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Quick Reference Guide (FURUNO Products) for

Questionnaire of CIC by Paris MoU/Tokyo MoU on


Navigation Safety from September 1 to
November 30, 2017

August 2017
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Purpose of this document

This is just a quick reference guide for a preparation of CIC by Paris MOU and Tokyo MOU on Navigation
Safety from September 1 to November 30, 2017, showing a guide to answer each questionnaire for
FURUNO’s Navigation equipment in order to support captains and crews efficiently to proceed the
inspection without time-consuming, except the demonstration of familiarization of ECDIS operations.

Please note that we FURUNO are not liable for any direct or indirect loss resulting from failure of PSC
inspection.

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Questionnaire/Guide to answer Aug 2017
Questionnaire Guide to Answer
Is ship's navigation equipment in
accordance with its applicable safety
Q1 Show either SEC, PSSC or CSSC which you have on board.
certificate (SEC, PSSC, CSSC)?
(S74/CI/R12)
(1) Updated Charts on ECDIS
Show all the electronic charts for the intended voyage are updated

a) FMD-3xxx series (See Appendix 1)


Does the ECDIS have the appropriate Showing cell status
up-to-date electronic charts for the Go to [Cell Status] Menu, and a box showing issued date of charts appears.
Q2 intended voyage and is there a suitable
back-up arrangement? b) FEA-2xx7 series (See Appendix 2)
(S74/CV/R19.2) Showing cell status in SENC Conversion History Log.

(2) Back-up arrangement


Show your back up system (Ether ECDIS or Paper Chart)
Is there evidence that all watchkeeping
officers comply with STCW
Q3 Show your certificate of Generic Training
requirements for ECDIS?
(STCW/A-II/1)
Can watchkeeping officers
Q4 demonstrate familiarization with Prepare your Type-specific Training Certificate
ECDIS? (STCW/A-VIII/2)
Depending on the inspector’s request, there are several means to show “the data is recorded fully”:
 Show the latest test report of Annual Performance Test (APT)
 Show the Remote Alarm Panel (RAP). In the event that one of data items to be recorded is missing,
audible and visual alarm will be shown on the RAP.
Can ship’s VDR/SVDR record data  Show the data on the LivePlayer software (replay software) in order to show all the data to be recorded
Q5
fully? (S74/CV/R18) is processed properly in the VDR (Live Play function: See
 Appendix 3 for VR-7000,
 Appendix4 for VR-3000/3000S,
 Appendix 5 for VR-5000
 Show the recorded data by using the LivePlayer (Refer each manual)
BR-500
Is second and/or third stage remote See Section 1.8 of Operator’s Manual for Watch Alarm Sequence for further details. (See Appendix 6)
Q6 audible alarm of BNWAS recognized?
(S74/CV/R19.2.2) BR-1000
(See Appendix 7)
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Questionnaire Guide to Answer
Show MMSI/NAME/IMO NO./CALL SIGN/TYPE OF SHIP are registered properly.
Is the ship’s Automatic Identification FA-170: Go to [Own SHIP Information] by pressing [DISP] key, then choose [IDENTITY] Tab
Q7 System transmitting correct (See Appendix 8)
particulars? (S74/CV/R19.2.4) FA-150: Go to [INITIAL SETTINGS] menu (See Appendix 9)
FA-100: Go to [OWN DATA] menu (See Appendix 10)
Does the passage plan cover the whole
Q8 Show your planned route on the ECDIS
voyage? (S74/CV/R34,STCW/A-VIII/2)
Does all crew know and respect the
official working language as
Q9 Not related to FURUNO product
established and recorded in the ship's
logbook? (S74/CV/R14)
Is the crew familiar with the procedure
Q10 of emergency operation of steering Not related to FURUNO product
gear? (S74/CII-1/R29, S74/CV/R26)
Are the exhibition of navigation/signal
lights in accordance with the
Q11 requirements of COLREG72? Not related to FURUNO product
(COLREG72/CIII:
S74/CII-1/R42.2/R43.2)
Is the ship detained as a result of this
Q12 ------
CIC?

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Appendix 1
(FMD-3xxx
How to view status of chart cells

Choose [Cell Stauts]

The [Cell Status] dialog box shows the status of the chart cells stored in the system.
To show this dialog box, get into the Chart maintenance mode then click the [Cell Sta-
tus] button on the InstantAccess bar™.

• Type: Type of chart cell, ENC, C-MAP or ARCS.


• Chart Name: Chart name
• Data Server: The name of the data server where the chart was downloaded from.
• Edition/Issue Date: Edition no. and issued date of the chart cell.
• Update: Num/Date: No. and date of the update of the chart cell.
• Status:
• [up to date]: Cell is up-to-date.
• [not up to date]: Cell is not up-to-date.
• [not installed]: Cell is not installed.
• [withdrawn]: Cell has been canceled.
• [unknown]: Cell is not delivered as part of a data server service (ex. unencrypted
ENC).
• [broken]: Cell is corrupted.

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Appendix 1
Appendix 2
FEA-2xx7

Using SENC conversion history log


The system automatically records the results of all conversions into the conversion history log. You can view the
content of this log at any time by doing the following:

1. Spin the scrollwheel to display Menu/Info/Chart Menu in the mouse functions area then push the right mouse
button.

2. Choose SENC Convert from the menu then push the scrollwheel to show the SENC Convert window.

3. After conversion (Conversion list is empty), click the Conv. History button.
Note: You can also activate the Conv. History from the "Failed SENC conversions" window.

A list of converted charts appears. You can view the status of converted charts on the list, and also source if it is
available.

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Appendix 2
Appendix 3
VR-7000

LIVE PLAY
This software has a “Live Play” capability when the Live Player PC is connected to
the VDR with a LAN cable. The Live Player V5 allows monitoring all the data input to
the VDR in real time at a remote location. This is useful for checking the current
status of all devices connected to the VDR.

1 Wiring
Any PC in the network with the Live Player software can access the VDR. Also, two
PCs can communicate with the VDR since the VDR can distribute the Live Play data.
However, the operation via a router cannot be guaranteed.

To connect more than two PCs, consult with your dealer.

Ethernet

DATA port
J502

Note 1: After powering the DCU, the RAP shows “Starting” and the DCU shows “No
DCU connection” for approx. four minutes. Do not connect the Live Player V5 during
this period, to prevent fatal error.
Note 2: The DCU’s Fail Safe function may execute Process Restart, which could dis-
connect the Live Player V5 from the DCU. If this occurs, reconnect the Live Player V5.
Note 3: Do not connect any devices other than the VR-7000/7000S and the PC(s) w/
Live Player V5 to this network, to prevent malfunction of the VR-7000/7000S by un-
wanted packet transmission.

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Appendix 3
Appendix 3
VR-7000

2 How to Display Data


To start Live Player V5, simply select the source of data and click the [Start] button.

Note: When the driver install program is activated during “Live Play”, the audio volume
may get louder regardless of the setting on PC. In this case, reboot the Live Player V5.
1. Start the Live Player V5 software.
2. Open the [Tool] menu and select [Source Select].
3. Click the drop-down list and select [Live].
4. Click the [Connect] button.
Note: If one of the following messages appears, after clicking the [Connect] but-
ton, refer to the following table to rectify the error. If not rectified, contact your deal-
er.
Message Remedy
Live connect failed [over the num- The maximum number of the PC connected to the
ber of max connection] DCU is exceeded. Disconnect other PC from the
DCU.
The Live Player V5 program version is older than
the DCU program version. Use the Live Player V5
version 1.20.
[CONN] Connection error. Live (IP The wrong IP address is entered. Confirm the IP
address is shown) address of the DCU, then enter the correct IP ad-
dress.
The the DCU program version is older than Live
Player V5 program version. Use the Live Player
V5 version 1.10.

5. Click the [Start] button to play back data in real time.

Start button

To pause the live play, click the [Pause] button.

Pause button
Stop button
6. To stop playing back the data, click the [Stop] button.

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Appendix 3
Appendix 4
VR-3000/3000S

LIVE PLAY
This software has a "Live Play" capability when the Replay PC is connected to
the VDR via an Ethernet cable. The Live Player allows monitoring all the data
input to the VDR in real time at a remote location. This is useful for checking
the current status of all devices connected to the VDR.

1 Wiring
Any PC in the network installing this software can access the VDR. Also, two
PCs can communicate with the VDR since the VDR (VR-3000/3000S version
1.5x and 2.00 or higher) can distribute the Live Play data. However, the
operation via a router cannot be guaranteed.

Ethernet
VR-3000/3000S DCU

J14 (DATA)

Note1: After powering the DCU, the LED display on the RAP and DCU shows
“888” for approx. four minutes. Do not connect the Live Player during this
period, to prevent FATAL ERROR.

Note2: The DCU’s Fail Safe function may execute Process Restart, which could
disconnect the Live Player from the DCU. If this occurs, reconnect the
Live Player.

Note3: Do not connect any devices other than the VR-3000/S and the PCs in
which the Live Player V4 to this network, to prevent malfunction of the
VR-3000/S by unwanted packet transmission.

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Appendix 4
Appendix 4
VR-3000/3000S

2 How to Operate
To execute Live Player, simply select source of data and push the Start button.

Note: When the driver install program is activated during "Live Play", the audio
volume may get louder regardless of the setting on PC. In this case,
reboot the Live Player V4.

1. Start the Live Player V4 software.


2. Open the Tool menu and select Source Select.
3. Click the list box and select Live from the Source Select dialog box.
4. Click the Connect button.
5. Click the Start button to show real time data.
The data appears in the data window.

Start button

To pause the live play, click the Pause button.

Pause button

Stop button

6. To stop displaying the data, click the Stop button.

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Appendix 4
Appendix 5
VR-5000

LIVE PLAY
This software has a "Live Play" capability when the Replay PC is connected to
the VR-5000 main unit via an Ethernet cable. The Live Player allows monitoring
all the data input to the VR-5000 in real time at a remote location. This is useful
for checking the current status of all devices connected to the VR-5000.

1 Wiring
Any PC in the network installing this software can access the VR-5000. However,
only one PC can communicate with the VR-5000 since the VR-5000 doesn’t
distribute the Live Play data in multi-cast.

VR-5000 Main Unit

Ethernet

Connect to REMOTE1 or REMOTE2.

2 How to Operate
To execute Live Player, simply select source of data and push the Play button.

1. Start the Live Player software.


2. Click the Connect button on the tool bar.
3. Click the Live button in the Connect dialog box.

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Appendix 5
Appendix 5
VR-5000

Get Information button

Live button

4. If necessary, click the Get Information button.


Shortly thereafter, the VR-5000 information appears in the Connect dialog box as
follows.

Connect button
5. Click the Connect button.
After completion of connection with the VR-5000, the Connect dialog box
disappears.

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Appendix 5
Appendix 5
VR-5000

6. Click the Start Playing button to display real time data.

Stop Playing button Start Playing button

The data appears in the data window.


7. To stop displaying the data, click the Stop Playing button.
8. To disconnect the line, click the Disconnect button in the tool bar. The
confirmation message appears. Click the OK button to disconnect.

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Appendix 5
Appendix 6
BR-500

1 Mode
The BR-500 has three main modes of operation:

Manual OFF: The BNWAS is inactive. Use this mode when entering or just leaving
harbor. No reset is necessary. Default setting.
Manual ON: The BNWAS is active. Use this mode when the vessel is traveling on the
open sea. Reset is necessary to continue operation.
AUTO: The BNWAS is active or inactive according to the autopilot state. BNWAS is
ON when the autopilot is ON; OFF when the autopilot is OFF.

Note: Auto operating mode is not available for SOLAS vessels.

1. Press the MODE key. You are asked to enter the pass-
word. Enter the password. See the FURUNO service tech-
nician for the password.
2. Use the CursorPad to select a mode then press the ENT/
CALL key.

2 Dormant Period
The watch time interval can be selected from the Administrator Menu. Only the admin-
istrator of the system can access the Administrator Menu. See paragraph 4.10.1
menu for how to select the interval time.

3 Watch Alarm Sequence


The watch alarm checks for the presence of the OOW on the bridge. If equipment on
the bridge (Main Alarm Panel, Timer Reset Panel, Backup Navigator, Autopilot, or Mo-
tion Detector) is operated within the selected watch time interval, no alarm is given. If
no equipment is operated within the selected watch time interval, the system contin-
ues in the sequence shown below.

1. The watch alarm timer starts when the system is started. The length of the watch
time interval countdown timer bar (color is light-blue at this time) decreases as
time progresses. (The timer interval is set on the Administrator Menu, which is un-
der the control of the Administrator.)

Watch time interval


countdown timer
(light-blue in
dormant period)

If the equipment connected to the system is operated before the timer reaches ze-
ro, the timer countdown is restarted.

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Appendix 6
Appendix 6
BR-500

2. If the equipment connected to the system is not operated within the watch time
interval, the PREWARNING phase begins:

• Main Alarm Panel shows a 15-second visual alarm (in yellow)


• Timer Reset Panel flashes its ALARM LED for 15 seconds
• Flash Beacon flashes
3. If the equipment connected to the system is not operated during the PREWARN-
ING, the 1st stage visual and audible alarms begin.

• Main Alarm Panel releases a 15-second visual (in red) and audible alarms
• Timer Reset Panel flashes its ALARM LED for 15 seconds and sounds its buzzer
for 15 seconds
• Flash Beacon flashes
4. If the equipment connected to the system is not operated within 15 seconds, the
2nd stage visual and audible alarms begin.

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Appendix 6
Appendix 6
BR-500

• Main Alarm Panel shows a 90-180-second visual alarm (in red) and sounds its
buzzer for 90-180 seconds
• Timer Reset Panel flashes its ALARM LED for 90-180 seconds and sounds its
buzzer for 90-180 seconds
• Cabin Panel:
• Captain selected as a backup officer: ALARM LED lights and buzzer sounds,
90-180 seconds each
• Backup officer (selected on BNWAS display): ALARM LED lights and buzzer
sounds, 90-180 seconds each
• Other backup officer: No action
• Public cabin: ALARM LED lights and buzzer sounds, 90-180 seconds each
• Flash Beacon flashes or is OFF (depending on DIP SW setting)
Note: The alarm cannot be stopped from a Timer Reset Panel at this point.
5. If, within the 2nd stage watch interval (90-180 seconds), the equipment connected
to the system is not operated or the OOW does not press the RESET key, the 3rd
stage visual and audible alarms begin.

• Main Alarm Panel continuously displays a visual alarm (in red) and sounds its
buzzer until reset occurs
• Timer Reset Panel continuously flashes its ALARM LED and sounds its buzzer
until reset occurs
• All Cabin Panels continuously light their ALARM LEDs and sound their buzzers
until reset occurs
• Flash Beacon flashes or is OFF (depending on DIP SW setting)
6. At the 2nd and 3rd stages, stop the buzzer and acknowledge the alarm with the
RESET key on the Main Alarm Panel.

Equipment and visual alarm, LED, buzzer


LED Dorman Pre- 1st 2nd 3rd
Equipment State
color t Period warning stage stage*2 stage
Main Alarm Visual alarm None Yes Yes Yes Yes
Panel BR-510 Buzzer None None Yes Yes Yes
Timer Reset RESET LED Green Lit Lit Lit Lit Lit
Panel BR-530/ ALARM LED Yellow OFF Flashing Flashing Flashing Flashing
550 Buzzer None None Yes Yes Yes
Cabin Panel: DUTY LED Green Lit*3 Lit*3 Lit*3 Lit*3 Lit*3
BR-540 Cap- ALARM LED Red OFF OFF OFF Lit
Lit*3
tain*1
Buzzer None None None Yes*3 Yes

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Appendix 6
Appendix 6
BR-500

LED Dorman Pre- 1st 2nd 3rd


Equipment State
color t Period warning stage stage*2 stage
Cabin Panel DUTY LED Green Lit Lit Lit Lit Lit
BR-540: Back- ALARM LED Red OFF OFF OFF Lit Lit
up officer*5 Buzzer None None None Yes Yes
Cabin Panel DUTY LED Green OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
BR-540: other ALARM LED Red OFF OFF OFF OFF Lit
officers Buzzer None None None None Yes
Cabin Panel DUTY LED Green OFF*6 OFF*6 OFF*6 OFF*6 OFF*6
BR-540: public ALARM LED Red OFF OFF OFF Lit
cabin OFF*6
Buzzer None None None None*6 Yes
Flash Beacon LED Yellow OFF Flashing Flashing Flashing*4 Flashing*4
BR-570

*1 Captain selected as backup officer on Administrator menu.


*2 Output if [2nd Stage] is set to ON in Administrator menu.
*3 [Captain Backup] set to ON in Administrator menu.
*4 According to DIP SW setting in Processor Unit; SW ON: OFF, SW OFF: Flashes.
*5 Officer selected as a backup officer.
*6 According to DIP SW setting in Processor Unit;
SW ON: Sending alarm at 2nd stage.
SW OFF: Not sending alarm at 2nd stage.

- TIMER RESET
- OPERATOR FITNESS
- ACKNOWLEDGE
- MOTION DETECTION
If none of the above is done

Alarm forwarded
30 s after specified Alarm
Timer starts interval elapses
* LED flashing at Main Alarm Panel, acknowledged
1st
Prewarning stage Timer Reset Panel, light flashing Timer
MAIN ALARM PANEL on Flash Beacon restarts
Visual alarm*
TIMER RESET PANEL Visual alarm* + Audible Visual alarm* + Audible alarm
alarm
(incl. watertight type)
15 s 15 s No acknowledgment
Dormant Period Alarm forwarded
Specified interval
Variable (3-12 min) 2nd stage

CABIN PANEL Visual alarm (lighting) Visual alarm (lighting)


in back-up navigation + Audible alarm + Audible alarm
officer quarters
Variable (90-180 s)
3rd stage

CABIN PANEL in other Visual alarm (lighting)


navigation officers quarters + Audible alarm
and all public areas

Watch alarm sequence

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Appendix 6
Appendix 7
BR-1000

External equipment
generates an alarm No acknowledgment Alarm Reason
Alarm forwarded acknowledged removed
1st stage *Red flashing at Bridge Panel, Timer Reset Panel

BRIDGE PANEL Visual alarm* +


TIMER RESET PANEL Visual alarm* + Audible alarm Pending
Audible alarm
(incl. watertight type)
No acknowledgment
30 s Alarm forwarded
2nd stage
Back-up navigation officer quarters
and all public areas
Visual alarm (lighting) Visual alarm (lighting)
CABIN PANEL + Audible alarm + Audible alarm

Variable (90-180 s)
3rd stage

CABIN PANEL in all


navigation officers quarters Visual alarm (lighting)
(The CABIN PANELS in all public areas + Audible alarm
continue the alarm.)

Bridge alarm sequence

Watch Alarm
The main purpose of the watch alarm is to monitor bridge activity on the ship that uses
a “one-man bridge”. The system looks for the operation of equipment within the select-
ed time interval (3-12 minutes). The OOW validates operator fitness on the bridge with
the WATCH/RESET button on the Timer Reset Panel or any operation on the Bridge
Panel. The system also acknowledges the presence of the OOW if some equipment
connected to the BR-1000 (radar, ECDIS, etc.) is operated. The watch alarm has four
stages, one a prewarning stage.
• Prewarning: If the OOW does not validate operator fitness within the selected time
interval, a lamp on the Bridge Panel flashes (in red) and a lamp on the Timer Reset
Panel flashes (in yellow) for 15 seconds.
• 1st stage: If the OOW does not validate operator fitness in the prewarning stage,
the lamps flash an additional 15 seconds and a 15-second audible alarm sounds.
• 2nd stage: If the OOW does not validate operator fitness at the 1st stage, the alarm
is sent to the Cabin Panel in the living quarters of the selected back-up officer and
all the Cabin Panels fitted in public areas. These Cabin Panels give visual (illumi-
nated lamp) and audible (buzzer) alarms.
• 3rd stage: If the OOW does not validate operator fitness within the selected time
interval (90-180 s), the Cabin Panel in the living quarters of all navigation officers
and all the Cabin Panels fitted in public areas give audible and visual alarms (illumi-
nated lamp).

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Appendix 7
Appendix 7
BR-1000

The OOW stops the audible alarm and acknowledges the alarm. Then, audible and
visual alarms at the Bridge Panel, Cabin Panels and Timer Reset Panel are removed
and the watch safety timer is reset.

The BR-1000 complies with IMO regulations. This means that the alarm is given for
30 seconds AFTER selected time interval elapses for the 15-second visual alarm
(flashing) and the15-second visual (flashing) and audible (buzzer) alarms at the 1st
stage.

- TIMER RESET
- OPERATOR FITNESS
- ACKNOWLEDGE
If none of the above is done

Alarm forwarded
30 s after specified Alarm
Timer starts interval elapses
acknowledged
1st * Red flashing at Bridge Panel,
Prewarning stage yellow flashing at Timer Reset Panel Timer
BRIDGE PANEL starts
Visual alarm*
TIMER RESET PANEL Visual alarm* + Audible Visual alarm* + Audible alarm
alarm
(incl. watertight type)
15 s 15 s No acknowledgment
Specified interval Alarm forwarded
Variable (3-12 min)
2nd stage

Back-up navigation officer quarters Visual alarm (lighting) Visual alarm (lighting)
and all public areas + Audible alarm + Audible alarm
CABIN PANEL
Variable (90-180 s)
3rd stage

CABIN PANEL in all Visual alarm (lighting)


navigation officers quarters + Audible alarm
(The CABIN PANELS in all public areas
continue the alarm.)

Watch alarm sequence

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Appendix 7
Appendix 8
FA-170

How to Select a Display


Use the DISP key to select a display. Each time the key is pressed, the display chang-
es in the sequence shown below.

Plotter display
TYPE A CLASS A
B MMSI 123123123
POSN 34º 31.1234´N
135º 24.5678´E
HDG 130º
SOG 10.0kn COG 135º
RNG 3 .0NM BRG 225º
CPA 2 .0NM 20'00"
: CURSOR ENT : FUNC : RANGE DISP : NEXT

Dangerous target1-8
list(201)
DANGEROUS LIST 12:32:01
NAME/MMSI/TYPE CPA[NM] TCPA AGE[ ‘ ]
Alert list A Target list
ALERT B
TARGET
SAMPLE SHIP_002LIST 312:32:01
.3 -10’00” 1-8 0 (334)
SAMPLE SHIP_003 3 .4 -10’00” 0
LIST : 6 LOG : 20 NAME/MMSI/TYPE RNG[NM] BRG[ º ] AGE[ ‘ ]
SAMPLE SHIP_004 3 .5 -15’00” 0
TIME [UTC] ALERT 01 /06 A
SAMPLE SHIP_001 3 .3 180.0 0
B BS:123456789
B
3 .6 -20’30”
30/ JAN 17:20 TX MALFUNCTION SAMPLE SHIP_002 3 .3 095.0 0
SAMPLE SHIP_005 3 .7 -25’30” 0
29/ JAN 17:50 ANTENNA VSWR EXCEEDS LIMIT SAMPLE SHIP_003 3 .3 182.0 0
SAR {SAR/VESSEL} 3 .8 -10’00” 0
28/ JAN 08:20 RX CHANNEL 1 MALFUNCTION B BS:123456789 3 .3 056.0 0
{SART ACTIVE} 3 .9 -15’00” 0
27/ JAN 12:35 RX CHANNEL 2 MALFUNCTION A SAMPLE SHIP_005 3 .3 084.0 0
SAMPLE SHIP_008 3 .1 -20’00” 0
26/ JAN 03:45 GENERAL FAILURE SAR {SAR/VESSEL} 3 .3 039.0 0
: CURSOR ENT : FUNC
{SART ACTIVE} : PAGE 3 .3 DISP : 045.0
NEXT 0
25/ JAN 09:36 ACTIVE AIS-SART
A
ID:001 : TX MALFUNCTION SAMPLE SHIP_008 3 .3 054.0 0
: CURSOR : TAB DISP : NEXT : CURSOR ENT : FUNC : PAGE DISP : NEXT

Note: The last displayed list is shown.

Own (ship) information


OWN INFORMATION
SENSOR VOYAGE IDENTITY SCALE
UTC 12/NOV/2014 17 :20 :00 EXTERNAL
2 DGPS

POSN 34 º 44 .5000 ´N PA HIGH


135 º 21.3000 ´E RAIM UNUSED
ROT 108 . 7 º/min ( ) HDG 130º
SOG 10 .0 kn COG 135 .0º
: TAB DISP : NEXT

The [DANGEROUS LIST] and [TARGET LIST] are displayed dependent on which list
was last displayed. For example, if the [DANGEROUS LIST] is viewed at any time, the
[TARGET LIST] is hidden in the above cycle and can only be viewed by sorting the
[DANGEROUS LIST]. See section 1.8.2 for details.

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Appendix 8
Appendix 8
FA-170

IDENTITY tab
The IDENTITY tab is only displayed for CLASS A, CLASS B, SAR VESSEL, SAR AIR-
CAFT and AtoN target types.

Contents Description
CALL SIGN Target’s call sign. Not displayed for AtoN target types.
IMO NO. Target’s International Maritime Organization registration number.
TYPE OF SHIP Target’s ship type. Displayed only for CLASS A and CLASS B target types.
REAL AtoN Displayed as "YES" for physical aids to navigation, "NO" for virtual aids to nav-
igation. Displayed only for AtoN target types.
TYPE OF AtoN The type of aids to navigation. Displayed only for AtoN target types.
VENDER ID Target’s AIS maker's ID. Displayed only for CLASS B target types.
SCALE tab
The SCALE tab is only displayed for SAR VESSEL, SAR AIRCRAFT and AtoN target
types.

Contents Description
SHIP SIZE(LENGTH, BEAM) Target’s ship size (length, beam). Displayed for all above target
types.
ANT POSN(X,Y) Position of target’s antenna. Displayed for all above target types.
DRAUGHT Target ship’s draught. Displayed only for CLASS A target types.
PI Off-position indicator. Displayed only for AtoN target types.
QUALITY tab
The QUALITY tab is displayed for all target types.

Contents Description
PA Position Accuracy for target ship. (HIGH: High accuracy, LOW: Low accuracy.)
RAIM Target’s RAIM status. (USED: Using RAIM, UNUSED: Not using RAIM.).
TIME STAMP Time at which the target was last detected. Not displayed for AIS base stations.
POSN Target’s position quality. Possible position qualities are shown in the list below:
QUALITY Quality indication Meaning
[NO POSITION] Position data not available.
[MANUAL POSITION] Position data is input manually.
[DEAD RECKONING POSITION] Position calculated by dead reckoning.
[OUTDATED POSITION > 200 M] More than 200 m from last estimated posi-
tion.
[POSITION > 10 M] Difference of more than 10 m from last es-
timated position.
[POSITION WITH RAIM > 10 M] Difference of more than 10 m from last es-
timated position.
[POSITION < 10 M] Difference of less than 10 m from last esti-
mated position.
[POSITION WITH RAIM < 10 M] Difference of less than 10 m from last esti-
mated position.
[VALID POSN WITH NO TIME No time stamp available.
STAMP]

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Appendix 8
Appendix 8
FA-170

Own ship data


The [OWN INFORMATION] display shows your ship’s data across four tabs. The in-
formation displayed is shown in the figure below. This data should be checked once
per voyage or once per month, whichever is shorter. Data may be changed only on
the authority of the master.

The Officer of the Watch should periodically check position, SOG and sensor informa-
tion for quality.

OWN INFORMATION OWN INFORMATION


SENSOR VOYAGE IDENTITY SCALE SENSOR VOYAGE IDENTITY SCALE
12/NOV/2014 17 :20 :00 EXTERNAL
UTC
2 DGPS
NAV STATUS 12 PWR-DRIVEN VESSEL PUSHING
AHEAD OR TOWING ALONGSIDE
POSN 34 º 44 .5000 ´N PA HIGH
135 º 21.3000 ´E
DESTINATION KOBE
RAIM UNUSED ETA (UTC) 10/MAY 10:51
ROT 108 . 7 º/min ( ) HDG 130 .0º NO. OF PERSONS 1850
SOG 10 .0 kn COG 135 .0º
: TAB DISP : NEXT : TAB DISP : NEXT

SENSOR tab VOYAGE tab


Press ► or ◄ to cycle
through the tabs.
OWN INFORMATION OWN INFORMATION
SENSOR VOYAGE IDENTITY SCALE SENSOR VOYAGE IDENTITY SCALE
SHIP SIZE LENGTH BEAM Y MMSI 291 740 917
120m 60m NAME FURUNOMARU
ANT POSN Y X 2
IMO NO. 0123456789
1 INTERNAL
60m 0m 1
CALL SIGN @SEVEN@
2 EXTERNAL
80m 15m TYPE OF SHIP 24 WIG
0 ARRYING DG, HS, OR, MP(OS)
DRAUGHT 12 .3m X
: TAB DISP : NEXT : TAB DISP : NEXT

SCALE tab IDENTITY tab

The table below list each tab’s contents along with a brief description.

Tab Item Description


[SENSOR] [UTC], [LT] Date and time.
[UTC]: Universal Time, Coordinated.
[LT]: Local time.
Note: For more information on these indica-
tions, see section 1.15.
[POSN] OS (Own Ship) position.
[ROT] Rate of Turn.
[SOG] Speed Over Ground.
[PA] Positioning accuracy.
[RAIM] RAIM status.
[USED]: RAIM is currently in use.
[UNUSED]: RAIM is not currently in use.
[HDG] Heading.
[COG] Course Over Ground.
GPS status GPS currently in use.
[VOYAGE] [NAV STATUS] Current navigational status.
[DESTINATION] Current destination.
[ETA [UTC]], [ETA [LT]] Estimate Time of Arrival (ETA) at the desti-
nation.
[NO. OF PERSONS] Number of people aboard your vessel.

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1 Viewing Initial Settings


The [INITIAL SETTINGS] menu, which is locked with a password, is where the install-
er enters ship’s MMSI, internal and external antenna positions, ship type and I/O port
settings. You can view the settings on this menu as follows.

1. Press the MENU to open the menu.


2. Select [INITIAL SETTINGS] then press the ENT key.
3. Press the ENT key twice.
4. Select item to view then press the ENT key.

[VIEW MMSI]
MMSI : 999999999
NAME : FURUNO

CALL SIGN: FQC3544


IMO NO. : 009999999

QUIT [MENU]

[VIEW INT ANT POSN]

A: 45m
A B: 15m
C: 8m
B
[INITIAL SETTINGS] D: 7m
C D
VIEW MMSI
VIEW INT ANT POSN QUIT[MENU]
VIEW EXT ANT POSN
VIEW SHIP TYPE
[VIEW EXT ANT POSN]
VIEW I/O PORT
VIEW LR CH
QUIT [MENU] A: 45m
A B: 15m
C: 8m
B
D: 7m
C D
QUIT[MENU]

[VIEW SHIP TYPE]


TYPE NO.: 0
***TYPE DETAIL*****
NOT AVAILABLE

QUIT [MENU]

[VIEW I/O PORT]


VIEW COM PORT
VIEW PC PORT
VIEW LAN PORT*1
VIEW PRIORITY
[VIEW LR CH]*3 VIEW QUALITY*2
LONG RANGE CH
FOR MSG 27
CH-C : 1075 QUIT [MENU]
CH-D : 1076
Choose port to view and
press the [ENT] key.
QUIT [MENU] *1 Shown when optional LAN kit is installed.
*2 Shown with Inland AIS.
*3 Shown depending on equipment specifications.

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2 Own Ship’s Information


The OWN DATA menu (Menu #3) shows your ship's information and status (set
on the INIT SETTING menu) and navigation data.

Own static data


The OWN STATIC DATA display shows your ship’s static data, which includes
MMSI, call sign and name, IMO number, length and beam, type of ship and
location of position fixing antenna. This data should be checked once per
voyage or once per month whichever is shorter. Data may be changed only on
the authority of the master.

1. Press the [MENU] key to show the menu.


2. Press the [3] key to open the OWN DATA sub-menu.

[OWN DATA]
1 OWN STATIC DATA
2 OWN DYNAMIC DATA
3 ALARM STATUS
4 SENSOR STATUS
5 INTERNAL GPS

.
OWN DATA sub-menu
3. Press the [1] key to choose OWN STATIC DATA.
4. Use the [▼] or [▲] key to view other pages.
5. Press the [MENU] key twice to return to the main menu.

See the illustration on the next page for own static data examples.

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[OWN STATIC DATA1]


NAME : XXXX Name

C. SIGN: CAL0001 Call sign


MMSI : 123456789 MMSI no.
IMO : 623498071 IMO no.

[ ] [ ]

[OWN STATIC DATA2]


DESTINATION: Destination
TOKYO

DATE : 12/DEC Estimated date of arrival


TIME : 10:25 Estimated time of arrival

[ ] [ ]

[OWN STATIC DATA3]


DTE : DEFAULT Data terminal equipment status
DRAUGHT: 12.1 m Draught
NAV STATUS: 00 Navigation status no.
STATUS NAME Navigation status description
UNDER WAY USING
ENGINE (DEFAULT)

[ ] [ ]

[OWN STATIC DATA4]


CPA : 1.50 nm CPA (preset value)
TCPA : 10 min TCPA (preset value)
ANT POS INT. EXT. IN: Internal GPS, OUT: External GPS
LENGTH A : 75 m 77 m Distance from bow to GPS antenna position
LENGTH B : 20 m 18 m Distance from stern to GPS antenna position
LENGTH C : 15 m 18 m Distance from port to GPS antenna position
LENGTH D : 15 m 12 m Distance from starboard to GPS antenna position

[ ] [ ]

[OWN STATIC DATA5]


CREW : 12 Number of crew
TYPE : 36 CLASS : A Ship type, class
TYPE NAME
SAILING Ship type description

OWN STATIC DATA displays

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