Raymarine i60 Wind Display Systems Manual
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Da te : 06-2012
Docume nt numbe r: 81342-1-EN
© 2012 Ra yma rine UK Limite d
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ENGLISH
Document number: 81342-1
Date: 06-2012
Contents
Chapter 1 Important information............................. 7
Safety notices................................................................. 7
Water ingress ................................................................. 7
Disclaimer ...................................................................... 7
EMC installation guidelines ............................................. 7
Suppression ferrites ........................................................ 7
Connections to other equipment ...................................... 8
Declaration of conformity................................................. 8
Product disposal ............................................................. 8
Warranty registration....................................................... 8
IMO and SOLAS............................................................. 8
Technical accuracy ......................................................... 8
Chapter 2 Handbook information............................ 9
2.1 Handbook information ............................................... 10
9.6 Cleaning the display screen ....................................... 44
Chapter 10 Troubleshooting.................................... 45
10.1 Troubleshooting ...................................................... 46
10.2 Instrument troubleshooting....................................... 47
10.3 Power up troubleshooting ........................................ 48
10.4 Miscellaneous troubleshooting ................................. 49
10.5 Self-test .................................................................. 50
Chapter 11 Technical support ................................. 51
11.1 Raymarine customer support.................................... 52
11.2 Checking the software version.................................. 52
Chapter 12 Technical specification......................... 53
12.1 Technical specification ............................................. 54
Chapter 13 Spares and accessories ....................... 55
Chapter 3 Planning the installation ........................ 11
13.1 Wind transducers .................................................... 56
3.1 Installation checklist .................................................. 12
13.2 Spares.................................................................... 56
3.2 System integration .................................................... 13
13.3 SeaTalkng cables and accessories ............................ 57
3.3 Typical systems ........................................................ 14
3.4 System protocols ...................................................... 16
13.4 Converters.............................................................. 58
3.5 Parts supplied........................................................... 16
Appendix A NMEA 2000 sentences ........................ 59
3.6 Tools required ........................................................... 17
Chapter 4 Cables and connections......................... 19
4.1 General cabling guidance .......................................... 20
4.2 Connections overview ............................................... 20
Chapter 5 Location and mounting .......................... 25
5.1 Selecting a display location........................................ 26
5.2 Mounting .................................................................. 27
5.3 Front bezel ............................................................... 27
5.4 Selecting a transducer location .................................. 28
Chapter 6 Getting started ........................................ 29
6.1 Controls.................................................................... 30
6.2 Power ...................................................................... 30
6.3 Data master.............................................................. 31
6.4 Illumination ............................................................... 31
6.5 Calibration ................................................................ 32
Chapter 7 Using your display.................................. 35
7.1 Pages ...................................................................... 36
7.2 i60 Wind operation .................................................... 36
7.3 Group illumination ..................................................... 37
Chapter 8 Using alarms ........................................... 39
8.1 Alarms...................................................................... 40
Chapter 9 Maintaining your display........................ 41
9.1 Service and maintenance .......................................... 42
9.2 Condensation ........................................................... 42
9.3 Routine equipment checks......................................... 43
9.4 Cleaning................................................................... 43
9.5 Cleaning the display case .......................................... 44
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Chapter 1: Important information
Caution: Condensation
Safety notices
Certain atmospheric conditions may cause a small
amount of condensation to form on the unit's window.
This will not damage the unit and will clear after the
unit has been switched on for a short period.
Warning: Product installation and
operation
This product must be installed and operated in
accordance with the instructions provided. Failure to
do so could result in personal injury, damage to your
vessel and/or poor product performance.
Warning: Potential ignition source
This product is NOT approved for use in
hazardous/flammable atmospheres. Do NOT install in
a hazardous/flammable atmosphere (such as in an
engine room or near fuel tanks).
Warning: High voltage
This product contains high voltage. Adjustments
require specialized service procedures and tools only
available to qualified service technicians. There are no
user serviceable parts or adjustments. The operator
should never remove the cover or attempt to service
the product.
Warning: Positive ground systems
Do not connect this unit to a system which has positive
grounding.
Warning: Switch off power supply
Ensure the vessel’s power supply is switched OFF
before starting to install this product. Do NOT connect
or disconnect equipment with the power switched on,
unless instructed in this document.
Caution: Transducer cable
Water ingress
Water ingress disclaimer
Although the waterproof rating capacity of this product meets the
IPX6 standard, water intrusion and subsequent equipment failure
may occur if the product is subjected to commercial high-pressure
washing. Raymarine will not warrant products subjected to
high-pressure washing.
Disclaimer
Raymarine does not warrant that this product is error-free or that it
is compatible with products manufactured by any person or entity
other than Raymarine.
Raymarine is not responsible for damages or injuries caused by
your use or inability to use the product, by the interaction of the
product with products manufactured by others, or by errors in
information utilized by the product supplied by third parties.
EMC installation guidelines
Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to the appropriate
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) regulations, to minimize
electromagnetic interference between equipment and minimize the
effect such interference could have on the performance of your
system
Correct installation is required to ensure that EMC performance is
not compromised.
For optimum EMC performance we recommend that wherever
possible:
• Raymarine equipment and cables connected to it are:
Do NOT cut, shorten, splice the transducer cable or
remove the connector. If the cable is cut, it cannot be
repaired. Cutting the cable will also void the warranty.
– At least 1 m (3 ft) from any equipment transmitting or cables
carrying radio signals e.g. VHF radios, cables and antennas.
In the case of SSB radios, the distance should be increased
to 7 ft (2 m).
Caution: Power supply protection
– More than 2 m (7 ft) from the path of a radar beam. A radar
beam can normally be assumed to spread 20 degrees above
and below the radiating element.
When installing this product ensure the power source
is adequately protected by means of a suitably-rated
fuse or automatic circuit breaker.
Caution: Service and maintenance
This product contains no user serviceable
components. Please refer all maintenance and repair
to authorized Raymarine dealers. Unauthorized repair
may affect your warranty.
Caution: Cleaning
When cleaning this product:
• Do NOT wipe the display screen with a dry cloth, as
this could scratch the screen coating.
• The product is supplied from a separate battery from that used
for engine start. This is important to prevent erratic behavior
and data loss which can occur if the engine start does not have
a separate battery.
• Raymarine specified cables are used.
• Cables are not cut or extended, unless doing so is detailed in
the installation manual.
Note: Where constraints on the installation prevent any of
the above recommendations, always ensure the maximum
possible separation between different items of electrical
equipment, to provide the best conditions for EMC performance
throughout the installation
• Do NOT use abrasive, or acid or ammonia based
products.
Suppression ferrites
• Do NOT use a jet wash.
Raymarine cables may be fitted with suppression ferrites. These
are important for correct EMC performance. If a ferrite has to be
removed for any purpose (e.g. installation or maintenance), it must
be replaced in the original position before the product is used.
Use only ferrites of the correct type, supplied by Raymarine
authorized dealers.
Important information
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Connections to other equipment
Requirement for ferrites on non-Raymarine cables
If your Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other equipment
using a cable not supplied by Raymarine, a suppression ferrite
MUST always be attached to the cable near the Raymarine unit.
Declaration of conformity
Raymarine UK Ltd. declares that this product is compliant with the
essential requirements of EMC directive 2004/108/EC.
The original Declaration of Conformity certificate may be viewed on
the relevant product page at www.raymarine.com.
Product disposal
Dispose of this product in accordance with the WEEE Directive.
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
Directive requires the recycling of waste electrical and electronic
equipment. Whilst the WEEE Directive does not apply to some
Raymarine products, we support its policy and ask you to be aware
of how to dispose of this product.
Warranty registration
To register your Raymarine product ownership, please visit
www.raymarine.com and register online.
It is important that you register your product to receive full warranty
benefits. Your unit package includes a bar code label indicating the
serial number of the unit. You will need this serial number when
registering your product online. You should retain the label for future
reference.
IMO and SOLAS
The equipment described within this document is intended for use
on leisure marine boats and workboats not covered by International
Maritime Organization (IMO) and Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS)
Carriage Regulations.
Technical accuracy
To the best of our knowledge, the information in this document
was correct at the time it was produced. However, Raymarine
cannot accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions it may
contain. In addition, our policy of continuous product improvement
may change specifications without notice. As a result, Raymarine
cannot accept liability for any differences between the product
and this document. Please check the Raymarine website
(www.raymarine.com) to ensure you have the most up-to-date
version(s) of the documentation for your product.
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Chapter 2: Handbook information
Chapter contents
•
2.1 Handbook information on page 10
Handbook information
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2.1 Handbook information
This handbook contains important information regarding your
Raymarine instrument display.
i60 Handbooks
Handbooks
Description
Part number
Mounting and getting started
88010
Installation and operation instructions
81342
Mounting template
87130
i60 instrument range
Raymarine's i60 instrument range consists of the following variants:
1
2
Display
True/App
VMG
Tack
Display
True/App
VMG
Tack
D12549-1
Item
Description
Part number
1
i60 Analogue wind
instrument
E70061
2
i60 Analogue close
hauled wind instrument
E70062
i60 Wind
The i60 Wind instrument provides a 360º wind direction scale
and can be used as a stand alone unit or as part of a SeaTalk or
SeaTalkng network.
i60 Close hauled wind
The i60 Close hauled wind instrument provides an expanded
indication from 20º to +60º about the bow and stern of the vessel.
The i60 Close hauled wind must be used as part of a SeaTalk or
SeaTalkng network.
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Chapter 3: Planning the installation
Chapter contents
•
3.1 Installation checklist on page 12
•
3.2 System integration on page 13
•
3.3 Typical systems on page 14
•
3.4 System protocols on page 16
•
3.5 Parts supplied on page 16
•
3.6 Tools required on page 17
Planning the installation
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3.1 Installation checklist
Installation includes the following activities:
Installation Task
1
Plan your system.
2
Obtain all required equipment and tools.
3
Site all equipment.
4
Route all cables.
5
Drill cable and mounting holes.
6
Make all connections into equipment.
7
Secure all equipment in place.
8
Power on and test the system.
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3.2 System integration
1
2
3
5
4
6
D12395-1
Item
Device type
Maximum Quantity
Suitable Devices
Connections
1
i60 Wind, Close hauled wind
instrument.
As determined by the
SeaTalkng bus bandwidth
and power loading.
• i60 Wind
• SeaTalkng
SeaTalk instrument displays.
As determined by the SeaTalk
bus bandwidth and power
loading.
• i40
2
• i60 Close hauled wind
• ST40
• SeaTalkng via the optional
SeaTalk1 to SeaTalkng
converter
• ST60+
3
SeaTalkng
Instrument displays.
As determined by the
SeaTalkng bus bandwidth
and power loading.
• i50
• SeaTalkng
• i60
• i70
• ST70
• ST70+
4
SeaTalkng
pilot controller.
As determined by the
SeaTalkng bus bandwidth
and power loading.
• ST70
• SeaTalkng
• ST70 +
• p70
• p70R
5
SeaTalkng
Multifunction
6
• Raymarine multifunction
displays.
• SeaTalkng
• 1 x wind vane transducer, or
• Short arm wind vane
transducer.
Raymarine transducer
connections.
displays.
6
Raymarine Wind transducers
and rotavecta.
• 1 x rotavecta wind
transducer.
• Long arm wind vane
transducer.
• Short arm masthead wind
transducer.
• Long arm masthead wind
transducer.
• Rotavecta wind transducer.
Planning the installation
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3.3 Typical systems
Basic SeaTalkng system example
S
M
A
R
T
IP
L
O
S
M
A
R
T
IP
L
O
4
1
2
5
3
SeaTalkng
8
9
SMARTPILOT
7
6
10
11
12 V dc
12 V / 24 V dc
D12373-1
1
SeaTalkng instrument display
2
SeaTalkng pilot controller
3
i60 Wind instrument
4
Raymarine wind vane transducer
5
Raymarine multifunction display
6
12 / 24 V dc power supply
7
Raymarine course computer (providing 12 V dc power supply to the SeaTalkng
network.)
8
i50 Speed instrument
9
i50 Depth instrument
10
Speed transducer
11
Depth transducer
Extended SeaTalkng system example
1
2
2
3
4
5
6
8
12 V
SMARTPILOT
9
7
16
10
11
11
13
14
15
17
18
12
11
19
D12374-1
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1
SeaTalkng pilot controller
2
SeaTalkng instrument displays
3
Fluxgate compass
4
Rudder reference
5
Raymarine course computer (providing 12 V dc power supply to SeaTalkng
network.)
6
12 / 24 V dc power supply
7
Raymarine AIS transceiver
8
Raymarine SeaTalkng GPS
9
Man over board
10
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng converter
11
SeaTalkng 5 way blocks
12
Raymarine multifunction display
13
Engine data (via devicenet adaptor cable.)
14
i60 Wind instrument
15
i50 Depth instrument
16
i50 Speed instrument
17
Raymarine wind vane transducer
18
Depth transducer
19
Speed transducer
Planning the installation
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3.4 System protocols
3.5 Parts supplied
Your product can be connected to various products and systems to
share information and so improve the functionality of the overall
system. These connections may be made using a number of
different protocols. Fast and accurate data collection and transfer is
achieved by using a combination of the following data protocols:
1
2
3
4
• SeaTalkng
• NMEA 2000
• SeaTalk
Note: You may find that your system does not use all of the
connection types or instrumentation described in this section.
5
6
7
8
Seatalkng
SeaTalkng (Next Generation) is an enhanced protocol for connection
of compatible marine instruments and equipment. It replaces the
older SeaTalk and SeaTalk2 protocols.
SeaTalkng utilizes a single backbone to which compatible
instruments connect using a spur. Data and power are carried within
the backbone. Devices that have a low draw can be powered from
the network, although high current equipment will need to have a
separate power connection.
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SeaTalkng is a proprietary extension to NMEA 2000 and the proven
CAN bus technology. Compatible NMEA 2000 and SeaTalk /
SeaTalk2 devices can also be connected using the appropriate
interfaces or adaptor cables as required.
1
i60 instrument
2
Front bezel
NMEA 2000
3
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng adaptor cable
NMEA 2000 offers significant improvements over NMEA 0183, most
notably in speed and connectivity. Up to 50 units can simultaneously
transmit and receive on a single physical bus at any one time,
with each node being physically addressable. The standard
was specifically intended to allow for a whole network of marine
electronics from any manufacturer to communicate on a common
bus via standardized message types and formats.
4
SeaTalkng spur cable
5
Gasket
6
Sun cover
7
Documentation pack
8
SeaTalkng blanking plug
SeaTalk
9
4 x fixing screws
D12388-1
SeaTalk is a protocol which enables compatible instruments to
connect to each other and share data.
The SeaTalk cable system is used to connect compatible
instruments and equipment. The cable carries power and data and
enables connection without the need for a central processor.
Additional instruments and functions can be added to a SeaTalk
system, simply by plugging them into the network. SeaTalk
equipment can also communicate with other non-SeaTalk equipment
via the NMEA 0183 standard, provided a suitable interface is used.
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3.6 Tools required
Tools required for installation
1
3
2
4
5
D12530-1
1
Pozi-drive screwdriver
2
File
3
92 mm (3.62 in) hole cutter
4
Adhesive tape
5
Power drill
Planning the installation
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Chapter 4: Cables and connections
Chapter contents
•
4.1 General cabling guidance on page 20
•
4.2 Connections overview on page 20
Cables and connections
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4.1 General cabling guidance
4.2 Connections overview
Cable types and length
Connections are made using the provided SeaTalkng and transducer
cable connectors on the rear of the unit.
It is important to use cables of the appropriate type and length
• Unless otherwise stated use only standard cables of the correct
type, supplied by Raymarine.
SeaTalkng connections
• Ensure that any non-Raymarine cables are of the correct quality
and gauge. For example, longer power cable runs may require
larger wire gauges to minimize voltage drop along the run.
Routing cables
Cables must be routed correctly, to maximize performance and
prolong cable life.
• Do NOT bend cables excessively. Wherever possible, ensure a
minimum bend diameter of 200 mm (8 in) / minimum bend radius
of 100 mm (4 in).
200 mm (8 in)
100 mm (4 in)
• Protect all cables from physical damage and exposure to heat.
Use trunking or conduit where possible. Do NOT run cables
through bilges or doorways, or close to moving or hot objects.
D12056-1
• Secure cables in place using tie-wraps or lacing twine. Coil any
extra cable and tie it out of the way.
• Where a cable passes through an exposed bulkhead or deckhead,
use a suitable watertight feed-through.
• Do NOT run cables near to engines or fluorescent lights.
Always route data cables as far away as possible from:
• other equipment and cables,
• high current carrying ac and dc power lines,
• antennae.
Connecting SeaTalkng cables
1. Rotate the locking collar on the back of the unit to the
UNLOCKED position.
2. Ensure the spur cable end connector is correctly oriented.
3. Fully insert the cable connector.
4. Rotate locking collar clockwise (2 clicks) until it snaps into the
LOCKED position.
Transducer connections
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Strain relief
Ensure adequate strain relief is provided. Protect connectors from
strain and ensure they will not pull out under extreme sea conditions.
Cable shielding
Ensure that all data cables are properly shielded that the cable
shielding is intact (e.g. hasn’t been scraped off by being squeezed
through a tight area).
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6
1
5
4
3
2
D12396-1
1
Blue
Rotor + (Rotavecta)
2
Red
Rotor – (Rotavecta)
3
Grey
Wind 0 V (Shield)
4
Yellow
Anemometer (signal)
5
Blue
Cosine wind direction
6
Green
Sine wind direction
7
Red
Wind V+
Note: Connectors 1 and 2 are rotavecta connections, connectors
3 to 7 are for wind transducers.
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Making transducer connections
Power connection example
6 mm
50 mm
1
SeaTalkng power connection
2
1
2
3 mm
D12359-1
SeaTalkng
1. Prepare the cable as shown in 1 above.
2. Fold back the wire strands and insert into the new spade
connector as shown in 2 above.
3. Ensure the wire strands do not extend beyond the rear of the
spade connector insulation.
4. Crimp the connector to the wire.
iTC-5 connection
1
2
3
4
3
12 V
D12391-1
1
SeaTalkng instrument.
2
SeaTalkng instrument.
3
12 V dc vessel power supply.
Warning: Grounding not required
This product is fully insulated and does NOT require
separate grounding.
Warning: Positive ground systems
Do not connect this unit to a system which has positive
grounding.
SeaTalk power protection
12 V
Raymarine recommends that the power is connected to a SeaTalk
system in such a way that the current drawn on each side of the
power connection point is equal.
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SeaTalk power cables
6
7
Part number
Description
D229
SeaTalk power cable.
8
SeaTalkng power protection
D12033-3
1
i50 Depth (Repeater)
2
i70 Instrument (Master)
3
i50 Speed (Repeater)
4
i60 Wind (Repeater)
5
iTC-5
6
Depth transducer
7
Wind vane transducer
8
Speed transducer
The power supply must be protected by a 5 A fuse or a circuit
breaker providing equivalent protection.
Raymarine recommends that the power is connected to a SeaTalkng
system in such a way that the current drawn on each side of the
power connection point is equal.
SeaTalkng power cables
Part number
Description
A06049
SeaTalkng power cable
Note: Transducers connected to the iTC-5 must be calibrated
using an i70 (master) unit. Transducers connected to the iTC-5
cannot be calibrated using an i50 / i60.
Making iTC-5 transducer connections
For instructions on connecting transducers to your iTC-5 refer to
the iTC-5 handbook.
Power connection
A SeaTalkng system requires one 12 V dc supply, connected to the
SeaTalkng backbone. This can be provided:
• By a battery via the distribution panel, or
• From a Raymarine course computer, via a SeaTalk or a SeaTalkng
system.
Cables and connections
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SeaTalkng connection
1
SeaTalk connection
1
2
Basic SeaTalk system example
3
1
2
3
4
5
SeaTalkng
7
12 V dc
4
6
8
5
6
10
7
6
9
11
12
12 / 24 V dc
8
7
12 V dc
D12058-2
D12531-1
1
i70 instrument displays (SeaTalk)ng)
2
i60 Wind instrument (SeaTalk)ng)
3
Raymarine wind vane transducer
4
12 V dc power supply
5
i50 Speed instrument (SeaTalk)ng)
6
i50 Depth instrument (SeaTalk)ng)
7
Speed transducer
8
Depth transducer
SeaTalkng
cabling
SeaTalkng cables and connectors
Connection / Cable
Notes
Backbone cables (various lengths)
The main cable carrying data. Spurs
from the backbone are used to
connect SeaTalkng devices.
T-piece connectors
Used to make junctions in the
backbone to which devices can then
be connected.
1
i70 Instrument display (SeaTalkng)
2
i50 Speed instrument (SeaTalkng)
3
i50 Depth instrument (SeaTalkng)
4
Raymarine wind vane transducer
5
i60 Wind instrument (SeaTalkng)
6
SeaTalkng cables
7
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng adaptor cables
8
Speed transducer
9
Depth transducer
10
12 / 24 V dc power supply
11
SeaTalk Course computer (providing
12 V dc power to SeaTalk network.)
12
ST6002 pilot controller (SeaTalk)
SeaTalk accessories
SeaTalk cables and accessories for use with compatible products.
Description
Part No
3–way SeaTalk junction
box
D244
1 m (3.28 ft) SeaTalk
extension cable
D284
3 m (9.8 ft) SeaTalk
extension cable
D285
5 m (16.4 ft) SeaTalk
extension cable
D286
9 m (29.5 ft) SeaTalk
extension cable
D287
SeaTalkng power
The SeaTalkng bus requires a 12 V power supply. This may be
provided from:
12 m (39.4 ft) SeaTalk
extension cable
E25051
• Raymarine SPX course computer, or
20 m (65.6 ft) SeaTalk
extension cable
D288
Terminators
Required at either end of the
backbone.
Spur cables
Used to connect devices. Devices
may be daisy chained or connected
directly to the T-pieces
SeaTalkng 5–way connector
Used to branch, split, or make
additional connections in SeaTalkng
networks.
• Other separate regulated 12 V supply.
Note: SeaTalkng does NOT supply power to multifunction displays
and other equipment with a dedicated power supply input.
Notes
NMEA2000 connection
You can either:
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• Use your SeaTalkng backbone and connect each NMEA2000
device on a spur, OR
• connect the instrument display on a spur into an existing
NMEA2000 backbone.
Important: You cannot have any 2 terminated backbones
connected together, unless you have an isolation gateway
between the two backbones.
Connecting NMEA2000 equipment to the SeaTalkng backbone
1
4
12V
NMEA2000
2
3
SeaTalkng
D12380-1
1. 12 V dc power supply into backbone.
2. SeaTalkng backbone.
3. SeaTalkng to DeviceNet adaptor cable.
4. NMEA2000 equipment.
Connecting the unit to an existing NMEA2000 (DeviceNet)
backbone
1
2
4
3
D12377-1
1. SeaTalkng instrument display
2. SeaTalkng to DeviceNet adaptor cable.
3. DeviceNet backbone.
4. NMEA2000 equipment.
Cables and connections
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Chapter 5: Location and mounting
Chapter contents
•
5.1 Selecting a display location on page 26
•
5.2 Mounting on page 27
•
5.3 Front bezel on page 27
•
5.4 Selecting a transducer location on page 28
Location and mounting
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5.1 Selecting a display location
Product dimensions
Warning: Potential ignition source
D
E
This product is NOT approved for use in
hazardous/flammable atmospheres. Do NOT install in
a hazardous/flammable atmosphere (such as in an
engine room or near fuel tanks).
B
F
General location requirements
When selecting a location for the unit it is important to consider a
number of factors.
Ventilation requirements
To provide adequate airflow:
A
• Ensure that equipment is mounted in a compartment of suitable
size.
• Ensure that ventilation holes are not obstructed.
• Ensure adequate separation of equipment.
Mounting surface requirements
C
G
D12389-1
A
110 mm (4.22”)
B
115 mm (4.52”)
C
14 mm (0.55”)
D
30 mm (1.18”)
Ensure units are adequately supported on a secure surface. Do
NOT mount units or cut holes in places which may damage the
structure of the vessel.
E
35 mm (1.38”)
F
90 mm (3.54”)
Cable routing requirements
G
17 mm (0.67”)
Ensure the unit is mounted in a location which allows proper routing
and connection of cables:
• Minimum cable bend radius of 100 mm (3.94 in) is required unless
otherwise stated.
• Use cable supports to prevent stress on connectors.
Water ingress
This unit is suitable for mounting both above and below decks. It is
waterproof to IPX6 standard. Although the unit is waterproof, it is
good practice to locate it in a protected area away from prolonged
and direct exposure to rain and salt spray.
Electrical interference
Select a location that is far enough away from devices that
may cause interference, such as motors, generators and radio
transmitters/receivers.
Magnetic compass
When choosing a suitable location you should aim to maintain the
maximum possible distance between the unit and any compasses.
To prevent potential interference with the vessel's magnetic
compasses, ensure that a minimum distance of 230 mm (9 in)
between the unit and any installed compasses is maintained.
Viewing angle considerations
As display contrast, color and night mode performance are all
affected by the viewing angle, Raymarine recommends you
temporarily power up the display when planning the installation, to
enable you to best judge which location gives the optimum viewing
angle.
Viewing angle
70°
70°
70°
70°
Dxxxxx-1
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5.2 Mounting
5.3 Front bezel
Pre-mounting check
Removing the front bezel
The product is designed to be surface mounted. Before mounting
the unit, ensure you have:
1
2
3
4
• Selected a suitable location.
• Identified the cable connections and route that the cables will take.
• Detached the front bezel.
• Remove the keypad mat.
Mounting diagram
D12379-1
Mounting instructions
1. Check the selected location for the unit, a clear, flat area with
suitable clearance behind the panel is required.
2. Fix the mounting template supplied with the product, to the
selected location, using masking or self adhesive tape.
3. If possible use an appropriate size hole cutting saw and cut
out the centre hole cut out area as indicated on the mounting
template, or
4. Using a suitable hole cutting saw, make pilot holes in each
corner of the cut out area and using a jigsaw cut along the inside
edge of the cut out line.
5. Ensure that the unit fits into the removed area and then file
around the cut edge until smooth.
6. Drill any required holes as indicated on the mounting template
for the securing screws.
7. Connect the relevant cables to the unit.
8. Peel the backing off of the supplied gasket and place the
adhesive side of the gasket onto the display unit and press firmly
onto the flange.
9. Slide the unit into place and secure using the screws provided.
10. Refit keypad mat and front bezel.
D12372-1
Note: Use care when removing the bezel. Do not use any tools
to lever the bezel, doing so may cause damage.
1. Using your fingers pull the bezel away from the unit at the top
and side, as shown in 2.
The bezel will start to come away from the unit at the top and
side.
2. Now pull the bezel away from the unit on the opposite side, as
shown in 3.
The bezel will now come free from the unit, as shown in 4.
Note: Drill, tap size and tightening torques are dependant upon
the material type and thickness of the mounting surface.
Note: The supplied gasket provides a seal between the unit and
a suitably flat and stiff mounting surface or binnacle. The gasket
should be used in all installations. It may also be necessary to
use a marine-grade sealant if the mounting surface or binnacle is
not entirely flat and stiff or has a rough surface finish.
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5.4 Selecting a transducer location
Wind vane transducer / rotavecta location
requirements
The transducer's location must:
• Allow reasonable access for installation and servicing.
• Be as high as possible and away from any equipment which may
shield the transducer or otherwise disturb the air flow.
• Provide a horizontal mounting surface. If a surface (e.g. mast
top) is otherwise suitable but not horizontal, make up a suitable
wedged packing piece to provide the necessary horizontal
surface.
• There must also be a viable route for the transducer cable to be
routed to the instrument display.
Wind vane transducer and rotavecta mounting
Ensure that the wind transducer or rotavecta is installed in
accordance with the instructions supplied with the unit.
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Chapter 6: Getting started
Chapter contents
•
6.1 Controls on page 30
•
6.2 Power on page 30
•
6.3 Data master on page 31
•
6.4 Illumination on page 31
•
6.5 Calibration on page 32
Getting started
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6.2 Power
6.1 Controls
Powering on the unit
With power to the unit turned on but the unit switched off:
1. Press and hold the Power button until the unit powers on and
data is displayed (approximately 2 seconds).
Note: When power to the unit is turned on the unit will switch
on automatically.
Powering off the unit
1. Press and hold the Power button until the power count down
timer is displayed and reaches zero (approximately 6 to 8
seconds).
Calibration alert
1
2
3
4
D12375-1
1
Display (Power) — Power the
instrument display on and off, adjust
backlight and contrast levels.
2
True / App — Switch between true
and apparent wind direction.
3
VMG — Display Velocity made good.
4
Tack — Tack heading.
30
If the CAL legend on the digital display flashes for the first 30
seconds after power up, refer to the Calibration section to calibrate
your unit.
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6.3 Data master
6.4 Illumination
Where a system contains more than one unit capable of displaying
a data type, the unit physically connected to the transducer must be
set as the data master and any other units set as a repeater.
Adjusting the backlight level
Setting a unit as data master
1. Refer to the Intermediate calibration section for details on how to
set your unit as data master.
During normal operation:
1. Press and hold the Power button for approximately 1 second
to display the backlight page.
2. Use the VMG or Tack buttons to adjust the backlight to the
required level.
Note: The backlight page will time-out after 8 seconds of
inactivity.
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6.5 Calibration
Intermediate calibration
Before first use calibration procedures must be carried out to ensure
optimum performance of the instrument with the vessel.
The calibration procedures are:
• User calibration
Intermediate calibration allows you to:
i60 Wind
i60 Close hauled wind
Check instrument software version.
Check instrument software version.
Check the instrument status (either
master or repeater).
• Intermediate calibration
• Group setup
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50
45
40
• Dealer calibration
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Note: Group setup is for group illumination and is not part of
the calibration process.
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4
10
CAL
15
20
30 25
+
True
App
D12492-1
User calibration
Checking the software version
User calibration options include:
During normal operation:
1. Press and hold the Power and True / App buttons simultaneously
for approximately 4 seconds.
The current software version is displayed. The software version
page will time-out automatically after 8 seconds of inactivity.
2. Press the Power button to display the instrument status.
• Wind angle offset
• Wind speed units
Linearizing and aligning the wind transducer
You will need to be underway, with sufficient space to turn in a large
circle unhindered.
1. Slowly turn the vessel through 2 complete circles.
x2
Checking the instrument status
From the software version page:
1. Press the Power button.
The instrument status is displayed (r0 = master and r1 =
repeater). The instrument status page will time-out automatically
after 8 seconds of inactivity.
D12415-1
This procedure automatically linearizes the wind vane. A
successful linearization is indicated by the digital display flashing
and a buzzer sounding three beeps.
2. Press and hold the Power and True / App button simultaneously
for approximately 2 seconds to enter the user calibration menu.
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50
45
40
The dealer calibration procedures include:
• Setting User calibration options on or off.
• Setting required wind angle and speed response.
60 5
2
35
Dealer calibration
10
• Setting the velocity made good (VMG) response.
15
20
30 25
• Setting boat show mode on or off.
+
True
App
• Restore factory default
D12488-1
3. Press the Power button to display the wind angle offset page.
Setting dealer calibration options
During normal operation:
1. Press and hold the Power and True / App buttons for
approximately 14 seconds to display the dealer cal entry page.
D12489-1
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4. Sail your vessel directly into the wind and adjust the analog
pointer to 0, using the VMG and Tack buttons.
VMG
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10
50
45
40
14
35
+
Ta ck
CAL
15
20
30 25
True
App
D12493-1
2. Press the VMG and Tack buttons simultaneously to display the
user calibration access page.
CAL
CAL
D12490-1
VMG
The VMG button will decrease the current value and the Tack
button will increase the current value. As you do this, the wind
angle offset shows the amount of correction you have applied.
5. To exit the user calibration pages at any time press and hold the
Power and True / App buttons simultaneously for approximately
2 seconds.
+
Ta ck
D12494-1
3. Use the VMG or Tack buttons to turn user calibration on and off.
4. Press the Power button to display the wind angle response page.
CAL
Selecting wind speed units
D12495-1
From the user calibration pages:
1. Press the Power button to display the wind speed units page, or
5. Use the VMG or Tack buttons to set the required wind angle
response values.
6. Press the Power button to display the wind speed response
page.
CAL
D12491-1
2. Use the VMG and Tack buttons to select the required wind units.
3. To exit the user calibration pages at any time press and hold the
Power and True / App buttons simultaneously for approximately
2 seconds.
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D12496-1
7. Use the VMG or Tack buttons to set the required wind speed
response values.
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8. Press the Power button to display the VMG response page.
CAL VMG
D12497-1
9. Use the VMG or Tack buttons to set the required VMG response
values.
10. Press the Power button to display the wind speed page.
CAL
KTS
D12498-1
11. Press the VMG or Tack buttons to display the wind speed
calibration page.
CAL
VMG
+
Ta ck
D12499-1
12. Use the VMG or Tack buttons to adjust the wind speed
calibration value to 0.7.
13. Press the Power button to display the boat show mode page.
CAL
D12500-1
14. Use the VMG or Tack buttons to switch boat show mode on
and off.
15. Press the Power button to display the factory reset page.
CAL
D12501-1
16. Use the VMG or Tack buttons to reset unit's settings to factory
default values.
17. Use the VMG or Tack buttons to adjust the current values on
each page.
18. To exit the dealer calibration pages at any time press and
hold the Power and True / App buttons simultaneously for
approximately 2 seconds.
Note: User calibration access, wind speed and boat show mode
pages are not available on the i60 Close hauled wind.
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Chapter 7: Using your display
Chapter contents
•
7.1 Pages on page 36
•
7.2 i60 Wind operation on page 36
•
7.3 Group illumination on page 37
Using your display
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7.1 Pages
7.2 i60 Wind operation
The pages available depend on the display variant and are shown
in the table below:
When connected to a relevant rotavecta or wind vane transducer
the i60 provides:
i60 Wind
i60 Close hauled wind
Wind speed
Wind speed
*Beaufort wind speed
*Maximum wind speed
*Maximum wind speed
VMG
*Maximum true wind speed alarm
Tack
*Low true wind speed alarm
*High apparent wind angle alarm
*Low apparent wind angle alarm
VMG
Tack
Note: *These pages are temporary pages and will time-out to the
previous permanent page after 8 seconds of inactivity.
• True and apparent wind direction and speed. Wind speed is
displayed either in knots, meters per second or as Beaufort scale
values.
• Velocity made good (VMG) information, when vessel speed
information is available on the network.
• Tack angle, when heading information is available on the network.
• Maximum wind speed.
• High and low true wind speed alarms.
• High and low apparent wind angle alarms.
Note: Alarms are only available on the i60 Wind instrument,
when set as a master unit. No alarms are available on the i60
Close hauled wind instrument.
i60 display information
Analogue display
Changing pages
During normal operation:
1. Press either the Power button to cycle through the pages.
2. Press the VMG button to display VMG information.
3. Press the Tack button to display tack information.
The analogue display pointer shows either true or apparent wind
direction (Depending on setting).
Digital display
The digital display LCD shows the following wind information.
• Beaufort wind speed
• True / apparent wind speed
• Velocity made good (VMG)
• Tack heading
• Maximum wind speed
• Wind alarm data
Using the display (Power) button
Display
Display
KTS
LO
Display
Display
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Tack
HI
50
45
40
60 5
3
35
10
15
20
30 25
KTS
KTS
Display
Display
disp
LO
KTS
KTS
Display
D12552-1
During normal operation:
1. Use the Display button to cycle through the available pages.
2. Press and hold the Tack buttons for 3 seconds to reset the
maximum wind speed to the current wind speed.
Note: All pages except for the Current wind speed page are
temporary and will time-out after 8 seconds.
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7.3 Group illumination
Using Tack and VMG buttons
The unit can participate in shared illumination via a SeaTalk network
or group illumination via a SeaTalkng network.
When connected on a SeaTalk network all compatible units will
share their backlight level (when 1 unit's backlighting level is
adjusted all other units backlight level will also change).
1
TACK
When connected on a SeaTalkng network the unit can participate in
group illumination and be assigned to a group of units which will
share their backlighting levels. Available groups are as follows:
2
Display
True/App
VMG
• Helm 1
Tack
• Helm 2
VMG
• Cockpit
KTS
• Flybridge
• Mast
D12550-1
During normal operation:
1. Press the VMG button to show the VMG page on the digital
display.
Note: VMG information is only available when vessel speed
information is available.
• grP1 to grP5
When assigned to a group, when the backlighting of 1 unit is
adjusted the backlighting level of all units assigned to the same
group will also change.
Assigning the unit to a group
2. Press the Tack button to show the Tack page on the digital
display.
Note: Tack information is only available when vessel heading
and speed information is available.
During normal operation:
1. Press and hold the Display (Power) and True / app buttons
simultaneously for 6 seconds.
The Group brightness entry page is displayed.
Note: The Group brightness entry page is a temporary page
and will time-out to the previous page after 8 seconds.
Switching between true and apparent wind
information
2. Press the Display (Power) button to display the Group page.
3. Use the VMG or Tack buttons to select the group the unit will
be assigned to.
1
2
D12551-1
During normal operation:
1. Press the True / App button to switch between true or apparent
wind information.
• In True mode the indicator shown in 1 above will be displayed.
• In Apparent mode the indicator shown in 2 above will be
displayed.
Using your display
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Chapter 8: Using alarms
Chapter contents
•
8.1 Alarms on page 40
Using alarms
39
8.1 Alarms
Setting alarm thresholds
You can set up alarms to alert you to certain conditions.
Alarms are raised by system functions, and also external equipment
connected to your display.
When an alarm event occurs an audible and visual alarm is activated
which indicates the alarm state.
Alarm thresholds can be configured from the relevant alarm page /
menu.
+
Tack
KTS
VMG
+
Tack
KTS
VMG
-
D12557-1
With the relevant alarm page displayed:
1. Press the VMG and Tack buttons simultaneously to enter adjust
mode.
The current threshold will start to flash.
2. Use the Tack button to increase the alarm threshold.
3. Use the VMG button to decrease the alarm threshold.
4. Press the VMG and Tack buttons simultaneously to save the
new alarm threshold and exit adjust mode.
Instrument alarms
Alarms available on the i60 Wind are listed below.
• High true wind speed
• Low true wind speed
• High apparent wind angle
• Low apparent wind angle
Note: Alarms are not available on the i60 Close Hauled wind.
Note: The illustration above is an example depicting setting the
Maximum true wind speed alarm threshold.
Alarm indications
High true wind speed alarm
KTS
D12553-1
The High true wind speed alarm sounds when the true wind speed
is equal to or more than the High true wind speed threshold. The
alarm sounds until silenced manually.
Low true wind speed alarm
LO
KTS
D12554-1
The Low true wind speed alarm sounds when the true wind speed
is equal to or less than the Low true wind speed threshold. The
alarm sounds until silenced manually.
High apparent wind angle alarm
HI
D12555-1
The High apparent wind angle alarm sounds when the apparent
wind angle equal to or more than the High apparent wind angle
threshold. The alarm sounds until silenced manually.
Low apparent wind angle alarm
LO
D12556-1
The Low apparent wind angle alarm sounds when the apparent
wind angle is equal to or less than the Low apparent wind angle
threshold. The alarm sounds until silenced manually.
Silencing alarms
1. Press any button to silence an active alarm.
Enabling / Disabling alarms
With the relevant alarm page displayed:
1. Press and hold the Tack button for 1 second to switch the alarm
on or off.
When the alarm is on the alarm threshold is displayed.
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Chapter 9: Maintaining your display
Chapter contents
•
9.1 Service and maintenance on page 42
•
9.2 Condensation on page 42
•
9.3 Routine equipment checks on page 43
•
9.4 Cleaning on page 43
•
9.5 Cleaning the display case on page 44
•
9.6 Cleaning the display screen on page 44
Maintaining your display
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9.1 Service and maintenance
9.2 Condensation
This product contains no user serviceable components. Please
refer all maintenance and repair to authorized Raymarine dealers.
Unauthorized repair may affect your warranty.
Certain atmospheric conditions may cause a small amount of
condensation to form on the unit's window. This will not damage the
unit and will clear after the unit has been switched on for a short
period.
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9.3 Routine equipment checks
9.4 Cleaning
Raymarine strongly recommends that you complete a number of
routine checks to ensure the correct and reliable operation of your
equipment.
Best cleaning practices.
Complete the following checks on a regular basis:
• Do NOT wipe the display screen with a dry cloth, as this could
scratch the screen coating.
• Examine all cables for signs of damage or wear and tear.
• Check that all cables are securely connected.
When cleaning this product:
• Do NOT use abrasive, or acid or ammonia based products.
• Do NOT use a jet wash.
Maintaining your display
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9.5 Cleaning the display case
9.6 Cleaning the display screen
The display unit is a sealed unit and does not require regular
cleaning. If it is necessary to clean the unit, follow this basic
procedure:
1. Switch off the power to the display.
2. Wipe the display with a clean, soft cloth (a microfibre cloth is
ideal).
3. If necessary, use isopropyl alcohol (IPA) or a mild detergent to
remove grease marks.
A coating is applied to the display screen. This makes it water
repellent, and prevents glare. To avoid damaging this coating, follow
this procedure:
1. Switch off the power to the display.
2. Rinse the screen with fresh water to remove all dirt particles
and salt deposits.
3. Allow the screen to dry naturally.
4. If any smears remain, very gently wipe the screen with a clean
microfibre cleaning cloth (available from an opticians).
Note: Do NOT use IPA or any other solvent or detergent on the
screen itself.
Note: In certain conditions, condensation may appear inside the
display screen. This will not harm the unit, and can be cleared by
powering on the display for a short time.
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Chapter 10: Troubleshooting
Chapter contents
•
10.1 Troubleshooting on page 46
•
10.2 Instrument troubleshooting on page 47
•
10.3 Power up troubleshooting on page 48
•
10.4 Miscellaneous troubleshooting on page 49
•
10.5 Self-test on page 50
Troubleshooting
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10.1 Troubleshooting
The troubleshooting information provides possible causes and
corrective action required for common problems associated with
marine electronics installations.
All Raymarine products are, prior to packing and shipping, subjected
to comprehensive test and quality assurance programs. However,
if you experience problems with the operation of your product this
section will help you to diagnose and correct problems in order to
restore normal operation.
If after referring to this section you are still having problems with your
unit, please contact Raymarine Technical Support for further advice.
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10.2 Instrument troubleshooting
Fault
Cause
Action
Blank display.
No power supply.
• Check fuse / circuit breaker.
• Check power supply.
• Check SeaTalk / SeaTalkng cabling and connector
security.
SeaTalk / SeaTalkng information not being transferred
between instruments.
SeaTalk / SeaTalkng cabling or connector fault.
• Check security of SeaTalk / SeaTalkng connections
between units.
• Check condition of SeaTalk / SeaTalkng cables.
• Isolate faulty unit by disconnecting units one by
one.
A group of SeaTalk / SeaTalkng units not working.
SeaTalk / SeaTalkng cabling or connector fault.
• Check the security of SeaTalk / SeaTalkng
connectors between functioning and
non-functioning units.
• Check the condition of SeaTalk / SeaTalkng cable
between functioning and non-functioning units.
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10.3 Power up troubleshooting
Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
The system (or part of it) does not start up.
Power supply problem.
Check relevant fuses and breakers.
Check that the power supply cable is sound and that all connections are
tight and free from corrosion.
Check that the power source is of the correct voltage and sufficient current.
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10.4 Miscellaneous troubleshooting
Miscellaneous problems and their possible causes and solutions are described here.
Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
Display behaves erratically:
Intermittent problem with power to the
display.
Check relevant fuses and breakers.
• Frequent unexpected resets.
• System crashes or other erratic
behavior.
Check that the power supply cable is sound and that all connections are
tight and free from corrosion.
Check that the power source is of the correct voltage and sufficient current.
Software mismatch on system (upgrade
required).
Go to www.raymarine.com and click on support for the latest software
downloads.
Corrupt data / other unknown issue.
Perform a factory reset.
Important: This will result in the loss of any settings and data (such as
waypoints) stored on the product. Save any important data to a memory
card before resetting.
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10.5 Self-test
The unit has a built in self-test to aid fault diagnosis. The resulting
failures and / or fault codes should be used when contacting
Raymarine customer support.
Starting self-test
During normal operation:
1. Press the Display (Power) and Tack button simultaneously for 4
seconds, until the unit beeps.
2. When the unit beeps immediately press the VMG and Tack
button simultaneously.
Self-test stage 1 will commence.
3. At the end of each test press the Display (Power) and True /
App button simultaneously to progress to the next stage.
If the pointer is misaligned use the VMG (anti-clockwise) and Tack
(clockwise) buttons to manually adjust the pointer offset until correct
alignment is obtained.
Self-test stage 4
A known good transducer must be connected for Self-test stage 4,
and the vessel must be underway at sufficient speed for the tests to
be performed.
When entering Self-test stage 4, the unit beeps and the display
shows t 4, for 1 second.
Self-test stage 4 will perform a transducer test
If the test is satisfactory then P is shown on the display.
If the test is not satisfactory then a fail code will be shown on the
display:
Fault code
Failure
Self-test stages
F5
Rotavecta
Self-test stage 1
When entering Self-test stage 1, the unit beeps and the display
shows St followed by t1.
Self-test stage 1 will perform the following tests:
F3
Wind vane
F4
Annemometer
To exit self-test stage 4 and save pointer offset corrections, press
the Display (Power) and True / App buttons simultaneously for
2 seconds.
• SeaTalk / SeaTalkng self-test, which checks the receive and
transmit circuits.
To exit self-test stage 4 without saving pointer offset corrections,
press the Display (Power) and True / App buttons simultaneously.
• EEPROM test (read and write).
If the tests are satisfactory, P is shown on the display.
If the tests are not satisfactory, the following failure codes may be
generated:
Fault code
F01
F02
Self-test stage 2
When entering Self-test stage 2, the unit beeps and the display
shows t 2, for 1 second.
Self-test stage 2 will perform the following tests:
• Backlighting test, which cycles between on and off every second.
• Any button press sounds a beep.
• Display test, which tests the LCD segments in the following
sequence, changing once per second:
1
2
3
D4491-3
D4491-2
While the test is progressing, press each of the display buttons and
check that the buzzer sounds as each button is pressed.
The table below shows possible problems that may be encountered:
Failure
No illumination.
Button illumination failure.
Degraded dial illumination
No beep when button pressed.
LCD segment(s) missing completely.
Faint LCD segment(s).
Pointer not rotating or erratic movement
Self-test stage 3
When entering Self-test stage 3, the unit beeps and the display
shows t 3, for 1 second.
Self-test stage 3 will perform pointer offset and corrections.
Pressing the Display (Power) button will rotate the pointer
clockwise to align with the major graduations.
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Chapter 11: Technical support
Chapter contents
•
11.1 Raymarine customer support on page 52
•
11.2 Checking the software version on page 52
Technical support
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11.1 Raymarine customer support
11.2 Checking the software version
Web support
During normal operation:
1. Press and hold the Display (Power) and True / App buttons
simultaneously for 4 seconds.
Please visit the customer support area of our website at:
www.raymarine.com
This contains Frequently Asked Questions, servicing information,
e-mail access to the Raymarine Technical Support Department and
details of worldwide Raymarine agents.
The software version will be displayed on the screen.
Telephone and email support
In the USA:
• Tel: +1 603 324 7900
• Toll Free: +1 800 539 5539
• Email: [email protected]
In the UK, Europe, the Middle East, or Far East:
• Tel: +44 (0)13 2924 6777
• Email: [email protected]
Product information
If you need to request service, please have the following information
to hand:
• Product name.
• Product identity.
• Serial number.
• Software application version.
You can obtain this product information using the menus within your
product.
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Chapter 12: Technical specification
Chapter contents
•
12.1 Technical specification on page 54
Technical specification
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12.1 Technical specification
Nominal supply voltage
12 V dc
Operating voltage range
10 V dc to 16 V dc
Power consumption
• < 1 W Typical (Display only)
• 2.4 W Maximum (Transducer connected)
Current
• 45 to 65 mA Typical (Display only)
• 200 mA Maximum (Transducer connected)
LEN (Refer to SeaTalkng reference manual for further information.)
4
Environmental
Operating temperature: –20ºC to +55ºC
Storage temperature: –30ºC to +70ºC
Relative humidity: 93%
Water proofing: IPX6
Connections
• 2 x SeaTalkng connections (compliant with SeaTalk)
• Transducer connections
Conformance
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Chapter 13: Spares and accessories
Chapter contents
•
13.1 Wind transducers on page 56
•
13.2 Spares on page 56
•
13.3 SeaTalkng cables and accessories on page 57
•
13.4 Converters on page 58
Spares and accessories
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13.1 Wind transducers
13.2 Spares
The following wind transducers are available for the i60 range:
Description
Part number
Wind vane transducer
E22078
Rotavecta transducer
Z195
Notes
Description
Part number
i50 / i60 / i70 front bezel
R22168
i50 / i60 / i70 Sun cover
R22169
i60 Keypad
R70133
Note
Note: Other transducers are available please check with your
local Raymarine dealer.
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13.3 SeaTalkng cables and accessories
Description
Part No
Notes
Backbone Kit
A25062
Includes:
• 2 x 5 m (16.4 ft)
Backbone cable
•
1 x 20 m (65.6 ft)
Backbone cable
• 4 x T-piece
•
Description
Part No
Notes
DeviceNet adaptor cable
(Male)
A06046
Allows the connection of
NMEA 2000 devices to
a SeaTalkng system.
DeviceNet adaptor cable
(Female) to bare ends.
E05026
Allows the connection of
NMEA 2000 devices to
a SeaTalkng system.
DeviceNet adaptor cable
(Male) to bare ends.
E52027
Allows the connection of
NMEA 2000 devices to
a SeaTalkng system.
2 x Backbone
terminator
• 1 x Power cable
SeaTalkng
0.4 m (1.3 ft)
A06038
spur
SeaTalkng 1 m (3.3 ft)
spur
A06039
SeaTalkng 3 m (9.8 ft)
spur
A06040
SeaTalkng 5 m (16.4 ft)
spur
A06041
SeaTalkng 0.4 m (1.3 ft)
backbone
A06033
SeaTalkng 1 m (3.3 ft)
backbone
A06034
SeaTalkng 3 m (9.8 ft)
backbone
A06035
SeaTalkng 5 m (16.4 ft)
backbone
A06036
SeaTalkng 9 m (29.5 ft)
backbone
A06068
SeaTalkng 20 m (65.6 ft)
backbone
A06037
SeaTalkng to bare ends
1 m (3.3 ft) spur
A06043
SeaTalkng to bare ends
3 m (9.8 ft) spur
A06044
SeaTalkng Power cable
A06049
SeaTalkng Terminator
A06031
SeaTalkng T-piece
A06028
Provides 1 x spur
connection
SeaTalkng 5–way
connector
A06064
Provides 3 x spur
connections
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng
converter
E22158
Allows the connection
of SeaTalk devices to a
SeaTalkng system.
SeaTalkng Inline
terminator
A80001
Provides direct
connection of a spur
cable to the end of a
backbone cable. No
T-piece required.
SeaTalkng Blanking plug
A06032
SeaTalk (3 pin) to
SeaTalkng adaptor cable
0.4 m (1.3 ft)
A06047
SeaTalk2 (5 pin) to
SeaTalkng adaptor cable
0.4 m (1.3 ft)
A06048
DeviceNet adaptor cable
(Female)
A06045
Spares and accessories
Allows the connection of
NMEA 2000 devices to
a SeaTalkng system.
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13.4 Converters
Part number
Description
E22158
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng Converter
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Appendix A NMEA 2000 sentences
PG name
PGN
ISO Acknowledgement
59392
ISO Request
59904
ISO Address claim
60928
ISO Commanded address
65240
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NMEA Request group function
126208
●
NMEA Command group function
126208
●
NMEA Acknowledge group function
126208
●
PGN list — Transmit PGN's group
function
126464
●
PGN list — Received PGN's
groupfunction
126464
●
Product information
126996
●
Heading / Tack
127237
●
Vessel heading
127250
●
Magnetic variation
127258
●
Speed
128259
●
COG & SOG rapid update
129026
●
GNSS Position data
129029
●
Wind data
130306
NMEA 2000 sentences
i60 Wind Transmit
i60 Wind Receive
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