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JSS-2150

150W MF/HF RADIO EQUIPMENT

INSTALLATION
MANUAL
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CAUTIONS AGAINST HIGH VOLTAGE
Radio and radar devices are operated by high voltages of anywhere from a few hundred volts up to
many hundreds of thousands of volts. Although there is no danger with normal use, it is very
dangerous if contact is made with the internal parts of these devices. (Only specialists should attempt
any maintenance, checking or adjusting.)
There is a very high risk of death by even a few thousand volts, in some cases you can be fatally
electrocuted by just a few hundred volts. To prevent accidents, you should avoid contact with the
internal parts of these devices at all costs. If contact is inevitable as in the case of an emergency, you
must switch off the devices and ground a terminal in order to discharge the capacitors. After making
certain that all the electricity is discharged, only then can you insert your hand into the device.
Wearing cotton gloves and putting your left hand in your pocket, in order not to use both hands
simultaneously, are also very good methods of shock prevention.
Quite often, an injury occurs by secondary factors, therefore it is necessary to choose a sturdy and
level working surface. If someone is electrocuted it is necessary to thoroughly disinfect the affected
area and seek medical attention as soon as possible.

Cautions concerning treatment of


electrocution victims
When you find an electrocution victim, you must first switch off the machinery and ground all circuits. If
you are unable to cut off the machinery, move the victim away from it using a non-conductive material
such as dry boards or clothing.
When someone is electrocuted, and the electrical current reaches the breathing synapses of the
central nervous system inside the brain, breathing stops. If the victim's condition is stable, he or she
can be administered artificial respiration. An electrocution victim becomes very pale, and their pulse
can be very weak or even stop, consequently losing consciousness and becoming stiff.
Administration of first aid is critical in this situation.
First aid

☆Note points for first aid

Unless there is impending danger leave the victim where he or she is, then begin artificial respiration.
Once you begin artificial respiration, you must continue without losing rhythm.

(1) Make contact with the victim cautiously, there is a risk that you may get electrocuted.

(2) Switch off the machinery and then move the victim away slowly if you must.

(3) Inform someone immediately (a hospital or doctor, dial emergency numbers, etc.).

(4) Lay the victim on his or her back and loosen any constrictive clothing (a tie, or belt).

(5) (a) Check the victim's pulse.


(b) Check for a heartbeat by pressing your ear against the victim's chest.
(c) Check if the victim is breathing by putting the back of your hand or face near the victim's
face.
(d) Check the pupils of the eyes.

(6) Open the victim's mouth and remove any artificial teeth, cigarette or chewing gum. Leave the
mouth opened and flatten the tongue with a towel or by putting something into the mouth to
prevent the victim's tongue from obstructing the throat. (If he or she is clenching the teeth and it is
difficult to open the mouth, use a spoon or the like to pry open the mouth.)

(7) Continually wipe the mouth to prevent the accumulation of saliva.


☆If the victim has a pulse but is not breathing
(“Mouth to mouth” resuscitation) Figure 1

(1) Place the victim’s head facing backward (place something under the neck like a pillow).
(2) Point the chin upward to widen the trachea.
(3) Pinch the victim’s nose, take a deep breath, then put your mouth over the victim’s mouth and exhale
completely, making sure that your mouth completely covers the victim’s mouth. Then remove your
mouth. Repeat this routine 10 to 15 times per minute (holding the nostrils).
(4) Pay attention to the victim to notice if he or she starts to breath. If breathing returns, stop
resuscitation.
(5) If it is impossible to open the victim’s mouth, put something like a plastic straw or vinyl tube into one
of the nostrils then blow air in while covering the mouth and the other nostril.
(6) Occasionally, when the victim comes back to consciousness, they immediately try to stand up.
Prevent this and keep them in a laying position. Give them something warm to drink and be sure
that they rest (do not give them any alcohol).

Administering artificial respiration by raising the head.

① (1) Raise the back of head, then place one


hand on the forehead and place the other
hand under the neck. → ①
Most victims open their mouth when this is
done, making “mouth to mouth”
resuscitation easier.

② (2) Cover the victim’s mouth by opening your


mouth widely, then push your cheek
against the victim’s nose, → ②
or pinch the victim’s nose to prevent air
from leaking out of it. → ③

(3) Completely exhale into the lungs.


Exhale into the lungs until the chest
inflates.
You have to blow as rapidly as possible for
the first 10 times.

“Mouse to mouse” artificial respiration


Figure 1
☆If the victim has no pulse and is not breathing
(Heart massage in combination with artificial respiration.) Figure 2

If the victim has no pulse, his or her pupils are dilated, and if you cannot detect a heartbeat, the heart may
have stopped, beginning artificial respiration is critical.

(1) Put both hands on the diaphragm, with hands on top of each other keeping both arms straight (If your
elbows are bent, you cannot push with as much power). Press the diaphragm with your body weight
until the chest sinks about 2 cm (about 50 times per minute).
(2) If administering first aid when alone:
Perform the heart massage about 15 times then blow in twice. Repeat this routine.
If administering first aid with two people:
One person performs the heart massage 5 times, and the other person blows air in once. Repeat
this routine (Heart massage and “mouth to mouth” resuscitation used together).
(3) Constantly check the pupils and the pulse, if the pupils become normal and the pulse steadies, keep
them in a laying position and give them something warm to drink, be sure that they rest (do not give
them any alcohol). In any case you have to entrust major decision making to a doctor. Having
understanding people around is essential to the victim’s recovery from the mental shock of
electrocution.

① ②

③ ④

Heart massage in combination with artificial respiration Figure 2


Before Operation
Concerning the symbols
This manual uses the following symbols to explain correct operation and to
prevent injury or damage to property.
The symbols and descriptions are as follows. Understand them before
proceeding with this manual.

WARNING Indicates a warning that, if ignored, may


result in serious injury or even death.

CAUTION Indicates a caution that, if ignored, may


result in injury or damage to property.

Examples of symbols

The Δ symbol indicates caution (including DANGER and


WARNING). The illustration inside the Δ symbol specifies the
content of the caution more accurately. (This example warns of
possible electrical shock.)

The ; symbol indicates that performing an action is prohibited.


The illustration inside the ; symbol specifies the contents of the
prohibited operation. (in this example disassembly is prohibited.)

The z symbol indicates operations that must be performed. The


illustration inside the z symbol specifies obligatory instructions.
(In this example unplugging is the obligatory instruction.)

Concerning the WARNING labels


The WARNING labels are put on the NTD-2150 MF/HF Transceiver, NFC-2150
Antenna tuner, NBD-2150 AC/DC Power supply, and NBB-724 Battery charger.
Do not take off, destroy, or modify the labels.

Ex) NBD-2150 AC/DC Power supply (Upper view)

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Handling precaution

CAUTION
Do not distribute this INSTALLATION MANUAL to ordinary users, because
it has been created and published only for use by our service engineers.

Do not use this equipment for anything other than specified.


Doing so may cause failure or malfunction.

Do not turn the trimmer resistors or the trimmer capacitors on the PCB
unit, except when and if they need to be adjusted. Doing so may cause
failure or malfunction. They are preset at the factory.

Do not install this equipment in a place near water or in one with


excessive humidity, steam, dust or soot. Doing so may cause fire, electric
shock, or malfunction.

Do not test the distress call as doing so will inconvenience local shipping
and Rescue Centers.

Use an artificial antenna (antenna dummy load) in the case of the test of
equipment, or adjustment.
When using an antenna unavoidably, shorten transmitting time,

When repairing a RoHS compatible unit, use RoHS compatible parts and
lead-free solder, and also RoHS compatible wiring materials.

If a false distress alert is transmitted accidentally, follow the instructions below:


1. Press the CANCEL key on the controller (when appropriate, follow
the commands on screen) and terminate the transmission of the
distress call.
2. Report the false distress call to a nearby RCC (Rescue Coordination
Center).
(In Japan, inform the nearest Japan Coast Guard.)
Information to be reported:
The date/time, location, and reason why the false distress call was
transmitted. Also report the ship's name, type, nationality, and ID
number as well as the unit model name and manufacture number/date,
if possible.
3. Report the false distress call to nearby ships using 2182.0 kHz or
another frequency for distress and safety purposes on the
radiotelephone.
4. If any acknowledgements to the distress call are received, inform the
ships of the false distress call.

Do not short the lines of the mini plug. Doing so may cause malfunction.

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CAUTION
Locate the antenna tuner, TX antenna and lead-in wire in locations as
far as possible from people and surrounding structures to satisfy the
following conditions.
• Far at least 30cm beyond anyone’s reach.
• Low vibration.
• Good ventilation and drainage.
• Protected from water (for above deck installation).
• Not exposed to smoke or corrosive gasses from the smokestack.
• Not exposed to heat.
• Protected from icing.

In the field maintenance mode, all DSC functions including distress alert
cannot be used. So when setup is complete, always restart by powering
off and on using breakers, or place the system in sleep mode.
If the equipment is left without operating in this mode, the maintenance
mode off timer automatically put the system into sleep mode.

Use F2.3.3 Calibration menu only when having a margin of error


obviously.

The batteries, except for sealed lead-acid batteries that require no


equalization, should be carried out the equalizing charge at least every
six months

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Contents

Preface ....................................................................................... v

Handling precautions .................................................................... vi

1. CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS .................................... 1-1


1.1 Basic configuration ........................................................................... 1-1
1.1.1 DSC model................................................................................... 1-1
1.1.1.1 Standard components ......................................................................... 1-1
1.1.1.2 Options .......................................................................................... 1-1
1.1.2 DSC/NBDP model ........................................................................ 1-2
1.1.2.1 Standard components ......................................................................... 1-2
1.1.2.2 Options .......................................................................................... 1-2
1.1.3 System configuration .................................................................... 1-3
1.2 Block diagram .................................................................................... 1-4
1.2.1 DSC model................................................................................... 1-4
1.2.2 DSC/NBDP model ........................................................................ 1-5
1.3 Specifications ................................................................................... 1-6
1.3.1 JSS-2150 MF/HF Radio Equipment ............................................. 1-6
1.3.2 Options ........................................................................................ 1-10
1.3.3 Peripheral interfaces .................................................................... 1-12
1.4 Interconnection diagram ................................................................... 1-16
1.4.1 General configuration ................................................................. 1-16
1.4.2 Overall configuration ................................................................... 1-17

2. INSTALLATIONS .......................................................................... 2-1


2.1 Installation procedure ....................................................................... 2-1
2.2 External dimensions and equipment overview ..................................... 2-5
2.2.1 NTD-2150 MF/HF Transceiver ..................................................... 2-5
2.2.1.1 External dimensions and installation space ........................................ 2-5
2.2.1.2 Installation ........................................................................................ 2-6
2.2.1.3 Connecting the power cable .............................................................. 2-18
2.2.1.4 Connecting the signal lines ................................................................ 2-19
2.2.1.5 Terminal description .......................................................................... 2-20
2.2.2 NCM-2150 MF/HF Controller ....................................................... 2-22
2.2.2.1 External dimensions and installation space ........................................ 2-22
2.2.2.2 Installation ........................................................................................ 2-23
2.2.2.3 Supplementary materials .................................................................. 2-27
2.2.3 NQW-261 Handset ...................................................................... 2-29
2.2.3.1 External dimensions ......................................................................... 2-29
2.2.3.2 Building the connector for the handset .............................................. 2-30
2.2.4 NQD-2250 Connection Box ......................................................... 2-31
2.2.4.1 External dimensions ......................................................................... 2-31
2.2.4.2 Installation ....................................................................................... 2-32
2.2.4.3 Connecting the signal lines ............................................................... 2-33
2.2.4.4 Terminal description ......................................................................... 2-34
2.2.5 NDZ-227 Data Terminal .............................................................. 2-35
2.2.5.1 External dimensions and installation space ....................................... 2-35
2.2.5.2 Data terminal installation .................................................................. 2-36
2.2.5.3 Wiring the power cable and the signal cable ...................................... 2-38
2.2.6 NDF-369 Keyboard ..................................................................... 2-39
2.2.6.1 External dimensions and installation space ....................................... 2-39
2.2.7 NFC-2150 Antenna Tuner ........................................................... 2-40
2.2.7.1 External dimensions and installation space ....................................... 2-40
2.2.7.2 Antenna tuner installation ................................................................. 2-41
2.2.7.3 Cable processing .............................................................................. 2-44
2.2.7.4 Wiring the control signal lines ........................................................... 2-46
2.2.7.5 Example of antenna installation ........................................................ 2-48
2.2.8 NQD-2253 Junction Box .............................................................. 2-50
2.2.8.1 External dimensions ......................................................................... 2-50
2.2.9 NBD-2150 AC/DC Power Supply ................................................. 2-51
2.2.9.1 External dimensions ......................................................................... 2-51
2.2.9.2 Connecting the signal lines ............................................................... 2-52
2.2.9.3 Setting the AC input voltage (110 VAC/220 VAC) ............................... 2-52
2.2.10 NBB-724 Battery Charger ........................................................... 2-53
2.2.10.1 External dimensions and installation space ....................................... 2-53
2.2.10.2 Connecting the signal lines ............................................................... 2-54
2.2.10.3 Setting the AC input voltage (110 VAC/220 VAC) ............................... 2-55
2.2.10.4 Setting the battery charging voltage .................................................. 2-57
2.2.10.5 Prohibiting equalized charging .......................................................... 2-58
2.2.10.6 Details on switches and controls in the blank panel ........................... 2-59
2.2.10.7 Accessory terminals ......................................................................... 2-61
2.2.10.8 Other functions (protection circuit) .................................................... 2-61
2.2.11 NKG-91 Printer ........................................................................... 2-63
2.2.11.1 External dimensions and installation when attached to a wall ............ 2-63
2.2.11.2 External dimensions and installation for a flush mount ....................... 2-65
2.2.11.3 Connecting the signal lines ............................................................... 2-67
2.2.12 DPU-414 Printer (desktop type) .................................................. 2-68
2.2.12.1 External dimensions and installation space ........................................ 2-68
2.2.12.2 Connecting to the MF/HF controller ................................................... 2-69
2.2.13 NKG-800 Printer (Centronics compliant/desktop type) ................. 2-70
2.2.13.1 External dimensions and installation space ........................................ 2-70
2.2.13.2 Connecting to the MF/HF controller ..................................................... 2-71
2.2.13.3 Setting the DIP switch ....................................................................... 2-72

3. APPENDIX .................................................................................... 3-1


3.1 Block diagram ...................................................................................... 3-1
3.1.1 NTD-2150 MF/HF TRANSCEIVER ............................................... 3-1
3.1.2 CAH-2415 PA UNIT ..................................................................... 3-2
3.1.3 CMN-2250 TRX UNIT ................................................................. 3-3
3.1.4 CMJ-2250 WKR MODEM UNIT ................................................... 3-4
3.1.5 NCM-2150 MF/HF CONTROLLER ............................................... 3-5
3.1.6 NDZ-227 DATA TERMINAL ........................................................... 3-6
3.1.7 NFC-2150 ANTENNA TUNER (CFG-2150 MATCHING UNIT) ......... 3-7

REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CAH-2415 PA UNIT ............................ 3-8


REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CMN-2250 TRX UNIT ......................... 3-10
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CMJ-2250 WKR MODEM UNIT ........... 3-11
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CBD-2415 PS UNIT ........................... 3-12
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CQD-2415 TERMINAL UNIT ............... 3-13
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CMV-3775 AF CONTROL UNIT .......... 3-14
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CDJ-3775 CONTROL UNIT ................ 3-16
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CCK-3775 MAIN PANEL UNIT ............ 3-18
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CCK-3776 SUB PANEL UNIT ............. 3-19
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CFG-2150 MATCHING UNIT .............. 3-20
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for cooling fans (3108NL-05W-B50-L09) ........ 3-22
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CCN-3227 COLOR LCD UNIT ............ 3-23
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CDC-1346B PROCESS CIRCUIT ....... 3-25
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CQD-3227 USB I/F BOARD ............... 3-26
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE for the CMH-3227 INTERFACE UNIT ............ 3-27
NDZ-227 Data terminal DIP switch setting procedures ................................... 3-28
CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

1. CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

1.1 Basic configuration


1.1.1 DSC model

1.1.1.1 Standard components


No. Description Model Qty Notes
1 MF/HF transceiver NTD-2150 1
2 MF/HF controller NCM-2150 1
2-1 Controller cable 7ZCJD0343 1 5m
2-2 Handset NQW-261 1 Includes the cradle
3 Antenna tuner NFC-2150 1
4 Instruction manual 7ZPJD0492 1

1.1.1.2 Options
No. Description Model Notes
1 AC/DC power supply NBD-2150
2 Battery charger NBB-724
3 Joint box JQD-69C For both RX and WKR
4 Junction box NQD-2253
5 Coaxial connector M-P-7, M-A-JJ For RG-12/UY and RG-10/UY
6 MF/HF controller NCM-2150 One additional controller available.
6-1 Controller cable 7ZCJD0343 5m
6-2 Handset NQW-261 Waterproof type (IP66 equivalent)
6-3 Flush mounting bracket MPBC42957
6-4 Mounting bracket MPBX44354
6-5 Connection box NQD-2250 For extension and expansion of the controller
7 Printer NKG-800
7-1 Printer connection cable 6ZCSC00407
7-2 Printer power cable 6JNKD00100B Desktop type
7-3 Printer paper 5ZPCM00006
7-4 Ink ribbon (SP-16051) 5ZZCM00003
8 Printer NKG-91
8-1 Printer connection cable 7ZCJD0254A Wall mount or
8-2 Printer paper 7ZPJD0384 flush mount type
8-3 Wall mounting bracket MPBP31446
9 Printer DPU-414
9-1 Printer connection cable 7ZCJD0254A
Desktop type
9-2 Printer power cable 7ZCJD0257C
9-3 Printer paper 6ZCAF00252A
10 Distress message controller NCH-321A

1-1
CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

1.1.2 DSC/NBDP model

1.1.2.1 Standard components


No. Description Model Qty Notes
1 MF/HF transceiver NTD-2150 1
2 MF/HF controller NCM-2150 1
2-1 Controller cable 7ZCJD0343 1 5m
2-2 Handset NQW-261 1 Includes the cradle
3 Antenna tuner NFC-2150 1
4 Data terminal NDZ-227 1
4-1 DTE cable 7ZCJD0388 1
4-2 DTE power cable 7ZCJD0419 1
4-3 Keyboard NDF-369 1 NBDP option
5 Printer NKG-800 1
5-1 Printer connection cable 7ZCSC0205A 1
5-2 Printer power cable 6JNKD00100B 1
6 Instruction manual 7ZPJD0492 1

1.1.2.2 Options
No. Description Model Notes
1 AC/DC power supply NBD-2150
2 Battery charger NBB-724
3 Joint box JQD-69C For both RX and WKR
4 Junction box NQD-2253
5 Coaxial connector M-P-7, M-A-JJ For RG-12/UY and RG-10/UY
6 MF/HF controller NCM-2150 One additional controller available.
6-1 Controller cable 7ZCJD0343 5m
6-2 Handset NQW-261 Waterproof type (IP66 equivalent)
6-3 Flush mounting bracket MPBC42957
6-4 Mounting bracket MPBX44354
6-5 Connection box NQD-2250 For extension and expansion of the controller
7 Data terminal NDZ-227
7-1 DTE cable 7ZCJD0388
For expansion of the controller
7-2 DTE power cable 7ZCJD0419
7-3 Keyboard NDF-369
7-4 Mounting bracket MPBP31721
7-5 USB memory UDG4-1GAR-JRC Hagiwara Sys-Com / 1GB
8 Printer NKG-800
8-1 Printer connection cable 7ZCSC0205A
8-2 Printer power cable 6JNKD00100B Desktop type
8-3 Printer paper 5ZPCM00006
8-4 Ink ribbon (SP-16051) 5ZZCM00003
9 Printer NKG-91
9-1 Printer connection cable 7ZCJD0254A Wall mount or
9-2 Printer paper 7ZPJD0384 flush mount type
9-3 Wall mounting bracket MPBP31446
10 Printer DPU-414
10-1 Printer connection cable 7ZCJD0254A
Desktop type
10-2 Printer power cable 7ZCJD0257C
10-3 Printer paper 6ZCAF00252A
11 Distress message controller NCH-321A

1-2
CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

1.1.3 System configuration

NKG-800 Printer
NDZ-227 Data terminal
NDF-369 Keyboard
NCM-2150 MF/HF Controller (DSC/NBDP model only)
NQW-261 Handset

Expansion Controller

GPS

NFC-2150 NTD-2150 MF/HF Transceiver


Antenna Tuner

NCH-321A DMC

* The radiotelephone can


also be used when
connected to remote
maintenance system
equipment.

NBD-2150 AC/DC Power Supply

NBB-724 Battery Charger

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CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

1.2 Block diagram


1.2.1 DSC model

Rx/WKR
Tx antenna
antenna

JQD-69C
Joint box

Lead wire
RG-12/UY
TH-7/1.6

NQW-261 M-P-7
Handset
7ZCJD M-P-7/M-P-5
RX/WKR ANT TX ANT
0343 TTYCS- 4 M-P-7 M-A-JJ
(5m) DPYC-2.5 RG-10/UY 5D-2VH
NCM-2150 TX
MF/HF Controller NTD-2150 ANT
NFC-2150
MF/HF Transceiver Antenna tuner
TTYCYS-4
NQD-2250
NQD-2253
Connection Junction
box box

6.5V DC 7ZCJD0254A

NKG-91 DPYC-10
Printer 24V DC
NBD-2150
TTYCS-1 AC/DC Power supply

DPYC-16
100V/220V AC
7ZCJD0348
50/60Hz 1φ
7ZCJD0347

NBB-724 7ZCJD0349 24V DC


Battery charger 200Ah
TTYCS- 4
DPYC-2.5

NQD-2250
Connection
box

TTYCS- 1
GPS

Expansion controller
MPYCS- 7
NCH-321A
DMC

TTYCS- 1
RMS
(VDR)

TTYCS- 4
AME

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CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

1.2.2 DSC/NBDP model

Rx/WKR
Tx antenna
antenna

JQD-69C
Joint box

Lead wire
RG-12/UY
TH-7/1.6

NQW-261 M-P-7
Handset
7ZCJD M-P-7/M-P-5
RX/WKR ANT TX ANT
0343 TTYCS- 4 M-P-7 M-A-JJ
(5m) DPYC-2.5 RG-10/UY 5D-2VH
NCM-2150 TX
MF/HF Controller NTD-2150 ANT
NFC-2150
MF/HF Transceiver Antenna tuner
TTYCYS-4
NQD-2250
NQD-2253
Connection Junction
box box

7ZCJD0419 7ZCJD0388

DPYC-10
NDZ-227 24V DC
Data terminal NBD-2150
TTYCS-1 AC/DC Power supply

DPYC-16
100V/220V AC
7ZCJD0348
50/60Hz 1φ
NDF-369 7ZCJD0347
Keyboard

NBB-724 7ZCJD0349 24V DC


7ZCSC0205A 6JNKD00100B
Battery charger 200Ah
TTYCS- 4
NKG-800 DPYC-2.5
Printer

NQD-2250
Connection
box

TTYCS- 1
GPS

Expansion controller
MPYCS- 7
NCH-321A
DMC

TTYCS- 1
RMS
(VDR)

TTYCS- 4
AME

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CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

1.3 Specifications
1.3.1 JSS-2150 MF/HF Radio Equipment

z General Specifications
Transmission frequency 1605.0 - 27500.0 kHz (100 Hz steps)
Reception frequency 90.0 - 29999.9 kHz (100 Hz steps)
Frequency stability Within ±10 Hz
Type of emission TEL mode : J3E
DSC/TLX mode : F1B
CW mode : A1A
AM mode : H3E
H2B mode : H2B
DATA mode : J2D
Channels User channels (TEL/CW/DSC) : Max. 400 ch (20ch x 20grp)
User channels (TLX) : Max. 400 ch (20ch x 20sta)
ITU preset channels : 1722 ch
Scan channels Max. 20 channels (group specification method)
Nominal frequency J3E/ A1A/ H3E/ H2B/ J2D : Carrier frequencies
F1B : Assigned frequency
Communication method in TEL Push-to-talk (simplex, semi-duplex)
Antenna impedance 50Ω unbalanced
Channel switching duration 15 sec or less
Interface IEC61162-1 (GPS/AME/RMS)
Compass safety distance 1.9 m
Main controls DSC call (sending and receiving), communication frequency/
channel settings, Tx power settings, RF gain adjustment, volume
adjustment, LCD adjustment
Performance criteria IMO A.806(19)、A.694(17)、MSC68(68)、MSC/Circ.862
IEC 60945 Ed.4 2002-08
Power supply voltage 24 VDC (21.6 VDC to 31.2 VDC)
Current consumption 150W transmission : Maximum 30 A
Reception: : Maximum 5 A
Operating temperature range -15°C - +55°C(parts exposed to condensation -25°C - +55°C)
Storage temperature range -15°C - +55°C(parts exposed to condensation -25°C - +70°C)
Humidity resistance No abnormality after standing 4 hours in +40°C, 93%RH
Vibration resistance (3 axes) 2 Hz - 5 Hz to 13.2 Hz : Full amplitude ±1 mm±10%
2
13.2 Hz to 100 Hz : Maximum acceleration 7 m/s
fixed
No abnormality after testing resonance points or at 30 Hz for 2 hours
or more
Continuous operation (TEL) No abnormality after operating continuously for 8 hours
Continuous operation (DSC, WKR) No abnormality after operating continuously for 24 hours
Protection rating IP22 equivalent (controller panel)
Dimensions and mass Transceiver
349mm(W) x 391mm(H) x 143mm(D) [excluding projections],
approximately 12.3kg
Antenna tuner
256mm(W) x 430mm(H) x 100mm(D) [excluding projections],
approximately 3.3kg
Controller
230mm(W) x 142mm(H) x 89mm(D) [excluding projections],
approximately 1.3kg
Data terminal
336mm(W) x 244mm(H) x 88mm(D) [excluding projections],
approximately 4.6kg

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CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

z Transmitter
Antenna output power 1605.0 - 3999.9 kHz : 75/ 100Wpep (Low: 33Wpep)
4000.0 - 27500.0 kHz : 75/ 100/ 150Wpep (Low: 50Wpep)
Modulation method Low-power stage balanced modulation
Occupied bandwidth J3E/ J2D/ H2B : Within 3 kHz
F1B/ A1A : Within 0.5 kHz
Carrier suppression (J3E) 40 dB or more
Unwanted emissions in the Mean power of 50 mW or lower, or 43 dB or more lower than the
out-of-band domain mean power of the basic frequency
Unwanted emissions in the spurious At J3E:
domain 1.5 to 4.5 kHz : 31 dB or more
4.5 to 7.5 kHz : 38 dB or more
7.5 kHz and upwards : 43 dB or more
(Peak power of unwanted emissions is 50 mW or less.)

At F1B:

Attenuation [dB]

Mistuned frequency [Hz]

Overall distortion and noise -20 dB or less


AF frequency response Deviation is within 6 dB in 350 Hz to 2700 Hz range.
Tone frequency 1500 Hz or 1400 Hz

z Receiver
Receiving system Double superheterodyne
1st IF 70.036 MHz
2nd IF 36 kHz
Reception frequency stability Within ±10 Hz
Sensitivity (SINAD 20dB) J3E : 2.5 uV or less (1605.0 to 27500.0 kHz)
F1B : 0.7 uV or less (1605.0 to 27500.0 kHz)
A1A : 1.4 uV or less (1605.0 to 27500.0 kHz)
Pass band/Adjacent signal J3E : 2.4 - 3.0 kHz (6 dB bandwidth) within
selectivity ±2.1 kHz (66 dB bandwidth)
F1B : 270 - 300Hz (6 dB bandwidth) within
±550 Hz (60 dB bandwidth)
Spurious response J3E : 60 dB or more
F1B : Symbol error rate of 1% or better at a wanted signal level
of 10 uV and an unwanted signal level of 31.6 mV
separated by 750 Hz
Blocking/Desensitization J3E : When an unwanted signal level separated by 3 kHz is
added to the wanted signal level of 10 uV, the unwanted
signal input voltage suppressing output of the wanted
signal by 3 dB is 10 mV or more.
F1B : Symbol error rate of 1% or better at a wanted signal level
of 10 uV and an unwanted signal level of 1 mV
separated by 500 Hz
Overall distortion and noise When an input signal level of 30 uV is applied, the ratio between
low-frequency output 1000 Hz and unwanted components contained
in that output is 30 dB or more.
Conducted spurious emission Power emitted from antenna terminal is 2 nW or less (9kHz - 2GHz)
and 20 nW or less (2GHz - 4GHz).
Clarifier variable range ±200 Hz (1 Hz steps)
Antenna impedance 50Ω unbalanced
Line output 0 dBm 600Ω (balanced)

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CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

z DSC Watch Keeping Receiver.


Reception frequency Distress and safety frequencies of 2187.5 kHz and 8414.5 kHz, and
additionally on one or more of the 4207.5 kHz/ 6312.0 kHz/ 12577.0
kHz/ 16804.5 kHz
Receiving system Double superheterodyne
1st IF 40.04025 MHz
2nd IF 40.25 kHz
Frequency stability Within ±10 Hz
Sensitivity 1% or lower symbol error rate at reception input voltage of 1µV
Passband 6 dB bandwidth : 270 - 300 Hz
30 dB bandwidth : Within ±380 Hz
60 dB bandwidth : Within ±550 Hz
Spurious response Symbol error rate of 1% or better when an unwanted signal level of
31.6 mV is applied to a wanted signal level of 10 uv from an
intermediate frequency separated by 750 Hz or more through to a
frequency 3x the test frequency
Blocking/Desensitization Symbol error rate of 1% or better at a wanted signal level of 10 uV
and an unwanted signal level of 1 mV separated by 500 Hz
Conducted spurious emission Power emitted from antenna terminal is 2 nW or less.
Antenna impedance 50Ω unbalanced

z DSC Modem
Modulation rate Within 100 baud ±30x10-6
Modulation method FSK (sub-carrier: 1700 Hz)
Mark frequency (Y) Transmission : Within 1615 Hz ±0.5 Hz
Reception (permissible value) : Within 1615 Hz ±20 Hz
Space frequency (B) Transmission : Within 1785 Hz ±0.5 Hz
Reception (permissible value) : Within 1785 Hz ±20 Hz
DSC protocol ITU-R recommendation M.493-11 (Class A and B)
DSC operation standards ITU-R recommendation M.541-9, M.821-1
DSC code 10-bit error detecting code
Message storage 20 messages for distress and 20 messages for others

z NBDP Modem
Modulation rate Within 100baud ±30x10-6 以内
Modulation method FSK (sub-carrier:1700Hz)
Mark frequency (Y) Transmission : Within 1615 Hz ±0.5 Hz
Reception (permissible value) : Within 1615 Hz ±20 Hz
Space frequency (B) Transmission : Within 1785 Hz ±0.5 Hz
Reception (permissible value) : Within 1785 Hz ±20 Hz
NBDP Protocol ITU-R recommendation M.476-5,M.491-1,M.492-6,M.625-3
ITU-T recommendation F.1、F.130、S.6
NBDP code 7-bit error detecting code

z Antenna Tuner
Frequency range 1605.0 - 27500.0 kHz
Max. input power 1605.0 - 3999.9 kHz : 150Wpep
4000.0 - 27500.0 kHz : 200Wpep
SWR after tuning 2:1 or less
Tuning method Preset or auto-tuning
Tuning time Preset tuning: 0.5 sec, auto-tuning: max. 45 sec
Power supply 24 VDC (21.6 VDC to 31.2 VDC)

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CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

z Controller
Communication speed 57.6 kbps
Communication interface RS-485 and RS-232C, and Centronics compliant
Microphone input impedance 150Ω balanced
Standard modulation input -54 dBm
Audio output Internal loud speaker (8Ω) : 5W max
External speaker impedance : 8Ω or more
Handset phone (150Ω) : Rated 1mW or more
LCD display 3.8 inch FSTN monochrome, 320 x 240 dot, LED backlight

● Data terminal
Communication speed 4.8kbps
Communication interface RS-232C
USB interface USB 2.0, FAT16/32 file format
Keyboard interface PS/2
Printer interface Centronics compliant
LCD display 10.4 inch TFT color, 640x480 dots, CCFL backlight
2
Standard brightness 450cd/m , Viewing angle 160 ゚/140 ゚ Contrast
600:1

● Keyboard
Communication interface Serial two wire interactive transmission
Connector Mini DIN 5Pin
Durability 20,000,000 times

● Printer (NKG-800)
Printing system Serial impact dot matrix
Communication interface Centronics compliant
Supported fonts ANK FX850 mode : 324 characters
IBM Proprinter II mode : 264 characters
Paper feed system Roll paper holder
Paper type 209 - 216 mm (8.23 - 8.50") roll paper
Buffer size ANK FX850 mode : 21 kbytes
IBM Proprinter II mode : 9.3 kbytes
Density adjustment Manual (nonstepped)
Power supply voltage 10.2 VDC - 31.2 VDC
Power consumption Maximum 35 W

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CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

1.3.2 Options

(1) AC/DC Power Supply (NBD-2150)


Source voltage 90 VAC to 264 VAC (50/60 Hz) and
24 VDC (21.6 VDC to 31.2 VDC)
Output voltage AC operation : 24 VDC
DC operation : Outputs the DC-IN directly
Maximum output current 30 A
Source switching function Automatic switching to DC power when AC power is cut off. (uninterrupted output)
Automatic switching from DC to AC when AC power is restored.
Alarm notification functions AC power OFF
Temperature range for full -15°C - +55°C
performance
Operating temperature range -15°C - +55°C
Storage temperature range -25°C - +65°C
Humidity resistance No abnormality after standing 4 hours in +40°C, 93% RH
Vibration resistance (3 axes) 2 Hz - 5 Hz to 13.2 Hz: : Full amplitude ±1 mm±10%
13.2 Hz to 100 Hz: : Maximum acceleration 7 m/s2
fixed
No abnormality after testing resonance points or at 30 Hz for more
than 2 hours
Continuous operation No abnormality after operating continuously for 8 hours

(2) Battery Charger (NBB-724)


Source voltage 90 VAC - 132 VAC or 180 VAC to 264 VAC (50/60 Hz)
Current consumption Charging : 15 A or less (100 VAC input)
8 A or less (220 VAC input)
Discharging : 0.5 A or less (at 24 VDC
operation)
Charging current Float charging : 22 A
Balanced charging : 22 A
Alarm notification functions Abnormal charging, low battery voltage
Temperature range for full -15°C - +55°C
performance
Operating temperature range -15°C - +55°C
Storage temperature range -25°C - +65°C
Humidity resistance No abnormality after standing 4 hours in +40°C, 93% RH
Vibration resistance (3 axes) 2 Hz - 5 Hz to 13.2 Hz: : Full amplitude ±1 mm±10%
2
13.2 Hz to 100 Hz: : Maximum acceleration 7 m/s
fixed
No abnormality after testing resonance points or at 30 Hz for more
than 2 hours
Continuous operation No abnormality after operating continuously for 8 hours

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CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

(3) Printer (NKG-91)


Printing system Thermal line dot
Communication interface RS-232C, 4.8/9.6/38.4 kbps
Data control RTS/CTS
Data buffer 4096 byte
Maximum print speed 20 mm/sec or more
Roll paper width 58 mm
Power supply voltage 6.5 VDC (5 VDC to 8.7 VDC)
Current consumption Maximum 2 A

(4) Printer (DPU-414)


Printing system Thermal serial dot
Communication interface RS-232C, 4.8k/9.6k/38.4kbps
Data control HW busy
Data buffer About 28kbyte
Maximum print speed 52.5cps
Roll paper width 112mm
Power voltage 6.5VDC
Current consumption Maximum 2A

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CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

1.3.3 Peripheral interfaces

(1) GPS or other navigation aid interface


Interface standard NMEA0183/IEC61162-1 compliant
Protocol 4800 bps, start 1 bit, data 8 bit, stop 1 bit
Non parity
Input sentence NMEA0183 V1.5 : GGA/GLL/RMC
V2.0 : GGA/GLL/RMC/ZDA
V2.3 : GGA/GLL/RMC/GNS/ZDA
(Talker = "GP" or other)
Data type Ship position & time information : GGA/GNS/GLL/RMC
Date information : ZDA/RMC
Equipment time information : ZDA/GGA/GNS/GLL/RMC

(1.1) Electrical description

■ Load requirements

Current consumption :2mA at 2V or less

Maximum input voltage :±15V or more

Recommended operating current :2mA or more

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CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

(1.2) List of sentences and associated data fields

(1.2.1) GGA – Global positioning system (GPS) fix data

$--GGA, hhmmss, llll.ll, a, yyyyy.yy, a, x, xx, x.x, x.x, M, x.x, M, x.x, xxxx *hh<CR><LF>

Differential reference

station ID, 0000-1023

Age of differential GPS data

Units of geoidal separation, m

Geoidal separation

Units of antenna altitude, m

Antenna altitude above/below mean sea level

(geoid)

Horizontal dilution of precision

Number of satellites in use, 00-12, may be different

from the number in view

GPS quality indicator

Longitude E/W

Latitude N/S

UTC of position

(1.2.2) GLL – Geographic position – Latitude/longitude

$--GLL, llll.ll, a, yyyyy.yy, a, hhmmss.ss, A, a *hh<CR><LF>

Mode indicator:

A = Autonomous, D = Differential, E = Estimated

M = Manual input, S = Simulator, N = Data not valid

Status: A= data valid, V= data invalid

UTC of position

Longitude, E/W

Latitude, N/S

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CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

(1.2.3) RMC – Recommended minimum specific GNSS data

$--RMC, hhmmss.ss, A, llll.ll, a, yyyyy.yy, a, x.x, x.x, xxxxxx, x.x, a, a *hh<CR><LF>

Mode indicator:
A = Autonomous, D = Differential,
E = Estimated, M = Manual input,
S = Simulator, N = Data not valid
Magnetic variation, degrees, E/W
Date: dd/mm/yy
Course over ground, degrees true
Speed over ground, knots
Longitude, E/W
Latitude, N/S
Status: A = data valid, V = navigation receiver warning
UTC of position fix

(1.2.4) GNS – GNSS fix data

$--GNS, hhmmss.ss, llll.ll, a, yyyyy.yy, a, c---c, xx, x.x, x.x, x.x, x.x, x.x *hh<CR><LF>

Differential reference station ID


Age of differential data
Geoidal separation, m
Antenna altitude, m, re:mean-sea-level (geoid)
HDOP
Total number of satellites in use, 00-99
Mode indicator:
N = No fix, A = Autonomous, D = Differential,
P = Precise, R = Real Time Kinematic, F = Float RTK,
E = Estimated, M = Manual input, S = Simulator
Longitude, E/W
Latitude, N/S
UTC of position

(1.2.5) ZDA – Time and date

$--ZDA, hhmmss.ss, xx, xx, xxxx, xx, xx *hh<CR><LF>

Local zone minutes, 00 to +59

Local zone hours, 00 h to ±13 h

Year (UTC)

Month, 01 to 12 (UTC)

Day, 01 to 31 (UTC)

UTC

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CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

(2) RMS interface


Interface standard IEC61162-1 compliant
Protocol 4800 bps, start 1 bit, data 8 bit, stop 1 bit
Non parity
Output message IEC61162-1 compliant proprietary sentence
$PJRCL sentence (for RMS log saving)
$PJRCM sentence
(Device ID = "CT")
Data type Model number, serial number, self-diagnosis information, etc.

(3) Accessory interface


DC_OPE Input circuit : Current loop (Photo coupler)
Input current(between a and b) : 4.4mA (DC24V)
+BK Output voltage (normal) : DC24V
Maximum output : 0.5A
-BK ・Input
Input current : 2mA
・Output
Maximum output current : 0.5A
RBK Maximum output current : 1.5A
EXT_KEY Input current : 2mA
SEL_BK Input current : 2mA
RBK(NCM-2150/ EXT MODEM) Maximum output current : 0.3A

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TX ANT RX ANT WKR/RX ANT

Self supporting 6m WHIP 6m WHIP 6m WHIP

1-16
ANTENNA ANTENNA ANTENNA ANTENNA

1.4.1
or
NAW-208S NAW-60 NAW-60 NAW-60

NFC-2150 JQD-69C JQD-69C


ANTENNA TUNER JOINT BOX JOINT BOX
GND GND J105 1

NTD-2150 MF/HF TRANSCEIVER

NC
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
NC

RBK
PA_MUTE
ATU_RXD
GND
ATU_24V
ANT_CURR
ATU_TXD
GND
TB201 *RG-12/UY MAINTENANCE
TB202 WKR/RX ANT
1 8 (PC RS-232C)
CONTROLLER GPS ACCESSORY TUNER POWER SUPPLY

RF_IN

RF_GND

YEL
BLK

PNK
RED
BRN

GRY
GRN

WHT
TB2 TB1 *RG-12/UY
RX ANT
GND

PA_MUTE

GND
NC
NC
DISP_LINE+
DISP_LINE-
DISP_KEY
SYS_RST
RS-485-A
RS-485-B
DISP_PWR
DISP_PWR
GND
GND
GND
GPS_RX-A
GPS_RX-B
GND
DC_OPE+
DC_OPE-
GND
+BK
-BK
GND
RBK
ATU_RXD
GND
ATU_24V
ANT_CURR
ATU_TXD
GND
GND
DC24V+ IN
DC24V- IN
L=5m
Attachment to NFC-2150 1 9 10 14 15 23 24 32 1 2

TB11 TB12 TB13 TB14 TB101


General configuration

M-A-JJ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

YEL
BLK

PNK
RED
BRN

GRY
GRN

WHT
M-P-5 M-P-7
*RG-10/UY
1 TX ANT
5D-2VH GND

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
*4 X 2 X 0.75mm2 (JIS TTYCS-4) *1 X 2 X 0.75mm2 *2 X 1 X 10mm2
CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

NQD-2253 *1X 2 X 2.5mm2 (JIS DPYC-2.5) (JIS TTYCS-1) (JIS DPYC-10)


JUNCTION BOX (OPTION) ABOVE DECK
*1 X 2 X 0.75mm2 (JIS TTYCS-1)
(D)GPS RECEIVER (IEC61162-1)
*4 X 2 X 0.75mm2 (JIS TTYCYS-4)
1.4 Interconnection diagram

NQW-261 EXT. SP
KEYER
HANDSET
+ -
1 12
1 9 10 14 1 9 10 14 1 3 1 2
HANDSET KEY SP
-
+

TRANSCEIVER

DC_OPE+
DC_OPE-
FG
NCM-2150

GND
NC
NC
DISP_LINE+
DISP_LINE-
DISP_KEY
SYS_RST
RS-485-A
RS-485-B
DISP_PWR
DISP_PWR
GND
GND
GND
GND
NC
NC
DISP_LINE+
DISP_LINE-
DISP_KEY
SYS_RST
RS-485-A
RS-485-B
DISP_PWR
DISP_PWR
GND
GND
GND
PRT-C MF/HF CONTROLLER DC 24V OUT
DC_OPE
ACCESSORY EXTENSION-1 EXTENSION-2
BATT_VOLT+
BATT_VOLT-
BATT_CURR+
BATT_CURR-
DC_OPE
CHG_ALARM
BATT_LOW_VOLT
GND
BATT_HI_TEMP+
BATT_HI_TEMP-
BATT_LOW_TEMP+
BATT_LOW_TEMP-

NBD-2150
CONTROLLER AC/DC POWER SUPPLY ACCESSRY
GND
(OPTION) NBB-724 BATTERY CHARGER
(OPTION)
AC IN DC 24V IN

PRT_PWR
GND
GND
PRT-S NQD-2250 CONNECTION BOX + + - -
1 GND BATT OUT GND AC IN BATT
(OPTION) R N

GND
NC
NC
DISP_LINE+
DISP_LINE-
DISP_KEY
SYS_RST
RS-485-A
RS-485-B
DISP_PWR
DISP_PWR
GND
GND
GND
1 4
GND
1 9 10 14
H-7ZCJD0388 H-7ZCJD0419
(1.5m) (2m)
RED

PR
BLK
YEL
BLACK

BLU
SKY
PNK

BRN
RED
GRY

GRN
ORN

WHT
SER DC

BLK(SHLD)
RED
BLACK

U V
7ZCJD0347(1.5m)
7ZCJD0349(1.5m)

NDZ-227
+ + - -
7ZCJD0348(1.5m)

H-7ZCJD0343 (5m)
DATA TERMINAL
KBD PRT
*2 X 1 X 16mm2
(JIS DPYC-16)

H-7ZCSC0205A
(JIS DPYC-16)

(1.6m)
*2 X 1 X 16mm2
*2 X 1 X 25mm2
(JIS DPYCS-25)
*2 X 1 X 25mm2
(JIS DPYCS-25)

H-6JNKD00100B Power source Power source + -


NDF-369 NKG-800 (4m) AC100V/220V AC100V/220V BATTERY
KEYBOARD PRINTER DC24V 200Ah
(Dockyard Supply)

Note: * marked cables are supplied by dockyard.


JSS-2150 MF/HF RADIO EQUIPMENT
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

1.4.2 Overall configuration

TX ANT RX ANT WKR/RX ANT

Self supporting 6m WHIP 6m WHIP 6m WHIP


ANTENNA ANTENNA ANTENNA ANTENNA
or
NAW-208S NAW-60 NAW-60 NAW-60

NFC-2150 JQD-69C JQD-69C J105 1


JOINT BOX JOINT BOX NTD-2150 MF/HF TRANSCEIVER
ANTENNA TUNER

GND
RXD

DSR
DTR
TXD

RTS
CTS
GND GND

NC

NC
ANT_CURR
PA_MUTE
ATU_RXD

ATU_TXD

TB201
ATU_24V

MAINTENANCE
*RG-12/UY
WKR/RX ANT (PC RS-232C)
GND

GND
RBK

CONTROLLER GPS ACCESSORY TUNER


RF_GND

TB202
RF_IN

1 8

DISP_LINE+
DISP_LINE-

ANT_CURR
DISP_PWR
DISP_PWR

GPS_RX-A
GPS_RX-B

PA_MUTE
DISP_KEY
*RG-12/UY

DC_OPE+

ATU_RXD
SYS_RST

ATU_TXD
DC_OPE-
RS-485-A
RS-485-B

ATU_24V
RX ANT
WHT

GRN
GRY
RED

BRN
PNK
YEL

BLK

GND

GND
GND
GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND
GND
RBK
+BK
-BK
NC
NC
TB2 TB1
GND
1 9 10 14 15 23 24 32

L=5m
Attachment to NFC-2150 TB11 TB12 TB13 TB14

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
M-A-JJ
M-P-5 M-P-7
*RG-10/UY
TX ANT
WHT

GRN

5D-2VH
GRY
RED

BRN
PNK
YEL

BLK

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

*4 X 2 X 0.75mm2 (JIS TTYCYS-4)


NQD-2253
JUNCTION BOX
(OPTION)

ABOVE DECK

*4 X 2 X 0.75mm2 (JIS TTYCS-4)

*1X 2 X 2.5mm2 (JIS DPYC-2.5)

*1X 2 X 2.5mm2 (JIS DPYC-2.5)

*4 X 2 X 0.75mm2 (JIS TTYCS-4)


*1X 2 X 2.5mm2
(JIS DPYC-2.5)

+ - + -

1 9 10 14 1 9 10 14 1 9 10 14 1 9 10 14
DISP_LINE+

DISP_LINE+

DISP_LINE+

DISP_LINE+
DISP_LINE-

DISP_LINE-

DISP_LINE-

DISP_LINE-
DISP_PWR
DISP_PWR

DISP_PWR
DISP_PWR

DISP_PWR
DISP_PWR

DISP_PWR
DISP_PWR
DISP_KEY
DISP_KEY

DISP_KEY

DISP_KEY
SYS_RST

SYS_RST
SYS_RST

SYS_RST
RS-485-A
RS-485-B

RS-485-A
RS-485-B

RS-485-A
RS-485-B

RS-485-A
RS-485-B
GND

GND
GND
GND

GND

GND
GND
GND

GND

GND
GND
GND

GND

GND
GND
GND
NC
NC

NC
NC

NC
NC

NC
NC

EXTENSION-1 EXTENSION-2 EXTENSION-1 EXTENSION-2

CONTROLLER CONTROLLER
DISP_LINE+

DISP_LINE+
DISP_LINE-

DISP_LINE-
DISP_PWR
DISP_PWR

DISP_PWR
DISP_PWR
DISP_KEY

DISP_KEY
SYS_RST
SYS_RST
RS-485-A
RS-485-B

RS-485-A
RS-485-B

NQD-2250 CONNECTION BOX NQD-2250 CONNECTION BOX


GND

GND
GND
GND

GND

GND
GND
GND
NC
NC

NC
NC

(OPTION) (OPTION)
GND GND
1 9 10 14 1 9 10 14
WHT

WHT
GRN

ORN

GRN

ORN
GRY

GRY
BRN
RED

BRN
RED
PNK

PNK
SKY

SKY
BLU

BLU
YEL

YEL
BLK

BLK
BLK(SHLD)

BLK(SHLD)
PR

PR
H-7ZCJD0343 (5m)

H-7ZCJD0343 (5m)

EXT. SP EXT. SP
NDF-369 NDF-369
KEYBOARD KEYBOARD

H- H-
7ZCJD0388 7ZCJD0388
(1.5m) KBD (1.5m) KBD
TRANSCEIVER PRT-C SP TRANSCEIVER PRT-C SP
PRT-S SER PRT-S SER
NDZ-227 NDZ-227
ACCESSORY
1
DTE ACCESSORY
1
DTE
PRT_PWR DC PRT_PWR DC (Option)
GND PRT GND PRT
GND GND
H- H-
NCM-2150
H-6JNKD00100B

H-6JNKD00100B
H-7ZCSC0205A

H-7ZCSC0205A

NCM-2150 7ZCJD0419 7ZCJD0419


(2m) MF/HF CONTROLLER (2m)
(1.6m)

(1.6m)

MF/HF CONTROLLER
(4m)

(4m)

(Option)

HANDSET KEY GND HANDSET KEY GND

NKG-800
NKG-800
PRINTER
PRINTER
(Option)
NQW-261 NQW-261
KEYER KEYER
HANDSET HANDSET

JSS-2150 MF/HF RADIO EQUIPMENT


INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM (1/2)

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CONFIGURATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

CQD-2416 EXTENSION BOARD

POWER SUPPLY DMC AME/RMS/422RX ACCESSORY

LINE_OUT+
LINE_OUT-
DMC_PWR

AME_RX-A
AME_RX-B
DC24V+ IN

DMC_DRQ

RMS_TX-A
RMS_TX-B

AME_TX-A
AME_TX-B
DMC_OAS

DMC_RDY
DMC_DRA

DMC_DAS
DMC_OAL
DC24V- IN

R_CONT+
DMC_DAL
DMC_SEL

422_RX-A
422_RX-B

EXT_KEY

R_CONT-
LINE_IN+
LINE_IN-

SEL_BK
GND

GND

GND
GND

GND

GND

GND

NC
1 2 33 43 44 54 55 65

TB101 TB21 TB22 TB23


21 22 23 24 25 26 27

GND

*1 X 2 X 0.75mm2
(JIS TTYCS-1)
INM-C_PS

*2 X 1 X 10mm2 *4 X 2 X 0.75mm2 (JIS TTYCS-4)


SELCALL
(JIS DPYC-10)

*1 X 2 X 0.75mm2
(JIS TTYCS-1) *4 X 2 X 0.75mm2 (JIS TTYCS-4) ALARM MANAGEMENT
EQUIPMENT(IEC61162-1)
*1 X 2 X 0.75mm2 (JIS TTYCS-1) REMOTE MAINTENANCE
SYSTEM(IEC61162-1)
*1 X 2 X 0.75mm2 (JIS TTYCS-1)
OTHER SSB/ W. FACSIMILE

*1 X 2 X 0.75mm2 (JIS TTYCS-1)


(D)GPS RECEIVER (IEC61162-1)

*1 X 2 X 0.75mm2 (JIS TTYCS-1)


ANTENNA MULTI COUPLER

*7 X 1 X 1mm2
(JIS MPYCS-7)

35 36 37 38 39 40 41

1 12
1 3 1 2 21 27
TB10
DC_OPE+
DC_OPE-

BATT_LOW_TEMP+

DRQ
BATT_LOW_TEMP-

RDY
DRA
DAL
+

SEL
-

+9V
BATT_LOW_VOLT

BATT_HI_TEMP+
BATT_HI_TEMP-

E
BATT_CURR+
FG

BATT_CURR-
BATT_VOLT+

CHG_ALARM
BATT_VOLT-

NCH-321A DMC
DC_OPE

(OPTION)
DC 24V OUT
AC110/220V-V
GND

DC_OPE
AC220V-U
AC110V-U

NBD-2150
+DC24V
-DC24V

AC/DC POWER SUPPLY ACCESSRY


(OPTION) NBB-724 BATTERY CHARGER GND
TB1
(OPTION)
AC IN DC 24V IN 1
+ + - -
R N GND BATT OUT GND AC IN BATT
1 4
*2 X 1 X 1.5mm2

*2 X 1 X 1.5mm2
(JIS DPYC-1.5)

(JIS DPYC-1.5)
7ZCJD0347(1.5m)

7ZCJD0349(1.5m)
BLACK
RED

BLACK
RED

U V Power source
2

DC 24V
*2 X 1 X 16mm
(JIS DPYC-16)

AC100V/220V
+ + - -
7ZCJD0348(1.5m)
*2 X 1 X 16mm2

(JIS DPYCS-25)

(JIS DPYCS-25)
*2 X 1 X 25mm2

*2 X 1 X 25mm2
(JIS DPYC-16)

Power source Power source + -


AC100V/220V AC100V/220V BATTERY
DC24V 200Ah
(Dockyard Supply)

Note: ※ marked cables are supplied by dockyard

JSS-2150 MF/HF RADIO EQUIPMENT


INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM (2/2)

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2. INSTALLATIONS

2.1 Installation procedure

The following procedure is for installing the equipment.

① Selecting a location to install the equipment


Carefully discuss the following points with the ship's owner when selecting a location.

• Install the equipment in a well ventilated area that is not humid.

• Install the MF/HF controller (NCM-2150) and the data terminal (NDZ-227) on the bridge or
someplace near the ship's controls. (If two controllers are being installed, install one near the
ship's controls.)

• Refer to the "External dimensions and equipment overview" and consider the maintenance of the
equipment when selecting a location. When installing the MF/HF transceiver (NTD-2150), space
is needed for installing the upper part and the top plate after the bottom part has been installed.

• The MF/HF transceiver (NTD-2150), MF/HF antenna tuner (NFC-2150), MH/HF controller
(NCM-2150), data terminal (NDZ-227), AC/DC power unit (NBD-2150), and charger (NBB-724)
must be grounded to the ship. The MF/HF antenna tuner must be grounded by soldering one
side of a copper sheet to the ship as explained later.

• The MF/HF controller (NCM-2150) is provided with a 5 meters length cable, but it can be relayed
through the connection box (NQD-2250) and extended up to 70 meters (between the transceiver
and the controller). However in this case, it is needed to use one power cable DPYC-2.5 per one
MF/HF controller between the MF/HF transceiver and the connection box.

• The Antenna tuner (NFC-2150) is provided with a 5 meters length cable, but it can be relayed
through the Junction box (NQD-2253) and extended up to 30 meters.

• Install the equipment far enough away from the compass to protect the compass.

NTD-2150 MF/HF transceiver NCM-2150 MF/HF controller


Compass safety distance Compass safety distance
Standard compass: 1.2 m Standard compass: 1.9 m
Steering compass: 0.8 m Steering compass: 1.3 m

NFC-2150 MF/HF antenna tuner NQD-2250 Connection box


Compass safety distance Compass safety distance
Standard compass: 0.3 m Standard compass: 0.1 m
Steering compass: 0.1 m Steering compass: 0.1 m

NDZ-227 Data terminal NQD-2253 Junction box


Compass safety distance Compass safety distance
Standard compass: 0.7 m Standard compass: 0.3 m
Steering compass: 0.4 m Steering compass: 0.1 m

NBD-2150 AC/DC power supply NBB-724 Battery charger


Compass safety distance Compass safety distance
Standard compass: 1.1 m Standard compass: 1.0 m
Steering compass: 0.7 m Steering compass: 0.6 m

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INSTALLATIONS

② Selecting a position for and installing the antenna


The antenna is a conductor that emits RF energy (radio waves) from the transmitter, and receives
signals from other stations. There are many types of antennas. The most common of which are the
vertical whip antenna (6 meters long) and the wire antenna (10 to 20 meters long). Follow the
recommendations below for both types.

• Install the antenna as far as possible from any structures, wires, or other antennas to reduce any
effect to tuning or radiation patterns. For example, install the antenna 10 meters or more from
loran or omega antennas.

• Use an insulator with sufficient pressure resistance, and do not paint or get sand on it.

• Once the antenna is installed it is a part of the radio equipment and grounding it is considered
very important.

• The antenna's efficiency is proportional to the area of the antenna's ground (RF ground), so large
metal ships result in efficient antennas. Therefore, for smaller non-metal boats, provide sufficient
ground area (normally 30 m 2 or more).

• Connect all antenna grounds to the GND terminal of the antenna tuner.

• Refer to "Examples of antenna installations" in this manual for methods to install antennas.

Examples, particularly for transmitting antennas, of suitable and unsuitable grounds are described
below. In figure (a), the transmitting antenna, antenna tuner, radio, controller, and the user are
included as part of the radiating objective. Not only does this reduce efficiency, it also creates the
risk of electrocuting the user. Figure (b) shows an ideal example, in which the radiating objective
includes the transmitting antenna and the antenna tuner only.

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Transmitting antenna

* From this potential all


devices can become
antenna, i.e. there is a
chance of emissions
from the controller.

Antenna tuner Radio/controller

Poor ground line

Counterpoise
(RF ground)

a) Example of unsuitable antenna grounding

Transmission
送信アンテナ antenna

*※RFグラウンドに近いためコントロー
There are no emissions
from the controller because
ラなどからは輻射されない。
it is close to the RF ground.

Good ground
確実なアース アンテナ
Antenna tuner 無線機本体/
Radio/controller
チューナ コントローラ

Counterpoise
カウンタポイズ
(RF ground)
(RFグラウンド)

b) Example
b) of correct antenna grounding
適切なアンテナ接地例

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③ Cable layout
Refer to the interconnection diagrams in chapter 1, the external dimensions and equipment
overview in this chapter, and the following recommendations to install the cables.

• Keep the cables as short as possible.


Note) As mentioned above, the maximum allowable distances between the MF/HF transceiver
(NTD-2150) and the MF/HF controller (NCM-2150) and between the MF/HF transceiver
(NTD-2150) and the antenna tuner (NFC-2150) are 70 meters and 30meters,
respectively.

• Be sure to use twisted pair cable for control cables to connect the MF/HF transceiver
(NTD-2150), junction box (NQD-2253), connection box (NQD-2250), and the MF/HF controller
(NCM-2150).

• When cutting cables, allow enough slack to connect and disconnect them from the terminals and
move the equipment for maintenance.

• Install the cables as far as possible from the smokestack or things that are hot. Protect the
antenna cables with a heat shield if they might be exposed to hot gas from the smokestack.

• Keep the cables as far as possible from magnetic compasses. The minimum distance from a
magnetic compass is 2 meters for braided armor cables and 1 meter for other cables.

• Use TTYCS (twisted pair) cable wherever it is specified in the interconnection diagram, even
when replacing the radio equipment.

④ Equipment installation
Refer to the external dimensions and equipment overview in this chapter when installing the
equipment.

⑤ Wiring
Refer to the interconnection diagrams in chapter 1 and the external dimensions and equipment
overview in this chapter when wiring the equipment.
Note) After connecting the wires but before turning on the power, check cable connections, wires
to the terminals, and the connecting bar setting for the AC input voltage of the battery
charger (NBB-724).

Additionally, regarding initial settings and operation check, refer to the service manual.

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2.2 External dimensions and equipment overview

2.2.1 NTD-2150 MF/HF Transceiver

2.2.1.1 External dimensions and installation space

Installation hole

Unit: mm
Weight: Approx. 13 kg
Cable port
Color: N 1.5

Note
* indicates maintenance space.

Remarks: The above "MIN.40" on the top plate is necessary for the ventilation. Also, keep the
maintenance space e.g. to remove the top plate.

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2.2.1.2 Installation

(1) Bottom part and upper part (wiring)

The MF/HF transceiver has a bottom part and an upper part, refer to the following procedure to install
them. Refer to the information on wiring the electric cables and signal lines described later also.
Note 1: Install the upper part after wiring the power cables and signal lines.
Note 2: Refer to the following pages for information on installing the extension board
(CQD-2416) in the bottom part.

1. Loosen the 6 screws (M4), and remove the cover.

Cover

Screw

2. Rotate the top plate in the direction of the arrow and remove it.

Top plate

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3. Remove the cable. (3 locations)

Remove the screws

Cable

Remove the connectors

Cable(CQD-2416 in use)

Cable

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4. Loosen the 6 screws (M4), and then slide the upper part in the direction of the arrow to
remove it from the bottom part.

Upper part

Bottom part

Screw

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5. Fix the bottom part to the surface of the wall or floor with the 4 screws (M5).

Bottom part

Screw(4-M5)

6. Loosen one screw (M4) to remove the cable holder. Then connect the power cable to the
terminal block and fix it with a nylon band. Connect the armored wire to the TERMINAL and
EXTENSION BOARD and fix it with a nylon band.

Terminal block

View from arrow A

EXTENSION BOARD
Fix with nylon band

Cable holder

Screw
TERMINAL BOARD
Armored
wire Power cable

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7. Fix the cable holder with a screw (M4).

Screw

Cable holder

8. Fix the upper part to the bottom part with the 6 screws and connect the cable removed in
step 3.

Bottom part

Upper part
Screw

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9. Insert the top plate into the groove on the bottom part and rotate in the direction of the
arrow to insert into the upper part.

Top plate
Groove

10. Fix the cover with 4 screws (M4).

Cover

Screw

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(2) Installing the extension board (CQD-2416)

Install the extension board (CQD-2416) in the bottom part.

1. Loosen the 6 screws (M4), and remove the cover.

Cover

Screw

2. Rotate the top plate in the direction of the arrow and remove it.

Top plate

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3. Remove the cable. (2 locations)

Remove the screws

Cable

Remove the connector

Cable

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4. Loosen the 6 screws (M4), and then slide the upper part in the direction of the arrow to
remove it from the bottom part.

Upper part

Bottom part

Screw

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5. Fix the EXTENSION BOARD with the 7 screws (M3) and connect the cable.

6. Fix the upper part to the bottom part and connect the cable. (3 locations)

Cable

Upper part

Cable

Bottom part
Cable

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7. Insert the top plate into the groove on the bottom part and rotate in the direction of the
arrow to insert into the upper part.

Upper part

Top plate Bottom part

8. Fix the cover with 4 screws (M4).

Cover

Screw

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(3) Connecting the ground

Use a copper sheet 50 mm or more wide and between 0.4 to 1.5 mm thick as shown below to connect
the transceiver so the distance between the equipment and the ship is as short as possible.
Note) Prepare the copper sheet separately.

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2.2.1.3 Connecting the power cable

Make sure the transceiver's power is turned off at the breaker and the power supply is off before
connecting the power (DC24V) to the transceiver as shown below.
Note: Wire the power cables and signal lines before installing the upper part.

① When the bottom part installation is completed,


remove the cable holder from the power cable hole
next to the breaker.

② Insert the power cable through the back panel into the
Philips screwdriver
terminal board and use a Philips head screwdriver to
tighten the cable to the terminal. Be careful of the
terminal board's polarity ([-] [+] from the left) at
this time.

③ Replace the cable holder on the power cable.

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2.2.1.4 Connecting the signal lines

Connect the signal line to terminal TB11 - 14 on the terminal board (CQD-2415) or to terminal TB21 -
23 on the extension board (CQD-2416) as described below.

① Slide a thin flathead screwdriver all the way into the Flat-head
マイナスドライバ screw driver
slit as shown in the figure to the right and then insert
the signal line*.

*) Compatible wire sizes: 0.2 - 2.5 mm 2 Slit


スリット
(AWG 24~12)
Stripped length: 8 mm

Signal line port


信号線挿入口

② Remove the screwdriver and make sure that the


signal line is securely connected.

③ When the wiring is finished, secure the cables in a


bundle with the cable clamp. For more details, see
2.2.1.2 Installation.

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2.2.1.5 Terminal description

TB11 (CQD-2415)
Connection
No. Name Description
point
1 GND Ground for shielded connections
2 NC
(not used)
3 NC
4 DISP_LINE+ 600 Ω equalized, 0 dBm
5 DISP_LINE- AF receiver signal NCM-2150
_________________________
MF/HF
6 DISP_KEY PTT/KEY line controller
________________________

7 SYS_RST System reset line


8 RS-485-A
Interface for RS-485 communication (57.6kbps / 8bit/ none)
9 RS-485-B

TB12 (CQD-2415)
Connection
No. Name Description
point
10 DISP_PWR 24 VDC, maximum 3 A, MH/HF controller NCM-2150 dedicated
11 DISP_PWR power supply NCM-2150
12 GND MF/HF
Ground controller
13 GND
14 GND Ground for shielded connections

TB13 (CQD-2415)
Connection
No. Name Description
point
15 GPS_RX-A IEC61162-1 compliant, 4800 bps, receiving only
16 GPS_RX-B (NMEA0183 V1.5, V2.0, V2.3: GGA/GLL/RMC/GNS/ZDA) GPS
17 GND Ground for shielded connections
18 DC_OPE+ NBD-2150
Acknowledgement signal input when running on DC power
19 DC_OPE- AC/DC power
20 GND Ground for shielded connections supply
Power supply for running -BK circuit of external device
21 +BK
(+24 V, max. 0.5A) External radio,
BK acknowledgement signal between the equipment and weather FAX,
22 -BK
external device (I/O) etc.
23 GND Ground for shielded connections

TB14 (CQD-2415)
Connection
No. Name Description
point
___________

24 RBK Transmitter ON/OFF signal* for such as ANT switch (ON=L)


________________________

25 PA_MUTE Transmission inhibit signal (Inhibit=L)


26 ATU_RXD Serial receiving signal (4.8 kbps/7 bits/even/1 stop)
27 GND Serial receiving signal ground NFC-2150
28 ATU_24V Power for the antenna tuner (+24 V, max. 1A) antenna tuner
etc.
29 ANT_CURR Antenna current signal input
30 ATU_TXD Serial transmitting signal (4.8 kbps/7 bit/even/1 stop)
31 GND Serial transmitting signal ground
32 GND Ground for shielded connections
* After transmitting, the RBK keeps L output for 1 to 1800 seconds (factory default: 180 seconds).

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TB21 (CQD-2416)
Connection
No. Name Description
point
33 DMC_OAL Others reception alarm signal output (NCH-321A is not used)
34 DMC_OAS Others reception alarm stop signal input (NCH-321A is not used)
35 DMC_SEL Device selection/distress message transmit stop signal input
36 DMC_DRQ Distress alert request signal input
NCH-321A
37 GND Ground Distress
38 DMC_PWR Common power supply output (+10V, max. 100 mA) message
39 DMC_RDY Device selection ready signal output controller
etc.
40 DMC_DRA Distress-alert-request ACK signal output
41 DMC_DAL Distress message reception alarm signal output
42 DMC_DAS Distress reception alarm stop signal input (NCH-321A is not used)
43 GND Ground for shielded connections

TB22 (CQD-2416)
Connection
No. Name Description
point
44 RMS_TX-A IEC61162-1 compliant, 4800 bps, transmitting only
45 RMS_TX-B Output for remote maintenance system RMS
46 GND Ground for shielded connections
47 AME_TX-A IEC61162-1 compliant, 4800 bps, transmitting only
48 AME_TX-B
49 AME_RX-A IEC61162-1 compliant, 4800 bps, receiving only AME
50 AME_RX-B
51 GND Ground for shielded connections
52 422_RX-A
IEC61162-1 compliant, 4800 bps, receiving only
53 422_RX-B Not used
54 NC Ground for shielded connections

TB23 (CQD-2416)
Connection
No. Name Description
point
55 LINE_OUT+
Receiving signal output (600 Ω equalized, 0 dBm)
56 LINE_OUT-
Selcall or other
57 LINE_IN+
Transmitting signal input (600 Ω equalized, 0 dBm) external device
58 LINE_IN-
59 GND Ground for shielded connections
60 EXT_KEY External transmission request signal (Transmit=L) External device
61 SEL_BK Selcall transmission request signal (Transmit=L)
Selcall device
62 GND Ground for shielded connections
63 R_CONT+ Inmarsat-C power on permission signal on a battery operation
64 R_CONT- * Set either Dual or Single on menu F1.2.4.2 BATT use set. Inmarsat-C
65 GND Ground for shielded connections

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2.2.2 NCM-2150 MF/HF Controller

2.2.2.1 External dimensions and installation space

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2.2.2.2 Installation

(1) RS-485 signal line terminator settings

The RS-485 lines are used for signals between the NTD-2150 MF/HF transceiver and the NCM-2150
MF/HF controller, so terminators must be placed on the first and last units. If there is only one MF/HF
controller this setting is not necessary because the load is terminated (on) at the MF/HF controller at
the factory. However, if there are 2 MF/HF controllers connected, the terminator on the unit nearest the
transceiver must be turned off.

To set the terminator to on or off, after checking that the breaker on the MF/HF transceiver (NTD-2150)
is turned off, remove the back cover (shaded area in diagram) and short the TB101 jumper pin on the
CMV-3775 AF CONT UNIT appropriately as below.

TB101
1 2 3
Terminate
ON

TB101
1 2 3
Terminate
OFF

Note1. This termination also can be set on the CQD-2250 CONNECTION BOARD of the NQD-2250
Connection box. However do not set the both of the terminators to ON or OFF carelessly.

Note2. If the NKG-800 printer is installed, also set the printer power to DC24V for the NKG-800 while
opening the back cover as mentioned above. Regarding the NKG-800 printer power setting,
see the section of the NKG-800 printer.

Note3. Do not change the setting of the dip switch (S301) on the AF CONT UNIT (CMV-3775).

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(2) Installation using the mounting bracket (MPBX44354)

Refer to the following diagram to use the mounting bracket.

Spacer

Double-sided tape

Spacer

Knob bolt

Knob bolt

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(3) Installation on the console (embedded)

Installation hardware is not needed when embedding the controller in the console because the screws
on the back of the MF/HF controller are used.
Refer to the following diagram to cut holes in the console panel and install the MF/HF controller.

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(4) Installation using the flush mounting bracket (MPBC42957)

Refer to the following diagram to use the flush mounting bracket.

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2.2.2.3 Supplementary materials

(1) CW keyer terminal

When use a CW keyer, insert the key plug to the jack of the controller front panel (Φ3.5mm mini-plug).

key jack for Φ3.5mm mini plug)

(2) Connecting an external speaker

CAUTION
Do not short the lines of the mini plug. Doing so may cause malfunction.

Use the SP jack (Φ 3.5-mm mini-plug) on the back of the controller to connect an external speaker as
shown below.

• Use speakers that are rated for 5 W or more and have an impedance of 8 Ω or more.
• When the mini-plug is inserted the output from the internal loudspeaker is turned off.

Φ3.5-mm mini-plug

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(3) Information

The red covered connector (Dsub-9 male) on the rear of the controller includes DC24V output pins.
Do not remove the cover except to use an external modem and so on. If the cover is always removed
and the power lines are shorted, it may cause a malfunction.

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2.2.3 NQW-261 Handset

2.2.3.1 External dimensions

Unit: mm
Mass: Approx. 0.4 kg (handset only)
Approx. 0.5 kg (including cradle)
Color: Black

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2.2.3.2 Building the connector for the handset

Step 1. Stripping Step 5. * Insert the lock nut (8) into the housing term inal.
* The solder cable (6) is divided to contact positions in the housing
* Insert the O-ring (7) onto the front end of the housing.

Step 2. Insert seal ( 4) into the back half of the clam p ring (3).

Step 6. Screw the front of clamp ring (3) all the way onto the end of the
housing (1).

Step 3. Insert gask et (2) into the front half of the clam p ring (4).

Step 7. Screw sealing nut (5) onto the end of the clam p ring (3).
Tighten b y hand or with a tool.

Step 4. Insert the stripped cable into the sealing nut (2) and the clam p
ring (2).

Caution: 1. Ass'y tool (cap) can be substituted as the mating connector.


2. Ass'y hand tools (cap & wrench) must be purchased separately.

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2.2.4 NQD-2250 Connection Box

2.2.4.1 External dimensions

Unit: mm
Mass: Approx. 0.6 kg
Color: Munsell N4 equivalent

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2.2.4.2 Installation
Refer to the following diagram to install the connection box.

1. Remove the 4 screws (M4) holding the cover to the main unit and remove the

Cover

Main

Screw

2. Fix the main unit to the wall with 4 screws (M4) and wire the terminal
bl k

Screw
Termina
l block

Screw

3. Fix the cables to the main unit with nylon bands, and then fix the cover to the main
unit with 4 screws (M4).

Nylon band

Screw

Cable

Note) When terminating the RS-485 lines at the NQD-2250 connection TB4
1 2 3
box, set the TB4 jumper pins appropriately as shown at right. Terminate
ON

TB4
1 2 3
Terminate
OFF

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2.2.4.3 Connecting the signal lines


Use the following method to connect the signal lines to terminals TB1 - 2, TB 11 - 12, and TB21 - 22 on
the CQD-2250 connection board in the connection box.
Note: Connections on the terminal board of the transceiver are the same.

① Slide a thin flathead screwdriver all the way into the Flathead
マイナスドライバscrewdriver
slit as shown in the figure at the right and then insert
the signal line*.

*) Compatible wire sizes: 0.2 - 2.5 mm 2 スリット


Slit
(AWG 24~12)
Stripped length: 8 mm

Signal line port


信号線挿入口

② Remove the screwdriver and make sure that the


signal line is securely connected.

③ When the wiring is finished, secure the cables in a


bundle with the cable clamp.

Nylon band

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2.2.4.4 Terminal description

TB1 - TB2 (CONTROLLER)


Connection
No. Name Description
point
1 GND Ground for shielded connections
2 NC
(Not used)
3 NC
4 DISP_LINE+ 600 Ω equalized, 0 dBm
5 DISP_LINE- AF receiver signal
6 DISP_KEY PTT/KEY line
NCM-2150
7 SYS_RST System reset line MF/HF
8 RS-485-A controller
Interface for RS-485 communication (57.6 kbps)
9 RS-485-B (No. 1)
10 DISP_PWR 24 VDC, maximum 3 A,
11 DISP_PWR MH/HF controller NCM-2150 dedicated power supply
12 GND
Ground
13 GND
14 GND Ground for shielded connections

TB11 - TB12 (EXTENSION 1) *Transceiver terminal


Connection
No. Name Description
point
1 GND Ground for shielded connections
2 NC
(Not used)
3 NC
4 DISP_LINE+ 600 Ω equalized, 0 dBm
5 DISP_LINE- AF receiver signal
6 DISP_KEY PTT/KEY line
7 SYS_RST System reset line CQD-2415
8 RS-485-A terminal unit
Interface for RS-485 communication (57.6 kbps)
9 RS-485-B
10 DISP_PWR 24 VDC, maximum 3 A,
11 DISP_PWR MH/HF controller NCM-2150 dedicated power supply
12 GND
Ground
13 GND
14 GND Ground for shielded connections

TB21 - TB22 (EXTENSION 2) *Expansion controller terminal


Connection
No. Name Description
point
1 GND Ground for shielded connections
2 NC
(Not used)
3 NC
4 DISP_LINE+ 600 Ω equalized, 0 dBm
5 DISP_LINE- AF receiver signal
6 DISP_KEY PTT/KEY line
NCM-2150
7 SYS_RST System reset line MF/HF
8 RS-485-A controller
Interface for RS-485 communication (57.6 kbps)
9 RS-485-B (No. 2)
10 DISP_PWR 24 VDC, maximum 3 A,
11 DISP_PWR MH/HF controller NCM-2150 dedicated power supply
12 GND
Ground
13 GND
14 GND Ground for shielded connections

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2.2.5 NDZ-227 Data Terminal

2.2.5.1 External dimensions and installation space

Unit: mm
Weight: Approx. 2.0 kg
Color: N 4

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2.2.5.2 Data terminal installation

(1) Installation using the mounting bracket (MPBP31721)

Refer to the following diagram to use the mounting bracket.

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(2) Installation on the console (embedded)

Installation hardware is not needed when embedding the data terminal in the console. Remove the
covers on the four corners and install using screws. Then restore the four corners.

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2.2.5.3 Wiring the power cable and the signal cable

When connecting the NDZ-227 Data terminal to the controller, particularly regarding that power, use
the printer power terminal of the controller after setting to DC24V as follows.

① Remove the back cover (shaded


area in diagram) and use the AF
CONT UNIT (CMV-3775) jumper
pin (TB1) to set the terminator to
2-3 side (DISP_PWR).

TB1
② Restore the cover removed at ①
so as not to catch cables.

③ Remove the cover over the printer


power source. Then connect the

Serial connector cover DTE connection cable and the


Printer power cover DTE power cable.
After connecting the power cable,
fix it with the cable clamp and
replace the cover over the printer
power source.

Cable clamp

DC OUT

11mm

+ -
7ZCJD0388

7ZCJD0419

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2.2.6 NDF-369 Keyboard

2.2.6.1 External dimensions and installation space

Unit: mm
Weight: Approx. 0.4 kg
Color: Beige

Note: When installing the NDF-369 keyboard, fix it with the Velcro attached to the bottom.

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2.2.7 NFC-2150 Antenna Tuner

CAUTION
Locate the antenna tuner, TX antenna and lead-in wire in locations as far as
possible from people and surrounding structures to satisfy the following
conditions.
• Far at least 30cm beyond anyone’s reach.
• Low vibration.
• Good ventilation and drainage.
• Protected from water (for above deck installation).
• Not exposed to smoke or corrosive gasses from the smokestack.
• Not exposed to heat.
• Protected from icing.

2.2.7.1 External dimensions and installation space

Unit: mm
Mass: Approx. 3.3 kg

Antenna insulator

Ventilation tube

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2.2.7.2 Antenna tuner installation


Refer to the following diagrams for the antenna tuner installation. Furthermore for this installation,
normally use the feeder kit (6ZPKD00073) and the installation materials (6ZPKD00074) mentioned on
the next pages.

To antenna

Tension absorbing
insulator

Service mounting
bracket
Ship wall

Min. 50
2-M6.2
MPTG32066B
Mounting bracket
Antenna terminal (DOCK supply)
408

Earth plate
6ZPKD00084
Earth terminal *
(Welding)
RF cable
7ZCJD0045

Control cable Ventilation tube


Min. 1000

RG-10/UY

NQD-2253
JUNCTION BOX Mounting bracket
(DOCK supply)

TTYCYS-4 4-M8

Cable ground Cable ground


(DOCK supply) (DOCK supply)

Earth plate (6ZPKD00084) UNIT [mm]


Width : 50
Length : 350
Thickness : 0.3
* Earth terminal
90

130

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List Name DWG. NO


Components list for attached parts
Feeder Kit 6ZPKD00073

ITEM NAME OF OUTLINE TYPE


Q’TY JRC CODE NO.
NO. PART (DIMENSION IN M/M) ( DESCRIPTION )

12

1 Insulator 3 NG-159A MPNG00069


148
190

2 Shackle 6 BP-O-58 MPXP0023W

3 Thimble 3 - BRXP00845

4 Wire Clip 16 PBC-3 BRBP00043

5 Shackle 3 - BRXP0016W

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List Name DWG. NO


Components list for accessories
Installation Materials 6ZPKD00074

ITEM NAME OF OUTLINE TYPE


Q’TY JRC CODE NO.
NO. PART (DIMENSION IN M/M) ( DESCRIPTION )

90
400
Earth
1 4 - 6ZPKD00084

130

51
Terminal
IRON COPPER

M8 3

50
2 Earth Bolt 3 - 6ZPKD00083
25 30

50
3 Earth Plate 2 - 6ZZKD01031
1200
COPPER 0.3t

φ6.4

4 Thermit 5 22-6 5JTCD00184


7.7
φ

φ13.0

5 Thermit 2 22-12 5JTAD00023


7.7
φ

φ6
Stand-off
φ30

71
59

6 2 SK-70 BRNG00153
Insulator
45 70

BP-0-59-3 2 BP-O-59-3 MTB6991W


BP-0-59-4
7 Clamp

15 2 BP-O-59-4 MTB6992W
32

Coaxial
φ19

8 5 MP-7 5JAAQ00005
Connector
40
φ19

Coaxial
9 2 M-A-JJ 5JAAA02241
Adopter
29

Antenna
10 - 3m PE-19/1.0 6ZCKD00131
Wire

11 Earth Wire - 5m 37/0.26 2265191794

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2.2.7.3 Cable processing

(1) Antenna tuner connections

100mm
70mm

Control cable RF cable


RFケーブル
Fix the cable after
ケーブル長を調整 (7ZCJD0045)
(7ZCJD0045)
adjusting the length.
後に固定する。

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(2) RF relay cable connections

Preparing tools: Cut the coating M-type coaxial connector


Coaxial cable
▸ Soldering iron (60 - 80 W)
▸ Pb-free solder
▸ Knife (for coating/ insulation)
▸ Scissors (for the shield)
Apply solder
▸ Tester

Shield

Cut the shielding


and insulation

First insert this part of


the connector Next, insert this part.

Center wire

Apply solder

Remarks: Do not melt the insulation inside.

Finished
* Finally check the
insulation resistance
between the center
wire and the shielding.

Note: When connecting the relay cable between the RF cable (7ZCJD0045) and the transceiver, use
self-fusing tape to seal the connectors and wrap vinyl tape on top of that.
Antenna tuner

After mating the connectors, seal


them with self-fusing tape, and then
wrap vinyl tape over them.

Wrap
Self fusing tape:
Wrap at least 5 times,
covering each layer half-way.

Vinyl tape:
Wrap at least 3 times,
covering each layer halfway.

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2.2.7.4 Wiring the control signal lines

(1) Antenna tuner terminal

Use a flathead screwdriver to connect the signal lines as shown below.


① Loosen the screw with the screwdriver.
② Insert the control signal line.
(Compatible wire sizes: 0.1 ~ 1.5 mm 2 (AWG 30~14), stripped length: 6 mm)
③ Tighten the screw with the screwdriver to fix the signal line.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

TB2 TB1
RF GND RF IN
TB201

TB202
CONTROL GND

銅板
Copper plate
Width: 50 mm or more
幅:  50mm以上
厚さ: 0.4mm以上
Thickness: 0.4 mm or more

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(2) Junction box terminal

When using a junction box (NQD-2253) connect the signal lines as shown below.

Antenna tuner
Provided cable
Corresponding cable:φ8.5 ~ φ10.5

Cable gland 15b


NQD-2253 JUNCTION BOX

2
Vinyl electrical wire 7 wires/0.45 mm or more

Twist the shield and solder to vinyl wire.

Cable gland 30a


Corresponding cable:φ18.5 ~ φ20.5

TTYCYS-4

Transceiver

Antenna tuner
control cable

CQD-2415 TERMINAL UNIT


Terminal no.

PNK 24
YEL 25
WHT 26
BLK 27
RED 28
GRY 29
GRN 30
BRN 31
GND 32

Terminal block in the NQD-2253

TTYCYS-4
(To transceiver)

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2.2.7.5 Example of antenna installation


Refer to the following diagrams for antenna installation for various types of antennas and ships.

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2.2.8 NQD-2253 Junction Box

2.2.8.1 External dimensions

Unit: mm
Mass: Approx. 1.2 kg

Note) For details of this junction box, refer to the above section.

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2.2.9 NBD-2150 AC/DC Power Supply

2.2.9.1 External dimensions

Unit: mm
Weight: Approx. 9.8 kg

CAUTION: The rack mount kit (7ZZJD0072) is needed for rack mounting. Additionally, when
mounting it, always use the dedicated screws in the mount kit.

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2.2.9.2 Connecting the signal lines


To wire the AC/DC power supply (NBD-2150), remove the top plate from the back of the main unit and
connect the wires to the terminal board as shown below. When wiring is finished, secure the wires in
bundles with a cable clamp.

Caution: Before connecting the wires, check the DC polarity (+/-) on the label of the terminal.

Wire clamp

DC24V OUT DC24V IN DC OPE AC IN


- + - - + + + - FG (N) (R)
7ZCJD0348

TTYCS-1
DPYC-10

DPYC-16

NTD-2150 NBB-724 NTD-2150 AC110V/


(TB101) BATT OUT (TB13) AC220V
2 1 18 19 20 U V

2.2.9.3 Setting the AC input voltage (110 VAC/220 VAC)


The AC/DC power supply (NBD-2150) is build to wide-range specifications so the AC input voltage
does not need to be set.

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2.2.10 NBB-724 Battery Charger

2.2.10.1 External dimensions and installation space


To use the bottom bracket to install the charger, install it as shown below using the bottom bracket
provided.

Bottom
bracket
(provided)

Unit: mm
Mass: Approx. 12.0 kg

Note: The rack mount kit (7ZZJD0073) is needed for rack mounting.

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2.2.10.2 Connecting the signal lines


Use the specialized cables as shown below to connect the charger (NBB-724).

BATT BATT OUT AC IN


7ZCJD0349

7ZCJD0348

7ZCJD0347
Battery
NBD-2150 AC110V/
DC24V
DC24V IN AC220V
200Ah

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2.2.10.3 Setting the AC input voltage (110 VAC/220 VAC)


Open the cover on the back panel indicated by the arrow in the drawing and use the short plug to
switch the AC input voltage according to the setup manual provided. The factory setting is 220 VAC.

Termin al block

After setting the AC input voltage, remove the appropriate label for the input voltage from the voltage
switching tag ((1) on the following page) and stick it in the box on the voltage label ((2) on the following
page).

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(2)
② Voltage display label
電圧表示ラベル

(1)
① Voltage
電圧切替タグswitching tab

Cut out

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2.2.10.4 Setting the battery charging voltage


The charger (NBB-724) is set at the factory for lead acid batteries. To use other types of batteries, set
it as shown below.

Reference: Battery types and charging voltages


Type Model number Floating charge voltage Equalizing charge voltage
Lead SS-200 26.2 V 29.4 V
Lead (sealed) MSE 26.8 V 26.8 V
Alkali AM-P 28.4 V 30.4 V

Factory default setting

① Open the blank panel indicated by the arrow in the diagram below.

② Turn the AC and DC breakers on. Check that the FLOAT lamp is lit to confirm floating charge
mode is on.

Note:
• An alarm sounds if the AC breaker is turned on before the BATT breaker, this is not a
malfunction, it happens because the charger alarm function detects that the BATT
breaker is off.
• If the BATT breaker is turned on while no battery is connected or the poles are
reversed, an internal protection circuit trips the BATT breaker.

③ Use the voltmeter on the panel to check the charger's voltage as you turn the control RV2
inside the blank panel to set the floating charge voltage for the battery being used.

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④ After setting the floating charge voltage, move switch SW2 up to light the EQUAL lamp shown
below, to turn on equalizing charge mode.
Caution: Equalizing charge mode can be turned on by using the CHARGE switch on the
panel, but if the charge voltage goes below 3A it automatically returns to float
charge.

⑤ Use the voltmeter on the panel to check the charger's voltage as you turn the control RV3
inside the blank panel to set the equalizing charge voltage for the battery being used.

⑥ After finishing the settings, move switch SW2 down (floating charge mode), and then replace
the blank panel.

2.2.10.5 Prohibiting equalizing charge


Because equalizing charge is unnecessary for lead sealed batteries, set the floating charge voltage
and the equalizing charge voltage to 26.8 V, and then move switch SW5 up as indicated by the arrow
below, inside the blank panel to prohibit equalizing charge (CHARGE switch is disabled).

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2.2.10.6 Details on switches and controls in the blank panel


Functions and explanations of switches and controls in the blank panel are shown below.

Factory
No. Functions Setting Status after configuration
default
Equalizing charge timer Up Normal setting (timeout 10 h) z
SW1
(for factory testing) Down Test setting (timeout 10 sec)
Floating/equalizing charge voltage Up Equalizing charge voltage mode
SW2
switching (for voltage adjustment) Down Floating charge voltage mode z
Up Disabled
SW3 Over discharge prevention Enabled
Down (BATT breaker tripped at 19.5 V or less)
z
Up Enabled
SW4 BATT HI/LOW TEMP input control
Down Disabled z
Prohibit equalizing charge Up Enabled
SW5
(CHARGE SW operation prohibited) Down Disabled z
Up Disabled
SW6 Detect BATT connection Enabled
Down (detects disconnected or reversed connections)
z

¾ SW1 Equalizing charge timer (Remarks: Do not operate this switch.)


With the standard settings, when equalizing charge mode is set with the panel's CHARGE
switch, the device automatically returns to floating charge mode after 10 hours. Also, when
the equalizing charge current is less than 3 A, the device automatically returns to floating
charge mode.

¾ SW2 Floating/equalizing charge voltage switching


Used to switch the charging mode when adjusting the floating charge voltage and the
equalizing charge voltage for the battery connected.

¾ SW3 Over discharge prevention (Remarks: Do not operate this switch.)


When enabled, the BATT breaker is tripped when the battery voltage is less than 19.5 V.
Note 1: Functions only during discharge.
Note 2: Does not operate for momentary (approx 0.1sec or less) voltage fluctuations
from surges when starting the device.

¾ SW4 BATT HI/LOW TEMP input control


When this switch is enabled and a battery temperature detection signal *1 is connected to the
accessory terminal (described later) BATT HI TEMP or BATT LOW TEMP terminal, charging
voltage is output according to the input battery temperature (high or low).
*1. Output signal of the thermal lead switch attached to the battery.

¾ SW5 Prohibit equalizing charge


When enabled, the panel's CHARGE switch is disabled. Used to prohibit equalizing charge of
a lead sealed battery.

¾ SW6 Detect BATT connection (Remarks: Do not operate this switch.)


When enabled, if the battery is connected in reverse or a battery is not connected, the
protection circuit trips the BATT breaker.

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No. Functions Factory setting

RV2 Floating charge voltage adjustment control 26.2 V

RV3 Equalizing charge voltage adjustment control 29.4 V

RV4 Charging voltage adjustment control when BATT LOW TEMP detected 27.5 V

RV5 Charging voltage adjustment control when BATT HI TEMP detected 25.3 V

¾ RV2 Floating charge voltage adjustment control


Used when adjusting the floating charge voltage.

¾ RV3 Equalizing charge voltage adjustment control


Used when adjusting the equalizing charge voltage.

¾ RV4 Charging voltage adjustment control when BATT LOW TEMP detected
Used to adjust the higher charging voltage output to prevent insufficient charging when low
temperatures are detected on the battery.

Detecting low battery temperatures and adjusting charging voltage)


① Flip SW4 up to enable BATT HI/LOW TEMP input control.
② Short-circuit accessory terminal BATT LOW TEMP #11 (+) and #12 (-).
③ Adjust RV5 to the appropriate value. (Adjustment range: 26 to 28 V)
④ Disconnect the BATT LOW TEMP short, and connect the signal line of the thermal lead
switch used for low temperature detection on the battery to that terminal.

¾ RV5 Charging voltage adjustment control when BATT HI TEMP detected


Used to adjust the lower charging voltage output to control temperature increases when high
temperatures are detected on the battery.

Detecting high battery temperatures and adjusting charging voltage)


① Flip SW4 up to enable BATT HI/LOW TEMP input control.
② Short-circuit accessory terminal BATT HI TEMP #9 (+) and #10 (-).
③ Adjust RV4 to the appropriate value. (Adjustment range: 24 to 26 V)
④ Disconnect the BATT HI TEMP short, and connect the signal line of the thermal lead
switch used for high temperature detection on the battery to that terminal.

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2.2.10.7 Accessory terminals


Functions and explanations of the accessory terminal located on the back panel are shown below.

No. Name Description

1 BATT VOLT (+)


BATT OUT voltage monitor output (max. 1.0 A)
2 BATT VOLT (-)

3 BATT CURR (+)


Outputs voltage proportional to the charge and discharge voltage as
an analog value
4 BATT CURR (-)

5 DC OPE Outputs as open collector when AC power is off (max. 24 V, 200 mA)
Outputs as open collector when a charging alarm occurs
6 CHG ALARM
(max. 24 V, 200 mA)
Outputs as open collector when a low voltage alarm occurs
7 BATT LOW VOLT
(max. 24 V, 200 mA)
8 GND GND

9 BATT HI TEMP (+) Input terminal for the thermal lead switch* signal for high temperature
detection attached to the battery
10 BATT HI TEMP (-) *35MLR, 40MLR, 45MLR, 50MLR, and 55MLR can be connected

11 BATT LOW TEMP (+) Input terminal for the thermal lead switch* signal for low temperature
detection attached to the battery
12 BATT LOW TEMP (-) *5BLR can be connected

2.2.10.8 Other functions (protection circuit)

¾ Charging warning function


When the AC breaker is on and the BATT breaker is off, the FLOAT/EQUAL LED goes out, the
CHG ALARM LED lights, and a buzzer sounds.
* Auto recovery when the BATT breaker is on.

¾ Over voltage detection function


Functions only when charging. When the BATT voltage is +34 V, the connection between the
charging circuit and the battery is automatically broken. Also, the FLOAT/EQUAL LED goes
out, the CHG ALARM LED lights, and a buzzer sounds.
* Recovered by turning the AC breaker off and then on.

¾ Temperature monitoring function 1


When a high temperature of over 60 C is detected on the circuit, the FAN starts cooling.
* The FAN automatically turns off when the temperature decreases.

¾ Temperature monitoring function 2


When a high temperature of over 80 C is detected on the circuit, the charging circuit stops.
Also, the FLOAT/EQUAL LED goes out, the CHG ALARM LED lights, and a buzzer sounds.
* Auto recovery after temperature decreases.

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¾ Low voltage detection function


When a drop in battery voltage (21.5 V or less) is detected, the BATT LOW VOLT LED lights
and a buzzer sounds. Does not operate for momentary voltage fluctuations from sudden
currents when starting the device due to 0.1 to 0.5 second hysteresis.
* Auto recovery when the battery voltage goes above 23.5 V.

¾ Charging circuit
When the battery voltage is less than 18 V, voltage is reduced due to the fold-back type
drooping characteristic, regardless of the charging mode (float or equalized).

¾ AC input over voltage protection


When an AC input of over AC 135 V (100 V setting) or AC 270 V (220 V setting) is detected,
the AC breaker is tripped.

¾ DC input over voltage protection


When a BATT input of over DC 36 V is detected, the BATT breaker is tripped.

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2.2.11 NKG-91 Printer

2.2.11.1 External dimensions and installation when attached to a wall

(1) External dimensions (using MPBP31446)

Installation hole

Wiring hole (back)

Wiring hole (side)

Unit: mm
Mass: Approx. 1.5 kg
Color: Munsell N4

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(2) Installation

Use the MPBP31446 and refer to the diagram below to install it.

M4 screw

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2.2.11.2 External dimensions and installation for a flush mount

(1) External dimensions

Unit: mm
Mass: Approx. 0.8 kg
Color: Munsell N4

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(2) Installation

Refer to the diagram below during installation.

Installation hole

(Unit: mm)

Installation side cut dimensions

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2.2.11.3 Connecting the signal lines

• Back of NKG-91 main unit


Connector terminal wiring example for power source
No. Signal name Direction Functions
DC +
1 DC + Input
power source
DC -
2 DC - Input
Serial connector power source
3 E - Ground

緑 Black
Green 黒 Red

3 2 1
Power connector (6.5 V)
Printer cable:
7ZCJD0254A
(1.5 m)

Printer power cable:


DPYC-1.5
or
MVVS-20/0.18*2-6.5P-(8)

• Back of MF/HF controller (NCM-2150)

Serial connector cover Remove the serial connector cover and the cover
Printer power cover over the printer power source. Then connect the
printer connection cable and the printer power cable.
After connecting the power cable, fix it with the cable
clamp and replace the cover over the printer power
source.
Note) When the NKG-91 is installed, set the
printer power supply to 6.5V (factory
Cable clamp default). For details of the printer power
supply setting, see the NKG-800 section.

DC 6.5 V
max. 2 A
(for printer)

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2.2.12 DPU-414 Printer (desktop type)

2.2.12.1 External dimensions and installation space

Velcro
(Provided)

Unit: mm
Mass: Approx. 0.6 kg
Color: Ivory

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2.2.12.2 Connecting to the MF/HF controller

To connect the DPU-414 to the MF/HF controller* via the serial cable (7ZCJD0254A), set the DIP SW1-1 to OFF.
* If connecting to the NDZ-227 Data terminal, set the internal DIP SW1-1 to ON and SW2-1 to OFF, and then
connect the printer cable (7ZCSC0205A) to the PARALLEL connector on the back of the DPU-414.

• Back of DPU-414

Printer cable Printer power cable


GND
DC 6.5 V, 2 A
+ -
Printer cable:
7ZCJD0254A
(1.5 m)

Printer power cable:


7ZCJD0257C (1.5 m)

• Back of MF/HF controller (NCM-2150)


Remove the serial connector cover and the cover
Serial connector cover over the printer power source. Then connect the
Printer power cover printer connection cable and the printer power cable.
After connecting the power cable, fix it with the cable
clamp and replace the cover over the printer power
source.
Note) When the DPU-414 is installed, set the
printer power supply to 6.5V (factory
default). For details of the printer power
Cable clamp supply setting, see the NKG-800 section.

DC 6.5 V
max. 2 A
(for printer)

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2.2.13 NKG-800 Printer (Centronics compliant/desktop type)

2.2.13.1 External dimensions and installation space

Over
以上
150
150

430
430以上
Over
280
380 19

500
500以上
40
45

Over
193

108

65 31
150
Over
280
50 380 150
以上
376
Over
150
150
以上

Unit: mm
Mass: Approx. 3.7 kg

Note: When installing the NKG-800 printer, fix it with the Velcro attached to the bottom.

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2.2.13.2 Connecting to the MF/HF controller

To connect to the MF/HF controller*, set the printer power and connect cables as follows.
* To connect to the NDZ-227 Data terminal, use the printer cable (7ZCSC0205A).

• Back of MF/HF controller (NCM-2150)


When connecting the NKG-800 printer to the controller, set the printer power of the controller to
DC24V as follows.
① Remove the back cover (shaded
area in diagram) and use the AF
CONT UNIT (CMV-3775) jumper pin
(TB1) to set the terminator to 2-3
side (DISP_PWR)

TB1
② Restore the cover removed at ①
so as not to catch cables.
③ Remove the cover over the printer
power source. Then connect the
Printer power cover
プリンタ電源カバー
printer connection cable and the
printer power cable.
After connecting the power cable,
Parallel printer signal
パラレルプリンタ信号
(Centronics I/F)
(セントロニクスI/F)
fix it with the cable clamp and
replace the cover over the printer
power source.

Cable clamp
ケーブルクランプ

DC OUT

DC6.5V
DC24V
(Common
最大2A to the
system power)
(プリンタ専用)

11mm

+ -

6ZCSC00407 6JNKD00100B

• Back of the NKG-800

Power cable

Printer connection cable

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2.2.13.3 Setting the DIP switch


When connecting the printer (NKG-800) to the JSS-2150, set the DIP switches as follows.

① Open the printer cover, remove the ink ribbon cartridge, and use your hand to move the print
head to the far right.

Print head

② Grab the protrusion on the compartment cover and remove by sliding it to the left.

Compartment cover

③ Turn all the DIP switches off.


Note: Set the NKG-800 DIP switches as follows according to the device it is connected to.

Connected device DIP switch setting


NCM-2150 (JSS-2150)
NCT-196(N)/ NDZ-127J (JSS-x96)
NCT-620D (JSS-825D)

NCH-851/852 (JSS-850)
NCH-1961/1962 (JSS-x96)
NDZ-127C (JUE-75C)

NDZ-127N (JSS-825NA/NC)

④ Replace the parts described above and the cover.

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To WKR MOMEM UINT
1 5 10 15 20 25 1 5 10 15 20 1 5 10 15 20
RX_IN
GND
NC
NC
DISP_LINE+
20 15 10 5 1 20 15 10 5 1
DISP_LINE-
DISP_KEY
SYS_RST
RS-485-A
MODMEM_PWR RS-485-B
MODMEM_PWR DISP_PWR
MODMEM_PWR DISP_PWR
TRX_PWR GND
TRX_PWR GND
TRX_PWR GND
TRX_PWR GPS_RX-A
GND GPS_RX-B
GND GND
GND DC_OPE+
RX_OUT DISP_LINE+ DC_OPE-
DISP_LINE- GND
SYS_RST +BK
DISP_KEY -BK
GND GND
RS-485-A RBK
RS-485-B PA_MUTE
GND ATU_RXD
GPS_RX-A GND
GPS_RX-B ATU_24V
GND ANT_CURR
LINE_OUT+ ATU_TXD
WKR_RX_IN LINE_OUT- GND
GND GND
LINE_IN+
LINE_IN-
GND
NC EXT_KEY
RXD SEL_BK
TXD -BK_IN
DTR BK_OUT
GND HF
10 1
DSR PA_MUTE
RTS ATU_RXD
CTS GND
NC ANT_CURR
GND
ATU_TXD
DC 1 10
PA_PWR
PA_PWR
24V_DC
24V_DC
GND
GND
BK_ERR DMC_OAL
RBK DMC_OAS
RBK DMC_SEL
RBK DMC_DRQ
RBK GND
DMC_PWR
DMC_RDY
DMC_DRA
RF_IN DMC_DAL
1 2 1 2 DMC_DAS
GND
RMS_TX-A
RMS_TX-B
GND
B2 B1 AME_TX-A
AME_TX-B
AME_RX-A
AME_RX-B
GND
422_RX-A
422_RX-B
NC
LINE_OUT+
2 10 20
LINE_OUT-
LINE_IN+
1 9 19
LINE_IN-
GND
EXT_KEY
SEL_BK
GND
WKR_RX
R_CONT+
_OUT
R_CONT-
GND
WKR_RX
_ANT
PA24V+
24V_DC
PA24V- GND
10V_DC
GND
DC24V- IN 24v-
25 20 15 10 5 1
DC24V+ IN 24V+
To TRX UNIT
NTD-2150 MF/HF TRANSCEIVER 3.1.1
3.1 Block diagram
3. APPENDIX
APPENDIX
3-2
PT KEY BIAS 2 L.P.F BLOCK
PA BIAS

ATT BLOCK
KEY BIAS1
RF OUT
3.1.2
PRE AMP PRE DA DA PA SWR
RF IN (1.6MHz~27.5MHz)
ATT SENSOR
APPENDIX

(1.6MHz~27.5MHz) 2SC5337 RD16HHF1 RD16HHF1×2 2SC2510A×2 &


ATT1~ATT9 ALM Ckt
WKR RX IN

RELAY
RELAY
(512step)
K ANT PA
9V
TEMP 11.4-19.0MHz
SENSOR LPF2-LPF6
Vc/Ic
PT SENSOR & ALM Ckt
TD62003
PRE PWR 50Ω

AVR PA9V K RX OUT

IC

VC
ALM RST
3to8
AVR PA5V
SERIAL DEC
A/D 74VHC238 RX ANT
PT
PA PWR
PT PT PT
RX OUT
PA24V
PA TEMP
CAH-2415 PA UNIT

OC/LOAD
RF VR
ALM RST
PA BLOCK RF VF
SES IN/OUT/CLK CS
A/D
ANT CURR
ATT1~ATT9
RBK ERR PA TEMP
PT PA ON CONT BLOCK
SYS RST PA BIAS
TLP181GR OC A

AND
ANT TX
LOAD ALM
PT DC
K ANT TX

NAND
TLP181GR PA KEY
PT R CONT TD62003
TLP181GR
RX OUT
ANT CURR PA PWR K RX OUT
PT PA MUTE TD62003
TLP181GR
PT RXD2 PA ERR
TLP181GR SIO2
PT TXD2 485 ERR

TLP181GR
RBK ERR
ALM CLK
Ckt RBK (18.432MHz)
2SD1409 CPU
RE 485 SPI
PRE PWR H8S
DE 485
RS-485 TXD 485 ROM1 CS
RXD 485 SIO0
24V EEPROM1
ISL3172
EEPROM2
TX
AVR 9V
PA RST
FROM
AVR 3.3V
KEY OFF
RES 3.3V
RESET

TERMINAL UNIT
PS BLOCK SYS RST
PA KEY KEY IN

MODEM RST
BACKUP WE・BOOT WE/OPT LPF NC
TRX RST
CONT TYPE1/2/3
TUNE KEY
PA TYPE1/2/3

PA MUTE
MTN
WRITE
RXD1
FWE 24V FAN+
AND
SIO1
TXD1 FAN ON
FAN-
FAN

ICL3232
RS-232

MTN PC
(RS-232C)
TRX UNIT
TL3414AI
RX BPF8
PCM1742 NJM2746
RX ANT ATT 6 ATT 12 ADSP-21363 LINE OUT+
3.1.3

RX IN RX BPF7
DAI D/A LINE OUT-

AGC
(90kHz SN74CBT3125 NJM2737 NJM2737
~29,999.9kHz)
2SC4116 2SC4116 2SC4116
RX BPF6 0° TL3414AI
MMBFJ310 MMBFJ310 1st IF FILTER +45° AK5385BVF
DAI D/A DEM OUT+
fc=35MHz fc=35MHz X4 X4 70.036MHz fs=156.25kHz
RX BPF5
DEM OUT-
fs=156.25kHz
A/D DAI
RX BPF4
M25P40
BF998R
FROM DEMOUT SEL

DIODE SWITCH
DIODE SWITCH
ATT ATT 0°
6dB 12dB
SPI (SPI) DUP DEMOUT
RX BPF3
-45°

TRX MAIN
4Mbit
MODEM MONI
DSP 20MHZ DSP BR25L640
BAND RX Freq. RX BPF2 EEPROM TL3414AI
TC7WH04
RX BPF1 1,600~29,999.9kHz 2SC5337 (SPI)
RX BPF2 90~399.9kHz 64kbit
RX BPF3 400~1,599.9kHz RX BPF1
IO UPDATA DAI
RX BPF4 1,600~3,199.9kHz
2ND LO DDS DAI NJM2746
RX BPF5 3,200~6,099.9kHz 0°
(70MHz) PLL DAI MAX4622
RX BPF6 6,100~10,499.9kHz 90°
DUC RST DAI DISP LINE+
RX BPF7 10,500~17,999.9kHz
RXTUNE1,2,4,8,16 DAI A/D
RX BPF8 18,000~29,999.9kHz TC74VHC238 A/D,D/A DISP LINE-
RX BAND1
DECODER RX BAND2 1ST LO
AK5385BVF
RX BAND4 (70.126~100.0359MHz) 2SC3357 TC74VHC4040 fs=156.25kHz
1/64 DAI LINE DISP LINE DISP ON
DPS RST
CMN-2250 TRX UNIT

DAI

DAI
MB15E03 2SC3356 X2 2SC3356 AD9951 2SC3357 LINE MODEM
NJM2746
LINE EXT

400MHz
NJU7704F-29A
PLL 20MHZ PLL DDS 1/2 RESET

RD
LINE IN+

WR
ALE
IC
2SC3356 2SC3356 IO UPDATE TC7WH74 2SC3356 OPE LINE IN-
PLL LOCK OSK RX ON
ATT

AD15~AD0
LO 20MHZ 1/2 AD 20MHZ MOD IN+
PLL RST

DAC RST
DDS RST
MOD IN-

WD OUT
RST
D3R3V
DUC 400MHZ FPGA:XC3S200PQG208I
DET TX DET
1
DAC RST 2SC4116
NJM2406F W.D.T
DAC5674 RS485 CONNECT
2SC5337 fc=35MHz
RS485DRV
1 DUC BLOCK ADDRESS
ATT D/A DECORDER RAM UART TX TXD485
TX OUT 14bit 0 128byte×1
0 57.6kbps RS-485
TRAN-
RS-485-A
(1.6MHz TEST DUC 100MHZ RAM sentenc UART RX SCEIVER
~29.9999MHz) 128byte×2 check RS-485-B
2SC4116 57.6kbps
ISL3172EIBZ
DUP TXD

DUC OUTEN
RAM UART TX TXD
TX ON 128byte×1
TRX TXD
DUC RST 38.4kbps CONT
TX ON MODEM TXD
RAM sentenc UART RX
128byte×2 check
MNT RXD
38.4kbps
AN7709SP NJM2885 NJM2880U1-33
DATA BUS

~16
REG REG REG A3R3V LINE MODEM
ADDRESS BUS

ATT 6
TLP181GR

TX ON
RX ON

ATT 12

RX ANT
DISP KEY IN
DEMOUT SEL
PT
LINE DISP ON
MODEM MONI

LINE EXT
A5V

ANALOG ON

PLL LOCK
LINE DISP

TX BAND3
TX BAND2
TX BAND1
DISP KEY
RS485 CONNECT

RX BAND1
RX BAND2
RX BAND4
AN7709SP C9V
2SC3324

RXTUNE1 5bit
REG A9V DISP KEY OUT

PLL 20MHZ
LO 20MHZ
AD 20MHZ
DSP 20MHZ
DUC ON
TC7W14 TC7WU04 PIO TLP181GR
TEST
ANALOG ON EXT KEY IN PT
PWR KEY CONT EXT KEY
NJM2374
TLP181GR

PA UNIT
SW SEL BK IN PT
REG
D3.3V SEL BK
FPGA 20MHZ

TXFIL

RXFIL
2bit
3bit
TLP181GR
ERR485

TX DET
BK IN

EXT CLK
DUP BK IN

NJM2861F25 PT
SCAN STOP IN

TCXO:20MHz

TRX MAIN
-BK IN

TXFIL DET
DUP BK OUT

NJM2860

INT DTCXO
D2.5V
REG TLP181GR
C9V REG
PT
BK OUT F BK OUT
NJM2885DL1-18
INT
INT DTCXO DTCXO R3112Q101A
REG D1.8V
NJM2406
SSB
FPGA RESET KEY IN
R1225N122K EXT CLK Comp NJM2887 Configration IC
BK ERR
BK OUT F

DIPSW1,2

ROM
HARD VER

SW NJM2741 C9V
SCAN STOP

D1.2V REG
REG
DISP KEY OUT

Comp XCF01SVOG20C
ERR485
PA KEY
TX RDY

DUP BK
PA RDY

DUPLEX
RX BUSY

TRX RST
TXFIL KEY
TUNE KEY

D1R2V
TXFIL TEST

SEL BK OUT
MODEM SEL
MODEM KEY

TXFIL BAND8
TXFIL BAND4
TXFIL BAND2
TXFIL BAND1

3-3
APPENDIX

DTCXO(OPTION) WKR MODEM UNIT


APPENDIX

3.1.4 CMJ-2250 WKR MODEM UNIT

DMC

DIODE SWITCH

DIODE SWITCH

TRX

3-4
EXT SP AF CONT UNIT
CMV-3775
3.1.5

IC control D/A
P_BACK SP +/-
LINE_OUT LCD UNIT
A/D
SYS_RST CDE-3770
S5 Volume
S6 +3.3V VDD
ADD SP
ADD
SP OUT +26V
S7
S4 S2 Contrast VEE
FLM

SIDETONE CL1
S9

150Ω

150Ω
CL2
LCD Control D0
S1 0Ω D1

SIDETONE
Phone D2
D3

Transceiver I/F
0Ω DISPLAYOFF
PT
DISP_KEY_OUT LINE_IN MIC
S3 LED+
PT S10 LCD Brightness
DISP_KEY_IN S11 LED-

DISP_PWR

MAIN PANEL UNIT


RS485
+3.3V CCK-3775
drv.
+5V
RS485DRV

(MF/HF)
RTN7-0

(MF/HF)
MEAS_ON

(MF/HF)
Key Scanning

TONE
RS485SEP

LINE_TX
TERM_ON
LINE_DUP
LINE_EXT
P_BACK
IC control
AF_MUTE
Vol control
TONE_SEL
TLEV_A/B/C
BP_CLICK
SHTDWN

MIC_GAIN
PVOL_A/B/C

TONE_L
(MF/HF)
SCAN2-0
Key Brightness KEY_BRT
(MF/HF) OFF_HOOK ENC_A/ENC_B ENC_A/ENC_B
SW ALM_LED ALM_LED
SEL422 PT
DET232 RBK_ON
DET422 RS485 I/F
SCIF1 BK_ERR
RXD/HOOKSW
OFF_HOOK
NCM-2150 MF/HF CONTROLLER

OCC SUB PANEL UNIT


232C Key Control
drv.
CCK-3776
RS232 I/F SEL422 +5V
SCIF0 RTN1-0
DET422 Key Scanning
IC control SIOF0 (SCI) DET232 SCAN0
PIO
F-R_SEL (MF/HF) CPU F-R_SEL Key Brightness KEY_BRT
SEL422 SIOF1 (SCI)
422 Vol control RS485DRV (DC)
VOL_IN VOL

Maintenance
Serial Printer/
drv. SH7720 RS485SEP
EPROM (DC)
64kbit IIC HD6417720BP133BV ENC_A, ENC_B SQL_GAIN SQL
PT Key Scanning
LCD Control PS_CONT PWR_CONT

FROM Data Bus ALM_LED PWR_DET PWR key


8Mbit PWR_DET
Printer Address Bus
PRT__PWR PRT_PWR PWR_OFF PWR_OFF
PS TXD/BIAS
TXD/BIAS CPU_KEY DISP_LINE+
BIAS SW PWR_CONT
SP+ SDRAM IRQ0 DISP_KEY_IN
SP +/- 64Mbit A/D Conv. D/A Conv.
SP- TPU0 TONE
CLK RESETP RESETM AN0 1 2 DA0 1 TPU1 LCD Brightness SP OUT Internal speaker
EXT_PWR
BK RBK_ON
Contrast
Control BK_ERR Printer Control PLD
EXT_KEY CLK Key Brightness Phone
Reset
(MF/HF) 11.0592M VOL_IN
LINE_IN SQL_GAIN MIC

Modem
External
6 sec Reset Temp
+1.5v
PWR_CONT delay RXD/HOOKSW
LINE_OUT (MF/HF)
AVR Temp.
CONTROL UNIT
Handset

RST_RTN
CDJ-3775 TXD/BIAS
(MF/HF) CPU_KEY OCC
EXT_PWR +3.3v +5v
Fuse DISP_KEY_OUT
PRT_PWR (MF/HF) PTT_IN
Fuse PT
DISP_PWR 6.5V PTT_SEL
AVR +9V_AF CW_KEY_SEL
PT
SYS_RST CW_KEY_IN
12V +12V
(VHF:9V) +12V_SP CW KEY
Printer Control EXT_KEY_SEL

Printer
AVR +5V_AF EXT_KEY_IN
Key Control
5V +5V
AVR +3.3V EXT_KEY

+26V +26V

GND

3-5
APPENDIX
APPENDIX

3.1.6 NDZ-227 DATA TERMINAL

3-6
3-7
NTD-2150 MF/HF RADIO EQUIPMENT
TUNE
15
L_PHASE
LOW_R
SWR_VR
A/D
SWR_VF
I^2C A/D
TX
KCS
9
6
6
NFC-2150 ANTENNA TUNER ( CFG-2150 MATCHING UNIT ) 3.1.7
APPENDIX
APPENDIX

3-8
APPENDIX

3-9
APPENDIX

3-10
APPENDIX

3-11
APPENDIX

3-12
APPENDIX

3-13
APPENDIX

3-14
APPENDIX

3-15
APPENDIX

3-16
APPENDIX

3-17
APPENDIX

3-18
APPENDIX

3-19
APPENDIX

3-20
APPENDIX

3-21
APPENDIX

3-22
APPENDIX

3-23
APPENDIX

3-24
APPENDIX

3-25
APPENDIX

3-26
APPENDIX

3-27
APPENDIX
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NDZ-227 データターミナル ディップスイッチ設定要領書
NDZ-227 Data terminal DIP switch setting procedures

NDZ-227 データターミナルを装備の際は、以下に従ってディップスイッチほかの設定を行ってください。
To install NDZ-227 Data terminal, always set the DIP switch and other items as follows.

111... MF/HF モードの設定


MF/HF mode selection Inmarsat-C mode

a. NDZ-227 本体背面のディップスイッチを右記に従っ
て MF/HF モードに設定してください。
(工場出荷時設定:インマルサットCモード)
To select the MF/HF mode, set the DIP switch on
MF/HF mode
the back of the NDZ-227 as shown at right.
(Factory default setting: Inmarsat-C mode)

b. NDZ-227 に同梱のボイドシールを右記のように貼付
してください。
Put a void sticker included with the NDZ-227 as
shown at right.
Void sticker

222... 品名シールの 貼付
Sticking the model name

NDZ-227 に同梱の MF/HF シールを右記のように貼付


してください。
Put the MF/HF sticker included with the NDZ-227 as
shown at right.

333... 起動画面の確 認
Start screen check

装置の電源を入れて起動画面を確認してください。
Power on the equipment to check the start screen.

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