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    Thank you for purchasing the RADAR 2000 radar.
    It will provide many years of trouble free use when operated properly.

    Thank you for purchasing the RADAR 2000 radar.
    It will provide many years of trouble free use when operated properly.

    To use your RADAR 2000 properly, please observe the following precautions:
    Read this manual thoroughly to gain a good understanding of the capabilities and requirements of this equipment.
    Store the manual in a safe location so that it does not become lost or damaged.
    Observe standard storage and handling procedures for electronic equipment.
    If after proper installation RADAR 2000 appears to be defective, please contact your JRC sales or service representative for assistance.

    To use your RADAR 2000 properly, please observe the following precautions:
    Read this manual thoroughly to gain a good understanding of the capabilities and requirements of this equipment.
    Store the manual in a safe location so that it does not become lost or damaged.
    Observe standard storage and handling procedures for electronic equipment.
    If after proper installation RADAR 2000 appears to be defective, please contact your JRC sales or service representative for assistance.

    Symbols Used In This Manual
    The following symbols are used in this instruction manual and on the product
    itself to ensure correct handling of the product and to protect your safety. Their
    meanings are explained below. Please take note of these symbols as you read
    the manual.

    Symbols Used In This Manual
    The following symbols are used in this instruction manual and on the product
    itself to ensure correct handling of the product and to protect your safety. Their
    meanings are explained below. Please take note of these symbols as you read
    the manual.

    Electric shocks

    Prohibition

    A safety warning to alert you of possible physical harm to you
    or the equipment.

    A safety warning to alert you of possible physical harm to you
    or the equipment.

    Equipment damage precaution to alert you of possible harm
    and/or failure of equipment.

    Equipment damage precaution to alert you of possible harm
    and/or failure of equipment.

    This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of dangerous items to be
    handled with every possible cation. For safe operation, read the instructions
    carefully.

    Electric shocks

    These symbols are intended to alert the user to the presence of prohibited items
    that must never be performed. Read the instructions carefully and do not attempt things prohibited.

    Prohibition

    Prohibits
    disassembly

    Instruction

    This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of dangerous items to be
    handled with every possible cation. For safe operation, read the instructions
    carefully.
    These symbols are intended to alert the user to the presence of prohibited items
    that must never be performed. Read the instructions carefully and do not attempt things prohibited.

    Prohibits
    disassembly

    This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of instructions whose
    performance is absolutely necessary. Read the instructions carefully and be
    sure they are executed.

    Instruction

    I

    This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of instructions whose
    performance is absolutely necessary. Read the instructions carefully and be
    sure they are executed.

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    Operating Precautions

    Operating Precautions

    WARNING

    WARNING

    To avoid electrical shock, never touch the inside of the scanner or
    display unit. Leave protective cover on.

    To avoid electrical shock, never touch the inside of the scanner or
    display unit. Leave protective cover on.

    High voltage present inside of these units could cause personal injury.
    Refer equipment servicing to authorized JRC personnel.

    High voltage present inside of these units could cause personal injury.
    Refer equipment servicing to authorized JRC personnel.

    Avoid routinely entering the nearby vicinity of the scanner unit.

    Avoid routinely entering the nearby vicinity of the scanner unit.

    The scanner unit rotates quickly and could cause personal injury. The
    scanner should be installed in a high place such as the cabin roof,
    flying bridge, radar mast, or the top base frame of your ship. If the
    scanner cannot be located out of normal human reach, it should be
    surrounded with a fence. Prolonged human exposure to radar signals
    at close range is not recommended.

    The scanner unit rotates quickly and could cause personal injury. The
    scanner should be installed in a high place such as the cabin roof,
    flying bridge, radar mast, or the top base frame of your ship. If the
    scanner cannot be located out of normal human reach, it should be
    surrounded with a fence. Prolonged human exposure to radar signals
    at close range is not recommended.

    Before approaching or removing the scanner unit, turn off the STBY/
    OFF and X-MIT/OFF keys on the display unit. Cable connector P1 on
    the display unit should be disconnected before removing the scanner
    unit from its installed position.

    Before approaching or removing the scanner unit, turn off the STBY/
    OFF and X-MIT/OFF keys on the display unit. Cable connector P1 on
    the display unit should be disconnected before removing the scanner
    unit from its installed position.

    Never sit on the scanner unit.
    The radome and/or the parts in the scanner unit may be damaged.

    Never sit on the scanner unit.
    The radome and/or the parts in the scanner unit may be damaged.

    CAUTION

    II

    CAUTION

    Use your RADAR 2000 system properly by following the instructions
    in this manual.

    Use your RADAR 2000 system properly by following the instructions
    in this manual.

    Incorrect operation can detract from optimum system performance.

    Incorrect operation can detract from optimum system performance.

    This radar unit is only an aid to navigation. Its accuracy can be affected by many factors including equipment failure or defects, environmental conditions, and improper handling or use. It is the user’s
    responsibility to exercise common prudence and navigational judgement. This radar unit should not be relied upon as a substitute for such
    prudence and judgment.

    This radar unit is only an aid to navigation. Its accuracy can be affected by many factors including equipment failure or defects, environmental conditions, and improper handling or use. It is the user’s
    responsibility to exercise common prudence and navigational judgement. This radar unit should not be relied upon as a substitute for such
    prudence and judgment.
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    Equipment Photographs

    Equipment Photographs

    SCANNER UNIT NKE-1044A

    SCANNER UNIT NKE-1044A

    DISPLAY UNIT NCD-3845

    DISPLAY UNIT NCD-3845

    III

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    IV

    Table of Contents

    Table of Contents

    Symbols Used In This Manual ------------------------------------------------ I
    Operating Precautions --------------------------------------------------------- II
    Equipment Photographs ------------------------------------------------------ III
    Radar Glossary of Terms ----------------------------------------------------- IV

    Symbols Used In This Manual ------------------------------------------------ I
    Operating Precautions --------------------------------------------------------- II
    Equipment Photographs ------------------------------------------------------ III
    Radar Glossary of Terms ----------------------------------------------------- IV

    SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION
    1.1 FUNCTION -------------------------------------------------------------- 1
    1.2 FEATURES --------------------------------------------------------------- 1
    1.3 COMPONENTS --------------------------------------------------------- 2
    1.4 CONSTRUCTION------------------------------------------------------- 3

    SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION
    1.1 FUNCTION -------------------------------------------------------------- 1
    1.2 FEATURES --------------------------------------------------------------- 1
    1.3 COMPONENTS --------------------------------------------------------- 2
    1.4 CONSTRUCTION------------------------------------------------------- 3

    SECTION 2 OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
    2.1 CONTROL PANEL ----------------------------------------------------- 5

    SECTION 2 OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
    2.1 CONTROL PANEL ----------------------------------------------------- 5

    SECTION 3 INSTALLATION
    3.1 UNPACKING AND INSPECTION ----------------------------------- 7
    3.2 PLANNING THE INSTALLATION ---------------------------------- 7
    3.3 MOUNTING THE DISPLAY UNIT ---------------------------------- 9
    3.4 MOUNTING THE SCANNER UNIT ------------------------------ 11
    3.5 CONNECTING THE SCANNER UNIT CABLE ---------------- 12
    3.6 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ----------------------------------- 12
    3.7 INITIAL OPERATION AND CHECK OUT ---------------------- 15

    SECTION 3 INSTALLATION
    3.1 UNPACKING AND INSPECTION ----------------------------------- 7
    3.2 PLANNING THE INSTALLATION ---------------------------------- 7
    3.3 MOUNTING THE DISPLAY UNIT ---------------------------------- 9
    3.4 MOUNTING THE SCANNER UNIT ------------------------------ 11
    3.5 CONNECTING THE SCANNER UNIT CABLE ---------------- 12
    3.6 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ----------------------------------- 12
    3.7 INITIAL OPERATION AND CHECK OUT ---------------------- 15

    SECTION 4 OPERATION
    4.1 LAYOUT OF CONTROLS ------------------------------------------- 18
    4.2 TURNING THE RADAR ON AND OFF -------------------------- 19
    4.3 SELECTING A RANGE --------------------------------------------- 21
    4.4 ADJUSTING RECEIVER SENSITIVITY------------------------- 21
    4.5 ADJUSTING TUNING ----------------------------------------------- 21
    4.6 REDUCING SEA CLUTTER --------------------------------------- 22
    4.7 ADJUSTING RAIN CLUTTER ------------------------------------- 22
    4.8 SETTING CRT BRILLIANCE -------------------------------------- 22
    4.9 SETTING DIMMER -------------------------------------------------- 22
    4.10 SETTING OFFSENT ------------------------------------------------- 23
    4.11 RANGE MEASUREMENT ------------------------------------------ 23

    SECTION 4 OPERATION
    4.1 LAYOUT OF CONTROLS ------------------------------------------- 18
    4.2 TURNING THE RADAR ON AND OFF -------------------------- 19
    4.3 SELECTING A RANGE --------------------------------------------- 21
    4.4 ADJUSTING RECEIVER SENSITIVITY------------------------- 21
    4.5 ADJUSTING TUNING ----------------------------------------------- 21
    4.6 REDUCING SEA CLUTTER --------------------------------------- 22
    4.7 ADJUSTING RAIN CLUTTER ------------------------------------- 22
    4.8 SETTING CRT BRILLIANCE -------------------------------------- 22
    4.9 SETTING DIMMER -------------------------------------------------- 22
    4.10 SETTING OFFSENT ------------------------------------------------- 23
    4.11 RANGE MEASUREMENT ------------------------------------------ 23

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    4.12
    4.13
    4.14
    4.15
    4.16
    4.17
    4.18
    4.19
    4.20
    4.21
    4.22
    4.23
    4.24
    4.25

    BEARING MEASUREMENT --------------------------------------- 24
    SETTING GUARD ---------------------------------------------------- 25
    RINGS ------------------------------------------------------------------- 26
    SHM --------------------------------------------------------------------- 26
    POSITION -------------------------------------------------------------- 26
    WAYPOINT ------------------------------------------------------------ 26
    READ OUT DIMENSION OF BEARING ------------------------ 26
    TRAIL ------------------------------------------------------------------- 27
    TARGETS EXPANSION --------------------------------------------- 27
    REDUCING INTERFERENCE REJECTION -------------------- 27
    MOB (Man Over-Board)---------------------------------------------- 27
    TIMED-TX MODE --------------------------------------------------- 27
    SETTING AUTO/MANUAL TUNING ---------------------------- 28
    IN CASE AN UNUSUAL CONDITION OCCURS
    DURING OPERATION ---------------------------------------------- 28
    4.26 LANGUAGE ----------------------------------------------------------- 28
    4.27 OPERATING MENUS ------------------------------------------------ 29
    4.28 DISPLAY OF RADAR TRANSPONDER ------------------------- 36

    4.12
    4.13
    4.14
    4.15
    4.16
    4.17
    4.18
    4.19
    4.20
    4.21
    4.22
    4.23
    4.24
    4.25

    BEARING MEASUREMENT --------------------------------------- 24
    SETTING GUARD ---------------------------------------------------- 25
    RINGS ------------------------------------------------------------------- 26
    SHM --------------------------------------------------------------------- 26
    POSITION -------------------------------------------------------------- 26
    WAYPOINT ------------------------------------------------------------ 26
    READ OUT DIMENSION OF BEARING ------------------------ 26
    TRAIL ------------------------------------------------------------------- 27
    TARGETS EXPANSION --------------------------------------------- 27
    REDUCING INTERFERENCE REJECTION -------------------- 27
    MOB (Man Over-Board)---------------------------------------------- 27
    TIMED-TX MODE --------------------------------------------------- 27
    SETTING AUTO/MANUAL TUNING ---------------------------- 28
    IN CASE AN UNUSUAL CONDITION OCCURS
    DURING OPERATION ---------------------------------------------- 28
    4.26 LANGUAGE ----------------------------------------------------------- 28
    4.27 OPERATING MENUS ------------------------------------------------ 29
    4.28 DISPLAY OF RADAR TRANSPONDER ------------------------- 36

    SECTION 5 MAINTENANCE
    5.1 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ---------------------------------- 37
    5.2 CLEANING THE SCANNER UNIT ------------------------------- 38
    5.3 CLEANING THE DISPLAY SCREEN ---------------------------- 38

    SECTION 5 MAINTENANCE
    5.1 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ---------------------------------- 37
    5.2 CLEANING THE SCANNER UNIT ------------------------------- 38
    5.3 CLEANING THE DISPLAY SCREEN ---------------------------- 38

    SECTION 6 AFTER-SALES SERVICE
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 39

    SECTION 6 AFTER-SALES SERVICE
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 39

    SECTION 7 DISPOSAL
    7.1 EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL ------------------------------------------ 41
    7.2 DISPOSAL OF USED BATTERY ---------------------------------- 41
    7.3 DISPOSAL OF USED MAGNETRON ---------------------------- 41

    SECTION 7 DISPOSAL
    7.1 EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL ------------------------------------------ 41
    7.2 DISPOSAL OF USED BATTERY ---------------------------------- 41
    7.3 DISPOSAL OF USED MAGNETRON ---------------------------- 41

    SECTION 8 SPECIFICATIONS
    8.1 GENERAL -------------------------------------------------------------- 42
    8.2 SCANNER UNIT ------------------------------------------------------ 43
    8.3 DISPLAY UNIT ------------------------------------------------------- 43

    SECTION 8 SPECIFICATIONS
    8.1 GENERAL -------------------------------------------------------------- 42
    8.2 SCANNER UNIT ------------------------------------------------------ 43
    8.3 DISPLAY UNIT ------------------------------------------------------- 43

    APPENDIX
    Fig. 1 RADAR 2000 SCANNER UNIT (NKE-1044A) RADOME TEMPLATE

    APPENDIX
    Fig. 1 RADAR 2000 SCANNER UNIT (NKE-1044A) RADOME TEMPLATE
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    Radar Glossary of Terms

    Radar Glossary of Terms

    The following is a list of abbreviations and acronyms which may be used in
    the text of the manual.

    The following is a list of abbreviations and acronyms which may be used in
    the text of the manual.

    A/D
    ALM

    A/D
    ALM

    Analog to Digital conversion
    Alarm In, also known as the approach alarm. For targets set zone.
    approaching a preset zone.
    CPU
    Central Processing Unit
    EBL
    Electronic Bearing Line
    EXP
    Expansion
    FTC
    Fast Time Constant, also known as rain and snow clutter suppression
    GPS
    Global Positioning System
    IR
    Interference Rejection
    KM
    Kilometer
    LL
    Latitude/Longitude
    MH
    Modulator High voltage
    NM
    Nautical Mile
    PCB
    Printed Circuit Board
    PPI
    Plan Position Indicator
    PW
    Pulse Width
    RR
    Range Rings (fixed)
    SHM Ship’s Heading Marker
    STBY Standby
    STC
    Sensitivity Time Constant, also known as sea surface clutter suppression
    TD
    Time Difference
    TI
    Trigger
    VD
    Video
    VOM Volt-Ohm Meter
    VRM Variable Range Marker
    WPT Waypoint
    X-MIT Transmit

    VI

    Analog to Digital conversion
    Alarm In, also known as the approach alarm. For targets set zone.
    approaching a preset zone.
    CPU
    Central Processing Unit
    EBL
    Electronic Bearing Line
    EXP
    Expansion
    FTC
    Fast Time Constant, also known as rain and snow clutter suppression
    GPS
    Global Positioning System
    IR
    Interference Rejection
    KM
    Kilometer
    LL
    Latitude/Longitude
    MH
    Modulator High voltage
    NM
    Nautical Mile
    PCB
    Printed Circuit Board
    PPI
    Plan Position Indicator
    PW
    Pulse Width
    RR
    Range Rings (fixed)
    SHM Ship’s Heading Marker
    STBY Standby
    STC
    Sensitivity Time Constant, also known as sea surface clutter suppression
    TD
    Time Difference
    TI
    Trigger
    VD
    Video
    VOM Volt-Ohm Meter
    VRM Variable Range Marker
    WPT Waypoint
    X-MIT Transmit

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    SECTION 1

    SECTION 1

    INTRODUCTION

    INTRODUCTION

    1.1 FUNCTION
    The JRC RADAR 2000 Radar is compact raster scan radar with a 2 kW transmitter and a 7-inch cathode ray tube. Except for special tubes, they are all made
    up of solid state device for improved reliability.

    1.1 FUNCTION
    The JRC RADAR 2000 Radar is compact raster scan radar with a 2 kW transmitter and a 7-inch cathode ray tube. Except for special tubes, they are all made
    up of solid state device for improved reliability.

    1.2 FEATURES
    Improved anti-sea clutter and anti-rain clutter suppression
    Easy control for VRM, EBL, GAIN, anti-sea, and anti-rain, using J-DIAL
    Approach and departure guard zone with audible alarm
    Use of robust material, aluminum die cast
    Easy to understanding other target information for range, bearing and Lat/
    Long by using cursor
    Destination mark can be displayed
    2/3 radius off-centering for any direction
    Trail indication
    Man overboard indication
    Intermittent transmission

    1.2 FEATURES
    Improved anti-sea clutter and anti-rain clutter suppression
    Easy control for VRM, EBL, GAIN, anti-sea, and anti-rain, using J-DIAL
    Approach and departure guard zone with audible alarm
    Use of robust material, aluminum die cast
    Easy to understanding other target information for range, bearing and Lat/
    Long by using cursor
    Destination mark can be displayed
    2/3 radius off-centering for any direction
    Trail indication
    Man overboard indication
    Intermittent transmission

    INTRODUCTION

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    INTRODUCTION

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    1.3 COMPONENTS
    Table 1-1 indicates a listing of items that are included with your new radar
    system.

    1.3 COMPONENTS
    Table 1-1 indicates a listing of items that are included with your new radar
    system.

    Description

    Model No. or Code No. Remarks

    Description

    Model No. or Code No. Remarks

    RADAR 2000 system

    JMA-1521

    RADAR 2000 system

    JMA-1521

    Scanner Unit

    NKE-1044A

    Scanner Unit

    NKE-1044A

    Display Unit

    NCD-3845

    Display Unit

    NCD-3845

    Sun Shield

    MTV301854A

    Sun Shield

    MTV301854A

    Interunit Cable

    CFQ8871-10

    Interunit Cable

    CFQ8871-10

    Power Cable

    CFQ-2646

    (2 m)

    Power Cable

    CFQ-2646

    (2 m)

    Instruction Manual

    7ZPRD0437

    This Manual

    Instruction Manual

    7ZPRD0437

    This Manual

    Standard Spares

    6ZXRD00181

    Standard Spares

    6ZXRD00181

    6-Pin connector

    5JWHZ00065

    6-Pin connector

    5JWHZ00065

    Sun Cover

    MTV302115

    Sun Cover

    MTV302115

    Scanner Mounting Hardware

    MPTG02246

    Scanner Mounting Hardware

    MPTG02246

    Spacer

    MPXP31278A

    Spacer

    MPXP31278A

    Overhead Mounting Kit

    MPXP31149

    Overhead Mounting Kit

    MPXP31149

    Display Mounting Hardware

    MPTG02024

    Display Mounting Hardware

    MPTG02024

    12-cores composite cables

    12-cores composite cables

    (10 m)

    6.3 A Fuse
    3.15 A Fuse

    2

    6.3 A Fuse
    3

    For data communication

    INTRODUCTION

    3.15 A Fuse

    2
    3

    For data communication

    with NMEA

    Table 1-1 EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED

    2

    (10 m)

    with NMEA

    Table 1-1 EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED

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    1.4 CONSTRUCTION

    1.4 CONSTRUCTION

    FIG. 1-1 DISPLAY MOUNTING DIMENSIONS

    FIG. 1-1 DISPLAY MOUNTING DIMENSIONS

    FIG. 1-2 SCANNER MOUNTING DIMENSION

    FIG. 1-2 SCANNER MOUNTING DIMENSION

    INTRODUCTION

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    INTRODUCTION

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    SECTION 2

    SECTION 2

    OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

    OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

    DISPLAY UNIT

    DISPLAY UNIT

    VRM/EBL Key
    J-DIAL

    J-DIAL

    JOYSTICK

    JOYSTICK

    Range Up/Down Key

    Range Up/Down Key

    GUARD Key

    GUARD Key

    EXP Key

    EXP Key

    OFFCENT Key

    OFFCENT Key

    SHM/RINGS Key

    SHM/RINGS Key

    Brilliance/Dimmer Key

    Brilliance/Dimmer Key

    MOB Key

    MOB Key

    Transmit/off Key

    Transmit/off Key

    Stand-by/off Key

    Stand-by/off Key

    FIG. 2-1 OPERATING CONTROLS

    4

    OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

    VRM/EBL Key

    FIG. 2-1 OPERATING CONTROLS

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    2.1 CONTROL PANEL
    Stand-by/off Key
    Turn ON power to Display and Scanner and activates 90 second countdown
    timer.
    Press STBY/OFF key to Stand-by mode while in the Transmitting mode.
    Press STBY/OFF and X-MIT/OFF keys simultaneously to shut off.
    Transmit/off Key
    Turn ON transmitter which activates Radome.
    Press STBY/OFF and X-MIT/OFF keys simultaneously to shut off.
    J-DIAL
    Push to select SEA, RAIN, GAIN and TUNE for control.
    SEA
    reduces sea returns.
    RAIN
    reduces rain or snow returns.
    GAIN
    controls strength of target returns.
    TUNE
    manually fine tunes receiver by peaking tuning bar (No tuning
    bar in AUTO tune).
    Control the SEA, RAIN, GAIN, TUNE, VRM, EBL, Contrast for desire
    setting.
    VRM/EBL key
    Enable a VRM or EBL for display. A short press to turn on or off selected
    VRM or EBL. Press and hold, selects VRM or EBL for control by using JDIAL.
    JOYSTICK
    Position cursor setting.
    Enables MENU for setups and selection.
    GUARD Key
    Enables or disables Guard Zone alarm as set with the JOYSTICK and I or O
    operation.

    OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

    2.1 CONTROL PANEL
    Stand-by/off Key
    Turn ON power to Display and Scanner and activates 90 second countdown
    timer.
    Press STBY/OFF key to Stand-by mode while in the Transmitting mode.
    Press STBY/OFF and X-MIT/OFF keys simultaneously to shut off.
    Transmit/off Key
    Turn ON transmitter which activates Radome.
    Press STBY/OFF and X-MIT/OFF keys simultaneously to shut off.
    J-DIAL
    Push to select SEA, RAIN, GAIN and TUNE for control.
    SEA
    reduces sea returns.
    RAIN
    reduces rain or snow returns.
    GAIN
    controls strength of target returns.
    TUNE
    manually fine tunes receiver by peaking tuning bar (No tuning
    bar in AUTO tune).
    Control the SEA, RAIN, GAIN, TUNE, VRM, EBL, Contrast for desire
    setting.
    VRM/EBL key
    Enable a VRM or EBL for display. A short press to turn on or off selected
    VRM or EBL. Press and hold, selects VRM or EBL for control by using JDIAL.
    JOYSTICK
    Position cursor setting.
    Enables MENU for setups and selection.
    GUARD Key
    Enables or disables Guard Zone alarm as set with the JOYSTICK and I or O
    operation.

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    EXP Key
    Target Expander ON/OFF.
    OFFSET Key
    Places origin at any point on screen up to 2/3 radius. Inop on 24 nm range.
    SHM/RINGS Key
    Enables or disables the fixed range rings alternately.
    Momentarily disables the Heading Flash while key is held depressed.
    Brilliance/Dimmer Key
    Brilliance level for video, characters, rings and EBL.
    Sets front panel illumination level.
    MOB Key
    Marks the point where the incident occurred.
    Range Up/Down key
    Increases or decreases the range scale in use.

    6

    OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

    EXP Key
    Target Expander ON/OFF.
    OFFSET Key
    Places origin at any point on screen up to 2/3 radius. Inop on 24 nm range.
    SHM/RINGS Key
    Enables or disables the fixed range rings alternately.
    Momentarily disables the Heading Flash while key is held depressed.
    Brilliance/Dimmer Key
    Brilliance level for video, characters, rings and EBL.
    Sets front panel illumination level.
    MOB Key
    Marks the point where the incident occurred.
    Range Up/Down key
    Increases or decreases the range scale in use.

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    SECTION 3

    SECTION 3

    INSTALLATION

    INSTALLATION

    This section provides practical guidelines to assist in the planning and installation of the RADAR 2000 aboard your vessel.

    This section provides practical guidelines to assist in the planning and installation of the RADAR 2000 aboard your vessel.

    3.1 UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
    Use care when unpacking the RADAR 2000 radar from the shipping carton to
    prevent damage to the contents. It is also good practice to save the carton and
    the interior packing material until the radar has been satisfactorily installed on
    the vessel. The original packing material should be used in the unlikely event
    that it is necessary to return the unit for service.

    3.1 UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
    Use care when unpacking the RADAR 2000 radar from the shipping carton to
    prevent damage to the contents. It is also good practice to save the carton and
    the interior packing material until the radar has been satisfactorily installed on
    the vessel. The original packing material should be used in the unlikely event
    that it is necessary to return the unit for service.

    3.2 PLANNING THE INSTALLATION
    The layout for installing the RADAR 2000 should be planned to give the best
    operation and service aboard your particular vessel. In general, the scanner unit
    should be mounted as high as possible above the waterline. The display unit
    should be installed in a convenient viewing position near the helm. Keep in
    mind the optimum viewing angle when installing the display. You may want to
    apply power in advance of installing the unit as that you can determine a satisfactory viewing angle.
    A 10 meter length of interunit cable is furnished for interconnecting the two
    main units (scanner and display). This length of interunit cable should be sufficient to complete the cable run required on most small vessels. It is recommended that the maximum length of interunit cable not exceed 20 meters.
    A general system diagram for the RADAR 2000 is shown on the following
    page.

    3.2 PLANNING THE INSTALLATION
    The layout for installing the RADAR 2000 should be planned to give the best
    operation and service aboard your particular vessel. In general, the scanner unit
    should be mounted as high as possible above the waterline. The display unit
    should be installed in a convenient viewing position near the helm. Keep in
    mind the optimum viewing angle when installing the display. You may want to
    apply power in advance of installing the unit as that you can determine a satisfactory viewing angle.
    A 10 meter length of interunit cable is furnished for interconnecting the two
    main units (scanner and display). This length of interunit cable should be sufficient to complete the cable run required on most small vessels. It is recommended that the maximum length of interunit cable not exceed 20 meters.
    A general system diagram for the RADAR 2000 is shown on the following
    page.

    INSTALLATION

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    FIG. 3-1 GENERAL SYSTEM DIAGRAM

    8

    INSTALLATION

    FIG. 3-1 GENERAL SYSTEM DIAGRAM

    8

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    3.3 MOUNTING THE DISPLAY UNIT
    When planning the installation for your display unit, the following conditions
    should be considered to ensure dependable and trouble free operation.
    1) The mounting location should be easily accessible to allow operation of the
    front panel controls.
    2) There should be adequate ventilation.
    3) There should be sufficient space behind the display unit to allow cable connections to the rear panel connectors.
    4) The display unit should be located near a DC power source.
    5) The selected location should be far enough away from device that may cause
    interference, such as motors and generators.
    6) Generally, the display unit should be located in a protected area away from
    prolonged direct exposure to rain and salt spray. It is good practice to protect your valuable electronic equipment as much as possible.
    The display unit can be conveniently mounted on a chart table, or bulkhead
    mounted in a desired location. Using the outline of FIG 3-1 and 3-2 as a guide,
    install the display unit and secure to the mounting surface.

    INSTALLATION

    3.3 MOUNTING THE DISPLAY UNIT
    When planning the installation for your display unit, the following conditions
    should be considered to ensure dependable and trouble free operation.
    1) The mounting location should be easily accessible to allow operation of the
    front panel controls.
    2) There should be adequate ventilation.
    3) There should be sufficient space behind the display unit to allow cable connections to the rear panel connectors.
    4) The display unit should be located near a DC power source.
    5) The selected location should be far enough away from device that may cause
    interference, such as motors and generators.
    6) Generally, the display unit should be located in a protected area away from
    prolonged direct exposure to rain and salt spray. It is good practice to protect your valuable electronic equipment as much as possible.
    The display unit can be conveniently mounted on a chart table, or bulkhead
    mounted in a desired location. Using the outline of FIG 3-1 and 3-2 as a guide,
    install the display unit and secure to the mounting surface.

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    INSTALLATION

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    10

    FIG. 3-2 DISPLAY MOUNTING DIMENSIONS

    FIG. 3-2 DISPLAY MOUNTING DIMENSIONS

    FIG. 3-3 SCANNER MOUNTING DIMENSION

    FIG. 3-3 SCANNER MOUNTING DIMENSION

    INSTALLATION

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    3.4 MOUNTING THE SCANNER UNIT

    3.4 MOUNTING THE SCANNER UNIT

    CAUTION

    CAUTION

    When installing an aerial,make a hole for the water pulling-out.
    The equipment sometimes becomes breaking cause because it is
    flooded when getting a hole for the water pulling-out without
    making it.

    When installing an aerial,make a hole for the water pulling-out.
    The equipment sometimes becomes breaking cause because it is
    flooded when getting a hole for the water pulling-out without
    making it.

    Selecting an adequate location for the scanner unit requires careful consideration. On many small vessels, the unit can be installed on a mast platform, on
    an arch, or on a bridge structure near the ship’s center line.
    The radiator beam should not be obstructed by nearby large objects. Locate the
    unit where large structures such as superstructures, searchlight, horns or masts
    are not in the same horizontal plane, otherwise, blind areas and false targets can
    appear on the radar screen.
    Using the template provided in the front of manual as a guide, prepare the mounting surface with the four mounting holes as required. Install the Radome and
    secure it to the mounting surface. The correct mounting hardware is stainless
    steel hexhead bolts 5/16”, 11/4” long with 18 UNC thread. A flat and lock washers
    should be used. The Radome should be parallel to the ship’s waterline and oriented so the cable inlet is pointed AFT.
    When mounting the Radome to a platform attached to a fly bridge, or superstructure, avoid placing the Radome Unit at eye level. Although the radar transmits a 2.0 kW peak power the average power radiated is less than 0.5 W. Therefore, the hazard from RF radiation levels is virtually nonexistent beyond 2 feet
    from the Radome Unit.
    However, due to the sensitivity of the human eye, it is recommended and prudent to install the Radome in a plane above or below the passengers line-ofsight.
    When the sickness of the mounting base is more than 0.4 inches, the longer
    bolts are required. In this case, the bolts length is as follows;
    Bolt length (inch) 1.25 + sickness of mounting base (inch)
    If the longer bolts are used, the modulator PCB could potentially damaged.
    INSTALLATION

    Selecting an adequate location for the scanner unit requires careful consideration. On many small vessels, the unit can be installed on a mast platform, on
    an arch, or on a bridge structure near the ship’s center line.
    The radiator beam should not be obstructed by nearby large objects. Locate the
    unit where large structures such as superstructures, searchlight, horns or masts
    are not in the same horizontal plane, otherwise, blind areas and false targets can
    appear on the radar screen.
    Using the template provided in the front of manual as a guide, prepare the mounting surface with the four mounting holes as required. Install the Radome and
    secure it to the mounting surface. The correct mounting hardware is stainless
    steel hexhead bolts 5/16”, 11/4” long with 18 UNC thread. A flat and lock washers
    should be used. The Radome should be parallel to the ship’s waterline and oriented so the cable inlet is pointed AFT.
    When mounting the Radome to a platform attached to a fly bridge, or superstructure, avoid placing the Radome Unit at eye level. Although the radar transmits a 2.0 kW peak power the average power radiated is less than 0.5 W. Therefore, the hazard from RF radiation levels is virtually nonexistent beyond 2 feet
    from the Radome Unit.
    However, due to the sensitivity of the human eye, it is recommended and prudent to install the Radome in a plane above or below the passengers line-ofsight.
    When the sickness of the mounting base is more than 0.4 inches, the longer
    bolts are required. In this case, the bolts length is as follows;
    Bolt length (inch) 1.25 + sickness of mounting base (inch)
    If the longer bolts are used, the modulator PCB could potentially damaged.
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    3.5 CONNECTING THE SCANNER UNIT CABLE

    3.5 CONNECTING THE SCANNER UNIT CABLE

    Step 1. Loosen the 4 clamping bolts securing the radome and remove the
    radome cover.
    CLAMPING BOLTS (4)

    WATERITIGHT
    GLAND

    12

    Step 1. Loosen the 4 clamping bolts securing the radome and remove the
    radome cover.
    CLAMPING BOLTS (4)

    Step 2. Remove watertight gland where
    the interconnect cable enters the
    scanner.
    CABLE CLAMP
    Remove the cable clamp and 2
    screws.
    RUBBER GROMMET

    WATERITIGHT
    GLAND

    Step 2. Remove watertight gland where
    the interconnect cable enters the
    scanner.
    CABLE CLAMP
    Remove the cable clamp and 2
    screws.
    RUBBER GROMMET

    Step 3. Add the rubber grommet and insert the connecting cable. Secure
    the watertight gland.

    Step 3. Add the rubber grommet and insert the connecting cable. Secure
    the watertight gland.

    Step 4. Connect the cable leads to terminal board TB1 and J1. Ground the
    shield with the lug to cable clamp
    bolt provided. Dress the wire harness with cable clamps or tie-raps
    as necessary for neatness.

    Step 4. Connect the cable leads to terminal board TB1 and J1. Ground the
    shield with the lug to cable clamp
    bolt provided. Dress the wire harness with cable clamps or tie-raps
    as necessary for neatness.

    FIG. 3-4 SCANNER UNIT CABLE CONNECTION PROCEDURE

    FIG. 3-4 SCANNER UNIT CABLE CONNECTION PROCEDURE

    3.6 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
    3.6.1 DC POWER CABLE
    The RADAR 2000 will work with any ship’s mains within the 10.2 to 42 V
    range, since it contains a power regulator circuit. Connect the power cable to a
    DC source. The power cable normally should be wired through the circuit breaker.
    The white lead wire of the power cable should be connected to the positive
    source terminal and the black lead to negative source terminal. The shielded
    wire should be connected to the ship’s RF ground. Should the power connections be inadvertently reversed, a protective fuse will blow. Recheck the input
    power leads for correct polarity with a VOM and reconnect the leads observing
    correct polarity. Replace the fuse.

    3.6 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
    3.6.1 DC POWER CABLE
    The RADAR 2000 will work with any ship’s mains within the 10.2 to 42 V
    range, since it contains a power regulator circuit. Connect the power cable to a
    DC source. The power cable normally should be wired through the circuit breaker.
    The white lead wire of the power cable should be connected to the positive
    source terminal and the black lead to negative source terminal. The shielded
    wire should be connected to the ship’s RF ground. Should the power connections be inadvertently reversed, a protective fuse will blow. Recheck the input
    power leads for correct polarity with a VOM and reconnect the leads observing
    correct polarity. Replace the fuse.

    INSTALLATION

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    3.6.2

    EXTERNAL SYSTEM INTERFACE

    3.6.2

    EXTERNAL SYSTEM INTERFACE

    CAUTION

    CAUTION

    To connect with NAV-AID and/or compass, make sure pin assignment, if used same connector.
    In case of different pin assignment, the RADAR 2000 or connected NAV-AID will be damaged.

    To connect with NAV-AID and/or compass, make sure pin assignment, if used same connector.
    In case of different pin assignment, the RADAR 2000 or connected NAV-AID will be damaged.

    The RADAR 2000 will interface with any NAV-AID (GPS or LORAN) and
    compass that has the standard NMEA0182 or NMEA0183 output. The inputs
    from NAV-AID will be digital data conforming to the NMEA0183 formats to
    drive various radar features such as waypoint mode. If more than one data type
    is present at the radar inputs (for example; compass and NAV-AID), a system
    priority has been established in the radar’s software to respond to the inputs
    driving the features. The assigned priorities are set in this manner:

    The RADAR 2000 will interface with any NAV-AID (GPS or LORAN) and
    compass that has the standard NMEA0182 or NMEA0183 output. The inputs
    from NAV-AID will be digital data conforming to the NMEA0183 formats to
    drive various radar features such as waypoint mode. If more than one data type
    is present at the radar inputs (for example; compass and NAV-AID), a system
    priority has been established in the radar’s software to respond to the inputs
    driving the features. The assigned priorities are set in this manner:

    HEADING:

    HEADING:

    POSITION:
    SPEED:
    WAYPOINT:

    1.
    2.
    1.
    1.
    2.
    1.

    Compass (NMEA0183 “HSC,HDM,HDT,VHW”)
    NAV-AID (NMEA0183 “RMC,RMA,VTG”)
    NAV-AID (NMEA0183 “RMC,RMA,GLL,GTD”)
    NAV-AID (NMEA0183 “RMC,RMA,VTG”)
    Compass (NMEA0183 “VHW”)
    NAV-AID (NMEA0183 “RMB,BWC”)

    POSITION:
    SPEED:
    WAYPOINT:

    Using the outline of FIG 3-5 as a guide, connect the RADAR 2000 to your
    NAV-AID and compass.

    1
    2

    5
    6
    3

    4

    1.
    2.
    1.
    1.
    2.
    1.

    Compass (NMEA0183 “HSC,HDM,HDT,VHW”)
    NAV-AID (NMEA0183 “RMC,RMA,VTG”)
    NAV-AID (NMEA0183 “RMC,RMA,GLL,GTD”)
    NAV-AID (NMEA0183 “RMC,RMA,VTG”)
    Compass (NMEA0183 “VHW”)
    NAV-AID (NMEA0183 “RMB,BWC”)

    Using the outline of FIG 3-5 as a guide, connect the RADAR 2000 to your
    NAV-AID and compass.

    NAV(+) NAV-AID
    NAV(-) NAV-AID
    COMPASS(+)
    COMPASS(-)

    1
    2

    * View show wire end of Cable Plug/Socket.

    5
    6
    3

    4

    NAV(+) NAV-AID
    NAV(-) NAV-AID
    COMPASS(+)
    COMPASS(-)

    * View show wire end of Cable Plug/Socket.

    FIG. 3-5 EXTERNAL INTERFACE

    FIG. 3-5 EXTERNAL INTERFACE
    INSTALLATION

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    FIG. 3-6 INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM

    14
    INSTALLATION

    FIG. 3-6 INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM

    14
    INSTALLATION

    COAX
    BLU
    Y E L
    GRY
    GRN
    RED
    P U R
    WHT
    T.RED
    T.PUR
    BRN

    BLK

    BLK
    WHT

    P402
    1
    2
    3
    TI
    4
    E
    5
    E
    6
    VIDEO
    7
    TUNV
    8
    E
    9
    RRATE
    TUNI/BZ 10
    GAIN 11
    12
    STC
    13
    BP
    14
    +12V
    15
    -12V
    16
    PW

    P401
    1
    DC
    DC+ 2
    3

    COAX
    BLU
    Y E L
    GRY
    GRN
    RED
    P U R
    WHT
    T.RED
    T.PUR
    BRN

    BLK

    BLK
    WHT

    NCD-3845 DISPLAY UNIT

    P402
    1
    2
    3
    TI
    4
    E
    5
    E
    6
    VIDEO
    7
    TUNV
    8
    E
    9
    RRATE
    TUNI/BZ 10
    GAIN 11
    12
    STC
    13
    BP
    14
    +12V
    15
    -12V
    16
    PW

    P401
    1
    DC
    DC+ 2
    3

    NCD-3845 DISPLAY UNIT

    Coax. 50 ohms
    SHIELDED WIRE
    LARGE WIRE
    SMALL WIRE

    CFQ 8871-10/15/20

    CFQ-2646

    Coax. 50 ohms
    SHIELDED WIRE
    LARGE WIRE
    SMALL WIRE

    CFQ 8871-10/15/20

    CFQ-2646

    +

    SHIP'S MAINS (DC 10.8V

    +

    SHIP'S MAINS (DC 10.8V

    1
    PW
    2
    TI
    3
    E
    4 STC
    5 GAIN
    6 TUN/BZ
    7 TUNV
    8
    E
    BP
    9
    10 RRATE

    P1

    P U R
    RED
    GRN
    BLU
    Y E L
    WHT
    GRY

    BRN
    BLU

    COAX

    T.PUR
    T.RED

    1
    PW
    2
    TI
    3
    E
    4 STC
    5 GAIN
    6 TUN/BZ
    7 TUNV
    8
    E
    BP
    9
    10 RRATE

    P1

    TB1
    -12V
    -12V
    +12V +12V
    E
    VDE
    VD VIDEO

    NKE-1044A SCANNER UNIT

    BLK
    WHT

    P U R
    RED
    GRN
    BLU
    Y E L
    WHT
    GRY

    BRN
    BLU

    COAX

    T.PUR
    T.RED

    TB1
    -12V
    -12V
    +12V +12V
    E
    VDE
    VD VIDEO

    NKE-1044A SCANNER UNIT

    BLK
    WHT

    42V)

    42V)



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    3.7 INITIAL OPERATION AND CHECK OUT
    3.7.1 INSPECTION AFTER THE INSTALLATION
    After completing the installation and prior to energizing the equipment, it is
    necessary to assure that all the steps of the installation were accomplished in
    accordance with the instructions.
    (1) The cables are not crimped or damaged.
    (2) The input voltage connected accurately.
    (3) The securing bolts of all equipment is tightened.
    (4) The connection of the power cable shield is made properly to RF
    ground.

    3.7 INITIAL OPERATION AND CHECK OUT
    3.7.1 INSPECTION AFTER THE INSTALLATION
    After completing the installation and prior to energizing the equipment, it is
    necessary to assure that all the steps of the installation were accomplished in
    accordance with the instructions.
    (1) The cables are not crimped or damaged.
    (2) The input voltage connected accurately.
    (3) The securing bolts of all equipment is tightened.
    (4) The connection of the power cable shield is made properly to RF
    ground.

    3.7.2 OPERATING INITIAL SETTING MENU
    Press the JOYSTICK, and the initial setting menu will be appear on the screen.
    The JOYSTICK is used to select a particular menu. The particular menu will be
    highlighted character, then press the JOYSTICK.

    3.7.2 OPERATING INITIAL SETTING MENU
    Press the JOYSTICK, and the initial setting menu will be appear on the screen.
    The JOYSTICK is used to select a particular menu. The particular menu will be
    highlighted character, then press the JOYSTICK.

    3.7.3 RELATIVE BEARING ALIGNMENT
    This alignment should be made when the radar unit is installed. Failure to perform this procedure can result in incorrect target bearing readings.

    3.7.3 RELATIVE BEARING ALIGNMENT
    This alignment should be made when the radar unit is installed. Failure to perform this procedure can result in incorrect target bearing readings.

    Proceed as follows:
    Identify a suitable targets (e.g. buoy, etc.) preferably between 0.5 and 1 NM
    in range on the screen.
    Visually locate the target and line the bow of the vessel up with the target.
    Put the EBL marker on the target.
    Press and hold the JOYSTICK for the initial setting menu.
    Select BEARING by using the JOYSTICK, press the JOYSTICK for the
    bearing adjustment mode.

    Proceed as follows:
    Identify a suitable targets (e.g. buoy, etc.) preferably between 0.5 and 1 NM
    in range on the screen.
    Visually locate the target and line the bow of the vessel up with the target.
    Put the EBL marker on the target.
    Press and hold the JOYSTICK for the initial setting menu.
    Select BEARING by using the JOYSTICK, press the JOYSTICK for the
    bearing adjustment mode.

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    Put the EBL over the desired target using the J-DIAL, and press the JOYSTICK.
    Move the EBL so that the target will be displayed on the SHM.
    Press the JOYSTICK to end the bearing adjustment mode.

    Put the EBL over the desired target using the J-DIAL, and press the JOYSTICK.
    Move the EBL so that the target will be displayed on the SHM.
    Press the JOYSTICK to end the bearing adjustment mode.

    3.7.4 DISPLAY TIMING (ZERO NM ADJUSTMENT)
    This alignment must be made when the radar unit is installed. Failure to performed this procedure can result in correct target distance readings. Set the
    range at 0.25 NM and observe a target at a known (nearest) distance.
    Locate a straight dock, sea wall or bridge.
    Press and hold the JOYSTICK for the initial setting menu.
    Select DISPLAY TIMING by using the JOYSTICK, and press the JOYSTICK.
    Adjust distance so that the object appears to be straight on the display by
    using the J-DIAL.
    Press the JOYSTICK to end the display timing adjustment mode.

    3.7.4 DISPLAY TIMING (ZERO NM ADJUSTMENT)
    This alignment must be made when the radar unit is installed. Failure to performed this procedure can result in correct target distance readings. Set the
    range at 0.25 NM and observe a target at a known (nearest) distance.
    Locate a straight dock, sea wall or bridge.
    Press and hold the JOYSTICK for the initial setting menu.
    Select DISPLAY TIMING by using the JOYSTICK, and press the JOYSTICK.
    Adjust distance so that the object appears to be straight on the display by
    using the J-DIAL.
    Press the JOYSTICK to end the display timing adjustment mode.

    PUSHING
    DISPLAY TIMING EARLY

    16

    INSTALLATION

    CORRECT

    PULLING
    DISPLAY TIMING LATE

    PUSHING
    DISPLAY TIMING EARLY

    16

    INSTALLATION

    CORRECT

    PULLING
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    3.7.5 TUNE PRESET
    The tune preset is pre adjusted at the factory for proper operation. Normally
    further adjustment is not required. If after about 10 minutes of transmit, the
    tune bar is oriented towards one end or its range for video peak, perform the
    following steps:
    Set the range scale to 3 NM.
    Set the gain control to desired level.
    Set the SEA, RAIN and IR to Off.
    Press and hold the JOYSTICK for the initial setting menu.
    Select TUNE PRESET by using the JOYSTICK, and press the JOYSTICK.
    Adjust using the J-DIAL to maximum targets on the screen.
    Press the JOYSTICK when maximum targets are set.

    3.7.5 TUNE PRESET
    The tune preset is pre adjusted at the factory for proper operation. Normally
    further adjustment is not required. If after about 10 minutes of transmit, the
    tune bar is oriented towards one end or its range for video peak, perform the
    following steps:
    Set the range scale to 3 NM.
    Set the gain control to desired level.
    Set the SEA, RAIN and IR to Off.
    Press and hold the JOYSTICK for the initial setting menu.
    Select TUNE PRESET by using the JOYSTICK, and press the JOYSTICK.
    Adjust using the J-DIAL to maximum targets on the screen.
    Press the JOYSTICK when maximum targets are set.

    3.7.6 STC PRESET
    The STC preset is adjusted at the factory for proper operation. Normally further adjustment is not required.
    Set Range to 6 NM.
    Set the Gain to maximum (Refer to Section 4.4).
    Press and hold the JOYSTICK for the initial setting menu.
    Select STC PRESET by using the JOYSTICK, and press the JOYSTICK.
    Adjust distance so that no background noise appears in range of 0 to 2 NM
    by using the J-DIAL.
    Press the JOYSTICK to end the STC PRESET mode.

    3.7.6 STC PRESET
    The STC preset is adjusted at the factory for proper operation. Normally further adjustment is not required.
    Set Range to 6 NM.
    Set the Gain to maximum (Refer to Section 4.4).
    Press and hold the JOYSTICK for the initial setting menu.
    Select STC PRESET by using the JOYSTICK, and press the JOYSTICK.
    Adjust distance so that no background noise appears in range of 0 to 2 NM
    by using the J-DIAL.
    Press the JOYSTICK to end the STC PRESET mode.

    3.7.7 BUZZER VOLUME
    At the time of shipment, the Buzzer sound has been set to maximum position.
    When it is necessary to lower the volume.
    In the initial setting menu select BUZZER.
    Adjust the suitable buzzer sound level using the J-DIAL.
    Press the JOYSTICK to end the buzzer setting mode.

    3.7.7 BUZZER VOLUME
    At the time of shipment, the Buzzer sound has been set to maximum position.
    When it is necessary to lower the volume.
    In the initial setting menu select BUZZER.
    Adjust the suitable buzzer sound level using the J-DIAL.
    Press the JOYSTICK to end the buzzer setting mode.

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    SECTION 4

    SECTION 4

    OPERATION

    OPERATION

    Generally the operation of the RADAR 2000 is easy straight forward. However
    the navigator who knows the layout and understands the functions of various
    controls will obtain the best performance from his equipment.

    Generally the operation of the RADAR 2000 is easy straight forward. However
    the navigator who knows the layout and understands the functions of various
    controls will obtain the best performance from his equipment.

    4.1 LAYOUT OF CONTROLS
    Layout of the control is shown in FIG 4-1.

    4.1 LAYOUT OF CONTROLS
    Layout of the control is shown in FIG 4-1.

    VRM/EBL Key

    VRM/EBL Key
    J-DIAL

    J-DIAL

    JOYSTICK

    JOYSTICK

    Range Up/Down Key

    Range Up/Down Key

    GUARD Key

    GUARD Key

    EXP Key

    EXP Key

    OFFCENT Key

    OFFCENT Key

    SHM/RINGS Key

    SHM/RINGS Key

    Brilliance/Dimmer Key

    Brilliance/Dimmer Key

    MOB Key

    MOB Key

    Transmit/off Key

    Transmit/off Key

    Stand-by/off Key

    Stand-by/off Key

    FIG. 4-1 OPERATING CONTROLS

    18

    OPERATION

    FIG. 4-1 OPERATING CONTROLS

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    4.2 TURNING THE RADAR ON AND OFF

    4.2 TURNING THE RADAR ON AND OFF

    TO TURN ON
    TO TRANSMIT
    TO STAND-BY
    TO TURN OFF

    TO TURN ON
    TO TRANSMIT
    TO STAND-BY
    TO TURN OFF

    Press the STBY/OFF key.
    Press the X-MIT/OFF key.
    Press the STBY/OFF key.
    Press the STBY/OFF and X-MIT/OFF key simultaneously.

    After pressing the STBY/OFF key, the countdown timer is displayed on the
    screen. Approximately 90 seconds after, words the displayed prompt “ST-BY”
    appear.
    Pressing the X-MIT/OFF key puts the radar in to transmitting mode.
    Pressing the STBY/OFF key while in the transmitting mode, will cause the
    radar to return to standby condition. This reduces the drain from the ship’s
    battery. To resume transmitting simply, press the X-MIT/OFF key.

    Press the STBY/OFF key.
    Press the X-MIT/OFF key.
    Press the STBY/OFF key.
    Press the STBY/OFF and X-MIT/OFF key simultaneously.

    After pressing the STBY/OFF key, the countdown timer is displayed on the
    screen. Approximately 90 seconds after, words the displayed prompt “ST-BY”
    appear.
    Pressing the X-MIT/OFF key puts the radar in to transmitting mode.
    Pressing the STBY/OFF key while in the transmitting mode, will cause the
    radar to return to standby condition. This reduces the drain from the ship’s
    battery. To resume transmitting simply, press the X-MIT/OFF key.

    1 : 30
    V1.0
    0000 HRS

    1 : 30
    V1.0
    0000 HRS
    PUSH XMIT TO OPERATE

    PUSH XMIT TO OPERATE

    FIG. 4-2 TURN ON/OFF THE RADAR

    FIG. 4-2 TURN ON/OFF THE RADAR

    OPERATION

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    INTERFERENCE REJECTION "ON"

    INTERFERENCE REJECTION "ON"

    TARGET EXPANDER "ON"
    RING INTERVAL (nm)

    TARGET EXPANDER "ON"
    EBL Unit

    RING INTERVAL (nm)

    OWN SHIP SPEED DATA
    RANGE SCALE (nm)

    EBL Unit
    OWN SHIP SPEED DATA

    SELECTING JOG DIAL
    RANGE SCALE (nm)

    VRM Number
    Range Unit

    SELECTING JOG DIAL

    VRM Number

    PPI Display Mode

    Range Unit

    PPI Display Mode

    STC RAIN GAIN

    STC RAIN GAIN

    LEVEL INDICATOR

    LEVEL INDICATOR

    TUNE INDICATOR

    TUNE INDICATOR

    Motion Mode
    Bearing reference

    Motion Mode
    Bearing reference

    OWN SHIP COURSE DATA

    OWN SHIP COURSE DATA

    EBL Number

    EBL Number

    Joystick Mode

    TRAIL "ON"

    ALARM Mode

    GUARD ZONE ALARM "ON"

    Joystick Mode

    Alarm Sensitivity

    TRAIL "ON"

    POSITION DATA

    GUARD ZONE ALARM "ON"

    ZOOM MODE "ON"

    OPERATION

    Alarm Sensitivity
    POSITION DATA

    ZOOM MODE "ON"

    FIG. 4-3 LAYOUT OF THE SCREEN

    20

    ALARM Mode

    FIG. 4-3 LAYOUT OF THE SCREEN

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    4.3 SELECTING A RANGE
    The actual range scale and range rings interval is shown in the upper left corner
    of the display. Press the RANGE key for an increased range scale, or key
    for a decreases range scale. The selected range automatically determines the
    proper number and distance between the range rings.

    4.3 SELECTING A RANGE
    The actual range scale and range rings interval is shown in the upper left corner
    of the display. Press the RANGE key for an increased range scale, or key
    for a decreases range scale. The selected range automatically determines the
    proper number and distance between the range rings.

    4.4 ADJUSTING RECEIVER SENSITIVITY
    Press the J-DIAL until GAIN appears highlighted on the upper right corner of
    the display. Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise, to vary the gain
    and thus control the strength of echo returns on the radar screen. An on-screen
    bar indicates the gain level selected for display. The proper setting is when the
    background noise is just visible on the screen.

    4.4 ADJUSTING RECEIVER SENSITIVITY
    Press the J-DIAL until GAIN appears highlighted on the upper right corner of
    the display. Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise, to vary the gain
    and thus control the strength of echo returns on the radar screen. An on-screen
    bar indicates the gain level selected for display. The proper setting is when the
    background noise is just visible on the screen.

    4.5 ADJUSTING TUNING
    The RADAR 2000 is setting Auto Tune mode at the power ON. If wish to
    manual tuning, required to select Manual Tune mode by using menu (Refer to
    4.27).
    Press the J-DIAL until the TUNE appears highlighted on the upper right corner
    of the display. Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise, to maximize
    the target echo. If land targets are not within the radar’s range, adjust the control
    for maximum sea clutter. The on-screen tuning indicator will shown the strength
    of tuning peak conditions is turned for maximum deflection. Normally, tuning
    is performed on the 3 NM range scale or higher. Minor readjustment may be
    necessary after the radar has warmed up 10 minutes.

    4.5 ADJUSTING TUNING
    The RADAR 2000 is setting Auto Tune mode at the power ON. If wish to
    manual tuning, required to select Manual Tune mode by using menu (Refer to
    4.27).
    Press the J-DIAL until the TUNE appears highlighted on the upper right corner
    of the display. Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise, to maximize
    the target echo. If land targets are not within the radar’s range, adjust the control
    for maximum sea clutter. The on-screen tuning indicator will shown the strength
    of tuning peak conditions is turned for maximum deflection. Normally, tuning
    is performed on the 3 NM range scale or higher. Minor readjustment may be
    necessary after the radar has warmed up 10 minutes.

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    4.6 REDUCING SEA CLUTTER

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    CAUTION

    CAUTION

    On short range scales, the setting of the sea clutter control should
    never be advanced so high as to completely obliterate all clutter,
    since this setting could prevent the detection of close-in target
    echoes.

    On short range scales, the setting of the sea clutter control should
    never be advanced so high as to completely obliterate all clutter,
    since this setting could prevent the detection of close-in target
    echoes.

    The sea clutter control is normally used on the shorter ranges to suppress the
    effect of sea clutter close to own’s ship.

    The sea clutter control is normally used on the shorter ranges to suppress the
    effect of sea clutter close to own’s ship.

    Press the J-DIAL until the SEA appears highlighted on the upper right corner of
    the display. Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise to vary the sea
    clutter control and thus control the strength of echo returns from sea surface
    clutter. There is an on-screen bar indication of the sea clutter control level in use.

    Press the J-DIAL until the SEA appears highlighted on the upper right corner of
    the display. Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise to vary the sea
    clutter control and thus control the strength of echo returns from sea surface
    clutter. There is an on-screen bar indication of the sea clutter control level in use.

    4.7 ADJUSTNG RAIN CLUTTER
    Press the J-DIAL until the RAIN appears highlight on the upper right corner of
    the display. Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise, to vary the rain
    clutter control and thus control the strength of echo returns from rain or snow.
    As you rotate clockwise, the return echoes will become narrow and the returns
    from rain or snow will be reduced. An on-screen bar indicates the selected rain
    clutter level.

    4.7 ADJUSTNG RAIN CLUTTER
    Press the J-DIAL until the RAIN appears highlight on the upper right corner of
    the display. Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise, to vary the rain
    clutter control and thus control the strength of echo returns from rain or snow.
    As you rotate clockwise, the return echoes will become narrow and the returns
    from rain or snow will be reduced. An on-screen bar indicates the selected rain
    clutter level.

    4.8 SETTING CRT BRILLIANCE
    Press the BRIL/DIM key, and then rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise to change the display brilliance.

    4.8 SETTING CRT BRILLIANCE
    Press the BRIL/DIM key, and then rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise to change the display brilliance.

    4.9 SETTING DIMMER
    By pressing the BRIL/DIM key, the back light for the panel illumination can be
    varied in intensity. Dimmer level is reached at maximum brightness, and the
    next level returns the dimmer level to the lowest level (OFF).

    4.9 SETTING DIMMER
    By pressing the BRIL/DIM key, the back light for the panel illumination can be
    varied in intensity. Dimmer level is reached at maximum brightness, and the
    next level returns the dimmer level to the lowest level (OFF).

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    4.10 SETTING OFFCENT
    By pressing the OFFCENT key, the display is into off-center mode by 2/3 radius, expanding the display area in the direction instructed by JOYSTICK. Press
    the key a second time to return the display to normal.

    Off-center mode off

    4.10 SETTING OFFCENT
    By pressing the OFFCENT key, the display is into off-center mode by 2/3 radius, expanding the display area in the direction instructed by JOYSTICK. Press
    the key a second time to return the display to normal.

    Off-center mode on

    Off-center mode off

    4.11 RANGE MEASUREMENT
    (1) Consider the range scale in use and count the number of rings between the
    center of the screen and the target. Add to this a visually estimate of the
    distance between the inner edge of the target and the nearest ring.
    (2) Using #1 VRM
    Press the EBL/VRM key.
    If EBL is highlighted, press and hold the EBL/VRM key to change to VRM
    mode.
    Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise for outer direction or counterclockwise for
    inner direction to move the variable range marker. The actual target distance
    appears on the center top of the screen in selecting unit.
    To turn off the VRM, press the EBL/VRM key while VRM is highlighted.
    (3) Using #2 VRM
    Press the JOYSTICK.
    Selects FUNCTION menu, then press the JOYSTICK.
    Selects #2 VRM-SET, then press the JOYSTICK. The VRM2 appears
    highlight on the upper right corner of the display.

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    4.11 RANGE MEASUREMENT
    (1) Consider the range scale in use and count the number of rings between the
    center of the screen and the target. Add to this a visually estimate of the
    distance between the inner edge of the target and the nearest ring.
    (2) Using #1 VRM
    Press the EBL/VRM key.
    If EBL is highlighted, press and hold the EBL/VRM key to change to VRM
    mode.
    Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise for outer direction or counterclockwise for
    inner direction to move the variable range marker. The actual target distance
    appears on the center top of the screen in selecting unit.
    To turn off the VRM, press the EBL/VRM key while VRM is highlighted.
    (3) Using #2 VRM
    Press the JOYSTICK.
    Selects FUNCTION menu, then press the JOYSTICK.
    Selects #2 VRM-SET, then press the JOYSTICK. The VRM2 appears
    highlight on the upper right corner of the display.

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    Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise for outer direction or counterclockwise
    for inner direction to move the #2 variable range marker. The actual
    target distance appears on the center top of the screen in selecting unit.
    To turn off the #2 VRM, selects the FUNCTION-#2 VRM-OFF on the
    menu sheet.
    (4) Using cursor
    Touch the JOYSTICK, cross cursor appears on the screen. The cross mark
    will be move any direction by using the JOYSTICK and the range and bearing Time-To-Go data and Lat/Loug of the cursor position will be displayed
    on the lower right corner on the display.
    The cross cursor and cursor data will disappear in approximately 15 seconds.

    Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise for outer direction or counterclockwise
    for inner direction to move the #2 variable range marker. The actual
    target distance appears on the center top of the screen in selecting unit.
    To turn off the #2 VRM, selects the FUNCTION-#2 VRM-OFF on the
    menu sheet.
    (4) Using cursor
    Touch the JOYSTICK, cross cursor appears on the screen. The cross mark
    will be move any direction by using the JOYSTICK and the range and bearing Time-To-Go data and Lat/Loug of the cursor position will be displayed
    on the lower right corner on the display.
    The cross cursor and cursor data will disappear in approximately 15 seconds.

    4.12 BEARING MEASUREMENT
    (1) Using the bearing scale
    Using the bearing scale on the screen, visually estimate the bearing where
    the radial line of the bearing scale would pass through the center of the
    target. The bearing you obtain will be the target’s relative bearing in degrees.
    (2) Using #1 EBL
    Press the EBL/VRM key.
    If VRM is highlighted, press and hold the EBL/VRM key to change to EBL
    mode.
    Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise to move the electronic
    bearing line to the center of the target. Target bearing appears on the center
    top of the screen in degrees. Bearing may be displayed in relative “R”, true
    “T”, or magnetic “M” depending on the menu selection.
    To turn off the EBL, press the EBL/VRM key while EBL is highlighted.
    (3) Using #2 EBL
    Press the JOYSTICK.
    Selects FUNCTION menu, then press the JOYSTICK.
    Selects #2 EBL-SET, then press the JOYSTICK. The EBL2 appears highlight on the upper right corner of the display.
    Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise to move the #2 EBL

    4.12 BEARING MEASUREMENT
    (1) Using the bearing scale
    Using the bearing scale on the screen, visually estimate the bearing where
    the radial line of the bearing scale would pass through the center of the
    target. The bearing you obtain will be the target’s relative bearing in degrees.
    (2) Using #1 EBL
    Press the EBL/VRM key.
    If VRM is highlighted, press and hold the EBL/VRM key to change to EBL
    mode.
    Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise to move the electronic
    bearing line to the center of the target. Target bearing appears on the center
    top of the screen in degrees. Bearing may be displayed in relative “R”, true
    “T”, or magnetic “M” depending on the menu selection.
    To turn off the EBL, press the EBL/VRM key while EBL is highlighted.
    (3) Using #2 EBL
    Press the JOYSTICK.
    Selects FUNCTION menu, then press the JOYSTICK.
    Selects #2 EBL-SET, then press the JOYSTICK. The EBL2 appears highlight on the upper right corner of the display.
    Rotate the J-DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise to move the #2 EBL

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    on the center of the target. The actual target bearing appears on the center top of the screen in selecting unit.
    To turn off the #2 EBL, selects the FUNCTION-#2 EBL-OFF on the
    menu sheet.

    on the center of the target. The actual target bearing appears on the center top of the screen in selecting unit.
    To turn off the #2 EBL, selects the FUNCTION-#2 EBL-OFF on the
    menu sheet.

    4.13 SETTING GUARD
    The Guard Zone may be zone completely surrounding the vessel or a partial
    trapezoidal zone to monitor targets entering or departing the specified area.
    The guard zone will sound audible and visual alerts to the operator. In the IN
    mode, an alarm will sound if a target enters the area. The IN alarm is effective
    for alerting the operator to targets approaching his vessel. In the OUT mode,
    the alarm will sound if a target leaves the prescribed area. This type of alarm is
    useful for monitoring as an anchor watch, or pair trawling.
    Press the GUARD key.
    Set the cross cursor to the start point using the JOYSTICK and press the
    JOYSTICK.
    To determine the Guard Zone width, set the cross cursor using the JOYSTICK and press the JOYSTICK.
    To determine the bearing limits of the Guard Zone, set the cross cursor
    using the JOYSTICK and press the JOYSTICK. We now have a sector zone
    which alarm if any target enters the zone with the guard zone alarm indicator “GUARD I 4” which indicates IN alarm mode is in operation and the
    alarm target sensitivity is set at 4.
    Press the GUARD key again and the symbol will change to “GUARD O 4”
    indicating that the OUT alarm will sound for targets leaving the guard zone.
    Pressing the GUARD key again will turn off the Guard Zone.

    4.13 SETTING GUARD
    The Guard Zone may be zone completely surrounding the vessel or a partial
    trapezoidal zone to monitor targets entering or departing the specified area.
    The guard zone will sound audible and visual alerts to the operator. In the IN
    mode, an alarm will sound if a target enters the area. The IN alarm is effective
    for alerting the operator to targets approaching his vessel. In the OUT mode,
    the alarm will sound if a target leaves the prescribed area. This type of alarm is
    useful for monitoring as an anchor watch, or pair trawling.
    Press the GUARD key.
    Set the cross cursor to the start point using the JOYSTICK and press the
    JOYSTICK.
    To determine the Guard Zone width, set the cross cursor using the JOYSTICK and press the JOYSTICK.
    To determine the bearing limits of the Guard Zone, set the cross cursor
    using the JOYSTICK and press the JOYSTICK. We now have a sector zone
    which alarm if any target enters the zone with the guard zone alarm indicator “GUARD I 4” which indicates IN alarm mode is in operation and the
    alarm target sensitivity is set at 4.
    Press the GUARD key again and the symbol will change to “GUARD O 4”
    indicating that the OUT alarm will sound for targets leaving the guard zone.
    Pressing the GUARD key again will turn off the Guard Zone.

    To memorize an alarm zone, press and hold the GUARD key until the display beeps and the alarm character “GUARD I” turn into highlight at IN
    mode alarm. At this time the zone will have been memorized for use at any
    time.
    To activate the memorized alarm zone, just press and hold the GUARD key
    until the display beeps. Your memorized zone will reappear. The zone will
    be displayed as an IN mode alarm. If you want to change to an OUT mode
    alarm, press the GUARD key.

    To memorize an alarm zone, press and hold the GUARD key until the display beeps and the alarm character “GUARD I” turn into highlight at IN
    mode alarm. At this time the zone will have been memorized for use at any
    time.
    To activate the memorized alarm zone, just press and hold the GUARD key
    until the display beeps. Your memorized zone will reappear. The zone will
    be displayed as an IN mode alarm. If you want to change to an OUT mode
    alarm, press the GUARD key.

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    START POINT

    START POINT
    BEARING LIMITS

    BEARING LIMITS

    GUARD ZONE WIDTH

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    4.14 RINGS
    Press the SHM/RINGS key to set rings on/off.

    4.14 RINGS
    Press the SHM/RINGS key to set rings on/off.

    4.15 SHM
    Momentarily disables the Ship’s Heading Flash while SHM/RINGS key is held
    depressed.

    4.15 SHM
    Momentarily disables the Ship’s Heading Flash while SHM/RINGS key is held
    depressed.

    4.16 POSITION
    This allows selection of latitude/longitude (LL), time difference (TD) position
    or off displays. In addition you may display waypoint (WPT) as a LL position
    in place of your own position data.

    4.16 POSITION
    This allows selection of latitude/longitude (LL), time difference (TD) position
    or off displays. In addition you may display waypoint (WPT) as a LL position
    in place of your own position data.

    4.17 WAYPOINT
    When the waypoint mode is turned on, and the radar is connected to a LORAN
    or GPS with the necessary data output, a waypoint symbol appears on the radar
    screen. Numeric data, showing the waypoint’s bearing, range, and time-to-go
    appears at the bottom right corner on the screen.

    4.17 WAYPOINT
    When the waypoint mode is turned on, and the radar is connected to a LORAN
    or GPS with the necessary data output, a waypoint symbol appears on the radar
    screen. Numeric data, showing the waypoint’s bearing, range, and time-to-go
    appears at the bottom right corner on the screen.

    4.18 READ OUT DIMENSION OF BEARING
    This selects the bearing for heading flush, EBL, cursor and waypoint to work in
    either magnetic or true bearings. When magnetic bearing is selected, displayed
    character “M” appears. When true bearing is selected, displayed character “T”
    appears. This bearing displays only numeric data. The ship’s heading marker is
    displayed as
    direction.

    4.18 READ OUT DIMENSION OF BEARING
    This selects the bearing for heading flush, EBL, cursor and waypoint to work in
    either magnetic or true bearings. When magnetic bearing is selected, displayed
    character “M” appears. When true bearing is selected, displayed character “T”
    appears. This bearing displays only numeric data. The ship’s heading marker is
    displayed as
    direction.

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    4.19 TRAIL
    This feature allows the operator to see the past history of target movement as an
    after-glow or trail behind the moving targets. The selecting “short” enables trail,
    placing a short after-glow behind the moving targets. Selecting the “long” enables trail with a longer after-glow.

    4.19 TRAIL
    This feature allows the operator to see the past history of target movement as an
    after-glow or trail behind the moving targets. The selecting “short” enables trail,
    placing a short after-glow behind the moving targets. Selecting the “long” enables trail with a longer after-glow.

    4.20 TARGETS EXPANSION
    Target expand mode can be set to on or off. Target expand mode gives the operator the ability to make small targets appear larger on the display for better
    viewing. When active, “EXP” is highlighted in the upper left area of the screen.

    4.20 TARGETS EXPANSION
    Target expand mode can be set to on or off. Target expand mode gives the operator the ability to make small targets appear larger on the display for better
    viewing. When active, “EXP” is highlighted in the upper left area of the screen.

    4.21 REDUCING INTERFERENCE REJECTION

    4.21 REDUCING INTERFERENCE REJECTION

    CAUTION

    CAUTION

    If you’ll watch the RADAR BEACON and the SART, set the process as follows.
    IR OFF

    If you’ll watch the RADAR BEACON and the SART, set the process as follows.
    IR OFF

    Interference Rejection (IR) mode can be set to on or off. The IR reduces noise
    on the display caused by other radars. When active, the “IR” is highlighted on
    the upper left of the screen. If you are navigating in a port area serviced by a
    RACON, you should turn off the IR mode to see the RACON signals.

    Interference Rejection (IR) mode can be set to on or off. The IR reduces noise
    on the display caused by other radars. When active, the “IR” is highlighted on
    the upper left of the screen. If you are navigating in a port area serviced by a
    RACON, you should turn off the IR mode to see the RACON signals.

    4.22 MOB (Man Over-Board)
    Pressing the MOB key, will locate a MOB mark over own ship’s present location and the range, bearing and TTG to MOB point be displayed in the lower
    position of the display.

    4.22 MOB (Man Over-Board)
    Pressing the MOB key, will locate a MOB mark over own ship’s present location and the range, bearing and TTG to MOB point be displayed in the lower
    position of the display.

    4.23 TIMED-TX MODE
    The TIMED-TX mode allows the operator to program the radar to automatically transmit for a programmed period followed by a standby period. This
    permits the user to maintain a radar watch while reducing the power consumption experienced during full transmit operation. In TIMED-TX mode press the
    STBY/OFF key and the radar will return to its normal operating mode.

    4.23 TIMED-TX MODE
    The TIMED-TX mode allows the operator to program the radar to automatically transmit for a programmed period followed by a standby period. This
    permits the user to maintain a radar watch while reducing the power consumption experienced during full transmit operation. In TIMED-TX mode press the
    STBY/OFF key and the radar will return to its normal operating mode.

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    4.24 SETTING AUTO/MANUAL TUNING
    The tuning control can be selected either automatically or manually. If the manual
    tuning control is selected, the tuning bar indicator is present. The auto tune
    mode will automatically tune the radar for optimum reception whenever the
    radar is turned on, even if ranges changed.

    4.24 SETTING AUTO/MANUAL TUNING
    The tuning control can be selected either automatically or manually. If the manual
    tuning control is selected, the tuning bar indicator is present. The auto tune
    mode will automatically tune the radar for optimum reception whenever the
    radar is turned on, even if ranges changed.

    4.25 IN CASE AN UNUSUAL CONDITION OCCURS
    DURING OPERATION
    If the operator encounters unusual conditions, such as:-The screen is disturbed.
    The machine accepts no key input.
    While manipulating, initialize RADAR 2000 by following the steps given below.

    4.25 IN CASE AN UNUSUAL CONDITION OCCURS
    DURING OPERATION
    If the operator encounters unusual conditions, such as:-The screen is disturbed.
    The machine accepts no key input.
    While manipulating, initialize RADAR 2000 by following the steps given below.

    (a) Press the STBY/OFF and X-MIT/OFF keys simultaneously.
    The RADAR 2000 is turned off.

    (a) Press the STBY/OFF and X-MIT/OFF keys simultaneously.
    The RADAR 2000 is turned off.

    (b) Press the EBL/VRM and STBY/OFF keys simultaneously.
    All settings except the initial settings established through the “INITIAL
    SETTING” menu are reset to their factory-set values.

    (b) Press the EBL/VRM and STBY/OFF keys simultaneously.
    All settings except the initial settings established through the “INITIAL
    SETTING” menu are reset to their factory-set values.

    4.26 LANGUAGE
    The radar menu can be displayed in one of six languages. They are English,
    Spanish, French, German, Norwegian and Italian. After selecting any language,
    the menu and the oper. prompts will also change to that language. A master
    reset will return the display setting to English.
    Press the JOYSTICK.
    Select the “LANGUAGE” from the “RADAR SET-UP” menu.
    Select desired language.
    Press the JOYSTICK to exit the language setting mode.

    4.26 LANGUAGE
    The radar menu can be displayed in one of six languages. They are English,
    Spanish, French, German, Norwegian and Italian. After selecting any language,
    the menu and the oper. prompts will also change to that language. A master
    reset will return the display setting to English.
    Press the JOYSTICK.
    Select the “LANGUAGE” from the “RADAR SET-UP” menu.
    Select desired language.
    Press the JOYSTICK to exit the language setting mode.

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    4.27 OPERATING MENUS
    Press the JOYSTICK (MENU/ENT), and the first menu sheet will be appear.
    The JOYSTICK is used to select a particular menu. The particular menu will be
    highlighted character.
    Pressing the JOYSTICK (MENU/ENT) again will return the display to the normal video presentation.

    4.27 OPERATING MENUS
    Press the JOYSTICK (MENU/ENT), and the first menu sheet will be appear.
    The JOYSTICK is used to select a particular menu. The particular menu will be
    highlighted character.
    Pressing the JOYSTICK (MENU/ENT) again will return the display to the normal video presentation.

    English Menus

    English Menus

    MENU
    ENT

    MENU
    ENT

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    Spanish Menus

    Spanish Menus

    MENU
    ENT

    MENU
    ENT

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    Norwegian Menus

    Norwegian Menus

    MENU
    ENT

    MENU
    ENT

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    Menu Item Description

    Menu Item Description

    FUNCTION

    FUNCTION

    Selects #2VRM.

    Selects #2VRM.

    Selects #2EBL.

    Selects #2EBL.

    Doubles the size of the image
    at a given position on the PPI
    screen.

    Doubles the size of the image
    at a given position on the PPI
    screen.

    Selects true or relative motion
    display.

    Selects true or relative motion
    display.

    Selects the heading mode.

    Selects the heading mode.

    Defines the receiver tuning
    mode.

    Defines the receiver tuning
    mode.

    Displays the past tracks
    (wakes) of the echo as an
    after-glow on the PPI screen.
    A short afterglow lasts approx.
    15 to 16 seconds and a long
    after-grow lasts approx 60
    seconds.

    Displays the past tracks
    (wakes) of the echo as an
    after-glow on the PPI screen.
    A short afterglow lasts approx.
    15 to 16 seconds and a long
    after-grow lasts approx 60
    seconds.

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    DISPLAY

    DISPLAY

    * Displays

    * Displays

    the position of the
    own ship, or waypoint in latitude and longitude (L/L) or
    time difference (TD).

    * Display

    *

    the position of the
    own ship, or waypoint in latitude and longitude (L/L) or
    time difference (TD).

    the waypoint on the

    * Display

    the waypoint on the

    PPI.

    PPI.

    Selects the unit of VRM and
    cursor range from
    NM (nautical miles),
    KY (kiloyards),
    and KM (kilometers).

    Selects the unit of VRM and
    cursor range from
    NM (nautical miles),
    KY (kiloyards),
    and KM (kilometers).

    Selects the type of bearing
    information to be used.

    *

    Selects the type of bearing
    information to be used.

    Selects EBL bearing

    Selects EBL bearing

    Alternates between the transmission and standby (sleep)
    mode, for power saving.

    Alternates between the transmission and standby (sleep)
    mode, for power saving.

    Specifies the transmission
    time in terms of the rotational
    scans.

    Specifies the transmission
    time in terms of the rotational
    scans.

    Specifies the standby (sleep)
    time.

    Specifies the standby (sleep)
    time.

    Functions identified by an

    require an optional unit, or an external device.

    Functions identified by an

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    RADAR SET-UP

    RADAR SET-UP

    Sets the guard zone sensitivity
    threshold for echo.

    Sets the guard zone sensitivity
    threshold for echo.

    Sets the width of the transmitter
    pulses.
    The narrower the pulse width,
    the better the range resolution
    is.
    The wider the pulse width, the
    better the sensitivity is.

    Sets the width of the transmitter
    pulses.
    The narrower the pulse width,
    the better the range resolution
    is.
    The wider the pulse width, the
    better the sensitivity is.

    Selects the language for the text
    displayed on the screen.

    Selects the language for the text
    displayed on the screen.

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    INITIAL SETTING

    INITIAL SETTING

    MENU
    ENT

    MENU
    ENT

    (LONG PRESS)

    Adjusts the bearing on the
    PPI screen.

    Adjusts the bearing on the
    PPI screen.

    Adjusts the range of the echo
    image on the PPI screen and
    the rage of the actual target.

    Adjusts the range of the echo
    image on the PPI screen and
    the rage of the actual target.

    Makes coarse tuning of the
    receiver.

    Makes coarse tuning of the
    receiver.

    Adjusts the intensity of the
    sea clutter.

    Adjusts the intensity of the
    sea clutter.

    Adjusts the volume of the
    alarm buzzer.
    The volume must normally
    be set to its maximum.

    Adjusts the volume of the
    alarm buzzer.
    The volume must normally
    be set to its maximum.

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    4.28 DISPLAY OF RADAR TRANSPONDER
    SART (Search and Rescur Radar Transponder) is life preserving device approved by GMDSS which is used for locating survivors in the event of a disaster or distress. SART operates in the 9 GHz frequency band. When it receives a
    radar signal (interrogating radio wave) of 9 GHz transmitted by a rescue ship or
    aircraft radar, SART transmits a series of respouse signals to the searchers to
    indicate the distress position.

    4.28 DISPLAY OF RADAR TRANSPONDER
    SART (Search and Rescur Radar Transponder) is life preserving device approved by GMDSS which is used for locating survivors in the event of a disaster or distress. SART operates in the 9 GHz frequency band. When it receives a
    radar signal (interrogating radio wave) of 9 GHz transmitted by a rescue ship or
    aircraft radar, SART transmits a series of respouse signals to the searchers to
    indicate the distress position.

    In order to see the SART or radar beacon mark on the radar screen.

    In order to see the SART or radar beacon mark on the radar screen.

    RANGE SCALE
    STC
    TUNE
    IR

    :
    :
    :
    :

    Select 6 or 12 nm.
    Set to minimum.
    DETUNED to reduce the clutter.
    Set IR OFF.

    RANGE SCALE
    STC
    TUNE
    IR

    :
    :
    :
    :

    Select 6 or 12 nm.
    Set to minimum.
    DETUNED to reduce the clutter.
    Set IR OFF.

    SART Code

    SART Code

    Position of SART

    Position of SART

    Position of the
    Rescue Craft

    Position of the
    Rescue Craft

    Land

    Land
    Other Ships

    Other Ships

    [EXAMPLE]

    [EXAMPLE]

    Attention

    Attention

    When above settings
    to
    are made to display SART signals, objects around the own
    ship will not appear on the radar screen, so perform thorough visual monitoring of the sea
    area around the own ship to avoid any collision or stranding.
    Further, when more than one radar systems are mounted, while using a 9 GHz band radar
    for searching SART signals, be sure to use another radar as an ordinary radar to perform
    monitoring of objects around the own ship to avoid any collision, check of the position of
    the own ship to avoid any stranding, and so on.
    Need to retune the set for normal operation on completeion.

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    OPERATION

    When above settings
    to
    are made to display SART signals, objects around the own
    ship will not appear on the radar screen, so perform thorough visual monitoring of the sea
    area around the own ship to avoid any collision or stranding.
    Further, when more than one radar systems are mounted, while using a 9 GHz band radar
    for searching SART signals, be sure to use another radar as an ordinary radar to perform
    monitoring of objects around the own ship to avoid any collision, check of the position of
    the own ship to avoid any stranding, and so on.
    Need to retune the set for normal operation on completeion.

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    SECTION 5

    SECTION 5

    MAINTENANCE

    MAINTENANCE

    The purpose of this section is to provide servicing instructions for the service
    technician. The RADAR 2000 is designed to provide long periods of trouble
    free operation. However, environmental and other factors may required this
    equipment to be serviced.

    The purpose of this section is to provide servicing instructions for the service
    technician. The RADAR 2000 is designed to provide long periods of trouble
    free operation. However, environmental and other factors may required this
    equipment to be serviced.

    WARNING

    WARNING

    This radar equipment contains high voltage. Adjustments require
    specialized service procedures and tools only available to qualified service technicians. There are no user serviceable parts or
    adjustments. The operator should never remove the radar unit
    cover nor attempt to service this equipment. When servicing this
    equipment, it is important that the technician comply with all
    safety precautions set forth in this manual.
    The high voltage can cause a severe personal injury by the electric shock.

    This radar equipment contains high voltage. Adjustments require
    specialized service procedures and tools only available to qualified service technicians. There are no user serviceable parts or
    adjustments. The operator should never remove the radar unit
    cover nor attempt to service this equipment. When servicing this
    equipment, it is important that the technician comply with all
    safety precautions set forth in this manual.
    The high voltage can cause a severe personal injury by the electric shock.

    5.1 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
    Continuous satisfactory operation of the radar can depend on how well it is
    treated. The following maintenance tips can save you time and money, and will
    help avoid premature equipment failure.
    1. Always keep the equipment as clean as possible. Remove dirt, dust, or water-spray from the display and scanner during the boat clean up. These units
    are “water resistant” but not “water proof”. Do not immerse.
    2. During routine ship’s maintenance, inspect the radar system for the following points:
    (1) Check all hardware for tightness.

    MAINTENANCE

    5.1 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
    Continuous satisfactory operation of the radar can depend on how well it is
    treated. The following maintenance tips can save you time and money, and will
    help avoid premature equipment failure.
    1. Always keep the equipment as clean as possible. Remove dirt, dust, or water-spray from the display and scanner during the boat clean up. These units
    are “water resistant” but not “water proof”. Do not immerse.
    2. During routine ship’s maintenance, inspect the radar system for the following points:
    (1) Check all hardware for tightness.

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    (2) Check for evidence of any corrosion of the scanner unit, display unit, or
    its cable and connectors. Clean as required.
    (3) Check that the cable connector is secure.

    (2) Check for evidence of any corrosion of the scanner unit, display unit, or
    its cable and connectors. Clean as required.
    (3) Check that the cable connector is secure.

    5.2 CLEANING THE SCANNER UNIT
    Wash the exterior of the scanner unit with fresh water. But do not immerse the
    unit. A heavy deposit of dirt or caked salt on the surface of the scanner may
    cause a considerable drop in the radar performance. Clean the face of the display unit with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth slightly dampened with fresh water.

    5.2 CLEANING THE SCANNER UNIT
    Wash the exterior of the scanner unit with fresh water. But do not immerse the
    unit. A heavy deposit of dirt or caked salt on the surface of the scanner may
    cause a considerable drop in the radar performance. Clean the face of the display unit with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth slightly dampened with fresh water.

    5.3 CLEANING THE DISPLAY SCREEN
    Dust on the screen tube will reduce the grass transparency and make the video
    image dim. Wipe the screen surface with a soft lint-free cloth (made of flannel
    or cotton). A cloth moistened with an antistatic agent will not cause a problem.
    When using it, wipe softly; never rub the screen surface with excessive force.

    5.3 CLEANING THE DISPLAY SCREEN
    Dust on the screen tube will reduce the grass transparency and make the video
    image dim. Wipe the screen surface with a soft lint-free cloth (made of flannel
    or cotton). A cloth moistened with an antistatic agent will not cause a problem.
    When using it, wipe softly; never rub the screen surface with excessive force.

    MAINTENANCE

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    SECTION 6

    SECTION 6

    AFTER-SALES SERVICE

    AFTER-SALES SERVICE


    When asking for repair
    When a system failure is suspended, read Section 3 carefully and re-check the abnormal part.
    If it is still considered to be a failure, stop the operation at once and consult with the
    dealer you purchased the product, our sales department or your nearest branch or
    business office.





    When a system failure is suspended, read Section 3 carefully and re-check the abnormal part.
    If it is still considered to be a failure, stop the operation at once and consult with the
    dealer you purchased the product, our sales department or your nearest branch or
    business office.



    Repair within the warranty period

    To verify ownership and warranty registration, you should take a few minutes and
    full out your warranty registration card in the front of the manual. It is very important that you take time to fill out this card.
    The warranty registration card should be returned to the nearest JRC service center
    immediately after your purchase in order to receive full warranty benefits.

    Read attached the warranty card contains important information on warranty limitations.

    Read attached the warranty card contains important information on warranty limitations.



    Repair after the warranty period has expired

    Repair after the warranty period has expired
    If the product is recoverable by repairing, we will repair it upon your request.



    Items to be identified
    ✩ Product name, model name, manufacturing date and serial number
    ✩ Failure condition (as detailed as possible: see the Radar Failure Checklist on
    Page 40.)
    ✩ Your company/organization name, location and telephone number



    Repair within the warranty period

    To verify ownership and warranty registration, you should take a few minutes and
    full out your warranty registration card in the front of the manual. It is very important that you take time to fill out this card.
    The warranty registration card should be returned to the nearest JRC service center
    immediately after your purchase in order to receive full warranty benefits.

    If the product is recoverable by repairing, we will repair it upon your request.



    When asking for repair

    Items to be identified
    ✩ Product name, model name, manufacturing date and serial number
    ✩ Failure condition (as detailed as possible: see the Radar Failure Checklist on
    Page 40.)
    ✩ Your company/organization name, location and telephone number



    Recommendation of maintenance inspection

    Recommendation of maintenance inspection

    Although it depends on your operating condition, the performance of the product
    may be lowered due to parts wear.
    We recommend maintenance inspection, apart from the normal maintenance work.
    For maintenance inspection, consult with the dealer you purchased the product, our
    sales department, or your nearest branch or business office.
    Note that this maintenance inspection will be charged.

    Although it depends on your operating condition, the performance of the product
    may be lowered due to parts wear.
    We recommend maintenance inspection, apart from the normal maintenance work.
    For maintenance inspection, consult with the dealer you purchased the product, our
    sales department, or your nearest branch or business office.
    Note that this maintenance inspection will be charged.

    For detail of after-sale service, contact the dealer you purchased the product, our sales
    department, or your nearest branch or business office.

    For detail of after-sale service, contact the dealer you purchased the product, our sales
    department, or your nearest branch or business office.

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    RADAR FAILURE CHECKLIST

    RADAR FAILURE CHECKLIST

    When ordering for repair, check the following items, fill in the sheet and send it to us. If there is any
    uncertain items, contact your ship and give us correct information on the product.
    Ship name:
    Phone:
    Fax:
    Radar general model name: JMA-1521
    Serial No.:

    When ordering for repair, check the following items, fill in the sheet and send it to us. If there is any
    uncertain items, contact your ship and give us correct information on the product.
    Ship name:
    Phone:
    Fax:
    Radar general model name: JMA-1521
    Serial No.:

    (1) Check the following items in the order of the number, and circle the applicable answer between
    YES or NO.
    If the item cannot be determined as YES or NO, explain in detail in the item (15), Others.
    (2) If any of the items (1) through (4) is marked as NO, check the fuse of the product.
    (3) Check the items (4) through (14) while the transmission (TX) is ON.

    (1) Check the following items in the order of the number, and circle the applicable answer between
    YES or NO.
    If the item cannot be determined as YES or NO, explain in detail in the item (15), Others.
    (2) If any of the items (1) through (4) is marked as NO, check the fuse of the product.
    (3) Check the items (4) through (14) while the transmission (TX) is ON.

    * Functions mentioned in the items (13) through (14) may be optional. If the function is optional, answer is not necessary.

    * Functions mentioned in the items (13) through (14) may be optional. If the function is optional, answer is not necessary.

    No.

    Check Item

    Result

    No.

    Result

    (1) Power can be turned on. (The lamp on the operation panel is lit.)

    YES

    NO

    (1) Power can be turned on. (The lamp on the operation panel is lit.)

    YES

    NO

    (2) A few minutes after powering-on, it will become stand-by status (TX Ready).

    YES

    NO

    (2) A few minutes after powering-on, it will become stand-by status (TX Ready).

    YES

    NO

    (3) When powering-on (or TX ON), the CRT displays something (CRT is lit).

    YES

    NO

    (3) When powering-on (or TX ON), the CRT displays something (CRT is lit).

    YES

    NO

    (4) The scanner unit rotates at the transmission (TX) ON. (Check the following items while transmission is ON.) YES

    NO

    (4) The scanner unit rotates at the transmission (TX) ON. (Check the following items while transmission is ON.) YES

    NO

    (5) Tuning is enabled. (Check with the range of 6NM or more.)

    YES

    NO

    (5) Tuning is enabled. (Check with the range of 6NM or more.)

    YES

    NO

    (6) Fixed marker is displayed.

    YES

    NO

    (6) Fixed marker is displayed.

    YES

    NO

    (7) VRM is displayed.

    YES

    NO

    (7) VRM is displayed.

    YES

    NO

    White noise is displayed while set at SEA, RAIN minimum, GAIN maximum,
    YES
    IR-OFF and range 24 NM.

    NO

    (8)

    White noise is displayed while set at SEA, RAIN minimum, GAIN maximum,
    YES
    IR-OFF and range 24 NM.

    NO

    YES

    NO

    (9) Target reflection echo is displayed.

    (10) Sensitivity of reflection echo is normal.

    YES

    NO

    (11) EBL is displayed.

    YES

    (12) Cursor mark moves.

    (8)

    (9) Target reflection echo is displayed.

    YES

    NO

    (10) Sensitivity of reflection echo is normal.

    YES

    NO

    NO

    (11) EBL is displayed.

    YES

    NO

    YES

    NO

    (12) Cursor mark moves.

    YES

    NO

    *(13) GYRO course can be set and normally displayed.

    YES

    NO

    *(13) GYRO course can be set and normally displayed.

    YES

    NO

    *(14) LOG speed can be normally displayed.

    YES

    NO

    *(14) LOG speed can be normally displayed.

    YES

    NO

    (15) Others (Error message, etc.)

    40

    Check Item

    AFTER-SALES SERVICE

    (15) Others (Error message, etc.)

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    SECTION 7

    SECTION 7

    DISPOSAL

    DISPOSAL

    7.1 EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL
    Dispose of this equipment by following the ordinances or regulations of the
    local authorities in charge of the disposal site.

    7.1 EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL
    Dispose of this equipment by following the ordinances or regulations of the
    local authorities in charge of the disposal site.

    7.2 DISPOSAL OF USED BATTERY

    7.2 DISPOSAL OF USED BATTERY

    CAUTION

    CAUTION

    Before disposing of used lithium battery, insulate by affixing tape
    to the positive and negative terminals or by other means. Otherwise, short-circuiting may occur, resulting in heat generation,
    bursting or ignition.

    Before disposing of used lithium battery, insulate by affixing tape
    to the positive and negative terminals or by other means. Otherwise, short-circuiting may occur, resulting in heat generation,
    bursting or ignition.

    On this equipment, lithium battery is used for:
    BT1 in the CPU control circuit (PC1) (Sanyo electric CR2032-FT6-1.)

    On this equipment, lithium battery is used for:
    BT1 in the CPU control circuit (PC1) (Sanyo electric CR2032-FT6-1.)

    ● Do not keep used lithium batteries but dispose of them immediately after as
    non-combustible waste.
    ● Before disposing of used lithium battery, insulate by affixing tape to the
    positive and negative terminals or by other means. In the area where used
    battery are separated from other waste, dispose of them by following the
    local regulations.
    For detail, consult your local distributor, our sales office or your local government.

    ● Do not keep used lithium batteries but dispose of them immediately after as
    non-combustible waste.
    ● Before disposing of used lithium battery, insulate by affixing tape to the
    positive and negative terminals or by other means. In the area where used
    battery are separated from other waste, dispose of them by following the
    local regulations.
    For detail, consult your local distributor, our sales office or your local government.

    7.3 DISPOSAL OF USED MAGNETRON
    The scanner unit in this radar use a magnetron (NKE-1044A).

    7.3 DISPOSAL OF USED MAGNETRON
    The scanner unit in this radar use a magnetron (NKE-1044A).

    ● After replacing it, return the used one to your local distributor or our sales
    office.
    For detail, ask your local distributor or our sales office.

    ● After replacing it, return the used one to your local distributor or our sales
    office.
    For detail, ask your local distributor or our sales office.

    DISPOSAL

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    SECTION 8

    SECTION 8

    SPECIFICATIONS

    SPECIFICATIONS

    8.1 GENERAL
    1. Maximum range:
    2. Minimum range:
    3. Range scales:

    8.1 GENERAL
    1. Maximum range:
    2. Minimum range:
    3. Range scales:

    24 NM
    Less than 30 m on the 0.125 NM range
    Range
    Number of
    Range ring
    (NM)
    Rings
    Interval(NM)

    0.125
    2
    0.0625
    0.25
    2
    0.125
    0.5
    2
    0.25
    0.75
    3
    0.25
    1.5
    6
    0.25
    3.0
    6
    0.5
    6.0
    6
    1.0
    12.0
    6
    2.0
    24.0
    6
    4.0
    4. Range discriminations: Less than 35 m
    5. Range ring accuracy: Better than
    0.9% of maximum range
    of the scale in use, or 8 m, whichever is
    the greater.
    6. Bearing accuracy:
    1 degree
    7. Display device:
    (CRT: 7” 640 480 dots)
    8. Environmental conditions:
    Scanner unit
    Temperature
    15 to 50
    Humidity
    Up to 95% at 35
    Display unit
    Temperature
    10 to 50
    Humidity
    Up to 95% at 35
    9. Input power:
    10.2 V to 42 V
    10. Power consumption:
    Approx. 40 W
    11. AVR:
    Floating AVR system
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    SPECIFICATIONS

    24 NM
    Less than 30 m on the 0.125 NM range
    Range
    Number of
    Range ring
    (NM)
    Rings
    Interval(NM)

    0.125
    2
    0.0625
    0.25
    2
    0.125
    0.5
    2
    0.25
    0.75
    3
    0.25
    1.5
    6
    0.25
    3.0
    6
    0.5
    6.0
    6
    1.0
    12.0
    6
    2.0
    24.0
    6
    4.0
    4. Range discriminations: Less than 35 m
    5. Range ring accuracy: Better than
    0.9% of maximum range
    of the scale in use, or 8 m, whichever is
    the greater.
    6. Bearing accuracy:
    1 degree
    7. Display device:
    (CRT: 7” 640 480 dots)
    8. Environmental conditions:
    Scanner unit
    Temperature
    15 to 50
    Humidity
    Up to 95% at 35
    Display unit
    Temperature
    10 to 50
    Humidity
    Up to 95% at 35
    9. Input power:
    10.2 V to 42 V
    10. Power consumption:
    Approx. 40 W
    11. AVR:
    Floating AVR system
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    8.2 SCANNER UNIT
    1. Dimensions:

    8.2 SCANNER UNIT
    1. Dimensions:

    8.3 DISPLAY UNIT
    1. Dimensions:

    8.3 DISPLAY UNIT
    1. Dimensions:

    Diameter
    450 mm
    Height
    227 mm
    2. Mass:
    Approx. 5.5 kg
    3. Polarization:
    Horizontal
    4. Beam width:
    Horizontal
    6 nominal
    Vertical
    25
    5. Sidelobes:
    Less than 21 dB
    6. Rotation:
    Approx. 24 rpm
    7. Transmitter frequency: 9445 30 MHz
    8. Peak power output:
    2 kW
    9. Pulse length/PRF:
    0.08 µs/2250 Hz
    (0.125, 0.25, 0.5, 0.75 NM)
    0.35 µs/1500 Hz (1.5, 3, 6 NM)
    0.7 µs/750 Hz (3, 6, 12, 24 NM)
    10. Duplexer:
    T-junction with diode Limiter
    11. Mixer:
    MIC frontend
    12. IF amplifier:
    Center frequency 60 MHz
    Bandwidth
    3/10 MHz
    13. Noise figure
    Less than 6 dB
    14. Characteristic
    Semi-Log

    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.

    Mass:
    Mounting:
    Video:
    Tuning:
    Bearing scale:
    VRM:
    EBL:

    Diameter
    450 mm
    Height
    227 mm
    2. Mass:
    Approx. 5.5 kg
    3. Polarization:
    Horizontal
    4. Beam width:
    Horizontal
    6 nominal
    Vertical
    25
    5. Sidelobes:
    Less than 21 dB
    6. Rotation:
    Approx. 24 rpm
    7. Transmitter frequency: 9445 30 MHz
    8. Peak power output:
    2 kW
    9. Pulse length/PRF:
    0.08 µs/2250 Hz
    (0.125, 0.25, 0.5, 0.75 NM)
    0.35 µs/1500 Hz (1.5, 3, 6 NM)
    0.7 µs/750 Hz (3, 6, 12, 24 NM)
    10. Duplexer:
    T-junction with diode Limiter
    11. Mixer:
    MIC frontend
    12. IF amplifier:
    Center frequency 60 MHz
    Bandwidth
    3/10 MHz
    13. Noise figure
    Less than 6 dB
    14. Characteristic
    Semi-Log

    Width
    276 mm
    Depth
    250 mm
    Height
    204 mm
    Approx. 6 kg
    Table, Overhead or Flush mount
    8 levels quantitized
    Auto/ Manual
    360 scale graduated at intervals of 1
    3 digit readout
    3 digit readout
    SPECIFICATIONS

    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.
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    Mass:
    Mounting:
    Video:
    Tuning:
    Bearing scale:
    VRM:
    EBL:

    Width
    276 mm
    Depth
    250 mm
    Height
    204 mm
    Approx. 6 kg
    Table, Overhead or Flush mount
    8 levels quantitized
    Auto/ Manual
    360 scale graduated at intervals of 1
    3 digit readout
    3 digit readout
    SPECIFICATIONS

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    9. Alarm:
    10. Off Center:
    11. Planned TX:
    12. Language:
    13. Features:

    14. External input:
    NAV-AID
    Compass

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    SPECIFICATIONS

    Audible alarm with zone mark
    2/3 radius
    Rotation period 10, 20 or 30 scans
    Repetition period 3, 5, 10, 15 min.
    English, Spanish, Norwegian
    VRM(2), EBL(2), Cursor with LL,
    Interference rejection, Target expansion,
    Target alarm, LL or TD readout, Waypoint
    with LL, Offset, Timed TX, Target Trail,
    Auto tune, Man Overboard, floating EBL/
    VRM

    9. Alarm:
    10. Off Center:
    11. Planned TX:
    12. Language:
    13. Features:

    14. External input:
    NAV-AID

    NMEA0183 (RMA, RMB, RMC, GLL,
    GTD, VTG, BWC sentence)
    NMEA0183 (HDM, HDT, VHW or HSC
    sentence)

    Compass

    44

    SPECIFICATIONS

    Audible alarm with zone mark
    2/3 radius
    Rotation period 10, 20 or 30 scans
    Repetition period 3, 5, 10, 15 min.
    English, Spanish, Norwegian
    VRM(2), EBL(2), Cursor with LL,
    Interference rejection, Target expansion,
    Target alarm, LL or TD readout, Waypoint
    with LL, Offset, Timed TX, Target Trail,
    Auto tune, Man Overboard, floating EBL/
    VRM
    NMEA0183 (RMA, RMB, RMC, GLL,
    GTD, VTG, BWC sentence)
    NMEA0183 (HDM, HDT, VHW or HSC
    sentence)



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    5-φ12mm
    0.47"
    141.42mm
    5.57"

    FORWARD

    141.42mm
    5.57"

    Water pulling-out hole

    145mm
    5.7"

    Fig.1 RADAR 2000 SCANNER UNIT (NKE-1044A) RADOME TEMPLATE

    CABLE ACCESS



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Holen Sie sich Ihr Benutzerhandbuch per E-Mail

Geben Sie Ihre E-Mail-Adresse ein, um das Handbuch zu erhalten von JRC Radar2000 in der Sprache / Sprachen: Englisch als Anhang in Ihrer E-Mail.

Das Handbuch ist 5,53 mb groß.

 

Sie erhalten das Handbuch in Ihrer E-Mail innerhalb von Minuten. Wenn Sie keine E-Mail erhalten haben, haben Sie wahrscheinlich die falsche E-Mail-Adresse eingegeben oder Ihre Mailbox ist zu voll. Darüber hinaus kann es sein, dass Ihr ISP eine maximale Größe für E-Mails empfangen kann.

Das Handbuch wird per E-Mail gesendet. Überprüfen Sie ihre E-Mail.

Wenn Sie innerhalb von 15 Minuten keine E-Mail mit dem Handbuch erhalten haben, kann es sein, dass Sie eine falsche E-Mail-Adresse eingegeben haben oder dass Ihr ISP eine maximale Größe eingestellt hat, um E-Mails zu erhalten, die kleiner als die Größe des Handbuchs sind.

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