JRC JAN-7201S Multi Function Display ECDIS (Simplified) with 19" display without frame
Provide a smooth operating environment ensured
by high-speed chart drawing
- Conforming to the latest IMO performance standards with Marine Equipment
Directive (MED) certification.
- Ensuring intuitive and easy-to-use display and operation performance
reflecting professional user’s voices.
- Integrating route editing and route safety checking to support safer route
- Delivered with a software license allowing an expansion tailored to each
operational requirement for a wide
variety of optional features.
- Providing the J-Marine Cloud service that collectively supports the
updating of charts.
- ECDIS type-specific training (TST) is provided by a variety of
organizations around the world on behalf of JRC
The Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) is
a geographic information system for voyage planning and route monitoring to
support the safety navigation of ships at sea.
The ECDIS onboard a ship uses images obtained from the automatic
identification system (AIS), radar system, and collision avoidance target
tracking (TT) system and superposes the images with navigational chart
information, thus accurately displaying dynamic information on other ships
around. Also the ECDIS plays central roles in the safe navigation of the ship
and provides safety functions, including the generation of warnings when the
ship approaches dangerous areas. The ECDIS is useful for marine accident
avoidance and serves as equipment indispensable to the safe navigation of ships.
Sophisticated user interface
The JAN-9201/7201 incorporates a new user interface (named jGUI) for an
intuitive, easy-to-use, simple menu system based on the display of icons. This
interface always displays critical data in fixed positions on the screen while
icon-based menu display informs users of corresponding functions straightaway.
Furthermore, target tracking (TT) and AIS symbols feature pop-up displays while
mouseover on the target showing their main data at a glance.
Route editing and safety checking
JRC’s new ECDIS model JAN-9201/7201 has integrated route editing, which was
conventionally divided into two segments, i.e., graphics input and numeric table
input areas, into one. Waypoints, if specified, on a navigational chart are
immediately quantified and added to the numeric editing table, and the numeric
data on the waypoints that is input into the editing table is immediately
reflected on the navigational chart. Up to four routes can be edited at the same
time, and a portion cut out of any route can be combined and the routes can be
all or partly replaced or edited.
Furthermore, a safety check on edited route data is possible with a click of a
button. Detected error information items, if any, are listed and displayed, and
the corresponding route portions are highlighted in the chart and table, which
can be confirmed at a glance to take remedial measures.
Mandatory installation of ECDIS
In response to the latest revision of the International Convention for the
Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), the International Maritime Organization (IMO)
enforced the mandatory installation of the ECDIS on oceangoing passenger ships
with 500 gross tons or more and tankers and cargo ships with 3,000 gross tons or
more in a stepwise manner in and after July 2012. This mandatory decision
requires conventional paper charts or an additional ECDIS as a backup to the
primary ECDIS if a ship uses the primary ECDIS as main navigational equipment.
(Requirements for the equipment and operation qualification are subject to
approval from the country with which the ship is registered and recommendations
from the classification society of the ship.)
Regulations and major specifications
This equipment conforms to the requirements set out in the IMO’s resolution
MSC.191 (79) for display-related voyage information adopted in December 2004 and
the IMO Resolution MSC.232 (82) for ECDIS performance standards adopted in
Other specifications of the ECDIS are shown below.
- Electronic chart display function/Radar overlay function : IEC 61174
- Display-related voyage information : IEC 62288
- Track control system (TCS) function *1 : IEC 62065
- Contact your JRC representative for supporting autopilot models.
Easy-to-use operating unit
The newly designed trackball supports all the operation of the
equipment. Users will be alerted with alarms from the operating unit and
color changes under situations that require attention.
The ECDIS will be operable like conventional models by connecting an
optional operating unit that incorporates dedicated function buttons,
control knobs and a full keyboard adopting the QWERTY layout.
Selectable screen sizes
A newly designed narrow-frame 26-inch (WUXGA) and 19-inch (SXGA) LCD
monitors are prepared for the JAN-9201/7201. Each monitor adopts an LED
backlight, thus providing high-quality images that are highly visible both
during the day and at night. Also a touch panel monitor will be available
as an option in each size shortly, allowing yet another straightforward
way of operating the ECDIS.
Furthermore, an unprecedentedly large 46-inch (FHD) monitor is
available optionally. This monitor is almost as large as conventional
paper charts and convenient for an offshore ship, for example, if the
display needs to be installed away from the maneuvering position. (For
details, contact your JRC representative.)
Correspond to the major chart
The JAN-9201/7201 supports the display of major electronic
navigational charts (ENCs), including those provided by ADMIRALTY Vector
Chart Service (AVCS) (S-57 Ed 3.0/3.1 and S-63), NAVTOR ENC Service, and
Jeppesen ENC Service as well as ADMIRALTY Raster Chart Service (ARCS).
Also, it supports advanced features provided with ENCs, such as the
Admiralty Information Overlay (AIO) of AVCS by the United Kingdom
Hydrographic Office (UKHO) and Dynamic Licensing of Jeppesen ENC service.
JRC provides a one-stop service for ECDIS through its total solution
service “J-Marine Cloud”. JRC not only acts as a sales agent for chart
data but also undertakes all ECDIS-related complicated procedures,
including pay-as-you-sail (PAYS) services for the automatic purchasing of
updated data on navigational routes. In addition, JRC provides J-Marine
Routing that suggests optimum routes based on route planning and the
latest weather forecast in combination. For details, visit http://www.jmarinecloud.com/.
ENC (S-57 and S-63 vector charts)
·AVCS (AIO supported)
·NAVTOR ENC Service (PAYS supported)
·Jeppesen ENC Service
(Dynamic Licensing supported)
Others (private charts)
·Jeppesen Ed.3 Professional
·Jeppesen Ed.3 Professional+
The equipment incorporates a variety of optional functions that will be
available with software licenses added. Software licenses can be added
before or after the ECDIS comes into operation. Therefore, the ECDIS can
be customized to match the actual operating conditions.
·Expansion of AIS display targets (500 ? 1000)
·Radar overlay function*1
·S-Joy control support*3
·Satellite communications blocking alarm (Function expanded in the future)
- The radar overlay function requires an optional radar interface
circuit and radar image signal input.
- The track control system (TCS) function requires auto pilot
connections in addition. For details, including corresponding models,
contact your JRC representative.
- For autopilot models connectable to the S-Joy control panel, contact
your JRC representative.
Type-specific training (TST)
Unlike JRC’s conventional ECDIS models, this ECDIS has adopted a new
operation system and a TST program supporting the new operation system is
required. The TST for the new ECDIS is given at JRC’s major branches,
agents, and training institutions around the world. The training will be
given onboard or offices by instructors dispatched at the request of
Furthermore, PC software is available for users’ self-learning at home
or onboard. For more information about TST, contact your JRC
Sensor data sharing
The central control unit is provided with the only minimum required
external interfaces specified by Marine Equipment Directives (MEDs), and
other sensor data is received through the bridge network (LAN) from the
The interface circuits are designed to be shared by a number of
new-type navigation devices, and each type of interface circuit can be
combined and selected according to each signal format and the number of
- S : SLC (Serial LAN interface circuit): IEC 61162-2 × 2; IEC 61162-1
× 8; Contact input point ×4; Contact output point x 8
- A : AOC (Analog option circuit) * 1: -10 to 10V DC or 4 to 20 mA × 4
- G : GIF (Gyro interface circuit): Gyro signals (Sync and Step); Ship
speed pulse signals (100 to 800 pp)
- R : RIF (Radar interface circuit): Interswitch connection × 1; Slave
video input × 1
- The installation of the AOC requires a serial LAN interface circuit
In the box
·Central control unit
·Power supply unit
·Trackball operation unit
·Keyboard operation unit
·Sensor LAN switch
·Serial LAN interface circuit
·Analog option circuit
·Gyro interface circuits
·Radar interface circuit
·Relay terminal block
·Display unit mount kit
·Interswitch (4 ch/8 ch)
19-inch monitor and desktop frame*
26-inch monitor and desktop frame*
CBW-1595Weight: 5.5 kg
- * Desktop frame is option.
Central control unit
NDC-1590Weight: 5.6 kgg
Power supply unit
NBD-913Weight: 4.2 kg
Trackball operation unit
NCE-5605Weight: 1.3 kg
Keyboard operation unit (option)
NCE-5625Weight: 0.8 kg
Junction box (option)
NQE-1143Weight: 3.8 kg
19” display unit mount kit /26” display unit mount kit*
- *Display mount kit is option.
|Conforming to IMO standards
|JAN-9201: 26-inch WUXGA color LCD, 1920 × 1200 pixels, touch panel (sold
JAN-7201: 26-inch WUXGA color LCD, 1280 × 1024 pixels, touch panel (sold
|Central control block
|Intel Core i5 2515E 2.5 GHz
2-GB main memory
SSD × 2
DVD drive × 1
|24 V DC or single-phase 100 to 115V AC or 220 to 240 V AC at 50/60 Hz
|Rating JAN-9201: 240 VA max.; JAN-7201: 200 VA max.
|Chart display function
|ENC: S-57 Ed3.0/3.1 and S-63
AVCS (AIO supported), NAVTOR ENC Service, and Jeppesen ENC Service
Raster charts: ARCS
Personal chart: Jeppesen Ed.3 Professional/Professional+
|TM (true motion)/RM (relative motion) display
|Azimuth display mode
|True motion mode: North UP/Course UP/Head UP/Waypoint UP
Relative motion mode: North UP/Course UP/Head UP/Waypoint UP
|1:1,000 to 1:20,000,000 (WUXGA)/1:40,000,000 (SXGA)/1:20,000,000 (FHD)
|0.125, 0.25, 0.5, 0.75, 1.5, 3, 6, 12, 24, 48, 96NM
|Upper-lower split/Left-right split/Picture-in-picture
|Route planning function
Alternative route creation
Connection between routes
Import/export (in CSV)
|Number of routes displayed
|Four types max.
|Monitoring for position, wake, and dragging anchor
|Water depths, obstacles, approaching prohibited areas, course deviation,
waypoints, and arrival time
|Other ship monitoring
|TT display 200 targets max. (100 targets per radar and responding to a
maximum of two radars)
AIS display: 500 targets max. (expanding to a maximum 1,000 targets with an
optional function added)
|Number of display points
|100,000 points (marks and lines)
|Possible with USB memory
|Data display function
|Conning data block display
|Remote maintenance function
|Navigation data (3 months max.)
Logbook (3 months max.)
|Optional (software license)
|S-Joy control supported