Navigation radar systems and turning indicators in the Rhine navigation
(Appendix M to Annex II of the Inland Waterway Search Order)

Original Language Title: Navigationsradaranlagen und Wendeanzeiger in der Rheinschifffahrt
(Anlage M zu Anhang II der Binnenschiffsuntersuchungsordnung)

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Navigation radar systems and turning indicators in the Rhine navigation
(Annex M to Annex II of the inland waterway search order)

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Date of completion: 20.12.2012

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" Navigation radar systems and turning indicators in the Rhine navigation system (Annex M to Annex II of the Inland Waterway investigation order) of 20 December 2012 (BGBl. 2802, 2823), as defined in Article 1 (15) (NN) of the Regulation of 28 December 2012 (BGBl). 2802). "

Status: Amended by Art. 1 No. 15 DBuchst. NN V v. 28.12.2012 I 2802

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(+ + + Text certificate from 1.1.2013 + + +) 

See: BinSchUO 2008 text of the Inland Waterway Search Order

See the text of Annex II of the Inland Waterway Search Order:
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Appendix M: Text inserted by Art. 1 No. 15 DBuchst. NN V v. 28.12.2012 I 2802 mWv 1.1.2013 Unofficial table of contents

Contents

Part I

Minimum requirements and test conditions for navigation radar systems in the Rhine navigation

Part II

Minimum requirements and test conditions for turning indicators in the Rhine navigation

Chapter 1 General
Chapter 2 General minimum requirements for turning indicators
Chapter 3 Minimum requirements for turning indicators with regard to handling
Chapter 4 Minimum technical requirements for turning indicators
Chapter 5 Test conditions and test procedures for turning indicators
Annex: Error limits for turn indicators
Part III

Requirements for installation and function testing
of navigation radar systems and turning indicators in the Rhine navigation

Part IV

Certificate of installation and function
of navigation radar systems and turning indicators in the Rhine navigation

Part V

Lists of competent authorities, approved equipment and recognised specialist firms

Part I
Minimum requirements and test conditions for navigation radar systems in the Rhine navigation

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§ § §
1 Scope
2 Task of the radar system
3 Minimum requirements
4 Type Check
5 Application for type testing
6 Type Approval
7 Marking of equipment, approval number
8 Manufacturer ' s declaration
9 Changes to approved assets
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§ 1 Scope

These rules lay down the minimum requirements for navigation radar systems in the Rhine navigation system, as well as the conditions under which compliance with the minimum requirements will be examined. Inland ECDIS equipment, which can be operated in the navigation mode, are navigation radar systems within the meaning of these regulations. Unofficial table of contents

§ 2 Task of the radar system

Radars must have an image which is useful for the management of the ship, its position in relation to the emphasis, the river contours and the structures essential to shipping, as well as other ships and the surface of the water. to detect any obstacles in the way of the running water safely and in good time. Unofficial table of contents

§ 3 Minimum Requirements

1.
Radar systems must comply with the requirements of the law on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment of 7 February 2001 (BGBl. 170), as last amended by Article 1 of the Law of 3 May 2012 (BGBl). 1717), have been amended.
2.
In addition, the radar systems must comply with the requirements of the European standard DIN EN 302194-1:2007.
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§ 4 Typpexamination

Radar installations shall be approved for installation on board ships only if a type test has demonstrated that they meet the minimum requirements set out in Section 3 (2). Tests for the verification of compliance with the minimum requirements of § 3 Number 1 are not part of the type test. Unofficial table of contents

§ 5 Request for type testing

1.
The application for a type-testing of a radar system must be submitted to a competent inspection authority of a Rhine-State or of Belgium.
2.
The application must be accompanied by the following documents:
a)
two detailed technical descriptions,
b)
two complete sets of the circuit and service documents,
c)
two detailed operating instructions,
d)
two short instruction manuals and
e)
where appropriate, evidence of tests already carried out.
3.
In the course of the type-examination, applicants shall be a legal or natural person whose name, trademark or other characteristic name shall be manufactured or marketed for the purposes of a type-testing operation.
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§ 6 Type-approval

After a successful type approval, the approval is granted by the inspection authority by issuing a certificate of type-approval. In the event of non-compliance with the minimum requirements, the grounds for refusal shall be communicated to the applicant in writing. The competent authority shall communicate to the Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine the equipment approved by it. Unofficial table of contents

§ 7 Labelling of equipment, approval number

1.
The individual equipment of the plant shall be provided in a durable manner with the name of the manufacturer, the name of the installation, the type of equipment and the serial number.
2.
The approval number issued by the competent authority shall be permanently attached to the installation ' s visual equipment, so that it is clearly visible even after installation. The authorisation number shall be as follows: R-N-NNN

(R = Rhine
N = the number of the country of authorisation;
where 1 = D, 2 = F, 4 = N, 6 = B, 14 = CH
NNN = three-digit number, to be determined by the competent authority.)


3.
The approval number may only be used in conjunction with its approval. The applicant shall be responsible for making and applying the approval number.
4.
The competent authority shall notify the Central Commission for the Rhine navigation of the approval number given and the name of the type, the name of the manufacturer, the name of the holder of the type-approval and the date of the authorisation.
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§ 8 Statement by the manufacturer

A declaration by the manufacturer must be provided for each installation, in which it is assured that the installation complies with the existing minimum requirements and that no restrictions on the type presented in the test are identical. Unofficial table of contents

§ 9 Changes to approved plants

1.
Changes to approved assets will result in a deletion of approval. To the extent that changes are intended, they shall be notified in writing to the audit authority.
2.
The audit authority shall decide whether the authorisation shall continue to exist or whether an inspection or a re-examination of the type is necessary. In case of a new type check, a new approval number will be issued.

Part II
Minimum requirements and test conditions for turning indicators in the Rhine navigation

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Chapter 1

General

§ § §
1.01 Scope
1.02 Turn indicator task
1.03 Type Check
1.04 Application for type testing
1.05 Type Approval
1.06 Marking of equipment, approval number
1.07 Manufacturer ' s declaration
1.08 Changes to approved assets
Chapter 2

General minimum requirements for turning indicators

2.01 Construction, Execution
2.02 Radiated radio interference and electromagnetic compatibility
2.03 Operation
2.04 Operating instructions
2.05 Installation and functional testing
Chapter 3

Minimum requirements for turning indicators with regard to handling

3.01 Access to the turn indicator
3.02 Display of turning speed
3.03 Measurement ranges
3.04 Accuracy of the displayed turning speed
3.05 Sensitivity
3.06 Function monitoring
3.07 Insensitivity to other typical ship movements
3.08 Insensitivity to magnetic fields
3.09 Daughter devices
Chapter 4

Minimum technical requirements for turning indicators

4.01 Operation
4.02 Damping devices
4.03 Attachment of auxiliary devices
Chapter 5

Test conditions and test procedures for turning indicators

5.01 Safety, load capacity and fault
5.02 Radiated radio interference
5.03 Test method
Appendix: Error limits for turn indicators

Chapter 1
General

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Section 1.01 Scope

These rules lay down the minimum requirements for equipment for displaying the turning speed (turning indicator) in the Rhine navigation system and the conditions under which compliance with the minimum requirements will be examined. Unofficial table of contents

§ 1.02 Task of the turning indicator

The turn indicators have the task of measuring and displaying the turning speed of the ship to the backboard and the starboard in order to support the radar navigation. Unofficial table of contents

§ 1.03 TyppCheck

Turning indicators shall be approved for installation on board ships only if a type test has demonstrated that they comply with the minimum requirements laid down in those rules. Unofficial table of contents

§ 1.04 Application for type testing

1.
The application for type-checking of a turn-over indicator must be submitted to a competent audit authority of a Rhine-State or of Belgium.
2.
The application must be accompanied by the following documents:
a)
two detailed technical descriptions;
b)
two complete sets of the circuit and service sublayers;
c)
two operating instructions.
3.
The applicant shall be obliged to verify that the minimum requirements laid down in these provisions are met. The outcome report of this examination and the measurement protocols shall be attached to the application. These documents and the data obtained during the type test shall be kept by the audit authority.
4.
In the course of the type-examination, applicants shall be a legal or natural person whose name, trademark or other characteristic name shall be manufactured or marketed for the purposes of a type-testing operation.
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§ 1.05 Type-approval

After a successful type test, the audit authority shall issue a certificate of type approval. In the event of non-compliance with the minimum requirements, the grounds for refusal shall be communicated to the applicant in writing. Type-approval shall be granted by the competent authority. The competent authority shall communicate to the Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine the equipment approved by it. Unofficial table of contents

§ 1.06 Labelling of equipment, approval number

1.
The individual equipment of the plant shall be provided in a durable manner with the name of the manufacturer, the name of the installation, the type of equipment and the serial number.
2.
The approval number issued by the competent authority shall be permanently affixed to the control panel of the installation, so that it is clearly visible even after installation. The authorisation number shall be as follows: R-N-NNN

(R = Rhine
N = the number of the country of authorisation;
where 1 = D, 2 = F, 4 = NL, 6 = B, 14 = CH
NNN = three-digit number, to be determined by the competent authority.)


3.
The approval number may only be used in conjunction with its approval. The applicant shall be responsible for making and applying the approval number.
4.
The competent authority shall notify the Central Commission for the navigation of the Rhine immediately with the approval number given and the name of the type, the name of the manufacturer, the name of the holder of the type-approval and the date of the approval.
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§ 1.07 Declaration by the manufacturer

A declaration by the manufacturer must be provided for each installation, in which it is assured that the installation complies with the existing minimum requirements and that no restrictions on the type presented in the test are identical. Unofficial table of contents

§ 1.08 Changes to approved plants

1.
Changes to approved plants lead to the deletion of the approval. As far as changes are intended, these are to be communicated to the audit authority in writing.
2.
The audit authority shall decide whether the authorisation shall continue to exist or whether an inspection or a re-examination of the type is necessary. In the case of a new permit, a new approval number will be issued.

Chapter 2
General minimum requirements for turning indicators

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§ 2.01 Construction, Execution

1.
Turning indicators must be suitable for the operation on board ships used in the Rhine navigation system.
2.
The design and construction of the systems must be in mechanical and electrical respects to the state of the art.
3.
In so far as the Rhine ship investigation order or these provisions do not contain any deviating regulations, the requirements relating to the power supply, the security, the mutual influence of on-board equipment, the distance between the compass and the compass are applicable to the climatic load-bearing capacity, the mechanical load-bearing capacity, the environmental load-bearing capacity, the noise emission and the device identification as defined in the European Standard DIN EN 60945:2003 Navigation and radio communication equipment and systems for shipping- General requirements-Test procedures and required Test results (IEC 60945:2002) set requirements and measurement methods. All requirements of these regulations must be met at ambient temperatures of 0 ° C to 40 ° C.
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§ 2.02 Radiated Radio Interference and Electromagnetic Compatibility

1.
General requirement turning indicators must comply with the requirements of the law on the electromagnetic compatibility of operating resources of 26 February 2008 (BGBl. I p. 220), which is defined by Article 1 of the Law of 20 April 2012 (BGBl. 606), has been amended.
2.
Radiated radio interference In the frequency ranges 156-165 MHz, 450-470 MHz and 1.53-1.544 GHz, the field strength must not exceed 15 μV/m. These field strengths are valid for a measuring distance of 3 meters to the investigated device.
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§ 2.03 Operation

1.
There should be no more operating devices than are required for proper operation. Their execution, designation and operation must allow simple, unambiguous and quick operation. They must be arranged in such a way that operating errors are avoided as far as possible. Operating members which are not necessary for normal operation shall not be directly accessible.
2.
All operating devices and displays must be marked with symbols or inscribed in English. If a lettering takes place, it must also be installed in German. Symbols must comply with the provisions contained in the European Standard IEC 60417 graphic symbols for operating equipment. Digits and letters must be at least 4 mm high. If, for technical reasons, a font size of 4 mm is not possible for certain designations, and a smaller font is sufficient from an operational point of view, a reduction to 3 mm is permitted.
3.
The asset must be designed so that operating errors do not result in failure of the asset.
4.
Functions that go beyond the minimum requirements, as well as connection options for external equipment, must be such that the system meets the minimum requirements under all conditions.
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§ 2.04 User manuals

A detailed operating instructions must be provided for each installation. It must be available in German, English, French and Dutch and must contain at least the following information:
a)
Commissioning and operation;
b)
maintenance and maintenance;
c)
General safety rules.
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§ 2.05 Installation and functional testing

1.
The provisions of Part III shall apply to the installation, replacement and testing of the function.
2.
The direction of installation in relation to the tilting line is to be indicated on the sensor part of the turn-over indicator. Installation instructions for achieving as low a sensitivity as possible to other typical ship movements are to be supplied.

Chapter 3
Minimum requirements for turning indicators with regard to handling

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§ 3.01 Access to the turning indicator

1.
The turn-on indicator must be ready for operation within four minutes after switching on and must operate within the required precision limits.
2.
The switching-on is to be seen optically. The observation and the operation of the turn indicator must be possible at the same time.
3.
Wireless remote controls are not allowed.
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§ 3.02 Display of turning speed

1.
The display of the turning speed must take place on a linearly divided scale with the zero point in the middle. The turning speed must be able to be read off according to direction and size with the accuracy prescribed in accordance with § 3.04. Pointer and bar representations are allowed.
2.
The display scale must be at least 20 cm long and may be either circular or stretched. Stretched scales may only be arranged horizontally.
3.
Only numeric displays are not allowed.
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§ 3.03 Measurement ranges

Turning indicators can be equipped with only one or more measuring ranges. The following measurement ranges are recommended:
30 ° /min,
60 ° /min,
90 ° /min,
180 ° /min,
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§ 3.04 Precision of the displayed turning speed

The value shown must not be more than 2% of the scope end value, or not more than 10% from the true value. The larger value is allowed (see Annex to this Part II). Unofficial table of contents

§ 3.05 Sensitivity

The response threshold shall not exceed an angular rate change of 1% of the set range. Unofficial table of contents

§ 3.06 Function monitoring

1.
If the turn indicator does not work within the required precision limits, this must be displayed.
2.
When a gyroscope is used, the critical change of the gyro speed must be signaled with a display. Critical is a change in the gyro speed, which brings about a 10% decrease in accuracy.
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§ 3.07 Insensitivity to other typical ship movements

1.
Rolling movements with angles of inclination of up to 10 ° at angular velocities up to 4 ° /s shall not cause any measurement errors exceeding the tolerance limits.
2.
Shock-shaped loads, such as those which can occur during application, must not cause a permanent display error, which exceeds the tolerance limits.
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§ 3.08 Insensitivity to magnetic fields

The turn indicator must be insensitive to magnetic fields which may normally occur on board ships. Unofficial table of contents

§ 3.09 daughter equipment

Daughter devices must meet all the requirements placed on the turning indicator.

Chapter 4
Minimum technical requirements for turning indicators

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§ 4.01 Operation

1.
All operating elements must be fitted in such a way that no corresponding display is covered during their operation and radar navigation remains possible without restriction.
2.
All operating elements and displays must be equipped with a glare-free illumination suitable for all lighting conditions, which can be set with an independent adjuster down to zero.
3.
The actuating direction of the operating elements must be such that actuations to the right or upwards have a positive and actuations to the left or to the bottom a negative effect on the manipulated variable.
4.
When push buttons are used, they must be designed in such a way that they can also be found and actuated by touching them. In addition, they must have a clearly noticeable pressure point.
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§ 4.02 damping devices

1.
The sensor system should be critically damped. The attenuation time constant of 63% of the final value must not exceed 0.4 s.
2.
The display must be critically damped. An operating member may be provided for the additional magnification of the display damping. In no case shall the damping time constant 5 s exceed.
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§ 4.03 Connection of auxiliary equipment

1.
If the turn indicator has a possibility to connect daughter displays or the like, the turning speed signal must be available as an electrical signal. The signal must be galvanically separated from mass and be available as a proportional analog voltage of 20 mV/ ° /min ± 5% and an internal resistance of at most 100 Ω. The polarity has to be positive for starboard rotation and negative for the ship's back-board rotation. The response threshold shall not exceed a value of 0 ,3 ° /min. The zero error must not exceed a value of 1 ° /min in the temperature range from 0 ° C to 40 ° C. When the turn-on indicator is switched on and the sensor is set up motionless, the interference voltage in the output signal, measured behind a first-order low-pass filter with a bandwidth of 10 Hz, must not exceed 10 mV. The turning speed signal shall be available with a damping not exceeding the limits specified in section 4.02 (1).
2.
A switch contact must be provided for switching an external alarm. This switch contact must be galvanically separated from the turn indicator. The external alarm must be activated by closing the switching contact in each case if:
a)
the turn indicator is turned off,
b)
the turn indicator is not operational, or
c)
The function monitoring has been raised because of an inadmissibly high error (§ 3.06).

Chapter 5
Test conditions and test procedures for turning indicators

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§ 5.01 Safety, load capacity and fault

Testing of the power supply, safety, the mutual influence of on-board equipment, the compass protection distance, the climatic load-bearing capacity, the mechanical load-bearing capacity, the environmental load-bearing capacity and the noise emission are carried out. in accordance with the European Standard DIN EN 60945:2003. Unofficial table of contents

§ 5.02 Radiated Radio Interference

The measurements of the radiated radio interference are carried out in accordance with the European Standard DIN EN 60945:2003, in the frequency range of 30 MHz to 2 000 MHz. The requirements laid down in section 2.02 (2) must be met. Unofficial table of contents

§ 5.03 Test procedure

1.
The turning indicator is operated and tested under extreme conditions and under extreme conditions. In this case, the operating voltage and the ambient temperature are changed up to the prescribed limits. In addition, radio transmitters for generating the boundary field strengths are operated in the vicinity of the turn indicator.
2.
Under the conditions set out in paragraph 1 above, the display error shall be within the tolerance limits set out in the Annex to this Part II. All other requirements must be met.
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Annex error limits for turn indicators

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Part III
Regulations for the installation and function testing of navigation radar systems and turning indicators in the Rhine navigation

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§ § §
1 The aim of these provisions
2 Approval of equipment
3 Recognised specialist firms
4 Requirements for the on-board power supply
5 Installation of the radar antenna
6 Installation of the radar viewing device and the operating part
7 Installation of the turn indicator
8 Installation of the position sensor
9 Installation and functional testing
10 Certificate of installation and function
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§ 1 Objective of these provisions

The aim of these rules is to ensure that, in the interests of safety and lightness of inland waterway navigation, navigation radar and inverter equipment are installed in accordance with optimum technical and ergonomic aspects, and then a function check is performed. Inland ECDIS equipment, which can be operated in the navigation mode, are navigation radar systems within the meaning of these regulations. Unofficial table of contents

§ 2 Approval of the equipment

Only equipment which has an authorisation in accordance with the applicable regulations of the Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine and which has an approval number or is equivalent to an equivalent shall be installed for the radar journey in the Rhine navigation Type-approvals approved equipment. Unofficial table of contents

§ 3 Recognizing specialized companies

1.
The installation or replacement and repair or maintenance of radars and turnover indicators may only be carried out by appropriate specialist firms which are recognised by the competent authority on the basis of § 1. The competent authorities shall be notified to the Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine.
2.
The recognition may be revoked by the competent authority if the specialist company no longer meets the requirements of § 1.
3.
The competent authority shall immediately communicate the names, addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses of the specialized companies of the Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine, which it has recognised.
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§ 4 Requirements for the on-board power supply

The power supply lines for radar systems and turning indicators must each have their own protection and be as resilient as possible. Unofficial table of contents

§ 5 Installation of the radar antenna

1.
The radar antenna should be installed as close as possible over the central longitudinal axis of the ship. In the radiation area of the antenna, there should be no obstacle, which can cause missiles or undesirable shading; if necessary, the antenna must be installed on the front ship. The installation and the fixing of the radar antenna in the operating position shall be so stable that the radar system can operate with the required accuracy.
2.
After the installation angle error has been corrected, the deviation between the front line and the ship's longitudinal axis must not be greater than 1 ° after the radar image has been set.
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§ 6 Installation of the radar viewing device and the operating part

1.
Radar vision device and control panel must be installed in the control house in such a way that the radar image and the radar system can be evaluated effortlessly. The azimuthal arrangement of the radar image must coincide with the natural location of the environment. Holders and adjustable brackets are to be designed in such a way that they can be locked in any position without any natural vibration.
2.
During the radar travel, artificial light may not cause reflections in the direction of the radar observer.
3.
If the control panels are not installed in the visual display unit, they must be in a housing which must not be arranged more than 1 m away from the screen. Wireless remote controls are not allowed.
4.
Where subsidiary equipment is installed, they shall be subject to the rules applicable to navigation radar systems.
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§ 7 Installation of the turn indicator

1.
The sensor part is to be installed as medium-ship as possible, horizontally and aligned with the longitudinal axis of the ship. The installation site should be as free of vibration as possible and should be subject to low temperature fluctuations. The display device must be incorporated as far as possible above the radar viewing device.
2.
Where subsidiary equipment is installed, they shall be subject to the provisions applicable to turning indicators.
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§ 8 Installation of the position sensor

The position sensor, in particular a DGPS-antenna, must be installed in such a way that it achieves the best possible accuracy and is impaired as little as possible by superstructures and transmission systems on board. Unofficial table of contents

§ 9 Installation and functional testing

1.
Before the first entry into service after installation, in the case of renewals or extensions of the ship's test, except in accordance with point 2.09 (2) of Annex II, and after any conversion to the ship which could affect the operating conditions of such installations, shall be carried out by the competent authority or by a specialist firm recognised in accordance with Article 3 of this Regulation, to carry out an installation and function test.
2.
In doing so, the following conditions must be met:
a)
the power supply is provided with its own protection;
b)
the operating voltage is within the tolerance;
c)
the cables and their laying are in accordance with the regulations of the Rheinschiffsuntersuchungsordnung and, if applicable, the ADN;
d)
the speed of the antenna is at least 24 U/min;
e)
in the radiation area of the antenna, there is no obstacle on board, which impairs navigation;
f)
The safety switch for the antenna, if available, is operational;
g)
Display units, turn indicators and control panels are ergonomically favorably arranged;
h)
the line of the radar system shall not exceed 1 ° from the longitudinal axis of the ship;
i)
The accuracy of removal and azimuth performance meets the requirements (measurement based on known targets);
k)
The linearity in the near range (Pushing and Pulling) is in order;
l)
the minimum representable distance is = 15 m;
m)
the center of the image is visible and not larger in diameter than 1 mm;
n)
Fehlechos by reflections and unwanted shadowing in the forecasting area do not exist or do not impair the safe ride;
o)
Sea gangecho and rain echo suppression (STC and FTC presets) and their setting options are all right;
p)
The adjustability of the reinforcement is in order;
q)
Image sharpness and resolution are in order;
r)
the turning direction of the ship corresponds to the display on the turning indicator and the zero position in the case of straight-ahead driving is in order;
s)
A sensitivity of the radar system to the transmission of the on-board radio system or to disturbances of other polluters on board is not available;
t)
an impairment of other on-board equipment by the radar system and/or the turning indicator is not given.
3.
For domestic ECDIS devices, the following conditions must also be met:
a)
the static position error of the card shall not exceed 2 m;
b)
The static angle error of the card must not exceed 1 °.
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§ 10 Certificate of installation and function

After a successful examination in accordance with § 9, the competent authority or the recognised specialist company shall issue a certificate in accordance with the model of Part IV of this Annex. This certificate shall be kept on board all the time. A defect list shall be issued if the test conditions are not fulfilled. A certificate, which may still be available, shall be drawn up or sent to the competent authority by the recognised specialist company.

Part IV
Certificate of the installation and function of navigation radar systems and turning indicators in the Rhine navigation

Type/Name of ship: ..........
Single European ship number: ..........
Ship Owner
Name: ..........
Address: ..........
Phone: ..........
Radar equipment Number: ..........
lfd. No. Type Manufacturer Approval number Serial Number
Turn indicator Number: ..........
lfd. No. Type Manufacturer Approval number Serial Number
It hereby certifies that radar systems and turn indicators of this ship comply with the requirements of Annex II of Annex II to the Inland Waterway Inspection Order, for the installation and function testing of navigation radar systems, and Turning indicators in the Rhine shipping industry.
Recognized specialist company
Name: ..........
Address: ..........
Phone: ..........
Stamp Place .......... Date ..........
Signature ..........
Recognition authority
Name: ..........
Address: ..........
Phone: ..........

Part V
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1.
List of authorities responsible for the approval of navigation radar systems and turnover indicators in accordance with Annex II, Appendix M, of the inland waterway search order

LandNameAddress telephone number email address
Belgium
Germany
France
Netherlands
Switzerland


If no authority is specified, no competent authority has been designated by the State concerned.

2.
List of navigation radar systems approved in accordance with Annex II, Appendix M to the inland waterway search order, and turning indicators


lfd. Type-approval holder of the type-approval day of Authorisations responsible for authorisation


3.
List of navigation radar systems and turning indicators approved in accordance with Annex II, Appendix M to the inland waterway search order, on the basis of equivalent type-approvals


lfd. Type-approval holder of the type-approval day of Authorisations responsible for authorisation


4.
List of specialist firms recognised in accordance with Annex II, Appendix M to the inland waterway search order, for the installation or exchange of navigation radar systems and turnover indicators

Belgium lfd. Nr.NameAddress telephone number email address


If a specialist company is not specified, no recognition has been given to companies in that country.

Germany lfd. Nr.NameAddress telephone number email address


If a specialist company is not specified, no recognition has been given to companies in that country.

France lfd. Nr.NameAddress telephone number email address


If a specialist company is not specified, no recognition has been given to companies in that country.

Netherlands lfd. Nr.NameAddress telephone number email address


If a specialist company is not specified, no recognition has been given to companies in that country.

Switzerland lfd. Nr.NameAddress telephone number email address


If a specialist company is not specified, no recognition has been given to companies in that country.