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SERVICE MANUAL

- INMARSAT-C
MOBILE EARTH STATION
Ku-BAND
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MINI-C VSAT
MOBILE EARTH STATION
MODEL

FELECOM
FV-100 18, 19
F-18/19/PC(VMS) Terminal
Ver.01.06 (AMS)

FELCOM 19

FELCOM 18
st

1 Edtion: 2012/11
nd
2 Edition: 2013/05

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Date:

FQ5-2013-005

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2013-02

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SONAR
FNR
FNZ

FELCOM 18/19

Ver. 01.05 Software Upgrade

URGENCY: At your earliest convenience and at installation,

E/S
FCV

EN
T

IA

L

Symptom
(1) IC-218(Terminal Unit)/IC-219(Communication unit) is not communicated with PC by
LAN.
After turning off the power and on it again, IC-218/IC-219 operates normally, but the
symptoms may occur
(2) After turning on the power of IC-218, the unit freezes and the only [Esc] key operates.
After turning off the power and on it again, the symptom is not remedied.
Cause
When the power of IC-218/IC-219 is turned on, initialization is interrupted.


RADAR


NAV

NF
ID

Remedy
Upgrade the software of TERMCPU, COMMCPU and PC to Ver. 01.05 as shown in below
table.
Software name

Program number

IC-218

TERMCPU
(16P0283B)
PC
COMMCPU
(16P0282)
PC

1650247-01.05

Methods for
update
FELCOM18_V01.05_R1905_S_SD.zip SD card

1650240-01.05
1650248-01.05

FELCOM18_PC_V01.05_R1905.zip
FELCOM19_V01.05_R1905_S.zip

PC
LAN

1650241-01.05

FELCOM19_PC_V01.05_R1905.zip

PC

CO

Unit

IC-219

Folder name

Factory modified sets


SSB


FD
FAX
SU

IC-218
3598-0831, 3598-1004, 3598-1089 to 1091, 3598-1140 to 1142, 3598-1151 and after
IC-219
3599-0312 and after
Note: The current Boot software program (version number 1650238-01.03) is installed
on the factory modified sets. Refer to Furuno Information FQ5-2013-006.


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Change to be made:
In “Other Inf.” of SSAS Message Contents, a maximum of 360 characters is able to be
entered.
Note:
1. FELCOM 18, when upgrading the software of TERMCPU (IC-218),
1.1 If IC-218 freezes and the software of the unit is upgraded to Ver. 01.05,
the following log is not saved in each mode.
(When the unit operates normally and is upgraded, the log is saved.)
Service mode
System Log
Sent Report Log

L

Normal mode
Sent Message Log
Received Message Log

EN
T

IA

1.2 Upgrade the software to the current version by an SD card.
1.3 Copy the following files in the root directory when upgrading the software by an SD
card.
- BOOT.INI
- F18TERM.BIN
- SDLOADER.BIN
2. How to check the program number of FELCOM 18/19
Refer to Service manual of FELCOM 18/19.
Program version number is displayed in the following mode screens.

NF
ID

1. In Diagnostic Test of Service mode,
1.1 Select [F8:Setup] -> 1.System Setup -> “Command Window”.
1.2 Enter JOB No. and Password.
1.3 Select [Options] -> 8.Test -> 3.Diagnostic Test.

CO

2. In Diagnostic Test of Normal mode,
2.1 Select [F7:Option] -> 8.Test -> 3.Diagnostic Test.
2.2 Enter “AZSXDC” while holding down [Ctrl] key.

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FNZ

FELCOM 19

Remedy for Boot Failure

URGENCY: When symptom occurs and at installation,

IA

L

Symptom
The power of IC-219 (Communication unit) isn’t sometimes turned on and all LED doesn’t
light up.
After turning off the power and on it again, IC-219 operates normally, but the symptom may
occur.

E/S
FCV

EN
T

Normally, when IC-219 is turned on, the diagnostic test carries out automatically. LED
blinks in the order of left to right. The test takes about 30 seconds.


RADAR


NAV

NF
ID

LED

Cause
When the power of IC-219 is turned on, initialization is interrupted.


SSB

CO

Remedy
Replace with COMMCPU board on which the Boot program (Version number
1650238-01.03) is installed. (Not available to upgrade the Boot program at your side.)
Name
COMM CPU PCB LESS ID-ROM107

16P0282

Unit
IC-219

Code number
001-194-120-00


FD
FAX
SU

* This board is available from April 2013.
Factory modified sets
IC-219: 3599-0312 and after

Note: The current COMMCPU program (Version number 1650248-01.05) is installed on the
modified board. Refer to Furuno Information FQ5-2013-005.


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Addenda No. 004 to FELCOM18_19 Service Manual Pub. No. SME-56740
Addenda No. 003 to FM-8900S Service Manual Pub. No. SME-56800
Addenda No. 014 to FS-1575/2575/5075 Service Manual Pub. No. SME-56760

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Factory modified sets
serial No. added
SONAR
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(March 2013)
FNZ

FELCOM 18, FM-8900S, FS-1575/2575/5075, IF-8500

PP-510, Remedy for No Printing
URGENCY: Units requiring modification (IF-8500: serial number 2319 and before),
at installation
Symptom
This information applies to FELCOM 18, FS-1575/2575/5075 (IB-585) connected to
IF-8500 which has serial number 2319 and before (be produced before May 2008)
and the following symptoms occur.
(1) When FELCOM 18 is connected to the printer PP-510 via IF-8500,
the prints come out incomplete (a part of characters is not printed out clearly.).
(2) When FELCOM 18, FM-8900S or IB-585 is connected to PP-510 via IF-8500,
nothing prints out.
Cause
The symptom occurs due to the following causes;
(1) a reduction in output level of BUSY signal,
(2) CPU malfunction.
Remedy
Take either the following (A) or (B) remedy.
Remedy (A):
Replace with IF-8500 having serial number 2320 and after.
Remedy (B):
Modify hardware of IF-8500. Refer to the procedure described in the next page.
Factory modified sets
From production in June 2008.
IF-8500, which has serial number 2320 and after, does not exhibit the above symptoms.
Refer to Furuno Information FQ8-2008-008.
RC-1800F2: 3564-0107 and after


E/S
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RADAR


NAV


SSB


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IF-8500, How to Modify Hardware
Following describes the procedure to modify the hardware.
1. Add two resistors (1k-ohm RD-S1TJ102T-52) onto CPU Board as shown in Fig.1.
Name
Carbon resistor

Type
RD-S1TJ102T-52

Code number
000-175-865-10
R2

CPU board

CR5
CR8

1 k-ohm resistors, added

Fig.1: 1 k-ohm resistors added
1 k-ohm resistors added,
type: RD-S1TJ102T-52

Fig.2: Diagram of CPU Board

2. Put a short wire between #1 and #2 of J9 at the soldering side (the rear side of CPU
board).
3. Fix six connector jacks to CONNET Board at both sides with M3x15 screws and nuts.
Fix connector jacks to the CONNET board
at both sides with M3x15 screws and nuts.
CPU board
CONNET board

Put a short wire between #1 and #2 of J9
at the soldering side.

Fig. 3: Factory-modified IF-8500 with cover removed

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Contents

Summary
Chapter 1. Overview
1.1 Overview··········································································································1-1
1.1.1 Overview ···································································································1-1
1.1.2 Configuration ·····························································································1-2
1.1.3 Overview of Connection Port ····································································1-3
1. Connection of ADE and BDE ······································································1-3
2. [LAN] port ···································································································1-3
3. [DTE] port (FELCOM 18) ············································································1-3
4. [JUNCTION] port ························································································1-4
5. [D-GPS] port ·······························································································1-4
6. [PRINTER] port ··························································································1-4
1.1.4 Compatibility ·····························································································1-5
1. Compatibility of Antenna unit ······································································1-5
2. Compatibility of BDE board ········································································1-5
1.2 Handling of Alarm ····························································································1-6

Chapter 2. Menu Tree
2.1 Outline of menu operation ···············································································2-1
2.1.1 Menu operation for each Mode ·································································2-1
2.1.2 Settings for each Destination Type····························································2-3
1. Priority: Normal ···························································································2-3
2. Priority: Distress ·························································································2-3
2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit ··························································2-4
[Report] menu in SSAS Manager Mode ···························································2-10
2.3 FELCOM 19 Menu Tree················································································· 2-19

Chapter 3. Parts Location
3.1 BDE: FELCOM 18 ···························································································3-1
3.2 BDE: FELCOM 19 ···························································································3-7
3.3 ADE ··············································································································· 3-10

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3.4 Other unit ·······································································································3-13
3.4.1 JUNCTION BOX: IC-318········································································· 3-13
3.4.2 DISTRESS ALERT/RECEIVED CALL UNIT: IC-305 ······························· 3-14
3.4.3 ALARM UNIT: IC-306 ·············································································· 3-15
3.4.4 SSAS ALERT UNIT: IC-307····································································· 3-17

Chapter 4. System setup
4.1 Setup Menu ·····································································································4-1
4.1.1 System Setup ····························································································4-1
1. FELCOM 18 ·······························································································4-1
2. FELCOM 19 ·······························································································4-3
3. Handling of EXT Nav Data··········································································4-4
4. Handling of INT Nav Data ···········································································4-6
4.1.2 Outline of Command Window ···································································4-7
4.2 FELCOM 18: Setting IC-305 and IC-306 ·························································4-9
4.2.1 Jumper setting ··························································································4-9
4.2.2 ON/OFF setting ······················································································· 4-10
4.2.3 Testing IC-305 and IC-306 ······································································ 4-11
1. IC-305 ······································································································ 4-11
2. IC-306······································································································· 4-12
4.3 FELCOM 18: Setting IC-350 ··········································································4-12
4.3.1 Setting IC-350 ························································································· 4-12
4.3.2 ON/OFF setting for IC-350 (Command Window) ···································· 4-13
4.3.3 Testing IC-350 ························································································· 4-14
4.4 FELCOM 18, 19 External Alarm Setup ··························································4-15
4.5 FELCOM 18 and 19: Setting SSAS ······························································· 4-17
Points for operation ·························································································· 4-17
4.5.1 Jumper Setting ························································································ 4-19
4.5.2 ON/OFF setting ······················································································· 4-20
4.5.3 SSAS mode ····························································································4-21
1. Entering SSAS Manager Mode ································································4-22
2. Changing the password for entering SSAS Manager Mode ····················· 4-23
4.5.4 Editing the SSAS Report ········································································· 4-25
1. Setting SSAS Report ················································································ 4-25
2. Setting Message Contents ······································································· 4-27
4.5.5 Testing the Alert button on IC-307 ··························································· 4-28
4.5.6 Sending the Test message (executing test mode)··································· 4-30
1. If FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19 is connected with the PC terminal ··········· 4-30
2. If PC terminal is not connected with FELCOM 19 ···································· 4-31
2.1) SSAS Standard mode, Russian Mode ···············································4-31
2.2) USCG Mode······················································································· 4-33

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4.6 AMS ··············································································································· 4-35
4.6.1 Overview ································································································· 4-35
1. Overview ·································································································· 4-35
2. Alert announcement and ACK: acknowledgement ···································· 4-35
3. Alert Indication ·························································································· 4-36
4. Category of Alert ······················································································· 4-37
4.6.2 Overview for AMS Settings ····································································· 4-38
1. Menu Tree ································································································ 4-38
2. Alert Mode ································································································ 4-38
3. SFI:xxxxxx ······························································································· 4-38
4.6.3 AMS Settings ·························································································· 4-39
4.7 Data Report ·····································································································4-43
4.7.1 Overview ································································································· 4-43
1. Overview ·································································································· 4-44
2. Types of Data Report protocols ································································ 4-44
3. Sharing VMS and LRIT············································································· 4-44
4. Data Report by operating menu································································ 4-45
5. Displaying Data Report············································································· 4-45
4.7.2 Enabling/Disabling DNID········································································· 4-46
4.7.3 VMS setting ·····························································································4-48
1. Setting VMS ON ······················································································· 4-48
2. Setting VMS OFF ····················································································· 4-51
3. Checking the VMS setting ········································································4-53
4. Editing the VMS setting file (reference) ···················································· 4-54
5. Setting E-FORM ······················································································· 4-60
6. Activating E-FORM ··················································································· 4-60
7. Opening E-FORM ····················································································· 4-61
4.7.4 ON/OFF setting for LRIT Mode ·······························································4-63
4.7.5 Checking the operation status of Program Report ·································· 4-65

Chapter 5. Block Description
5.1 Configuration ···································································································5-1
5.1.1 Configuration of the board·········································································5-1
1. FELCOM 18 ·······························································································5-1
2. FELCOM 19 ·······························································································5-2
5.1.2 Major functions of the board······································································5-2
5.2 ADE ·················································································································5-4
5.2.1 Outline of Antenna unit··············································································5-4
5.2.2 Antenna element ·······················································································5-5
5.2.3 ANT RF ·····································································································5-6
5.3 BDE ·················································································································5-8
5.3.1 RF CON ····································································································5-8

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1. Transmit circuit ···························································································5-8
2. Receiving circuit ·························································································5-9
3. PLL circuit ···································································································5-9
5.3.2 TERMCPU: 16P0283B (FELCOM 18) ···················································· 5-11
5.3.3 COMMCPU: 16P0282 (FELCOM 19)······················································ 5-15
5.3.4 TERMPWR: 16P0287B (FELCOM 18) ···················································· 5-17
5.3.5 COMMPWR: 16P0288 (FELCOM 19) ····················································· 5-19

Chapter 6. Updating program
6.1 Summary ·········································································································6-1
1. Procedure for updating program ····································································6-1
2. Program file list ······························································································6-1
3. Notes··············································································································6-1
4. Checking program version ·············································································6-2
6.2 Procedure for updating the program ································································6-4
6.2.1 Updating the program via LAN: Updater ···················································6-4
6.2.2 Updating the program via LAN: upf18term.bat ··········································6-7
6.2.3 Updating program via SD card (FELCOM 18) ···········································6-9

Chapter 7. PC terminal
7.1 Installing PC terminal software ········································································7-1
7.1.1 Installing terminal software to PC ······························································7-2
7.1.2 Uninstalling PC terminal software ·····························································7-4
7.2 Installing VMS PC terminal software································································7-6
7.2.1 Installing VSM PC terminal software ·························································7-7
7.2.2 Uninstalling VMS PC terminal software ·····················································7-9
7.3 Setting up PC terminal and VMS PC terminal ··············································· 7-11
7.3.1 Setting up PC terminal and VMS PC terminal ········································· 7-12
7.3.2 When the IP address of
the Communication unit cannot be determined ···························· 7-14

Chapter 8. Maintenance
8.1 Status monitor ··································································································8-1
8.1.1 Status message·························································································8-2
1. Distress message area ···············································································8-2
2. Communication status area ········································································8-3
3. Login display area ······················································································8-5
4. Area for displaying position ·········································································8-6
5. Message window display ············································································8-6

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6. CAUTION Window······················································································8-7
7. Alert Window ···························································································· 8-12
8.1.2 Items displayed on the Status monitor ···················································· 8-14
Analysis of NG display ················································································ 8-15
8.2 [Option] -> 8. Test ·························································································· 8-19
8.2.1 PV (Performance Verification) TEST ······················································· 8-19
1. PV test sequence ····················································································· 8-19
2. Executing the PV test ··············································································· 8-19
3. Checking PV test result ············································································ 8-20
8.2.2 Diagnostic Test ························································································ 8-22
1. Diagnostic Test display area ·····································································8-23
2. REMOTE BOX display area ····································································· 8-23
3. MAIN STATE display area ········································································8-24
4. STATUS display area ··············································································· 8-25
8.2.3 Distress Button Test (Distress/SSAS Button Test) ··································· 8-26
1. Distress Button Test·················································································· 8-26
2. SSAS Button Test ····················································································· 8-26
8.3 [Options] -> 9.Maintenance (checking Log) ··················································· 8-27
8.3.1 "1. Current Position Log" ········································································· 8-27
8.3.2 "2. System Log"······················································································· 8-30
8.3.3 "3. Term Operation Log" ·········································································· 8-32
8.3.4 "4. Sent Report Log" ··············································································· 8-34
8.3.5 "5. Communication Log" ·········································································· 8-37
8.4 [Options] -> 7. LES Information ·····································································8-40
1. LES ID·········································································································· 8-40
2. Name ··········································································································· 8-40
3. Status ··········································································································· 8-40
4. Services ·······································································································8-41
5. TDM ch ········································································································ 8-41
8.5 Setting of DIP switches ·················································································· 8-42
8.6 Export/Import ·································································································8-43
1. Export··········································································································· 8-46
2. Creating directory and storing data ······························································8-47
3. Import ···········································································································8-49
8.7 Clearing memory ··························································································· 8-50
8.8 Command operation ······················································································ 8-51
8.9 Antenna unit Maintenance ············································································· 8-53

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Chapter 9. Q&A
Q1. Is it possible to cut the Antenna coaxial cable? ···············································9-1
Q2. Is there compatibility of Antenna unit between IC-118 and IC-119? ················9-1
Q3. Is there any guideline for compatibility between Antennas?····························9-1
Q4. Are there cautions for replacing the board? ····················································9-1
Q5. Is there difference between FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19? ··························9-1
Q6. Where can the program version are checked? ···············································9-1
Q7. The VMS PC Terminal program cannot be installed on PC.····························9-1
Q8. The program cannot be updated. ····································································9-1
Q9. Connection between PC terminal and Terminal unit cannot be established. ···9-2
Q10. How to re-register IMN ··················································································9-2
Q11. How to check transmission and reception ·····················································9-2
Q12. How to set IC-305, IC-306 and IC-307 ··························································9-2
Q13. What are special operations? ·······································································9-2
Q14. Is there any method to clear memory?··························································9-2
Q15. Is there any method to check whether SSAS is active? ································9-2
Q16. Is Version display of S/W displayed as the Diagnostic Test result?···············9-2
Q17. TX Power Supply and Current Level are not displayed
on STATUS display for the result of Diagnostic Test. Is this failure?········9-2
Q18. Does the 5-digit number displayed
on the System Log have meaning? ·······················································9-3
Q19. Where can the System Log be checked? ·····················································9-3
Q20. Is it possible to Export and Import SSAS setting? ·········································9-3
Q21. Is there setting of DIP SW?···········································································9-3
Q22. Is it possible to use a USB memory? ····························································9-3
Q23. Where does the SSAS unit: IC-307 need to be installed?·····························9-3
Q24. Why is the daisy chain connection used for connecting IC-307? ··················9-3
Q25. Why is the number of units
connected to IC-307 limited to three units? ·············································9-3
Q26. Procedure for setting SSAS ··········································································9-4
Q27. What will happen if the system is turned ON
while SSAS button is set to ON? ·····························································9-4
Q28. Since the password for entering SSAS Manager Mode is changed,
the system cannot enter this mode. ··························································9-4
Q29. What are differences among Standard, USCG and Russia SSAS? ··············9-4
Q30. How to set VMS ····························································································9-4
Q31. How is LRIT set?···························································································9-5
Q32. Is it possible to operate both LRIT and VMS? ···············································9-5
Q33. Is there any method to check operating status of Data Reporting?···············9-5
Q34. What is the difference between Data Report and
Message Report in [Reports] menu?·························································9-5
Q35. Is there any restriction on capacity of the SD card? ······································9-5
Q36. Where can DNID are checked? ····································································9-5

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Q37. Is it possible to loop back the SSAS message? ············································9-5
Q38. Can the result of Diagnostic Test be stored on the SD card? ·······················9-5
Q39. The error message "EEPROM ERROR" appears. ········································9-6
Q40. Although IMN is set for FELCOM 18,
IMN does not appear on the PC terminal. ·················································9-6
Q41. Can IC-315 and IC-318 on Junction Box use commonly? ····························9-6
Q42. Calculation of Frequency from Channel ························································9-6

Appendix 1. Event List

Appendix 2. Specifications

Electrical Parts List
FELCOM 18 (IC-218) ····························································································· E-1
FELCOM 18 (IC-118)······························································································ E-2
FELCOM 19 (IC-219) ····························································································· E-3
FELCOM 19 (IC-119)······························································································ E-4

Drawings
FELCOM 18 Interconnection Diagram: C5674-C01 ··············································· S-1
FELCOM 19 Interconnection Diagram: C5675-C01 ··············································· S-3
FELCOM 18 Schematic Diagram: C5674K01 ························································ S-2
FELCOM 19 Schematic Diagram: C5675K01 ························································ S-4

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Points to be checked
● No appears any Caution and Warning messages
● Is positioning data displayed properly?
● Is IMN registered?
● Is [Setup] -> System Setup Menu set?
● Is [Distress] menu set?
● Is it registered in ocean region? Login OK?
● Communication Test OK?
** PV Test, Receiving EGC,
TELEX (useful method, by Loopback test for the message)
● Is SSAS set? And carried out SSAS Button Test OK?
● Is VMS set?
● Is AMS set?
● Is LRIT working properly?
● Is S/W version checked?

1. FELCOM 18 drive
A drive: Internal Memory (Flash Memory)
C drive: SD card

2. Brightness adjustment of FELCOM 18
The brightness of the display can be adjusted at 11 levels.
- [Alt] + [F6]: The display becomes darker.
- [Alt] + [F7]: The display becomes brighter.

3. Connection of PC terminal
When connecting PC terminal or VMS PC terminal via LAN, Network setting needs to
be made on PC. For example,
IP address: 172.31.16.10, Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0, Default Gateway: N/A
As for the IP address for the Terminal unit and Communication unit, the following
address is set as default:
172.31.16.2/255.255.0.0
Note)
Note that F18 (19) PC terminal software and VMS F18 (19) PC terminal software
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4. Updating the program
The program is updated from the [LAN] port. As for FELCOM 18, the program can be
updated from the SD card too.
When updating the program by use of "Updater," the program file needs to be placed
under (root) the C drive of the PC. For example, the program may not be updated if the
program file is placed on desktop. When updating the program by use of
"upf18term.bat," the program file can be placed at any position.
As for checking S/W version,
enter Furuno service mode, and then execute [Options] -> 8.Test -> 3.Diagnostic Test.
Table 1. Program type

FELCOM 18
FELCOM 19

Program
PC
VMS PC Terminal/Comm. unit
Terminal Terminal (For LAN)
3
3
3
3
3
3

Terminal/Comm. unit
(For SD)
3
Non

5. Setting commands
Enter a command on [Setup] -> 1.System Setup > Command Window.
[Main Menu]
1. Remote Box Setup
2. External Alarm Setup
Enter JOB No.:
PASSWORD:

5.1 How to enter Service Mode
JOB No. : furunoservice
PASSWORD : felcom18 (felcom19)
5.2 How to enter SSAS Mode
JOB No. : ssas manager
PASSWORD: ship security alert (Common Password: wasuremashita+IMN)
5.3 How to change the SSAS Password
JOB No. : ssas password

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5.4 How to cancel the SSAS transmission sequence
JOB No. : ssas manager
PASSWORD: ship security alert
JOB No. : terminate ssas alert
5.5 How to exit from Furuno service mode and SSAS Mode
JOB No. : quit
-> Exiting from SSAS Mode or Furuno service mode
JOB No. : quit service -> Exiting from Furuno service mode
JOB No. : quit ssas
-> Exiting from SSAS mode
5.6 ON/OFF setting for ALM Buzzer
JOB No. : buzzer on, buzzer off
5.7 ON/OFF setting for LRIT Mode
JOB No. : lrit on
JOB No. : lrit off
JOB No. : lrit Russia
5.8 Checking operation status of VMS Programming
JOB No. : show prog
JOB No. : slcainfo (EPADR Programming)
5.9 Monitoring NMEA data
JOB No. : mon nmea (External GPS data)
mon gps (Internal GPS data)
5.10 Resetting the setting to factory setting
(All Clear: excluding FWD ID/RTN ID/Serial No.)
JOB No. : furunoservice
PASSWORD: felcom18 (felcom19)
JOB No. : clr eeprom
5.11 Initialization of internal memory: A drive
JOB No. : furunoservice
PASSWORD: felcom18 (felcom19)
JOB No. : clr intmem

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6. How to access to special setting
6.1 Re-registration of IMN, [Setup] -> 1.System Setup -> IMN
Enter "IMN" while pressing and holding down [CTRL] and [ALT] keys.
6.2 Enabling and disabling DNID, [Report] -> 4.Data Network ID
Password: data network id
6.3 Stopping SSAS (Standard Mode, Russia Mode)
Repeating ON/OFF operation of the Alert button on IC-307 within three
seconds
6.4 Password for accessing to VMS, [Report] -> 1.VMS
Password: 123456789

7. Jumper setting
7.1 IC-305, 306
As for IC-305 and IC-306, "Remote Box Setup" needs to be set on Command Window
as well as Jumper setting.
Table 2. Jumper setting

JP1
JP2

IC-305: 16P0213A
DISTRESS
Short
Short

RCV-1
Open
Short

IC-306: 16P0213B
RCV-2
Open
Open

RCV-3
Short
Open

7.2 IC-307
As for only IC-307 at the end, the JP-2 plug needs to be changed to JP-1.
"Remote Box Setup" needs to be set on Command Window.

8. Transmit and receive test
8.1 Sending the message to the own ship
This test is carried out in order to check whether message is properly received at the
own ship by sending the message to the own ship. This test also checks whether the
registered “IMN” is correct or not.

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Procedure)
1) Create an appropriate message at [File] -> 1: New.
2) Make the following setting in [Transmit] -> 1: Transmit Message.
- Priority: Normal
- Destination Type: TELEX/MES
- Country/Ocean Code: TELEX ocean region number
POR: 582,
IOR: 583, AOR-W: 584, AOR-E: 581
- Station ID: IMN of own ship
- LES ID: Select LES.
- Option
-Confirmation: ON
-Send Delay: 00:00
-Delivery Delay: Immediate
-Code: IA5
3) Move the cursor to "Transmit" and then press [Enter] key.
4) Select "YES" and then press [Enter] key to start transmitting.
5) This test is OK if the same message is received after 5 to 10 minutes.
8.2 Loopback Test
This is the Loopback LES which is checking this test is KDDI.
In other LES(s), QBF MSG is receivable. It is dependent on service of LES.
Procedure)
1) Create an appropriate message at [File] -> 1: New.
2) Make the following setting in [Transmit] -> 1: Transmit Message.
- Priority: Normal
- Destination Type: Special
- Destination: 91
- LES ID: Select LES.
- Option
-Confirmation: ON
-Send Delay: 00:00
-Delivery Delay: Immediate
-Code: IA5
3) Move the cursor to "Transmit" and then press [Enter] key.
4) Select "YES" and then press [Enter] key to start transmitting.
5) This test is OK if the same message is received after 5 to 10 minutes.
Reference)
If the message is not properly received, check "Delivery" at [Logs] -> 1.Sent
Messages. The reason why the message cannot be received can be checked.

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9. Special operation of PP-510
- Turning the system on while pressing and holding down [LF]: All characters are
printed.
- Turning the system on while pressing and holding down [NLQ]: Printer settings are
printed.

10. Replacing the board
When replacing FELCOM 18: TERMCPU board (16P0283B) and FELCOM 19:
COMMCPU board (16P0282), original EEPROM of these boards need to be used. Data,
such as RWD ID/RTN ID/Serial No./DNID/ENID/SSAS/VMS, and System settings are
stored on the EEPROM.
Also, when these boards are replaced, all items need to be set again.

EEPROM
EEPROM

FELCOM 18: TERM CPU(16P0283B)

FELCOM 19: COMM CPU(16P0282)

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Table 3. Action after replacing unit and board
Unit/ board

FELCOM 18

FELCOM 19

Action

ANT UNIT

IC-118

IC-119

TERMINAL UNIT

IC-218

IC-306

Operation check
Replacing EEPROM and
resetting
Replacing EEPROM and
resetting
Jumper setting

IC-305

Jumper setting

COMM. UNIT

IC-219

ALARM UNIT
DIS/RCVED CALL
UNIT
SSAS ALERT UNIT
JUNCTION BOX
KEY BOARD

IC-307
IC-318
5139U

IC-307
IC-318

AC/DC PWR

PR-240

PR-240

Printer
RF CON

PP-510
16P0284A

16P0284B

TERMCPU

16P0283B

COMMCPU
TERMPWR
COMMPWR
PWR C
SD USB
SW
LCD
GPS Receiver

16P0282
16P0287B
16P0214A
16P0289
16P0294
3
16P0246
(GN-8097D)

16P0288
16P0277B

Incorporating in
RF CON
(GN-8097D)

SD card

Jumper setting
Operation check
Operation check
Check the AC input power
supply setting
Operation check
Operation check
Replacing EEPROM and
resetting
Replacing EEPROM and
resetting
Operation check
Operation check
Operation check
Operation check
Operation check
Operation check
Operation check
Formatting is required.

11. Cancelling Distress Alert
The priority message (Priority: Distress) is sent to the appropriate RCC via the LES
from which the Distress Alert was transmitted.
Example of Canceling Distress Alert Message;
NAME, CALLSIGN, ID NUMBER, POSITION
Cancel my INMARSAT-C distress
Alert of DATE, TIME UTC.
=Master+

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Reference) Non-delivery notification failure codes
ABS
ACB
ADR
ANU
ATD
BK
BUS
CCD
CI
CIE
CNS
DTE
ERR
FAU
FMT
FSA
IAB
IAM
IDS
IDT
IFR
IMS
IND
INH
INV
ISR
LDE
LEF
LPE
MBB
MCC
MCF
MKO
MSO
NA
NAL
NC
NCH
NDA
NFA
NIA
NOB
NOC
NP
NTC

Absent subscriber. The mobile terminal is not logged-in to the ocean region.
Access barred.
Addressee refuses to accept message.
Deleted. The message has not been delivered within an hour and is therefore deleted.
Attempting to deliver the message.
Message aborted. Is used when a fax or PSTN-connection is cleared abnormally.
Busy.
Call cut or disconnected.
Conversation impossible.
The CES ran out of processing/communications capacity to process your message.
Call not started.
Data terminal equipment.
Used when an X.25 subscriber has cleared the connection during the call attempt.
Error.
Faulty.
Format error.
Fast select acceptance not subscribed.
Invalid answerback from destination.
Was unable to process the address information in the following message:
Invalid data from ship.
Input data timeout
Invalid facility request.
Message size is invalid, 7932 characters maximum.
Incompatible destination.
Was unable to establish the type of message from following header.
Invalid.
Invalid ship request.
Maximum acceptable message length or duration has been exceeded.
Local equipment failure.
Local procedure error.
Message broken by higher priority.
Message channel congestion.
Message channel failure.
Message killed by operator.
Machine switched off.
Correspondence with this subscriber is not admitted.
No address line is present.
No circuits.
Subscriber’s number has been changed.
There was no delivery attempt.
No final answerback.
No initial answerback.
Not obtainable.
No connection.
No party. The called party is not, or is no longer, a subscriber.
Network congestion.

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OAB
OCC
OOO
PAD
PRC
PRF
RCA
REF
RLE
RPE
RPO
SCC
SHE
SNF
SPE
SUC
TBY
TGR
TIM
TMD
UNK
WFA
WIA

Operator aborted.
Subscriber is occupied.
Out of order.
Packet assembler/disassembler.
Premature clearing.
Protocol failure.
Reverse changing acceptance not subscribed.
There was a failure in the remote equipment.
Resource limit exceeded.
Remote procedure error.
RPOA out of order.
Call completed successfully.
MES hardware error.
The satellite network has failed.
MES protocol error.
Test results being delivered.
Trunks busy.
TDM group reset.
Timeout.
Too many destinations.
Unknown. Is used when no other failure code are suitable.
Wrong final answerback.
Wrong initial answerback.

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Chapter 1. Overview
1.1 Overview
1.1 Overview
1.1.1 Overview
FELCOM 18 and 19 are successors to FELCOM 15 and 16, and equipment
configuration and operation are similar to those of FELCOM 15 and 16.
Both equipments are compliant with SSAS, VMS and LRIT function.
A setup of VMS is performed using VMS PC terminal.
- VMS_FELCOM18_PC_V01.xx_Rxxxx
- VMS_FELCOM19_PC_V01.xx_Rxxxx
FELCOM 18 is successor to FELCOM 15 and Class-2 Inmarsat-C system for
GMDSS ship.
FELCOM 19 is successor to FELCOM 16 and Class-2 Mini-C system for Non-GMDSS
ship. This equipment is installed in ships, such as pleasure boat, yacht and fishing boat,
as Communication equipment. This equipment is also used as equipment for SSAS,
VMS and LRIT function.
Table 1.1.1 Comparison between FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19
Item

FELCOM 18

FELCOM 19

EIRP
G/T

12 to 16 dBW
–23.0 dB/K
12 to 24VDC
Power Supply
(Tx: 8.0-4.0A, Rx: 1.0-0.5A)
Antenna Unit
IC-118: φ 156xH258 1.4 kg
I C-218: 270H x 320W x 139D 4.0 kg
Terminal Unit
TLX terminal, Communication control
(Communication Control
part integrated type
Unit)
Connection with terminal PC (2nd DTE)
is available.
Printer
PP-510, PP-520 (Centronics)
IC-305:
Distress Alert
Distress Alert/Received Call Unit
IC-350 (sharing connection with IC-305
Alarm Unit
is not available.)
Alarm Unit
IC-306
SSAS Alert Unit
IC-307: SSAS Alert Unit x 3set (Max)
AC/DC Power Supply Unit PR-240
Junction Box
IC-318: JUNCTION BOX
[DTE] Port
Not Used
10/100 Base-T
[LAN] Port
(for connection with terminal PC)
[USB] Port
Dedicated port for Key board
[D-GPS] Port
Available
GPS
INT: Option: GN-8097D, EXT
External Connection
SD card
Memory

7 to 16 dBW
-23.7 dB/K
12 to 24VDC
(Tx: 3.8-1.9A, Rx: 0.8-0.4A)
IC-119: φ 156xH258 1.4 kg
(IC-219: 42H x 210W x 160D 1.2 kg)
Connection with terminal PC is
available.
PC Printer
None
None
None
IC-307: SSAS Alert Unit x 3set (Max.)
PR-240
IC-318: JUNCTION BOX
None
10/100 Base-T
(for connection with terminal PC)
None
None
INT: Standard built-in (GN-8097D), EXT
None

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1.1.2 Configuration
ADE and BDE are connected by use of the coaxial cable. External units connection are
connected via JUNCTION BOX.

IC-118
Antenna Unit

FURUNO

TNC
5D-FB-CV: 30m
8D-FB-CV: 50m
12D-SFA-CV: 100m

Co-x

TNC

12 - 24VDC
100 - 220VAC

ANT

PWR
LAN

LAN

RJ45

PR-240

Backup 24VDC AC/DC Power
24VDC
Supply Unit

IC-218

AMS

PRINTER

Terminal Unit

PP-510

Key board

Key board

EPFS

Printer

25pin D-sub
USB

JUNCTION

15pin D-sub

Max. 3 set

TTYCSLA-4
or CO-0.2x5P

TTYCSLA-1
or O-0.2x2P

IC-307

SSAS Alert Unit
TTYCSLA-4
or CO-0.2x5P

IC-318

IC-307

IC-307

SSAS Alert Unit

SSAS Alert Unit

IC-306

Junction Box

Alarm Contact Signal

PC

HUB

Alarm Unit
TTYCSLA-4
or CO-0.2x5P

IC-305

or

Distress Alert/
Received Call Unit

IC-350

Alarm Unit

Fig. 1.1.1 Configuration Diagram of FELCOM 18

IC-119
FURUNO

Antenna Unit

TNC
5D-FB-CV: 30m
8D-FB-CV: 50m
12D-SFA-CV: 100m

Co-x

TNC
PWR

12 - 24VDC

ANT

IC-219

LAN

Communication unit

LAN

PC
HUB

RJ45

100 - 220VAC

15pin D-sub

PR-240
AC/DC Power
Supply Unit

24VDC

2m
TTYCSLA-1
or O-0.2x2P

IC-318
Alarm Contact Signal

AMS

JUNCTION

Junction Box

TTYCSLA-4
or CO-0.2x5P

EPFS
Max. 3 set

IC-307

SSAS Alert Unit

IC-307

SSAS Alert Unit

IC-307

SSAS Alert Unit

Fig. 1.1.2 Configuration Diagram of FELCOM 19

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1.1.3 Overview of Connection Port
1. Connection of ADE and BDE
IC-118/119 and IC-218/219 are connected by use of the coaxial cable.
This coaxial cable includes 1.5 GHz receiving RF signal, 1.6 GHz transmitting RF
signal, 1575.42 MHz receiving GPS RF signal and the power supplied to the Antenna
unit. The transmitting voltage is +28 V (+27 V) and the receiving voltage is +7 V.
The loss of the coaxial cable is estimated between 2 and 12 dB at 1.6 GHz band. Select
the specified cable according to length.
Since transmission excess input protection circuit (limiter) is built in the ANT RF
circuit in the Antenna unit, it is possible to shorten the length of the specified cable.

-148 to -136dBW/m2

FELCOM 18: 12 to 16 dBw
FELCOM 19: 7 to 16 dBw

ADE
->
<<<-

RX RF: 1537.0 to 1544.2 MHz
TX RF: 1626.5 to 1646.5 MHz
Tx: 28V/Rx: 7 V (FELCOM 18)
Tx: 27V/Rx: 7 V (FELCOM 19)

5D-FB-CV: 30 m
Tx RF In: -2 to +13 dBm
8D-FB-CV: 50 m
Rx RF Out: - 106.2 to - 82.6 dBm 12D-SFA-CV: 100 m

BDE

Tx RF Out: 10 to 15 dBm
Rx RF In: -88 to -118 dBm

Fig. 1.1.3 Connection of ADE and BDE

2. [LAN] port
By connecting the PC terminal on FELCOM 18, 19 to the [LAN] port, TELEX
communication and updating program can be carried out.
Also, VMS PC terminal needs to be connected when setting VMS.
Note that PC terminal software and VMS PC terminal software cannot be installed on
the same PC.

3. [DTE] port (FELCOM 18)
This port is not used. The specification of the input/output signal is RS-232C.

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4. [JUNCTION] port
[JUNCTION] port is connected to IC-305, -306, -307, -350, NAV data and Alarm
system via JUNCTION BOX: IC-318.
1) IC-305 and IC-306 are connected to the same connection terminal in parallel and
each unit needs to be set for identification (jumper setting). Furthermore, ON/OFF
setting for each unit is made in "Command Window." IC-350 and IC-305 cannot
be connected simultaneously.
2) A maximum of three units can be connected to IC-307. Daisy chain connection is
adopted for the connection method and each unit needs to be set for identification
(jumper setting). Furthermore, SSAS needs to be set on "Command Window."
3) NAV data accepts NAV data of 4800 bps and 38.4 kbps. The sentence includes
GLL, GSN, GGA, WPL, VTG, RMA, RMB, RMC, MTW, DBT, BWC, BWR,
VDR, VDO and ZDA.

5. [D-GPS] port
The D-GPS decoder is connected to this port. BNC-type connector is used for this
connector.
The output signal, 1537.0 MHz to 1544.2 MHz is output at the level of 50 Ω, -96 to
-110 dBm.

6. [PRINTER] port
Centronics conformance printer (PP-510 or PP-520) is connected to this port.

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1.1.4 Compatibility
1. Compatibility of Antenna unit
Antenna unit of different models cannot be used. Performance of the Antenna unit is not
guaranteed.
However, Antenna unit of difference models can be connected according to
combinations in the following table in order to determine whether ADE or BDE is out
of order for maintenance service. However, note that there is no guarantee for EIRP.
Also, be sure to use the Antenna coaxial cable having the standard length for the model
when connecting an Antenna unit of different models. For example, when connecting
the Antenna unit: IC-115 of FELCOM 15 to FELCOM 18, IC-115 or the power supply
board may break if the cable length is shorter than the specified coaxial cable length.

Table 1.1.2 Combination of antenna
ADE

FELCOM 18

FELCOM 18
(IC-118)
OK

FELCOM 19

NG Note1)

FELCOM 15

NG

Note2)

NG

Note1)

BDE

FELCOM 16

Antenna unit to be connected
FELCOM 19
FELCOM 15
(IC-119)
(IC-115)
OK
OK
OK
NG

Note2)

NG

Note2)

FELCOM 16
(IC-116)
OK

NG Note1)

OK

OK

OK

NG

Note1)

OK

Note1) There is a possibility that a PWR board may break.
Note2) There is a possibility that a power may not be turned on.

Table 1.1.3 Voltage supplied to Antenna unit and RF level

FELCOM 18
FELCOM 19
FELCOM 15
FELCOM 16

Tx V

Rx V

RF CON Tx Out

ANT RF Tx In

28 V
27 V
29 V
29 V

7V
7V
7V
7V

+10 to +15 dBm
+10 to +15 dBm
+14 ± 2 dBm
+14 ± 2 dBm

+13 to -2 dBm
+13 to -2 dBm
+3 ± 3 dBm
+3 ± 3 dBm

2. Compatibility of BDE board
There is no compatibility between the board built in IC-218 and the board built in
IC-219.

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1.2 Handling of Alarm

1.2 Handling of Alarm
Table 1.2.1 Alarm output conditions
Unit
IC-218
IC-305
IC-306

MSG
reception
Yes
No
Yes

DIS ACK
reception
Yes
Yes
No

EGC MSG reception
DIS
URG SAF/Routine
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No

Alarm when detecting
"TROUBLE"
Yes
No
Yes

Table 1.2.2 Difference of the alarm between IC-305 and IC-306
Unit
IC-305
(Distress)

IC-305
(ALM
ACK)

IC-306

Status

LED

Buzzer

Normal
Distress button: ON
Activation of Distress
Receiving Distress ACK
Normal
ALM ACK SW ON
EGC: After receiving
DIS and URG
EGC: After receiving
DIS and URG
ALM ACK SW ON
Normal
ALM RESET SW ON
After receiving the
message
After receiving the
message
ALM RESET SW ON
When detecting ALM
After detecting ALM
ALM RESET SW ON

Lights out
ON/OFF every 100ms
Lighting
1.2S ON, 0.3S OFF
Lights out
ON while pressing

OFF
ON/OFF every 100 ms
ON
1.2S ON, 0.3S OFF
OFF
ON while pressing

1.2S ON,

0.3S OFF

1.2S ON,

0.3S OFF

0.1S ON,

1.9S OFF

0.1S ON,

1.9S OFF

Lights out
ON while pressing

OFF
ON while pressing

0.6s ON, 0.6s OFF

0.6s ON, 0.6s OFF

Lights out

OFF

1S ON,

2S OFF

1S ON,

2S OFF

0.1S ON,

1.9S OF F

0.1S ON,

1.9S OFF

Table 1.2.3 Operation for stopping alarm
Unit

Reset SW

Operation

IC-218

[F10]: Stop Alarm
ALARM ACK
(Receiving EGC)

Alarms of all units are stopped.

IC-305

IC-306

ALARM RESET

The alarm period is changed.
- When receiving message:
Only the alarm of the unit which reset switch is
pressed is stopped.
- When detecting TROUBLE and WARNING:
Only the alarm of the unit which reset switch is
pressed is changed its alarm period.

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operation
Chapter 2.1
2.Outline
Menu

2.1 Outline of menu operation
2.1.1 Menu operation for each Mode
3
X
-

: Menu exists
: Menu exists, but inoperable
: No menu and no access right

Access level: Access level of operable menu
Table 2.1.1 Menu operation for each Mode
Unit
Function

F1:
File

F2:
Edit
F3:
Transmit

F4:
EGC

F5:
Reports
See
page 2-3

F6:
Logs

Menu-1

Menu-2

F18
PC

F19
PC

3
3
3
3
3
3
3

3
3
3
3

3
3
3
3

x
x

x
x

3

-

x

3
3

F18

1. New
2. Open
3. Close
4. Save
5. Delete
6. Rename
7. Print
8. Print Setting
8. Remove SD Card
9. MIME (Decode)
0. Format SD
1.Cut to
9.Change Window
1. Transmit Message
2. Cancel
3. Request Delivery
Status
4. E-FORM
1. Display EGC
Message
2. EGC Network ID
1. Data Report
2. Message Report
3. Enhanced
Pre-Assigned Data
Report(EPADR)
4. Data Network ID
5. SSAS Report
1. Send Message Log
to
4. Communication Log

Access level
User

VMS SSAS

Service

3
3
3

3

3

x

-

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3
3

3
3

3
3

3
3

3
3

3
3

3
3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

-

-

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

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3
3

3
3
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3
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3

3
3

3
3

3

3
-

3
3

3

-

3

3

3

3

3

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-

3
3
3
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3
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2.1 Outline of menu operation

Unit
Function

Menu-1

Menu-2

F7:
Option

8. Test

9. Maintenance

1. PV Test
2. PV Test Result
3. Diagnostics Test
4. Distress Alert
Button Test
4. Distress/SSAS Alert
Button Test
4. SSAS Button test
1. Current Position Log
2. System Log
3. Term Operation Log
4. Sent Report Log
5. Communication
Log

0. Alert

1. System Setup

F8:
Setup
Cont’d

System Date
& Time
IMN
MES Operation Mode
Nav Port
LAN Port
Message Output Port
EGC Output Port
Network Setup:
Network
Network Setup:
Mail Gateway
Command Window

2. Editor Setup
3. Terminal Setup

F19
PC

User

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F18

1. Position
2. Log in
3. Log out
4. Abort
5. Select NCS
6. Ocean Region
7. LES Information

Data Disp. Form
Screen Saver
Window Color
Connection

4. EGC Setup
5. Auto Mode Setup
6. E-Mail Setup
7. Directories

Access level

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F18
PC
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VMS SSAS

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Service

2.1 Outline of menu operation

Unit
Function

F8:
Setup

Menu-1

Menu-2

8. Configuration

1. Station List
2. LES List
3. EGC Channel List
4. NCS Channel List
5. E-Mail /SMS
Service List
6. Export/Import

F18
PC

F19
PC

User

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F18

F9:
Distress
F10:
Stop
Alarm

Access level
VMS SSAS

Service

Note)
As for VMS Fxx PC terminal, "0.VMS Mode" is added to [Reports] menu.

2.1.2 Settings for each Destination Type
1. Priority: Normal
Table 2.1.2 Settings for each Destination Type
Destination
Type
TELEX/MES
FAX
E-Mail
SMS
PSDN
X400
DNID
Special
TELEX/MES
(Prefixed)
FAX (Prefixed)
PSDN (Prefixed)
X400 (Prefixed)
DNID (Prefixed)
Special(Prefixed)

Prefix
Code

Country/
Ocean Code

3
3

Destination

3
3

Modem
Type

Address

Subject

3
3
3

3

Attach
File

3

3

3

LES
ID

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3
3
3
3
3

3
3

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3

3

3

3

3
3

3
3

3
3

3

3
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2. Priority: Distress
Only LES ID is selectable. Other settings are fixed to TEXL/MES.

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3
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3
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6.Serch or Replace

1.Cut (DEL)
2.Copy (Alt + C)
3.Paste (INS)
4.Insert(with Citation)
5.Select All (Alt + A)

0.Format SD

9.MIME (Decode)

2.Replace (Alt + R)

1.Search (Alt + F)

Select file

Select file
Select file
Select file
Yes
No
Select file
Yes
No

Menu-2

Query or All

Direction

Search Word
Replace Word

Direction

Search Word

Menu-3

2-4

Select word
Forward
Back
Select word
Enter Replace Word
Forward
Back
Query
All

Menu-4

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Cont’d

F2:
Edit

F1:
File

8.Remove SD Card

Menu-1

1.New (Alt + N)
2.Open(Alt + O)
3.Close (Alt + Q)
4.Save (Alt + S)
5.Delete (Alt + D)
6.Rename
7.Print (Alt + P)

Function

Replace Start?
Yes/No

Search Start?
Yes/No

Menu-5

The Edit menu is available while
the Edit window is open.

Available while the Edit window
is open

Remarks

Table 2.2.1 FELCOM 18 menu tree

Factory-default is screened in the table. Also, ( ) indicates shortcut operation in File and Edit menus.

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

Cont’d

1. Transmit
Message

9.Change Window
(Alt + V)

8.Time or Pos. Ins.

Cont’d

Destination Type

Station Name

Message File

Priority

1.Top of Text (HOME)
2.End of Text (END)
3.Go to Line
1.Time
2.Position
Enter Line No.

Prefix code

2-5

TELEX/MES
FAX
E-Mail
SMS
PSDN
X400
DNID
Special
TELEX/MES(Prefixed)
FAX (Prefixed)
PSDN (Prefixed)
X400 (Prefixed)
DNID (Prefixed)
Special(Prefixed)

Select Station

Enter 2 digits:

Message now being edited Size xx

Normal
Distress
Select file

Line No.

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F3:
Transmit

F2:
Edit

7.Go to Line

Available when
- TELEX/MES Prefixed,
- FAX Prefixed and
- PSDN Prefixed
are selected in Destination Type.

This menu is used to select a file.
Information of the Edit window that
is being open
Registration of Station List: F8: Setup
-> 8. Configuration -> 1.Station List

Time and Position are inserted in
MSG.
The window can be toggled when 2
Edit windows are open.
Message File and LES ID are
selectable while "Distress" is selected.

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

Cont’d

LES ID

Destination Type

Select LES

Attach File

Subject

Address

Modem Type

2-6

Select LES

T30 FAX
V21 V.21 300bps Duplex
V22 V.22 1200bps Duplex
V22B V.22bis 2400bps Duplex
V23 V.23 600/1200bps
V26B V.26bis 2400/1200bps
V26T V.26ter 2400bps Duplex
V27T V.27ter 4800/2400bps
V32 V.32 9600bps Duplex
Other
Enter
E-mail Address:
max. 60 char.
Enter Subject:
max. 60 char.
Select Attach file

Enter
max. 15 digits:

Destination

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Cont’d

F3:
1. Transmit
Transmit
Message

Enter
max. 4 digits

Country/
Ocean Code

This menu is disabled if “DNID” is
selected in “Destination Type”.

Available when “E-Mail” is selected
in “Destination Type”

Available when “E-Mail” and “SMS”
are selected in “Destination Type”

Available when “FAX” and “FAX
(Prefixed)” are selected in
“Destination Type”

Available when “TELEX/MES, FAX
and PSDN” are selected in
“Destination Type”
Note) Prefixed of the
aforementioned Destination
Type is included.
Available when “TELEX/MES, FAX,
PSDN, DNID” are Special are
selected in “Destination Type”
Note) Prefixed of the
aforementioned Destination
Type is included.

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

Cont’d

1. Data Report

2. EGC Network ID

1. Display EGC
Message

3. Request Delivery
Status

2. Cancel

Cont’d

1. Data Report

Select Transmitted
Message
Ctrl + P: Print
Ctrl + S: Save
<-: Previous
->: Next

Select Transmitted
Message

Transmit

Option

Destination

Report Length

Status

No
Yes
No

Yes

Yes
No

Code

Delivery Delay

2-7

OFF
ON: Enhanced Data
Report
ON: Usual Data Report
Position Only
Position and
Course/Speed
Position and
Curse/Speed with SEA
INF
DNID
LES ID
Member No.

ON
OFF
Enter 00:00 - 99:59
Immediate
Deferred
IA5
ITA2
DATA

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F5:
Reports

F4:
EGC

F3:
Transmit

1. Transmit
Message

Send Delay

Confirmation

Information of the “DNID” selected
at “Destination” appears.

This menu is used to display EGC
MSG.

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

Cont’d

2. Message Report

Cont’d

1. Message Report

2. Data Report
3. Data Report
4. Data Report

Enter time:
00:00 - 99:59

Interval Times

2-8

Regular Interval
Daily

Select Station

(Enter PIN code:
max. 8 char.)
ON
OFF

Activation

Destination Type
Prefix code
Country/Ocean
Code
Destination
Modem Type
Address
Subject
LES ID

Station Name

Status

PIN Code

Start Time 1
Start Time 2
Start Time 3
Start Time 4

Report Times

Regular Interval
Daily
Enter 00:00 - 99:59
Enter 1-999
No Limit
Enter 00:00 – 24:00
Enter 00:00 – 24:00
Enter 00:00 – 24:00
Enter 00:00 – 24:00

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F5:
Reports

1. Data Report

1. Data Report

Interval Time

Activation

These menus need to be set when
“Regular Interval” is selected at
“Activation”.

Same as "F3: Transmit"
Refer to 2-5 and 2-6.

Registration of Station List: F8:
Setup -> 8. Configuration ->
1.Station List

Same as "1. Data Report"

These menus need to be set when
“Daily” is selected at “Activation”.

These menus need to be set when
“Regular Interval” is selected at
“Activation”.

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

4. Data Network ID

3. Enhanced
Pre-Assigned Data
Report(EPADR)

2. EPADR 2
3. EPADR 3
4. EPADR 4

1. EPADR 1

2. Message Report
3. Message Report
4. Message Report

File

Requested by

Activation
(Regular Interval)

Destination

Report Length

2-9

Report Times
MES

Interval Time

ON
OFF
Position Only
Position and Course/Speed
Position and Course/Speed
and SEA INF
DNID
LES ID
Member No.

Select File

Report Contents

Status

NAV
NAV + SEA INF
NAV(R)
FILE

Enter times:
1 – 999
No Limit
Enter 00:00 – 24:00
Enter 00:00 – 24:00
Enter 00:00 – 24:00

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F5:
Reports

2. Message Report

1. Message Report

Start Time 1
Start Time 2
Start Time 3
Start Time 4

Report Times

15/30min,
1/2/3/4/6/8H
(0001-7000)

Same as "1. EPADR 1"

This menu is fixed to “MES”.

Information of the “DNID” selected
at “Destination” appears.

Same as "1. Message Report"

Available when “FILE” is selected
at “Report Contents”

These menus need to be set when
“Daily” is selected at “Activation”.

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

5. SSAS Report

6. Message Contents

2. SSAS Report 2
3. SSAS Report 3
4. SSAS Report 4
5. SSAS Report 5
Vessel Name
MMSI
IMN
IMO
Other Inf.
LAT
LON
Time
COURSE
SPEED
Time

Destination Type
Prefix code
Country/Ocean Code
Destination
Modem Type
Address
Subject
LES ID
Report Interval

2-10

max. 30 char.
max. 9 digits
max. 9 digits
max. 9 digits
max. 360 char.
xx:xx.xxN(S)
xxx:xx.xxE(W)
mm/dd/yyyy/hh:mm:ss (UTC)
xxx deg
xx kn
mm/dd/yyyy/hh:mm:ss (UTC)

00:00 – 99:59

SSAS ALART REPORT

Select Station

Remove
ON
TEST
Real + Test
Real Only
Test Only

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F5:
Reports

1. SSAS Report 1

Station Name

Mode

Status

[Report] menu in SSAS Manager Mode

Automatic input

Same as "1. SSAS Report"

Same as "F3: Transmit"
Refer to 2-5 and 2-6.

Registration of Station List: F8: Setup
-> 8. Configuration -> 1.Station List

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

LES ID/Name/Status/
Services/TDM ch.

Indian

Pacific

East-Atlantic

Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No

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7. LES Information

6. Ocean Region

Auto

Cont’d

West-Atlantic

IOR

5. Select NCS

4. Abort

3. Log out

Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
AOR (WEST)
AOR (EAST)
POR

LAT/LON/Update Time

1. Position

2. Log in

Select Transmitted Message
Select Received Message
Select EGC Message
Display Communication Log

1. Send Messages
2. Receive Messages
3. EGC Messages
4. Communication Log

F7:
Option

F6:
Logs

NCS Channel List: ID, FREQ.
AOR-W: 044/11080
AOR-E: 144/12580
POR: 244/12580
IOR: 344/10840

Input of Position: NMEA >
Manual

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

Cont’d

1. System Setup

0. Alert

9. Maintenance

EGC Output Port

Message Output Port

LAN Port

Nav Port

MES Operation Mode

System Date & Time
IMN

Normal Mode
4.Distress Alert
Button Test
SSAS manager Mode
4. Distress/SSAS
Button Test
1. Current Position Log
2. System Log
3. Term Operation Log
4. Sent Report Log
5. Communication Log
Indication only
Enter IMN
INMARSAT-C
EGC
OFF
EXT
INT
AUTO
ON
OFF
INT
EXT
INT+LAN
AUTO
INT
LAN
INT+LAN

No

Yes

Yes
No
Display Result
Yes
No

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Cont’d

F8:
Setup

F7:
Option

8. Test

3.Diagnostics Test

2.PV Test Result

1.PV Test

Available when LAN port is "ON"

Re-enter)[ALT]+[Ctrl] -> “IMN”

Display Alert MSG at present

Available when logging in “Service
Mode”

Setting varies depending on
“Normal Mode “and “SSAS
Manager Mode”.

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

Cont’d

1. System Setup

Cont’d

JOB:
furunoservice
Password:
felcom18

Command Window

1. Remote Box
Setup

Mail Gateway

2-13

E: EXT

5. IC-306 No.3

4. IC-306 No.2

3. IC-306 No.1

2. IC-305

1.SSAS

Auto Delivery
Keyword

Mail Address

Address Mode

Server IP

Delivery To

Attach

Gateway
SMTP Enable IP Address
Send Limit Size(KB)

DHCP: ON/OFF

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Cont’d

F8:
Setup

Network Setup

Network

IP Address
Subnet Mask

1. OFF
2. IC-307 (Standard SSAS)
3. IC-307 (Russian SSAS)
4. SSAS (Momentary SW)
5. EXT
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF

FIXED
Auto

2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 16, 32
UUENCODE
BINARY
PC Mailer
Server

172.31.16.2
255.255.0.0
ON
OFF

Available when Server is
selected at “Delivery To” and
“Auto” is selected at “Address
Mode”

Available when “Server” is
selected at “Delivery To”

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

2. Editor Setup

Scroll

Cursor Type

Column Width

Tab Wide

Line No.

Word Wrap

Edit Mode

Text Mode

Command Window

Telex
Ascii
Insert
Overwrite
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
2 Char
4 Char
8 Char
40 - 80
Block
Underline
Full Screen
Half Screen

3. AMS Setup

2-14

4. Error Log
E: Exit

3. AMS SFI Setup

2. MY SFI Setup

1. Mode Setup

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Cont’d

F8:
Setup

1. System Setup

1. Distress Message
2. Distress EGC
2 External Alarm
3. Urgent EGC
Setup
4. Unit Fault
E: Exit

E: Exit

2. AlertIF1

1. Legacy

Column Width:
Available when “Ascii” is selected in
“Text Mode”

Available when the Edit window is
closed

(II: AMS)
Appears number of Error in packet

CS0000 ~ 9998 (ID No. of F18_19)
(CS: felcom18_19)
II0000 ~ 9998 (ID No. of AMS)

Setting Terminate DIS Alarm sound
1.Distress Alert Stop Enable
2.Distress Alert Stop Disable

AMS mode OFF

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

4. EGC Setup

Coastal Warnings

Receive EGC Area

Window Color

Type of Message
(Can’t reject other
report)

Additional
Position
Navarea(s)/
Metarea(s)
Fixed Area
Waypoint(from
NAV Equipment)
Station Code

Edit Color

Load Default

YY – MM - DD
MMM - DD - YY
DD - MMM - YY
ON
OFF
Select Preset

2-15

QRU(no message)

Other navaid msg

SATNAV message

LORAN message

Pilot service

Meteo. forecasts

Ice Report

ON
OFF
A-Z

Enter area:max. 9

Enter one pos.

1, 2, 3
Yes
No
Window
Fore Color
Back Color
Brightness

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Cont’d

F8:
Setup

3. Terminal Setup

Screen Saver

Date Disp. Form

ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF

Menus are toggled by using [<] and [>]
keys.

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

7. Directories

6. E-Mail Setup

5. Auto Mode Setup

Select station
Message Directory
EGC
Message Directory

Auto EGC Message
Print

Auto EGC Message
Save

Auto Receive
Message Save
Auto Receive
Message Print
Data Report &
Polling Print

Receive Alarm

SatetyNET
(Safety)

FleetNET

System

SafetyNET
(Safety)
SafetyNET
(Urgent & Distress)

FleetNET

System

ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF

2-16

ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF

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Cont’d

F8:
Setup

Cont’d

5. Auto Mode Setup

Auto Communication
Log Print

Create Directory

LES used in “E-Mail” is selected.

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

Cont’d

8. Configuration

5.E-Mail/SMS Service
List
(Max. 16 stations)

3. EGC Channel List
4. NCS Channel List

2. LES List
(Max. 44 stations x 4)

Attach File (MIME)

2-17

OFF
ON (BASE64)
ON (UUENCODE)

Enter LES ID
Enter LES ID
Enter LES ID
Enter LES ID
max. 9 char.
max. 9 char.
max. 9 char.
max. 9 char.

max. 19 char.
max. 9 char.

max 20 char.
max. 15 char.
Enter 3 digits
max. 20 char.

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Cont’d

F8:
Setup

Cont’d

8. Configuration

1. Station List
(Max. 99 stations)

Station Group
Station Name
Destination Type
Prefix code
Country Code
Station ID
Modem Type
Address
Remark
Name
ID
Remarks
Max. 4ch x 4
Max. 20ch x 4
Service LES Name
Service ID(E-Mail)
Service ID(SMS)
LES ID (AORW)
LES ID (AORE)
LES ID (POR)
LES ID (IOR)
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Separator
SMS
Same as "F3: Transmit"
Refer to 2-5 and 2-6.

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

Maritime
Undesignated
Fire/Explosion
Flooding
Collision
Grounding
Listing
Sinking
Disabled & Adrift
Abandoning ship
Further assistance required
Piracy or Armed attack

Protocol

Course
Speed

Nature

LAT/LON

6. Export/Import

Position

LES ID
Update Time

8. Configuration

Import from SD

2-18

4. Settings

1. Station List
2. LES List
3. E-Mail/SMS Service List

9. Settings

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F10:
Stop Alarm

F9:
Distress

F8:
Setup

Export to SD

1. Sent Message
2. Received Message
3. EGC Message
4. Station List
5. LES List
6. E-Mail/SMS Service List
7. Test
8. Maintenance

All Alarms are stopped.

The position needs to be updated every
hour during manual input.

The position needs to be updated every
hour during manual input.
Fixed

The “SSAS setting file” can be
imported in “SSAS Manager Mode”.

The “SSAS setting file” can be
exported in “SSAS Manager Mode”.

2.2 Menu tree for FELCOM 18 terminal unit

F4:
EGC

9. MIME (Decode)
1. Cut (DEL)
2. Copy (Alt + C)
3. Paste (INS)
4. Insert (with Citation)
5. Select All (Alt + A)
6. Search or Replace
7. Go to Line
8. Time or Pos. Ins.
9. Change Window
(Alt + V)
1. Transmit Message
2. Cancel
3. Request Delivery
Status
1. Display EGC
Message
2. EGC Network ID

8. Print Setting

1. New (Alt + N)
2. Open(Alt + O)
3. Close (Alt + Q)
4. Save (Alt + S)
5. Delete (Alt + D)
6. Rename
7. Print (Alt + P)

Menu-1

Priority

Select file

Select file
No Printer
Windows Printer
PP-510
Select file

Menu-2

Normal

Menu-3

2-19

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F3:
Transmit

F2:
Edit

F1:
File

Function

2.3 FELCOM 19 Menu Tree

Menu-5

Same as FELCOM 18

Same as FELCOM 18

As for FELCOM 19, Distress is deleted.

Same as FELCOM 18

Disabled

Available while the Edit window
is open

Remarks

Table 2.3.1 FELCOM 19 Menu Tree

2.3 FELCOM 19 Menu Tree

Cont’d

1. System Setup

System Date & Time
IMN
MES Operation Mode
Nav Port
LAN Port
Message Output Port
EGC Output Port

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Note; F5: Reports
In case of FxxPC terminal, "0.VMS Mode" is added to an F5:Report menu.

Cont’d

F8:
Setup

F7:
Option

F6:
Logs

Note;

F5:
Reports

1. Data Report
2. Message Report
3. Enhanced
Pre-Assigned Data
Report(EPADR)
4. Data Network ID
5. SSAS Report
1. Send Message Log
2. Receive Message
Log
3. EGC Log
4. Communication Log
1. Position
2. Log in
3. Log out
4. Abort
5. Select NCS
6. Ocean Region
7. LES Information
8. Test
9. Maintenance
0. Alert

Disabled

Same as FELCOM 18

Note) 8.Test -> 4.SSAS Button
Test

Same as FELCOM 18

Same as FELCOM 18

SSAS Report becomes available
when entering “SSAS Manager
Mode”.
See page 2-10 for SSAS menu.

Same as FELCOM 18

2.3 FELCOM 19 Menu Tree

5. Auto Mode Setup
6. E-Mail Setup
7. Directories
8. Configuration

4. EGC Setup

Coastal Warning

Receive EGC Area

Connection
Date Disp. Form
Screen Saver
Window Color
Additional
Position
Navarea(s)/
Metarea(s)
Fixed Area
Waypoint(from
NAV
Equipment)

1. Remote Box
Setup

Command Window
JOB:
furunoservice
Password:
Felcom19

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F10:
Stop
Alarm

F8:
Setup

3. Terminal Setup

2. Editor Setup

1. System Setup

Network
Mail Gateway

Network Setup

Same as FELCOM 18
Same as FELCOM 18
Same as FELCOM 18
Same as FELCOM 18
Same as FELCOM 18

Disabled

Same as FELCOM 18

Same as FELCOM 18

Same as FELCOM 18

Same as FELCOM 18

Same as FELCOM 18
Disabled

2.3 FELCOM 19 Menu Tree

BDE: FELCOM 18
Chapter 3. Parts3.1Location

3.1 BDE: FELCOM 18
320 mm

157 mm

270 mm

139 mm

320 mm

4.0 kg

Fig. 3.1.1 Terminal unit (IC-218)
[JUNCTION]
[DTE]: Not used

[PRINTER]
D-GPS
ANT

LAN

Power: 12 – 24 VDC
(8.0 – 4.0 A)

GND

Fig. 3.1.2 Terminal unit, rear view (IC-218)

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3.1 BDE: FELCOM 18

Fig. 3.1.3 Keyboard (5139U)

TERMCPU
(16P0283B)
TERMPWR
(16P0287B)

RF_COM
(16P0284A)
GPS: Option
(16P0246)

PWR_C
(16P0214A)

SD_USB
(16P0289)

Fig. 3.1.4 Terminal unit with case removed

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3.1 BDE: FELCOM 18

S1: System
Reset SW

J14: IQ MONI
S3: CPU Reset SW

(Not mounted)

1: I MONI
2: GND
3: Q MONI

S2
S4
CR6
CR5
CR3
CR2
CR1
XU20:
EEPROM

Fig. 3.1.5 Terminal unit with RF CON board removed

D-GPS Port

GN-8097D
16P0246

RF CON
(16P0284A)

Fig. 3.1.6 RF CON (16P0284A) and GPS (16P0246)

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3.1 BDE: FELCOM 18

Fig. 3.1.7 TERMCPU (16P0283B)

R54: 28 V ADJ. R18: 130 kHz ADJ.

Fig. 3.1.8 TERMPWR (160287B) and PWR C (16P0214A)

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3.1 BDE: FELCOM 18

Fig. 3.1.9 SD USB (16P0289)

Fig. 3.1.10 SW (16P0294)

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3.1 BDE: FELCOM 18

Fig. 3.1.11 Panel

Fig. 3.1.12 LCD

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3.2 BDE: FELCOM 19

3.2 BDE: FELCOM 19
210 mm

160 mm

42 mm

1.2 kg

Fig. 3.2.1 Communication unit, front panel (IC-219)

[JUNCTION]

Fig. 3.2.2 Communication unit, rear panel (IC-219)

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3.2 BDE: FELCOM 19

COMMCPU
(16P0282)
COMMPWR
(16P0288)
GPS:
GN-8097D

S2

S1: SYS Reset

S3

Fig. 3.2.3 Communication unit with case removed

CR12: Power
CR11: LOGIN
CR10: TX
CR9: ERROR

U7: EEPROM

Fig. 3.2.4 COMMCPU (side A)

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3.2 BDE: FELCOM 19

RF CON
(16P0284B)

Fig. 3.2.5 Communication unit with COMMCPU board removed

Fig. 3.2.6 RF CON (16P0284B)

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3.3 ADE

3.3 ADE

258 mm

1.4 kg
156 mm

Fig. 3.3.1 Antenna unit: IC-118 and IC-119

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3.3 ADE

ANT RF
FELCOM 18: 16P0285
FELCOM 19: 16P0286

Fig. 3.3.2 Dismounted view of Antenna unit

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3.3 ADE

16P0286 (for IC-119)

16P0285 (for IC-118)

Fig. 3.3.3 ANT RF (16P0285, 16P0286)

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3.4 Other unit

3.4 Other unit
3.4.1 JUNCTION BOX: IC-318

2m

137 mm
H=43 mm

160 mm

IC-305
IC-306

NAV

DMC
IC-307

1. Vcc
2. GND
3. TD/RD-A
4. TD/RD-B
5. N.C
6. ALM-H
7. ALM-C
8. RD-A(NAV)
9. RD-B(NAV)
10. GND
11. SSAS OUT-H
12. SSAS OUT-C
13. SSAS IN-H
14. SSAS IN-C
15. SSAS CTR

#11-15:
#6-7:
DMC -> SSAS TD -> ALM

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3.4 Other unit

3.4.2 DISTRESS ALERT/RECEIVED CALL UNIT: IC-305
100 mm

120 mm

H=26 mm

JP1: short
JP2: short
16P0213A

See Page 3-16.
S1

S3

S2

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3.4 Other unit

3.4.3 ALARM UNIT: IC-306
100 mm

120 mm

H=26 mm

JP1
JP2
See Page 3-16.
16P0213B
S1

S3

S2

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3.4 Other unit

Reference) Setting of JP1 and JP2 in IC-305 and IC-306
16P0213 board has type A and type B. It differs from the jumper setting of JP1 and
JP2 and the presence of push button switches: S1, S2 and S3.
Normally, a maximum of two units of IC-306 can be connected. One more unit can be
equipped if requested.
Table 3.4.1 Distinction between IC-305 and IC-306

JP1
JP2
S1: Distress
S2: Alarm Ack
S3: Alarm Reset

IC-305
16P0213 A
DIS unit
Short
Short
Yes
Yes
No

ALM unit-1
Open
Short
No
No
Yes

IC-306
16P0213 B
ALM unit -2
Short
Open
No
No
Yes

ALM unit -3
Open
Open
No
No
Yes

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3.4 Other unit

3.4.4 SSAS ALERT UNIT: IC-307

100 mm

120 mm

H=26 mm

Factory-default
JP1: Open
JP2: Jumper
IC-307 setting at
terminal
JP1: Jumper
JP2: Open

16P0229

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Chapter 4. System4.1 Setup
Setup Menu
4.1 Setup Menu
4.1.1 System Setup
1. FELCOM 18
Set "[Setup] -> 1.System Setup" menu.
Table 4.1.1 Settings of FELCOM 18 System Setup
Item

Setting value

System Date
& Time

YY-MM-DD

IMN

4xxxxxxxx

MES
Operation
Mode

INMARSAT-C
EGC
OFF
EXT
INT

Nav Port
AUTO
ON
LAN Port

Message
Output Port

OFF
INT
LAN
INT+LAN
AUTO

EGC Output
Port
Network Setup

Command
Window

INT
LAN
INT+LAN
Network
Mail Gateway

Remarks
The time data is calculated from the reception frame signal,
and the date uses the data from ZDA. If there is no ZDA, the
input date (Setup -> System setup -> System Date & Time) is
used.
To change IMN, type "IMN" while holding [Ctrl] and [Alt]. The
input IMN is displayed on the status display.
Normally, set to "INMARSAT-C."
When set to INMARSAT C, Tx/Rx and the EGC reception are
available. When set to EGC, only EGC reception is available.
- OFF: Manually inputs the position of the own ship.
Note) Note that the alarm is outputted when the data is
not updated every 4 hours.
- EXT: Uses the external GPS data.
- INT: Uses the built-in GPS data.
- AUTO: Automatically switches from INT to EXT.
Note) As for SSAS Russia and LRIT Russia, NAV port is
fixed to AUTO and GLONASS is preferentially used.
This is ON/OFF setting for the LAN port.
If set to "OFF," the error message "No response from
communication unit" appears and transmission cannot be
carried out when [Transmit] operation is carried out at the PC
terminal.
If the aforementioned "LAN Port" is set to "OFF" at the
destination of the received message, LAN and INT+LAN are
deleted.
- INT: Outputs to the Terminal unit.
- LAN: Outputs to the LAN port.
- INT+LAN: Outputs to the Terminal unit and LAN port.
- AUTO: Outputs to the ports according to Sub Address.
(Terminal unit side (LAN): 000, DTE side: Fixed at 001)
This setting is valid if the aforementioned "LAN Port" is set to
ON at the destination of EGC received message.
- INT: Outputs to the Terminal unit
- INT+LAN: Outputs to the Terminal unit and LAN port.
See the next page.
This is the command for the direct access to TERMCPU
board and this command is used to configure settings
relevant to IC-305, IC-306, IC-307 SSAS and AMS in Furuno
service mode.
** Furuno service mode:
Job No.: furunoservice, Password: felcom18

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4.1 Setup Menu

Table 4.1.2 Settings of FELCOM 18 Networks
Item
IP Address
Subnet Mask

Setting value

Remarks

172.31.16.2
255.255.0.0

Network of FELCOM 18 is set.
The left is the default value.
This setting is selected when the DHCP
server is not connected or when no IP
address is obtained from the DHCP server.
This setting is selected when obtaining an
IP address from the DHCP server.
Enter the IP address of Default Gateway
while connected to a different Network.
Specify the IP address of the PC which is
used to E-mail.
A PC not specified cannot send E-mail but
it can receive E-mail.
Specify the size of the Mail to be sent: 2, 4,
6, 8, 10, 16, 32 KB
Normally, UUENCODE is set when
specifying the attachment format.
The received message is delivered to the
PC.
The received message is forwarded to the
Mail server.

OFF

Network

DHCP
ON
Gateway

. .

.

SMTP Enable
IP Address

. .

.

Send Limit
Size(KB)

8

Attach

UUENCODE
BINARY
PC Mailer

Mail
Gateway

Delivery To
Server
Server IP

.

.

.
The Mail server delivers mails to the
specified "Mail Address."
If the keyword registered by “Mail Address
Keyword” is found in the text of a message,
the message is sent to the Mail address
which appears after the keyword.
Specify the mail address to which mails are
delivered.
Enter the keyword to be searched while
Auto is selected in Address Mode setting.

FIXED
Address Mode
Auto
Mail Address
Auto Delivery
Keyword

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4.1 Setup Menu

2. FELCOM 19
Set "Setup -> 1.System Setup menu".

Table 4.1.3 Settings of FELCOM 19 System Setup
Item

Setting value

System Date &
Time

YY-MM-DD

IMN

4xxxxxxxx
INMARSAT-C

MES Operation
Mode

EGC

Nav Port

INT/AUTO

LAN Port

ON

Message
Output Port
EGC Output
Port
Network Setup
Command
Window

INT
INT
Network
Mail Gateway

Remarks
The time data is calculated from the reception frame
signal, and the date data (Setup -> System setup ->
System Date & Time) uses the data from ZDA. If there is
no ZDA, the input date is used.
To change IMN, type "IMN" while holding [Ctrl] and [Alt].
The input IMN is displayed on the status display.
Normally, set to "INMARSAT-C."
When set to INMARSAT C, Tx/Rx and the EGC reception
are available. When set to EGC, only EGC reception is
available.
This item is fixed to INT and the setting cannot be
changed. As for FELCOM 19, GPS is built in.
Note) As for SSAS Russia and LRIT Russia, NAV port is
fixed to AUTO and GLONASS is preferentially
used.
This item is fixed to ON and the setting cannot be
changed.
This item is fixed to INT and the setting cannot be
changed.
This item is fixed to INT and the setting cannot be
changed.
See the next page.
This is the command for the direct access to COMMCPU
and this command is used to configure settings relevant
to IC-307 SSAS and AMS in Furuno service mode.
** Furuno service mode:
Job No.: furunoservice, Password: felcom18

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4.1 Setup Menu

Table 4.1.4 Settings of FELCOM 19 Networks
Item

Setting value

IP Address
Subnet
Mask

172.31.16.2
255.255.0.0

DHCP
ON
Gateway

. .

Network of FELCOM 19 is set.
The left is the default value.
This setting is selected when the DHCP
server is not connected or when the IP
address is not obtained from the DHCP
server.
This setting is selected when obtaining an
IP address from the DHCP server.
Enter the IP address of Default Gateway
while connected to a different Network.
This item cannot be set.

OFF

Network

Remarks

.

Mail Gateway

3. Handling of EXT Nav Data
The following table shows the list of NAV data input from the JUNCTION BOX.
The following data format is used: Start bit: 1 / Data bit: 8 / Parity bit: None / Stop bit:
1.
As for Speed, 4800 bps or 38400 bps is automatically detected.
NAV data is not output.
Table 4.1.5 Input sentence list

**
**
**
**
**
**
GN, GP, GL
**
**
**

Minimum
input cycle
1 sec
1 sec
1 sec
1 sec
1 sec
1 sec
10 sec
1 sec
1 sec
1 sec

BWC
BWR
DBT
DTM
GGA
GLL
GNS
GSA
MTW
RMA

**

1 sec

RMB

**
**
**
**
**
**

1 sec
1 sec
1 sec
1 sec
1 sec
1 sec

RMC
VDO
VDR
VTG
WPL
ZDA

Talker

Formatter
Bearing and distance to waypoint
Bearing and distance to waypoint – rhumb line
Depth Below Transducer
Datum Reference
Global Positioning System Fix Data
Geographic Position
GNSS Fix Data
GNSS DOP and Active Satellites
Water Temperature
Recommended Minimum Specific Loran-C Data
Recommended Minimum Specific Navigation
Information
Recommended Minimum Specific GNSS Data
UAIS VHF Data-link Own-vessel report
Set and Drift
Course over ground and ground speed
Waypoint location
Time and date

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4.1 Setup Menu

Handling of checksum field
If checksum is added, sum check is carried out. If there is an error, the sentence is
disabled. If there is no checksum, the sentence is valid.
Handling of timeout
If valid data relevant to the Heading data is not received for 5 seconds or other valid
data is not received for 30 seconds, timeout handling is carried out.
Priority sequence
Priority sequence of talker and formatter in data contents is as follows: formatter >
talker. Priority sequence of the talker is GN > GP > GA > GL > LC > DE > LA > TR
> IN > RA > WI > II > others."
Data contents
Positioning mode
Latitude/longitude
Latitude/longitude
of destination
Absolute vessel
speed (ground)
COG (Course over
ground)
Water depth
(depth below
transducer)
Water temperature
Time and time
difference

Priority sequence
GSA>GGA (assumed on the
basis the number of
satellites)
GNS>GGA>RMC>RMA>GLL
>VDO
RMB>BWC>BWR>(WPL)

GN>GP>GA>GL>LC>DE>LA>TR>
IN>RA>WI>II>Others

VTG>RMC>RMA>VDO
VTG>RMC>RMA>VDO
DBT

SD>YX>VW>VD>YC>Others

MTW

SD>YX>VW>VD>YC>Others
ZA>GN>GP>GA>GL>ZC>ZQ>ZV>
Others

ZDA>RMC

Set and Drift

VDR
Current direction:
VDR(T)>VDR(M)

Number of
satellites in use

GSA

Note)
- At Russia SSAS
- VMS

Remarks

GN>GP>GA>GL>LC>DE>LA>TR>
IN>RA>WI>II>Others

: EXT, "GL" talker has higher priority.
: Depending on VMS setting file

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4.1 Setup Menu

4. Handling of INT Nav Data
The following table shows sentences that are input into and output from the GPS
Module.
The following data format is used: Start bit: 1 / Data bit: 8 / Parity bit: None / Stop bit:
1.
Sentences output from the GPS Module
Talker

Formatter

PFEC

Minimum input cycle

GP

GSA

10 sec

GP
P
P

ZDA
FEC
FEC


GPenc
GPtst

1 sec
1 sec
1 sec

Remarks
Information of satellite in
use
Current time
Encrypted NAV data
GPS Self test Result

Sentences input into the GPS Module
Talker

Formatter

PFEC

Minimum input cycle

P

FEC

GPclr

P

FEC

GPint

Remarks
Start time and time when
the port is set to be used

Priority sequence
Data contents

Priority sequence

Positioning mode
Latitude/longitude
SOG(Speed over ground)
COG (Course over ground)
Current time and time difference
Self Test Result
Information of satellite in use

GSA > PFEC, GPenc
PFEC, GPenc
PFEC, GPenc
PFEC, GPenc
ZDA > PFEC, GPenc
GPtst
GSA

Talker

GP

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4.1 Setup Menu

4.1.2 Outline of Command Window
By operating Command Window in "Setup -> System setup,"
1) Enter Furuno service mode and set ON/OFF for SSAS(IC-307), Distress Alert unit
(IC-305) and Alarm unit (IC-306) by use of Remote Box Setup and AMS Setup.
2) Enter Furuno service mode and then set ON/OFF of alarm contact output to
ALARM System upon receipt of Distress message and Urgency message by use
of External Alarm Setup.
3) Set ON/OFF of LRIT by typing the ON/OFF command for LRIT in JOB No.
4) Carry out maintenance by typing monitor, clearing memory and debug commands
in JOB No.
Reference)
See page 8-50 for Command List.

How to enter Service Mode
Procedure)
1. Open "Command Window" in [Setup] -> 1.System Setup.
[Main Menu]
1. Remote Box Setup
2. External Alarm Setup
3. AMS Setup
Enter JOB No.:

2. Type "furunoservice" in Enter JOB No.
3. Enter password. Model name is used for the password. Only the cursor moves even if
the password is entered. No character appears.
- For FELCOM 18 -> felcom18
- For FELCOM 19 -> felcom19
[Main Menu]
1. Remote Box Setup
2. External Alarm Setup
3. AMS Setup
Enter JOB No.: furunoservice

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4.1 Setup Menu

4. When entering Furuno service mode, Furuno Service Mode appears and flashes at
the center of the top of the screen. Also, [Main Menu] in Command Window is
reversed.

[ Main Menu ]
1. Remote Box Setup
2. External Alarm Setup
3. AMS Setup
Enter JOB No.:

5. Type the number to be set and then enter the setting menu.
To exit from Furuno service mode, type "quit" or "quit service" in Command
Window. Turning the system on and turning it on again is acceptable.

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4.2 FELCOM 18: Setting IC-305 and IC-306

4.2 FELCOM 18: Setting IC-305 and IC-306
As for IC-306 (Alarm Unit), a maximum of three units (standard: two units) can be
connected.
As for IC-305 (Distress Alert/Received Call Unit), only one unit can be connected.
Any unit is recognized by the jumper setting. Enter "1.Remote Box Setup" in Command
Window in [Setup] -> 1. System Setup, and then set ON/OFF for each unit.
Note)
These units can be only connected to FELCOM 18. No unit can be connected to
FELCOM 19.

4.2.1 Jumper setting
The jumper setting of 16P0213 A type/ B type boards is required for recognition of
IC-305 and IC-306. Boards need to be set according to the following table.
Type A board is for the IC-305 unit and type B board is for the IC-306 unit. Each type is
recognized by the jumper setting of JP1 and JP 2 and the presence of S1, S2 and S3.
Table 4.2.1 Difference between 16P0213A and 16P0213B

JP1
JP2
S1
S2
S3

16P0213A type
Distress Alert/Received
Call Unit (IC-305)
DISTRESS
Short
Short
Yes
Yes
No

RCV-1
Open
Short
No
No
Yes

JP1:short
JP2:short

16P0213A

S1 S3

16P0213B type
Alarm Unit (IC-306)
RCV-2
Short
Open
No
No
Yes

IC-305

JP1
JP2

16P0213B

S1

S2

RCV-3
Open
Open
No
No
Yes

S3

S2

IC-306

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4.2 FELCOM 18: Setting IC-305 and IC-306

4.2.2 ON/OFF setting
Procedure)
1. See page 4-7 and enter Furuno service mode.
2. Press [1] -> [Enter] to open "1.Remote Box Setup" menu.
[ Main Menu ]
1. Remote Box Setup
2. External Alarm Setup
3. ASM Setup
Enter JOB No.:1
[ Remote Box Setup ]
1. SSAS
OFF
2. IC-305
OFF
3. IC-306 No.1
OFF
4. IC-306 No.2
OFF
5. IC-306 No.3
OFF
E: Exit
Enter No.:

3. Enter the number of unit to be set, and then press [Enter]. For example, press [2] ->
[Enter] to activate IC-305. ON/OFF menu for [IC-305] appears. Press [1] -> [Enter].
"2. IC-305" in the [Remote Box Setup] menu is changed to "ON."

[ Remote Box Setup ]
1. SSAS
OFF
2. IC-305
OFF
3. IC-306 No.1
OFF
4. IC-306 No.2
OFF
5. IC-306 No.3
OFF
E: Exit
Enter No.:2

[ Remote Box Setup ]
1. SSAS
OFF
2. IC-305
ON
3. IC-306 No.1
OFF
4. IC-306 No.2
OFF
5. IC-306 No.3
OFF
E: Exit
Enter No.:

[ IC-305 ]
1. ON
2. OFF E: Exit
Enter No.:1

Reference)
The Terminal unit sequentially carries out polling for connected unit for which ON is
set and monitors the switch status.
As for FELCOM 19, there is no setting for IC-305 and IC-306.

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4.2 FELCOM 18: Setting IC-305 and IC-306

4.2.3 Testing IC-305 and IC-306
1. IC-305
Execute [Option] -> 8.Test -> 4.Distress Button Test and then enter "Distress Button
Test" mode. Operations are as follows. The Distress alert is not released even if this test
is carried out.
If [DISTRESS] button is pressed and held down more than 4 seconds without
entering "Distress Button Test" mode, the Distress alert is released.

When entering Distress Button Test mode, the message
"INF: Distress Buttons entered into TEST MODE." appears.
LED of [DISTRESS] button on the Terminal unit on IC-305 and the buzzer become
active at intervals of 100 msec/2s.
Then, when pressing [DISTRESS] button,
when [DISTRESS] button on IC-305 is pressed, LED of [DISTRESS] button on
IC-305 and the buzzer become active at intervals of 100 msec.
If [DISTRESS] button is pressed and held down for a while, the message "INF:
DISTRESS ALERT UNIT works correctly." appears.

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4.3 FELCOM 18: Setting IC-350

2. IC-306
Press [ALARM RESET] button. While pressing and holding down [ALARM RESET]
button, the buzzer is sounded continuously and LED lights.

4.3 FELCOM 18: Setting IC-350
When connecting IC-350, set IC-350 and enter "Remote Box Setup" in Command
Window in [Setup] -> 1.System Setup, and then set ON/OFF for the unit.
When setting ON for IC-350, set "ON" for IC-305.
IC-350 and IC-305 cannot be connected simultaneously. Either IC-350 or IC-305
needs to be selected.

4.3.1 Setting IC-350
Dip switch: S101 on the PANEL board (05P0820) needs to be set.
Set "OFF" when connecting corresponding equipment. All switches are set to OFF at
the time of factory default.
S101: DIP SW

Fig. 4.3.1 Positioning of DIP SW on PANEL board

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Table 4.3.1 Dip switch setting table
S101 Bit
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7
#8

Equipment to be
connected
No.1 VHF
No.2 VHF
MF/HF
No.1 INMARSAT
No.2 INMARSAT
NAVTEX
NAVTEX SEL
VERCHK

OFF

ON

ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
N.C. (NX-700)
OFF

DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
N.O. (NX-500)
ON

# No.1 to 6:
Connected models are set to "OFF" and unconnected models are set to "ON."
Reference) Table of setting for Dip Switch on PANEL board

(Set to OFF at the
time of factory
default)

4.3.2 ON/OFF setting for IC-350 (Command Window)
IC-305 and IC-350 are the same. See "4.2.2 ON/OFF setting" and set "ON" for IC-305.

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4.3 FELCOM 18: Setting IC-350

4.3.3 Testing IC-350
Items to be tested are almost the same as those for IC-305 explained in "4.2.3 Testing
IC-305 and IC-306."
Execute [Option] -> 8.Test -> 4.Distress Button Test. Operations are as follows.
When entering Distress Button Test mode, the message
"INF: Distress Buttons entered into TEST MODE." appears.
LED of [DISTRESS] button on the Terminal unit and the buzzer become active at
the intervals of 100 msec/2 sec. As for IC-350, there is no change.
Then, if [DISTRESS] button is pressed,
when [DISTRESS] button on IC-350 is pressed, LED of [DISTRESS] button on
IC-350 and the buzzer become active at intervals of 0.5 s, and the message "INF:
DISTRESS ALERT UNIT works correctly." appears if [DISTRESS] button is
pressed and held down more than 4 seconds.

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4.4 FELCOM 18, 19 External Alarm Setup

4.4 FELCOM 18, 19 External Alarm Setup
This setting is used to set whether to output alarm contact to ALARM System when
receiving the Distress message or Urgency message. Alarm output is normally closed
and interlocked with alarm buzzer. Resistance is approximately 30 Ω while closed
between ALM_H and ALM_C.

IC-318
TERMCPU(16P0283B)
COMMCPU(16P0282)

3.3V

K1
TLP4176G_TP_F
R190

ALM

Q1
2

JUNCTION

4 ALM_A

6

ALM_H

3 ALM_B

7

ALM_C

6
7

Normal Close

Fig. 4.4.1 External Alarm output circuit

Procedure)
1. See page 4-7 and enter Furuno service mode.
2. Press [2] -> [Enter] to open "2. External Alarm Setup" menu.
[ Main Menu ]
1. Remote Box Setup
2. External Alarm Setup
3. AMS Setup
Enter JOB No.:2
[ External Alarm Setup ]
1. Distress Message
2. Distress EGC
3. Urgent EGC
4. Unit Fault
E: Exit
Enter No.:

ON
ON
ON
OFF

3. Enter the number of item to be set, and then press [Enter].
For example, press [3] -> [Enter] to set “OFF” for Urgent EGC.

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4.4 FELCOM 18, 19 External Alarm Setup

Table 4.4.1 External Alarm setup list
Item
1. Distress Message
2. Distress EGC
3. Urgent EGC
4. Unit Fault

Contents
This is ON/OFF setting for External alarm output when receiving
the Distress message.
This is ON/OFF setting for External alarm output when receiving
the Distress EGC message.
This is ON/OFF setting for External alarm when receiving the
Urgent EGC message.
This is ON/OFF setting of External alarm when equipment fails.
See the following list for target "Unit Fault".

Reference) Target messages for which Unit Fault is output
Appears CAUTION window
TROUBLE: RFCON CPU ROM NG.
TROUBLE: RFCON CPU RAM NG.
TROUBLE: RFCON CPU EEPROM NG.
Appears Alert window
1st Local UNLOCK
2nd Local UNLOCK
ANT power voltage abnormality.
ALARM UNIT Fault.
DISTRESS ALERT UNIT Fault.
SSAS UNIT connection abnormality.
Carrier power level.
EEPROM ERROR.
Invalid MES ID, This equipment is defected. Please contact FURUNO.

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4.5 FELCOM 18 and 19: Setting SSAS

4.5 FELCOM 18 and 19: Setting SSAS
SSAS (Ship Security Alert System) is intended for
transmitting a Security alert to "recipients specified " without being noticed by
attackers when the ship is under attack by armed invader, such as pirates, terrorists,
etc.
If any ship Security alert system: IC-307 button is pressed, the SSAS function
activates and the alert indicating that the ship is attacked is transmitted to
predetermined recipients (a maximum of 5 recipients) while sending information,
such as Ship name, MMSI number, IMN and Own ship position at the predetermined
intervals.
No audible or visual alarm is generated while the SSAS report is being transmitted in
order to prevent detection by the invaders.
As for SSAS security alert unit: IC-307,
the unit must be activated from the bridge and at least one more another position. As
for FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19, a maximum of 3 sets of IC-307 can be connected.
Also, backup power is supplied to the ship Security alert system by the Main power
supply and Auxiliary power supply.
Also, IC-307 is connected in daisy chain connection. As for setting, set jumper of
IC-307, enter "1. Remote Box Setup" in Command Window in [Setup] -> 1. System
Setup menu, and then set ON/OFF for SSAS.

Points for operation
1. In case of pressing the [Alert] button on IC-307,
when the [Alert] button is pressed and held down for 30 seconds while using
Standard Type, 3 seconds while using Russian Type and 0.7 seconds while USCG
Type is used, transmission sequence of SSAS alarm starts.
1) Whether the sequence starts cannot be determined by the status display and
panel LED, etc. However, when the SSAS transmission sequence starts,
information, such as Current Channel, Current TDM and MES Status, changes
in the same manner as the normal transmission status.
Whether or not the SSAS transmission sequence has started cannot be
recognized with the lighting status of lamp on the Communication unit of
FELCOM 19.
The lamp lights in the same manner as normal transmission. While transmitting
the SSAS message, the [TX] lamp lights.
2) Communication information indicating whether the alert is transmitted
(Successful sending, Delivery Status) is not displayed. Communication
information is neither printed nor recorded in the log.
3) Even if the power is turned off, the equipment resumes the SSAS alert
sequence when powered on again.

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4) If Delivery Status is "Not Complete" or 30 minutes elapse without receiving
Delivery Status, the alert is transmitted again after changing the LES of the
ocean region where the terminal is logged into.
If E-Mail is set for Destination Type, E-mail is transmitted to destinations from
the top in the LES list in the corresponding ocean region registered at E-Mail
Setup.
If TELEX is set for Destination Type, TELEX is retransmitted from the top of
LES in the LES Information list for the corresponding ocean region.
5) If transmission is unsuccessful, an alert is retransmitted after automatically
changing LES in the same manner as the item 4).
2. How to cancel the transmission sequence
Method-1) Standard Type, Russian Type
Switch the "Alert" button OFF in SSAS Manager Mode.
When the message "NF: SSAS UNIT activation has been canceled." appears, the
transmission sequence has stopped.
Method-2) Standard Type, Russian Type
Change the status of the "Alert" button in the following manner within 3 seconds:
"OFF → ON → OFF → ON →OFF".
When the message "INF: SSAS UNIT activation has been canceled." appears, the
transmission sequence has stopped.
Method-3) Standard Type, Russian Type
Enter SSAS Manger Mode, and then type "terminate ssas alert".
When the message "Please return the SSAS button into OFF-STATE." appears,
return the "Alert" button on IC-307 to the OFF status. When the message "INF:
SSAS UNIT activation has been canceled." appears, the transmission sequence has
stopped.
Method-4) USCG type
Enter SSAS Manger Mode, and then type "terminate ssas alert".
When the message "INF: SSAS UNIT activation has been canceled." appears, the
transmission sequence has stopped.

As for the display indicating cancellation of transmission for FELCOM 19,
the aforementioned message is output if the PC terminal is connected.
While no PC terminal is connected, if the [POWER] lamp on the Communication
unit flashes for 30 seconds at intervals of 1 second, the SSAS transmission sequence
has stopped.

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4.5 FELCOM 18 and 19: Setting SSAS

4.5.1 Jumper Setting
Only for the last IC-307 unit, the JP-2 plug is changed to JP-1. This setting is required
to activate the “error detection function” for cable wiring. See page 4-29.

Only for the last unit,
the JP-2 plug is
changed to JP-1.
Factory setting:
JP-1: Open
JP-2: Jumper

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4.5 FELCOM 18 and 19: Setting SSAS

4.5.2 ON/OFF setting
Procedure)
1. See page 4-7 and enter Furuno service mode.
2. Press [1] -> [Enter] to open "1.Remote Box Setup" menu.
[ Main Menu ]
1. Remote Box Setup
2. External Alarm Setup
3. AMS Setup
Enter JOB No.:1
[ Remote Box Setup ]
1. SSAS
OFF
2. IC-305
OFF
3. IC-306 No.1
OFF
4. IC-306 No.2
OFF
5. IC-306 No.3
OFF
E: Exit
Enter No.:

3. Press [1] -> [Enter].
When SSAS setting menu appears, select the corresponding SSAS function.
See the following page for the SSAS function.
For example, press [2] -> [Enter] to activate Standard SSAS.
“1. SSAS” in the [Remote Box Setup] menu is changed to "IC-307(Standard SSAS)".

[ Remote Box Setup ]
1. SSAS
OFF
2. IC-305
OFF
3. IC-306 No.1
OFF
4. IC-306 No.2
OFF
5. IC-306 No.3
OFF
E: Exit
Enter No.:2
[ SSAS ]
1. OFF
2. IC-307(Standard SSAS)
3. IC-307(Russian SSAS)
4. SSAS(Momentary)
E: Exit
Enter No.:1

[ Remote Box Setup ]
1. SSAS
IC-307(Standard SSAS)
2. IC-305
OFF
3. IC-306 No.1
OFF
4. IC-306 No.2
OFF
5. IC-306 No.3
OFF
E: Exit
Enter No.:

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4.5 FELCOM 18 and 19: Setting SSAS

Table 4.5.1 Outline of the SSAS function
Setting
IC-307(Standard SSAS)

IC-307(Russian SSAS)

SSAS(Momentary)

Outline
The SSAS alert button is latch type and used for the standard
SSAS function. Note that after a button is pushed, transmission
sequence is started in 30 seconds.
This is SSAS for Russian type.
The SSAS alert button is latch type and its operation is Standard
SSAS. Note that after a button is pushed, transmission sequence
is started in 3 seconds.
However, NAV port setting is fixed to AUTO. As for position data,
external GLONASS has priority. If there is no external GPS unit,
internal GPS is used.
Also, the message format is different from that of Standard
SSAS.
This is SSAS for USCG type. The SSAS alert button is
momentary type.
Note that after a button is pushed, transmission sequence is
started in 0.7 seconds.

4.5.3 SSAS mode
The SSAS function has two operating modes.
- Normal mode:
The unit starts up in this mode. The unit is used in this mode. SSAS-related
menus are not displayed.
- SSAS Manager Mode:
Entering the SSAS Manager password in Setup -> 1.System -> Command
Window enables entry into SSAS Manager Mode.
- JOB No.ssas manager
- Password: ship security alert
In this mode, SSAS message and transmission cycle can be set, and “SSAS alert
button test” can be carried out for IC-307.
While the unit is in SSAS Manager Mode, the indication SSAS Manager Mode
(flashing) appears at the center of the top of the screen.
To exit SSAS Manager Mode, input "quit" or "quit ssas" on Command Window.
The unit enters Normal Mode when the unit is turned on again.
Note)
Password: The default password is “ship security alert”.
The manager can change the password. See page 4-23 for how to change the
password.

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4.5 FELCOM 18 and 19: Setting SSAS

1. Entering SSAS Manager Mode
Procedure)
1. Enter the following JOB No. and password in Setup -> 1.System -> Command
Window. Entering SSAS Manager Mode is possible. Only the cursor moves even if
the password is entered. No character appears.
- JOB No. ssas manager
- Password: ship security alert (Default Password)
[ Main Menu ]
1. Remote Box Setup
2. External Alarm Setup
3. AMS Setup
Enter JOB No.: ssas manager
PASSWORD:

Important)
The manager can change the password. If you do not know the password, enter
the common password: wasuremashita+IMN.
IMN is the IMN number set at Setup -> System Setup.
For example, if IMN is 443256789, type "wasuremashita+443256789."
2. When entering SSAS Manager Mode, the indication SSAS Manager Mode
(flashing) appears at the center of the top of the screen.

Reference)
In case of logging in both SSAS Manager Mode and Furuno Service Mode,
SSAS Manager Mode+S appears at the center of the top of the screen.

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Operations that can be executed in SSAS Manager Mode are
- SSAS related setting
- Alert button test for IC-307
- Cancellation of repeated transmission of SSAS.
Table 4.5.2 Menu added to SSAS Manager Mode for FLECOM 18 and FELCOM 19
Main menu

Reports

Sub Menu-1

Remarks

1. Data Report
2. Message Report
3. Enhanced
Pre-Assigned Data
Report(EPADR)
4. Data Network ID

5. SSAS Report

Options

Sub menu-2

8. Test

1. SSAS Report 1
2. SSAS Report 2
3. SSAS Report 3
4. SSAS Report 4
5. SSAS Report 5
6. Message Contents
1. PV Test
2. PV Test Result
3. Diagnostic Test
4. Distress/SSAS

Button Test

4. SSAS Button Test

Addition

Added for
FELCOM 18.
Added for
FELCOM 19.

2. Changing the password for entering SSAS Manager Mode
Changing the password is the operation carried out by the manager.
Procedure)
1. Open Setup -> 1.System -> Command Window, type "ssas password" on the Enter
JOB No. field, and then press [Enter].
2. The line for inputting "OLD PASSWORD" appears.
3. Input "ship security alert" (without the quotation marks), which is the password set
at factory default. The line for inputting "NEW PASSWORD" appears.
4. Input a new password to be set, using at least six characters, and then press [Enter].
The line for inputting “RETYPE NEW PASSWORD” appears.

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5. Type the new password again, and then press [Enter].
If the password is changed, the message "Password changed" appears. If a wrong
password is entered, the message "Mismatch-Password unchanged" appears.

[ Main Menu ]
1. Remote Box Setup
2. External Alarm Setup
3. AMS Setup
Enter JOB No.: ssas password
OLD PASSWORD:
NEW PASSWORD:
RETYPE NEW PASSWORD:
Password changed

6. Press [Esc] several times to close the menu.

Reference)
If the password is already changed, type the new password and then press [Enter].
If you do not know the password, the common password: "wasuremashita+IMN" is
available.

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4.5 FELCOM 18 and 19: Setting SSAS

4.5.4 Editing the SSAS Report
This setting is made in "SSAS Manager Mode."
When the SSAS Alert button on IC-307 is pressed, the message containing contents set
in [Reports] -> 5.SSAS Report ->Message Contents is sent to destinations via LES set
in [Reports] -> 5.SSAS Report -> SSAS Report 1 to 5.
When the Ocean region is changed, the report is sent using the same LES for the Ocean
region.

1. Setting SSAS Report
Procedure)
1. Open [Reports] -> 5.SSAS Report.
A maximum of five destinations (SSAS Report 1 to 5) can be set.
For example, open 1.SSAS Report 1.
2. Set destination and intervals at which the report is transmitted.
3. Press [Esc] key to open the [Update] screen.
Select "Yes" to update data.

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4.5 FELCOM 18 and 19: Setting SSAS

Table 4.5.3 SSAS Report Menu
Item
Status

Setting value

Contents

Remove
ON

Contents of the open page are removed.
SSAS report
A test message is sent to destinations set on the page,
which is being open.
SSAS alert is sent to destinations (SSAS Report 1 to
5) set in this mode.
Also, when testing the button of SSAS Alert unit, the
SSAS alert test message is sent to destinations (SSAS
Report 1 to 5) set in this mode.
SSAS alert is sent to destinations (SSAS Report 1 to
5) set in this mode.
When testing the button of SSAS Alert unit, the SSAS
alert test message is sent to destinations (SSAS
Report 1 to 5) set in this mode.
Destination can be selected from the list registered in
Setup -> 8.Configuration -> 1.Station List.

TEST

Real+Test
Mode
Real only
Test only
Station Name

Destination
Type

TELEX/MES
FAX
E-Mail
SMS
PADN
DNID
Special
(Prefixed)

Prefix Code

xx

Country/Ocean
Code

xxxx

Destination
Modem Type

xxxxxxxxxxxxx
xx
T30
V21 – V32
Other

Address
Subject
LES ID

--Ex; 203(KDDI)

Report Interval

00:10 – 99:59

Destination Type can be selected (generally, E-mail
and SMS)
Reference)
When selecting Special and entering "91" for
Destination, the Loop Back Test for the SSAS
message can be carried out.
This code needs to be entered if Prefixed is set for
Destination Type.
These codes need to be entered if TELEX/MES, FAX
and PSDN are set for Destination Type.
Destination needs to be entered if TELEX/MES, FAX,
PSDN or DNID Special is set for Destination Type.
Modem Type needs to be entered if FAX is set for
Destination Type.
** Generally, T30 is set.
Address needs to be entered if E-Mail or SMS is set for
Destination Type.
Invalid
LES needs to be selected from the LES list.
The interval for sending the report needs to be entered
(the minimum time is 10 minutes.)

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2. Setting Message Contents
The message set here is sent to destinations set for "1. SSAS Report 1 to 5. SSAS
Report 5."
Procedure)
1. Open [Reports] -> 5.SSAS Report -> 6.Message Contents.
2. Enter Vessel Name, MMSI, IMN and IMO, respectively.
As for [Other Inf.], appropriate message can be entered. This message can be edited
as needed.
For example, Company Security Officer name and Call sign can be entered in [Other
Inf.]. A maximum of 360 characters can be entered.

SSAS Message Contents

[Other Inf.]
Arbitrary message (360
chr.) can be edited as
needed.

COURSE/SPEED/Time
Course/speed and
confirmed time (ZDA)
(VTG/RMC/ZDA)

Vessel Name
MMSI
IMN
IMO
Other Inf.

LAT :
LON :
Time :
COURESE:
SPEED :
Time :

- Vessel Name: 30 characters
: ______________________________
- MMSI: Maritime Mobile Service
: ______________________________
: ________________
Identity
: ________________
- IMN: Inmarsat Mobile Number
:____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
34.44.46N
135.21.26E
06/21/2012 04:22:20 (UTC)
071 deg
0.0 kt
06/21/2012 04:22:20 (UTC)

LAT/LON/Time
and positioning time
(GGA/RMC/GLL/RMA)

3. Press [Esc] key to open the [Update] screen.
Select "Yes" to update data.

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4.5 FELCOM 18 and 19: Setting SSAS

4.5.5 Testing the Alert button on IC-307
Procedure)
1. Enter SSAS Manager Mode.
2. Execute [Option] -> 8.Test -> 4.Distress/SSAS Button Test.
The message "INF: Distress/SSAS entered into TEST MODE." appears. As for
FELCOM 19, the message "INF: SSAS Buttons entered into TEST MODE." appears.
Note)
1) If the unit does not enter SSAS Manager Mode, the unit remains in "4.Distress
Button Test" and the SSAS Alert button on IC-307 cannot be tested.
2) SSAS Alert button cannot be tested from the PC terminal of FELCOM 18.
3. Check that the message "INF: SSAS UNIT works correctly." appears when the Alert
button on IC-307 is pressed.
4. If the button is switched ON for more than 30 seconds, the test message is sent to the

destination specified for the “Test only” and Real+Test” in Mode of SSAS Report 1 to
5 settings.

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Reference) Checking wiring
While the SSAS function is set to ON in Command Windows,
wiring is judged to be OK if "+6.5 V" is detected at SSAS OUT H (+6.5 V) output.
If "+6.5 V" is not detected, the error message [SSAS UNIT connection abnormality]
appears.
Therefore, the function for checking connection of IC-307 does not work if wiring is
done in daisy chain connection and [JP1] on the terminal unit is not jumpered.
Wiring of IC-307 can also be checked in [Options] -> 8.TEST -> 4.Distress/SSAS
Alert Button test.
FELCOM 18/19
IC-318

6.5V

SSAS-OUT H
U24

SSAS-CHECK

IC-307

11

1

13

3

U26

JP1
JP2
U1

SSAS-IN C
SSAS-CTRL

14
15

SSAS Alert
Button

4
5

Q3
TERMCPU
COMMCPU

IC-307
1
3

JP1
JP2
U1

SSAS Alert
Button

4
5

IC-307
1

Last unit

3

JP1
JP2
U1

SSAS Alert
Button

4
5

Fig. 4.5.1 IC-307 connection

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4.5 FELCOM 18 and 19: Setting SSAS

4.5.6 Sending the Test message (executing test mode)
This test is carried out to check whether the "Test Report" can be properly sent to the
destination, which was set in SSAS Report setting menu. When carrying out this test, be
sure to check that equipment is working properly in advance.

1. If FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19 is connected with the PC terminal
Procedure)
1. Enter SSAS Manager Mode.
2. Open [Report] -> 5.SSAS Report, and then select "SSAS Report" for the destination
to which the test report is sent in order to open the SSAS Report setting menu.
3. Open [Status], select "TEST" and then press [Enter].
4. Press [Esc] key to open the [Update] screen.
Select "Yes" to update data.
5. The test report is sent.
After sending the test report, [ON] is automatically set for [Status] in the SSAS
Report menu. In this case, the message "Successful Sending message" appears on the
Printer and the Screen. The following figure shows the example of the test report
received via E-mail.
6. Inquire the recipient whether the test report is properly transmitted to the destination.

>From: 443199010@satmailc.com
>Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2012 02:13:36 UTC
>Subject: SSAS ALERT REPORT
>To: felcom@devlan1.furuno.co.jp
>
>
>
!!!Test Call !!! is added.
> !!!! Test Call !!!!
>--- SSAS ALERT MESSAGE -->Vessel Name: furuno test
>MMSI:
431990000
>IMN:
443199010
>this is test ssas message.
>from furuno test
>LAT:
35:00.00N
>LON:
135:00.00E
>Time:
06/21/2012 01:56:15(UTC)
>COURSE:
*** deg
>SPEED:
** kt
>Time:
MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm:ss(UTC)

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2. If PC terminal is not connected with FELCOM 19
2.1) SSAS Standard mode, Russian Mode
Before carrying out the test, be sure to check that the destination specified for the “Test
only” and Real+Test” in Mode of SSAS Report 1 to 5 settings menu. In Case of set to
“Real”, SSAS Test message is not sent, and [ERROR] lamps flashing.
Reference)
This operation transition can be checked on the PC terminal screen.
Procedure)
1. Turn off the Communication unit.
2. Press the Alert button on No.1 IC-307 to switch "ON" the button.
3. Turn on the Communication unit and then enter test mode.

Entering test mode
ON → Power ON

4. After approximately 30 seconds, [POWER], [LOGIN] and [TX] lamps
simultaneously start flashing at intervals of 1 second. If this operation starts, the Alert
button function on No.1 IC-307 is working properly.
If the button does not work due to improper wiring, the [ERROR] lamp flashes at
intervals of 1 second and next operation does not start.

POWER, LOGIN and TX lamps flash
simultaneously at intervals of 1 second.

Note)
If transmission of SSAS report is not required, switch OFF the Alert button
within 30 seconds and then turn off the unit. When 30 seconds elapse, the test
report is sent.

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5. If approximately 30 seconds elapse while [POWER], [LOGIN] and [TX] lamps are
simultaneously flashing, transmission of the test report starts and [POWER],
[LOGIN] and [TX] lamps start flashing at intervals of 0.4 seconds at the same time.

POWER, LOGIN and
TX lamps flash at
intervals of 0.4
seconds.

6. If transmission of the test message succeeds (Successful Sending), [POWER],
[LOGIN] and [TX] lamps simultaneously start flashing at intervals of 1 second.

When transmission succeeds:
POWER, LOGIN and TX lamps flash simultaneously at
intervals of 1 second.

Note) If 60 minutes elapse in this mode, the unit automatically enters normal
mode. However, security alert is not transmitted.
7. Press the Alert button on No.1 IC-307 to switch "OFF" the button.
Note) If 10 seconds elapse whiles the Alert button is switched "ON" after
transmitting the test report successfully, the [ERROR] lamp starts
flashing at intervals of 2 seconds. The Alert button needs to be switched
OFF. The [ERROR] lamp stops flashing.
8. The unit goes into "idle" state in test mode. While the test mode is set to "Idle" status,
each lamp lights for 1 second in the order of [POWER] → [LOGIN] → [TX] and
this operation is repeated.

Scan operation for each
lamp is repeated in the
order of [POWER] →
[LOGIN] → [TX]

9. Turn off the Communication unit and then turn on the unit again to exit test mode.

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2.2) USCG Mode
Before carrying out the test, be sure to check that the destination specified for the “Test
only” and Real+Test” in Mode of SSAS Report 1 to 5 settings. In Case of set to “Real”,
SSAS Test message is not sent, and [ERROR] lamps flashing.
Procedure)
1. Turn off the Communication unit.
2. Press the Alert button on No.1 IC-307.
3. Turn on the Communication unit and then enter test mode.

Entering test mode
ON → Power ON

4. The unit goes into "idle" state in test mode. If test mode is set to idle state, each lamp
lights for 1 second in the order of [POWER] -> [LOGIN] -> [TX], and this operation
is repeated.
5. Switch OFF the Alert button once, and then press the Alert button again.
After 4 seconds, transmission of the test report starts, and then [POWER], [LOGIN]
and [TX] lamps simultaneously start flashing at intervals of 0.4 seconds. In this case,
release the Alert button.

POWER, LOGIN and
TX lamps flash at
intervals of 0.4
seconds.

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6. If transmission of the test report succeeds, each lamp lights for 1 second in the order
of [POWER] -> [LOGIN] -> [TX], and this operation is repeated.

When transmission succeeds:
POWER, LOGIN and TX lamps light every 1 second.

7. Turn off the Communication unit and turn on the unit again in order to exit test
mode.

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4.6 AMS

4.6 AMS
4.6.1 Overview
1. Overview
In the FELCOM18/19, installed an connection function with the AMS unit, which is the
system for concentrated control monitoring of alert from Ver.01.06.
Ver.01.06; Felecom 18_TERM CPU, Flecom 19_COMMCPU,
Felcon 18_19 PC and VMS PC terminal.
Connecting with AMS comes in alert announcement for AMS, and the alert ACK
processing from FELCOM18/19.
As for the AMS connection, FELCOM 18/19 are connected via the LAN port. Then, the
setting for AMS in the FELCOM18/19, carries out in the Command Window.
2. Alert announcement and ACK: acknowledgement
Alert announcement generated in the FELCOM18/19 is used the ALR sentence. ACK
for the alert is used the ACK sentence output from the AMS unit.
Transmitting for alert announcement is transmitted in the following timing.
1) Event Transmission: Transmits when alert is generated or changed status, or
when ACK condition is changed.
2) Regular Transmission: Transmits the current alert condition and the ACK condition
every 30 seconds.
3) Start-up Transmission: Transmits for reset the AMS display.
ALR
FELCOM 18/19

ACK

AMS

ALR sentence format;
UTC, AMS Alert No.(Code No), Alert status(V, A), ACK status(V, A), Alert text
For ACK, when acknowledged the alert in the AMS side, acknowledges with the ACK
sentence from AMS to FELCOM18/19. ACK status becomes the ACK condition
completed with the buzzer stopped. Also, ACK is as follows.
1) Local ACK: Press the [ESC] key during the alert pop-up window displayed.
2) Remote ACK (AMS ACK): ACK operation in the AMS unit.

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3. Alert Indication
The generated alert message is displayed in the orange pop-up window, which is
different from the conventional CAUTION pop-up window. If the multiple alerts are
generated, the alert appears every event.
Also, When Distress and Urgency message are received, its alert message is displayed
on the top pop-up window.
The generated error can be checked in the log-in of the Service Mode.
[Option] -> 9. Maintenance -> System Log

Also, the alert list for the current generated alert can be checked in the [Option] -> 0.
Alert menu. The displayed alert message is not deleted from the alert list when the ACK
status is “V” (not ACK condition) for the event, even if the event is solved.

System Log

Alert

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4. Category of Alert
Code
001
002
003
010
013
050
100
200
201
300
500
501
510
640
641
642
630
632
730

Content
EGC Synchronization loss.
Synchronization loss.
BBER over 80%.
Invalid MES ID.
Please update current ship position.
EEPROM ERROR.
ANT power voltage abnormality.
1st Local UNLOCK
2nd Local UNLOCK
TX Carrier power level abnormality.
Distress Priority Message received.
Distress Priority EGC Message received.
Urgent Priority EGC Message received.
DISTRESS ALERT UNIT Fault.
ALARM UNIT connection abnormality.
SSAS UNIT connection abnormality.
Internal GPS UNIT failure.
External NAV equipment failure.
Can't print. Printer not ready.( Offline/Paper Low)

NOTE:
Code number is classified as the following category.
Code
0xx
1XX
2XX
3XX

Mean
System
Power supply
OSC/PLL
AF/IF/RF circuit

Code
4XX
5XX
6XX
7XX

Mean
Soft wear
Rx Dis/Urg Msg.
Communication I/F
Option(peripheral equipment)

Code
8XX
9XX

Mean
Reserved
Reserved

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4.6 AMS

4.6.2 Overview for AMS Settings
1. Menu Tree
AMS Setup menu tree is as follows.
1. Legacy
1. Mode Setup

2. AlertIF1

AMS mode ON/OFF
1.Distress Alert Stop Enable
2.Distress Alert Stop Disable

E: Exit
3. AMS Setup

CS0000 ~ 9998 (ID No. of F18_19)
(CS: felcom18_19)
II0000 ~ 9998 (ID No. of AMS)
(II: AMS)
Appears number of Error packet
(0~4,294,967,295)

2. MY SFI Setup
3. AMS SFI Setup
4. Error Log
E: Exit

2. Alert Mode
Alert Mode has the two kinds of the operation mode.
1) Legacy Mode: Conventional operation mode. None of the AMS connecting.
(ALR and ACK sentences does not handling)
2) AlertIF1: AMS alignment connecting mode
Differences of the respective mode are as follows.
Alert Acknowledgement
(ALR)
Operation when receiving the
Alert ACK
When solved
the event of HW Alert

Legacy Mode

AlertIF1 Mode

None

Informs.

None

Operates

- Buzzer stops.
- Pop-up menu is deleted.

- Buzzer is not stopped.
- Pop-up menu is not deleted.

In setting of the AlertIF1, buzzer sounds change optional setting (buzzer sounds YES or NO) when
receiving Distress/Urgency MSG is existed for corresponding to special requirement of ship’s
classification.
The setting is “1.Distress Alert Stop Enable” and “2.Distress Alert Stop Disable”.

3. SFI:xxxxxx
SFI Setup consists of the ID number setting (two character model name and four digits).
On the basis of the ID number, communication between FELCOM18/19 and AMS unit
are carried out.
The setting is as follows.
- Model name of MY SFI Setup: FEOCOM 18/19 -> “CS”
- Model name of AMS SFI Setup: “IT”

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4.6.3 AMS Settings
Procedure)
1. Refer to the page 4-7 to enter in the Furuno Service Mode.
2. Press the [3] -> [Enter] key to open the“3. AMS Setup”menu.
[ Main Menu ]
1. Remote Box Setup
2. External Alarm Setup
3. AMS Setup
Enter JOB No.:1
[ AMS Setup Menu ]
1. Mode setup
2. MY SFI Setup
3. AMS SFI Setup
4. Error Log
E: Exit
Enter No.:

Mode Setup
3. Press the [1] -> [Enter] key to enter in the Mode Setup.
[ AMS Setup Menu ]
1. Mode setup
2. MY SFI Setup
3. AMS SFI Setup
4. Error Log
E: Exit
Enter No.:1
[ Mode setup ]
1. Legacy ON
2. AlertIF1
E: Exit
Enter AMS mode No,.

4. Setting for connecting with the AMS unit (YES or NO)
Default setting value is Legacy Mode.
5. Changes to the Legacy Mode when pressing the [1] -> [Enter] key. The display
shows “Legacy ON”. This indication appears when the setting is Legacy mode.
Setting of the MY SFI Setup and AMS SFI Setup is not required. When setting to
the AlertIF1 Mode, go to the procedure -6.

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6. When pressing the [2] -> [Enter] key, changes to “AlertIF1 Mode”. And, the
[AlertIF1 Option] menu appears.
In case of “Distress Alarm Stop Enable”, press the [1] -> [Enter] key. In case of
“Distress Alarm Stop Disable”, press the [2] -> [Enter] key. Returns to the [AMS
Setup Menu] menu.

・Distress Alarm Stop Enable
Outputted Alarm sounds from the Felecom when receiving the
Distress/Urgency message can stop by ACK form AMS unit. When
deleting it with displaying the pop-up message in the terminal, press the
[ESC] key.

・Distress Alarm Stop Disable
Outputted Alarm sounds from the Felcom when receiving the
Distress/Urgency message cannot stop by AMS unit. When deleting it
with displaying the pop-up message in the terminal, press the [ESC] key.
Operation required in the GMDSS is this setting.
NOTE:
Regardless of the above mentioned setting, when pressing the [ESC] key
in the FELCOM 18/19 terminal unit side, alarm sound stop and pop-up
message are deleted in the terminal. In other words, this is an operation
for the ACK completion and the resolve of alert.

[ Mode setup ]
1. Legacy ON
2. AlertIF1
E: Exit
Enter AMS mode No,.2
[ AlertIF1 Option ]
1. Distress Alarm Stop Enable ON
2. Distress Alarm Stop Disable
E: Exit
Enter AlertIF1 Option No. :

[ Mode setup ]
1. Legacy ON
2. AlertIF1
E: Exit
Enter AMS mode No,.2
[ AlertIF1 Option ]
1. Distress Alarm Stop Enable ON
2. Distress Alarm Stop Disable
E: Exit
Enter AlertIF1 Option No. :2

[ Mode setup ]
1. Legacy
2. AlertIF1 ON
E: Exit
Enter AMS mode No,.
[ AMS Setup Menu ]
1. Mode setup
2. MY SFI Setup
3. AMS SFI Setup
4. Error Log
E: Exit
Enter No.:

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SFI Setup
7. When pressing the [2] -> [Enter] key, [MY SFI Setup] menu appears.
Input the ID number with the four digits of for the Felcom. When Felcom’s are
installed, do not register the same ID number. For example, input “0002”. Press the
[E] -> [Enter] key after the input. Returns to the [ASM Setup Menu] menu.
The model name “CS” cannot be changed.

[ AMS Setup Menu ]
1. Mode setup
2. MY SFI Setup
3. AMS SFI Setup
4. Error Log
E: Exit
Enter No.:2

[ MY SFI Setup ]
SFI CS0001
0000 to 9998: SFI No.
E: Exit
Enter SFI No.:

[ MY SFI Setup ]
SFI CS0001
0000 to 9998: SFI No.
E: Exit
Enter SFI No. 0002

[ MY SFI Setup ]
SFI CS0002
0000 to 9998: SFI No.
E: Exit
Enter SFI No.

[ MY SFI Setup ]
SFI CS0002
0000 to 9998: SFI No.
E: Exit
Enter SFI No. e

[ AMS Setup Menu ]
1. Mode setup
2. MY SFI Setup
3. AMS SFI Setup
4. Error Log
E: Exit
Enter No.:

8. When pressing the [3] -> [Enter] key, [ASM SFI Setup] menu appears.
Input the ID number of for the ASM unit. The ID number consists of the two digits
character and the four digits number.
For example, input the “II0002”. After the input, press the [ESC] key to out of the
Command Window.

[ MY SFI Setup ]
SFI CS0002
0000 to 9998: SFI No.
E: Exit
Enter SFI No. e

[ AMS Setup Menu ]
1. Mode setup
2. MY SFI Setup
3. AMS SFI Setup
4. Error Log
E: Exit
Enter No.:

[ AMS Setup Menu ]
1. Mode setup
2. MY SFI Setup
3. AMS SFI Setup
4. Error Log
E: Exit
Enter No.:3
[ AMS SIF Setup ]
SFI II0001
E: Exit
Enter SFI: II0002

[ AMS SIF Setup ]
SFI II0001
E: Exit
Enter SFI: II0002
[ AMS SIF Setup ]
SFI II0002
E: Exit
Enter SFI:

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Reference) Check for Error Log
Error part of the RX packet from the AMS unit can be checked The maximum of the
total count is 4,294,967,295.
However, respective error count is deleted when turning off power. Also, Log Clear
operation is not carried out except for the Furuno Service Mode.
Procedure)
1. Press the [3] -> [Enter] key to open the “3. AMS Setup”menu. And then, press the
[4] -> [Enter] key to open the “Error Log”.
[ Main Menu ]
1. Remote Box Setup
2. External Alarm Setup
3. AMS Setup
Enter JOB No.:1

[ Error Log ]
Datagram header error
TAG block formatting error
TAG checksum error
TAG syntax error
TAG framing error
Sentence syntax error
Total

[ AMS Setup Menu ]
1. Mode setup
2. MY SFI Setup
3. AMS SFI Setup
4. Error Log
E: Exit
Enter No.:

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1. Log Clear
E: Exit
Enter No.:

2. Press the [ESC] key after checking to out of the Command Window.

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4.7 Data Report

4.7 Data Report
4.7.1 Overview
1. Overview
Data Report is the service to send small amount of data, such as position data, course
and speed, from MES: FELCOM 18, 19 to users on the ground.
VMS (Vessel Monitoring System) and LRIT (Long-Range Identification and Tracking
of ship) use this service.
Polling is the service that enables users on the ground to send the Polling Command to
specific ship, specific group in the specific ocean region (area).
For example, the report is transmitted according to the Polling Command sent from the
LES (provider), or the report is transmitted according to intervals and start time for
transmitting the report programmed in MES.
To carry out Data Report, an agreement needs to be made between a user on the ground
and LES, which works as the provider, and DNID (Data Network ID; LES number)
needs to be downloaded into MES.

Table 4.7.1 Polling command list
Command
type
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
07H
08H
09H
0AH
0BH
0C - 3FH
40 - 7FH

Meaning

Polling Type

Send Unreserved Report as required
in [Response]
Program Reserved Data Reporting
Initiate Reserved Data Reporting
Stop Reserved Data Reporting
Program Unreserved Data Reporting
Initiate Unreserved Data Reporting
Stop Unreserved Data Reporting
Define Macro Encoded Message
Macro Encoded Message
Data Transmission
Download DNID
Delete DNID
Reserved
User defined

Any(Individual, Group, Area Polling)
Individual
Any(Individual, Group, Area Polling)
Any(Individual, Group, Area Polling)
Any(Individual, Group, Area Polling)
Any(Individual, Group, Area Polling)
Any(Individual, Group, Area Polling)
Any(Individual, Group, Area Polling)
Any(Individual, Group, Area Polling)
Any(Individual, Group, Area Polling)
Any(Individual, Group, Area Polling)
Individual
Any(Individual, Group, Area Polling)

For example, if the polling command "02H Initiate Reserved Data Reporting" is
received, initiates Data Reporting according to programming of "01H Program
Reserved Data Reporting."

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2. Types of Data Report protocols
Data Report is classified into the following protocols. Even if the protocol of Data
Report changes, contents to be report do not change.
Table 4.7.2 Data Report protocols
Data Report
types
DR

EDR

PADR

EPADR

Outline
Unreserved Data Report;
This is the simplest Data Report.
Since there is no acknowledgment function, the Report may not be
transmitted securely.
Enhanced Data Report;
The Report can be securely transmitted by using the acknowledgement
function after transmitting the report.
Pre-Assigned Data Report;
This report is the report, which is programmed on the ground and needs
to be transmitted at fixed transmission intervals and fixed time (time).
Since there is no acknowledgment function in the same manner as DR,
the report may not be transmitted securely.
Enhanced Pre-Assigned Data Reporting;
This report is the report, which is programmed on the ground and
enables further control compared to PADR. This report needs to be
transmitted at fixed transmission intervals and fixed time (time).
The report can be securely transmitted by using the acknowledgement
function after transmitting the report in the same way as EDR.

Acknowledgement function:
This function is used to check the checksum at the receiving side in order to confirm that
the report is securely transmitted. If there is abnormality in Check-Sum, the
retransmission request is sent to MES.

3. Sharing VMS and LRIT
Do not operate VMS and LRIT in the same equipment at the same time.
For example, when the unit is turned ON or OFF, or when an event, such as blocking,
occurs, the report is transmitted to all valid DNIDs (LRIT and VMS).
Note)
The above operation depends on the VMS setting file. This item is applied to "VMS
DNID only". Definition of this item is that the report is only transmitted to the DNID
dedicated for VMS when an event occurs.
If "FALSE" (default value) is set, above functions are applied to all DNIDs. If
"TRUE" is set, the report is transmitted to the DNID in which characters "VMS" are
entered in the "Name" field for DNID. Whether to add characters "VMS" is decided
by the provider.

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4.7 Data Report

4. Data Report by operating menu
There is a way to transmit the report by programming Destination and intervals with
operations of FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19 instead of transmitting the report by use of
Polling Command.
[Report] -> 1. Data Report -> 1. Data Report

to

4. Data Report:
-> Enhanced Data Report
-> Usual Data Report

[Report] -> 3. Enhanced Pre-Assigned Data Report (EPADR)
-> 1. EPADR - 4. EPADR
[Report] -> 2.Message Report is the Data Report using Message Channel.
Data Report is transmitted in the same way as TELX and E-Mail. The above Report
uses Signaling Channel; therefore the system is different.
5. Displaying Data Report
If the program is downloaded after downloading DNID, "Running Report Program
(POLL)" appears at the lower left of the Status screen.
"Data Report" appears while transmitting the Data Report.

Note)
Do not operate VMS and LRIT in the same equipment at the same time.
For example, when the unit is turned ON or OFF, or when an event, such as
blocking, occurs, the report is transmitted to all valid DNIDs (LRIT and VMS).

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4.7.2 Enabling/Disabling DNID
DNID of VMS and LRIT, which is downloaded for transmitting the Data Report, can be
enabled or disabled.
However, applicability of DNID (enabled or disabled) is defined by the VMS setting
file when VMS is set to "ON."
For example, <setting key="Forbid DNID Inhibit" value="true" /> is defined in the
FFA VMS file; therefore DNID cannot be disabled. Be sure to set VMS "OFF" when
enabling or disabling DNID.

Procedure)
1. Open [Report] -> 4.Data Network ID.

2. Select the DNID to be enabled or disabled, and then press [ENTER] key.
When the password entry screen appears, enter the password “data network id,” and
then press [ENTER].

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3. When the screen for enabling or disabling the DNID appears, select the item to be set.

- Disable
DNID is disabled. Data Report is not executed.
Act display:- Enable
DNID is enabled.
If the setting is returned from Enable (24-hour) or Enable (Temporary stop) to
"Enable," the transmission cycle is set to "6 hours" for the following transmission
regardless of the transmission cycle specified by the Polling command.
Act display: *
- Enable (24-hour)
As for report using the Polling Command, the transmission cycle is set to "24
hours" for the first and subsequent transmissions regardless of the transmission
cycle specified by using the Polling command for Data Report.
Act display: 24h
- Enable (Temporary stop)
Transmission is temporarily stopped.
Act display: STP

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4.7.3 VMS setting
Report setting needs to be defined according to operation requirements of VMS.
For example, at FFA, whether to transmit the report when an event, turning ON/OFF the
unit, Blocking, entry into or exit from the specified ocean region, occurs, and setting for
hiding that the report is being transmitted needs to be made on the Status screen.
The above VMS setting is made using the PC terminal for VMS.
See "Chapter 7. PC Terminal" for how to install the following VMS PC terminal
software and start up the software.
- VMS_FELCOM18_PC_V01.0x_Rxxxx
- VMS_FELCOM19_PC_V01.0x_Rxxxx
Note that the PC terminal software for FELCOM 18 and 19 and VMS PC software
cannot be installed on the same PC.

1. Setting VMS ON
Procedure)
1. Double-click the "VMS_FxxPC" to start up the VMS PC terminal.
2. "0.VMS Mode" is added when opening the [Report] menu. Open "0.VMS Mode".
3. When the Password entry screen appears, enter the Password: 123456789.

Password: 123456789

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4. The VMS Mode screen appears. Set VMS function "ON" and then press [Enter] key.

VMS Function -> ON

5. Click "LOAD" and select the VMS file to be set (for example,
"felcom_vmssettings_FFA.xml"). The path of the selected VMS setting file appears
on the LOAD column. Press [Enter].

LOAD

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6. Parameters of the selected VMS setting file are reflected on the VMS SETTINGS
screen. Select [Apply] on this screen and then click [Enter] key.

Select [Apply].

7. If the VMS function activates, the preset "VMS name" appears at the lower left of
the Status screen.
ex: FFA is active.

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2. Setting VMS OFF
Procedure)
1. Double-click the "VMS_FxxPC" to start up the VMS PC terminal.
2. Open "0.VMS Mode" from [Report] menu.
3. When the password entry screen appears, enter the password: 123456789.

Password: 123456789

4. The VMS Mode screen appears. Set the VMS function "OFF" and then press [Enter].

5. Click [LOAD], select the VMS filer for VMS to be deleted or select any VMS setting
file, and then press [Enter] key. The path of the selected VMS setting file appears on
the LOAD column.
For example, select "felcom_vmssettings_FFA.xml."

LOAD

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6. When the “CHANGE VMS SETTINGS” screen appears, select [Apply] and then
press [Enter] key.

Select [Apply].

7. If the VMS function is set to "OFF," the VMS name that appears at lower left of the
Status screen disappears.

The VSM name disappears.

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3. Checking the VMS setting
When the VMS setting file is loaded, setting parameters are reflected on the VMS
SETTINGS screen.
Following is the "felcom_vmssetings_FFA.xml" setting file.

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4. Editing the VMS setting file (reference)
Do not edit the VMS setting file without reason. Each VMS setting parameter
meets the requirements of corresponding VMS. This section is provided to help
you understand VMS.
When changing the setting of VMS parameters, edit the “felcom_vmssetings_xxx.xml”
file and then upload the file. The VMS setting file is in xml format. This file can be
edited by using WordPad and TraPad, etc.
Following is the example of contents of the "felcom_vmssetings_FFA(E-Form).xml" file.
As for "<setting key="xxxxxx" value="xxx" />", Seeing key= indicates the setting and
it is fixed, and value="xxx" indicates the parameter. "True" indicates ON and "false"
indicates OFF.
Also, if value="" is used instead of value="xxx," the setting value does not appear.
Also, the setting group is classified from "<group name="xxx" >" to "</group>."
Example of contents of the "felcom_vmssetings_FFA(E-Form).xml" file
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>

<? Xxxxxx ?>: Indicates xml format.

<!-- VMS Settings for FFA -->
<vmssettings version="Unused" info="FFA" mode="08">
<setting key="VMS Feature" value="true" />
<group name="General" >
<setting key="Allow External NAV Data" value="false" />
<setting key="Preferred NAV Data Source" value="GPS" />
<setting key="Disable Logout" value="true" />
<setting key="VMS DNID only" value="false" />
<setting key="Forbid DNID Inhibit" value="true" />
<setting key="Hidden VMS" value="true" />
<setting key="EFORM" value="true" />
<group name="Report Contents" >
<setting key="Position" value="true" />
<setting key="Course_Speed" value="true" />
<setting key="Engine" value="false" />
<setting key="Program Version" value="false" />
<setting key="Satellite Information" value="false" />
<setting key="Area entered" value="false" />
<setting key="Area left" value="false" />
</group>
<setting key="Report Retransmissions" value="10" />
</group>
<group name="Scan-Enable Ocean Region" >

<!—xxxx -->: Shows the comment.
Indicates the start of the file.

<setting key="Current NCS" value="true" />
<setting key="AOR-E" value="true" />
<setting key="AOR-W" value="true" />
<setting key="IOR" value="true" />
<setting key="POR" value="true" />
</group>
<group name="Current Position Log" >

Start of the General group

Start of the Report Contents group

End of the Report Contents group

/: End of the Report Contents group
Start of the Scan-Enable Ocean
Region group

/: End of the Scan-Enable Ocean
Region group
Start of the Current Position Log group

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<setting key="Period" value="60" />
End of the Current Position Log group
</group>
Start of the Event Report group
<group name="Event Report" >
<setting key="First Position" value="true" />
<setting key="Last Position" value="true" />
<setting key="Antenna Fail" value="true" />
<setting key="Antenna Blocked" value="true" />
<setting key="GPS Blocked" value="true" />
<setting key="Stored Reports" value="true" />
<setting key="Enter Reduced Reporting Mode" value="false" />
<setting key="Leave Reduced Reporting Mode" value="false" />
<setting key="Enter Area Report" value="true" />
<setting key="Leave Area Report" value="true" />
End of the Event Report group
</group>
<group name="Reduced Reporting" >
Start of the Reduced Reporting group
<setting key="Use" value="false" />
<setting key="Interval" value="" />
Start of the EnterCondition group
<group name="EnterCondition" >
<setting key="distance" value="" />
<setting key="time" value="" />
End of the EnterCondition group
</group>
<group name="LeaveCondition" >
Start of the LeaveCondition group
<setting key="distance" value="" />
<setting key="time" value="" />
End of the LeaveCondition group
</group>
End of the Reduced Reporting group
</group>
Indicates the end of file.
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As for the parameter to be changed, for example, in case of "<setting key="Allow
External NAV Data" value="false" />," the part [value="false"] is changed. “False”
indicates “OFF” and “True” indicates “ON”. As for setting other than ON/OFF, see
"Setting" in the following table.
Although the name can be changed, do not change the extension.
Table 4.7.3 Meaning of VMS parameters
Item

Setting

Meaning

Current
VMS Feature

True/False

Allow EXT Nav
Data

True/False

Preferred NAV Data
Source

GPS
GLONASS
GNSS

Disable Logout

True/False

VMS DNID only

True/False

Forbid DNID Inhibit

True/False

Hidden VMS

True/False

EFORM

True/False

Enabling/Disabling the VMS function
- TRUE: VMS function is enabled.
- FALSE: VMS function is disabled.
Normally, manual input is used for VMS.
- TRUE: Setting NavPort is available.
- FALSE: Setting NavPort is not available.
- GPS: Only internal GPS data is used (default).
- GLONASS: Data input from the NAV port (talker GL) is used.
- GNSS: Data input from the NAV port (regardless talker) is used.
- TRUE: Logout connection state cannot be retained
(automatic Login).
- Logout connection state is retained while FALSE is set.
Event Report, Reduced Reporting and Area Report Interval
functions are only applied to DNID dedicated for VMS.
OFF: If FALSE is set, the above function is applied to all
DNIDs. If characters "VMS" are entered in the "Name"
field for DNID registration, the DNID is recognized as
the DNID dedicated for VMS.
- TRUE: The Data Report is only transmitted to the DNID
dedicated for VMS.
- FALSE: The Data Report is transmitted to all DNIDs.
- TRUE: DNID cannot be manually disabled.
- FALSE: DNID can be manually disabled.
Setting whether to display the transmission status on the
Status screen, Sent Report Log and Communication Log
- TRUE: Transmission status of Data Report is not displayed.
- FALSE: Transmission status of Data Report is displayed.
- TRUE: EFORM is available.
- FALSE: EFORM is not available.

Report Contents
Position

True/False

Course/Speed

True/False

Engine

True/False

- TRUE: The report containing Position information is
transmitted.
- FALSE: The report containing Position information is not
transmitted.
- TRUE: The report containing Course/Speed information is
transmitted.
- FALSE: The report containing Course/Speed information is
not transmitted.
Specification of NYK
Engine +Position + Course/Speed

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Program Version

True/False

Satellite
Information

True/False

Area entered

True/False

Area left

True/False

Report
Retransmissions

0 – 10

Russia KKCM/MRCM type
- TRUE: The report containing Program Version information
is transmitted.
- FALSE: The report containing Program Version information
is not transmitted.
Russia KKCM/MRCM type
- TRUE: The report containing satellite information is
transmitted.
- FALSE: The report containing satellite information is not
transmitted.
- TRUE: The report notifying entry into the area is
transmitted.
- FALSE: The report notifying entry into the area is not
transmitted.
- TRUE: The report that notifies leaving from the area is
transmitted.
- FALSE: The report that notifies leaving from the area is not
transmitted.
Setting number of retries for processing failed report
Note) In case of Stored Report is enabled;
Report Retransmission setting is disabled,

Scan-Enable
Ocean Region
Current(auto-chg
NCS)

True/False

AOR-E

True/False

AOR-W

True/False

IOR

True/False

POR

True/False

During scan process,
- TRUE: Scanning Current NCS is made.
- FALSE: Scanning Current NCS is not made.
During scan process,
- TRUE: Scanning AOR-E is made.
- FALSE: Scanning AOR-E is not made.
During scan process,
- TRUE: Scanning AOR-W is made.
- FALSE: Scanning AOR-W is not made.
During scan process,
- TRUE: Scanning IOR is made.
- FALSE: Scanning IOR is not made.
During scan process,
- TRUE: Scanning POR is made.
- FALSE: Scanning POR is not made.

Current Position Log
Period

1-1440

Intervals for recording the log:
1 to 1440 minutes (default is 60 minutes.)

Event Report
First Position
Report (MEM 40H)

True/False

Last Position
Report (MEM 42H)

True/False

Antenna Fail
Report (MEM 44H)

True/False

Antenna Blocked
Report (MEM 45H)

True/False

Report that is sent when the unit is turned ON
- TRUE: First Position Report is transmitted.
- FALSE: First Position Report is not transmitted.
Report that is sent when the unit is turned OFF
- TRUE: Last Position Report is transmitted.
- FALSE: Last Position Report is not transmitted.
The report that is transmitted when the antenna is removed
- TRUE: Antenna Fail Report is transmitted.
- FALSE: Antenna Fail Report is not transmitted.
The report that is transmitted when signal from satellites is
not detected
- TRUE: Antenna Blocked Report is transmitted.
- FALSE: Antenna Blocked Report is not transmitted.

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GPS Blocked
Report (MEM 58H)

True/False

Stored Report
(MEM 46H)

True/False

Enter Reduced
Reporting Mode
(MEM 55H)
Leave Reduced
Reporting Mode
(MEM 57H)

True/False
True/False

Enter Area Report
(MEM 47H)

True/False

Leave Area Report
(MEM 48H)

True/False

The report that is sent while GPS data is disabled
- TRUE: GPS Blocked Report is transmitted.
- FALSE: GPS Blocked Report is not transmitted.
The report that is sent when transmission fails
- TRUE: Stored Report is transmitted.
Note) Report Retransmission function is disabled.
- FALSE: Stored Report is not transmitted.
Start of Reduced Reporting Mode
- TRUE: Reduced Reporting Mode starts.
- FALS: Enter Reduced Reporting Mode does not start.
Leaving from Reduced Reporting Mode
- TRUE: Leaves from Reduced Reporting Mode.
- FALS: Does not leave Reduced Reporting Mode.
- TRUE: The report that notifies entering from the area is
transmitted.
- FALSE: The report that notifies entering from the area is not
transmitted.
- TRUE: The report that notifies leaving from the area is
transmitted.
- FALSE: The report that notifies leaving from the area is not
transmitted.

Reduced Reporting
Use (MEM 56H)

True/False

Interval

5-1440

Enter Condition
distance

1-999

time

1-1440

Leave Condition
distance

1-999

time

1-1440

- TRUE: Reduced Reporting function is enabled.
- FALSE: Reduced Reporting function is disabled.
Intervals (minutes) for transmitting the report in Reduced
Reporting Mode
Conditions for recognizing entry into the area are set.
Reduced Reporting Mode is enabled according to conditions
of distance (A) and Time (B). With this setting, conditions for
entering Reduced Reporting are set.
Whether to enter Reduced Mode is determined based on
how many meters the ship moves in specified time.
- If the ship moves only 1 meter in 1 minute (1 m/1 min):
Moves to Enter Reduced Reporting Mode.
- If the ship moves only 400 meters in 180 minutes
(400 m/180 min):
Moves to Enter Reduced Reporting Mode.
- If the ship moves only 999 meters in 1440 minutes
(999 m/1440 min):
Moves to Enter Reduced Reporting Mode.
Conditions for recognizing leaving from the area are set.
Reduced Reporting Mode is enabled according to conditions
of distance (A) and Time (B). With this setting, conditions for
leaving Reduced Reporting are set.
Whether to leave from Reduced Mode is determined based
on how many meters the ship moves in specified time.
- If the ship moves only 1 meter in 1 minute (1 m/1 min):
Moves to Leave Reduced Reporting Mode.
- If the ship moves only 400 meters in 180 minutes
(400 m/180 min):
Moves to Leave Reduced Reporting Mode.
- If the ship moves only 999 meters in 1440 minutes
(999 m/1440 min):
Moves to Leave Reduced Reporting Mode.

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Reference) Relation between DNID and Data Report of the VMS
For example, “POR : LES=203, DNID=21100, Sub=1” and “IOR : LES=303,
DNID=21100, Sub=1” are the common DNID.
In single DNID is registered, when Polling Program in the POR(for example) is
registered, own ship functionates as the effective Polling Program after moved from
POR area to IOR area.
However, when the Polling Program is registered in respective sea area, Polling
Program of the own ship’s sea area is effective.

Table 4.7.4 In case of single Polling Program
Region
DNID
Polling
Program
Polling
Data Report
Polling
Start/Stop

AOR-W
004/7504/1/13

AOR-E
POR
IOR
104/7504/1/13 204/7504/1/13
-

Exist

-

-

-

Transmitting
Data Report

Transmitting
Data Report

Transmitting
Data Report

-

Possible

Possible

Possible

-

Note

Data Report is
transmitted in the
common DNID sea area.

Table 4.7.5 In case of two or more Polling Programs
Region
DNID
Polling
Program
Polling Data
Report
Polling
Start/Stop

AOR-W
004/7504/1/13

AOR-E
104/7504/1/13

POR
IOR
204/7504/1/13
-

Exist

Exist

Transmitting
Data Report

Transmitting
Data Report

-

-

Possible

Possible

-

-

-

Note

Data Report is
transmitted with the own
ship’s sea are Polling
Program.

Also, as for the Stored Report function;
Stored Report function is; transmits again when the unit comes into “Unsync
“condition, fails the Data report and returns to the “Sync” condition.
Also, when the Stored Report function described in the VMS setting file is effective,
Retransmission function is ignored.

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5. Setting E-FORM
The E-FORM (Electronic form) function is “applicable to FFA VMS type FELCOM
19. ”
E-FORM is the xml file, which is transmitted from FFA in the form of E-Mail via
satellite circuit and downloaded into the VMS PC terminal connected to FELCOM 19.
In this system, an FFA subscriber writes requirements in the specific downloaded file
and sends the file to FFA via E-Mail.
Restrictions on E-FORM
1) Maximum number of E-FORM programs
A maximum of 20 different E-FORM programs need to be supported.
2) Version
A maximum of 100 different E-FORM programs need to be supported.
3) Number of transmitted reports
A maximum of 100 E-FORM reports need to be stored. If there are more than 101
reports, the old file is deleted.
4) Number of unsent messages
A maximum of 100 E-FORM reports need to be stored. If there are more than 101
reports, the old file is deleted.

6. Activating E-FORM
Key points)
1) Using VMS_F19 Terminal PC,
as for E-FORM setting in the FFA VMS setting file, confirm that <setting
key="EFORM" value="true" /> is set to "true."
2) Set the above FFA VMS "ON."
3) Using F19_PC Terminal PC of user,
place “FelcomEForm.dll” and “FelcomEForm.exe” in the directory of the
execution file for “VMS_F19PC”.

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Procedure)
1. Using VMS_F19 Terminal PC, set FFA VMS "ON."
2. Install F19_PC Terminal software to user PC,
confirm that the F19PC.exe file is stored in the “C:¥Program Files¥Furuno ¥FELCOM19”
folder, which is automatically created when F19PC is installed.
3. Paste E-FORM files (FelcomEForm.dll and FelcomEForm.exe) here.

Pasting FelcomEForm.dll
and FelcomEForm.exe

4. When F19PC terminal software starts up, "4.E-FORM" is added to [Transmit] menu.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Transmit
Transmit Message
Cancel
Request Delivery Status
E-FORM

7. Opening E-FORM
The E-FORM file is downloaded from FFA via satellite circuit and stored in the specific
folder "original" for F19PC. Or, the E-FORM file can be pasted on this folder.
If the E-FORM file is pasted on the specified folder by any of the methods, E-FORM
becomes available.
The location of the specified folder is as follows.
C:¥ Documents and Settings ¥ installuser ¥ Application Data ¥ Furuno ¥ EFORMs
¥ original

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Reference) versiontest-10.10.efm
This file is the E-FORM file, which is created when E-FORM is activated. The file
form shown in the following figure is not "E-FORM" downloaded from FFA.

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4.7.4 ON/OFF setting for LRIT Mode
If LRIT mode is set to ON,
LRIT Report has priority over EGC reception. The priority of transmission of normal
message and reception of LRIT message is the same.
For example, since transmission of the LRIT Report starts at the time set for LRIT
Report even while receiving EGC message, EGC reception is paused.
Therefore, do not set LRIT Mode “ON” if FELCOM 18 is GMDSS compliant.
If LRIT Mode is set to OFF,
EGC reception is prioritized.
Also, if LRIT Report protocol is programmed by use of EDR, attempts to retransmit
the report are made a maximum of "5 times" if the LRIT Report is not properly
transmitted while LRIT Mode is set to ON. If LRIT Mode is set to OFF,
retransmission of the LRIT Report is not carried out.
Regardless of ON/OFF setting of LRIT mode,
if MES is in busy state by message reception or other reasons, the LRIT Report is
suspended until status becomes ready. The standby time is 5 minutes.
If busy condition continues for 5 minutes, data report is not transmitted at that time.

Note)
Do not operate VMS and LRIT in the same equipment at the same time.
For example, when the unit is turned ON or OFF, or when an event, such as
blocking, occurs, the report is transmitted to all valid DNIDs (LRIT and VMS).

Procedure)
To set up LRIT Mode, open [Setup] -> System -> Command Window, and then enter
the following LRIT command in JOB No.
- lrit on
- lrit off
- lrit Russia

: Standard LRIT Mode is set.
: Standard/Russia LRIT are set to OFF.
: Russia LRIT Mode is set.

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Setting Standard LRIT

Setting Russia LRIT

Standard LRIT ON
As for external GPS sentences, enter ZDA, VTG, and RMC or GGA and GNS at the
geodetic reference system (Datum) for WGS84.
Russia LRIT ON
[Setup] -> System Setup -> NAV Port preferentially uses GLONASS (talker: $GL).
Contents to be reported are Position + Course Speed.
As for external GPS sentences, enter ZDA, VTG, and RMC or GGA and GNS at the
geodetic reference system (Datum) for WGS84.

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4.7.5 Checking the operation status of Program Report
To check the operation status of the programmed LRIT and VMS, enter Furuno service
mode from [Setup] -> 1.System Setup -> Command window, and then type "Show
prog." As for Data Report using the EDADR protocol, type "slcainfo."
Contents to be displayed and printed are basically the same even if Data Report varies
depending on the protocol.

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Chapter 5. Block Description
5.1 Configuration
5.1 Configuration
5.1.1 Configuration of the board
1. FELCOM 18

IC-118
Antenna unit
-90deg.

0deg.

ANT BASE
(16P0279)
J1

ANT RF
(16P0285)
TNC

J2
TP5FBAW-5DFB(30m)
8D-FB-CV(50m)
12D-SFA-CV(100m)

TNC

DGPS
RF J7

IC-218
Terminal unit

ANT
J1

28V / 7V

6.5V, 3.3V, HPA ON,
CHECK V,
ANT TX, ANT RX

J6

GPS
(16P0246)
J1
TD, RD,
VBAK, VCC

JUNCTION
J12

J13

J4

J3

J3
GPS Sig.

J5

J2

HPA ON, DET SIG,
CHECK V, ANT TX,
ANT RX,
RF AGC CTRL,
PLL CLK, PLL LD2,
PLL LE2, PLL LD1,
PLL LE1, PLL DATA,
TX RX, TX DATA,
IF AGC CTRL,
TCXO CTRL, MCLK CODEC,
2nd IF Q, 2nd IF I

RF CON
(16P0284A)

J2

J1

VCC, TD/RD-A/B, ALM-H/C, RD-A/B,
SSAS OUT-H/C, SSAS-CHECK,
SSAS IN-C, SSAS CTRL

15pin D-sub

DC(+)
DC(-)

J1
J5

J10

J11
LCD CTRL,
LCD PWM,
5V, 3.3V, 6.5V

TERMPWR
(16P0287B)

RJ45

DTE
J1

TERMCPU
(16P0283B)

J7

RXD, TXD

PRT STB N, PRT D[0]-[7], PRT ACK N,
PRT BUSY, PRT PE, PRT SEL,
PRT ALF N, PRT ERR N, PRT INIT N,
PRT SELIN N

J6
6.5V, BUZ,
LED, SW

DC(-), SW(+),
B(+)

J2

8V

J1

LAN

LEDA, LEDK

PWR C
(16P0214A)

12 - 24VDC

J2

3.3V, CD, WP, SD DAT0-3, CLK,
USB PWR EN, USB PWR FLG N,
D(+), D(-), 5V

9pin D-sub
Not Used

PRINTER
25pin D-sub

J6

J7

J5

3.3VLCD, INO+/-,
IN1+/-, IN2+/-, CLK+/-

J1

SW
(16P0294)

J1

LCD

J2

SD CARD

J3

SD USB
(16P0289)

KEY BOARD

Fig. 5.1.1 Configuration of the board of FELCOM 18

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5.1 Configuration

2. FELCOM 19
Fig. 5.1.2 Configuration of the board of FELCOM 19

5.1.2 Major functions of the board
Table 5.1.1 Major functions of the board
Board
DAISY
LOOP type
antenna

ANT RF
IC-118:
16P0285
IC-119:
16P0286

Function
Directional characteristics
- Horizontal: Non-directivity
- Vertical: EL=90 deg -> 0 dBi and more
EL= 5 deg -> +1.3 dBi and more
- Polarization: Right circular polarization wave
This antenna consists of TX/RX RF amplifier circuit and
Duplexer, and TX and RX are switched by antenna
supplied voltage: TX 28 V (27 V) / RX 7 V.
Also, this antenna automatically stops the transmission
when the temperature of the board is over +95 deg.
- ANT RF RX input level: -141 to -129 dBm
- ANT RF RX output level: -106.2 to-86.2 dBm
- ANT RF TX input level: -2 to +13 dBm
- ANT RF TX output: IC-118/42 dBm, IC-119/+39.5 dBm
- Continuous transmission time: 15 minutes

Remarks

As for differences
between IC-118
and IC-119, the
transmit PA AMP
and transmit
output are
different.

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5.1 Configuration

RF CON
IC-218
16P0284A
IC-219
16P0284B

TERMCPU
IC-218:
16P0283B

TERMPWR
IC-218:
16P0287B

PWR C
IC-218
(16P0214A)
COMMCPU
IC-219:
16P0282

COMMPWR
IC-219:
16P0288

PWR C
IC-219
(16P0227B)
GPS
Receiver

Receiving circuit:
The RF signal from Antenna unit is changed to I
signal and Q signal of 2nd IF 7.5 kHz and the signal
is sent to the TERMCPU board.
Transmit circuit:
TX DATA in 600/1200 sps Base band that is
changed to signals on the TERMCPU (COMMCPU)
board is modulated at 1.6 GHz band/ BPSK and then
output to the Antenna unit.
This board is equipped with the function for processing
transmit and receive signals, communication protocol
control function and interface function. Also, this board
outputs AGC, TCXO and PLL control signals to the RF
CON board.
As for the receive signal, I signal and Q signal of 2nd
IF 7.5 kHz from RF CON board are input. As for the
transmit signal, TX DATA (600/1200sps) of the Base
band that are changed to signals is output to the RF
CON board.
Input voltage: This board is 12 to 24 V switching
regulator and equipped with the circuit protecting from
Low-input voltage, Over-voltage and Over-current.
Output voltage are 28/7 V, 6.5 V, 5 V, 3.3 V, 8 V.
28/7 V is switched by the HPA ON signal at the
antenna power supply.
Detection of status monitor signal:
- CHECK V: Antenna Power supply
- TX ANT: Detection of current level at TX 28 V
- RX ANT: Detection of current level at RX 7 V

As for status monitor
display relevant to
power supply, enter
Furuno service mode
and execute [Option]
-> 8.Test ->
3.Diagnostic.

This board consists of the noise filter and the power
reverse connection protector diode.
This board has the same functions as the TERMCPU
board of IC-218.
However, SD-USB, Printer, Serial RS-232C, LCD, and
a Buzzer function are removed.
Input voltage: This board is 12 to 24 V switching
regulator and equipped with the circuit protecting from
Low-input voltage, Over-voltage and Over-current.
Output voltage are 27/7 V, 6.5 V, 3.3 V.
27/7 V is switched by the HPA ON signal at the
Antenna power supply.
Detecting the following status monitor signal:
- CHECK V: Antenna Power supply
- TX ANT: Detection of current level at TX 27 V
- RX ANT: Detection of current level at RX 7 V

As for status monitor
display relevant to
power supply, enter
Furuno service mode
and then execute
[Option] -> 8.Test ->
3.Diagnostic.

This board is mounted with the Power connector.
This board outputs GSA, ZDA, GPenc and GPtst.
GPenc is encoded data.

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5.2 ADE

5.2 ADE
5.2.1 Outline of Antenna unit
The Antenna unit consists of ANT RF board, ANT B and the Bird cage-type antenna
element. Since transmit output is different between FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19, the
ANT RF board is different.
Table 5.2.1 Difference of Antenna unit
Difference
Antenna unit
Board
ANT RF output
Transmit EIRP
Supply voltage
Transmit PA
amplifier

FELCOM 18
IC-118
ANT RF(16P0285)
Output of +41.0 to 43.0 dBm
12 to 16 dBW (Antenna
elevation angle is 5 deg.)
Tx 28 V / Rx 7 V
(Tx: 2.8 A)

FELCOM 19
IC-119
ANT RF(16P0286)
Output of +38.5 to 40.5 dBm
7 to 16 dBW (Antenna
elevation angle is 5 deg.)
Tx 27 V / Rx 7 V
(Tx: 1.5 A)

BLF3G21_30

MRF6S20010GNR1

Compatibility of Antenna unit
Although different antenna unit cannot be connected, a different Antenna unit can be
temporarily connected according to the following table in order to check equipment and
detect failures of Antenna or Communication unit.
Also, when connecting other Antenna unit, the Antenna coaxial cable having the
standard length for the equipment needs to be used. For example, when connecting
Antenna unit: IC-115 of FELCOM 15 to FELCOM 18, IC-115 may break if the cable is
shorter than the specified coaxial cable length.
Table 5.2.2 Antenna unit combination
ADE

Antenna to be connected
FELCOM 19
FELCOM 15
(IC-119)
(IC-115)
OK
OK

FELCOM 18

FELCOM 18
(IC-118)
OK

FELCOM 19

NGNote1)

OK

NG Note1)

OK

FELCOM 15

NG Note2)

NG Note2)

OK

OK

FELCOM 16

Note1)

Note2)

BDE

NG

NG

NG

Note1)

FELCOM 16
(IC-116)
OK

OK

Note1) There is a possibility that a PWR board may break.
Note2) There is a possibility that a power may not be turned on.

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5.2 ADE

5.2.2 Antenna element
Antenna unit consists of the element, the 3 dB hybrid and the reflector.
The Antenna unit is developed by FURUNO and called "DAISY LOOP ANT." The
element has Bird cage-like shape.
As for FELCOM 18, ANT RF output, 42 dBm of 1.6 GHz band is radiated from the
Antenna by 14 dBW. As for FELCOM 19, +40 dBm is radiated from the Antenna by 9
dBW of EIRP
Also, the receiving signal of the power flux density, -148 dBW/m2 to–136 dBW/m2 of
1.5 GHz band is output to the ANT RF receiving circuit with the level of–141 dBm
to–129 dBm.
- TX/RX antenna gain: more than 1.3 dBi
(When the antenna elevation angle is +5°.)
- Directional characteristics
Horizontal: Non-directivity
Vertical: 1.3 - 1.5sin (θ - 5) dBi
(+5°< θ < +90°)
-2.7 + 4cos [4.5 (θ - 5) ]dBi
(-15°< θ < +5°)
- Polarization: Right circular polarization wave

0 dig.

-90 deg.

ANT RF
F18:16P0285
F19: 16P0286

50 ohm

3db
Hybrid

Fig. 5.2.1 Outline of Antenna element

The following figure shows the vertical directivity of reception (transmission is similar)
of FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19.
Horizontal directivity is approximately circular and has non-directivity.

1537.0 to 1544.2MHz

Fig. 5.2.2 Vertical directivity

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5.2 ADE

5.2.3 ANT RF
FELCOM 18(IC-118): 16P0285
FELCOM 19(IC-119): 16P0286
ANT RF board consists of the transmitting RF amplifier circuit, the receiving RF
amplifier circuit, the receiving GPS amplifier circuit, the circuit for switching TX and
RX, and the Heat protecting circuit. Also, Duplexer is installed at the input/output unit
of TX/RX RF circuit at the Antenna side in order to divide TX/RX RF signal.
Receiving circuit
Receiving gain: 38.8 dB ± 4 dB
NF=2.0 dB max. GPS: 34 dB ± 3 dB
- ANT RF input signal (1537.0 to 1544.2MHz) level: - 141to - 129 dBm
- ANT RF output signal level: - 106.2 to - 86.2 dBm
- ANT RF input signal (1575.42 MHz) level of the GPS reception signal: - 130 dBm
- ANT RF output signal level of the GPS reception signal: Output at - 99.0 to - 93.0 dBm
Transmit circuit
- ANT RF input signal level (1626.5 to 1646.5 MHz): - 2 to +13 dBm
- ANT RF output signal level: +41 to 43 dBm (IC-118), +38.5 to 40.5 dBm (IC-119)
- Continuous transmission time: More than 15 minutes

TX 5V

Q4

ATT

Limiter

TX IN

R17

CR1

R20

J2

Q2

CR4

BPF

Q1;
IC-118: BLF3G21_30
IC-119: MRF6S2001GNR1
Q3
Q1

C32

FL7
RX OUT

L7
RX 5V

U6

ATT

1537 - 1544.2MHz
FL6

COMB
IC-118:28/7V
IC-119:27/7V

ATT

BPF

Duplexer

FL4

GPS

1575.42MHz
U5

BPF
FL5

U7

J1

U3

U4

U8

DIV

BPF

ATT

27/7V

27/7V
5V
SW

U2

Q7
5V RX
Q6

5V
SW
Reg.

U1

U10

U9

5V
SW

5V TX

Q5

ANT_RF
FELCOM 18: 16P0285
FELCOM 19: 16P0286

Temp
Sensor

Fig. 5.2.3 Block diagram of Antenna

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0 deg. 90 deg.

ANT_BASE
16P0289

5.2 ADE

The antenna supply: TX 28 V (27 V) / RX 7 V, the transmit signal (1.6 GHz) and
receive signal (1.5 GHz) are superimposed on the Antenna coaxial cable connected to
the Terminal (Communication) unit.
As for voltage of ANT RF TX and RX circuit, the input voltage, TX 28 V (27V) / RX
7V is detected by the comparator, U1. The output controls Q7 and Q6 in order to
generate the voltage of 5 V RX and 5 V TX.
Also, the Heat detection circuit: U10 is installed to stop the transmission by setting 5 V
TX to “OFF” when the temperature is more than +95°C.
CR4 on the TX circuit is used as the Limiter. Since the Antenna coaxial cable is short
and cable loss is small, the TX PA circuit is protected from the excessive input level
even if the ANT RF input level increases.
Also, as the level diagram, transmit output of the Terminal unit is 10 to 15 dBm and
ANT RF input level is - 2 to +13 dBm. Even though the assumed range of cable loss is 2
to 12 dB, use the coaxial cable having the standard length.
For example, if 5D-FB-CV coaxial cable of which standard length is 30 meters is cut
into 15 meters, the cable loss is reduced from 8 dB to 4 dB; however the ANT RF
circuit does not break.

-148 to -136 dBW/m2

ADE

FELCOM 18: 12 to 16 dBw
FELCOM 19: 7 to 16 dBw

->
<<<-

Tx RF In: -2 to +13 dBm
Rx RF Out: -106.2 to - 86.2 dBm

RX RF: 1537.0 to 1544.2 MHz
TX RF: 1626.5 to 1646.5 MHz
Tx: 28V/Rx: 7 V (FELCOM 18)
Tx: 27V/Rx: 7 V (FELCOM 19)
5D-FB-CV: 30 m
8D-FB-CV: 50 m
12D-SFA-CV: 100 m

BDE

Tx RF Out: 10 to 15 dBm
Rx RF In: -88 to -118 dBm

Fig. 5.2.4 Connection of ADE and BDE

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5.3 BDE

5.3 BDE
5.3.1 RF CON
- FELCOM 18: 16P0284A
- FELCOM 19: 16P0284B
Although RF CON circuit of FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19 have the same circuit
configuration, shapes of Antenna connector are different and these boards do not have
compatibility. As main features,
1) BPSK modulation is made at the transmission Base band signal (600/1200 sps TX
DATA), the modulated signal is changed to the TX RF signal (1.6 GHz) and then the
signal is output to the Antenna unit.
2) The receive signal (1.5 GHz) from the Antenna unit is changed to2nd IF-I and -Q
signals (7.5 kHz) and output to TERMCPU (COMMCPU).
3) Power supplied to antenna 28 V (27 V)/ 7 V from the TERMPWR (COMMPWR)
board is output.
4) Two PLL circuits and PLL reference oscillator (TCXO) are built in.

1. Transmit circuit
TX DATA of the Base band (600/1200 sps), which is changed to signals, are input from
the FELCCOM 18: TERMCPU (FELCOM 19: COMMCPU) board is input into the
PLL circuit consisting of U7 and U8.
PLL IC of U7 has PLL control and BPSK modulation functions and TX DATA signal is
changed to the BPSK modulated RF signal (1.6 GHz).
This signal is output to the ANT RF connector on the RF CON board via TX/RX SW
circuit on CR1, Q2, Q4 and FL1. This transmission level is 10 to 15 dBm.
Reference)
Processing method of TX DATA, which is changed to signals, varies between MES
Signaling Channel and MES Message Channel.
As for MES Signaling Channel,
BPSK modulation is made on the Base band signal (600/1200 sps) via signal
processing in "Message -> Scrambling -> Convolutional Encoding -> Adding
unique word."
As for MES Message Channel,
BPSK modulation is made on the Base band signal (600/1200 sps) via signal processing
in "Message -> Scrambling -> Convolutional Encoding -> Adding unique word."

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5.3 BDE

2. Receiving circuit
The receive signal (1.5 GHz/-88 to -118 dBm), which is input to the RF CON board, is
input to the receiving circuit of CR2, U21 and U23 via the TX/RX SW circuit of CR3.
Although CR2 is the RF AGC circuit, this circuit is not being used. U23 outputs the
GPS reception signal (1575.42 MHz) is output to the internal GPS Module at DIV. The
level is -96 to -110 dBm.
DIV output at U23 is input into the 1st MIX circuit of U17 via FL4. 1st PLL output at
U7 (1629.1675 to 1636.3675 MHz) is input to 1st MIX and the reception signal at 1.5
GHz band is changed to 92.1675 MHz. This signal is input into Quadrature
Demodulator of U12 via FL2, U15 and U14.

AD8348ARUZ

2nd IF I

Quadrature Demodulator

7.5kHz
MIX

1st IF BPSK
92.1675MHz
VGA

2nd IF Q

IF AGC CTRL

7.5kHz
MIX

2nd Lo P
2nd Lo N

184.32MHz

1/2

0/90deg.

184.32MHz

Fig. 5.3.1 Block diagram of U12

U12 consists of the VGA circuit controlling the receiving signal level by use of the IF
AGC CTRL signal and 2 MIX. Also, differential output (184.32 MHz) of 2nd Lo PLL
of U6 is input to U12 and BPSK signal (92.1675 MHz) is changed to 2nd IF-I signal and
- Q signal of 7.5 kHz, that are output from the RF CON board, are output to the TERM
CPU (COMM CPU) board at -38 dBm(controlled signal level by AGC).

3. PLL circuit
TCXO of Y1: 30.72 MHz is the reference oscillator for 1st PLL and 2nd PLL circuit.
If the above PLL local oscillation frequency is deviated, the error rate increases without
being converted into correct frequency.
As for method of PLL control, converts the receive frequency from satellites to the Base
band in the CPU of TERMCPU (COMMCPU), performs FFT analysis, and then
controls the TCXO to make the received modulation rate (ex; 1200 sps) match the
difference of frequency /phase.
TCXO control can be checked at “TCXO Control” on the Status screen. Also, the offset
value of TCXO can be checked at "REF Offset Freq" and OK appears if this value is
150 Hz or lower.
If either of two PLL circuits becomes UNLOCKED, the error message "TROUBLE:
Synthesizer UNLOCK" appears.

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COMMCPU

J4

TERMPWR
COMMPWR

J2

TX 5V

3.3V

5V

IC-218:28/7V
IC-219:27/7V

C109

CR3

U21

BPF

FL1

DIV

U23

Q4

CP6

U20

FL4

BPF

RFCON
FELCOM 18: 16P0284A
FELCOM 19: 16P0284B

ATT

RF AGC CTRL

CR2

16P0284A: Not Mounted
16P0284B: Mounted

ANT RF

J1

L18

RX 5V

IC-218:28/7V
IC-219:27/7V

1626.5 - 1646.5MHz

ATT

3.3VA

5VA

5V TX

3.3V RX

5V RX

BPF

FL5
RF

J6

ATT

3.3V
Reg.

3.3V
Reg.

3.3V
Reg.

U1

U5

U10

U9

TX 5V

5V
Reg.

5V
Reg.

5V
Reg.

Q6

5V
Reg.

CR1

RX 5V

Q3

6.5V A

VCO

U8

CP3

92.1675MHz

BPF

U15

Q1

PLL

U7

ATT

U14

CP4

TX DATA

TX RX

U4

PLL CLK

PLL LE1
PLL DATA

PLL LD1

VCO
PLL

U6

7.5kHz

7.5kHz

184.32MHz

1/2

0 90

REF 1st Lo 30.72MHz

1st IF

U12

Fig. 5.3.2 Block diagram of RF CON

U2

U16

U18

ATT

DET SIG

ATT

1629.1675 1636.3675MHz

U17

GPS
1575.42MHz

FL2

16P0284A: Mounted
16P0284B: Not Mounted
1537 - 1544.2MHz

DGPS

J7

1537 - 1544.2MHz

U19

2

3

5V MIX

Q2

R142

U19

1

FL3

3.3V MIX

DET

ATT

4

DIV

ATT

47 x 2
R137, 140

U22

U11

U13

2nd IF

6.5V_A

U3

U3

U3

CP1
Y1
30.72MHz
TCXO

TERMPWR
COMMPWR

J5

TERMCPU
COMMCPU

J3

ANT RX
ANT TX
CHECK V
HPA ON

CHECK V
HPA ON

ANT RX
ANT TX

TX RX

TX DATA

PLL CLK

PLL LE1
PLL DATA

PLL LD1

MCLK CODEC

TCXO CTRL

DET SIG

IF AGC CTRL

PLL CLK

PLL CLK
REF 30.72MHz

PLL DATA

PLL LE2

PLL LD2

Q 7.5kHz

I 7.5kHz

PLL DATA

PLL LE2

PLL LD2

U11

U13

5.3 BDE

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5.3 BDE

5.3.2 TERMCPU: 16P0283B (FELCOM 18)

J13

GPS

GPS Module

J8

U22

TD/RD

TD/RD-A, B

RS485
SN65HVD10DR

J12

K1

U23

2nd IF I
2nd IF Q
MCLK CODE 30.72MHz

CODEC

ALM-A, B

Phot
Rlay

(ALM-H, C)

U25

16bit

TXC, TXFS
TXD, RXD
SCL, SDA

SYS RESET

NMEA

Phot
Coup
Q2

PLL DATA, CLK, LE1, LE2, LD1, LD2

RF COM

RD-A, B

+6.5V
SSAS OUT-C

SSAS OUT-H

U24 X2
CHECK V
ANT TX
ANT RX
DET SIG
HPA ON

U24

U26

JUNCTION
BOX

SSAS CHECK
SSAS IN

Phot
Coup

Q3

SSAS CTRL

U15
SYS RESET

U27

TCXO CTRL
IF AGC CTRL

DAC

RF AGC CTRL

4ch/12bit

LDAC_N
CS_N
SCLK
SDI
SDO

Y3

128Mbit
U7

EEPROM

Flash Mem

512kbit

64Mbit
X2

J4
JTAG
U8

BUZ
LED
SW
Y1 32.768kHz
X'tal
Y2

J7

J6
U21

U12, 13
BUS
Buff

Level
Shifter

4 bit

Dip
SW

S4

4 bit

Dip
SW

S2

PRT D0-7
STB, ALF, INIT, SELIN

ACK, BUSY, PE, SEL, ERR

U11

U6
Temp.
Sensor

24MHz
OSC

SD CD, SD WP, DAT0-3, CLK, CMD

SD/USB

DTE
(Not used)

MAX3222IDBR

SN74AVC16T245DGGR

SW

TxD, RxD

RS232C

SYS RESET

J2

SYS RESET

U2
SYS RESET

RESET

USB PWR EN, PWR FLG, DP, DM
CR1; ERROR LED

J5

LCD

LAN
J1

U1

U4
CPU

SDRAM

Pulse
Trans

KSZ8041TL1

50MHz
OSC

U5

XU20

J10

T1

LAN
PHY

CR2; TX LED

U10

CR3; LOGIN LED

LCD I/F
SN65LVDS84AQ

HW VER0, 1

TERMCPU
16P0283B

Note) U6: Temp Sensor and HW VER signals are not used.

Fig. 5.3.3 Block diagram of TERMCPU board

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PRINTER

5.3 BDE

Functions of the TERMCPU board are Tx/Rx processing (demodulation, encoding,
decoding and communication protocol processing) and the following interfaces.
- LCD, LAN, Junction Box, Printer,
- SW board, SD Card/USB board, RF_CON board
Table 5.3.1 Major device functions of TERMCPU board
Device

Application

CPU

U4

EEPROM

XU20

Flash
MEM1

U7

Flash
MEM2

U8

SDRAM

U5

CODEC

U23

DAC

U27

Ether PHY

U15

Receiving 2nd IF-I and -Q signal
TCXO control
Junction Box I/F
IF, RF AGC control
GPS I/F
PLL control
LCD display
Voltage monitoring (CHECK V, ANT
Printer I/F
TX, ANT RX)
LAN communication
HPA ON/OFF control
Keyboard I/F
Monitoring the Distress Alert switch
SD card
Controlling buzzer and LED
I/F serial communication (Not
Receiving process
Used)
Transmitting process
Communication protocol processing
- Setting values for FWD ID, RTN ID, DNID, ENID, Serial No., SSAS
and LRIT setting value
- Data Report setting value (including loaded Programming)
- [Distress setup]
- [Setup]-> 1.System setup (Command Window settings)
4.EGC Setup
8.Configuretion -> 3.EGC Channel List
8.Configuretion -> 4.NCS Channel List
- [Option] -> 8.Test -> 2. PV Test Result
Storing program
Storing non-volatile data
- [Logs]: Sent Messages, Receiver Messages, EGC Messages,
Communication Log
- [Option] -> Maintenance
- Internal Memory for saving the file
- Setting data other than setting values stored in EEPROM
Program operating memory:
When the Terminal unit is turned ON, the program is downloaded from
Flash MEM1 to SDRAM and the program operates.
- Outputting receiving signals I and Q to the monitor (connector for
checking Lissajous waveform is deleted.)
- The receiving signals I and Q are digitized and sent to CPU.
To output TCXO control and IF/RF AGC control digital signals sent
from CPU, these signals are converted to analog signal.
LAN interface (10/100 Base)

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5.3 BDE

As for processing of receiving signals,
I and Q signals of 2nd IF 7.5 kHz, which are input from the RF CON board, are input
into CPU via CODEC and processed to signals. For example, steps for processing
receiving signals of NCS/MES TDM channels are as follows.
I, Q Signal -> Detecting U.W (Frame Sync.) -> De-Permuting -> De-Interleaving
-> Viterbi Decoding -> De-Scrambling -> Packet detection -> Message
Transmitting signals are
processed according to channel. Processed digital data is sent to the RF CON board as
TX DATA and then converted to the RF signal of 1.6 GHz band, which is BPSK
modulated. Basic steps of processes according to channel are as follows.
- Transmission on MES Signaling Channel
Message -> Scrambling -> Convolution Encoding -> Adding U.W
-> BPSK Modulation
- Transmission on MES Message Channel
Message -> Scrambling -> Convolution Encoding -> Adding U.W
-> Interleaving-> Permuting -> Adding Pre-amble -> BPSK Modulation
- Transmission on NCS/LES TDM Channel
Message -> Scrambling -> Convolution Encoding -> Adding U.W
-> Interleaving-> Permuting -> BPSK Modulation
Convolution Encoding
Convolution Encoding (Convolution code) is a method that the receiving side
controls to decrease the error rate. This method adds the redundancy bit having the
predetermined pattern to the data bit string. By performing viterbi decoding at the
receiving side, the erroneously received bit can be corrected if the number of bits is
less than the predefined number.
Viterbi Decoding
The signal is returned to the signal on which Convolution Encoding is performed. If
any error is found, the error is corrected by Viterbi Decoding. The burst error is also
corrected by combining with the interleaving.
Scrambling
Scrambling mixes "0" and "1" moderately in order to prevent "0" or "1" from
continuing excessively. If "1" or "0" data continues when decoding BPSK modulated
wave is decoded, clock recovery would be reduced and modulation cannot be
performed. This processing prevents this problem.
De-Scrambling
Scrambled signal is decoded.
U.W (Unique Word)
The specific bit pattern is added for bit synchronization at the receiving party.
Frame Sync.
The U.W (Unique Word) is detected and synchronized with the frame signal.

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Interleaving, Permuting
If there is a block error in the bit string, it is hard to correct the error.
Interleaving is used for inputting the bit rate in the Interleaving matrix and reading
out the bit rate in the appropriate sequence. Reading process is referred to a
"Permuting."
Even if a block error occurs on the communication path, the block error is dispersed
when correcting the block error at the receiving party; therefore correcting error is
easy.
De-Permuting, De-Interleaving
De-Permuting is the process used for inputting the modulated signal to the interleave
matrix by reversing procedure of Permuting.
De-Interleaving is the process used for extracting signals from the interleave matrix
by reversing the procedure of Interleaving.
Pre-amble
Preamble consists of the carrier recovery bits and the clock regeneration bits for easy
synchronization at the receiving party.
BPSK (Binary Shift Keying)
Depending on carrier phase difference, BPSK is expressed as "0" or "1". For example,
data signal "0" indicates that no phase is shifted (0 degrees); and data signal "1"
indicates that the phase is shifted 180 degrees.

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5.3 BDE

5.3.3 COMMCPU: 16P0282 (FELCOM 19)

J6

RF

RF

J3

J5
Q data, I data

M CLK CODEC

1: I MONI
2: GND
3: Q MONI

U3

J4

I MONI
Q MONI

M CLK CODEC
U22
(30.72MHz)

UART4 RXD,
UART4 TXD

TXC, TXFS,
TXD, RXD,
SCL, SDA

U12
CODEC
(16bit)

Q data, I data

SYS RESET N

TCXO CTRL

IF AGC CTRL

J1

SYS RESET N
LDAC N,
CS N LD,
SCLK,
SDI, SDO

U17

TCXO CTRL
RF AGC CTRL U17

U16
DAC
(12bit)

SYS RESET N
IF AGC CTRL

RXD
DIST RXD,
DIST TX_RX,
DIST TXD

U14
Photo
Coupler

DET SIG

DET SIG
ANT TX

RD A/B

TD_RD A/B

TD_RD A/B

RS485

ALM

Q1

ALMBZ

Q2

Photo
Rely

HPA ON

HPA ON

RD A/B

U11

K1

ATT LE

ALM H/C

ALM H/C

SSAS OUT C

SSAS OUT C

ANT TX
ANT RX
TX_RX

ANT RX
TX_RX
TX DATA

Q3

ALM EN

TX DATA

DIST SW

DIST CHECK
CHECK V

CHECK V

SYS RESET N

SYS RESET N

SYS RESET N

U7
EEPROM
(512kbit)
U8
F-ROM
(64Mbit)
for CODE
U9
F-ROM
(64Mbit)
for Data

CSPI2 SCLK, CSPI2 MOSI,
CSPI2 SSON, CSPI2 MIS0

U13

U13

SSAS IN C
SSAS CHECK

SSAS CHECK

S2

4 bit

Dip
SW

4 bit

Dip
SW

S3
J6 (DEBUG SIO)

UART1 TXD,
UART1 RXD

CSPI2 SCLK, CSPI2 MOSI,
CSPI2 MISO, CSPI2 SS1N

SIO RD, SIO TD

MPU TRSTB, MPU TD0,
MPU TD1, MPU TMS,
J2 (CPU JTAG)
MPU TCK, RESET B,
MPU RTCK, MPU DE B
CSPI2 SCLK, CSPI2 MOSI,
CSPI2 MISO, CSPI2 SS2N
Link/Act
PHY INTRP, RMII MDC,
CR1
RMII MDIO, RMII TXEN, Speed
RMIITXD1/2, RMIIRXDV,
CR2
RMII RXD1/2, RMIIRXER

DRAM D (15:0)
ADD(13:0)
Control

U10
SYS RESET N

U6
CPU

SSAS CTRL

SSAS CTRL
U15
SSAS IN C
Photo
Coupler

U13

PLL CLK, PLL DATA,
PLL LD1, PLL LD2, PLL LE1, PLL LE2

PLL CLK, PLL DATA,
PLL LD1, PLL LD2,
PLL LE1, PLL LE2

RF COM

JUNCTION

HW VER0, 1

SYS RESET N

RF AGC CTRL

GPS
Module

SDRAM
(128Mbit)

ERROR

Q4

TX

CR10

Q5

T1
Pulse
Trans

SYS RESET N

Y1
CR9

LAN
U5
LAN
PHY

50.0MHz
Y2

32.768MHz
Y3

J4

LOGIN

CR11

Q6

POWER

CR12

Q7

J7

CR8

U1, U2
SYS RESET

DEBUG

RESET

P6.5V VCC

6.5V
3.3V

24MHz

SW REG

SYS RESET

U19 P1.45V DVCC

Q8, 9

SW

P3.3V
DVCC

U18

P3.3V
AVCC U20

1.8V REG
1.5V REG

P1.8V DVCC
P1.5V AVCC

COMMCPU
(16P0282)

Fig. 5.3.4 Block diagram of COMMCPU board

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J3

5.3 BDE

Basic functions of the COMMCPU board are receiving/transmitting processing
(demodulation, encoding, decoding and communication protocol processing) and the
following interfaces for LAN, Junction Box and RF_CON board.
Table 5.3.2 Major device functions of COMM CPU board
Device

Application

CPU

U4

EEPROM

XU20

Flash
MEM1

U7

Flash
MEM2

U8

SDRAM

U5

CODEC

U23

DAC

U27

Ether PHY

U15

Receiving I data and Q data of IF
signal
TCXO control
AGC control
PLL control
Monitoring voltage(CHECK V,
Junction Box I/F
ANT TX, ANT RX)
GPS I/F
HPA ON/OFF control
LED control
Receiving process
Transmitting process
Communication protocol
processing
- Setting values for FWD ID, RTN ID, DNID, ENID, Serial No., SSAS
and LRIT setting value
- Data Report setting value (including loaded Programming)
- [Distress setup]
- [Setup]-> 1.System setup(Command Window settings)
4.EGC Setup
8.Configuretion -> 3.EGC Channel List
8.Configuretion -> 4.NCS Channel List
- [Option] -> 8.Test -> 2. PV Test Result
Storing program
Storing non-volatile data
- [Logs]: Sent Messages, Receiver Messages, EGC Messages,
Communication Log
- [Option] -> Maintenance
- Internal Memory for saving the file
- Setting data other than setting values stored in EEPROM
Program operating memory:
When the terminal unit is turned ON, the program is downloaded
from Flash MEM1 to SDRAM and the program operates.
- Outputting receiving signals I and Q to the monitor (connector for
checking Lissajous waveform is deleted.)
- The receiving signals I and Q are digitized and sent to CPU.
To output TCXO control and IF/RF AGC control digital signals sent
from CPU, these signals are converted into analog signals.
LAN interface (10/100 Base)

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5.3 BDE

5.3.4 TERMPWR: 16P0287B (FELCOM 18)
Input voltage and current of FELCOM 18 are 12 to 24 V/TX: 8.0 to 4.0 A, RX: 1.0 to
0.5A, respectively.
TERMPWR board consists of 130 kHz switching regulator, and outputs TX 28 V and
RX 7 V, which are supplied to the Antenna unit, and voltage 8 V, 5 V, 6.5 V and 3.3 V,
which are supplied to the internal circuit.
Also, the LCD driver circuit is mounted.

L3

L1

1,2

C8

REC
CR51
C51
R41-46
FL51, 52
C41, 42

SW -1 DRV

C131-140

Q21-26
Q3, Q4

3, 4

+28V/7V

Q51

28V ADJ.

9V PRMVCC

J3

SW

+28V

CR58
Q52

28V OCL

+12V

9V PRMVCC
12V OCL
3.3V OVL FLG

SW1 Freq. Adj.
(130kHz ADJ.)

LINE FIL

R18
130k ADJ.

U17
U53

CR41, 42, C47
SW-3 DRV
U22;
16P0224

L4, C35

9V PRMVCC

T5, T6

REC

CR43, C48
CR44, C49

Shut Down
U14, U12;
16P0290

U101
LT3598

U85
TA78L05F

U82
CR31

12V OVL FLG

U311, 321, 331
(MB3759PF x3)

9V PRMVCC

J6
LED A
LED K
LCD CTRL
LCD PWM

J5
+5V

1
2
+6.5V

U71
TA78L08F

+3.3V

9V PRMVCC

9
6, 7
3, 5, 8

+7V
+6.5V
+3.3V

J7
+8V

R33
U201
U202

4

8V REG

9V PRMVCC

STOP 3.3V

1
2

5V REG
0.1 x4

U16
U52

9V PRMVCC

R114-115

9V PRMVCC

PWM Cont

5
1
4, 6, 10

+6.5V

CR53, 54
C53
R47-50
C43, 44

U21;
16P0224

V MON
U11;
RC 9528

8

HPA ON

REC

SW-2 DRV

L2 C22

9

ANT TX

LED Driver

T3, T4
LINE FIL

7

ANT RX

U81

J2

Q1, 2
CR2

U61

U51
U15

28V OVL FLG

B(+)
1
2 SW
3 DC(-)

CHECK V

U81

9V PRMVCC

1, 2
3, 4
J4

7V OCL
DET

R54

10V AVR

R99 R97/98

DC IN

T1, T2

R47-50

J1

0.1 x4

FELCOM 18
TERMPWR
16P0287B

Over Curr DET

Fig. 5.3.5 Block diagram of TERMPWR board

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5.3 BDE

Table 5.3.3 Protecting circuit
Item
Protection from
Low input voltage
Protection from
Input over voltage
Protection from
Reversed polarity
connection

Power-on voltage :
9.5 to 10.5 V
Protecting operation
voltage: 7.0 to 9.0 V
34 to 38 V
Mounted
28 V: 4.3 A
7 V: 0.43 A

Protection from
Output over
current
Operating current
(A)

Remarks

5 V: 0.2 A
6.5 V
3.3 V
8 V: 0.2 A

Diodes are inserted into input of power on
PWR_C board in parallel.
Non-automatic recovery
Non-automatic recovery
Over current protection function for automatic
recovery IC
Non-automatic recovery
Protection operation starts when the total
power of 7 V, 6.5 V and 3.3 V becomes 25 W.
Over current protection function for automatic
recovery IC

As for the detection signal output from the TERMPWR board,
CHECK V: Voltage supplied to the Antenna unit (TX 28V/RX 7V) is detected, the
voltage is displayed on the Status Monitor screen or the Diagnostic
screen for the executed item in Furuno service mode.
Also, when the voltage is within the specified range or goes out of the
range (TX: 26 to 31 V, RX: 6 to 9 V), the message "TROUBLE: ANT
power voltage abnormality." is sent.
ANT TX: This is the current detection level value of TX 28 V supplied to the
Antenna unit. The value detected here can be checked at "Current level"
on the Diagnostic screen for the item executed in Furuno service mode.
ANT RX: This is the current detection level value of RX 7 V supplied to the
Antenna unit. The value detected here can be checked at "Current level"
on the Diagnostic screen for the item executed in Furuno service mode.
Reference)
Note that transmit voltage/current detection level and receive voltage/current
detection level do not appear at the same time. The following indicated value is the
actual display example.
- Tx Power Supply: FELCOM 18 -> 27.6V
- Tx current level: FELCOM 18 -> 215
Transmit voltage and current detection level values of the last communication
that will be recorded on the latest Sent Messages Log are displayed. However,
the above values are deleted when receiving the message including EGC.
- Rx Power supply: FELCOM 18 -> 7.1 V
- Rx current level: FELCOM 18 ->100
The receive voltage value and the current detection level value when reception
to be recorded on the latest Received Messages Log or EGC Messages are
displayed. However, the above values are deleted when receiving a message.

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5.3 BDE

5.3.5 COMMPWR: 16P0288 (FELCOM 19)
Input voltage and current of FELCOM 19 are 12 to 24 V/TX: 3.8 to 1.9 A, RX: 0.8 to
0.4 A, respectively.
COMMPWR board consists of 130 kHz switching power supply, and outputs TX 27 V
and RX 7 V, which are supplied to the antenna, and voltage 6.5 V and 3.3 V, which are
supplied to the internal circuit.

FELCOM 19

L3

CR1, 2
C1

2

TP4
Q21-26
Q3, Q4

1, 2
3, 4

R54
27V DET

J2
SW1
SW2

+7V

U51
Curr
DET

1
3

Vcc

U82; 16P0291
I DET
RxC DET

U81

Vcc
V MON
U11;
RC 9528

10V AVR
Q1, CR3

Vcc

TP1
10V

Tx Curr
DET

U13 16P0222
(MB3759PF x2)

R18

T5, T6
LINE FIL

Vcc

L4, C35

U81

130kHz ADJ.

PWR Cont

+7V

Shut Down
U12;
16P0290

HPA ON
ANT RX

CR41, 42, C47
SW DRV
U22;
16P0224

J4

TP9

REC

CR43, C48
CR44, C49

Vcc

CHECK V

POWER SW

+27V/7V

Q51

27V ADJ.

Vcc

SW

+27V

CR51
C51
R41-46
FL51, 52
C41, 42

SW DRV

C30-34
TP2

TP5

R99 R97/98

L1

J3

REC

0.1 x4

1

DC IN

TP6
TP3 T1, T2

R47-50

PWR C
16P0227B

COMMPWR
16P0288

J1

5

ANT TX
TP7

+6.5V

TP8

+3.3V

R31-35

Over Curr DET
U23;
16P0220

Fig. 5.3.6 Block diagram of COMMPWR board

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5.3 BDE

Table 5.3.4 Protecting circuit
Item
Protection from Low
input voltage
Protection from Input
over voltage
Protection from
Reversed polarity
connection
Protection from Output
over current
Operating current (A)

Remarks
Power-on voltage:
9.5 to 10.5 V
Protecting operation
voltage: 7.0 to 9.0 V
34 to 38 V
Available
27 V: 2.1 A
7 V: 0.43 A
6.5 V
3.3 V

Diodes are inserted into input of power
supply.
Non-automatic recovery
Non-automatic recovery
Non-automatic recovery
Protection operation starts when the total
power of 7 V, 6.5 V and 3.3 V becomes 13 W.

As for the detection signal output from the COMM PWR board,
CHECK V: Voltage supplied to the Antenna unit (TX 27 V/RX 7 V) is detected, the
voltage is displayed on the Status Monitor screen or the Diagnostic
screen for the executed item in Furuno service mode.
Also, when the voltage is within the specified range or goes out of the
range (TX: 26 to 31V, RX: 6 to 9 V), the message "TROUBLE: ANT
power voltage abnormality." is sent.
ANT TX: This is the current detection level value of TX 27 V supplied to the
Antenna unit. The value detected here can be checked at "Current level"
on the Diagnostic screen for the item executed in Furuno service mode.
ANT RX: This is the current detection level value of RX 7 V supplied to the
Antenna unit. The value detected here can be checked at "Current level"
on the Diagnostic screen for the item executed in Furuno service mode.
Reference)
Note that transmit voltage/current detection level and receive voltage/current detection
level do not appear at the same time. The following indicated value is the actual
display example.
- Tx Power Supply: FELCOM 19 -> 27.0 V
- Tx current level: FELCOM 19 -> 59
Transmit voltage and current detection level values of the last communication
that will be recorded on the latest Sent Messages Log are displayed.
However, the above values are deleted when receiving the message including EGC.
- Rx Power supply: FELCOM 19 -> 7.0 V
- Rx current level: FELCOM 19 -> 96
The receive voltage value and the current detection level value when reception
to be recorded on the latest Received Messages Log or EGC Messages are
displayed. However, the above values are deleted when receiving a message.

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Chapter 6. Updating program
6.1 Summary
6.1 Summary
1. Procedure for updating program
The program can be updated by following the procedure below.
1) Updating the program via LAN.
The program can be updated via LAN by use of "Updater.exe" or
"upf1xterm.bat." Both file are stored in the same program folder.
2) Updating the program via the SD card is only available for FELCOM18.
2. Program file list
"Rxxxx" in the program file name indicates the revision number of the program
for R&D. The version control of the program is performed by V01.xx. "xx" is
the detail version.
Table 6.1.1 Program folder

Folder
name

File stored
in folder

FELCOM 18
Program updated by
LAN
FELCOM18_V01.xx_
Rxxxx
F18_Updater.exe
F18TERM.BIN
f18term.m
f18term.mot
f18term.rec
hexlnk.exe
Hextobin.exe
IDCODE.SYS
makef18term.bat
NLOADER.BIN
nwuppg..exe
ram2rom.exe
setip_172.31.16.1.bat
SUM.EXE
sum.mot
upf18term.bat

Program updated by SD
FFELCOM18_V01.xx_
Rxxxx_SD
BOOT.INI
F18TERM.BIN
SDLOADER.BIN

FELCOM 19
Program updated by
LAN
FELCOM19_V01.xx_
Rxxxx
F19_Updater.exe
F19RFCO.BIN
f19rfco.m
f19rfco.mot
F19rfco.rec
hextobin.exe
IDCODE.SYS
makef19rfcon.bat
NLOADER.BIN
nwuppg..exe
ram2rom.exe
setip_172.31.16.1.bat
SUM.EXE
sum.mot
upf19rfcon.bat

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6.1 Summary

3. Notes
1) The setting value and the communication log are retained even if the program is
updated.
2) Clearing the memory is not required even if the program is updated.
3) When updating the program via LAN, LAN connection needs to be set for the
PC in order to establish the LAN connection between FELCOM 18 or FELCOM
19 and the PC.
Following are default Network setting of FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19:
- IP address: 172.31.16.2
- Subnet mask: 255.255.0.0
4. Checking program version
1. Enter Furuno service mode.
1) Open Setup -> 1. System setup -> Command Window.
2) Enter JOB No. : furunoservice
3) Password: felcom18 (as for FELCOM 18)
felcom19 (as for FELCOM 19)
4) The "Furuno Service Mode" message flashes at the top of the screen; therefore it
is obvious that the system enters Furuno service mode.
To exit from this mode, turn off the system and turn it on again. Or, type "quit"
or "quit service" command in Command Window.
2. Open [Options ] -> 8. Test -> 3. Diagnostic Test, and execute "Diagnostic Test."

FELCOM 18: Diagnostic Test

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6.1 Summary

FELCOM 19: Diagnostic Test

Note)
As for FELCOM 18;
Only “TERMCPU” version appears when carrying out the Diagnostic Test in the
Normal mode. When carrying out in the Furuno Service Mode, the detail version for
TERM CPU, Rev, Boot no. and Starter No. are added.
Also, after carrying out the Diagnostic Test in the Normal mode, same indication of
the Furuno Service Mode appears when pressing the [A], [Z], [S], [D] and [C] key
while pressing the [Ctrl] key.
As for FELCOM 19;
Only “COMMCPU” version appears when carrying out the Diagnostic Test in the
Normal mode. When carrying out in the Furuno Service Mode, the detail version for
COMMCPU, Rev, Boot no. and Starter No. are added.
Also, after carrying out the Diagnostic Test in the Normal mode, same indication of
the Furuno Service Mode appears when pressing the [A], [Z], [S], [D] and [C] key
while pressing the [Ctrl] key.

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6.2 Procedure for updating the program

6.2 Procedure for updating the program
6.2.1 Updating the program via LAN: Updater
As for connection between the PC and FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19, the LAN cable
(straight cable or cross cable) is directly connected to the LAN port on FELCOM 18
and FELCOM 19 or via SW HUB.
The program file needs to be placed just under (root) the C drive of the PC. For
example, the program may not be updated if the program file is placed on desktop.

Procedure)
The same procedure is used between FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19. The procedure is
explained by using FELCOM 18.
1. Connect the LAN port on FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19 to the PC by using the LAN
cable.

LAN

FELCOM 18

LAN

FELCOM 19

2. Check the Network setting of FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19.
Reference)
As for both FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19, "172.31.16.2" is set for the default
IP address and "255.255.0.0" is set for the Subnet mask.
- FELCOM 18:
Open "Setup -> 1. System Setup -> Network Setup -> Network", and check the
Network setting of FELCOM 18.

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6.2 Procedure for updating the program

- FELCOM 19:
1) Start up the Terminal software of FELCOM 19.
2) Open "Setup -> 3. Terminal Setup."
3) Click "Connection" to display [Connection List], and check the Network
setting of FELCOM 19.

3. Configure the LAN setting for the PC according to the Network information of
FELCOM 18 and FECLOM 19 checked at step 1.
For example, if the IP address set for FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19 is
"172.31.16.2" and the Subnet mask set for FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19 is
"255.255.0.0," "172.31.16.10" needs to be set for IP address and "255.255.0.0" needs
to be set for Subnet mask in the Network setting for the PC.
4. Open the program folder and double-click the following file.
- FELCOM 18: F18_Updater.exe
- FELCOM 19: F19_Updater.exe
5. The following [FELCOM xx UPDATER] screen appears.

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6.2 Procedure for updating the program

6. Turn off FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19, and turn it on again.
After a while, the IP address set for FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19 appears on the
"Select Target Address" field.
"SYSTEM BOOT..." is being displayed on the FELCOM 18 screen.

7. Select the displayed in “Select Target Address” address set for FELCOM 18 or
FELCOM 19, and then click [UPDATE] button.
The DOS prompt screen appears and the updating starts automatically.

8. When the updating is finished in approx. 30 seconds, the DOS prompt screen
automatically closes.
As for FELCOM 18, the screen is blank while updating and after updating the
program.
9. Reboot FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19.

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Reference)
If LAN connection cannot be established between FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19 and
the PC, the following error message "error (UDP_send_dat)" appears. Check the
LAN setting of the PC.

--- error (UDP_send_dat)

6.2.2 Updating the program via LAN: upf18term.bat
As for connection between the PC and FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19, the LAN cable
(straight cable or cross cable) is directly connected to the LAN port on FELCOM 18
and FELCOM 19 or via SW HUB.
If the IP address set for FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19 is different from the default IP
address, the batch file needs to be edited. The program file can be placed in any place.

Procedure)
1. Refer to steps 1, 2 and 3 in "6.2.1 Updating the program via LAN: Updater," check
the Network setting of FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19, and then configure the LAN
setting in the PC.
2. If the IP address of FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19 is different from the default value
(172.31.16.2), open the following batch file, replace the underlined IP address with
the IP address set for FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19 and then overwrite the setting.
- FELCOM 18: upf18term.bat
nwuppg.exe NLOADER.BIN IDCODE.SYS F18TERM.BIN
-I172.31.16.2 -D172.31.16.2 -B10000
- FELCOM 19: upf19rfcon.bat
nwuppg.exe NLOADER.BIN IDCODE.SYS F19RFCO.BIN
-I172.31.16.2 -D172.31.16.2 -B10000

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6.2 Procedure for updating the program

3. Double-click the batch file. The DOS prompt screen opens.

4. Turn off FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19, and turn it on again.
Updating the program starts automatically. As for FELCOM 18, the screen becomes
blank when the updating program starts.

5. When the updating is finished in approx. 30 seconds, the DOS prompt screen closes
automatically. Turn off FELCOM 18 or FELCOM 19, and turn it on again.

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6.2 Procedure for updating the program

6.2.3 Updating program via SD card (FELCOM 18)
The files in the program folder "FELCOM18_V01.0x_Rxxxx_SD" needs to be copied
on the SD card. Updating the program is not started even if the program folder is stored
in the SD card. File is as follows.
- BOOT.INI

- F18TERM.BIN

- SDLOADER.BIN

Reference)
In case of using the SD-HC card, the card needs to be used after formatting it at
FELCOM 18.

Procedure)
1. Mount the SD card containing the program file and then turn on FELCOM18.
Program update mode.
[FILE]
[MSG]
[COMMENT]

(SD-Card)

: F18TERM.BIN (2012/07/31 14:12:26)
: FELCOM18 Ver. 01.04.1819
: THIS IS THE UPDATE DISK FOR FELCOM18

Do you update APPLICATION PROGRAM ?
Hit keyboard ( Y or N )

2. Press [Y]. Updating the program starts automatically.
While updating the program, the progress appears. If updating the program is
breaked, such as when the system turns off, restart the procedure from the step 1.

Program update mode.
[FILE]
[MSG]
[COMMENT]
Done.
----Æ

(SD-Card)

: F18TERM.BIN (2012/07/31 14:12:26)
: FELCOM18 Ver. 01.04.1819
: THIS IS THE UPDATE DISK FOR FELCOM18

Erasing Flash-Memory.
Updating APPLICATION PROGRAM
Verifying Check-Sum.

Processing 50%
< 000000000000000000000000__________________________ >

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6.2 Procedure for updating the program

3. When the updating is finished in approx. 1 minute, the "Program update success"
message appears.
In this case, turn off FELCOM 18, remove the SD card, and then turn on FELCOM
18 again.
Program update mode.
[FILE]
[MSG]
[COMMENT]
Done.
Done.
Done.

(SD-Card)

: F18TERM.BIN (2012/07/31 14:12:26)
: FELCOM18 Ver. 01.04.1819
: THIS IS THE UPDATE DISK FOR FELCOM18

Erasing Flash-Memory.
Updating APPLICATION PROGRAM
Verifying Check-Sum.

Processing 100%
< 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 >
Program update success.
Please remove SD-Card and reboot.

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Chapter7.17.Installing
PCPCterminal
terminal software
7.1 Installing PC terminal software
Note that F18 (19) PC terminal software and VMSF18 (19) PC terminal software
cannot be installed to the same PC.
For instance, when attempting to install VMS F19 PC terminal software to the PC on
which F19 PC terminal software has already been installed, the following error message
appears.

OS of available PC are Windows-XP, Windows-Vista and Windows-7.
- FELCOM 18 PC terminal software:
FELCOM18_PC_V01.xx_Rxxxx
- FELCOM 19 PC terminal software:
FELCOM19_PC_V01.xx_Rxxxx
"Rxxxx" in the program file name indicates the Revision number of the program for
developers. Version control of the program is carried out by use of V01.xx. "xx" is
the detailed version.
FELCOM19_PC_V01.xx_Rxxxx

FELCOM18_PC_V01.xx_Rxxxx
program files

FURUNO

FELCOM18

F18PC.exe

0x0409.ini
Autorun.inf
FELCOM18.msi

program files

FURUNO

FELCOM19

System32

Redist

MS

F19PC.exe
asycfilt.dll

0x0409.ini

oleaut32.dll

Autorun.inf

olepro32.dll

FELCOM19.msi

stdole2.tlb

instmaia.exe

instmaia.exe

instmsiw.exe

instmsiw.exe

setup.exe

setup.exe

Setup.ini

Setup.ini

FELCOM18_PC Terminal

System

FELCOM19_PC Terminal

Fig. 7.1.1 File configuration of PC terminal folder

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7.1 Installing PC terminal software

7.1.1 Installing terminal software to PC
Procedure)
Procedure for installing PC terminal software is common to both FELCOM 18 and
FELCOM 19. Procedure is explained using FELCOM 19.

1. Prepare PC terminal software "FELCOM19_PC_V01.xx_Rxxx" on a PC.
2. Open the folder and then double-click “Setup.exe” file.
When FELCOM 19 installer runs and the "Welcome to the InstallShield Wizard for
FELCOM 19" screen appears, press the [NEXT] button.

3. The "Customer Information" screen appears. Click [Next] to open the "Destination
Folder" screen, and then click [Next] button.

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4. The "Ready to Install the Program" screen appears. Clicking [Install] button starts
installation.

5. When the "InstallShield Wizard Completed" screen appears, installation procedure
completes. Click [Finish] button to close the screen.

6. Restart the PC.

Reference)
The "F19PC" icon is created on desktop.
Also, the execution file for F19PC is created in the "FURUNO" folder, which is
automatically created in Program File in C drive.

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7.1 Installing PC terminal software

7.1.2 Uninstalling PC terminal software
Procedure)
Procedure for uninstalling PC terminal software is common to both FELCOM 18 and
FELCOM 19. Procedure is explained using FELCOM 19.

1. Prepare PC terminal software "FELCOM19_PC_V01.xx_Rxxx" on a PC.
2. Open the folder and then double-click “Setup.exe” file.
When FELCOM 19 installer runs and the "Welcome to the InstallShield Wizard for
FELCOM 19" screen appears, press the [NEXT] button.

3. Select the "Remove" radio button on the "Program Maintenance" screen, and then
click [NEXT] button.

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4. Click [Remove] button when the "Remove the Program" screen appears.
Uninstalling the program starts.

5. When the "InstallShield Wizard Completed" screen appears, uninstallation procedure
completes. Click [Finish] button to close the screen.

6. Restart the PC.

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7.2 Installing VMS PC terminal software

7.2 Installing VMS PC terminal software
Note that F18 (19) PC terminal software and VMS F18 (19) PC terminal software
cannot be installed to the same PC.
For instance, when attempting to install VMS F18 PC terminal software to the PC on
which F18 PC terminal software has already been installed, the following error message
appears.

OS of available PC are Windows-XP, Windows-Vista and Windows-7.
- FELCOM 18 VMS PC terminal software:
VMS_FELCOM18_PC_V01.03_R1788 (2012/6)
- FELCOM 19 VMS PC terminal software:
VMS_FELCOM19_PC_V01.03_R1788 (2012/6)
"Rxxxx" in the program file name indicates the Revision number of the program for
R&D. Version control of the program is carried out by use of V01.xx. "xx" is the
detailed version.
VMS_FELCOM18_PC_V01.xx_Rxxxx
program files

FURUNO

VMS_FELCOM19_PC_V01.xx_Rxxxx
FELCOM18

VMS_F18PC.exe

program files

FURUNO

FELCOM19

0x0409.ini

System32

Redist

MS

Autorun.inf

0x0409.ini

oleaut32.dll

FELCOM18.VMS.msi

Autorun.inf

olepro32.dll

instmaia.exe

FELCOM19.VMS.msi

stdole2.tlb

instmsiw.exe

instmaia.exe

setup.exe

instmsiw.exe

Setup.ini

setup.exe

F19PC.exe

System

Setup.ini

FELCOM18_VMS PC Terminal

FELCOM19_VMS PC Terminal

Fig. 7.2.1 File configuration of VMS PC terminal folder

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asycfilt.dll

7.2 Installing VMS PC terminal software

7.2.1 Installing VSM PC terminal software
Procedure)
Procedure for installing VMS PC terminal software is common to both FELCOM 18
and FELCOM 19. Procedure is explained using FELCOM 18.

1. Prepare VMS PC terminal software: VMS_FELCOM18_PC_V01.xx_Rxxx on a PC.
2. Open the folder and then double-click “Setup.exe” file.
When FELCOM 18 installer runs and the "Welcome to the InstallShield Wizard for
FELCOM 18" screen appears, click [NEXT] button.

3. The "Customer Information" screen appears. Click [Next] button to open the
"Destination Folder" screen, and then click [Next] button.

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4. The "Ready to Install the Program" screen appears. Clicking [Install] button starts
installation.

5. When the "InstallShield Wizard Completed" screen appears, installation procedure
completes. Click [Finish] button to close the screen.

6. Restart the PC.

Reference)
The shortcut icon "VMS_F18PC" is created on desktop.
Also, the execution file for VMS_F18PC is created in the "FURUNO" folder, which is
automatically created in Program File in C drive.

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7.2 Installing VMS PC terminal software

7.2.2 Uninstalling VMS PC terminal software
Procedure)
Procedure for uninstalling PC terminal software is common to both FELCOM 18 and
FELCOM 19. Procedure is explained using FELCOM 18.

1. Prepare VMS PC terminal software: VMS_FELCOM18_PC_V01.xx_Rxxx on a PC.
2. Open the folder and then double-click “Setup.exe” file.
When FELCOM 18 installer runs and the "Welcome to the InstallShield Wizard for
FELCOM 18" screen appears, click [NEXT] button.

3. Select the "Remove" radio button on the "Program Maintenance" screen, and then
click [NEXT] button.

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4. Click [Remove] button when the "Remove the Program" screen appears.
Uninstalling the program starts.

5. When the "InstallShield Wizard Completed" screen appears, uninstallation procedure
completes. Click [Finish] button to close the screen.

6. Restart the PC.

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7.3 Setting up PC terminal and VMS PC terminal

7.3 Setting up PC terminal and VMS PC terminal
Procedure for setting up PC terminal software and VMS PC terminal software is
common to both FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19. As for LAN setting on PC, the setting
enabling connection to the Network of 172.31.16.0/16 needs to be adopted.
For instance, 172.31.16.10 is assigned to IP address and 255.255.0.0 is assigned to
Subnet Mask. Procedure is explained using PC terminal software of FELCOM 19.
Note)
When connecting PC terminal or VMS PC terminal of FELCOM 18, set "ON"
[Setup] -> 1. System Setup -> LAN Port. System Setup -> LAN Port
If LAN connection is set to "OFF," the status appears. However, there is no response
from Terminal unit when remotely operating from PC, such as access to [Transmit]
menu; therefore the error message "No response from communication unit."
appears.

LAN Port -> ON

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7.3 Setting up PC terminal and VMS PC terminal

7.3.1 Setting up PC terminal and VMS PC terminal
Procedure)
1. As for both FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19, the default IP address is
"172.31.16.2/255.255.0.0."
As for the IP address of PC, set the IP address that can be connected to this Network.
For example, 172.31.16.10/255.255.0.0 is set.

2. Establish the connection between the [LAN] port on the Communication unit and a
PC by use of the LAN cable, and then turn the PC ON.

Example of IP address
setting:
- IP address:
172.31.16.10
- Subnet mask:
255.255.0.0
- Default Gateway:
Not required

3. Double-click the icon for F18 (19) PC, (VMS F18 (19) PC).

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7.3 Setting up PC terminal and VMS PC terminal

4. When the following "Connect List" appears, click the "F18(19)_xxxxxxx" line.
Note)
Name: F18(19)_xxxxxxx displays model and Serial No.
When the "Connect Yes/No" screen appears, selecting "Yes" and then pressing
[Enter] key establish the connection with the Communication unit and data of the
status screen appears.
Reference)
The IP address and Software version of "Fxx_xxxxxxx" in "Connect List" is data
read from the Communication unit. The function for reading data is referred to
as "equipment detection function."

Model_Serial No.

Hint)
If the "Connect List" screen disappears when performing some operations,
open [Setup] -> 3.Terminal and then click "Connection."
Return to "Connect List" at the step 4.

Model_Serial No.

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7.3.2 When the IP address of the Communication unit cannot be
determined
Procedure)
1. The IP address of the PC is assigned to arbitrary IP address.
For instance, 192.168.1.10/255.255.0.0 is assigned.
Reference)
The Communication unit has not with the "DHCP" function, which is used for
automatically assigning the IP address. When putting the check mark on "Obtain
an IP address automatically" for IP address of the PC, Windows automatically
assigns the IP address of PC when LAN connection is established.
The IP address is "169.254.xx.xx/16." Therefore, setting "Obtain an IP address
automatically" indicates that arbitrary IP address is assigned.

2. Double-click the icon

for F18 (19) PC, (VMS F18 (19) PC).

3. The "Connect List" appears and the IP address of the Communication unit appears
after a while.

Model_Serial No.

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4. Set the IP address and Subnet mask of the PC on the basis of the displayed IP address
of the Communication unit and then establish connection again.

Hint)
Clicking the "F19_xxxxxx" line opens the [Connect Yes/No] screen. Selecting "Yes"
opens the "Different network address. Show available network setting" screen.
Selecting "Yes" on this screen opens the "Network Information" screen; therefore set
the IP address of PC on the basis of this information.

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Chapter 8. Maintenance
8.1 Status monitor
8.1 Status monitor
The Status screen is common to FELCOM 18, FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19 PC
terminals. The following figure shows the Status Monitor screen for FELCOM 18 PC
terminal.

Data is updated every five
seconds

Data is updated every five
seconds or the status is changed

Note) NAV data is updated every 30 seconds.
Fig. 8.1.1 Status screen

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8.1 Status monitor

8.1.1 Status message
1. Distress message area

Area for messages relevant to
Distress alert

Area for messages indicating
restoration of the
communication network

1.1) Area for messages relevant to Distress alert
Messages

Display conditions

Blank
Sending Distress Alert
Sending Distress Alert Test

No Distress alert
Releasing Distress alert
During Distress alert test (PV Test)
When receiving Distress acknowledgement from
LES after releasing the Distress alert
When transmitting the Distress message after
setting "Distress" for Priority
When receiving Distress acknowledgment from
LES after setting Distress for Priority and
transmitting Distress message

Distress Acknowledgement Received
Distress Message Call Activated
Distress Message Call Acknowledged
Distress Button Test Mode
[DISTRESS]

During Distress Button test

1.2) Display of restoration mode for Communication Network
Messages

Display conditions

Blank

Normal status
This message appears when NCS of the ocean region is out
of order and only one LES exists in the ocean region.
In this case, messages can be transmitted and received
while MES is logged in; however, there is no EGC service.
This message appears when the Network Channel is
changed while NCS is out of order and LES is broadcasting
NCS CC instead of NCS.
In this case, messages can be transmitted and received;
however, there is no EGC service.
This message appears while NCS is out of order and the
predetermined LES is broadcasting the NCS CC signal
instead of NCS.

Stand alone Mode

Restoration Mode
(Network Update Received)

Restoration Mode

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8.1 Status monitor

2. Communication status area
Upper stage: Communication status
display area
Middle stage: Detail communication
status display area
Lower stage: Area for displaying
other information

2.1) Upper stage: Communication status display area
Messages

Display conditions

IDLE
IDLE(PENDING)
SENDING
RECEIVING
LOGIN
LOGOUT
DISTRESS ALERT
Data Report
TESTING
TEST SETUP
SCANNING NCS
EGC RECEIVER
DELIVERY STATUS REQ.
FORCED CLEARING

Idle (waiting receiving, waiting transmitting)
Waiting reply from LES
Sending
Receiving
Logged in with NCS
Logging out with NCS
Sending Distress alert
Sending data report
PV (Performance Verification) testing
Requesting PV testing
Scanning common channel
EGC-only receiver mode
Transmitting delivery status request
Forcibly stopping receiving, transmitting, or scanning

2.2) Middle stage: Detail communication status display area
Messages

Display conditions

CALLING
WAITING FOR
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
RECEIVING EGC MESSAGE
WAITING FOR BACKOFF
Successful Login
Login failed.
Successful Logout
Logout failed.
Successful Distress Alert.
Distress Alert failed

Now calling

Successful Forced Clearing
Forced Clearing failed
SENDING MESSAGE PACKETS
WAITING FOR
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Waiting for acknowledgement from LES
Now receiving EGC message
Waiting to transmit data report
Login was successful.
Login failed.
Logout was successful.
Logout failed.
Sending Distress alert was successful.
Sending Distress alert failed.
Transmission and the reception, scanning were
stopped.
[Successful Forced Clearing] failed.
Sending TX message packets
Waiting for acknowledgement from LES

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8.1 Status monitor

Successful sending to LES.
Sending message failed
Call rejected
Call pending
Received Call
Received Call (ITA2)
RECEIVING MESSAGE PACKETS
CLEARING
Successful receiving
Receiving failed.
Successful Data Report.
Data Report failure
PV TEST CALL is rejected
PV TEST CALL is pending.
TEST-RECEIVING MESSAGE
TEST-SENDING MESSAGE
TEST-DISTRESS ALERT
WAITING FOR ACTIVATION
WAITING FOR TEST RESULT
CLEARING
PV TEST is Completed.
PV TEST Failure

Message successfully sent to LES
Message could not be sent to LES
LES rejected your message
LES temporarily suspending communications
Call received from LES
Call received (ITA2 code) from LES
Receiving message packets
Clearing the receive sequence
Successfully received message
Could not receive message
Data report successfully sent.
Data report could not be sent.
LES rejected PV test call from MES.
LES suspended PV test call from MES.
Receiving test message from LES
Sending test message to LES
Sending test Distress message to LES
Waiting start of PV test
Waiting for results of PV test
Clearing PV test mode
PV test was completed.
PV test failed.

2.3) Lower stage: Area for displaying other information
Messages
DCE F18 Ver.0x (FFA)

DCE F19 Ver.0x (FFA)
Running Report Program (POLL)
TX ON
TROUBLE: ANT power voltage
abnormality
TROUBLE: ALARM UNIT Fault
TROUBLE:
DISTRESS ALERT UNIT Fault.
TROUBLE: Synthesizer module
TROUBLE: Carrier power module
TROUBLE: GPS module
Memory full for received msg

Display conditions
- Displaying the version number of DCE (Felcom 18)
during normal operation
- "(FFA)" is displayed if FFA VMS is set.
- Displaying the version number of DCE (Felcom 19)
during normal operation
- "(FFA)" is displayed if FFA VMS is set.
- During Program Report by Polling.
- This message is not displayed if FFA VMS is set.
Sending
Voltage applied to the Antenna unit is abnormal.
Alarm unit (IC-306) is abnormal.
Distress alert unit (IC-305) is abnormal.
PLL synthesizer circuit is abnormal.
Transmit output level is abnormal.
GPS module is abnormal.
Memory is full.

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3. Login display area

Frame synchronization display area
Ocean region display area/ LOGIN, LOGOUT
status display area
Area for displaying other information

3.1) Frame synchronization display area
Messages

Display conditions

SYNC (NCS)
SYNC (LES)
MES Sig. Ch
MES Msg. Ch
UNSYNC
Retuning

Synchronizing with NCS Channel
Synchronizing with LES Channel
Transferring to MES signaling channel
Transferring to MES message channel
Out of synchronization
Changing channel, or during transmission

3.2) Ocean region display area
Messages

Display conditions

NCS: AOR-W
NCS: AOR-E
NCS: IOR
NCS: POR

Using Atlantic Ocean Region-West
Using Atlantic Ocean Region-East
Using Indian Ocean Region
Using Pacific Ocean Region

3.3) LOGIN/LOGOUT status display area
Messages

Display conditions

LOGOUT
LOGIN
LOGIN (Flashing)

Deregistration to ocean region
Registered in ocean region
Registration is in progress to the ocean region

3.4) Area for displaying other information
Messages

Display conditions

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No receive message in memory, or printer is operating.
- When the printer does not work after receiving the
message
- When the secret confidential message is received
When the data report is set to ON.
When the message report is set to ON.

REC.MESSAGE EXISTS
(flashing)
Data Report (Reverse display)
Message Report (Reverse display)

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4. Area for displaying position

Area for displaying date and time
Area for displaying position

4.1) Area for displaying date and time and area for displaying position
Messages

Display conditions

MM-DD-YY hh:mm

LAT: 00:00.00N
LON: 000:00.00E

- The time data is calculated from the TDM frame, and the date
data uses the data from ZDA (updated every one minute).
- If no ZDA is input, date set at System Setup is displayed.
- The external GPS system, the internal GPS system and the
manual input are selected in the menu.
- When NAV data is input, the data is updated every 30 seconds.
- When the manual input is selected and the data is not updated for
more than 4 hours, position information flashes and the alarm is
released every 30 seconds.

5. Message window display

Message window

5.1) Message window area
Messages

Display conditions

Sending Distress Alert

While the Distress alert is being sent
When the Distress acknowledgement from the LES is
received after sending the Distress alert.
When sending the Distress message after setting
Distress for Priority
When receiving Distress acknowledgment from LES
after setting Distress for Priority and receiving the
Distress message

Distress Acknowledgement Received
Distress Message Call Activated
Distress Message Call
Acknowledged
Distress buttons are under test.
Cancel the test mode if a real
distress alert needs to send.

During the Distress Alert Button Test

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6. CAUTION Window
Operation messages and error messages appear on the CAUTION Window. Operation
messages are omitted here.

CAUTION Window

6.1) Messages relevant to abnormality of equipment (TROUBLE)
Messages

Display conditions

TROUBLE: RFCON CPU ROM NG.
TROUBLE: RFCON CPU RAM NG
TROUBLE: RFCON CPU EEPROM NG

RFCON CPU ROM NG
RFCON CPU RAM NG
EEPROM NG

6.2) Messages relevant to WARNING
Messages

Display conditions

WARNING: Memory Full for receive message
WARNING: Cannot enter new DNID. Memory
full for DNIDs
WARNING: Cannot enter new ENID. Memory
full for ENIDs.
WARNING: Message received for DTE PORT.
Please turn on DTE port equipment
WARNING: Can not find NCS CC in preferred
region. Scanning all region is started.
WARNING: Cannot find NCS CC in all region.
Scanning is continued.

Memory for received message is full.
Memory for DNIDs is full.
Memory for ENIDs is full.
Transferring the received message to DTE
is disabled.
Scanning the current ocean region failed.
Scanning all ocean regions failed.

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6.3) Messages relevant to information (INFO)
Messages

Display conditions

INF: [DISTRESS] Button activated

INF: Remote DISTRESS ALERT UNIT
activated
INF: [DISTRESS] Button works correctly
INF: DISTRESS ALERT UNIT works correctly
INF: Distress Buttons enter into TEST MODE
INF: Distress Buttons return to NORMAL
MODE
INF: NCS has gone outage.
( RESTORATION Mode )
INF: You can select preferred LES by Network
Information Window
INF: ENID ***** was entered by EGC message
INF: ENID ***** was deleted by EGC message
INF: DNID ***** was entered by Polling
INF: DNID ***** was removed by Polling
INF: Pre-set LES ID for DISTRESS ALERT is
overriden by LES ***
INF: Logout request accepted. Please wait
INF: Frequency Offset NG
INF: SSAS UNIT works correctly.
SSAS test message will be transmitted in
30sec. Please turn off the SSAS button if the
SSAS test message transfer is unnecessary.

When releasing the Distress is confirmed by
pressing and holding down the Distress
button on the Terminal unit for three seconds
(ON).
When releasing the Distress is confirmed by
pressing and holding down the IC305 (350)
button for three seconds (ON).
The Distress button on the Terminal unit is
pressed (ON) during Distress Button Test.
The IC-305(350) button is pressed (ON)
during Distress Button Test.
Entering into Test Mode
Mode for exiting from Test Mode
(entering Normal Mode)
Restoration Mode
The specified LES can be selected on
Network Information Window.
Downloading ENID
Deleting ENID
Downloading DNID
Deleting DNID
Pre-set LES ID for Distress Alert is updated.
Logout is executed.
Frequency offset error
SSAS UNIT is normal.
SSAS test message is transmitted after 30
seconds.

6.4) Messages relevant to Ignored
Messages

Display conditions

Ignored: Undefined Command.
Ignored: Can not abort current process

Undefined command is used.
The current process cannot be aborted.
The current process cannot be forcibly
cleared.
Waiting transmission of a message and PV
test cannot be started.
PV TEST has been already started, and the
test is now suspended.
There is no message to transmit.
Receiving the Distress request command
failed.

Ignored: Can not Forced Clear current process
Ignored: Awaiting message transfer, Can not
start PV TEST
Ignored: PV TEST has been already started
and now pending
Ignored: Sending Message not exist
Ignored: Distress Request command not
received

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Ignored: Can not start Distress Alert Test now
Ignored: MES is not idle
Ignored: Now receiving EGC message
Ignored: MES is not Login. Please operate Login
Ignored: Current Network is restoration mode
Ignored: NCS Common Channel Failure

Distress Alert Test cannot be tested.
MES busy
While receiving the EGC message
MES is not logged in.
While the network is in Restoration Mode
NCS CC failed.

6.5) Messages relevant to Distress Alert
Messages

Display conditions

Distress Alert activated
Distress Alert not sent to LES, trying to use
NCS

Transmission of Distress Alert was started.
Transmission of Distress Alert to LES failed
after starting transmission of Distress Alert.
Transmission of Distress Alert to LES failed
and transmission of Distress Alert to NCS
failed after starting transmission of Distress
Alert.
Transmission of Distress Alert to LES failed,
transmission of Distress Alert to NCS failed
and transmission of Distress Alert to NCS in
other ocean region failed after starting
transmission of Distress Alert

Distress Alert not sent to NCS. NCS scanning
is started

Distress Alert not sent to NCS. Distress Alert
abandoned, Please re-send Distress Alert.
Timeout! Distress Acknowledgement not
received. Scanning NCS started automatically.
Timeout! Distress Alert not acknowledged.
Distress Alert abandoned, Please re-send
Distress Alert
Distress Alert aborted
Distress Alert completed
DISTRESS ALERT interrupt accepted
Distress Alert Test completed
Distress Alert Test aborted
Distress Alert Test failed
Timeout! Distress Test not acknowledged
MES Signaling Failure Distress Alert Test not
sent.
Low-Power-C mode does not supply Distress
Call
Pre-set LES ID for DISTRESS ALERT is
invalid in this ocean. Please input preferred
LES ID in the menu

Receiving Distress acknowledgment failed.
Receiving Distress acknowledgment failed
after sending Distress Alert.
Transmission was aborted.
Transmission of Distress Alert was aborted.
Transmission of Distress Alert was
completed.
Interruption of Distress Alert was accepted.
Transmission of the Distress Alert test
started.
Transmission of Distress Alert test was
aborted.
Transmission of the Distress Alert test failed.
Receiving the acknowledgement of the
Distress Alert test failed.
MES Signaling failure occurred.
Transmission of Distress Alert using MINI-C
was impossible.
The LES ID set for Distress Alert does not
exist in the ocean region.

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6.6) Messages relevant to Transmitting
Messages

Display conditions

Successful Sending message to LES
Sending message failed.
Sending message aborted
MES Signaling Failure, during sending
message
Sending message aborted by LES because of
xxx
LES protocol error detected, Invalid
Assignment.
Call rejected by LES because of xxx
Call pending by LES because of xxx

Transmission of message was successful.
Transmission of message failed.
Transmission of message was aborted.

Selected LES not exist in current region
Awaiting message transfer
Message sending failure, unauthorized DNID
LES_ID pare
Successful Delivery Status Request
Delivery Status Request is failed
Delivery Status Request is aborted
MES Signaling Failure, Delivery Status
Request not sent
Timeout! LES response not received.

MES Signaling failure occurred.
Transmission of message was aborted by
LES.
LES protocol error was detected.
A call was rejected by LES.
A call was suspended by LES.
The destination LES does not exist in the
ocean region.
While transmitting message
Transmission of message failed and pair of
DNID LES ID was invalid.
Reception of delivery status was successful.
Transmission of delivery status failed.
Transmission of delivery status was aborted.
MES Signaling failed and transmission of
delivery status failed.
There was no response from LES.

6.7) Messages relevant to Receiving
Messages

Display conditions

Successful Receiving message
Receiving message failed
Receiving message aborted
MES Signalling Failure, during receiving message
Receiving message aborted by LES because of xxx

Receiving message was successful.
Receiving message failed.
Receiving message was aborted.
MES Signaling failure occurred.
Receiving message was aborted by LES.

6.8) Messages relevant to Data Reporting
Messages

Display conditions

Successful Poll Acknowledgement Sending
Poll Acknowledgement Sending failed
Successful Data Report Sending
Data Report aborted
Reserved access failure, trying unreserved access
Data Report failed, too long report.
Data Report failed, unauthorized DNID

Transmission of Poll acknowledgement was
successful.
Transmission of Poll acknowledgement failed.
Transmission of Data Report was successful.
Transmission of Data Report was aborted.
Reserved access failed.
Transmission of Data Report failed.
Transmission of Data Report failed by using
invalid DNID.

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Data Report failed, MES is not login
MES Signaling Failure, Data Report failed
Data Report failed, selected LES not exist in
current region
Data Report failed, TDM LOST
Successful Data Report Programming by Polling
Data Report Programming failure by Polling,
invalid parameters
Data Report Program has been initiated by
Polling.
Data Report Program has been stopped by
Polling

Transmission of Data Report failed while not
logged in.
MES Signaling failure occurred.
Transmission of Data Report failed by
selecting LES that does not exist in the
current ocean region.
Transmission of Data Report failed due to
TDM LOST.
Data Report programming by Polling was
successful.
Data Report programming by Polling failed.
Data Report programming by Polling was
initiated.
Data Report programming by Polling was
stopped.

6.9) Messages relevant to PV Test
Messages

Display conditions

Starting PV Test Process. Automatic test mode:
Normal communication disabled. Do not press any
distress button unless you are in distress.
PV TEST is completed.
PV TEST is failed
PV TEST is aborted
MES Signaling Failure, during PV TEST
Receiving Test Failure, Timeout while waiting on NCS CC
Sending Test Failure, Too many retries
PV TEST is aborted by LES because of xxx
PV TEST is pending by LES because of xxx
PV TEST is rejected by LES because of xxx

PV TEST aborted because of RESTORATION mode
Please activate Distress Alert TEST within 2 min.
TIMEOUT!! Distress Alert Test is automatically
activated.

PV test was initiated.
PV test was completed.
PV test failed.
PV test was aborted.
MES Signaling failure occurred.
Reception test failed.
Transmission test failed.
PV test was aborted by LES.
PV test was suspended by LES.
PV test was rejected by LES.
PV test was aborted by Restoration
Mode.

Distress Alert TEST
Distress Alert TEST

6.10) Messages relevant to Forced Clear
Messages

Display conditions

Successful Forced Clearing
Forced Clearing failed
Forced Clearing aborted

Forced Clear was completed.
Forced Clear was failed.
Forced Clear was aborted.
Failure of MES Signaling:
When Forced Clear Request for
sending a message is not transmitted.
Reception of Clear packet failed.

MES Signaling Failure, Forced Clear not sent
Timeout!

Clear not received

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6.11) Messages relevant to Printer
Messages

Display conditions

Can't enter in Print Que
Print Que is Full.

Entry into print queue is impossible.
Print queue is full.
Entry into print queue is impossible
because the disk is full.

Disk full. Can't enter in Print Que

7. Alert Window
The message displayed on the Alert Window is output message via the ALR sentence in
the AMS unit.
Alert messages appear in the Alert pop-up, which is colored orange, one message per
pop-up When multiple alerts are generated together, the pop-up windows overlap one
another. To close a pop-up, press the [ESC] key.

Alert ウインドウ

Messages

Display conditions
Your station is not synchronized with
selected EGC
channel.
Your station is not synchronized with
selected NCS Common Channel
BBER (Bulletin Board Error Rate)
exceeded 80%.
MES ID is corrupted.
Position data is not current.
Problem with EEPROM.

EGC Synchronization loss.
Synchronization loss.
BBER over 80%.
Invalied MES ID.
Please update current ship position.
EEPROM ERROR.

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ANT power voltage abnormality.
1st Local UNLOCK
2nd Local UNLOCK
TX Carrier power level abnormality.
Distress Priority Message received.
Distress Priority EGC Message received.
Urgent Priority EGC Message received.
DISTRESS ALERT UNIT Fault.
ALARM UNIT connection abnormality.
SSAS UNIT connection abnormality.
Internal GPS UNIT failure.
External NAV equipment failure.
Can't print. Printer not ready.(Offline/Paper Low)

Antenna power voltage out of ratings.
1st local circuit is unlocked.
2nd local circuit is unlocked.
Carrier power level too high or too low.
Distress message received.
Distress EGC message received.
Urgent EGC message received.
Problem with Distress Alert Unit (IC-305)
Problem with the Alarm Unit (IC-306).
Problem with the SSAS Unit (IC-307).
Problem with the internal GPS unit.
Problem with external position-fixing
equipment.
Cannot print.

Refernce) [Option] -> 0. Alert
The alert window displays the code no., date, time and contents of active alerts, in the
order generated. When the cause of an alert is resolved, the alert is removed from the
window. To display the window, press [Option] and [0. Alert].
Refer to page 4-35.

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8.1.2 Items displayed on the Status monitor
Table 8.1.1 Items displayed on the Status monitor
Item

Meaning

Date
Time

Current date
The time calculated from the frame number of NCS TDM.
Position data of own ship:
External GPS data, internal GPS data or manually input position data is
displayed.
The destination position data from the external GPS system (WPL).
Heading (VTG)
Ship speed (VTG)
NCS of the currently receiving ocean region.
The currently used channel
(NCS common channel, MES message channel, etc.)
TDM type (NCS common channel or LES TDM)
Operation status of MES: Busy, Idle
The receiving status of GPS is displayed.
Note) As for GPS, the GGA sentence is required in order to display the
following GPS information.
- CST (Cold Start) Calculates the positioning without the almanac data.
- ACQ (Acquired)
Acquires the almanac data.
- IMP (Impossible) Reception is not available.
- INT (Interrupted) Interruption occurs during GPS reception.
- ALM
Receives the almanac data.
- 2D, 3D
Positioning in two or three dimensions
The empty volume of the memory in the area for temporarily storing received
messages in the flash memory for data at TERMCPU (for FELCOM 18) and
COMMCPU (for FELCOM 19). The capacity is 32 k bytes.
Bulletin Board Error Rate: The receiving error rate of the bulletin board of
TDM channel is displayed.
Carrier/Noise: "OK" appears when the quality of the received signal is
greater than 31dB.
The transmission level is checked. As for FELCOM 18, "OK" appears when
the transmission level is greater than 100 upon transmission and less than
25 during reception. As for FELCOM 19, "OK" appears when the
transmission level is greater than 25 upon transmission and less than 25
during reception.
This is receiving IF AGC value and the display range is from 40 to 246. "OK"
appears if this value is greater than 60.
Reference) C/N: 31 -> 117: If C/N increases, the IF AGC value increases.
"NG" appears if the Offset value of TCXO is greater than 150 Hz.
"OK" appears if both PLL circuits are normal when checking two PLL circuits
(1st Lo and 2nd Lo) on the RF CON board.
"NG" appears when the voltage supplied to the Antenna unit is not within the
specified range due to malfunction of the antenna cable, etc.
Control value of TXCO for the reference oscillator on the RF CON board is
displayed.

Position
Waypoint
Course
Speed
Current NCS
Current Channel
Current TDM
MES Status

GPS Status

DCE memory
BBER
C/N

Send Level

Rx AGC Level
REF Offset Freq.
Synthe Local
Antenna Power
Supply
TXCO Control
Water
Temperature
Water Current
Depth

Water temperature (MTW) data is displayed.
Direction: Direction of the tide (VDR) and Speed: Speed of the tide (VDR)
are displayed.
Depth of water (DBT) data is displayed.

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Analysis of NG display
BBER (Bulletin Board Error Rate)
When the receiving error rate of the bulletin board , which is located at the top of
TDM channel is over 80%, the message, "WARNING: BBER over 80%. SCANNING
NCS start manually" appears.
BBER is calculated by decoding I and Q data on the TERMCPU (COMMCPU) board
and then using this data on CPU for calculating the BBER value.
When errors are detected in one frame, BBER is raised at one count per frame, and is
the addition of 100 frames.
If the BBER value exceeds 80%, FELCOM 19 starts receiving operation for NCS
SCAN.
As for FELCOM 18, receiving operation for NCS SCAN is not performed. Change the
ocean region manually.
As possible defective area, malfunction of the receiving circuit is expected.
- Antenna unit
- RF CON board
- TERMCPU (COMMCPU) board
- Antenna coaxial cable and coaxial connector
Note)
If BBER increases even though the C/N level is OK, mixing of noise and
interference from other device is suspected.

C/N
Even if the equipment is properly operating, "NG" appears when the receive signal is
weak.
The BPSK demodulated 2nd IF-I and -Q data are decoded at the TERMCPU
(COMMCPU) board, and this data is used for calculating the C/N value on the CPU.
When the C/N level of the receive signal is greater than 31 dB, "OK" appears.
Also, the C/N value is only used for judging OK and NG.
The followings are the parts which the error may be occurred;
- Antenna unit
- RF CON board
- TERMCPU (COMMCPU) board
- Antenna coaxial cable and coaxial connector
- Antenna blocking

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Send Level
The send level detects the power supply current supplied to the Antenna unit via the
Antenna coaxial cable when the voltage upon transmission is 28 V (27 V) and the
voltage upon reception is 7 V and displays the detected level.
TERMPWR (COMMPWR) board detects the send level. The detected level upon
transmission is "ANT TX" signal and the detected level upon reception is "ANT RX"
signal.
"OK" appears if the value is lower than "25" upon reception and the value is greater
than "FELCOM 18: 100/FELCOM 19: 25" upon transmission.
For example, 10 appears upon reception and FELCOM 18: 222 appears upon
transmission. When attempting to transmit while the Send Level is lower than the
specified value, the message "TROUBLE: Carrier power level." appears.
The followings are the parts which the error may be occurred;
- Antenna unit
- RF CON board
- TERMPWR (COMMPWR) board
- Antenna coaxial cable and coaxial connector

Antenna Power Supply
Voltage of TX28 (27) V/RX 7 V supplied to the Antenna unit via the Antenna coaxial
cable appears.
The TERMPWR (COMMPWR) board detects the voltage and the detection signal,
which is obtained by dividing the voltage is "Check V." When the voltage is out of the
ratings for transmitting and receiving, "NG" appears. Also, the message "TROUBLE:
ANT power voltage abnormality." is sent. Conditions for outputting the message are
the voltage for transmitting is out of the range "26 to 31 V" and the voltage for
receiving is out of the range "6 to 9 V."
The followings are the parts which the error may be occurred;
- Antenna unit
- TERMPWR (COMMPWR) board
- Antenna coaxial cable and Coaxial connector

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Rx AGC Level
As for AGC, IF AGC and RF AGC are input from the TERMCPU (COMMCPU)
board to the RF CON board. As for the RX AGC Level, the IF AGC level (40 to 245)
appears. RF AGC is not used.
"NG" appears when the level is less than 60.
For example, relation between the C/N value and RX AGC Level is as follows.
However, the Rx AGC Level differs slightly due to loss of the Antenna coaxial cable
even if the C/N value is the same.
AGC Level increases if the Antenna coaxial cable loss is small.
C/N
Rx AGC Level

29dB

31

33

36

100

105

117

123

ANT Open
40

The followings are the parts which the error may be occurred;
- Antenna unit
- RF CON board
- Antenna coaxial cable and Coaxial connector

REF Offset Freq.
"NG" appears if the value is greater than 150 Hz.
If the PLL local frequency is shifted, the error rate increases without correcting the
frequency.
PLL control converts the receiving frequency from the satellite to base band on the
CPU in TERMCPU (COMMCPU), performs FFT analysis, and controls the TCXO to
make frequency/phase difference match the received modulation rate (ex; 1200 sps).
Output of TCXO (30.72 MHz) is the reference frequency of 1st Lo and 2nd Lo PLL
circuits. When this frequency is controlled, PLL output frequency changes. In this way,
the PLL output frequency is controlled to match the relation of frequency.
REF Offset Freq displays the offset value of TCXO. If the REF Offset Freq value is
"0," the relation between the receive frequency and PLL local frequency matches.
The followings are the parts which the error may be occurred:
- RF CON board
- TERMCPU (COMMCPU) board.

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Synthe Local
Lock Detect signals of 1st Lo and 2nd Lo PLL circuits on the RF CON board are
monitored. If any of PLL circuits is unlocked, "NG" appears. Also, the message
"TROUBLE: Synthesizer UNLOCK." is output.
The followings are the parts which the error may be occurred:
- RF CON/CPU board
- TERMCPU (COMMCPU) board.

TCXO Control
Control status of the reference oscillator: TCXO (30.72 MHz) is displayed.
The value varies depending on TCXO variation and received frequency. The range is
from 818 to 4095.
Reference)
The control voltage setting for the reference oscillator (TCXO) is stored in
EEPROM and fine control (narrow search) is performed on the basis of the
previous setting at power-up.
However, if the NCS common channel cannot be received for one minute,
coarse control (wide search) and fine control (narrow search) are performed.
When [Option] -> 8.Test -> 3.Diagnostic is executed in Furuno service mode,
the TCXO Control value (coarse control value and fine control value) can be
checked.
TCXO Control on the Status screen displays the coarse control value.

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8.2 [Option ] -> 8. Test

8.2 [Option] -> 8. Test
8.2.1 PV (Performance Verification) TEST
PV test is for checking performance of MES (FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19). The
message is exchanged between MES and LES.
PV Test is performed by [Option] -> 8.TEST -> 1.PV Test.
1. PV test sequence
1. Start the PV test.
2. The MES sends the request signal to NCS in order to perform the PV test.
3. When NCS receives the signal, the NCS returns the acknowledgement signal to MES.
4. The MES, upon receipt of acknowledgement from NCS, goes into pending state.
5. NCS selects an appropriate LES to perform the PV test.
6. The designated LES transmits a message to the MES.
7. Then, the MES transmits the message to the LES.
8. The Distress alert test starts and the MES automatically starts the Distress alert test
within two minutes.
9. When the distress alert test is finished, the results of the PV test are sent from LES to
finish the PV test.

2. Executing the PV test
Before starting the PV test, check the following.
Log in to the system? Is the message "Current Status" that appears the lower left of
the screen "IDLE?" Is "C/N" "OK?" Is Current Channel is “SYNC?”
Procedure)
1. Open [Options] -> 8.TEST -> 1.PV Test, select "Yes", and then press [Enter].
2. PV test is started.
The PV test progress can be checked on the "Current Status" display. Also, the
message appears on the screen.
1) When NCS replays, "PENDING" appears on Current Status.
2) When the test is automatically starts, "TESTING" appears on Current Status.
3) The message for the test is sent from LES to MES.
4) The message for the test is sent from MES to LES.
5) The Distress alert test sequence starts and the Distress alert test is started
automatically two minutes later.
6) The test result is received.

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8.2 [Option ] -> 8. Test

3. After finishing the test, "IDLE" appears on "Current Status."
4. Check the PV test result. Also, the result is automatically printed out.

3. Checking PV test result
Open [Option] -> 8.Test -> 2.PV Test Result, and then check the PV test result.
To print out the test result, press [P] key while holding down [Ctrl] key.
Result of “PV Test Result” can be stored. Perform “Export” by -> [Setup] ->
8.Configuretion -> 6.Export/Import -> Test. For details, refer to 8-42 pages.

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8.2 [Option ] -> 8. Test

Test Date & Time
The date and the time when the PV test is executed appear.
Attempts
The number of times PV test is tried after the last PV test was successful
appears.
BBER
When the error rate of Bulletin Board Error Rate is low, "Pass" appears. If the
error rate is high, "Fail" appears.
Shore to Ship Attempts
Number of announcements that MES responded to LES is displayed.
- First attempt, Second attempt, Third attempt, Third attempt failed
Ship to Shore Attempts
Number of requests that LES took the assignment from MES is displayed.
- First attempt, Second attempt, Third attempt, Third attempt failed
Distress Alert
When the distress alert test is OK, "Pass" appears.
- Pass : Not Applicable, Test OK, Nature of Distress: not Default,
Null Data, Automatically Activated
- Fail : No Response, Incorrect Protocol, Invalid Data Format
Signal Strength
When the signal strength of the signal from MES which is received by LES is
within the tolerance, "Pass" appears.
- Pass : Less than Std. Level, Greater than or equal to Std. Level,
Greater than Std level +3, +6, +10, +13, +16 dB
- Fail : No response, unreadable
Overall Result
When the PV test result is passed, "Pass" appears.
- Pass : Applicable tests pass
- Fail : Forward message transfer fail
Return message transfer fail
Signal unreadable, Signal level excessive
Distress alert test fail
Unspecified fail

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8.2 [Option ] -> 8. Test

8.2.2 Diagnostic Test
Diagnostic Test is performed by [Options] -> 8.Test -> 3.Diagnostic Test.
Contents of the result to be displayed vary depending on Normal mode and Furuno
service mode. In Furuno service mode, details of the program number an STATUS
information are added. To enter Furuno service mode,
[Setup] -> 1.System Setup -> Command Screen.
JOB No. : furunoservice
Password: felcom18 (felcom19)
Result of “Diagnostic Test” can be stored. Perform “Export” by -> [Setup] ->
8.Configuretion -> 6.Export/Import -> Test. For details, refer to 8-43 pages.

Type; [Ctrl]+A, Z,
S, X, D, C
ÎDetail program
version appears.

Normal mode display

Detail program
version appears.
Display in Service mode

Display of STATUS is added.
The last five TROUBLES and
WARNINGS stored in the
SYSTEM LOG are displayed.

*****

Access to “Diagnostic Test” directly; [F7] -> [Alt]+8 -> [Ctrl]+TEST
Terminate: [Esc] x 4 times

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8.2 [Option ] -> 8. Test

1. Diagnostic Test display area
Program Ver.
The detailed version appears in Furuno service mode. The following table shows the
version as of Oct, 2012. “PC TERMINAL Ver.” of FELCOM 18 and a “Rev.” are
displayed by the PC terminal side. All the following tables are displayed.
Program
TERMCPU

FELCOM 18
Normal Mode
1650247-01

Rev
Boot no.
Starter no.
PC TERMINAL

1650240-01

Rev.

Service Mode
1650247-01.xx
1819
2012.xx.xx.xx
1650236-01.xx
0550252-01.xx
1650240-01.04
1819
2012.xx.xx

FELCOM 19
Normal Mode
1650248-01

Service Mode
1650248-01.xx
1819 2012.xx.xx

1650241-01

1650238-01.xx
0550252-01.xx
1650241-01.xx
1819

2012.xx.xx

ROM, RAM, EEPROM
This test is performed when the Diagnostic Test is carried out.
The R/W test result of memory on the TERMCPU (COMMCPU) board is displayed.

FELCOM 18
FELCOM 19

ROM

RAM

EEPROM

U7, U8(Flash):
W25Q64CVSSIG
U8, U9(Flash):
W25Q64CVSSIG

U5(SDRAM):
MT46H8M16LFBF
U10(SDRAM):
MT46H8M16LFBF

UX20:
25AA512_1
U7:
25AA512_1

GPS State
This test is performed when the Diagnostic Test is carried out.
Settings and GPS status of [Setup] -> 1.System Setup -> Nav Port are displayed.
When GPS data is input from the external GPS, the GGA sentence must be inputted
in order to display the state of GPS, such as INT and ACQ.

2. REMOTE BOX display area
When entering Furuno service Mode from [Setup] -> 1.System Setup -> Command
Window, the setting status of "1.Remote Box Setup" appears.
However, only "ON/OFF" setting appears for SSAS, and SSAS types, such as Standard,
Russian and USCG, do not appear.

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3. MAIN STATE display area
Contents that are displayed are the same those appear in Status Monitor state.
BBER
This is the BBER value when the Diagnostic Test is performed.
C/N
This is the C/N value when the Diagnostic Test is performed.
Rx AGC Level
This is the Rx AGC Level when the Diagnostic Test is performed. The range is from
40 to 245.
REF offset Freq
This is the REF offset Freq value when the Diagnostic Test is performed.
Synth Local
Status of two PLL circuits of the RF CON board appears when the Diagnostic Test is
performed. Status of two PLL circuits are classified between "Local PLL and 2nd
PLL."
TCXO Control
The coarse control value (818 to 4095) and fine control value (0 to 4095) of TCXO
when the Diagnostic Test is performed are displayed.
TxRx data
Transmit/receive voltage and current detection level of "Antenna Power Supply" that
appear on the Status screen are displayed.
However, transmit voltage/current level and receive voltage/current level do not appear
at the same time. The displayed value is the actual display example.
-Tx Power Supply: FELCOM 18 -> 27.6V,

FELCOM 19 -> 27.0V

-Tx current level: FELCOM 18 -> 215, FELCOM 19 -> 66
Transmit voltage and current detection level, that are used during
communication and recorded on the latest Sent Messages Log, are
displayed.
However, the above values are deleted when receiving the message
including EGC.
-Rx Power supply: FELCOM 18 -> 7.1V,

FELCOM 19 -> 7.0V

-Rx current level: FELCOM 18 ->100, FELCOM 19 -> 105
Receive voltage and current detection level are displayed when reception,
which is recorded on the latest Received Message Log and EGC Messages,
is carried out.
However, the above values are deleted when receiving the message.

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4. STATUS display area
The latest five Warning and Trouble events are displayed.
Five items are displayed and these items are not deleted even if the system is turned off.
See "Appendix 1. Event List" for contents to be displayed.
However, even if the sentence indicating the event may be different, the same event is
indicated if the event number is the same.
The event number consists of the following five digits:
"Category Number (one digit) + Type Number (one digit) + Event Message Number
(three digits)"
Category Number
1: Hardware
2: Navigation
5: Distress Alert 6: Transmit
Type Number
1: Information

3: System
7: Receive

2: Warning

4: Data Report
8: Mail

9: Print

3: Trouble

For example, in "32007 External NAV equipment failure," the category is classified
as "Warning" at "System," and contents of the event are "External NAV equipment
failure."

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8.2 [Option ] -> 8. Test

8.2.3 Distress Button Test (Distress/SSAS Button Test)
1. Distress Button Test
FELCOM 18
See page 4-11 for details.
This test is valid even if IC-305 is set to "OFF" at "Remote Box Setup" setting.
When entering Distress Button Test,
the unit is normal if the message "INF: Distress Buttons entered into TEST
MODE." appears,
and the message "INF: DISTRESS ALERT UNIT works correctly." appears
when the [Distress] button is pressed.
FELCOM 19
The “Distress Button Test” item if deleted from Test Menu.

2. SSAS Button Test
See page 4-28 for details.
This test cannot be performed unless the SSAS function is set to "ON" in "Remote Box
Setup" in Command Window and "SSAS Manager Mode" is entered.
FELCOM 18
The menu display changes from "4.Distress Button Test" to "4.Distress/SSAS
Button Test."
FELCOM 19
"SSAS Button Test" is added.
“SSAS button test” can be performed along with “Distress button test.”
When starting the “SSAS button test”,
the message "INF: Distress Buttons/SSAS entered into TEST MODE" appears,
and the SSAS unit is working properly if the message
"INF: SSAS UNIT works correctly." appears.

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8.3 [Options] -> 9.Maintenance (checking Log)

8.3 [Options] -> 9.Maintenance (checking Log)
Log can be checked in Maintenance menu. Only "1.Current Position Log" appears in
Normal mode.
When entering Furuno service mode, 2. System Log, 3. Term Operation Log, 4. Sent
Report Log, 5. Communication Log are added.

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These logs are added when
entering Service mode.

8.3.1 "1. Current Position Log"
The Position Log is recorded at power-on, and the Position Log is updated every
hour. A maximum of 100 positions are displayed and the log is not deleted even if the
unit is turned off.

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Op. Time (sec)
This is the total number of seconds that the unit is kept ON.
Number of seconds to be displayed is in the range from 0 to 4294967295 seconds.
This value is reset to "0" by Clear EEPROM.
Date & Time
The detected date and time are displayed. These data are the ZDA>RMC sentence of
the internal GPS (ZDA) or external GPS.
Range (From No. / To No.)
This is the setting of display range of Log.

Total
The number of items in the log is displayed. The maximum number is 100 items.
[Ctrl] + [F]: Search
Keyword can be searched.
The following screen appears when [F] key is pressed while holding down [Ctrl] key.
Entering the keyword to be searched and executing Search Start jumps to the detected
line. However, "No." is excluded.

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8.3 [Options] -> 9.Maintenance (checking Log)

[Ctrl] + [E]: Export
Current Position Log can be stored.
The following [Save] screen appears when [E] key is pressed while holding down
[Ctrl] key.
The log is stored by selecting "A:¥ Drive" of the internal memory or "C:¥ Drive" of
SD card and then entering the file name.
As for PC terminal for FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19, operation for storing a file on
PC needs to be done.
Save
[A:¥
-- Filename --------- Size ------------------- Date & Time ---SD Card
<DRIVE>
<No Files>

0 Files exist
To View : SPACE

]

25966864 bytes free
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[Ctrl] + [P]: Print
Current Position Log can be printed out.
When [P] key is pressed while holding down [Ctrl] key, all Current Position Logs are
printed out.
When printing out the log after specifying the range to be printed out, press [Ctrl] +
[P] after specifying the range with "Range (From No. /To No.)" operation.

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8.3.2 "2. System Log"
The log is recorded when an event occurs. The maximum number of items to be
displayed is 100.
See "Appendix -1 Event List " for contents of events.

Op. Time (sec)
This is the total number of seconds that the unit is kept ON.
Number of seconds to be displayed is in the range from 0 to 4294967295 seconds.
Date & Time
The detected date and time are displayed. These data are the ZDA>RMC sentence of
the internal GPS (ZDA) or external GPS.
Range (From No. / To No.)
This is the setting of display range of Log.
Total
The number of items in the log is displayed. The maximum number is 100 items.
[Ctrl] + [F]: Search
Keyword can be searched.
The following screen appears when [F] key is pressed while holding down [Ctrl] key.
Entering the keyword to be searched and executing Search Start jumps to the detected
line. However, "No." is excluded.

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[Ctrl] + [E]: Export
System Log can be stored.
The following [Save] screen appears when [E] key is pressed while holding down
[Ctrl] key.
The log is stored by selecting "A:¥ Drive" of the internal memory or "C:¥ Drive" of
SD card and then entering the file name.
As for PC terminal for FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19, operation for storing a file on
PC needs to be done.
Save
[A:¥
-- Filename --------- Size ------------------- Date & Time ---SD Card
<DRIVE>
<No Files>

0 Files exist
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[Ctrl] + [P]: Print
System Log can be printed out.
When [P] key is pressed while holding down [Ctrl] key, all System Logs are printed
out.
When printing out the log after specifying the range to be printed out, press [Ctrl] +
[P] after specifying the range with "Range (From No. /To No.) " operation.

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8.3 [Options] -> 9.Maintenance (checking Log)

8.3.3 "3. Term Operation Log"
Log for terminal operations is displayed. The maximum number of items to be
displayed is 1000.

FELCOM 18 PC terminal display

K/M
K indicates keyboard operation and M indicates mouse operation. As for M, X-Y
coordinates of the pointer (X: 347 and Y: 007) appear.
Key Code [Key]
The entered key code and names of keys, such as [ENTER] and [Esc], appear.
Action
Key operation status is displayed.
"Down" indicates Key Down and "Up" indicates Key Up. For example, when [Enter]
is operated, a pair of “Down” and “Up” is recorded.
WindowName
The title of the window on which operation is made is displayed.
Op. Time
This is the total number of seconds that the unit is kept ON.
Number of seconds to be displayed is in the range from 0 to 4294967295 seconds.

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Date & Time (UTC)
The detected date and time are displayed. These data are the ZDA>RMC sentence of
the internal GPS (ZDA) or external GPS.
Range (From No. / To No.)
This is the setting of display range of Log.
Total
The number of items in the log is displayed. The maximum number is 1000 items.
[Ctrl] + [F]: Search
Keyword can be searched.
The following screen appears when [F] key is pressed while holding down [Ctrl] key.
Entering the keyword to be searched and executing Search Start jumps to the detected
line. However, "No." is excluded.

[Ctrl] + [E]: Export
Term Operation Log can be stored.
The following [Save] screen appears when [E] key is pressed while holding down
[Ctrl] key.
The log is stored by selecting "A:¥ Drive" of the internal memory or "C:¥ Drive" of
SD card and then entering the file name.
As for PC terminal for FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19, operation for storing a file on
PC needs to be done.
Save
[A:¥
-- Filename --------- Size ------------------- Date & Time ---SD Card
<DRIVE>
<No Files>

0 Files exist
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[Ctrl] + [P]: Print
Term Operation Log can be printed out.
When [P] key is pressed while holding down [Ctrl] key, all System Logs are printed
out.
When printing out the log after specifying the range to be printed out, press [Ctrl] +
[P] after specifying the range with "Range (From No. / To No.)" operation.

8.3.4 "4. Sent Report Log"
This is the log of Data Report sent by the Polling command and Data Report, which is
edited in [Report] menu and transmitted. However, Message Report is not recorded.
Also, logs of LRIT and VMS appear. However, as for VMS, this log appears if "false" is
set for "Hidden VMS" in the VMS setting file.
The maximum number of items to be displayed is 100.

DNID
The DNID used for Sent Report is displayed.
LES
The LES on which the message is processed is displayed.

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8.3 [Options] -> 9.Maintenance (checking Log)

Protocol
The protocol used in Report is displayed.
-DR (Data Report)
When a report is transmitted in [Report] -> 1.Data Report -> Usual Data
Report.
-EDR (Enhanced Data Report)
When a report is transmitted in [Report] -> 1.Data Report -> Enhanced Data
Report.
-PADR (Pre-Assigned Data Report)
When PADR is transmitted by using the Polling command.
-EPADR (Enhanced Pre-Assigned Data Report)
When a report is transmitted in [Report] ->3.Enhanced Pre-Assigned Data
Report (EPADR).
-POLL (Polling)
When a Data Report other than PADR is transmitted by using the Polling
command.
Reporting
Successful indicates success of Reporting and Failure indicates failure of Reporting.
Date & Time (UTC)
Transmitted date and time are displayed. These data are the ZDA>RMC sentence of
the internal GPS (ZDA) or external GPS.
Range (From No. / To No.)
This is the setting of display range of Log.
Total
The number of items in the log is displayed. The maximum number is 100 items.
[Ctrl] + [F]: Search
Keyword can be searched.
The following screen appears when [F] key is pressed while holding down [Ctrl] key.
Entering the keyword to be searched and executing Search Start makes the cursor
jump to the detected line. However, "No." is excluded.

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[Ctrl] + [E]: Export
Sent Report Log can be stored.
The following [Save] screen appears when [E] key is pressed while holding down
[Ctrl] key.
The log is stored by selecting "A:¥ Drive" of the internal memory or "C:¥ Drive" of
SD card and then entering the file name.
As for PC terminal for FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19, operation for storing a file on
PC needs to be done.
Save
[A:¥
-- Filename --------- Size ------------------- Date & Time ---SD Card
<DRIVE>
<No Files>

0 Files exist
To View : SPACE

]

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[Ctrl] + [P]: Print
Sent Report Log can be printed out.
When [P] key is pressed while holding down [Ctrl] key, all Sent Report Logs are
printed out.
When printing out the log after specifying the range to be printed out, press [Ctrl] +
[P] after specifying the range with "Range (From No. /To No.)" operation.

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8.3.5 "5. Communication Log"
This is the log of transmitted and received messages, EGC reception, VMS and SSAS,
etc. The maximum number of items to be displayed is 100.

S/R
S: Send message
R: Received message
Cate
The service type is displayed.
Table 8.3.1 Cate list
Cate

Remarks

MSG
EGC
DR
EDR
PADR
EPADR
POLL
SSAS
DR+VMS
EDR+VMS
PADR+VMS
EPADR+VMS
PLL+VMS

This is the Destination type defined in [Transmit] -> 1.Transmit Message.
EGC reception
While operating in VMS mode, these items do not appear if "Enable" is
set for "Hidden VMS" in the VMS setting file.
This item appears while in SSAS Manager mode.
This item appears if the Communication Log is opened by the VMS PC
terminal.

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Type
Communication type used for transmission is displayed.
TLX: TELEX, EML: E-Mail, FAX: Fax,
PSD: PSDN,
X40: X400,
DND: DNID,
END: ENID
"--" is displayed for the received message.

SMS: SMS,
SPC: Special,

Ch, Ch Num
The channel type is displayed.
MSG: Massage Channel, TDM: TDM Channel, SIG: Signaling Channel and their
channel numbers are displayed.

Data Report
Distress
Polling Status
Commission & Test Reqest
Registration
MES Status
MES Status Request
TDM Assignment
TDM Release Ack

Network

TDM Channel

Message Channel

Signaling Channel

Data

Acknowledgment
Acknowledgement Request
Bulletin Board
Clear
Data Packets
Distress Alert Ack
Distress Test Request
Forced Clear
Logical Channel Assignment
Message Status
Request Status
Test Results

Network Coordination
Station (NCS)

Confirmation
Distress
EGC
Polling Request
MES Status
MES Status Request
TDM Release
Test Results

Data Report
Distress Alert
Initiate Call
Log in Request
Log out Request
Message Status Request
Test Request

NCS Common Channel

Acknowledgement
Announcement Response
Assignment Response
Clear
Data Reporting
Distress Alert
Forced Clear
Assignment Request
Request for Transfer Status
Request for Message Status

Interstation Signaling Channel

Signaling Channel

Land Earth Station
(LES)

NCS Signalling Link

Announcement
Bulletin Board
Confirmation
Distress Alert Ack
EGC
Log in Ack
Log out Ack
Network Update
Poll
Request Status

Mobile Earth Station
(MES)

Fig. 8.3.1 INMARSAT C system configuretion

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8.3 [Options] -> 9.Maintenance (checking Log)

Pri
Priority sequence of communication is displayed.
-Nrm: Normal Message
→ Target: Message and EGC
Note)
This is the Destination type when Normal is set for Priority in
Message: [Transmit] -> 1.Transmit Message. For example, TELEX,
E-Mail and FAX, etc. are displayed.
-Dis: Distress Message
→ Target: Distress Message (TELEX) and EGC
-Urg: Urgency Message
→ Target: EGC
-Saf: Sefaty Message
→ Target: EGC
-***:
→ Target: Communications other than above
communications (Data Report)
LES
The LES ID on which the message is processed is displayed.
Size
The size (number of bytes) including message and header is displayed.
In the Inmarsat C, the number of bits is limited to 32768 bytes.
"-----" appears upon failure.
St
Result of transmission is displayed.
"S" indicates Success of transmission and "F" indicates that transmission failed. EGC
and received messages are left blank.
Date & Time (UTC)
Transmitted date and time are displayed. These data are the ZDA>RMC sentence of
the internal GPS (ZDA) or external GPS.
Range (From No. / To No.)
This is the setting of display range of Log.
Total
The number of items in the log is displayed. The maximum number is 1000 items.
[Ctrl] + [P]: Print
Communication Log can be printed out.
When [P] key is pressed while holding down [Ctrl] key, all Communication Logs are
printed out.
When printing out the log after specifying the range to be printed out, press [Ctrl] +
[P] after specifying the range with "Range (From No. / To No.) " operation.

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8.4 [Options] -> 7. LES Information

8.4 [Options] -> 7. LES Information
LES information of the ocean region is automatically downloaded from NCS at log-in,
and the information is reflected on [Options] -> 7.LES Information.

1. LES ID
LES number
2. Name
The registered LES name appears in [Setup] -> 8.Configuration -> 2.LES List. If the
name is not registered, the display is left blank.
3. Status
The display format for Status is B8 to B1. For example, if B8 is "1," Return link speed
is 600 sps.
Table 8.4.1 Status list
Bit No.

Status

Flag

B8

Return link speed

B7

Operational or
spare satellite operation

B6

LES Status

B5

LES Status

B4

Used only by land earth stations

B3-1

spare

1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0

Meaning
600 sps
300 sps
Operational
spare
In service
Out of service
clear
congested
Terrestrial links open
Terrestrial links closed

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8.4 [Options] -> 7. LES Information

4. Services
The service provided by LES is displayed.
LES service is displayed by the character when the bit is 1. If the bit is "0," the display
is left blank.
The display format for Status is 1B8 to 1B1 and 2B8 to 2B1.
However, 2B7 and 2B6 are omitted.
Table 8.4.2 LES Service
Bit No.
1B8
1B7
1B6
1B5
1B4
1B2
1B2
1B1
2B8
2B7
2B6
2B5
2B4
2B2
2B2
2B1

Flag
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0

Meaning
Maritime distress alerting
No Maritime distress alerting
SafetyNET traffic
No SafetyNET traffic
Inmarsat-C traffic
No Inmarsat-C traffic
Store and Foward
No Store and Foward
Half duplex
No Half duplex
Full duplex
No Full duplex
Closed network
No Closed network
FleetNET traffic
No FleetNET traffic
Prefixed store and forward message supported
Prefixed store and forward message not supported
Land mobile alerting
No Land mobile alerting
Aero-C service supported
Aero-C not service supported
ITA2 transmission supported
ITA2 transmission not supported
Data transmission supported
Data transmission not supported
Basic X.400 supported
Basic X.400 not supported
Enhanced X.400 supported
Enhanced X.400 not supported
Low power C MES supported
Low power C MES not supported

Display
A
Not displayed
S
Not displayed
C
Not displayed
T
Not displayed
H
Not displayed
D
Not displayed
N
Not displayed
F
Not displayed
P
Not displayed
Not used in
this equipment.

I
Not displayed
B
Not displayed
X
Not displayed
E
Not displayed
L
Not displayed

5. TDM ch.
TDM channel used by LES for transmitting is displayed.

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8.5 Setting of DIP switches

8.5 Setting of DIP switches
TERMCPU (COMMCPU) has two DIP switches.
“OFF” needs to be set to all DIP switches and factory setting must be kept. If settings of
DIP switches are changed, DIP switches may not work properly.
Booting method, writing of MAC Address and debug mode are defined for these DIP
switches.

S2
S4

TERMPWR
(16P0287B)

TERMCPU
(16P0283B)

COMMCPU
(16P0282)

COMMPWR
(16P0288)

S2 S3

FELCOM 18

FELCOM 19

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8.6 Export/Import

8.6 Export/Import
The configured data and message can be stored, or stored data can be reflected on
equipment. Execute [Setup] -> 8.Configuration -> 6.Export/Import.
Note)
1) Importing and exporting SSAS data need to be carried out in SSAS Manager Mode.
2) Importing and exporting VMS data is carried out from VMS Terminal PC.
3) The file which Exported can be checked by [File] -> Open or using Text Editor.
However, binary data files, such as a Setting files and List files, cannot check
the contents.
Table 8.6.1 Contents to be exported
Items to be
exported
1. Sent Message
2. Received
Message
3. EGC
Message
4. Station List
5. LES List
6. E-Mail/SMS
Service List

7. Test

8. Maintenance

Contents to be exported
[Logs] -> 1. Sent Message
(a maximum of 50 items)
[Logs] -> 2. Received Message
(a maximum of 50 items)
[Logs] -> 3. EGC Message
(a maximum of 50 items)
[Setup] -> 8. Configuration ->
1. Station List
[Setup] -> 8. Configuration -> 2. LES
List
[Setup] -> 8. Configuration ->
6. E-Mail/SMS Service List
[Options] -> 8. Test ->
2.PV Test Result
(a maximum of 5 items)
3.Diagnostic
(a maximum of 5 items)
Note) As for Diagnostic, results of
tests in Furuno service mode
and Normal mode are stored.
[Options] -> 9. Maintenance
1) Current Position Log
(a maximum of 100 items)
2) System Log
(a maximum of 100 items)
3) Term Operation Log
(a maximum of 100 items)
4) Sent Report Log
(a maximum of 100 items)
5) Communication Log
(a maximum of 100 items)
Note) Only Current Position Log
is stored in Normal mode.

File name

Checking
method

ex; S012027.001

[File] -> Open

ex; R012027.001

[File] -> Open

ex; E0120627.001

[File] -> Open

STATION.DAT

--

LES.DAT

--

EMAIL.DAT

--

DIAGNOST.DAT
PVTEST.DAT

[File] -> Open

1) POSTION.DAT
2) SYSTEMLO.DAT
3) OPERATION.DAT
4) SENTREPO.DAT
5) COMMUNIC.DAT

[File] -> Open

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8.6 Export/Import

9. Settings

1) VMS settings
Note) VMS Settings need to be
exported in VMS Mode,
and VMS settings are
stored on PC instead of the
SD card.
2) SSAS Settings
Note) SSAS Settings need to be
exported in SSAS Manager
mode.
3) EGC Settings
[Setup] -> 4.EGC Setup
4) Auto Mode Setting
[Setup] -> 5.Auto Mode Setup
5) E-Mail Setting
[Setup] -> 6.E-Mail Setup
6) Terminal Settings
[Setup] -> 3.Terminal
7) Editor Setting
[Setup] -> 2.Editor Setup
8) System Setting
[Setup] -> 1.System Setup
- MES Operation Mode
- NAV Port
-Message Output Port
- EGC Output Port
-Network Setup

VMS.DAT
SSAS.DAT
EGC.DAT
NET.DAT
DTE.DAT
SYSTEM.DAT

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8.6 Export/Import

Table 8.6.2 Contents to be imported
Items to be
imported
Station List

LES List

E-Mail/SMS
Service List

Settings

Contents to be imported
The Station List registered in [Setup] ->
8.Configuration -> 1.Station List is imported into
the Terminal (Communication) unit.
The LES List registered in [Setup] ->
8.Configuration -> 2.LES List is imported into
the Terminal (Communication) unit.
The E-Mail/SMS Service List registered in
[Setup] -> 8.Configuration -> 6.E-Mail/SMS
Service List is imported into the Terminal
(Communication) unit.
The following items can be imported into the
Terminal (Communication) unit at once.
1) VMS Settings
Note) VMS Settings are imported from VMS
Terminal PC.
2) SSAS Settings
Note) SSAS Settings need to be imported in
SSAS Manager Mode.
3) EGC Settings
[Setup] -> 4.EGC Setup
4) Auto Mode Setting
[Setup] -> 5.Auto Mode Setup
5) E-Mail Setting
[Setup] -> 6.E-Mail Setup
6) Terminal Settings
[Setup] -> 3.Terminal
7) Editor Setting
[Setup] -> 2.Editor Setup
8) System Setting
[Setup] -> 1.System Setup
- MES Operation Mode
- NAV Port
- Message Output Port
- EGC Output Port
- Network Setup

File name
STATION.DAT

LES.DAT

EMAIL.DAT

VMS.DAT
SSAS.DAT
EGC.DAT
NET.DAT
SYSTEM.DAT
DET.DAT

Note)
1) When Settings data is imported, the system is automatically rebooted.
2) When importing VMS Settings data, data stored on the VMS PC terminal is
imported. In this case, the directory where VMS.DAT is stored needs to be
specified.
For example, if VMS.DAT is stored on desktop, the desktop where the folder to be
loaded exists needs to be selected.
If this selection is not correct, "Load Error!!!" appears.

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8.6 Export/Import

1. Export
Procedure)
1. Open "Export to SD" from [Setup] -> 8.Configuration -> 6.Export/Import.

2. Select the item to be exported. For example, select “9.Settings” and then press
[Enter] key. Select SD Card and then press [Enter] key. The directory is changed to
C:¥ drive.

A drive: FELCOM 18 body memory
C drive: SD card
Reference)
Normally data is stored on the C drive of the SD card, but the data can be
stored on the A drive.
When saving multiple data, data can be organized by creating directory
and storing data in the directory.

3. When [Esc] key is pressed, the pop-up message [Update Yes/No] appears. Select
"Yes" and then press [Enter] key.

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4. When the pop-up message [OK to Export? Yes/No] appears, select "Yes" and then
press [Enter] key.

5. The display returns to the Export screen.
6. Open the SD Card by selecting [File] -> Open, and then check that exported Setting
data is stored.

2. Creating directory and storing data
Procedure)
1. Open "Export to SD" from [Setup] -> 8.Configuration -> 6.Export/Import.
2. Select the item to be exported. For example, select “9.Settings” and then press
[Enter] key. Select SD Card and then press [Enter] key. The directory is changed to
C:¥ drive.
3. Press [Insert] key. Since the Make Directory screen, enter a directory name (for
example, setting), and then press [Enter] key.

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8.6 Export/Import

4. The directory: setting is created.
Internal Memory: FELCOM 18 Flash memory
“.”: The currently selected directory is indicated.
“.. ”: Move to the directory located one level up.

5. Select the created directory: setting and then press [Esc] key.
When the pop-up message [Update Yes/No] appears, select "Yes" and then press
[Enter] key.
6. When the pop-up message [OK to Export? Yes/No] appears, select "Yes" and then
press [Enter] key.
7. The display returns to the Export screen.
8. Open the SD Card by selecting [File] -> Open, and then check that exported Setting
data is stored.

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8.6 Export/Import

3. Import
Procedure)
1. Open "Import from SD" from [Setup] -> 8.Configuration -> 6.Export/Import.

2. When the item to be imported is selected and [Esc] key is pressed, the popup
message [Update Yes/No] appears. Select "Yes" and then press [Enter] key.
Note)
For example, if Settings are imported, EGC.DAT and DTE.DAT files stored in
the directory appears when "Settings" is opened. However, these files do not
need to be specified. Only the directory needs to be specified.
3. When the pop-up message [OK to Import? Yes/No] appears, select "Yes" and then
press [Enter] key.
4. The Import screen appears.

Reference)
1) If wrong data is selected and Import operation is performed, the pop-up message
"Load Error!!!" appears.

2) When setting data is imported, the pop-up message "Please reconnect after 5
seconds" appears and the system is "rebooted."

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8.7 Clearing memory

8.7 Clearing memory
Enter Furuno service mode from [Setup] -> 1.System -> Command Window, and then
input the memory clear command.
Procedure)
1. See page 4-7 and enter Furuno service mode.
JOB No.:
furunoservice
Password: felcom18
(For FELCOM 18)
felcom19
(For FELCOM 19)
2. Type the clear command in JOB No.
clr intmem
Internal memory: A drive is initialized.
clr eeprom
All items excluding FWD ID, RTN ID and Serial No. are reset.
clr backup (For R&D command)
Other settings excluding the following items are reset.
- FWD ID/RTN ID/Serial No
- [EGC] -> EGC Network ID
- [Report] -> 1.Data Report, 4.Data Network ID, 5.SSAS Report
- [Setup] -> 1.System Setup -> IMN, MES Operation Mode, Nav Port,
LAN Port, Message Output Port,
EGC Output Port
- [Setup] -> 1.System Setup -> Network Setup -> Network -> IP Address,
Subnet Mask, DHCP, Gateway
- [Setup] -> 1.System Setup -> Network Setup -> Mail Gateway ->SMTP
Enable IP Address, Send Limit Size
- [Setup] -> 1.System Setup -> 4.EGC Setup,
- [Setup] -> 8.Configuration -> 3.EGC Channel List, 4.NCS Channel List
- Data Report Programming -> DR/EDR/EPADR
- VMS setting
3. When "clr backup" and "clr intmen" are executed, the message "Starting Reboot"
appears on the Command Window, and the message "Wait moment" appears when
"clr eeprom" is executed and then the system starts "rebooting."

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8.8 Command operation

8.8 Command operation
Do not disclose command operations.
Commands need to be entered in "Enter JOB No.:"
There are commands that cannot be accepted unless the system enters Furuno service
mode.
[ Main Menu ]
1. Remote Box Setup
2. External Alarm Setup
Enter JOB No.: clr eeprom

Table 8.8.1 Command list
Command function

Command
JOB No.

This command is used to enter Furuno service Mode.
This command is used to enter SSAS Manager Mode.
SSAS is added to [Report] and SSAS Report cannot be
set.
This command is used to change the SSAS Password.
- Default password: Ship security alert
- Common Password: wasuremashita+IMN
This command is used to finish the SSAS sequence.
This command needs to be entered after entering
SSAS Manager Mode.
This command is used to exit from SSAS Manager
Mode and Service Mode.
This command is used to exit from Service Mode.
This command is used to exit from SSAS Manager
Mode.
This command is used to set OFF for Urgent EGC
ALM.
This command is used to set OFF for all ALM Buzzer
output from the body.
This command is used to reset "off" setting of the above
ALM Buzzer to "on."
Ch display
When communication is established, transmit and
receive channels are displayed at the lower left of the
Status Monitor screen.

JOB No.

furunoservice
felcom18
felcom19
ssas manager

Password

ship security alert

JOB No.

ssas password

Password

ship security alert

JOB No.

terminate ssas alert

Password
JOB No.
Password
JOB No.
Password
JOB No.
Password
JOB No.
Password
JOB No.
Password
JOB No.
Password
JOB No.

N/A
quit
N/A
quit service
N/A
quit ssas
N/A
urgent alarm off
N/A
buzzer off
N/A
buzzer on
N/A
mon channel

Password

N/A

Password

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8.8 Command operation

This command is used to monitor external NMEA input
on the Command Window.
(This command is independent of the setting in [Setup]
-> 1.System -> 3.Nav Port.)
This command is used to monitor internal GPS output
data on the Command Window.
This command is used to reset other settings excluding
FWD/RTN ID to factory default setting.
The command is input after entering Furuno Service
Mode. If a command is accepted, the system is
rebooted.
This command is used to initialize internal memory: A
drive.
The command is input after entering Furuno service
mode. If a command is accepted, the system is
rebooted.
This command is used to display operation status of
Stored Report.
The "sreport show" command needs to be entered after
entering Furuno service mode in order to display
operation status of Stored Report.
This command is used to display operation status of
Program Report.
The "show prog" command needs to be entered after
entering Furuno service mode in order to display
operation status of Program Report.
This command is used to display all stored LES MULTI
TDM information.
This command is used to display the FWD ID.
This command is used to display the EPADR program.
The command needs to be entered after entering
Furuno Service Mode.
This command is used to enable the Standard LRIT
function.
This command is used to disable the LRIT function.
This command is used to enable the Russia LRIT
function.
This command is used to display the current LRIT
mode.

JOB No.

mon nmea

Password

N/A

JOB No.
Password
JOB No.

mon gps
N/A
clr eeprom

Password

N/A

JOB No.

clr intmem

Password

N/A

JOB No.

sreport show

Password

N/A

JOB No.

show prog

Password

N/A

JOB No.
Password
JOB No.
Password
JOB No.

les multi tdm
N/A
fwd id
N/A
slcainfo

Password

N/A

JOB No.
Password
JOB No.
Password
JOB No.
Password
JOB No.
Password

lrit on
N/A
lrit off
N/A
lrit russia
N/A
lrit mode
N/A

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8.9 Antenna unit Maintenance

8.9 Antenna unit Maintenance
Check the base of Antenna unit, it has not corroded, or paint has not separated.
Paint the portion, when the case of being rusty, and paint have separated.
Do not paint Antenna redome.
If it paints, sensitivity will be down. Moreover, there is a possibility that Antenna
redome may crack.

Do not paint

In case of corroded,
Apply Paint.

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9. Q9. Q&& AA
Q1. Is it possible to cut the Antenna coaxial cable?
5-7
Since the “limiter”, which is the circuit protecting from excessive input level is built in
the ANT RF board, the Antenna coaxial cable can be cut.
Q2. Is there compatibility of Antenna unit between IC-118 and IC-119?
1-5, 5-4
Basically, there is no compatibility between Antenna units.
The Antenna unit (IC-119) of FELCOM 19 can be connected to FELCOM 18 as
measures for checking equipment. However, if the Antenna unit (IC-118) of FELCOM
18 is connected to FELCOM 19, the COMMPWR board of FELCOM 19 may break.
Q3. Is there any guideline for compatibility between Antennas?
IM
When mounting two Antenna units, distance between Antennas needs to be greater than
1.5 m and difference in level between Antennas needs to be greater than 1 m. See IM
for using the Antenna of other equipment.
Q4. Are there cautions for replacing the board?
Summary - 6
When replacing TERMCPU board and COMMCPU board, original EEPROM of these
boards need to be used. ID-related data, setting data, such as VMS and SSAS, and
system settings are stored on EEPROM.
The same action needs to be taken when replacing equipment.
Q5. Is there difference between FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19?
1-1
FELCOM 18 is Class-2 Inmarsat-C system for GMDSS ship, EIRP is 12 to 16 dBW.
FELCOM 19 is Class-2 Mini-C system for Non-GMDSS ship EIRP is 7 to 16 dBW.
Both equipment are compliant with SSAS, VMS and LRIT function.
Q6. Where can the program version are checked?
6-2
Open [Options] -> 8.Test -> 3.Diagnostic Test and execute "Diagnostic Test." As for
detail S/W Version, check the S/W Version in Furuno service mode.
Q7. The VMS PC Terminal program cannot be installed on PC.
7-1
PC terminal software and VMS PC terminal software cannot be installed on the same
PC. Delete the PC terminal software.
Q8. The program cannot be updated.
6-4
When updating the program by use of "Updater," the program file needs to be placed
under (root) the C drive of the PC. For example, the program may not be updated if the
program file is placed on desktop.
When updating the program by use of “upf18term.bat”, the program file can be placed
on any position.
Is Network set on PC? As for both FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19,
"172.31.16.2/255.255.0.0" is set for the Network address.

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Chapter 9. Q & A

Q9. Connection between PC terminal and Terminal unit cannot be
established.
Is Network setting performed on PC? The IP Address of the Terminal unit is
172.31.16.0/16.
- Felcom 18: Is "ON" set to [Setup] -> 1.System Setup -> LAN Port?
- Felcom 19: Open [Setup] -> 3.Terminal and execute "Connection."

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Q10. How to re-register IMN
4-3
IMN can be changed by typing "IMN" while pressing and holding down [Ctrl] and [Alt]
keys. The input IMN is reflected on the Status screen.
Q11. How to check transmission and reception
Summary - 5
A message needs to be sent to the own ship. Or, the Loopback test needs to be
performed using "91."
Q12. How to set IC-305, IC-306 and IC-307
4-9, 4-10
Jumper setting needs to be made on each unit. Enter Furuno service mode by selecting
[Setup] -> 1.System Setup -> Command Window and then set "Remote Box Setup."
Q13. What are special operations?
See Summary. How to enter Furuno service mode is important.
Command operations and VMS setting are special operations.

Summary - 3, 8-50

Q14. Is there any method to clear memory?
8-49
After entering Furuno service mode, memory clear commands, such as “clr eeprom”
and “clr intmem”, can be used on the Command Window.
FWD ID and RTN ID are not cleared even if any command is executed.
Q15. Is there any method to check whether SSAS is active?
As for FELCOM 15, the "dot" mark is displayed at the lower left of the Status window.
However, there is no display for FELCOM 18 and FELCOM 19.
Q16. Is Version display of S/W displayed as the Diagnostic Test result?
8-21
Execute the Diagnostic Test in Furuno Service Mode. Setting of REMOTE BOX,
STATUS and the latest System Log appear along with detailed S/W Version.
Q17. TX Power Supply and Current Level are not displayed on STATUS
display for the result of Diagnostic Test. Is this failure?
8-23
Transmit voltage and current level and receive voltage and current level do not appear at
the same time.
Transmit voltage and current level that are used during communication and recorded on
the latest Sent Messages Log are displayed.
However, the above values are deleted when receiving the message including EGC.
When a message is transmitted, the receive voltage and current level disappear and then
transmit voltage and current level appear.

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Chapter 9. Q & A

Q18. Does the 5-digit number displayed
on the System Log have meaning?
8-24, AP.1
The number consists of "Category Number (one digit) + Type Number (one digit) +
Event Message Number (three digits)".
Q19. Where can the System Log be checked?
8-26
Enter Furuno service mode and then open [Option] -> 9.Maintenance. Only Current
Position Log appears if the system is not in Furuno service mode.
Q20. Is it possible to Export and Import SSAS setting?
8-42
SSAS setting cannot be exported or imported unless the system enters SSAS Manager
Mode.
Q21. Is there setting of DIP SW?
8-41
There are two DIP switches on TERMCPU (COMMCPU). All DIP switches need to be
set to “OFF”. Do not change the setting.
Q22. Is it possible to use a USB memory?
The USB port is dedicated for Keyboard. Therefore, USB memory cannot be used.
Q23. Where does the SSAS unit: IC-307 need to be installed?
The SSAS unit is installed at least two positions. Normally, the SSAS unit is installed at
the position where W/H and one more position. IC-307 needs to be installed at an
unnoticeable place, such as the back of the table.
Three SSAS units can be connected to Furuno SSAS system.
Q24. Why is the daisy chain connection used for connecting IC-307? 4-29
The daisy chain connection is used to detect error of the connection cable of IC-307.
If a cable error is detected, the error message "SSAS UNIT connection abnormality"
appears.
The [SSAS] port on the IC-318: Junction box and IC-307 (No.1, 2, 3) are connected in
such a manner that they are connected by using one cable.
Also, only for IC-307 at the end, JP-1 needs to be set to ON (jumper) and other IC-307
needs to be set to OFF (open).
For example, if ON is set to JP-1 on No.1 IC-307, cable wiring of No.2 and No.3
IC-307 are not checked.
Q25. Why is the number of units connected to IC-307 limited to three units?
Since IC-307 is connected in parallel, there is no limit.
However, if the Alert button is pressed on more than three units, photocouplers in
IC-307 cannot be fully driven; therefore the number of units is limited to three units.

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Q26. Procedure for setting SSAS
4-17
1) Make jumper setting for IC-307.
2) Enter Furuno service mode and carry out Remote Box Setup. Type
"furunoservice"/"felcom18 (felcom19)" on Command Window in order to enter
Furuno service mode.
3) Enter SSAS Manager Mode and then set [Reports] -> 5.SSAS. Type "ssas
manager/ship security alert" on Command Window in order to enter SSAS Manager
Mode.
4) When setting is finished, execute “Distress/SSAS Button Test” in [Options] ->
8.Test.
5) Send the SSAS Test Message.
6) Type "quit" on Command Window to quit Furuno service mode and SSAS Manager
Mode.
Q27. What will happen if the system is turned ON
while SSAS button is set to ON?
4-28
- FELCOM 18: SSAS does not activate.
The error message "Please retune the SSAS button into OFF-SATE" appears. Set
the Alert button OFF.
- FELCOM 19:
The test message is sent 30 seconds after entering Test Mode.
The message to be displayed is
"SSAS test message will be transmitted in 30sec. Please turn off the SSAS button
if the SSAS test message transfer is unnecessary."
Q28. Since the password for entering SSAS Manager Mode is changed,
the system cannot enter this mode.
4-22
Enter the common password: wasuremashita+IMN.
For example, if IMN is 443212310, type "wasuremashita+443212310."
Q29. What are differences among Standard, USCG and Russia SSAS?
4-18
As for USGC SSAS, momentary switch is used for the Alert button. A ship of U.S.
registry must equip this type of SSAS.
Position data requested from Russia SSAS is "GL" at "GL: GLONASS" EXT.
Also, how to activate and stop SSAS vary depending on SSAS types.
Q30. How to set VMS
4-41
1) Connect Terminal unit (Communication unit) to VMS PC terminal.
2) Open [Reports] -> 0.VMS.
3) Enter Password: 123456789.
4) When the VMS Mode screen appears, set "ON" for VMS function, open "LOAD"
select the VMS file to be set, and then click "Apply."

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Q31. How is LRIT set?
4-54
Basically, no setting is required. Reporting starts according to the programmed Polling
Command from the LES.
If LRIT ON Command: lrit on is entered in Command Window, LRIT is prioritized
over EGC reception. If FELCOM 18 is equipped for GMDSS type, do not set "LRIT
ON."
Q32. Is it possible to operate both LRIT and VMS?
4-55
Basically, both LRIT and VMS can be operated. As for VMS, the event is reported to
valid DNID when an event occurs. As for some VMS setting files, information, which is
irrelevant to LRIT, is also reported; therefore equipment for LRIT and equipment for
VMS need to be separated.
Q33. Is there any method to check operating status of Data Reporting?
4-56
Enter Furuno service mode from Command Window, type "Show prog." As for
reporting data by use of the EPADR protocol, type "slcainfo."
Schedule of the next report, etc. can be checked.
Q34. What is the difference between Data Report and
Message Report in [Reports] menu?
4-36
This is the difference of Data Report protocol. A user does not care the protocol, and all
items to be reported are NAV data.
Also, the service defined as Data Report is operated by use of Signaling Channel.
However, the Message Report uses the Message Channel, which is also used for normal
communications.
Q35. Is there any restriction on capacity of the SD card?
SD HC card can be also used.
As for the SD card having capacity of greater than 2G, the SD card needs to be
formatted at the Terminal unit. The SD card having the size greater than 2G can be used,
but capacity is limited to 2G.
Q36. Where can DNID are checked?
4-38
DNID can be checked in [Reports] -> 4.Data Network ID. If DNID is enabled, the
DNID where the "*" mark is provided at "Act" is enabled.
Q37. Is it possible to loop back the SSAS message?
Summary - 5
Loop back operation is available. Set Special for Destination Type, and then enter the
code "91," which is looped back to Destination.
Q38. Can the result of Diagnostic Test be stored on the SD card?
8-42
Select [Setup] -> 8.Configuration -> 6.Export/Import -> Export to SD, and then select
"7. Test.".

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Q39. The error message "EEPROM ERROR" appears.
3-3, 3-8
EEPROM may be broken. When ordering EEPROM, report the serial number.
Q40. Although IMN is set for FELCOM 18,
IMN does not appear on the PC terminal.
Since the IMN set for FELCOM 18 is not reflected on the PC terminal, IMN needs to be
set individually.
Q41. Can IC-315 and IC-318 on Junction Box use commonly?
IC-315 and IC-318 are the basically the same. #6 and 7 on IC-315 are equivalent to
RD-A and RD-B. As for IC-318, ALM-H and ALM-C are used. Since wiring between
15-pin D-sub and IC-315 or IC-318 is the same, IC-315 and IC-318 can be used.
Q42. Calculation of Frequency from Channel
The MES operates in the TX frequency, 1626.5 MHz to 1646.5 MHz/5 kHz step and the
RX frequency, 1537.0 MHz to 1544.2 MHz/5 kHz step.
Tx Frequency (MHz)=1626.5 + 0.0025(Xch-6000)
Tx: 6000 ch -> 1626.500MHz
Rx Frequency (MHz)=1530.0 + 0.0025(Xch-8000)
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Appendix 1. Event
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If an event occurs, the message indicating the event appears on the Status screen.
The five-digit Event number consists of Category Number (one digit) + Type Number
(one digit) + Event messages Number (three digits).
Category
1: Hardware
5: Distress Alert

2: Navigation
6: Transmit

Type Number
1: Information

3: System
7: Receive

2: Warning

4: Data Report
8: Mail
9: Print

3: Trouble

In Furuno service mode, the Event messages that appear in the "STATUS" column in
[Options] -> 8.Test -> 3.Diagnostic Test are 2: Warning and 3: Trouble.
Therefore, the Event numbers “x2xxx” and “x3xxx” appear.
Also, the corresponding message in the following table appears in [Option] ->
9.Maintenance -> 2.System Log. The Message column (xxxx) in the following table
indicates the message that appears in the System Log.

Event
control
number

Message

11001

Power ON

11002

Antenna Connected

11003

Printer Connected

11004

USB1 Connected

11005

USB1 Disconnected

11006

SD Entered

11007

SD Removed

11008
11009

Remarks

Junction Box Connected
(JB Connected)
Junction Box Disconnected
(JB Disconnected)

11010

Junction Box Distress Button Connected
(JB Distress Button Connected)

11011

Junction Box Distress Button Disconnected
(JB Distress Button Disconnected)

This message appears when initialization
is successful on start-up.
This message appears when an antenna
is connected.
This message appears when a printer is
connected.
This message appears when Keyboard is
connected.
- This message appears if Keyboard is
disconnected after succeeding
initialization on start-up.
- This message appears when the
Keyboard is disconnected.
This message appears when the SD card
is inserted.
This message appears when the SD card
is removed.
This message appears if ON is set to any
of IC-305, IC-306 and IC-307.
This message appears if ON is set to any
of IC-305, IC-306 and IC-307.
Communication with the Terminal unit
(TD/RD) is restored while ON is set to
IC-305 or IC-306.
Communication with the Terminal unit
(TD/RD) is disconnected while ON is set
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11012

Junction Box SSAS Button Connected
(JB SSAS Button Connected)

11013

Junction Box SSAS Button Disconnected
(JB SSAS Button Disconnected)

11014

Junction Box NAV Port Connected
(JB NAV Port Connected)

11015

Junction Box NAV Port Disconnected
(JB NAV Port Disconnected)

11016
11017
11018
11019

LAN Connected
LAN Disconnected
COM1 Connected
COM1 Disconnected
- This event occurs when the printer is
disconnected after succeeding
initialization on start-up.
- This event occurs when the printer is
disconnected.
- This event occurs when the antenna is
disconnected after succeeding
initialization on start-up.
- This event occurs when the antenna is
disconnected.

13001

Printer Disconnected

13002

Antenna Disconnected

13003

Antenna Blocked
TROUBLE: RFCON CPU ROM NG.
(RFCON CPU ROM NG)
TROUBLE: RFCON CPU RAM NG.
(RFCON CPU RAM NG)
TROUBLE: RFCON CPU EEPROM NG.
(RFCON CPU EEPROM NG)
TROUBLE: Synthesizer UNLOCK.
(Synthesizer UNLOCK.)
TROUBLE: ANT power voltage abnormality.
(ANT power voltage abnormality)
TROUBLE: ALARM UNIT Fault.
(ALARM UNIT Fault.)
TROUBLE: DISTRESS ALERT UNIT Fault.
(DISTRESS ALERT UNIT Fault).
TROUBLE: SSAS UNIT connection abnormality.
(SSAS UNIT connection abnormality)
TROUBLE: Carrier power level.
(Carrier power level)

13004
13005
13006
13007
13008
13009
13011
13012
13013

Communication (SSAS OUT/SSAS
CHECK) with the Terminal unit
(Communication unit) is restored while ON
is set to IC-307.
Communication (SSAS OUT/SSAS
CHECK) with the Terminal unit
(Communication unit) is disconnected
while ON is set to IC-307.
This message appears when EXT GPS
data is input while EXT and AUTO are set
for Nav Port.
This message appears when EXT GPS
data is disconnected while EXT and AUTO
are set for Nav Port.

RFCON CPU ROM NG
RFCON CPU RAM NG
EEPROM NG
The synthesizer circuit is unlocked.
Abnormality of antenna voltage
Disconnection of the Alarm unit (IC-306)
Disconnection of the Distress alert unit
(IC-305)
Disconnection of the SSAS unit
Abnormality of Carrier power level

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31009

TROUBLE: EEPROM ERROR
(EEPROM ERROR)
TROUBLE: Invalid MES ID, This equipment is
defected. Please contact FURUNO.
(Invalid MES ID)
GPS Core Data Unavailable
GPS Core Data Available
NAV Port Data Unavailable
NAV Port Data Available
Date/Time Updated
UNSYNC
SYNC
retune
Successful Forced Clearing.
Forced Clearing failed.
Forced Clearing aborted.
MES Signaling Failure, Forced Clear not sent.
(Forced Clearing failed, signaling failure)
Timeout! Clear not received.

31010

No route to host.

13014
13015
21001
21002
21003
21004
31001
31002
31003
31004
31005
31006
31007
31008

31011
31014

31015

31016
31018
31019
31020
31021

INF: [DISTRESS] Button switch activated.
(DISTRESS Button switch activated)
INF: DISTRESS ALERT UNIT switch
activated.
(DISTRESS UNIT switch activated)
INF: DISTRESS ALERT UNIT activation has
been canceled.
(DISTRESS UNIT activation has been
canceled)
INF: [DISTRESS] Button works correctly.
(DISTRESS Button works correctly)
INF: DISTRESS ALERT UNIT works correctly.
(DISTRESS ALERT UNIT works correctly)
INF: Distress Buttons enter into TEST MODE.
(Distress Buttons enter into TEST MODE)
INF: Distress Buttons return to NORMAL
MODE.
(Distress Buttons return to NORMAL MODE)
INF: Please update current ship position.
(Please update current ship position)

EEPROM error
Invalid MES ID

Completion of Forced Clear
Failure of Forced Clear
Abortion of Forced Clear
Failure of MES Signaling
Failure of reception of Clear packet
Failure of connection from PC Terminal
to F18/19
The Distress button on the Terminal
becomes ON.
The IC-305 (-350) button becomes ON.

Cancellation of activation of the IC305
(350) button
The Distress button becomes ON during
the Distress Button Test.
The IC-305(-350) button becomes ON
during the Distress Button Test.
Transition to Test Mode
Quitting Test Mode (transition to Normal
Mode)
No position information is input.

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31022
31023
31024
31025
31026
31027

31028
31029
31030
31031
31032
31033
31034
31035
31036

31037

31038
31039
31040
31041

INF: NCS has gone outage. ( RESTORATION
Mode )
INF: You can select preferred LES by Network
Information Window.
(You can select preferred LES)
INF: Distress Priority Message received.
(Distress Priority Message received)
INF: Urgent Priority EGC Message received.
(Urgent Priority EGC Message received)
INF: Distress Priority EGC Message received.
(Distress Priority EGC Message received)
INF: ENID ***** was entered by EGC
message.
(ENID ***** was entered by EGC message)
INF: ENID ***** was deleted by EGC
message.
(ENID ***** was deleted by EGC message)
INF: DNID ***** was entered by Polling.
(DNID ***** was entered by Polling)
INF: DNID ***** was removed by Polling.
(DNID ***** was removed by Polling)
INF: Pre-set LES ID for DISTRESS ALERT is
overridden by LES ***.
(Pre-set LES ID is overridden by LES ***)
INF: Logout request accepted. Please wait.
(Logout request accepted. Please wait)
INF: Frequency Offset NG.
(Frequency Offset NG)
Ignored: Undefined Command.
(Undefined Command
Ignored: Can not abort current process.
(Can not abort current process)
Ignored: Can not Forced Clear current
process.
(Can not Forced Clear current process)
Ignored: Awaiting message transfer, Can not
start PV TEST.
(Awaiting message transfer (PV Test))
Ignored: PV TEST has been already started,
and now pending.
(PVT pending)
Ignored: Sending Message not exist.
(Sending Message not exists)
Ignored: Distress Request command not
received.
(Distress Request not received)
Ignored: Can not start Distress Alert Test now.
(Can not start Distress Alert Test now)

Restoration Mode
The LES specified on “Network
Information Window” can be selected.
Reception of the Distress Priority
message
Reception of the Urgent Priority
message (EGC)
Reception of the Distress Priority
message (EGC)
Downloading ENID

Deletion of ENID
Downloading DNID
Deletion of DNID
The LES for preset Distress Alert is
updated.
Logout is executed.
Frequency offset abnormality
The undefined command is used.
Aborting the current process is
impossible.
Forced termination of the current
process is impossible.
PV test cannot be started while waiting
to receive.
Although PV test has started, the test is
pending.
There is no message to send.
Failure of reception of the Distress
request command
Starting the Distress Alert Test is
impossible.

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31042
31043
31044
31045
31046
31047

31048

31097
31098
31099
31101
31102
31103
31104
31105
31106
31107

31108

31109
31110
32001
32002

32003

Ignored: MES is not idle.
(MES is not idle)
Ignored: Now receiving EGC message.
(Now receiving EGC message)
Ignored: MES is not Login. Please operate
Login.
(MES is not Login. Please operate Login)
Ignored: Current Network is restoration mode.
(Current Network is restoration mode)
Ignored: NCS Common Channel Failure.
(NCS Common Channel Failure)
Can’t deliver mail to server.
Starting PV Test Process. Automatic test
mode: Normal communication disabled. Do
not press any distress button unless you are in
distress."
(Starting PV Test Process)
PV TEST is completed.
PV TEST is failed.
PV TEST is aborted.
MES Signaling Failure, during PV TEST.
Receiving Test Failure, Timeout while waiting
on NCS CC.
(Receiving Test Failure)
Sending Test Failure, Too many retries.
(Sending Test Failure)
PV TEST is aborted by LES
PV TEST is pending by LES
PV TEST is rejected by LES
PV TEST aborted because of RESTORATION
mode.
(PV TEST aborted for RESTORATION mode)
Please activate Distress Alert TEST within 2
min.
(Please activate Distress Alert TEST)
TIMEOUT!! Distress Alert Test is automatically
activated.
(Distress Test is automatically activated)
Can’t delivery a mail to server.
WARNING: Memory Full for receive message.
(Memory Full for receive message)
WARNING: Cannot enter new DNID.
Memory full for DNIDs.
(Cannot enter new DNID)
WARNING: Cannot enter new ENID.
Memory full for ENIDs
(Cannot enter new ENID)

MES busy
Receiving the EGC message
MES is not logged in.
The Network is in Restoration Mode.
Failure of NCS CC
Failure of transmission to Mail Server

Activation of the PV test

Completion of the PV test
Failure of the PV test
Cancellation of the PV test
Failure of MES Signaling
Failure of the receiving test
Failure of the sending test
Cancellation of the PV test by LES
Pending of the PV test by LES
Rejection of the PV test by LES
Abortion of PV Test in Restoration Mode

Distress Alert TEST

Distress Alert TEST
Failure of transmission to Mail Server
Memory for received messages is full.
Memory for DNID is full.

Memory for ENID is full.

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32004

32005
32006
32007

WARNING: Message received for DTE1
PORT. Please turn on DTE port equipment.
(Message received for DTE1 PORT)
WARNING: Message received for DTE2
PORT. Please turn on DTE port equipment.
(Message received for DTE2 PORT)
WARNING: Internal GPS UNIT failure.
(Internal GPS UNIT failure)
WARNING: External NAV equipment failure.
(External NAV equipment failure)

41111
41112
41113

WARNING: Synchronization loss. Please
change EGC channel.
(EGC Synchronization loss)
WARNING: Synchronization loss.
Please check the current ocean region.
(Synchronization loss)
WARNING: BBER over 80%. Scanning NCS
start manually.
(BBER over 80%)
WARNING: Can not find NCS CC in preferred
region. Scanning all region is started.
(Can not find NCS CC in preferred region)
WARNING: Cannot find NCS CC in all region.
Scanning is continued.
(Cannot find NCS CC in all region)
Data Report Program Updated
Received Poll Command
Successful Data Report Sending.

41114

Data Report failed, unauthorized DNID.

41115

Data Report failed, MES is not login.

41116

Data Report failed, selected LES not exist in
current region.
(Data Report failed, no LES in OR)

41117

Data Report failed, TDM LOST.

32008

32009

32010

32011

32012

41118
41119

MES Signaling Failure, Data Report failed.
(DR failed, signaling failure)
Reserved access failure, trying unreserved
access.
(Reserved access failure)

Transferring the received message to
DTE1 is unable.
Transferring the received message to
DTE2 is unable.
Failure of Internal GPS (detection of
internal GPS signal is lost.)
Failure of External Nav (detection of
navigation data from external navigation
system is lost.)
Failure of synchronization (Sync) of
EGC channel
Failure of synchronization (Sync) of
NCS CC
Error rate of BBER (Bulletin Board Error
Rate) is greater than 80%.
Failure of scanning in the current ocean
region
Failure of scanning in all regions

Success of transmission of Data Report
Failure of transmission of Data Report
due to use of invalid DNID
Failure of transmission of Data Report
due to non-logged-in state
Failure of transmission of Data Report
due to selection of LES, which is not
present in the current ocean region
Failure of transmission of Data Report
due to TDM LOST
Failure of MES Signaling
Failure of reserved access

41120

Data Report aborted.

Abortion of transmission of Data Report

41121

Data Report failed too long report.

41122

Successful Poll Acknowledgement Sending.

41123

Poll Acknowledgement Sending failed.

Failure of transmission of Data Report
Success of transmission of Poll
Acknowledgment
Failure of transmission of Poll
Acknowledgment

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41124
41125
41126
41127
51001

51002

51003

51004

51005

Successful Data Report Programming by Polling.
(Successful DR Programming)
Data Report Programming failure by Polling,
invalid parameters.
(DR Programming failure by Polling)
Data Report Program has been initiated by Polling.
Data Report Program has been stopped by
Polling.

51080
51081

Distress Alert completed.

51082

Distress Alert Test completed.

51083

Distress Alert Test aborted.

51084

Distress Alert Test failed.

51007
51008

51091
51092
51095

Failure of Data Report program by Polling
Initiation of Data Report program by Polling
Stop of Data Report program by Polling

Failure of transmission of Distress Alert
Distress Alert not sent to LES, trying to use NCS.
after initiation of transmission of Distress
(Distress Alert not sent to LES)
Alert to LES
- Failure of transmission of Distress Alert
Distress Alert not sent to NCS. NCS scanning is
after initiation of transmission of Distress
started
Alert to LES
- Failure of transmission of Distress Alert
(Distress Alert not sent to NCS)
to NCS
- Failure of transmission of Distress Alert
after initiation of transmission of Distress
Distress Alert not sent to NCS. Distress Alert
Alert to LES
abandoned, Please re-send Distress Alert.
- Failure of transmission of Distress Alert
to NCS
(Distress Alert sig fail)
- Failure of transmission of Distress Alert
to NCS in other ocean region
Timeout! Distress Alert not acknowledged.
Failure of reception of Distress
Distress Alert abandoned, Please re-send
Acknowledgement after transmitting the
Distress Alert.
Distress Alert. Abortion of transmission
(Distress Alert not acknowledged)
Acceptance of interruption of Distress
DISTRESS ALERT interrupt accepted.
Alert
Timeout! Distress Test not acknowledged.
(Distress Test not acknowledged)
MES Signaling Failure, Distress Alert Test not
sent.
(Distress Test failed, signaling failure)
Low-Power-C mode does not supply Distress Call.
(LP-C mode does not supply Distress Call)
Distress Alert activated.

51006

Success of Data Report program by
Polling

Timeout! Distress Acknowledgement not
received. Scanning NCS started automatically.
(Distress Acknowledgement not received)
Distress Alert aborted.
Pre-set LES ID for DISTRESS ALERT is invalid
in this ocean. Please input preferred LES ID in
the menu.
(Pre-set LES ID is invalid in this ocean)

Failure of reception of acknowledgment
for Distress Alert test
Failure of MES Signaling
Transmission of Distress Alert using
MINI-C is impossible.
Activation of transmission of Distress Alert
Completion of transmission of Distress
Alert
Activation of transmission of Distress Alert
test
Abortion of transmission of Distress Alert
test
Failure of transmission of Distress Alert
test
Failure of reception of Distress
Acknowledgement
Abortion of transmission of Distress Alert
There is no LES ID set for Distress Alert in
ocean region.

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61054
61055

Timeout! LES response not received.
(LES response not received)
Successful Sending message to LES.
Sending message failed.
Sending message aborted.
Sending message aborted by LES
LES protocol error detected, Invalid Assignment.
(LES protocol error detected)
Call rejected by LES
Call pending by LES

61056

Selected LES not exist in current region.

61001
61049
61050
61051
61052
61053

61060

MES Signaling Failure, during sending message.
(Sending message failed, signaling failure)
Awaiting message transfer.
Message sending failure, unauthorized DNID
LES_ID pares.
(Message sends fail, unfaith DNID)
Successful Delivery Status Request.

61061

Delivery Status Request is failed.

61062

Delivery Status Request is aborted.

61057
61058
61059

71069
81001

MES Signaling Failure, Delivery Status Request
not sent.
(Status request not sent, signaling failure)
Successful Receiving message.
Receiving message failed.
Receiving message aborted.
MES Signaling Failure, during receiving
message.
(Message Rx failed, signaling failure)
Receiving message aborted by LES
DHCP server not exists.

81002

Sorry, system busy now.

81003

Current LES out of service area.

81004
81005
81006
81007

No target address.
Too many addresses.
Send message type mismatch.
Send massage parameter mismatch.

81008

Illegal address.

81009

Mail data abnormal.

81010

Data size too large.

81011

Your address access denied.

91001

Can't enter in Print Que.

61063
71065
71066
71067
71068

There is no response from LES.
Success of message transmission
Failure of message transmission
Abortion of message transmission
Abortion of message transmission by LES
Detection of LES protocol error
Rejection of call by LES
Pending of call by LES
There is no destination LES in the ocean
region.
Failure of MES Signaling
While sending message
Failure of message transmission and
invalid DNID LES ID pair
Success of reception of delivery status
Failure of transmission of delivery status
request
Abortion of transmission of delivery status
request
Failure of MES Signaling and failure of
transmission of delivery status request
Success of reception of message
Failure of reception of message
Abortion of reception of message
Failure of MES Signaling
Abortion of reception of message by LES
There is no DHCP server.
Message for "waiting transmission" is full
in the system.
The currently selected LES does not exist
in the current ocean region.
Destination address is not set.
Excess of number of destinations
Message type error
Address parameter error
Characters that cannot be used in the
destination address/ domain name
abnormality
Mail header abnormality
Excess of the maximum transmission size
set for Send Limit Size at Mail Gateway
Transmission from PC on which
transmission is disabled
Entry into the print queue is unable.

AP1-8
CONFIDENTIAL (internal use only)
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It is strictly prohibited to reproduce the document in whole or in part without prior written permission of FURUNO.

Appendix 1. Event List

91002
91003
91004

Print Que is Full.
Can't print. PRINTER NOT READY.
Can't print. Paper Low.

91005

Disk full. Can't enter in Print Que.

Print queue is full.
Printer is not connected.
Paper-out condition on the printer
Entry into the print queue is impossible
due to full disk.

AP1-9
CONFIDENTIAL (internal use only)
This confidential document is used only by FURUNO authorized persons.
It is strictly prohibited to reproduce the document in whole or in part without prior written permission of FURUNO.

Appendix 2. Specifications
Appendix 2. Specifications
AP2.1 FELCOM 18
AP2.1.1 GENERAL
1.1 Transmitting frequency
1.2 Receiving frequency
1.3 Channel interval
1.4 G/T
1.5 EIRP
1.6 Modulation
1.7 Modulation rate
1.8 Coding

1.11 EGC receiver
1.12 LRIT function

1626.5 to 1646.5 MHz
1537.0 to 1544.2 MHz
5 kHz
Better than -23 dB/K (elevation angle 5°)
12 to 16 dBW (elevation angle 5°)
BPSK
600/1200 sps
Convolution with coding rate 1/2 and
constraint length 7
Viterbi decoder
IEC61162-1 Ed.3/4, Internal GPS Board (option)
BWC, BWR, DBT, DTM, GGA, GLL, GNS, GSA,
MTW, RMA, RMB, RMC, VDO, VDR, VTG, WPL,
ZDA
Built in (EGC: Enhanced Group Call)
Standard

AP2.1.2 ANTENNA UNIT
2.1 Antenna type
2.2 Receiving gain
2.3 Receiving NF

Daisy loop antenna
33 to 40 dB
1.7 dB or less

2.4 Transmitting gain
2.5 Polarization
2.6 Axial ratio
2.7 VSWR

28.5 to 42.5 dB
Right-hand circular polarization
Within 6 dB (5° to 90°)
2.0 or less (50 ohm)

AP2.1.3 TERMINAL UNIT
3.1 Display
3.2 Brilliance
3.3 Visible distance

10.4” color TFT LCD, 800 x 600 dots (SVGA)
11 steps
0.7 m nominal

1.9 Decoding
1.10 Nav data interface
Input data sentences

AP2-1
CONFIDENTIAL (internal use only)
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It is strictly prohibited to reproduce the document in whole or in part without prior written permission of FURUNO.

Appendix 2. Specifications

AP2.1.4 POWER SOURCE
4.1 Terminal unit
4.2 Printer (PP-510, option)
4.3 AC/DC power supply unit
PR-240 (option)

12-24 VDC: 8.0-4.0 A (Transmitting),
1.0-0.5 A (Receiving)
24 VDC: 1.5 A max.
100-115/200-230 VAC,
1 phase, 50/60 Hz, 24 VDC from battery

AP2.1.5 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION
5.1 Ambient temperature
Exposed equipment
-35°C to +55°C
(storage: -35°C to +70°C)
Protected equipment
-15°C to +55°C
5.2 Relative humidity
95% or less at 40°C
5.3 Degree of protection
Antenna unit
IP56
Terminal unit
IP22 (Option)
Printer/Keyboard
IPX0
Others
IP22 (bulkhead mount)
5.4 Vibration
IEC 60945 Ed.4
AP2.1.6 UNIT COLOR
6.1 Antenna unit
Upper: N9.5, Lower: 2.5PB3.5/10
6.2 Terminal unit/Junction box N2.5
6.3 Others
2.5GY5/1.5

AP2-2
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This confidential document is used only by FURUNO authorized persons.
It is strictly prohibited to reproduce the document in whole or in part without prior written permission of FURUNO.

Appendix 2. Specifications

AP2.2 FELCOM 19
AP2.2.1 GENERAL
1.1 Transmitting frequency
1.2 Receiving frequency
1.3 Channel interval
1.4 G/T
1.5 EIRP
1.6 Modulation
1.7 Modulation rate
1.8 Coding
1.9 Decoding
1.10 Nav data interface
Input data sentences

1626.5 to 1646.5 MHz
1537.0 to 1544.2 MHz
5 kHz
Better than -23.7 dB/K (elevation angle 5°)
7 to 16 dBW (elevation angle 5°)
BPSK
600/1200 sps
Convolution with coding rate 1/2 and
constraint length 7
Viterbi decoder
IEC61162-1 Ed.3/4, Internal GPS Board
BWC, BWR, DBT, DTM, GGA, GLL, GNS, GSA,
MTW, RMA, RMB, RMC, VDO, VDR, VTG, WPL,
ZDA

AP2.2.2 ANTENNA UNIT
2.1 Antenna type
2.2 Receiving gain
2.3 Receiving NF
2.4 Transmitting gain
2.5 Polarization

Daisy loop antenna
33 to 40 dB
1.7 dB or less
26 to 40 dB
Right-hand circular polarization

2.6 Axial ratio
2.7 VSWR

Within 6 dB (5° to 90°)
2.0 or less (50 ohm)

AP2.2.3 POWER SOURCE
3.1 Communication unit
3.2 AC/DC power supply unit
PR-240 (option)

12-24 VDC: 3.8-1.9 A (Transmitting),
0.8-0.4 A (Receiving)
100-115/200-230 VAC,
1 phase, 50/60 Hz, 24 VDC from battery

AP2-3
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It is strictly prohibited to reproduce the document in whole or in part without prior written permission of FURUNO.

Appendix 2. Specifications

AP2.2.4 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION
4.1 Ambient temperature
Exposed equipment
-35°C to +55°C (storage: -35°C to +70°C)
Protected equipment
-15°C to +55°C
4.2 Relative humidity
95% at 40°C
4.3 Degree of protection
Antenna unit
IP56
Communication unit
IP22(tabletop/bulkhead mount)
Others
IP22 (bulkhead mount)
4.4 Vibration
Inmarsat SDM LPSES standard
AP2.2.5 UNIT COLOR
5.1 Antenna unit
5.2 Communication unit/Junction box
5.3 Others

Upper: N9.5, Lower: 2.5PB3.5/10
N2.5
2.5GY5/1.5

AP2-4
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It is strictly prohibited to reproduce the document in whole or in part without prior written permission of FURUNO.

Only IC-305
DカバーLクミヒン
DISTRESS BUTTON COVER ASSY.
05-073-1111-0
(100-274-720-10)

キーシート
KEY SHEET

IC-305
IC-306

ケース(ウエ)
CASE(TOP)

IC-306

+バインドコネジ
BINDING HEAD SCREW
M3X8 C2700Wポリシール
(000-163-651-10)

16-018-4001-2
(100-300-922-10)
16-018-5001-3
(100-301-013-10)

AL

IC-305

+-ナベセムスB
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B*
M3X8 C2700W MBNI2
(000-163-190-10)

N
FI
D

EN

ケーブルオサエ(3)
CABLE CLAMP(3)
16-018-4006-1
(100-300-971-10)

TI

オンアツヨクセイシール
VOLUME CONTROL SEAL
16-018-4008-1
(100-303-831-10)

ケーブルオサエ(2)
CABLE CLAMP(2)
16-018-4005-0
(100-300-960-10)

16-018-4102-4
(100-301-004-10)
16-018-5102-4
(100-301-034-10)

※ DIST/RCV 1 PCB

+-ナベセムスB
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B*
M4X12 C2700W MBNI2
(000-163-192-10)

ケース(シタ)
CASE(BOTTOM)

O

C

ケーブルオサエ(1
CABLE CLAMP(1)
16-018-4004-0
(100-300-950-10)

組合せ互換表
Combination of DIST/RCV 1 PCB and CASE(BOTTOM)

ケース(シタ)
CASE(BOTTOM)

MODEL

IC-306

IC-305

DIST/RCV 1 PCB

16P0213A(LF)
16P0213C(LF)
(004-655-610-00) (001-062-600-00)

16P0213B(LF)
(004-655-630-00)

16P0213D(LF)
(001-062-630-00)


NEW

16-018-4002-2
(100-300-932-10)


OLD

16-018-4002-1

×

×

FELCOM 15

FELCOM 18

RC-1800F/T RC-1800F2
APPROVED

CHECKED

DRAWN

29 Nov.2012

28 Nov.2012

28 Nov.2012

W.Katsube

T.Yoshida

A.Yabuta

UNIT

IC-305

遭難警報器

DISTRESSALT/RECCALLUNIT

IC-306

アラームユニット

ALARM UNIT

DWG.NO. C5635-E03-D

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+バインドセムスF
BINDER HEAD SCREW-F
M4X10 C2700W MBCR2
(000-163-543-10)

カバー
COVER
16-023-5516-2
(100-373-582-10)

アースマーク
EARTH LABEL
24-005-5013-1
(100-332-171-10)
タンシダイ
TERMINAL BOARD
264-321-15P
(000-146-183-11)

AL

ハリマーク(318)
LABEL(318)
16-023-5512-1
(100-373-561-10)

TI

+-ナベセムスB
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B*
M4X20 C2700W MBNI2
(000-163-195-10)

ケーブルオサエ(2)
CABLE CLAMP(2)
16-018-6005-2
(100-301-072-10)

EN

+-ナベセムスB
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B*
M4X8 C2700W MBNI2
(000-163-200-10)

N
FI
D

ブラインドゴム
BLIND RUBBER
16-018-6004-2
(100-301-062-10)

+-ナベセムスB
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B*
M4X10 C2700W MBNI2
(000-163-191-10)
アッチャクタンシ
CRIMP-ON LUG
FV1.25-4(LF) RED
(000-166-666-10)

ケーブルオサエ(1)
CABLE FIXTURE (1)
16-023-5517-0
(100-373-590-10)

+ナベコネジ
PAN HEAD SCREW
M4X20 C2700W MBNI2
(000-163-439-10)

O

ケース
CASE
16-023-5515-1
(100-373-571-10)

C

ソトハハツキザガネ
EXTERNAL TOOTH LOCK WASHER
M4
C5191W MBNI2
(000-168-312-10)

ロッカクナット 1シュ
HEXAGONAL NUT 1 SYU
M4
C3604B MBNI2
(000-168-237-10)

ミガキヒラザガネ
FLAT WASHER
M4
C2680R MBNI2
(000-168-235-10)

チョウナット 2シュ
WING NUT
M4 SWCH10R MFNI2
(000-169-556-10)

コウザイ
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
CP16-05101
+トラスタッピンネジ1シュ
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4X16
SUS304
(000-162-605-10)

バネザガネ
SPRING WASHER
M4
C5191W MBNI2
(000-168-238-10)

MODEL

ケーブル(クミヒン)
CABLE ASSEMBLY
17JE-SPMCU-L2000
(000-146-178-13)

4

FELCOM18
FELCOM19

APPROVED

CHECKED

DRAWN

21 Nov.2012

21 Nov.2012

29 Oct.2012

W.Katsube

T.Yoshida

A.Yabuta

UNIT

IC-318

接続箱
JUNCTION BOX

DWG.NO. C5674-E03-A

CONFIDENTIAL (internal use only)
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ドーム
ANTENNA DOME
16-018-1001-3
(100-297-963-10)

アンテナエレメント
ANTENNA ELEMENT ASSEMBLY
IC-118 (001-193-660-00)

AL

IC-119 (001-193-670-00)

ANT RFプリント

ANTケース
ANTENNA RF MODULE

IC-118 16P0285(LF)

IC-118 (001-193-680-00)

TI

IC-119 16P0286(LF)

IC-119 (001-193-690-00)

テミッシュ
TEMISH
S-NTF1033-K02-J
(000-169-628-10)

EN

ドームパツキン
DOME GASKET
16-018-1102-0
(100-298-010-10)

N
FI
D

ANTケース
ANT CASE
16-023-2511-1

アンテナダイ
ANTENNA BASE ASSEMBLY
IC-115/116
(004-439-620-00)

ANTダイパツキン
GASKET
16-018-1204-0
(100-302-120-10)

C

O

ANTダイ
ANTENNA STAND
16-018-1201-3

ネジヨウパツキン
GASKET
16-018-1203-0
(100-298-100-10)

フゾクヒン
ACCESSORIES
FP16-02501
ケミシール
SILICON RUBBER
S-8400W アルミチューブ50G
(000-158-483-10)
イラックススリーブ SCM2
INSULATION SLEEVE
07-1220 クロ *40MM*
(000-165-300-10)
コンベックス
CABLE TIE
CV-450B
(000-173-169-10)

+アプセットUIセムスB
UPSET UI SCREW-B
M5X10 SUS304
(000-163-757-10)

ANTダイトメネジ
ANTENNA FIXING SCREW
16-018-1202-0
(100-298-090-10)

1

5

ケーブルホゴザイ

ロックナットクミヒン
LOCK NUT ASSEMBLY
CP16-05501
(001-192-280-00)

MODEL

1

CABLE PROTECTION MATERIAL

16-018-1251-1
(100-298-111-10)

1

FELCOM18
FELCOM19

APPROVED

CHECKED

DRAWN

21 Nov.2012

21 Nov.2012

25 Oct.2012

W.Katsube

T.Yoshida

A.Yabuta

UNIT

IC-118/119

アンテナユニツト
ANTENNA UNIT

DWG.NO. C5674-E02-A

CONFIDENTIAL (internal use only)
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J7

J5

J4

J3

J1

(P)PWR-C
16P0227B

SW-PHコネクタ
SW-PH CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY
16-200(スイッチ-3P)
(001-193-920-00)

(000-021-832-00)

E

マエパネル
FRONT PANEL
16-023-4501-0
(100-368-060-10)

C

O
パネルパッキン
PANEL GASKET
16-018-2015-2
(100-297-892-10)

F

N

+-ナベセムスA
WASHER HEAD SCREW *A*
M3X15 C2700W MBCR2
(000-163-159-10)

CHECKED
21 Nov.2012

T.Yoshida

21 Nov.2012

W.Katsube

DRAWN

A.Yabuta

IC-219

ヒューズ
GLASS TUBE FUSE
FGBO 125V 10A PBF
(000-155-826-10)

ヒューズ
GLASS TUBE FUSE
FGBO-A 125V 5A PBF
(000-155-853-10)

1

2

マクツキグロメット
GROMMET
MG-15
(000-166-458-10)
LANカバー
LAN COVER
16-023-4507-0
(100-368-090-10)

1

1
ヒューズハリマーク
FUSE LABEL
03-153-1312-0
(100-292-140-10)

ヒューズ
GLASS TUBE FUSE
FGBO-A 125V 5A PBF
(000-155-853-10)

2

3

コンベックス
CABLE TIE
CV-100N
(000-162-167-10)
+トラスタッピンネジ
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4X40
SUS304
(000-162-606-10)

1

1

1

1

ケーブル(クミヒン)MJ
CABLE ASSEMBLY
MJ-A3SPF0016-035C
(000-154-024-10)

アースバン
COPPER STRAP
05-003-0031-0
(590-300-310-10)

コウザイ
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
CP16-05301

ヨビヒン
SPARE PARTS
SP16-01401

フゾクヒン
ACCESSORIES
FP16-02700
(000-021-833-00)

通信制御ユニット
COMMUNICATION UNIT
DWG.NO. C5675-E01-A

UNIT

FETオサエゴム
FET FIXING RUBBER
16-018-2023-1
(100-297-921-10)

RF CONプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
16P0284B(LF)
(001-193-910-00)

26 Oct.2012

FELCOM19
APPROVED

MODEL

FETオサエイタ
FET FIXING PLATE
16-018-2021-1
(100-297-901-10)

ケース(シタ)
CASE (LOWER)
16-023-4509-1
(100-373-681-10)

スペーサ
SPACER
SQ-14
(000-159-298-10)

パネルパッキン
PANEL GASKET
16-018-2015-2
(100-297-892-10)

(P)COMM CPUクミヒン
COMM CPU PCB LESS ID-ROM/U7
IC-219
(001-194-120-00)

PWR-Cプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
16P0227B(LF)
(001-193-900-00)

M4
C5191W MBNI2
(000-168-312-10)

EXTERNAL TOOTH LOCK WASHER

ソトハハツキザガネ

+ナベコネジ
PAN HEAD SCREW
M4X20 C2700W MBNI2
(000-163-439-10)

L
A

N
M4 C3604B MBNI2
(000-168-237-10)

PW
M4 C2680R MBNI2
(000-168-235-10)

I
T
N
E
ID

ウシロパネル
BACK PANEL
16-023-4502-1
(100-373-611-10)

SW
M4 C5191W MBNI2
(000-168-238-10)

チョウナット 2シュ
WING NUT
M4 SWCH10R MFNI2
(000-169-556-10)

CONFIDENTIAL (internal use only)
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(000-021-831-00)

J

(LESS ID-ROM)
ツウシンセイギヨユニツト
COMMUNICATION UNIT

PWR HICプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (HIC)
16P0224(LF)
(004-655-580-00)

PWR HICプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (HIC)
16P0220(LF)
(004-655-560-00)

PWRプリント
16P0288(LF)

シキリイタ
PARTITION PLATE
16-018-2016-2
(100-297-942-10)

ケイコクラベル(1)
WARNING LABEL 1
86-003-1011-3
(100-236-233-10)

+バインドセムスF
BINDER HEAD SCREW-F
M3X10 C2700W
(000-176-754-10)

ケース(ウエ)
CASE (UPPER)
16-023-4508-1
(100-373-671-10)
+バインドコネジ
BINDING HEAD SCREW
M3X6 SWCH
(000-176-673-10)

PWR HICプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
16P0290(LF)
(001-193-720-00)

PWR HICプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (HIC)
16P0291(LF)
(001-193-890-00)

ホウネツシート
HEAT SINK RUBBER
16-018-2022-0
(100-297-910-10)

ROCKER
SWITCH

16-200(スイッチ-3P)
(001-193-920-00)

PWR HICプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (HIC)
16P0222A(LF)
(001-193-880-00)

(P)PWRセットヒン
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
IC-219 16P0288
(001-194-110-00)

16-198(4-4P)
(001-179-930-00)

J2

GPS

(P)COMM CPU
16P0282

(P)PWR
16P0288 J2

16-197(10-10P)
(001-179-920-00)

J5

(P)RF CON
16P0284B

J6

16-199(4-5P)
(001-179-940-00)

J4

SML2SC30-4X30ADP.5S4
(000-176-304-10)

J3

コネクタ(クミヒン)
CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY

コウザイ
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
CP16-05202
ファスナー(3)
HOOK LOOP FASTERNER
16-007-6814-0
(100-237-670-10)

1

1

ファスナー(4)
HOOK LOOP FASTENER
16-007-6815-0
(100-237-680-10)

1

ハリマーク
LABEL
16-023-3552-0
(100-373-800-10)

LANケーブルササエ
LAN CABLE SUPPORTING
16-023-3532-0
(100-369-610-10)
LANヨウスポンジ
SPONGE FOR LAN
16-023-3533-0
(100-369-620-10)

1

+トラスタッピンネジ1シュ
SELF-TAPPING SCREW
5X20
SUS304
(000-162-608-10)

タ-ミナルユニツト
TERMINAL UNIT

4

コンベックス
CABLE TIE
CV-150B
(000-167-183-10)

2

ヒューズ
GLASS TUBE FUSE
FGBO 125V 7A PBF
(000-155-831-10)

ヒューズ
GLASS TUBE FUSE
FGBO 125V 7A PBF
(000-155-831-10)

1

GPSプリント
PCB GPS

4

1

1

パネルパツキン
PANEL GASKET
16-018-3003-1
(100-297-661-10)

LCD
OT104ASDDLV-00
(000-176-234-10)

FETオサエゴム
FET FIXING RUBBER
16-018-3204-0

(P)TERMCPUクミヒン
TERMCPU PCB LESS ID-ROM/U20
IC-218
ブシュツヨウ
(001-193-990-00)

O

ラバーキー
RUBBER KEY
16-018-3005-1
(100-297-681-10)

C

コネクタ(クミヒン)
CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY

パネル
PANEL
16-023-3547-0

SD_USBパネル
SD_USB PANEL
16-023-3511-2

J2

デイストレスフタ
DISTRESS LID
05-085-1011-2

(P)TERMPWR
16P0287B

PWシート
PW SHEET
16-023-3548-0

ディストレスフタフクロヅメ
DISTRESS KEY COVER (PACKED)
HG-8800
(005-378-320-00)

SML2SC30-4X60ADP.5S4
(000-175-379-10)
J11

J5

(P)PWR-C
16P0214A

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ホウネツイタ
HEAT SINK
16-018-3201-0
+-ナベセムスB
WASHER HEAD SCREW *B*
M3X15 C2700W MBNI2
(000-163-185-10)

ハンガー
BRACKET ASSEMBLY
IC-218-A/IB-585
(001-193-750-00)

ライナー
LINER
03-112-1403-0
(100-159-490-10)

ノブクミヒン
KNOB
DCU12
(001-026-450-00)

ハンガーワッシャー
BRACKET WASHER
05-029-0132-1
(100-087-911-10)

ハンガー
BRACKET
16-023-3545-0

ノブ(N2.5)
KNOB(N2.5)
19-028-2073-1

J6

J12

J3

SML2SC30-4X50ADP.5S4
(000-176-303-10)
to DGPS

MODEL

J7

FELCOM18

H.FL-LP-BNC-BJ L60
(000-146-253-10)
J2

16-201(4-4P)
(001-185-110-00)

ホウネツホキョウイタ
REINFORCEMENT FOR HEAT SINK
16-018-3207-1

(P)RF CON
16P0284A

J1
J3

+バインドコネジ
BINDING HEAD SCREW
M3X6 SWCH
(000-176-673-10)
ホウネツシート
HEAT SINK RUBBER
16-018-3202-0

TERMPWRプリント
16P0287B(LF)

RF CONクミヒン
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
IC-218
(001-193-970-00)

51065-0700-PHR7-L110
(000-176-305-10)

J5

16-195(10-10P)
(001-179-800-00)

カバー
COVER
16-023-3546-0

スペーサ(2)
SPACER (2)
HSA-3025CDレス
(000-168-902-10)

シールドイタ
SHIELD PLATE
16-018-3103-3
(100-297-713-10)

J1 16P0246

16-173(9-9P)
(004-439-510-00)
J4

PWR-Cプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
16P0214A(LF)
(001-193-710-00)

SWプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
16P0294(LF)
(001-193-740-00)

(P)TERMCPU
J7 16P0283B

(P)SD USB
16P0289 J1

ブザーシート
BUZZER SHEET
16-023-3549-0

ディストレスピン
DISTRESS PIN
05-085-1014-0

J5

DF1920-W-L70
(000-176-213-10)

J7

BINDING HEAD SCREW

M2.5X6 SUSXM7
(000-176-707-10)

LCD

J6

デンゲンハリマーク218
POWER LABEL 218
16-023-3551-0

ケイコクラベル(2)
WARNING LABEL(2)
03-129-1001-3

+バインドコネジ
BINDING HEAD SCREW
M3X6 SWCH
(000-176-673-10)

J13

+バインドセムスF
BINDER HEAD SCREW-F
M3X8 C2700W MBCR2
(000-163-538-10)

ナットブザイ
NUT PARTS
16-023-3539-0

PWR HICプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
16P0290(LF)
(001-193-720-00)

(P)GPS
J2

16-196(10-5,3,2P)
(001-179-810-00)
(P)SW J1
16P0294

FETオサエイタ
FET FIXING PLATE
16-018-3203-2

SD USBプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
16P0289(LF)
(001-193-730-00)

(P)SDトリツケイタ
(P)SD FIXING PLATE
16-023-3514-0
(100-369-540-10)

SD_USBパネルパッキン
SD_USB PANEL PACKING
16-023-3512-0

シヤフトホルダー
SHAFT HOLDER
05-085-1012-3

N
FI
D

1

SD_USBパネルクミヒン
SD USB PANEL
IC-218/IB-585
(001-194-000-00)

ディストレスバネ
DISTRESS SPRING
05-085-1013-0

IC-218-N-G
(000-021-829-00)

RFシャーシ
RF CHASSIS
16-023-3522-0
(100-369-570-10)

+ナベセムスBK
WASHER HEAD SCREW *BK*
M2X6 C2700W MBNI2
(000-163-512-10)

FURUNOロゴH3
FURUNO STICKER H3
19-028-1502-0

+バインドコネジ

×

コネクタイタ
CONNECTOR PLATE
16-023-3523-0
(100-369-580-10)

シャーシ
CHASSIS
16-023-3521-0
(100-369-560-10)

フィルター
FILTER
16-018-3004-1

IC-218-N
(000-021-828-00)

1

フゾクヒン
ACCESSORIES
FP16-02600

パネルクミヒン
FRONT BEZEL WITH FILTER
IC-218
(001-193-950-00)

TERMPWRクミヒン
TERMPWR ASSEMBLY
IC-218
(001-193-980-00)

ヨビヒン
SPARE PARTS
SP16-01301
ヒューズ
GLASS TUBE FUSE
FGBO 125V 15A PBF
(000-155-827-10)

ミニ キーボード
KEYBOARD
5139U
(000-176-235-10)

(LESS ID-ROM)

ブラインドイタ
SCREEN PLATE
16-023-3526-0

イチギメゴム
POSITIONING RUBBER
16-023-3538-0

AL

アースバン
COPPER STRAP
05-003-0031-0
(590-300-310-10)

4

TI

ヒューズハリマーク
FUSE LABEL
03-153-1312-0
(100-292-140-10)

カバークミヒン
REAR COVER ASSEMBLY
IC-218
(001-193-960-00)

GPSプリント
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
16P0246(LF)
(004-656-540-00)

EN

コウザイ
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
CP16-05201

APPROVED

CHECKED

DRAWN

21 Nov.2012

21 Nov.2012

31 Oct.2012

W.Katsube

T.Yoshida

A.Yabuta

UNIT
DWG.NO.

IC-218
C5674-E01-A

タ-ミナルユニツト
TERMINAL UNIT

1

2

4

3

5

6

アラームユニット
1
2
3
4
5

P
P

TP5FBAW-5DFBB,30m,φ7.7
DGPS

DGPSデコーダー
DGPS DECODER

COAX. CABLE(50Ω)

BNC

USB

A TYPE
キーボード
KEYBOARD

24 VDC (+) アカ RED
(-) クロ BLK
GND シロ WHT

B

3

*1

12 VDC

DC/DCコンバータ
DC/DC CONVERTER

100-115/
*1
200-230 VAC DPYC-2.5
1φ,50/60Hz
*1
24 VDC

17JE-23250
57-3036 -02(D8C)
プリンタ 36
25
16S0184
PRINTER
3m,φ8
PP-510 *2
または
OR
H230817-1(*2)
防水仕様ケーブル
WATERPROOF CABLE

MJ-A3SPF0018-050Z
5m,φ11

12-24VDC

DPYC-4

PE
*1
IV-2sq.
保護アース

AC
IN
+ DC
- IN
E

4

AC/DC
24VDC +
電源ユニット OUT AC/DC POWER
SUPPLY UNIT
PR-240
*2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

TTYCSLA-4(*1) OR CO-0.2x5P(*2)
P
P

TTYCSLA-1(*1) OR
CO-0.2x2P(*2)
TTYCSLA-1(*1) OR
CO-0.2x2P(*2)

RJ45
8

DC IN
DC+
DCGND

*1
STP(CAT5)

IC-305

VCC
GND
TD/RD-A
TD/RD-B
GND

選択
SELECT

1
2
3
4
5
6

P

P

IC-318
3
4

TTYCSLA-1(*1) OR
CO-0.2x2P(*2)

IC-307(No.2)

SSAS_OUT-H
NC
SSAS_CHECK
SSAS_IN-C
SSAS_CTRL
GND

P
P

1 *2 *3 *4
2
3
4
5
6

IC-307(No.3)
P
P

1
2
3
4
5
6

*2 *3

最大3台まで接続可能
MAX. 3 UNITS AVAILABLE.

TTYCSLA-4(*1) OR
CO-0.2x5P(*2)
合計 :最大200m
TOTAL: UP TO 200m

パソコン/HUB
PC OR HUB

INMARSAT No.1/2
1 TR-A
2 TR-B アラームユニット
ALARM UNIT
3 FG

IC-350

アラームシステム
ALARM SYSTEM
航法装置
保安警報発呼器
NAV EQUIPMENT SSAS ALERT UNIT
IC-307 *2 *3 *4

TTYCSLA-4(*1) OR CO-0.2x5P(*2)

*1
IV-2sq.
LAN

1
2
3
4
5

銅板
COPPER STRAP
W=30,1.2m

IC-218
JUNCTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

CO

C

15A(12V)
MJ-A3SPF
7A(24V)
シロ WHT
1
クロ BLK
2
3

PRINTER

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

DISTRESS ALERT/
*2
RECEIVED CALL UNIT

NF
ID

RH12BPG-3S
VCTF-0.75x3C,5m,φ7
(16S0084)

1.5m

Vcc(ALM)
GND
TD/RD-A
TD/RD-B
NC
ALM-H
ALM-C
RD-A
RD-B
GND
SSAS_OUT-H
SSAS_OUT-C
SSAS_CHECK
SSAS_IN-C
SSAS_CTRL

IC-350を接続するとき(IC-305との共用不可)
CONNECTION FOR IC-350 (DO NOT USE W/ IC-305)

遭難警報器

L

ANT

17JE-23150
-02(D8C) 2m

接続箱
JUNCTION BOX
IC-318

IA

TPA5FB0.4NJ5 12D-SFA-CV,100m,φ20: N-P-12DSFA
FBA-5DFB,0.4m 8D-FB-CV,50m,φ14.3: N-P-8DFB
5D-FB-CV,30m,φ10.7: N-P-5DFB

ターミナルユニット
TERMINAL UNIT
IC-218
JUNCTION

TNCP-NJ

A

EN
T

アンテナユニット
ANTENNA UNIT
IC-118

VCC ALARM UNIT
GND IC-306
TD/RD-A *2
TD/RD-B
GND

防水仕様ケーブル
WATERPROOF CABLE
*2
XM-FD-361,2m
アオ BLU
チャ BRN
ムラサキ PPL
ハイ GRY
ミドリ GRN
YEL

ORG
ダイ
モモ PNK
ウスミドリ L-GRN
シロ/クロ WHT/BLK
シロ/アカ WHT/RED
クロ BLK
アカ RED
ミズ L-BLU

接続箱
JUNCTION BOX
IC-318
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

D
注記
*1)造船所手配。
*2)オプション。
*3)終端のIC-307はジャンパー設定を変更する。
*4)SSAS仕様のとき標準構成。
NOTE
*1: SHIPYARD SUPPLY.
*2: OPTION.
*3: CHANGE SETTING OF JUMPER IN IC-307 TO TERMINATE.
*4: STANDARD CONFIGURATION FOR SSAS.

DRAWN
28/May/2012
CHECKED
28/May/2012
APPROVED

29/May/2012

CO-0.2x2P: CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x2P,φ10.5
CO-0.2x5P: CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x5P,φ13.5

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SCALE

T.YAMASAKI
H.MAKI

Y.NISHIYAMA
MASS

kg
DWG No.

C5674-C01- C

REF.No.

16-023-3001-1

TITLE

FELCOM 18

名称

インマルサット-C 船舶地球局
相互結線図

NAME

INMARSAT-C MES
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM

C

B

A

PE
*1
IV-2sq.
保護アース

DPYC-4

AC
IN
+ DC
- IN
E

AC/DC
24VDC +
電源ユニット OUT AC/DC POWER
SUPPLY UNIT
PR-240
*2

2

8

RJ45
*1
STP(CAT5)

17JE-23150
-02(D8C) 2m

P
P

TTYCSLA-4(*1) OR
CO-0.2x5P(*2)

TTYCSLA-1(*1) OR
CO-0.2x2P(*2)

TTYCSLA-1(*1) OR
CO-0.2x2P(*2)

パソコン/HUB
PC OR HUB

*1
IV-2sq.

31/May/2012

DWG.No.

SCALE

C5675-C01- D

kg

Y.NISHIYAMA

H.MAKI

T.YAMASAKI

MASS

31/May/2012
CHECKED
31/May/2012
APPROVED

DRAWN

REF.No.

16-023-4001-1

CO-0.2x2P: CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x2P,φ10.5
CO-0.2x5P: CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x5P,φ13.5

TTYCSLA-4(*1) OR
CO-0.2x5P(*2)
合計 :最大200m
TOTAL: UP TO 200m

SSAS ALERT UNIT
IC-307 *2 *3 *4
1 SSAS_OUT-H
2 NC
3 SSAS_CHECK
4 SSAS_IN-C
5 SSAS_CTRL
6 GND

NAME

名 称

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

*2 *3

ミドリ GRN
YEL

ORG
ダイ
モモ PNK
ウスミドリ L-GRN
シロ/クロ WHT/BLK
シロ/アカ WHT/RED
クロ BLK
アカ RED
ミズ L-BLU

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

接続箱
JUNCTION BOX
IC-318

最大3台まで接続可能
MAX. 3 UNITS AVAILABLE.

P

1
2
3
4
5
6

IC-307(No.3)

INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM

INMARSAT MINI-C MES

相互結線図

FELCOM 19
インマルサットMINI-C携帯移動地球局

JUNCTION

P

防水仕様ケーブル
WATERPROOF CABLE
*2
XM-FD-361,2m
アオ BLU
チャ BRN
ムラサキ PPL
ハイ GRY

1 *2 *3 *4
2
3
4
5
6

IC-307(No.2)

4

IC-219

P

TITLE

P

L
A

保安警報発呼器

アラームシステム
ALARM SYSTEM

航法装置
NAV EQUIPMENT

I
T

N
E
D

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

3

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銅板
COPPER STRAP
W=30,1.2m

LAN

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

接続箱
JUNCTION BOX
IC-318 *2 *4

I
F
N
O
C

DC+
DCGND

DC IN

ANT

Vcc(ALM)
GND
TD/RD-A
TD/RD-B
NC
ALM-H
ALM-C
RD-A
RD-B
GND
SSAS_OUT-H
SSAS_OUT-C
SSAS_CHECK
SSAS_IN-C
SSAS_CTRL

通信制御ユニット
COMMUNICATION UNIT
IC-219
JUNCTION

NOTE
*1: SHIPYARD SUPPLY.
*2: OPTION.
*3: CHANGE SETTING OF JUMPER IN IC-307 TO TERMINATE.
*4: STANDARD CONFIGURATION FOR SSAS.

注記
*1)造船所手配。
*2)オプション。
*3)終端のIC-307はジャンパー設定を変更する。
*4)SSAS仕様のとき標準構成。

24 VDC

100-115/
*1
200-230 VAC DPYC-2.5
1φ,50/60Hz
*1

12-24VDC

10A(12V)
MJ-A3SPF
5A(24V)
シロ WHT
1
クロ BLK
2
3

TP5FBAW-5DFBB,30m,φ7.7

12D-SFA-CV,100m,φ20: N-P-12DSFA
8D-FB-CV,50m,φ14.3: N-P-8DFB
5D-FB-CV,30m,φ10.7: N-P-5DFB

TPA5FB0.4NJ5
FBA-5DFB,0.4m

MJ-A3SPF0016-035
3.5m

アンテナユニット
ANTENNA UNIT
IC-119

1

TNCP-NJ

L
IA
EN
T
NF
ID
CO
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L
IA
EN
T
NF
ID
CO
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