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After black out of ship during audit Radar Model JMA 9303 no work.
Radar start work and after 15 sec. switch off.
Radar not show target and display error "ANTCLK ER" ( Bearing pulses are not
sent to the display unit)and "TRIG ERR" unknown error.
Antena of radar working.
Heading pulse is a reed switch sensor built inside the dome. upon each rotation of the array the reed switch is activated. Do a visual inspection of your array (inside) to make sure it is spinning (verify from a distance). Don't get eye level with the rotating array it can cause great harm to your eyes. Normally I have seen the belt slip off and also the lanyard attachment get caught in the array. Check those two things as well.
Normally the bearing pulse comes from the bearing pulse generator built inside the motor. Every time the motor turns it sends a pulse down the line showing the radar that it is indeed spinning. There is also a Heading pulse that comes from an electric eye elsewhere in the housing. The other thing could be that the wire carrying the bearing pulse is not getting back to the display. More so than often, it's the motor. I would have the display sent out to be checked on a simulator if there is a marine electronicshop nearby.
Either your reed switch is bad or your antenna is not rotating. You may hear the motor spinning but that does not mean the array is. If the array is not spinning make sure the belt did not come off the motor. Start there.
If both plotter works but they have no comunikation
RESET the RL 70 AND L760
This is how it works
press the powerbutton when you have picture press the menu bottom
than systemsetup and than four seconds the menu bottom.
Do this on both plotter normaly after this it works again
I have found that many of the issues you are experiencing are a result of operator error (no offense). For the system you have described, you will definitely have a network switch which interfaces everything. Is it possible that the network switch is powered from a source that you dont always turn on? In other words, if the system has multiple breakers and the network sw is tied to one of them, using only one display for example may leave the switch without power and give the error messages you described. Bottom line......BE SURE that the entire system is powered on. Another possible cause is master vs slave. One of the two displays is the master. If you power the system up in the wrong order or without the network switch in the loop, the slave unit will automatically ask you to set it as the master. NEVER do this. Changing the master will result in data loss as you described. Finally, if all of this checks out, verify the software in your displays (the version will appear in the bottom right during start up). Your software should be at least V4.29 but there is a newer version available so if you need to upgrade make sure you get the most recent. Good luck
Your problem is likely noise from the motor. Modern diesels use high speed networks, so it could be interference. Next likelihood would be a software issue. Is the diesel set up to display info on the G display?
Solution could be re routing cables, grounding or un grounding devices. First step is to send your processor to Raymarine, sorry, necessary step to eliminate hardware failure. This is a tough symptom, so do the easy stuff first.