fb:80:df:91 Network
ip_addr1 10.0.0.100 eth1 IP Address 10.0.0.100
ip_mask1 255.0.0.0 eth1 Subnet Mask 255.0.0.0
mac_addr2 00:90:fb:80:df:92
ip_addr2 172.31.24.1 eth2 IP Address 172.31.24.1
ip_mask2 255.255.0.0 eth2 Subnet Mask 255.255.0.0
use_mcast 0
ip_mcast 239.255.0.1 eth1 Multicast Address 239.255.0.1 239.251.0.1 Fixed
rjb_state 0 JB JB No.1 Active Add Checkmark if 1
Set only first JB,
second JB and
beyond do not
need to be set
(Set JB added
later by LAN and
not by Serial)
SOUND SC_1 state 1 Audio
name ADLINK 9111DG
node_id 1
no_of_ch 5
codec 1 CHNo.x Codec Dynamic 64
SND_CH_x sc_id 1
sch_state 1 Active If 1, add a
checkmark
sch_ch_id Data Name Input
comprehensive
name for Data
sch_src Type No. Input equipment
type
sch_sample_rate 15625 Sampling Frequency Do not change Fixed value
sch_data_size 8
sch_mic_a 0 MIC Test Active Set whether or not
M1/M3/M5 to perform MIC
TEST.
If 1, add a
checkmark
sch_mic_b 0 MIC Test Active Set whether or not
M2/M4/M6 to perform MIC
TEST.
If 1, add a
checkmark
sch_thrshld 0
sch_thrshld_t 0
sch_wave_files 0
sch_src_type 0
sch_ch_note Note

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Note: After performing all settings, confirm that the Alarm Panel is not displaying any errors.
In the event an error is displayed, refer to the error code chart included in the kit to cancel the
alarm.

2.3 How to Save Config Data


Save (update) the set configuration data to DRU, Backup HDD and CF.

1. After completing all configurations, click on the Maintenance Menu on the upper left side of
the screen.
2. Choose VDR Config Management from the pull down menu. The VDR Config Management
dialogue box will display.
3. Click the Update button in the VDR Config Management dialogue box.
4. Confirm that the information in the Maintenance Viewer Config area is the same as the
information that is displayed in the VDR System Config area.
If the information is not the same, perform step 3 again.
5. Click the Write button (the button above the VDR, DRU and backup HDD indicator arrow)
6. Confirm that the VDR config status is matched. If it is not matched, perform step 5 again.
7. Click the Write button (above the VDR and CF indication arrow)
8. Confirm that the information displayed in the Compact Flash Saved Config area and
information in the VDR System Config area are the same. If the information is not the same,
repeat step 7.

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2.4 How to Mount the Label Mark
Mount the Label Mark included in the kit above the J14 (Live Player) label in the DCU.

DCU

Place the label J14(Data)


above J14 (LivePlayer).

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Preventing Short Circuit between Coil and Cover

The following describes how to prevent the short circuit between the coil, L1 and the
cover in the DC-DC converter in the DCU.

Necessary parts: Sekisui Polyesper tape #900, 15 mm x 30 mm

1. Unplug the Dsub 15-pin VGA connector(s). Fig.1

Dsub 15-pin VGA


connector (s)

Fig.1 VGA connector(s) in DCU

2. Remove six screws (ringed in Fig.2).

TB board assembly

Fig.2 TB board assembly

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3. Remove the cable clamp with the cables connected, loosening two screws which fix
the clamp to the chassis. Fig.3

Cable clamp

Fig.3 Cable clamp

4. To gain access to the DC-DC converter, remove the TB board assembly as shown
in Fig.4.

DC-DC
converter

TB board
assembly

Fig.4 DC-DC converter in DCU

5. Check if the coil uses the heat shrink tube.

Coil without heat shrink tube Coil with heat shrink tube

Fig.5 Coil (L1) in DC-DC converter

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6. When the coil is NOT isolated, apply Sekisui Polyesper tape (#900), 15 mm x 30
mm onto the cover as shown in Fig.6.

Apply the tape 20 mm long on the inside first and then place the holdback on the
outside. Press the tape on the inside firmly onto the cover with a screwdriver.

Sekisui Polyesper tape, #900

A
Polyesper tape,
15 mm x30 mm added

20mm

View from “A” Pressing tape with screwdriver

Fig.6 Applying “Polyesper” tape

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Note
1) V01.50 “config” file differs from V01.00 and V01.02. Use the configuration
converter to convert the file.

2) It is NOT necessary to update RAP/AP and RJB when updating system software
from V01.xx to V01.50.

3) The DCU and DRU are partitioned with the VDR Maintenance Viewer.

4) The Color mask bit is set to “9 bits” for the connection of FEA2xx7 series radar.

5) If “double-byte character”, “&”, and “Roman numerals” are included in


config file which is downloaded fromV01.0x VDR, delete these characters and
numerals. Otherwise, the config file will not be imported to the V2.5x VDR.

Factory-modified serial number for PDU board is; VR-3000 4417-3257 and after

Type and code number for Update kit


Type Code Number Remarks
VR-3000/S-V1.5X-E 00001717800 English
VR-3000/3000S SOFTWARE UPDATE
This document explains how to update the software of the VDR to the most recent version. There
are two cases where an update can be performed:
Update from 1.00 to 1.50
Update from 1.02 to 1.50
Note: For operation with Windows XP/Vista (32bit English or Japanese version) only
Follow the instructions in FURUNO Information (FQ8-2010-001) to register pre-modified and
modified configuration files with Furuno SMS service.

Update Kit:

Name Model Code Number Qty Description


1 Compact Flash VR-3010V1.50 001-052-960-X 1 Main software
2 CD-ROM 2450045/46 001-052-950-00 1 Data
Replay/Maintenance
software
3 Data Extraction E42-01007-A 000-174-405-10 1
Procedure
4 Error code sheet E42-01005-A 000-174-401-10 1
5 Instruction Manual OME-44376-A 000-174-414-10 1 VDR Maintenance
Viewer
6 Operator Manual OME-44375-A 000-174-412-10 1 VR-3020 Live Player
V4
7 Software Update E42-01006-A 000-174-403-10 1 This document
Manual
8 Operation Manual OME-44374-A 000-174-410-10 1 VR-3000/S OM

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Document Replacement
Replace Live Player Operator’s Manual VR-3020, Data Extraction Procedure and Error Code
sheets with new ones in this list.

How to Update from V1.00/V1.02 to V1.50


Before performing the upgrade operation, connect the current version VDR to the PC, and
download the VDR Config file using the Web Configurator. For detailed instructions, refer to the
Web Configurator Instruction Manual.

Update performs the following tasks;


1. Remote Alarm Panel (RAP) software update.
2. Alarm Panel (AP) software update.
3. JB software update (only when the JB is installed).
4. Replaces Compact Flash (CF).
5. Installs Live Player V4/VDR Maintenance software to the PC.
6. Formats DRU and Backup HDD.
7. Imports VDR Config data (Web Configurator -> Maintenance Viewer).
8. Uploads config data.
9. Adds label mark.

1. How to Change the CF (VDR Software Update)


Change the Compact Flash (CF) to the CF included in the kit while the power of the VR-3000/S is
off (Refer to the following image for CF location).

2. How to Install Live Player V4/VDR Maintenance Viewer to the PC


Note: When installing the latest version of Live Player V4 and the VDR Maintenance Viewer
(V1.32), make sure to uninstall the previous version beforehand, if it is already installed.

To uninstall the pervious version:


1.) Select VR3000 Uninstall from Windows Start Menu> Programs>VR-3000.
2.) Delete the VDR Viewer from the My Computer>C:>Program Files folder.

1. Insert the CD-ROM (2450045/46-), included in the kit, into the PC CD drive.
2. Double click on the file view.exe on the CD-ROM.

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3. Follow the directions given by the Installation Wizard. Live Player V4 and the VDR
Maintenance Viewer will be installed to the PC. Run the VDR Maintenance Viewer now.
4. JAVA is in the FTP Folder of the CF. Download and install. Replace the JAVA in the CF folder
of the VR3000.

3. How to Format the DRU and Backup HDD


Note: Format must be performed before adjusting configuration settings. Formatting after
performing configuration will cause all data to be lost. Perform the following operation when
initializing recording media. The following explains how to format using a LAN Cable. If using a
IEEE1394 cable, refer to section [5.2: Creation] in the VDR Maintenance Viewer Instruction
Manual included in the kit.

Format the DRU as follows (LAN connection):


1. Confirm that the Playback/CPU switch on the DCU is set to the CPU position (Refer to the
illustration on page 2).
2. Connect the LAN cross cable between J14 in the DCU and the PC (Refer to the illustration on
page 2).
3. Start the VDR Maintenance Viewer on the PC and click on the Tool menu.
4. Select Media Management to open the VDR Media Management dialogue box.
5. Check that IP address shown in the “LAN Connect to IP” in the “VDR Media Table” area is the
same as the IP address access point.
6. Select “LAN Connect to IP” in the VDR Media Table area.
7. Click the Analyze button. A list of recording media connected to the VDR appears.
8. Place a checkmark in the Select column for the Capacity field to be approx. 6000 MB or 9000
MB.
9. Select “DRU Creation” from the Operation dropdown list in the Operation area.
10. Click the Run button.

Format the Backup HDD as follows (LAN connection):


1. To format the Backup HDD, place a checkmark in the Select column for the Capacity field to be
approx. 38000 MB.
2. From the Operation column of the Operation area, select “Backup HDD Creation for V1.5x”.
3. Press the Run Button.

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4. How to Import VDR Config Data
Download the converter (V 1.xx -> V 1.50) from Furuno Technet and update the configuration file
from V1.xx to V1.50 (Take note that which converter software to use depends on the version of
the VDR soft).

1. With the V1.xx in operation, download the current VDR configuration data from
theVR-3000/S.
2. Activate the converter software (V1.xx -> V1.50) and read the downloaded data.
3. Press the Replace button. The data file will be updated with the V1.50 file of the same
name (the original file will be saved under a different name in the same place).
4. Activate the VR-3000/S using V1.50 software.
5. Read the updated VDR configuration by the VDR Maintenance Viewer, apply to
VR-3000/S. At this time the VDR configuration file will be VC2.28.

Note: Download the converter software (V1.xx -> V1.50) from Furuno Technet.

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Data Config Listing
Radar config is performed from the Select Equipment menu.
Config.ini File Maintenance Viewer Remarks
Category Location Setting Value (Default) Tab No. Item Value (Default)
NODES N_1 mac_addr1 00:90:fb:80:df:91 Network
ip_addr1 10.0.0.100 eth1 IP Address 10.0.0.100
ip_mask1 255.0.0.0 eth1 Subnet Mask 255.0.0.0
mac_addr2 00:90:fb:80:df:92
ip_addr2 172.31.24.1 eth2 IP Address 172.31.24.1
ip_mask2 255.255.0.0 eth2 Subnet Mask 255.255.0.0
use_mcast 0
ip_mcast 239.255.0.1 eth1 Multicast Address 239.255.0.1 239.251.0.1 Fixed
rjb_state 0 JB JB No.1 Active Add Checkmark if 1
Set only first JB,
second JB and
beyond do not
need to be set
(Set JB added
later by LAN and
not by Serial)
SOUND SC_1 state 1 Audio
name ADLINK 9111DG
node_id 1
no_of_ch 5
codec 1 CHNo.x Codec Dynamic 64
SND_CH_x sc_id 1
sch_state 1 Active If 1, add a
checkmark
sch_ch_id Data Name Input
comprehensive
name for Data
sch_src Type No. Input equipment
type
sch_sample_rate 15625 Sampling Frequency Do not change Fixed value
sch_data_size 8
sch_mic_a 0 MIC Test Active Set whether or not
M1/M3/M5 to perform MIC
TEST.
If 1, add a
checkmark
sch_mic_b 0 MIC Test Active Set whether or not
M2/M4/M6 to perform MIC
TEST.
If 1, add a
checkmark
sch_thrshld 0
sch_thrshld_t 0
sch_wave_files 0
sch_src_type 0
sch_ch_note Note

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Note: After performing all settings, confirm that the Alarm Panel is not displaying any errors.
In the event an error is displayed, refer to the error code chart included in the kit to cancel the
alarm.

5 How to Save Config Data


Save (update) the set configuration data to DRU, Backup HDD and CF.

1. After completing all configurations, click on the Maintenance Menu on the upper left side of
the screen.
2. Choose VDR Config Management from the pull down menu. The VDR Config Management
dialogue box will display.
3. Click the Update button in the VDR Config Management dialogue box.
4. Confirm that the information in the Maintenance Viewer Config area is the same as the
information that is displayed in the VDR System Config area.
If the information is not the same, perform step 3 again.
5. Click the Write button (the button above the VDR, DRU and backup HDD indicator arrow)
6. Confirm that the VDR config status is matched. If it is not matched, perform step 5 again.
7. Click the Write button (above the VDR and CF indication arrow)
8. Confirm that the information displayed in the Compact Flash Saved Config area and
information in the VDR System Config area are the same. If the information is not the same,
repeat step 7.

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DRU Firmware Update Procedure


Following describes how to update the firmware of the driver board in the DRU
from V1.02 to V1.03. The update provides the reliable communications between
the DCU and DRU, changing the data transfer rate of the driver board from 400M
bps to 100M bps.

Driver board

Fig.1 Driver board in DRU

Necessary parts
1) PC (Windows XP) with IEEE1394 port
2) IEEE1394 2-port repeater (24P0080)
3) Power supply (12 V or 24V, 1A) for 2-port repeater
4) IEEE1394 cable (6 pin-6 pin, 1 m)
5) IEEE1394 cable (6 pin-4 pin or 6 pin-6 pin, 1 m)
6) Firmware uploader software (Win_Uploader_Install_1_64.exe)
7) Java (V1.6)
8) V01.03 firmware (fw912r.bin)

Preparation
(1) Install Java (V1.6) onto the PC. If the Live Player V4 software is already
installed onto the PC, the necessary Java software is also installed.

(2) Install the Firmware uploader software onto the PC.

(3) Save V01.03 firmware onto drive C of the PC.

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How to install firmware uploader software

To update the firmware, “Oxsemi Uploade”r is installed onto the PC by using the
following steps.

1. Double-click “Win_Uploader_Install_1_64.exe.” The InstallShield Wizard


appears.

2. Click Next.

Fig.2 InstallShield Wizard (Welcome page)

3. Select Complete and click Next.

Fig.3 InstallShield Wizard (Setup Type)

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4. Select the root to Drive C by using Change…and click Next.

Fig.4 Choose Destination Location

5. Click Install.

Fig.5 Ready to Install the Program

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6. Click Finish.

Fig.6 InstallShield Wizard Complete

7. Select Yes, I want to .. and click OK.

Fig.7 Restarting Windows

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Connecting DRU to PC
The DRU is connected to the PC through the IEEE1394 2 port repeater with the
1-m IEEE1394 cables as shown in Fig.8.

Note: When the PC outputs DC voltage, do not connect the power


cable to the 2-port repeater.

2-port repeater
(24P0080)

1-m IEEE1394 1-m IEEE1394


cable (4 pin/6 pin cable (6 pin/6 pin)
or 6pin/6pin)

12 to 24 Vdc, 1A MIN.

Fig.8 Connecting DRU to PC

Important!

1) If the update fails, the DRU will be irreparable.


2) Do not use 20m/25m/30m IEEE1394 cable for updating the firmware.
3) Do not supply the voltage to the repeater from the DCU which may cause
power interruption for bus reset. If the power interruption occurs, updating will
fail.

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Firmware Update Procedure


To update the firmware;

1. Select Start > Program > Oxford Semiconductor.

2. Run Oxsemi Uploader. The current firmware version (V01.02) is displayed as


shown in Fig.9. If “No devices were found” message (Fig.10) appears,
select OXFW911 and click Rescan bus.

Fig.9 Confirming current firmware version

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Fig.10 “No devices were found” in Current Bus Status

3. Click Upload/Upgrade Firmware.

Fig.11 Clicking Upload/Upgrade Firmware

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4. Select fw912r.bin (V01.03 firmware) and click Open (O).

Select fw912r.bin.

Open (O)
button

Fig.12 Selecting new firmware file

5. Wait until the progress bar reaches 100%.

Fig.13 Process bar showing loading status

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6. Ensure that the firmware is updated to v01.03 and click Exit.

Fig.14 Ensuring current firmware version

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To fill the gap with silicone sealant;

1. Fill the threaded hole on the boss with silicone sealant, Chemiseal S-8400W.
Fig.3 (a)
2. Insert a M6 bolt, arranged locally until the sealant oozes off of the gap. Fig.3 (b)

M6 bolt, arranged locally

Silicone sealant
(S-8400W)
Silicone sealant
oozed out
Gap
(a) (b)
Fig.3 Filling gap with silicone sealant

3. Ensure that there is no gap between the boss mounting plate and the DRU side
cover. If yes, fill it with the silicone sealant.

DRU side cover

Boss mounting plate


Check for no gap on both sides.

Fig.4 Gap under boss mounting plate

Factory-modified sets: From February 2007

Repainting DRU
Remove any corrosion on the DRU, using a wire brush and then, repaint the area in
the similar color.

Fig.5 Corrosion on DRU handle


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Flowchart to Remove Problems on IEEE1394 Line

Error(s)
(018/022/094/098

*: Windows Disk Management

Does PC* No
recognize HDD? Replace HDD.
(See Fig.1.)

Yes

*
1m Good 2-port DRU
PC repeater or
Result NG HDD
of HDD SMART Replace HDD.
diagnosis? 12 to 24VDC Fig.1

Good

Does PC* Does PC*


No No
recognize DRU with recognize DRU with
30-m cable? Replace DRU.
1-m cable?
(See Fig.1.) (See Fig.1.)

Yes Yes

Replace 30-m cable.

Is
firmware of DRU Update DRU Firmware (See FQ4-2010-061).
V1.03?

Yes

-55 or MOD –22


Is 2-port See FQ4-2010-029.
repeater in DCU Replace 2-port repeater with –77.
–22 ?

Yes

Check 30-m cable for minimum


bending radius, or replace 30-m
cable.
VR-3000/S Diagnostic of Hard Disk
Following describes the procedure to monitor the hard disk health by using the Disk Health
Monitoring Utility, ”CrystalDiskInfo” which uses the S.M.A.R.T. technology.

Necessary tool
(1) PC
(2) Software”CrystalDiskInfo3_7_0.exe “ downloadable from Technet
(3) SATA/IDE-USB adapter (e.g. FHC-237)

Fig.1 SATA/IDE-USB Adapter, FHC-237

Preparation
1. Download ”CrystalDiskInfo3_7_0.exe“ file from the Technet.
2. Copy the file on your PC.
3. Execute the file and install the software onto your PC by following on-screen instructions.

Connection of hard disk to PC


1. Loosen two screws which fix the hard disk to its case.

Fig.2

2. Pull the hard disk out of the case.

Fig.3

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3. Pull the hard disk straight away from the connector on the Drive board, being careful not
to bend the connector pins.

Drive board
HDD

Fig.4

4. Connect the hard disk to the USB port on the PC with the adapter. The DC power is also
connected to the hard disk.

To USB port of PC

To AC outlet

These four pins are


not used.

Fig.5 Connecting HDD to PC with adapter

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Checking HDD with SMART tool
To estimate hard disk lifetime;

1. Execute ”CrystalDiskInfo,” double-click .


2. Select an appropriate language in the Language toolbar, if necessary.
3. Select the hard disk in the Disk menu. The type of the hard disk used in the VDR is
FUJITSU MHV2040AC 40.0GB or FUJITSU MHW2040AC 40.0GB.

Fig.6

4. Check following items. If one of check items is bad, replace the HDD with new one.

Check items HDD is replaced with new one when the result is
(1) Health Status Caution (Yellow) or Bad (Red)
(2) Power On Hours 20,000 hours or more
(3) Worst Less than Threshold value
(4) Write Error Rate 80 or less

(1)

(2)

(4)

(3)

Fig.9 S.M.A.R.T data

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VR-3000/3000S Replacement of HDD


Following describes how to replace the HDD in the case with new one.
Hard Disk Handling Precautions

1) Do not press on the hard disk. Hold the hard disk by the sides only. Do not
apply any force to the hard disk during handling.
2) Always handle the hard disk with care to prevent damage from shock,
vibration or electrostatic discharge. Do not touch the printed circuit board.
3) Static electricity can damage the hard disk. Make sure you use an anti-static
wristband.

1. Remove the HDD from the DCU.

2. Remove screws and slide off the case gently. Set screws aside to reuse.

Screw

Top cover

Screw

3. Pull the hard disk drive straight out from the connector.

Name: Hard Disk


Type: MHW2040AC
C/N: 00113618000
HDD

4. Connect new hard disk drive to the connector and reassemble by reversing
above steps. Note the keying features on the hard disk connector.

Key (No pin) for connector Key (No hole) in connector


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Changed APIC Mode setting:


4417-3544, 3557, 3576, 3579, 3580, 3583, 3585, 3587 to 3595, 3597 to 3604, 3606
to 3621, 3635 to 3647

Restored new default BIOS settings:


4417-3605, 3622 to 3634, 3648, and after

(3) Use LivePlayer V4 of V1.33. (Refer to FQ4-2011-012.)

The following documents cover features of new program.


a) Live Player V4 Operator’s Manual, OME-44372-D
b) VDR Maintenance Viewer Instruction Manual, OME-44373-D
VR-3000/3000S FQ4-2011-011

VR-3000/3000S BIOS Setting Procedure


The current BIOS version has APIC Mode in Advanced BIOS Features set to
“Disabled.” This setting is changed to “Enabled” when V01.52 and V02.52 are used.

There are two methods to change the BIOS setting.

1) Restoring the default BIOS setting with a CF card supplied from Furuno Technical
Center
2) Changing the setting through the BIOS menu.

How to Load Default BIOS

Necessary tool: CF card with default settings, PS2 keyboard, and VGA monitor

1. Replace the CF card containing the VDR system program with one having the
default BIOS settings.
2. Turn on the VDR/S-VDR and press DEL to enter BIOS.
3. Set FWH Write protection in Advanced CMOS Features to “Disabled.”

4. Press F10 to show SAVE to CMOS and EXIT (Y/N)?, and then press Y.
5. Wait for a while until Update FEB-3738VL2A-J BIOS to Rev.: R1.00. W9-J (Y, N)?
is displayed in the bottom line of the screen.
6. Press Y, and the default BIOS is restored automatically.

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7. When the BIOS is restored, the system reboots. The BIOS version number, Rev.:
R1.00.W9-J (04122011) is displayed for a moment during the Windows XP start up
process.

8. Press DEL to enter BIOS.


9. Select “Load Optimized Defaults,” and then press Y.

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10. Verify the following BIOS settings in Advanced BIOS Features.

11. Press F10 to show SAVE to COMS and EXIT, and press Y.
12. Turn off the VDR/S-VDR and insert the VDR program CF card.

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How to change BIOS settings through menu


Following describes how to change BIOS settings through the BIOS menu. If this
procedure is used, APIC Mode changes to “Disabled” when the BIOS battery goes flat.

1. Connect the monitor and the keyboard to the DCU.


2. Turn on the VDR/S-VDR.
3. Press DEL key to run Setup.

4. Select Standard CMOS Features in


BIOS CMOS Setup Utility.

5. Set Date and Time, if necessary.

6. Change Halt On to No Errors.

7. Return to the top menu.

8. Select Advanced BIOS Features.

9. Change following settings as left.

- First Boot Device


- Boot Other Device
- Boot UP Floppy Seek
- APIC Mode

10. Press F10 key to save changes.

11. Press Y key.

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Factory-modification

In the DCU having serial number 4417-3462 and after, the RC circuit on the CPU
board is deleted.

1) R837, R838, R839, and R840 located on the parts side of CPU board are changed
to 0 ohm.
2) C806, C807, C809, and C810 located on the soldering side of CPU board are
removed.

Changed to 0 ohm

Fig.2 R837, R838, R839, and R840 on CPU board, parts side

Removed

Fig.3 C806, C807, C809, and C810 on CPU board, soldering side
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VR-3000/S (V2.xx) How to download and analyze log files

1. Open VDR Maintenance Viwer in Serviceman right.


2. Select Maintenance > Software History Management > Software History: Collect.

Fig.4 Software History Management

3. Enter “Destination” and then select At Once.


4. Click OK.

Fig.5 Software History Collect

5. A ZIP file is automatically created as shown below.

Fig.6 Log file (zip)

6. Unzip the file and in Event.dru and Event.hdd files, search kmsg|<3>ieee1394:
sbp2: aborting sbp2 command, kmsg|<4>0x?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? (?:
alphanumeric characters) and kmsg|<7>ieee1394: unsolicited response packet
received - no tlabel match.
How to analyze Log file

Following describes how to analyze the log file with the Log Analyzer.

The using the Log Analyzer, packet errors, following messages are detected
automatically.

kmsg|<3>ieee1394: sbp2: aborting sbp2 command


kmsg|<4>0x?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? (?: alphanumeric characters)

or, kmsg|<7>ieee1394: unsolicited response packet received - no tlabel match

1. Copy Event.dru and Event.hdd in the downloaded zip file to the desktop.
2. Download Log Analyzer from the Technet.
3. Getting Macros enabled, run the Log Analyzer.
4. Click Clear in the Time Conversion sheet to delete the existing data.
5. Click Conversion in the same sheet.
6. Select log file, Event.dru or Event.hdd and click Open.
7. Wait until the message “xx line loading completed”. It takes several minutes when
the file is large.
8. Click OK.
9. Click Search in the Search Character sheet.
10. Check the hit number in the yellow background box.
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CONTENTS

Chapter 1 General
1.1 What is VDR/S-VDR ............................................................................ 1
1.2 System Configuration........................................................................... 2

Chapter 2 Functional Description


2.1 Data Storage Device ............................................................................ 3
2.2 Partition on Memory Device ................................................................. 4
2.3 IEEE1394 Communication Lines.......................................................... 5
2.4 Audio Input Circuit ................................................................................ 6
2.4.1 Bridge microphone ................................................................................. 6
2.4.2 VHF interface unit................................................................................. 10
2.4.3 Connection of bridge microphone to IF-5200 ....................................... 10

2.5 Video Signal Input Circuit ....................................................................11


2.5.1 Connection of radar .............................................................................. 11
2.5.2 RGB board (03P9229) .......................................................................... 11
2.5.3 Connecting VGA output to video port.................................................... 12
2.5.4 Video channel setting............................................................................ 14

2.6 Serial Signal Input Circuit ................................................................... 22

2.6.1 Connection on remote junction box....................................................... 23

2.7 Digital Signal Input Circuit ................................................................. 26


2.8 Analog Signal Input Circuit.................................................................. 28
2.9 LAN Interface Circuit........................................................................... 29
2.10 Telnet Connection ............................................................................. 30
2.11 Power Supply Circuit......................................................................... 31
2.12 Start-up Sequence............................................................................ 32
2.13 Web Configurator.............................................................................. 35

Chapter 3 Location of Parts .................................................................. 38

Chapter 4 Maintenance ......................................................................... 47


4.1 Jumper and Switch Settings ............................................................... 47
4.1.1 Data collection unit (DCU) .................................................................... 47
4.1.2 VHF interface unit ................................................................................. 49

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4.1.3 Remote junction box ............................................................................. 49

4.2 Voltage Check and Adjustment ........................................................... 51


4.2.1 24 VDC in DCU ..................................................................................... 51
4.2.2 Beacon battery voltage ......................................................................... 52
4.2.3 DC/DC converter output........................................................................ 52
4.2.4 DC/DC converter output........................................................................ 52

4.3 LED Status ......................................................................................... 53


4.4 Buzzer Volume .................................................................................. 54
4.5 Beacon Operational Check ................................................................. 54
4.6 Handling “Configuration” Data............................................................. 55
4.6.1 Download ............................................................................................. 55
4.6.2 Upload ................................................................................................. 56

4.7 Clear Index ......................................................................................... 58


4.8 Clear Configuration ............................................................................. 60
4.9 Software Update ................................................................................. 61
4.10 Burning CF Card............................................................................... 67
4.11 BIOS Setting ..................................................................................... 68
4.12 How to Use Auto Partition Tool.......................................................... 69
4.13 Showing Partition Table..................................................................... 71
4.14 2-hour Bridge Audio Recording Test.................................................. 72
4.15 Status Display ................................................................................... 72
4.16 Web Configurator Main Display......................................................... 74
4.17 Checking DRU and HDD................................................................... 76
4.18 Adding Beacon Cover ....................................................................... 77

Chapter 5 Replacement of Parts


5.1 Fuse .................................................................................................... 79
5.2 Backup Hard Disk (HDD) .................................................................... 79
5.3 Batteries .............................................................................................. 80
5.4 Compact Flash (CF) Card ................................................................... 82
5.5 DCU Fan ............................................................................................. 82
5.6 CPU Cooler (CPU fan) ........................................................................ 83
5.7 BIOS Battery ....................................................................................... 83
5.8 Power Switch Block ............................................................................. 84
5.9 Repeaters............................................................................................ 84

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5.10 Printed Circuit Board Case................................................................ 85
5.11 TB Block ............................................................................................ 86
5.12 PDU Board (24P0083) ...................................................................... 87
5.13 AC/DC and DC/DC Converters.......................................................... 88
5.14 IF Board ............................................................................................ 89
5.15 CPU Board ........................................................................................ 90
5.16 SDRAM Board................................................................................... 91
5.17 DC/DC Converter Fan ....................................................................... 92
5.18 Acoustic Beacon................................................................................ 92
5.19 DRU................................................................................................... 92

Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
6.1 Selftest ................................................................................................ 94
6.2 PDU Status Indication ......................................................................... 95
6.3 Error Codes......................................................................................... 95
6.4 Typical Symptoms................................................................................ 99
6.5 Q&A................................................................................................... 108
6.6 When Technical Support is Required................................................. 109

Schematic Diagrams

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Chapter 1 General

1.1 What is VDR/S-VDR


A Voyage Data Recorder is a device that records and saves the input signals from various
pieces of navigation equipment. A VDR is similar to the “Black Box” on the commercial
airplanes and is used to assist in the reconstruction and evaluation of events following an
accident.

There are two types of devices used to record voyage data: the VDR and the Simplified Voyage
Data Recorder (S-VDR). Compared to the VDR, the S-VDR has more flexibility in data input
requirements. See Table 1.1.

Both the VDR and the S-VDR must be connected to the ship’s emergency source of electrical
power to ensure the data-recording process is not interrupted by a loss of power. In the event of
a failure to the ship’s source of emergency power, both systems continue to record the bridge
audio using built-in batteries, or reserve source of power for two hours.

Our VDR, VR-3000 is comprised of Data Collecting Unit, Data Recording Unit (Protective
capsule), Remote Junction Box, and Bridge Microphone while the S-VDR, VR-3000S is
comprised of Data Collecting Unit, Data Recording Unit, and Bridge Microphone. See Fig.1.1
on the next page.

Table 1.1 Data to be recorded by VDR and S-VDR

Data to be Recorded VDR S-VDR


Bridge audio and one VHF radio communication Yes Yes
Date, time, position from the ship’s GPS Yes Yes
Ship’s heading from the ship’s gyrocompass Yes Yes
Speed from the ship’s speed measuring device Yes Yes
(Speed over ground or through the water)
Radar picture from the ship’s radar Yes Note 1
Automatic Identification System (AIS) Not required Note 1
Depth information from the ship’s echo sounder Yes Note 2
Engine demand and response signals Yes Note 2
Main alarms, fire alarms, bilge alarms, etc. Yes Note 2
Watertight and fire door status Yes Note 2
Rudder order and response from the ship’s helm Yes Note 2
Wind and speed direction Yes Note 2
Hull stresses and acceleration Yes, if fitted Note 2

Note 1) Record radar if off the shelf RGB interface is available,


otherwise record AIS data. AIS is not required if radar is
connected.
Note 2) Yes, if the data is available in IEC format.

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1.2 System Configuration

Fig.1.1 shows VR-3000/3000S system configurations.

Fig.1.1 VR-3000/3000S system configurations

Acronyms used in this manual are;

Unit Name Acronym


Data Collecting Unit DCU
Data Recording Unit DRU
Remote Alarm Panel RAP
Remote Junction Box RJB

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2.1 Data Storage Device


The system records and saves the input signals onto the flash memory in the DRU and the backup
hard disk (HDD) in the DCU, continuously erasing old data as new data is recorded.

The recording time is;

DRU: 12 hours to 13 hours depending on the number of sensor connected. 6-GB DRU
is required for single radar connection and 9-GB DRU for two radar connections.
HDD: 48 hours regardless of the number of connected radar

Ten memory buffers numbered 0 through 9 are used for data writing and reading in the DCU. The
input signal is written onto one of the buffers every 15 seconds and the data is transferred from
the buffer to both the DRU and HDD via IEEE1394 every 15 seconds.

The data transferred to the memory device is numbered, called “Record number” which increases
every 15 seconds. The buffer in use and the record number are displayed on the Status monitor
screen and Web Status display as shown in Fig.2.1.

The record number is reset to zero by carrying out “Index Clear.”

Record number DeviceBACKUP/Record number DeviceDRU


Buffer in use

Buffer in use:使用中のバッ
ファー

Fig. 2.1 Status monitor display

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2.2 Partition on Memory Device


The memory device is partitioned into four primary partitions of 1, 2, 3, and 4. The partition is
a contiguous set of blocks on a memory device that are treated as an independent memory. The
following data is stored onto each partition.

Web Configuration data: Partition 1


Index data: Partition 2
Received sensor data: Partition 3
Log data: Partition 4

The partition is created on the flash memory devices, both DRU and HDD with the following
block count values.

/dev/sda 1: 8000 or above


/dev/sda 2: 8000 or above
/dev/sda 3: any value
/dev/sda 4: 24000 or above

The DRUs having serial number 4999 and before use three flash memories and the DRUs 5000
and after one flash memory.

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2.3 IEEE1394 Communication Lines


The CPU is connected to the data storage devices, DRU and HDD with IEEE1394 cables as
shown in Fig.2.2. The IEEE1394 interface is a serial bus interface standard, for high-speed
communications with great capacity and isochronous real-time data transfer. The interface is
also known by the brand names of FireWire (Apple's name) and i.LINK (Sony's name).
The connection is hot-swappable within 90 seconds, allowing us to connect or disconnect
devices without turning off the system.

To prevent a loose connection, the IEEE1394 plug is fixed to its guide plate with a cable tie.

CPU board

J4
CPU
3-port J5
HDD repeater SW1
PLAYBACK

24Vdc

IEEE1394
Repeater

J7
TB1 board
(24P0078)
J8 J6
(LivePlayer Pro)
DRU PC

Fig.2.2 IEEE1394 circuit

PLAY

Fig.2.3 Connection on data selector, SW1

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2.4 Audio Input Circuit


The system provides 6 audio channels for the connection of the bridge microphone and 2 audio
channels for VHF audio connection. Two microphone signals are mixed in the TB1 board as
shown in Fig.2.4. The mixed audio signal cannot be play-backed separately. The TB2 board
sends audio signal to Audio I/F board, PCI-9111DG in the pcb case.

MIC1 Memory
Mixer
MIC2 A
Audio I/F
Memory CPU
MIC3 board
Mixer
B board
MIC4 (PCI-9111DG)

MIC5 Memory
Mixer
C
MIC6
TB2 board

Fig. 2.4 Block diagram of audio circuit

2.4.1 Bridge microphone


The bridge microphone consists of a microphone, a buzzer, and an amplifier. The buzzer is
used to test the microphone.

Microphone (VR-5011)
MIC 24V
MIC
Amplifier MIC 0V

A
Buzzer
B

Fig.2.5 Bridge microphone

Here is how the microphone is tested.

1. Turn off all microphones.


2. Turn on microphones 1, 3, and 5, and +24 Vdc is supplied to the buzzer in the
microphone via relay K1 on TB board.
3. Record a beep and check the received audio level.
4. Turn off microphones.
5. Turn on microphones 2, 4, and 6, and +24 Vdc is supplied to the buzzer in the
microphone via relay K2 on TB board.
6. Record a beep and check received audio level.
7. Turn off microphones.
8. Turn on all microphones.

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The microphone test is automatically carried out at power-on and then every 12 hours in
accordance to the IMO standard. The manual microphone test is made by pressing Test
Microphone button in the Configuration menu.
If MIC1, MIC3, and MIC5 are found to be No Good (NG) by the manual microphone test, the
relay K1 on the TB2 board may be defective. If MIC2, MIC4, and MIC6 are found to be NG
by the manual microphone test, the relay K2 on the TB2 board may be defective.

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J12 J3
MIC_24V_ A 1 1
1 FL K1 24 V
TB6 MIC_0V
4 FL 9 13 0V
(MIC 1) 2 MIC_ A1
FL 13 14 U11
MIC_ B1
3 FL 14 9 (1/4) VOICE 3
J4
MIC_24V_ B U12
1 FL 5 5 K2 24 V U14 7
TB7 MIC_0V (1/4)
4 FL 9 15 0V
(MIC 2) 2 MIC_ A2
FL 15 16 U11
MIC_ B2
3 FL 16 9 (2/4)

MIC_24V_ A
1 FL 1 1 K1 24 V
MIC_0V
TB8 4 FL 9 17 0V
MIC_ A3
2 FL 17 18 U11
(MIC 3 FL
MIC_ B3
3 18 9 (3/4) VOICE 4
MIC_24V_ B U12
1 FL 5 5 K2 24 V U15
MIC_0V (2/4) 9
TB9 4 FL 9 19 0V
MIC_ A4
(MIC 4) 2 FL
MIC_ B4
19 20 U11
3 FL
20 9 (4/4)

MIC_24V_ A
1 FL 1 1 K1 24 V
MIC_0V
TB10 4 FL 9 21 0V
MIC_ A5
FL
(MIC 5) 2 MIC_ B5
21 22 U13
3 FL 22 (1/4)
9 VOICE 5
MIC_24V_ B U12
1 FL 5 5 K2 24 V U16 11
TB11 MIC_0V (3/4)
4 FL 9 23 0V
(MIC 6) 2 MIC_ A6
FL 23 24
MIC_ B6 U13
3 FL
24 9 (2/4) U11 to U13:
OPA4227
U14 から U18:
MIC_24V_ A
1 FL 1 1 K1 24 V
TB12 MIC_0V
4 FL 9 25 0V VOICE 1
VHF_A1
(VHF 1) 2 FL 25
VHF_ A1 26 U13
3 FL 26
U17 3
9 (3/4)
MIC_24V_ B
1 FL 5 5 K2 24 V
TB13 4 FL
MIC_0V
9 27 0V VOICE 2
VHF_ A2
(VHF 2) 2 FL 27 28 U13
VHF_ B2 U18 5
3 FL 28 (4/4)
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TB1 board (24P0078) TB2 board (24P0079)

Fig.2.6 Flow of audio signal on TB1 and TB2 boards

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MIC2, MIC4, MIC6
K1 & K2
J3
Parts name: Relay
Type: G6A-274P-DC12V (Omron)
C/N: 000-157-949

MIC1, MIC3, MIC5

MIC2, MIC4, MIC6

Mark1

9
J4

“Mark” signal is applied when microphone test is made.

Fig. 2.7 K1 and K2 on TB2 board used for microphone test


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Chapter 2 Functional Description

2.4.2 VHF interface unit


An optional VHF interface unit, IF-5200 is used to mix audio signals from MIC and SP
(Speaker) lines. When the VHF does not have the VDR port, microphone and speaker lines
from the VHF handset are mixed for the connection to the VDR/S-VDR by using this interface
unit.
FM-8700 and FM-8700 do not have the VDR port and need the VHF interface unit when
connecting it to the VDR/S-VDR, but the latest model, FM-8800 has the VDR port which
outputs mixed signal of microphone and speaker lines and does not required the VHF interface
unit. The VHF interface unit is also used when connecting the VHF of other makes and when
connecting more than 6 microphones and more than three VHF.

The unit has two identical circuits called channel 1 and channel 2. The attenuators, DS1 for
channel 1 and DS3 for channel 2 adjust audio level of microphone line. Each digit of the DIP
switch attenuates the signal by 10 dB, 20 dB, 30 dB, and 40 dB from left. The factory-default
is 10 dB for all Furuno VHF. The output signal from channels 1 and 2 is mixed with the jumper
wire, JP1 removed.
10 dB, 20 dB, 30 dB, and40 dB from left
The audio level of the speaker line is
attenuated by 10 dB when #1 of DS2
(channel 1) and DS4 (channel 2) are set to
ON. The DIP switch, #2 of DS2 and DS4
selects either connection of VHF or bridge
microphone.

Fig.2.8 IF-5200

2.4.3 Connection of bridge microphone to IF-5200


If more than 6 bridge microphones are required, use the VHF interface unit, IF-5200. Two
microphones can be connected to the VHF interface unit as shown in Fig.2.9.

Setup on IF-5200:
JP1: OPEN; DS1 to DS4: all OFF; putting a jumper wire between 0V and PTT-SW lines on
CN1 and CN5; and unplugging CN3 connector (Wires connected to the CN3 will act as an
antenna and causes noisy audio.)

Fig.2.9 Connection of bridge microphones to IF-5200

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2.5 Video Signal Input Circuit


The system can receive the video signal that meet the VESA (Video Electronics Standards
Association) standard. The video signal is connected to the frame grabber board, or Radar I/F
board with a Dsub15 connector. The frame grabber supports video signals up to 1600x1200
video resolution, 60 Hz vertical synchronous signal, and 162 MHz pixel rate.

Receivable synchronous signals are Separate, Composite, and Sync-on-Green types. One of
these types is selected through the video channel menu.

The grabber board has four ports and the channel is activated through the menu. The output
from the grabber board is connected to DRU, HDD, and/or the network through the menu. The
6-GB DRU is connected to one video channel output, 9-GB DRU two channels, and HDD two
channels. A maximum of four video channels is connected to the PC with LivePlayer software
via Ethernet.

2.5.1 Connection of radar


The Furuno radar is connected to VDR/S-VDR as shown in Fig.2.15, page 13. To connect the
radar to the VDR/S-VDR, an optional RGB buffer board, 03P9229 is built-in the radar.

2.5.2 RGB board (03P9229)


The type A RGB board is used for FR-2xx5 and the type B for FAR-2xx7. Table 2.1 shows the
differences between A and B boards. Jumpers, J4, J5, and J6 are set to B for all Furuno radars.

Table 2.1
PCB type Model R9 R10 R12 R13 R15 R16 R20 R21 R22
03P9229A FR-2xx5 560 330 560 330 560 330 75 75 75
03P9229B FAR-2xx7 390 390 390 390 390 390 75 75 75
(Unit: ohms)

A Reversed B Not reversed (Default)


J5 (V SYNC Polarity) J4 (H SYNC polarity)

A -5 V B -12 V (Default) J6 (Voltage selection)

Fig. 2.10 RGB board (03P9229)

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Figs. 2.11 to 2.13 are output signals from the RGB board in FAR-2xx7 with VDR/S-VDR
disconnected.

1.3V
4.5V
0V 0V

15us

Fig. 2.11 Video Signal Fig. 2.12 H SYNC signal

4.5V
0V
17ms

Fig. 2.13 V SYNC signal

2.5.3 Connecting VGA output to video port


The VGA output (J4) is connected to the video port for the test purpose as shown in Fig.2.14 if
necessary. The Radar Model in Video Channel Edit menu is set to 8->SXGA@60Hz.

Video CH2

Video CH1

Fig.2.14 Connecting VGA output to video port for test purpose

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VR-3000/S
L=400 and L=700

DSUB
Frame grabber
(Radar I/F
board)

BNC x 5

75-ohm coaxial cable


Radar I/F kit with a BNC connector
Type: RI-3010 at both ends
C/No. 004-388-070

BNC x 5 Radar
DSUB/BNC converter
(optional) (No buffer circuit)
Type: DUSB-BNC-1 RGB DVI/RBG
C/No. 000-148-528 DSUB DSUB board board
L=2m
(FAR-2XX7)

VGA cable with a DSUB15 at


both ends
VDR I/F kit (optional)
Type: KB-HD152K FAR-2XX7: OP03-180-2,
C/No. 000-152-099 008-536-070

FAR-28X5 (before 06/2002):


OP03-177, 008-528-270
FAR-28X5 (after 06/2002):
OP03-178, 008-528-280

Fig.2.15 Connection of Radar FR-21X5: OP03-162, 008-501-130

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2.5.4 Video channel setting


Table 2.2 describes “Video channel” menu. The video channel is automatically setup for the
following radars and video signals.

1 -> FR21X5 2 -> FAR28X5 3 -> FAR21X7


4 -> FAR28X7 5 -> 1024x768 6 -> EC1000C
7 -> StatusVGA 8 -> SXGA@60Hz 9 -> SXGA@75Hz
10 -> SXGA@85Hz 11 -> UXGA@60Hz

Table 2.2
Name Parameter Description
Save IMAGE to DRU ON/OFF Selects whether data is recorded
onto DRU or not.
Save IMAGE to VDR ON/OFF Selects whether data is recorded
BACKUP Disk onto HDD or not.
Transmit IMAGE to ON/OFF Selects whether data is sent to
NETWORK Network (LivePlayer) or not.
Channel# VD1/VD2/VD3/VD4 Video channel to be edited
Channel id Identification of connected radar
(ex. No.1 Radar S band)
Source Radar model (ex. FAR-2127)
Source type Not used
Radar Model Automatic setting for known radar
model
Horizontal offset about 100 to 300 Adjusts horizontal position.
Vertical offset about 10 to 50 Adjusts vertical position.
PLL multiplier Pixel rate is divided by Horizontal
frequency. For example, when
(Horizontal scan time)
Horizontal frequency is 48.363 kHz
and Pixel rate is 65 MHz, PLL
multiplier is 65/48.363 = 1344.

Horizontal frequency =
49.09 MHz/(Horizontal LOW
counter + Horizontal HIGH
counter)
Horizontal SYNC Polarity 0 -> Positive Horizontal LOW counter >
Horizontal HIGH counter; Positive
1 -> Negative
Horizontal LOW counter >
Horizontal HIGH counter; Negative
Vertical SYNC Polarity 0 -> Positive Vertical LOW counter > Vertical
HIGH counter; Positive (0)
1 -> Negative
Vertical LOW counter < Vertical
HIGH counter; Negative (1)
Horizontal Resolution Find in radar specifications.
Vertical Resolution Find in radar specifications.
Pixel Rate 0 -> 0 - 19 MHz Find in radar specifications.
1 -> 19 - 38 MHz
2 -> 38 - 75 MHz
3 -> 75 -120 MHz
4 ->120 -162 MHz

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Charge Pump Current 0 -> 0.1 mA Use default setting.


1 -> 0.5 mA (Default)
2 -> 1 mA
Phase 0 to 63 When pixel rate is 120 MHz or
high, adjustment of this value is
required. After changing the value,
readjust horizontal position.
Video Clock Polarity 0 -> Through (Default) Use default setting.
1 -> Reverse
Counter Clock Selection 0 -> 49 MHz (Default) Use default setting.
1 -> Pixel Rate
Save Image to Web Saved as JPEG
Color Mask Bit 6 bit to 21 bit 15 bit (248) or less typically
The higher the value, the more the
memory required. Use the smallest
value.
Sample Rate 15 secs fixed
Interlace Type 0 -> Not Interlace When Hd/Vd Phase counter
changes, choose 1 (Interlace).
1 -> Interlace
Pulse Position for Interlace 0 to 4092, 1/4 of Horizontal LOW Counter
plus Horizontal HIGH Counter
Detection (only for Interlace) multiple of 4
Pulse Width for Interlace 0 to 4092, 1/2 of Horizontal LOW Counter
plus Horizontal HIGH Counter
Detection (only for Interlace) multiple of 4
Interlace Filed Polarity 0 -> Positive (Default) Use default setting.
When image deforms, change
1 -> Negative
setting.
Sync Type 0 -> Separate SYNC Find in radar specifications.
1 -> SYNC on Green
2 -> SYNC HD
3 -> SYNC VD
Pulse Width for VD 0 to 1020, To receive Composite and SOG
type signals, enter the value twice
Detection (Composite and multiple of 4
that of Horizontal HIGH Counter.
SOG)
HD/VD Sync Termination 0 -> Open Choose “1” to receive Composite
Sync signal.
(Composite Sync) 1 -> 75 Ohms
VCO Clock Hold 0 -> Off (Default) Change setting if the image is not
synchronized when receiving
(Composite Sync) 1 -> On
composite and SOG type signal.
Gain Red, Gain Green, and 0 to 255 (default: 54) Increasing gain setting results in
an image with less contrast.
Gain Blue
Use default setting.

Offset Red, Offset Green, 0 to 255 (Default: 165) Changes image brightness.
Use default setting.
and Offset Blue
Black bottom Level 0 to 255 (Default: 54)
Note Radar manufacturer (ex. Furuno)

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Connecting Furuno radar


When Furuno radar is connected, select Radar Model from the pull-down menu and all
necessary settings are made automatically. However, the polarity of Horizontal and Vertical
synchronous signal differs depending on installation. If no video appears on the Test display,
change the polarity setting. The default Hs and Vs polarity settings of FAR-2xx7 sometimes
require to be changed.

Connecting other make radar


Following describes how to setup video channel for other make’s radars. Before setting up the
video channel for other make’s radars, get the following information on radar video signals.

1) Horizontal SYNC Polarity


2) Vertical SYNC Polarity
3) PLL Counter (called “Horizontal scan time” sometimes)
4) Horizontal Resolution
5) Vertical Resolution
6) Pixel Rate
7) Interlace Type
8) Sync Type
9) Horizontal Frequency (Horizontal refresh rate)

At least, Horizontal and Vertical resolutions and Sync type are necessary. Other data can be
calculated or decided as below. If no framegrabber frontend data is displayed in Video Channel
monitor, no signal is input to the VDR/S-VDR in most case. Check the connection and the
signal level. Sometimes, the sync signal level is low and a buffer unit such as RGB buffer
available in a PC shop or Furuno 03P9039 board is required. The sync signal level is 2 V or
more.

(a) Horizontal Frequency (Fh)

Use the following formula to calculate Fh.

49.09 (MHz)
Fh =
(Horizontal LOW Counter + Horizontal HIGH Counter)

In the example of Fig.2.16, Fh = 49.09/(1196 + 186) = 49.09/1382 = 35.52 kHz.

Fig. 2.16 Frame grabber front data

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(b) SYNC signal Polarity


Horizontal SYNC Polarity; when Horizontal LOW (HIGH) counter is higher than
Horizontal HIGH (LOW) counter in the Video Channel monitor, the polarity is positive
(negative).

Vertical SYNC Polarity; when Vertical LOW (HIGH) counter is higher than Vertical HIGH
(LOW) counter, the polarity is positive (negative).

(c) Pixel rate


Based on the Horizontal frequency (Fh), find the Pixel rate in the table below. For example,
when the resolution is 1024x768 and Fh is 35.52 kHz, Pixel rate is 44.900 MHz.

The following table, typical video timing data gives not only Pixel rate, but also PLL
multiplier.
Table 2.3
640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480
H resolution 640 640 640 640 640
V resolution 480 480 480 480 480
Pixel rate (MHz) 25.175 25.175 31.500 31.500 36.000
PLL multiplier 800 800 832 840 840
Hs Polarity - - - - -
Vs Polarity - - - - -
Sync on Green No No No No No
Fh (kHz) 31.469 31.469 37.861 37.500 43.269
Fv (Hz) 59.941 50.030 72.810 75.000 85.008
1024x768 1024x768 1024x768 1024x768 1024x768
H resolution 1024 1024 1024 1024 1024
V resolution 768 768 768 768 768
Pixel rate (MHz) 44.900 78.750 94.500 65.000 75.000
PLL multiplier 1264 1312 1376 1344 1328
Hs Polarity + + + - -
Vs Polarity + + + - -
Sync on Green No No No No No
Fh (kHz) 35.522 60.023 68.677 48.363 56.746
Fv (Hz) 43.479 75.029 84.996 60.004 70.069
1024x768 1280x1024 1280x1024 1280x1024 1280x1024
H resolution 1024 1280 1280 1280 1280
V resolution 768 1024 1024 1024 1024
Pixel rate (MHz) 65.000 100.000 110.160 107.012 127.000
PLL multiplier 1352 1648 1728 1664 1696
Hs Polarity - + - + +
Vs Polarity - + - + +
Sync on Green No No No Yes Yes
Fh (kHz) 48.077 60.680 63.750 64.310 74.882
Fv (Hz) 59.797 57.030 59.747 60.385 69.853
1280x1024 1280x1024 1280x1024 1280x1024 1280x1024
H resolution 1280 1280 1280 1280 1280
V resolution 1024 1024 1024 1024 1024
Pixel rate (MHz) 135.000 135.000 108.000 135.000 157.500
PLL multiplier 1712 1728 1688 1688 1728
Hs Polarity + + + + +
Vs Polarity + + + + +
Sync on Green Yes Yes No No No
Fh (kHz) 78.855 78.125 63.981 79.976 91.146
Fv (Hz) 74.112 72.005 60.020 75.024 85.024

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(d) PLL multiplier


Use the following formula to calculate PLL multiplier. The value is also listed in the table
on the previous page.

Pixel rate
PLL multiplier =
Horizontal frequency (Fh)

For example, when pixel rate is 44.900 MHz and Fh is 35.52 kHz, PLL multiplier is;

44.900/35.52 = 1264

(e) Interlace type


When the Hd/Vd Phase Counter in the framegrabber frontend data changes, the scanning
system is Interlace. When the data remains almost the same value, the scanning system is
Non-interlace.

Following describes the framegrabber frontend data in the Video Channel monitor.

(1) Horizontal LOW counter (0 to 4095):


The number of the narrower pulses in the horizontal sync signal
(2) Horizontal HIGH counter (0 to 4095):
The number of the wider pulses in the horizontal sync signal
(3) Vertical LOW counter (0 to 4095):
The number of the narrower pulses in the vertical sync signal
(4) Vertical HIGH counter (0 to 4095):
The number of the wider pulses in the vertical sync signal
(5) Hd/Vd Phase Counter (0 to 4095):
The phase difference between Horizontal and Vertical sync signals
This value changes each scan in the scanning system of Interlace type,
while the value does not change in non-interlace type.

Connection of Tokimec Radar (BR-3440)


The radar requires a Tokimec optional buffer board to connect it to the VDR/S-VDR. The radar
is connected with the VDR/S-VDR with single cable because the radar outputs composite
video signal.

Select FR21x5 in radar model pull-down menu in Video Channel Edit menu and change
following settings.

・Horizontal Sync Polarity: 1. Negative


・Vertical Sync Polarity: 1. Negative
・Sync Type: 1. Sync On Green
・HD/VD Sync Termination: 1. 75 ohm

For fine adjustment, slightly change the


・PLL multiplier : 1688±5
・Phase
・Horizontal Offset
・Vertical Offset
・Pulse Width for VD Detection
・VCO Clock Hold
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Specification of Video signal from BR-3440


Screen resolution: 1280 dots (H)×1024 dots (V)
Refresh rate: V sync. Frequency = 58.5 Hz
H sync. Frequency = 62.2 kHz
Video signal: Green signal level (composite sync) = 0.3 V to 1.0 V
Polarity = positive
Sync signal: Composite sync (Sync ON Green only)
Signal level=0.0 V to 0.3 V
Polarity = negative
Band width of video signal (Dot Clock Rate): 107.5 MHz

Connection of JRC radar


To connect JMA-9900 and JMA-9800MK2, select “1024x768” in Radar Model pull-down
menu in Radar Channel Edit menu. These radars are VGA (1024x768), 0.5Vpp positive RGB,
and negative TTL Hs and Vs. Depending on installation, the JRC radar requires an amplifier to
amplify the Hs and Vs signal.

JMA-5300 outputs 1280x1024 and fH=63.9 kHz video signal.

Table 2.4
Connectivity to VGA
Model Necessary Kit (Optional)
VDR/S-VDR Output
JMA-3900 Yes CQD-1891 and CFQ-8914
JMA-5300 Yes Optional CQD-1891, CFQ-8914 and CAD-249
JMA-6000 No
JMA-7000 No
JMA-7700 Yes CQD-1891 and CFQ-8914
JMA-8000 No
JMA-9000 No
JMA-9700 No
JMA-9800MK1 Yes NAD-30 (Video Buffer) and MPBC36097
JMA-9800MK2 Yes Standard CQD-1891
JMA-9900 Yes Standard CQD-1891

CQD-1891 is a 3C-2V cable kit.

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Frame Grabber Setup Flow Chart


Start

Select VIDEO>Channels>Edit and set parameters as


below. Settings in parenthesis are reference only.
These parameters are set according to video signal.

Horizontal offset: 0
Vertical offset: 0
Horizontal sync polarity: (Positive)
Vertical sync polarity: (Positive)
Phase: 0
Horizontal resolution: (1280)
Vertical resolution: (1024)
Pixel rate: (according to resolution)
PLL (according to resolution)
Save image to web: Saved as JPEG
Sample rate: 15 seconds
Sync type: (Separate SYNC)

Click Calibrate button.

Change following parameters


one at a time.

1) First, Vertical offset


2) Next, Horizontal offset
3) Then, PLL multiplier

Click Test button and wait for 15 seconds.

No Picture is in position
Picture is aligned?
and correct size?

Yes

Change Phase setting.

From next page

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To previous page

Click Test button and wait for 15 seconds.

No Find a vertical line and


Picture shape OK?
make it a straight line.
Yes

Change Gain / Offset settings.

Click Test button and wait for 15 seconds.

No
Picture is good?

Yes

Change Color mask setting.


Yes

Click Test button and wait for 15 seconds.

No
Noise is eliminated?

Yes

Click Submit button.

Press Web-STATUS button in


Main menu and read image size.

No
750,000 or less?

Yes
End

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2.6 Serial Signal Input Circuit


The RS-422 serial signal is connected to TB14 (CH1) to TB21 (CH8) on TB1 board. The
signal is sent to the RS422 I/F board via TB2 board. Channels 1 (TB14) and 2 (TB15) receive
IEC61162-1 and -2 with an IEC61162-2 I/F circuit while other channels only IEC61162-1
signal with a photo coupler, PC400.

J5
SR_A J6
TB14 1 FL 3 3
SR_B I/F 1 2 RX0-
2 FL 2 2
(CH 1) SR_G (U19, T1)
3 FL 1 1 Y 1 RX0+

U19, U20: LTC1535C


SR_A
TB15 1 6 6
SR_B I/F
2 4 RX1-
2 FL 5 5
(CH 2) SR_G (U20, T2) Y 3 RX1+
3 FL 4 4
U27

R74, R77: 470


TB16 SR_A 6 RX2-
1 FL 3
7 7 R74
(CH 3) SR_B U21 5
2 FL 8 8 Y RX2+

U21, U22: PC400


TB17 SR_A 4 8 RX3-
1 FL 9 9 R77
SR_B U22 Y 7
(CH 4) 2 FL 10 10 RX3+

R80, R83: 470


SR_A
TB18 1 FL 11 11 R80 1 10 RX4-
SR_B U23
(CH 5) 2 FL 12 12 9 RX4+
Y
U23, U24: PC400

TB19 SR_A
1 FL 13 13 R83 2 12 RX5-
SR_B U24
(CH 6) 2 FL 14 14 11
Y RX5+

U28

R86, R89: 470


SR_A
1 FL 15 R86 3 14 RX6-
TB20 15 U25
SR_B
2 FL 16 16 13 RX6+
(CH 7) Y
U25, U26: PC400
SR_A 4 16 RX7-
TB21 1 FL 17 17 R89
SR_B U26
(CH 8) 2 FL 18 18 Y 15 RX7+

TB1 board (24P0078) TB2 board (24P0079)

Fig.2.17 Serial signal input circuit on TB1 and TB2 boards

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At factory, CH1 is set for the connection of GPS/DGPS receiver at 4800 bps and CH2 for AIS
at 38400 bps. When the GPS/DGPS is connected to other channel than CH1, the UTC and
Position Source menu needs to be reset. For example, if the high speed heading signal is
connected to CH1 at 38400 bps, the GPS/DGPS is connected to one of CH3 to CH8 (say CH3)
and the UTC and Position Source menu is changed from CH1 to CH3.

2.6.1 Connection on remote junction box


The DCU has the eight channels for serial signal connection and the optional Remote Junction
Box also has 8 channels. Channels 1 and 2 receive IEC61162-1 and -2 signals and channels 3
to 8 IEC61162-1 signal only. The baud rate for the signal to be received is set by the DIP
switches S3 and S4 in the Remote Junction Box.
The additional RJB is connected to the serial channel of the standard RJB at 19200 bps as
shown in Fig.1.18. Only channel 3 is used in the additional RJB to receive the serial signal.

19200bps
CH3 TB6 SERIAL OUT CH1
LAN
DCU RJB 19200bps SERIAL RS422 signal
CH4 RJB CH3

TB6 SERIAL OUT CH1


CH1, CH2, CH5 to CH8
(Serial signal) SERIAL
RJB RS422 signal
CH3

Fig.2.18 Connection of Serial signal to RJB

The LED on each serial channel on the RJB board blinks when receiving the signal normally.

Table 2.5 LEDs in serial signal input circuit


Channel No. CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8
LED CR8 CR9 CR11 CR10 CR16 CR17 CR19 CR18

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Block Diagram of Typical ICs

Photocoupler
Type: PC400

Output
Input

Isolated RS485
Transceiver

Type: LTC1535C

Operational
Amplifier

Type: OPA4227

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Lowpass switched
capacitors filter

Type: MAX293CWE

Vcc
Quadruple Differential Line
Driver

Type: SN75ALS172DW

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2.7 Digital Signal Input Circuit


Digital signals, 10 to 32 V and contact-closure signal are connected to the Remote Junction
Box (RJB), IF-8530. The signal is received by a photocoupler as shown in Figs. 2.19 and 2.20.
The contact-closure signal is connected to pins B and G with a jumper wire between pins 24
and A.
Table 2.6
Channel CH1 CH2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7 CH 8
IC number U25 U24 U23 U22 U21 U20 U19 U18
Channel CH 9 CH 10 CH 11 CH 12 CH 13 CH 14 CH 15 CH 16
IC number U46 U45 U44 U43 U42 U41 U40 U39
Channel CH 17 CH 18 CH 19 CH 20 CH 21 CH 22 CH 23 CH 24
IC number U56 U55 U54 U53 U52 U51 U50 U49
Channel CH 25 CH 26 CH 27 CH 28 CH 29 CH 30 CH 31 CH 32
IC number U76 U75 U74 U73 U72 U71 U70 U69
Channel CH 33 CH 34 CH 35 CH 36 CH 37 CH 38 CH 39 CH 40
IC number U89 U88 U87 U86 U85 U84 U83 U82
Channel CH 41 CH 42 CH 43 CH 44 CH 45 CH 46 CH 47 CH 48
IC number U104 U103 U102 U101 U100 U99 U98 U97
Channel CH 49 CH 50 CH 51 CH 52 CH 53 CH 54 CH 55 CH 56
IC number U5 U6 U7 U8 U9 U10 U11 U12
Channel CH 57 CH 58 CH 59 CH 60 CH 61 CH 62 CH 63 CH 64
IC number U26 U27 U28 U29 U30 U31 U32 U33

4.7K
24 24 V
1/2W
PC354N
4.7K 1 4
10 to 32 Vdc A
1/2W
2 3
Vdc B

G GND

Fig.2.19 Connection of voltage signal

4.7K
24 24 V
1/2W

PC354N
4.7K 1
A 4
1/2W
2 3
B

G
GND

Fig.2.20 Connection of contact-closure signal

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Two more remote junction boxes can be used to increase the number of digital channel. When
two or three RJBs are used, the DIP switches #6 to #8 of S5 are set to as shown in Table 2.7 for
channel identification. The SERIAL OUT CH1 port in the additional RJB is connected to one
of channels 3 to 8 of the standard RJB via RS-422 at 19200 bps.

Table 2.7
Remote Junction Box Box Number S5 #6 S5 #7 S5 #8
Standard RJB No.0 OFF OFF OFF
First additional RJB No.1 OFF OFF ON
Second additional RJB No.2 OFF ON OFF

The channel where the additional RJB is connected is set to receive the signal at 19200 bps by
DIP switches.

Remote 19200 bps


CH3 SERIAL OUT CH1
LAN Junction
DCU Box CH4 Digital signals
RJB (No.1)
(No.0) (64 channels)

Digital signals SERIAL OUT CH1


19200 bps Digital signals
(64 channels)
RJB (No.2) (64 channels)

Fig.2.21 Connection of digital signals to RJBs

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2.8 Analog Signal Input Circuit


The analog signal input circuit in the Remote Junction Box receives voltage signal in the range
from -10 V to 10 V and current signal in the range from 4 to 20 mA.

The voltage signal is connected to terminals V and G. The current signal is connected to
terminals I and G with a jumper wire between V and I. The current signal is converted to the
voltage signal with 470-ohm resistor.

The signal is amplified by the isolation amplifier and then operational amplifier. See Fig.2.22.

The Remote Junction Box has 16 analog channels. The analog channel in the additional RJB
cannot be used.

Fig.2.20 shows the block diagram of analog signal input circuit.

V
Isolation
I OP-Amplifier 12 Vdc
Amplifier
470 ohms
2W ISO122U
DC/DC converter
G

24 Vdc

Fig. 2.22 Analog signal input circuit

Table 2.8
Channel Number CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8
ISO amplifier U110 U111 U127 U128 U129 U130 U142 U143
DC/DC converter U109 U119 U126 U139 U113 U121 U131 U144
OP amplifier U112 U112 U120 U120 U141 U141 U140 U140
Channel Number CH9 CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16
ISO amplifier U116 U115 U133 U134 U136 U135 U149 U148
DC/DC converter U122 U114 U132 U145 U124 U118 U150 U137
OP amplifier U112 U112 U120 U120 U146 U146 U147 U147

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2.9 LAN Interface Circuit


The LAN ports, J10 and J14 on the DCU are used for the connection of Remote Junction Box
and PC for servicing/Playback respectively with a crossed cable.

The IP address is set as shown in Table below.

Table 2.9
J10 (RJB) J14 (LIVE PLAYER) J1(DCU) on RJB
IP address 172.31.24.1 10.0.0.100 172.31.24.2
Subnet Mask 255.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 255.0.0.0

The PC is setup to connect it to the DCU in the following IP address.

IP address: 10.0.0.102
Subnet Mask: 255.0.0.0

The LAN port is checked by using Ping command. For example, to check J10 on the DCU;

1. Setup network settings on the PC.


IP address: 172.31.24.101
Subnet Mask: 255.0.0.0
2. Connect the PC to J10 on the DCU with a crossed LAN cable.
3. Open Command prompt display.
4. Type ping (space) 172.31.24.1 and press Enter. The reply is received as shown in Fig.2.23.

Fig.2.23

5. IP address setting on the PC is changed to 10.0.0.102 for connection to Web Configuration


and LivePlayer Pro.

Check of J1 port on RJB


Use the same procedure as Check of J10 on DCU. The ping command to be used is ping
(space) 172.31.24.2.

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2.10 Telnet Connection


The system can be operated from the PC, connecting via “Telnet.”

1. Connect the PC to J14 with a LAN crossed cable.


2. Open MS DOS command prompt display.
3. Type telnet 10.0.0.100 and press Enter.

Fig.2.24

4. Type root in the login line and press Enter.

Fig.2.25

5. Type control –S 0 (zero) and press Enter to stop the system running.
6. Use the following commands.

Table 2.10 Telnet commands


Operation Commands
Deleting ini file on CF card rm (apace) –f (space) /mnt/boot/user.ini*
Checking existence of ini file on CF ls (space) –l (space) /mnt/boot/user.ini*
card
Displaying partition list of memory fdisk (space) –ls
Checking connected memory device control (space) –d
*: vdr.ini in some sets

7. Turn off the DCU and on it again to return to normal recording mode.

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2.11 Power Supply Circuit


The power supply circuit consists of PDU (PWR) board, 24P008, AC/DC converter,
RTW28-11RN-1, DC/DC converter, ACE-716C, and two 12 V batteries.
The diode switching circuit selects the power supply to be used. Fig.2.26 shows simplified
block diagram of the power supply circuit. Normally the system works from 29.2 V generated
by the AC/DC converter.

The PDU (PWR) board has a microcontroller IC to monitor the power supply status and send
the status to the main CPU.

The battery power LED blinks when the battery charger charges the battery and comes on
when full charge is reached. The charger cannot charge the battery 19.8 V or less.

29.2 Vdc
AD/DC Battery
AC mains Converter Charger

27.8 Vdc
Battery
DC mains DC/DC (12 V×2 pcs.)
Converter
24.6 Vdc

Fig.2.26 Power supply circuit

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2.12 Start-up Sequence


At power-on, the status monitor connected to Dsub VGA connector on the DCU shows
following displays.

1) First, Windows XP runs and the VDR/S-VDR program on the CF card is loaded.

Fig.2.27

2) The system continues to load the VDR/S-VDR program.

Fig.2.28

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3) The system carries out the start-up selftest.

Fig.2.29

4) The result of the selftest is displayed.

Fig.2.30

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5) The system loads the data to show the Status display.

Fig.2.31

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2.13 Web Configurator
Following shows the menu tree of the Web Configurator.

Main menu Source: UNDEFINED


- System version Submenu Sample data size: 8-bit Fixed
- Nodes Submenu Source type: 0
- Audio Submenu Note:
- Video Submenu Active: x
- Serial Submenu Channel#: MIC X / MIC X
- Digital Submenu Channel id: UNDEFINED
- Analog Submenu Sample rate: 15625 Hz Fixed
- NMEA Submenu Source: UNDEFINED
- Vessel Submenu Sample data size: 8-bit Fixed
- UTC POS Submenu MIC X Active: x
- Configuration Submenu MIC X Active: x
- Passwords Submenu Source type: 0
Note:
System version submenu
System- firmware version: V0.12.03 Video card
System-config version: V0.12.03 Active: x
Config last changed 15:04:31 22/11-2005 Name: FG-3010
Node id: 1
Node configuration Number of channels: 4
Location
Eth 1 mac addr: Video channel
Eth 1 IP addr: 10.0.0.100 Active: x
Eth 1 IP mask: 255.0.0.0 Save IMAGE to DRU: x
Eth 2 mac addr: Save IMAGE to BACKUP Disk: x
Eth 2 IP addr: 172.31.24.1 Transmit IMAGE to NETWORK: x
Eth 2 IP mask: 255.255.0.0 Channel#: VD1
Enable multicast: x Channel id: UNDEFINED
Multicast Group: 239.255.0.1 Source: SXGA(60)
Valid multicast groups: Source type: 1
Remote Junction Box selected: x Radar Model: (8) 8->SXGA(60)
Horizontal offset: 240
Audio card Vertical offset: 38
Active: x Pll multiplier: 1688
Name: ADLINK 9111DG Horizontal sync polarity: Negativ
Node id: 1 Phase: 0
Number of channels: 5 Horizontal resolution: 1280
Audio codec: Dynamic Range 64 codec Vertical resolution: 1024
VCO range: 11
Audio channel Save image to web: save as JPEG
Active: x Debug level: None
Channel#: VHF X Color mask bit: 12-bit (11110000x3)
Channel id: UNDEFINED Sample rate: 15 secs Fixed
Sample rate: 15625 Hz Fixed Interlace type: Not Interlaced

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Sync type: Separate SYNC Parity bit: 0
Contrast/GAIN Red: 58 Stop bit: 1
Contrast/GAIN Green: 58 NMEA Version: 8-IEC61162-1
Contrast/GAIN Blue: 58 Note: NO NOTES
Brilliance/OFFSET Red: 164
Brilliance/OFFSET Green: 164 Digital card
Brilliance/OFFSET Blue: 164 Active: x
Black bottom level: 55 Name: RJB
Note: Node id: 1
Number of channels: 64
RS422 serial card
Active: x Digital channel
Name: CONTROL RS422#1 Active: x
Node id: 1 Channel#: DCXX
Number of channel: 8 Channel id: UNDEFINED
Source: UNDEFINED
Active: x Source type: 0
Name: RJB Type: Normal
Node id: 2 Sample rate (Hz): 2 Hz Fixed
Number of channel: 8 Note:

RS422 serial channel Digital channel Monitor


Active: x Channel id: DCXX
Channel#: SI00 Source: UNDEFINED
Channel id: UNDEFINED Type: Normal
Serial input data type: NMEA data Inactive state: CLOSED
Antenna position: UNDEFINED Active state: OPEN
Source type: 0 Note:
Time out: 10 sec Swap Active/Inactive values
Baud rate: 4800
Data bits: 8 Analog card
Parity bit: 0 Active: x
Stop bit: 1 Name: RJB
NMEA Version: 8-IEC61162-1 Node id: 1
Note: Number of channels: 16

Active: x Analog channel


Channel#: SI0X Active: x
Channel id: UNDEFINED Channel#: AN00
Serial input data type: NMEA data Channel id: UNDEFINED
Source: UNDEFINED Source: UNDEFINED
Source type: 0 Source type: 0
Time out: no timeout Sample rate (Hz): 2 Hz Fixed
Baud rate: 4800 Analog calibration point 1: 0
Data bits: 8 Analog calibration point 2: 0

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Note: Clear Web-Log
Channel Calibrated: No Reboot VR-3000
Analog channel calibrate Handle CONFIGURATION-file
Channel#: AN00 Show Index: 0=>All drives
Source: UNDEFINED Clear Index: 0=>All drives
Calibration point 1: Set1 Show config info
Calibration point 2: Set2 Clear config
Note: Status display: Enable
Select number of flash-devices in DRU: 3
NMEA Version Handle CONFIG-file
NMEA Version/IEC-61162-1->SI00: Test Microphone
NMEA Version/IEC-61162-1->SI01: Clear Web-Log
NMEA Version/IEC-61162-1->SI02: Reboot VR-3000
NMEA Version/IEC-61162-1->SI03:
NMEA Version/IEC-61162-1->SI04: Passwords
NMEA Version/IEC-61162-1->SI05: VR3000super password
NMEA Version/IEC-61162-1->SI06: VR3000 password
NMEA Version/IEC-61162-1->SI07: Live Player Pro Master password
Live Player Pro Guest password
Vessel ID Live Player Pro Audio password
Approval of authority:
Vessel name:
Vessel IMO no:
Vessel MMSI no:
Vessel flag:

UTC and position source


UTC source – no checksum:
UTC source: SI00
UTC Note:
Antenna position: UNDEFINED
-
Position source: SI00
Position Note:
Antenna position: UNDEFINED

Configuration menu
Show Index: 0=>All drives
Clear Index: 0=>All drives
Show config info
Clear config
Status display: Enable
Select number of flash-devices in DRU: 3
Handle CONFIG-file
Test Microphone

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Built-in Battery
(12V x 2 pcs.)
図 3.1 DCU (カバーなし)

PCB Case
Removable Hard Disk
(HDD)
CF card
(w/o cover)

Error Indicator
Status LEDs
(SAVE/NORMAL/
ERROR)

Power LEDs

JB Power Switches
(BAT/DC/AC)

Fig. 3.1 DCU with cover removed

NOTE
All DRU have the beacon cover. If not, modify it with the
beacon cover modification kit (VR-5020).

Acoustic Beacon (DK-120)

Fig.3.2 Beacon without cover


Fig.3.3 DRU without beacon cover

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Red line, far right

CF DISK board
24P0085 (LF), CPU board
004387720
CPU board
Type: VR-3010/S
C/N: 004-383-400

CPU chassis
Type: VR-3010/S
C/N: 001-025-310

Fig.3.4 CPU chassis with I/F boards removed

Lithium battery
CR-2032, 000-159-662

SDRAM card CPU cooler


B4734830, 000-158-665 B83000561, 000-159-870

Fig.3.5 CPU board

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When the radar I/F board is not used,


A cover the hole with the filler plate.

Type: PCBC-SLOT-CVR (10 pcs.)


C/N: 000-169-068

Radar I/F board (RI-3010, 000-159-458) or


Frame Grabber board

Audio I/F board (PCI-9111DG, 000-148-411)


RS-422 I/F board (99033-8, 000-156-911)

View from “A”


Riser card (24P0068, 004-385-070)

View from “B”


Fig.3.6 I/F boards

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J3
J15

J11
J8 J4
J9

J2

J14

J12
R42
J1
J13

J10 (Not used) J5 J6 J7

Fig.3.7 PDU board, 24P0083

See Fig.3.9.

AC/DC converter

DC/DC converter

Fig.3.8 AC/DC and DC/DC converters

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VR726 AC input
+ - Status LED
DC output (29.2 Vdc)

Fig.3.9 AC/DC converter

Fig.3.10 DC/DC converter with cover removed

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K1 and K2 (Omron G6A-274P) for microphone test

図7 TB1 基板および TB2 基板

TB1 board (24P0078) TB2 board (24P0079)

Fig.3.11 TB1 and TB2 boards

Filter, MYB-1206-33

MAIN board
24P0075B

Filter,
MYB-1210-33

LED PANEL board PANEL board


24P0082 24P0076B

Fig.3.12 Power switch block

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3 port repeater,
IOI-1394R3A

IEEE1394 repeater,
24P0080

24Vdc from
PDU board

To HDD
Fig.3.13 Repeaters

IEEE1394 repeater, 24P0080

Fig.3.14 IEEE1394 repeater

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RAP PANEL board


(24P0076A, 004-385-560 )

R1

RAP MAIN board(24P0075A, 004-385-520)

Fig.3.15 RAP with cover removed, rear view

HDD I/F board

(a) HDD in DCU


(b) HDD rear view with cover removed

Fig.3.16 Removable Hard Disk (Backup Hard Disk)

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Fig.3.17 RJB MAIN board, 24P0069

Fig.3.18 VHF Interface Unit, IF-5200

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This chapter describes settings, software update, 2H recording test and how to beacon cover kit.

4.1 Jumper and Switch Settings


Jumpers and switches are set as below.

4.1.1 Data collection unit (DCU)


a) CPU board (PEB-3730VL2A)
Jumpers on the CPU board are set as below. Fig.4.3 on the next page shows the location of
the jumpers.
Table 4.1
JP1 1-2 JP6 1-2, 3-4
JP3 1-2 JP7 2-3
JP4 1-2 JP8 2-3
JP5 No jumper JP9 3-4, 7-9, 8-10, 13-15,
14-16, 21-22

b) Audio I/F board(PCI-9111DG)


Jumper, JP1 is set to B1.

c) Radar I/F board (RI-3010)


Rotary switch is set to 0 (zero).

d) RS422 I/F board (99033-8)


Switches #1 to #8 are set to OFF.

Rotary SW
Lever SW

Fig.4.1 Switch on Radar I/F board Fig.4.2 Switch on RS422 I/F board

e) TB1 board (24P0078)


Slide switch, SW1 (HSW1034-01) is set to “CPU” for normal operation and “PLAY BACK”
when the recorded data in the DRU and HDD is playbacked and retrieved.

f) TB2 board (24P0079)


Both JP1 and JP2 have a jumper plug between 1 and 2.

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4.1.2 VHF interface unit


DS1 and DS3: Input audio attenuator
(#1: 10 dB, default, #2: 20 dB, #3: 30 dB, #4: 40 dB)
DS2 and DS4: #1: When set to ON, the speaker signal is attenuated by 10 dB. The default
setting is OFF.
#2: When set to OFF, either MIC or SP signal is output according to PTT
setting of the handset. When set to ON, the input signal is output
always.

4.1.3 Remote junction box

The remote junction box includes DIP switches as shown in Fig.4.4.

DIP switch
(From left, S5, S4, S3, S2, and S1)

Fig.4.4 DIP switches in remote junction box

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- S1 and S2: All OFF


- S3 and S4: See table below. (Baud rate setting for serial channel)

Table 4.2 Baud rate setting (Setting of S3 and S4)


CH No. SW No. 4800 bps 9600 bps 19200 bps 38400 bps
CH1 S4, #1 OFF - - ON
S4, #2 OFF - - ON
CH2 S4, #3 OFF - - ON
S4, #4 OFF - - ON
CH3 S4, #5 OFF ON OFF -
S4, #6 OFF OFF ON -
CH4 S4, #7 OFF ON OFF -
S4, #8 OFF OFF ON -
CH5 S3, #1 OFF ON OFF -
S3, #2 OFF OFF ON -
CH6 S3, #3 OFF ON OFF -
S3, #4 OFF OFF ON -
CH7 S3, #5 OFF ON OFF -
S3, #6 OFF OFF ON -
CH8 S3, #7 OFF ON OFF -
S3, #8 OFF OFF ON -

-S5
#1 to #5 of S5 are set to OFF and #6 to #8 are used for setting remote junction box number
as below.

Table 4.3 Setting of S5


Remote Junction Box JB No. S5 #1 to #5 S5 #6 S5 #7 S5 #8
One connected to DCU No.0 All OFF OFF OFF OFF
First Additional RJB No.1 All OFF OFF OFF ON
Second Additional RJB No.2 All OFF OFF ON OFF

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4.2 Voltage Check and Adjustment


The DCU outputs 24V dc from TB3 to the RJB.

4.2.1 24 VDC in DCU


Connect a multimeter to TB3 in the DCU to check 24 V line. Voltage differs according to
the power supply source in use. Power is not supplied to the RJB when the system works
from the built-in batteries because the record of analog, digital, and serial signal with the
batteries is not required.

When operating from AC power source: 28.6 to 29.0 Vdc


When operating from DC power source: 28.0 to 28.4 Vdc
When operating with the built-in battery: 0 Vdc

TB3 Fig.4.5 TB3 in DCU

Adjustment
Output voltage from PDU board is adjusted to 28.2 V with DC power source.

Signal name Adjuster Ratings Test point Remarks


24V OUT R42 28.2 V±0.1 TB3 DC source (AC and
BAT switches are
off.)

R42 access hole

24P0083

R42

Fig.4.6 R42 on PDU (PWR) board


VR726 access hole

TB3

Fig.4.7 Adjuster access holes

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4.2.2 Beacon battery voltage


The beacon battery voltage differs according to the battery code. If the voltage is lower than
the rating, the beacon does not operate for more than 30 days, the requirement of IMO.

Battery Code Ratings


A More than 3.55 Vdc
B More than 2.97 Vdc
C More than 2.97 Vdc
D More than 2.97 Vdc
V Battery code

Fig.4.8 Acoustic Beacon


4.2.3 DC/DC converter output
The DC/DC converter (ACE-716C-RS) outputs following voltages.

Table 4.4
Check between Ratings
5V1
5 V1 5V1 and GND1 4.86 to 5.14 V 5V2
5 V2 5V and GND2 4.86 to 5.14 V GND1
GND2
12 V 12V and GND3 11.55 to 12.45 V

GND3
Fig. 4.9 DC/DC converter 12V
(ACE-716C-RS)

4.2.4 AC/DC converter output


The output voltage from AC/DC converter (RTW28-11RN-1) is adjusted to 29.2 Vdc with
VR726. Use table below when the voltage is measured at TB3.

Signal name Adjuster Rating Check point Remarks


24V OUT VR726 28.8V±0.1 TB3 DC and BAT switches are off.

Fig.4.10 AC/DC converter


(RTW28-11RN-1)
29.2 V (No load) VR726
AC input

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4.3 LED Status


Following describes the LED status during normal operation.

1) PDU board and AC/DC converter


The green status LED on the PDU board and AC/DC converter are on. These LEDs can be seen
through the holes as shown in Fig.4.11.

Hole for Status LED


on PDU board

Hole for Status LED


on AC/DC converter

Fig.4.11 DCU

2) RJB MAIN board (24P0069)


The LEDs in the RJB MAIN board functions as below.

Table 4.5
LED Usage Status LED Usage Status
CR1 CPU Status Blinking CR18 CH8 serial input Off*
CR2 LAN A communication Blinking CR19 CH7 serial input Off*
CR3 LAN B communication On CR23 +3.3 V On
CR8 CH1 serial input Off* CR25 +5 V On
CR9 CH2 serial input Off* CR26 +15 V On
CR10 CH4 serial input Off* CR27 -15 V On
CR11 CH3 serial input Off* CR28 24 V On
CR16 CH5 serial input Off* CR29 CH1 serial output Off*
CR17 CH6 serial input Off*
*: Blinks when transmitting and receiving signal.

3) RAP/AP MAIN board (24P0075A/B)

Table 4.6
LED CR1 CR3 CR4
Usage CPU status TX line RX line
Status Blinking On when transmitting On when receiving

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4.4 Buzzer Volume


R1 in the Remote Alarm Panel adjusts the alarm sound level.

R1

Fig.4.12 RAP with cover removed

4.5 Beacon Operational Check


Use a beacon tester, Dukane 42A12D or equivalent to test the beacon. The beacon transmits 37.5
kHz +/- 1 kHz pulse signal. Make a short circuit between the water switch and the case with a
jumper wire to activate the beacon. See Fig.4.13.

Water switch

Jumper between
water switch and
case

Fig.4.13 Beacon

Frequency Volume

Fig.4.14 Beacon tester, Dukane 42A12D Fig.4.15 Beacon operational test

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4.6 Handling “Configuration” Data


Setup data in the Web Configurator is called “Configuration data”, or Config data. Following
describes how to download and upload the Configuration data from/to the DRU. The downloaded
configuration file is called Config file (sometimes INI file). The file has the extension of “ini”
automatically.

The file can be edited on Wordpad if necessary. This feature is useful to use the file for the sister
ships.

4.6.1 Download
To download Config data;

1. Click Configuration in Main menu.

Fig.4.16

2. Click Handle CONFIG-file in Configuration menu.


3. Click Download.

Fig.4.17 Fig.4.18

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4. Click Save in the File Download Security Warning dialog.

Name: config.ini
Type: xxxxx, 333KB
From: 10.0.0.100

Fig.4.19

5. Enter the file name and click Save. It is recommended to use the ship’s name as a file name.
Do not change the extension of the file name, INI.

4.6.2 Upload

To upload Config data;

1. Open Handle CONFIGRATION-file display. (Configuration menu > Handle


CONFIG-file.)
2. Click Upload.
① ↓ ② ↓ ③

Fig.4.20

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3. Click Browse.
4. Select the desired ini file and click Open.

Fig.4.21 Fig.4.22

5. Click Upload.
6. Clock Back.
7. Click Sysload.
8. Click Back.

Fig.4.23

9. Click “Save CONFIGURATION” Save and then Back.


10. Click Back to return to Main menu.
11. Turn off the unit and on it again.
12. Check Web Configurator settings.

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4.7 Clear Index


“Clear Index” is required to reuse the HDD after pressing the SAVE key on the RAP. Clear Index
erases all data saved onto the memory devices. Make sure before preceding the following steps that
the data is unnecessary or the data is already retrieved.

Clear Index is also carried out at the repair service to clear the memory.

After Clear Index, make sure that Time Stamp Data and Recording Number are zero. Time
Stamp Data is shown by pressing Show Index button in the Configuration mennu and
Recording Number is displayed in the Status display.

Procedure
1. Open Configuration menu.
2. Select the memory device from the pull down menu. For example, select “4: Backup” to make
Clear Index on the HDD. If 0 (All drives) is selected, all recorded data on both HDD and DRU
is erased.
3. Click Clear Index in Configuration menu.

Fig.4.24

4. Wait until message “init_index on ALL-device completed” appears.


5. Click Back to return to Configuration menu.

Fig.4.25

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6. Click Show Index.

Fig.4.26

7. Make sure that all “Time stamp (Open/Closed)” data is set to default value. If not, repeat steps
1 to 6.

Fig.4.27 Time stamp

8. Change the drive in the box right to the Show index button and click Show index.

9. Repeat step 10 for all drives.


1: Drive1(DRU)
2: Drive2(DRU)
3: Drive3(DRU)
4: Drive4(BACKUP 1st 24Hrs)
5: Drive5(BACKUP 2nd 24Hrs)

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4.8 Clear Configuration


Data setup after logging in Web Configurator is called “Configuration” data. To delete
this data, or reset the data to factory default, carry out Clear configuration by using
the following steps.

Procedure

1. Open Configuration menu.


2. Click Clear Config.

Fig.4.28

3. Click Yes.

Fig.4.29

4. Wait until “Clear config completed” appears.


5. Click Back and Back to return to Main menu.
6. Close Internet Explorer and turn off the DCU. Count ten and turn on the DCU.

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4.9 Software Update


VR-3000 (VDR) and VR-3000S (S-VDR) use the same software. To update VDR/S-VDR software,
use the steps below.

1. Extract the data from the DRU, if necessary.


2. Turn off the DCU and on it again.
3. Run Internet Explorer (IE) and open Web Configurator.
3.1 Click Connect.

Fig. 4.30

3.2 Click Login.

Fig.4.31

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3.3 Enter User and Password and then click Submit.


User: vr3000super
Password: nopassword

Fig.4.32

3.4 Click Configuration to open Configuration menu.

Fig. 4.33

3.5 Click Handle Config File.

Fig.4.34

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3.6 Click Download.

Fig.4.35

3.7 Click Save.

Fig. 4.36

3.8 Enter a file name, ship’s name (.ini) and click Save. The extension of “ini” is
automatically generated.

3.9 Click Back.

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4. Carry out Clear Index and Clear Configuration.


4.1 Click Clear Index in Configuration Menu.
4.2 Wait until “init_index on ALL-device completed” appears. Then click Back to return to
Configuration menu.

Fig.4.37

4.3 Click Clear Config and then Yes.

Fig.4.38

4.4 Wait until “Clear config completed” appears. Then, click Back and Back to return to Main
Menu.
4.5 Close Internet Explorer and turn off the DCU.
4.6 Wait for 10 seconds and then turn on the DCU.
4.7 Take steps 3.1 to 3.4 to show Handle CONFIGURATION-file menu.

4.8 Click Show Index to check that the time stamp of all data is reset to 01/01/1970. This check
is carried out for all memory devices: 1: Drive1 (DRU); 2: Drive2 (DRU); 3: Drive3 (DRU);

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4: Drive4 (BACKUP 1st 24Hrs); and 5: Drive5 (BACKUP 2nd 24Hrs).

Fig.4.39 Show index

Fig.4.40 Time stamp

5. Close Internet Explorer and change the CF card with the current software.
6. Turn on the DCUand open Web Configurator.
7. Upload and save the Configuration file.
7.1 Take steps 3.1 to 3.5 to open Handle CONFIGRATION-file menu.
7.2 Click Upload.

Fig.4.41
7.3 Click Browse.

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7.4 Select “ini” file and click Open.


7.5 Click Upload.

Fig.4.42

7.6 Click Back.


7.7 Click Sysload and then, Back.

Fig.4.43

7.8 Click “Save CONFIGURATION” Save and then, Back.

8. Click Back to return to Main menu. Turn off the DCU. Wait for 10 seconds and then turn on the
DCU.
9. Open Web Configurator to check the data is uploaded correctly.
10. Carry out Index Clear and then turn off the DCU.
11. Turn on the DCU and ensure that the system shows no error (---) for more than 5 minutes.

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4.10 Burning CF Card (V1.xx)


The software for VDR/S-VDR is burned onto the compact flash (CF) card by using the procedure
below. Do not copy and paste the software file onto the CF card.

Following is the procedure to burn V1.02 software onto the CF card.

1. Copy the folder 2450031-01_02 onto Drive C.


2. Insert the CF card into the slot on the card reader.
3. Format the CF card as FAT, if necessary.
4. Run Command Prompt.
5. Enter cd.. until prompt C:¥> appears. (¥ is backslash.)
6. Type cd (space) 2450031-01_02 and press Enter key.
7. Make sure that the prompt is C:¥2450031-01_02>.
8. Windows XP/2000: Enter gf_vr3000_xp (space) e: and press Enter key. Message “Burn
Flash??” appears. e is the port where CF card reader is connected.
9. Type y and press Enter key. Message “-Erasing files E:¥*.* …… (Y/N) ” appears.
10. Type y and press Enter key.
11. Wait few minutes after the appearance of the message “Complete.”
12. Remove the CF card.

The CF card includes the following files after saving the program file.

Fig.4.44 Files in CF card

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4.11 BIOS Setting


If the voltage of the BIOS battery becomes low, the BIOS setting is reset to the factory-default
when power is removed. If so, following settings are made through the BIOS menu.

Once you enter the computer's BIOS, use the arrow keys and tab key to move between elements
and press enter to select an item to change.

1. Connect the monitor and the keyboard to the DCU.


2. Turn on the VDR/S-VDR.
3. Press DEL key to run Setup.

4. Select Standard CMOS Features in BIOS


CMOS Setup Utility.

(±2 分程度)

5. Set Date and Time.


Halt on [No Errors]
(一部省略)

6. Change Halt On to No Errors.


Halt On [No Errors]
④ Halt on を No Errors に設定し、ESC
キーを押す。

7. Return to the top menu.

8. Select Advanced BIOS Features.

9. Change First Boot Device, Boot Other


Device, Boot UP Floppy Seek, and
APIC Mode settings, if necessary.

APIC Mode [Enabled]

10. Press F10 key to save changes.

11. Press Y key.

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4.12 How to Use Auto Partition Tool


The Auto Partition Tool or “Initialize VDR Disk” software is used for partitioning the flash memory
in the HDD and the DRU automatically. Partitioning is a means to divide a single memory device
into many logical memories. A partition is a contiguous set of blocks on a memory device that are
treated as an independent memory.

Note: This Auto Partition Tool is used for V1.XX VDR/S-VDR and cannot be used for
V2.XX.

To create partitions on memory device in DRU;

1. Connect a PC to J6 on the DCU with an IEEE1394 cable.


2. Unplug the IEEE1394 connector on the HDD.
3. Set the slide switch on the DCU to the PLAYBACK position.
4. Turn on the DCU.
5. Run the partition tool, or InitializeVDRDisk. The tool detects the memory device in the DRU.

DRU having serial number 4999 and before: Three flash memories in DRU
DRU having serial number 5000 and after: One flash memory in DRU

Fig.4.45 Memory devices in DRU having serial number 4999 and before

6. Select the first Disk Ready For Partitioning, the top one.
7. Click Initialize Disk.
8. Click OK in the confirmation (Are you sure…) window.

Fig.4.46
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9. Wait until the message “The disk has successfully been initialized appears (about 20 seconds).

10. Click OK.

Fig.4.47

11. Repeat steps 6 to 9 to complete partitioning three memory devices.


12. Turn off the DCU and disconnect the IEEE1394 cable.
13. Set the slide switch to CPU position for normal operation

To create partitions on HDD;

Do the same as DRU. Fig.4.48 shows the InitializeVDRDisks display when the HDD is detected.

Fig.4.48

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4.13 Showing Partition Table


Following describes “fdisk command” to display information about memory device partitions,
called Partition table. To use “fdisk command”, log in as root via telnet.

1. Open Command prompt.


2. Type telnet 10.0.0.100.
3. Log in by typing root.
4. Type control (space) –S (space) 0 (zero) after the prompt “sh-2.05a#.”
5. Type fdisk (space) –ls.

Here are partition tables of memory devices:

(1) HDD

Device Boot Start End Block Id System


/dev/sda1 1 1 8001 83 Linux
/dev/sda2 2 2 8032+ 83 Linux
/dev/sda3 3 4861 39029917+ 83 Linux
/dev/sda4 862 4864 24097+ 83 Linux

(2) 6GB DRU (Serial number 4999 and before)

Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System


/dev/sdb1 1 1 8001 83 Linux
/dev/sdb2 2 2 8032+ 83 Linux
/dev/sdb3 3 246 1959930 83 Linux
/dev/sdb4 247 249 24097+ 83 Linux

(3) 6GB DRU (Serial number 5000 and after)

Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System


/dev/sdb1 1 1 8001 83 Linux
/dev/sdb2 2 2 8032+ 83 Linux
/dev/sdb3 3 749 6000277+ 83 Linux
/dev/sdb4 750 752 24097+ 83 Linux

The device is one of the followings: /dev/sda; /dev/sdb; /dev/sdc; and /dev/sdb. In the above
partition table, sda is for HDD and sdb for DRU. Note that the HDD is NOT always “sda,” but
“sdb” or “sdd” sometimes. The partition tables for three memory devices in the DRU, #4999 and
before are displayed with a device name of sd [b-d] or sd [a-c].

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4.14 2-hour Bridge Audio Recording Test


Following describes how to check 2-hour audio recording function with built-in batteries.
Note that if an actual 2H recording test is made with batteries, it takes 8 to 15 hours to charge
batteries fully. Confirm that batteries are fully charged before you leave the ship.

1. Turn on AC, DC (if provided), and BAT power switches.


2. Confirm that the BAT power LED is on. If blinking, wait until it comes on.
3. Turn off AC and DC power switches.
4. Ensure that error code “214” is displayed on the alarm panel.
5. Measure battery voltage after a two-minute recording with built-in batteries. If the
voltage is more than 24.4 V (VR-3000/3000S), 2-hour audio recording test is passed.
6. Turn on AC/DC power switches.

Fig.4.49 Measuring Battery Voltage

4.15 Status Display


Refer to the next page.

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Buffer in use:
Changing every 15 seconds, 0 to 9

Channel where UTC date is connected


Recording status on HDD: Recording status on DRU: Power Status
Counting up ever 15 seconds Counting up ever 15 seconds
System Status

Error count
number
should be 0.

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Video and RS422


I/F board

Analog and
Digital I/F board

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4.16 Web Configurator Main Display


Following describes indications and buttons in the Main display of Web configurator. No red
indication appears in the Main display when the system is operating normally.

To open the Main display, connect the PC to the DCU with a LAN crossed cable, open Internet
Explorer, and access Web configurator (10.0.0.100).

Fig.4.51 shows the Main display of Web configurator.

System Time PDU Status

Data storage device Config Data

Fig.4.51 Web configurator Main Display

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System time: UTC synchronized date and time are displayed. The UTC data is input from the
GPS/DGPS.

PDU Status: The PDU status is displayed. Refer to Chapter 6.

Data storage device: The correct memory size is displayed right to FlashdevicesDRU
and Backupdrive indications.

Config Data: The line includes “Config saved!” message.

[Web-RAP]: Shows pending errors. Pressing Ack button stops the alarm sound from the RAP.

Fig.4.52 Web RAP

[Web-STATUS]: Shows the same display as the Status monitor.

[Web-DIAG]: Shows the selftest result.

[ErrorCodes]: Shows the list of the error codes.

[Login]: Used to log in Installation menu (Web configurator.

[Show Log]: Shows the system log. Copy the text and past it in Wordpad

[Refresh]: Used to refresh the data in status display.

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4.17 Checking DRU and HDD


The DRU and HDD are checked as below, disconnecting and removing from the DCU.

IEEE1394 cable IEEE1394 cable

IEEE1394 repeater
PC DRU/HDD
(24P0080)

DC 24V

Fig.4.53

1. Open Control Panel.


2. Select Administrative Tools > Computer management > Storage.
3. Click Disk Management.
4. Ensure that the memory device(s) in the DRU, serial number 4999 and before is detected as
shown in Fig.4.54.

Fig.4.54 Devices in DRU having serial number 4999 and before

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4.18 Adding Beacon Cover


The beacon is covered, otherwise the battery life shortens. All DRU without the beacon cover are
modified as below.
Necessary Parts: Beacon Maintenance Kit VR-5020 (Code No. 001-004-790)

1. Put the beacon rubber band at both ends.


2. Fix the beacon to the beacon base plate with the fixtures.

Fig.4.55

3. Fix the cover fixing plate to the base.

Fig.4.56

Fig.4.x
Fig.4.57

4. Mount the beacon onto the DRU with the water switch at right hand side.
5. Put the cover. Apply silicone sealant, S-8400W or equivalent to the screws.

Fig.4.59
Fig.4.58

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Photos in this chapter are not exactly the same as production sets.

The PCB case, Power switch block, and TB block can be removed from DCU (Data Collecting
Unit) easily.
1.

PCB case

Power switch block

TB block

Fig.5.1 Three major blocks in DCU

Batteries

DCU fan Backup Disk,


or HDD
PDU (PWR) board

AC/DC converter

3-port and IEEE1394


DC/DC converter repeaters

Fig.5.2 DCU with three major blocks removed

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5.1 Fuse

The built in batteries are connected to PDU board via 10 A fuses in front of the HDD.

1. Unclamp the fuse.


2. Unplug J3 on PDU board.
3. Replace the fuse in the fuse holder with new one.

J3, PDU board


10A
2
10 A fuses J3
10A
1
Fig.5.3

Fuse holder

Fig.5.4 (a) 10A fuse

Clamps Fig.5.4 (b)

5.2 Backup Hard Disk (HDD)


To remove the HDD from the holder;
1. Pull the black knob while pressing the cover against the HDD with the other hand.
2. Disconnect the IEEE1394 cable from the HDD.

Reverse the above steps to put the HDD back.

IEEE1394 cable

Knob

Cover

Fig.5.5 Backup Hard Disk (HDD)

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5.3 Batteries
The battery is replaced with new one every four years.

Danger: Heavy Weight

Batteries with the mounting plate weight about 15 kg. Be


careful not to drop batteries on your toes. It is
recommended to hold batteries by two persons.

CAUTION
(1) Do not throw the battery into fire or heat up the battery.
(2) Do not disassemble or modify the battery.
(3) Do not charge or discharge the battery with an inverse polarity
connection between the battery and the charger or the load.( i.e Do
not connect + terminal of the battery with - terminal of the charger
or the load.)
(4) Do not use together the batteries differing in type, capacity or
manufacturer.
(5) Do not give the battery strong shock or thrown down.
(6) Never short the positive terminal and the negative terminal of the
battery.

To replace the battery;


1. Unfasten the clamp fixing the fuse holder.
2. Disconnect J3 on PDU board.

Fuse holder clamp

J3 on PDU
board

Fig.5.6 (b)

Fig.5.6 (a) Battery Fuses

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3. Remove two M6x16 bolts fixing the battery mounting plate.


4. Draw out the batteries.
5. Disengage the stopper by inclining the batteries.
6. Remove the batteries from the DCU by two people.
7. Replace the batteries with new ones.

Type: NPH16-12T

Fig.5.7 (a) 12 V Batteries with the mounting plate removed from DCU

8. Put the batteries back in the DCU. To put the batteries back into the floor mounting DCU,
one person pulls the stopper up and the other one places the batteries.

Batteries with plate

Stopper

Fig.5.7 (b) Putting Batteries back

Disposal of used battery

The used battery should be recycled. When


disposing of the battery, follow the regulations
prevailing in your country and make necessary
arrangements.

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5.4 Compact Flash (CF) Card


Program flash card, or Compact Flash (CF) card is covered by the plate as shown in Fig.5.8. To
remove the card, loosen the screw fixing the cover to the chassis and pull out the card. The
card is inserted with the label facing right. The card will drop inside the case if it is not inserted
into the socket correctly.

CF cover fixing screw

Fig.5.8 CF card

5.5 DCU Fan


The DCU fan on the left hand side panel of the DCU is replaced by taking the following steps.

Finger guards DCU Fan


1. Remove the PCB case from the DCU.
2. Unplug J11 on PDU board.
3. Loosen screws fixing the fan to the panel. Fan Nut

Label
Mount the DCU fan with the label facing outside.

DCU left panel XH-2P


PDU (PWR) board
Fig.5.9 DCU fan

A
J11
DCU fan
(109P0924W407)

Fig.5.10 DCU with pcb case removed Fig.5. 11 View from A, DCU fan

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5.6 CPU Cooler (CPU fan)


CPU cooler on the CPU board is replaced by using the following procedure.

1. Remove the PCB case cover by loosening screws.


2. Remove the fan, loosening four screws (X in Fig.5.12) fixing the CPU fan onto the base.
3. Unplug J15.
4. Fix new fan as shown in Fig.5.12 and connect the plug to J15.

5.7 BIOS Battery


The BIOS battery lasts four to five years. After replacing the BIOS battery, BIOS setting is
carried out. To replace the battery;

1. Remove the PCB case cover by loosening screws


2. Remove the silicone sealant which fixes the battery to the holder.
3. Change the battery.
4. Fix the battery to the holder with silicone sealant (KE-348T).

BIOS Battery
Type: CR2032 (00015966210)

X
X

X X
J15

CPU cooler
Type: B8300561; Code No. 00015987000

Fig.5.12 CPU cooler and BIOS battery on CPU board

3mm or less
Silicone sealant

Holder 3mm or less

Battery
CPU board

Fig.5.13 BIOS battery on CPU board

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5.8 Power Switch Block

The power switch block is removed by using steps below.

1. Ensure that power is removed from the DCU.


2. Unplug four connectors arrowed.
3. Remove two M4x10 bolts (X).
4. Remove the block from the DCU.
A

View from “A”


Fig.5.14

5.9 Repeaters
To remove the 3-port and IEEE1394 repeaters;

1. Remove the power switch block.


2. Loosen two M4x10 screws (X) which fix the repeater assembly to the chassis.
3. Remove an M4x10 screw (Y).
4. Cut out the cable ties which fix the IEEE1394 and power supply cables.

NOTE
After changing repeater, Y
cables are fixed with a
cable tie as it was before.

Fig.5.15 Repeater assembly


X X

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5.10 Printed Circuit Board Case


To remove the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) case;

1. Unplug connectors at the right side of the case.


2. Remove three M4x10 screws (X).
3. Loosen two M4x10 screws (Y). These screws have a stopper to prevent dropping and
do not come off.
4. Remove the pcb case from the DCU.

Screw “Y”
Stopper

Bottom side

PCB case removed from DCU

X
Y
First, unplug
X connectors.

PCB Case

X
Y

Fig.5.16 Removing PCB case

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5.11 TB Block

The TB block consists of TB1 and TB2 boards and the TB board panel. To remove this block;

1. Remove six M4x10 bolt (X) fixing the block to the chassis.
2. Unplug connectors on the back side of the TB1 and TB2 boards.

X X

X X

X X
IEEE1394 connectors
Fig.5.17 TB block in DCU
Fig.5.18 TB block, rear view

IMPORTANT!

1) IEEE1394 plugs are labeled J5 and J7. These labels


match ones on the TB1 board respectively.

2) IEEE1394 cable must be fixed with a cable tie as shown in


Fig. 5.19.

To PDU

To HDD

J5

Backside of TB1 board Fix with


cable tie.

J7

Connector on TB board
Repeater assembly

Fig.5.19 IEEE1394 connectors

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5.12 PDU Board (24P0083)

The PDU board is removed from the DCU with the mounting plate by using the procedure
below.

1. Remove the pcb case.


2. Unplug all connectors on the PDU board.
3. Remove the cables from the wire mount.
4. Loosen two M4x10 screws (X).
5. Remove three M4x10 screws (arrowed, not shown).
6. Take out the PDU board with the mounting plate from the DCU.
7. Put the board back by reversing the above steps. Cables are inserted into the wire mount.

Wire
mount
X
Fig.5.20 PDU board, 24P0083

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5.13 AC/DC and DC/DC Converters

AC/DC (RTW28-11RN-1) and DC/DC (ACE-716C-RS) converters are removed from the
DCU together with its mounting plate.

1. Remove the pcb case and the TB block.


2. Unplug J7, J8, and J12 on the PDU board.
3. Remove the cables from the four wire mounts (X).
4. Remove the cables from the wire mount which locates at the lower left corner of the
PDU board.
5. Remove the terminal cover of AC/DC converter and disconnect the grounding wire,
third terminal from the bottom.
6. Loosen three M4x10 screws (X).
7. Remove three M4x10 screws (Y).

PDU board J8
J7
J12
J7 from AC/DC converter
J8 and J12 from DC/DC converter X X X X
X Y

AC/DC converter
X Y

DC/DC converter
X Y

Fig.5.21

8. Remove the AC/DC and DC/DC converters with the plate as shown in Fig.5.22.

Fig.5.22

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9. Remove three M4x10 screws to separate the AC/DC converter from the plate.
10. Remove four N0.6-32UNLX8 at the backside of the mounting plate to
separate the DC/DC converter from the plate.

AC/DC
Converter

DC/DC converter fixing screws


DC/DC converter, ACE-716C-RS

DC/DC Converter

Fig. 5.23 AC/DC and DC/DC converters

5.14 IF Board
IF boards are plugged into the socket on the riser card plugged in the CPU card.

To remove IF board; X X
1. Remove four screws (X) in Fig.5.24.
2. Pull the cover upward using holes in
the cover. X X

Connector for riser card


Fig.5.24

Riser card
Fig.5.25

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3. Remove M3x8 screws to Board fixing screw (M3x8)


remove the board fixing plate.

RS422 I/F board


(99033-8)

Audio I/F board


(PCI-9111DG)

◎ Board fixing plate


The number of these screws, M3x8
have been changed from the second ◎
Radar I/F board
lot. (RI-3010),
Called Frame grabber
sometimes
Fig.5.26

5.15 CPU Board


Many small connectors are used on the CPU board. It is recommended to replace the CPU
board with one with the chassis called “CPU chassis without I/F boards” to prevent the damage
to the connectors.

1. Remove the pcb case cover with I/F boards.


2. Remove the CPU board with the chassis.
3. Fixing new CPU chassis without I/F boards and

CPU board

SDRAM board

Fig.5.27 CPU chassis without I/F boards

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5.16 SDRAM Board


SDRAM board is fixed with silicone sealant to the CPU board and the socket as shown in
Fig.5.29.

Electrostatic Sensitive Device


1) Always ground yourself before touching the board.
2) Wear the wrist strap when removing and installing the board.
3) Handle the board by the edges; always avoid contact with pins.
4) Keep board in their protective anti-static bag.

Silicone sealant
KE-348T

RAM board
Socket or less
CPU board

Fig.5.28 Fixing RAM board with silicone sealant

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5.17 DC/DC Converter Fan


The 12-V maglev fan, KDE1235PFB-2-8 (SUNON) in the DC/DC converter, ACE-716C-RS is
removed by using the following procedure. The fan is arranged locally.

1. Remove four screws (M3x4) which fix the cover at both sides.
2. Remove two screws fixing the fan motor.
3. Disconnect the

Fan fixing screw Cover fixing screw

Fig. 5.29 DC/DC converter, side view (1) Fig. 5.30 DC/DC converter, side view (2)

DC/DC converter fan


Parts Name: Maglev fan
Type: KDE1235PFB-2-8
Fan connector Manufacturer: SUNON

Fig.5.31 DC/DC converter with cover removed

5.18 Acoustic Beacon


Remove the beacon cover and beacon fixture. Apply silicone rubber, or corrosion- preventive
compound, S-8400W to all screws. Refer to Section 4.17, Chapter 4.

5.19 DRU
The DRU cannot be disassembled. After replacing the DRU, upload the “config” file.

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6.1 Selftest
Power-on selftest is carried out automatically to check the following hardware. If the test detects
any failure, SelfTest FAILED! message appears in red.

1) RAM card
2) Circuits on CPU board
3) I/F boards (Audio, RS422, and Radar)

The selftest result is displayed by clicking Web-DIAG button in Web Configurator Main menu.

Isolate the problem, analyzing the selftest result. Table 6.1 shows I/F boards and circuit to be
checked.
Table 6.1
Indication Board name Type Code number
RocketPort RS422 I/F board 99033-8 000-156-911
Adlink 9111 Audio I/F board PCI-9111DG 000-148-411
Framegrabber Radar I/F board RI-3010 000-159-458
FireWire controller CPU board VR-3010/S 001-025-310

Audio I/F board


RS422 I/F board
Radar I/F board

Fig.6.1 Selftest results

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6.2 PDU Status Indication


Power Distribution Unit (PDU) status is shown in the status monitor and Main page of the Web
configuratior.

Indication Meaning

POWER_STAT_OK Normal operation, running on AC, DC and BATT present


DC_NAC Running on DC, AC not present
BATT_NAC_NDC Running on BATT, AC & DC not present
AC_NDC_FBATT Running on AC, DC not present, Battery failed
AC_FDC_FBATT Running on AC, DC and BATT failed
DC_FAC Running on DC, AC failed
BATT_FAC_NDC Running on BATT, AC failed, DC not present
AC_NDC Running on AC, DC not present
AC_FDC Running on AC, DC failed
DC_FAC_FBATT Running on DC, AC and BATT failed
BATT_FDC_NAC Running on BATT, DC failed, AC not present
BATT_LOW Battery low voltage
AC_FBATT Running on AC, BATT failed
DC_NAC_FBATT Running on DC, AC not present, BATT failed
BATT_FAC_FDC Running on BATT, AC and DC failed

6.3 Error Codes


An error code is displayed in the Alarm Panel (AP) in the DCU and the Remote Alarm Panel
(RAP). Three bars are displayed when the system works normally. Three 8 (888) is displayed
during the start-up sequence. The error codes are listed on the following pages.

No error

Fig.6.2 Error indicator (Alarm Panel) in DCU

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Table 6.2 List of Error codes


Code Name Description Action
--- (Three bars)

Hdd BACKUP_HDD_MISSING Backup HDD not connected When SAVE is pressed,


to VDR. carry out Clear Index.
Check connection.
010 PRC_STATUS_DRU_ System does not Check connection between
FAILURE_INDICATION communicate with DRU. DCU and DRU (cable and
repeaters).
014 PRC_STATUS_BACKUP_ Backup device is either faulty Replace or reconfigure
DEVICE_FAILURE or not set up correctly. backup device.
018 PRC_STATUS STORAGE This indicates that the Check BACKUP HDD
BACKUP_CONNECTION_ BACKUP has been connection.
TIMEOUT disconnected more than
120 seconds.
022 PRC_STATUS_STORAGE_ DRU has been disconnected Check DRU connection.
DRU_CONNECTION_ more than 120 seconds. The repeater board may be
TIMEOUT defective.
026 PRC_STATUS_TIMEDIFF_TO This indicates that the time Check that the CMOS
O_BIG difference between system clock is set correctly. If
time and time supplied by not, set it and restart
UTC source is more than one VR-3000/S.
hour.
034 PRC_STATUS_STORAGE_ Problem with data on storage Send LOG file to Furuno
FAILURE_INDICATION devices. for investigation.
042 PRC_STATUS_GRABBER_ One of the active/enabled Check radar connection
FAILURE_INDICATION video channels can’t grab and Video channel
from the channel. This can be settings.
either because radar is turned
OFF or wrong configuration.
046 PRC_STATUS_DRU_ This indicates problem with Clear Index.
INDEX_ERROR INDEX in DRU.
062 PRC_STATUS_STORAGE_ Storage problem with Send LOG file to Furuno
LAST_BUFFER_NOT_ DRU/BACKUP. for investigation.
SAVED
066 PRC_STATUS_ This indicates that Send LOG file to Furuno
CONFIGURATION CONFIG was unable to for investigation.
INITIALIZATION FAILED initialize CONFIGURATION.
082 PRC_STATUS_RAP_ RAP is missing. Check cabling to RAP.
MISSING Connection to RAP is lost. Reconnect RAP.
084 PRC_STATUS_AP_ No alarm panel connection Check connection of
MISSING Alarm Panel in DCU.
086 PRC_STATUS_CONFIG_ Built-in configuration in Clear Config data and
VDRDEFAULT_ERROR VR-3000/S system software restart VR-3000/S. If the
failed to load into DRU. error still occurs, check
Reason can be firmware itself partitions for correct size.
or problem with DRU.
088 PRC_RJB_MISSING Indicates the Junction Check cabling.
Box is missing.
094 PRC_RECORDING_ Indicates that Backup is Use another Backup HDD
BACKUP_INACTIVE inactive – not storing data. for test. Check partition of
HDD. Initialize HDD.
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Code Name Description Action


098 PRC_RECORDING_DRU_ Indicates that DRU is inactive Check partition of DRU.
INACTIVE – not storing data. Initialize DRU.
102 PRC_STATUS_CONFIG_ VR-3000/S could not save Check DRU connected;
UNABLE_TO_SAVE configuration to BACKUP DRIVE OK;
DRU/BACKUP-DRIVE.

106 PRC_STATUS_SYSTEM_ SYSTEM_STOP request has Turn off all power


STOPPED been completed (system has switches to power down,
stopped collecting data). or recycle power to restart.
130 PRC_STATUS_DATIO_ Problem with Replace RJB board.
FAILURE_INDICATION ANALOG/DIGITAL interface
board.
138 PRC_STATUS_CONFIG_ Unexpected error when trying Carry out Clear Config.
FAILURE_INDICATION to read CONFIG.
150 PRC_STATUS_CONFIG_ Size of CONFIG_area in Carry out Clear Config.
INVALID_SIZE DRU is different from
expected one. This should
only happen during
installation/service and
upgrade of software.
154 PRC_STATUS_CONFIG_ CONFIG_area in the DRU is Restart VR-3000/S.
INVALID_START_TAG clean. This should only
happen during
installation/service. This will
also be displayed at first boot
after CONFIG_area is cleared.
170 PRC_STATUS_FATAL_ Fatal system error Replace CPU board.
FAILURE_INDICATION
186 PRC_STATUS_GRABBER_ Video image capture from Check quality of captured
IMAGE_TOO_BIG radar is larger than expected. image color mask (video
channels) and re-adjust
frame grabber.
206 PRC_RECORDING_ The system has stopped Reconnect AC or DC
STOPPED_INDICATION recording. The system has power.
been running on BATTERY
only, for more than two hours.
214 PRC_STATUS Both AC and DC power are Reconnect AC or DC
RUNNING_ON_BATTERY down. Audible alarms will power.
only be generated for max.
two minutes.
218 PRC_STATUS_MIC_TEST_ The microphone test fails. Carry out manual
FAILED microphone test through
Configuration menu.
Check for loose
connection of the
microphone which does
not pass the test. Replace
the microphone.
226 PRC_NUM_FLASH_DRU_ The number of FLASH Check that Configuration
ERROR devices found in menu is set correctly.
DRU is not the same as one Replace DRU.
defined in Configuration menu
(1 or 3).
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Code Name Description Action


234 PRC_UTC_TIMEOUT System has not received Check that a valid UTC
UTC data within two minutes source is connected to the
after system start up serial port defined as UTC
source.
238 PRC_SYSTEM_DRIVE_ System did not find valid Replace DRU.
FAILURE system drive (DRU).
246 PRC_STATUS_PDU_NO_ The cable between PDU and Connect the cable between
CONNECTION CPU is not connected. PDU and CPU.
254 PRC_SELFTEST_FAILED System failed SELFTEST. Connect via web browser
or VGA screen to see
reason for failure.
300 to PRC_SERIAL_TIMEOUT (250) A serial channel has not Reconnect serial data.
315 delivered data within the Check failed device.
specified timeout period.
For example, code 300
indicates the error on the
serial channel 1 and 315 on
the channel 16.

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6.4 Typical Symptoms


Symptom 1) Error code remains 888.
Cause: a) OS or VDR/S-VDR software does not run.
b) Selftest fails.
Remedy: Use the follow chart below.

Connect SXGA monitor or


XGA with a multi-scan
function to DCU.

Nothing on the screen


Display? (1) Loose connection on RAM card
(2) Defective CPU board
Something on (3) Wrong connection on CPU board
the screen (The symptom occurs after CPU
board replacement.)

BIOS (CMOS) Yes


(1) Setup BIOS.
Error?
(2) Replace BIOS battery.

No

Disk boot failure, insert system disk and press Enter.

Yes
Disk boot failure
indication? (1) Insert CF card correctly.
(2) Replace CF card.
No (3) Rewrite program onto CF card
(Furuno logo (4) Replace card slot board, 24P0085.
is displayed.)

Yes
Selftest
Open Web DIAG in Web configurator.
Failure?
(1) Check for loose connection of the
board not found.
(2) Replace the board.
Normal

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Symptom 2) The system is not turned on.


Cause: a) Loose connection of SW connector on DC/DC converter,
b) Melt-adhesion of relay contacts
Remedy: a) Replace short plug with new type.
b) Replace K1 and K2 on TB2 board, 24P00709 with new one.

Type: Z-252
C/N: 000-152-206

Fig.6.3 Original short plug Fig.6.4 Current short plug

Symptom 3) 082 on RAP, 084 on AP, and LED on HDD not blinking
Cause: The operating system does not run.
Remedy: Connect a SXGA monitor. If nothing appears on the monitor, replace CPU board. If the
VDR/S-VDR records data normally, check the connection between CPU board and TB
board. Probably, the CPU board does not receive the signal from AP/RAP via TB
board.

Symptom 4) Web Configurator does not open.


Cause: a) The system does not boot up.
b) LAN cable is not “crossed” cable.
c) PC has wrong setting.

Remedy: a) Connect a monitor and check that the system boots up normally.
b) Use crossed LAN cable or another crossed cable.
c) Ensure that IP address of your PC is 10.0.0.102.
d) Ensure that Pop-up blocker is not ON.
e) Ensure that Proxy server is set to OFF.
(Tools > Internet Options > Connections tab > LAN Settings, and then make sure
the "automatically detect proxy settings" and "use a proxy automatic
configuration script" options are not checked.)

Fig.6.5

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Symptom 5) Web configurator does not open with the display of Fig.6.6.

Fig.6.6

Remedy: Delete Temporary Internet files and Cookies.


(TOOLS > INTERNET OPTIONS > Delete Cookies > OK > Delete Files > OK)

Fig.6.7

Fig.6.8

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Symptom 6) Only ship’s name appears in LivePlayer Pro.


Remedy: Ensure that DPI setting is Normal size (96 DPI).
(Start > Control Panel > double-click Display > Settings tab > "DPI Setting" >
Apply > OK)

Fig.6.9

Fig.6.10

Symptom 7) LivePlayer Pro does not detect DRU/HDD.


Remedy: a) Reinstall LivePlayer Pro onto your PC.
b) Ensure that Firewall is disabled. (Start > Control Panel > Security > Security Center
> Firewall)

Symptom 8) LivePlayer Pro does not run with the following error message (Fig.6.11).
Cause: An audio driver is not installed onto the PC.
Remedy: Install the audio driver.

Fig.6.11 LivePlayer “Start-up” error

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Symptom 9) No error code on the Alarm Panel (AP).


Cause: Loose connection
Remedy: Check connections between CPU and AP board. The AP board is connected to the CPU
via TB1 board as shown in Fig.6.12. Check for bad crimp on a connector pin.

J4
J11
AP board
XH connector assy.
J5
TB1 board
J9
SM-PH connector assy.
Pcb case
SM-10P
Fig.6.12

B
A J5
J4

Fig.6.13 DCU Fig.6.14 View from “A”

Fig.6.15 View from “B”, SM10


connector on pcb case

SM 10P connector

Symptom 10) The Web audio player always


plays first recorded audio.

Remedy: Select “Every visit to the page” in


Internet Explorer Cache Settings.
(Tools > Internet Options >
General tab > Settings in
Temporary Internet Files section)

Fig.6.16

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Symptom 11) Error codes 018/022 or 018/022/026


Cause: The system does not detect the memory devices.
Typically, the defective DRU causes this symptom. NOTE that the defective DRU
sometimes generates two error codes 018 and 022.

a) Defective DRU
b) Defective -port repeater
c) Defective IEEE1394 repeater
d) No power supply to 3-port repeater
e) Loose connection, CN2 on CPU board
f) Loose connection of IEEE1394 connector
g) Poor contact on SW1 on TB1 board

Remedy: To isolate the problem, use the follow chart on the next page.

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Flow Chart to Remove Error Codes, 018 and 022

Typically, error codes 018 and 022 are generated with the defective DRU. The flow chart
shows the general check procedure.

Start

VR-3010S: 4418-0904 and after


VR-3010: 4417-0351, 0354, 0356,
and after Serial Number?

Yes SW1 TB1 board


TB1 board
has a blue or green label No label on TB1 board
near slide switch SW1?

No

Slide S1 on TB1 board left and right about


10 times. (Probably, SW1 is making poor
contact.)

Yes
Error is removed? Defective SW1
(Poor contact on S1)
Use a spring-powered
No desoldering pump to
remove the slide switch.
LED on HDD No
24 Vdc not supplied to
lights?
3-port repeater or
defective HDD
Yes

Disconnect DRU and set SW1 on TB1 board


to PLAY BACK position. Then, Connect PC
to J6 with IEEE1394 cable.

Yes
PC detects
HDD? Defective SW1 or TB1 board

No

On 3-port repeater, disconnect cable


from TB1 board (cable #4) and connect
PC to that port. See Fig.4.

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PC detects No
HDD? Defective 3-port repeater

Yes

Check connections between; 1) Unplug IEEE1394


1) 3-port repeater and TB1 connector and plug it again.
2) TB1 and CPU case 2) Check each wire’s
3) CPU case and CPU board (CN2). connection by gently pulling
on PH and SM connectors.

Yes
Connection OK? Defective TB1 board or SW1

No
Make good connection.

HDD 2 3-port 4
repeater CPU

TB1
1 24Vdc

3
IEEE1394
DRU
repeater

24 Vdc HDD

Cable 3 Cable 2

DRU <<>> TB1


3-port repeater
CPU <<>> S1 <<>> TB1 (top),
Connect a PC here for IEEE1394
repeater check. repeater
Cable 4 (bottom, not
shown)
Cable 1

Fig.6.17 DCU with power switch block removed, lower right corner

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Symptom 12) Error code 042

Cause: The CPU board does not receive video signal.


a) Radar is not turned on.
b) The radar I/F board is defective or has loose connection.
c) Video channel setting is incorrect.

Remedy: a) Turn on the radar.


b) Connect the VGA cable between the VGA port and the video port (VD1) on the
DCU to check the radar I/F board. Connect the video signal to another channel and
read the Framegrabber frontend data. If the data remains unchanged., the board is
defective. In the example of Fig.6.18, Vertical LOW Counter/Vertical HIGH
Counter reads always 1.

Fig.6.18 Framegrabber frontend data

c) Check video channel settings.

Note
During video channel adjustment, turn off the DCU
periodically, otherwise the change is not loaded.

Symptom 13) When FAR-2xx7 series radar is connected, no picture appears on the test
display.

Remedy: Reverse the polarity of the Hs and Vs signal. (0: positive; 1: negative)

Symptom 14) When FR-21x5 series radar is connected, video level becomes low.

Remedy: Remove R20, R21, and R22 from the RGB board.

Symptom 15) Error code 026

Cause: The system time is reset to the default time due to low voltage of BIOS battery.

Remedy: Replace the BIOS battery and set the system time through BIOS menu.

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Symptom 16) Error code 088

Cause: Loose connection of J1 on TB1 board

Remedy: Check J1 on TB1 board for loose connection.

Symptom 17) No AIS graphic display in LivePlayer Pro

Remedy: Use LivePlayer Pro of version number V03.20 or above. The earlier version of LivePlayer
Pro does not support this feature.

6.5 Q&A
Q1: Is GPS connected to the VDR/S-VDR as a speed sensor?
A1: Ask your class society. Some class societies (for example, ABS) allow to connect the satellite
navigation system to the VDR/S-VDR to receive Speed over ground.

Q2: Can GPS be used as a heading sensor?


A2: No, IMO says ”As indicated by the ship's compass.“

Q3: What specification is required to install LivePlayer Pro on my PC.


A3: CPU: Pentium4 (1.8 GHz) or latest
RAM: 256 MB or more (Windows XP: 512 MB or more)
Resolution: VGA or more (SXGA, 1280x1024 recommended)
OS: Windows 2000Professinal SP4, Windows XP Professional SP2, DirectX9.0 or above
CD-ROM drive: required
IEEE1394a 4-pin port: required

Q4: Which log serial converter is recommended?


A4: RFQ KW909FM (AMI GFV Marine Ltd)
http://www.amimarine.net/da/26244
or
Baboon4-RS (MARIN ELEKTRONIK)
http://www.marinelektronik.se

Q5: Is it normal that TB3 is 0 V when the system is operating from the built-in batteries?
A5: Yes, it is normal. It is not necessary to record analog, digital, and serial data with the built-in
batteries. Requested is recording bridge audio data.

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6.6 When Technical Support is Required


If you need a technical advice about VDR/S-VDR service, please attach the following data to
your email as well as the error code.

1) Web-status data
The data is downloaded by using Web-Configurator: Connect > Web-Status > Save_to_PC.
The file name is status_(Ship’s name).

2) Web-Dialog data
The data is downloaded by using Web-Configurator: Connect > Web-Diag > Save_to_PC. The
file name is web_diag_(Ship’s name).

3) Log data
The data is downloaded by using Web-Configurator: Connect > Show log > Copy text in Log
window > Past the data in Word Pad. The file name is web_log_(Ship’s name).

4) Config file
The data is downloaded by using Web-Configurator: Log in > Configuration > Handle-Config
file > Download. The file name is config_(Ship’s name).

5) Index data
The data is copied by using Web-Configurator: Log in > Configuration > show index > Index
window, copy the text in the window and paste them in Wordpad. File name: index_dru1_ship’s
name, index_dru2_ship’s name, index_dru3_ship’s name, and index_backup_ship’s name.

6) Log data in DRU and HDD


Download the log data from DRU and HDD by using software “log-tool.exe” downloadable from
the Technet. File name: DRU_log_Device number_ship’s name and HDD_log_ship’s name

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List of Schematic Diagrams

Drawing Name Dwg No.

VR-3010 Data Collecting Unit (DCU) Exposed view 1/4 C4437-E03


VR-3010 Data Collecting Unit (DCU) Exposed view 2/4 C4437-E04
VR-3010 Data Collecting Unit (DCU) Exposed view 3/4 C4437-E05
VR-3010 Data Collecting Unit (DCU) Exposed view 4/4 C4437-E06

VR-5020 Data Recording Unit (DCU) Exposed view C4418-E03

VR-3016 remote Alarm Panel (RAP) Exposed view C4437-E01


IF-8530 Remote Junction Box (RJB) Exposed view C4437-E02

VR-3000 Interconnection diagram C4437-C01


VR-3000S Interconnection diagram C4436-C01

IF-8530 Interconnection diagram C4437-C02


IF-5200 Interconnection diagram (W/FM-8500) C4418-C02
IF-5200 Interconnection diagram (W/FM-8700) C4418-C03

VR-3010 DCU General Drawing C4437-K01


VR-3016 Remote Alarm Panel (RAP) General Drawing C4437-K02
IF-5830 Remote Junction Box (RJB) General Drawing 1/2 C4437-K03
IF-5830 Remote Junction Box (RJB) General Drawing 2/2 C4437-K04

RGB Buffer Board, 03P9229 C3464-K25

1
コネクタ(クミヒン)/ケーブル(クミヒン) CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY/CABLE ASSEMBLY
A B C 24-012(R37-16P) (004-383-060)
W9 TERMINAL 24P0079 J4 A/D BOARD Dsub37
データ収集ユニット (2/4) 参照 W10 TERMINAL 24P0079 J6 SERIAL BOARD Dsub78 921-258-00-00 (000-158-843-01)
Refer to DATA COLLECTING UINT (2/4)
W11 TERMINAL 24P0078 J4 SM6P 24-015(R6-6P) (004-383-090)

W17 TERMINAL 24P0078 J11 PANEL 24P0075B J4,J5 24-017(14-10,4P) (004-383-110)


① W18 TERMINAL 24P0078 J9 SM10P 24-018(R10-9P) (004-383-120)
データ収集ユニット (3/4) 参照 W19 TERMINAL 24P0078 J1,J2 SM18P 24-019(R18-9,8P) (004-383-130)
Refer to DATA COLLECTING UINT (3/4)
W20 PDU 24P0083 J9 TERMINAL 24P0078 J3 24-020(4-4P) (004-383-140)
W26 PDU 24P0083 J1,J2,J4 VL-8P 24-021(P8-3,P3,P2P) (004-383-150)
②③④⑤⑥⑦ W29 PDU 24P0083 J5 LED PANEL 24 P0082 J1 24-013(4-4P) (004-383-070)
データ収集ユニット (4/4) 参照 W30 PDU 24P0083 J6 SM12P 24-014(R12-12P) (004-383-080)
Refer to DATA COLLECTING UINT (4/4)
W32 PDU 24P0083 J13,J14 EL12P 24-023(P12-8,5P) (004-383-170)

③ ④



MODEL VR-3000/S

APPROVED CHECKED DRAWN UNIT VR-3010/-S-N/-S-I データ収集ユニット


E-1

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H.Kuwamura T.Yoshida S.Kubota DWG.NO. C4437-E03-A


ケイコクラベル(1)
ウイングハンドル 付属品 WARNING LABEL 1
A WING HANDLE accessories 86-003-1011-2
(100-236-232-10)
カギ
keys
ウイングハンドル
WING HANDLE
200-9302カギNO.1333
(000-148-344)

フタ
TOP PLATE クランプ
24-009-1011-3 CLAMP
(100-331-653-10) CKN-13SP
カム (000-162-653-10)
CAM
200-0424
(000-148-379) ワゴドライバー
SCREWDRIVER(SHORT,ANGLED)
210-258J
カードホルダー (000-148-885-10)
CARD HOLDER
C-26-B-1
(000-159-444)

+アプセツトUIセムスB +アプセツトUIセムスB
WASHER HEAD SCREW FIXING SCREW
M4X20 SUS304 M6X16 SUS304
(000-160-113) クランプカナグP62 (000-800-420)
B CLAMP FIXTURE P62
24-009-3014-1
クランプカナグP30 (100-331-731-10)
CLAMP FIXTURE P30
24-009-1024-1
(100-331-681-10) クランプカナグP40
チユウカンレールR
CLAMP FIXTURE P40
RAIL (RIGHT
24-009-1023-1
24-009-1028-0
(100-331-671-10)
(100-332-560-10)
クランプウケイタ
CLAMP SUPPORTER
FANナツトザイ 24-009-1021-1
FAN NUT PLATE (100-331-661-10)
24-009-1027-0
(100-331-710-10)
クランプフタ
CLAMP TOP PLATE
チユウカンレールL 24-009-1026-0
クランプ
RAIL (LEFT) CLAMP
(100-331-720-10)
24-009-1029-0 CKS-10-L
(100-332-570-10) (000-106-350-10) クランプ
CLAMP
CKS-26-L
フアンモータ (000-162-318-10) クランプ
FAN MOTOR CLAMP
109P0924W407 CKS-07-L
(000-157-834-10) クランプ (000-801-868-10)
CLAMP
フインガーガード CKS-13-L
FINGER GUARD (000-104-832-10)
109-099E
(000-159-549-10) +バインドセムスF
BINDER HEAD SCREW
M3X15 C2700W MBCR2
(000-806-994)

アイボルト
EYE BOLT
M10 SUS304 +アプセツトUIセムスB
(000-162-671-10) SEMS INDENT HEX HEAD BOLT
M4X10 SUS304
(000-807-433) クランプ
CLUMP
CKS-05-L
+アプセツトUIセムスB (000-570-251-10)
WASHER HEAD SCREW
+-ナベセムスネジB
M4X20 SUS304
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B*
(000-160-113)
M4X35 C2700W MBNI2 アースマーク クランプカナグP40
(000-808-650) EARTH LABEL CLAMP FIXTURE P40
10-044-4133-0 24-009-1023-1
(100-304-060) (100-331-671-10)
キヨウタイ +アプセツトUIセムスB
MAIN CHASSIS FIXING SCREW
24-009-1001/2/3-4 レイカンアツゾウチヨウナツト M6X16 SUS304
(100-332-274-10) NUT (000-800-420)
クランプウケイタ(シタ)
M5 SUS.CFW-N-R LOWER CLAMP SUPPORTER
(000-801-102) 24-009-1025-1
(100-331-691-10)

カラー
+-ナベセムスB COLOR
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B* 24-009-1505-0
M3X8 C2700W MBNI2 (100-337-310-10)
C (000-163-190-10)
ゲルブツシユ
HDDクツシヨンシート GEL BUSH
リムーバブHDD CUSHION SHEET A-1
REMOVAL HARD DISK DRIVE 24-009-1503-1 (000-160-852-10)
VR-3011 (100-331-941-10)
(004-385-000)
HDDシヤーシ
HDD CHASSIS
HDDクツシヨンシート 24-009-1501-2
CUSHION SHEET ハードデイスク (100-331-922-10)
24-009-1503-1 HARD DISC
(100-331-941-10) MHV2040AC HDDワツシヤ
HDD WASHER
ナイラツチ 24-009-1504-2
GOMMET (100-332-622-10)
H322-2-1 チヨウバン
(000-867-103) HINGE
B-1027-12 SUS アナアキ
プランジヤ- (000-872-357)
PLUNGER ハードデイスクケース
H323-2-1-1 HARD DISK CASE
(000-867-116) MIHC-25F91

クランプ ゲルチツプ
CLAMP GEL CHIP
CKS-07-L GC-2
(000-801-868-10)
HDDオサエイタ
HDD FIXING PLATE
24-009-1502-3
(100-331-933-10)

MODEL VR-3000/S

APPROVED CHECKED DRAWN UNIT VR-3010/-S-N/-S-I データ収集ユニット


E-2

20 Oct . 2006 20 Oct . 2006 20 Oct . 2006 (2/4) DATA COLLECTING UINT

H.Kuwamura T.Yoshida S.Kubota DWG.NO. C4437-E04-A


+-ナベセムスB
① WASHER HEAD SCREW *B*
フラツシユカバー M3X8 C2700W MBNI2
FLASH COVER (000-881-404)
24-004-2212-0
(100-312-160) ヌケドメワツシヤ
CIRCLIP WASHER
TM-147-1
コンパクトフラツシユカキコミ (000-801-692)
COMPACT FLASH CARD
CFI-128MDG(H02AA)
(004-385-140)

PCクツシヨンシート
CUSHION SHEET PCシヤーシ
24-009-1209-0 PC CHASSIS
24-009-1202-3
CFカードチユウイハリマーク
ナツトザイ
LABEL
NUT PLATE
24-009-1211-0
24-009-1205-1 (100-337-320-10) RISERプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
PCカードガイド 24P0068(LF)
CADE GUIDE (004-385-070)
24-009-1203-2

キバンコテイダイ only VR-3010-S-N


P.C.B.FIXING BASE
only VR-3010/-S-I UEGR-08-0 スロツトカバー
SLOT COVER FOR PC
レーダーインターフエイス PCBC-SLOT-CVR
RADAR INTERFACE BOARD PCカードオサエ
VR-3010/S*FDコート*ブシュ CARD RETAINER
(004-388-070) 24-009-1204-0
PCB
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
VR3010/S/5010*FDコート*
(004-388-000) コネクタボード
CONNECTOR BOARD
24-009-1601-2
カードスペーサ
PCB(RS-422) LOCKING CARD SPACER
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD CONNECTOR PNL.P
KGPS-3.5S-N PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
VR3010/S/5000*FDコート*
(004-387-990) 24P0081(LF)
(004-385-110)

PCメモリーオサエ ゲルチツプ
PC MEMORY FIXTURE GEL CHIP
24-009-1207-3 GC-7

PCB(SDRAM DIMM)
CPUカード DDR SDRAM DIMM BOARD
CPU CARD VR-3010/S*FDコート*ブシュ
(004-388-080)
VR-3010/S
(004-383-400) CPUクーラー
PROCESSOR COOLER ASSY
B8300561
(000-159-870)

BATT(LI)
LITHIUM BATTERY
CR2032
(000-159-662-10)

CFカードアダプタ PCオサエゴム
IDE-CF CONVERTER PC FIXING RUBBER
VR-3010/S*FDコート* 24-009-1208-0
(004-387-720) クランプ
CLAMP
ロツカクアナツキ ボルト CKS-07-L
クランプ
HEXAGONAL HEAD BOLT WIRE CLIP
M5X10 SUS304 NO.98-01
クランプ クランプ
CLAMP CLUMP
ケ-ブルクリツプ CKS-13-L CKS-16-L
CABLE CLIP
MFS-1000
PCケース
PC CASE
24-009-1201-5

ヌケドメワツシヤ-
CIRCLIP WASHER
TM-147-2
キヤツプスペ-サ
CAP SPACER
CS-8S
ロツキングカ-ドスペ-サ
オサエピン LOCKING CARD SPACER
FIXING PIN KGLS-4S
10-071-3013-1
CPUシャーシブ
CPU CHASIS ASSEMBLY
VR-3010/-S-I
(004-383-330) コネクタ(クミヒン)/ケーブル(クミヒン) CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY/CABLE ASSEMBLY
EL12P
W1 CPU BOAD CN1 24-008(R12-8,4P) (004-383-020)
IDE-CF CONVERTER J1
W2 CPU BOAD LPT1 SM12P 90311-26-SMP12-L300 (000-157-857)

W3 CPU BOAD CN2 SM6P 24-009(P6-6P) (004-383-030)


CPUシャーシブ
SM10P
CPU CHASIS ASSEMBLY W4 CPU BOAD J1 90311-PHR/SMP-L500 (000-157-871)
CONNECTOR PANEL J7
VR-3010-S-N W5 CPU BOAD JI9,29 SM18P 90311-16D-SMP18-L210 (000-159-059)

(004-383-340) W6 CPU BOAD J21 IDE-CF CONVERTER J3 TK-KB40 *27CM* (000-160-388)


W7 CPU BOAD J31 CONNECTOR PANEL J1 90311-10-PHR9-L500 (000-159-060)
W8 CPU BOAD J35 CONNECTOR PANEL J6 90311-10-PHR7-L250 (000-159-061)

MODEL VR-3000/S

APPROVED CHECKED DRAWN UNIT VR-3010/-S-N/-S-I データ収集ユニット


E-3

20 Oct . 2006 20 Oct . 2006 20 Oct . 2006 (3/4) DATA COLLECTING UINT

H.Kuwamura T.Yoshida S.Kubota DWG.NO. C4437-E05-A


② バスバー スペーサ
BUS BAR SPACER
24-009-1603-0 AMP-415

FWセンコテイ
コネクタ(231) TB6∼13 231-304/026-FUR (000-147-429-11)
CABLE FIXTURE
24-009-1605-0 CONNECTOR
TB16∼21 231-302/026-FUR (000-148-883-11)
ターミナルボード
TERMINAL BOARD TB14,15 231-303/026-FUR (000-148-884-11) CD-ROM
24-009-1602-4 カードスペーサ CD-ROM (FOR LIVE PLAYER)
LOCKING CARD SPACER TB4 231-307/026-FUR (000-159-663) 2450032-
KGPS-3.5S-N (004-658-230)
TB5 231-308/026-FUR (000-150-114-11)

TB1プリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
24P0078(LF)
(004-385-350)
スペーサ
SPACER
SQ-16 パネル
⑥ VLコネクタ
VL CONNECTOR ASSSEMBLY PANEL ASSEMBLY
センクランプ 24-010(R8P)
CLAMP TB2プリント (004-383-040) VR-3010/S
24-009-1604-3 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
24P0079(LF)
(004-383-510)
(004-385-370)

ターミナル タンシダイ
TERMINAL BOARD ASSEMBLY タンシダイ TERMINAL BOARD
VR-3010/S TERMINAL BOARD LC-02-30T6 3P
LC-02-30T6 2P (000-116-325)
(004-384-430) (000-116-597)
ケイコクラベル(2)
WARNING LABEL(2)
03-129-1001-1
ナイロンプツシユリベツト
NYLON PUSH RIVET
FNRP 3X4.5 クロ
③ +-ナベセムスネジB
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B*
ヒヨウジシート
DISPLAY SHEET
M4X10 C2700W MBNI2 24-009-1303-2
(000-881-446)
デンゲンシヤーシ
CHASSIS
24-009-1301-2
PDUプリント サーキツトプロテクタ
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD CIRCUIT PROTECTOR
24P0083(LF) CP32PM/3
(004-384-750) (000-157-844)

サーキツトプロテクタ
CIRCUIT PROTECTOR
CP31PM/10DC
PANELプリント (000-157-843)
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
24P0076B(LF)
④ (004-385-330)
スペーサ
SPACER
MAINプリント
SQ-16
VHコネクタ デンゲンチョウセイヒン PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
VH CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY POWER SUPPLY 24P0075B(LF)
24-024(6P) RTW28-11RN-1 (004-385-320)
(004-383-180) (004-385-390)
VHコネクタ LED PANELプリント
VH CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
24-025(7P) 24P0082(LF)
(004-383-190) (004-385-340) フイルタ(ノイズ)
NOISE FILTER
MYB-1206-33 HFP
(000-158-892-10)
フイルタ(ノイズ)
NOISE FILTER
MYB-1210-33 HFP
(000-158-893-10)

DC-DCコンバータケンサ
DC-DC CONVERTER
ロツカクアナツキ ボルト
VLコネクタ ACE-716C-RS HEXAGONAL HEAD BOLT
VL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY DC-DCコンバータ M5X10 SUS304
DC-DC CONVERTER
(004-385-450)
24-022(P2P)
(004-383-160) ACE-716C-RS フイルタートリツケイタ
FILTER MOUNTING PLATE
24-009-1304-2

クランプ オサエピン
CLUMP FIXING PIN
CKS-16-L 10-071-3013-1
+-ナベセムスネジB
(000-105-697-10)
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B*
M4X10 C2700W MBNI2
(000-881-446)

バネザガネ デンゲンノセダイ
SPRING WASHER POWER SUPPLY MOUNT
M3.5 SUS304 24-009-1302-2
(000-160-853-10) (100-331-852-10)

+ナベコネジ
SCREW ⑦
NO.6-32 UNC5/16 SUS
(000-808-625)
ケ-ブル(クミヒン)1394 リピータ
CABLE ASSEMBLY FOR IEEE1394
KE-9403 REPEATER ASSEMBLY
(000-158-948)
VR-3010/S
ケーブル(IEEE1394)
(004-384-660)
CABLE
CB-I66-006S
(000-150-130)
⑤ キバントリツケダイ
INSTALLATION STAND FOR PCB
MC-VHコネクタ SF-1.6
MC-VH CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY
コネクタ(クミヒン) リピータ
24-016(DCケーブル-2P)
FUSE HOLDER WITH CABLE THREE-PORT REPATER
(004-383-100)
VL2P-FV2-5 ゼツエンタンシカバーアオ VR-3010/S*FDコート*
ゼツエンタンシカバークロ
(000-164-297) COVER(BLUE) (001-006-320)
COVER (BLACK)
24-009-1105-0 24-009-1104-0
リピータコイタ
(100-331-780-10) (100-331-770-10)
REPEATER MOUNTING PLATE(1)
24-009-1752-2
デンチタンシ +アプセツトロツカクセムスB
CHARGING TERMINA HEX BOLT
24-009-1103-1 M5X12 SUS304 ケーブル(IEEE1394)
(100-331-761-10) (000-162-574-10) CABLE
リピータコイタ(2)
CB-I66-006S
+サラコネジ REPEATER MOUNTING PLATE(2)
(000-150-130)
FLAT HEAD SCREW 24-009-1753-0
+アプセツトUIセムスB M4X15 SUS304
SEMS INDENT HEX HEAD BOLT (000-861-275) リピータシヤーシ
M4X10 SUS304
モールドトツテ CHASSIS
(000-807-433)
HANDLE 24-009-1751-2
THA-185-2
BATTフタ
(000-161-453-10) PCB(REPEATER)
TOP PLATE
24-009-1102-2 クランプ +アプセツトUIセムスB PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
(100-331-752-10) CLAMP FIXING SCREW 24P0080
CKS-07-L M6X16 SUS304 (004-381-790)
(000-801-868-10) (000-800-420)

スポンジ MODEL VR-3000/S


SPONGE
CRN-L365XW30XT3
(000-159-445) BATTシヤーシ
CHASSIS
24-009-1101-4 APPROVED CHECKED DRAWN UNIT
バツテリー VR-3010/-S-N/-S-I データ収集ユニット
(100-331-744-10)
BATTERY
NPH16-12T
E-4

(000-157-809) 20 Oct . 2006 20 Oct . 2006 20 Oct . 2006 (4/4) DATA COLLECTING UINT

H.Kuwamura T.Yoshida S.Kubota DWG.NO. C4437-E06-A


E-5

ビーコンベースイタ(D) データキロクキ
BEACON BASE PLATE (D) DATA RECORDING UNIT
24-004-1242-0
VR-5020-6G/9G

ビーコンゴムバンド
BEACON RUBBER TUBE
24-004-1241-0

PW M6 SUS316L
SW M6 SUS316L
PW M4 SUS316L
ロツカクボルト
SW M4 SUS316L
HEXAGONAL HEAD BOLT
ロツカクボルト M6X12 SUS316L
HEXAGONAL HEAD BOLT
M4X10 SUS316L

ビーコンカバー
COVER ビーコンコテイバンド
24-004-1236-3 BEACON FIXING BAND
24-004-1238-0

アコーステツクビーコン
+トラスコネジ
ACOUSTIC BEACON
TRUSS HEAD SCREW
M4X10 SUS316L
カバートリツケイタ DK120
COVER FIXING PLATE (000-148-648)
24-004-1239-1

ビーコンホシュキット
BEACON MAINTENANCE KITS
VR-5020
(001-004-790)

DRUボウシンダイ
DRU MOUNTING BRACKET
VR-5020-6G/9G
(004-379-580)

MODEL VR-3000/3000S/5000

APPROVED CHECKED DRAWN UNIT VR-5020 データキロクキ


08 Sep. 2006 08 Sep. 2006 08 Sep. 2006 DATA RECORDING UNIT

H.Kuwamura T.Yoshida S.Kubota DWG.NO. C4418-E03-B


E-6

+-ナベセムスB
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B*
M3X8 C2700W MBNI2
(000-881-404)

フエルトゴム
パネルイタ
FELT RUBBER
PANEL PLATE
24-009-2106-0
24-009-2102-1
(100-332-080-10)
(100-332-041-10) +-ナベセムスネジA
WASHER HEAD SCREW *A*
チヨウナツト ナミヒン
M4X15 C2700W MBNI2
(000-881-147)
WING NUT
M4 YBSC2 MBNI2
(000-863-306 )
TEST SAVE ACK
Dカバ-Lクミヒン
DISTRESS BUTTON COVER ASSY.
05-073-1111-0 アースマーク
(100-274-720) EARTH LABEL
キートツプ(SAVE)
KEYTOP SHEET
④ 24-005-5013-1
(100-332-171-10)
24-009-2104-0
(100-332-060-10) ウシロフタ
BACK PLATE
24-009-2112-0
Five Keytops shall be
supplied in one sheet .
⑤ (100-332-110-10)

スペーサ
SPACER
ゼンメンパネル SR-6
FRONT PANEL
① 24-009-2101-2
(000-159-325-10)

(100-332-032-10)
BZ-XHコネクタ
RAPフイルタ
FILTER
BUZZER WITH XH CONNECTOR
24-026(ブザー-2P)
(004-383-200)

24-009-2107-0
(100-332-090-10) スピーカイタ
SPEAKER MOUNT
24-009-2105-0
(100-332-070-10)
パネルシキイタ +-ナベセムスA ケース

③ PANEL BASE
24-009-2103-0
WASHER HEAD SCREW *A*
M3X8 C2700W MBNI2
CASE
24-009-2111-0
(100-332-050-10) (000-881-104) (100-332-100-10)

MAINプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD コネクタ(232)
24P0075A(LF) CONNECTOR
① (004-385-520) 232-307/026-FUR

③ (000-157-837)

スペーサ
SPACER クランプカナグ(1) スペーサ
SP-16
(000-159-212-10)
② ④
CLAMP FIXTURE
03-163-7222-0
SPACER
4ER-8 ⑤
(100-320-830) (000-159-173-10)

PANELプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
24P0076A(LF)
(004-385-560)
MODEL VR-3000/S

APPROVED CHECKED DRAWN UNIT VR-3016 リモートアラームパネル


20 Oct . 2006 20 Oct . 2006 20 Oct . 2006 REMOTE ALARM PANEL

H.Kuwamura T.Yoshida S.Kubota DWG.NO. C4437-E01-A


+-バインドセムスF
WASHER HEAD SCREW
M4X8 C2700 MBCR2
(000-806-407)

MAINプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
24P0069(LF)
(004-385-490)

RJBフタ
RJB LID
24-009-3012-1
(100-332-131-10)

+-ナベセムスB
ワゴドライバー
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B*
SCREWDRIVER(SHORT,ANGLED)
M3X8 C2700W MBNI2
210-258J
(000-881-404)
(000-148-885-10)

クランプ
CLAMP
CKN-13SP
(000-162-653-10)
TBプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
24P0077(LF)
(004-385-510)

スペーサ
SPACER RJBケース
SQ-16 RJB CASE
PW M3 (000-159-300-10) 24-009-3011-2
(100-332-122-10)

コネクタ(231) CONNECTOR
2P 231-302/026-FUR (000-148-883-11)
3P 231-303/026-FUR (000-148-884-11)
ジヤンクシヨンボード
4P 231-304/026-FUR (000-147-429-11)
JUNCTION BOARD
24-009-3101-2 6P 231-306/026-FUR (000-147-430-11)

8P 231-308/026-FUR (000-150-114-11)

バスバー
BUS BAR
24-009-1603-0
+アプセツトUIセムスB
クランプカナグP40
FIXING SCREW
M4X20 SUS304
CLAMP FIXTURE P40
(000-160-113) 24-009-1023-1
(100-331-671-10)

+-ナベセムスB +アプセツトUIセムスB
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B* FIXING SCREW
M4X8 C2700W MBNI2 M6X16 SUS304
(000-881-445) +-ナベセムスB (000-800-420) RJBクランプイタ
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B* CLAMP PLATE
M4X10 C2700W MBNI2 24-009-3013-1
(000-881-446) (100-332-141-10)

スペーサ
SPACER
AMP-415 アースマーク
(000-159-448) EARTH LABEL
24-005-5013-0 クランプカナグP62
(100-332-170-10) CLAMP FIXTURE P62
24-009-3014-1
(100-331-731-10)

チョウボルト 2シュ クランプカナグP30
ジャンクションボード WING BOLT CLAMP FIXTURE P30
M5X15 SUS.CFW-B 24-009-1024-1
JUNCTION BOARD ASSEMBLY (000-162-687-10) (100-331-681-10)
IF-8530
(004-384-850)

MODEL VR-3000/S

APPROVED CHECKED DRAWN UNIT IF-8530   接続箱


E-7

20 Oct . 2006 20 Oct . 2006 20 Oct . 2006 JUNCTION BOX


H.Kuwamura T.Yoshida S.Kubota DWG.NO. C4437-E02-A
D
C
B
A

注記
*1 TB6
24V 1 TTYCS-4 1 24V
マイクロフォン A 2 2 A

BOARD(1)
TERMINAL
MIC1 MICROPHONE P P
VR-5011 B 3 3 B
OV 4 4 OV

*3)切断不可
5

*2)オプション
*1)造船所手配
*1
1

TB7
TTYCS-4 1 24V *3 データ記録器
J8 IEEE1394
同上 1394M1A1 AG, 20/30m,φ15 DATA RECORDING UNIT
MIC2 2 A +24V 1
DITTO P P

*4)ロシア仕様のみ。
3 B GND 2 VR-5020-6G/9G

(最大6台)
音声マイク
4 OV TP B- 3
*1 TB8 TP B+ 4
同上 TTYCS-4
MIC3 1 24V TP A- 5
DITTO

NOTE
2 A TP A+ 6
P P 3 B
4 OV TB4 *1 TB4

AUDIO MIC
*1 TTYCS-4
TB9 COM2 RX- 1 1 TD_A

*2. OPTION.
同上 TTYCS-4 P

(MAX. 6 SETS)
MIC4 1 24V COM2 RX+ 2 2 TD_B
VR-3016

DITTO
2 A COM2 TX- 3 3 RD_A
P P 3 B COM2 TX+ 4
P 4 RD_B
マイクロフォン 4 OV COM2 GND 5 5 GND
*1

*1. SHIPYARD SUPPLY.


MICROPHONE TB10 +24V 6 6 +24V
VR-5011 または OR TTYCS-4 1 24V OV 7
P
7 OV
MIC5

*3. NEVER CUT THE CABLE.


防水型マイク
REMOTE ALARM PANEL
リモートアラームパネル

2 A
WATERPROOF MIC P P 3 B
VR-3012W *1
*1

4 OV TB5
IV-8sq.

*1 TTYCS-4

FOR WING
2

TB11 SYS_FAIL(NC) 1 アラームモニタリングシステム

ウイング用
同上 TTYCS-4 P
MIC6 1 24V SYS_FAIL(COM) 2 ALARM MONITORING SYSTEM

各信号の接続に関しては造船所/船主との事前打合せが必要です。
DITTO
2 A SYS_FAIL(NO) 3

*4. FOR RUSSIAN SPECIFICATION ONLY.


P P 3 B LOCAL_ACK(NC) 4
1m 4 OV P
VHF1 LOCAL_ACK(COM) 5
VHF INTERFACE
TB12 LOCAL_ACK(NO) 6

CONSULT WITH SHIPOWNER AND/OR SHIPYARD ABOUT CONNECTION OF DEVICES.


TTYCS-1 *1 IF-5200
24VDC *1 1 24V REMOTE_ACK(+) 7
TTYCS-1 2 A P
VHF1 REMOTE_ACK(-) 8
3 B
VHF RECEIVER 4 OV J6 IEEE1394
(MAX. 2 ch) TB13 1
*1 1 24V GND 2
TTYCS-1 2 A TP B- 3 AIE896,2m(IEEE1394)
VHF2
1m 3 B TP B+ 4 P
VHF2 VHF INTERFACE
TTYCS-1 *1 4 OV TP A- 5
24VDC IF-5200 *1 TP A+ P PC (LIVE PLAYER)
TB14 6
TTYCS-1Q
SERIAL CH1 1 A1
IEC61162-2 2 B1 J14 RJ45
3 G1 LAN2_BI_DA+ 1 ALT-03BX,3m OR
*1 LAN2_BI_DA- 2 P STP-CAT5,CROSS(*1)
TB15
TTYCS-1Q
3

SERIAL CH2 1 A2 LAN2_BI_DB+ 3


IEC61162-2 2 B2 LAN2_BI_DC- 4
3 G2 LAN2_BI_DC+ 5 P P
*1 TB16 LAN2_BI_DB- 6
TTYCS-1 LAN2_BI_DD+ 7
SERIAL CH3 1 A
LAN2_BI_DD- 8 P
IEC61162-1 2 B
*1 TB17
TTYCS-1 1 A *1
SERIAL CH4 J10 RJ45 RJ45 J1
STP LAN CABLE(CAT5)
IEC61162-1 2 B LAN1_BI_DA+ 1 1 TX-P
*1 P
TB18 LAN1_BI_DA- 2 2 TX-N
TTYCS-1
接続箱

SERIAL CH5 1 A LAN1_BI_DB+ 3 3 RX-P


IEC61162-1 2 B LAN1_BI_DC- 4 4
*1 LAN1_BI_DC+ 5 P P 5
TB19
IF-8530 *2

TTYCS-1
JUNCTION BOX

SERIAL CH6 1 A LAN1_BI_DB- 6 6 RX-N


IEC61162-1 2 B LAN1_BI_DD+ 7 7
*1 LAN1_BI_DD- 8 P 8
TB20
TTYCS-1
SERIAL CH7 1 A DC OUT DC IN
IEC61162-1 2 B TB3 *1 TB1
*1 24V 1 DPYC-1.5 1 24V
TB21
TTYCS-1 1 A 0V 2 2 0V
SERIAL CH8
4

IEC61162-1 2 B

SCALE
DRAWN

DWG No.
CHECKED
COAX. CABLE(x5) (*1) OR

APPROVED
1.5C2V-3C2V-T-20M/30M
DC IN VGA1 BNC
保護アース
*1
PE IV-8sq.

*1 TB2 R 1 R
20/30m,φ21 *2 レーダーまたはECDIS
*1 DPYC-2.5 G 2 RADAR OR ECDIS
24VDC 1 24V
VR-3010
RI-3010

100-230VAC DPYC-1.5

Jan. 15 '07
1 H 2 0V B 3 G
RADAR I/F

1φ,50/60Hz 2 C 4
3 AC IN 5 B

MASS
4 TB1 R_GND 6

Y.Htai
H 5 1 L G_GND 7 H

C4437-C01- F
C 6 2 N B_GND 8
E.MIYOSHI
電源制御部
BNCX5-DSUB15-L400

DATA COLLECTING UNIT


データ収集ユニット

3 G 9 V

kg
TAKAHASHI.T
SYNC_GND 10
J4 11
POWER SUPPLY UNIT
*4

1 R 12
PANEL

保護アース
PE IV-8sq.

2 G H_SYNC 13
REF.No.
3 B V_SYNC 14
CONNECTOR

4 15 COAX. CABLE(x5) (*1) OR


5 1.5C2V-3C2V-T-20M/30M
VGA2 BNC 20/30m,φ21 *2 レーダーまたはECDIS
5

6 R_GND R 1 R
RADAR OR ECDIS
7 G_GND G 2
VGA

8 B_GND B 3 G
9 R_GND 6
10 SYNC_GND G_GND 7 B
11 B_GND 8
12 SYNC_GND 10 H
13 H_SYNC H_SYNC 13
BNCX5-DSUB15-L700

14 V_SYNC V_SYNC 14 V
15 15
J5 COAX. CABLE(x5) (*1) OR
NAME
名称

1.5C2V-3C2V-T-20M/30M
TITLE

1 VGA3 BNC 20/30m,φ21 *2 レーダーまたはECDIS


2 COM1 RXD R 1 R
3 COM1 TXD RADAR OR ECDIS
G 2
4 B 3 G
5 COM1 GND R_GND 6
RS-232C

6 G_GND 7 B
6

7 B_GND 8
VR-3000

8 SYNC_GND 10 H
(FOR MAINTENANCE)

9 H_SYNC 13
相互結線図

J2 V_SYNC 14 V
1 15
BNCX5-DSUB15-L400 *2

2 MOUSE_DATA COAX. CABLE(x5) (*1) OR


1.5C2V-3C2V-T-20M/30M
3 GND_1 VGA4 BNC 20/30m,φ21 *2 レーダーまたはECDIS
航海情報記録装置

4 5V_1 R 1 R
RADAR OR ECDIS
5 G 2
PS/2 MOUSE

6 MOUSE_CLK B 3 G
VOYAGE DATA RECORDER

J3 R_GND 6
1 KYBD_DATA G_GND 7 B
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM

2 B_GND 8
3 GND_2 SYNC_GND 10 H
4 5V_2 H_SYNC 13
5 KYBD_CLK V_SYNC 14 V
6 15
BNCX5-DSUB15-L700 *2

PS/2 KEYBOARD
S-1
D
C
B
A
RJ-45 浮遊型データ記録器
*1 FR-FTPC-CY,30/50m,φ13 FLOOT FREE DRU

注記
TB6 TPB0+ 1
24V 1 TTYCS-4 1 24V TPB0- 2 VR-3030-6G/9G
マイク OV 4 P 4 OV TPA0+ 3

BOARD(1)
TERMINAL
MICROPHONE
MIC1 A 2 2 A +24V 4
選択

VR-5011 P
B 3 3 B GND 5

*3)切断不可
5 TPA0- 6
*1

*2)オプション
*1)造船所手配
TB7 TPA0+ 7
1

TTYCS-4
SELECT

1 24V TPA0- 8
同上 P
MIC2 4 OV *3 データ記録器
DITTO J8
2 A 1394M1A1 DATA RECORDING UNIT
P +24V 1

(最大6台)
音声マイク
3 B 30m,φ6.3
*1 GND 2 VR-5020-6G/9G
同上 TB8 TP B- 3
TTYCS-4 1 24V
MIC3 DITTO TP B+ 4
P 4 OV

NOTE
TP A- 5
2 A
P TP A+ 6
3 B

AUDIO MIC
*1 J6
同上 TB9
TTYCS-4 1

*2. OPTION.
(MAX. 6 SETS)
MIC4 1 24V
DITTO P 2
4 OV
TP
B- 3
2 A
P TP
B+ 4
3 B リモートアラームパネル
*1 TP
A- 5
TB10

*1. SHIPYARD SUPPLY.


LIVE PLAYER
同上 TTYCS-4 TP
A+ 6 REMOTE ALARM PANEL
MIC5 1 24V

(FOR MAINTENANCE)
DITTO P TB4 *1 TB4 VR-3016
4 OV TTYCS-4

*3. NEVER CUT THE CABLE.


COM2 RX- 1 1 TD_A
2 A P
P COM2 RX+ 2 2 TD_B
3 B
*1 COM2 TX- 3 3 RD_A
TB11 P
2

同上 TTYCS-4 COM2 TX+ 4 4 RD_B


MIC6 1 24V
DITTO P COM2 GND 5 5 GND
4 OV
+24V 6 6 +24V
2 A P
P OV 7 7 OV
3 B
TB12 TB5 *1
VHF INTERFACE TTYCS-4
VHF1 1 24V SYS_FAIL(NC) 1 AMS
IF-5200 *1 P
4 OV SYS_FAIL(COM) 2
TTYCS-1 2 A SYS_FAIL(NO) 3
VHF1
VHF RECEIVER 3 B LOCAL_ACK(NC) 4
(MAX. 2 ch) *1 LOCAL_ACK(COM) 5 P
TB13
TTYCS-1 2 A LOCAL_ACK(NO) 6
VHF2
3 B REMOTE_ACK(+) 7
VHF INTERFACE P
VHF2 IF-5200 1 24V REMOTE_ACK(-) 8
4 OV *1
*1 J14 RJ45
TB14 LAN2_BI_DA+ 1 STP LAN CABLE(CAT5)
TTYCS-1Q LIVE PLAYER
SERIAL CH1 1 A1 P
LAN2_BI_DA- 2
2 B1
LAN2_BI_DB+ 3
3 G1
*1 LAN2_BI_DC- 4
TB15 LAN2_BI_DC+ 5 PP
TTYCS-1Q
SERIAL CH2 1 A2
3

LAN2_BI_DB- 6
2 B2
LAN2_BI_DD+ 7
3 G2 P
*1 LAN2_BI_DD- 8
TB16
TTYCS-1 *1 接続箱
SERIAL CH3 1 A J10 RJ45 RJ45 J1
2 B LAN1_BI_DA+ 1 STP LAN CABLE(CAT5) 1 TX-P REMOTE
*1 P P JUNCTION BOX
TB17 LAN1_BI_DA- 2 2 TX-N
TTYCS-1 IF-8530 *2
SERIAL CH4 1 A LAN1_BI_DB+ 3 3 RX-P
2 B LAN1_BI_DC- 4 4
*1 LAN1_BI_DC+ 5 P 5
TB18
TTYCS-1
SERIAL CH5 1 A LAN1_BI_DB- 6 6 RX-N

各信号の接続に関しては造船所/船主との事前打合せが必要です。
2 B LAN1_BI_DD+ 7 7
*1 LAN1_BI_DD- 8 P 8
TB19
TTYCS-1
SERIAL CH6 1 A DC OUT DC IN
2 B TB3 *1 TB1

CONSULT WITH SHIPOWNER AND/OR SHIPYARD ABOUT CONNECTION OF DEVICES.


*1 24V 1 DPYC-2.5 1 24V
TB20
TTYCS-1 1 A 0V 2 2 0V
SERIAL CH7
2 B
*1 TB21 *1
*2
*2

TTYCS-1 1 A VGA1 BNC COAX. CABLE

SCALE
DRAWN
SERIAL CH8 BNCX5-DSUB15-L400
R 1 R

DWG No.
CHECKED
2 B

APPROVED
4

FG-3010

G 2
B 3 G
DC IN
*1 4
FRAME GRABBER

TB2 レーダーまたはECDIS
DPYC-2.5 5 B

Nov. 21 '05
24VDC 1 24V RADAR OR ECDIS
R_GND 6
VR-3010

2 0V
G_GND 7 H
B_GND 8

MASS
AC IN
*1 9 V
TB1
100-230VAC DPYC-2.5 SYNC_GND 10
Nov. 21 '05 T.TAKENO

1 L

C4436-C01- 2
データ収集部

1φ,50/60Hz 2 N
11
Nov. 21 '05 T.MATSUGUCHI
12

kg
3 G
H_SYNC 13
V_SYNC 14
J4
15
1 R
REF.No. *1
PANEL

2 G VGA2 *2 BNC
BNCX5-DSUB15-L400 COAX. CABLE
3 B R 1 R
DATA COLLECTING UNIT CONNECTOR

4 G 2
5 B 3 G
6 R_GND 4
5 B レーダーまたはECDIS
7 G_GND RADAR OR ECDIS
5

R_GND 6
VGA

8 B_GND
9 G_GND 7 H
10 SYNC_GND B_GND 8
11 9 V
12 SYNC_GND 10
13 H_SYNC 11
14 V_SYNC 12
15 H_SYNC 13
NAME
名称

V_SYNC 14
TITLE

J5
1 15
2 COM1 RXD *1
VGA3 *2 BNC
*2

3 COM1 TXD
BNCX5-DSUB15-L700 COAX. CABLE
4 R 1 R
5 COM1 GND G 2
FG-3011

B 3 G
RS-232C
6

6
7 R_GND 6
G_GND 7 B レーダーまたはECDIS
VR-3000S

8 RADAR OR ECDIS
(FOR MAINTENANCE)

9 B_GND 8
相互結線図

J2 SYNC_GND 10 H
1 H_SYNC 13
2 MOUSE_DATA V_SYNC 14 V
3 GND_1 15
4 5V_1 *2 BNC *1
VGA4 COAX. CABLE
5 BNCX5-DSUB15-L700
PS/2 MOUSE

R 1 R
6 MOUSE_CLK G 2
J3
簡易型航海情報記録装置

B 3 G
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM

1 KYBD_DATA R_GND 6
2 G_GND 7 B レーダーまたはECDIS
3 GND_2 RADAR OR ECDIS
B_GND 8
4 5V_2 SYNC_GND 10 H
5 KYBD_CLK H_SYNC 13
6
SIMPLIFIED VOYAGE DATA RECORDER
S-2

V_SYNC 14 V
15
PS/2 KEYBOARD *IV-8sq.
S-3
1 2 3 4 5 6
接続箱 JUNCTION BOX IF-8530
24P0077 RJB-TMB DIGITAL TB22 RJB-TMB TB32 DIGITAL *1 TB45 TB41 *1 ANALOG
(VOLTAGE) *1 24P0077 *1 (VOLTAGE) TTYCS-1Q TTYCS-1
TB2 TB12 1 24:24V 24:24V 1 SERIAL CH1 1 A:SER_A1 V:AN_SIG1 1 CH1
DIGITAL 1 24:24V 24:24V 1 DIGITAL CH33 TTYCS-1 2 A:DIG_SIG33 A:DIG_SIG49 2 TTYCS-1
CH49 IEC61162-1/2 2 B:SER_B1 I:470ohm1 2
(CONTACT) *1 *6 *6 *1 (CONTACT) *4 *1
2 A:DIG_SIG1 A:DIG_SIG17 2 3 B:DIG_RTN33 B:DIG_RTN49 3 3 G:SER_ISOGND1 G:AN_RTN1 3
TTYCS-1
CH1 TTYCS-1 3 B:DIG_RTN1 B:DIG_RTN17 3 CH17 4 G:GND G:GND 4 *1 TB50 V:AN_SIG2 4
TTYCS-1
CH2
*1 *1 TTYCS-1Q
4 G:GND G:GND 4
TTYCS-1
5 24:24V 24:24V 5
TTYCS-1
CH2 1 A:SER_A2 I:470ohm2 5
*4
5 24:24V 24:24V 5 CH34 6 A:DIG_SIG34 A:DIG_SIG50 6 CH50 2 B:SER_B2 G:AN_RTN2 6
*1 *6 6 A:DIG_SIG2 A:DIG_SIG18 6 *6 *1 7 B:DIG_RTN34 B:DIG_RTN50 7 3 G:SER_ISOGND2 TB42 *1
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 *1 TTYCS-1
A CH2 7 B:DIG_RTN2 B:DIG_RTN18 7 CH18 8 G:GND G:GND 8 TB11 V:AN_SIG3 1 CH3
TTYCS-1
8 G:GND G:GND 8 TB23 TB33 SERIAL CH3 1 A:SER_A3 I:470ohm3 2
*4
TB3 TB13 *1 1 24:24V 24:24V 1 *1 IEC61162-1 2 B:SER_B3 G:AN_RTN3 3 *1
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 *1 TTYCS-1
1 24:24V 24:24V 1 CH35 2 A:DIG_SIG35 A:DIG_SIG51 2 CH51 TB16 V:AN_SIG4 4 CH4
*1 *6 *6 *1 TTYCS-1
2 A:DIG_SIG3 A:DIG_SIG19 2 3 B:DIG_RTN35 B:DIG_RTN51 3 CH4 1 A:SER_A4 I:470ohm4 5
*4
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1
CH3 3 B:DIG_RTN3 B:DIG_RTN19 3 CH19 4 G:GND G:GND 4 2 B:SER_B4 G:AN_RTN4 6
4 G:GND G:GND 4 *1 5 24:24V 24:24V 5 *1 *1 TB21 TB43 *1
5 24:24V 24:24V 5 CH36 TTYCS-1 6 A:DIG_SIG36 A:DIG_SIG52 6 TTYCS-1
CH52 CH5
TTYCS-1
1 A:SER_A5 V:AN_SIG5 1 TTYCS-1
CH5
*1 *6 6 A:DIG_SIG4 A:DIG_SIG20 6 *6 *1 7 B:DIG_RTN36 B:DIG_RTN52 7 2 B:SER_B5 I:470ohm5 2
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 *1 *4 *1
CH4 7 B:DIG_RTN4 B:DIG_RTN20 7 CH20 8 G:GND G:GND 8 TB26 G:AN_RTN5 3
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1
8 G:GND G:GND 8 TB24 TB34 CH6 1 A:SER_A6 V:AN_SIG6 4 CH6
TB4 TB14 *1 1 24:24V 24V 1 *1 2 B:SER_B6 I:470ohm6 5
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 *1 *4
1 24:24V 24:24V 1 CH37 2 A:DIG_SIG37 A:DIG_SIG53 2 CH53 TB31 G:AN_RTN6 6
*1 *6 *6 *1 TTYCS-1 *1
2 A:DIG_SIG5 A:DIG_SIG21 2 3 B:DIG_RTN37 B:DIG_RTN53 3 CH7 1 A:SER_A7 TB44
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1
CH5 3 B:DIG_RTN5 B:DIG_RTN21 3 CH21 4 G:GND G:GND 4 2 B:SER_B7 V:AN_SIG7 1 CH7
4 G:GND G:GND 4 *1 5 24:24V 24:24V 5 *1 *1 TB36 I:470ohm7 2
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 *4 *1
5 24:24V 24:24V 5 CH38 6 A:DIG_SIG38 A:DIG_SIG54 6 CH54 CH8 1 A:SER_A8 G:AN_RTN7 3
*1 *6 *6 *1 TTYCS-1
6 A:DIG_SIG6 A:DIG_SIG22 6 7 B:DIG_RTN38 B:DIG_RTN54 7 2 B:SER_B8 V:AN_SIG8 4 CH8
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1
CH6 7 B:DIG_RTN6 B:DIG_RTN22 7 CH22 8 G:GND G:GND 8 I:470ohm8 5
*4
8 G:GND G:GND 8 TB25 TB35 G:AN_RTN8 6
*1 1 24:24V 24:24V 1 *1 *1 TB6 *1
B TB5
1 24:24V
TB15
24:24V 1 CH39 TTYCS-1 2 A:DIG_SIG39 A:DIG_SIG55 2 TTYCS-1
CH55
JUNCTION BOX TTYCS-1
1 SER_OUT_A
TB46
V:AN_SIG9 1 TTYCS-1
CH9
*1 *6 *6 *1 IF-8530
2 A:DIG_SIG7 A:DIG_SIG23 2 3 B:DIG_RTN39 B:DIG_RTN55 3 *5 2 SER_OUT_B I:470ohm9 2
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 *4 *1
CH7 3 B:DIG_RTN7 B:DIG_RTN23 3 CH23 4 G:GND G:GND 4 SERIAL CH3~CH8 3 G:AN_RTN9 3
*1 *1 4 TTYCS-1
4 G:GND G:GND 4
TTYCS-1
5 24:24V 24:24V 5
TTYCS-1
(CASCADE CONNECTION) V:AN_SIG10 4 CH10
5 24:24V 24:24V 5 CH40 6 A:DIG_SIG40 A:DIG_SIG56 6 CH56 I:470ohm10 5
*4
*1 *6 6 A:DIG_SIG8 A:DIG_SIG24 6 *6 *1 7 B:DIG_RTN40 B:DIG_RTN56 7 G:AN_RTN10 6
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 *1
CH8 7 B:DIG_RTN8 B:DIG_RTN24 7 CH24 8 G:GND G:GND 8 TB47
TTYCS-1
8 G:GND G:GND 8 TB27 TB37 V:AN_SIG11 1 CH11
TB7 TB17 *1 1 24:24V 24:24V 1 *1 I:470ohm11 2
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 *4 *1
1 24:24V 24:24V 1 CH41 2 A:DIG_SIG41 A:DIG_SIG57 2 CH57 G:AN_RTN11 3
*1 *6 *6 *1 TTYCS-1
2 A:DIG_SIG9 A:DIG_SIG25 2 3 B:DIG_RTN41 B:DIG_RTN57 3 V:AN_SIG12 4 CH12
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1
CH9 3 B:DIG_RTN9 B:DIG_RTN25 3 CH25 4 G:GND G:GND 4 I:470ohm12 5
*4
4 G:GND G:GND 4 *1 5 24:24V 24:24V 5 *1 G:AN_RTN12 6
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 *1
5 24:24V 24:24V 5 CH42 6 A:DIG_SIG42 A:DIG_SIG58 6 CH58 TB48
*1 *6 *6 *1 TTYCS-1
6 A:DIG_SIG10 A:DIG_SIG26 6 7 B:DIG_RTN42 B:DIG_RTN58 7 V:AN_SIG13 1 CH13
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1
CH10 7 B:DIG_RTN10 B:DIG_RTN26 7 CH26 8 G:GND G:GND 8 I:470ohm13 2
*4
8 G:GND G:GND 8 TB28 TB38 G:AN_RTN13 3 *1
*1 *1 V:AN_SIG14 4 TTYCS-1
TB8 TB18
TTYCS-1
1 24:24V 24:24V 1
TTYCS-1
CH14
1 24:24V 24:24V 1 CH43 2 A:DIG_SIG43 A:DIG_SIG59 2 CH59 I:470ohm14 5
*4
*1 *6 2 A:DIG_SIG11 A:DIG_SIG27 2 *6 *1 3 B:DIG_RTN43 B:DIG_RTN59 3 G:AN_RTN14 6
C CH11 TTYCS-1 3 B:DIG_RTN11 B:DIG_RTN27 3 TTYCS-1
CH27 4 G:GND G:GND 4 TB49 *1
*1 *1 TTYCS-1
4 G:GND G:GND 4 5 24:24V 24:24V 5 V:AN_SIG15 1 CH15
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1
5 24:24V 24:24V 5 CH44 6 A:DIG_SIG44 A:DIG_SIG60 6 CH60 I:470ohm15 2
*4
*1 *6 6 A:DIG_SIG12 A:DIG_SIG28 6 *6 *1 7 B:DIG_RTN44 B:DIG_RTN60 7 G:AN_RTN15 3 *1
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1
CH12 7 B:DIG_RTN12 B:DIG_RTN28 7 CH28 8 G:GND G:GND 8 V:AN_SIG16 4 CH16
8 G:GND G:GND 8 TB29 TB39 I:470ohm16 5
*4
TB9 TB19 *1 1 24:24V 24:24V 1 *1 G:AN_RTN16 6
1 24:24V 24:24V 1 CH45 TTYCS-1 2 A:DIG_SIG45 A:DIG_SIG61 2
TTYCS-1
CH61 TB1
*1 *2
DPYC-1.5
TB3 データ収集ユニット
*1 *6 2 A:DIG_SIG13 A:DIG_SIG29 2 *6 *1 3 B:DIG_RTN45 B:DIG_RTN61 3 24V 1 1 DATA COLLECTING
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 RJB-TMB
CH13 3 B:DIG_RTN13 B:DIG_RTN29 3 CH29 4 G:GND G:GND 4
24P0077
OV 2 2 UNIT
4 G:GND G:GND 4 *1 5 24:24V 24:24V 5 *1 VR-3010
5 24:24V 24:24V 5 CH46 TTYCS-1 6 A:DIG_SIG46 A:DIG_SIG62 6
TTYCS-1
CH62 J1 RJ45 *1 *3 RJ45
*1 *6 *6 *1 STP LAN CABLE J10
6 A:DIG_SIG14 A:DIG_SIG30 6 7 B:DIG_RTN46 B:DIG_RTN62 7 TX-P 1
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1 P
CH14 7 B:DIG_RTN14 B:DIG_RTN30 7 CH30 8 G:GND G:GND 8 TX-N 2
8 G:GND G:GND 8 TB30 TB40 RX-P 3
TB10 TB20 *1 1 24:24V 24:24V 1 *1 4
1 24:24V 24:24V 1 CH47 TTYCS-1 2 A:DIG_SIG47 A:DIG_SIG63 2
TTYCS-1
CH63 5
P P
*1 *6 2 A:DIG_SIG15 A:DIG_SIG31 2 *6 *1 3 B:DIG_RTN47 B:DIG_RTN63 3 RX-N 6
TTYCS-1 TTYCS-1
CH15 3 B:DIG_RTN15 B:DIG_RTN31 3 CH31 4 G:GND G:GND 4 7
4 G:GND *1 *1 RJB-MAIN P
G:GND 4 5 24:24V 24:24V 5 8
D 5 24:24V 24:24V 5 CH48 TTYCS-1 6 A:DIG_SIG48 A:DIG_SIG64 6
TTYCS-1
CH64
24P0069
*1 *6 6 A:DIG_SIG16 A:DIG_SIG32 6 *6 *1 7 B:DIG_RTN48 B:DIG_RTN64 7
*1
CH16 TTYCS-1 7 B:DIG_RTN16 B:DIG_RTN32 7
TTYCS-1
CH32 8 G:GND G:GND 8 IV-8sq.
8 G:GND G:GND 8

各信号の接続に関しては造船所/船主との事前打合せが必要です。 CONSULT WITH SHIPOWNER AND/OR SHIPYARD ABOUT CONNECTION OF DEVICES. DRAWN TITLE
注記 NOTE
Nov. 2 '07 T.YAMASAKI IF-8530
*1)造船所手配。 *1. SHIPYARD SUPPLY. CHECKED 名称
*2)JBをカスケード接続するときは、別途DC24V電源が必要。 *2. EXTERNAL 24VDC POWER SUPPLY IS REQUIRED FOR CASCADE CONNECTION OF JB.
Nov. 2 '07 T.TAKENO 接続箱
*3)JBをカスケード接続するときは不使用。 *3. NOT USED FOR CASCADE CONNECTION OF JB. APPROVED
*4)入力信号が4-20mAの場合はV-I間をショートすること。 *4. SET JUMPER BETWEEN I AND V FOR 4-20mA SIGNAL.
Nov.5'07 R.Esumi VR-3000/3000S 相互結線図
*5)直列接続のNo.2、No.3接続箱ではシリアルデータはCH3のみ利用可能。 *5. FOR CASCADE CONNECTED No.2 & No.3 JB, ONLY CH3 IS AVAILABLE FOR SERIAL DATA PORT. SCALE MASS NAME
*6)接点信号接続用に24V-A端子間にジャンパー取付済。 *6: JUMPER SET BETWEEN 24V AND A-TERMINAL AT FACTORY. kg JUNCTION BOX
電圧信号接続時は設定を変更する。 MODIFY SETTING TO CONNECT A VOLTAGE LINE. DWG No. REF.No.
C4437-C02- H INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
S-4
1 2 3

A
VHFインターフェイス VHF送受信機
VHF INTERFACE VHF TRANSCEIVER UNIT
IF-5200 FM-8500
*2 付属ケーブル *2 HANDSET
ハンドセットハンガー *2 ATTACHED CABLE
FM10PS-6H CN3 CN4 NH8P FM10PS-6H J1105
HANDSET HANGER CC490,1m
1 0V 0V 1 1 0V
HSC701K-B20 2 PTT SW PTT SW 2 2 PTT SW
3 MIC-H MIC-H 3 3 MIC-H
4 MIC-C MIC-C 4 4 MIC-C
5 SP(H) SP(H) 5 5 HS SP
6 THRU1 THRU1 6 6 HOOK SW
THRU2 7
0V 8
付属ケーブル WING HANDSET
*2 ATTACHED CABLE *2
*1 CN5 CN7/8 FM14-7P J602
TTYCY-4S NH8P CC491,1m
マイクレセプタクル 1 1 0V 0V 1 1 0V
ボックス P
2 2 PTT SW PTT SW 2 2 W_PTT SW
MIC RECEPTACLE BOX 3 3 MIC-H MIC-H 3 3 W_MIC
B RBD-VHF/VHF-B P
4 MIC-C MIC-C 4 4 W_SP
No.1 4 5 SP(H) SP(H) 5 5 TX/RX
6 THRU1 THRU1 6 6 +15V
7 THRU2 THRU2 7 7 0V
8 0V 0V 8

ウイングハンドセット
WING HANDSET
HS6000FZ-6/5 *3

*1 *1
CN6 CN9 TTYCS-1
マイクレセプタクル 1 TTYCY-4S 1 0V 24VDC(+) 1
P 24VDC
ボックス 2 2 PTT SW 24VDC(-) 2
MIC RECEPTACLE BOX 3 3 MIC-H *1
3 TTYCS-1 VHF-1
RBD-VHF/VHF-B P
4 MIC-C OUT1(H) 4 L+ VR-5000
No.2 4 5 SP(H) OUT1(L) 5 L-
*1 データ収録ユニット
6 THRU1 6 VHF-2
TTYCS-1 DATA COLLECTING UNIT
7 THRU2 OUT2(H) 7 L+
C 8 0V OUT2(L) 8 L- VR-5010

ウイングハンドセット
WING HANDSET TB-12
*3 2 A VR-3000/3000S
HS6000FZ-6/5
3 B データ収録ユニット
TB-13 DATA COLLECTING UNIT
2 A
3 B VR-3010

注記
*1)造船所手配。
*2)工場にて取付済み。
*3)1台のウイングハンドセットを共用する。
D
NOTE
*1. SHIPYARD SUPPLY.
*2. FITTED AT FACTORY.
*3. ONE WING HANDSET IS USED IN COMMON.

DRAWN TITLE
MAY 23, '06 E.MIYOSHI IF-5200 (W/FM-8500)
CHECKED 名称
TAKAHASHI.T VHFインターフェイス
APPROVED Y. Hatai
相互結線図
SCALE MASS NAME
kg VHF INTERFACE
DWG.No.
C4418-C02- J INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
S-5
1 2 3

VHF送受信機
VHF RADIO
A FM-8700
VHFインターフェイス 送受信部
VHF INTERFACE TRANSCEIVER UNIT
IF-5200 FM-8700
*2 付属ケーブル *2 HANDSET
ハンドセットハンガー *2 ATTACHED CABLE FM10PS-6H J1105
FM10PS-6H CN3 CN4 NH8P
HANDSET HANGER 1 0V 0V 1 CC490,1m 1 0V
HSC701K-B20 2 PTT SW PTT SW 2 2 PTT SW
3 MIC-H MIC-H 3 3 MIC-H
4 MIC-C MIC-C 4 4 MIC-C
5 SP(H) SP(H) 5 5 HS SP
6 THRU1 THRU1 6 6 HOOK SW
THRU2 7
0V 8
デュプレクサユニット
*1 CN5 DUPLEXER UNIT
マイクレセプタクル TTYCY-4S DX-8700
1 1 0V
ボックス P 付属ケーブル
2 2 PTT SW WING HANDSET
MIC RECEPTACLE BOX *2 ATTACHED CABLE
3 3 MIC-H CN7/8 *4 TB201
B RBD-VHF/VHF-B P
4 MIC-C 0V 1
NH8P CC491,1m
クロ BLK 1 0V
No.1 4 5 SP(H) PTT SW 2 ミドリ GRN 2 W_PTT SW
6 THRU1 MIC-H 3 アカ RED 3 W_MIC
7 THRU2 MIC-C 4 アオ BLU 4 W_SP
8 0V SP(H) 5 シロ WHT 5 F_GND
THRU1 6
ウイングハンドセット THRU2 7
WING HANDSET 0V 8
HS6000FZ-6/5 *3

*1 *1
CN6 CN9 TTYCS-1
マイクレセプタクル 1 TTYCY-4S 1 0V 24VDC(+) 1
P 24VDC
ボックス 2 2 PTT SW 24VDC(-) 2
MIC RECEPTACLE BOX 3 3 MIC-H *1
3 VHF-1
RBD-VHF/VHF-B P TTYCS-1 VR-5000
4 MIC-C OUT1(H) 4 L+
No.2 4 5 SP(H) OUT1(L) 5 L-
*1 データ収録ユニット
6 THRU1 6 VHF-2
TTYCS-1 DATA COLLECTING UNIT
7 THRU2 OUT2(H) 7 L+
C 8 0V OUT2(L) 8 L- VR-5010

ウイングハンドセット
WING HANDSET TB-12
2 A
VR-3000/3000S
HS6000FZ-6/5 *3
3 B データ収録ユニット
TB-13 DATA COLLECTING UNIT
2 A
3 B VR-3010

注記
*1)造船所手配。
*2)工場にて取付済み。
*3)1台のウイングハンドセットを共用する。
D *4)コネクタプラグを取り外して結線する。

NOTE
*1. SHIPYARD SUPPLY.
*2. FITTED AT FACTORY.
*3. ONE WING HANDSET IS USED IN COMMON.
*4. CONNECT CORES AFTER REMOVE CONNECTOR PLUG.

DRAWN TITLE
Jun. 26,'06 E.MIYOSHI IF-5200 (W/FM-8700)
CHECKED 名称
TAKAHASHI.T VHFインターフェイス
APPROVED
Y.Hatai 相互結線図
SCALE MASS NAME
kg VHF INTERFACE
DWG.No.
C4418-C03- K INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
S-6
S-7

S-7
S-8
S-9
S - 10