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14.06.2015

Inland AIS (only for vessels covered by the European Code for Inland Waterways)

Inland AIS (only for vessels covered by the European Code for Inland Waterways) 

 
AIS transceiver T-105 transceivers support operation as a Class A (high seas / SOLAS), and operation mode for inland navigation. 
Switching between Class A and Inland AIS is possible in the menu system, and these settings must be carried out at the installation, depending on the place of operation of the vessel. When using the AIS in the mode of inland navigation need more information on the ship and flight.  
 
The transceiver stores the data on the ship and the voyage for ships of Class A (high seas) and Inland AIS separately, ie, requires two independent configuration settings, one for ships of Class A and the other - for Inland AIS. If a transceiver is installed on the vessel for inland navigation, to the additional adjustment for inland navigation, as described below, should implement standard setting data of the vessel and voyage data. 

Switching between 'Class A' and 'Inland AIS' 

To switch between modes of operation, press' Menu 'and select the submenu' Setting ', then' AIS vnutr.sudohodstva ', then select' Configure for internal 
Shipping '. Then ask for the 'Inland AIS' mode 'On' or 'Off' before you save the settings. If the transceiver is configured to operate in the 'Inland AIS' in the status bar will be permanently displayed icon 'IL'. 

Enter the settings identification of the vessel for inland navigation 

To operate in the mode of inland navigation along with some changes to the standard settings of AIS need to make additional information on the identification of the vessel. The AIS transceiver should be introduced the following additional information: 
  • The code EIN vessel (unique European identity), which is an 8-digit number assigned to the vessel. 
  • Type of vessel as a code ERI (4 digits) is selected in the attached table in section 9. 
  • The length of the ship rounded up to 10 cm (with greater accuracy than standard AIS configuration). 
  • The width of the ship rounded up to 10 cm (with greater accuracy than standard AIS configuration). 
  • You must configure the quality of sources of data on speed, course and direction that are connected to the AIS. Quality settings for each data source may be 'high' and 'low'. If you do not use the standard approved sensor (eg gyro, provides information on the course), connected to the AIS transceiver should use the lowest setting. 
For more information on the identification can be entered via the main menu. Press the 'Menu', then go through the sub-menu 'installation', 'AIS vnutr.sudohodstva' menu 'Data vessel for inland navigation'. In this window, you can enter information for inland navigation, as described above. 
 
The Inland AIS must update the following standard identification information of the vessel AIS: 
  • For inland navigation vessel IMO number should be set to '0' or '00000000'. 
  • Standard type of ship AIS must be set in accordance with the closest to the type of vessel it - see. Table types in the article Appointment AIS
 
All of these updates are made in the course of the procedure described in the article Setting AIS T-105 Class A 

Dimensions inland navigation vessel) when operating in inland AIS length and width of the ship are entered up to the nearest 10 cm. This is in addition to the size of the ship, obtained from the location of the GNSS antenna, introduced during the standard setting (see. Section 4.5) is introduced in meters. The dimensions of length and width for inland navigation should be rounded up to the next whole number m in the implementation of the standard configuration. Both sets of size should refer to the maximum rectangular size of transport. 

Enter the settings for sailing inland navigation 

When operating the device in the mode of inland navigation need more information about the flight, as well as some changes to the standard configuration of the AIS. The AIS transceiver should be introduced the following additional information: 
  • Load condition of the vessel: 'Loaded' or 'empty.' 
  • Number of blue cones or blue flag to indicate the status of the load (1, 2 or 3 blue cones or blue flag). 
  • The static draft of the vessel to the nearest centimeter. 
  • Air draft vessel to the nearest centimeter. 
  • Number of crew, passengers and other shipboard personnel. 
  • Number of assisting tugboats (0 to 6). 
For more information on the identification can be entered via the main menu. Press the 'Menu', then select the submenu 'Data voyage'. If the AIS transceiver operates in the inland voyage data entry screen will be expanded to provide additional input information described above. You must update the following standard AIS voyage information about Inland: 
  • Destination 

Other options for Inland AIS 

When operating in the mode of inland navigation can be connected to the AIS transceiver switch 'blue sign' and manually adjust the frequency of transmission of the location of the AIS. The procedure for connecting the switch 'blue sign' is described below. Setting switch 'blue sign' and the frequency of reports can be made through the main menu by selecting the command 'Set' and the submenu 'Inland configuration'. To adjust the blue sign switch to select 'Settings Blue sign '. 
The switch can be set to 'Available' if a blue sign switch is connected or 'Unavailable', if the switch is not connected. To set the interval of the report on the status of the AIS manually select optsiyu'Vybor frequency of transmission. ' Available setting transmission intervals include: 
  • Once every 10 seconds 
  • Once every 5 seconds 
  • Once every 2 seconds 
In manual mode, changing the frequency of transmission must make accurate and, as a rule, instructions local regulatory agencies 

Blue sign switch connection 

To display the status of the blue flag in the mode of Inland AIS transceiver to the AIS can be connected to an external switch. If the switch blue sign is set, the switch should be set mode 'access.', As described above.
 
External switch must be lockable single-pole type and connected to the terminals 'switch' terminal box, as shown in Figure
When circuit (short circuit) switch is installed and accordingly transferred to the reports (transmission) Inland AIS status of the blue sign. 
 
 
Do not connect to the blue sign switch connector voltage sources. 
 


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