User manual ICOM MA-500TR

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[. . . ] INSTRUCTION MANUAL CLASS B AIS TRANSPONDER MA-500TR This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference. FOREWORD Thank you for purchasing this Icom product. The MA-500TR class b ais transponder is designed and built with Icom's state of the art technology and craftsmanship. With proper care, this product should provide you with years of trouble-free operation. [. . . ] ·Shows the CPA (Closest Point of Approach) and TCPA (Time to CPA) information of the selected AIS target whose CPA is less than 6 nm (nautical miles) and TCPA is less than 60 minutes to your vessel. r Push [ENT] to save the settings and turn OFF the popup screen. ·fnokeyoperationisperformedfor5seconds, the backlight and I contrast levels are saved, and the popup screen automatically turns OFF. Convenient!Each push of [POWER·BRILL] after the popup screen is displayed, also adjusts the display backlight level. r Push [ENT] to display it's detail screen. 17) NOTE: The alarm buzzer sounds when a malfunction occurs or an AIS target is closer than your CPA and TCPA settings, dependingonthepresetting. (pp. 29, 30, 33, 44) To stop the alarm buzzer, push [CLEAR]. ·If the popup screen is displayed, push [CLEAR] again to turn it OFF. 15 4 BASIC OPERATION Plotter display operation (Continued) D Setting the display type (North up/COG up) Select the display type between "North up" and "COG up. " q Push [MENU] to enter the Menu mode. e Push [ENT] to select either "North up" or "COG up. " · oucanalsoselecttheoptionbypushing[] or []. Y Target list display operation The target list display shows all AIS targets being detected by the transponder, including their range and bearing information. The AIS target data is sorted by the distance from your vessel, and the closest target is located on the top of the list. Their range and bearing information is automatically updated every 5 seconds, then the AIS target data is sorted. q ush [DISP MODE] several times to select the target list P display. 17) NOTE: The alarm buzzer sounds when a malfunction occurs or an AIS target is closer than your CPA and TCPA settings, dependingonthepresetting. (pp. 29, 30, 33, 44) To stop the alarm buzzer, push [CLEAR]. ·fthepopupscreenisdisplayed, push[CLEAR] again to turn I it OFF. North up : The top of the plotter display represents North. COG up : The top of the plotter display represents the direction your course is heading. t Push [CLEAR] to exit the Menu mode. [], [], [], [] [ENT] [CLEAR] [MENU] 16 BASIC OPERATION 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Danger list display operation The danger list display shows any dangerous target whose CPA (Closest Point of Approach) distance is less than 6 nm (nautical miles), and TCPA (Time to CPA) time is less than 60 minutes to your vessel. The dangerous target data is sorted by CPA or TCPA (you can choose either; see step q). Their CPA and TCPA information is automatically updated every 5 seconds, then the dangerous target data is sorted. q ush [DISP MODE] several times to select the danger list P display. ·Push [] to sort the AIS target data by CPA. ·Push [] to sort the AIS target data by TCPA. About the detail screen The detail screen shows information about the selected AIS target. In the detail screen, pushing [CLEAR] returns to the previous screen, which was displayed before entering the details screen. See pages 18 to 21 for the detail screen of each AIS class. w Push [] or [] to select the desired AIS target. (See to the right) NOTE: The alarm buzzer sounds when a malfunction occurs or an AIS target is closer than your CPA and TCPA settings, dependingonthepresetting. (pp. 29, 30, 33, 44) To stop the alarm buzzer, push [CLEAR]. ·fthepopupscreenisdisplayed, push[CLEAR] again to turn I it OFF. 17 4 BASIC OPERATION About the detail screen (Continued) D The detail screens of "Class A" vessels ·AISClass ·MMSICode ·ShipName ·CountryName ·CallSign ·IMONumber Detail screen 3/6 ·A:BowtoAntenna ·B:SterntoAntenna ·CPortsidetoAntenna : ·DStarboardsidetoAntenna : ·Length ·Beam ·Draught ·CPA ·TCPA ·Latitude ·Longitude ·SpeedOverGround ·CourseOverGround ·TypeofShip ·NavigationStatus ·Heading · ositionAccuracy P (H: High, L: Low) ·Range ·Bearing ·RateOfTurn ·Destination ·Date ·Time Detail screen 4/6 18 BASIC OPERATION 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 D The detail screens of "Class B" vessels ·AISClass ·MMSICode ·ShipName ·CountryName ·CallSign Detail screen 3/5 ·A:BowtoAntenna ·B:SterntoAntenna ·CPortsidetoAntenna : ·DStarboardsidetoAntenna : ·Length ·Beam ·VendorID ·CPA ·TCPA ·Latitude ·Longitude ·SpeedOverGround ·CourseOverGround ·TypeofShip ·Heading · ositionAccuracy P (H: High, L: Low) ·Range ·Bearing Detail screen 4/5 19 4 BASIC OPERATION About the detail screen (Continued) D The detail screens of a "Base Station" ·AISClass ·MMSICode ·Latitude ·Longitude D The detail screens of an "SAR" ·AISClass ·MMSICode ·Latitude ·Longitude · ositionAccuracy P (H: High, L: Low) ·Range ·Bearing ·SpeedOverGround ·CourseOverGround · ositionAccuracy P (H: High, L: Low) ·Range ·Bearing ·Altitude 20 BASIC OPERATION 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 D The detail screens of an "AtoN" ·AISClass ·MMSICode Detail screen 2/4 ·A:BowtoAntenna ·B:SterntoAntenna ·CPortsidetoAntenna : ·D tarboardsidetoAntenna :S ·Length ·Beam ·CPA ·TCPA ·Latitude ·Longitude · ositionAccuracy P (H: High, L: Low) ·Range ·Bearing Detail screen 3/4 · ositionIndicator P (ON POS : ON Position, OFF POS : OFF Position) · toNexistence A (REAL, VIRTUAL) · ypeofAtoN T (Seepage49) ·DescriptionofAtoN 21 4 BASIC OPERATION Individual DSC call (Possible only when a transceiver is connected) When a transceiver* is connected to the transponder, you can transmit an Individual DSC call without needing to enter the vessel's MMSI code, by simply selecting it's AIS target and the voice channel you wish to use on the transponder. The transceiver will use the transponder's data information and make the DSC call on channel 70, then wait for the target vessel to acknowledge it. After receiving the acknowledgement `Able to comply, ' use the transceiver to communicate with the target vessel on the predetermined voice channel. *See the leaflet that comes with the transponder for details of the transceivers which can operate with this function. NOTE: The data communication speed (baud rate) of NMEA1 must be set to 4800 bps to send an Individual DSC call using the transponder. 11) q Select the desired AIS target on the plotter, target list or danger list display. 15­17) · oucanalsogotothenextstepwheneverthedetailscreenof Y the AIS target is displayed. NOTE: When a base station is selected in step q, a voice channel will be specified by the base station, therefore you cannot change the channel. [. . . ] ond to turn the power OFF, then push to 14 turn it ON again to reset the transponder. W -- · he transponder is still searching for · ait until the transponder detects a T GPS satellite. The GPS search display does · he GPS receiver is not connected to · onnect the GPS receiver to the tran- p. C · transceiver is not connected to the · onnectthetransceivertothetranspon- p. [. . . ]

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