SERVICE MANUAL

STRMODEL STR-6000A

1. INITIAL SETTING
1-1 POWER PART TYPES

OUTPUT VOLTAGE IS 13.6V. CURRENT SHOULD BE OVER 7A.

POWER TYPES SP-580AD SP-6000AD SP-670DC

INPUT POWER AC 110V / 220V DC 24V DC 24V POWER CABLE

OUTPUT POWER

DC 13.6V 7A

DC 1.6V 7A

1. WHTIE ( + ) DC 13.6V 2. BLACK ( - )

4. NC (BK) 3. NC (BK)

1-2. GPS DATA INPUT NMEA0183 TRANSMITTING SPEED IS 4800BPS. LATITUDE, LONGITUDE, TIME ARE USED. ALRAMS ARE CREATED, WHEN POSITION DATA ARE NOT RECEIVED, OR POSITION INFORMATION PASS OVER 4 HOURS IN CASE OF MANUAL INPUT. POSITION INFORMATION, WHICH HAVE NOT BEEN RENEWED OVER 23 HOURS, ARE DELETED. IF GPS DATA ARE NOT INPUT FOR MORE THAN I MINUTE, ALARMS ARE CREATED. IF GPS DATA ARE INPUT AGAIN, ALRARMS ARE STOPPED.

(NMEA0183 INPUT FORMAT & TYPES) $GPGGA,065501,3506.3023,N,12905.6429,E,1,07,001.3,00005,M,0000,M,,*41 $GPGGA,032007,3505.10,N,12902.47,E,1,00,1,0,M,,M,, $GPGGA,044610.00,3505.2139,N,12904.2867,E,1,06,05.4,,M,,M,,*63

$GPRMC,123456,A,3505.00,N,12902.00,E,1.0,0.0,221199,0.0,E*00 $GPRMC,123456,A,3505.0000,N,12902.0000,E,1.0,0.0,221199,0.0,E*00 $GPRMC,044610.00,A,3505.2139,N,12904.2867,E,00.2,229.1,180702,,*0D

$GPGLL,3504.2892,N,12900.2503,E,024950.00,V*14 $GPGLL,3505.09,N,12902.45,E*PCL

$GPZDA,025220.00,17,04,1999,00,00*6B $GPZDA,050048,13,09,1998,+00 GPS DATA CABLE (RCA) CENTER -> NMEA ( + ) OUTER -> NMEA ( - )

1-3. SPEAKER SPEAKER MODEL SS-6000 8Ω 7W IS USED. SPEAKER JACK(3.5mm) (+) (-)

MIKE .BODY SPEAKER OUTPUT CONNECTOR 1-4.

CONDENSOR MARK WAS USED.) . MIC CABLE FUNCTION CN3 1 2 CN6 1 2 3 4 5 KEYM MPTT GND GND N/C+ MIC ( + ) MIC ( . THIS IS AUTOMATICALLY RETURNED TO 16 CHANNELS. IF CABLES OF MIKE HANGERS ARE LINKED TO THE BODY GND TERMINAL.

CONNECTOR PL259 IS USED.425MHz) IS USED.CN6 PTT CN3 MIC 1-5. GND 1-6. DATA TX 3. LINKING CONNECTOR NAME . 1-7. ANTENNA 50Ω SHOT TYPE 3dB ANTENNA (156. E-TXD DATA TX 5. PRINTER POWER IS SUPPLIED SEPARATELY. DATA RX 5.025MHz ~ 157. PRINTER CABLE STR-6000 15P 2. E-RXD DATA RX 3. GND GND PRINTER 9P 2. PRINTER 4800BPS ARE USED SERIALLY.

H/L ENT SETUP. 8. 2-3. 2-2. 0 TEST 9 CAN WXY MMSI. ON INPUT USER MMSI SELECT USING *-/ ~ KEYS. . ON DSC SETUP. H/L ENT SELECT. BY THE SAME PROCESS AS 1-3.POWER GPS IN SPEAKER TX / RX ANT DSC ANT 2. ON MENU ITEM SELECT USING KEY. 2-4. 2-1. MMSI INPUT PROCESS IF YOU PRESS KEY LONG. USER MMSI . INPUT SAME ID ONCE AGAIN. MMSI.DSC SET . MENU ITEM SELECT SCREEN COMES OUT. ON REPEAT USER MMSI.

BY THE SAME PROCESS MMSI. H/L ENT SELECT. THEN MENU ITEM SELECT COMES OUT. MMSI. ON RECEIVED USER MMSI . 3-2. GPS ALERT ON/OFF PRESS KEY LONG. ON RECEIVED USER MMSI.GPS FUNCTION SET 4-2. 3-1. SELECT. 4-1. H/L ENT MMSI. SETUP. USING H/L ENT KEY. H/L ENT SET. H/L ENT SELECT. ON REPEAT USER MMSI. ALERT 4. 3-3. IF YOU STROE?. ON GPS FUNCTION SET . AS 3-4. ON DSC SETUP.H/L ENT 2-5. USING *-/ ~ KEYS. INPUT SAME ID ONCE AGAIN. ON/OFF. 8. MMSI REVISING INPUT PROCESS PRESS KEY LONG. 8. PRESS . ON MENU ITEM SELECT. ON INPUT USER MMSI . . 8. STROE?. ON MENU ITEM SELECT. 0 TEST 9 CAN WXY 3-4. USING KEY. 3-6. MMSI ID IS INPUT. IF YOU STROE?. THEN MENU ITEM SELECT SCREEN COMES OUT. USING KEY.DSC SET .USER MMSI MMSI. GPS ALERT ON/OFF. 3. 3-5. MMSI ID IS INPUT. ON USER MMSI.

ON HIDDEN MENU SELECT. ANTENNA SWR CHECK OFF METHOD 6-1. 5-1. H/L ENT SELECT. CLEAR ALL ALL. 5-3. USING KEY. H/L ENT ALL.H/L ENT ON/OFF. ON 9. YES?. VDR SETTING ON. PRESS H/L ENT + KEYS AT THE SAME TIME. ALL CLEAR METHOD ON. ON. 7. THEN MENU ITEM SELECT SCREEN COMES OUT.ANTENNA CHECK – USE ANTENNA WARNING? YES > NO (NO ANTENNA CHECK) KEYS. 5. 7-2. H/L ENT H/L ENT SET 6-2. ON HIDDEN MENU SELECT. ON. ON CLEAR ALL. MODE CHANGE . 7-1. ANTENNA CHECK. SELECT. ON GPS ALERT ON/OFF. IN POWER ON. CHANGE.RADIO SET. PRESS + KEYS AT THE SAME TIME. USING -. YES? 6. PRESS KEY LONG. 5-2. IN POWER ON. CHECK. 4-2. USING KEY.

RADIO SET. H/L ENT > VDR MODE ON SETTING VDR MODE OFF VDR CABLE 15P 14. .7-3. CHANGE USE REMOTE IN MENU TO UNUSE REMOTE H/L ENT H/L ENT AFTER CHECKING USE REMOTE 4800/2400BPS H/L ENT -> UNUSE REMOTE. IF UNUSE REMOTE IS IN MENU. VDR ( + ) 15. FINISH BY . USING H/L ENT KEY. REMOTE. PRESS H/L ENT 7-5.) REMOTE. (SET UP FROM 7-5. 9.) ESCAPE BY . 7-6. VDR ON/OFF -> SET VDR MODE? . VDR ( . VDR SETTING IS DONE. PRESS KEY LONG.) VDR ( + ) VDR ( . 7-4.

8-1. 8-3. IF 'UNUSE REMOTE' IS IN MENU. CHANGE SETTING TO 'USE REMOTE (4800BPS)'. IN POWER ON. PRIVATE 9. CHANGE. ESCAPE. VDR SETTING IS DONE. CHANGE SETTING TO USE 4. NORAMAL MODE. ESCAPE. VDR SETTING IS DONE. (4800BPS). 8-4. CHECK UNUSE REMOTE USE REMOTE 4800BPS SETTING.8. H/L ENT SELECT. ON 'HIDDEN MENU SELECT' SCREEN.ON HIDDEN MENU SELECT. MODE. 8-2. PRESS + KEYS AT THE SAME TIME. AFTER LOCATING CURSOR AT NORAMAL MODE. PRIVATE CHANNEL SETTING . 8-2. DO 'MODE CHANGE'. 8-3. WHEN SET UP USE REMOTE (4800BPS) IN MENU. IF USE REMOTE (4800BPS) IS SET IN MENU. REMOTE SETTING ON. USING . MODE CHANGE . ESCAPE BY 8-4. ESCAPE BY AFTER LOCATING CUSSOR AT . REMOTE (4800BPS) H/L ENT H/L ENT CHECK UNUSE REMOTE USE REMOTE 4800BPS SETTING.IF UNUSE REMOTE IS IN MENU.

9-1. H/L ENT 9-2. 10. V-894 WATCH KEEPER RECEIVER . NUMBER OF DIGITS ON LCD SCREEN IS CHANGED TO 3. IN POWER ON.H/L ENT ON. CANCELLATION. FROM CHANNEL 16 -> 016. PRESS + KEYS AT THE SAME TIME. PRESS + KEYS AT THE SAME TIME.V10-1. INTERIOR PHOTOS 10.

V-896 TRANSCEIVER .1010-2.

1010-2. V-895 CUP .

ORGANIZED AS A PAIR. D2-D5 ARE CONTROLLED BY TRANSISTOR. C102-C104. IS MIXED WITH VOC SIGNAL AT THE 1ST MIXED CIRCUIT(Q5) IN ORDER TO CREATE THE 1-1F SIGNAL OF 21. WHICH REMOVE SIGNALS OUT OF BAND. THE 1ST MIXER CIRCUIT & THE 1ST MIDDLE FREQUENCY CIRCUIT THE 1ST MIXER CIRCUIT CHANGES RECEIVED SIGNAL TO THE FIXED FREQUENCY OF THE 1-1F SIGNAL.11.1-IF SIGNAL IS APPLIED TO THE CRYSTAL FILTER(FL1. IN ORDER TO ORGANIZE THE ROUTE OF BAND PASS FILTER. . (D7. C105) RF CIRCUIT RF CIRCUIT AMPLIFIES SIGNALS WITHIN DESIRED FREQUENCY RANGE. DESIRED FREQUENCY. THE SIGNAL. THE SIGNAL IS APPLIED TO THE 1ST MIXER CIRCUIT. THEN. RECEIVING SIGNAL IS INPUT TO MAIN UNIT THROUGH ANTENNA CONNECTOR & LOW-PASS FILTER (L12. REMOVE SIGNALS OUF OF BAND. DELIVERED FROM RF CIRCUIT. THEN. L9. ORGANIZED AS A PAIR AT THE NEXT STEP OF THE MIXER. AMPLIFIED BY Q4. DERIVED FROM CHANGING THE 1ST LO FREQUENCY. CIRCUIT EXPLANATION RX ANTENNA CHANGEOVER CIRCUIT ANTENNA CHANGEOVER CIRCUIT'S FUNCTION IS A LOW-PASS FILTER IN RECEIVING. CIRCUIT PROTECTS TRANSMITTING SIGNALS FROM BEING INPUT TO RECEIVING CIRCUIT. IS APPLIED TO 2 STEP COMMUTATOR TYPE BAND PASS FILTER (D4-D5-L5-L6-C45-C47C46-C52) IN ORDER TO REMOVE UNNECESSARY SIGNAL & IMPROVE THE SELECTION. ACCORDING TO THE CALCULATION FROM CPU. C72.7MHz. TOGETHER WITH THE 1ST LO (VCO OUTPUT) FREQUENCY. FL 2). RECEIVING SIGNAL VIA ANTENNA CHANGEOVER CIRCUIT IS APPLIED TO RF AMPLIFIED CIRCUIT (Q4) THROUGH 2 STEP COMMUTATOR TYPE BAND PASS FILTER (D2-D3-L3-L4-C40-C42-C41-C44). C97). L13. WILL BE DELIVERED TO THE CRYSTAL FILTER. IT IS AMPLIFIED AT IF AMP (Q6). TUNING CIRCUIT IN TRANSMITTING. INPUT SIGNAL IS APPLIED TO RF CIRCUIT VIA THE NEXT ANTENNA CHANGEOVER CIRCUIT. SIGNAL. AMPLIFIED SIGNAL IS APPLIED TO THE 2ND MIXED CIRCUIT (U2).

A PART OF AF SIGNAL FROM FM IF IC (U2. DEMODULATED FROM U2 (PIN 9) IS APPLIED TO AF CIRCUIT. THE SIGNAL. SQUELCH CIRCUIT CHANGES AF MUTE SWITCH.25MHz (FOR CREATING THE 2ND IF SIGNAL OF 450 KHz IS CREATED AND MIXED FROM STANDARD OSCILLATOR (X2. AFTER PASSING SQUELCH ADJUSTER (VR1). THE 1-1F SIGNAL FROM Q6 IS APPLIED TO THE 2ND MIXER OF U2 (PIN 16).THE 2ND MIDDLE FREQUENCY & DEMODULATOR CIRCUIT THE 2ND MIXED CIRCUIT TRANSLATES THE 1-IF SIGNAL TO THE 2-IF SIGNAL. WHICH REMOVES UNNECESSARY SIGNALS. C50). IT USES CERAMIC DISCRIMINATOR(X1) NONE ADJUSTING CIRCUIT IN ORDER TO GAIN PHASE DELAY. DE-AMPHASIS CIRCUIT IS A UNITED CIRCUIT. AF AMPLIFYING CIRCUIT AF AMPLIFYING CIRCUIT AMPLIFIES DEMODULATED SIGNAL TO OPERATE SPEAKER. AND THE 2ND LO SIGNAL OF 21. PIN 9) IS APPLIED TO ACTIVE FILTER (U2. Q10). Q25). AF CIRCUIT INCLUDES AF MUTE CIRCUIT FOR SQUELCH. SQUELCH CIRCUIT SQUELCH CIRCUIT CUTS AF SIGNAL. FILTERED SIGNAL IS APPLIED TO THE AF POWER AMPLIFIER (U6. PIN 8). IT REMOVES UNNECESSARY LOW BAND NOISE SIGNAL BY HIGH PASS FILTER Q7 FUNCTION. QUADRATURE DEMODULATOR AND NOISE DETECTOR CIRCUIT. OUTPUT FROM U6(PIN 4) OPERATES INNER(OUTER) SPEAKER. PIN 1) OF THE NEXT STEP VIA [VOLUME]. AF SIGNAL FROM U2 (PIN 9) IS APPLIED TO DE-AMPHASIS CIRCUIT (R20. LIMITER AMPLIFIER. IT IS APPLIED TO THE 2-1F (LIMITER) AMPLIFIER AT U2 (PIN 5). OF WHICH FREQUENCY IS 6dB/OCTAVE. ACTIVE FILTER . REMOVES HIGH BAND NOISE SIGNAL BY LOW PASS FILTER Q10 FUNCTION. THE 2-1F SIGNAL FROM U2 (PIN 3) IS DELIVERED BY CERAMIC FILTER (FL3). FM DEMODULATOR CIRCUIT USES QUADRATURE DEMODULATION METHOD (BEELINE PHASE DETECT). ETC. THEN. BY DETECTING NOISE COMPONENT FROM AF SIGNAL. THE 2ND MIXER. WHEN NO RF SIGNAL IS RECEIVED. SIGNAL. THIS SIGNAL IS APPLIED TO FM DEMODULATOR OF US IN ORDER TO DEMODULATE TO AF SIGNAL. DOUBLE SUPER HETERODYNE METHOD (TRANSLATE RECEIVING SIGNAL TWICE) IMPROVES IMAGE REJECTION RATIO & GAINS STABLE RECEIVING PROFITS. UNITED SIGNAL IS APPLIED TO ACTIVE FILTER (Q7. FM IF IC (U2) INCLUDES THE 2ND PART OSCILLATOR.

POWER AMPLIFIER NEEDS.AMPLIFIES & FILTERS NOISE COMPONENT. THEN. TRANSMITTER MICROPHONE AMPLYFYING CIRCUIT MICROPHONE AMPLYFYING CIRCUIT AMPLIFIES VOICE SIGNAL TOGETHER WITH +6dB/OCTAVE PRE-EMPHASIS FROM MICROPHONE TO THE LEVEL. VCO OUTPUT IS APPLIED TO Tx/Rx SWITCH (D8). "RMUTS" SIGNALS TO CHANGE AF MUTE SWITCH(U12/A. PIN 80). IT IS APPLIED TO ANTENNA CONNECTOR VIA LOW PASS FILTER. FILTERED SIGNAL IS APPLIED TO NOISE DETECTER & "NREC" SIGNAL IS OUTPUT FROM PIN 14. AND IT IS DELIVERED THROUGH CROSSTALK FILTER (U15/B) TO REMOVE UNNECESSARY SIGNALS OVER 3 kHz. THEN AMPLIFIED SIGNAL IS APPLIED TO RF POWER AMPLIFIER (U8). THEN. "NREC" SIGNAL IS AMPLIFIED BY DC AMPLIFIER (U10/B) OF CPU BOARD & APPLIED AS "SQL0" BY CPU (U8.AF SIGNAL FROM MICROPHONE IS AMPLIFIED BY MICROPHONE AMPLIFIER(U7/A) VIA ANALOGUE SWITCH(U10/B). POWER AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT POWER AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT AMPLIFIES DRIVER SIGNAL TO THE OUTPUT POWER LEVEL. Tx SIGNAL FROM Tx/Rx SWITCH AMPLIFIES PRE-DRIVE (Q19) & DRIVE (Q18) AMPLIFIER. USING MICROPHONE VOICE SIGNAL. DRIVE AMPLIFYING CIRCUIT DRIVE AMPLIFYING CIRCUIT AMPLIFIES VCO OSCILLATING SIGNAL TO THE LEVEL. OUTPUT FROM U8 (PIN 4) IS DELIVERED BY ANTENNA CHANGING CIRCUIT (D9). AMPLIFIED SIGNAL PASSES BY IDC AMPLIFIER (U15/A) & ANALOGUE SWITCH (U9/B). U12/B). MODULATING CIRCUIT NEEDS. FILTERED SIGNAL IS APPLIED TO MODULATING CIRCUIT. MODULATING CIRCUIT MODULATING CIRCUIT MODULATES VCO OSCILLATING SIGNAL (RF SIGNAL). CPU ANALYZE NOISE STATUS AND OUTPUT "RMUTM". . AFTER PASSING FREQUENCY ADJUSTING PORT (R172) & CHANGING REACTANCE OF D8 AT MODULATING CIRCUIT (D8). CONDENSER (C162) & RESISTER (R101) ARE LINKED TO GAIN PRE-EMPHASIS AGAINST AMPLIFIER. IN ORDER TO GAIN SIGNAL LEVEL ABOUT 200mW. WHICH HAS ABOUT 35W AMPLIFYING OUTPUT FUNCTION AGAINST 300mW INPUT. U8 IS POWER MODULE. VOICE SIGNAL FROM CROSSTALK FILTER (IC13b) IS APPLIED TO MODULATE SIGNAL. OSCILLATED AT TXVCO (Q7).

. IT IS APPLIED TO ONE OF DIFFEENTIAL MOTION AMPLIFIER (Q22) INPUTS VIA High/Low CONTROL CIRCUIT (VR2. ETC. PHANSE DETECTED FROM PLL IC. IT SETS DIVIDING RATE. TOGETHER WITH STANDARD OSCILLATING FREQUENCIES. LIKE THIS. PLL CIRCUIT DIRECTLY CREATES TX FREQUENCIES & Rx 1-1F FREQUENCIES ON ONE CHIP PLL IC (U5) TOGETHER WITH VCO. Rx. STANDARD FREQUENCY (21. D11. CREATED FROM VCO (Q15. D17) OF VCO. PLL OUTPUT FREQUENCIES ARE CONTROLLED BY DIVIDING RATE OF MODIFYING OSCILLATOR & PROGRAM POSSIBLE DIVIDER. D17) ARE INPUT TO PLL IC (U5. PIN 6). SIGNAL OF PULSE-FORM IS CHANGED TO DIRECT VOLTAGE (LOCK VOLTAGE) AT LOOP FILTER (C132. PLL CIRCUIT COMPARES PHASES OF VCO FREQUENCIES. Q23). RF OUTPUT SIGNAL FROM POWER AMPLIFIER (U8) IS DETECTED TO OUTPUT DETECTING CIRCUIT (D13. R73.25 MHz) IS OSCILLATED AT X2. PROGRAM POSSIBLE COUNTER. IT IS APPLIED TO PHASE DETECTER. ACCORDING TO SERIES DATA FROM PLL CPU. PROGRAM POSSIBLE DIVIDER. PLL LOOP SIGNALS.APC (AUTOMATIC POWER CONTROL) CIRCUIT APC CIRCUIT STABILIZES Tx OUTPUT POWER. THEN. D14). PHASE DETECTER. IT OUTPUTS SIGNALS (PULSE-FORM-SIGNAL) OF PHANSE DISCREPANCIES AT PIN 2. WHICH INCLUDES VCO CIRCUIT CONTROL & FREE SCALER FOR Tx. THEN IT IS APPLIED IN ORDER TO STABILIZE OSCILLATING FREQUENCIES OF VARACTOR DIODES (D11. AFTER BEING DIVIDED FROM PROGRAM POSSIBLE DIVIDER. C140. PHASE DETECTER COMPARES INPUT SIGNALS WITH STANDARD FREQUENCY. APC CIRCUITS KEEPS CERTAIN OUTPUT POWER. R72). DIVIDED TO STANDARD FREQUENCIES. PLL (PHASE LOCKED LOOP) CIRCUIT OUTLINE PLL CIRCUIT PROVIDES STABLE OSCILLATING OF Tx FREQUENCY & Rx THE 1-LO FREQUENCY. THEN. THEN. ARE SUPPLIED FROM PIN2 AGAINST EACH Tx & Rx. U5 IS PLL IC. RESULTS. APPLIED POWER CONTROLS DIFFEENTIAL MOTION AMPLIFIER (Q22) OUTPUT & BIAS VOLTAGE CONTROL (Q17). CHARGE PUMP. AND COMPARES PHASES OF VCO SIGNALS. C143.

A PART OF VCO OUTPUT IS USED AGAIN AT PLL IC (U5. D6). POWER GROUNDING. DSC (DIGITAL SELECTIVE CALLING) MODULATING CIRCUIT MODULATING SIGNAL FROM CPU IS DELIVERED THROUGH LOW PASS FILTER (U14/B) WITH + 6 dB/OCTAVE FEATURE. . SOUND DEFECTS. .CHECK IF CABLES OF OUTER SPEAKER ARE CONNECTED CORRECTLY. TROUBLE SHOOTING METHOD WHEN POWER IS NOT TURNED ON > FUSE IS BROKEN. > WHEN NO SOUND IS HEARED FROM OUTER SPEAKER . . VOLTAGE SHOULD BE DC 13. WHEN SWITCH IS TURNED ON > WIRE OF POWER MAY BE CONNECTED CONVERSELY. THEN IT IS SENT TO Tx/Rx SWITCHED (D8.CHECK BATTERY VOLTAGE. AND Tx SIGNAL IS APPLIED TO PRE-DRIVE AMPLIFIER (Q19). CRUSH. SIGNAL FROM LOW BAND FILTER (U14/B) IS DELIVERED THROUGH CROSSTALK FILTER (U15/B). ETC OF POWER CABLE. CHANGE 10A FUSE (THERE ARE 2 SPARE FUSES). . PIN 6) VIA C146.VCO (VOLTAGE CONTROL OSCILLATER) CIRCUIT OUTPUT FROM VCO (Q16) IS AMPLIFIED AT BUFFER AMPLIFIER (Q15). OR VOLTAGE IS NOT SUPPLIED TO RADIO. > POWER IS NOT TURNED ON.AFTER CHECKING WIRE LOSS. . Rx LO SIGNAL IS APPLIED TO THE 1ST MIXER CIRCUIT (Q5) THROUGH LOW PASS FILTER. 12. AND BLACK LINE IS CONNECTING BATTERY'S (-) TERMINAL. FILTERED DSC SIGNAL IS APPLIED TO TX MODULATING CIRCUIT VIA MODULATION FACTOR ADJUSTER (VR3).CHANGE FCC DUE TO CONNECTING ERROE WHEN FUSE IS CUT.CHECK BREAKING.6V (±10%). SHORT CIRCUIT.CHECK IF RED LINE IS CONNECTING BATTERY'S (+) TERMINAL. IN ORDER TO REMOVE UNNECESSARY SIGNALS OVER 3 kHz. .

Q20.CHANGE SPEKAER IC U6(LA4425) OF V-896. Rx DEFECTS .IN CASE OF Tx OUTPUT IC DEFECTS.) .R161.L3.R67. IF ANTENNA & ANTENNA CABLE HAVE DEFECTS.L14.D9 AT V-896 & CHANGE.U2.CHECK ANTENNA & ANTENNA CABLE.C1 OF V-896 IS SLIGHTLY BROKEN .CHANGE U2.CONNECTION ERROR OF CN4 OF V-894 & CHANGE Q5.D9. > BUTTON SOUND DEFECTS . EVEN IF HIGH(HI) POWER IS SELECTED .CHANGE R51 OF V-891 .WHEN TX IS ALWAYS AT LOW(LO) POWER.U8. ALARM SOUNDS & Tx OUTPUT IS AUTOMATICALLY CHANGED TO 1W. OUTPUT & OVER CURRENT . .CHECK THE DAMAGES OF R66.READJUST OUTPUT TO VR2 AT V-896.RE ADJUST VR1 OF V-896 .CHECK THE DAMAGES OF D7.RESOLDER U6 OF Y-896 TX. SO.CHANGE DAMAGED FL7 OF V-895 .CHECK THE SOLDERING OF OUTER SPEAKER CABLES. DSC RX DEFECTS .R66 AT V-896 & CHANGE.L14. CHANGE U8 OUTPUT IC RA35H1516M AT V-896PCB .CHANGE U12 . . RX DEFECTS .D9. X2 OF V-895 SQUELCH ..Q5 OF V-896 . Tx OUTPUT DEFECTS (IT BECOMES RESET. .L3 AT V-896 & CHANGE. CHECK ANTENNA & ANTENNA CABLE.L3.D7. Tx. IF KEY IS CAUGHT.CHECK THE DAMAGES OF VR2.

CHANGE THE ROUTE OF POWER CABLE FROM ENGINE . SET BAUD RATE SHOULD BE 4800.CHANGE LCD FCC CONNECTING DAMAGED CABLE . CHECK THE BAUD RATE SETTING OF GPS.PARITY SHOULD BE SET AT "NONE".6V(±10%).POWER VOLTAGE IS TOO LOW.CHECK BATTERY VOLTAGE. .USE PROTECTIVE IGNITION PLUG WIRING OR ALTERNATING CURRENT GENERATOR NOISE FILTER WHEN THERE ARE POWER ERROR MESSAGES .CHECK THE POLARTITY OF GPS CABLE. Tx MEASURE MEASURE CONDITION PART VALUE POSITI ON .CHANGE LCD KEY ERROR .THIS CAN BE GPS CABLE DEFECTS OR GPS SETTING MAY BE INCORRECT. THIS SHOULD BE DC 13. .CHECK U2 DEFECTS OF V-895 & CHANGE.CHANGE DAMAGED C21.LCD DEFECTS (BACK LIGHT DEFECTS & CONTRAST READJUSTMENT) . . . WHEN NO POSITION INFORMATION IS DISPLAYED .CHECK R15 DEFECTS OF V-895 & CHANGE. . . .IF POSSIBLE. . OR TOO HIGH.CHANGE FRONT SWITCH. WHEN THERE ARE NOISES IN ENGINE OPERATING > ENGINE'S ELECTRONIC NOISE CAN AFFECT RADIOTELEGRAPH .CHECK IF GPS CABLE IS PHYSICALLY CORRECTLY. .X1 OF V-895.CHECK SHIP'S ALTERNATING CURRENT GENERATOR.ADD NOISE FILTER TO POWER CABLE .

3uV V-894 MEASURE CONDITION SET AS CH70(156.525MHz) CHECK VOLTAGE OF TP1 PART VC1 VALUE 2.9MHz± 200Hz MAXIMUM FREQUENCY DEVIATION MODULATION METER SETTING RANGE=10 FILTER=25Hz~15KHz DE-EMPHASIS=OFF VR3 UNDER ±5KHz V-896 Rx MEASURE PLL VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT RECEIVING SENSITIVITY SSG SETTING FM MODULATION FREQUENCY =1KHz DEVIATION =±3KHz CHECK THE SIZE.525MHz) SET SSG UNDER 0.9MHz) OUTPUT POWER : HIGH PTT ON VR2 24W±1W V-896 FREQUENCY VARIATION SET AS CH18(156.5±0. AFTER CHANGING THE SIZE OF SSG FOR SINAD Meter VALUE TO BECOME 12dB.9MHz) CHECK VOLTAGE OF TP1 PART VC1 VALUE 2V±0.3uV MEASURE CONDITION SET AS CH18(156.Tx OUTPUT SET AS CH18(156.9MHz) OUTPUT POWER : LOW PTT ON CHECK BY FREQUENCY COUNTER 156.1V POSITION V-894 .1V POSITION V-896 EXCLUSIVE Rx MEASURE WKR PLL VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT WKR RECEIVING SET AS CH70(156. UNDER 0.

Marine Operator Public Correspondence. Coast Guard Public Correspondence.425 156.500 156.425 156.975 157.750 156.050 157.225 Rx (MHz) 156.150 156. Duplex Port Operations U.450 156. VTS in Selected Areas Port Operations.475 156. 1W Only Boat Operations.050 156.175 156.175 157.475 156.825 156. 13.850 156.125 157. Government. Marine Operator Public Correspondence. Government.225 156.800 156.225 COMMUNICATIONS TYPE Port Operations.775 156. Government.825 156.775 156. FREQUENCY TABLE USA Channel CH 01A 03A 05A 06 07A 08 09 10 11 12 13(1) 14 15(3) 16 17(1) 18A 19A 20 20A 21A 22A 23A 24 25 26 27 28 61A 63A 64A 65A 66A 67(1) 68 69 70(2) 71 72 73 74 75 76 77(1) 78A 79A 80A 81A 82A 83A 84 84A Tx (MHz) 156.300 157.S. Marine Operator SHIP TO SHIP YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES --YES YES YES YES NO YES YES YES YES NO NO NO NO NO YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES --YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO YES SHIP TO SHORE YES YES YES NO YES NO YES YES YES YES NO YES --YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO NO YES --YES NO YES YES YES YES YES NO YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NAME TAG PORT OPS/VTS UNAUTHORIZED PORT OPS/VTS SAFETY COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL CALLING COMMERCIAL VTS PORT OPS/VTS BRIDGE COM PORT OPS/VTS ENVIROMENTAL DISTRES SAR COMMERCIAL COMMERCIA. VTS in Selected Areas U.400 156. Government.850 156.950 157. Selected VTS Areas Inter-ship Navigation Safety (bridge-to-bridge) 1W Only Port Operations.275 156.575 156.075 156.125 157. Coast Guard Port Operations.250 156.650 156. Marine Operator U.225 156.725 156. Recreational Boat Operations. Canadian Coast Guard.300 156.025 157.650 156. PORT OPS PORT OPS UNAUTHORIZED COAST GUARD UNAUTHORIZED TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE UNAUTHORIZED PORT OPS/VTS UNAUTHORIZED PORT OPS PORT OPS BRIDGE COM SHIP-SHIP PLEASURE DSC PLEASURE SHIP-SHIP PORT OPS PORT OPS PORT OPS PORT OPS PORT OPS SHIP-SHIP COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL UNAUTHORIZED UNAUTHORIZED UNAUTHORIZED TELEPHONE TELEPHONE Agency .625 156. AFTER CHANGING THE SIZE OF SSG FOR SINAD Meter VALUE TO BECOME 12dB. bridge-to-bridge.950 162. Government.000 156.600 156.325 156.025 157.050 156. Selected VTS Areas Inter-ship Safety Commercial Commercial (Inter-ship Only) Recreational Calling Channel Commercial Commercial. Recreational Commercial Commercial U.925 156.1W Only Commercial Commercial Port Operations.500 156.800 161.100 157.325 156.S.975 157.875 156.525 156.S.200 157.DSC Boat Operations.S.550 156.825 157. Marine Operator Public Correspondence.000 157.150 156. Selected VTS Areas Environmental.550 156.150 157.075 157.075 157.925 156.900 161.175 156.875 156. and Calling State Controlled .SENSITIVIITY FM =1KHz MODULATION FREQUENCY DEVIATION =±3KHz CHECK THE SIZE. Canadian Coast Guard Coast Guard Liaison U.850 161.250 156. Canadian Coast Guard Public Correspondence.350 156. Safety.150 161.900 156. Canadian Commercial Fishing Port Operations Port Operations Commercial. Environmental Protection Operations U.800 156.000 157. RX Only International Distress. Canadian Coast Guard U.050 157.575 156.725 156.900 156.225 157.675 156.375 156.350 157.275 156.350 156.100 157.700 RX Only 156. Recreational Port Operations Port Operations Port Operations Port Operations Port Operations-1W Only Boat Operations. Marine Operator Public Correspondence.S.450 156.250 157.400 156.375 156.400 156.675 156. Canadian Coast Guard Port Operations. Selected VTS Areas US Government.600 157. Government.700 156. Recreational Digital Selective Calling . Government.175 161.950 161.000 157.625 156. Recreational Boat Operations.S.S. Marine Operator Public Correspondence.600 156.075 156.300 156.

Marine Operator Public Correspondence. Marine Operator Public Correspondence. (2) OUTPUTS OF CH13.275 161.425 161.925 157.275 157. .325 161. Marine Operator Commercial.85 85A 86 86A 87 87A 88 88A 157.325 157. Marine Operator Public Correspondence. BUT WE CAN CHANGE THEM TO 25W MANUALLY.375 157. CH76.275 157. Intership Only NO YES NO YES NO YES NO YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE COMMERCIAL (1) OUTPUTS OF CH17.375 157. (4) TRANSMITTING AT CH15 IS PROHIBITED IN ORDER TO AVOID HARMFUL INTERFERENCE AT CH16. VOICE TRANSMITTING IS PROHIBITED IN THIS CHANNEL.025 157. Marine Operator Public Correspondence.425 Public Correspondence.425 157.325 157.975 157. Marine Operator Public Correspondence. CH75.875 157. (3) CH70 IS THE EXCLUSIVE CHANNEL FOR DSC. CH67 ARE FIXED AS 1W. CH77 ARE FIXED AS 1W. Marine Operator Public Correspondence.375 162.

VTS in Selected Areas Commercial . Marine Operator Public Correspondence.075 157.300 156.800 161.725 156.850 161.600 156.900 156. Government Operations U.725 156.300 156.300 157.400 156.450 156.850 156. SAR Port Operations.900 161. Marine Operator Public Correspondence. Recreational Inter-ship Commercial Fishing Only Commercial Fishing Only Port Operations Boat Operations.650 156. Duplex Public Correspondence.050 161.000 162.100 156.650 160. Marine Operator Public Correspondence.075 157. CH15.200 157.900 156. Government.100 161.S. Canadian Coast Guard Canadian Coast Guard U.S.275 156.225 156.100 157.975 157. Canadian Coast Guard Canadian Coast Guard Public Correspondence.375 156. Government. Government.050 RX Only 157. Duplex Public Correspondence.450 156.S. Recreational Commercial Commercial U.125 157.025 157.000 157.050 156. Duplex U. VOICE TRANSMITTING IS PROHIBITED IN THIS CHANNEL. Government.575 156.350 156. VTS in Selected Area Port Operations.975 157.200 156.150 157. RX Only Public Correspondence.550 156.S. .500 156. CH20 ARE FIXED AS 1W. Canadian Commercial Fishing Port Operations Port Operations Commercial.650 156.225 156.750 156. Recreational Commercial Fishing Only Digital Selective Calling .625 156. Duplex Public Correspondence.800 156. Duplex-1W Only Port Operations.875 161.850 161.875 156.225 156.175 RX Only 157.125 156.250 RX Only 157.125 160. Duplex Public Correspondence. (2) CH70 IS THE EXCLUSIVE CHANNEL FOR DSC.325 157.750 161.CANADA Channel CH 01 02 03 04A 05A 06 07A 08 09 10 11 12 13(1) 14 15(1) 16 17(1) 18A 19A 20(1) 21 21A 21B 22A 23 24 25 25B 26 27 28 28B 60 61A 62A 64 64A 65A 66A 67 68 69 70(2) 71 72 73 74 77 78A 79A 80A 81A 82A 83 83A 83B 84 85 86 87 88 Tx (MHz) 156.925 156.400 156.825 156.175 157.200 156.025 156.950 157. Canadian Coast Guard Canadian Coast Guard.400 RX Only 156.925 156.000 160. Marine Operator Public Correspondence.875 156.425 156.675 156. Selected VTS Areas Inter-ship Navigation Safety (bridge-to-bridge) 1W Only Port Operations.325 156.650 157.950 161.S. VTS in Selected Areas Inter-ship Safety Commercial Commercial(Inter ship Only) Recreational Calling Channel Commercial Commercial.425 156.850 156. CH17.275 156.650 157.825 161. Government.600 161.S.475 156.975 162. Canadian Coast Guard Port Operations. Duplex U.175 161.950 162.700 156.350 156. Duplex Public Correspondence.425 Rx (MHz) 160.375 157.375 156.475 156. Safety.350 157.625 156.925 161.550 156.275 157.225 157.250 156.025 157.050 157.675 156.125 161.025 COMMUNICATIONS TYPE Public Correspondence.700 156.700 160. (3) TRANSMITTINGS AT CH63.150 156.075 156. Duplex Public Correspondence. Duplex Public Correspondence.750 156.075 156. RX Only Public Correspondence. Duplex Public Correspondence. Marine Operator SHIP TO SHIP NO NO NO YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO NO YES --YES NO NO NO --NO NO NO --NO YES YES NO YES YES YES YES YES YES --YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES --NO NO NO NO NO SHIP TO SHORE YES YES YES YES YES NO YES NO YES YES YES YES NO YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES --YES YES YES YES --YES YES YES --YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO NO YES --YES NO YES YES YES NO YES YES YES YES YES YES --YES YES YES YES YES NAME TAG TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE CANADIAN CG PORT OPS/VTS SAFETY COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL CALLING COMMERCIAL VTS PORT OPS/VTS BRIDGE COM PORT OPS/VTS COMMERCIAL DISTRESS SAR COMMERCIAL CANADIAN CG CANADIAN CG PORT OPS UNAUTHORIZED PORT OPS CANADIAN CG TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE UNAUTHORIZED CANADIAN CG TELEPHONE UNAUTHORIZED PORT OPS PORT OPS COMMERCIAL SHIP-SHIP COMMERCIAL DSC PLEASURE SHIP-SHIP COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL PORT OPS SHIP-SHIP COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL UNAUTHORIZED UNAUTHORIZED CANADIAN CG UNAUTHORIZED CANADIAN CG TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE (1) OUTPUTS OF CH13. Duplex Canadian Coast Guard. CH75 & CH76 ARE PROHIBITED.DSC Boat Operations. Duplex U. and Calling State Controlled -1W Only Commercial Canadian Coast Guard Canadian Coast Guard.625 156. SAR Boat Operations.575 156.800 156.600 156. RX Only Canadian Coast Guard Liaison Public Correspondence.775 157.775 161.250 156.525 156.325 156.500 156.1W Only International Distress.750 156. RX Only Public Correspondence.

BUT WE CAN CHANGE THEM TO 25W.* BASIC OUTPUTS OF CH66. . CH77 ARE 1W.

Weather Channel WEATHER CH WX1 WX2 WX3 WX4 WX5 WX6 WX7 WX8 WX9 WX10 Rx(MHz) 162.275 COMMUNICATIONS TYPE NOAA WEATHER CHANNEL NOAA WEATHER CHANNEL NOAA WEATHER CHANNEL NOAA WEATHER CHANNEL NOAA WEATHER CHANNEL NOAA WEATHER CHANNEL NOAA WEATHER CHANNEL CANADIAN WEATHER CHANNEL CANADIAN WEATHER CHANNEL NOAA WEATHER CHANNEL NAME TAG NOAA WX NOAA WX NOAA WX NOAA WX NOAA WX NOAA WX NOAA WX CANADA WX CANADA WX NOAA WX .400 162.650 161.475 162.550 162.525 161.425 162.500 162.775 163.450 162.

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VRF17. V-896 RF-BORD TRANSCIVER .

V-894 WATCHKEEPER RECEIVER BORA .V18.

V19. V-895 CPU LOGIC BOARD .

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V20. V-892 BASIC MIC BOARD .

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50~60Hz INPUT IS POSSIBLE. LCD IS LIGHTED GREEN. ⑤ TURN ON / OFF AC DC INPUT POWER. THIS IS DESIGNED TO CONSTANTLY TRANSMIT ABOUT 5 MINUTES. INPUT 24V. ② WHEN DC INPUT COMES IN. .SP20. IF OUTPUT 8A IS NOT CONSTANT CURRENT. ④ WHEN INDICATOR IS OFF. THIS IS USED IN NIGHT VOYAGE. SP-580ADC FRONT SIDE ① WHEN AC INPUT COMES IN. 20. IF AC INPUT IS ISOLATED AS AC DC. THIS POWER PART SHOULD NOT BE USED IN OTHER EQUIPMENTS. SP-580ADC POWER SUPPLY 2020-1. ③ WHEN AC OR DC INPUT COMES IN.SP20-2. IT IS CHANGED TO DC AUTOMATICALLY. LCD IS LIGHTED GREEN. BY SETTING AC INPUT 110/220V BY SWITCH.6V 8A. OUTPUT BECOMES DC 13. ALL LED ARE PUT OUT. LCD IS LIGHTED RED.

20. SP-580ADC BACK SIDE FUSE SHOULD BE 3A IN CASE OF AC.SP20-3.SP20-4. 20. 10A IN CASE OF DC. ALSO IT SHOULD BE RATED FUSE. SP-580ADC INNER SIDE .

SP-580ADC V-404 POWER SUPPLY . 20. OF WHICH AC INPUT PASSES TRANSFORMER. RECTIFYING ② DIODE(AFTER RECEIVING AC INPUT. PASSING TRANSFORMER) AND INPUT OF DC24V POWER ISOLATION AUTOMATICALLY IN CASE OF AC/DC ② THIS DIODE RECTIFIES THE 2ND VOLTAGE.SPV20-5.① THIS CIRCUIT CONNECTS DC 24V.

SP20-6. 20. WHICH CONTROLS VOLTAGE. VR2 V. THIS IS ADJUSTED TO 8A. VR1 C.LIMIT IS A CURRENT LIMIT.ADJ IS A VOLUME.THIS IS SWTCHING POWER PART. SP-580ADC HEAT PROTECTION PLATE .

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20. SP-580ADC POWER SUPPLY DRAWING .SP20-7.

SP-580ADC V-404 POWER SUPPLY DRAWING .20.SPV20-8.