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Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System

Installation Guide
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Safety Notices

WARNING WARNING
Dangerous voltages Mains supply indicators
inside the Main Unit. are warning devices
Always disconnect mains and do not warranty the
supply before servicing absence of mains
the unit. No user voltage inside the unit.
serviceable parts inside. Always disconnect
Servicing only by mains supply before
qualified personnel. servicing the unit.

WARNING NOTICE !

Master Control Unit Compass safety distance=1m


must be connected to
protective earth.

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Table of Contents

Safety Notices ...............................................................................................3

List of used Abbreviations ........................................................................6

1. INSTALLATION....................................................................................................7
1.1 Equipment List..........................................................................................7

1.2 Mounting and wiring considerations ............................................9

1.2.1 General requirements.............................................................................9

1.2.2 Master Control Unit..........................................................................................9

1.2.3 Control Panel..................................................................................................10

1.2.4 PIR/MW Detectors........................................................................................10

1.2.5 Bridge Reset and Alarm Units........................................................................10

1.2.6 Cabin and Messroom Alarm Units.................................................................10

1.3 Connections with other equipment..............................................................11


1.3.1 VDR...............................................................................................................11

1.3.2 GPS...............................................................................................................11

1.3.1 Autopilot.........................................................................................................11

1.3.1 Other Bridge Equipment.................................................................................11

1.3.5 Unacknowledged Alarm Transfer....................................................................11

2. COMMISSIONING...........................................................................................12
2.1 DIP Switch settings.........................................................................................12

2.2 Startup and initial testing.................................................................................12

3. FIRST LINE TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................14


3.1 Fuse replacement ........................................................................14

3.2 Troubleshooting table ...................................................15

APPENDIX A. NMEA INTERFACE SENTENCES...............................................................16

APPENDIX Β SPECIFICATIONS........................................................................................18

APPENDIX C. OUTLINE DRAWINGS AND INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAMS..................19

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Table of Contents cont.

List of Figures.

Figure 1. BNA501 Block Diagram ..........................................................................................8

Figure 2. Spring Loaded Terminals.........................................................................................9

Figure 3. DIP Switches.........................................................................................................12

Figure 4. PLC Mode Switch..................................................................................................12

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List of used Abbreviations


BNWAS: Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System.

MCU: Main Control Unit.

CP: Control Panel.

BRU: Bridge Reset and Alarm Unit.

CAU: Cabin Alarm Unit.

MAU: Messroom Alarm Unit.

GPS: Global Positioning System.

SOG: Speed Over Ground.

PIR/MW: Passive Infrared/Microwave.

PLC: Programmable Logic Controller.

LED: Light Emitting Diode.

NMEA: National Marine Electronics Association.

VDR: Voyage Data Recorder

NO/NC: Normally Open/ Normally Closed

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1. INSTALLATION

1.1 Equipment List


BNA 501 in standard configuration consists of the following equipment:

Master Control Unit Order code:


(MCU) BNA501_MCU

Control Panel Order code:


(CP) BNA501_CP

Bridge Reset and Order code:


Alarm Unit BNA501_BRU
(BRU)

Order code:
Cabin Alarm Unit BNA501_CAU
(CAU)

Order code:
Messroom Alarm Unit BNA501_MAU
(MAU)

PIR/MW Movement Order code:


Detection Unit BNA501_PIR/MW

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GPS Mains AC 24 VDC
AUTOPILOT Input Input Fig 1.
VDR
OTHER EQ. BNA 501 Block Diagram
NMEA
NMEA 0183
0183

AUTOPILOT IN

Other Bridge EQ. Reset

Unacknowledged Alarm

Control Panel
AC Fail
Central
System Fail Alarm Panel

Main Control Unit

PIR/MW Detectors

CHIEF
MASTER 2nd MATE 3rd MATE SPARE
OFFICER

Bridge Reset and Alarm Units Cabin Alarm Units Messroom Alarm Units
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1.2 Mounting and wiring considerations


1.2.1 General requirements
! The installation should fulfill the requirements of IEC 62616 Annex A and IMO MSC.128(75).
! Place the units in clean, well ventilated positions, away from heat radiating devices such as air conditioners,
exhaust vents and direct sunlight..

! Place the units away from electromagnetic interference generating devices.


! Allow sufficient space for easy maintenance.
! All mounting hardware should be of marine grade quality.
! Allow for sufficient distance from compasses according to information found in page 3.
! All wiring should be securely fastened
! Protect wiring from sharp edges using suitable sleeves and/or cable glands.
! Hydel supplies all required cables but if a substitude is to be made ensure that it fullfils safety requirements.

1.2.2 Master Control Unit (dwg. 01, 02, 03)

Master Control Unit (MCU) can be installed in bridge or in an equipment room, taking in account the maximum
cable run from the Control Panel which is 50 meters. Minimum distance from deck must be 150mm to allow easy
cable insertion. Mount the unit with M6 bolts or self tapping screws.
Feed all cabling through the bottom of the unit and secure it with cable ties. To make connections to the spring
loaded terminals (fig. 2) use the small screwdriver provided to open the terminals, insert cable and remove the
screwdriver. Do not connect AC and DC power supply cabling until all system interconnections are made.
Refer to interconnection diagram ( dwg.11) for wiring details.

Fig. 2
Spring loaded terminals

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1.2.3 Control Panel (dwg. 04)

Control Panel must be positioned in a bridge location providing proper lookout. It can be flush mounted or
bulkhead mounted.

Bulkhead mount

Use the template on page 31 to mark hole positions. Drill the appropriate pilot holes. Unscrew the four screws
(page 23). Remove the front cover of the unit. Mount the mounting base to the bulkhead using self tapping
screws. Insert the RS485 cable through the cable gland . Make the connections to the screw terminals
according to interconnection diagram (dwg.11). Mount the front cover and tighten the retaining screws. Tighten
the cable gland.

Flush Mount

Use the template on page 32 to mark the appropriate cutout and mounting hole positions. Unscrew the four
screws (page 23). Remove the mounting base of the unit. Attach RS485 cable to the screw terminals according
to interconnection diagram (dwg.11) and secure it with cable ties. Mount the unit with self tapping screws.

1.2.4 PIR/MW Detectors (dwg. 04)

PIR/MW detectors are 360o devices and must be installed on the ceiling of the bridge. They must be mounted so
as to cover all positions where the OOW might reasonably be, that offer proper lookout. Refer to page 29 for
coverage diagram. Avoid all obstructions and place the detectors away from heat generating devices,
fluorescence lights and other possible interference sources.

1.2.5 Bridge Reset and Alarm Units (dwg. 05, 06)

Bridge Reset and Alarm Units shall be easily accessible from the conning position, the workstation for
navigating and maneuvering, and the workstation for monitoring and the bridge wings. The first stage audible
alarm shall be audible from all operational positions on the bridge where the OOW may reasonably be expected
to be stationed. The visual alarm shall be visible from all operational positions on the bridge where the OOW
may reasonably be expected to be stationed.
To mount the unit remove the front cover loosening the four retaining screws (see page 24). Secure the
mounting base to the bulkhead using self tapping screws. Insert the signal cables to the cable glands.
Make the connections according to interconnection diagram (dwg.11). Replace the front cover and tighten the
four retaining screws. Tighten the cable glands.

1.2.6 Cabin and Messroom Alarm Units. (dwg. 07, 08, 09)

Cabin Alarm Units must be located to the Master’s and backup officers cabins at positions allowing unobstructed
sound transmission.
Messroom Alarm Units must be mounted to locations that allow the alerting of as many as possible of the crew.
To mount the unit remove the front cover loosening the four retaining screws (see page 26). Secure the
mounting base to the bulkhead using self tapping screws. Insert the signal cables to the cable glands. Make the
connections according to interconnection diagram (dwg.11). Replace the front cover and tighten the four
retaining screws. Tighten the cable glands.

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1.3 Connections with other equipment


1.3.1 VDR

MCU talks with ships' VDR through a standard IEC 61162 (NMEA) interconnection. Refer to Appendix B for
NMEA sentence details. Refer to interconnection diagram (dwg.11) for wiring details. The transmission of the
$BNALR sentence is not periodic so the VDR must be configured accordingly.

1.3.2 GPS

MCU communicates with ships' GPS though a standard IEC 61162 (NMEA) interconnection to acquire ships'
speed over ground. Refer to Appendix B for NMEA sentence details. Refer to interconnection diagram
(dwg.11) for wiring details.

1.3.3 Autopilot

MCU acquires ships' Autopilot status though a standard IEC 61162 (NMEA) interconnection or a normally open
contact. Open contact is biased to 24VDC. Refer to Appendix B for NMEA sentence details. Refer to
interconnection diagram (dwg.11) for wiring details.

1.3.4 Other Bridge Equipment.

BNA 501 can be reset by any bridge equipment that can provide a signal, through normally open contact, when
changes in the operation of the manual controls are registered. Open contact is biased to 24VDC. Refer to
interconnection diagram (dwg.11) for wiring details.

1.3.5 Unacknowledged Alarm Transfer.


Unacknowledged Alarms from other bridge equipment are transferred to BNA501 through a standard IEC
61162 (NMEA) interconnection or normally open contact. Open contact is biased to 24VDC. Refer to Appendix B
for NMEA sentence details. Refer to interconnection diagram (dwg.11) for wiring details.

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2. COMMISSIONING

2.1 DIP Switch settings


Installation specific settings are adjusted by means of six DIP Switches located at the back of MCU front door
(fig. 3)

SW No. Function Settings

3rd stage alarm 90 sec


delay
1 2 120 sec

150 sec

180 sec
1 2

3rd stage alarm 3rd stage alarm normal


3 inhibit
3rd stage alarm inhibited
3

2nd and 3rd audio Fig. 3 DIP Switches


alarm modulation
4 5 envelope

4 5 0 500ms 1s

Test mode Normal operation


6
Test mode. ( see § 2.2)
6

Fig. 4 PLC Mode Switch


2.2 Startup and initial testing.
! Carefully check the installation to verify that everything is securelly mounted and connected.

! Check DIP switch settings to verify your desired configuration.

! Put DIP Switch no 6 to the Test Mode position. This setting divides the first dormant time and the 3rd
stage alarm delay by 6 ( i.e 1 minute becomes 10 sec) to allow quick testing of the system.

! Verify that the Mode Switch on the PLC is at the RUN position. (See fig.4 and dwg. 02)
! Turn the keylock selector on the Control Panel to OFF position .
! Turn ON the mains and backup switches (page 22). The power indicators on the MCU front panel must turn
ON (dwg. 01).

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! Verify that the Control Panel is powered up. Press the LAMP TEST button on Control Panel . Check that all
indicators are OK.

! Check the Control Panel for any displayed failures . Refer to ' 3.2 if any failures are displayed.

! Turn the keylock selector on the Control Panel to SET position. Select MANUAL mode and 3 minutes
dormant time.

! Turn the keylock selector on the Control Panel to ON position. The counting sequence should start. Check
that the system operates as desired.

! When testing has finished, turn the keylock selector on the Control Panel to OFF position. Put DIP Switch
no. 6 to the normal operation position.

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3. FIRST LINE TROUBLESHOOTING

3.1 Fuse replacement


Any blown fuse should be replaced by the same type and rating to avoid the risk of fire. Always check for
obvious short circuits etc. before replacing a blown fuse. Call for service if a fuse repeatedly blows.

WARNING
FUSE REPLACEMENT

To avoid the risk of fire always


replace fuses with same type and
rating.

Fuse ref. des. Ref. dwg. page Type Protected circuits

Fuse breaker AC Mains supply


F1 dwg. 03
6A 230 V Fuse breakers

Auxiliary supply
F2 dwg. 03 Fuse breaker 24 VDC
4 A 250 V Fuse breakers

dwg. 03 Glass fuse 5x20mm 24 VDC to PLC, HMI,


F3
4A 250 V external circuits

dwg. 03 Glass fuse 5x20mm 12 VDC PSU output


F4
4A 250 V to PIR/MW detectors

Glass fuse 5x20mm 24 VDC PSU output


F5 dwg. 02
4A 250 V (all circuits)

dwg. 02 Glass fuse 5x20mm 12 VDC PSU input


F6
4A 250 V and NMEA interface

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3.2 Troubleshooting table


In case of system malfunction try to restore normal operation by checking the following troubleshooting table.
which lists common simple symptoms. Call for service if normal operation cannot be restored.

WARNING
Dangerous voltages
inside the Main Unit.
Always disconnect mains
supply before servicing
the unit. No user
serviceable parts inside.

Symptom Probable causes

System does not power up. AC and auxiliary supply cabling.


Power supply indicators on MCU OFF Mains and auxiliary fuse breakers.
All Control Panel indicators OFF . Fuse F5

Power supply indicators on MCU ON Fuse F3


All Control Panel and BRU indicators OFF .

All Control Panel indicators OFF Control Panel cabling.


BRU indicators ON.

“E” is displayed on the Control Panel Control Panel cabling.


dormant time display and “PLC ERROR PLC mode button not in RUN position
on failure indicators. (see § 2.2).

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APPENDIX A

NMEA INTERFACE SENTENCES

BNA501 uses a number of NMEA sentences to communicate with ships GPS,VDR ,Autopilot and Other
bridge equipment. Below is a description of the used sentences.

Speed over ground (SOG) from GPS.


$--VTG,x.x,T,x.x,M,x.x,N,x.x,K

System uses the N,x.x field to obtain ships speed over ground

Heading control status from Autopilot.


$--HTC,A,x.x,a,a,a,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,a,a*hh<CR><LF>
$--HTD,A,x.x,a,a,a,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,x.x,a,A, A, A,x.x,*hh<CR><LF>

Selected steering mode M = Manual steering.


S = Stand-alone
H = Heading control.
T = Track control.
R = Rudder control.
Override A = in use, V = not in use

For the Heading control to be active Override=V and steering mode anyone except M (Manual).

Unacknowledged Alarm transfer from other bridge equipment.


$--ALR,hhmmss.ss,xxx,A,A,c--c*hh<CR><LF>

Alarm's description text

Alarm's acknowledge state, A= acknowledged, V = unacknowledged

Alarm condition (A = threshold exceeded, V = not exceeded)

ID number of the alarm source

Time of alarm condition change, UTC

On receiving an $--ALR sentence with a "V" at Alarm's acknowledge state field, BNWAS initiates the
Emergency Call function.

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BNWAS status to ships VDR.


$BNALR,,000,A,A,C1=xxx;C2=xx;C3=x*hh<CR><LF>

– A: A = Dormant period exceeded


V = Dormant period not exceeded
– A: A = Alarm acknowledged
V = Alarm unacknowledged

c1 = AUT or MAN or OFF


c2 = Dormant period in min, (03 – 12)
c3 = Alarm stage: 1, 2 or 3.

Example

$BNALR,,000,A,V,C1=AUT;C2=03;C3=1*hh<CR><LF>

The alarm message is sent twice with any change of the BNWAS settings for mode or dormant period, and
with any activated and reset alarm.

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APPENDIX B

SPECIFICATIONS

Power supply: Primary: 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz


Backup: 24 VDC

Dormant Time selection : 3-12 minutes in 1 minute intervals.

Modes of operation: Manual, Off, Auto

Bridge audible alarm level: 78 dB

Cabin audible alarm level: 78 dB

Messroom audible alarm level: 78 dB

Inputs: PIR/MW sensors


Reset buttons (active low)
Emergency call buttons (active low)
Bridge Equipment reset (active low)
Auto pilot (active low)
Unacknowledged Alarm transfer (active low)

Outputs: Bridge Audio Alarm 24VDC


Bridge Visual Alarm 24VDC
Backup Officers cabin audio alarms 24VDC
Public audio alarm 24VDC
PIR/MW supply 12VDC
System Fail to central alarm panel ( NO or NC dry contact)
Power Supply Fail to central Alarm panel ( NO or NC dry
contact)

NMEA Inputs: ΝΜΕΑ 0183 4800 bps


Auto pilot ($--HTD, $--HTC), GPS ($GPVTG),
Unacknowledged Alarm ($--ALR)

NMEA Output: ΝΜΕΑ 0183 4800 bps


$BNALR to ships VDR

Failure Indicators: AC Power Fail


DC Power Fail
PLC Error
Tamper

Main Control Unit dimensions: 380x300x155mm

Control Panel dimensions: 214x161x80mm

Alarm and reset boxes dimensions: 80x120x65mm

Compass safe distance: 1m

Operating temperature range: -15 to +55 oC

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APPENDIX C

OUTLINE DRAWINGS AND INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAMS

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BATTERY SUPPLY

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2 Battery Suply On Indicator

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SIEMENS
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1M 1L 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 2M 2L 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 M L DC
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7 Anti-Tamper Switch

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9 NMEA Programing Junction

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ALARMS BACKUP OFFICER


B B
AC POWER BRIDGE VISUAL
MASTER

DC POWER BRIDGE AUDIO

CHIEF
PLC ERROR 2nd REMOTE OFFICER

TAMPER 3rd REMOTE


2nd
MATE

EMERG.
CALL 3rd

161
MATE

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RESET
C LAMP SPARE
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DIMMER
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CONTROL PANEL PIR/MW SENSOR PIR/MW SENSOR BRU BRU OTHER BRIDGE
AUTO UNACK. EQUIPMENT
A PILOT ALARM RESET A

LED COMMON

LED COMMON
EMERG. LED

EMERG. LED
EMERG. SW.

EMERG. SW.
RESET LED

RESET LED
RESET SW.

RESET SW.
RS485-LO
RS485-HI

TAMPER
TAMPER

TAMPER
TAMPER
TAMPER
TAMPER

TAMPER
TAMPER

TAMPER
TAMPER

BUZZER

BUZZER
24 VDC

COM

COM

GND

GND
GND

N.C

N.C
v+

v+
v-

v-
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
B B

75 76 77 78 79 80 2 3 4 5 6 34 35 36 37 38 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 31 32
C C

MCU

D L N V+ V- 16 17 18 19 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39
D
81 82 83 84 85 86 56 57 58 59 60 61 88 89 90 91 92 93 62 63 64
100-240VAC

AUX SUPPLY

NMEA-B
GND

NMEA-B
GND

NMEA-B
GND

NMEA-B
GND

NMEA-B
GND
NMEA-A

NMEA-A

NMEA-A

NMEA-A

NMEA-A
50/60Hz

COM

COM
N.O

N.O
N.C

N.C
24 VDC

E E
PSU FAIL SYSTEM
FAIL

SHIPS’ CENTRAL ALARM GPS IN AUTOPILOT OTHER OTHER VDR OUT


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

IN BRIDGE EQ. IN BRIDGE EQ. IN


PANEL
F 1
F
2
3
4
5
6
7

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2
3
4
5
6

7
8

1
2
3
4
5
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rev. A 08/2011 Initial document release.

Hydel Overseas (Shanghai)


218, kangwu Road
Building No3
Nan Hui District, Shanghai
P.R.C. 201315

www.hydel.com

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