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MARINE RADAR/AUTO PLOTTER

FR-7062/7112/7252, ARP-10

FURUNO E L E C T R I C C O., LT D.
9-52, Ashihara-cho, Nishinomiya, Japan 662 Te l e p h o n e : Te l e f a x : 0798-65-2111 0798-65-4200

Yo u r L o c a l A g e n t / D e a l e r

All rights reserved.

Printed in Japan

FIRST EDITION : SEP 1998 C : O C T. 1 2 , 1 9 9 8

PUB. No. SME-34590-C


(EIKI) FR-7062/7112/7252

Table of contents
1. GENERAL ____________________________________________________ 1-1
1.1 Outline __________________________________________________________________ 1-1 1.2 Boards & Major Components ________________________________________________ 1-2 1.3 Specifications_____________________________________________________________ 1-3

2. BLOCK DESCRIPTION _________________________________________ 2-1


2.1 Overview _______________________________________________________________ 2-1 2.2 Display unit ______________________________________________________________ 2-2 1. Power Supply Circuit (PTU-9149) ___________________________________________ 2-3 2. Signal processor (SPU-9211) ________________________________________________ 2-4 Automatic tuning _________________________________________________________ 2-5 Tuning indicator __________________________________________________________ 2-6 Manual tuning ___________________________________________________________ 2-6 Tuning cont. signal at power-on ______________________________________________ 2-6 Video adjustment _________________________________________________________ 2-7 Heading ________________________________________________________________ 2-7 Switching of NAV data (NMEA 0183) ________________________________________ 2-7 Turning on/off antenna rotation ______________________________________________ 2-8 Verification of ARP connection ______________________________________________ 2-8 3. ARP circuit (18P9002) _____________________________________________________ 2-9 Target acquisition _________________________________________________________ 2-10 ARP self-test ____________________________________________________________ 2-11 4. TTM data sentence format __________________________________________________ 2-12 2.3 Transceiver Unit __________________________________________________________ 2-13 MIC & Amplifier _________________________________________________________ 2-13 Block Diagram of IF-9214 Board ____________________________________________ 2-14 Block Diagram of IF-9099 D Board __________________________________________ 2-15 Modulator ______________________________________________________________ 2-16 Block Diagram of 03P9235 Board ___________________________________________ 2-17 Block Diagram of 03P9237 Board ___________________________________________ 2-18 MODULATOR Board 03P9239 for FR-7252 _________________________________ 2-19 RFC Board 03P9239 Board for FR-7252 _____________________________________ 2-20 POWER Supply Board 03P9236 for FR-7112 __________________________________ 2-21 2.4 Differences between PCBs __________________________________________________2-22 1. SPU Board (SPU-9211) ___________________________________________________2-22 2. PTU-9149 Board _________________________________________________________2-23

3. ADJUSTMENT ________________________________________________ 3-1


3.1 Adjustment of Display Unit __________________________________________________ 3-2 2.2 Adjustment of Scanner unit __________________________________________________ 3-12

4. MAINTENANCE _______________________________________________ 4-1


4.1 Remarks on Replacement of Major Parts _______________________________________ 4-1 4.2 Life Expectancy of Expendable Parts __________________________________________ 4-2 4.3 Menu List _______________________________________________________________ 4-3

5. TROUBLESHOOTING __________________________________________ 5-1


5.1 Outline _________________________________________________________________ 5-1 5.2 Troubleshooting Flow Charts ________________________________________________ 5-2 5.3 Message Indication ________________________________________________________ 5-15

Mechanical Parts List ______________________________________________ M-1 Mechanical Exploded View _________________________________________ D-1 Electrical Parts List ________________________________________________ E-1 Interconnection Diagram ___________________________________________ S-1 Schematic Diagram ________________________________________________ S-6

Chapter 1. GENERAL
1.1 Outline
This manual provides the information necessary for the servicing and adjustment of the radars FR7062, 7112 and 7252. The antenna unit uses a Log IF amplifier. The table below shows the major specifications of each model. The same program is installed on all models, but the menu setting through factory menu is different between the models.
Functions Maximum Range Program Number Tuning Voltage (displayed at manual tuning) RF Module Antenna Rotation Output Power DJ-1 Connector Type Input Voltage
6 kW MJ connector 10.8 V to 41.6 V 1.0 V to 11.9 V RTR-059

FR-7062
64 NM

FR-7112
72 NM 0359146-1XX

FR-7252
96 NM

1.0 V to 32 V RTR-060 24 rpm or 48 rpm 10 kW 25 kW MCP connector 21.6 V to 41.6 V


FR7062- SME-1

RTR-061

The major parts and P.C. Boards used in the display and Scanner units are tabulated on the next page.

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1.2 Boards & Major Components


Board
PROCESSOR Board POWER SUPPLY Board FILTER Board TX-HV Board DISPLAY UNIT PANEL Board Trackball INTERFACE Board Auto Plotter (Option: ARP-10) CRT Unit MODULATOR Board RFC Board POWER SUPPLY IF AMP Board INTERFACE Board SCANNER UNIT Limitter MIC Magnetron Circulator Scanner Motor CABLE Signal Cable RM-8025(24 rpm) or RM-8711(48 rpm) RW-6537 IF-9214 03P9249 RU-9039 MG5389 03P9250 RU-9099 RU-9253 or RU-9371 MG5241 RC-4356 RM-8376(24 rpm) or RM-8711 (48 rpm) RW-6537 RW-9398
FR7062- SME-2

FR-7062

FR-7112
SPU-9211 B PTU-9149 FIL-9148 PNL-9150 D TB-9152 A INT-9234 18P9007 JM-12FU

FR-7252

PTU-9149 A

HV-9017 B

INT-9240

03P9235 -

03P9237

03P9239 03P9238

03P9236 IF-9099 D

03P9241

M1458

Note: MICs RU-9253 and RU-9371 have the same characteristic. Either of them can be used for FR7112/7252.

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1.3 Specifications
SCANNER UNIT
FR-7062 Radiator Type Radiator Length Horizontal Beamwidth Vertical Beamwidth Within +20 deg. to -20 deg. of mainlobe Outside +20 deg. to -20 deg. of mainlobe FR-7112 Slotted Waveguide Array 120 cm (XN12A) or 180 cm (XN13A) 1.9 deg. (XN12A) or 1.2 deg. (XN13A) 22 deg. (XN12A/XN13A) -24 dB or less (XN12A/XN13A) -30 dB or less (XN12A/XN13A) Horizontal 24 rpm (XN12A/XN13A) nominal or 48 rpm (XN12A) nominal Open Radiator 1.00 m 0.75 m 1.65 m 1.25 m
FR7062-SME-3

FR-7252

Sidelobe Attenuation

Polarization Antenna Rotation Scanner Housing Structure Compass Safe Distance Standard Steering

TRANSCEIVER
FR-7062 Magnetron Frequency & Modulation Peak Output Power 6 kW MG5389 FR-7112 MG5241 9380 MHz to 9440 MHz, PON 10 kW 25 kW FR-7252 M1458

0.08us, approx 2100 Hz (Short Ranges: 0.125 nm to 1.5 nm) 0.3us, approx 1200 Hz (Middle Ranges: 1.5 nm to 3 nm) Pulselength & Pulse Repetition Rate 0.8us, approx 600 Hz (Long Ranges: 3 nm to 36 nm)/ approx 550 Hz (Long Ranges: 48 nm to 64 nm)/ approx 500 Hz (Long Ranges: 72, 96 nm) FET Switch Circulator with diode limiter MIC (Microwave IC) Automatic or Manual 60 MHz 25 MHz (0.08 us and 0.3 us), 3 MHz (0.8 us)
FR7062-SME-4

Modulator Duplexer Receiver Front End Tuning Intermediate Frequency Bandwidth

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DISPLAY UNIT
FR-7062 Picture Tube FR-7112 PPI (Raster scan, Daylight display) FR-7062: 64 nm max FR-7112: 72 nm max.. FR-7252: 96 nm max.. (A maximum range is selected among 64,72 and 96 nm.)
0.125 0.25 0.125 2 0.5 0.125 4 0.75 0.25 4 1 0.25 4 1.5 0.5 3 2 0.5 4 3 1 2 4 1 4 6 2 3 8 2 4 12 3 4 16 4 4 24 6 4 36 12 4 48 12 4 64* 16 4 72* 18 4 96* 24 4

FR-7252

Range Scale (nm)

Range Ring Interval Number of Rings Bearing Resolution Range Discrimination Bearing Accuracy Minimum Range Range Ring Accuracy

1/16 2

1.9 deg. Better than 20 m +1 deg. to -1 deg. Better than 25 m 0.9 deg. or 8 m, whichever is the greater

VRM Accuracy NMEA (two input): NMEA 0183 NMEA (two output): NMEA 0183 ($RATLL, $RARSD, $RATTM: ARP-10(option)) GYRO (output): FURUNO clock-serial (AD format) or NMEA 0183 (HDT, VHW, HDG, HDM) External Buzzer (output): +12V source plus Open Collector Slave Display (output): TRU-HD, BP, TR-TRIG, VIDEO NMEA 0183 Format Own ship's position: Heading (True): Heading (Magnetic): Course (True): Course (Magnetic): Waypoint (Range/Bearing): Loran time difference: Water depth: Water temperature: Time: XTE: GGA>RMC>RMA>GLL (GLL is available Ver 1.5 only) HDT>HDG*1>HDM*1>VHW>VHW*1 HDM>HDG*1>HDT*1>VHW>VHW*1 RMC>RMA>VTG VTG>RMC>RMA RMB>BWC>BWR RMA>GLC>GTD DPT>DBT>DBK>DBS MTW>MDA ZDA RMB>XTE>APB *1: Calculate by magnetic drift. 1.1 m 0.8 m
FR7062-SMJ-5

Input/Output Terminal

NAV Data

Compass safe Standard Distance Steering

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS FR-7062


Ambient Temperature Humidity Vibration Scanner Unit Display Unit

FR-7112
-25 deg. to +70 deg. -15 deg. to +55 deg. Relative humidity 95 % or less at +40 deg. IEC 945

FR-7252

FR7062- SME-6

POWER SUPPLY & POWER CONSUMPTION


FR-7062
DC Power 10.8 V to 41.6 V XN12A (24rpm) 70 W to 90 W (100 kt) DC Power XN12A (48rpm) 85 W to 105 W (70 kt) Consumption XN13A (24rpm) 80 W to 120 W (100 kt) 85 W to 100 W (100 kt) 95 W to 120 W (70 kt) 90 W to 130 W (100 kt)

FR-7112

FR-7252
21.6 V to 41.6 V 105 W to 120 W (100 kt) 120 W to 140 W (70 kt) 115 W to 150 W (100 kt) 100/110/120/220/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1 phase Requires Rectifier RU-3423 (XN12A) or RU-1746 B (XN13A, 48rpm)
FR7062- SME-7

AC Power

100/110/120/220/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1 phase Requires Rectifier RU-3423

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Chapter 2. BLOCK DESCRIPTION


2.1 Overview
The simplified block diagram of the system is illustrated below.
Scanner Unit
Antenna ARP-10

Display Unit

Mag.

MIC
HD, BP, Trigger, Video Gyro/ QV (not used) NMEA speed

TTM data

Mod.

IF Amp

CRT
HD, BP VIDEO Trigger

Processor

RF Module
Panel
FR7062-SME-8

Power

Ship's mains

NAV. Gyro

TTM(ARP-10)/ TLL,RSD

Simplified block diagram of system

TX
The trigger pulse from the PROCESSOR Board is delivered to the MODULATOR Board, oscillates the magnetron, and then radar wave is emitted from the radiator.

RX
The 9.4 GHz echo signal received by the antenna is converted to 60 MHz signal by the MIC, amplified by IF Amp, and fed to the PROCESSOR Board as a video signal. It is digitally processed and then displayed on the CRT.

Auto Plotter (optional)


The following signals are supplied from the SPU board to ARP-10 board: Heading, Bearing pulse, Video, Trigger, Bearing in AD format, and Ships speed in NMEA 0183. Target acquision and tracking are made on the ARP-10 board. Target symbols are generated on the SPU board, based on target data received from the ARP-10 board, and displayed on the CRT. Target data includes CPA, TCPA, Speed, and Course.

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2.2 Display Unit


1. Power supply Circuit (PTU-9205)
Refer to the block diagram on page 2-3. The power supply circuit is basically consists of a main inverter and a sub inverter. The main inverter derives the isolated line voltages +12 V/ANT +12 V and -12 V/ANT -12 V from the main input. The sub inverter derives +5 V and +32 V from +12 V output of the main inverter. Main inverter When the PWR switch is pressed, the power control logic U2 activates the SET winding of K1 to switch the relay on, and DC+10 V is applied to the PWM. When power is supplied to the PWM controller, it starts operation and alternately turns on and off four switching FETs Q1/Q2/Q3/Q4 connected to the primary winding of T1. The resultant AC voltage obtained on the secondary winding are rectified and smoothed to +12 V and -12 V, and delivered to various circuit in the equipment. The voltage taken from the +12 V line is fed back to the PWM controller through the VR1 to maintain the +12 V output constant. Sub inverter U6 and the associated circuit form a PWM switching regulator for +5 V and +32 V. The voltage taken from +5 V line is fed back to U6 through voltage adjuster VR2 to maintain the +5 V output constant. Protector Protection of power supply circuit is achieved by stopping the drive signals to the switching FETs Q1/Q2/Q3/Q4. Overload on +5 V and +32 V line is detected by U6. Overload on +12 V (MORTOR +) line is detected by U7. When the +5 V and +32 V line is reduced by a heavy load, U6 or U7 becomes conductive and consequently disables the PWM controller through Q5, Q6, Q7 and Q8. Overcurrent on the main input line is detected by R13, R14 and R15. The voltage drop across Q6, Q7 and Q8 becomes large when the inverter is overload. Overcurrent detector U3 disables PWM inverter U2 when the voltage drop exceeds a certain level. Overvoltage of mains input is detected by the U1. When the input voltage exceeds 41.6 V, the U1 becomes active and disables PWM controller U2. Scanner motor power (ANT+12 V/-12 V) +12 V and -12 V (ANT+12 V/-12 V) are used to drive 24 V scanner motor. The power to the motor is turned on/off by the relay (K1) on the POWER SUPPLY Board. The relay control signal from SPU Board is supplied to Q41 on the POWER SUPPLY Board. Pressing the TX key changes the ANT SW signal state from 5 V to 0 V, and K1 is on to supply +12 V.

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1 F1351 TP2 CR33,34 L32 SMOOTH

SHIP'S MAINS

+12V +5V 0V
+12V J2 2 +12V -12V

J1351 1~3 1~3 4~6 Q1,2 Q3,4 CR31,32 L31 6 -12V RECT. L1351 4~6 REVERSE POLARITY PROTECTOTR

CR1351

J1301 T1

FR-7062/7112 DC 10.2 V~41.6 V FR-7252 DC 21.6 V~41.6 V

LINE FILTER

FILTER BOARD (FIL-9148)


LATCHING K1 RELAY TP3 U3 U5 VR1 ERROR AMP VOLT ADJ. L33 Q5/U2 +10V +10V REG. T2 +5V CR36 Q41 VR2 U7 PROTECT CONTROL LOGIC (+5V) OVERCURRENT +10V VOLT ADJ. (+5V) K2 J1 CR37 (+12V) +32V Q31/CR35 ON SET

U1

INPUT OVERVOLT DET. U4

PWN SIG.

OFF RESET

SWITCHING REGULATOR CONTROL (PWM)

4 5

0V

PTo SPU Board

POWER CONTROL LOGIC

+32V

VR3 INPUT OVERVOLTAGE

PROTECT

+12V CR36 +5V REG. SWITCHING REGULATOR CONTROL (PWM)

Q33/U6

+5V

1 2

-12V ANT-12V +12V To SCANNER UNIT 4 7 8 ANT+12V 0V ANT SW J2 11 ANT SW 3 5 6

POWER SUPPLY BOARD (PTU-9149)


U8 PWR

TX (P) TX (K)

To SPU Board 10 9 8 DC (-) 7


FR7062-SME-09A

TX (P) TX TX (K) PWR PWR DC (-)

BLOCK DIAGRAM OF POWER SUPPLY

2-3

2. Signal processor (SPU-9211)


approx 3.8Vpp J104 EXT TRIG 20 TP3 (VIDEO LEVEL) #3 VIDEO 16 EEPOT U14 #5 A/C AUTO U16 #31 GAIN, A/C SEA Q17/18 TP4 D/A CONV. COMPARATOR GEN. INPUT MAX: 4 V, MIN: 0 V MAX: 0 V, MIN: -9 V MAX: 0 V, MIN: -7 V PULSE (#12), DOWN (#11), CS N (#10) PLL (1640Hz, 4096 pulse) #3 U23 SAMPLE CLK LEVEL7 #18 U20 U46 03S9060 FILTER TUNE IND 15 R2/C1 ST-BY:0.7 V, TX:approx 2.5 V (MAX) 2.5Vpp DRIVER TP8 ECHO 77.7MHz U34 6 ST-BY: 5 V TX: 0 V ES2 ON or OFF (From U40 #54) ON: 5 V OFF:0 V U21
3.90V

approx 2.2Vpp

4Vpp AC AUTO: OFF

4Vpp AC AUTO: ON EXT TRG ANALOG ECHO STRETCH A/C RAIN CR12 ES 2 U16
approx. 4.76V 4.73V 4.70V 4.60V 4.44V 4.22V

TP2

12V J104 13 s TX TRIG Max Brilliance: 4 Vpp Min Brilliance: 1 Vpp

TRIG Selector

To RF unit

PULSE (#1), UP DOWN (#2), CS N (#7), *Functions only on Tune/video adj menu. Panel J101 AC SEA VR GAIN VR A/C RAIN VR 13 15 14 0.7V J104 BEARING 13

INT TRIG
#2

LEVEL1 U26 TRIG GEN, ECHO SAMP, INT REJ, LEVEL2 NOISE REJ

INPUT AC AUTO ON or OFF (From U40 #53)ON:5 V, OFF:0 V STC CURVE (STC CURVE)) 4V

Echo Processing SMPL Echo Trail TRIG (ES1)

BASE TRIG TRUE SMPLE TXT

Timing ADJ.

64 U45

U24

LEVEL3 U22 D/A CONV. I/F U42 U27 LEVEL4 U42

VRAM Echo, Echo Trail U30, 31 XY ADDRESS

Echo/ Graphic data overlay, Priority

VIDEO Brilliance Selection D/A CONV. 4

J102 To CRT

U45 TP5 (H SYNC)

U42

Q19 26 Q31, 32 TP6 (V SYNC)

TP7 PLL

CPU
U25

LEVEL5 READ CLK LEVEL6 CLOCK GEN. U45

SYNC RANGE DATA

VCO (369kHz)

BP (180Hz, 450 pulse) approx 7V U8 0V TP1

COORDINATEs CONV (R, ) to (X, Y) U40 BEARING DATA 4V 64 s 4V 16.8ms

H/V SYNC

2, 5

To CRT

PLL (180Hz) U8

J104 11, 12 PL A/PL B*2 J105 2 TRU HD J101 DIMMER J103 17 ANT SW J109 U19 3 EXT BUZZER

HEADING.P

14

#1

SYSTEM ADDRESS/DATA BUS

H/V SYNC KEY DATA 10, 11 #79, 80

NAV DATA

3, 4

NAV1

PHOTO ISOLATOR U1 PHOTO ISOLATOR U2

DATA SELECTOR

NAV 1/2 data selection

#67

FLASH ROM U36

RAM U29

EEPROM I/F U42

D/A CONV. I/F U42

GDC MARK/ CHARACTER U33

ADDRESS/ MULTIPLEXER U42 GRAPHIC DATA

VRAM U43: MARK 0/1 U44: CHARACTER MASK U43, 44 From DATA BUS SPEED GYRO TRUE HD BP (4096 pulse) TRUE TRIG

For ARP-10 J107

NAV DATA

5, 6

NAV2

NAV data selected U39

#66

From U3, 4 GYRO DATA/ 12, 13 NAV DATA PHOTO ISOLATOR U3 PHOTO SHIFT-CLK ISOLATOR U4 #25 G/A U46 J110 3 4 5 6 TB XA TB XB TB YA TB YB #19 #20 #21 #24 To U15 #3 STC VS *1 ANT HIGHT Low: approx 4.5 V Mid: approx 3.7 V High: approx 3 V #12 #6 C VT(MAX: 5 V, MIN: 1 V) #3 #26 NMEA 0183 HDG/HDT/VHW EEPROM #66 U48 From U45 #61 GYRO DATA 14, 15 GYRO DATA ADDRESS DECODER U42 CS ROM CS RAM #16, 17 #8 D/A CONV. #7 F VT(MAX: 5 V, MIN: 1 V) #5 #8 CONTRAST VOLTAGE(MAX:approx 5 V, MIN: approx 2 V From U16 #10 From U42 #53 From U32 #21

A2, A3 A11 A4 A13

GYRO DATA, CLK TRUE HD SCAN INT SAMPL T ARPA VIDEO

VIDEO(GSC video) A9

FR-7062 manual tuning MAX: 11.9 V displayed, 13 V measured MIN: 1 V displayed, 2V measured FR-7112/7252 manual tuning MAX: 32 V displayed, 33 V measured MIN: 1 V displayed, 2 V measured

J104 10 TUNING CONT.

TRACK BALL

U5 #13 MBS LVEL(For MBS , adjustment setting off 000: 0 V, 025: 4 V) 8 MBS GAIN

U32

U21

*1:Changes STC curve depending on menu setting such as ANT height and STC curve

*2:Short(PL A: 0 V, PL B: 0 V

Middle(PL A: 12 V, PL B: 0 V), Long(PL A: 12 V, PL B: 12 V)

M1832-SME-10

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Automatic Tuning There are two types of automatic tuning: peak search and short search. The tuning voltage differs from model to model.

FR-7062: 1 V to 12 V FR-7112/7252: 5 V to 28 V
Peak search: Tuning voltage (TUNING), Point @ in the figure below, is searched in the tuning voltage range 1 V to 12 V(FR-7062) or 5 V to 28 V(FR-7112/7252). Tuning indicator voltage (TUNNIG IND) is maximum at point @ . After initial tuning adjustment, peak search is carried out for approximately 3 seconds. Short search: Maximum tuning indicator voltage @ is searched in the tuning voltage range of @ - 2.5 V to @ + 2.5 V. Search conditions: 1) After initial tuning adjustment. 2) When tuning mode is switched from manual to automatic. 3) When the radar is switched from ST-BY to TX. 4) When a range where pulselength is changed from short to middle and from middle to long is selected. Tracking: After short search, tracking takes place. Tracking voltage: 0 V to 13 V (FR-7062), 0 V to 32 V (FR-7112/7252)

Tuning voltage (TUNE) 13 V 1V

FR-7062 28 V

@ 5V

FR-7112/7252

(a)

(b)

Time (c)

Tuning indicator (TUNING IND) Restores previous pulselength Pulselength: LP Peak search LP MP SP Tracking

Short search

M1832-SME-11

2-5

Tuning indicator After tuning adjustment, peak TUNING IND voltage, (a), (b) and (c) in the figure on page 2-5 are stored on to E2PROM. The automatic and manual tuning point @ is also memorized. Using these data, the tuning indicator extends more than 80 % of its full length on all TX pulses at best tuning. Note that the length of tuning indicator on short pulse is shorter than on long ranges. The length on long ranges becomes shorter when the magnetron deteriorates. Manual tuning Manual tuning and adjustment are required when automatic tuning is abnormal (that is , low sensitivity). The manual tuning voltage changes from 1 V to 12 V on FR-7062, and 5 V to 32 V on FR-7112/7252 at the steps of about 0.1 V. Manual tuning is carried out by using trackball: pressing Left side decreases TUNING CONT voltage, and pressing Right side increases. The TUNING CONT voltage displayed on the screen differs by -1 V to +1 V from measured voltage at J104 #10.
F VT #5

J108
Trackball 3, 4 5, 6

CPU U32

D/A CONV. I/F U42

D/A CONV. U21

0 to 5 V

#7 #10 SUM #8

J104
10 TUNING CONT. (to RF unit)

U5
C VT #3 6 #1

FR7062-SME-10B

FR-7062: 0 to 2 V FR-7112/7252: 0 to 5 V

Tuning cont. Signal at power-on A square wave is output as a TUNING CONT signal during stand-by just after power-on. The coarse and fine tuning circuit is normal if the following signal is output.
13 V C VT F VT

5V 0V

FR-7062
34 V F VT

5V 0V

C VT

FR7062-SME-12

FR-7112/7252

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Video Adjustment The video adjustment is carried out through the Tune/video adjustment menu in the installation setup menu. The following describes the outline of the adjustment. (a) Main Bang suppression Level (MBS L) is set to 0. (b) EEPOT, U14 is set to minimum. (EEPOT initialization with U14 #7 of L level) (c) The EEPOT gets into step-up mode (U14 #2 is H) to measure output video level at each step. The step is changed by receiving pulses on U14 #1. The step, where the output level is 2.2 V, is memorized. The EEPOT has 32 positions (steps). (d) The EEPOT gets into step-down mode (U14 #2 is L) to find and store the step number where the output level is 2.2 V. (e) Averaging the step numbers found in steps (c) and (d) above and saving it onto the EEPOT take place. The stored value is not erased when power is removed. (f) MBS L is reset to the value used previously.
VIDEO (From IF AMP) EEPOT Step: (a)(b) (c) UP (e) (d) Down (f)

32 step EEPOT (VIDEO output) 2.2 V


FR7062-SME-12A

Heading Heading data in AD format or NMEA format (HDT, HDG, HDM, VHW) can be input from J104 (HDG). The radar determines whether AD format heading data is supplied or not with received CLK data (J104 #14, #15). If CLK data is normal but the DATA line is abnormal, the heading is continuously shown as ***.*. (Note that the same indication appears when noise in the CLK line causes heading data of higher than 360.0 degree.) The radar can read AD format data in 25 msec or 200 msec interval. However, we recommend that 25 msec be used. The ideal input interval for NMEA 0183 data is also 25 msec. When the radar is connected with the equipment whose input interval is 1 sec, heading data is updated too slowly, which results in delayed rotation of the picture when the ship turns. Switching of NAV data (NMEA 0183) NAV data from NAV data ports, J104 (#3, #4) and J104 (#5, #6), are alternately selected by the CPU in the following manner. Two inputs: Data from J104 (#3, #4) and J104 (#5, #6) are automatically switched every five seconds.

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One input J104 (#3, #4): For three minutes after the power is turned on the data from J104 (#3, #4) and J104 (#5, #6) are automatically switched every five seconds to determine which port is inputting NAV data. When J104 (#3, #4) alone is inputting NAV data, data is automatically switched at J104 (#3, #4) after 25 seconds and after 5 seconds at J104 (#5, #6). Turning on/off antenna rotation The SPU board controls antenna rotation. In normal operation, the antenna rotates only during the TX condition. However, the antenna can be stopped during the TX condition thru the installation setup menu.
SPU Board
J101
TX key pressed

INT9234 Board
J103 J203 J201
17 17 ANT SW 11

PTU-9149 Board
J2
11 +12V Relay K2

CPU
3

G/A U40

U32

ANT SW TX: 0 V ST-BY: 5 V

DJ1 To scanner motor TX: 12 V ST-BY: 0 V


1 MOTOR(+) 1 4

J1

FR7062-SME-10C

FR-7062/7112

SPU Board
J101
TX key pressed 3

INT9240 Board
J103 J203 J201
17 17 ANT SW 11

PTU-9149 Board
J2
11 +12V Relay K2

CPU U32

G/A U40

ANT SW TX: 0 V ST-BY: 5 V

DJ1 To scanner motor TX: 12 V ST-BY: 0 V


27 MOTOR(+) 4

J1

FR7062-SME-10C

FR-7252
Verification of ARP connection At every power-up, SPU board checks whether ARP-10 is connected or not, using data line between SPU and ARP boards. If a target cannot be acquired or ARP line does not appear in the self test display, the data line must be checked. When CR1 on the ARP board lights, the ARP board may be defective.

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3. ARP circuit (18P9002)


The block diagram of the ARP Board is shown below.
U13 V821 (PD70741GC-25)
UART TRANSMIT
TP5 (Factory use)

CR1 (Blinks 1 sec)

ARP Board (18P9002)

TARGET DATA(TTM: CURRENT LOOP)

J3 1 2 TX1H TX1C RX1H RX1C

UART RECEIVER CPU DMA TIMER (10ms) FLASH ROM 2M Byte (U11) RAM 512K bit (U9,10) FE Front End signal processor (U3) Width, Flags, Range/azimuth, Time

Not USED TP6 (Factory use)

3 4

TP1, 9

PROGRAM/DATA (Output from NMEA 1 via SPU) J107 A7 TRUE HD TRUE TRIG GYRO (AD Format, 25msec) LOG (Contact signal): Not used BP (4096/rotation) Echo data temporary memory (256 K bit 2) TP8 TP4 A11 A13 A2 A3 A17 A4 EXT TXD TRUE HD TRUE TRG GYRO DATA, CLOCK LOG SCAN INT

(256 K bit 2)

TP7 (CLK OUT)

RAM (U4, 5) 512K bit A/D CONV.

A9

VIDEO

(18S9010) I/F for SPU communication (U14, 15, 16, 23, 24)

TP2

41.446MHz U1

NMEA ship's speed data input

FR7062-SME-09B

BLOCK DIAGRAM OF ARP PCB 1) Unlike other existing ARPs ARP-10 does not require QV echo adjustment at installation. No check point for QV echo is provided. The ARP display can be turned on/off thru the ARP menu. The ARP data display appears even when ships speed and gyro data are not supplied. 2) The ARP board is checked whether it is installed or not at every power-on, using the communication line between SPU and ARP boards. When the ARP display is on thru the menu and ARP board is not fitted, the message ARP is not connected appears. 3) If the target is not acquired, carry out the self-test at TX condition. TRIGGER/VIDEO/BP/HD must be OK, and FE-DATA 1/DATA 2 must vary depending on the gain setting. The lower the gain setting, the smaller the FE DATA value. The FE DATA must not exceed 1000 with the maximum gain setting. 4) The program is stored on the Flash ROM, not PROM, so a program writer MT-08 or PC is required for updating the program.

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Target acquisition

Conditions for manual acquisition 1) Within 9 scans, the target must be detected near the cursor position. 2) Target echo must be smaller than land echo (800 m or less in the radial or circumferential direction) at the front end processor. 3) Target must be within acquisition area: 0.1 to 16 nm. 4) The number of acquired targets is not as many as 10, including the target automatically acquired. 5) No signal error (TRIG, HD, BP, VIDEO, GYRO) shall be detected.

Conditions for automatic acquisition 1) The target must be detected for five consecutive scans within the automatically acquisition area. 2) Target echo must be smaller than land echo (800 m or less in the radial or circumferential direction) at the front end processor. 3) Target must be within acquisition area: 2.0 to 2.5 nm and 45 degree each side of heading line. 4) The number of acquired targets is not as many as 10, including the target manually acquired. 5) No signal error (TRIG, HD, BP, VIDEO, GYRO) shall be detected.

Automatic tracking 1) A tracking target is judged as a lost target when no return is received for nine consecutive sweeps. When the system detects a loss of a tracking target, the target symbol becomes a flashing diamond. 2) A lost target will be reacquired and tracked when acquisition condition again becomes satisfactory. 3) Automatic tracking is discontinued when the target moves out of the acquisition range (less than 0.1 nm or greater than 16 nm)

Target discrimination A target measuring about 800 m or more in the radial or circumferential direction is regarded as a landmass and not acquired or tracked. Echoes smaller than about 800 m are regarded as true target.

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ARP Self-test
[Self test] Key test: Press each key and check on-screen indication lights
ARP-10 ROM OK RAM OK SPEED OK COURSE OK TRIGGER OK VIDEO OK BP OK HP OK MIN-HIT SCAN-TIME MAN-ACQ AUTO-ACQ FE-DATA1 FE-DATA2 TEST 1859027101xx NAV 0.0KT 287.6

0003 0250 03 05 0217 0023

Program No ROM RAM

: 0359146-1xx : OK : OK

Hours in use TX hourse

000026.6H 000012.7H

ARP test items (test must be made in TX)

Program number and revision level.


FR7062-SME-09C

Items ROM RAM SPEED COURSE TRIGGER VIDEO BP HP MIN-HIT SCAN-TIME MAN-ACQ AUTO-ACQ FE-DATA 1 FE-DATA 2 185902710XX NAV U11 checksum Operation of U9 and U10 NMEA 0183 speed data input Bearing data from GYRO TRU TRIG signal from SPU board VIDEO signal from SPU board

Description

Bearing signal (4096 pulses) from SPU board Heading signal from SPU baord 3 for more HP input interval (250=2.5 sec) Number of manually acquired target Number of automatically acquired target Number of output echoes from front end signal processor. If this value is "0" with maximum gain, the ARP board may be faulty Number of echoes with a land flag Program number of ARP board AD format (GTRO) only: 0.0 kt and gyro reading AD format (GTRO) plus NMEA: speed and course in NMEA NMEA only: speed and course in NMEA
FR7062-SME-13

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4. TTM data sentence format


TTM data is output from J111 on the SPU board and NMEA1 I/O connector in the following format. Hardware: RS-232C(J111), Current loop(NMEA1 I/O connector) Software: NMEA 0183 (Ver 2.0) TTM: Tracked target message
$RATTM, xx, x.x, x.x, a, x.x, x.x, a, x.x, x.x, a, c--c, a, a, a <CR><LF>

14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

1. Target number, 00 to 99 2. Target distance from own ship 3 & 4. Bearing from own ship, degrees true (T) 5. Target speed 6 & 7. Target course, degree true/relative (T/R)

FR7062-SME-09E

8. Distance of closet point of approach (00.00 to 99.99 nm) 9. Time of CPA (00.0 to 99.9 min) 10. Speed/distance units (N: nm) 11. User data (e.g. target number data) 12. Target status (see note) 13. Reference target (R) 14. Type of acquisition (A= automatic, M= manual) NOTE) (1) Target status: L= lost, tracked target has been lost Q= query, Target in the process of acquisition T= tracking E= end. end of tracked (Enforced termination) (2) x.x: Variable length

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2.3 Transceiver Unit


1. MIC & Amplifiers
The following description is for reference only. As a general rule of thumb, the radar requires better noise figure (NF) and better dynamic range. Both factors, however, are reciprocal. The NF affects long range performance, while the dynamic range dose short range performance. MIC w/RF amplifier: RU-9253/9371 (FR-7112/7252) MIC w/o RF amplifier: RU-9390 (FR-7062)

RF IN

W.G.TO COAX CONV.

LIMITER

RF AMP

DOBLEBALANCED MIXER

IF AMP

1 IF OUT 9 IF TUNE

FET OSC.

POWER

5 TUNING CONT. (+2~+11V)

4 3 7 (+9V)(-9V) (-9V) MBS

Block Diagram of MIC RU-9390 (FR-7062)

RF IN

W.G. TO COAX CONV.

FET AMP

DOBLEBALANCED MIXER

IF HYBRID

IF OUT

POWER

FET OSC.

FET Buffer

FR7062-SME-15

(+5V)

TUNING CONT. (+5~+35V)

Block Diagram of MIC RU9371 (FR-7112)

RF IN

W.G. TO COAX CONV.

FET AMP

DOBLEBALANCED MIXER

IF HYBRID

IF OUT

POWER

FET OSC.

FET Buffer

FR7062-SME-15

(+5V)

TUNING CONT. (+5~+35V)

Block Diagram of MIC RU9253 (FR-7252)

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2-14

IF AMP Board (IF-9214)


TP2 J612 9 IF (SUB) IF (TUNE)

TP3

J611

TUNING IND. IF IF

Buffer AMP Q13, 14


VIDEO

Detection Q10, 11 LOG AMP(IC) U4

Tuning AMP Q8, 9

J613 TP1

BAND WIDTH

J611

VIDEO IF IF IF TP7 VIDEO

12

Buffer AMP Q3, 4 Mixer Q1, 2 LOG AMP(IC) U3

LOG AMP(IC) U2

LOG AMP(IC) U1

IF Bandwidth select

IF(MAIN)

IF OUT

J613

+12V

Regulator (+9 V) U8 Regulator (+5 V) U9


To U9

+9 V

To MIC

TP5 TP6

Regulator (+7 V) U7

To LOG AMP (IC)

J613

-12V

J611

Regulator (-9 V) U6

-9 V 5 TUNING CONT.

TUNING CONT. 13

J613

MBS. SIG

Wave form shapping U5,Q16 Gate for tuning U5,Q17

J611

MBS. L

13

MBS Q15

MBS(-9V)

FR7062-SME-16

BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IF-9214

IF AMP BOARD (IF-9099 B)


TP602 IF IF

TP603

J611

TUNING IND. IF

Buffer AMP Q619,620 LOG AMP (IC) U603

Tuning AMP Q614,615

Cascade AMP Q609,61

VIDEO

J613 TP601 J612

BAND WIDTH

J611

VIDEO IF IF IF TP607 VIDEO

12

Buffer AMP Q627,628 Mixer Q625,626 LOG AMP (IC) U602

LOG AMP (IC) U610 LOG AMP (IC) U601

IF Bandwidth select

IF

Cascade AMP Q601,602

1 IF

IF OUT

TP606

Regulator (+9 V) U608

TP605

J613

To MIC
Regulator (-9 V) U602 Regulator (+7 V) U606
To LOG AMP (IC)

-12V

J611 2 4 TUNING CONT. +5V

TUNING CONT.

13

J613

+12V

R MONITOR

J611

Regulator (+5 V) U609

MBS.L

J611

MBS.SIG

J613

Wave form shapping U612, Q630

MBS Q603

Gate for tuning Q635, 636

FR7062-SME-17

LOCK DIAGRAM OF IF-9099 D

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2. Modulator
PRINCIPLE OF FET SWITCHING MUTILATOR High voltage is charged into C through R while the magnetron is inactive. When the trigger is applied to the power MOS-FET, the FET turns on and the high voltage appears at the primary winding of the pulse transformer. This transformer boots the voltage, which makes the magnetron oscillate. One advantage of this method is that the magnetron oscillates only when the FET is conducive, that is, the transmission pulsewidth can be changed by the TX trigger pulsewidth. Therefore, parts such as relay and coil can be eliminated.
R PULSE TRANS C

Charge

Discharge

MAGNETRON

MOS-FET

HIGH VOLTAGE
TRIGGER
M821-SME-18

MODULATOR BOARD 03P9235 The modulator circuit, consisting of a modulator trigger circuit, a pulse generator, and a booster transformer, produces a narrow high tension pulse which drives the magnetron. A modulator trigger circuit is composed of U805 and associated parts. U805 is turned on by receiving the TX trigger pulse from the display unit and generates the FET drive signal for Q805 and Q806. The pulse from the FETs is boosted up to 4.5 kV by the pulse transformer T802. The magnetron current is adjusted to 3.5 A on this circuit. The modulator board also includes a TX high tension circuit and magnetron heater circuit. TX high tension about 330 V is developed across T801 secondary winding and charged into capacitors until the presence of TX trigger pulse. The magnetron heater voltage is +7.6 V stabilized.

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T801 1 TX-HV (+10V) R 861 CR803 2 3 CR801 +20V NC TP804

MODULATOR BOARD 03P9235


CR802 CR802 R 808 R 809 TP 802 Q801

J 803

PWM, Switching Reg. U806


4 5

J 801

+ 12V

1,2

- 12V

4,5

HEATER (+7.6V) MAG.CUR

GND

Overcurrent Det. U802 Protect Q810,811,812 Feedback U803


CONST, VOLT, VR801 PRESET. J 806 T802 TP 801 L 804 CR 806

GND

J 801

TX TRIG

PFN U805 Driver Q802, 803, 808, 809


VR802 J P801 MAG. CUR. PRESET.

FET Switching Q805, 806


Pulsetrans T802

TB 801 TB 802

To MAGNETRON

P/L A P/L B M L

7 8

BW

Bandwidth Select Q807


R849

J 804

- 12V

1 C829 CR809

+ 12V

GND

NC

MBS. SIG

NC

BW

NC

FR7062-SME-19

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BLOCK DIAGRAM OF 03P9235

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03P9237
J802 1 To pulse transformer 2

J801

TX. HV

12 V

FET MOD. Q6, Q7, Q8, Q9


J803

J801

7.5 V

1 To pulse transformer 2

MAG-C

(*) HV-GND

20 V JP1

TX-TRIG

TX TRIG.PULSEWIDTH U1 DRIVER Q2, Q3, Q4, Q5

MAG. CUR. DETECTOR Q10, R19, R30


VR1 MAG. CUR. PRESET (*)

P/L- A JP2

P/L- B

10

MBS-SIG

11

(*) TRIG-GND

12

FR7062-SME-19A

* HV-GND, TRIG-GND, and magnetron current detector ground are isolated on the board 03P9237, but these are same potential after the boared is

fitted and wired in the RF unit.

BLOCK DIAGRAM OF 03P9237

MODULATOR BOARD 03P9239 for FR-7252 The purpose of this board is to drive a pulse transformer RT-9203. The drive circuit consists of eight MOSFETs Q23, Q28, Q33, Q38, Q43, Q48, Q53, and Q58. Drain current of the MOSFETs is determined by gate voltage and source resistors R23, R28, R33, R38, R43, R48, R53, and R58 (0.47 ohms, 1W). Gate voltage set to 18 V drops by 10 V across the source resistor (drain current of about 22A). Gate-source voltage of the FET is 8 V. Magnetron current to be measured is generated across R7/R8 (2.0 ohms, 1/4W). Magnetron current is adjusted with VR11 on the 03P9238 board so that TP3 on the 03P9238 board is 7.1 to 7.3 V. (VR11 adjusts V.TRIG voltage, TP2 on the 03P9238 board, resulting in magnetron current adjustment; TP2 is about 20 V.) The voltage produced R7/R8 is also used to generate a trigger for main bang suppression (MBS SIG).
03P9239
J814 TX-HV 1 C1 to C4 R1, R2 J813 1

MAGNETRON V801(M1458F)

SNUBBER CR1, CR2 R5, C5 R12~R15

PULSE TRANSFORMER T801(RT-9023)

J811 TRIG. 5

DRIVER Q1, Q2

MOS FET GATE DRIVER Q21, Q22, Q31, Q32 Q41, Q42, Q51, Q52 Q26, Q27, Q36, Q37 Q46, Q47, Q56, Q57

PULSE TRANSFORMER DRIVER Q23, Q28, Q33 Q38, Q43, Q48 Q53, Q58

SOURCE RESISTANCE R23, R28, R33, R38 R43, R48, R53, R58

J811 (+) Mag. Heater (-) 7 8

J812

FILTER C7, C8 L1 MAG. CUR. DETECTOR CR3, CR5, CR6 C12, R11, C9, C10

1 2

J811 Mag. cur. 9

R7, R8 2.0

J811 MBS. SIG. 10

MBS SIG DETECT CR4, C11

1/4W x2

FR7062-SME-19B

BLOCK DIAGRAM OF 03P9239

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RFC Board 03P9238 for FR-7252 There are three regulators on this board: U11, Q21 and U21, and U31. Switching regulator U11 and associated parts produce a signal V. TRIG which controls magnetron current produced on the 03P9239. The output is adjusted by VR11 so that the magnetron current is 7.1 V to 7.3 V. Regulator Q21 and U21 generates magnetron heater voltage. The heater voltage selector consisting of photo coupler U22 and Q72 selects the heater voltage either 8.3 V or 7.0 V. When magnetron current becomes 2 A or more on long range, U22 comes on and the heater voltage J807 #7 and #8 is reduced from 8.3 V to 7.0 V. +5 V regulator U31 is a three terminal regulator which produces regulated +5 V for the TX trigger pulsewidth selector U32, Q31, Q32, CR33, and CR34. The pulsewidth changes depending on the range in use. The range data, short range, middle range, and long range is a combination of two signals P/L A and P/L B. The TRIG signal generated by the TX trigger pulsewidth selector is amplified by the driver circuit Q41, Q43, and Q44, and output from J807 #5.
03P9238
J801 P/L- A P/L- B 7 8 JP2 J801 1, 2 L JP1 M

BW select Signal Buffer Q61

J801 9 BW

J807

+12 V

Magnetron Heater voltage Regulator Q21, U21

7 8

Mag. Heater (+) Mag. Heater (-)

Heater Voltage Selector U22, Q72


TP 3 J807 Mag. Cur. 9 J802

Magnetron Current Buffer Q71

Mag. Cur.

+5 V Regulator U31

+5 V TP 2

V. TRIG Switching Regulator U11, CR11

J807 3 V. Trig.

VR11 Magnetron Current Adjuster.

J801 TX-TRIG 6

TX TRIG pulsewidth selector U32, Q31, Q32, CR33, CR34


M L

Driver Q41, Q43, Q44

J807 5 TRIG

FR7062-SME-19D

BLOCK DIAGRAM OF 03P9238

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03P9236
T51 1 TP53 3 4 5 7 J857 1 2 3 4 5 6 J852 8 9 10 JP1 JP2 +20V +7.5V MAG.C +20V CONST.VOLT.PRESET VR51 TX HV +12V +7.5V MAG-C +20V J852 TX HV

J851

+12

1.2

GND

PULSEWIDTH MOD, SWITCHING INV. U51

-12

4.5

OVERCURRENT DETECTOR U52 FEEDBACK U53

Power Supply Board 03P9236 for FR-7112

JP51

J851

TX-TRIG

TX-TRIG P/L-A P/L-B

P/L-A

P/L-B

B, W,

BANDWIDTH SELECT Q52

J852 11 12 6 MBS-SIG GND GND

MBS-SIG

10

MBS-SIG DETECTOR CR55, R71, C70

FR7062-SME-19C

BLOCK DIAGRAM OF 03P9236

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2.4 Differences between PCBs


1. SPU Board (SPU-9211) This board is set at factory for use in the FR-7062. For use in the FR-7112 or 7252, change the factory menu as below. While pressing and holding down the GAIN (HM-OFF) control, press the [MENU] key five times to display the factory menu.
[Factory MENU] Select item by T-Ball
1. Max Range 2. Type 3. Model 4. Language 64 72 96 R G N K 7062 7112 7252 JPN ENG

5.Default Setting ENTER x 3

< Press MENU key to escape >


FR7062-SMJ-09D

1) MAX range 64: FR-7062 ; 72: FR-7112; 96: FR-7252 2) Type R: Regular; G: German; N: Nethland; K: Korea Select R-type usually. G- and N-types are the same as R-type as of April 1998. K-type is the same as R-type, but range ring is complied with IMO standard. 3) Model Selects the Antenna Unit (MIC). 7062: FR-7062; 7112/7252: FR-7112/7252 4) Language JPN: Japanese; ENG: English 5) Default Setting Default settings (except factory menu) can be restored by selecting Default Setting and pressing the [ENTER] key three times, and then restart radar. After changing the setting, the installation adjustment (heading, timing, etc.) must be carried out again.

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2. PTU-9149 Board There are two types of PTU-9149 board depending on the input voltage: PTU-9149 and PTU-9149A. Both boards are interchangeable if jumper settings are changed as below. PTU-9149 (for FR-7062/7112, input of 10.2 to 41.6 V) Jumper settings: 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, and 7-8

PTU-9149A (for FR-7252, input of 21.6 to 41.6 V) Jumper settings: 2-3 and 6-7

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Chapter 3. ADJUSTMENT
DANGER

WARNING
Do not set the radar to TRANSMIT with the scanner cover opened or with the antenna disconnected. Not only the unit may be damaged, but also there is radiation

hazard. Stop the antenna through the menu, and connect the dummy antenna to the RF unit when transmitting. Hazardous Voltage
This equipment uses high voltage electricity which can SHOCK, BURN or cause DEATH. Always make sure the electrical power is turned is turned off before attempting to change a component or inspecting the inside of the equipment. A residual charge may exist in capacitors, even with the equipment turned off. Always short all supply lines to the chassis with an insulated screwdriver or a similar tool before touching the circuit.

Working on the Scanner Unit Mast


Work on the scanner unit mast is dangerous, and doubly so if the proper precautions are not taken. 1. Post an appropriate warning sign near the display unit to indicate that work on the scanner unit is being performed, to prevent accidental application of the power to the scanner unit. 2. Wear a safety helmet and always be aware of where the scanner radiator is.

3-1

3.1 Adjustment of display unit


Location of PCBs in Display Unit

FR7062-SMJ-27

Displa y Unit, F ront Side of Vie w (FR-7062/7112/7252) Display Fr iew

OPTION CONNECTOR

DJ-1 CONNECTOR POWER CONNECTOR HDG CONNECTOR NMEA 1 I/O CONNECTOR NMEA 2 IN CONNECTOR FUSE (F 1351)
FR7062-SMJ-29

Displa w (FR-7062/7112) Display iew y Unit, Rear Side of Vie

OPTION CONNECTOR

DJ-1 CONNECTOR

POWER CONNECTOR HDG CONNECTOR NMEA 1 I/O CONNECTOR NMEA 2 IN CONNECTOR


FR7062-SMJ-28

FUSE (F 1351)

Displa y Unit, Rear Side of Vie w (FR-7252) Display iew

3-2

18P9007 (Option)

SPU-9211 SPU-9211

FR7062-SMJ-30

FR7062-SMJ-31

Inside of Display Unit, Right Side of View (FR-7062/7112)

18P9007 (Option) SPU-9211

SPU-9211

FR7062-SMJ-32 FR7062-SMJ-33

Inside of Display Unit, Right Side of View (FR-7252)

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PTU-9149

FR7062-SMJ-34

Inside of Display Unit, Left Side of View (FR-7062/7112/7252)

CRT Board

HV-9017

CRT Board

FR7062-SMJ-36

FR7062-SMJ-37

Inside of Display Unit, Top Side of View (FR-7062/7112)

Inside of Display Unit, Top Side of View (FR-7252)

3-4

Location of parts on SPU-9211

J102

TP6
J107

TP5
J106

TP8

TP7

J119 J105

J110 J104

TP1 TP3 TP4

J101

J103

TP5
FR7062-SMJ-40

Test point on SPU-9211


Test Point TP1 TP2 Test Item BEARING Ratings 0.7 V pp (180 Hz, 450 pulses/rotation) 8 to 12 V TRIGGER (Neg. polarity, pulsewidth: 10 to 20 s, Short range: 2000 to 2300 Hz) - 3.0 to -3.4 Vpp (Neg. polarity, Main bang level) 4 s: 1.0 V to 1.2 V 20 s: 1.9 V to 2.3 V 40 s: 2.4 V to 2.8 V 60 s: 2.8 V to 3.4 V 90 s: 3.7 V to 4.5 V TP5 TP6 TP7 TP8 H SYNC V SYNC VIDEO OSC 4 Vpp (Neg. polarity, approx. 64 s) 4 Vpp (Neg. polarity, approx. 16.8 ms) - 4 Vpp (Neg. polarity, Main bang level) 77.6 to 77.8 MHz
FR7062-SME-24

Remarks

TX Condition

TP3

VIDEO

TP4

STC Curve

Ant height: Mid STC curve: Std GAIN VR: MAX A/C SEA: MAX

TX Condition

3-6

Location of parts on SPU-9211

TP1 CR1 TP2 TP3

TP4

TP5

TP3 TP6
P107

TP9 TP8

FR7062-SMJ-42

Test point on SPU-9211

Test Point TP1,9 TP2 TP4 TP7 TP8

Test Item GND OSC 41.6 MHz

Ratings -

Remarks TX Condition TX Condition


FR7062-SME-24A

TRUE TRIGGER 5 Vpp (Neg. polarity) CLK OUTPUT QV OUTPUT 207.23 MHz -4 Vpp (Neg. polarity,Main bang level)

3-7

Location of parts on PTU-9149


J3

J1 J4

VR2

J2

TP1 VR1

JP1

TP2

VR3 VR4
J1301

TP3
FR7062-SMJ-38

Test point on SPU-9211


Test Point TP 1 TP 2 TP 3 TP 4 TP 31 TP 32 J1 #2 (+) J1 #7 (GND) J1 #3 (+) J1 #7 (GND) Test Item +10 V DC(-) Inverter Frequency +12 V +5 V Ratings 8.2 to 9.5 V VR No Remarks 85.5 to 94.5 kHz 12.1 to 12.3 V 4.9 to 5.1 V VR 1 VR 2 -

-12 V

-11.6 V to -12.8 V

+32 V

30.0 to 35 V

FR7062-SMJ-26

3-8

Location of parts on HV-9017 (FR-7252)

TP1 VR1

TP2

TP3 TP4

CR23 (GRN) CR21 (RED)

J482

JP1

FR7062-SMJ-27

JP2

J814

Test point on SPU-9211


Test Point TP 1 TP 2 TP 3 TP 4 Test Item Main inverter DC(-) Sub inverter Frequency Main inverter Frequency 42.75 to 47.5 kHz TP 2 , TP 4
FR7062-SME-26A

Ratings 34.7 to 35.3 Vdc -

VR No VR 1 -

Remarks TP 1 (+), TP 2(-12V) -12V TP 2 , TP 3

3-9

Location of parts on CRT

CRT Board

FR7062-SMJ-29B

NOTE: The CRT is used with the rotation by 90 degrees. Therefore, the indication V and H correspond to horizontal and vertical, respectively. Adjustment of CRT
VR 401 VR 403 VR 402 VR 201 VR 202 V.HOLD V.LIN V.SIZE H.POSI H.HOLD

VR 205 SUB BRI VR 204 BRIGHT VR 101 CONT 1 VR 203 FOCUS L 204 H.SIZE

FR7062-SMJ-39

3-10

Synchro pulses and video signal


5.59 S Horizontal Synchro (15.75kHz) 63.7 S 7.20 S 6.21 S 0.7 to 3.6 Vpp Video Signal 44.7 S 4 V approx. 0V

Timing Chart between Horizontal Synchro pulses and video signal

0.57 mS Horizontal Synchro (60Hz) 16.7 mS 0.83 (0.86) mS 4 V approx. 0V

0.7 to 3.6 Vpp Video Signal 15.3 mS


FR7062-SME-33A

Timing Chart between Vertical Synchro pulses and video signal

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3.2 Adjustment of Scanner Unit


Location of Parts in scanner unit (FR-7062/7112/7252)

Magnet

Scanner Motor FR-7062 24rpm: RM-8025 48rpm: RM-8711 FR-7112/7252 24rpm: RM-8367 48rpm: RM-8711

Transceiver Module FR-7062: RTR-059 FR-7112: RTR-060 FR-7252: RTR-061

FR7062-SMJ-35

Inside of Scanner Unit (RTR-060, 48rpm)

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Location of PCBs in Transceiver Module (RTR-059: FR-7062)

IF AMP board (IF-9214) INT board (03P9249)

J827 J823
FR7062-SMJ-46

J821 J822 J824 J825 J828 J829 J826

Transceiver Module (Top side)

Magnetron (MG5389)

MIC (RU-9390)

Circulator (RU-4356)

FR7062-SMJ-47

Transceiver Module (Top side)

MODULATOR Board (03P9235)

FR7062-SMJ-47A

Transceiver Module (Under side)

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Location of parts on IF-9214


VC 1 VC 2 TP 1 TP 5

VR 2

J612

J611

TP 6

J613

TP 2

VC 5

TP 8

TP 7

TP 3

FR7062-SMJ-44

Test point on IF-9214


Test Point TP 1 TP 2 TP 5 TP 6 TP 7 TP 8 J611 #9(-) J613 #2(+) Test Item Bandwidth correction GND +7 V -9 V +9 V Tuning indicator MIC (R. Monitor) 5.9 to 7.5 V -8.8 to -9.4 V 8.7 to -9.3 V Factory adjustment only 1.2 to 3.1 V Ratings Factory adjustment only VR No VC1,2 VC5 Remarks ST-BY
FR7062-SME-33

3-14

Location of parts on 03P9235


J803

TP 804

J804

J801

FR7062-SMJ-45

VR 802

TP 801

VR 801

TP 802

J806

Test point on 03P9235


Test Point Test Item Ratings Short range: 2000 to 2300 Hz TP 801 TX-TRIG Pulsewidth : 10 to 20 S (All range) Polarity: Positive Polarity (8 to 12 V) 42.7 to 47.3 kHz 7.55 to 7.65 V 11.0 to 12.3 V 18.5 to 21.5 V 1.40 to 1.60 V (Long) 1.25 to 1.65 V (Middle) 0.80 to 1.50 V (Short) VR 801 TX Long
FR7062-SME-33A

VR No

Remarks TX

TP 802 TP 804 J803 #4, #6 J803 #1, #6 J803 #3, #6

GND Inverter Frequency Mag. Heater TX-HV +20 V

ST-BY

J803 #5, #6

Mag. Current

VR 802

3-15

Location of PCBs in Transceiver Module (RTR-060: FR-7112)

IF AMP Board (IF-9099) INT Board (03P9250)


J827 J821 J823 J822
FR7062-SMJ-53

J830 J825 J824 J828

J829

J826

Transceiver Module (Top side)

Magnetron (MG5241)

MIC (RU-9253/9371)

Circulator (RC-4356)

FR7062-SMJ-54

Transceiver Module (Top side)

POWER Board (03P9236)

Pulse Transformer (RT-4427)

MODULATOR Board (03P9237)

Transceiver Module, Cover removed (Under side)

3-16

Location of parts on IF-9099

TP 602

TP 603

TP 605

JP 604

JP 605 TP 607

J612

J107

FR7062-SMJ-49

TP 604

TP 606 TP 601

J613

VC 601

Test point on IF-9099


Test Point TP 601 TP 603 TP 605 TP 606 TP 607 J612 #2 J812 #10(+), #14(-) Test Item Bandwidth correction Tuning indicator +7 V -9 V +9 V +5 V R. Monitor Ratings Factory adjustment only Factory adjustment only 5.7 to 7.3 Vdc - 8.7 to - 9.3 Vdc 8.7 to 9.3 Vdc 4.7 to 5.3 Vdc 1.7 to 4.5 Vdc VR No T 603 T 604 T 607 Remarks ST-BY ST-BY
FR7062-SME-33B

3-17

Location of parts on 03P9237


TP 2 TP 1
JP 1 J801

J803

VR 1

FR7062-SMJ-51

J802

Test point on 03P9237


Test Point Test Item Ratings Short range: 2000 to 2300 Hz TP 1 TX-TRIG Pulsewidth : 10 to 20 S (All range) Polarity: Positive Polarity (8 to 12 V) 4.95 to 5.05 V (Long) 4.70 to 5.30 V (Middle) 4.70 to 5.30 V (Short) TX VR No Remarks

TP 2 J802 #5(+), #6(-)

GND

ST-BY TX Long
FR7062-SME-33C

Mag. Current

VR1

3-18

Location of parts on 03P9236


J854

TP 53

TP 52
J851

VR 51

TP 51

J852

J857

FR7062-SMJ-52

Test point on 03P9236


Test Point TP 51 TP 52 TP 53 J803 #4, #6 J803 #1, #6 J803 #3, #6 Test Item GND +12 V Inverter Frequency Mag. Heater TX-HV +20 V Ratings 42.75 to 47.25 kHz 7.4 to 7.6 V 8.6 to 9.7 V 21.0 to 25.0 V 4.95 to 5.05 V (Long) 4.70 to 5.30 V (Middle) 4.70 to 5.30 V (Short) VR 51 TX Long
FR7062-SME-33D

VR No -

Remarks -

ST-BY

J803 #5, #6

Mag. Current

VR 1(03P9237)

3-19

Location of PCBs in Transceiver Module (RTR-061: FR-7252)

INT board (03P9238) IF AMP board (IF-9099)


J827 J826 J830 J823 J821
FR7062-SMJ-55

J825 J829 J831 J828 J820 J824

Transceiver Module

Magnetron (M1458)

MIC (RU-9253)

Circulator (FCX 67)

FR7062-SMJ-56

Transceiver Module

RFC Board (03P9238)

Pulse Transformer (RU-9253)

MODULATOR Board (03P9239)


FR7062-SMJ-58

Transceiver Module, Cover removed

3-20

Location of parts on IF-9099

TP 602

TP 603

TP 605

JP 604

JP 605 TP 607

J612

J107

FR7062-SMJ-49

TP 604

TP 606 TP 601

J613

VC 601

Test point on IF-9099


Test Point TP 601 TP 603 TP 605 TP 606 TP 607 J612 #2 J812 #10(+), #14(-) Test Item Bandwidth correction Tuning indicator +7 V -9 V +9 V +5 V R. Monitor Ratings Factory adjustment only Factory adjustment only 5.7 to 7.3 Vdc - 8.7 to - 9.3 Vdc 8.7 to 9.3 Vdc 4.7 to 5.3 Vdc 1.7 to 4.5 Vdc VR No T 603 T 604 T 607 Remarks ST-BY ST-BY
FR7062-SME-33B

3-21

Location of parts on 03P9239


J813 J812

J814

J811

FR7062-SMJ-59

3-22

Location of parts on 03P9238

J802

TP 2 VR 11
J801

TP 3

TP 1

J807

J808
FR7062-SMJ-60

Test point on 03P9238


Test Point Test Item Ratings Short range: 2000 to 2300 Hz TP 1 TX-TRIG Pulsewidth : 10 to 20 S (All range) Polarity: Positive Polarity (8 to 12 V) 19.0 to 21.0 V (Confirm this level after adjusting magnetron current) 7.10 to 7.30 V (Long) 5.20 to 7.40 V (Middle) 4.20 to 6.40 V (Short) 7.50 to 8.50 V (ST-BY) 6.30 to 7.40 V (TX) TX VR No Remarks

TP 2

V TRIG

VR 11

ST-BY

TP 3 J802 #4(+), #6(-)

Mag. Current

VR 11

TX TX Long
FR7062-SME-33F

Mag. Heater

3-23

Capter 4. MAINTENANCE
4.1 Remarks on Replacement of Major Parts
WARNING Do not set the radar to TRANSMIT with the scanner cover opened or with the antenna disconnected. Not only the unit may be damaged, but also there is radiation hazard. Stop the antenna through the menu, and connect the dummy antenna to the RF unit when transmitting. Turn off the power before replacing any parts Do not touch magnetron while the radar is transmitting. Sufficient high voltage exists at the magnetron to cause death. MAGNETRON The magnetron emits a strong magnetic field. For this season, remove a wrist watch before performing the replacement and use a non-magnetic screwdriver to dismount the magnetron. The estimated life of the magnetron is 2000 hours, (including time in stand-by), however actual life depends on usage. 1. Turn off the power. 2. Dismount the transceiver module. 3. Dismount and replace the magnetron. 4. When a new magnetron is fitted, allow at least 30 minutes under ST-BY for pre-heating. Turn on the power and measure magnetron current. See Chapter 3 for heater voltage rating, and potentiometer to be adjusted. 5. Transmit on long range and measure magnetron current. See Chapter 3 for magnetron current rating and potentiometer to be adjusted. 6. Reset TX Hours and On Hours on INSTALLATION SETUP menu. See page 4-3 for how to access this menu. MIC The MIC can be replaced individually. No adjustment is necessary after replacement. SPU Board Write down settings of MAIN and INSTALLATION menus before replacing the board. Then, after replacing the board, reenter setting. (Reason: Settings are stored in the E2 PROM (U48) on the SPU board.)

IMPORTANT: After replacing the board, the factory menu setting must be carried out properly, otherwise the MIC will be damaged. 4-1

ROM The SPU board uses Flash ROM (U36) to store a system program. The program version number can be checked at 22. Self test on the MAIN menu.
[Self test] Key test: Press each key and check on-screen indication lights
ARP-10 ROM OK RAM OK SPEED OK COURSE OK TRIGGER OK VIDEO OK BP OK HP OK MIN-HIT SCAN-TIME MAN-ACQ AUTO-ACQ FE-DATA1 FE-DATA2 TEST 1859027101xx NAV 0.0KT 287.6

0003 0250 03 05 0217 0023

Program No : 0359146-1xx ROM : OK RAM : OK Hours in use Tx houres 000026.6 H 000012.7 H

ARP test items (test must be made in TX.)

Program number and revision level.


FR7062-SME-09C

4.2 Life Expectancy of Expendable Parts


Parts Scanner motor Type
RM-8025 (24 rpm) RM-8367 (24 rpm) RM-8711 (48 rpm) MG5389 E3560 MG5241 Magnetorn E3566 M1458 F MG5436

Code No.
000-116-125 000-119-253 000-122-318 000-135-146 000-139-050 000-100-036 000-141-073 000-140-344 000-140-762

Life expe ctacy *1


more than 10000 hrs. more than 10000 hrs. more than 10000 hrs. more than 2000 hrs. *2 more than 2000 hrs. *2 more than 2000 hrs. *2

Remarks
FR-7062 FR-7112/7252 FR-7062/7112/7252 FR-7062 FR-7112 FR-7252
FR7062-SME-38

*1: Under normal operating condition. *2: Hours during ST-BY are including.

4-2

4.3 Menu List


MENU KEY

RINGS (Off, 1, 2, 3, max) INDEX LINE (Off, On) DISP DATA (NAV, Auto plotter, NAV and Auto plotter) INT REJECT (Off, On) ARP MENU OTHER MENU

Next page

a)

1. Panel Dimmer (1, 2, 3, 4) 2. Mark Brill (1, 2, 3, 4) 3. HD Mark (1, 2, 3, 4) 4. Characters (1, 2, 3, 4) 5. Trail Tone (Single, Multi) 6. Pulselength (Short, Long) 7. Noise Reject (Off, On) 8. Trail Time (15S, 30S, 1M, 3M, 6M, 15M, 30M, Cont) 9. Tune (Auto, Manual) 10. WPT Mark (Off, On) 11. EBL Ref (Rel, True) 12. VRM Unit (nm, km, sm) 13. Watchman (Off, 5M, 10M, 20M) 14. STBY Disp (Norm, Econo, Nav) 15. Guard Mode (In, Out) 16. Own Position (L/L, TD) 17. Cursor Posi (B/R, L/L) 18. Alm Sense LV (Low, Mid, High) 19. Dead Sector (Off, On) 20. Range (1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1, 1.5, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, 36, 48, 64, 72, 96)* 21. 2nd Rej (Off, On) 22. Self Test Next page 23. Installation Setup b)

= Default setting *Maximum range FR-7062: 64 FR-7112: 72 FR-7252: 96

4-3

ARP MENU

a)

1. Display (Off, On) 2. All Cancel 3. Vector Ref (Rel, True) 4. Vector Length (30S, 1M, 3M, 6M, 15M, 30M) 5. History (Off, 15S, 30S, 1M, 2M, 3M, 6M) 6. CPA SET (Off, 0.5nm, 1nm, 2nm, 3nm, 5nm, 6nm) 7. TCPA SET (30S, 1M, 2M, 3M, 4M, 5M, 6M, 12M) 8. AUTO ACQ (Off, On) (With ARP-10 only.)

Iustallation Setup

b)

1. Nav Talker (All, GPS, LC) 2. Depth Unit (m, fa, ft) 3. Temp Unit (C, F) 4. Hdg Sensor (Magnet, Gyro) 5. Key Beep (Off, On) 6. Ant on TX (Rotate, Stop) 7. Dead Sector (180~180) 8. Tune/Video Auto Adjustment 9. Heading Alignment 10. Sweep Timing Adjustment 11. MBS Adjustment 12. Ant Height (Low, Mid, Hig) 13. STC Curve (Sharp, Std, Gnti) 14. Oper Mode (Master, Slave) 15. Hours in Use (000000.0H) 16. Tx Hours (000000.0H)

FR7062-SME-40A

4-4

Chapter 5. TROUBLESHOOTING
5.1 Outline
This chapter provides troubleshooting flow charts and describes error messages. Error message When no bearing pulse signal is input to the display unit, BP-SIG-MISS is indicated, and when no heading signal, HD-SIG-MISS. Check the antenna cable when those indications appear. Troubleshooting charts The troubleshooting flow charts help the service technician to diagnose problem. To use the flow charts, first find symptom and its flow chart number in the flow chart on page 5-2. Then, follow appropriate flow chart to troubleshoot.

5-1

5.2 Troubleshooting Flow Charts


Start

Turn power ON

Nothing appears on display. Yes

No

Flow chart 1

No echoes nor white noise. No Flow chart 2 Yes

No

Flow chart 7

Abnormal display.

Yes

Poor sensitivity. No

No

Flow chart 8

No heading data.

Flow chart 3

Yes

Yes

No GAIN, STC, FTC effect. No Flow chart 4 Yes

No

Flow chart 9

No nav data.

Yes

Target not acquired. No

No

Flow chart 10

Key(s) inoperative.

Flow chart 5

Yes End
FR7062-SME-40

Yes

Antenna does not rotate. Yes

No

Flow chart 6

5-2

Symptom: Nothing appears on the display


Flow chart 1

*1: FR-7062/7112 *2: FR-7252

Keys beep when pressed.

No (No power)

Check fuse (F1351) on display unit.

Yes (Equipment is powered)

CRT heater lights? OK

No

Faulty CRT assy. (Type: JM-12FU)

OK ? OK

NG

Replace fuse, turn on power. Check horizontal sync, vertical sync and video output at J102 #2, #4, #5 on the SPU Board.
*See page 2-4 for waveforms.

OK

NG Check input voltage at connector J1351 on display unit. Faulty pcb PTU-9149

Results of measurement. OK

NG

Faulty SPU- Board (SPU-9211)

10.8 to 41.6 V *1, 21.6 to 41.6 V *2 OK

NG

Fauty power cable, power connector, ship's mains. NG (No power)

Faulty CRT assy. (Type: JM-12FU)

Unplug antenna connector DJ-1. OK Faulty pcb in antenna unit

Check voltage at J103, #5(+5V),#2(+12V) on SPU-9211. OK Faulty pcb SPU-9211

NG

FR7062-SME-41

5-3

Symptom: Abnormal display


Flow chart 2

Check horizontal sync, vertical sync and video output at J102 #2, #4, #5 on pcb SPU-9211

*See page 2-4 for

waveforms.

OK ?

Faulty pcb SPU-9211

Adjust CRT brilliance. OK

NG

Check if CRT brilliance is not set to minimum with BRILL control. OK ?

Picture is in sync ? OK

NG

Adjust synchronization of CRT assy. (Horizontal: VR202, Vertical : VR401) OK ? OK Faulty pcb CRT assy. (Type: JM-12FU)

Picture size OK ? OK

NG

Adjust picture size. (Horizontal: VR202, Vertical: VR401) OK ? OK

Focus ? OK

NG

Adjust focus (VR203) in CRT assy.

OK ? OK End
FR7062-SME-41A

5-4

Symptom: No heading data

Flow chart 3

Heading data format.

AD format

NMEA 0183's HDT, HDM, HDG

Heading data indication? ***.*

Blank

Heading data indication? ***.*

Blank

Check CLK data at HDG connector #3, #4 on display unit. Check HDT, HDM, HDG output setting. Power OFF and ON. NG

Power OFF and ON. OK OK ? OK OK ? OK Check RD data at HDG connector #1, #2 on display unit. Heading data from heading sensor temporarily interrupted. NG NG Check HDT, HDM, HDG output setting. NG

OK ? OK OK ?

OK (Normal)

Faulty pcb SPU-9211.

Faulty heading sensor or its interconnection cable.


FR7062-SME-42

Heading data from heading sensor momentarily interrupted. OK ? OK NG

Faulty pcb SPU-9211 or wrong heading data format.

Faulty heading sensor or its interconnection cable.

5-5

Symptom: No nav data.

Flow chart 4

Nav data indication?

All data shown by asterisks or blank.

Some data shown by asteriska or blank.

Check RD NMEA 1/2 connector #3, #4 on display unit with oscilloscope. OK

Check nav equipment's output sentences. OK ? OK OK ? OK NG NG

Wrong data sentence format selection.

Selecte correct sentence.

Faulty pcb SPU-9211 or NMEA 0183 not selected on nav equipment.

Faulty nav equipment or interconnection cable.


FR7062-SME-43

5-6

Symptom: Key(s) inoperative

Flow chart 5

Warm up countdown.

NG

Faulty pcb SPU-9211.

OK

Only one key is faulty.

NG

Faulty VR on pcb VOL-9151, S1 to S20 on pcb PNL-9150.

OK

Single vertical row of keys is fauty. ALL keys.

Single vertical row only.

Faulty lines #11(KEY 1) and #12 (KEY 2) of W301 on PNL-9150. Cable between pcb PNL and pcb SPU damaged. Faulty pcb SPU-9211 (U32).
FR7062-SME-43A

Cable between pcb PNL and pcb SPU damaged. Faulty pcb SPU-9211(U32).

5-7

Symptom: Antenna does not rotate


Flow chart 6 *1:FR-7062/7112 *2:FR-7252

Antenna does not rotate.

NG

OK Menu setting ? (Installation menu) Rotate Stop Change "Scan stop" setting to "rotate"

MOTOR(+) on DJ-1 connector.

0 V (*1:DJ-1 #1, *2: DJ-1 #27 ) when TX key is pressed.

+12 V (*1:DJ-1#1, *2:DJ-1#27) several seconds after TX key is pressed. 5 V after TX key is pressed. Check at J103 #17 on pcb SPU-9211. Faulty interconnection cable between display unit and antenna unit, Faulty motor. 0 V several seconds after TX key is pressed. Faulty relay (K2) on PTU-9149, Faulty relay control circuit on PTU-9149, Faulty ANT slow start circuit on PTU-9149. TX mode: Faulty pcb SPU-9211 ST-BY mode: Faulty pcb PNL-9150.
FR7062-SME-44

End

5-8

Symptom: No echoes nor white noise

Flow chart 7

GAIN VR at maximum.

NG

Set GAIN VR at maximum.

OK Confirm GAIN control voltage with VR fully CW.

Is J101 #15 on SPU9211 about 0 V. OK

NG

Faulty VR on VOL-9151 Board.

0V Check if video signal is input to display unit. White noise. approx -4V

Level of U14 #3 on SPU-9211 normal.

NG

OK Faulty pcb SPU-9211.

Check for short circuited or disconnected video signal line between anntena unit and display unit.

Disconnected or short circuit. OK

NG

Faulty video line cable .

12V line on antenna unit. OK Faulty pcb IF AMP. FR-7062: IF9214 FR-7112/7252: IF9099 B

NG

Faulty cable on 12 V line.


FR7062-SME-45

5-9

Symptom: Poor sensitivity

Flow chart 8 From (a)

*1:FR-7062/7112 *2:FR-7252

Check TOTAL ON TIME/ TOTAL TX TIME.

Check that DJ-1 #18 (*1), #30 (*2) on display unit changes normally. NG Replace magnetron.

NG To (b) (page 5-11)

Magnetron usage time within about 2000 hrs. OK

OK 0V Check if video signal is input to display unit. approx -4V

No echoes; poor sensitivity.

poor sensitivity To (c) (page 5-12)

No echoes (White noise appears) 9 to 12V Check if display unit outputs TX trigger. 0V

Check if level of DJ-1 #16 (*1), #32 (*2) on display unit changes normally.

NG

FR-7062: Faulty pcb IF9214 FR-7112/7252: Faulty pcb IF9099B

OK NG (No TX trigger) Faulty pcb SPU-9211 Faulty pcb SPU-9211

FR7062-SME-46

Check level at DJ-1 #2(*1), #5(*2) on display unit OK Check if TUNE voltage is output from display unit. (Switch from ST-BY to TX)

FR-7062: 1V to 13V FR-7112/7252: 5V to 28V

Check that DJ-1 #6(*1), #8(*2) on display unit changes normally.

NG

Faulty pcb SPU-9211

OK Check if TUNE IND. voltage is input to display unit. (Switch from ST-BY to TX) To (a) All models: 1 V to 3 V

5-10

From (b) on page 5-10.

Check TX high voltage at ST-BY.

FR-7062: 300 to 370 Vdc FR-7112: 300 to 370 Vdc FR-7252: 520 to 580 Vdc

Within rating ? OK

NG

FR-7062: Faulty pcb 03P9235 FR-7112: Faulty pcb 03P9236 FR-7252: Faulty pcb HV9017

Check magnetron heater voltage at ST-BY.

FR-7062: 7.5 V to 7.7 Vdc FR-7112: 7.4 V to 7.6 Vdc FR-7252: 7.5 V to 8.5 Vdc

Within rating ? OK

NG

FR-7062: VR 801 Adjustment of magnetron FR-7112: VR 51 heater voltage. FR-7252: Not adjustment.

Within rating ? OK Faulty magnetron or MIC.

NG

FR-7062: Faulty pcb 03P9235 FR-7112: Faulty pcb 03P9236 FR-7252: Faulty pcb 03P9238

FR7062-SME-46A

5-11

From (c) on page 5-10 FR-7062/7112 Signal 0.25 NM 2 NM 12 NM PL B, DJ1 #7 0V 0V 12V PL A, DJ1 #8 0V 12V 12V

*1:FR-7062/7112 *2:FR-7252 FR-7252 Signal 0.25 NM 2 NM 12 NM 0V 0V 12V PL B, DJ1 #9 PL A, DJ1 #10 0V 12V 12V

Check TX pulselength selection signal.

Check DJ-1 PLB, PLA signal on display unit for proper operation. OK

NG

Faulty pcb SPU-91211

Magnetron usage time within 2000 hrs OK Check if AUTOMATIC TUNE voltage is output from display unit. (Switch from ST-BY to TX)

NG

Faulty magnetron.

FR-7062: 1 V to 13 V FR-7112/7252: 5 V to 28 V

Check level at DJ-1 #6 (*1), #8(*2) on display unit changes normally. OK

NG

Faulty pcb SPU-9211.

Check TUNE IND. voltage input to display unit. (Switch from ST-BY to TX)

All mode: 1 to 2.5 V TUNE.IND.(*1: #18, *2: #30)

MAX value OK

NG

All models: Faulty MIC, FR-7062: Faulty pcb IF9214, FR-7112/7252: Faulty pcb IF9099D
FR7062-SME-46B

Faulty MIC

5-12

Symptom: No GAIN, A/C SEA, A/C RAIN effect

Flow chart 9

GAIN can be adjusted. OK

NG

Check voltage at NG J101 #15 on SPU board. MIN: approx -9 V OK MAX: 0 V

Faulty VR on VOL-9151 board.

Faulty pcb SPU-9211

A/C SEA can be adjusted. OK

NG

Check voltage at NG J101#13 on SPU board. MIN: 0 V OK MAX: approx 4 V

Faulty VR on VOL-9151 board.

Faulty pcb SPU-9211

A/C RAIN can be adjusted. OK

NG

Check voltage at NG J101 #14 on SPU board. MIN: -7 V OK MAX: 0 V

Faulty VR on VOL-9151 board.

Faulty pcb SPU-9211

FR7062-SME-47

End

5-13

Symptom: Target cannot be acquired

Flow chart 10

AD format HD data supplied ?

* Heading data in NMEA 0183 cannot be used for ARP.

Transfer rate.

200 msec

Change the rate to 25 msec

OK NG (Indication of ARP-10 When LED(CR1) on ARP board is off: 18P9007 is faulty. is not connected) When LED(CR1) on ARP board is blinking: 18P9007 or SPU-9211 is faulty.

ARP data display ?

OK

Menu setting ?

OFF

Turn on the display.

OK

ARP self-test ?

OFF

OK Which item is NG ? Check FE-DATA 1 & 2, rotating GAIN VR. OK OK ? OK Not changing. Faulty pcb 18P9007

ROM, RAM

Faulty 18P9007.

SPEED, COURCE, TRIGEER, VIDEO, BP, HP Incorrect input or Faulty pcb 18P9007.

FR7062-SME-48

All targets acquired ?

All Targets not acquired.

Faulty pcb 18P9007

Some Targets acquired. The ARP works normally. See page 2-10 for limitations.

5-14

5.3 Message Indications


The following messages appears to call the operators attention to missing heading, bearing or gyro pulses.

Error Message HD SIG MISSING

Meaning
Heading pulse is not applied to the SPU pcb.

Bearing pulse is not applied to the SPU pcb.

BRG SIG MISSING


***.* appears when bearing signal is interrupted momently. 1) Press [MODE] key to erase asterisk.(Momental signal loss) 2) Check the connector 1. Optinal ARP-10 board is not fitted. 2. Communication between ARP and SPU boards is abnormal. (Defective board or connector)
FR7062-SME-49

HDG shows ***.*

ARP-10 is not connected

5-15

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
TITLE TYPE INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM RDP-122 DISLAY UNIT RDP-123 PANEL TB/VOL Board C3461-K01 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x S-5 S-6 S-7 S-8 S-9 S-10 S-11 S-12 S-13 S-14 S-15 S-16 S-17 S-18 S-19 S-20 S-21 S-22 S-23 S-24 PNL-9150 C3392-K02 TB-9152, C3392-K03 VOL 9151 03P9234 INT Board 03P9240 TX-HV HV-9017 C3461-K03 C3352-K02 C3460-K03 DWG. No C3459-C01 C3460-C01 C3461-C01 C3459-K01 x x FR-7062 FR-7112 FR-7252 x x x PAGE S-1 S-2 S-3 S-4

POWER SUPPLY Board PTU-9149 C3393-K04 SCANNER UNIT 03P9249 INT Board 03P9250 03P9241 03P9235 MODULATOR Board 03P9237 03P9239 IF-9214 IF AMP. Board IF-9099 POWER SUPPLY Board 03P9236 RFC Board 03P9238 C3398-K08 C3460-K05 C3461-K05 C3459-K02 C3460-K02 C3461-K02 C3459-K03 C3460-K04 C3461-K04 C3459-K04 C3460-K06 C3461-K06 C3441-K08

S-0