Multifunction display capability, featuring ECDIS,Conning Information Display, Radar/Chart Radar* and Alert Management System**
*a radar sensor needs to be integrated in the network.
** Radar and Alert Management System display capabilities are to be implemented as software update after product release. (option)
Instantaneous chart redraw delivered by FURUNO’s advanced chart drawing engine, making redraw latency a thing of the past
Intuitive new user interface offers fast, precise route planning, monitoring and navigation data management
Interface with existing FAR-21×7/FAR28x7 series Radar for Radar overlay, target track info, route and waypoint exchange via Ethernet
*Software update on FAR-21×7/FAR-28×7 series might be necessary depending on the program number.
Complies with the following IMO and IEC regulations:
- IMO MSC.232(82)
- IMO A.694(17)
- IEC 61174 Ed. 3
- IEC 61162-1 Ed. 4
- IEC 61162-2 Ed. 1
- IEC 62288
- IHO/S-57 Edition 3 vector chart (IHO S-63 data protection scheme)
- Admiralty Vector Chart Service by UKHO
- C-MAP ENC
- Jeppesen Primar ECDIS Service
- ARCS raster chart
- C-MAP Professional+*
*C-MAP Professional+ is a private chart, hence not construed as replacement for paper chart.
- Interface with Jeppesen Dynamic Licensing Service available
- Compatibility with Admiralty Information Overlay (AIO) for further navigation safety
Additional AIO layer includes all Admiralty Temporary and Preliminary Notices to Mariners as well as additional ENC Preliminary Notices to Mariners, i.e., reported navigational hazards that have been incorporated into paper chart but have yet to be included in ENCs. The service is free of charge as part of Admiralty Vector Chart Service (AVCS) by UKHO.
Ease of installation and maintenance thanks to simplified cabling in the sensor-to-ECDIS/Radar interface delivered by common sensor adapter
Sensor Adapter acts as central medium to gather all the sensor data and collectively feed it to all FMD-3200/3300 ECDIS and FCR-2xx9 Chart Radar in the system.Since sensor adapter can be extended to cover all the sensors within the system, individual cablings in the sensor-to-ECDIS/Radar interface can be greatly reduced.
Navigation sensors can be directly interfaced with the ECDIS processor’s 8 serial I/O ports.Sensor adapters are required under the following conditions:
- the sensor data is to be shared amongst multiple networked ECDIS and Radar systems,
- the number of sensors interfaced is more than the number of the ports the processor has (8 serial I/O ports, 1 digital IN and 6 digital OUT), and/or
- the networked sensors include analog sensors.
In order to integrate onboard sensors into the navigation network, the sensor adapter may be interfaced with the switching hub HUB-100 from which distribution of the sensor data throughout the network is possible.Alternatively, multiple sensor adapters may be interfaced via Ethernet to integrate onboard sensors for use in the shipboard network.
FURUNO’s new user interface delivers straightforward, task-based operation
The operator control of the FMD-3200 and FMD-3300 can be done with the ECDIS Control Unit RCU-024 or the Trackball Control Unit RCU-026. All functions of the ECDIS can be accessed by using the trackball, scrollwheel and left/right clicking.
- Press “EBL 1” and “EBL 2” to activate/deactivate respective EBL; and rotate the encoder to adjust active EBL.
- Rotate to adjust brilliance level of the FURUNO monitor; and press to select display palette.
- Rotate to adjust radar gain on the radar overlay.
- Press “VRM 1” and “VRM 2” to activate/deactivate respective VRM; and rotate the rotary encoder to adjust active VRM.
- For acknowledgement of alerts generated.
- Rotate to select items within the I.A.bar; and press to confirm the selection of the item.
- Full QWERTY keyboard for easy entery of route, event and waypoint names.
- Following functions are assigned for each key:
UNDO to undo the last operation RANGE to select chart scale
- Following functions are assigned for each key:
VIEW/HIDE to show/hide the I.A. bar and route information window ACQ/ACT to activate selected active AIS target TARGET DATA to display the detailed target data for selected TT/AIS TARGET CANCEL to sleep the selected active AIS target
- USB port for charts update, import/export, WP/routes, user setting.
- Trackball Module
Trackball module consists of four parts, each of which has the following functions:
trackball to move the cursor and select an object left-click to perform/confirm the action related the selected object right-click to display contextual menu while a cursor is on the display area, and to cancel action done on the selected object scrollwheel to select menu items
Task-based user interface realized by combination of Status bar and InstantAccess bar providing quick access to the needed tasks/functions
The user interface of the FMD-3200/FMD-3300 centers on carefully organized operational tools: Status bar and InstantAccess bar. The Status bar at the top of the screen contains information about the operating status, i.e., MFD operating mode, the ECDIS operation modes, etc. InstantAccess bar at the left-hand side of the screen contains all the tasks (functions/actions) corresponding to the ECDIS operation mode currently selected. These operational tools deliver straightforward, task-based operation by which the operator can quickly perform navigational task without having to go deeper into an intricate menu tree.
Drop-down menu to facilitate streamlined operation
on buttons in the Status bar and InstantAccess bar indicate that there are hidden options of actions/tasks to be performed in the sub-layer, which can be initiated by left-clicking the buttons. This way, the operator can quickly gain access to the related tasks.
When clicking on the InstantAccess bar, the InstantAccess bar will retract to the edge of the screen. By clicking the hidden bar at the edge of the screen, the InstantAccess bar will come back in. The upper part of the InstantAccess bar contains the list of available tasks/functions specific to each of the ECDIS operation modes selected, hence providing quick access to the needed tasks/functions to be performed. While the menu items of the upper part of the InstantAccess bar change according to the mode selected, the lower part of the InstantAccess bar is static for all modes, except for “Mini Conning”, which is only available in the “Monitor mode” and “Plan mode”.
ECDIS operation modes
In the Monitor Mode, ship’s behaviour can be monitored in relations to the planned route. Various voyage monitoring tools are incorporated into the InstantAccess bar.
Chart Maintenance Mode
The Chart Maintenance Mode allows the operators to handle charts to be used in the system
In the Plan mode, the operators can generate and edit route plans as well as user charts. Also, various detailed reports, generated by ECDIS, on planned routes as well as user charts can be viewed. All these tasks can be accessed from the InstantAccess bar.
|Testing standard||IEC 61174ed3|
|Electronic Navigational Chart (ENC)||S-57 Edition 3.1,
S-57 Edition 3.1.1 and
S-57 Maintenance Document (Cumulative) Number 8
|Raster Navigational Chart (RNC)||S-61 Edition 1.0|
|ECDIS Presentation Library||S-52 PresLib edition 3.4|
|ENC Data Protection||S-63 edition 1.1|
|Compliance for IHO CDS||Yes|
|Possibility for Updating||–|