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AMVER Ship Reporting System Manual

   To participate; Use of the information reported; Amver system communications network - Email vs Internet, Amver/SEAS "Compressed Message" via INMARSAT-C via COMSAT, HF Raadiotelex Service of USCG Communication Stations, HF Radio at no cost via USCG contractual agreements with the following company, Telex, Telefax, CW (Morse Code) is discouraged; Report format; What and when to report to Amver; What should not be reported to Amver; General Amver message/report format; Amver message line definitions; Amver report formats and usage; Evaluating Amver; Required notice; Applicability.

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NMS 6000 Dynamic Positioning System Operations and Maintenance Manual

   This operations and maintenance manual describes the hardware, software, and operational capabilities of the Nautronix, Inc. Marine System Model 6000, (NMS6000), Dynamic Positioning (DP) System. The manual provides instructions for using the system and any associated sub-systems, such as sensors, computers, and signal processing equipment. Additionally, the manual provides information on system casualty troubleshooting, and corrective actions, and system test and maintenance procedures. The NMS6000 DP System controls vessel thrusters to maintain the vessel at specific heading and/or position goal setpoints, despite environmental forces that would tend to drive the vessel off-station.


FUGRO SeaSTAR 9200-G2 User Manual

   The SeaSTAR 9200-G2 DGNSS Receiver is part of the SeaSTAR world-wide DGNSS Service. The present manual contains installation and set-up guidelines, operating considerations, operation,configuring the receiver over ethernet, and a number of appendices with technical specifications, message options, reference stations, service procedures, acronyms used, updating the firmware, user notes etc.


Kongsberg OS-500 Maintenance and Technical Course Training Manual

   The SBC500 is a single-board computer (SBC) that runs the application program of a process control system. The SBC500 provides a number of interfaces and functions. The main function blocks are: Central processor, Dual Ethernet interface, Serial lines, PBUS interface, Piggy-back card interface, Digital input and output, SBC-redundancy control signals, Alarm monitoring, Watchdog, Front indicators and controls. The SBC500 is based on the MPC755 RISC processor with a built-in floating point unit (FPU) and running the real-time operating system VxWorks. The SBC500 is a superscalar processor miming at 300 MHz. and at peak performance it executes two instructions per clock cycle. The dual Ethernet interface is based on two Intel GD82559ER Fast Ethernet PCI Controllers. The physical interface complies with IEEE 802.3 1 OB ASE-T/1OOBASE-TX. The SBC500 provides 15 general purpose RS232C full-level serial-line channels: Channel numbers 1 to 15 are available on the PI connector, Provides independent baud-rate generators for each channel and each direction, Each channel supports Rx, Tx. RTS and CTS signals. Channel number 0 is available on the front of the SBC500 as the CONSOLE interface.


Operator Reference Manual Kongsberg SDP (OS) Dynamic Positioning System

   The SDP operator station includes a high-resolution colour flat screen for monitoring and operation of the system, and an operator panel with pushbuttons, lamps and joystick controls. The power switch and adjustment controls for the display are placed below the screen. The use of the power switch and adjustment controls is described in the Hardware Module Description for the screen. Several push burtons with status lamps are provided on the operator panel for activation of main modes, position-reference systems, thrusters and functions. The accompanying status lamps indicate activation of a particular function, mode or system. Other frequently-used functions, such as selection of display views and dialog boxes, may also have dedicated push buttons on the operator panel. The buttons are grouped according to their main function. For safety reasons, some of the buttons must be pressed twice within four seconds to invoke action. These buttons are indicated by a separate colour.


CyScan Position Reference Sensor Operators Guide

   Introduction - Sensor part names, SN and soft versions; Start-up, Suspend, exit or reset communications, Screen layout, Using multi-target groups, Navigation modes - single- and multi-target groups, Alarms, Rejecting unwanted reflections, Scanner tilt controls, Blanking zone, Configuration property page, Using log files, Entering service access mode; Troubleshooting - For further assistance, Problems and their possible remedies, Alarm codes, Cleaning the targets and sensor, Fuse information, LED indicators; Technical Notes - Reflective material, installation and position of the targets, Vertical beam divergence, Low temperature operation; System Specifications.


CyScan Position Reference Sensor Installers Guide

   Software versions and serian nos.; CyScan Components - System components layout; Mechanical Installation - Where to install, Sensor orientation - Mounting templates, How to install - Unpacking, Mounting the system components; Cable Installation - specifications, computer options, connecting the sensor; Set-Up - Entering service access code, Blanking zone, Primary sensor view, Location offsets, Additional shutdown menu, Licence load, initial log file creation, Bearing offset; Operator Training; Technical Notes - Target types, Targets - reflective material, Target installation, DP message types, NMEA 0183 message string status bits definition, Low temperature operation; Installation checklist and sign-off sheet.


CyScan Position Reference Sensor Engineers Guide

   Removing and fitting key components, component overview - the rotor heatshield, the rotor, teh body cover, the motor gearbox, the CPU module, the controller PCB, the Yaw gyro, the vertical reference unit, the actuators; CyScan Console engineer level access - 2 ways to start ELA, scanner tilt mechanism engineering functions and setting the serial com port, property pages engineering functions; Technical notes - CyScan sensors connector pin-outs, DP message types, NMEA 0183 message string status bits definition.


US Captains Training Series - Course Per Standard Compass

   Hi! My name is Neil Smith, I am instructor for US Captains Training. Today I am going to show you how to make the course made per standard magnetic compass problem on the chart...


MK IV Artemis Installation and Operation Manual

   Artemis MK IV is a short range microwave position fixing system of the range-bearing type. It combines the proven microwave antenna tracking techniques of earlier versions of the system with state-of-the-art technology to achieve accurate and repeatable positioning under all weather conditions, using just a single reference station. The system utilizes low power solid state microwave oscillators operating in the 9 GHz band, providing a maximum range of 30,000 metres with line of sight. The minimum range is as low as 10 metres. The system comprises two identical, user-configurable stations. One station is configured as FIX station, to be set up on a known, fixed location; the other station is configured as MOBILE (MOB) station and is installed on the vessel or vehicle of which the position is to be fixed. Each station consists of an Artemis Basic Unit (ABU), on top of which a radar-like tracking antenna is mounted, and either a Basic Operating Panel (BOP) or an Extended Operating Panel (EOP). The BOP is a hand-held size unit and is intended for use with the FIX station. It needs only to be connected to the FIX station's ABU to enter specific station set-up data (e.g., reference azimuth). Once the station is set up it can be disconnected. The EOP is intended for use with the MOBILE station. Functionally it is identical to the BOP, but it facilitates connection of a variety of peripheral equipment. The ABU design reflects the use of a microprocessor to make a large number of powerful features available to the user, yet making the system very friendly to operate. Among the features are: full remote control and monitoring of the counter station (once operational), position data (including heading) available at both stations, selectable microwave frequency pairs and an auxiliary full duplex data channel.


RadaScan 1.0a & 1.0b Operator's Guide

   Welcome to the RadaScan position reference sensor for dynamic positioning and other vessel control applications. RadaScan is a high accuracy radar based sensor that provides positional information to allow automated approach and/or station keeping relative to a structure or vessel. The structure or vessel must be equipped with one or more retro-reflective RadaScan transponders/targets. RadaScan has been designed for permanent installation and quick/easy operation. A RadaScan system comprises of 3 major components as follows: - The RadaScan Sensor. A scanning transceiver unit with integral power supply and processing electronics for installation in a prominent external location in order to view available transponder. The Sensor is connected to the vessel DP system by a serial RS422 or Ethernet link. - The RadaScan Console. A system control and display application running under Microsoft Windows XP on a standard PC. This allows full control of the system together with graphical and data display of system status. An Ethernet link connects the Sensor to the console PC. - RadaScan Transponder/Target. A passive self contained battery powered electronics module for temporary, semi-permanent or permanent installation on the target vessel. RadaScan transponders are ATEX certified as intrinsically safe.


RadaScan 1.0a Installer's Guide

   RadaScan Installation Instructions - Before starting an installation, please note the following important points: All servicing / installation to be undertaken ONLY by qualified service personnel. There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit; Do NOT turn on or attempt to operate an obviously damaged unit; RadaScan is fitted with a 4A 250V rated fuse. Replace fuses ONLY with the same type and rating as marked on the label adjacent to the fuse holder; The equipment accepts the input 100-240Vac / 50-60Hz / 2.8 - 1.2A, as marked on the equipment; Ensure that the supply voltage available at the installation site meets the voltage range marking, as provided on the equipment; Power supplied to RadaScan must be directly from a UPS (un-interruptable power supply). This device also acts as the power disconnection point. Guidance Navigation specifies the use of either of the following Marine Type Approved UPS systems : MGE PULSAR REVOLUTION 800 MARINE, MGE PULSAR EXTREME 1500C MARINE. Alternative equivalent devices may be used. The installer must ensure that the power cable to the sensor is rated to withstand the maximum current output of the UPS.


Kongsberg K-Thrust RCS Propulsion and Thruster Control System Operator Manual

   The Kongsberg K-Thrust RCS system offers manual remote control of electric main propulsion,steering gears and thrusters. Combined with the capabilities of K-Pos DP, K-Thrust system becomes a manoeuvring system with a complete range of ship handling functions, such as manual control from levers, autopiloting, joystick control with the possibility of automatic heading, automatic station keeping. The K-Thrust RCS concept includes a range of controllers and panels that can be arranged in virtually any combination on the bridge, in the Engine Control Room as well as in other locations, for the control of the propulsion, steering gear and thrusters. The hardware and software platform of K-Thrust RCS is particularly adapted for integration with Kongsberg DP (K-Pos). Navigation (K-Bridge) and vessel control (K-Chief) systems.


Kongsberg Simrad SDP Dynamic Positioning System Operator Manual

   The Kongsberg Simrad GreenDP® (SDP) system is a computerised DP control system enabling automatic heading and position control of a ship. Setpoints for position and heading are specified by the operator; then, they are processed by the SDP system to provide thrust control signals to the ship's thruster as well as main propeller systems. The propulsion units which are currently in use are allocated optimum thrust by the system. The SDP system uses data from the gyrocompasses in order to control the heading of the ship, and at least one position reference system lets the system control the position.


Conning 3500 User Manual

   Conning 3500 serves as main input and visualisation device for any SMC configuration, such as NavPilot 3500 or DPT 3500. It provides the operator with valuable primary navigation information grouped in a set of functional or 'Conning' mimics. Each mimic is designed for a specific operating condition. It is built from a collection of components from Imtech's extensive SMC library, and may be completed with any ship specific special functionality. In addition to the visually presented navigation information, the system may be configured to generate acoustic support such as alarm signals. Conning 3500 is a client application that, depending on the configuration on board, may be installed on a DPT 3500 Server, a dedicated Conning 3500 client system, or a a multi-purpose workstation. In principle, the application can be installed in two hardware depending versions - a version for a system with track ball or mouse, and a touch screen version providing a pop-up dialog whenever the operator wants to enter settings-Several clients may run in parallel on a number of operating positions. Depending on the configuration, operator accessibility may be limited to avoid conflicts between the operator positions in different rooms. A Conning 3500 client requires a server application for providing data. A DPT 3500 DP2 class configuration contains two servers in a master/slave set-up and an independent joystick server. The Conning by default shows data from, and provides access to, the Master server; however, provisions are available to temporarily address the Slave server.


Siemens Simatic S7-200 Programmable Controller System Manual

   Product overview; Installation; Getting started; PLC concepts; Programming concepts, features and conventions; Instruction set; Hardware troubleshooting guide; Software debugging tools; Communicating over a network; Open loop motion control; Using the USS and Modbus protocol libraries; Creating a program for the modem module; Using recipes; Using data logs; PID auto-tune & tuning control panel; Appendices.


Fanbeam SR Short Range Laser Radar System

   MDL's Fanbeam©SR is a laser radar system; it was designed for repetitive, high accuracy tracking and positioning of marine vessels as well as semi-static and static anchored structures. This system is intended to be used to control/assist automatic docking of a vessel next to a platform or jetty or any other vessel. Traditionally, three sensors are employed onboard a vessel involved in dynamic positioning operations. MDL's Fanbeam®SR compliments differential GPS (DGPS) and can assume a primary role when differential signals are lost or become ineffective. The above stated system is also used to position seismic vessels gun array floats as the vessel surveys the latest oilfield prospects. The basic system consists of a laser scanning unit which is mounted on a motorised yoke that able to rotate 360° at up to 50° per second and can measure to a range of 1,000m to within an accuracy of ±10cm using a vertical 18° fan of pulsed light produced by a multiple element semiconductor laser diode in combination with special optics. Pulses reflected from a retro-reflector mounted on a rig or a vessels gun array, for example, is timed and multiplied by the speed of light to give distance. At the time of the received return the electro optical encoder is read to give bearing.


UNIMACS DPT 3500 Dynamic Positioning & Tracking System Operator Manual

   With the UniMACS Dynamic Positioning & Tracking (DPT) System on board a ship, the operator may execute any manoeuvring operation manually, automatically or in a mixed mode configuration. This manual gives an overview of all available functions in the base-line version of this system. That means that some functions may not be present (options) on board a specific ship or minor differences are in order. It is intended for the operator. Thus it hardly touches the underlying control algorithms or the hardware properties unless that will improve the understanding of a specific function. The document is organised to meet the requirements of both the average and the advanced operator.


DPT 3500 Panel and DPT 3500 System User Manuals

   This document describes the DPT 3500 system with DP2 Class certification. The system is a member of the SMC family configured to be used as autopilot, trackpilot, speedpilot and DPT system. The DPT 3500 system is a product of the Imtech Marine & Offshore UniMacs 3000s Integrated Bridge System series. The functionality of the system can be addressed by interfaces like Conning 3500 and DPT 3500 panel. Any DPT 3500 system forms part of the steering and propulsion control architecture of a ship. Such architecture generally differs from ship to ship. It depends for instance on the number of control positions, the available actuators, and the manual control components. The set comprises of two files - DPT 3500 Panel User Manual and System User Manual.


Kongsberg K-Pos Stand-alone Simulator Operator Manual

   The Stand-alone Simulator allows operation of a simulated vessel using the full range of DP PM functions. The simulations are performed in real-time, and do not interfere with the operational system except for the use of Operator Stations. For information about how to operate the simulated vessel, refer to the relevant K-Pos (OS) Operator Manual. The Stand-alone Simulator can be used for: Planning new operations, Verification and testing of an existing operational situation, Simulating the vessel's behaviour in different environmental conditions or based on the weather forecast, On-board operator training. When running a simulation you can: Define the required operational situation, Save and restore sets of simulator set-up data, Use all the normal operational modes and functions, Specify the vessel's start position and heading, Simulate the vessel's draught ballasting and the water depth, Simulate the environmental conditions (wind, current, waves), Specify the status of the thruster. power bus and power generator switches, Simulate pipe-lay operations, Simulate the mooring system, Simulate single risers and multiple risers, Simulate anchor which operations, Simulate a break in one or more anchor lines, Simulate thruster failures (by disconnecting thrusters), Simulate thruster failures. Note: This operator manual describes the K-Pos Stand-alone Simulator configurations that can be delivered for DP, PM and DPM systems. Not all of the elements described here will be available in every Stand-alone Simulator configuration.


FUGRO Seastar 3510LR User Manual

   About this manual; System features; Initial setup; Model 3510LR/RTCV mode setup; Model 3510LR/VBS or VRC mode setup; Receiver interfaces - power, antenna, data, command; Installation considerations, electrical grounding requirements; counter electromagnetic force, cable installation, antenna location; Technical specifications; Menus and displays - power on menus, about menu, VBS status menu, current channel menu, set channel menu, configure output menu, configure ports menu; Care of portable batteries; Receiver service procedure; SeaStar receiver toolkit; SeaStar receiver problem report form; User notes.


Kongsberg K-Pos Riser Angle Monitoring Operator Manual

   The RAM (Riser Angle monitoring) allows optimized vessel position during drilling operations. The present manual has following main chapters - Overview - Operating Procedures - Displayed Riser Angle Information - System Messages - Simulator and Trainer.


Rolls-Royce Icon(TM) Dynamic Positioning System Class 2 User Manual

   The redundant Icon DP 2 system is based on a triple controller solution with a redundant fibre-optic network. Interface to sensors and position reference systems, power system and thruster system are split into logical groups, based on class requirements and system segregation. The triple redundant controller solution features a two-out-of-three voting principle. In case of controller failure and voting rejection, the operator does not have to intervene. The remaining two controllers are unaffected and continue the operation. The redundant network solution handles network failures locally on network level. The connected nodes do not need special functionality to handle network redundancy. With the DP system integrity preserved, the DP network is separated from networks of other applications. The DP cabinets, operator stations, sensors and position reference systems are dual powered from the redundant UPS system.


Kongsberg K-Pos Follow Target Mode operator Manual

   A K-Pos system with Follow Target mode lias one of two available configurations: - Follow Single Mobile Target; - Follow Multiple Mobile Targets. Follow Single Mobile Target enables the vessel to automatically follow a moving target and keeps the vessel within a "position window" relative to the target. The moving target must be equipped with a mobile reference transponder or laser reflector in order for the K-Pos system to monitor its relative position. If. for example, the moving target is a Remotely Operated Vehicle, then the vessel must be equipped with a Hydroacoustic Position Reference (HPR) system. In addition to a mobile reference transponder on the target, an additional fixed position-reference system is required, such as DGPS or a fixed transponder deployed on the seabed. You can define a circle of operation within which the target can move without causing the vessel to move. The vessel only moves when the target reaches the boundary of this circle. The radius of this circle (the "reaction radius") can be up to 1000 m.


Seapath 200 Users Manual

   The purpose of this manual is to provide the user with sufficient information to perform correct installation and operation of the equipment. This manual is organised into the following chapters: Introduction - A brief overview of this manual with references and abbreviations; Technical Data - Presents detailed product specification, physical dimensions, required power, environment restrictions, together with restrictions in use and guarantee; Installation - Refers to the Installation Manual; Technical Description - A brief description of the theory of an integrated GPS/TMU system and how the Seapath calculates accurate position, velocity, and attitude; Operation Instructions - Describes system operation following installation; Maintenance - Describes repair and servicing procedures including a detailed troubleshooting section; Drawings - Refers to the Installation Manual; Parts list - Lists the parts in the basic delivery and available optional equipment.


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