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FM-8800D/8800S

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G1 : MAY 21, 2007
Pub. No. IME-56420-G1
(TATA ) FM-8800D/S *00014993216*
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING CAUTION
Hazardous voltage. Attach securely protective
Can shock, burn or cause earth to the ship's body.
serious injury.
The protective earth
Do not work inside the equip- (grounding) is required to the
ment unless totally familiar AC/DC power supply unit to
with electrical circuits. prevent electrical shock.

Do not approach the antenna Confirm that the power supply voltage
closer than 0.9 m (MPE by is compatible with the voltage rating
FCC) when it is transmitting. of the equipment.

The antenna emits radio waves Connection to the wrong power supply
which can be harmful to the can cause fire or equipment damage.
human body. The voltage rating appears on the label
at the rear of the display unit.
RF power density Description
Distance
on antenna aperture required by Observe the compass safe distance to
100 W/m 2
0.11 m IEC 60945
prevent deviation of a magnetic
2 compass.
FM-8800S 10 W/m 0.33 m IEC 60945
2 W/m 2 0.9 m MPE by FCC
Standard Steering
100 W/m 2 0.11 m IEC 60945 compass compass
FM-8800D 10 W/m 2 0.33 m IEC 60945 FM-8800S 1.45 m 0.90 m
2 W/m 2 0.9 m MPE by FCC FM-8800D 1.45 m 0.95 m
(MPE: Minimum Permissible Exposure) IF-8810 0.85 m 0.55 m
IF-8820 0.75 m 0.50 m
Turn off the power at the mains switch-
board before beginning the installation. HS-2003 1.50 m 0.95 m
Post a warning sign near the switch- HS-8800 0.40 m 0.30 m
board to indicate that power should not RB-8800
1.20 m 0.80 m
be applied while the equipment is being (W/HS-8800)
installed. RB-8810
1.50 m 1.00 m
(W/HS-8800)
Electrical shock, serious injury or fire can PR-240 0.90 m 0.60 m
result if the power is not turned off or is
applied while the equipment is being RB-8810-W 1.55 m 1.00 m
(W/HS-8810-W)
installed.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION................................................................................ iii

EQUIPMENT LISTS ........................................................................................... iv

1. MOUNTING ................................................................................................... 1-1

2. CONNECTIONS ............................................................................................ 2-1

3. ASSEMBLING CONSOLE KIT ..................................................................... 3-1

PACKING LISTS ............................................................................................... A-1

OUTLINE DRAWINGS ...................................................................................... D-1

INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAMS ....................................................................S-1

ii
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
VHF CH 70 RX
Antenna Antenna

VHF console
RC-8800 Wing handset MAX
2 sets
T/R AF output for VDR
IEC61162-1 input
Junction
DSC information output
Handset Box*
HS-2003 IF-8810 External alarm
Transceiver Unit
Remote station
RB-8800/8810 MAX
FM-8800D 4 sets
RB-8810-W
FM-8800S
DMC I/F RB-8800/8810
IF-8820 RB-8810-W
Printer
IF+UTP-80FK
Distress Message Controller
IF+UTP-58E
DMC-5

Printer
PP-510 Omit for Russian Version
PP-8800/A

100-115/200-230 VAC AC-DC


50/60 Hz, 1 Power Supply External
Unit Speaker
Radio Battery SEM-21Q
24 VDC PR-240

24 VDC : Standard

: Optional
Category of units
Unit Category
Antenna Exposed to weather *: Option for FM-8800S/D-N

All other units Protected from weather

iii
EQUIPMENT LISTS
Standard Supply
Name Type Qty Code No. Remarks
FM-8800D-E-A
D: Duplex
FM-8800D-E-N
S: Simplex
FM-8800D-F-A
E: With handset
FM-8800D-F-N
HS-2003
FM-8800S-E-A
1 Transceiver Unit 1 F: With microphone
FM-8800S-E-N
DM-2003-F
FM-8800S-F-A
A: With IF-8810
FM-8800S-F-N
N: No IF-8810
FM-8800S-R-A R: Russian version
FM-8800S-R-N
For E-type
Handset HS-2003,
FP05-05700 000-054-228
Hanger FP05-05510,
2 Accessories* 1
Others FP05-05511
For F-type
FP05-05710 000-054-156
Microphone DM-2003-F
3 Junction Box IF-8810 1 For A-type
Installation Power cable 05S9371,
4 CP05-09900 1 000-054-227
Materials* CP05-09901
5 Spare Parts* SP05-05501 1 005-377-820

Standard Supply for VHF Console


Name Type Qty Code No. Remarks
1 VHF Console RC-8800-SN 1
D: Duplex FM-8800D
RC-8800-DN
S: Simplex DM-8800S
RC-8800-SA
N: No printer
RC-8800-DA
A: With printer UTP-80FK
RC-8800-SB
B: With printer UTP-58E
RC-8800-DB
Installation
2 CP05-10201 1 005-371-850
Masteries*
Handset HS-2003 &
FP05-05800 000-054-372
Handset hanger FP05-05510
3 Accessories* 1
HS-2003, FP05-05510,
FP05-05810 000-010-428
Thermal paper TP058-30CL
*: See lists at the end of this manual.

iv
EQUIPMENT LISTS

Optional Equipment
Name Type Code No. Remarks
Flush Mount Kit OP05-102 000-054-120
Junction Box IF-8810 W/ Screw 5x20 4 pcs.
DMC Interface IF-8820 No use for Russian version
RB-8800-15
FP05-05701*,
(W/ 1.5 m Cable)
Handset HS-8800,
RB-8800-20
Hanger W/DIST. button HG-8800
(W/ 2 m Cable)
Remote Station RB-8810-15
FP05-05511*,
(W/ 1.5 m Cable)
Handset HS-8800,
RB-8810-20
Hanger HG-8810
(W/ 2 m Cable)
RB-8810-W-15 W/ HS-8800-W-15
HS-8800-15 000-054-230 W/ 1.5 m Cable
HS-8800-20 000-054-171 W/ 2 m Cable
HS-8800-W-15 000-054-287 Waterproof
HS-2003-15 000-054-223 W/ Cable 1.5 m
Handset
HS-2003-20 000-054-390 W/ Cable 2.0 m
HS-2003-50S 000-054-391 W/ Straight cable 5.0 m
HS-6000FZ11 000-135-072
FP05-05700 000-010-246 HS-2003-15 & Hanger
HG-8800 000-054-229 For HS-8800
HG-8810 000-054-231 For HS-8800
Handset Hanger
FP05-05510 005-951-790 For HS-2003
AP-102 000-580-019 For HS-6000FZ11
Loudspeaker SEM-21Q 000-144-917
Handset HS-6000FZ5,
Dynamic Mic. Set OP05-57 000-045-775 Receptacle RDB-VHF(B),
Hanger AP-102
Handset HS-6000FZ6,
Carbon Mic. Set OP05-58 000-045-776 Receptacle RDB-VHF,
Hanger AP-102
Handset HS-6000FZ11,
Handset set OP05-42 000-045-778 Receptacle RDB-VHF(B),
Hanger AP-102
Mic. Receptacle Box RBD-VHF (B) 000-056-094
For transceiver unit only
Microphone DM-2003-F 005-377-760
(not RB-8800), **
Printer PP-510
Printer Interface IF-8500
AC-DC Power Supply PR-240
Whip antenna FAB-151D,
Mounting plate 4-310071,
AP05-00800 000-057-721
Coax. Cable 5D-2V 10m,
Connector M-P-5 2 PCS
Whip antenna RA106,
AP05-00810 000-057-722 Mounting plate RA115,
Antenna Material
Coax. Cable 05S9104 5m
Whip antenna 396-1,
AP05-00900 000-057-739
Mounting plate 4187
Whip antenna FAB-151D,
AP05-01000 000-054-123 Mounting plate 4-310071,
Connector M-P-7 2 PCS
*: See lists at the end of this manual
**: Microphone DM-2003-F can be connected to transceiver unit instead of handset HS-2003. However,
in this case, any remote station is disabled.

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EQUIPMENT LISTS

Name Type Code No. Remarks


Whip antenna 150M-W2VN,
AP05-01100 000-054-224 Coax. Cable 5D-2V 10m,
Connector M-P-5 2 PCS
Whip antenna FAB-151D,
Mounting plate 4-310071,
AP05-01200 000-054-232
Antenna Material Coax. Cable 5D-2V 10m,
Connector M-P-5 & M-P-7
Whip antenna FAB-151D,
Mounting plate 4-310071,
AP05-01210 000-054-233
Coax. Cable 5D-2V 20m,
Connector M-P-5 & M-P-7
05S0309 *10M* 000-106-043 10m
05S0309 *20M* 000-106-044 20m
Signal Cable 05S0309 *30M* 000-106-046 30m
05S0309 *40M* 000-106-047 40m
05S0309 *50M* 000-106-048 50m
000-111-680 5m
000-120-792 10m
CO-SPEVV-SB-C
Twisted Cable 000-120-793 15m
0.2x2P
000-120-794 20m
000-120-214 30m
RC-8800-N-75BG - Without Printer
VHF Console Kit RC-8800-A-75BG - With Printer UTP-80FK
RC-8800-B - With Printer UTP-58E
PP-8800
Printer - W/ power cable
PP-8800A
Emergency lamp EMG-1T 000-138-378 For rack console, cable attached

vi
1. MOUNTING
Transceiver Unit
General mounting considerations
Determine the mounting location for the transceiver unit considering operator convenience,
proximity to the power source and the ground location. Keep these and the following points
in mind when selecting a mounting location.

Locate the unit in a place free of water spray and water splash.
Keep the unit out of direct sunlight because of heat that can build up inside the unit.
Leave a little slack in cables to allow a service technician to move the radio from its usual
location with the cables connected. This lets him make tuning and other adjustments on a
live set.
Do not install the unit where flammable gases are stored.
Select a well-ventilated area.
Ensure the mounting location is strong enough to support the weight of the unit (approx. 6
kg) under the condition of continued vibration normally encountered aboard the vessel. If
necessary, reinforce the mounting area with a doubling plate or lining block.
Leave sufficient space at the sides and rear of the unit for maintenance and service
purposes and to provide for circulation of cooling air. See outlines drawings at the back of
this manual.
For flush mounting, select a location where the LCD can be easily viewed.
The transceiver unit will affect a magnetic compass if placed too near the compass.
Observe the compass safe distance to prevent deviation of a magnetic compass,
referring to page i .

Note: Take great care not to press the DISTRESS switch during the installation. If you
accidentally press the switch, immediately turn off the equipment and contact
appropriate authority by telephone.

1-1
1. MOUNTING

Overview of mounting methods

Keep pressed for 4 s in case of DISTRESS.


The alert is transmitted with steady lighting.

DISTRESS 1 2 3 TEST CH16


ABC DEF

4 IntCom 5 ACK 6 PRINT FILE


GHI JKL MNO

CANCEL INTL SCAN DW


7 USA 8 9 MENU
ALM STOP PQRS TUV WXYZ

CALL SHIFT LOG

*
Keep pressed for 4 s in case of DISTRESS.
The alert is transmitted with steady lighting. MSG 0 HI/L0 # ENT

DISTRESS 1 2 3 TEST CH16


ABC DEF

4 IntCom 5 ACK 6 PRINT FILE


GHI JKL MNO

CANCEL INTL SCAN DW


7 USA 8 9 MENU
ALM STOP PQRS TUV WXYZ

CALL SHIFT LOG

*
MSG 0 HI/L0 # ENT

Overhead Tabletop

Keep pressed for 4 s in case of DISTRESS.


The alert is transmitted with steady lighting.

DISTRESS 1 2 3 TEST CH16


ABC DEF

4 IntCom 5 ACK 6 PRINT FILE


GHI JKL MNO

CANCEL INTL
7 USA 8 SCAN 9 DW MENU
ALM STOP PQRS TUV WXYZ

CALL SHIFT LOG


*

MSG 0 HI/L0 # ENT

Flush Mount Bulkhead

Overview of mounting methods

1-2
1. MOUNTING

Mounting procedure for tabletop, overhead and bulkhead mounting


1. Using the hanger as a template, mark fixing holes in the mounting location.
2. Fix the hanger to the mounting location with self-tapping screws and washers (supplied).
(For added support, use nuts, bolts and washers instead of self-tapping screws.)
3. Screw the knob bolts with washers into the transceiver unit.
4. Set the transceiver unit to the hanger and tighten knob bolts.

265 251

Keep pressed for 4 s in case of DISTRESS.


The alert is transmitted with steady lighting.

DISTRESS 1 2 3 TEST CH16


ABC DEF

110 ALARM

CANCEL
4 IntCom

7
GHI

INTL
USA
5 ACK
JKL

8 SCAN
6 PRINT

9 DW
MNO
FILE

MENU
ALM STOP PQRS TUV WXYZ

HANDSET VOL/PWR SQL CH


CALL SHIFT LOG
*

MSG 0 HI/L0 # ENT

OFF AUTO

Keep pressed for 4 s in case of DISTRESS.


The alert is transmitted with steady lighting.

DISTRESS 1 2 3 TEST CH16


ABC DEF

4 IntCom 5 ACK 6 PRINT FILE

100
GHI JKL MNO

100
ALARM

CANCEL INTL
7 USA 8 SCAN 9 DW MENU
ALM STOP PQRS TUV WXYZ

HANDSET VOL/PWR SQL CH


CALL SHIFT LOG
*

MSG 0 HI/L0 # ENT

OFF AUTO

All dimensions in millimeters.


Leave sufficient space at the sides and rear of the unit to provide easy access for
maintenance and service.

Mounting dimensions for tabletop, overhead and bulkhead mounting

1-3
1. MOUNTING

Mounting procedure for flush mount (option)


Requires optional flush mount kit OP05-102 (Code No. 000-054-120). Prepare a cutout in
the mounting location whose dimensions are as shown in the figure below.
Flush mount kit OP05-102
Name Type Code No. Qty
1 Mounting plate 05-093-1211 100-323-160 1
2 Self-tapping screw 5x20 000-802-081 4
3 Hex screw M8x16 000-882-075 2
20 251 #150
14 27 244

30 1
105 1

122 0.5
260 1
280 1
277 0.5

Pilot holes (4 pcs.)

Mounting dimensions for flush mount

VHF Antenna
The antenna requirements
Any good quality antenna meeting the requirements shown below may be used. A high-gain
antenna is preferable.
Frequency range: 155 to 164 MHz
Impedance: 50 ohms
Polarization: Vertical
Handling power: 30 W/ min
Quality: Able to withstand marine environment

Mounting considerations
The antenna should be well separated from nearby antennas, masts, and other interfering
objects.
The higher the antenna is mounted above the horizon, the further the communications
range.

Mounting procedure
The basic mounting procedure for antennas supplied by FURUNO is as follows, however
consult appropriate outline drawing for details.

1. Fasten the antenna bracket to the stanchion.


2. Set the antenna to the antenna bracket and tighten bolts.
3. Screw the coaxial cable plug into the antenna.

1-4
1. MOUNTING

CH70 RX Antenna
The antenna should be well separated from nearby antennas, masts, and other interfering
objects.

The mounting procedure is the same as that for the VHF antenna, however consult
appropriate outline drawing for details.

Handset Hanger
The handset hanger can be mounted at the left side of the transceiver unit. The mounting
location should provide easy access to front panel controls while operating the handset.
Also, the length of the standard handset cable is 50 cm, so locate the handset hanger within
50 cm of the unit. (Longer cables are available optionally.)

Power Supply (option)


For Convention vessels, both AC and DC power must be fed to the FM-8800D/8800S, via
an AC-DC power supply. When AC input fails, DC power is supplied. FURUNO can supply
an AC-DC power supply unit, the PR-240.

Mounting considerations
When selecting a mounting location, keep in mind the following points.
Select a location which provides adequate ventilation.
The location must be clean and dry.
The mounting location must be able to support the weight of the unit (14.5 kg) under the
continued conditions of vibration normally encountered aboard the vessel. If necessary,
reinforce the mounting location.
The PR-240 will affect a magnetic compass if it is placed to near the compass. Observe
the compass safe distance to prevent deviation of a magnetic compass, referring to page
i .

Mounting
Refer to outline drawing.

1-5
1. MOUNTING

Printer (option)
Printer PP-510
To mount the printer, refer to the printer outline drawing at the back of this manual.

1. Select a flat surface.


2. Fix the mounting base to the mounting location with four screws (supplied).
3. Lay the printer on the top of the mounting base and fasten it with the mounting fixtures
(two at each side and one at rear).

Mounting Fixture

Mounting Fixture

Mounting Dimensions 300 (H) x 396 (W) mm

Mounting of Printer PP-510


Printer PP-8800
The printer PP-8800 is flush-mounted in a panel. Refer to the outline drawing at the back of
this manual.

1. Make a cutout of 208(w) x 118(h) mm.


2. Set the printer and fix it with four self-tapping screws (4x16).

Printer Interface (option)


The printer interface IF-8500 is required for the printer PP-510 which is commonly used with
the FM-8800D/S and other MF/HF radio communication equipment. To mount the unit, see
the outline drawing at the back of this manual.

External Loudspeaker (option)


The external loudspeaker can be installed on a tabletop, the overhead or a bulkhead.
Fasten the loudspeaker to the mounting location with self-tapping screws, or nuts, bolts and
washers. For mounting dimensions, see the outline drawing at the back of this manual.

1-6
1. MOUNTING

Junction box IF-8810/ DMC interface IF-8820


Note: DMC interface IF-8820 is not used for Russian version.

To install the remote box RB-8800/RB-8810, wing handset, etc., the junction box IF-8810 is
required. Install the junction box near the transceiver unit. Approx. 3 m cable is preattached
to the junction box to connect to the transceiver unit.

To connect Furunos distress message controller DMC-5, the DMC interface IF-8820
(option) is required.

1. Open the cover.


2. Mount the unit with four self-tapping screws (5x20).
240

100 Note: This plug is not


fitted in IF-8820.

Fixing holes 5mm dia.


Mounting the junction box/DMC interface

1-7
1. MOUNTING

Remote station RB-8800/RB-8810 (option)


Up to four remote stations can be connected in a daisy chain.
Note: For the remote station RB-8800, there are two method of cable entry: bottom-side
entry and rear-side entry. For rear-side entry, make one or two holes of more than 12
mm diameter. For last station in the daisy chain, just one cable entry hole is needed.
1. Remove screws on the handset hanger (four for RB-8800, six for RB-8810).
2. Remove upper chassis of the hanger.
3. Mount the base of the hanger to a bulkhead with self-tapping screws 4x20 (four for
RB-8800), or 4x16 (two for RB-8810).
4. After connecting cables, assemble the remote station.
5. For RB-8800, attach blind seals on the screws.
77 Handset
Cable entry

HS-8800 Screws 4 pcs.


Attach blind seal
on the screws. 20 30 Cover of handset hanger
12

33
12

Handset hanger
63

Nameplate
HG-8800
40

140 0.5
DISTRESS

Cable entry
(Rear) VOLUME

4- 4.5
#150

Fixing holes
40 0.5 40 0.5
Cable entry
(Bottom)

Remote station RB-8800


Hanger
HG-8810
Handset
(77) HS-8800

57

65 Cable entry
12, Cable entry

42
22
(208)

Nameplate
145 0.5
208
#150

2- 4.5
Fixing hole
Hanger Hanger mounting base

Remote station RB-8810

1-8
1. MOUNTING

Outdoor mounting of waterproof-type remote station RB-8810-W


Remote station RB-8810-W (with waterproof-type handset HS-8800-W) can be mounted
outdoors if it is set in a waterproof box. The hanger should be coated as directed below with
silicone sealant for waterproofing.

Note 1: Be sure to use a waterproof box to mount the RB-8810-W outdoors. The
waterproofing category of the RB-8810-W is IEC60529 IP56, however this should
be protected from the weather (IEC 60945).
Note 2: Before sealing with silicone sealant (for waterproofing), do the termination setting
(only for termination device, see page 2-7), connect cables and conduct the
performance test. After sealing, do not open the handset hanger.

1. Fix the mounting base with self-tapping screws. Coat exposed part of these screws with
silicone sealant.
2. Attach the cable from the transceiver unit or junction box. Coat cable around cable
entrance with silicone sealant.
3. Fix the cover of the handset hanger. Coat junction between mounting base and cover
with silicone sealant.

2. Coat all around the cable


at cable entry.

1. Coat self-tapping screws.

3. Coat all around


the junction.

Note: Confirm that plastic washers are


in screw holes before fixing cover.

1-9
1. MOUNTING

VHF console
Install the rack console where the equipment can be easily operated, checked and serviced.
Consult with shipyard personnel and ship's officer-in-charge to determine best location. The
location must satisfy the following points:
Select a location where controls can be easily operated.
Select a location where shock and vibration are minimal.
Locate the console away from water splash and rain.
The temperature and humidity of the location should be both stable and moderate.

Fixing
1. Ask shipyard personnel to tighten six M5 nuts or six M5 bolts to the fixing holes (on the
wall), referring to the outline drawing at the back of this manual.
2. Detach the cover assembly from the console.
3. Hang VHF console on bolts.
4. Screw the console with the bolts or nuts tightly.
5. Attach the cover assembly to the console.

Note: When you connect wires as soon as attaching console, refer to paragragh 2-10.

6. Attach the handset hanger with two screws.


7. To attach the optional emergency lamp, connect the cable to the terminal board, and
then attach the lamp to the console. Refer to the interconnection diagram and out line
drawing.

EMG-1T
190
(371) EMERGENCY LAMP

(371)
75

330
40
170 0.5

HANDSET HANGER
(500)
480
170 0.5

30
145
40

CABLE ENTRY TERMINAL BOARD


#50
30

(REAR)
250
FIXING HOLES
298 0.5 (266)

1-10
2. CONNECTIONS
Overview
The figure below shows where to connect various equipment at the rear of the transceiver
unit.
ANT
Connects antenna. Ground terminal.

24VDC
Connects power
cable.

PRINTER IEC61162-1 (NMEA)/REMOTE EXT SP CH70 RX ANT


Connects printer Connects junction box IF-8810. Connects external Connects DSC
PP-510. loudspeaker. antenna here.

FM-8800D/8800S, rear view

Connection of Power Supply


Convention vessels, 100/220 VAC ships mains
Convention vessels must supply both AC and DC power to the FM-8800D/8800S, via an
AC-DC power supply unit. Both AC and DC are supplied by the AC-DC power supply unit,
and when AC input fails DC power is activated.

Connect the radio battery to the DC IN terminal on the PR-240. Connect the AC ships
mains to the AC IN terminal on the PR-240.

Radio battery (24 VDC)


Attach the connector supplied to the power cable and plug it into the 24VDC connector at
the rear of the transceiver unit. Connect the wire ends to the radio battery line.

2-1
2. CONNECTIONS

Connection of VHF Antenna


The VHF antenna is connected to the transceiver unit with a 50 ohm coaxial cable, type
5D-2V. Be sure to leave some slack in the cable for future service and maintenance.

Lay the coaxial cable and attach an M-type plug to the cable (if necessary) as follows.

1. Remove the sheath by 20 mm.


2. Bare 13 mm of the center conductor. Trim braided shield by 5 mm and tin.
3. Slide coupling ring onto cable.
4. Screw the plug assembly on the cable.
5. Solder plug assembly to braided shield through solder holes. Solder contact sleeve to
conductor.
6. Screw coupling ring into plug assembly.
7. Screw the plug into the ANT connector at the rear of the transceiver unit.

How to attach the M-type plug to the coaxial cable

2-2
2. CONNECTIONS

Connection of DSC Antenna


The DSC antenna is connected to the transceiver unit with a 50 ohm coaxial cable, type
5D-2V. Attach an M-type plug to the cable (if necessary) as shown an page 2-2. Screw the
plug into the CH70 RX ANT connector at the rear of the transceiver unit.

Connection of Handset
Connect the handset cable to the HANDSET connector on the front panel.

Grounding the Transceiver Unit


Fasten a ground wire (local supply) between the GND terminal at the rear of the transceiver
unit and ships hull (or ground bus).

Connecting the Junction Box


The junction box is required to connect a remote station, wing handset, etc. The cable to be
connected with the transceiver unit is prefitted on the junction box at the factory. For
connection of other cables, see the interconnection diagram.

Cable entry Clamp the cable with


U-type cable clamps.

Use one of these nuts for ground terminal between JB and ship's body.
Cable clamp: Clamp shield part of the cables to ground cables.

2-3
2. CONNECTIONS

Connecting the Remote Station without the Junction


Box
The remote station (or DMC Interface, Mic. Receptacle box, etc) can be connected directly
to the transceiver unit, using the D-sub connector supplied as installation materials.
Attach the connector to the cable as follows.

Shield tape (metal)


Fold back the armor,
and then wind the shield
tape along the edge of cable.

Cable clamp

Cable

Connector XM2A-3701 &


Housing case XM2S-3712

Attachment of connector

When the handset HS-2003 is not connected to the


Transceiver unit
When the handset HS-2003 is not connected to the transceiver unit, i.e.,always the remoted
handset is used, the following modification is necessary.

1. Dismount the cover of the transceiver unit by removing four screws at the rear panel and
two screws at the side.
2. Dismount the bottom cover by removing seven screws.

J15

CPU board
05P0773

3. Shorten between #1 and #2 of J15. The handset line of the HANDSET port becomes
always ON HOOK.
4. Assemble the unit.

2-4
2. CONNECTIONS

Connection of AC-DC Power Supply Unit PR-240


The power supply PR-240 is shipped ready for connection to a 200-230 VAC ships mains.
If the ships mains is 100 VAC 115 VAC, change the tap connection and terminal board
connection as below. Attach label supplied as accessories to the punch mark in the front
panel according to the ships mains.

Ships mains Tap connection Terminal board


connection #1 & #2
100-115 VAC SEL 115 V b
200-230 VAC SEL 230 V a

200-230 VAC 100-115 VAC

1 White 1 White

2 Black 2 Black
3 3

Punch mark

(a) (b) Front

SEL
1 115 V
2
3 Heat sink
SEL
4 230 V
5
6
7
8

Tap connection (Pull out to disconnect)


Terminal board connection

Top view of AC/DC power supply unit (cover removed)

2-5
2. CONNECTIONS

Protective earth
Connect IV-2.0sq wire between ships superstructure and the ground terminal on the
PR-240.

CAUTION
Attach protective earth
securely to the ship's body.

The protective earth


(grounding) is required for the
AC/DC power supply unit to
prevent electrical shock.

Attach a label here.

GND terminal

PR-240 Front panel

2-6
2. CONNECTIONS

Jumper Setting for Termination


Note: DMC interface is not used for Russian version.

It is necessary, for termination, to change the jumper setting for remote station or DMC
interface.
Open the unit(s) terminated and change the jumper plugs J2 and J3 to ON position (#2-#3).
(Default setting is OFF position.)

Transceiver Junction Remote Remote Remote Remote


Unit Box Station Station Station Station

Remote
DMC I/F Terminated Unit
Station
Note that up to four remote stations can be connected.

LINE RS-485
TERMINATION TERMINATION
J3 J2
1 3 1 3 J1
ON ON

Set to ON (#2-3)
DISTRESS
05P0782 for termination.
TB1

VOLUME
TB2

Remote station RB-8800

Cable entry

TB1

TB2
J3
3

ON OFF
TERMINATION
05P0798

LINE
1
TERMINATION

3
RS-485

ON OFF

Set to ON (#2-3)
for termination.
1 J2

J1
2- 4.5
Fixing hole

Remote station RB-8810

2-7
2. CONNECTIONS

Remove four screws


to open the unit.

Set jumper plug to ON (#1-2).

05P0778

J4
ON
RS-485
TERMINATION

TB1

DMC Interface IF-8820

2-8
2. CONNECTIONS

2.10 Wire connection of VHF console


1. Remove the cover assembly and printer assembly (or concealing lid) form the console.
For the printer assembly, remove the cables connected at the Transceiver Unit and the
terminal board.
Cover assembly

Binding screw F
M4X10 8 places
Binding screw F
M4X10 4 places

Printer assembly
or Concealing lid

Console

Terminal board

2. Connect the power cable from the ship to the terminal block 1 (+) and 2 (-).
Terminal Board Wiring
1. Wiring conductor

910mm

2. Wiring
1)Insert a screwdriver which blade edge
is 3.5 X 0.5mm to the square hole.
2)Press the screwdriver to arrow direction
to open the spring in the round hole.
3)Insert the wire to the round hole.
4)Remove the screwdriver.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2

Power cable -
from the ship
Square hole

Round hole

Terminal board

3. Connect the ground wire from ship to each ground terminal for the transceiver unit and
the junction box.
4. Connect cables from external equipments to the junction box.
5. Fix the printer assembly (or concealing lid) and the cover assembly.

2-9
2. CONNECTIONS

This page is intentionally left blank.

2-10
3. ASSEMBLING CONSOLE KIT
A VHF console kit is required to mount the Transceiver Unit in the field. There are two types
as shown below.

VHF console kit


Type Code No. Remarks
RC-8800-N-75BG 000-054-125 Without printer
RC-8800-A-75BG 000-054-126 With printer

Assembling the Console Kit


1. Remove the cover assembly, the panel assembly and the printer assembly (or
concealing lid) from the console. For the printer assembly, remove the cable connected
to the terminal board.
Cover assembly

Binding screw F
M4X10 8 places

Binding screw F
M4X10 4 places

Printer assembly
(or Concealing lid

Remove screws( )and


detach the panel assembly.

Console

Panel assembly

3-1
2. Fix the panel assembly to the Transceiver Unit with binding screws (use original binding
screws of the Transceiver Unit). Refer to the figure below.
3. Screw in hex bolts M8x16 and flat washers loosely at both sides of the Transceiver Unit.
Panel assembly

Binding screw M4 2 places


(Use the original screws
of the Transceiver Unit.)

Washer M8
2 places

Hex bolt M8X16


2 places (faster loosely)

4. Set the Transceiver Unit to the console, remove the grommets from the console and fix
the Transceiver Unit with hex bolts using the holes formerly occupied by the grommets.

Hex head screws


Connecter
Insert console upside down. Close the hole with grommets
lastly.
Mounting of Connecter
the Transceiver Unit

Mounting
plate
Flat washer
Transceiver
Unit

Fix Mounting Plate


between washers.

5. Connect connector from the fuse to the power connector derived from the Transceiver
Unit.

3-2
6. Replace the cable attached to junction box with the cable (55 cm, 37-pin D sub) supplied
with the console kit.
Replace the original cable
A with the cable assembly
DSUB37M-PHX3-L550.

Junction box
(without cover)

PH Connector PH Connector PH Connector


10P 12P 14P
J1 J2 J3

2 3

Crimp-on lug

A View

7. Connect the cable (37-pin D sub) attached to the junction box to the Transceiver Unit
and then mount the junction box on the console.
Binding screw F
M4X8 4 places

Cover

Screw B
M4X104 places

Mounting plate

3-3
Junction box
Grommets 2 places

8. For the console w/printer, connect the printer cable for data transmission to the
PRINTER port of the Transceiver Unit and fix the power cable to the terminal board as
before. Then, fix the printer assembly to the console. For no printer, fasten the
concealing lid to the console.

Printer
W/ Printer
Printer cable

J2

Insert the mounting plate


for printer to the catch of the console

View

9. Fasten the cover assembly.

NOTE: If the console assembly is to be mounted on the hull, refer to paragraghs 1-9 and
2-10.

3-4
FM-8800(S/D)-(J/E/F)-HS-N 05EC-X-9851 -6 1/1

NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY

UNIT DOCUMENT


FM-8800S/D 1 OS*-56420-* 1
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SPARE PARTS SP05-05501


IM*-56420-* 1
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SPARE PARTS
005-377-820-00 OM*-56420-* 1
ACCESSORIES FP05-05700 OPERATOR'S MANUAL
000-149-929-0* **
(VHF/MF)
HS-2003-15 1 *52-00101-* 1
HANDSET VHF/MF DISTRESS ALERT
000-054-223-00 FLOW 000-809-269-0* **

FP05-05510 1 TIC-56420-* 1
BRACKET FOR HANDSET DISTRESS PROCEDURE
005-951-790-00 000-149-935-0*

FP05-05511 1
ACCESSORIES
005-951-920-00

INSTALLATION MATERIALS CP05-09900

05S9371-2 1
CABLE ASSY.
000-151-711-12

CP05-09901 1
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
005-377-800-00
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/
A-1

DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY. TWO TYPES AND CODES MAY BE LISTED FOR AN ITEM. THE LOWER PRODUCT MAY BE SHIPPED IN PLACE OF THE
UPPER PRODUCT. QUALITY IS THE SAME. 05EC-X-9851
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NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY

UNIT
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CABLE ASSY.
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TRANSCEIVER UNIT INSTALLATION MATERIALS
000-054-225-00 ** CP05-08701

IF-8810 1 CP05-08701 1
JUNCTION BOX INSTALLATION MATERIALS
000-054-219-00 005-949-280-00

SPARE PARTS DOCUMENT


SP05-05501 1 TIC-56420-* 1
SPARE PARTS DISTRESS PROCEDURE
005-377-820-00 000-149-935-0*

ACCESSORIES FP05-05700
OS*-56420-* 1
OPERATOR'S GUIDE
FP05-05511 1 000-149-933-0* **
ACCESSORIES
005-951-920-00 IM*-56420-* 1
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005-951-790-00 OM*-56420-* 1
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
HS-2003-15 1 000-149-929-0* **
HANDSET (VHF/MF)
000-054-223-00 *52-00101-* 1
INSTALLATION MATERIALS CP05-09900 VHF/MF DISTRESS ALERT
FLOW 000-809-269-0* **

CP05-09901 1
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
005-377-800-00
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CODE NUMBER ENDING WITH "**" INDICATES THE CODE NUMBER OF REPRESENTATIVE MATERIAL.
A-2

DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY. TWO TYPES AND CODES MAY BE LISTED FOR AN ITEM. THE LOWER PRODUCT MAY BE SHIPPED IN PLACE OF THE
UPPER PRODUCT. QUALITY IS THE SAME. 05EC-X-9856
FM-8800(S/D)-(J/E/F)-MIC-N 05EC-X-9858 -4 1/1

NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY
UNIT
OS*-56420-* 1

FM-8800S/D 1 OPERATOR'S GUIDE


000-149-933-0*
TRANSCEIVER UNIT
000-054-225-00 **
IM*-56420-* 1
SPARE PARTS
INSTALLATION MANUAL
000-149-931-0*
SP05-05501 1

SPARE PARTS OM*-56420-* 1
005-377-820-00 OPERATOR'S MANUAL
ACCESSORIES FP05-05710 000-149-929-0*

DM-2003-F 1
MICROPHONE
005-377-760-00
INSTALLATION MATERIALS CP05-09900

CP05-09901 1
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
005-377-800-00

05S9371-2 1
CABLE ASSY.
000-151-711-12
DOCUMENT

(VHF/MF)
*52-00101-* 1
VHF/MF DISTRESS ALERT
FLOW 000-809-269-0*

TIC-56420-* 1
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000-149-935-0*
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A-3

DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY. TWO TYPES AND CODES MAY BE LISTED FOR AN ITEM. THE LOWER PRODUCT MAY BE SHIPPED IN PLACE OF THE
UPPER PRODUCT. QUALITY IS THE SAME. 05EC-X-9858
FM-8800(S/D)-(J/E/F)-MIC-A 05EC-X-9859 -4 1/1

NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY
UNIT DOCUMENT

(VHF/MF)
FM-8800S/D 1 *52-00101-* 1
TRANSCEIVER UNIT VHF/MF DISTRESS ALERT
000-054-225-00 ** FLOW 000-809-269-0*

IF-8810 1 TIC-56420-* 1
JUNCTION BOX DISTRESS PROCEDURE
000-054-219-00 000-149-935-0*
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OS*-56420-* 1

SP05-05501 1 OPERATOR'S GUIDE


000-149-933-0*
SPARE PARTS
005-377-820-00
IM*-56420-* 1
ACCESSORIES FP05-05710
INSTALLATION MANUAL
000-149-931-0*
DM-2003-F 1

MICROPHONE OM*-56420-* 1
005-377-760-00 OPERATOR'S MANUAL
INSTALLATION MATERIALS CP05-09900 000-149-929-0*

CP05-09901 1
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
005-377-800-00

05S9371-2 1
CABLE ASSY.
000-151-711-12
INSTALLATION MATERIALS

CP05-08701 1
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
005-949-280-00
-[**]
CODE NUMBER ENDING WITH "**" INDICATES THE CODE NUMBER OF REPRESENTATIVE MATERIAL.

/
A-4

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NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY

UNIT DOCUMENT


FM-8800S-R 1 TIC-56420-* 1
TRANSCEIVER UNIT DISTRESS PROCEDURE
000-054-404-00 000-149-935-0*

SPARE PARTS SP05-05501


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005-377-820-00 IME-56420-* 1
ACCESSORIES FP05-05700 INSTALLATION MANUAL
000-149-932-0*

FP05-05511 1 OSE-56420-* 1
ACCESSORIES OPERATOR'S GUIDE
005-951-920-00 000-149-934-0*
(VHF/MF)
FP05-05510 1 E52-00101-* 1
BRACKET FOR HANDSET VHF/MF DISTRESS ALERT
005-951-790-00 FLOW 000-809-270-0*

HS-2003-15 1
HANDSET
000-054-223-00

INSTALLATION MATERIALS CP05-09900

CP05-09901 1
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
005-377-800-00

05S9371-2 1
CABLE ASSY.
000-151-711-12
A-16

DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY. TWO TYPES AND CODES MAY BE LISTED FOR AN ITEM. THE LOWER PRODUCT MAY BE SHIPPED IN PLACE OF THE
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NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY
UNIT
IME-56420-* 1

FM-8800S-R 1 INSTALLATION MANUAL


000-149-932-0*
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000-054-404-00
OME-56421-* 1
SPARE PARTS SP05-05501
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
000-161-430-0*
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SPARE PARTS TIC-56420-* 1
005-377-820-00 DISTRESS PROCEDURE
ACCESSORIES FP05-05710 000-149-935-0*

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MICROPHONE
005-377-760-00
INSTALLATION MATERIALS CP05-09900

CP05-09901 1
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
005-377-800-00

05S9371-2 1
CABLE ASSY.
000-151-711-12
DOCUMENT

(VHF/MF)
E52-00101-* 1
VHF/MF DISTRESS ALERT
FLOW 000-809-270-0*

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000-149-934-0*
A-17

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UPPER PRODUCT. QUALITY IS THE SAME. 05EC-X-9865
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NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY
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IF-8810 1 INSTALLATION MATERIALS


005-377-800-00
JUNCTION BOX INSTALLATION MATERIALS
000-054-219-00 CP05-08701

FM-8800S-R 1 CP05-08701 1
TRANSCEIVER UNIT INSTALLATION MATERIALS
000-054-404-00 005-949-280-00
SPARE PARTS DOCUMENT


SP05-05501 1 TIC-56420-* 1
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005-377-820-00 000-149-935-0*
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HS-2003-15 1 OPERATOR'S MANUAL


000-161-430-0*
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000-054-223-00
IME-56420-* 1

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000-149-932-0*
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005-951-790-00
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FP05-05511 1 OPERATOR'S GUIDE


000-149-934-0*
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005-951-920-00 (VHF/MF)
E52-00101-* 1
INSTALLATION MATERIALS CP05-09900
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FLOW 000-809-270-0*
05S9371-2 1
CABLE ASSY.
000-151-711-12
A-18

DIMENSIONS IN DRAWING FOR REFERENCE ONLY. TWO TYPES AND CODES MAY BE LISTED FOR AN ITEM. THE LOWER PRODUCT MAY BE SHIPPED IN PLACE OF THE
UPPER PRODUCT. QUALITY IS THE SAME. 05EC-X-9866
FM-8800S-R-MIC-A 05EC-X-9867 -0 1/1

NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY NAME OUTLINE DESCRIPTION/CODE Q'TY
UNIT DOCUMENT

(VHF/MF)
IF-8810 1 E52-00101-* 1
JUNCTION BOX VHF/MF DISTRESS ALERT
000-054-219-00 FLOW 000-809-270-0*

FM-8800S-R 1 OSE-56420-* 1
TRANSCEIVER UNIT OPERATOR'S GUIDE
000-054-404-00 000-149-934-0*
SPARE PARTS SP05-05501
IME-56420-* 1

SP05-05501 1 INSTALLATION MANUAL


000-149-932-0*
SPARE PARTS
005-377-820-00
OME-56421-* 1
ACCESSORIES FP05-05710
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000-161-430-0*
DM-2003-F 1

MICROPHONE TIC-56420-* 1
005-377-760-00 DISTRESS PROCEDURE
INSTALLATION MATERIALS CP05-09900 000-149-935-0*

CP05-09901 1
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
005-377-800-00

05S9371-2 1
CABLE ASSY.
000-151-711-12
INSTALLATION MATERIALS CP05-08701

CP05-08701 1
INSTALLATION MATERIALS
005-949-280-00
A-19

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Dec.26'03
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Dec.26'06 R.Esumi
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1 2 3 4 5 6 S-1


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T/R *2 IF-8810 TXD-H 1 CO-0.2x2P (*2)
ANTENNA FOR T/R ANT FM-8800D/S NAVIGATOR/PLOTTER
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P
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5 7
A 2 NC 6
P
6 F.GND 8
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HANDSET P P HANDSET *2
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1 S.GND MIC RECEPTACLE HS-6000FZ-5
P P
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P
4 MIC-C EXT.ALM-N 11 1 0V 14 YEL 7
P
5 HS SP-H 0V 12 2 F.GND 15 Wing Mic
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P
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P HS-6000FZ-11
W_SP1-C 16 6 W_SP2-H 18 BLK 2 MIC RECEPTACLE 3
P HS-6000FZ-5
W_PTT1-N 17 7 W_SP2-C 19 YEL 3 BOX 4
P
3.5 SPKR 0V 18 8 W_PTT2-N 20
P
WHT 4 RBD-VHF(B) *2 5
2.8m 0V 0V 21
EXT. SPEAKER SP-H 19 9 YEL 7
P
SEM-21Q *2 SP-C 0V 20 10 F.GND 22
0V 21 11 *1
P TTYCS-1,MAX.20m HANDSET HANDSET
0V 22 12 VDR AF-H 23 VDR HS-8800/8800W *2 HS-8800/8800W *2
J3 VDR AF-C 24
VDR AF-H 23 1 NOT USED_1 25 *4
B VDR AF-C 24
P
2 NOT USED_2 26
05S9371,3m 15A
24VDC 24VDC(+) DATA-A F.GND 27

10

10
RED 25 3

1
P 50m
*2 TOTAL *2
BLK 24VDC(-) DATA-B 26 4 50m OR LESS TO TERMINATE TB1 TB2 05S0309 TB1 TB2 *5
05S0309
LINE OUT-H 27 5 +15VDC 28 () WHT[B] 1 1 () WHT[B] 1 1
P P 2 2 REMOTE STATION
LINE OUT-C 28 6 0V 29 () BLK[B] 2 () BLK[B] 2
*1 REMOTE STATION REMOTE STATION RB-8800/8810/8810W
100-115/ LINE IN-H 29 7 DATA-A 30 GRN 3 RB-8800/8810/8810W 3 GRN 3 RB-8800/8810/8810W 3 <No.3/No.4>
P P
200-230VAC DPYC-1.5 AC DC + LINE IN-C 30 8 DATA-B 31 BLU 4 <No.1> *2 *3 4 BLU 4 <No.2> *2 *3 4
1,50/60Hz IN AC/DC OUT - W_MIC2-H 31 9 LINE IN-H 32 RED 5 LINE IN-H 5 RED 5 5
*1 P P
W_MIC2-C 32 10 LINE IN-C 33 BRN 6 LINE IN-C 6 BRN 6 6
DPYC-4
24VDC + DC AC/DC POWER W_SP2-H 33 11 LINE OUT-H 34 YEL 7 LINE OUT-H 7 YEL 7 7
SUPPLY UNIT 17JE-23250 PRINTER P P
- IN PR-240 W_SP2-C 34 12 LINE OUT-C 35 ORG 8 LINE OUT-C 8 ORG 8 8
-02(D8C)
1 W_PTT2-N 35 13 F.GND 36 SHIELD G SHIELD G
P *4
0V 36 14 NC 37 50m *2
PE *1 *2 TOTAL 50m OR LESS TO TERMINATE
-20N(D8) 16S0184,3m

25 F.GND 37 05S0309
IV-2sq. 05S0309 TB1
GND +15VDC 38 () WHT[B] 1 11 () WHT[B] 1
P DMC I/F
0V 39 () BLK[B] 2
IF-8820 *2
12 () BLK[B] 2 HANDSET *2
*1 DATA-A 40 GRN 3 13 GRN 3 REMOTE STATION HS-8800/8800W
IV-2sq. P RB-8800/8810/8810W
57FE-30360

DATA-B 41 BLU 4 14 BLU 4 *2


LINE IN-H 42 RED 5 15 RED 5 *5
P
LINE IN-C 43 BRN 6 16 BRN 6
C LINE OUT-H 44 YEL 7 17 YEL 7 REMOTE STATION
P RB-8800/8810/8810W
LINE OUT-C 45 ORG 8 18 ORG 8
36
1

RM12BPE-3S J1 F.GND 46 SHIELD 9 F.GND F.GND 19 SHIELD G


24VDC VCTF0.75x3C,5m NC *4 10 NC
RED 1 24V+ 47
(16S0084) PRINTER NC 48
BLK 2 0V
WHT 3 GND PP-510 *2 *2 TB1/TB2
*1 TXD-H 20 CO-0.2x2P,MAX.30m 1 TXD-H

IV-1.25sq. P DISTRESS MESSAGE
TXD-C 21 2 TXD-C
RXD-H 22 3 RXD-H CONTROLLER
P DMC-5
OR RXD-C 23 4 RXD-C
F.GND 24 5 F.GND
36
1

FM14-2S
24VDC VCTF0.75x2C,3m
WHT 1 (+)
(05S0441) PRINTER *2
BLK 2 (-)
PP-8800A *1
IV-1.25sq.

CO-0.2x2P: CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x2P,10.5


CO-0.2x5P: CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x5P,13.5
NOTE DRAWN TITLE
*1 May 15 '07 T.YAMASAKI FM-8800D/S
*1. SHIPYARD SUPPLY
*2 CHECKED
*2. OPTION May 15 '07 T.TAKENO

VHF
*34 *3. MAX. 4 SETS AVAILABLE APPROVED
*4 *4. GROUND THROUGH CABLE CLAMP. May 17'07 R.Esumi
*5J2,J3ON *5. CONNECT JUMPERS (J2 & J3) ON TERMINATED REMOTE STATION. SCALE MASS NAME
kg VHF RADIOTELEPHONE
*680mA50V *6. NORMAL CLOSE, FLOATING, MAX80mA, WITHSTAND VOLTAGE 50V. DWG No.
C5642-C01- M INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
1 2 3 4 5 6
S-2


TRANSCEIVER UNIT JUNCTION BOX TTYCS-4(*1) OR /
T/R *2 IF-8810 TXD-H 1 CO-0.2x2P (*2)
ANTENNA FOR T/R ANT FM-8800D/S NAVIGATOR/PLOTTER
*1 IEC61162-1(NMEA)/REMOTE XM2A-3701 P
M-P-7 J1 J1 TXD-C 2
RG-10/UY +15VDC 1 RXD-H
1 1 3
P P
2 +15VDC 2 2 RXD-C 4
CH70 WR *2 *1
A ANTENNA FOR CH70 WR CH70 RX ANT +15VDC 3
P
3 F.GND 5 *4
*1 +15VDC 4 4 EXT.ALM-N TTYCS-1,MAX.20m
M-P-7 J2 6 EXTERNAL ALARM
RG-10/UY 1 NC 5 *6 0V
5 7 *2 Wing Mic
P *4 CO-0.2x5P,MAX.20m
2 NC 6 6 F.GND 8
TXD-H 7 7 W_MIC1-H 9 RED TB1 1
HANDSET P P HANDSET *2
TXD-C 8 8 W_MIC1-C 10 YEL 1 2
HANDSET RXD-H 9 9 W_SP1-H BLK 2 3 HS-6000FZ-11
1 S.GND 11 MIC RECEPTACLE
P P HS-6000FZ-5
HS-2003 2 PTT SW-N RXD-C 10 10 W_SP1-C 12 YEL 3 BOX 4
3 MIC-H J2 W_PTT1-N 13 WHT 4 RBD-VHF(B) *2 5
P
4 MIC-C EXT.ALM-N 11 1 0V 14 YEL 7
P
5 HS SP-H 0V 12 2 F.GND 15 Wing Mic
*2
6 HOOK SW-N W_MIC1-H 13 3 CO-0.2x5P,MAX.20m
P
7 +5V W_MIC1-C 14 4 W_MIC2-H 16 RED TB1 1
P HANDSET *2
8 F.GND W_SP1-H 15 5 W_MIC2-C 17 YEL 1 2
P HS-6000FZ-11
W_SP1-C 16 6 W_SP2-H 18 BLK 2 MIC RECEPTACLE 3
P HS-6000FZ-5
W_PTT1-N 17 7 W_SP2-C 19 YEL 3 BOX 4
P
3.5 SPKR 0V 18 8 W_PTT2-N 20
P
WHT 4 RBD-VHF(B) *2 5
2.8m 0V 0V 21
EXT. SPEAKER SP-H 19 9 YEL 7
P
SEM-21Q *2 SP-C 0V 20 10 F.GND 22
0V 21 11 *1
P TTYCS-1,MAX.20m HANDSET HANDSET
B 0V 22 12 VDR AF-H 23 VDR HS-8800/8800W *2 HS-8800/8800W *2
J3 VDR AF-C 24
VDR AF-H 23 1 NOT USED_1 25 *4
P
VDR AF-C 24 2 NOT USED_2 26
DATA-A F.GND 27

10

10
25 3

1
GND P 50m
*2 TOTAL *2
*1 DATA-B 26 4 TB1 TB2 05S0309 TB1 TB2
IV-2sq. 05S0309
50m OR LESS TO TERMINATE *5
LINE OUT-H 27 5 +15VDC 28 () WHT[B] 1 1 () WHT[B] 1 1
P P 2 2 REMOTE STATION
LINE OUT-C 28 6 0V 29 () BLK[B] 2 () BLK[B] 2
REMOTE STATION REMOTE STATION RB-8800/8810/8810W
LINE IN-H 29 7 DATA-A 30 GRN 3 RB-8800/8810/8810W 3 GRN 3 RB-8800/8810/8810W 3
P P <No.3/No.4>
LINE IN-C 30 8 DATA-B 31 BLU 4 <No.1> *2 *3 4 BLU 4 <No.2> *2 *3 4
*1 TB1 CB 15A W_MIC2-H 31 9 LINE IN-H 32 RED 5 LINE IN-H 5 RED 5 5
DPYC-2.5 P P
24VDC 1 RED 24VDC(+) W_MIC2-C 32 10 LINE IN-C 33 BRN 6 LINE IN-C 6 BRN 6 6
2 BLK 24VDC(-) W_SP2-H 33 11 LINE OUT-H 34 YEL 7 LINE OUT-H 7 YEL 7 7
P P
3 W_SP2-C 34 12 LINE OUT-C 35 ORG 8 LINE OUT-C 8 ORG 8 8
4 W_PTT2-N 35 13 F.GND 36 SHIELD G SHIELD G
P *4
PRINTER

5 0V 36 14 NC 37 50m *2
EMERGENCY LAMP 6 F.GND 37 *2 TOTAL 50m OR LESS TO TERMINATE
05S0309
05S0309
EMG-1T *2 7 +15VDC 38 () WHT[B] 1 11 () WHT[B] 1 TB1
P2 P DMC I/F 2
8 0V 2 HANDSET *2
25

39 () BLK[B] 12 () BLK[B]
1

DATA-A 40 GRN 3
IF-8820 *2 13 GRN 3 REMOTE STATION HS-8800/8800W
J2 P RB-8800/8810/8810W
DATA-B 41 BLU 4 14 BLU 4
C LINE IN-H 42 RED 5 15 RED 5
*2
*5
P
LINE IN-C 43 BRN 6 16 BRN 6
LINE OUT-H 44 YEL 7 17 YEL 7 REMOTE STATION
36

S1 P RB-8800/8810/8810W
J2

J3 LINE OUT-C 45 ORG 8 18 ORG 8


3 24V I/F F.GND 46 SHIELD 9 F.GND F.GND 19 SHIELD G
2 05P0541 NC 47 *4 10 NC
1 0V NC 48
J1

*2
40

TB1/TB2
1

*1 TXD-H 20 CO-0.2x2P,MAX.30m 1 TXD-H



IV-1.25sq. P DISTRESS MESSAGE
TXD-C 21 2 TXD-C
RXD-H 22 3 RXD-H CONTROLLER
40

P
J2

RXD-C 23 4 RXD-C DMC-5


F.GND 24 5 F.GND
PRINTER
UTP-80FK
RACK CONSOLE

CO-0.2x2P: CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x2P,10.5


CO-0.2x5P: CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x5P,13.5
DRAWN TITLE
NOTE Jan. 29 '07 T.YAMASAKI RC-8800D/S-A (FM-8800D/S)
*1 *1. SHIPYARD SUPPLY CHECKED
*2 *2. OPTION Jan. 29 '07 T.TAKENO

VHF
*34 APPROVED
*3. MAX. 4 SETS AVAILABLE Feb.2'07 R.Esumi
*4 *4. GROUND THROUGH CABLE CLAMP. SCALE MASS NAME
*5J2,J3ON *5. CONNECT JUMPERS (J2 & J3) ON TERMINATED REMOTE STATION. kg VHF RADIOTELEPHONE (RACK CONSOLE)
*680mA50V *6. NORMAL CLOSE, FLOATING, MAX80mA, WITHSTAND VOLTAGE 50V. DWG No.
C5642-C02- F INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
S-3
1 2 3 4 5 6


T/R *2 TRANSCEIVER UNIT
ANTENNA FOR T/R ANT FM-8800D/S
*1 IEC61162-1(NMEA)/REMOTE XM2A-3701
RG-10/UY M-P-7 J1
1 +15VDC 2
2 +15VDC 3
CH70 WR *2 +15VDC 4
ANTENNA FOR CH70 WR CH70 RX ANT
*1 NC 5
RG-10/UY M-P-7 J2
1 NC 6 TTYCS-4(*1) OR /
A 2 TXD-H 7 CO-0.2x2P (*2)
P NAVIGATOR/PLOTTER
TXD-C 8
HANDSET RXD-H 9
HANDSET P *1
1 S.GND RXD-C 10
EXT.ALM-N 11 TTYCS-1,MAX.20m
HS-2003 2 PTT SW-N EXTERNAL ALARM
3 MIC-H *5 0V 12
*2
4 MIC-C CO-0.2x5P,MAX.20m
5 HS SP-H W_MIC1-H 13 RED TB1 1
P HANDSET *2
6 HOOK SW-N W_MIC1-C 14 YEL 1 2
W_SP1-H BLK 2 3 HS-6000FZ-11
7 +5V 15 MIC RECEPTACLE HS-6000FZ-5
P
8 F.GND W_SP1-C 16 YEL 3 BOX 4
W_PTT1-N 17 WHT 4 5 Wing Mic
P RBD-VHF(B) *2
0V 18 YEL 7
3.5 SPKR 0V 20
2.8m 0V
EXT. SPEAKER SP-H 21
SP-C 0V 22 *1
SEM-21Q *2 TTYCS-1,MAX.20m
VDR AF-H 23 VDR
VDR AF-C 24 50m
*2 TOTAL 50m OR LESS TO TERMINATE
05S9371,3m 15A 05S0309
24VDC 24VDC(+) +15VDC 1 () WHT[B] 1
B RED
BLK 24VDC(-) 0V 19
P
() BLK[B] 2
DMC I/F
DATA-A 25 GRN 3
IF-8820 *2
*1 P
100-115/ DATA-B 26 BLU 4
200-230VAC DPYC-1.5 LINE OUT-H *2
AC DC + 27
P
RED 5 TB1/TB2

1,50/60Hz IN LINE OUT-C TXD-H CO-0.2x2P,MAX.30m TXD-H
AC/DC OUT - 28 BRN 6 20 1
*1 P DISTRESS MESSAGE
LINE IN-H 29 YEL 7 TXD-C 21 2 TXD-C
DPYC-4 AC/DC POWER P CONTROLLER
24VDC + DC LINE IN-C 30 ORG 8 RXD-H 22 3 RXD-H
SUPPLY UNIT P DMC-5
- IN SHIELD 9 F.GND RXD-C 23 4 RXD-C
PR-240
10 NC F.GND 24 5 F.GND

PE *1 *2
IV-2sq. CO-0.2x5P,MAX.20m
W_MIC2-H 31 RED TB1 1
17JE-23250 PRINTER P HANDSET *2
W_MIC2-C 32 YEL 1 2
16S0184,3m -02(D8C) 1 HS-6000FZ-11
57FE-30360

W_SP2-H 33 BLK 2 MIC RECEPTACLE 3


P HS-6000FZ-5
-20N(D8)

W_SP2-C 34 YEL 3 BOX 4


25 W_PTT2-N 35 WHT 4 5 Wing Mic
P RBD-VHF(B) *2
0V 36 YEL 7
F.GND 37
36
1

RM12BPE-3S J1 GND
24VDC VCTF0.75x3C,5m
1 24V+
C (16S0084)
RED
BLK 2 0V PRINTER *1
PP-510 *2 IV-2sq.
WHT 3 GND

OR

36
1

FM14-2S
24VDC VCTF0.75x2C,3m (+)
WHT 1
(05S0441) PRINTER *2
BLK 2 (-)
PP-8800A *1
IV-1.25sq.

CO-0.2x2P: CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x2P,10.5


CO-0.2x5P: CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x5P,13.5
DRAWN TITLE
May 15 '07 T.YAMASAKI FM-8800D/S
NOTE
*1 CHECKED
*1. SHIPYARD SUPPLY May 15 '07 T.TAKENO

VHF
*2 *2. OPTION APPROVED
*34 *3. MAX. 4 SETS AVAILABLE May 17'07R.Esumi
*4 *4. GROUND THROUGH CABLE CLAMP. SCALE MASS NAME
kg VHF RADIOTELEPHONE (W/O JUNCTION BOX)
*580mA50V *5. NORMAL CLOSE, FLOATING, MAX80mA, WITHSTAND VOLTAGE 50V. DWG No.
C5642-C03- E INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
1 2 3 4 5 6
S-4


TRANSCEIVER UNIT JUNCTION BOX TTYCS-4(*1) OR /
T/R *2 IF-8810 TXD-H 1 CO-0.2x2P (*2)
ANTENNA FOR T/R ANT FM-8800D/S NAVIGATOR/PLOTTER
*1 IEC61162-1(NMEA)/REMOTE XM2A-3701 P
M-P-7 J1 J1 TXD-C 2
RG-10/UY +15VDC 1 RXD-H
1 1 3
P P
2 +15VDC 2 2 RXD-C 4
CH70 WR *2 *1
A ANTENNA FOR CH70 WR CH70 RX ANT +15VDC 3
P
3 F.GND 5 *4
*1 +15VDC 4 4 EXT.ALM-N TTYCS-1,MAX.20m
M-P-7 J2 6 EXTERNAL ALARM
RG-10/UY 1 NC 5 *6 0V
5 7 *2 Wing Mic
P *4 CO-0.2x5P,MAX.20m
2 NC 6 6 F.GND 8
TXD-H 7 7 W_MIC1-H 9 RED TB1 1
HANDSET P P HANDSET *2
TXD-C 8 8 W_MIC1-C 10 YEL 1 2
HANDSET RXD-H 9 9 W_SP1-H BLK 2 MIC RECEPTACLE 3 HS-6000FZ-11
1 S.GND 11
P P HS-6000FZ-5
HS-2003 2 PTT SW-N RXD-C 10 10 W_SP1-C 12 YEL 3 BOX 4
3 MIC-H J2 W_PTT1-N 13 WHT 4 RBD-VHF(B) *2 5
P
4 MIC-C EXT.ALM-N 11 1 0V 14 YEL 7
P
5 HS SP-H 0V 12 2 F.GND 15 Wing Mic
*2
6 HOOK SW-N W_MIC1-H 13 3 CO-0.2x5P,MAX.20m
P
7 +5V W_MIC1-C 14 4 W_MIC2-H 16 RED TB1 1
P HANDSET *2
8 F.GND W_SP1-H 15 5 W_MIC2-C 17 YEL 1 2
P HS-6000FZ-11
W_SP1-C 16 6 W_SP2-H 18 BLK 2 MIC RECEPTACLE 3
P HS-6000FZ-5
W_PTT1-N 17 7 W_SP2-C 19 YEL 3 BOX 4
P
3.5 SPKR 0V 18 8 W_PTT2-N 20
P
WHT 4 RBD-VHF(B) *2 5
2.8m 0V 0V 21
EXT. SPEAKER SP-H 19 9 YEL 7
P
SEM-21Q *2 SP-C 0V 20 10 F.GND 22
0V 21 11 *1
P TTYCS-1,MAX.20m HANDSET HANDSET
B 0V 22 12 VDR AF-H 23 VDR HS-8800/8800W *2 HS-8800/8800W *2
J3 VDR AF-C 24
VDR AF-H 23 1 NOT USED_1 25 *4
P
VDR AF-C 24 2 NOT USED_2 26
DATA-A F.GND 27

10

10
25 3

1
GND P 50m
*2 TOTAL *2
*1 DATA-B 26 4 TB1 TB2 TB1 TB2
IV-2sq. 05S0309
50m OR LESS TO TERMINATE 05S0309 *5
LINE OUT-H 27 5 +15VDC 28 () WHT[B] 1 1 () WHT[B] 1 1
P P 2 2 REMOTE STATION
LINE OUT-C 28 6 0V 29 () BLK[B] 2 () BLK[B] 2
REMOTE STATION REMOTE STATION RB-8800/8810/8810W
LINE IN-H 29 7 DATA-A 30 GRN 3 RB-8800/8810/8810W 3 GRN 3 RB-8800/8810/8810W 3
P P <No.3/No.4>
LINE IN-C 30 8 DATA-B 31 BLU 4 <No.1> *2 *3 4 BLU 4 <No.2> *2 *3 4
*1 TB1 CB 15A W_MIC2-H 31 9 LINE IN-H 32 RED 5 LINE IN-H 5 RED 5 5
DPYC-2.5 P P
24VDC 1 RED 24VDC(+) W_MIC2-C 32 10 LINE IN-C 33 BRN 6 LINE IN-C 6 BRN 6 6
2 BLK 24VDC(-) W_SP2-H 33 11 LINE OUT-H 34 YEL 7 LINE OUT-H 7 YEL 7 7
P P
3 W_SP2-C 34 12 LINE OUT-C 35 ORG 8 LINE OUT-C 8 ORG 8 8
4 W_PTT2-N 35 13 F.GND 36 SHIELD G SHIELD G
P *4
PRINTER

5 0V 36 14 NC 37 50m *2
EMERGENCY LAMP 6 F.GND 37 *2 TOTAL 50m OR LESS TO TERMINATE
05S0309
05S0309
EMG-1T *2 7 +15VDC 38 () WHT[B] 1 11 () WHT[B] 1 TB1
P DMC I/F 2
8 0V 2 HANDSET *2
25

39 () BLK[B] 12 () BLK[B]
1

DATA-A 40 GRN 3
IF-8820 *2 13 GRN 3 REMOTE STATION HS-8800/8800W
P RB-8800/8810/8810W
DATA-B 41 BLU 4 14 BLU 4
C LINE IN-H 42 RED 5 15 RED 5 *2
*5
P
LINE IN-C 43 BRN 6 16 BRN 6
LINE OUT-H 44 YEL 7 17 YEL 7 REMOTE STATION
36

S1 P RB-8800/8810/8810W
J2

J3 LINE OUT-C 45 ORG 8 18 ORG 8


3 24V F.GND 46 SHIELD 9 F.GND F.GND 19 SHIELD G
2
I/F NC 47 *4 10 NC
1 0V
05P0541 NC 48
*2 TB1/TB2
J7

J6

*1 TXD-H 20 CO-0.2x2P,MAX.30m 1 TXD-H



40
1
2
3
4

IV-1.25sq. P DISTRESS MESSAGE


TXD-C 21 2 TXD-C
RXD-H 22 3 RXD-H CONTROLLER
P DMC-5
RXD-C 23 4 RXD-C
40

1
J2

F.GND 24 5 F.GND

PRINTER
UTP-58E
RACK CONSOLE

CO-0.2x2P: CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x2P,10.5


CO-0.2x5P: CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x5P,13.5
DRAWN TITLE
NOTE Jan. 29 '07 T.YAMASAKI RC-8800D/S-B (FM-8800D/S)
*1 *1. SHIPYARD SUPPLY CHECKED
*2 *2. OPTION Jan. 29 '07 T.TAKENO

VHF
*34 *3. MAX. 4 SETS AVAILABLE APPROVED

*4 Feb.2'07 R.Esumi
*4. GROUND THROUGH CABLE CLAMP. SCALE MASS NAME
*5J2,J3ON *5. CONNECT JUMPERS (J2 & J3) ON TERMINATED REMOTE STATION. kg VHF RADIOTELEPHONE (RACK CONSOLE)
*680mA50V *6. NORMAL CLOSE, FLOATING, MAX80mA, WITHSTAND VOLTAGE 50V. DWG No.
C5642-C04- A INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.