Important Product Notifications
In this section we provide you with latest important product information. If you need technical advice please contact our service department or ask one of our worldwide partners.
New ECDIS Regulations - Action Required!
In August 2015, the IEC published the new ECDIS test standard IEC 61174 Ed. 4.0 and at the same time the IHO published the new Presentation Library IHO S-52 – Annex A Ed. 4.0.
Current users will have to upgrade their ECDIS until 31 August 2017 latest to be compliant with the latest standards and ECDIS carriage requirements. New Raytheon Anschütz ECDIS systems will be compliant from the very beginning.
For existing users we have release further information on this website:
New ECDIS Regulations
Current Version of Raytheon Anschütz ECDIS
Ship owners are required by IMO rules to have installed an ECDIS version compliant to the most recent rules and regulations. Raytheon Anschütz always keeps its ECDIS software up-to-date with the most recent IMO and class requirements. This website is to keep customers informed about the latest version of the Raytheon Anschütz ECDIS software.
Current version of the SYNAPSIS ECDIS and ECDIS NX software (for 770-010.NGxxx / SMC) is E03.22.
For the following Synapsis ECDIS processors the software version is: E02.05
- 950-040.NG001 (ECDIS 24)
- 950-019.NGxxx (Synapsis Box-PC)
- 950-014.NGxxx (NSC Box-PC)
- 950-011.NGxxx (A3300)
ECDIS - Additional remarks regarding the IHO Check Data Set
IHO has issued a Check Data Set to evaluate your Raytheon Anschütz ECDIS. If any questions arise after your evaluation please read our additional remarks before contacting our service.
Download: Check Data Set
New IHO Certificate for ECDIS S-63 decryption
The current IHO certificate, which holds the public key for the S-63 decryption, expired in August 2013. Please follow the link below to download a guideline how to install the new IHO certificate in your ECDIS.
Download: Installation instructions for Raytheon Anschütz ECDIS
Download: New IHO certificate download on IHO website