JRC JAN-2000 23" IMO ECDIS
The second generation JAN-2000 integrates a new, more powerful processor,
designed to deliver the high performance standard while still keeping the ECDIS
an economical choice.
The JAN-2000, a fully type approved system, is a highly
cost-effective solution for mid-small size ships & workboats. The number of
serial ports tripled to 9 available as standard while excluding function as TCS
and radar overlay. And with such standardized interface configuration JAN-2000
can also be considered as an economical back-up solution for our full featured
JAN-901B/701B, as commonly installed on large vessels.
The JAN-2000 comes standard with the same processor that is also
found on the JAN-901B/701B. Feedback from captains, factory testing and
benchmarks show the new processor is a fast improvement. Especially remarkable
is the operational performance running very smooth and speedy when changing
range scale or dragging the chart.
There are many aspects to a successful implementation of ECDIS
on your vessel or fleet. Here are a few examples which may be helpful for this
Our dedicated keyboard allows you to carry out all operations
simply by using the keyboard or trackball. The responsive feel keys allow
logical and precise operation, even under heavy sea conditions.
Back up via LAN
The JAN-2000 ECDIS can directly be connected via LAN to JRC's VDR and S-VDR.
This way, you can easily backup important data, without the need for additional
As standard, the JAN-2000 integrates a grounding avoidance function, which
protects vessels from collision and entering dangerous areas. This system allows
real-time display of the ship's position on electronic charts, allowing to
easily avoiding routes for dangerous areas. You can simply make a crossing
warning and it is possible to check safety contour lines and dangerous at the
route planning stage.
UPS built in
The JAN-2000 has a small Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
built in as standard, holding up to 60 seconds until OS closes automatically.
IMO amendments to the international SOLAS convention make it
compulsory to fit an ECDIS. The legislation will be phased by vessel type and
size and will eventually apply to almost all large merchant ships started July
2012. A single ECDIS may be used for navigation but it requires a backup by
paper charts or a secondary ECDIS. (If you use ECDIS as a primary means of
navigation, it's essential to understand both your flag state and class society
requirements for installation and operator certification.)
Also, as ECDIS is a total change from paper charts, the master, officers and
other watch keeping bridge officers should as a minimum undertake generic
training, followed by a JRC type specific (familiarization) training.
Type specific training
JRC is working globally with various dedicated training
establishments and distributors that provide JRC type specific training. Today,
close to 10,000 bridge officers passed the JRC TST course. On
jrceurope.com you can find all approved ECDIS
Flexible black box configuration
The JAN-2000 consist of a 19 or 23-inch display (option), processor and
keyboard, allowing for simple configuration and flexible installation approach.
It is also possible to install selected third party displays as alternative.
Advanced route planning
The advanced nature of JRC's new JAN-2000 ECDIS allows route
planning in different ways. Either plan your route by using the table editor,
while displaying current waypoint or graphically draw your next waypoint on the
chart. Editing the route is just as simple as inserting. Dedicated menus are
readily available to assist the mariner in effective route planning. Not only
can you save the routes, but import favorite or commonly used files, even from
previously ECDIS models, using industry-standard CSV format.
During the voyage, you can add an alternative route, which can be displayed
simultaneously. You can move, insert, add and delete waypoints instantly and
easily exchange the alternative route with route in progress.
Some items could strike you on the vessel, a slippery deck or unexpected
movement of the vessel are situations in which a person may possibly fall of the
vessel. The JAN-2000 integrates a single-press Man Overboard (MOB) operation.
Instantly, a dedicated symbol arises on the screen, providing a range detailed
info such as positioning, bearing, range and time till arriving at MOB. This
emergency system enables immediate and accurate search and rescue efforts.
Multiple and wide screen viewing is possible with the new
JAN-2000. You can divide the chart screen into two sections, in which the same
or different charts can be displayed, in a mixture of ways. In this field of
view, it provides a 'look-ahead' capability, especially useful in coastal areas.
With the wide screen view function, an additional screen in the display area,
showing a segment of the chart, allows viewing at a glance.
In the box
- e-Token (C-Map Ed.3)
- Spare parts