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OPERATION&INSTALLATIONMANUAL
IME300BNWAS
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INTERMARINEELECTRONICSS.A.
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DANGER:HIGHVOLTAGE!
RISKOFELECTRICALSHOCK!
IME302unithasahighvoltagesourceinside.
Disconnectfromthepowerbeforeremovingprotectivecovers.
DONOTremovethecoverswhiletheunitisswitchedon.
12VoltDCelectricalpoweronexternalunits.



IMPORTANT
Nouserserviceablepartsinside,servicingonlybyproperly
qualifiedandcertifiedtechnicalstaff


NOTICE
Compasssafedistanceis1meter.


NOTICE
Thismanualisforinformationaluseonly,andmaybechangedwithoutnotice.Thismanual
shouldnotbeconstruedasacommitmentofINTERMARINEELECTRONICS(GR)S.A.Underno
circumstancesdoesINTERMARINEELECTRONICS(GR)S.A.assumeanyresponsibilityor
liabilityforanyerrorsorinaccuraciesthatmayappearinthisdocument.Theequipment
shouldonlybeusedforthepurposesintendedbythemanufacturer;anydeviationfromthis
willvoidthewarrantyoftheproduct.










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CONTENTS

1. GeneralDescription
2. GettingStarted
2.1 ControlPanel.5
2.2 Display6
2.2.1 GPSClockData..6
2.2.2 TimeLine.7
2.2.3 BNWASStatus7
2.2.4 AuthorizationofAccessLevels7
2.2.5 FailureAlerts7
2.2.6 PowerIndication..7
2.2.7 OperationMode.8
3. HowtoUse
3.1 TurningOnandOff..8
3.2 EmergencyCall8
4. Operation
4.1 BNWASAccessLevels.8
4.2 UserLevel...........8
4.3 MasterAccessLevel(ExtraModesDisabled)...9
4.3.1 OperatingMode...9
4.3.2 ManualOff...9
4.3.3 ManualOn....9
4.3.4 Automatic....9
4.4 MasterAccessLevel(ExtraModesEnabled)....10
4.4.1 OffCourseAlarm..10
4.4.2 Anchorage..........10
4.5 InstallerAccessLevel..10
5. Troubleshooting11
6. INSTALLATION
7. PackageList12
8. SystemMountingandCabling
8.1 WheretoMounttheBNWASUnits..13
8.1.1 InsidetheBridge.13
8.1.2 ExtraModesConnections14
8.1.3 OfficersDeck(Stage2)..14
8.1.4 CrewPublicAreas(Stage3Optional).15
8.2 CablesandConnections15
8.2.1 FaultOut15
8.2.2 Emerg.In15
8.2.3 ATPIN.15
8.2.4 DOORSW..15
8.2.5 VDR15
8.2.6 GPS15
8.2.7 ACIN.16
8.2.8 BAT16
8.2.9 BRIDGEAUDIOALERT.16
8.2.10 PIRSENSOR..16
8.2.11 BRIDGEVISUALALERT.16
8.2.12 SELECTORSTAGE2.16

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8.2.13BRIDGERESET...16
8.2.14ALERTPANELSSTAGES2AND3.16
8.2.15CONTROLPANEL.16
9.
SystemInterconnection
9.1 Procedure....17
9.2 SystemBlockDiagram(WithoutSelectorSwitch)...18
9.3 SystemBlockDiagram(WithSelectorSwitch)...19
9.4 SystemExternalConnectionsWiringDiagram(M.E.U.)..20
9.5 SystemWiringDiagram(WithoutSelectorSwitch)....21
9.6 SystemWiringDiagram(WithSelectorSwitch)..24
10.CommissionandConfigurationofIME300
10.1ADD/REMOVEKEYS.26
10.2EXTRAALARMS.26
10.3BNWASOFFEMERGENCY.26
10.4OFFCOURSEALARM....26
10.5ANCHORED..26
10.6INPORTSECURITYMODE......................26
10.7S2>S3DELAY...27
10.8STAGE3..27
10.9NMEA1BPSRATE.27
10.10NMEA2BPSRATE...27
10.11BUZZERON/OFFTIMES.....27
10.12BUZZER2ON/OFFTIMES..27
10.13STAGE1VOLUMELEVEL....27
10.14BNWASID....27
10.15RESTOREOEM....27
10.16TESTMODE...27
















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1.

2.

GENERALDESCRIPTION.

ThepurposeofBNWASistoimprovethesafetyofnavigation.WhentheBNWASisactivetheOfficerOn
Watch(OOW)isobligedtoresetthesystemregularlyotherwiseanalarmwillbeactivatedassoonas
thepreselecteddormantperiod(Td)willbeexpired.WhenevertheOOWwillnotresettheBNWASin
time,thenthefollowingalarmsequenceswilltakeplace.

x
VISUALALARM:Attheendofdormantperiod,theflashbeaconinstalledontheBridgewillstart
flashing.

x
STAGE1:Ifnotreset,theBNWASwilladditionallysoundafirststageaudiblealarmonthebridge
15secondsafterthevisualflashbeaconisinitiated.

x
STAGE2:ifnotresetthentheBNWASwilladditionallyaSECONDSTAGEremoteaudiblealarm
willbetriggeredinthebackupofficersandmasterlocationafter15seconds.

x
STAGE3:Ifnotreset,theBNWASwilladditionallysoundathirdstageremoteaudibleinthecrew
publicarea.



GETTINGSTARTED

2.1
CONTROLPANEL
ThecontrolpanelofIME300isthebrainofBNWASsystem.Alloperations,settingsand
configurationaredonefromthecontrolpanel.Followingareadetailedexplanationoffig1.




Fig.1






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No
1

KEYNAME
LCDLED

2

MEULED

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

AUX1LED
AUX2LED
FAULT
KEYLOCK
MENU
UP
DOWN
ENTER
RESETBUTTON
EMERGENCYCALL
BUTTON
DISPLAY

13


Description
LEDflashingShowsControlPanelnormal
operationandcommunicationwithMEU
LEDflashingShowsMEUnormaloperation
andcommunicationwithControlpanel.
OptionalLEDforfutureuse
OptionalLEDforfutureuse
FailureintheBNWASindicationLED
Electronickeyfor/masteraccesslevels
Menuselection
Selectbetweensubmenus/function
Selectbetweensubmenus/function
Savechangesorscrollmenutotheleft
ResettheDormantperiod&alarms
Pushandholdbuttonfor3secondstoactivate
anemergencycall
Displaysallinformationandstatus

2.2 DISPLAY


Fig.2
2.2.1 GPSCLOCKDATA(14)
DisplaysdateandtimewhenthesystemisconnectedtoshipsGPS.Whenever
connectionwithGPSislostoraGPSmalfunctiontakeplacethenaflashingmessageNO
GPSCLOCKDATAandTRUECLOCKandDATEappearsinthedisplay.




2.2.2 TIMELINE(15)
DisplaysthecountdownbaroftheremainingDormantperiod(TD).Intherightpartof
thetimebarthepreselecteddormantperiodisdisplayed.



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2.2.3 BNWASSTATUS(16)
WhenevertheBNWASisONthefollowinginformationsaredisplayed:
:

NORMAL:BNWASisONinnormaloperationandacountdowntimeis
commencing
VISUAL:TheDormantperiodhasexpiredandthevisualalert(flashing
beacon)isactivatedthuswarningtheOOWtoresettheBNWAS..
STAGE1:AnAudioalarmhasbeeninitiatedinthebridge.
STAGE2:AnAudioalarmhasbeeninitiatedintheofficerscabins.
STAGE3:AnAudioalarmhasbeeninitiatedincrewpublicplaces..


2.2.4 AUTHORIZATIONOFACCESSLEVELS(20)
DisplaysthefollowingauthorizedaccesslevelsofBNWAS.

USER:Lowaccesslevel.Userhascontrolonlytocontrast&Brightnessofthe
display.(IfOfCourseAlarmisenabledduringtheinstallation,thenthe
OOWwillbeabletosetthedeviationindegrees.
MAST:Masteraccesslevel
INST:Installerfullaccesslevel


2.2.5 FAILUREALERTS(19)
ThereisaBuiltInTestEquipment(B.I.T.E.)intheIME300whichautomatically
monitoringthehealthofthesystemandproducethefollowingmessagesincaseof
malfunctions:

KEY:IsdisplayedintheleftboxwhenevertheconnectionbetweenMEU,
andRemoteAlarmPanelsorResetPanelsislostandwhenthepushbuttonofthe
resetpanelsareshortedformorethan9seconds.

CAN:isdisplayedwhenevercommunicationbetweenMEUandControlpanelis
lost.

BUZ:Isdisplayedwheneverbuzzers(alertpanels)aredisconnected.

TAMPER:Isdisplayedintherightalertboxwheneveranattempttoopenthe
MEUorControlunitorPIRtookplace.


2.2.6 POWERINDICATION(18)

AC:isdisplayedalwayswhenBNWASissuppliedbyshipsmainpowerof
95260VAC.

BAT:isdisplayedwhenevershipsmainpowerislost:FurthertoBATmessage
theinternalrechargeablebatteryvoltageisdisplayed.


2.2.7 OPERATIONMODE(17)
[M]Meansmodeofoperation.Therearethreemodesofoperationasfollows.

MANUAL:IsdisplayedwhenMANUALONispreselectedbymaster.


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AUTO:IsdisplayedwhenAUTOMATICONMODEispreselectedbymaster.

OFF:BNWASisOFF

[S]MeansthestatusoftheBNWASsystem.Therearetwostatusasfollows.

ACTIVE:BNWASisONandthedormantcountdownperiodiscommencing.

INACTIVE:BNWASfunctionsareOFF





3.

HOWTOUSE

3.1 TURNINGONANDOFF


4.

TheBNWASsystemissuppliedfromshipsmainACpoweraswellasfromthe
internalrechargeablebattery..ThereforeitisALWAYSinSTANDBYmodeevenwhen
BNWASisOFF.

3.2EMERGENCYCALL

WhenevertheEMERFENCYCALLbuttonispusheddownformorethan3secondsa
nd
rd
2 &3 stagealarmwillbeactivated.
TocanceltheemergencycallalarmpresstheRESETbuttonatanytime..



OPERATION


4.1 BNWASACCESSLEVELS

TherearethreeLEVELSofACCESSasfollows.

4.2 USERLEVEL
Alimitedlevelofaccess,whereUSERsareabletoadjusttheBACKLITandCONTRASToftheLCD
display.

PresstheUPkeytoscrollandselectthebacklitlevels.

PresstheDOWNkeytoscrollandselectCONTRASTlevels.

SelectAUTOMATICforautomaticdimingcontrol.
Forinformationsrelatedtotheconfigurationandsettingsofthesystem,Pushandholddown
theMENUkey.
Notice:WhentheoptionalOfCourseAlarmisenabledduringtheinstallationthenUSER
willbeabletoadjustthedegreesofdeviation.


4.3 MASTERACCESSLEVEL(ExtraModesDisabled)

FurthertotheUSERMENUthemasterhaveaccesstoMASTERLEVELMENUof

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CONFIGURATIONwhenusingoneofthesuppliedelectronickeys.Attachtheelectronic
keyinthekeyholderandturnituntilyouhearabeep.Whendoneproperlythemessage
MAST(master)isdisplayedintheaccesslevelbox(20)thusconfirmingthatthe
masterslevelmenuisenabled.

4.3.1OPERATINGMODE
Therearethreeoperationmodesavailableforselectionbymasterasfollows:
ManualOff:BNWASisOFF(inactive).
ManualOn:BNWASisON(active).Thecountdownprocessofthedormantperiodis
commencingandtheOOWhavetoresetthesystembeforethedormantperiodwillbe
expired..
Automatic:ItissimilartotheMANUALON,howeverthesystemisremainingin
STANDBYmodewaitingtoreceiveanexternaltriggerfromGPSorautopilotto
becomeON(active).



AsageneralruleofnavigationthroughouttheMENUS,pressingmomentarilytheMENU
keyscrollstheMENUtotheforwarddirectionandpressingmomentarilytheENTERkey
scrollstheMENUtothebackwarddirection.SameappliestotheUPandDOWNarrow
keys,UPforupwardsandDOWNforDAWNWARDS


Toselectoneoftheabovemodesproceedasfollows:
ManualOff:PressMENU,thenbyusingtheUPorDOWNarrowkeys
selectManualOffandpressENTER.

ManualOn:PressMENUthenbyusingtheUPorDOWNarrowkeysselect
ManualOn.

PressMENU,thenbyusingtheUPorDOWNarrowskeyselect
thedormanttimeperiodinminutes.

PressMENUthenbyusingtheUPorDOWNarrowkeysselect
whetherPIRwillbeEnabledorDisabled.Whendoneafter25seconds
systemwillreturnautomaticallytotheUSERMENU.
AlsoYoucanusetheelectronickeytoreturnintheUSERMENUat
once.

Automatic:PressMENU,thenbyusingtheUPorDOWNarrowkeysselect
Automatic

PressMENU,thenbyusingtheUPorDOWNarrowkeyselect
thedormanttimeinminutes.

PressMENUthenbyusingtheUPorDOWNarrowkeysselect
whetherPIRwillbeEnabledorDisabled.Whendoneafter25seconds
systemwillreturnautomaticallytotheUSERMENU.
AlsoYoucanusetheelectronickeytoreturnintheUSERMENUat
once.






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4.4 MASTERLEVEL(WhenExtraModesEnabledduringtheinstallation)

Therearethreeextramodesofoperation(OfCourseAlarm,AnchoragemonitoringandInPort
Security)whichimprovesthesafetyofnavigationaswellasshipssecurity.

4.4.1 OFFCOURSEALARM

PressrepeatedlyMENUbuttonuntiltheOFCOURSEALARM
Messageappearsonthescreen.
x
PressUPorDOWNkeystosetthedeviationindegrees(135).
x
Select0(zero)tosetOFFtheofcoursealarm..
SameprocedureisvalidtotheUSERtoo.


4.4.2 ANCHORAGE

WINDLIMIT&WINDDIRECTION

x
PressrepeatedlyMENUbuttonuntilOPERATIONMODEappearsonthe
screen.
x
PressUPorDOWNkeysuntilANCHORAGEmessageappearsonthescreen.
x
PressMENUkey
x
PressUPorDOWNkeystosetthewindspeedfrom5to95knots,or
selectwindspeedOFFtodisablethewindspeedalarm..
x
PressMENU
x
PressUPkeytosetthestartingpointofwinddirectionindegreesand
presstheDOWNKeytosettheendpointofthesectionindegrees.Set
bothpointstozero0todisablethewindspeedalarm.


4.4.3Onceyouhaveenabledthisfeature,automaticallythesystemgivesyou

coundowntime(from10upto90secondsselectable)untilisisARMED.
TheBNWAStheninspectstheBridgeeitherbemagneticcontantsinstalledatalldoorsand/or
bythePIRdetectors.
OncethesystemisengagedduringINPORTSECURITYMODEitcanonlyberessetbythe
holderogthekey.




4.5 INSTALLERLEVEL

TheinstallerlevelMENUandconfigurationsaredescribedindetailsintheinstallationsection
manualofIME300BNWAS.










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5.

TROUBLESHOOTING


FLASHINGBETWEENTIME
ANDDATE&NOGPSCLOCK
DATA

BNWAShaslosttheNMEAdatafromGPS..

AconnectionbetweenMEU,andRemote
AlarmPanelorResetPanelislostorareset
buttonisshortedoutformorethan9
seconds.

Checkforcablescutorshort
circuitintheresetbuttons.

Theconnectionorcommunicationbetween
theCONTROLPANELandtheMEUhasbeen
lost.

OpenthedoorofMEUand
pushresetbuttonmarket
(PGMRST)locatedinthe
centreofmainPCB.Ifproblem
continuethencheckcables
connectingtheMEUandthe
CONTROLPANEL

BUZ

Problemwithalertpanels.

IntheMEUcheckstage2&3
removableplugsforfirmly
sittingintheposition.

KEY

CAN


CheckcablesfromBNWASto
GPS.
CheckifGPSisworking
properly.

OrtheLCD&MEULEDSin
thecontrolpanelareOFF

Checkforcableinterruption
betweenBNWASandAlert
panels.Checkbuzzers
connectioninsideofalert
panels.


BAT



e.g.BAT13.5V

ShipsmainACpowersupplytoBNWASis
lost.



AC/BATO.OV

TheshipsACmainpowerisOKbutthereisa
batteryproblemintheMEU.

Batteryisdefectiveor
disconnectedandshouldbe
replaced.

Thoseunitsaretamper
protectedbymicroswitches

TAMPER

ThedoorofMEU,orthecaseofcontrolunit,
orthecoverofthePIRsareopened.

IntheMEUCheckforships
mainvoltageattheinput
terminal.IfOKthencheckif
theGreenLEDofthepower
supplyislit.IfLEDisnotlit
thenthepowersupplyis
defectiveorthereisashort
circuitintheBNWASmain
boardthatrequiresaservice
technician.

Checkandcloseproperlythe
doorandthecoversofthose
units.

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6.INSTALATIONINSTRUCTIONSOFBNWAS


7.PackageList



IME300packageconsistsofthefollowingitems:

PIECES
DESCRIPTION
1x
ControlPanelIME301
MainElectronicUnitIME302
1x
Integradedwith

BatteryPack
1x
PowerSupplyUnit
1x
1x
ResetPanelIME303
5x
RemoteAlertPanelIME304
2x
LEDBeaconIME307


Optionaldevices:
PIECES
DESCRIPTION
1x
SelectorSwitchIME309
1x
JunctionBoxIME308
3x
PIRDetectorsIME306



PARTNO
S.601.IME.01
S.601.IME.02

AS.600.IME.021
AS.600.IME.020
S.601.IME.03
S.601.IME.04
S.601.IME.07

PARTNO
S.601.IME.09
S.601.IME.08
S.601.IME.06

NOTE:Therequirednumberofunitscanvaryaccordingtothedemandsofeach
installation.





















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8.SystemMountingandCabling.

TheinstallationofIME300BNWASsystemisveryeasy.Howevertosimplifytheinstallation
andavoidrunninglongcables,itisveryimperativetolocatethebestplaceswherethe
BNWASunitswillbemounted.Followingaresomemountinginstructions.

MainElectronicUnit,(MEU).AllcablesareterminatedintheMEU.Thereforetrytofinda
mountingplaceinthebridgewherewillbeeasytorunthecablestovariousrequiredplaces
likeofficersdeck,crewpublicplacesetc.

ControlUnit:ShouldbemountedinaplacewhereitisvisibleandaccessiblebytheofficerOf
Watch(OOW)inthelookoutarea.Therearetwomountingversionofthecontrolunit,Table
toporconsolemounting.Usetheoptionaladapterkitforconsolemounting.

Cables:TheIME300doesnotrequirespecialcablesfortheinstallationashavebeenwell
protectedagainsthighimmunitytointerferenceandEMC.Howeverwestronglysuggestto
usemarineapprovedscreenedcablesthoserequiredbyregulations,inorderavoid
problemsduringinspectionfromshipsclassifications.
Therequiredcablesforinstallationareasfollows:
a) FromMEUtoControlPanel6x0.5,screenedwithmax.outerdiameter10mm
b) FromMEUtoallotherUnits6x0.5,screenedwithmax.outerdiameter10mm.


7.1WhereToMounttheBNWASUnits:Someshipsclassificationsandflagshaveaspecific
requirementsrelatedtothefittingoftheBNWASunits,particularlytotheinstallationofPIRS
whichrequiresaspecialattention.Westronglysuggestingyoutocontactwiththeminorder
toclarifyifthereareextrarequirementforyourparticularvessel.


8.1.1 INSIDEBRIDGE(STAGE1):

TheSTAGE1audiobridgealarmisbuiltintheMEU.Thereforeyoudonthaveto
installaremotealertpanelIME304inthebridgearea.Alsoaresetbuttonis
builtinthecontrolpanel.ThereforeinstallingaresetunitIME303inthebridgeis
considereda2ndresetpanel.



x MainElectronicUnit:IME3021pc

x ControlPanel:IME3011pcShouldbefittedinaplaceaccessibletothe
OOWatthelookoutareaclosetoconningposition.

x RESETPANEL:IME303.Installtheresetpaneltoaplaceaccessibletothe
OOWinthelookoutareaandawayfromthecontrolpanelandcloseto
workstationfornavigatingandmaneuvering.

x BRIDGEWINGSRESETPANEL:IME303.Installtheresetpanelsinthebridge
wingsiftheydefinedasworkstation,i.e.toobserveallrelevantexternaland
internalinformationandcontrolthemaneuveringoftheship.


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LEDBEACONS:IME307.Mounttheflashbeacontoaplacewherewillbe
visibletotheOOWaswellasfrombridgewings.MaybetwoFlashbeacons
arerequiredtocoverthebridgeandwingsarea.

PIRDETECTORS:ThePIRsareanoptionalautomaticresetdevicesthatrelief
thestresstotheOOW,particularlyincriticalnavigationareas.Nevertheless
mountingthePIRSrequiresaspecialattentionandaverycarefulstudyof
thecoveragearea,otherwisewillnotbeacceptedbyshipsclassifications.
Incaseswhereyoufacingdifficultiestocovertheproperlookoutareathen
trymountingthePIRsintheceiling.PIRsshouldbemountedandadjustedin
suchawaythatwillmeetthefollowingrequirements:
a) Onlythelookoutareawillbecovered.
b) Thesensors(PIR)willcoveronlytheareaofthebridgeforwardtoany
bridgecurtains.
c) AnymovingofbridgecurtainswillnotresettheBNWAS.
d) Thecoverageareawillnotincludebridgechairs,unlessthechairis
integraltotheprimaryconingposition,suchasinacockpitstyle
operationposition.
e) AnymovingofbridgecurtainswillnotresettheBNWAS.



8.1.2EXTRAMODECONNECTIONS:ForproperoperationofextramodestheBNWAShastobe
connectedwithothernavigationequipmentsasfollows:
a) OfCourseAlarm:ShouldbeconnectedtoGPS,orGyro,ormagnetic,orFluxgate
compasses.ThecoursedeviationwilldependontheNMEAheadinginformationreceivedfrom
oneoftheaboveequipmentinwhichtheBNWASisconnected.
b) Anchorage:ShouldbeconnectedtoanAnemometerthatprovidesNMEAoutputsrelatedto
Windspeedanddirection
c) InPortSecurity:PIRSautomaticallyareEnabledinordertodetectanymovementofan
unauthorizedpersoninthebridgearea.ConnecttheBNWAStoanybridgedoorswitches
(preferablymagneticswitches)thusactivateanalarmwhenthosedoorsareopened..


8.1.3OFFICERSDECK(STAGE2):

x REMOTEALERTPANELS:IME304.Dependingontheavailablequantities
installatleastthreeoftheminthecaptainsandofficerscabins.

x OFFICERSALARMSELECTORSWITCH:IME309isanoptionalunitand
preferablyshouldbefittedinthecaptainsoffice.AlternativetheIME309
canbefittedinthebridge,howeverinthatcaseseparatecablesfromBridge
toeachofficercabinsarerequired.

NOTICE:AllALERTPANELSfittedinthisstage2ndareconnectedin
sequentialorder(Daisychain)asdescribedintheblockdiagram(fig.1)


8.1.4CREWPUBLICAREAS(STAGE3optional)

x REMOTEALERTPANELS:IME304.Dependingonthequantitiesavailable,at
leasttwoofthemshouldbeinstalledintheinthecrewpublicareas.

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NOTICE:AllALERTPANELSfittedinthisstage3rdareconnectedin
sequentialorder(Daisychain)asdescribedintheblockdiagram(fig.1)



8.2CABLES&CONNECTIONS

Forcablingdetailsrefertothebelowblockdiagramsfigure3,4,&5Thedifferencebetween
figure1and2istheOfficersselectorswitchseenotice#12.TheIME300hasmany
capabilitiesforinterfaceandcommunicatewithotherequipments.Thefollowingnotices
statedinfigures3&4provideinformationsandconnectiondetails.

8.2.(#1).FAULTOUT:ThereisarelayintheMEUwhichisactivatedwhenBNWASbecame
faulty.Twooutputsareprovided,onewithNormalcloseandtheotherwithanormalopen
contact.YoucanconnectthereanextravisualoraudiodevicetowarningtheOOWthat
thereisaFaultintheBNWAS.Thosewarningdevicesdoesnotrequiredbytheregulations,
thereforedisregardthemifyoudontwanttoinstall.

8.2(#2.)EMERGIN:(Referfigure5).Whenconnectedtotheotherequipmentsordevicesa
BNWASalarmwillbeactivatedwheneveraNormalclosecontactoravoltagebetween12
to24VDCaredetectedatthisemergencyinput.RefertoFigure5notice#1forN/O
(normalopen)contactandnotice#4forconnectiontoasignalvoltageof12to24VDC.
WhenaN/OdeviceisconnectedthenensurethatthejumperJMP1nexttotheEMGIN+
terminalisON.

8.2.(#3).ATPIN(AUTOPILOT):(Refertofigure5).Thisinputshouldbeconnectedtothe
autopilotinordertotriggertheAutomaticmode.TheIME300providethreewaysfor
interfacingwithautopilotasfollows:
a)NMEA,IftheautopilotprovidesanNMEAoutputwhenengagedthenconnectthat
outputtotheNMEA2inputterminal(RX+&RX)ontheMainelectronicunit(MEU)and
selecttheproperbaudrate(refertoparagraph9.9.
b)DRYCONTACT,NormalopenN/O.ConnectthosecontactstotheATPINterminalinthe
MEUat+12&ATP+.
C)SIGNAL(12to24VDC).Ifautopilotwhenengagedprovidesasignaloutputbetween12to
24VDCthenconnectthatsignaloutputatATP+&ATPrespectively(refertofig.5).
TheATPinputoftheMEUisoptoisolatedprotected.

8.2.(#4)DOORSW:(Refertofigure5).TheextrafunctionINPORTSECURITYissimilarto
antithiefalarm.FurthertothePIRswhichwillbeenabledautomaticallywheneverinport
securityisselected,youcanfitinthebridgedoorsmagneticswitchesthusmonitoringthe
openingofthosedoors.RrefertoFigure5notice#3forhowtoconnectthosedoorswitches
.InthiscaseN/O(normalopen)meansthatthecontactsisOPENwhenthedoorisOPEN.

8.2.(#5)VDR:ThisisanoptoisolatedNMEAoutputtoVDR/SVDR.Connectthisoutputto
theNMEAinputoftheVDR/SVDRandtakecareoftheconnectionpolarity.Almostof
VDR/SVDRhaveanNMEAbaudrateof38400bps.Thereforeduringtheconfigurationofthe
systemensurethatyouhavesetthecorrectbaudraterelatedtotheshipsVDR/SVDR.
accordingtoRes.A1021(26)thesecondandthirdstageaudiblealarmisclassifiedasanalarm.
Onshipskeellaidonorafter20100118theBNWASshouldbeconnectedtotheVDR.

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WestronglysuggestthatduringtheinstallationalwaysrunacablefromMEUtoVDR/SVDR
thusbeenreadytocomplywithanyfuturerequirement.

8.2.(#6)GPS:WestronglysuggestingyoutoconnectthisinputtotheshipsGPSthus
obtainingveryusefulinformationsandincreasingthecapabilitiesofIME300.TheBNWAS
willobtainrealtimeanddatefromGPSanddisplaytheminthecontrolunitandmost
importanttheBNWASwillmonitorthehealthofGPSgivinganalarminthecontrolunit
wheneverGPSbecomefaulty.TakecareoftheNMEApolarityandbaudratewhen
connected.

8.2.(#7)ACIN:AccordingtheregulationsIME300hastobeconnectedonlytotheshipsAC
maininput.TheinputoftheIME300powersupplyisuniversal,thereforeconnectittoany
shipsvoltagebetween90to240VAC.Dontforgettoconnectthegroundnexttothetothe
ACInterminal.

8.2.(#8)BAT:ForsafetyreasonstheIME300isshippedwiththerechargeablebattery
disconnected.Thereforeuponcompletionoftheinstallationconnectthebatterywiretothe
mainPCBterminal+RED,BLACK.

8.2.(#9)BRIDGEAUDIOALERT:IsfittedandwiredinsideoftheMEUandnofurther
connectionarerequired.

8.2.(#10).PIRSENSOR:WhenmorethanonePIRisfittedthenconnecttheminparallelwith
exemptionofthetamperlineswhichshouldbeconnectedinseries.

8.2.(#11).BRIDGEVISUALALERT:Whenmorethanonevisualalertflashbeaconisfitted
connecttheminparallel.

8.2.(#12)SELECTORSTAGE2:WhentheoptionalSELECTORswitchisfittedthenthemaster
willhavethecapabilitytochosewhichalertpanelsintheofficerscabinswillbeactivated.
Theselectorswitchfittedonstage2(officersdeck)requiresseparatecablesforconnectionto
thealertpanels.

8.2.(#13)BRIDGERESET:Nocomments

8.2.(#14)ALERTPANELSSTAGES2&3:Allalertpanelsareconnectedinadaisychainfor
easeofinstallation.WhenconnectingthemensurethattheINcomingcableshouldbe
connectedtotheINPUTterminalandoutboundcableshouldbeconnectedtotheOUT
terminal.

8.2(.#15)Controlpanel:TheconnectionBetweenMEUandcontrolrequirean6x0.5cable.
Thereforerunthepropercabletoconnectthemandfollowthecorecolorofthecablesfor
properconnection.




9.SYSTEMINTERCONECTION
Oncethemountingoftheunitsandcablinghasfinishedthenrefertothefigures3&4for
properconnectionofthecablestotheremovableplugs.Thecoresofallcablesarecolored
thusmakesveryeasyforyoutoconnectthemproperly.

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NOTICE:ThescreensleevesofeachcableshouldbeconnectedonlytoMEU

TerminalslabeledSHD.

Agoodgroundarrangementshouldbeprovidedtothegroundstubinthebottom
LeftpartoutsideofMEU

9.1 Procedure
WheninstallingtheIME300BNWASmakessureyouhavefollowtheguidealongwith
Theblockandwiringdiagrams









































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9.2SystemBlockDiagram(WithoutSelectorSwitch)

Fig.3
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9.3SystemBlockDiagram(WithSelectorSwitch)

Fig.4

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9.4SystemExternalConnectionsWiringDiagram(M.E.U.)




Fig.5







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9.5SystemWiringDiagram(withoutselectorswitch) 

Fig.6
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 IME300BNWASCONNECTIONS
WIRINGCONNECTIONS

MEU306PIR
PINOUT

COLOUR

PIRPINOUTTERMINAL

DESCRIPTION

+V

PINK

+12V

VOLTAGE

GND

LIGHTGREEN

GND

GROUND

PIRN/O

BROWN

ALARM

NORMALOPEN/CLOSECONTACT

GND

YELLOW

ALARM/TAMPER*SHORTCIRCUIT

GROUND

TMP

LIGHTBLUE

TAMPER

TAMPER

MEUIME303RESET
PINOUT

COLOUR

IME303TERMINAL
PINOUT

DESCRIPTION

+V

PINK

+12V

VOLTAGE

RST

LIGHTGREEN

RST

RESET

FLS

LIGHTBLUE

ALR

ALARM

BZR

BROWN

BZR

BUZZER

GND

YELLOW

GND

GROUND

MEUIME307
FLASHPINOUT

COLOUR

FLASHTERMINALPINOUT

DESCRIPTION

V

RED

+12V

VOLTAGE

FLS

GREY

GND

GROUND




BUZZERTERMINALPINOUT
BZR

PURPLE

+

VOLTAGE

GND

BLACK

GROUND

MEUIME304
ALERTPINOUT

COLOUR

IME304TERMINAL
PINOUT

DESCRIPTION

+V

PINK

+12V

VOLTAGE

LP

LIGHTGREEN

RST

RETURNLOOP

FLS

LIGHTBLUE

ALR

ALARM

BZR

BROWN

BZR

BUZZER

GND

YELLOW

GND

GROUND

MEUIME
NMEA1&2

COLOUR

NMEADEVICESTERMINALS

DESCRIPTION

SHD

SHIELD

TX+

DARKGREEN

TONMEAIN

TRANSMIT+

TX

LIGHTGREEN

DEVICE

TRANSMIT

RX

LIGHTBLUE

FROMNMEAOUT

RECEIVE

RX+

SHD

DARKBLUE

DEVICE

RECEIVE+







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SHIELD

SHIELD

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 IME300BNWASCONNECTIONS
WIRINGCONNECTIONS


MEUIME301CAN
PORT

COLOUR

IME301CONTROLPANELTERMINAL

DESCRIPTION

+V

RED

+V

VOLTAGE

GND

LIGHTBLUE

GND

GROUND

GND

PINK

GND

GROUND

CAN

LIGHTGREEN

CAN

CANBUSDATA

CAN+

YELLOW

CAN+

CANBUSDATA+

GND

GREY

GND

GROUND




































9.6SystemWiringDiagram(withselectorswitch)

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InthissectionisdescribedhowtheSELECTORSWITCHisinterferedinthecircuitinSTAGE2
andwiredwiththerestofthesystem.

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Fig.7



IME300BNWASCONNECTIONS
SELECTORSWITCH Connections

MEUIME304
LEVELPINOUT

COLOUR

IME309SELECTOR
INPUTTERMINAL

DESCRIPTION

SHD

SHIELD

SHD

SHIELD

12

PINK

V

VOLTAGE

RST

LIGHTGREEN

RST

RESET

ALR

LIGHTBLUE

ALR

ALARM

BZR

BROWN

BZR

BUZZER

GND

YELLOW

GND

GROUND





































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10COMMISIONING&CONFIGURATIONOFIME300

AsageneralruleofnavigationthoughouttheMENUS,pressingmomentarilytheMENU
keyscrollstheMENUtotheforwarddirectionandpressingmomentarilytheENTERkey
scrollstheMENUtothebackwarddirection.SameappliestotheUPandDOWNarrow
keys,UPforupwardsandDOWNforDAWNWARDS.
UponcompletionofinstallationtheIME300shouldbeproperlyconfiguredinorderto
complywithIEC62166requirementsrelatedtotheNMEAinterfaces,stage1audioalert
adjustmentsandcharacteristics,stage3setupetcaswellasenabletheextrafunctions.
Theconfigurationsubmenusaredisplayedinthecontrolpanelonlywhenthedoorofthe
MEUorthecoverofcontrolpanelisopened.Followingaresomehintsthatenablesyouto
configuretheBNWAS.PushrepeatedlytheMENUkeyuntilthebelowsubmenuappearsin
thedisplay.Followingarelpossiblesettingoftheinstallationconfiguration.

10.1ADD/REMOVEKEYS:PushrepeatedlytheMENUkeyuntilADD/REMOVEKEYS
messageappearsinthedisplay.Thismenuisgivingtheinstallerthecapabilitytoaddor
replaceexistingilockkeys.OnceyouareatthismenuchooseinwhichIDtheaddingor
replacingwillbedoneusingtheUPorDOWNarrow.ThesystemcanhavemaximumFIVE(5)
IDs.justplacetheilockatkeylockholdersurface.YouwillhearasoundandthekeyID
appearsonthedisplay.Thismeansthekeyhasbeenadded.Toreplaceakeyrepeatthe
sameactionsbypressinglong[ENTER].

10.2EXTRAALARMS:Thisselectionisrelatedtoanalarmtriggeredbytheextrafunctions
whenenabled.Youcanchooseeithertosoundthealarminthebridgeonly(stage1st)or
followtheBNWASnormalalarmsequence1st,2nd,3rdstages.

10.3BNWASOFFEMERGENCY:Theemergencycallfunctioncanbeenabledordisabled
whentheBNWASisOFF.UsetheUporDawnkeystoEnabletheemergencyfunction
wheneverBNWASisOFF.BNWASmodeisOFFandthenpressMENUbuttontocontinue.
Factorydefault:Disable

10.4OFFCOURSEMODE:BypushingtheUporDownkeysyoucanswitchtheOfCourse
Alarmenableordisable.HowevertheIME300ShouldbeconnectedtoaGPS(HDT),orGyro,or
magnetic,orFluxgatecompassforproperoperation.ThecoursedeviationwilldependontheNMEAheading
informationreceivedfromoneoftheaboveequipmentinwhichtheBNWASisconnected.

PressMENUbuttontocontinue.
Factorydefault:Disable

10.5ANCHOREMODE:BypushingtheUporDownkeysyoucanswitchtheanchoragemode
enableordisable.IfyourvesselisfittedwithananemometerhavinganNMEAoutput,then
connecttheanemometertotheNMEAinputattheMEU.
PressMenutocontinue.
Factorydefault:Disable

10.6INPORTSECURITYMODE:PushingtheUporDownkeysyoucanswitchtheInPort
Securitymodeenableordisable.Itisanantitheftsecuritysystemwhilevesselisalongside
inport.
PressMenutocontinue.
Factorydefault:Disable

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10.7S2>S3DELAY:AccordingtotheIEC62616paragraph3.1.2.5,inlargervesselsthedelay
between(S2)secondand(s3)thirdstagealarmmaybesetinlongervalueoninstallation
withamaximumof180seconds.WhenS2>S3DELAYisselectedpresstheupordownkeys
toselectthedelayinseconds(90or120or150or180sec)andthenpresstheMENUkeyto
continue.
Factorydefault:90sec.

10.8STAGE3:AccordingtoIEC62616paragraph3.1.2.5Invesselsotherthanpassenger
vesselsthesecondorThirdstageremoteaudiblealarmsmaysoundinalllocationsatthe
sametime.PresstheUProrDownkeystoselectALLOWEDorINHIBITandthenpressmenu
keytocontinue.
Factorydefault:ALLOWED.

10.9NMEA1BPSRATE:AlwaysconnectshipsGPStoRX+andRXatNMEA1terminal
labeledGPS.NormallytheGPSNMEAbaudrateis4800bps.PressUPorDownkeysto
select4800andpressMENUkeytocontinue.
Factorydefault:4800

10.10NMEA2BPSRATE::AlwaysconnectshipsVDR/SVDRtoTX+andTXoutputof
NMEA2terminallabeledVDR.NormallythetheVDR/SVDRNMEAbaudrateis38400bps.
PressUPorDownkeystoselect38400or4800andpressMENUkeytocontinue.
Factorydefault:38400bps.

10.11BUZZERON/OFFTIMES:(Bridge1ststageaudioalarm).AccordingtoIEC62616
paragraph4.2.3.The1ststageaudiblealarmshallhaveitsowncharacteristics.PressUPor
downkeystoselecttheON/OFFsoundtimeinmillisecondsandpressMENUkeytocontinue.
Factorydefault:continue.

10.12BUZZER2ON/OFFTIMES::(officers2ndstageaudioalarm).AccordingtoIEC62616
paragraph4.2.4.The2ndstageaudiblealarmshallhaveitsowncharacteristics.PressUPor
downkeystoselecttheON/OFFsoundtimeinmillisecondsandpressMENUkeytocontinue.
Factorydefault:continue.

9.13STAGE1VOLUMELEVEL:(bridge)AccordingtoIEC62616paragraph4.2.3.Thevolume
levelof1ststageaudiblealarmshouldbeadjustableduringcommissioningoftheBNWAS.
PressUPorDownkeystoselectthevolumelevelin%andthenpressMENUtocontinue.
Factorydefault:25%.

9.14BNWASID:IncasewheremorethanoneBNWASsystemsisfittedinyourvesselthen
presstheUPorDownkeytosetanIDnumberintheBNWASandpressMENUkeyto
continue.ThedefaultisOOO.

9.15RESTOREOEM:TorestoretheBNWASsettingtothefactorydefaultsthenpressand
holddowntheENTERkeyuntilthemessageshavechangedisdisplayed.

9.16TESTMODE:Uponcompletingallabovestepsthereisaneasywaytocheckthatall
connectionshavebeendoneproperlystepbystep.UsingtheUPkeytoperformVISUAL
check,PressUPkeytocheckSTAGE1audioalarm,pressUPkeytocheckSTAGE2
audioalarm.


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INTERMARINE ELECTRONICS S.A.


Declaration of Conformity with
Marine Equipment Directive MED 96/98/EC
We, Intermarine Electronics S.A. 16, Agion Saranta Str. Moschato 18346, Greece
Declare under our sole responsibility that the following product:
Product description: BRIDGE NAVIGATION WATCH ALARM SYSTEM
Product name: IME 300 BNWAS
Trade name: IME 300 BNWAS
Comprising component parts:IME 301 Control Panel, IME 302 Main Electronic Unit integrated with battery pack and
power supply unit, IME 303 Reset panel, IME 304 Remote alert panel, IME 307 LED beaconand optional equipment
IME 306 PIR detectors, IME 308Junction box , IME 309 Selector switch
Equipment section: Navigation equipment
Annex A.1 Item no A.1/4.57
To which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following EU Directive, standards,
IMO resolution and ITU regulations:
EU Marine Equipment Directive 2011 /75
IMO Res A.694(17), MSC.128(75), MSC.191(79)MSC/Circ.982, IEC60945(2002)+Corr.1 (2008),
IEC61162 series, IEC62288 Ed.1.0(2008), IEC62616(2010) + Corr.1(2012)
as it is type approved by Germanischer Lloyd (Notified body 0998) with:
Certificate of Type Approval (Module B) No: 59 854 13 HH
and
Quality Approval (Module D) No: 59 855 - 13 HH
Signed

Panagiotis Ioannidis

Piraeus Greece, 24 January 2013

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