Have a look into this very useful set of technical documentation consists of two files. The first files of the two making it is the official instruction manual to be used with the AutoChief C20 Unit, covering its functional description and operation, plus the design and also the practical installation instructions, as well as various relevant technical information and data, connections and control characters.
In turn, the second file included in the set is presenting the formal instruction manual for the Sulzer RT-Flex engines fixed propeller installation; the chapters of this manual are covering the functional description, operating information, maintenance matters, and as-built configuration officially provided by Seamate.
The set of documents contains of two papers providing the operator's guide for the RadaScan 1.0a and 1.0b. The layout of both papers is similar - starting with the introduction to the system components and basic operating principles, software versions and serial nos.
Then the two main chapters come providing the instruction on the use of the RadaScan including the starting up, status bar, navigation, configuration, display options, feed format, communications, log files etc., together with the service access mode. The closing chapter of the paper contains all necessary specification information.
The Gill WindObserver II (WindObserver FC) wind sensor is a very robust, lightweight unit with no moving parts, outputting wind speed and direction. The units of wind speed, output rate and formats are all user selectable. The WindObserver II (WindObserver FC) is supplied with de-icing heating (recommended if icing is likely).
The WindObserver II (WindObserver FC) can be used in conjunction with a PC, data logger or other device, provided it is compatible with the RS422 output. The output message format is configured in Polar. NMEA (0183 Version 3); Continuous output, other formats can be configured as detailed in Section 7 Message Formats & Options. WindObserver II (WindObserver FC) may be configured using standard communications software on a PC. This is explained in Section 8 Configuring...
The Manual provides the operators with an excellent overview of all functions of the UniMACS DPT 3500 systems commonly used on board vessels for executing the maneuvering operations in either of three modes - manual, auto or mixed. The content has been intentionally organized to meet all practical needs of the advanced and average system operators. It opens with some intro and safety notes supplemented with the starting instructions.
Then there is a discussion about the user interface and several examples of working. The authors have also explained the major control functions in detail plus provided a thorough overview of the advance functions; the discussion of the menu controls/procedures is also there, with some additional info for the maintainers.
The S7-200 presents a line of the micro PLCs controlling a wide variety of the automation applications and featuring a compact design and low costs. The book starts with the overview of the product and general technical information about the system, followed by the instructions on proper installation.
The technical concepts of the controllers have been addressed in a separate chapter together with the conventions and features of programming. The manual also covers the communication matters and instruction set, motion control and creating programs, hardware troubleshooting, tuning and using the recipes, data logs, protocol library and other important information supplemented with several appendices providing error codes, specifications, calculations etc.
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.
The present installation manual contains the info necessary to install the Seapath 200 on a vessel. The Seapath 200 is a precise heading, attitude and position sensor based on a sophisticated combination of DGPS carrier phase measurements and inertial sensor technology. To achieve the specified accuracy of the product the installation have to be properly done and the installation procedures in this manual have to be followed.
This manual is organised into the following chapters: Chapter 1 - Introduction - A brief presentation of the Installation Manual with references and abbreviations. Chapter 2 - Specifications - Describes the physical dimensions, required power, environmental and cable specifications. Chapter 3 - Installation - Presents procedures to be followed for a typical ship installation with recommendations on location of the different parts, mechanical and electrical installation, and how to set up and calibrate the product. Chapter 4 - Installation Drawings - Contains outline drawings showing the mechanical dimensions of the different parts the Seapath 200 consist of.
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.