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VOYAGE DATA RECORDER

OPERATION MANUAL
































Preface

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Thank you for buying JRC JCY-1700 Voyage Data Recorder (VDR).
This equipment is intended to serve the purpose of enabling the detection of the causes of marine
accidents and the prevention of their recurrence in the future. The equipment records data, as
required by the International Standard, on the navigation and the hull of the marine vessel
where it is installed.

To ensure that your VDR provides optimum satisfaction and service, please read this manual
carefully before attempting to operate the JCY-1700.
We recommend that you carefully store the manual for future reference.
If you have any problems using this product, this manual will surely help you.





In order to detect of the causes of marine accidents, the VDR equipment records hull
information and navigation information.
If an accident occurs, you are in duty bound to store the record data at the time.

When an accident occurs, please store the record data according to the procedure described in
1.4.4: Actions at the time of an accident occurrence. Therefore to ensure your operation, we
recommend that you read the procedure carefully.



ATTENTION
VDR erases old data that passed for more than 12 hours and overwrites
new data.
Therefore if you miss the suitable operation when an accident occurs, the
record data at the time is erased automatically after 12 hours.



Precautions Before Operation

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SYMBOL MARKS
In this manual, and on the product, we use international warning signs
to call your attention to important items that, if not handed correctly,
could present danger to yourself or property. These warning note
classifications are as described below. Please be fully aware of the
importance of these items when using this manual.






Examples of Symbol Marks



The symbol indicates that it calls for a caution or even a
warning.
The inside of the symbol indicates what should be watched out for.
In this case, it cautions about the possibility of electric shock.



The symbol indicates prohibition.
What is prohibited is depicted in or around the symbol. The sign in
the left indicates that disassembly is prohibited.



The symbol indicates a specific action to be performed or an
instruction to be followed, which is depicted inside the symbol.
The sign in the left calls for the removal of the electrical plug from
the outlet.

Warning Labels
Warning labels are attached to this equipment. Do not remove, damage,
or alter them.




WARNING

Indicates warning items that, if ignored, may result in
serious personal injury or even death.
Indicates cautionary items that, if ignored, may result in
personal injury or physical damage.
CAUTION

Electric
shock
Disassembly
prohibited
Remove
Plug
Instruction
Prohibited
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Never use to short-circuit between the + and pins, non-specified applications,
disassemble, modify, destroy, into fire, heat, and after the expiry date.
Above conditions cause leakage, heat generation, fire, explosion, destruction, or
heat injury.










The Power Supply Unit (NBL-313) of this equipment incorporates a battery.
The battery contains dilute sulfuric acid. When the liquid leakage of the battery
had a direct contact with your clothes or skin, wash it off with clean water. When
the liquid is entered in your eye, wash the eye with clean water immediately and
seek a doctors advice.












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Do not disassemble or remodel this equipment.
Such an action may result in a fire, an electric shock, or an equipment fault.

Do not use any power supply voltage other than the specified ones.
Such an action may result in a fire, an electric shock, or an equipment fault.

Be sure to turn off the power supply switch before connecting or disconnecting the
connector of the cable to any external equipment.
Ignoring the caution may result in a fire or an electric shock.

Should the power supply cable is damaged, please ask for its replacement to the
Sales Department, the nearest branch company, a branch office, a sales office, or
any agent of Japan Radio Co., Ltd.
Its continuous use may result in a fire or an electric shock.

Should water enters the inside of the equipment, please turn off the power supply
switch, pull the plug from the outlet, and contact the Sales Department, the
nearest branch company, a branch office, a sales office, or any agent of Japan
Radio Co., Ltd.
Its continuous use may result in a fire, an electric shock, or a fault.

Do not make checking or repairs of the inside of the equipment by yourself.
Checking or repairs by anyone other than our professional maintenance staff may
result in a fire or an electric shock.
Ask for checking or repairs of the inside of the equipment to the Sales
Department, the nearest branch company, a branch office, a sales office, or any
agent of Japan Radio Co., Ltd.

Should a fault occurs, please turn off the power supply of this equipment, pull the
plug, and contact the Sales Department, the nearest branch company, a branch
office, a sales office, or any agent of Japan Radio Co., Ltd.
Its continuous use may result in a fire or an electric shock.

The Power Supply Unit (NBL-313) of this equipment incorporates a battery. The
battery needs to be replaced periodically. Continuous use of a life-expired battery
may result in a fire.

Never replace the battery by yourself.
Replacement by anyone other than our professional maintenance staff may result
in a fire, an electric shock, or a fault.
For battery replacement, please contact the Sales Department, the nearest branch
company, a branch office, a sales office, or any agent of Japan Radio Co., Ltd.

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Do not install the equipment in a location affected by water, humidity, dust, or
soot.
Ignoring the caution may result in a fire, an electric shock, or a malfunction.

Do not touch the equipment with your wet hand or wet glove with freshwater or
seawater.
Ignoring the caution may result in a fire, an electric shock, or a fault.
Be sure to hold the power supply plug when pulling it from the outlet.
Pulling the electric cable without holding the plug may damage the cable,
resulting in a fire or an electric shock.

Do not remove or insert the power supply plug with your wet hand.
Ignoring the caution may result in an electric shock.
Although the UTILITY OUTLET looks like the AC100V outlet, the input voltage of
the Recording Control Unit directly comes out from it. Ignoring the caution may
result in failures.
If the FAN ABN. LED lights up, either of the two fans of the Power Supply Unit is
out of operation and needs to be replaced with a new one. Ignoring the caution
may result in failures Please contact the Sales Department, the nearest branch
company, a branch office, a sales office, or any agent of Japan Radio Co., Ltd. and
ask them to replace it.

If the equipment is splashed with seawater or fresh water, wipe it dry
immediately. Ignoring the caution may result in failures or operational
malfunctions.
The Power Supply Unit (NBL-313) of this equipment incorporates a battery.
Used batteries will be recycled. Please contact the Sales Department, the nearest
branch company, a branch office, a sales office, or any agent of Japan Radio Co.,
Ltd. and ask them to replace it without discarding the battery.
The Main Control Board (CDJ-2142) and the Data Control Board (CDJ-2143) of this
equipment incorporate a lithium battery.
Used batteries will be recycled. Please contact the Sales Department, the nearest
branch company, a branch office, a sales office, or any agent of Japan Radio Co.,
Ltd. and ask them to replace it without discarding the battery.


Outlook of system components

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Protective capsule Unit Recording Control Unit


Contents

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Contents

Preface ............................................................................................................................................. i
Precautions Before Operation ......................................................................................................... ii
Outlook of System Components ..................................................................................................... vi


1 Operation.................................................................................................................................. 1
1.1 Outline of the Equipment ...................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Configuration ........................................................................................................................ 1
1.1.1 System Diagram............................................................................................................ 3
1.3 Starting and Stopping the System......................................................................................... 4
1.3.1 Starting the System........................................................................................................ 4
1.3.2 Stopping the System...................................................................................................... 6
1.4 Operational Description ........................................................................................................ 7
1.4.1 To Stop Recording Data onto the Protective Capsule Unit............................................. 7
1.4.2 To Restart Recording Data onto the Protective Capsule Unit......................................... 7
1.4.3 Backing Up the Data of the PC CARD........................................................................... 7
1.4.4 Actions at the time of an accident occurrence (Guidelines) ........................................... 9
1.4.5 Stopping the Audible Alarm on the External Operation Board...................................... 10
1.5 Recording Control Unit (NDV-132)...................................................................................... 11
1.5.1 Names of Parts of the Recording Control Unit (NDV-132) ........................................... 11
1.5.2 External Operation Board ............................................................................................ 12
1.5.3 Power Supply Unit ....................................................................................................... 14
1.5.4 Data Processor Unit..................................................................................................... 17
1.6 Data Acquisition Unit (NCT-58) ........................................................................................... 23
1.6.1 Names of Parts of the Data Acquisition Unit (NCT-58)................................................. 23
1.6.2 Operational Method of the Data Acquisition Unit (NCT-58).......................................... 25
2 Specification ........................................................................................................................... 29
2.1 Protective Capsule Unit: PCU............................................................................................. 29
2.2 Recording Control Unit: RCU.............................................................................................. 29
2.2.1 Data Processor Unit..................................................................................................... 29
2.2.2 Power Supply Unit: PSU.............................................................................................. 30
2.2.3 HUB Unit...................................................................................................................... 31
2.2.4 External Operation Board ............................................................................................ 31
2.3 Data Acquisition Unit: DAU................................................................................................. 31
2.4 Microphone Unit.................................................................................................................. 32
2.5 Waterproof Microphone Unit (Option) ................................................................................. 32
2.6 External Alarm Unit (Option) ............................................................................................... 33
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2.7 Environment Condition........................................................................................................ 33
2.7.1 Location ....................................................................................................................... 33
2.7.2 Power supply environment........................................................................................... 34
2.7.3 Environment................................................................................................................. 34
3. Maintenance and Inspection ......................................................................................................... 35
3.1 Daily Maintenance .............................................................................................................. 35
3.1.1 Cleaning....................................................................................................................... 35
3.1.2 Check the exchange term of the battery ...................................................................... 35
3.2 Periodic Inspection.............................................................................................................. 36
3.3 Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................. 36
3.3.1 The Recording Control Unit (NDV-132)........................................................................ 36
3.3.2 The Data Acquisition Unit (NCT-58) ............................................................................. 39
4. Outline Drawings........................................................................................................................... 41
4.1 Recording Control Unit: NDV-132 ....................................................................................... 41
4.2 Data Acquisition Unit: NCT-58.......................................................................................... 42
4.3 Protective Capsule Unit: NDH-288B ................................................................................... 43
4.4 Connection Box: NQE-3149................................................................................................ 44
4.5 Microphone Unit: NVT-156.................................................................................................. 45
4.6 Waterproof Microphone Unit: NVT-157............................................................................... 46
4.7 External Alarm Unit: NCG-150............................................................................................ 47
5. Block Diagrams ............................................................................................................................. 49
5.1 Recording Control Unit........................................................................................................ 49
5.2 Data Acquisition Unit ........................................................................................................... 50
5.3 Microphone Unit.................................................................................................................. 51
5.4 Waterproof Microphone Unit ............................................................................................... 52



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1 Operation

1.1 Outline of the Equipment
This equipment is intended to serve the purpose of enabling the detection of the causes of marine
accidents and the prevention of their recurrence in the future. The equipment records data, as
required by the International Standard, on the navigation and the hull of the marine vessel
where it is installed.
1.2 Configuration
The standard configuration of the equipment is tabulated in Table 1.
Table 1: Standard Configuration
No. Name of Component Type Name Qty Functions
1 Protective Capsule Unit NDH-288A/B 1
It records data on the recording medium in
the recovery Protective Capsule.
At the time of sinking, the underwater
acoustic beacon operates to detect the
position of the Protective Capsule Unit.
2 Connection Box NQE-3149 1
It connects the Protective Capsule Unit and
the Recording Control Unit with a power
supply cable and a LAN cable.
3 Recording Control Unit NDV-132 1
It outputs the recorded data to the Protective
Capsule Unit and the PC CARD.
It inputs radar images and audio data.
It inputs IEC61162 data from the Data
Acquisition Unit.
It monitors and controls the conditions of the
system.
3-1 Data Processor Unit NDL-44 1
It is the main control processing part with a
built-in backup PC CARD.
3-2 External Operation Board CCK-885 1
It has an ALARM BUZZER, an ALARM ACK
SWITCH, and LEDs.
3-3 Junction Board CQD-1910 1
It is the I/F to relay the external signals.
3-4 HUB Unit CMH-1937 1
8-port switching HUB
3-5 Power Supply Unit NBL-313 1
It is a power supply equipped with a
secondary battery and a charging circuit.
3-6 Spare Parts for RCU 7ZXJD0043 1
Fans, fuse
4 Data Acquisition Unit NCT-58 1
It inputs IEC61162 data from each sensor
and outputs them into the Recording Control
Unit.
4-1 Data Control Board CDJ-2143 1
It functions as a communication controller as
well as a display.
4-2 Junction Board CQD-1913 1
It is the I/F to relay the external signals.
4-3 Power Supply Unit ASE10-5 1
AC/DC Power Supply Unit
4-4 Noise Filter Unit NJD-7735
It is a noise filtering circuit with an
overvoltage-protection circuit.
4-5 Spare Parts for DAU 7ZXJD0044 1
Fuse
5 Microphone Unit
NVT-156
(Ceiling built-in type
or Exposed type)
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It collects the voices of the conversations in
the bridge and outputs them into the
Recording Control Unit.

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The options configuration of the equipment is tabulated in Table 2.
Table 2: Options Configuration
No. Name of Optional Component Type Name Functions
1 Analog Input Module

It can be built into the Data Acquisition Unit. At most
four channels can be installed.
2 External Alarm Unit NCG-150
It is an extended alarm panel.
3 Microphone Unit
NVT-156
(Ceiling built-in
type or Exposed
type)
A microphone of ceiling-built-in type can be used as an
exposed type by removing its flange.
At most nine sets of microphones can be installed,
inclusive of standard configuration.
4 Waterproof Microphone Unit
NVT-157 At most nine sets of microphones can be installed,
inclusive of standard configuration and NVT-156 type.

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1.1.1 System Diagram
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1.3 Starting and Stopping the System
1.3.1 Starting the System
ATTENTION
To operate the Recording Control Unit, the front door has to be unlocked and
opened. To operate the Data Acquisition Unit, the top cover has to be
unlocked and opened.
To start the equipment, follow the procedures described below.
1. Starting the Recording Control Unit
1) Unlock the front door with the key and open it.
2) Make sure that the voltage indicated by the input-voltage-range switch on the Power
Supply Unit equals to the power supply voltage. If that is not, switch the voltage range so
that it coincides with the power voltage.
3) Turn on the Power Supply Unit.
4) Then the POWER LEDs on the front door and the Power Supply Unit light up.
5) The BATTERY READY LED on the Power Supply Unit lights up.
6) The PC CARD LED on the Operation Panel Board lights up.
7) The CAPSULE ERROR LED on the Operation Panel Board blinks for a few seconds. And
then the RECORDING LEDs on the front door and Operation Panel Board light up.
2. Starting the Data Acquisition Unit
1) Unlock the top cover with the key. There are two keyholes at the top and at the bottom.
2) Undo the four screws and open the top cover.
3) Turn on the Data Acquisition Unit. (There is no need to switch the DAUs input voltage, as
it changes automatically.)
4) Then the RUN LED on the Data Control Board lights up.
5) The LEDs indicating the status (OK/NG) of ports on the Data Control Board light up.
3. Start the Protective Capsule Unit
The Power Supply Unit in the Recording Control Unit supplies power to the Protective
Capsule Unit. When the Power Supply Unit in the Recording Control Unit is turned on, the
Protective Capsule Unit is activated simultaneously.
4. Starting the Microphone Unit
The Audio Recording Board in the Recording Control Unit supplies power to the Microphone
Unit. When the Power Supply Unit in the Recording Control Unit is turned on, the
Microphone Unit is activated simultaneously.
5. Checking the System Operation
When the Recording Control Unit, the Data Acquisition Unit, the Protective Capsule Unit,
and the Microphone Unit are simultaneously on, and when they operate normally, LEDs on
the External Operation Board, the Operation Panel Board, the Power Supply Unit, and the
Data Acquisition Unit display as follows.
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LEDs on the External Operation Board of the Recording Control Unit:
1) The POWER LED is on.
2) The RECORDING LED is on.
3) The ERROR LED is off.
LEDs on the Operation Panel Board of the Recording Control Unit:
1) The RECORDING LED is on.
2) The PC CARD LED is on.
3) The other LEDs are off.
LEDs on the Power Supply Unit of the Recording Control Unit:
1) The POWER LED is on.
2) The BATTERY READY LED is on.
3) BATTERY OP. LED is off.
4) FAN ABN. LED is off.
LEDs on the Data Control Board of the Data Acquisition Unit:
1) The RUN LED is on.
2) Only the OK LEDs for the ports connected to sensors are on.
3) The other LEDs are off.
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1.3.2 Stopping the System
To stop the equipment, follow the procedures described below.
ATTENTION
To operate the Recording Control Unit, the front door has to be unlocked and
opened. To operate the Data Acquisition Unit, the top cover has to be
unlocked and opened.

ATTENTION
Do not turn off the breaker of the power distribution board while the
system is active. Otherwise, the system will be battery-operated by the
Power Supply Unit.

ATTENTION
Before turning off the Recording Control Unit, be sure to stop recording data
to the PC CARD by pressing the BACKUP STOP SWITCH on the Operation
Panel Board. Otherwise, data may not be recorded to the PC CARD.

1. Stopping the Recording Control Unit
1) Unlock the front door with the key and open it.
2) Be sure to stop recording data to the PC CARD by pressing the BACKUP STOP SWITCH
on the Operation Panel Board.
Make sure that the PC CARD LED on the Operation Panel Board is off.
Be aware that if the Power Supply is turned off while the PC CARD LED is on, data
may not be recorded to the PC CARD.
3) Turn off the Power SWITCH of the POWER Supply Unit.
4) Then all the LEDs turn off.
2. Stopping the Data Acquisition Unit
1) Unlock the top cover with the key. Undo the four screws and open the top cover.
2) Turn off the Power SUPPLY SWITCH of the Data Acquisition Unit.
All the LEDs on the Data Control Board in the Data Acquisition Unit turn off.
3. Stopping the Protective Capsule Unit
If the Power Supply Unit in the Recording Control Unit is turned off, the Protective
Capsule Unit is also turned off.
4. Stopping the Microphone Unit
If the Power Supply Unit in the Recording Control Unit is turned off, the Microphone Unit
is also turned off.
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1.4 Operational Description
In this section operational basics are explained.
Basic operations can be performed on the Operation Panel Board of the Recording Control Unit.
(To use the Recording Control Unit, the front door has to be unlocked and opened.)
1.4.1 To Stop Recording Data onto the Protective Capsule Unit
ATTENTION
Do not stop recording data onto the Protective Capsule Unit unless any of the
following conditions is present.
While the vessel is mooring in a port for maintenance
When the vessel is laid up
When the vessel became impossible to continue a voyage by a marine
accident
1) Press the REC STOP SWITCH on the Operation Panel Board.
2) The RECORDING LED on the Operation Panel Board blinks.
3) The RECORDING LED on the External Operation Board blinks.
4) After about a minute, the two blinking LEDs turn off and the recording of the data onto
the Protective Capsule Unit stops.

1.4.2 To Restart Recording Data onto the Protective Capsule Unit
ATTENTION
Once recording is halted while in port or dock, make sure to restart
recording when leaving the port. Otherwise, data will not be recorded even if
an accident should occur.
1) Press the RESTART SWITCH on the Operation Panel Board.
2) The RECORDING LED on the Operation Panel Board lights up.
3) The RECORDING LED on the External Operation Board lights, and the recording of the
data onto the Protective capsule Unit starts.
1.4.3 Backing Up the Data of the PC CARD
1) Make sure that the PC CARD LED on the Operation Panel Board is on.
2) Press the BACKUP STOP SWITCH on the Operation Panel Board.
3) The PC CARD LED on the Operation Panel Board blinks for about 5 seconds.
4) Make sure that the PC CARD LED on the Operation Panel Board turns off. And press
the PC CARD EJECT BUTTON.
5) Take out the PC CARD. Insert it into a PC that has a PCMCIA slot and copy from it into
the PC.
6) After it has been copied, insert the PC CARD into the PCMCIA slot on the Main Control
Board. (Be sure that the PC CARD JRC-label side is pointing right.)
7) Make sure that the PC CARD LED lights up.

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ATTENTION
When the PC CARD LED is kept turned off for 10 minutes or more, the
MEDIA ERROR LED blinks and the ALARM BUZZER sounds. If a PC CARD is
inserted into the PCMCIA slot in the Main Control Board, the ALARM
BUZZER stops.

ATTENTION
If the backup of a PC CARD is likely to be made frequently, another PC
CARD should be ready just in case.


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1.4.4 Actions at the time of an accident occurrence (Guidelines)

When a marine accident occurs, it is necessary to store the record data of hull
information and navigation information at that time.
This section shows about guidelines of the storing data.

In this guideline, the solution is defined with the size of influence on the voyage by an
accident. Finally it is based on judgment of a captain.
After sufficient check of an accident situation, store data.
The authority requires the submission of the storing data, so please contact the Sales
Department of Japan Radio Co., Ltd. about how to transfer.
1) If it is possible to continue a voyage by a slight accident

Step. Actions Operation of internal OPERATION
PANEL BOARD in RCU
Ref.
1 Stop recording data onto the PC CARD
when voyage is stopped by an accident
occurrence.

Press the BACKUP STOP SWITCH.
Make sure that the PC CARD LED
turns off.
Section
1.4.3
2 Take out the PC CARD. Press the PC CARD EJECT
BUTTON.
Section
1.4.3
3 Copy the record data from PC CARD
to HDD of PC.
Section
1.4.3
4 Return the PC CARD to RCU after
copying
Make sure that the PC CARD LED
lights up.
Section
1.4.3


2) If it is impossible to continue a voyage by an accident

Step Actions Operation of internal OPERATION
PANEL BOARD in RCU
Ref.
1 Stop recording data onto the VDR
when voyage is stopped by an accident
occurrence.
Press the REC STOP SWITCH.
Make sure that the RECORDING
LED turns off.
Section
1.4.1
2 Stop recording data onto the PC
CARD.

Press the BACKUP STOP SWITCH.
Make sure that the PC CARD LED
turns off.
Section
1.4.3
3 Take out the PC CARD from RCU.

Press the PC CARD EJECT
BUTTON.
Section
1.4.3
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4 Copy the record data from the PC
CARD to HDD of PC.
Section
1.4.3
5 Return the PC CARD to RCU after
copying

Make sure that the PC CARD LED
lights up.
Section
1.4.3
6 Do not restart recording data onto
VDR.


3) If it is necessary to escape by an accident
It is not necessary to store the record data.

VDR will stop recording data automatically after 2 hours progress from the main
power blackout.
The record data is collected by take out the capsule from a ship.


ATTENTION
To copy data from a PC CARD, a PCMCIA slot and about 2GB of HDD are
needed for PC.
If not so the PC in the ship, please contact us.
A usual notebook PC has a PCMCIA slot.

Reference)
The operation of the REC STOP SWITCH and the BACKUP STOP SWITCH and the
record

Switch Record onto capsule Record onto PC CARD Take out PC CARD
REC STOP Stop Stop Impossible
BACKUP STOP Continuation Stop Possible



1.4.5 Stopping the Audible Alarm on the External Operation Board
In case the ALARM BUZZER on the External Operation Board sounds:
1) Press the ALARM ACK SWITCH on the External Operation Board.
2) Then the ALARM BUZZER on the External Operation Board stops.
3) If more than one alarm is detected, press the ALARM ACK SWITCH as the same number
as the number of the alarm detected.
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1.5 Recording Control Unit (NDV-132)
1.5.1 Names of Parts of the Recording Control Unit (NDV-132)





1) External Operation Board



2) Keyhole






Figure 2: The Recording Control Unit
(The front door is closed)




3) Power Supply Unit

4) HUB Unit

5) Data Processor Unit


6) RGB Connector Panel


7) Utility Outlet


Figure 3: The Recording Control Unit
(The front door is open.)

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Table 3: Names and Functions of the Recording Control Unit
No. Names and Functions
1) External Operation Board:
Used to display the system status.
2) Keyhole:
Used for opening and closing the front door.
3) Power Supply Unit:
Incorporated into the Recording Control Unit. It has a built-in
battery and supplies power to the Protective Capsule Unit and the
Microphone Unit in case of a blackout.
4) HUB Unit:
The HUB Unit with a 8 switching ports
5) Data Processor Unit:
The main processing unit of the Recording Control Unit. It has a
PCMCIA slot for a backup PC CARD.
6) RGB Connector Panel:
RGB connector relay panel for connecting to the RADAR (BNC
connector)
7) Utility Outlet:
The electricity outlet for maintenance facilities (AC100-240V)



CAUTION
Although the Utility Outlet looks like the AC100V outlet, the input voltage of the
Recording Control Unit directly comes out from it. Ignoring the caution may
result in failures.

1.5.2 External Operation Board
1.5.2.1 Names and functions of each part of the External Operation Board
1) POWER LED 2) RECORDING LED 3) ERROR LED





4) DIMMER VOLUME 5) ALARM ACK SWITCH




6) ALARM BUZZER

Figure 4: External Operation Board

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Table 4: Names and Functions of the External Operation Board
No. Names and Functions
1) POWER LED:
Lights when the Recording Control Unit is in normal operation
with the power supplied from outside.
It blinks when there is a blackout while in operation. If the
blackout continues, it turns off in 2 hours. (automatic shutdown)
2) RECORDING LED:
Lights when the output data from the Recording Control Unit is
recorded onto the Protective Capsule Unit.
3) ERROR LED:
Blinks when an error(s) is (are) detected in the VDR. Pressing
the ALARM ACK SWITCH switches it from blinking to lighting.
It turns off when all the errors detected are restored to normal.
4) DIMMER VOLUME:
The brightness control knob for LEDs on the External Operation
Board. At its lowest level, LEDs still exert light.
5) ALARM ACK SWITCH:
Used to stop the ALARM BUZZER. When more than one error are
detected, it should be pressed as many times as the number of
the errors.
6) ALARM BUZZER:
Sounds when an error is detected in the VDR. It can be stopped
by pressing the ALARM ACK SWITCH.

1.5.2.2 How to operate the External Operation Board
1. If an error is detected:
1) The ALARM BUZZER sounds if an error is detected in the VDR.
2) The ERROR LED blinks.
3) Press the ALARM ACK SWITCH until the ALARM BUZZER stops.
4) Unlock the front door with the key and open it.
5) Confirm that the ERROR LED on the Operation Panel Board is on.
6) Follow the procedures described in 3.3: Trouble Shooting.
2. If there is a blackout:
1) The ALARM BUZZER sounds if any power failure is detected while in operation.
2) Both the POWER LED and ERROR LED blink.
3) Press the ALARM ACK SWITCH. However, during blackout, unless the ALARM
ACK SWITCH is turned on within 2 minutes, the ALARM BUZZER stops
automatically.
4) At the time of power failure, only the voices from the Microphone Unit are
recorded. The other data are not recorded.
5) If the power failure continues for 2 hours, the Power Supply Unit in the Recording
Control Unit automatically cuts off the power output.
6) If the power failure detected is wrong, follow the procedures described in 3.3:
Trouble Shooting.
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3. If the brightness of LEDs needs to be adjusted:
1) To adjust the brightness of the LEDs on the External Operation Board, turn the
DIMMER VOLUME knob.
2) Turning it clockwise heightens their brightness, while turning it anti-clockwise
lowers it.
3) Even if the DIMMER VOLUME knob is turned anticlockwise to the limit, the
LEDs still exert light.
1.5.3 Power Supply Unit
1.5.3.1.1 Names and functions of each part of the Power Supply Unit

1) POWER SWITCH 2) FUSE 3) BATTERY 4) POWER LED 5) BATTERY VOLTAGE
TEST TERMINAL

6) BLACKOUT 7) POWER 8) FAN
TEST SWITCH SOURCE











9) BATTERY READY LED 10) BATTERY OP. LED 11) FAN ABN. LED 12) INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE
SWITCH

Figure 5. Names of parts of the Power Supply Unit
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Table 5: Names and Functions of the Power Supply Unit
No. Names and Functions
1) POWER SWITCH:
The main power switch of the Recording Control Unit.
2) FUSE:
Glass fuse (5A) for protecting the power supply line from outside.
3) BATTERY (Left half of the Power Supply Unit):
Supplies DC24V power for 2 hours to the Recording Control Unit, the
Protective Capsule Unit, and the Microphone Unit.
4) POWER LED:
Lights when the AC power is supplied from outside. It turns off when
the power is supplied by the standby battery at the time of blackout.
5) BATTERY VOLTAGE TEST TERMINAL:
Used to measure the voltage of the battery using a tester. The charged
voltage can be monitored when the AC power is supplied from outside.
To monitor the battery voltage, be sure that the POWER SWITCH is off.
6) BLACKOUT TEST SWITCH:
Used to test the blackout functions. When it is held down, the AC power
from outside is shut out. When it is released, the power is restored.
7) POWER SOURCE (Right half of the Power Supply Unit):
Includes the AC/DC power source, the DC/DC power source, and the
battery charge control.
8) FAN (2 sets: Right side of the Power Supply Unit):
Used to cool down the AC/DC power source. (Its rpm can be monitored)
9) BATTERY READY LED:
Lights up when the blackout battery is ready.
10) BATTERY OP. LED:
Lights up when the blackout battery is in operation.
11) FAN ABN. LED:
Lights up when either of the two fans stops operation.
12) INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE SWITCH:
Used to select the level of the voltage of the power source supplied to the
Recording Control Unit.

1.5.3.2 How to operate the Power Supply Unit
1. Starting the power source:
1) Make sure that the voltage level of the power to be supplied and the level
indicated by the INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE SWITCH are equal. If they are not,
turn the switch so that both levels match.

ATTENTION
When turning the INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE SWITCH, make sure that the
POWER SWITCH is off. If the POWER SWITCH is on, do not turn the INPUT
VOLTAGE RANGE SWITCH.

2) Turn on the POWER SWITCH.
3) Then the POWER LED and BATTERY READY LED light up.

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2. Stopping the power source:
1) Before turning off the power source, press the BACKUP STOP SWITCH and stop
the backup of PC CARD.

ATTENTION Before turning the power source, be sure that the PC CARD LED on the
Operation Panel Board is off. Turning off the POWER SWITCH while the PC
CARD LED is on may result in the physical damage to the PC CARD. Make
sure to stop backup by pressing the BACKUP STOP SWITCH.

2) Press the BACKUP STOP SWITCH on the Operation Panel Board.
3) Make sure that the PC CARD LED on the Operation Panel Board is off.
4) Turn off the POWER SWITCH.
5) Then all the LEDs turn off.
3. Testing the blackout functions:
1) Hold down the BLACKOUT TEST SWITCH. (While it is held down, AC power
input is cut off.)
2) While the BLACKOUT TEST SWITCH is held down, check the following items. If
they all happen, the battery is in normal operation.
The POWER LED of the Power Supply Unit turns off.
The BATTERY READY LED of the Power Supply Unit turns off.
The BATTERY OP. LED of the Power Supply Unit lights up.
The ALARM BUZZER sounds.
The BLACKOUT LED on the Operation Panel Board blinks.
The DAU ERROR LED on the Operation Panel Board blinks.
The POWER LED on the External Operation Board blinks.
The ERROR LED on the External Operation Board blinks.
After a few seconds, the FGB ERROR LED on the Operation Panel Board blinks.
3) Release the BLACKOUT TEST SWITCH, then the following happen.
The POWER LED of the Power Supply Unit lights up.
The BATTERY READY LED of the Power Supply Unit lights up.
The BATTERY OP. LED of the Power Supply Unit turns off.
The ALARM BUZZER stops sounding.
The BLACKOUT LED on the Operation Panel Board turns off.
The DAU ERROR LED on the Operation Panel Board turns off.
The POWER LED on the External Operation Board lights up.
The ERROR LED on the External Operation Board turns off.
After a few seconds, the FGB ERROR LED on the Operation Panel Board turns
off.

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4. If the FAN ABN. LED lights up:
Follow the procedures described in 3.3: Trouble Shooting.

CAUTION
If the FAN ABN. LED lights up, either of the two fans of the Power Supply Unit is
out of operation and needs to be replaced with a new one. Ignoring the caution
may result in failures Please contact the Sales Department, the nearest branch
company, a branch office, a sales office, or any agent of Japan Radio Co., Ltd. and
ask them to replace it.

1.5.4 Data Processor Unit
1.5.4.1 Names of each part of the Data processor Unit
1) RECORDING LED 20) LAN CONNECTOR 21) COM CONNECTOR 23) AUDIO IN CONNECTOR
25) RGB IN
2) RESTART SWITCH CONNECTOR



3) REC STOP SWITCH


4) PC CARD LED




5) MEDIA LED

6) BACKUP STOP SWITCH

7) INITIAL ERROR LED

8) MIC ERROR LED 26) RGB OUT
CONNECTOR
9) BER ERROR LED

10) BLACKOUT LED 18) PC CARD

11) CAPSULE ERROR LED

12) DAU ERROR LED 19) PC CARD
EJECT BUTTON
13) MCB ERROR LED

14) FGB ERROR LED

15) ARB ERROR LED


27) LAN
16) FUNCTION SWITCH CONNECTOR


17) OPERATION PANEL 22) MAIN CONTROL 24) AUDIO RECORDING 28) FRAME GRABBER
BOARD BOARD BOARD BOARD

Figure 6: The Data Processor Unit
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Table 6: Names and Functions of the Data Processor Unit (1/2)
No. Names and Functions
1) RECORDING LED (OPB):
Lights up when the data are being successfully recorded onto the
Protective Capsule Unit.
2) RESTART SWITCH (OPB):
Used to restart recording the data onto the Protective Capsule Unit.
3) REC STOP SWITCH (OPB):
Used to stop recording the data onto the Protective Capsule Unit.
4) PC CARD LED (OPB):
Lights up when the data are being successfully recorded onto the PC
CARD.
Turns off when the PC CARD is either loadable or unloadable.
5) MEDIA LED (OPB):
Lights up when a PC CARD is not loaded or unable to record data
correctly.
6) BACKUP STOP SWITCH (OPB):
Used to stop recording the data into the PC CARD.
7) INITIAL ERROR LED (OPB):
Lights up when there is a discrepancy in the configuration data between
the Protective Capsule Unit and the Recording Control Unit.
8) MIC ERROR LED (OPB):
Lights up when an abnormality is detected in the Microphone Unit at
any of the microphone checkups held at startup and every 12 hours.
9) BER ERROR LED (OPB):
Lights up when the BER value is registered below 10
-8
at the checkup of
reading data after writing the data onto the Protective Capsule Unit.
10) BLACKOUT LED (OPB):
Lights up when in operation using the blackout battery.
11) CAPSULE ERROR LED (OPB):
Lights up when an abnormality is detected in the communication
between Protective Capsule Unit and the Recording Control Unit.
12) DAU ERROR LED (OPB):
Lights up when an abnormality is detected in the communication
between the Data Acquisition Unit and the Recording Control Unit. It also
lights up when no normal data are transmitted from the sensors
connected to the Data Acquisition Unit.
13) MCB ERROR LED (OPB):
Lights up when an abnormality is detected in the Main Control Board.
14) FGB ERROR LED (OPB):
Lights up when an abnormality is detected in the Frame Grabber Board.
15) ARB ERROR LED (OPB):
Lights up when an abnormality is detected in the Audio Recording
Board.
16) FUNCTION SWITCH (OPB):
Used, when held down for 3 seconds, to show the versions of the
software modules installed in the Main Control Board, the Frame Grabber
Board, and the Audio Recording Board.
17) OPERATION PANEL BOARD (OPB):
Used to display the system status of the VDR and its alarm information.
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Table 7: Names and Functions of the Data Processor Unit (2/2)
No. Names and Functions
18) PC CARD (MCB):
Used as an alternative media onto which to record the same data as the
one stored in the Protective Capsule Unit.
19) PC CARD EJECT BUTTON (MCB):
Used to remove the PC CARD from the system. Eject the PC CARD only
after the BACKUP STOP SWITCH is pressed and the PC CARD LED is
confirmed off.
20) LAN CONNECTOR (MCB):
Used as an external I/O connector to the Main Control Board. It is
connected to the HUB Unit.
21) COM CONNECTOR (MCB):
Used as the maintenance connector to the Main Control Board. It is
connected to the maintenance PC at the time of maintenance.
22) MAIN CONTROL BOARD (MCB):
The main processing module of the Recording Control Unit.
23) AUDIO IN CONNECTOR (ARB):
Used as a connector through which to input audio signals that are
received from the Microphone Unit and the VHF communication device.
It is connected to the Junction Board of the external interface.
24) AUDIO RECORDING BOARD (ARB):
Used to compress the audio signals from the Microphone Unit and the
VHF communication device and send them to the Main Control Board.
25) RGB IN CONNECTOR (FGB):
Used as a connector through which to input the image signals from the
RADAR. It is connected to the RGB connector panel.
26) RGB OUT CONNECTOR (FGB):
Used as a connector through which to monitor the image signals from
the RADAR. It is connected to the monitor at the time of maintenance.
27) LAN CONNECTOR (FGB):
Used as an external I/O connector to the Frame Grabber Board. It is
connected to the HUB Unit.
28) FRAME GRABBER BOARD (FGB):
Used to capture image signals from the RADAR, compress them, and
send them to the Main Control Board via the HUB Unit.

1.5.4.2 How to operate the Data Processor Unit
1. To stop the recording of data onto the Protective Capsule Unit
ATTENTION Do not halt the recording of data onto the Protective Capsule Unit while
the ship is running en route. Data would not be recorded, should an
accident occurs.

1) Press the REC STOP SWITCH on the Operation Panel Board.
2) The RECORDING LED on the Operation Panel Board blinks for a minute.
3) The RECORDING LED on the External Operation Board blinks for a minute.
4) After a minute, the RECORDING LED on the Operation Panel Board turns off.
5) After a minute, the RECORDING LED on the External Operation Board turns off.
6) The recording of data onto the Protective Capsule Unit stops.
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2. To restart the recording of data onto the Protective Capsule Unit
1) Press the RESTART SWITCH on the Operation Panel Board.
2) The RECORDING LED on the Operation Panel Board lights up.
3) The RECORDING LED on the External Operation Board lights up.
4) The recording of data onto the Protective Capsule Unit restarts.
3. To back up the data stored in the PC CARD
ATTENTION
Do not remove the PC CARD while the PC CARD LED on the Operation
Panel Board is on. It may cause damage to the PC CARD. Make sure that
PC CARD LED is off.

1) Press the BACKUP STOP SWTCH on the Operation Panel Board.
2) The PC CARD LED on the Operation Panel Board blinks for about 3 seconds.
3) The PC CARD LED on the Operation Panel Board turns off.
4) Press the PC CARD EJECT BUTTON on the Main Control Board.
5) The PC CARD is ejected.
6) Remove the PC CARD, and insert it into the PCMCIA slot of a PC.
7) Copy the data from the PC CARD to the HDD in the PC, and put the PC CARD
back to the PCMCIA slot of the Main Control Board.
8) Place it in such a way that the JRC-label side points right. Be sure that the PC
CARD LED lights up.
9) When the PC CARD is inserted into the PCMCIA slot of the Main Control Board,
the PC CARD LED lights up.
10) Then the recording of data onto the PC CARD starts automatically.
11) The old data which have been recorded over 13.5 hours previously in the PC
CARD is erased.
ATTENTION
If the PC CARD LED is off for 10 minutes or more, the ALARM BUZZER
sounds and the MEDIA ERROR LED blinks. If the PC CARD is inserted
into the PCMCIA slot in the Main Control Board, the ALARM BUZZER
stops.


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4. To check the version of the software
1) Hold down the FUNCTION SWITCH on the Operation Panel Board for over 3
seconds.
2) All the LEDs on the Operation Panel Board light up for 2 seconds, showing that it
is in the version display mode.
3) The LEDs show the version information of the following three software modules,
respectively in the order of appearance:
The software module for the Main Control Board
The software module for the DSP of the Audio Recording Board
The software module for the DSP of the Frame Grabber Board
4) The version numbers are displayed in three digits, each of which respectively
means: major no.minor no.revision no.
5) The meaning of each LED on the Operation Panel Board in the version display
mode is tabulated below.
Table 8: Version information of the Software modules for the Recording Control Unit
(The Nos below correspond to the item nos in Table 6: Names and Functions of the Data Processor Unit)
No. Name of LED LED lights when
1) RECORDING LED
It shows the version of the software module for the
Main Control Board.
4) PC CARD LED
It shows the version of the software module for the
Audio Recording Board.
5) MEDIA LED
It shows the version of the software module for the
Frame Grabber Board.
7) INITIAL ERROR LED It shows the major number of the software version.
8) MIC ERROR LED It shows the minor number of the software version.
9) BER ERROR LED It shows the revision number of the software version.
10) BLACKOUT LED It shows that no software is in use.
11) CAPSULE ERROR LED It shows that no software is in use.
12) DAU ERROR LED It indicates 8.
13) MCB ERROR LED It indicates 4.
14) FGB ERROR LED It indicates 2.
15) ARB ERROR LED It indicates 1.
The version number is given as the
summation of the 4 digits indicated by
the 4 LEDs.

Table 9: Version information of the Software modules for the Recording Control Unit
On: Off:
Version no. DAU ERROR LED 8 MCB ERROR LED 4 FGB ERROR LED 2 ARB ERROR LED 1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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6) The display sequence of the version information of the software modules for the
Recording Control Unit is tabulated below.
Table 10: Version Display Sequence of the Software modules for the Recording Control Unit
No. Status of LEDs
Time in
seconds
Remarks
1 The LEDs show the status of the system.
The FUNCTION SWIT-
CH is on for over 3
seconds.
2 All the LEDs light up. 2
Start of the version
display mode
3 The LEDs display the major # of the Main Control Board. 5
4 The LEDs display the minor # of the Main Control Board. 5
5 The LEDs display the revision # of the Main Control Board. 5
6 All the LEDs light up. 2
Switching the software
module
7 The LEDs display the major # of the Audio Recording Board. 5
8 The LEDs display the minor # of the Audio Recording Board. 5
9
The LEDs display the revision # of the Audio Recording
Board.
5
10 All the LEDs light up. 2
Switching the software
module
11 The LEDs display the major # of the Frame Grabber Board. 5
12 The LEDs display the minor # of the Frame Grabber Board. 5
13 The LEDs display the revision # of the Frame Grabber Board. 5
14 All the LEDs light up. 2
End of the version
display mode
15 The LEDs show the status of the system. Normal display mode

7) Display examples of the version information of the software modules for the
Recording Control Unit are shown below.
Table 11: Examples of the version information of the software modules for the Recording Control
Unit
The version of the software module for the Main Control Board is 1.0.5
The version of the software module for the Audio Recording Board is 1.1.3
The version of the software module for the Frame Grabber Board is 1.2.7
How the case above is displayed by LED is shown below.
On: Off:
Display Sequence ()
No. Name of LED
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1) RECORDING LED
4) PC CARD LED
5) MEDIA LED
7) INITIAL ERROR LED
8) MIC ERROR LED
9) BER ERROR LED
10) BLACKOUT LED
11) CAPSULE ERROR LED
12) DAU ERROR LED
13) MCB ERROR LED
14) FGB ERROR LED
15) ARB ERROR LED
Display Time (in second) 2 5 5 5 2 5 5 5 2 5 5 5 2
Board displayed MCB ARB FGB
MCB: Main Control Board ARB: Audio Recording Board FGB: Frame Grabber Board
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1.6 Data Acquisition Unit (NCT-58)
1.6.1 Names of Parts of the Data Acquisition Unit (NCT-58)

7) ANALOG INPUT MODULE (OPTION)










4) POWER SUPPLY
UNIT
5) DATA CONTROL
BOARD



3) NOISE FILTER
UNIT


2) FUSE






6) JUNCTION BOARD
1) POWER SUPPLY
SWITCH
8) MAINTENANCE
COM CONNECTOR









Figure 7: Data Acquisition Unit
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11) SYSTEM ERROR LED 9) SENSOR INPUT MONITOR LED 14) CONFIGURATION SWITCH

12) RUN LED 10) NET ERROR LED 13) SENSOR CONNECTION
15) LAN SWITCHES
CONNECTOR





























Figure 8: Data Control Board

Table 12: Name and Functions of Each Part of the Data Acquisition Unit
No. Names and Functions
1)
POWER SUPPLY SWITCH:
The main switch of the Data Acquisition Unit
2)
FUSE:
Used to protect the Data Acquisition Unit from the input of the AC
power supply.
3)
NOISE FILTER UNIT:
Used as the line filter of the AC power source and the protection
circuit against overcharge voltage of the Data Acquisition Unit.
4)
POWER SUPPLY UNIT:
Used as the AC/DC Power Supply Unit of the Data Acquisition Unit.
5)
DATA CONTROL BOARD (DCB):
Used as the Main Processing Board of the Data Acquisition Unit and to
display the status of the DAU.
6)
JUNCTION BOARD (JB):
Used as the interface of the external wiring.
7)
ANALOG INPUT MODULE: (Option)
Used to input analog signals (voltage or current signals). It is an
option and can be installed with the capacity of up to 4 channels.
8)
MAINTENANCE COM CONNECTOR:
Used to monitor the status of the system at the time of maintenance.
It is connected to the COM port of the maintenance PC.


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Table 13: Name and Functions of Each Part of the Data Control Board
No. Names and Functions
9)
SENSOR INPUT MONITOR LED:
Used to display the status of the input from the sensor for each
channel. (1-16 ch)
The OK LED lights if the input received from the sensor is normal.
The NG LED lights if the input received from the sensor is not normal.
Neither OK LED nor NG LED lights up when the relevant SENSOR
CONNECTION SWITCH is set OFF or its channel is set disable.
10)
NET ERROR LED:
Lights when an abnormality is detected in the communication
between the Data Acquisition Unit and the Recording Control Unit.
11)
SYSTEN ERROR LED:
Lights when an abnormality is detected in the Data Acquisition Unit.
12)
RUN LED:
Lights when the Data Acquisition Unit is in normal operation.
13)
SENSOR CONNECTION SWITCHES:
Used to set whether or not to monitor the input signals from the
sensor for each channel. If it is set OFF, it sends out no error signal
even if the data from the sensor for the relevant channel is not normal.
In such a case, neither the OK nor the NG LED of SENSOR INPUT
MONITOR LED lights up, though the input data from the sensors of
the Recording Control Unit continues to be output.
14)
CONFIGURATION SWITCH:
Used exclusively for maintenance. Do not touch it.
15)
LAN CONNECTOR:
Used as the output connector for the data from the sensors of the Data
Control Board Unit. It is connected to the Recording Control Unit via the
Junction Board.

1.6.2 Operational Method of the Data Acquisition Unit (NCT-58)
1.6.2.1 Data Acquisition Unit
To operate the Data Acquisition Unit, open the top cover.
1. Starting the Data Acquisition Unit
1) Turn on the Data Acquisition Unit.
2) The RUN LED on the Data Control Board lights up.
3) The OK LED of the SENSOR INPUT MONITOR LED on the Data Control Board lights
up. (Only for the channel connected with a sensor)
4) If any of the NG LED of the SENSOR INPUT MONITOR LED or the NET ERROR
LED or the SYSTEM ERROR LED lights up, follow the procedures described in 3.3:
Trouble Shooting.
2. Stopping the Data Acquisition Unit
1) Turn off the Data Acquisition Unit.
2) All the LEDs on the Data Control Board turn off.

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1.6.2.2 Data Control Board
1. Setting the connection for each sensor
1) Follow the instructions below if any of the sensors connected to the Data Acquisition
Unit cannot output signals for a long time due to malfunction or like.
2) Find which of the SENSOR CONNECTION SWITCHES corresponds to the sensor in
trouble in Table 14.
3) Turn off the relevant SENSOR CONNECTION SWITCH.
4) Turn off the Data Acquisition Unit and start it again.
5) Make sure that the both the OK and NG LEDs of the SENSOR INPUT MONITOR
LEDs turn off.
6) No ALARM BUZZER sounds even if no data are receiving from the sensor connected
to this port. (The data are being sent to the Recording Control Unit, though.)
7) Be sure to turn on the SENSOR CONNECTION SWITCH that has been turned off if
the sensor in trouble is restored to normal.

Table 14: Name and Functions of Each Part of the Data Acquisition Unit
SENSOR
CONNECTION
SWITCH
Port
SENSOR INPUT
MONITOR LED
S1-1 NMEA SENSOR INPUT 1 OK1/NG1
-2 2 OK2/NG2
-3 3 OK3/NG3
-4 4 OK4/NG4
-5 5 OK5/NG5
-6 6 OK6/NG6
-7 7 OK7/NG7
-8 8 OK8/NG8
S2-1 9 OK9/NG9
-2 10 OK10/NG10
-3 11 OK11/NG11
-4 12 OK12/NG12
-5 13 OK13/NG13
-6 14 OK14/NG14
-7 15 OK15/NG15
-8 16 OK16/NG16

The switch at your left is S1 and the other at you right is S2 if you face the Data
Acquisition Unit. For both S1 and S2, the counting of the switch numbers start from the
left (1 through 8 for S1, 9 through 16 for S2).
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2. Displaying the version number of the software module for the Data Control Board
1) Turn on the switch 2 (the left to the 2
nd
switch) of the CONFIGURATION SWITCH on
the Data Control Board.
2) Turn off the Data Control Unit, and reboot it.
3) The software version number is displayed in this way:
major no.minor no
Both the major no and minor no are expressed in digits 1 though 15.
4) The major no is indicated by the OK LEDs of the SENSOR INPUT MONITOR LED.
5) The minor no is indicated by the NG LEDs of the SENSOR INPUT MONITOR LED.
6) The channel number of the SENSOR INPUT MONITOR LED corresponds to the
version number.
7) For example, if the version number is 1.3, how things look like is tabulated below.

Table 15: Example of how the software version of the Data Control Board is expressed
On: Off:
Display LED Example Meaning
SYSTEM ERROR LED Software version display mode
NET ERROR LED Software version display mode
Ch1 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 1
Ch2 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 2
Ch3 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 3
Ch4 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 4
Ch5 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 5
Ch6 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 6
Ch7 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 7
Ch8 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 8
Ch9 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 9
Ch10 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 10
Ch11 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 11
Ch12 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 12
Ch13 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 13
Ch14 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 14
Ch15 OK/NG / Major/Minor: Version no. 15
Ch16 OK/NG Unused

8) After confirming the software version number, be sure to turn off the switch 1 of
the CONFIGURATION SWITCH and reboot the Data Acquisition Unit.
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2 Specification

2.1 Protective Capsule Unit: PCU
1) Functions: The PCU is used to store the recorded the data on the vessels
navigation, hull, bridge conversations, VHF communications, and
the Radar images.
2) Performance:
a) Interface:
1) Standard: IEEE802.3
2) Protocol: TCP/IP
b) Data Recording Capacity: 1.75GB flash memory (12-hour loop)
c) Recording Period:
1) Sensor data: depends on the input from the sensor
(mostly 1 second)
2) Audio data: real-time continuous at every 1 minute
3) Image data: 1 piece of image per 15 seconds
d) Underwater Acoustic Beacon:
1) Operating frequency: 37.5kHz 1kHz
2) Operating time: minimum 30 days
3) Distance range: 1800 3600 meters
(It varies with environment)
2.2 Recording Control Unit: RCU
2.2.1 Data Processor Unit
1) Functions:
a) To control the recording control of the navigation data and the hull data onto
the Protective Capsule Unit.
b) To collect and control the recording of the bridge conversation data, the VHF
communication data, and the Radar image data onto the Protective Capsule
Unit and the PC CARD.
c) To control the over all system
2) Performance:
a) Communication with the Protective Capsule Unit:
1) Standard: IEEE802.3 (10Base-T)
2) Protocol: TCP/IP
b) Input of Sensor Data:
1) Standard: IEEE802.3 (10Base-T)
2) Protocol: TCP/IP
c) Input of Bridge Conversations:
1) Input channel: up to 9 channels
2) Input sensitivity: 6kHz
3) Recording period: real-time continuous
d) Input of VHF communications:
1) Input channel: up to 3 channels
2) Input sensitivity: 3.5kHz
3) Input level: 0 dBm, 600 , balanced
4) Recording period: real-time continuous
e) Input of Radar Images:
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1) Input channel: 1 channel
2) Input I/F: Analog RGB Hs Vs
3) Resolution: 640x350 1280x1024 pixels, 60-85Hz
4) Recording period: 1 image per 15 seconds
f) Input of Radar Images:
1) Media: PC CARD
2) Data capacity: 2GB
g) Blackout Operation:
1) Recording time at blackout: 2 hours exclusively for bridge
conversations (At the time of blackout, no
data other than the bridge conversations
are recorded)
2) Time necessary to restore from blackout: within 1 minute
(Time necessary to shift from the recording
of the bridge conversations data to the
recording to the all the data)
h) Operation Display:
1) Stopping the recording of data (to stop manually the recording of
data onto the Protective Capsule Unit)
2) Restarting the recording of data (to restart the recording of data
onto the Protective Capsule Unit)
3) Stopping the backup of data (to stop the recording of data onto the
PC CARD)
4) Displaying the software version
5) Displaying the system status
6) Displaying the system errors
i) External Alarm Output (dry contact):
1) Output for external buzzer (normal open/close)
Connection rating: DC24V 1A or less
AC125V 0.5A or less
2) Output for external alarm lamp (normal open/close)
Connection rating: DC24V 1A or less
AC125V 0.5A or less
j) External Contact Input (dry contact):
1) Number of input: maximum 3 contacts (also serve for select
input signals from Radar or GPS)
2) Output sentences: To register sentences at the time of their
making and opening

2.2.2 Power Supply Unit: PSU
a) Functions:
1) The PSU supplies power to the Recording Control Unit, the
Microphone Unit and the Protective Capsule Unit.
2) In the event of blackout, the PSU supplies power to the Recording
Control Unit and the Protective Capsule Unit for about two hours.
b) Performance:
1) Input power supply: AC100V-AC120V10%, 1-phase
50/60Hz5%
AC200V-AC240V10%, 1-phase
50/60Hz5%
2) Output power supply: DC24V
3) Maximum output: 50VA
4) Battery capacity: DC24V, 8Ah
5) Battery life expectancy: maximum 4 years
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(in case of working temperature 25C, load factor 70%)

2.2.3 HUB Unit
a) Functions:
The HUB Unit makes the Recording Control Unit, the Data
Acquisition Units and the Protective Capsule Unit Ethernet-linked.
b) Performance:
1) Number of ports: 8 ports
2) Standard: IEEE802.3 (10Base-T)

2.2.4 External Operation Board
a) Functions:
The External Operation Board incorporates LEDs, a buzzer, the
ALARM ACK SWITCH, the DIMMER Volume, to allow checkup of
the system status even when the front door is closed.
b) Performance:
1) ALARM BUZZER: voltage buzzer
acoustic pressure level (55-65dBA)
2) LED display: POWER LED
ERROR LED

2.3 Data Acquisition Unit: DAU
a) Functions:
The DAU collects data on navigation and hull condition according
to IEC61162-1. The collected data are as follows according to the
IEC61996 4.6 (IMO A.861/5.4)).
1) Date and Time (UTC)
2) Ships position measured by the electronic position fixing system
3) Ships speed (over ground/water)
4) Ships heading with a gyrocompass or magnetic compass
5) Under keel clearance
6) Main alarms (indicated in the bridge)
7) Rudder order and response data
8) Engine order and response data
9) Hull opening status (only for RO-RO passenger ships and ferry ships)
10) Watertight door / Fire door status
11) Bow acceleration and hull stress data
(Only for the ships mandated by IMO)
12) Wind direction / wind speed data (only when equipped with
measurement devices)
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b) Performance:
1) Data output interval: depends on the input from the sensors
(usually 1 second)
2) Data input interface:
IEC61162-1 (NMEA0183): 16 ports
(Compliant with NMEA0183 Ver. 1.50/2.10/2.30)
The other serial interfaces: RS-232C 2 ports
(Also serves as an IEC61162-1 port)
Analog interfaces: Max. 4 ports (option)
3) Data output interface:
Standard: IEEE802.3 (10Base-T)
Protocol: TCP/IP
4) Input power supply: 100VAC to 240VAC 10%
1-phase 50/60Hz 5%
c) Operations:
1) SENSOR CONNECTION SWITCH (for each input port)
2) CONFIGURATION SWITCH

d) Display: by LED
1) System Status
2) System error
3) Network error
4) Input line monitor

2.4 Microphone Unit
a) Functions: The Microphone Unit records the bridge communications.
b) Performance:
1) Shape: Ceiling built-in type/exposed type
2) Type: Electric condenser type
3) Directional characteristics: Hemisphere directivity
4) Power supply: DC12V (phantom power supply)
5) Test function: Built-in test speaker

2.5 Waterproof Microphone Unit (Option)
a) Functions: The Waterproof Microphone Unit records the wing communications.
b) Performance:
1) Shape: Mounted on the wall or ceiling
2) Type: Electric condenser type
3) Power supply: DC12V (phantom power supply)
4) Test function: Built-in test speaker
5) Waterproof: IPX6

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2.6 External Alarm Unit (Option)
a) Functions: The External Alarm Unit extends the VDRs alarm function when the
Recording Control Unit is not installed in the Wheelhouse. It should
be mounted in the Wheelhouse.
b) Performance:
1) Function: The External Alarm Unit has the same
function as the External Operation Board of
the Recording Control Unit.
2) Shape: Built-in type or exposed type
3) Power supply: DC12V from the Recording Control Unit


2.7 Environment Condition
2.7.1 Location
a) Usage Conditions:
Target vessels: Mercantile vessels of 3000G/T or more that are engaged in
international voyage
All the passenger vessels of 150G/T or more that are engaged
in international voyages

b) Unit installation locations:
1) The Protective Capsule Unit: External deck above bridge
2) The Connection Box: External deck above bridge
3) The Recording Control Unit: Bridge (chart space or electronic
room)
4) The Data Acquisition Unit: Vicinity of navigation console or
chart space
5) The Microphone Unit: Ceiling or bulkhead

c) Installation methods:
1) The Protective Capsule Unit: Mounted on the deck
2) The Connection Box: Mounted on the deck
3) The Recording Control Unit: Hung on the bulkhead
4) The Data Acquisition Unit: Hung on the bulkhead
5) The Microphone Unit: Built into the ceiling or wall, or exposed
on the ceiling

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2.7.2 Power supply environment
a) AC power supply input range:
1) AC100/110/115/120V 10%
2) AC200/220/240V 10%

b) AC power supply frequency fluctuation range:
1) 50Hz 5%
2) 60Hz 5%

2.7.3 Environment
a) The Protective Capsule Unit:
There must be no damage in the final recording media and no missing data under
the following conditions:
1) Shock: 50G half sine curve pulse of 11 milliseconds cycle
2) Penetration: Dropping a pin-shaped material of 250kg in weight
and 100mm in diameter from the height of 3m
3) Fire: 10 hours in flames of 260C/hour in flames of
1100C
4) Deep-sea water pressure: 60Mpa (pressure under 6000m in depth)
5) Operation temperature: -25C to +55C
6) Storage temperature: -55C to +70C
7) Vibration: 2Hz to 13.2Hz 1.0mm
13.2Hz to 100Hz 0.7G
b) Waterproof Microphone Unit
1) Operation temperature range: -25C to +55C
2) Storage temperature: -25C to +70C
3) Temperature and humidity: +40C, 93% (non condensing)
4) Vibration: 2Hz to 13.2Hz 1.0mm
13.2Hz to 100Hz 0.7G
c) Recording Control Unit, Data Acquisition Unit, Microphone Unit, External Alarm Panel
1) Operation temperature range: -15C to +55C
2) Temperature and humidity: +40C, 93% (non condensing)
3) Vibration: 2Hz to 13.2Hz 1.0mm
13.2Hz to 100Hz 0.7G

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Do not make checking or repairs of the inside of the equipment by yourself.
Checking or repairs by anyone other than our professional maintenance
staff may result in a fire or an electric shock.
Ask for checking or repairs of the inside of the equipment to the Sales
Department, the nearest branch company, a branch office, a sales office, or
any agent of Japan Radio Co., Ltd.
Do not use organic agents such as thinner and benzine to clean
the surface. These agents damage the surface coating.
Be sure to remove dirt and dust, if any, from the surface and
wipe it with a clean dry cloth.
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ATTENTION


3.1 Daily Maintenance
The life span of the equipment greatly depends on the adequacy of maintenance. To keep
it in an optimum operating condition, perform inspections of the equipment regularly.
Inspections enable problems to be identified before they become major malfunctions.

3.1.1 Cleaning

CAUTION

If the equipment is splashed with seawater or fresh water, wipe it dry
immediately. Ignoring the caution may result in failures or operational
malfunctions.

To remove stains from the equipment, gently wipe it with a soft cloth lightly impregnated
with neutral detergent.

3.1.2 Check the exchange term of the battery
Check the exchange term of the RCU battery and the underwater acoustic beacon that is
fixed above the capsule.
If the term of validity is approaching, contact the Sales Department, the nearest branch
company, a branch office, a sales office, or any agent of Japan Radio Co., Ltd.
WARNING
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3.2 Periodic Inspection
Yearly inspections are recommended on the inside of the equipment and on its connections
with the Power Supply Unit and the other devices. For these inspections, you will be
charged.

3.3 Troubleshooting
If the equipment does not function correctly, look into the list below for its symptom. Follow
the instruction for the symptom, for which the cause and the action to be taken are also
provided. If the symptom still persists or the symptom is not listed below, contact the Sales
Department, the nearest branch company, a branch office, a sales office, or any agent of
Japan Radio Co., Ltd.

3.3.1 The Recording Control Unit (NDV-132)
(1) Symptom Table for The Power Supply Unit (NBL-313)
Symptom Causes Actions
No power is supplied from the
switchboard.
Check the switchboard.
The voltage level indicated by the
INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE SWITCH
and the input voltage level does not
match.
Turn the knob so that the voltage
level indicated by the INPUT
VOLTAGE RANGE SWITCH
coincides with the input voltage
level.
POWER SWITCH is not on. Turn on the POWER SWITCH.
The AC-line fuse is meltdown. Check the AC-line fuse in the
Power Supply Unit. If it is
meltdown, replace it with a spare
fuse.
POWER LED fails
to light.
Fault in the Power Supply Unit Contact us.
No power is supplied from the
switchboard.
Check the switchboard. The BATTERY OP.
LED lights up.
The fuse for the AC power source is
meltdown.
Check the fuse for the AC power
source and, if it is meltdown,
replace it with a spare fuse.
The battery cable is disconnected. Contact us.
The fuse for the battery is meltdown. Contact us.
BATTERY READY
LED fails to light.
The battery is aging. Check the exchange term of the
battery. If the term has passed,
contact us.
FAN ABN. LED
lights up.
The fan is not working. Contact us.

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(2) Symptom Table for The Data Processor Unit (NDL-44)
Symptom Causes Actions
The sounding
ALARM BUZZER
with continuous
sound cannot be
stopped by pressing
the ALARM ACK
SWITCH.
The software runs out of control. Reboot the Recording Control Unit.
The Recording Control Unit is off.
The power is not supplied to the
Protective Capsule Unit.
Check the switchboard.
Turn on the Power Supply Unit.
Stop manually the recording of data
onto the Protective Capsule Unit.
Press the RESTART SWITCH on
the Operation Panel Board and
restart the recording of data.
Faulty wiring between the Recording
Control Unit and the Protective
Capsule Unit
Check the Connection Box.
RECORDING LED
fails to light.
Fault in the Recording Control Unit
Fault in the Protective Capsule Unit
Reboot the Recording Control Unit
and see if it works normally. If it
doesnt, contact us.
The BACKUP STOP SWITCH is kept
on.
Press the PC CARD EJECT
BUTTON and remove it from the
Main Control Board. Then put it
back again.
No PC CARD is loaded. Insert a PC CARD into the
PCMCIA slot of the Main Control
Board.
Fault in the PC CARD Press the PC CARD EJECT
BUTTON and remove it from the
Main Control Board. Then put it
back again.
The PC CARD LED
fails to light up.
Fault in the Recording Control Unit Reboot the Recording Control Unit
and see if it works normally. If it
doesnt, contact us.
Mismatching in the information
between the Recording Control Unit
and the Protective Capsule Unit.
While holding the FUNCTION
SWITCH, press the RESTART
SWITCH.
Faulty wiring between the Recording
Control Unit and the Protective
Capsule Unit.
Check the Connection Box.
INITIAL ERROR
LED lights up.
Fault in the Recording Control Unit
Fault in the Protective Capsule Unit
Reboot the Recording Control Unit
and see if it works normally. If it
doesnt, contact us.




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Symptom Causes Actions
Faulty wiring between the Recording
Control Unit and the Protective
Capsule Unit
Check the Connection Box. The CAPSULE
ERROR LED lights
up.
Fault in the Recording Control Unit
Fault in the Protective Capsule Unit
Reboot the Recording Control Unit,
and see if the symptom persists. If
so, contact us.
The BER ERROR
LED lights up.
Fault in recording the data in the
Protective Capsule Unit
The BER error may occur
temporarily.
But the error usually is canceled
after less than 2 days
automatically.
If the error is not canceled after 2
days, contact us.
Fault in sensors Check if the NG LEDs of the
SENSOR INPUT MONITOR LEDs
in the Data Control Board of the
Data Acquisition Unit is on. If they
are on, check the sensors
connected to the relevant
Channels.
Faulty wiring between the Recording
Control Unit and the Data Acquisition
Unit
Check the wiring between the
Recording Control Unit and the
Data Acquisition Unit.
The DAU ERROR
LED lights up.
Fault in the Recording Control Unit
Fault in the Data Acquisition Unit
Reboot the Recording Control Unit
and the Data Acquisition Unit. See
if the symptom persists. If so,
contact us.
Fault in the Audio Recording Board
Fault in the Microphone Unit
Check the wiring between the
Microphone Unit and the Recording
Control Unit.
The MIC ERROR
LED lights up.
Alarm sounds due to a large noise. Reboot the Recording Control Unit
in such an environment where
there is no large noise nearby.
Power failure Check the power supply in the
Recording Control Unit.
No power is supplied from the
switchboard.
Check the switchboard.
The BLACKOUT
LED lights up.
The fuse for the AC power source is
meltdown.
Check the fuse for the AC power
source and, if it is meltdown,
replace it with a spare fuse.
The MCB LED
lights up.
Fault in the Main Control Board Reboot the Recording Control Unit,
and see if the symptom persists. If
so, contact us.
The ARB LED lights
up.
Fault in the Audio Recording Board Reboot the Recording Control Unit,
and see if the symptom persists. If
so, contact us.
The FGB LED lights
up.
Fault in the Frame Grabber Board Reboot the Recording Control Unit,
and see if the symptom persists. If
so, contact us.
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3.3.2 The Data Acquisition Unit (NCT-58)
Symptom Causes Actions
No power is supplied from the
switchboard.
Check the switchboard.
POWER SWITCH is not on. Turn on the POWER SWITCH.
The AC-line fuse is meltdown. Check the AC-line fuse in the
Power Supply Unit. If it is
meltdown, replace it with a spare
fuse.
Faulty wiring of the Power Supply Check the wiring of the Power
Supply.
RUN LED fails to
light.
Fault in the Data Acquisition Unit Reboot the Data Acquisition Unit,
and see if the symptom persists. If
so, contact us.
Faulty wiring between the Data
Acquisition Unit and the Recording
Control Unit
Check the wiring between the
Data Acquisition Unit and the
Recording Control Unit.
NET ERROR LED
lights up.
Fault in the Recording Control Unit
Fault in the Data Acquisition Unit
Reboot the Recording Control Unit
and the Data Acquisition Unit, and
see if the symptom persists. If so,
contact us.
SYSTEM ERROR
LED lights up.
Fault in the Data Acquisition Unit Reboot the Data Acquisition Unit,
and see if the symptom persists. If
so, contact us.
SENSOR INPUT
MONITOR LED fails
to light.
The SENSOR CONNECTION
SWITCHES are off.
Turn on the SENSOR CONNEC-
TION SWITCH for every channel
that is connected with a normal
sensor.
Faulty wiring Check the wiring between the
Data Acquisition Unit and the
sensors.
NG LEDs of
SENSOR INPUT
MONITOR LEDs
light up.
Fault in sensor(s) Check the sensor(s) connected to
the relevant port(s).

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4. Outline Drawings

4.1 Recording Control Unit: NDV-132


































The Outline Drawing of the Recording Control Unit
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4.2 Data Acquisition Unit: NCT-58



































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4.3 Protective Capsule Unit: NDH-288B




















UNIT: mm




The Outline Drawing of the Protective Capsule Unit

Painting color: Fluorescent orange
Mass: 19kg
Compass safe distance: 0.6m
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4.4 Connection Box: NQE-3149






























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4.5 Microphone Unit: NVT-156


































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4.6 Waterproof Microphone Unit: NVT-157
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4.7 External Alarm Unit: NCG-150
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50

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51
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52

5.4 Waterproof Microphone Unit
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The Block Diagram of Waterproof Microphone Unit

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