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Dats Technical Components ot and Dimensions Weights System TYPe - GyroComPass, 110-106 407 mm Height: 345 mm Diameter;
Weight:

12 approx.

121-043 - Inverter, TYPe width; Height: DePth: Weight;

318 418 185 15 approx.

mm mm mm kg

132-603 TYPe - Course Tmnsducer, 318 width: 418 Height: 160 DePth: 15 aoorox. . Weight:
t

mm mm mm kg

1.3.2

SUPPIY . Po\,Yer lrom suPPlY Power ship'sAC mains - lnPutvoltage:


Tfansducer' the for supplying Course Type132'603 220V' Ur = 110V, or 38OV 440VAC I 10%cont' ! 10%cont. lor i 20ol. < 1.5s or 50Hz 60Hz 3s l5% cont., i10% tor -< 660V, rise1.2lls decay50Ps

- lnputVoltrage tolerance: - Frequency inputvoltage: ol - Frequency toletance - Permissible needle Pulses: - OutPut voltage;

28vDc *)

DC 2BV arefed intotheInvelter' These as Type121-o43, mainsuPPlY

the Jrom cour:: t:T:.t::::. the *) n,n" O" tains Jails, 28VDCsupply irom be "n,O'" willautomatically supplied ne as is interrupted well.Inthiscase' inverter

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"ttrn"ncy

as provided a redundancy (if supply connected)

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ANSCHOTZ

- Overvoltage strength acc.to GL:

Voltagepeak = 2.5 x UN;dUration ms 1

wilh Powerconsumption DC powersuPPlY: transducer) (without course

90Wmax. a) approx. (during heating-uP) operation in b) approx.65Wcontinuous e.g. ComPasses' with3 Repeater TYPes: ANSCHUTZ alternatively 2' 133-31 133-311, 133-310, 133-809. NG002, 133-402

tor consumPtion Power AC powersuPPlY: transducer) (with course


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approx.100vA ot suPPIY gyro comPass, (including and coursetransducer invertet, e alternatively g' Compasses, 3 Repeater Types:133-302'133-303' ANSoHUTZ 133-312' 133-311, 133-310, 133 NGOO1, {02 NG002' 133-402 133-809.

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Data OPerating iimesand courseaccuracieg Settling - After settling oJ<3h' time a <! 2 ' ls: accuracy thecourse - After settling ol <5h' time a accuracy course thestatic :L 0.25" (1 o) shipat rest)rs: (inPort' to re{erred the values, Peak value: mean linear - After settling ol Ssh' time a accuracy course thedynamic sea (atsea,undernormal conditions alignment andoPtimum ' r 1 . 5 ( 1o ) ls' of thecompass)

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plm
o'c ... +45'C

Fato ol iollow-{Ip: Boll and Pltchanglolrssdom:

up b 8.3'/s t 30'

Conditions Ambiont tsmporatures ambient Pormissible - Operation; - Storago liquid: a) withsupporting liquad: supporting b) without acc.to DIN40050 Typeof snclosulo GyroCompass, TYPe110-106: l: 121{43 NGoo TYPe lnverter, Type 121-{ NG003: Invertor, NG001: Typo Transducr, 132-603 Cours NG002: Typs Transducsr, 132-603 Courss TypeNB03-735: TimSwilch, ol Dsgrse lnterlorsnce acc.to vDE 0875: to Reslstance viblationof the oqulpmont: gyrocompaas

-'10"c...+75'C -25"C... +75'C

tP 23 t? 23 casing) lP oo (lvithout lP 23 casing) lP 0O(\,vithout lP 23

Factor"K"

to According BSHand GL requirements

TypoTost n type BSH testsPocificatio

acc.to IMOPorformancg A Standard 242 (Xl)

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14 Gyro CompassEquipmenrSTANDABD PLUS VERSION

HM

2. 2.1

Opsratinglnatluctiona Switchingon the Gyro CompassEquipment on can be switched eitherwithoutor if an optional equipment The gyro compass proceedas folswitching--on' time switchis used- withtime delay.Forimmediate 2.1.1). lows(seeSection
at

Knobfor dimming potentiometer LEDforsignalling Follow-{Pswitch82 range 4 RESET

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Hood and LEDon the Compass ControlElements (SectionalView ComPass Hood) of

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Switching-on Procedure - Setthe lollow-upswitch(18.3)to Pos."0". (Fig'16)to Pos "l'' - Setthe mainswitchon the coursetransducer (Fig.'15) Pos."1"' to - Setthe mainswitchon the inverter - TheredLED(18.2) uP. lights gyrosphere settls to The gyrossiart runningup to their ratedspeedand causethe afterabout3 5 hours' This settlingprocessis terminated in the meridian. systemcan on, Afterapprox.t hourfrom the momentof switching the follow'-up switch be s\ iitchedon by meansof the follow-upswitch(183) (Setthe follow-up '1 ', whereupon red LED('182) goesout) the to Pos. extend (even a shorttime)maydisturb- aild therelore for switching--on Earlier process the gyrosphere' ol the settling automatically' oi The outersoherenowfollowsup the position the gyrosphere

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Fepea:': the Adiusrins i:::T^:y,i:.i:Tff:""T;ff*" Synchronrzlng 3.2.7. (See Seclion


also ) of the Courselndication the GyroCompass

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with Repeatrs the

AfterJirstputtingintooperationolthegyrocompassequipment,a|lrepeaterindicacourseindication' *ith the gyrocompass ttna auai of for are to be re-adlusted the coursg "oin"io" tn" '"p"ut"'" case, l{ this is notthe "onJu|.ned the gyro compass(synchtonization)'

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errors "oir.,r"nt on Thus'adjustment and withthe lollow-upsystemswltcned are nectedrepeaters eliminated'

condition in senred only the isto bepedormed with compass of othercon-

2.2,1

tne on the Gyro compass and on Adiusting the card lllumination RepeaterCompasse card illurh- brightness ol the potentiometer' hrinhtness the lllum'natlon the respechve Bv meansof -niination conditions' can oe aoaptedlo ambientlrght duringOperalion - ^. r: ^-r^^,ts^ by Signalling con' conditions operating the+^I^*,nnooeratinq hooo( rtt z) indicates lollowlng LEDon thecompass The lightinguP red: too temperature high - Operating on) systemswitched (morethan +65'C; follovv-up ol >1 5 s ' Suppfy voffage <1B5Vfor a perlod pos 'T" ofl - iouo"-uo ty"*t swilched or In (18 svvibn 3) via e.q.manually follow-up e or-automatically g due to unoervoltage than 1 5 s' - Cyro .oao," *itnout powersupplylor longer to Pos setthe tollow-upswitchbrieily a For cancelling message' ''0" and-then back

2.3

to the continue goes should LED out fange' (RESET f a +t r#ieo f-eo "1" toPos. fault be ortnu must investisated' ilit, in" "uu."
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Checksto be made during Operation

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ol oprationthequipmnt: during be must made

LED - Check signalling (seeFig 182) the of indication theqvrocompass - Check course the the betlveen gyrocdmpass th9 - Check andcompare indlcaled;lues repeatets' ot indications connected digital 14 STANDARD andthe analogor

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14 STANDARD Equipment GyroCompass PLUSVERSION

the o{ deviate lrom the courseindication the gyro compass, Shouldthe indications (relerto Section 3.2'7). mustbe synchronized repeater correspondjng oi descriptions deviceshouldbe obthe compasses, enclosed Fordigitalrepeater served. Voltage Failule of the AC Supplyfor lhe CourseTransducer (SeeSection 4.2.4.4). Switching off the Gyro CompassEquipment lor are actions required s',Yitching-off: Thetollowingoperator to - Setthe lollow-upswitch(18.3) the compass Pos "0". on - Setthe mains\,Yitch the invener Pos."0". to on to - Setthe mainslvitchon the coursetransducer Pos."0". Hint: is Timeswitch(if includedin the equipment) not to be actuatedI

2.6

Attenlion:
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off, hasbeenswitched the gyroscometo a standWhenthe gyro compass stillonly afiera run-downtime oJapprox.15 min.Duringthis pefiod'acis cessto the gyro compass not allowedl

Note: when equipment, ott not It is recommended to sla/itch the gyro compass the ship staysin portlor no morethan one"eek. Attention! thatthe gyrospnere it equipment may happen off On sv,,:tching the gyro compass the On withinthe outersphere. re-stading equipment takesa tiltedposition tor mayoscillate a period with the tollow-up svstem 3witchedon. the gytosphere position and the indicashowsa tilted longerthan30 hours.In casths gyrosphere liquidtemperature supporting (thegyrocurfent,heightol gyrosphere, tion is variable off off. the are correctl), follow-upsystemis to be switched S\''/itch the equipment' '15min then switchon (after approx. standstill ), Waituntilthe gyrosare at complete system' t again.After hour,switchon the Jollow-up the equipment once o{ checkthe position gyrosphere At the end ot the settlingprocess, sholYs position the indication and in remains a tilled lf more. the gyrosphere shouldbe exchanged errors, gyrosphere the variable

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2,7 2.7,1

TypeNB 0H35 (optional) TimeSwitch, lmtructlon Oporating is to is the ofthetimewhn compass intended be avallable madeby Adjustment (see 17)' Fjg. ot ofthescale thetimeswitch msans Forthisourpose, - thetimetillthemoment switching-{n of ano - thesettling (4h)ofthegyrocompass time knoboI thetimeswitch' on and together adjusted throtary areto bs addsd Noto: to corresponds 2 hours' marks the ol Thedistance between shortdivision 0 the indicating days(lrom to 6d)' thelongmarks in rosulls thattheoutput terminals to voltago theinput tho Applying 24VDCoperating to is voltage thenapplied tho The activated. operating bscomos oiimmeOiatety retay LED by is vollage indicatod ths green the Simulianeously, operating outfutterminals. ON'. N9'GYRO to D1 th causes relay to dropoutandtheoutput be the Actuating key"DELAY" R17 of by the Simultaneously, timeadjusted means thepotentiomter runs dead. 'DELAY" by timeis indicated therodLEDN10 o{ down.Run-down thedelay oncsmore'thstimethen is the the ll during timerun-do\'Yn koy"OELAY" actuated D1 has Whsnthotimeadiustsd rundown'the rolay willbs rewill adjusted rundown. again' to is Voltage sppliod thaoutput activatod. has the bsfore timsadjustod rundown' 4 always hours wilt Theoutout beactivated on and ol interruption thotimeadjusted switching ths ON"permits Thekey"GYRo immediately. comoass

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Gyro CompassEquipmentSTANDABD 14 PLUS VEBSION

Puttinginto Operation

7,1

Mountingthe GFosphere into the Outer Sphere Installation ofthe gyrosphere to be performed is given according the instructions to in the following sections: - Openingthe cyro Compass, Section 3.1.2 - Removing Gyrosphere the from the OuterSphere, Section 3.3.1. point "Screwing and Removing Outer Proceed withthis section the to otf the SphereCover"(seeFig.32). Notei For reasons protection js of duringtransportation, gyrosphere delivered a the in separate transportation box. For beingprotected against damage, innershellis delivered the packedin a pjastics bag and placedin the outersphere.Furthermore, willfind therea mounryou ing instructions sheet,pay attention it, pleasel to

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Procedure: - Takethe innershellgut of the outersphereand removeplastics bag. - Rinseout the outerspherewith clearwater. - Takethe gyrosphere ol the gyrosphere out packing,rinsewithclearwaterand placejt on a foampartof its packtng.

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Fillapprox.1/4 lofsupporting liquidintothe outersphere. Moisten suctioncap and pressit centredontothe calotteof the gyrosphere the (cl. Fig.84). - Placethe gyrosphere caretully the supporting into of bearing the outersphere.

Fig. 84: Fillingin Further Original ANSCH0Tz Supporting Liquid(to approx.1 cm belowthe outersphere edge)

- Take inner the shelloutol its packing place centred and it ontotheseatot the supporting (see bearing oftheouter shet sphere mounting instructions and Fis.85).

Fig.85: the Placing lnnerShell onto the Seatol the SupportingBearing the ot OuterSphere

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GyroCompass Equipment STANDARD 14 PLUSVERSION

- Clean contact the surfaces theouter ol sphere outer-sphere and cover. - Check position thesealing between outer the sphere outeF and ot ring the sDnere cover. - Carefully place outer-sphere whilst observing the cover ontotheoutdr sphere, pins! thepositioning - Secure outer-sphere the cover theouter to sphere using sixscrews. the
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Hint:

Carefully tighten mounting ol driver the screws means a screw by (crosswise)l

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Clean contact the surfaces theouter-sphere of cover inserl and Fill originalANSCHUTZ in supporting through opening theouterliquid the sphere cover. (Supporting liquid level Section see 3.3.3.) Check position the ofthesealing betl,een outer-sphere coyer and ring the insert. Carelully theinsert set ontotheouter-sphere cover. Secure insert theouter-sphere the to coverby means sixscrews. of
Hint: Caretully tighten mountngscrews(crosswise)l the

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GyroCompass Equipment STANDARD t4 PLUSVERSION

7.2

Switching the GyroCompass on Thgyrocompass equipment to be switched in accordance thOperaris on with ingInstructions in Section given 2.1,

7.3

Checking Signalling Proceed accordance Section in with 2.3.

7.4

Checks be madeon the GyroCompass to


- Measure slartingand operating the currents the gyro motors(incl.pump of motor), seeSection4.1.3Test Listof Gyro Compass. - Generalchecks, Section see 3.2.1 Theninstalloutersphereintothe gyro compass, see Section 3.3.4. - Checkand, if required, correctthe alignment error ("A',error),see Section 3.6.

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Type 132-603 Putting into Operaiionthe CourseTransducer, (Cf. CircuitDiagram 132B 603 HP 007,Annex 132C 603 HP 008,Annex) WiringDiagram

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Input VoltageAdaptation tableand adaptby moansol ths lollowing on Bsloreswitching the coursetransducer, strip 12 for transformator 1 of the wirjngschemethe connections ... 9 on the terminal withthe supplyvoliage(ship'smains)used. M1 in accordance

Supply voltage

Cable core no.

To terminal 12.10 12.11 12.12

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4.13 t2.14 12.1s

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12.9 ,1 2 3

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with 220vAG

5 6 I 9 1 2 3

12.1 12.2 t2.12 12.13 L2.s L2.6


L2.A t2.9

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with380v Ac

L2.1 12.2 12.3 tza L2.s t2.6


t2.17 t2.14

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with440VAC 4 5 I I

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12.1 t2.2 t2.3 t2.4 t2.5 12.6 12.a 12.9

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Adaption Check ol Frequency M1 On the SinglePlugConnectors85 and 96 of tran$ormator it is to be checked the ale that the connections placedto 50H2.In general, frsquencyhasto be sslected olthe ship'smainsis 50Hzor the of to 50H2.independent the lact whether trequency 60Hz(seelollowingsketch):
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Transducer, with and Connection Equipment PCBsof the Course Hepeater Type132-603 Transducer Outputot the Courge Powor that it conception,is to betakenintoaccount themaximum system Fortheindividual is to power transducer therepeaters 108W andthatthepower of output thecourse ol the PcBsis upto 40W.There{ore, number repeaters of dissipation itsadapter is transducer limited. course to can which be connected ach e.g': repeaters, Jor ot consumption theindividual Example pov{et - Steprepeater BW ANSCHUTZ: approx. compass - Synchro 11 w compass ANSoHUTZ: approx. repatsr - Steprepeater approx. W 21 SPERRY: compass

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Equipmefltwith PcBs and Numberol ConnectableHepeatere givenin the followjng sections) (Seeexamples Note concerningthe tollowing sections: PCBS acwiththe adequato equippod is the ln general, coursetransducor delivered order. cordingto customer's

7.5.2.2,1

Booster andSynchro Adapter with Equipment Synchro adapter a synchro and with is transducer equipped a synchro the Incase course booster, as can compasses be connected a maximum repeater synchro 7 ANSCHUTZ Hint with can transducer be equipped one a reasons, course Forpower only. booster and adaptet onesynchro synchro

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Step v{ith Equipment ANSCHUTZ Adapters a step with is transducer equipped ANScHUTZ adapters, maximum whenthecourse has Each can step ot I ANSCHUTZ repeaters be connected. stepadapter max. 90mA. step and outputs 1 SPERRY output, 3 repeater

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Step wilh Equipment SPERRY Adaptels of a step with is transducer equipped SPERRY adapters, maximum the When course step SPERRY adapF A can compasses be connected. single step 5 SPEHRY repeater voltages' type, on Depondent therepeater twosupply outputs. or has4 repeater a by They 35V either DCor 7oVDC,areavailable. canbe adjusted re-soldering plug)' to close the multiple step jumper (found eachSPERRY adapter, on

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step and with Equipment ANSCHDTz SPERRY Adapters step and with is transducer equipped 1 ANSCHUTZ 1 SPERRY In casethecourse step and of a as adaoter a maximum, maximum 3 ANSCHUTZ 4 SPERRY repeaters canbe connected.

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Examples Repeater of Compass Connections Course Transducer Synchro with Adapter SynchroBooster and synchro repeater compasses be connected a maximum) can as O ANSCHUTZ ADAPTERI Synchrc Adapter, Type132-333

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Connectionto Ll 1/12113/14: no possibility connsctionl of

2 ADAPTER

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ADAPTER 3 Synchro Booster, Type132-338

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to I Connection l21nA23: 3 ANSCHUTZ synchro lJ repeaters 33W} (=

Connection 124: to no possibility connectionl oJ

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GyroCompass Equipment STANDARD 14 PLUSVEFSION

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with Type121-043,04 MOD,013 Course Transducer StepAdapters, possibility step (Connecting with 9 when equipped 3 stepadapters: ANSCHUTZ repeaters, each.) step are max. 3 AdditionallySPERRY outputs available, 90mA ADAPTER 1
Step, ANSCHUTZ StepAdapter, 3 Type 121-{43.041,4OD.01

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ADAPTER2
StepAdapter, ANSCHUTZ Step, Type 121-043.04 iroD.ol 3
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Connection Ll1112lt3: to 3 ANSCHUTZ step ropoaters(= 33 W) L14: 1 SPERRY step output max.90mA (e.9.tor SATNAV)

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1 SPERRY output step max. 90mA (e.g.lor SATNAU Connection 13l/32133: to 3ANSCHUTz step (= rePeaters 24 W)

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7.5.2.3.3

Step Tranaducer SPERHY Adapter wilh Cours as (5SPEBRY repeater can compasses be connected a maximum) step

ADAPTER SteP SPERRY Adapter' Type132+32

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Connection L11/12l13: lo 3 SPERRY steprepeaters


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ADAPTER2
Adapter, SPERBY '1 SteP Type 32-332

(:63W Connection Ll4: to for power reasons no possibility connectionl ot

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ADAPTER 3 not reasons used for pgwer

to I Connection 121/22: 2 SPEBRY repeaters step | r (= 42W Connection L23l124: to for power reasons

no possibilityol connectionl

connection 131 io /32/33/34: lor power reasons no possibility connectionl of

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with StepAdapters Transducer Course step MOD.ol3(forANSCH0TZ signals)and a) Type121-{43.04 step b) Type |32-332(forSPERRY signals) can ) steprepealers becohnected and (3ANSCHUTZ 5 SPERRY
ADAPTER 1 ANSCHUTZ Step, StepAdaptsr, Type121-O43.04 MOD.013

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step 3 ANSCHUTZ ' | repeaters(4 24 W) L14:

'1SPERRY output step max. 90mA


(e.9.JorSATNAV)

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to Connection U'1/32133/34 Jorpo\,/er reasons of no possibility connection!

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Type132-33:l Adapter, on Current Adiustment the Synchro Phase (Sse Synchro Adapter, 132C 333HP006 Circuit Diagrams, 132 B 603 HP 007) PCB, and Wiring Transto are receiver connected theCourse with compasses synchro lf repeater on must adjustment be performed the current a ducer, Type132-603, phase sketch)Thisad(R tollo\rying by of synchro adapter means potentiometer12)(see reconnected, compass repeater justment required oncewil.h synchro one only is connected' are compasses additionally gardless howmany repeater synchro of

Sketch:

Adapter (R12)on the Synchro of Position Potentiometer

Set-uP: Measurement to of range 100mAmeasuring with a connect multimeter a current Forthispurpose, (e-9 and kansducer L21) the strip terminal in thecourse the between corresponding diagram)' circuit schematic Jollowing (e.g. (see 53) of connection thesynchro stator

o.g. Terminal, 121 (inthe coursatransducar)

Multimeter 100m,qrange: measuring wrth Rspeator compass synchro, NB23-91 e.g.


the Set-uplot measuring SchematicCircuit Diagram; Measurement PhaseCu.rent(e.g.in the StatorLine53)

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Procedure: Adiustment
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in equipment operation compass Condition: - Gyro - Follow-up on switched andat rest system - Course on switched transducer
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permissi' cu the (Rl2), of Bymeans potentiometer adjust phase entfor a minimum; 0.01A-. . 0.06A-. bletolerance: Type132-333 Synchro / (Synchro Adapter, ot In caseof exchange oneor bothPCBS or maltunctions in orderthat is this Type132'338), adjustment indispensable Booster, be might avoided' on cornponents thePCBS ol destructions electronic Note: Type Transducer' to are systems connected theCourse repeater llonly digital is this 132-03, adjustmont noirequlred. with Compasses the ot lndications the Repeater the Synchronizing Course of CourseIndication the GyroCompass 3.2.7.) (See Section to Checks be madeduringOperation 2.4.) (See Section

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Book) in Ertor ErrorTable (Speed Table theCompass ol Application the Speed


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instarraiion wlth svrocompass supprr;d ovory s;r, s6srabr ftom to according signtahn course it Irofrc orsubtacting fom compass sp6d 1, obtainiruscou6oby adding
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'nlGHT" SIGN WITH 'WRONG' COUHSE TO COUBSE "BlcHT" FROM with itlromtruscours lablosgn invorlod to rror orsubiracting spoed by couls addlng gyrc-rompass 2. Obtqjn
SICN "WBONG" COUBSEWTH "WFONG" FROM"RIGHT'COUBSETO

courss R I G H T s i g n . . . l a b l s l g n coulso-slooring courso.. compass IIYBONG lablsqn waONG sign . lnvertod nIGHIcouise.. chancourse-tueoou|se errorl0r coffclsign ChckEpd bolow: lo accoding ru16

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Examoo lor a boaino cours. . compass l a t i t u d o . . . shlp'sspeod .. banng. . spedsror iiom labl

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