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022009Document number 813133251 2009 Raymarine UK LimitedDigital 2011 The Monotype Corporation All Rights ReservedArial is a trademark of The Monotype Corporation 2011 The Monotype Corporation All Rights is a trademark of The Monotype Corporation 2011 The Monotype Corporation All Rights is a trademark of The Monotype Cf9bR 22242H22I2I2 2011 The Monotype Corporation All Rights ReservedArial is a trademark of The Monotype Corporation 2011 The Monotype Corporation All Rights is a trademark of The Monotype Corporation 2011 The Monotype Corporation All Rights is a trademark of The Monotype CorporationTA 7000 7 A7 z t u z t u wXY9ZHz7v 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OrangeUnnamed gradient AI12 Job Options DataAI12 Job Options SizeAdobe PDF Job Options Vectorized ObjectImage Flare Deform PluginAdobe Envelope PluginEnvelope and WarpaipAdobe Planar GroupAdobe Live Paint PluginLive PaintaipAdobe Perspective Plugin GroupAdobe Perspective Plugin Path BlendsAdobe Blends PluginLive 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120 15200 200 15 201 1 5020 2050 Number 813133Date February 2009813133book Page 1 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PMTrademarks and registered HSB RayTech Navigator Sail Pilot SeaTalk and Sportpilot are UK registered trademarks of Raymarine UK Limited Pathfinder and Raymarine are UK registered trademarks of Raymarine Holdings Limited45STV 60STV AST Autoadapt Auto GST AutoSeastate AutoTrim Bidata GSeries HDFI LifeTag Marine Intelligence Maxiview On Board Raychart ST40 ST60 Seaclutter Smart Route Tridata and Waypoint Navigation are trademarks of Raymarine UK LimitedAll other product names mentioned are trademarks or registered trademarks if applicablef their respective UK Ltd 2009813133book Page 2 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM Contents information use1Safety notices1FCC Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive2EMC of display software 5EMC installation guidelines5Box tools6Digital Radome scanner dimensions718 Digital Radome scanner 724 Digital Radome scanner 7Planning the cables 9Running the cable to the scanner 9Power requirements 10Grounding the radar system 10digital cables 11Mounting the scanner 14Setting up the scanner 15Maintenance and 17Introduction 17Maintenance 17Technical support 19Technical specification 21RD418D 18Digital Radome scanner unit 21RD424D 24Digital Radome scanner unit 23813133book Page i Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM Digital Radome Scanner User Page ii Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM Important information handbook contains an explanation of how to install connect andmaintain your Digital Radome scanner and covers the following modelsRD418D 18 4 kW DigiRD424D 24 4 kW DigiYour radar has been designed and manufactured to meet the of the marine environment However no machine can perform itsintended function unless installed operated and maintained properlyPlease carefully read and follow the recommended procedures for installation contained in this handbookWhen properly installed and operated the use of this radar conforms toIEEE C951 2005 Standard for Safety Levels with respect to HumanExposure to Radio Frequency Fields 3 kHz to 300GHzICNIRP Guidelines 1998 International Commission on Protection Guidelines for limiting exposure to fields up to 300GHz1998This product is a radar scanner intended for use within a navigational radarsystem The intended application is for leisure marine boats and workboats not covered by IMOSOLAS carriage and operation of this radar may be subject to individual licensing of the equipment operator or vessel You are strongly advised to check with the requirements of the licensing authority of your national administration In case of difficulty contact your local Raymarine dealer WARNINGRadio Frequency Radiation HazardThe radar antenna emits energy at microwave radio frequencies which can be harmful particularly to your eyes DO NOT look at the antenna at close rangeIt is important that the radar is turned off whenever personnel are required to come close to the scanner assembly It is recommended that the radar scanner is mounted out of range of personnel above head heightThe maximum power density level which is considered safe for general public exposure is 10 Wm and for occupational exposure it is 100 Wm The distances from the radar scanner within which these levels may be exceeded are given belowDistance to 100 WmDistance to 10 power density at any distance is 100 Wm 10m worst caseRD424DMax power density at any distance is 100 Wm10m worst case813133book Page 1 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM Digital Radome Scanner User Guideis equipment not expressly approved in writing by Raymarine Inc could violate compliance with FCC rules and void the operators authority to operate the equipmentWaste Electrical and Electronic Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEEective requires the recycling of waste electrical and Whilst the WEEE Directive does not apply to someof Raymarines products we support its policy and ask you tobe aware of how to dispose of this productThe crossed out wheelie bin symbol illustrated above and found on ourproducts signifies that this product should not be disposed of in generalwaste or landfillPlease contact your local dealer national distributor or Raymarine Technical Services for information on product disposalEMC conformance All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best for use in the recreational marine environment The design andmanufacture of Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to theappropriate Compatibility EMCandards but is required to ensure that performance is not of UK Limited hereby declare that the products to which thismanual relates comply with the appropriate requirements and provisions ofthe RTTE Directive 19995ECThe full Declaration of Conformity may be viewed on the relevant product Voltagegh voltages Adjustments require specialized service procedures and tools only available to qualified service technicians there are no user serviceable parts or adjustments The operator should never remove the scanner unit to service the equipment must be installed in accordance with the instructions contained in this handbook Failure to do so could result in poor product performance personal injury andor damage to your boat813133book Page 2 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 Important information 3Multifunction display software versionThe Digital Radome scanner can be connected directly to a CSeries orESeries display or to a CSeries ESeries or GSeries display via aSeaTalk switchThe Digital Radome scanner is compatible with the following multifunction displaysC90W C120W and C140W E80 E120 ESeries displaysG120 G150 G170 and G190 GSeries displaysFor operation of your scanner the multifunction display unit requires thelatest software versionAfter installing your scanner download the latest software for your multifunction display from the Raymarine website find out whether your display is using the latest software version switchon the display and check the version number on the navigation warningscreen However if a scanner is not connected to the the version number will only be displayed for 10 secondsFor information on how to update your multifunction display software please refer to the instructions on the Raymarine website or contact Raymarine technical register your new Raymarine product please take a few minutes to fillout the warranty card It is important that you complete the owner information and return the card to receive full warranty benefits can register your product on line at informationThe technical and graphical information contained in this handbook to thebest of our knowledge was correct as it went to press However our policyof continuous improvement and updating may change product specifications without prior notice As a result unavoidable differences between theproduct and handbook may occur from time to time813133book Page 3 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM Digital Radome Scanner User Page 4 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM Installation 5All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best for use in the recreational marine design and manufacture conforms to the appropriate EMCndards but correct installation is required toensure that performance is not compromised Although every effort hasbeen taken to ensure that they will perform under all conditions it isimportant to understand what facts could affect the operation of theproductThe guidelines here describe the conditions for optimum EMC performancebut it is recognized that it may not be possible to meet all of these conditions in all situations To ensure the best possible conditions for EMCperformance within the constraints imposed by any location always ensurethe maximum separation possible between different items of optimum EMC performance it is recommended wherever equipment and cables connected to it areAt least 3 ft 1mny other equipment transmitting orcarrying radio signals In the case of Single Side Band SSBradiothe distance should be increased to 7 ft 2mMore than 7 ft 2mthe path of a radar beam A radar beamcan normally be assumed to spread 20 degrees above and belowthe radiating elementThe equipment is supplied from a separate battery to that used forengine start Voltage drops below 108 V and starter motor transientscan cause the equipment to reset This will not damage the equipmentbut may cause the loss of some information and may change the operating modeOnly cables must be used Cutting and rejoiningthese cables can compromise EMC Page 5 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM Digital Radome Scanner User Guide Box are dependant on your system package but are either18 4 kW Digital Radome scanner or24 4 kW Digital Radome scannerFixing bolts and washersDenso tools D113642Drill 4 holes 10 mm diameter18 or 24 Radome Mounting Page 6 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PMRR Installation 7Digital Radome scanner dimensions18 Digital Radome scanner24 Digital Radome scanner 813133book Page 7 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PMRR Digital Radome Scanner User Guide Planning the the scanner as high as possible above the waterline for better long range performance but make sure itis above head heightis easily accessibleis as near to the boats centerline as possibleis on a rigid and stable platformis clear of large objects such as the flybridge large engine stacks searchlights horns or mastsis clear of heat and fumesis at least 1 m away from a magnetic compass or other equipment antennaDont put the scanner so high that it is affected by the pitching and rolling of the boat Mount the scanner so that the array rotates parallel to the waterlineThe radar beam is approximately 25wide in the vertical direction giving good target detection when your boat pitches and rolls Planing hull and some displacement hull boats adopt a higher bow angle when the boat is at cruising speed giving poor target detection It may be necessary to lower the radar beam back towards the parallel by shimming the rear of the radar so that the beam points slightly down when the boat is at rest Refer to the diagram on page14 for more or813133book Page 8 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PMRRR Installation 9Cable must consider the following points before installing the system cablesYou need to connect the scanner to the multifunction display unit and power and if appropriate via a SeaTalk switchAll cables should be adequately clamped and protected from physical damage and exposure to heat avoid running cables through bilges or doorways or close to moving or hot objectsAcute bends must be avoided The digital cable for connecting the Digital Radome scanner to a multifunction display and power source has a minimum bend radius of 45mm or diameter of 90mmWhere a cable passes through an exposed bulkhead or deckhead a watertight gland or swan neck tube should be usedAvoid cutting and rejoining cables Scanner cablesRunning the cable to the scannerDO NOT pull the cable through bulkheads using a cord attached to the connector This could damage connectionsThe cable connector is at the rear of the scanner unit If the unit is mounted on a hollow mast the cable may be run inside the mast and connected to the unit Make sure that the cable does not chafe where it enters and exits the mast To minimize electrical interference try to avoid running radar cables near other onboard electrical equipment It is also good practice to avoid running radar cables in parallel with other antenna or power cablesA digital cable illustrated below is required This provides both power and SeaTalk signals to the Digital Radome scanner It is fitted with a SeaTalk plug and power cores for connecting to the scanner Digital cables are available in the following lengthsPart No A55076 5 m cablePart No A55077 10 m cablePart No A55078 15 m cablePart No A55079 25 m cableThe following extension cables are also availablePart No A92141 25 m extension cablePart No A55080 5 m extension cablePart No A55081 10 m extension cableFor boats with 12 V DC power systems the maximum cable length is 25 m including any extensionyou need to run a longer cable length with a 12v supply please contact Raymarine technical support for further adviceNote Do not make your own cables for use with the Digital Radome scanner Only use official Raymarine cables To Digital Radome scannerTo display and Page 9 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PMR Digital Radome Scanner User Guide Power cablesDigital Radome radar systems are intended for use on boats DC power systems operating in the range 12 to 24 V DC The Digital Radome scanners should not be used on nominal 32 V systemsIf you are replacing an existing Analogome scanner with a Digital Radome scanner you must replace the existing cable with a digital cable as described on page9 Power radar is NOT recommended for use on positive ground boats The power cable earth screen must be connected to the boats groundThe boats power system should be eitherNegative grounded with the negative battery terminal connected to the boats ground orFloating with neither battery terminal connected to the boats ground The following diagram shows the cables power and ground power connection to the Digital Radome scanner should be made at either the output of the battery isolator switch or at a DC power distribution panel The power connection must be protected by a thermal circuit breaker or fuse fitted close to the power source The following table r both 18 and 24 Digital RadomesWARNING If there is not a thermal circuit breaker or fuse in your power circuit for example fitted to your DC distribution panelt fit an inline breaker or fuse to the positive redconnection of the power cableGrounding the radar systemIt is important that an effective radio frequency RFound is connected to the radar systemYou must ground the radar by connecting the drain wire screenpower cable to the nearest ground point of your boats RF ground system Full details can be found in the Owners Handbook for your multifunction display unitIf you need to extend the wire the extension wire should be an 8 mm braid AWG 10istrand cableIf your vessel does not have an RF system connect the drain wire to the negative battery terminalUse only this ground connectionRed Battery ve 1224 VBlack Battery ve 0 VTable21 Fuse VIsolator Switch20 AThermal Breaker10 AFuse15 A24 VIsolator Switch15 AThermal Breaker5 AFuse8 A813133book Page 10 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PMR Installation 11Connecting the power and digital cablesThe following must be observedThe threads of the Digital Radome digital cable external connector should be lightly greased with Renolit Aqua 2 Calcium grease if disconnected after the initial connection of the power cable is directly to your boats power distribution panelCare should be taken to ensure a firm connection between the Digital Radomes external connector and the digital cable connectorThe digital cable connection to the Digital Radome scanner must be handtightened onlyThe following diagrams show the various configurations in which the Digital Radome scanner may be connected to your multifunction displayDigital Radome connected directly to CSeries displayNote you must use a SeaTalk Crossover Coupler for direct Page 11 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PMR Digital Radome Scanner User Guide Digital Radome connected to networked Page 12 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PMR Installation 13Digital Radome connected to GSeries Page 13 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PMR Digital Radome Scanner User Guide Preparing the mounting holes template to mounting platform diameter hole in 4 positionsrill 418 or 24 Radome Mounting Page 14 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PMwcRR Installation 15Securing the scanner to the mounting platformNote The M8 bolts that secure the Digital Radome scanner to the mounting platform require a torque of 20Nm Denso Paste to lightly coat the mounting boltsTo prevent damage to the base of the Digital Radome scanner you must not insert more than 25mm 1 inchh bolt in to the base of the scanner as shown in the following diagramSetting up the scannerBefore you go to seaIt is important to check the installation before you go to sea This involves aligning the scanner and checking the system timing using your multifunction displayThese checks are described in the following sectionsEMC conformance checkAlways check the installation before going to sea to make sure that it is not affected by radio transmissions engine starting Page 15 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PMRR Digital Radome Scanner User Guide System checksSystem checkBefore performing any functional tests make sureAll securing bolts are fully tightened and mechanical locking washers as specified are in placeAll connections have been madeAll connecting wires are secured and protected as necessaryIf you have installed the radar yourself ask your local Raymarine authorized installation dealer to check the up alignment and timing checksSwitch on and initial set up1Press and hold the POWER key of your multifunction display unit until the unit beeps The magnetron warmup sequence should start after which the unit should enter standby mode2Power on the Digital Radome scanner using the relevant softkey on your multifunction display3If necessary adjust the brightness on your multifunction display unit4If necessary change the default language checkEnsure that all personnel are clear of the scanner and switch to transmit mode Run through the radar operations as described in the relevant multifunction display units Owners Handbook and check that all the expected data is alignmentWith the system correctly installed check the bearing alignment to ensure that targets appear at their correct bearing relative to the boats bow Adjust the alignment as timing adjustmentIt is advisable to check the display timing before using the system for navigation For instructions on how to do this refer to the installation guide for your multifunction Page 16 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM Maintenance and 17Maintenance and System powerAlways turn the radar system OFF before carrying out any routine maintenance on the scanner or nearby NOT remove the rear cover of the multifunction display or the external cover of the Digital Radome scanner There are no user serviceable parts or adjustments DO NOT attempt to service the is limited to the following periodical checksExamine the cables for signs of damage such as chafing nicks and cuts If the connector is showing signs of corrosion lightly grease the threads of the connector with Renolit Aqua 2 Calcium greaseCheck that the cable connectors are firmly attachedMake sure the scanner is still securely attached to the mounting surfaceOnce a year remove grease and reattach the mounting bolts securing the following table will help you identify the most likely cause of a problem and the corrective action required to restore normal operation causes and solutionNo Data or No Scanner message1 Check that the cable connecting the Digital Radome scanner to the multifunction display unit is firmly attached and undamaged2 Check relevant scanner fuses and breakers3 Check that the power source is of the correct voltage and sufficient current4 Software mismatch between equipment may prevent communication Contact Raymarine technical supportIf using a SeaTalk Switch5 Check that all radar scanners are correctly connected to the SeaTalkswitch6 Check the status of the SeaTalkswitch7 Check that SeaTalk cables are free from damageThe bearing displayed on the multifunction display is not the same as the actual bearingPerform the bearing alignment procedure described in the installation guide for the relevant multifunction display unit813133book Page 17 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM Digital Radome Scanner User GuideIf you still have a problem after referring to this table contact your local dealer national distributor or Raymarine technical support for further adviceAlways quote the product serial number The multifunction display unit serial number can be found on the back of the unit the scanner serial number can be found on the back of the scanner near the Page 18 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM Maintenance and 19Technical provides a comprehensive customer support service on the world wide web through our worldwide dealer network and by telephone help line If you are unable to resolve a problem please use any of these facilities to obtain additional helpWeb supportPlease visit the customer support area of our website contains Frequently Asked Questions servicing information email access to the Raymarine Technical Support Department and details of worldwide Raymarine agentsIn the USA call1 603 881 5200 extension 2444In the UK Europe the Middle East or Far East call44 01 4713Product informationIf you require technical support please have the following information to handProduct nameProduct identitySerial numberSoftware application versionYou can obtain this product information using the menus within your Page 19 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM Digital Radome Scanner User Page 20 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM 21Appendix A Technical specification RD418D 18Digital Radome scanner unit conforms toFCC conforms toIndustry Canada conforms to19995EC47CFR Part 2 and Part x 247 mm 205 x 97 inWeight95 kg 21 lbsInput Voltage 12 24 V DC from multifunction display unitPower Consumption40 W 20 W to IPX 6Temperature range10 to 55CHumidity limitup to 95 at 35C Maximum wind speed for satisfactory operation 100 Kts Maximum Range Scale48 Nautical miles Nm Frequency9405 25 MHzPeak Power Output40 kW modulator driving MagnetronRange NmExpanded Range NmPulse Width nsPRF kHz0125 025NA75 10ns30 050 0750125 025100 10ns30NA05 075150 10ns3015NA250 530315350 520NA30450 515NANA600 513606010 5740 HzStandby Modemagnetron heater and control left on all other services Page 21 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM Digital Radome Scanner User TypePatch arrayBeam Width nominal49 horizontal 25 Rate24 rpm Frequency60 MHz Noise FigureLess than 5 dB including Low Noise IF Receiver MHz813133book Page 22 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM 23RD424D 24Digital Radome scanner unit conforms toFCC conforms toIndustry Canada conforms to19995EC47CFR Part 2 and Part x 247 mm 2567 x 97 inWeight100 kg 22 lbsInput Voltage 12 24 V DC from multifunction display unitPower Consumption40 W 20 W to IPX 6Temperature range10 to 55CHumidity limitup to 95 at 35C Maximum wind speed for satisfactory operation 100 Kts Maximum Range Scale48 Nautical miles Nm Frequency9405 25 MHzPeak Power Output40 kW modulator driving MagnetronRange NmExpanded Range NmPulse Width nsPRF kHz0125 025NA75 10ns30 050 0750125 025100 10ns30NA05 075150 10ns3015NA250 530315350 520NA30450 515NANA600 513606010 5740 HzStandby Modemagnetron heater and control left on all other services Page 23 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PM Digital Radome Scanner User TypePatch arrayBeam Width nominal39 horizontal 25 Rate24 rpm Frequency60 MHz Noise FigureLess than 5 dB including Low Noise IF Receiver MHz813133book Page 24 Tuesday February 24 2009 504 PMPvOxsgp 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