Step 1# Network setup

Network setup Turn the system on and connect a LAN cable in the back of the system in the port named enp3s0 For DHCP a static lease/reservation must be configured Setup (Static IP) button to access the next step where you will enter your static IP address. The IP address must be in the RFC1918 range, or Network setup check At this stage Network Setup Check page will be shown. This check will verify that the shoreside system ca...

Step 2 # Overview

Overview At this stage, TELSCOPE has now received a connection to the shore and information about which TELSCOPE Version Latest Handshake IP Adress Network Configuration Target IP or URL

Step 3 # Data Collection Serial

Data Collection At least GPS data should be configured for a working TELSCOPE installation. The Comports at the back of the TELSCOPE server are labeled with the same text as in this page. Data will be shown (if received) in the box below change to correct Baudrate . IEC 61162-1 / NMEA Sentences in use TelScope can make use of the following IEC 61162-1 / NMEA sentences: - Time: GGA, GLL, GNS, RMC, ZDA - Position: GGA, GLL, GNS, RMC - Course over ground (COG): RMC, VTG, O...

Step 4 # Data Mapping

Data Mapping Please select the sources that should be used for the readings For mapping of engine, automation and tank sensor data, please contact Telko AS.

Step 5 # VDR (Option)

VDR - IEC 61162-450 (Edition 2.0 2018-05) Configure Telscope to send Logbooks Entries LAN2 (enp4s0) - IEC 61162-450 (Option) Fill in all relevant information (IP, Subnet, SFI, Destination SFI, Device, Chanel) VDR -IEC 61162-1 (NMEA 0183) Serial port USB3 (D) pin 6,7 / 38400 is used on the Telscope Primary Server Note that Telscope data is only sent when data (event) is added in the logbooks. All events are sent to VDR, if no events are made in TELSCOPE the heartbeat will au...

Step 6 # Admin User

Admin user Write the information on this page down, this is imortant as it will not be available after starting TELSCOPE. This user will be used for the initial TELSCOPE setup.

Step 7 # Installation Report

Installation Report Fill in the relevant data

Step 8 # BAM (Option)

Connection to Bridge Alert Management Systems (BAM) TelScope can be connected to the BAM system using the IEC 61162-1 (NMEA 0183) protocol. Serial port ttyUSB2 should be used for this connection. TelScope exchanges messages as specified in ISO-21745 (Electronic record books for ships) and in accordance with the IEC 62923 (Bridge alert management) specification. The following alerts may be transmitted on this interface: Storage fault - Alert ID: 3063, Instance 1 Lost recording - Alert ID:...

Step 9 # Start/Stop TELSCOPE

Start/Stop TELSCOPE When all configuration is complete press Start TELESCOPE In order to access the configuration tool, TELSCOPE must be stopped first