Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product FAX-410 Furuno
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F A CSIMILE RECEIVER F AX-410 .
IMPORT A NT NO TICE • T h i s manual i s i ntended for use by nati v e sp eaker s of E nglis h. • No part of this manual may be copied or r epro duc ed wit hout w ritten per mi ssion. • If th i s manual i s l ost or w orn, cont act y our deal er about repl ace ment.
SAFETY INSTR UCTIONS WARNING Do not open the equipment except to replace paper. Only qualified personnel should work inside the equipment. Immediately turn off the power at the switchboard if water leaks into the equipment or something is dropped into the equipment.
Safety Instructions for the Operator (con't) WARNING To avoid electrical shock, do not remove cover. No user-serviceable parts inside. WARNING LABEL A warning label is attached to the main unit. Do not remove the label. If the label is missing or damaged, contact a FURUNO agent or dealer about replacement.
i Page 1. OUTLINE ・・・・・ ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 1 1.1 Characteristics ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ・・ 1 1.
ii 4.6 Exchange of a recording paper ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ・・・・ 23 5. SPECIFICATIONS ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ・・・・・ SP-1 5.1 Receiver ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ・・・・・・・ SP-1 5.
1 １．OUT LINE F AX-410 is the high sensitive weather facs imile receiver using electronic scanning thermal head recording system. １．１ Characteristics (1) Electronic scanning with thermal head recording system provides clear image, quiet operation.
2 １．２ List of Standard Comp onents Facsimile receiver. List of St andard Components Standard Components Name Mo del na m e/Code No. Q’ty Remarks Main unit FAX-410 1 set AC Power supply or DC Power supply Installation materials 1 Accessor ies 1 set Spare parts 1 set Installation materials Name Mo de l n am e/Code No.
3 １．３ System Components 2.6m Whip antenna Main unit A ntenna coupler ,fax-5 To .
- 4 - ２． OPERA TION The unit, with antenna(s) and power supply , receives and records signal automatically by the control of APSS when desired channels have been set. ２ .1 Description of key Program key : For preparation to mode setting.
- 5 - IOC key : For selection of IOC. Up key : Channel up in the channel mode or frequency up in the frequency mode. Left key : For manual phasing in recording (towards left). A press of the key shifts 2.5% of the paper width.
- 6 - Channel key : For selection of channel mode from frequency mode, and for shift to the channel setting in the channel mode. For setting a channel, press key and enter channel number with three keys. The channel covers 000 ～ 406 (existent frequency) and 410 ～ 733 (new frequency).
- 7 - ２ .2 Contrast and brightness Contrast of LCD display depends on the vi sual angle and the temperature and hence, be sure to adjust it with the contrast knob (see Fig. 1) for optimu m result at the time of installation. The backlight brightness of the LDC can be adjusted in five stages by p r e s s i n g t h e k e y .
- 8 - within 2000.0 ～ 24999.9kHz). ２ . ３ .3 Start and stop of reco rding (1) Start Recording starts automatically (Start/Stop, Phase, Speed, IOC) by receiving the APSS signal. T o start halfway o f the received picture, press key once and automatic speed setting and auto-phas ing mode are set.
- 9 - ２ . ３ . ６ Selection of reception mode The reception mode refers IOC, speed, and normal/reverse printing and modes. The former two (IOC and speed) are automat ically selected by receiving the APSS signal and phase signal. For the latter tw o modes, desired ones shou ld be selected manually .
- 10 - T o release this timer or keylock in the timer mode, follow the procedure below . (1) In the timer standby mode (time for the next recording is displayed): Press key then the message on the right is displayed. Then, a press of ke y releases the timer operation and shifts the mode to the standard operation mode.
- 1 1 - receiver , 2 is for external receiver . Pressing the key after setting a key , completes the setting. ２ . ４ . ２ Setting of timer reception This unit has 16 booking functions and each timer is set as follows. Press key .
- 12 - (4) Entry booking P r e s s k e y . Select a timer number for booking by pressing key . Then, the unit will ask whether the number is correct or not. Fix the number by pressing the key or enter a new number if the number is not correct.
- 13 - the following operations. 1 : Release 2 : Setting (1) Release Select “1” in the above message, and fix with k e y . ( d i s p l a y o n t h e r i g h t ) Note: When the system is in the sleep mode, p r e s s & k e y s t o s h i f t the mode to the standard operation mode.
- 14 - SET REVERSE SET IO C 576/288 SET SP EED 120- 60 AP R 10 M ON ‘05 1 2 : 0 0 SET TI ME in 4F IG APR 10 MO N ’ SET YEAR in 2F IG APR 10 SET DA Y Of THE WEEK by A PR SET DA TE in 2FIG SET MONT H by ／ KEY 1-120 2-90 3-60 1-0FF 2-ON 1-576 2-288 ２ .
- 15 - ISB +0. 0KHz ： OFF 1-OF F 2-ON 3- Q T Y IS B +1. 9 kH z ： ON PUSH EN T KEY SET IS B in 2FIG S ＋ / － by ・ KEY ２ . ４ . ６ Setting of ISB frequency Signals from multiplex-communication station are easily received by setting an ISB (Independent side band) width as shown in the following.
- 16 - RAM CL EAR ！！ PUSH ENT KEY ２ . ４ . ８ RAM clearance function The unit has RAM to memorize the frequency data of the F AX transmitting stations in the world and to retrieve such data. Therefore, w hen a part or all of RAM data is deleted in error so that the initial data in ROM (data at the time of delivery) has to be retrieved, the followi ng procedure is needed to clear the RAM data.
- 17 - ２ . ５ Operation with external receiver (1) External receiver When an external receiver is used, it should have a local oscillator with very good frequency stability . The A1 detected beat, a low-frequency output, can be monitored with the unit when the signal is supplied t hrough receiver jack of the external receiver .
- 18 - 3. Maintenance ３．１ Back-up battery This device uses a manganese lithium battery as a back-up battery . Please exchange to new one after using for 5 years. Ask to a service shop for replacing the back-up battery . ３．２ Lubrication and Cleani ng (1) Lubrication Lubricate a paper sending gear with 1-2 drops of lubricating oil at every 2-3 months.
- 19 - ４． INST ALLA TION ４．１ Main unit Install the TF-71 1 main unit on a plane desk or a solid and plane wall with 4 pcs. of screws and washers. Caution: A print may become blurred if th e installation place is uneven. In that case, put some washers or suitable attachment to adjust the flatness as following figure.
- 20 - ４．２ W i r i n g 4.2.1 DC power supply built-in type Connect black wire to “-“ (negative) , and red wi re to “+” (positive). 4.2.2 AC power supply built-in type Operation voltage (100/1 15/200/230 V AC) is pre-set at factory in accordance with customer ’ s request.
- 21 - ４．３ T ermi nal board Use terminal board on the rear panel of the main unit for the connection between BK, external receiver or decoder . Insert a connection wire in a terminal in the following ways. Note: Use connection wire with single core 0.
- 22 - ４．４ Grounding A GND terminal is on the rear panel of the main unit. Be sure to ground the main unit u sing attached earth wire (3m KIV wire 50/0.45 with copper tube terminal). ４．５ Receiv ing antenna Following antennas are suitable to use as the receiving antenn a for the F AX-410.
- 23 - ４．６ Exchange of a recording paper (1) Remove the front cover , up the paper cutting plate, slide the pap er feed lever in the direction of rear . (Ref. Fig.1) (2) Set the roll paper to the holder by pressing a paper guide ② to left side.
- 24 - Fig.3 (6) Install the front cover . At that time, place the end of paper above the front cover . (Ref. Fig.6) Fig.6 (5) Return the paper cutting plate to the original position.
SP - 1 ５． SPECIF ICA TIONS ５．１ Receiver Reception : Synthesized double superheterodyne Frequency range : MF/HF 2.0000 ~ 24.99999 MHz Mode : F3C Selectivity : 2.0 kHz at –6 dB Number of channels : 315 channels Sensitivity : MF/HF 2µV at 20 dB SINAD Channel selection : Automatic or manual, digital with ten-key pad T uning indicator : 3 LEDs (light emitting diodes) Display : 32 characters in 2 lines with LCDs (liquid crystal display) Audio input : Impedance 600 Ω , frequency 1900 ± 400 Hz level 0 dBm, or high impe dance ５．２ Recorder Recording system : Electronic s canning with thermal head IOC : Index of cooperation – 576 and 288 Recording speed : 60, 90, 120 scans per minute Gradation : 9 tones (white, 7 gray levels and black) Recording paper : Thermal paper (257 mm X 60 m) Line density : 8 dots/mm (total number of dots: 2048) ５．３ Automatic Control Start/stop : Automatic start or st op by timer program and/or WMO standard remote control signal (or manual) Recording rate : Automatic selectio n of recording rate (or manual) IOC : Automatic selecti on of IOC by WMO start signal (or manual) Phase : Automatic selection of phase matching by passing signal (or manual) ５．４ Power , Dimension & W eight Power source : DC 10 ~ 40 V , max.
SP - 2 T ABLE OF F ACSIMILE ST A TION T able of pre-pro grammed frequencies and area map This unit has a ROM (read only memory) which is pre-programmed 150 of existing frequencies of transmitting statio ns. Stations and frequencies are shown in the map and table respectively .
SP - 3 FREQUENCY FR EQUENCY [kHz] [kHz] 000 JMH JAPAN 3622.5 050 3S D BEIJING 8461.9 001 JMH JAPAN 7305.0 051 3S D B EIJING 1 2831.9 002 JMH JAPAN 13597.0 052 3S D B EIJING 1 6903.9 010 JJC MALAYSIA 8467.5 060 BDF SHANGH AI 3241.
SP - 4 FR E QUE NC Y FREQ U E N CY [kHz] [kHz] 100 V M W WI LUN A 5755. 0 180 6V U D AK AR 4790. 5 101 V M W WI LUN A 7535. 0 181 6V U D AK AR 13667. 5 102 V M W WI LUN A 10555. 0 182 6V U D AK AR 19750. 0 103 V M W WI LUN A 15 615.
SP - 5 FR E QUE NC Y FREQ U E N CY [kHz ] [k Hz ] 250 V FF I Q ALU I T & RE SOL UT E 3253. 0 340 RBV T ASHK E NT 3690. 0 251 V FF I Q ALU I T & RE SOL UT E 7710. 0 341 RPJ T ASHK E NT 4365. 0 342 RBV TASHK E NT 5890. 0 260 V CO SY D NE Y , NO V A SCO TI A 4416.
SP - 6 FR E QUE NC Y FRE Q U EN CY [kHz] [kHz ] 400 RCC M O SCO W 3830. 0 401 RCC M O SCO W 5008. 0 402 RCC M O SCO W 6987. 0 403 RCC M O SCO W 7695. 0 404 RCC M O SCO W 10980. 0 405 RD D MO SC O W 11617. 0 406 RCC M O SCO W 12961.
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D - 2 Layout diagram M207-P A C Power supply unit － OUT DC Power supply unit FUSE 12 － 24VDC 7A Selectable AC or DC when placing order W eather Facsimile Receiver F AX-410 BK IN EXT IN ＋ －＋ BK A F A F OUT ＋ － FAX-5 Active antenna coupler Option Whip antenna(2.
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