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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING
Cabinet contains high voltage, which is HAZARDOUS and can cause electrical shock. Only qualified personnel are allowed to work inside the equipment.

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List of Changes Version 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Issue Date November 2010 December 2010 January 2011 April 2011 May 2011 May 2011 Issued By V. Pimenov V. Pimenov V. Pimenov V. Pimenov V. Pimenov V. Pimenov
First Release Amendments according to GL comments and recommendations Recommended Cable table amended Drawings update Drawings update Drawings update

Remarks

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8

Preface ________________________________________________________8 System Overview ________________________________________________9


Equipment List _________________________________________________________________ 10 Functional Description __________________________________________________________ 10 Main Unit _____________________________________________________________________ 12 Reset Unit _____________________________________________________________________ 13 Wing Reset Unit ________________________________________________________________ 14 Alarm Unit ____________________________________________________________________ 15 I/O Unit _______________________________________________________________________ 16 Motion Detector ________________________________________________________________ 17
Operation Modes _________________________________________________________________ 11

2.2.1

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3.1 3.2

Operating Instructions __________________________________________18


The Main Screen _______________________________________________________________ 18 System setup ___________________________________________________________________ 19
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3.2.1 Backup Officers setup __________________________________________________________________ 3.2.2 Mode setup ________________________________________________________________________ 3.2.3 Dormant Period setup ________________________________________________________________ 3.2.4 3d Stage Delay setup _________________________________________________________________ 3.2.5 Audio Options setup _________________________________________________________________

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Installation Manual _____________________________________________21


Location and Installation of the Main Unit __________________________________________ 21
Location of the Main Unit _____________________________________________________________ 21 Installation of the Main Unit ___________________________________________________________ 21 4.1.1 4.1.2

4.2 4.3

Location and Installation of I/O Unit _______________________________________________ 21 Location and Installation of Reset Units _____________________________________________ 22
Location of the Reset Units ____________________________________________________________ 22 Installation of the Reset Units __________________________________________________________ 22 Location of the Motion Detectors _______________________________________________________ 22 Motion Detectors Installation __________________________________________________________ 22 Location of the Alarm Units ___________________________________________________________ 23 Installation of the Alarm Units _________________________________________________________ 23 Location of the Wing Reset Units _______________________________________________________ 23 Installation of the Reset Units __________________________________________________________ 23 External Reset ______________________________________________________________________ Auto Pilot On ______________________________________________________________________ System Fault and Power Failure Outputs _________________________________________________ RS485 Output for VDR _______________________________________________________________ 24 24 24 24

4.3.1 4.3.2

4.4

Location and Installation of the Motion Detectors _____________________________________ 22

4.4.1 4.4.2

4.5

Location and Installation of Alarm Units ____________________________________________ 23

4.5.1 4.5.2

4.6

Location and Installation of Wing Reset Units ________________________________________ 23

4.6.1 4.6.2

4.7

External I/O signals connection ___________________________________________________ 24

4.7.1 4.7.2 4.7.3 4.7.4

4.8

AC and DC power supply _________________________________________________________ 25

Maintenance __________________________________________________26
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Spare Parts ___________________________________________________27 Recommended Cables ___________________________________________28 Service Manual: Troubleshooting _________________________________29
Power Related Problems__________________________________________________________ 30
Lack of Power ______________________________________________________________________ 30 System is powered but Fault output is active ______________________________________________ 31 No Communication with VDR _________________________________________________________ 32 Fault: MOTION 1,2,3, etc. __________________________________________________________ 33 8.1.1 8.2.1 8.3.1 8.4.1

Controller Related Problems ______________________________________________________ 31 Serial Communication Related Problems ____________________________________________ 32 Motion Detector Related Problems _________________________________________________ 33

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Specification___________________________________________________34
Main Unit: ____________________________________________________________________ 34 I/O Unit: ______________________________________________________________________ 34 Reset Unit _____________________________________________________________________ 35 Wing Reset Unit ________________________________________________________________ 35 Alarm Unit: ____________________________________________________________________ 35 Motion Detector:________________________________________________________________ 36

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Technical Drawings ____________________________________________37

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Table of Figures
Figure 1: System Overview .....................................................................................................................................................................9

Should the bridge be left unattended or if the Officer Of the Watch (OOW) becomes incapacitated, the BNWAS system alerts the OOW in the bridge through visual alarm followed by an audio alarm (First stage alarm). Master and/or other qualified navigating officers would be alerted if OOW is not responding (Second stage alarm). ............................................10 If none of the personnel has pressed the Reset button, the system will activate the alarms units in every navigator's cabin and public areas (Third Stage alarm). See time diagram below (Figure 2). ....................................................................10
Figure 2: Alarm Sequence .....................................................................................................................................................................10 Figure 3: Main Unit ..............................................................................................................................................................................12 Figure 4: Reset Unit .............................................................................................................................................................................13 Figure 5: Wing Reset Unit ....................................................................................................................................................................14 Figure 6: Alarm Unit .............................................................................................................................................................................15 Figure 7: I/O Unit ................................................................................................................................................................................16 Figure 8: Motion Detector ....................................................................................................................................................................17 Figure 9: Main Unit Screens .................................................................................................................................................................18 Figure 10: Main Unit Dimension Drawings..........................................................................................................................................37 Figure 11: Reset Unit Dimension Drawings .........................................................................................................................................38 Figure 12: Alarm Unit Dimension Drawings ........................................................................................................................................39 Figure 13: I/O Unit Dimension Drawings .............................................................................................................................................40 Figure 14: Motion Detector Dimension Drawings ................................................................................................................................41 Figure 15: Motion Detector Dimension Drawings ................................................................................................................................42 Figure 16: I/O Signal Connections.......................................................................................................................................................43 Figure 17: Power Supply Connections ..................................................................................................................................................44 Figure 18 Reset Unit Connections .........................................................................................................................................................45 Figure 19: Motion Detector Connections .............................................................................................................................................46 Figure 20: Alarm Unit Connections ......................................................................................................................................................47 Figure 21 : Alarm Unit Dip Switch Configuration ................................................................................................................................48 Figure 22: Wing Reset Unit Connections ..............................................................................................................................................50 Figure 23: Main Unit Connection .........................................................................................................................................................51

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To the Owner

Preface

Thank you for purchasing Totem Plus Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System (Totem BNWAS). Totem

BNWAS is a state of the art maritime product derived from a sophisticated technology that was developed in
Totem Plus. This manual provides the general layout, operation, installation, and maintenance of Totem

BNWAS. What is BNWAS?


Safety of navigation is the greatest concern for shipping industry. The purpose of the BNWAS is to monitor bridge activity and detect operator disability which could lead to marine accidents. The system monitors the awareness of the Officer Of the Watch (OOW) and automatically alerts the Master or another qualified OOW if for any reason the OOW becomes incapable of performing the OOWs duties. Watch Alarm prevents possible collisions or incidents related to the watchman fell asleep or incapacitated. At the heart of the system is a microcontroller inside the I/O Unit. This unit is interfaced with Main Unit, Reset Units, Alarm Units, Motion Detectors and external equipment. The design and construction of the system is in accordance with IMO resolutions: o MSC.128 (75) Recommendation on Performance Standards for a Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm

System (BNWAS)
o A.694 (17) General requirements for shipborne radio equipment, (GMDSS) and for electronic

navigational aids.
o o A.686 (17) and A.830 (19), (as applicable) Code on Alarms and Indicators. IEC 62616 Ed 1.0 (2010-02) Maritime navigation and radio communication equipment and

systems Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System (BNWAS) Methods of testing and required test results.
o IEC 60945 Ed. 4.0 (2002-08) Maritime navigation and radio communication equipment and

systems General requirements Methods of testing and required test results.

IEC 62288-1 Ed. 1.0 (2008-07) - Maritime navigation and radio communication equipment and

systems - Presentation of navigation-related information on shipborne navigational displays General requirements, methods of testing and required test results
o IEC 61162-1 Ed. 3.0 (2007-04) - Maritime navigation and radio communication equipment and

systems Digital interfaces Part 1: Single talker and multiple listeners.


Abbreviations: BNWAS Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System IMO OOW Td BCC International Maritime Organization Officer Of the Watch dormant period Bridge Control Console

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System Overview

Figure 1: System Overview Totem BNWAS consists of: 1. 2. Main Unit placed as close as possible to the conning position on the bridge Reset Units located on the bridge at the workstations for navigating, monitoring, and maneuvering other than conning position. 3. 4. 5. Wing Reset Units located on the bridge wings at the maneuvering workstations. Alarm Units located in the capable officers cabins and public area I/O Unit located near the Main Unit (inside Bridge Control Console (BCC) or other convenient place) 6. Motion Detectors located on the Wheel House ceiling above areas where navigating, monitoring, and maneuvering take place.

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# 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Equipment List
Unit Main Unit Reset Unit Wing Reset Unit* Alarm Unit I/O Unit Main Unit Cable Motion Detector AC/DC Power supply Model BWS1.0 RU1.0 WR1.0 AU1.0 IO1.0 CB2.003 SRX360N PS1.0 Entrylevel 1 1 5m Standard Scope Of Supply 1 2 4 1 5m 1 Optional 4 2 16 10m 6 1 Total (Max) 1 6 2 (substitutive with Reset Units) 20 (in 7 groups) 2 10 m 7 (in 4 groups) 1

* Up to 10 additional Wing Reset Units can be installed as additional bridge visual indications, audible alarms, and remote audible alarms. The reset button will be blocked in this case.

2.2

Functional Description

The Totem BNWAS system is designed to automatically monitor duty personal activity by following: 1) motion detectors located strategically around the bridge area 2) OOW operation on the bridge systems capable of registering physical activity and mental alertness of the OOW (modern radars, ECDIS etc.) 3) reset buttons located at the bridge working stations. Should the bridge be left unattended or if the Officer Of the Watch (OOW) becomes incapacitated, the BNWAS system alerts the OOW in the bridge through visual alarm followed by an audio alarm (First stage alarm). Master and/or other qualified navigating officers would be alerted if OOW is not responding (Second stage alarm). If none of the personnel has pressed the Reset button, the system will activate the alarms units in every navigator's cabin and public areas (Third Stage alarm). See time diagram below (Figure 2). Reset Buttons around the bridge can be also used for making an Emergency Call. The call will be transferred to the Second stage immediately and to the Third stage according to the time diagram. In a port the system can be set to act as a conventional movement detector in order to increase security measures.

Figure 2: Alarm Sequence

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Once operational, the watch alarm function remains dormant for a Td period of between 3 and 12 min by setup. At the end of this dormant period, the alarm system initiates a visual indication on the bridge by flashing light of all reset buttons. If Reset is not pressed 15 seconds (0.25 of minute) after the visual indication is initiated, BNWAS will sound a first stage audible alarm on the bridge by activating buzzer synchronized with flashing light. If the First stage is not reset, BNWAS activates a Second Stage remote visual and audible alarm at the Backup Officer location (according to setup) 15 seconds after the first stage audible alarm is initiated (0.5 minute after end of dormant period). If the Second Stage is not reset after 90 seconds to 3 minutes (by setup) after the second stage alarm is initiated, the system additionally activates the third stage remote visual and audible alarm at the locations of more crew members that are capable of taking corrective actions (all Officers cabins and Public Area).

2.2.1 2.2.1.1

Operation Modes Auto Mode

BNWAS is activated if Autopilot/Track control system is ON and deactivated if Autopilot/Track control system is OFF. The automatic switch performed by input status connected to relevant Heading/Track control system.

2.2.1.2

Manual Mode

BNWAS is operational regardless of Autopilot/Track control system status.

2.2.1.3

Off Mode

Watch function is not active. Emergency call is possible.

2.2.1.4

Security Mode

When just turned ON the system delays Security mode activation by 30 seconds. The time is given to leave the bridge without triggering an alarm. During the delay the system gives beep sounds with longer last beep when activated. If during Security mode a motion detected on the bridge the system triggers bridge alarm and transfers it automatically to the second stage according to back-up officer setup on the Main Unit. If after 90 seconds to 3 minutes (by setup) nobody reset the system the third stage bridge alarm is activated.

2.2.1.5

Emergency Call

Emergency call can be activated by any of BNWAS reset buttons installed on the bridge including wings and Main Unit. The OOW can activate the Emergency call by pressing and holding any button for 2 seconds. The call will be immediately transferred to the second stage alarm (to the backup officer according to the setup of the system) and if no reset in due time (according to setup) to the third stage (to all officers and public area). A short press on any reset button will cancel the emergency call and start next dormant period.

2.2.1.6

Fault Indication

Fault LED is activated if one or more faults detected by the system. Entering the Fault page from the Main Menu Display will reveal which Fault is currently active.

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Main Unit

Totem BNWAS Main Unit consists of four lines LCD screen, illuminated Reset Button, LED mode indicators and illuminated control buttons. Internal Buzzer provides audible alarm. The Unit is a passive device connected to microcontroller located in I/O Unit.

Figure 3: Main Unit Table 1: Main Unit Elements Description Index 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Description Auto Auto mode (system activated/deactivated by specific DI) Manual Manual mode (system is always On) Security Security mode (anti-theft alarm is armed. Emergency call is possible ) Off System is in Off condition, no alarms activated (emergency call is possible) Fault System has a fault condition (list of faults available via menu) Brightness +/- Increase/Decrease brightness of LEDs, buttons and LCD screen LCD screen four lines LCD panel (presents main screen and submenus) Reset button flashes when pre-warning is activated, cancels all audible alarms and starts new dormant period. Activates Emergency Call when pressed for 2 seconds

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Reset Unit

The Reset Unit consists of illuminated Reset Button. The Unit is a passive device connected to microcontroller located in I/O Unit

Figure 4: Reset Unit Reset button flashes when pre-warning is activated, cancels all audible alarms and starts new dormant period. Activates Emergency Call when pressed for 2 seconds

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Wing Reset Unit

Reset Unit consists of illuminated Reset Button and buzzer. The Unit is a passive device connected to microcontroller located in I/O Unit

Figure 5: Wing Reset Unit Reset button flashes when pre-warning is activated, cancels all audible alarms and starts new dormant period. Activates Emergency Call when pressed for 2 seconds. Buzzer sounds when audible alarm is generated.

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Alarm Unit

Alarm Unit consists of illuminated Reset Button, buzzer, and three LEDs indicators.

Figure 6: Alarm Unit Buzzer Off button (Yellow) flashes when second or third stage alarm is activated, cancels the current local audible alarm when pressed Active LED (Green) is active when the system is powered. Blinking when power is supplied but not yet connected to IO Unit data terminal. Backup Duty LED (Orange) indicates that this location has been chosen for second stage bridge alarm to be transferred (back-up officer). (This can be selected via the Main Unit located on the bridge). Bridge Alarm LED (Red) Indicates the bridge alarm has been activated by the system.

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I/O Unit

I/O Unit consists of Microcontroller, Power Supply, Connection Boards for Reset Units, Motion Detectors, and Alarm Units.

Figure 7: I/O Unit I/O Unit serves as central processing and cabling termination unit for the BNWAS and contains terminals for connection of the external cabling necessary for the following: - DC main supply,24 VDC ships supply - AC power supply,115V/220 VAC from ships main supply (optional) - DC back-up supply,24 VDC ships supply with battery back-up - Main Unit with LCD screen - Alarm Units for Cabins and Public Area - Reset Units - Wing Reset Units - External Reset signals from individual navigation instruments/systems capable to detect physical activity of OOW - Emergency call from external instruments/systems - Auto Pilot ON (in use in Auto Mode only) Page 16 of 51 Version 1.6

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(MW).

Motion Detector

Motion Detector is 360ceiling mount 4-elements passive infrared (PIR) detector combined with Micro Wave

Figure 8: Motion Detector The SRX-360 is a combination of 1) 4-element passive infrared motion detector for use in ceiling mount applications and 2) Micro Wave (MW) detector, providing motion detection by PYRO sensor element and MW element (based on Doppler effect). Using micro controller for PIR & MW signal analyzing, with Special ASIC technology for PIR pulse processing, assures false detection free operation. The SRX-360 is equipped with a special hard spherical lens. This lens is the latest development in the security field and complies with all the new standards requirements. It gives wide coverage patterns, even at low mounting heights. It is especially immune to sunlight, halogen lights and fluorescent lights and is impervious to tampering.

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3.1
The Main Screen

Operating Instructions

The main screen includes a 4-line LCD display of the main information related to BNWAS operation. The Number on the right side is the time left till the end of dormant period in minutes. When it reaches 99 seconds, the time is displayed in seconds. The S or M symbol is blinking when time count is running. In the right upper corner there is a system running indicator.

Figure 9: Main Unit Screens The first two rows of the main screen have no submenus and are for information only: o Top Row - Duty Officer

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System allows one or two backup officers to be assigned at a time. If two officers have been chosen, an ampersand sign (&) is used to separate names. Possible options are as follows:

CPT Captain C/O Chef Officer 2ND - Second Officer 3RD - Third Officer 4TH Fourth Officer (Any additional Officer capable of Watch Duty) 5TH Fifth Officer (Any additional Officer capable of Watch Duty)

Second Row Dormant period in minutes

Dormant period (Td) is the delay time before triggering the bridge alarm if no OOW activity is detected Third and Fourth rows have submenus. Symbol > is in use to indicate the row chosen at the moment. Up and Down arrows are in use to make a choice. The Enter button to enters the sub-menu. o Third Row - Setup

This item is password protected. There are two different passwords in the system: The main one allows access to all setups of the system. It is so called Master password. The secondary password gives access to assign back up officers only. It is Officers password. o The fourth and last row - Fault

When inside the item list of current faults if any is visible. The faults possible are: MOTION1 ALARM System detected trouble in zone 1 of motion detection. The maximum number of motion detection zones is 4. AC FAILURE - System detected problem with AC electrical supply. Only 24VDC is available. DC FAILURE - System detected problem with DC electrical supply. Only AC is available.

3.2

System setup
When Setup is chosen password dialog appears. If wrong password entered or there is more than 40 seconds delay during entering the system returns to the main screen. When correct Master password is entered full list of options appears (Setup screen 3). With Officers password Backup Officer setup screen appears only (Setup screen 3-1).

3.2.1 Backup Officers setup


Backup officers setup has two submenus: o o 1ST BACKUP OFFICER setup of the first backup officer 2ST BACKUP OFFICER setup of the second backup officer

Inside each of two items there is the same list of backup officers except that second backup officer can be disabled. The default is Captain as the first backup officer and Chief Officer as the second one. When an officer has been selected by pressing the Enter button, the display will return to the previous menu (one level up on the menu tree).

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Mode setup

Mode setup screen has list of four possible modes. Each mode has corresponded LED on the Main Unit panel. The default is Manual. When a mode has been chosen by pressing on Enter button, the system reacting by moving to one level up on the menu tree to the Setup screen 3 and corresponded LED becomes active.

3.2.3 Dormant Period setup


Dormant Period setup screen has list of four possible Dormant periods: 3, 6, 9, 12 minutes. The default is 12 minutes. When a dormant period has been chosen by pressing on Enter button, the display will return to the previous menu (Setup screen #3).

3.2.4 3d Stage Delay setup


3d Stage Delay setup screen has list of four possible 3d stage delays: 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3 minutes. This is the time between Second and Third stage of Bridge alarm. The default is 1.5 minutes. There is an option to disable 3d stage. If 3d stage is disabled the system will not transfer the alarm to the 3d stage. When a delay has been chosen by pressing on Enter button, the display will return to the previous menu (Setup screen #3).

3.2.5 Audio Options setup


Audio Option setup screen has list of four possible audio patterns: OPTION 1 OPTION 4. The sound differs by length of the alarm sound and pause. Default is OPTION 1: one second sound is active fallowing one second pause. When an option has been chosen by pressing on Enter button, the display will return to the previous menu (Setup screen #3).

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4.1

Installation Manual

Location and Installation of the Main Unit

4.1.1 Location of the Main Unit


The Main Unit should be installed in the vicinity of the bridge conning position where OOW is mostly located during the watch.

4.1.2 Installation of the Main Unit


1. 2. 3. Find a place on the Bridge console in the vicinity of the bridge conning position. Minimum distance to a magnetic compass must be 500 mm. There must be sufficient space available behind the unit to allow proper cable connection using D25 connector. 4. 5. 6. 7. Make cut out in the console panel according to the dimension drawings below Make 4 x 5mm holes for the bolts Prepare grounding to be connected to one of the Panels bolts Connect the cable to D25 connector on the back side. Note that while you are connecting the cable the system should be Off. 8. 9. Bolt the panel to the console with M4 nuts, washers, and safety washers. Adjust volume and ascend pattern of the buzzer using trimmers Rt1, Rt2, Rt3 on the Controller PCB inside I/O unit. The sound shall be audible from all operational positions where the OOW may reasonably be expected to be stationed. 10. Setup audio option using setup menu. The sound should be distinctive from other alarms on the bridge.

4.2
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Location and Installation of I/O Unit


I/O Main Unit contains four Mounting Holes, two on top and two on the bottom. Find a place inside console or cabinet. Maximum distance to the Main Unit is 5 m. Make 8.5 mm holes according to the dimension drawings of I/O unit. Bolt the Unit with M8 set of nuts and washers. Cable shields should be connected to the systems ground bus (GND). System ground bus should be connected with a wire not less than 2 mm2 to the closest earth point (GND) of the ship.

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Location and Installation of Reset Units

4.3.1 Location of the Reset Units


Reset units should be located only in areas of the bridge providing proper lookout. Flashing visual indication shall be visible from all operational positions where the OOW may reasonably be expected to be stationed. Reset buttons shall be easily accessible from the workstations for navigating, maneuvering, and monitoring.

4.3.2 Installation of the Reset Units


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Make cut-out at the proper location according to the dimension drawings below. Make 4 x 4mm holes for the bolts. Prepare grounding to be connected to one of the Panels bolts. Connect the wires according to the electrical drawings below. Bolt the panel to the console with M3 nuts, washers, and safety washers.

4.4

Location and Installation of the Motion Detectors

4.4.1 Location of the Motion Detectors


Detectors should be placed at the bridge workstations (positions at which the crew is expected to be when performing one of the normal bridge duties) only in areas of the bridge providing proper lookout. The following workstations should be covered: Conning position Main radars Helmsman position Bridge Control console

When determining the detectors location the following should be taken into account: The surface should be with minimum vibration possible. The coverage area of one Motion detectors is a circle about 10 m in diameter. The space around the detector should be clear of obstacles. Do not install the detector near air conditions, fans, ventilations, heaters, sources of bright light.

4.4.2 Motion Detectors Installation


1. Remove cover from detector body by loosening the lock-screw about 5mm and turning the cover counterclockwise. 2. Remove Body from Bracket. The body is removed from base by turning it counterclockwise. 3. Place the bracket at the ceiling. Insert the cables through the appropriate grooves in the silicon gasket. Mount the bracket to ceiling using M4 or Sf3.5 self-drilling screws. 4.
While the system is powered off, connect the cable to the detectors bracket according to electrical drawings below.

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Place detector body with the sign arrow against the dot market on the bracket. Turn clockwise until the sign arrow on body placed in front of the sign arrow on bracket.

6. 7.

Adjust JP5 jumpers to AND mode. Adjust JP1 jumpers to LED OFF mode (You can keep the LED operational during commissioning. When navigation started it must be OFF).

8.

Adjust sensitivity using JP2, JP6 jumpers and trimmers RV1, RV2. The sensitivity should be enough to detect hand wave motion.

9.

Place the four tabs of the cover in to the matching notches in the base and turn the cover clockwise until it is fit tightly. Tighten the external lock screw.

10. Check on the Main Unit Screen that there is no fault for specific sensor. 11. Check that when a motion detected it resets dormant period. 12. To cancel false alarm on not existing Motion detectors, Jumper Tampering input to (TAMP) to 12V

4.5

Location and Installation of Alarm Units

4.5.1 Location of the Alarm Units


Alarm Units should be placed in the locations of the Master, officers and further crew members capable of taking corrective action as well as in the public area. Connect the Alarm Units in a parallel connection. This schema allows the connection of a batch of Alarm Units on a single cable loop. Station configuration can be set using the DIP Switch (illustrated on electrical drawings 12 & 12-A). If two or more Alarm Units are required for a single location, use the same DIP Switch settings and connect then in parallel. The alarm volume shall be sufficient for it to be heard throughout the locations above and to wake sleeping personnel.

4.5.2 Installation of the Alarm Units


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Alarm Units Installation Make cut-out at the proper location according to the dimension drawings below. Make 4 x 4mm holes for the bolts. Prepare grounding to be connected to one of the Panels bolts. Connect the wires according to the electrical drawings below. Bolt the panel to the console with M3 nuts, washers, and safety washers.

4.6

Location and Installation of Wing Reset Units

4.6.1 Location of the Wing Reset Units


Open wings should be equipped with Wing Reset Units. It should be located as close as possible to the maneuvering station. Flashing visual indication shall be visible from all operational positions where the OOW may reasonably be expected to be stationed. Reset buttons shall be easily accessible from the workstation.

4.6.2 Installation of the Reset Units


1. 2. 3. 4. Wing reset unit is bulkhead mounted. Make 4 x 5 mm holes for the bolts according to dimension drawings below. Open the cover and bolt the panel with M4 stainless nuts, washers, and safety washers. Remove the gland from the box. Version 1.6

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Connect the wires according to the electrical drawings below. If the unit installed as additional visual, audio or remote audio indication it should be connected in parrallel to the Wing Reset Units except reset Button. Reset Button Should not be connected. Install the gland Adjust volume of the buzzer using trimmer

10. Close the cover and tight the cover screws.

4.7

External I/O signals connection

4.7.1 External Reset


5 External reset inputs provided by the system to connect bridge equipment capable of generating a reset signal by contact closure. For connection use external I/O signals connection electrical drawings below.

4.7.2 Auto Pilot On


When the system is in Auto mode the On status of the input automatically brings the system to operation and inhibits it when Off status is set. Contact closure output should be provided by ships heading or track control system. The Auto mode is not suitable for use on a ship conforming with SOLAS V 19.2.2.3 which requires BNWAS to be in operation whenever the ship is under way at sea. To avoid accidental deactivation, in this case the input should be short circuit to 24V on the terminals. For connection use external I/O signals connection electrical drawings below.

4.7.3 System Fault and Power Failure Outputs


System and Power Fault outputs provided to repeat fault indication on a central alarm panel if fitted. The output circuit is an optocoupler. Optimal load is 3 mA. Maximum load is 50 mA. For right connection polarity should be observed.

4.7.4

RS485 Output for VDR


For connection use external I/O signals

RS485 output provides an interface according to IEC 61162-1 for VDR or another registering system. There are terminals for two systems to be connected simultaneously. connection electrical drawings below. ALR sentence is in use with the following message content:

$BNALR,hhmmss.ss,xxx,A,A,c--c*hh<CR><LF>
c --c: hhmmss.ss: this part left blank (zero field) xxx: alarm ID. In BNWAS is designated as "000" A: A =Dormant period exceeded V =Dormant period not exceeded A: A =Alarm acknowledged V =Alarm unacknowledged BNWAS mode :c 1 ;c 2 ;c 3 c 1 =AUT or MAN or OFF c 2 =Dormant period in min,(03 12) c 3 =Alarm stage:1,2 or 3.

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4.8

AC and DC power supply


24VDC or 115/220 VAC (optional) from ships mains serves as main power supply for BNWAS. Provision of 24VDC from battery maintained ships supply source is required as battery back-up power supply for BNWAS and has to be connected. For connection use Power Supply Connections electrical drawings below.

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Maintenance

The BNWAS needs no maintenance or calibration. However it is recommended to plug the connectors in and out every year, to prevent oxidation of the contacts. All Units may be cleaned with a light wetted towel.

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The spare parts include two fuses F1AL250V 5x20

Spare Parts

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# Unit/Sensor

Recommended Cables
Cable Type Maximum Length(m) Comments

1.

Reset Units

4x0.5 shielded

50

2.

Wing Reset Units

6x0.5 shielded

50

3.

Alarm Units

2x2x0.5 shielded

150

4.

Motion Detectors

4x0.5 shielded

50 150 150 -

5. 6. 7. 8.

I/O Unit RS485 I/O Unit Digital Sensors Main Power 220VAC Backup Power 24VDC

1x2x0.5 twisted pair, shielded 2x0.75 shielded (2 cores per signal) 3x1.5 2x1.5

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Service Manual: Troubleshooting

This troubleshooting manual will lead the service technician through a set of questions, which will be used to diagnose the problem and find a solution. If a step doesnt solve the problem, continue onward to the next step. After all steps have been completed, and the problem still persists, please dont hesitate to consult with a Totem Plus Technician for further assistance.

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Power Related Problems Lack of Power


System does not turn on

Check small yellow terminal switches

No Switch it ON

OK?

Yes

Check voltage AC voltage

OK?

No Trouble is in ships mains

Yes

Check output voltage of 24VDC power supply inside I/O unit OK?

Replace Power supply No

Yes

Check DC voltage on terminals

Trouble is in ships battery No

OK?

Yes Call Totem Plus

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Controller Related Problems

8.2.1 System is powered but Fault output is active


Identify the Origin of the problem Controller Watch Dog detecting fault Remedy Remove AC and DC power for 3 seconds and put it back for system reset

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Serial Communication Related Problems

8.3.1 No Communication with VDR

Identify the Origin of the problem Have you tried to restart the System?

Remedy Remove AC and DC power for 3 seconds and put it back for system reset

Is the differential voltage of serial signals within the IEC 61162 specification? (Should be minimum 2V) Does it work with a different serial input of VDR? (Use a port what you know is working.) Is there interference? 1. Is the cable shielded and the cores are twisted?

If the output differential voltage is less than 2V check or steady change Controller

If the port does work with, use a spare serial port, if available, or replace the serial card

1. Replace the cable

2. Connect the shield on the talker side only 2. Is the shield connected to BNWAS only (the talker side)? If the polarity is correct? Change polarity

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8.4.1

Motion Detector Related Problems Fault: MOTION 1,2,3, etc.


Identify the Origin of the problem Remedy When System is powered measure voltage Is the trouble circuit is closed? between GND and TAMPER terminals on the Motion Detectors PCB inside I/O Unit If there is 12V Check the cover and body are firmly closed and locking screw is fully screwed. If problem persists change the Motion Detector If problems persists Change Motion detector port in the PCB if available or replace the PCB

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9.1

Specification

Main Unit:
1 illuminated reset button 4 illuminated functional buttons 4 rows x 20 characters LCD display 4 color LED for Mode indication brightness control (dimmer) buzzer with adjustable pattern and volume

Dimensions: D: 29 mm W: 190 mm H: 120 mm Weight: 400 g Front Face: 0.25 mm Lexan polycarbonate IP: 22

9.2

I/O Unit:
Controller 5 external reset inputs External Emergency call input Auto Pilot On input RS485 serial output for VDR (IEC61162-1) Power Failure and Fault outputs Up to 8 Motion Detectors (in groups of two) Up to 6 Reset Units Up to 20 Alarm Units (in 6 groups) D: 80 mm W: 350 mm H: 465 mm

Dimensions:

Weight: 5 kg Primarily Power supply: Backup Power Supply: 24VDC 0.5A or 115/220 VAC 50/60Hz 0.2/0.1 A (optional) 24VDC 0.5A

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Reset Unit
One illuminated button D: 43 mm (does not include button) W: 85 mm H: 52.5 mm

Dimensions:

Weight: 60 g IP: 22

9.4

Wing Reset Unit


One illuminated button Two buzzers Watertight box gland D: 43 mm (does not include button) W: 160 mm H: 75 mm (does not include gland)

Dimensions:

Weight: 600 g IP: 56

9.5

Alarm Unit:
Controller 1 illuminated Buzzer Off button 3 color LEDs for status indication buzzer with adjustable volume

Dimensions: D: 35 mm W: 85 mm H: 52.5 mm Weight: 80 g IP: 22

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Motion Detector:
PIR and MW sensor with 36coverage pattern Up to 3.6m mounting height 36/20m diameter coverage when mounted at 3.6m Fully sealed sensor chamber VLSI Technology (Very Large Scale Integration) Omni directional 4 Element Pyro Sensor Microwave detection based on Doppler concept Unique Microwave Motion Sensor Module with microstrip patch antenna AND &OR alarm signal selection 2-way Microwave sensitivity adjustment 2-way PIR sensitivity adjustment Hard Spherical Lens 36coverage Bidirectional temperature compensation Fluorescent light stability RFI &EMI Immunity.

Dimensions: D: 58.5 mm Diameter: 131 mm Weight: 200 g IP: 22

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Figure 11: Reset Unit Dimension Drawings

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Figure 15: Motion Detector Dimension Drawings

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Figure 16: I/O Signal Connections

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Figure 17: Power Supply Connections

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Figure 18 Reset Unit Connections

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Figure 19: Motion Detector Connections

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Figure 21 : Alarm Unit Dip Switch Configuration

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Figure 24: I/O Unit Layout Page 51 of 51 Version 1.6