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1 Models: FMD-3200 (with 9" LCD) FMD-3300 (with 27" wide or 23." LCD) FMD-3200-BB (black-box type) Where to buy: Tel:

2 FURUNO s provision Fast, of thoroughgoing training intuitive route planning Proper training is required to ensure an efficient safe operation of vessels as well as to optimize the advantages of having onboard. Advantages include less time spent on chart management voyage planning increased safety through the proper setup operation of ) / FMD-3300 (with 27" wide or 23." LCD) FMD "in LCD the, which can remarkably reduce the risk of Models: groundings, etc. Training(with comes many forms the crew should undergo both generic training to get full understing of the as a concept, the rules governing the influences on the bridge operation. Crews should Compatible cartography Multifunction display capability, featuring, also receive familiarization training, which helps the operator familiarize themselves with Conning Information Display, Radar/Chart Radar* the specific onboard the vessel. FURUNO offers the trainings through its INS 3 vector chart (IHO S-63 data protection scheme) IHO/S-57 Edition Alert Training Management System** Vector Chart Service by UKHO C-MAP ENC Admiralty Centers (INSTC in Copenhagen Singapore) as well as other training signed Primar Jeppesen as NavSkills training. support for Service * a radarup sensor needs to be integrated in the network. NavSkills training solution is the service ARCS raster chart ** Radarmaritime Alert Management System display are to be implemented as to establish their training centers capabilities shipowners, who are looking own training software upgrade. (option) C-MAP Professional+* in full compliance with STCW IMO stards. NavSkills training package includes provision *C-MAP Professional+ is a private chart, hence not construed as replacement for paper chart. of training simulators, provision update on course materials curriculum, training for Interface with Jeppesen Dynamic Licensing Service instructors, certification of the trainees by INSTC much more. available Compatibility with Admiralty Information Overlay (AIO) for further navigation safety IMO Model Course.27 (Generic training) Additional AIO layer includes all Admiralty Temporary Preliminary STCW requires that all masters officers charge of navigational (Officer of the to Notices in to Mariners as a well as additionalwatch ENC Preliminary Notices Watch: OOW) on a ship fitted with shalli.e., have completed a generic course Mariners, reported navigational hazards that have been incorporated hold an certificate in accordance course.27. intowith paperimo chartmodel but have yet to be included in ENCs. The service is free Radar Conning Information Display of charge as part of Admiralty Vector Chart Service (AVCS) by UKHO. This training provides the trainees with knowledge of the as a system, its operation, electronic chart materials practical navigation. Also, the course includes Instantaneous chart redraw delivered by FURUNO s terms conditions for implementing paperless navigation. The training course focuses upon advanced chart drawing engine, making redraw latency many advantages safety features obtained by operating. The limitations of a thing of the past are taught throughout this training course. Instantaneous chart redraw This training concludes with 3 compulsory tests,, if passed, a certificate is issued, which confirms the trainees' successful completion of the generic training in accordance with IMO Model Course.27, reviewed by DNV SeaSkill. Electronic Navigational Chart Raster Navigational Chart The course is available at INSTC Denmark. Intuitive new user interface offers fast, precise route planning, monitoring navigation data management FURUNO familiarization training course Interface with existing FAR-2x7/FAR-28x7 series Radar FURUNO familiarization training provides trainees with specific knowledge about for Radar overlay, target track info, route waypoint functionality effective use of FURUNO for navigation. exchange via Ethernet AIO data layer displayed * Software update on FAR-2x7/FAR-28x7 series might be necessary depending on the The training covers the following aspects of FURUNO operation: program number. Familiarization with available functions familiarization with the menu structure Display setup Setting safety value Route planning Route monitoring Complies with the following IMO IEC regulations: Recognition of alarm malfunction indicators the actions to be taken IMO MSC.232(82) IEC Changing over to backup systems Ed. Loading updating of charts licenses IMO A.694(7) Updating software IEC Ed. IEC 674 Ed. 3 IEC The training concludes with a compulsory test. Upon successful completion of the test, the navigators issued (model: with a certificate that confirms the successful completion of the FURUNO 27" wide LCD are monitor MU-270W) selectable familiarization training course. This training complies with the STCW ISM Codes, Easy switching of the screen between DVI DVI2 with audited certified by ClassNK (INSTC Denmark INSTC Singapore). a locally supplied switching box Automatic switching the signal source from DVI to DVI2, The course is available at INSTC in Denmark Singapore. Also, NavSkills training when the DVI signal fails around the globe offers the range of training services. For details of locations training availability, please visit www. navskills.com. Place the cursor on the AIO object right-click to open the contextual menu. Select Object INFO to open the chart object window. Chart object window On the chart object window, select the AIO object click "OK" to view the details. The full text of the Notice to Mariners as well as associated diagrams can be displayed subsequently.

3 programs monitoring navigation Contact Info FURUNO INS Training Center Denmark FURUNO INS Training Center Singapore Hammerholmen 44-48, DK-2650 Hvidovre, No. 7, Loyang Lane, Singapore Ease of installation maintenance thanks to simplified cabling in the sensor-to-/radar interface Denmark Phone: delivered by commonphone: sensor+45 adapter acts as central medium to gather all the sensor data collectively feed it to all FMD-3200/3300 FAR-3000 Chart Radar in the system. Since FURUNO INSTC sensor adapter can be extended to cover all the sensors within the system, individual cablings in the sensor-to-/radar interface can be greatly reduced. MC-3000S/300A/3020D/3030D Navigation sensors can be directly the processor s 8 serialservice I/O ports. Please find interfaced the contactwith information as well as the training availability of each of the NavSkills training Sensor adapters are required under thefuruno followingtraining conditions: at the service web site: where you can also find the detailed course descriptions as well as other practical information. the sensor data is to be shared amongst multiple networked Radar systems, NavSkills the number of sensors interfaced is more than the number of the ports the processor has (8 serial I/O ports, digital IN 6 digital OUT), /or the networked sensors include analog sensors. In orderunit to integrate Monitor onboard sensors into the navigation network, the sensor adapter may be interfaced with the switching hub 2.8 kg 28.2throughout lb distribution ofmu-23 the sensor data the network is MU-270W possible. 3 kg 28.7 lb less than " 4xR " 0 4.3" sensor adapters may be interfaced via Ethernet to integrate onboard sensors for use in 2 3.7" Alternatively, multiple the pilot shipboard network " hole 6 MU kgfrom 9.4 lbwhich " " " Model: Trackball Control Unit FEA-207/2807 RCU-024 RCU-026 HCS Digital In MC-3020D GPS HCS Speed log Anemometer no less than " 0.8 kg.76 lb 48.88" 4.6" " Nav. E.S " 48.88" 4.6" 42.65" Digital Out MC-3030D 0.8 kg.76 lb 48.88" 4.6" " Gyro " 0.8 kg.8 lb " hole " AIS GPS 2 Analog MC-300A 48.88" 4.6" " " no less than " 45.77" " " " " 3-ø8 hole ".5 kg 3.3 lb 47.85" " FMD-3200/ " HUB-3000 HUB-3000 Serial MC-3000S Gyro " AIS Intelligent Hub " " ".5 kg 3.3 lb Nav. E.S " 45.77" " System diagram for the new Model Models: Anemometer " " Speed log Gyro 2 no less than.5 kg 3.3 lb GPS " " 4 kg 30.9 lb B Adapter " Max " GPS Switching Hub " LAN Adapter " Processor Unit EC-3000 LAN Adapter 0 to " to 0.79" Gyro no less than ".5" " 8 0.7" " " B Adapter " ".3" " no less than " ".5 kg 3.3 lb no less than " 3.3 kg 7.3 lb " " Control Unit 32.26" " " " " " " 4xΦ8x7 fixing hole 79 3." " " " 0.5" System diagram for the current Model " " " 4-Ø8

4 FURUNO s new user interface delivers straightforward, task-based operation Control Units The operator control of the FMD-3200 FMD-3300 can be done with the Control Unit RCU-024 or the Trackball Control Unit RCU-026. All functions of the can be accessed by using the trackball, scrollwheel left/right clicking Control Unit RCU-024 Trackball Control Unit RCU Rotate to adjust radar gain on the radar overlay. 4 5 For acknowledgement of alerts generated. 6 Press EBL EBL 2 to activate/deactivate respective EBL; rotate the encoder to adjust active EBL. Rotate to adjust brilliance level of the FURUNO monitor; press to select display palette. Press VRM VRM 2 to activate/deactivate respective VRM; rotate the rotary encoder to adjust active VRM. Rotate to select items within the InstantAccess bar TM ; press to confirm the selection of the item. 9 Following functions are assigned for each key: VIEW/HIDE: to show/hide the I.A. bar route information window ACQ/ACT: to activate selected active AIS target TARGET DATA: to display the detailed target data for selected TT/AIS TARGET CANCEL: to sleep the selected active AIS target 0 USB port for charts update, import/export, WP/routes, user setting. Trackball Module Trackball module consists of four parts, each of which has the following functions: trackball: to move the cursor select an object left-click: to perform/confirm the action related the selected object right-click: to display contextual menu while a cursor is on the display area, to cancel action done on the selected object scrollwheel: to select menu items 7 8 InstantAccess bar TM Full QWERTY keyboard for easy entery of route, event waypoint names. Following functions are assigned for each key: UNDO: to undo the last operation RANGE: to select chart scale Contextual Menu Right-clicking on the screen will open the contextual menu containing all the available actions related to the position of the cursor, i.e., chart object, data box, etc., hence providing quick access to tasks required. Task-based user interface realized by combination of Status bar InstantAccess bar providing quick access to the needed tasks/functions The user interface of the FMD-3200/FMD-3300 centers on carefully organized operational tools: Status bar InstantAccess bar TM. The Status bar at the top of the screen contains information about the operating status, i.e., MFD operating mode, the operation modes, etc. InstantAccess bar TM at the left-h side of the screen contains all the tasks (functions/actions) corresponding to the operation mode currently selected. These operational tools deliver straightforward, task-based operation by which the operator can quickly perform navigational task without having to go deeper into an intricate menu tree. Status bar InstantAccess bar TM Drop-down menu to facilitate streamlined operation Click to open on buttons in the Status bar InstantAccess bar TM indicate that there are hidden options of actions/tasks to be performed in the sub-layer, which can be initiated by left-clicking the buttons. This way, the operator can quickly gain access to the related tasks.

5 Status bar MFD operating mode selector Operation Mode 3 Other buttons on the Status bar Click to play back log. By clicking this button, the MFD operating mode selector will open. These three buttons give quick access to the three operation modes: Monitor mode, Chart Maintenance mode Plan mode. Once an operation mode is selected, the upper part of the InstantAccess bartm will change accordingly, providing quick access to the tasks specific to each of the operation modes. Shows only the chart, while long-pressed by the left-click key. Click to restore the IMO stard display. Click to set priority order of chart to be displayed. Click to select IMO chart display setting: IMO BASE, IMO STD or IMO-ALL. Click to display the operator s manual, program number system information. Click to select, manage set the user profile. InstantAccess bar TM When clicking on the InstantAccess bartm, the InstantAccess bartm will retract to the edge of the screen. By clicking the hidden bar at the edge of the screen, the InstantAccess bartm will come back in. The upper part of the InstantAccess bartm contains the list of available tasks/functions specific to each of the operation modes selected, hence providing quick access to the needed tasks/functions to be performed. While the menu items of the upper part of the InstantAccess bartm change according to the mode selected, the lower part of the InstantAccess bartm is static for all modes, except for Mini Conning, which is only available in the Monitor mode Plan mode. Click <<< to retract Items on the lower part of the InstantAccess bartm: Click to show hide the mini conning display, only available in the Monitor mode Plan mode. Click to record user/position events to the event log as well as to access various logs to observe, including: navigation logs (details log, voyage log chart usage log), target log alert log. Click to select a color palette (color brilliance set of the screen presentation) to match the ambient lighting conditions. Click to summon display brilliance level adjustment window where the brilliance level can be adjusted either manually (by gauge) or automatically (by clicking the automatic brilliance adjustment button, next to the brilliance gauge). Click to enter Man Overboard mark on the chart. Click to view overview of chart symbols. Click to open a chart viewing date setup window. Click to view various data about the chart currently displayed, the contents of which depend upon the type of chart displayed. Click to take a screenshot. Click to undo/redo the past actions. Click to enter setting windows for chart/symbol display as well as chart alert. Click to activate on-screen keyboard. Click >>> to open Click to display Admiralty Information Overlay. Click to split the screen in two (two-way split screen).

6 Items on the upper part of the InstantAccess bar TM : Monitor Mode In the Monitor Mode, ship s behaviour can be monitored in relations to the planned route. Various voyage monitoring tools are incorporated into the InstantAccess bar TM. Chart Maintenance Mode The Chart Maintenance Mode allows the operators to hle charts to be used in the system Select: Click to open route selecting menu window to select the route to monitor. 5 Click to start automatic installation of the chart data from the chart CD or DVD ROM. Unselect: Click to stop monitoring the route. Move to plan: Click to transfer the route currently being monitored to the Plan Mode in order to amend the route. 3 Route INFO: Click to open the route information window where the detailed parameters set for each waypoint within the route as well as the details of the user chart can be verified. Also, notes/cautions on status of the monitored route as well as user chart can be viewed Click to manage charts, i.e., grouping chart cells by purposes, deleting unnecessary chart cells, etc. 6 2 Click to open the AIS/NAVTEX message menu window from which the operators can hle AIS/NAVTEX messages, i.e., sending, viewing deleting the messages. AIS/NAVTEX message dialog box 7 Click to view the chart catalog that shows general information about the charts installed in the system, i.e., coverage, license status, availability other status information. 3 Click to open the manual update menu window by which the operators can update the electronic chart by inserting chart update symbols manually, according to the Notices to Mariners, NAVTEX warnings, etc. Manual update of the chart is required to ensure that the chart is kept up to date at all times. When the official chart update containing the changes by the manual update is made, the operator can delete the manual update symbols through the manual update menu window. Click to open the chart license menu window where the operators can view the permit status of the chart installed. Also, the operators can install, backup, restore export the chart licenses from the same menu window. chart license menu window 8 Click to open Public Key management window. This allows user to change the Public Keys which are used to authenticate the source integrity of the chart materials used in. Route monitoring Radar overlay

7 Plan Mode In the Plan mode, the operators can generate edit route plans as well as user charts. Also, various detailed reports, generated by, on planned routes as well as user charts can be viewed. All these tasks can be accessed from the InstantAccess bar Route planning 2 Creating User Chart: When clicking on User chart, user chart tools (a palette a menu window) will be displayed by which operators can create a user chart. A user chart is a layer consisting of marks lines that can be produced overlaid onto the chart. It is intended for indicating safety-related areas objects. User Chart Tools Route Planning: Once left-clicking on Route, a route planning menu window will open. The operators can use the trackball to enter waypoints directly onto the chart. After entering a waypoint, the operators can edit name, steering mode, radius, channel limit other parameters of the waypoints on the menu window. Route Planning Dialog Box A guide box instantly tells the operators the range bearing between the last waypoint the cursor position as you drag the cursor. 0 Route Planning Display Quick access to various reports: Route reports on waypoints passage plan as well as user chart reports on tidals, lines, user-entered objects user-defined areas can be directly accessed for viewing from the InstantAccess bar. 2 Click to open the data management windows for routes as well as user charts where selected routes user charts can be deleted.

8 FURUNO s provision Fast, of thoroughgoing training intuitive route planning Proper training is required to ensure an efficient safe operation of vessels as well as to optimize the advantages of having onboard. Advantages include less time spent on chart management voyage planning increased safety through the proper setup operation of ) / FMD-3300 (with 27" wide or 23." LCD) FMD "in LCD the, which can remarkably reduce the risk of Models: groundings, etc. Training(with comes many forms the crew should undergo both generic training to get full understing of the as a concept, the rules governing the influences on the bridge operation. Crews should Compatible cartography Multifunction display capability, featuring, also receive familiarization training, which helps the operator familiarize themselves with Conning Information Display, Radar/Chart Radar* the specific onboard the vessel. FURUNO offers the trainings through its INS 3 vector chart (IHO S-63 data protection scheme) IHO/S-57 Edition Alert Training Management System** Vector Chart Service by UKHO C-MAP ENC Admiralty Centers (INSTC in Copenhagen Singapore) as well as other training signed Primar Jeppesen as NavSkills training. support for Service * a radarup sensor needs to be integrated in the network. NavSkills training solution is the service ARCS raster chart ** Radarmaritime Alert Management System display are to be implemented as to establish their training centers capabilities shipowners, who are looking own training software upgrade. (option) C-MAP Professional+* in full compliance with STCW IMO stards. NavSkills training package includes provision *C-MAP Professional+ is a private chart, hence not construed as replacement for paper chart. of training simulators, provision update on course materials curriculum, training for Interface with Jeppesen Dynamic Licensing Service instructors, certification of the trainees by INSTC much more. available Compatibility with Admiralty Information Overlay (AIO) for further navigation safety IMO Model Course.27 (Generic training) Additional AIO layer includes all Admiralty Temporary Preliminary STCW requires that all masters officers charge of navigational (Officer of the to Notices in to Mariners as a well as additionalwatch ENC Preliminary Notices Watch: OOW) on a ship fitted with shalli.e., have completed a generic course Mariners, reported navigational hazards that have been incorporated hold an certificate in accordance course.27. intowith paperimo chartmodel but have yet to be included in ENCs. The service is free Radar Conning Information Display of charge as part of Admiralty Vector Chart Service (AVCS) by UKHO. This training provides the trainees with knowledge of the as a system, its operation, electronic chart materials practical navigation. Also, the course includes Instantaneous chart redraw delivered by FURUNO s terms conditions for implementing paperless navigation. The training course focuses upon advanced chart drawing engine, making redraw latency many advantages safety features obtained by operating. The limitations of a thing of the past are taught throughout this training course. Instantaneous chart redraw This training concludes with 3 compulsory tests,, if passed, a certificate is issued, which confirms the trainees' successful completion of the generic training in accordance with IMO Model Course.27, reviewed by DNV SeaSkill. Electronic Navigational Chart Raster Navigational Chart The course is available at INSTC Denmark. Intuitive new user interface offers fast, precise route planning, monitoring navigation data management FURUNO familiarization training course Interface with existing FAR-2x7/FAR-28x7 series Radar FURUNO familiarization training provides trainees with specific knowledge about for Radar overlay, target track info, route waypoint functionality effective use of FURUNO for navigation. exchange via Ethernet AIO data layer displayed * Software update on FAR-2x7/FAR-28x7 series might be necessary depending on the The training covers the following aspects of FURUNO operation: program number. Familiarization with available functions familiarization with the menu structure Display setup Setting safety value Route planning Route monitoring Complies with the following IMO IEC regulations: Recognition of alarm malfunction indicators the actions to be taken IMO MSC.232(82) IEC Changing over to backup systems Ed. Loading updating of charts licenses IMO A.694(7) Updating software IEC Ed. IEC 674 Ed. 3 IEC The training concludes with a compulsory test. Upon successful completion of the test, the navigators issued (model: with a certificate that confirms the successful completion of the FURUNO 27" wide LCD are monitor MU-270W) selectable familiarization training course. This training complies with the STCW ISM Codes, Easy switching of the screen between DVI DVI2 with audited certified by ClassNK (INSTC Denmark INSTC Singapore). a locally supplied switching box Automatic switching the signal source from DVI to DVI2, The course is available at INSTC in Denmark Singapore. Also, NavSkills training when the DVI signal fails around the globe offers the range of training services. For details of locations training availability, please visit www. navskills.com. Place the cursor on the AIO object right-click to open the contextual menu. Select Object INFO to open the chart object window. Chart object window On the chart object window, select the AIO object click "OK" to view the details. The full text of the Notice to Mariners as well as associated diagrams can be displayed subsequently.

9 programs monitoring navigation Contact Info FURUNO INS Training Center Denmark FURUNO INS Training Center Singapore Hammerholmen 44-48, DK-2650 Hvidovre, No. 7, Loyang Lane, Singapore Ease of installation maintenance thanks to simplified cabling in the sensor-to-/radar interface Denmark Phone: delivered by commonphone: sensor+45 adapter acts as central medium to gather all the sensor data collectively feed it to all FMD-3200/3300 FAR-3000 Chart Radar in the system. Since FURUNO INSTC sensor adapter can be extended to cover all the sensors within the system, individual cablings in the sensor-to-/radar interface can be greatly reduced. MC-3000S/300A/3020D/3030D Navigation sensors can be directly the processor s 8 serialservice I/O ports. Please find interfaced the contactwith information as well as the training availability of each of the NavSkills training Sensor adapters are required under thefuruno followingtraining conditions: at the service web site: where you can also find the detailed course descriptions as well as other practical information. the sensor data is to be shared amongst multiple networked Radar systems, NavSkills the number of sensors interfaced is more than the number of the ports the processor has (8 serial I/O ports, digital IN 6 digital OUT), /or the networked sensors include analog sensors. In orderunit to integrate Monitor onboard sensors into the navigation network, the sensor adapter may be interfaced with the switching hub 2.8 kg 28.2throughout lb distribution ofmu-23 the sensor data the network is MU-270W possible. 3 kg 28.7 lb less than " 4xR " 0 4.3" sensor adapters may be interfaced via Ethernet to integrate onboard sensors for use in 2 3.7" Alternatively, multiple the pilot shipboard network " hole 6 MU kgfrom 9.4 lbwhich " " " Model: Trackball Control Unit FEA-207/2807 RCU-024 RCU-026 HCS Digital In MC-3020D GPS HCS Speed log Anemometer no less than " 0.8 kg.76 lb 48.88" 4.6" " Nav. E.S " 48.88" 4.6" 42.65" Digital Out MC-3030D 0.8 kg.76 lb 48.88" 4.6" " Gyro " 0.8 kg.8 lb " hole " AIS GPS 2 Analog MC-300A 48.88" 4.6" " " no less than " 45.77" " " " " 3-ø8 hole ".5 kg 3.3 lb 47.85" " FMD-3200/ " HUB-3000 HUB-3000 Serial MC-3000S Gyro " AIS Intelligent Hub " " ".5 kg 3.3 lb Nav. E.S " 45.77" " System diagram for the new Model Models: Anemometer " " Speed log Gyro 2 no less than.5 kg 3.3 lb GPS " " 4 kg 30.9 lb B Adapter " Max " GPS Switching Hub " LAN Adapter " Processor Unit EC-3000 LAN Adapter 0 to " to 0.79" Gyro no less than ".5" " 8 0.7" " " B Adapter " ".3" " no less than " ".5 kg 3.3 lb no less than " 3.3 kg 7.3 lb " " Control Unit 32.26" " " " " " " 4xΦ8x7 fixing hole 79 3." " " " 0.5" System diagram for the current Model " " " 4-Ø8

10 SPECIFICATIONS Product Name Stards Monitor Unit Chart Materials Display Modes Data Presentation Alarm Information Navigation Planning Navigation Recording Route Monitoring User Chart MOB (Man Overboard) Interface FMD-3200 FMD-3300 Position Calculation FMD-3200-BB True Motion Relative Motion Own Ship Target Tracking (TT: ARPA, AIS) Cursor DVI LAN USB COM Serial I/O Digital IN Contact Closure ELECTRONIC CHART DISPLAY AND INFORMATION SYSTEM IMO MSC.232(82), IMO A.694(7), IMO MSC.9(79), IEC 674 Ed. 3, IEC 662- Ed. 4, IEC Ed., IEC 62288, IEC Ed. 4 MU-90, 9" color LCD, SXGA (284 x 024 pixels) MU-270W, 27" wide color LCD, WUXGA (920 x 200 pixels) or MU-23, 23." color LCD, UXGA (600 x 200 pixels) Third-party monitor supporting SXGA, UXGA, WUXGA IMO/IHO S57 edition-3 ENC vectorized material (IHO S-63 ENC data protection scheme), ARCS rasterized material, C-MAP CM-93/3 vectorized materials North-up, Course-up North-up, Course-up, Route-up, Heading-up Own ship's mark/trip numeral position in lat/lon, speed course Range, bearing, speed, course, CPA/TCPA Target information from AIS (waypoint, ship's hull status) EBL, VRM Waypoint, route monitoring several alarms Navigation by result from external position sensor Dead reckoning with gyro log Data from gyro, log, position sensors to be fed to mathmatical filter to generate highly accurate position speed Planning by rhumb line, great circle Latest 2 hours of navigation data to be recorded Off-track display, waypoint arrival alarm, shallow depth alarm Creation display of user chart (up to five user charts can be incorporated into a route plan; up to 200 points inclusive of lines symbols can be included per user chart) Position, other data at time of man overboard can be recorded displayed upon pressing the MOB button on the screen 2 ports DVI-D (Video signal from DVI No. No.2 is identical) port DVI-D or analog RGB (conning display or VDR selectable) 3 ports, Ethernet 000 Base-T ( port is for radar sensor only) 4 ports, USB 2.0 type-a 2 ports, RS-485 for brilliance control 8 ports, IEC662-/2 (2 ports), IEC662- (6 ports) Sentences: (IN) ABK, ALR, CUR, DBT, DPT, DTM, ETL, GGA, GLL, GNS, HDT, HTD, MTW, MWV, NRX, OSD, PRC,RMC, ROT, RPM, RSA, RSD, THS, TLL, TRC, TRD, TTM, VBW, VDM, VDO, VDR, VHW, VTG, XDR, XTE, ZDA (OUT) ABM, ACK, BBM, EVE, HTC, OSD, VBW, VDR, VSD, XTE port, ACK signal input 6 ports: port for system fail, port for power fail, 2 ports open 2 ports close SENSOR ADAPTER Control Serial Input Analog Input Digital Input Digital output LAN Serial Contact Closure POWER SUPPLY Processor Unit Monitor Unit port, Ethernet 00 Base-TX 8 ports, IEC 662-/2 (4 ports), IEC 662- (4 ports) port for power fail, normal close or normal open 3 ports/unit, -0 to +0V or 0 to 0V, 4 to 20 ma, selectable 8 ports/unit, normal close or open, selectable 8 ports/unit, normal close or open, selectable 00-5/ VAC, phase, 50/60 Hz 24 VDC,.4 A VAC, phase, 50/60 Hz ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION Ambient Temperature Relative Humidity Degree of Protection Vibration -5 C to +55 C 93 % or less at 40 C Processor Unit Intelligent HUB Control Unit IEC Ed. 4 IP20 (IP22: option) IP22 EQUIPMENT LIST Stard Monitor Unit MU-90 for FMD-3200, MU-270W/23 for FMD-3300 unit 2 Processor Unit EC-3000 unit 3 Control Unit RCU-024 or Trackball Control Unit RCU-026 (specify when ordering) unit 4 Stard Spare Parts Installation Materials set Option : set MC-3000S Control Serial MC-300A Analog MC-3020D Digital IN MC-3030D Digital OUT 2 Trackball Control Unit RCU-026 (for remote control) unit 3 Switching Hub for sensor network unit 4 Intelligent Hub HUB-3000 for interswitch network unit 5 AC/DC Power Supply Unit PR-240 unit 6 DVI-analog RGB conversion kit set 7 Installation Materials set INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM VAC VR-7000 Monitor Unit MU-90 MU-23 MU-270W MU-90: DVI 5/0 m (max.) MU-270W/23: DVI 5 m (max.) RS-485 for brilliance control MU-90: 0 m (max.) MU-270W/23: 5 m (max.) Ethernet MU-90: DVI 5/0 m (max.) MU-270W/23: DVI 5 m (max.) HUB-3000 Processor EC VAC Serial 5/0/20/30 m USB 5 m Serial 5/0/20/30 m USB 5 m Control Unit RCU-024 or RCU-026 Trackball Control Unit RCU-026 Processor EC-3000 for Chart Radar* 24 VDC Serial MC-3000S (8 ports) Analog MC-300A (3 ports) Digital IN/OUT MC-3020D/ 3030D (8 ports each) * Up to 8 EC-3000 Processors can be interfaced through single HUB Navigation Sensors Gyrocompass AIS GPS NAVTEX Wind Indicator Echo Sounder Speed Log Water Temp. Sensor etc. Conning Display VAC RS-485 for brilliance control MU-90: 0 m (max.) MU-270W/23: 5 m (max.) 00-5/ VAC VAC Option or connectable equipment Note:. Length of LAN cable is 50 m (max.) 2. Cable between components should be no longer than 6 m. FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD. Nishinomiya, Hyogo, Japan FURUNO U.S.A., INC. Camas, Washington, U.S.A. FURUNO (UK) LIMITED Havant, Hampshire, U.K. FURUNO NORGE A/S Ålesund, Norway FURUNO DANMARK A/S Hvidovre, Denmark FURUNO SVERIGE AB Västra Frölunda, Sweden FURUNO FINLAND OY Espoo, Finl FURUNO POLSKA Sp. Z o.o. Gdynia, Pol FURUNO DEUTSCHLAND GmbH Rellingen, Germany FURUNO FRANCE S.A.S. Bordeaux-Mérignac, France FURUNO ESPAÑA S.A. Madrid, Spain FURUNO ITALIA S.r.l. Genoa, Italy FURUNO HELLAS S.A. Glyfada, Greece FURUNO (CYPRUS) LTD Limassol, Cyprus FURUNO EURUS LLC St. Petersburg, Russian Federation FURUNO SHANGHAI CO., LTD. Shanghai, China FURUNO CHINA CO., LTD. Hong Kong FURUNO KOREA CO., LTD. Busan, Korea FURUNO SINGAPORE PTE LTD Singapore 604PDF Catalogue No. M-558e