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Raymarine G Series Gvm400 Installation Guide 87068 2

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video and patents hsb2 RayTech Navigator Sail Pilot SeaTalk SeaTalkNG SeaTalkHS and Sportpilot are registered trademarks of Raymarine
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This product is protected by patents design patents patents pending or design patents Use Statement
You may print no more than three copies of this manual for your own use You may not make any further copies or distribute or use the
manual in any other way including without limitation exploiting the manual commercially or giving or selling copies to third 2010 Raymarine UK Ltd
All rights number 870682
Date 1 Important 7 Chapter 6 Technical 29
EMC installation guidelines 7 61 Technical ferrites 8
Chapter 7 Spare parts to other equipment 8
71 GVM400 video module spares 32
Product disposal 8
IMO and 8
Technical accuracy 8
GSeries handbooks 9
Chapter 2 Planning the installation 11
21 Parts 12
22 Power cables 12
23 Entertainment system example 13
24 15
Chapter 3 Cables and 17
31 GVM video module connections 18
32 Thermal camera 20
Chapter 4 Location and mounting 23
41 Location requirements 24
42 Mounting arrangement 24
Chapter 5 25
51 Video 26
6 GVM400 Installation 1 Important information Warning Switch off power supply
Warning Product installation and Ensure the boats power supply is switched OFF
before starting to install this product Do NOT connect
operation or disconnect equipment with the power switched on
This product must be installed and operated in unless instructed in this document
accordance with the instructions provided Failure to
do so could result in personal injury damage to your
boat andor poor product performance
EMC installation guidelines
Warning Potential ignition source Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to the appropriate
Compatibility EMC regulations to minimize
This product is NOT approved for use in interference between equipment and minimize the
atmospheres Do NOT install in effect such interference could have on the performance of your
a atmosphere such as in an system
engine room or near fuel tanks
Correct installation is required to ensure that EMC performance is
not compromised
Warning High voltages For optimum EMC performance we recommend that wherever
This product contains high voltages Do NOT remove possible
any covers or otherwise attempt to access internal Raymarine equipment and cables connected to it are
components unless specifically instructed in this
document At least 1 m 3 ft from any equipment transmitting or cables
carrying radio signals eg VHF radios cables and antennas
In the case of SSB radios the distance should be increased
Warning Product grounding to 7 ft 2 m
Before applying power to this product ensure it has More than 2 m 7 ft from the path of a radar beam A radar
been correctly grounded in accordance with the beam can normally be assumed to spread 20 degrees above
instructions in this guide and below the radiating element
The product is supplied from a separate battery from that used
for engine start This is important to prevent erratic behavior
and data loss which can occur if the engine start does not have
a separate battery
Raymarine specified cables are information
Cables are not cut or extended unless doing so is detailed in Product disposal
the installation manual
Dispose of this product in accordance with the WEEE Directive
Note Where constraints on the installation prevent any of
the above always ensure the maximum
possible separation between different items of electrical
equipment to provide the best conditions for EMC performance
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEE
throughout the installation
Directive requires the recycling of waste electrical and electronic
equipment Whilst the WEEE Directive does not apply to some
Raymarine products we support its policy and ask you to be aware
of how to dispose of this cables may be fitted with suppression ferrites These
are important for correct EMC performance If a ferrite has to be IMO and SOLAS
removed for any purpose eg installation or maintenance it must
be replaced in the original position before the product is used The equipment described within this document is intended for use
on leisure marine boats and workboats not covered by only ferrites of the correct type supplied by Raymarine
Maritime Organization IMO and Safety of Life at Sea dealers
Carriage to other equipment Technical for ferrites on nonRaymarine cables
To the best of our knowledge the information in this document was
If your Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other equipment correct at the time it was produced However Raymarine cannot
using a cable not supplied by Raymarine a suppression ferrite accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions it may contain In
MUST always be attached to the cable near the Raymarine unit addition our policy of continuous product improvement may change
without notice As a result Raymarine cannot accept
liability for any differences between the product and this
GVM400 Installation handbooks
The GSeries system has the following handbooks handbooks
Description Part number
GSeries system installation and 87070
commissioning instructions
GSeries system operating instructions 86126
quick reference
GSeries system user reference 81276
Glass Bridge monitors user guide 81324
GSeries compact keyboard 81316
GSeries command center keyboard handbooks
Description Part number
SeaTalkng reference manual 81300
All documents are available to download as PDFs information 9
10 GVM400 Installation 2 Planning the contents
21 Parts supplied on page 12
22 Power cables on page 12
23 Entertainment system example on page 13
24 Dimensions on page the installation 11
21 Parts supplied 22 Power cables
GVM video module power cable The GVM video module is not supplied with a power cable Power
cables must be of the appropriate gauge
2 Power supply Cable gauge Cable gauge
Cable length voltage AWM mm2
0 to 5 m 0 to 164 12 volts 20 052
1 ft
24 volts 20 052
5 to 10 m 164 to 12 volts 20 052
328 ft
24 volts 20 052
10 to 15 m 328 12 volts 20 052
to 492 ft
24 volts 20 052
15 to 20 m 492 12 volts 18 082
to 656 ft
24 volts 20 052
GVM400 video module
2 Installation 15 m 49 ft SVideo cable
4 15 m 49 ft Audio cable
12 GVM400 Installation Entertainment system example
9 8
1 2
4 5 6 WPTS
7 8 9 IN
11 SeaTalkhs SeaTalkhs
the installation
1 Wireless keyboard charge point
3 Wireless keyboard
4 Satellite TV
5 Wireless base station
6 Video camera
7 Video camera with audio GVM video module
9 SeaTalkhs switch
10 GPM processor unit
11 Audio output to vessels audio system
12 SeaTalkng GVM400 Installation Dimensions
56 mm
22 in
170 mm 67 in
237 mm 933 in
the installation 15
16 GVM400 Installation 3 Cables and contents
31 GVM video module connections on page 18
32 Thermal camera connection on page 20
Cables and connections 17
31 GVM video module 1 2
8 6
GVM400 Installation GVM video module Audio cables
2 SeaTalkhs switch Cables for connecting audio to the GSeries system
3 GSeries and SeaTalkhs devices Cable Part number Notes
4 SVideo source for example video camera 15 m 49 ft stereo R08275 Supplied with the GVM
5 SVideo connection using the supplied R08274 SVideo audio cable video module
adaptor cable 3 m 98 ft stereo audio R08266 Supplied with the GPM
6 Stereo audio connection using the supplied R08275 audio cable processor unit
cable Only the SVideo and Composite 4 inputs support an 15 m 492 ft stereo R08298
associated audio connection audio cable
7 Composite video source for example video camera
8 Illustration showing the labels for the video and audio
connections on the GVM video module
Note Each GVM400 video module supports 1 SVideo input or
4 composite video inputs reduced to 3 composite video inputs
if using SVideo input If a thermal camera is connected to a
GVM video module no further video devices may be connected to
that GVM unit The GSeries system supports a maximum of 3
GVM video modules providing a total of 12 video inputs less if
connecting SVideo or thermal camera cables
Cables for connecting video sources to the GSeries system
Cable Part number Notes
15 m 49 ft SVideo R08274 Supplied with the GVM
adaptor cable video module
Note Refer to your dealer for suitable cables for connecting
composite video sources to the GSeries and also for connecting
SVideo sources to the adaptor cable listed and connections
32 Thermal camera connection 1 2
You can connect a thermal camera to your system
The camera is connected via a SeaTalkhs switch If you want to
use the optional Joystick Control Unit JCU with the camera this
must also be connected to the SeaTalkhs switch A composite is also required between the camera and a GVM

4 3
1 GPM processor unit
2 SeaTalkhs switch
20 GVM400 Installation PoE Power over
Ethernet injector only required if using the dealer or the Raymarine website for latest
optional JCU software versions
4 Joystick Control Unit JCU optional For further information regarding the cameras installation
including connections and mounting refer to the Cable coupler instructions that accompany
the camera
6 Thermal camera
7 Video connection Thermal camera cables
Cabling requirements for thermal cameras
8 GVM video module
Camera to SeaTalkhs notes You will need a SeaTalkhs patch cable to connect the camera to
You can control the thermal camera using your GSeries SeaTalkhs switch The connection is made between the camera
keyboard The Joystick Control Unit JCU is optional but can cable tail to the switch via the coupler supplied with the camera
be used in conjunction with the GSeries system to control the Patch cables are available in a variety of lengths
thermal camera if required
Joystick Control Unit JCU
You can only connect 1 thermal camera to each GVM video An Ethernet with power cable is used to connect the JCU The JCU
module in your GSeries system When a thermal camera is is supplied with a 15 m 5 ft Ethernet cable for this connection if
connected each GVM video module is limited to that input you require a different length contact your dealer for suitable cables
only and does NOT support the connection of any further video
devices Power over Ethernet PoE injector to SeaTalkhs switch
Each thermal camera must be connected to Video Input 1 of a A SeaTalkhs patch cable is required for connecting the PoE injector
GVM video module to the SeaTalkhs switch SeaTalkhs patch cables are available in a
variety of lengths
Dual payload thermal cameras include 2 independent lenses
1 for thermal infrared and visible light 1 for thermal infrared Video cables
only These cameras include 2 separate video connections If Contact your dealer for suitable cables and adaptors
you only have 1 GVM video module you should only connect the
video cable labelled VIS IR visible light infrared in order to
be able to switch between the 2 lenses If you have 2 or more
Configuring the GVM video module for a
GVM video modules you should connect the video cable labelled thermal camera
VIS IR to GVM video module 1 and the video cable labelled If you want to view and control a thermal camera with your GSeries
IR to GVM video module 2 system you must configure the GVM video module using the
Thermal camera support requires the latest GSeries software To thermal camera application
check your software version select MENU System Diagnostics In the thermal camera application
Software Services Unit Info App Version Refer to your 1 Press the MENU and connections
2 Select Thermal Camera Setup
3 Select the Select GVM menu item
A list of all connected GVM video modules is displayed along
with serial numbers
4 Select the GVM video module that the thermal camera is
connected to
5 Repeat Steps 1 to 4 for each GVM video module in your system
that has a thermal camera connected to it
Note You can only connect 1 thermal camera to each GVM
video module in your GSeries system When a thermal camera
is connected each GVM video module is limited to that input
only and does NOT support the connection of any further video
GVM400 Installation 4 Location and contents
41 Location requirements on page 24
42 Mounting arrangement on page and mounting 23
41 Location requirements 42 Mounting selecting a location for the unit it is important to consider a
number of factors
Do NOT install near sources of heat or vibration for example
an engine
Install below decks in a dry area
Must be mounted on a vertical surface Sides and top must be
24 GVM400 Installation 5 contents
51 Video on page 25
51 Video with video and their possible causes and solutions are described here
Problem Possible causes Possible solutions
Video picture is unavailable at some or all Video signal is not reaching the GVM Check the video source equipment
Nav Stations video module
Check the video connections to the GVM video module
GVM video module or power supply Check the GVM video module status LEDs
Check the GVM video module power supply
SeaTalkhs network problem Check that all GVM video module and all GPM processor units are
connected to the SeaTalkhs switch
Check the status of the SeaTalkhs switch
Check that SeaTalkhs cables are free from damage
Software mismatch between equipment Contact Raymarine technical support
may prevent Only Video Input 1 on the GVM video The GVM video module has been If you no longer want to connect a thermal camera
to the GVM video module
module is working previously connected to a thermal you must reset the GVM before you can use its other inputs To
reset in the
camera video application select MENU Video Setup Reset GVM
GVM video module LED indications LED state Possible causes
LED indications associated with the GVM video module are 2 flashing amber LEDs No network cable here
3 flashing amber LEDs Other network error
LED state Possible causes
Flashing 750 250 ms LEDs Retrieving software from memory
1 flashing various rates green LED Normal operation Heartbeat alternating between amber and red card This condition remains
until a
valid application is available from the
1 steady amber LED Power on
memory card
Lamp test
1 flashing red LED Unit can no longer poll input status
1 flashing amber LED Data acquisition failure
26 GVM400
Installation LED state Possible causes
4 flashing red LEDs Flash write error
6 flashing red LEDs Video stopped
7 flashing red LEDs Video error
8 flashing red LEDs possibly followed Hardware read failure
by flashing 27
28 GVM400 Installation 6 Technical contents
61 Technical specification on page specification 29
61 Technical specification Storage conditions for packaged unit Temperature 25 C to 55 C
13 F to 131 F
Nominal supply voltage 12 or 24 V dc
Relative humidity 75
Operating voltage range 107 to 32 V dc
Dimensions Width 237 mm 933 in
Fuse Breakers 12 V supply
Height 170 mm 669 in
2 A fuse protection at distribution Depth 56 mm 220 in
Weight 08 kg 176 lb
12 A thermal circuit breaker
protection at distribution panel Data connections SeaTalkhs
24 V supply Video inputs Inputs 1 to 3
1 A fuse protection at distribution Composite video PAL 626 lines
panel NTSC 525 lines
1 A thermal circuit breaker Input 4
protection at distribution panel
SVideo or composite video
Typical power consumption 650 mA at 12 V
Audio input Stereo line in rated 1 V RMS
330 mA at 24 V associated with video input 4 only
Environmental Installation environment SVideo or composite
Operating temperature 15 C to Conformance 89336EEC as amended by
55 C 5 F to 131 F 9231EEC
Nonoperating temperature 25 C EN609452002
to 70 C 13 F to 158 F
Relative humidity limit 80
Water protection drip resistant
when mounted GVM400 Installation
7 Spare contents
71 GVM400 video module spares on page 32
Spare parts 31
71 GVM400 video module spares
The following parts are available as spares
Cable Part number Notes
GVM Connector Cover R08276
GVM install pack R08318
32 GVM400 Installation ym a rin e c o m

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