Furuno 511 Marine Instruments User Manual

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• No part of this manual may be copied or reproduced without written permission.
• If this manual is lost or worn, contact your dealer about replacement.
• The contents of this manual and equipment specifications are subject to change without notice.
• The example screens (or illustrations) shown in this manual may not match the screens you see
on your display. The screen you see depends on your system configuration and equipment settings.
• This manual is intended for use by native speakers of English.
• FURUNO will assume no responsibility for the damage caused by improper use or modification
of the equipment or claims of loss of profit by a third party.
• Please carefully read and follow the operation, installation and maintenance procedures set
forth in this manual.
• Store this manual in a convenient place for further reference.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety Instructions for the Operator
CAUTION
WARNING
Do not open the equipment.
Do no turn on the equipment with the
transducer out of water.
There are no user-serviceable parts
inside.
The transducer may be damaged.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
The picture is not refreshed when
picture advancement is stopped.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury
can result.
Maneuvering the vessel in this condition
may result in a dangerous situation.
Immediately turn off the power at the
switchboard if the equipment is
emitting smoke or fire.
Use the proper gain setting.
Incorrect gain may produce wrong depth
indication, possibly resulting in a
dangerous situation.
Continued use of the equipment can
cause fire or electrical shock. Contact a
FURUNO agent for service.
NOTICE
Do not maneuver the vessel based
on the depth indication alone.
A warning label is attached to the
equipment. Do not remove the label.
If the label is missing or damaged,
contact a FURUNO agent or dealer
about replacement.
Grounding may result.
Use the proper fuse.
WARNING
Fuse rating is shown on the equipment.
Use of a wrong fuse can result in
damage to the equipment.
To avoid electrical shock, do not
remove cover. No user-serviceable
parts inside.
Name:
Warning Label (1)
Type: 86-003-1011-1
Code No.: 100-236-231
About the TFT LCD
The TFT LCD is constructed using the
latest LCD techniques, and displays
99.99% of its pixels. The remaining 0.01%
of the pixels may drop out or blink, however
this is not an indication of malfunction.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety Instructions for the Installer
WARNING
CAUTION
Turn off the power at the switchboard
before beginning the installation.
Do not install the equipment where
air bubbles and noise are present.
Fire or electrical shock can result if the
power is left on.
Performance will be affected.
The following are guidelines for
handling of the transducer cable.
Be sure no water leaks in at the transducer or sensor mounting location.
- Keep fuels and oils away from the
cable.
- Locate it in a safe place.
- Do no paint the cable.
Water leakage can sink the vessel. Also
confirm that the transducer and sensor
will not loosen by ship's vibration. The
installer of the equipment is solely
responsible for the proper installation of
the equipment. FURUNO will assume no
responsibility for any damage associated
with improper installation.
The sheath of the cable is made of
chloroprene rubber (or polychloride vinyl).
For this reason do not paint the cable.
Do not turn on the equipment with the
transducer out of water.
Use the specified power cable.
Use of other power cable may result in
fire.
The transducer may be damaged.
Observe the following compass safe
distances to prevent interference to a
magnetic compass:
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Display
unit
Standard
compass
Steering
compass
FCV-620
0.3 m
0.3 m
FCV-585
0.5 m
0.3 m
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD ............................... v
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ..... vi
EQUIPMENT LISTS.................. vii
4. INSTALLATION .................... 25
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Display Unit .................................. 25
Thru-hull Mount Transducer......... 26
Transom Mount Transducer......... 28
Inside-hull Transducer ................. 28
Triducer........................................ 30
Optional Water Temperature/Speed
Sensor.......................................... 33
4.7 Optional Water Temperature
Sensor.......................................... 33
4.8 Wiring ........................................... 34
4.9 IEC 61162-1 Data Sentences ...... 36
4.10 Adjustments after Installation ....... 37
1. OPERATION ........................... 1
1.1 Control Description......................... 1
1.2 Power On/Off ................................. 2
1.3 Adjusting Display Contrast and
Brilliance......................................... 2
1.4 Choosing a Display Mode .............. 2
1.5 Choosing Range ............................ 5
1.6 Adjusting Gain ................................ 5
1.7 Measuring Depth ............................ 6
1.8 Menu Operating Procedure ............ 6
1.9 Shifting Range................................ 7
1.10 Choosing Picture Advance Speed
....................................................... 7
1.11 Suppressing Interference ............... 8
1.12 Suppressing Low Level Noise ........ 9
1.13 Erasing Weak Echoes .................... 9
1.14 A-Scope Display........................... 10
1.15 Fish Information ........................... 10
1.16 Alarms .......................................... 11
1.17 FUNC Key .................................... 13
1.18 Waypoints .................................... 13
1.19 Setting Up Nav Data Displays ...... 15
1.20 Menu Items .................................. 16
MENU TREE ............................. 38
SPECIFICATIONS ................ SP-1
OUTLINE DRAWINGS............ D-1
INTERCONNECTION
DIAGRAM ............................... S-1
Declaration of Conformity
2. SYSTEM MENU .................... 20
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
Displaying System Sub Menu ...... 20
Range Menu................................. 20
Key Menu ..................................... 20
Lang Menu ................................... 20
Units Menu ................................... 21
Calib Menu ................................... 21
Demo Menu.................................. 21
3. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING ........................... 22
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
Maintenance................................. 22
Cleaning the Display Unit ............. 22
Transducer Maintenance ............. 22
Replacing the Fuse ...................... 22
Battery Voltage Alert .................... 22
Troubleshooting ........................... 23
Diagnostics................................... 23
Test Pattern.................................. 24
Memory Clear............................... 24
iv
FOREWORD
A Word to FCV-620/585
Owners
Features
The FURUNO FCV-620/585 is a dual
frequency (50 kHz and 200 kHz) Color LCD
Sounder. Comprised of a display unit and a
transducer, the FCV-620 displays underwater
conditions on a 5.6-inch color LCD and the
FCV-585 on an 8.4-inch color LCD.
Congratulations on your choice of the
FURUNO FCV-620/585 Color LCD Sounder.
We are confident you will see why the
FURUNO name has become synonymous
with quality and reliability.
The main features of the FCV-620/585 are
For over 50 years FURUNO Electric Company has enjoyed an enviable reputation for
innovative and dependable marine electronics equipment. This dedication to excellence is furthered by our extensive global
network of agents and dealers.
• Bright color LCD gives excellent readability
even in broad daylight.
• Waterproof construction permits installation
on open bridge.
• Automatic function being available on
detecting fish school and bottom at both
shallow and deep depth permits best display.
• User-programmable nav data displays provide analog and digital nav data.
• Alarms: Bottom, Fish (bottom lock and
normal), Speed, Water Temperature and
Arrival. (Speed, arrival and water temperature alarms require appropriate sensor.)
• White line feature helps discriminate fish
lying near the bottom.
• Destination waypoint feature provides
range, bearing, and time-to-go to destination waypoint (up to 20 waypoints).
This equipment is designed and constructed
to meet the rigorous demands of the marine
environment. However, no machine can perform its intended function unless operated
and maintained properly. Please carefully
read and follow the recommended procedures for operation and maintenance.
We would appreciate hearing from you, the
end user, about whether we are achieving our
purposes.
Thank you for considering and purchasing
FURUNO equipment.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
FCV-620
DISPLAY UNIT
CV-620
Power supply
12-24 VDC
GPS Navigator
or
Water temperature sensor
Water temperature/speed sensor
ST-02MSB, ST-02PSB
Water temperature sensor
T-02MSB, T-02MTB, T-03MSB
: Standard
Transducer
: Option
520-5PSD, 520-5MSD, 525-5PWD,
525ST-MSD, 525ST-PWD
: Local Supply
FCV-585
DISPLAY UNIT
CV-585
Power supply
12-24 VDC
GPS Navigator
or
Water temperature sensor
Matching Box
MB-1100*
Water temperature/speed sensor
ST-02MSB, ST-02PSB
Water temperature sensor
T-02MSB, T-02MTB, T-03MSB
: Standard
: Option
Transducer
: Local Supply
520-5PSD, 520-5MSD, 525-5PWD,
525ST-MSD, 525ST-PWD
*: For connection to 1 kW transducer
(50B-6, 50B-6B, 200B-5S, 50/200-1T)
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EQUIPMENT LISTS
Standard supply for FCV-620
Name
Display Unit
Transducer
Type
CV-620
Code No.
Qty
-
1
Remarks
With hard cover
520-5PSD
000-015-204
Thru-hull mount
520-5MSD
000-015-212
Thru-hull mount
525-5PWD
000-146-966
Triducer (transducer
525ST-MSD
plus spd/temp sensor)
525ST-PWD
1
Transom mount
000-015-263
Thru-hull mount
000-015-261
Transom mount
Installation Materials
(CP02-07900)
• Cable assy. (1 pc., KON-004-02M, 000-156-405, for power and data)
• Self-tapping screw (4 pcs., 5x25 SUS304, 000-802-082)
Accessories
(FP02-05501)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Spare Parts
(SP02-05001)
Fuse (2 pcs., FGBO-A 125V 2A, 000-155-849-10)
Template
C22-00502
000-156-349
1
Operator’s Guide
MLG-23740
000-156-373
1
Operator’s Manual
OME-23740
000-156-346
1
Code No.
Qty
-
1
Flush mounting sponge (1 pc., 02-154-1601-0, 100-329-460)
Wing nut (4 pcs., M4 SUS304, 000-863-331)
Flat washer (4 pcs., M4 SUS304, 000-864-126)
Spring washer (4 pcs., M4 SUS304, 000-864-256)
Threaded rod (4 pcs., M4x50 SUS304, 000-147-539)
MJ cable cap (1 pc., 02-154-1221-1, 100-329-441)
For flush mounting
Standard supply for FCV-585
Name
Display Unit
Transducer
Type
CV-585
With hard cover
520-5PSD
000-015-204
Thru-hull mount
520-5MSD
000-015-212
Thru-hull mount
525-5PWD
000-146-966
Triducer (transducer
525ST-MSD
plus spd/temp sensor)
525ST-PWD
Installation Materials
(CP02-07900)
Remarks
1
Transom mount
000-015-263
Thru-hull mount
000-015-261
Transom mount
• Cable assy. (1 pc., KON-004-02M, 000-156-405, for power and data)
• Self-tapping screw (4 pcs., 5x25 SUS304, 000-802-082)
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EQUIPMENT LISTS
Name
Type
Code No.
Qty
Remarks
Accessories
(FP02-05601)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Flush mounting sponge (1 pc., 02-155-1081-1, 100-330-851-10)
Wing nut (4 pcs., M4 SUS304, 000-863-331)
Flat washer (4 pcs., M4 SUS304, 000-864-126)
Spring washer (4 pcs., M4 SUS304, 000-864-256)
Threaded rod (4 pcs., M4x50 SUS304, 000-147-539)
MJ cable cap (1 pc., 02-154-1221-1, 100-329-441)
Spare Parts
(SP02-05001)
Fuse (2 pcs., FGBO-A 125V 2A, 000-155-849-10)
Template
C22-00504
000-158-577
1
Operator’s Guide
MLG-23740
000-156-373
1
Operator’s Manual
OME-23740
000-156-346
1
For flush mounting
Optional equipment for FCV-620/585
Name
Type
Code No.
Qty
1
For water temperature
and spd/temp sensors
1
Thru-hull type
Conversion Cable
02S4147
000-141-082
Water Temperature &
Speed Sensor
ST-02MSB
000-137-986
ST-02PSB
000-137-987
T-02MTB
000-040-026
T-02MSB
000-040-040
T-03MSB
000-040-027
Inner Hull Kit S
22S0191
000-802-598
1
Matching Box
MB-1100
000-041-353
1
50B-6
000-015-042
50B-6B
000-015-043
200B-5S
000-015-029
50/200-1T
000-015-170
Water Temperature
Transducer
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Remarks
Transom mount, w/8 m
cable
1
Thru-hull mount
Thru-hull mount, w/8 m
cable
For connection to 1 kW
transducer
10 m, 1 kW
1
15 m, 1 kW
10 m, 1 kW
10 m, 1 kW
For FCV585
1.
1.1
OPERATION
Control Description
NU/ESC
ME
1
2
3
ENTER
4
5
6
RANGE
MARK
FUNC
6
4
2
8
AUTO
0G
LF
10
AIN
7
DUAL H
F
NA
M NAV2
V1 ZOO
M
O
ZO
8
MODE
FCV- 620
B RIL L
9
Display unit for FCV-620
Note: The FCV-620 and FCV-585 share the same features. For sake of brevity, this manual uses
“FCV-620”.
No.
Control
Function
1
MENU/ESC
• Opens/closes menu.
• Escapes from current operation.
2
STWX
(TrackPad)
• Moves cursor on the menu.
• Adjusts settings.
• Moves VRM (Variable Range Marker) by using S or T except for nav mode.
3
ENTER
Saves settings.
4
RANGE
Opens display range setting window.
5
MARK
Records the position of an important echo as waypoint. (Outputs latitude and
longitude position to a plotter.)
6
FUNC
Opens user defined window.
7
GAIN
• Push: Opens automatic gain setting window.
• Rotating: Manually adjusts gain (with automatic gain adjustment off).
8
MODE
Selects display mode.
9
/BRILL
• Turns power on/off.
• Opens display contrast/brilliance setting window. (The FCV-585 does not
have the contrast function.)
How to remove the hard cover
When removing the display unit
Place fingers below cover, pull cover forward
and lift it.
To keep out dust from connectors:
- Cover transducer cable’s connector with MJ
cable cap (supplied).
- Cover two connectors on display unit with their
caps.
- Cover power cable’s connector with its cap.
1
1. OPERATION
1.2
Power On/Off
1.3
1. Press the /BRILL key to turn on the
power.
The unit beeps, the startup screen appears,
and then the equipment checks the ROM
and RAM for proper operation. After the completion of the equipment check, the last-used
display appears.
Adjusting Display
Contrast and Brilliance
1. Press the
/BRILL key momentarily to
show the contrast/brilliance adjustment window. (The FCV-585 does not have the contrast function.)
Contrast/Brill
Contrast
Brill
W Min Max X
5
9
S/T
: Select
[ENTER] : Set
[MENU] : Cancel
Contrast/brilliance adjustment window
2. To adjust brilliance, press the
/BRILL key.
Continual pressing changes the brilliance
continuously (0→ 1→...→9→8→...→ 0→
1→ ...). “0” is the dimmest and “9” is the
brightest.
After selecting “Brill” by using S or T, you
may also use W or X to adjust brilliance.
3. To adjust contrast, after selecting “Contrast"
by using S or T, use W or X (only for FCV620). “0” is the lowest and “9” is the highest.
4. Press the ENTER key to save the setting and
close the window.
Startup screen
2. To turn off the power, press the
/BRILL
key more than three seconds.
The time remaining until power is turned off
is counted down on the screen.
Note1: If "ROM/RAM check error!" appears, try
to press any key except the
/BRILL key to
start operation. However, the equipment may
not work properly. Contact your dealer.
Note: When the power is reapplied after turning
off the equipment with minimum brilliance, minimum brilliance will be set after the equipment
goes through its initial start up. (The start up
screen appears with the maximum brilliance.)
Adjust the brilliance as necessary.
Note2: The first time you turn on the power (or
any time the power is applied after a memory
reset), the installation menu appears. See the
figure below.
When this occurs, press the MENU/ESC key
twice to close the menu.
1.4
Installation
Language
: English
Depth
Unit
English
Unit
Temp
Francais
,
Speed
Unit
∼
Espanol
Unit
Wind
Deutsch
Distance Unit
Italiano
Demonstrate
Portugues
S/T
: Select Dansk
[ENTER] : Enter Svenska
[MENU] : Quit
Norsk
Suomi
Choosing a Display Mode
1. Rotate the MODE knob to open the mode
setting window, which is displayed for five
seconds.
MODE
NAV1
LF-ZOOM
LF
DUAL
HF
HF-ZOOM
NAV2
Nav data mode 1
Low frequency zoom mode*
Low frequency mode (50 k)
Dual frequency mode
High frequency mode (200 k)
High frequency zoom mode**
Nav data mode 2
*: The indication at the top on the screen is
B/L-LF, B/Z-LF or M/Z-LF.
**: The indication at the top on the screen is
B/L-HF, B/Z-HF or M/Z-HF.
B/L: Bottom lock, LF: Low frequency,
B/Z: Bottom zoom, HF: High frequency,
M/Z: Marker zoom
Installation menu
2
1. OPERATION
2. Rotate the MODE knob again to choose the
display mode desired.
The screen you chose appears soon thereafter.
G:AF R:A
50/200 W 1/1
0
Single frequency display
0
0.0
50 kHz
picture
200 kHz
picture
20
20
Low frequency (50 kHz)
The sounder uses ultrasonic signals to detect
bottom conditions. The lower the frequency of
the signal, the wider the detection area. Therefore, the 50 kHz frequency is useful for general
detection and judging bottom condition.
High frequency (200 kHz)
40
40
60
60
47.2 m80
80
Dual frequency display
The higher the frequency of the ultrasonic
signal, the better the resolution. For this reason
the 200 kHz frequency is ideal for detailed
observation of fish schools.
Frequency
Beam
width
Resolution
Detectable Bottom
range
tail
50 kHz
Wide
Low
Deep
Long
200 kHz
Narrow
High
Shallow
Short
50 kHz
Zoom display (50/200 kHz)
Zoom mode expands chosen area of the single
frequency picture. Three modes are available:
bottom lock, bottom zoom and marker zoom.
The default mode is bottom lock. To change a
mode, see page 16.
200 kHz
Bottom lock display
Frequency and coverage area
Gain
Minute
marker
(Each bar
equals
30 sec.)
Nav
display
Color
bar
The bottom lock display provides a normal picture on the right half of the screen and a 10-30
feet (default: 15 feet) wide layer in contact with
the bottom is expanded onto the left half of the
screen. This mode is useful for detecting bottom
fish.
Picture advance speed
Display mode
Range
G:AF R:A
50k
W
0.0
15.5 kt
82.6
1/1
0
Transmission line
Alarm icon
Fish school
Range scale
B/L-LF
G:AF R:A
W
20
4
40
1/1
00
5
Fish
school
10
3
Bottom
20
60
2
Depth
49.6
m
Zoomed
fish
80
Single frequency display
21.7m
Dual frequency display
Bottom lock
display
Zoom marker
This section
is zoomed.
1
Single
frequency
display
0
Bottom
displayed flat
30
40
Bottom lock display
The 50 kHz picture appears on the left; the 200
kHz picture on the right. This display is useful for
comparing the same picture with two different
frequencies.
Note1: To adjust the range of the zoom display,
go to the Range menu (see page 20).
Note2: To turn on or off the Zoom Marker, go to
the Display menu (see page 18).
3
1. OPERATION
use on the Display menu. The default settings
are as follows.
Bottom zoom display
This mode expands bottom and bottom fish on
the left-half window. This mode is useful for
determining bottom contour. When the bottom
depth increases, the display automatically shifts
to keep the bottom echo at the lower part of the
screen.
G:AF R:A
B/Z-LF
W
Nav Data 1: Two-data display (SPEED (STW),
WIND)
Nav Data 2: Four-data display (DEPTH,
TEMPERATURE, TRIP METER,
ODOMETER)
You can display between two and four items in
a nav data display and choose the item and
order to display them. For details, see section
1.19.
1/1
00
27
28
10
Single
frequency
display
W
1/1
0
29
Bottom
20
30
30
31
29.8 m 32
40
Zoom
marker
20
Switched with
depth
Bottom zoom
display
40
Bottom zoom display
60
Marker zoom display
80
This mode expands chosen area of the normal
picture to full vertical size of the screen on the
left-half window. You may specify the portion to
expand by operating the VRM (Variable Range
Marker), which you can shift with S or T. The
area between the VRM and zoom marker is
expanded. This mode is useful for determining
the size of fish in the middle water.
G:AF R:A
M/Z-LF
W
17
18
19
Fish
school
Nav Data 1 display
W
0
20
1/1
00
10
17.0
20
1/1
40
Single frequency
display
Variable range
marker
60
80
This section
is zoomed
Nav Data 2 display
20
Sample Nav Data displays (Default setting)
Zoomed
fish 21
school
30
Zoom marker
25.0m 22
40
Marker zoom
display
Marker zoom display
Nav data displays
The nav data displays appear on the left of the
screen. Data other than depth requires appropriate sensor.
Two nav data displays are available, Nav Data
1 or Nav Data 2, and you may choose which to
4
1. OPERATION
1.5
Choosing Range
Note: The range mode indication, which
appears at the top-left corner, may be turned on
or off with Header Info on the Display menu. For
details, see page 18.
The basic range may be chosen in Auto or
Manual mode.
1. Press the RANGE key to open the range setting window.
1.6
Range
Adjusting Gain
The gain may be adjusted automatically
(Fishing or Cruising) or manually.
W Auto Manual X
15 ft
30 ft
60 ft
120 ft
200 ft
400 ft
600 ft
1000 ft
Fishing and Cruising
The gain (or receiver sensitivity) is adjusted
automatically for Fishing and Cruising mode so
that the bottom is displayed as reddish brown.
Gain offset lets you override automatic gain
adjustment.
These are
available with
Manual mode.
1. Press the GAIN knob to open the Auto Gain
setting window.
S / T : Select
[ENTER] : Set
[MENU] : Cancel
Auto Gain
Fishing
Cruising
Off
Range setting window
2. Use W or X to choose Auto or Manual.
Auto: The range changes automatically to
display the bottom echo on the screen. The
range shifting functions are inoperative in
Auto mode. “R:A” is shown at the top left
corner on the screen.
Manual: The range may be chosen from the
eight ranges. “R:M” is shown at the top left
corner on the screen.
If you choose Auto go to step 4. For manual
go to the next step.
3. For Manual, use S or T to choose the
range.
W Min
Auto Gain setting window
2. Press the GAIN knob again to choose
Fishing or Cruising.
You may also use S or T to choose the
mode.
Fishing: This mode clearly displays weaker
echoes and is for searching fish schools.
“G:AF” is shown at the top left corner on the
screen.
Cruising: This mode clearly displays
stronger echoes (for example, bottom), suppresses weak echoes and is for general
cruising.
“G:AC” is shown at the top left corner on the
screen.
Off: For manual adjustment
Adjusting gain offset proceed, if not go to
step 4.
3. If you need, adjust the gain offset with W or
X (setting range: -5 to +5).
Pressing W lowers the gain, X raises the
gain.
4. Press the ENTER key.
Basic Range
Unit
2
3
4
5
6
7
m
5
10
20
40
80 150 200 300
ft
15
30
60 120 200 400 600 1000
fa
3
5
10
20
40
pb
3
5
10
20
50 100 150 200
HR*
4
8
15
30
50 100 150 200
Max X
S / T : Select
[ENTER] : Set
[MENU] : Cancel
Default ranges
1
Offset 0
8
80 100 150
*: Japanese unit of depth measurement
Note: Basic ranges may be preset as desired.
For further details, see page 20.
4. Press the ENTER key.
5
1. OPERATION
Manual gain adjustment
The GAIN knob adjusts the sensitivity of the
receiver. Generally, use a higher gain setting for
greater depths and a lower setting for shallower
waters.
G:AF R:A
50k
W
1/1
0
VRM
Depth to VRM 20
CAUTION
37.9
40
Use the proper gain setting.
60
Incorrect gain may produce wrong depth
indication, possibly resulting in a
dangerous situation.
49.6 m
80
How to measure depth with the VRM
1.8
Gain too high
Gain proper
The FCV-620/585 have five menus: Sounder,
Display, Alarm, Data, and System. Below is the
basic menu operating procedure.
Gain too low
Examples of proper and improper gain
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
1. Press the GAIN knob to open the Auto Gain
setting window.
2. Press the GAIN knob again to choose Off.
“G:M” appears at the top left corner on the
screen.
3. Press the ENTER key.
4. Rotate the GAIN knob to adjust the gain. The
setting range is 0.0 to 10.
Adjust so that a slight amount of noise
remains on the screen.
The setting gain is shown at the top of the
screen as G (Gain) + XX (setting value).
1.7
Menu Operating
Procedure
Cursor
(yellow)
Menu
T
Sounder
Display
Alarm
Data
System
Menu window
Measuring Depth
Menu item
window
The VRM (Variable Range Marker) functions to
measure the depth to fish schools, etc.
*: FCV-585
only
1. Use S or T to place the VRM on the object
to measure depth.
2. Read the VRM depth just above the VRM.
Currently selected menu
Sounder
Pic. Advance
Zoom Mode
Shift
Bottom Area
Interference
Color Erase
Clutter
White Line
White Marker
TVG
Smoothing
TX Power
TX Rate
Transducer*
: 1/1
: Bottom Lock
:
0ft
: Auto
: 0%
: 0%
: 0%
: Medium
: On
: Auto
: 10
: 600W
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
Menu
2. Use S or T to choose the menu or sub
menu desired.
The cursor (yellow) shows current selection.
The items in the right window change with
menu selected.
3. Press the ENTER key.
The cursor (yellow) shifts to the menu item
window (right) and the current selection on
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1. OPERATION
the menu window (left) is displayed to gray.
You may also use X to move the cursor.
4. Use S or T to choose the menu item
desired and press the ENTER key.
The selected setting box or window appears.
Shift
Depth Size
Small
Medium
Large
Off
On
Setting box
[ENTER] : Set
[MENU] : Cancel
[ENTER] : Set
[MENU] : Cancel
Shift setting window
4. Use S or T to choose an amount of shift
desired and press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close the
window.
Setting window
5. Use S or T to choose an option.
6. Press the ENTER key to save the setting.
The setting box or window disappears. To
escape without changing setting press the
MENU/ESC key instead of the ENTER key.
7. To choose another menu press the MENU/
ESC key.
The cursor (yellow) moves to the menu
window. You may also use W to move the
cursor.
8. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the
menu.
1.9
Note: The echo may be lost if the amount of
shift is greater than actual depth.
1.10 Choosing Picture
Advance Speed
The picture advance speed determines how
quickly the vertical scan lines run across the
screen. When choosing a picture advance
speed, keep in mind that a fast advance speed
will expand the size of the fish school horizontally on the screen and a slow advance speed
will contract it. A fast advance speed is useful
for observing the rugged bottom minutely. A
slow advance speed is useful for observing the
smooth bottom.
Shifting Range
The basic range may be shifted up or down in
the Manual mode as follows:
Window can be
shifted up and
down to select
starting depth.
Fast
Display
Slow
Picture and picture advance speed
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Sounder and press
the ENTER key.
Range and display shift concept
Note: This function is inoperative when Auto
mode is selected on the range setting window.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Sounder and press
the ENTER key.
3. Use S or T to choose Shift and press the
ENTER key.
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1. OPERATION
5. Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close the
window.
Sounder
Pic. Advance
Zoom Mode
Shift
Bottom Area
Interference
Color Erase
Clutter
White Line
White Marker
TVG
Smoothing
TX Power
TX Rate
Transducer*
: 1/1
: Bottom Lock
:
0ft
1.11 Suppressing
Interference
: Auto
: 0%
: 0%
: 0%
Interference from other acoustic equipment
operating nearby or other electronic equipment
on your boat may show itself on the display as
shown in the figure below. Follow the procedure
below to suppress interference.
: Medium
: On
: Auto
: 10
: 600W
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
*: FCV-585
only
Interference from
other sounder
Sounder menu
3. Use S or T to choose Pic. Advance and
press the ENTER key.
Interference
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Sounder and press
the ENTER key.
3. Use S or T to choose Interference and
press the ENTER key.
Pic. Advance
4/1
2/1
1/1
1/2
1/4
1/8
1/16
Stop
Electrical interference
Fast
Interference
Off
Low
Medium
High
Auto
Slow
S / T : Select
[ENTER] : Set
[MENU] : Cancel
S / T : Select
[ENTER] : Set
[MENU] : Cancel
Pic. Advance setting window
4. Use S or T to choose picture advance
speed desired and press the ENTER key.
1/16 is the slowest speed and 4/1 is the
fastest speed. 1/16 means one scan line is
produced every 16 transmissions. Current
picture advance is displayed at the top-right
corner of the screen.
Interference setting window
4. Use S or T to choose the degree of suppression desired and press the ENTER key.
Off: Turn off interference rejector.
Low, Medium, High: High provides the
greatest degree of suppression and Low is
the smallest.
Auto: Interference is suppressed automatically.
Note: Turn off the interference rejector when no
interference exists, so as not to miss echoes
from small fish.
CAUTION
The picture is not refreshed when
picture advancement is stopped.
Maneuvering the vessel in this condition
may result in a dangerous situation.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close the
window.
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1. OPERATION
1.12 Suppressing Low Level
Noise
1.13 Erasing Weak Echoes
Sediment in the water or reflections from
plankton may be painted on the display in low
intensity tones.
Low intensity "speckles" may appear over most
of screen. This is mainly due to sediment in the
water or noise. These can be suppressed by
adjusting Clutter on the menu.
Weak
echoes
Clutter appearance
Appearance of weak echoes
Note: Clutter cannot be adjusted when Fishing
or Cruising is selected on the Auto Gain setting
window.
These weak echoes may be erased by using the
“Color Erase”. This function erases weaker
echoes sequentially to show only strong echoes
and clear up the picture.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Sounder and press
the ENTER key.
3. Use S or T to choose Clutter and press the
ENTER key.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Sounder and press
the ENTER key.
3. Use S or T to choose Color Erase and
press the ENTER key.
Clutter
Color Erase
[ENTER] : Set
[MENU] : Cancel
[ENTER] : Set
[MENU] : Cancel
Clutter setting window
Color Erase setting window
4. Use S or T to choose the degree of suppression desired and press the ENTER key.
The setting range is 0 to 100 % in intervals of
ten. The larger the setting value, the greater
the degree of suppression.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close the
window.
4. Use S or T to choose the color to erase and
press the ENTER key. The setting range is 0
to 50 % in intervals of five. The larger the setting value, the greater the degree of erasion.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close the
window.
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1. OPERATION
1.14 A-Scope Display
G:AF R:A
This display shows echoes at each transmission
with amplitudes and tone proportional to their
intensities, on the right of the screen. It is useful
for estimating the kind of fish school and bottom
composition.
Single
frequency
display
Note: In the dual frequency display, the AScope display is only available with the high frequency display.
T
Sounder
Display
Alarm
Data
System
20
60
59.8
m
1/1
A-Scope display
Strong echo
(bottom)
Display
A-Scope
Depth Size
Zoom Marker
Temp Graph
Window Size
Battery
Color Bar
Palette
Colors
Header Info
Nav Data1
Nav Data2
Fish Info
Fish Symbols
W
40
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Display and press the
ENTER key.
Menu
50k
0
0.0
80
Weak echo
(small fish
school or
noise)
School fish
Past amplitude
pictures are
displayed with
dots with Peak
mode.
A-Scope display
: Off
: Small
: Off
: Off
Note: To turn off the A-Scope display, choose
Off at step 4 and then press the ENTER key.
1.15 Fish Information
: Off
: On
: White
: 64
: On
:
:
: Off
: Off
You can turn the fish symbol indication (Solid or
Striped) on or off. Also, you can show or hide
the fish level and the depth value. For details
about the Fish Symbols, see the information
which follows the procedures in this section.
Note: The fish level found by this sounder is
intended for reference purposes; it is not an
accurate measurement of fish length.
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
Fish Symbols
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Display and press the
ENTER key.
3. Use S or T to choose Fish Symbols and
press the ENTER key.
Display menu
3. Use S or T to choose A-Scope and press
the ENTER key.
Off
Normal
Peak
Off
Solid
Striped
A-Scope setting box
Fish Symbols setting box
4. Use S or T to choose Solid or Striped and
press the ENTER key.
The level of fish symbol depends on the fish
size.
Symbol size, level
Solid
Striped
4. Use S or T to choose the A-Scope presentation type desired and press the ENTER
key.
Normal: Display shows echoes at each
transmission with amplitudes and tone proportional to their intensities.
Peak: “Normal” A-Scope display plus peakhold amplitude picture for last five seconds in
dots.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close the
window.
Large fish symbol
(more than 50),
[more than 20]
Small fish symbol
(10 to 49), [4 to 19]
( ): Level range for meter unit
[ ]: Level range for feet unit
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1. OPERATION
Note: To hide the fish symbol, choose Off at
step 4 and press the ENTER key.
Note: When selecting Off on Fish Symbols
menu, only level or depth is displayed.
Consideration for fish information
• The 600 W transducers which offer level
calculation are 520-5PSD, 520-5MSD, 5255PWD, 525ST-MSD and 525ST-PWD.
• For 1 kW transducer, the integrated type
50/200-1T is recommended to display the
fish symbol and the fish level. When using
both 50B-6 and 200B-5S, they should be
installed in close proximity to each other.
• Echo intensity depends on fish specie.
When the fish level differs between the indicated value and the fish caught, you can
compensate it on the Calib menu (see section 2.6).
• When Fish Symbols or Fish Info are
enabled, 50 kHz and 200 kHz beams are
transmitted alternately even if a single frequency mode is in use.
• To reduce error the detection area should
be 2 to 100 meters from the surface.
• With the inside-hull transducer, signal
attenuation is different between 50 kHz and
200 kHz. Therefore, a fish may not be
detected or the fish level indicated may be
smaller than actual level.
• In case of a fish school, echoes overlap one
another, so the margin of error will be
greater.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close the
window.
1.16 Alarms
5. Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close the
window.
Fish Info
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Display and press the
ENTER key.
3. UseS or T to choose Fish Info and press
the ENTER key.
Off
Level
Depth
Fish Info setting box
4. Use S or T to choose Level or Depth and
press the ENTER key.
Level or depth is displayed in red.
15
60
15
60
Solid
Solid
Striped
Striped
(Large
(Small
(Small
(Large
fish symbol) fish symbol) fish symbol) fish symbol)
Level and Depth fish symbols
The FCV-620/585 have six conditions which
generate both audio and visual alarms: bottom
alarm, normal fish alarm, bottom lock fish alarm,
water temperature alarm, speed alarm and
arrival alarm. (The water temperature, speed
and arrival alarms require appropriate sensors.)
To silence the buzzer press any key.
Principle of fish level
Returning echoes at the center of the transducer beam are used in fish level calculation.
Fish for level calculation are taken from the 200
kHz beam and their level is calculated from their
strengh found with the 50 kHz beam. In the
example below, only the fish at the center of the
figure is used for level calculation.
Bottom alarm: The bottom alarm alerts you
when the bottom displayed in red or reddish
brown echo is within the alarm range set. To
activate the bottom alarm the depth must be displayed.
50 kHz
Fish (normal) alarm: The fish (normal) alarm
tells you when an echo above a certain strength
(selectable) are within the preset alarm range.
See page 13 for alarm level setting.
200 kHz
Fish (bottom lock) alarm: The fish (bottom
lock) alarm sounds when fish are within a certain distance from the bottom. Note that the
bottom lock display must be turned on to use
this alarm.
Principle
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1. OPERATION
4. Use S or T to choose alarm type:
Off: Alarm off
On: Alarm on
Inside: Alarm generated when speed, water
temperature or arrival distance is within the
range set.
Outside: Alarm generated when speed,
water temperature or arrival distance is outside the range set.
5. Press the ENTER key.
For Arrival Alarm, go to step 8.
6. Use T to choose From and press the
ENTER key.
Water temperature alarm: The water temperature alarm alerts you when the water temperature is within (inside alarm) the alarm range set
or under/over (outside alarm) the range set.
Speed alarm: The speed alarm alerts you when
the speed is within (inside alarm) or under/over
(outside alarm) the preset speed.
Arrival alarm: The “Inside” arrival alarm alerts
you when you approach to the destination waypoint by the distance set. Alternatively, the “Outside” arrival alarm alerts when you go away
from the preset range from a certain position.
From
Activating an alarm
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Alarm and press the
ENTER key.
(0∼2500ft)
[ENTER] : Set
[MENU] : Cancel
Alarm
S
Depth setting window
(20.0∼110.0°F)
(0.0∼99.0kt)
Temperature
Speed
Temperature, Speed setting box
Menu
location
indicator
7. Use S or T to set starting depth, temperature or speed as appropriate and press the
ENTER key. For Bottom and Fish (Normal),
the starting depth is the range from the transducer, and for Fish (B/L), from the bottom.
S
Bottom
: Off
From
:
0ft
: 10ft
Span
Fish (Normal) : Off
From
:
0ft
Span
: 10ft
: Off
Fish (B/L)
(Only at B/L mode)
From
: 0.0ft
Span
: 1.0ft
Fish Level
: Medium
Temperature : Off
: 65.0°F
From
Span
: 1.0°F
Speed
: Off
From
: 0.0kt
Alarm icon*
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
Alarm range
Starting
point
Alarm menu
3. Use S or T to choose an alarm desired and
press the ENTER key.
Off
On
Off
Inside
Outside
Fish and
Bottom Alarm
Temp, Speed and
Arrival Alarm
Alarm range marker
z Bottom alarm, Fish alarm (normal): Right
z Fish alarm (B/L): Center
* Alarm icon
(Appropriate icon
appears to show
which alarm has
been violated.)
Alarm options
: Bottom alarm
: Fish alarm (normal)
: Fish alarm (B/L)
: Temperature alarm (°F)
: Speed alarm
: Arrival alarm
How the alarm works
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1. OPERATION
8. Use T to choose Span (or Radius for Arrival)
and press the ENTER key.
9. Use S or T to set the range of depth, temperature, speed or distance as appropriate.
To shorten the alarm range marker use T,
and to lengthen use S.
10.For the bottom alarm, temperature alarm,
speed alarm or arrival alarm, press the
ENTER key to finish, and then go to step 13.
For a fish alarm, press the ENTER key and
go to step 11.
11.Use T to choose Fish Level and press the
ENTER key.
1.18 Waypoints
Waypoints may be used to:
• Record the position of an important echo as
waypoint. 20 points may be registered.
• Output a waypoint position to a plotter to
mark position on its screen.
• Find range, bearing and time-to-go to a
location (waypoint).
Note: Requires latitude and longitude position
from a navigator.
Weak
Medium
Strong
1.18.1 Registering a waypoint
Registering a waypoint on the screen
Fish Level setting box
1. Press the MARK key.
The cursor appears along with waypoint
entry instructions. To enter a waypoint to the
current own ship's position, go to step 3.
12.Use S or T to choose the echo strength
level which will trigger a fish alarm and press
the ENTER key.
Weak: Light-blue or stronger echoes
Medium: Yellow or stronger echoes
Strong: Red and reddish brown echoes
13.Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close the
window.
Depth and temperature of cursor position
45.0m
50.0°F
0
S / T / W / X : Move
cursor
[ENTER] / [MARK] : Set
[MENU]
: Cancel
Note1: To disable an alarm, choose Off at step
4 in the above procedure.
20
Note2: The audio and visual alarms are
released against the last-violated alarm when
multiple alarms are active.
Cursor
40
1.17 FUNC Key
The FUNC key provides for instant display of a
user-defined options window chosen with
FUNC Key on the Key menu. Nine items are
available: Pic. Advance (default), Shift, Interference, Clutter, Color Erase, White Line, White
Marker, WPT List and Bottom Area. For details
about registration, see section 2.2. Use the
FUNC key as follows.
60
49.6 m
80
Cursor
Note: If there is no position data the message
"No position data!" appears. Check the navigator.
1. Press the FUNC key to open the setting
window registered; for example, Pic.
Advance setting window.
2. Use FUNC key, S or T to adjust the setting
and press the ENTER key.
2. Press the TrackPad to set the cursor where
desired.
Picture advancement is stopped until step 3
is completed, and the instruction window is
integrated into the nav display.
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1. OPERATION
3. Press the MARK or ENTER key to register
the position set at step 2.
A red vertical line appears on the position set
at step 2. The waypoint is named automatically with the next sequential waypoint
number. If you want to change waypoint
name, go to step 4. Otherwise, go to step 6.
Data
Go to WPT
WPT List
Nav Display1
Nav Display2
Bearing
Wind Spd/Dir
Trip Source
Temp Source
Speed Source
Trip Reset
Odo Reset
New Waypoint
Name : 01
Lat
: 34°22.796'N
Lon : 136°07.264'E
Erase?
S / T : Select
[ENTER] : Enter
[MENU] : Quit
: Off
: Off
: Off
: True
: True
: Own
: Own
: Own
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
Waypoint setting window
Data menu
Note1: When TLL or FURUNO-TLL is selected
at TLL Output on the NMEA menu of the System
menu, the latitude and longitude position at the
cursor position is output to the navigator.
3. Use S or T to choose WPT List and press
the ENTER key.
WPT List
Note2: If you attempt to enter 21st waypoint, the
message "Already entered 20 waypoints. No
more waypoint can be entered." appears. In this
case, erase an unwanted waypoint to enable
entry. See paragraph 1.18.3 for details.
S
01
4. Press the ENTER key to to open the waypoint name entry box.
S
01
T
Waypoint name entry box
S
S / T : Select
[ENTER] : Enter
[MENU] : Quit
5. Enter the waypoint name (Max. 8 characters).
a) Use S or T to set character. When
pressing S, character order is 0 → 1 → ...
→ 9 → - → A → ... → Z → _ → 0 → ....
When pressing T, character order is
reverse.
b) Use X to shift cursor.
c) Repeat step a) and b) to set the name
desired and press the ENTER key.
6. Press the MENU/ESC key to close the
window.
WPT List window
4. Use S or T to choose an empty waypoint
and press the ENTER key.
The Waypoint setting window appears. Lat
and Lon indicate the current position.
5. Use S or T to choose item desired and
press the ENTER key.
The character setting box is shown.
S
S
34°22.796'N
02
S
For L/L
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Data and press the
ENTER key.
S
Registering a waypoint by L/L
For waypoint name
6. Enter latitude and longitude, similar to how
you entered the waypoint name.
7. Press the MENU/ESC key four times to close
the window.
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1. OPERATION
1.19 Setting Up Nav Data
Displays
1.18.2 Editing a registered waypoint
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Data and press the
ENTER key.
3. Use S or T to choose WPT List and press
the ENTER key.
4. Use S or T to choose a waypoint to be
edited and press the ENTER key.
The Edit Waypoint window is shown.
5. Use S or T to choose item desired and
press the ENTER key.
6. Edit latitude and longitude, similar to how
you entered the waypoint name.
7. Press the MENU/ESC key four times to close
the window.
The user may arrange the nav data displays as
desired.
1.19.1 Nav data displays
1. Rotate the MODE knob to choose NAV1 or
NAV2.
S/T :
W/X :
[ENTER] :
[MENU] :
Window Selection
Data Selection
Set
Cancel
Nav Data setting window
Note: The setting window disappears if there is
no operation for five seconds. In this case press
the TrackPad to re-display the window.
1.18.3 Erasing waypoint
To erase a waypoint do the following:
2. Use S or T to choose a data display
window desired.
3. Use W or X to choose item to display.
Items displayable depend on the screen division.
1. Do steps 1 through 4 in 1.18.2.
2. Use T to choose the Erase? and press the
ENTER key.
3. Use S to choose Yes and press the ENTER
key.
4. Press the MENU/ESC key three times to
close the window.
(1)
(2)
Two-data
display
1.18.4 Setting destination waypoint
Set a destination waypoint to find range, bearing
and time-to-go to that point. Range, bearing
and time-to-go (to the waypoint) are shown on
the nav data display. See next section for
details.
(3)
(4)
(5)
Three-data
display
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Four-data
display
Items displayable in (1) - (3): speed (STW)*,
wind speed and direction*, destination
waypoint data*, compass*, heading*, depth,
position, course, range and bearing,
trip meter, odometer, water temperature,
air pressure, time-to-go to destination
waypoint, XTE*, speed (SOG)*
Items displayable in (4) - (9): depth, position,
speed (SOG), speed (STW), course,
range and bearing, trip meter, odometer,
water temperature, heading, wind speed,
wind direction, air pressure, time-to-go to
destination waypoint, XTE
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Data and press the
ENTER key.
3. Use S or T to choose Go to WPT and press
the ENTER key.
4. Use S or T to choose a destination waypoint and press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close the
window.
* = Graphic display
4. Press the ENTER key.
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1. OPERATION
1.19.2 Screen division
XTE MARINA
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Display and press the
ENTER key.
3. Use S or T to choose Nav Data 1 or Nav
Data 2 and press the ENTER key.
SPEED (SOG)
PORT
0.20nm
27.3nm
XTE
Rng
WIND
SPEED (STW)
True
Nav Data setting box
WPT
COMPASS
MARINA
4. Use S or T to choose screen division
desired and press the ENTER key.
5. Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close the
window.
True
1.20 Menu Items
HEADING
This section describes menu items not previously mentioned. For the System menu, see
chapter 2.
True
SOG: Speed over
ground
STW: Speed relative
to water
Sounder menu
Sounder
Pic. Advance
Zoom Mode
Shift
Bottom Area
Interference
Color Erase
Clutter
White Line
White Marker
TVG
Smoothing
TX Power
TX Rate
Transducer*
Graphic displays
DEPTH
POSITION
SPEED (SOG)
1234ft
23 45.6789N
123°45.6789E
12.3kt
SPEED (STW)
COURSE True**
RNG/BRG***
12.3kt
123.4 1234nm123.4 °
°
°
ODOMETER
TRIP METER
TEMP
1234nm 1234nm 123.4 °F
HEADING True**
WIND SPEED True*
°
123.4 12.3kt
BAROM PRESS
TIME TO GO
WIND DIR. True*
°
123.4 X
: 1/1
: Bottom Lock
:
0ft
: Auto
: 0%
: 0%
: 0%
: Medium
: On
: Auto
: 10
: 600W
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
XTE
1234hPa 12H34M X 0.50nm
*: FCV-585
only (see
section
4.10.)
Sounder menu
* : APP or TRUE, depending
on menu setting.
** : TRUE or MAG depending
on menu setting.
*** : To destination waypoint.
Zoom Mode: Choose the zoom display to show
among bottom lock, bottom zoom and marker
zoom when “zoom” is chosen with the MODE
knob. For details, see page 3 and 4.
Digital displays
Bottom Area: Set the area where to display the
bottom echo when selecting Auto mode on the
RANGE key.
Note: When data is lost 30 sec., the display
shows “- -” at the location where data is lost.
1. Choose Bottom Area in the Sounder menu
and press the ENTER key.
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1. OPERATION
changed to white. That color is also white on
the color bar.
To turn off the white marker, choose Off at step
2.
Bottom Area
W Above Below X
Border (above)
TVG: The fish schools of the same size are displayed in different color between in deep water
and in shallow water because of the feature of
the ultrasonic waves. TVG compensates for
propagation attenuation of the ultrasonic waves.
It does this by equalizing echo presentation so
that fish schools of the same size appear in the
same density in both shallow and deep waters.
The gain is adjusted automatically depending
on the depth. The gain is low at short distance
and getting back with increasing distance. High
provides the greatest degree of gain reduction
against short range echoes. Note that this function is operative when manual is selected on the
GAIN knob.
Bottom area
Border (below)
[ENTER] : Set
[MENU] : Cancel
Bottom Area setting window
2. Use W or X to choose the border desired
(Above or Below).
3. Use S or T to move upper or lower border
and press the ENTER key.
Smoothing: Smoothes echo presentation
when enabled. Adjust the setting when echoes
appear “spotty”.
White Line: Displays the leading edge of the
bottom echo in white. This is useful for discriminating bottom fish from bottom. The setting
range is 0 to 50 % in intervals of five. The larger
the numeric, the wider the white line width.
TX Power: Interference may appear on the
screen when an echo sounder having the same
frequency as your own is being operated in the
vicinity of your vessel. In this case, lower your
TX power and contact the vessel to request
them to reduce their TX power. The higher the
numeric the greater the TX power. The "Auto"
setting automatically adjusts TX power with
depth. Note that this function is only operative
when Fish Info and Fish Symbols in the Display
menu are off. When Fish Info and Fish Symbols
are on, the TX power mode is “Auto”.
White Marker: Displays the chosen echo color
in white.
1. Choose White Marker in the Sounder menu
and press the ENTER key.
White Marker
TX Rate: Changes pulse repetition rate. Normally, the highest rate (10) is used. When in
shallow waters second reflection echoes may
appear between surface and actual bottom
echo. In this case, lower the TX rate level.
The choice "S" means the ship's speed dependent mode, where the TX rate changes automatically with ship's speed. (Requires ship's
speed input.)
Color bar
Choose echo color
to display in white.
Off
S / T : Select
[ENTER] : Set
[MENU] : Cancel
White Marker setting window
2. Use S or T to choose color desired and
press the ENTER key.
For example, move the arrow to the top of
the color bar to display the bottom in white.
The echo color chosen on the color bar is
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1. OPERATION
Window Size: Adjust the display area of the
dual frequency mode or zoom mode. Note that
this function is inoperative with single frequency, nav data mode or A-Scope display.
Display menu
Display
A-Scope
: Off
Depth Size : Small
Zoom Marker : Off
Temp Graph : Off
Window Size
: Off
Battery
: On
Color Bar
Palette
: White
: 64
Colors
Header Info : On
Nav Data1
:
:
Nav Data2
Fish Info
: Off
Fish Symbols : Off
1. Choose Window Size in the Display menu
and press the ENTER key.
G:AF R:A
40
40
60
60
49.6 m 80
80
Window size setting window
2. Use W or X to move the dividing line and
press the ENTER key.
Zoom Marker: Turn the zoom marker on or off
(on the single frequency display) when the
bottom lock display, the bottom zoom display or
the marker zoom display is selected.
Battery: Turn the battery voltage indication
(appears at the top right corner on the screen)
on or off. When on it replaces the picture
advance speed indication.
Temp Graph: Turn the water temperature
graph on or off. The temperature scale range is
16° (°F) in “Narrow”, 32° (°F) in “Wide”.
Requires water temperature data.
50k
W
Color Bar: Turn the color bar on or off.
Palette: Change the background color of the
screen in five colors: white, blue, black, gray
and night.
1/1
0
Colors: Choose the number of colors to use: 8,
16 or 64.
Temperature
20
Graph
Header Info: Turn the data area indication
(appears at the top on the screen) on or off.
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40
40
G:AF R:A
32
24
m
50/200 W 1/1
Data area
60
49.6
20
W / X : Adjust
[ENTER] : Set
[MENU] : Cancel
Depth Size: Choose the font size of the depth
indication (Small, Medium or Large).
Temperature
Scale
0
Dividing line
Display menu
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0.0
20
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
G:AF R:A
50/200 W 1/1
0
80
Temperature graph
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1. OPERATION
Temp Source: Choose source of water temperature input; Off, Own (temperature sensor connected to the FCV-620/585) or NMEA (speed
data from external equipment).
Data menu
This menu mainly sets up how to display data
input by external equipment.
Data
Go to WPT
WPT List
Nav Display1
Nav Display2
Bearing
Wind Spd/Dir
Trip Source
Temp Source
Speed Source
Trip Reset
Odo Reset
Speed Source: Choose source of speed input;
Off, Own (speed sensor connected to the FCV620/585) or NMEA (speed data from external
equipment).
: Off
: Off
: Off
: True
: True
: Own
: Own
: Own
Trip Reset: Choose Yes to reset the trip distance to zero. Beeps are generated while the
trip distance is being reset.
Odo Reset: Choose Yes to reset the odometer
to zero. Beeps are generated while the odometer is being reset.
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
Data menu
Nav Display 1, 2: Data for speed (SOG), speed
(STW), depth, range, bearing, position, wind,
heading, course, barom press, water temperature, time to go, trip meter, odometer or XTE can
be displayed on the left top of the screen.
Appropriate sensor is required to display data
other than depth.
15.5 kt
82.6
Data box
Bearing: Ship's course and heading may be
displayed in true or magnetic bearing. Magnetic
bearing is true bearing plus (or minus) earth's
magnetic deviation. Requires bearing data.
Wind Spd/Dir: Choose the wind speed and
direction reference from true and apparent.
Requires wind sensor.
Apparent: The direction (in relation to ship's
heading) and speed of the wind as it appears
to those on board, relative to the speed and
direction of the boat; combination of the true
wind and the boat's movement.
True: The speed and direction (in relation to
ship's heading) of the wind felt or measured
when stationary.
Trip Source: Choose speed source for the trip
distance indication: Off, Own (speed sensor
connected to the FCV-620/585) or NMEA
(speed data from external equipment).
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2.
2.1
SYSTEM MENU
Displaying System Sub
Menu
Range 1 - Range 8: Set range of each of the
eight ranges (selectable range: 7 to 2,500 ft).
Note that all default ranges are restored
whenever the depth unit is changed. Therefore, change the depth unit before changing
the preset ranges.
The System menu mainly consists of items
which once set do not require frequent adjustment. This menu has nine sub menus. To display each sub menu, do the followings.
Zoom Range: Choose the range to zoom in
the bottom zoom and marker zoom modes.
You may choose a range between 7 and
2,500 feet.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the
menu.
2. Use S or T to choose System.
The list of sub menus appears below
System.
B/L Range: Choose the expansion width for
the bottom lock display from 10 to 30 feet.
Menu
Sounder
Display
Alarm
Data
T System
Range
Key
Lang
Units
NMEA
Calib
Demo
Tests
Reset
2.3
Key
FUNC Key
Key Beep
Refer to
chapter 4.
Key menu
FUNC Key: Register the item for instant display of a user-defined options window. Nine
items are available: Pic Advance (default), Shift,
Interference, Clutter, Color Erase, White Line,
White Marker, WPT List and Bottom Area.
Refer to
chapter 3.
Key Beep: Turn key beep on or off.
Range Menu
2.4
Range
Range 1
Range 2
Range 3
Range 4
Range 5
Range 6
Range 7
Range 8
Zoom Range
B/L Range
: Pic. Advance
: On
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
System menu
2.2
Key Menu
: 15ft
: 30ft
: 60ft
: 120ft
: 200ft
: 400ft
: 600ft
: 1000ft
: 15ft
: 15ft
Lang Menu
Language
Language
: English
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
Lang menu
Language: The system language is available
in English, several European languages and
Japanese. To change language, select language desired and press the ENTER key.
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
Range menu
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2. SYSTEM MENU
2.5
Units Menu
Temp: If the water temperature indication has
error, you can correct it here, when “Own” is
selected as temperature source. For
example, if the water temperature indication is
2° higher than actual water temperature,
enter -2. The setting range is -20.0 to +20.0
°F.
Units
Depth
Temp
Speed
Wind
Distance
: ft
: °F
: kt
: kt
: nm
Speed (STW): If the speed indication has
error, you can correct it here, when “Own” is
selected as speed source. For example, if the
speed indication is 10 % lower than actual
speed, enter +10. The setting range is -50 to
+50 %.
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
Units menu
Depth: Choose unit of depth measurement
from m, ft, fa, pb or HR (Japanese).
Fish Level: Compensate for wrongful indication of fish level (setting range: -80 to +100).
Temp: Choose unit of temperature measurement from °C or °F. Temperature data is
required.
Compensation level
Setting value
Double
+100
1/2
-50
1/3
-65
1/4
-75
1/5
-80
Speed: Choose unit of speed measurement
from kt, km/h or mph. Speed data is required.
Wind: Choose unit of wind speed measurement from kt, km/h, mph or m/s. Wind speed
data is required.
Distance: Choose unit of distance measurement from nm, km or sm.
2.6
Water Type: Choose the water type with
which to use the FCV-620/585, from Salt or
Fresh. Choose correct water type to get accurate depth data.
Calib Menu
Calibration
Draft
Gain ADJ 200
Gain ADJ 50
Temp
Speed (STW)
Fish Level
Water Type
2.7
: + 0.0 ft
:+0
:+0
: + 0.0 °F
: + 0%
:+ 0
: Salt
Demo Menu
Demonstrate
Demonstrate
: Off
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
Demo menu
Demonstrate: The demonstration mode provides, without connection of the transducer,
simulated operation of the equipment, using
internally generated echoes. All controls are
operative. The message “DEMO” appears at
the bottom right corner on the screen when
the demonstrate mode is active.
Off: Turn demo mode off.
Demo1: Shallow depth demonstration
Demo2: Deep depth demonstration
Calib menu
Draft: The default depth display shows the
distance from the transducer. If you would
rather show the distance from the sea surface, set your ship’s draft (setting range: -15.0
to +50.0 ft).
Gain ADJ 200, Gain ADJ 50: If the gain is too
high or too low, or the gain for the low and
high frequencies appears unbalanced, you
can compensate it (setting range: -20 to +20).
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3.
MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
3.3
Marine life on the transducer face will result in
a gradual decrease in sensitivity. Check the
transducer face for cleanliness each time the
boat is dry-docked. Carefully remove any
marine life with a piece of wood or fine-grade
sandpaper.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
3.1
3.4
Regular maintenance is essential for good
performance. Checking the items listed in the
table below monthly will help keep your equipment in good shape for years to come.
Checking
Transducer
cable
Replacing the Fuse
The fuses (Type: FGBO-A 125V 2A, Code
No.: 000-155-849-10) in the power cable protect the system from reverse polarity of the
power supply and equipment fault. If a fuse
blows, find the cause before replacing it.
Using the wrong fuse will damage the unit and
void the warranty.
Maintenance
Item
Transducer Maintenance
WARNING
Action
Use the proper fuse.
Check cable for damage.
Fuse rating is shown on the cable.
Use of a wrong fuse can result in fire and
damage the equipment.
Power cable,
Check that they are tightly
transducer cable fastened. Refasten if necplug
essary.
Display unit
ground
Check for corrosion. Clean
if necessary.
Power supply
voltage
Check voltage. If out of
rating correct problem.
3.5
Battery Voltage Alert
A battery icon appears when the battery
voltage is too high or too low.
Battery icon and meaning
3.2
Cleaning the Display
Unit
Icon
Meaning
Voltage is lower than 10 VDC. If the
voltage goes below 9 V, the equipment is automatically turned off.
Dust or dirt on cabinets may be removed with
a soft, dry cloth. For stubborn dirt, watermoistened cloth may be used.
To clean the display screen, use soft tissue
paper. Wipe carefully to prevent scratching.
Do not use solvents such as thinner, acetone
or benzene to clean unit. They may remove
paint and markings and deform the equipment.
Voltage is higher than 32 VDC. If the
voltage goes higher than 33 V, the
equipment is automatically turned off.
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3. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
3.6
Troubleshooting
3.7
The table below provides basic troubleshooting procedures which the user may
follow to restore normal operation.
If you feel your unit is not working properly,
conduct the diagnostic test to find the
problem. If you cannot restore normal operation, contact your dealer for advice.
Troubleshooting table
If...
neither echo nor
fixed range scale
appears
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Tests under System
and press the ENTER key.
then check...
•
•
•
•
Diagnostics
battery voltage.
fuse.
power supply.
power cable.
Tests
Test
LCD Test
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
no echo appears
• if display advance
but the fixed range
speed is not set to
scale appears
"Stop."
• transducer plug.
• transducer cable.
echo appears but
no zero line
• if range shifting is set
to "0."
sensitivity is low
• gain setting.
• if air bubbles or marine
life is not clinging to
the transducer face.
• if sediments are not
present in the water.
• if the bottom is too soft
to return an echo.
there is extreme
interference or
noise
Tests menu
3. Use S or T to choose Test and press the
ENTER key.
Color Bar
ROM : OK
SDRAM : OK
NMEA :
Water
temperature*,
Speed*
}
Temp : -9.5° F
Speed : 10.0 kt
Power
: 12.4 V
ECHO : 4281
• if the transducer is too
close to the engine.
• if the unit is properly
grounded.
• if other echo sounders
of the same frequency
as own are being operated nearby.
5.0
DUAL
CPU Program No. : 0252346-XX.XX**
FPGA Program No. : 0252348-XX.XX
Push [MENU] 3 times to exit.
Indication of
GAIN knob
Indication of
MODE knob
Battery
Voltage*
For adjustment
at factory
*: Updated every second.
XX: Program version number
**: FCV-620: 0252346-XX.XX
FCV-585: 0252347-XX.XX
Test display
the speed/water
• sensor plug.
temperature
readout is unrealistic or not present
The ROM, SDRAM and NMEA port are
checked, with the results shown as OK or
NG (No Good). For any NG, request service. (A special connector is required to
test the NMEA port. Nothing appears if no
connector is connected.)
the position
• the connection
readout is unrealbetween sounder and
istic or not present
navigator.
4. The ovals and circles at the right side of the
test display are for checking the controls.
Checking key and TrackPad: Press each
key and the arrows on the TrackPad one
by one. A control's corresponding onscreen oval "lights" in red if the control is
normal.
• navigator.
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3. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
Checking GAIN knob: Rotate the knob.
The indication goes higher with clockwise
rotation; lower with counterclockwise rotation. Press the knob. The knob corresponding on-screen circle "lights" in red if
the knob is normal.
Checking MODE knob: Rotate the knob,
and corresponding on-screen circle "lights"
in red and white alternately.
5. To return to the Tests menu, press the
MENU/ESC key three times.
6. Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close the
window.
3.8
5. Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close
the window.
3.9
The memory can be cleared to start afresh
with default menu settings except for language setting.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Reset under System
and press the ENTER key.
Reset
Factory Reset
Test Pattern
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
This feature tests for proper display of LCD.
Note: To review the seven tone screen easily,
set contrast (FCV-620 only) and brilliance to
maximum before starting the test.
Reset menu
3. Confirm Factory Reset is selected and
press the ENTER key.
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the menu.
2. Use S or T to choose Tests under System
and press the ENTER key.
3. Use S or T to choose LCD Test and
press the ENTER key.
4. Press any key except MENU/ESC key to
start the test.
The entire screen changes as below with
each press of any key except MENU/ESC
key. After crosshatch screen, the Tests
menu appears.
Operating
description
White
Black
Yes
No
Reset setting box
4. Use S to choose Yes and press the
ENTER key.
After the memory is cleared, the unit beeps
and the installation menu appears (see page
2).
5. Press the MENU/ESC key twice to close
the window.
[MENU]
: Quit
Other Keys : Next
Red
Green
Blue
Seven tone Seven tone Seven tone
(red)
(green)
(black)
Seven tone
(blue)
Memory Clear
Crosshatch
LCD test pattern
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4.
4.1
INSTALLATION
Display Unit
Note: When loosening the knob to adjust the
angle of the display, do not decline the unit
90-degree backward. The cable connector
may be damaged if it contacts the bracket.
Mounting considerations
The display unit can be installed on a tabletop
or flush mounted in a panel. When choosing a
location keep the following in mind:
6. Attach the hard cover to the display unit.
• The temperature and humidity should be
moderate and stable.
• Locate the unit away from exhaust pipes
and vents.
• The mounting location should be well ventilated.
• Mount the unit where shock and vibration
are minimal.
• For maintenance and checking purposes,
leave sufficient space at the sides and rear
of the unit and leave slack in cables.
• A magnetic compass will be affected if the
display unit is placed too close to it.
Observe the following compass safe distances to prevent disturbance to the magnetic compass:
Standard compass
FCV-620: 0.3 m, FCV-585: 0.5 m
Steering compass
FCV-620: 0.3 m, FCV-585: 0.3 m
Flush mounting in a panel
Note: It is recommended to set up a dedicated breaker when flush mounting the unit,
since it will be difficult to disconnect cables.
1. Using the paper template (supplied), make
a cutout in the mounting location.
2. Loosen four washer head screws on the
rear of the display unit to remove the
bracket cover and the cover sponge (FCV585 only).
Washer head screw
Bracket cover
Cover
sponge
Tabletop mounting
1. Remove the tape from the bottom of the
bracket assembly.
FCV-620
FCV-585
How to remove the bracket cover
Tape
(FCV-620 only)
3. Set the flush mounting sponge (supplied)
to the display unit.
4. Screw four threaded rods (M4x50, supplied) to the display unit.
5. Set the display unit to the cutout.
6. Fasten the display unit from behind with
four sets of flat washer, spring washer and
wing nut (supplied).
Bottom of the bracket
2. Fix the bracket assembly to a tabletop with
four self-tapping screws (5x25, supplied).
3. Loosely screw knob into the bracket
assembly.
4. Set the display unit to the bracket
assembly.
5. Adjust the angle of the display unit and
then tighten the knob to fix the display unit.
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4. INSTALLATION
4.2
Thru-hull Mount
Transducer
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Transducer mounting location
The thru-hull mount transducer (520-5PSD,
520-5MSD) provides the best performance of
all, since the transducer protrudes from the
hull and the effect of air bubbles and turbulence near the hull skin is reduced. When the
boat has a keel, the transducer should be at
least 30 cm away from it. Typical thru-hull
mountings are shown in the figure on the next
page.
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120
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30
Unit: mm
68
The performance of this sounder is directly
related to the mounting location of the transducer, especially for high-speed cruising. The
installation should be planned in advance,
keeping the standard cable length (8 m) and
the following factors in mind:
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520-5PSD
87
520-5MSD
Thru-hull mount transducer mounting
dimensions (millimeters)
Acceptable transducer mounting
locations
• Air bubbles and turbulence caused by
movement of the boat seriously degrade
the sounding capability of the transducer.
The transducer should, therefore, be
located in a position where water flow is the
smoothest. Noise from the propellers also
adversely affects performance and the
transducer should not be mounted nearby.
The lifting strakes are notorious for creating
acoustic noise, and these must be avoided
by keeping the transducer inboard of them.
• The transducer must always remain submerged, even when the boat is rolling,
pitching or up on a plane at high speed.
• A practical choice would be somewhere
between 1/3 and 1/2 of the boat's length
from the stern. For planing hulls, a practical
location is generally rather far astern, so
that the transducer is always in water
regardless of the planing attitude.
DEEP-V HULL
z
z
Position 1/2 to 1/3 of the hull
from stern.
15 to 30 cm off center line
(inside first lifting strakes.)
HIGH SPEED-V HULL
z
z
Within the wetted bottom area
Deadrise angle within 15°
Suitable transducer mounting locations
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4. INSTALLATION
Typical thru-hull mount transducer
installations
Hole for
stuffing tube
BOW
Flat Washer
Upper Half
Rubber Washer
Fairing
Block
Lower Half
Hull
Saw along slope
of hull.
Deep-V Hull
Construction of fairing block
3. Drill a hole just large enough to pass the
threaded stuffing tube of the transducer
through the hull, making sure it is drilled
vertically.
4. Apply a sufficient amount of high quality
caulking compound to the top surface of
the transducer, around the threads of the
stuffing tube and inside the mounting hole
(and fairing blocks if used) to ensure watertight mounting.
5. Mount the transducer and fairing blocks
and tighten the locking nuts. Be sure that
the transducer is properly oriented and its
working face is parallel to the waterline.
Flat Washer
Hull
Rubber
Washer
Cork
Washer
Flat Hull
Typical thru-hull mount transducer
installations
Procedure for installing the thru-hull
mount transducer
Note: Do not over-stress the stuffing tube and
locking nuts through excessive tightening,
since the wood block will swell when the boat
is placed in the water. It is suggested that the
nut be tightened lightly at installation and
retightened several days after the boat has
been launched.
1. With the boat hauled out of the water, mark
the location chosen for mounting the transducer on the bottom of the hull.
2. If the hull is not level within 15° in any
direction, fairing blocks made out of teak
should be used between the transducer
and hull, both inside and outside, to keep
the transducer face parallel with the water
line. Fabricate the fairing block as shown
below and make the entire surface as
smooth as possible to provide an undisturbed flow of water around the transducer.
The fairing block should be smaller than
the transducer itself to provide a channel to
divert turbulent water around the sides of
the transducer rather than over its face.
Transducer preparation
Before putting the boat in water, wipe the face
of the transducer thoroughly with a detergent
liquid soap. This will lessen the time necessary for the transducer to have good contact
with the water. Otherwise the time required for
complete "saturation" will be lengthened and
performance will be reduced.
DO NOT paint the transducer. Performance
will be affected.
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4. INSTALLATION
4.3
Transom Mount
Transducer
5x20
The transom mount transducer is very commonly employed, usually on relatively small I/
O or outboard boats. Do not use this method
on an inboard motor boat because turbulence
is created by the propeller ahead of the transducer.
DO NOT overtighten screws. They may be
damaged.
5x20
No.1 M5x14
525-5PWD
Choose the installation method depending on
the rise angle of the hull.
Parallel with hull
Transom
5°
less than 10°
Tape
Mount at the stripe.
Transom
Stripe
Transom mount transducer, mounting flush
with hull
over 10°
Bracket
525-5PWD mounting locations
Installing the 525-5PWD
Transducer
Hull
A suitable mounting location is at least 50 cm
away from the engine and where the water
flow is smooth.
2 to 5°
Epoxy material
1. Drill four pilot holes for self-tapping screw
(5x20) in the mounting location.
2. Attach the transducer to the mounting location with self-tapping screws.
3. Adjust the transducer position so the transducer faces right to the bottom.
If necessary, to improve water flow and
minimize air bubbles staying on the transducer face, incline the transducer about 5°
at the rear. This may require a certain
amount of experimentation for fine tuning
at high cruising speeds.
4. Fill the gap between the wedge front of the
transducer and transom with epoxy material to eliminate any air spaces.
525-5PWD, mounting
4.4
Inside-hull Transducer
The thru-hull mount transducer (520-5PSD,
520-5MSD) may also be installed inside the
hull, following the procedure below.
Necessary tools
You will need the following tools:
• Sandpaper (#100)
• Silicone sealant
• Silicone grease
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4. INSTALLATION
Remarks on installation
• Turn off the engine and anchor the boat
while installing the equipment.
• Install the transducer in the engine room.
• Except for installing the transducer to the
bottom of hull, do not turn on its power so it
may be damaged.
Transducer
Silicone
Sealant
Choosing the mounting location
• The mounting location should be where the
hull is of single-hull thickness and is void of
air or flotation materials other than solid
fiberglass between the transducer face and
the water.
• The mounting location is between 15 to 50
cm from the centerline of the hull.
• Do not place the transducer over hull struts
or ribs which run under the hull.
• Avoid a location where the rising angle of
the hull exceeds 15°, to minimize the effect
of the boat's rolling.
• You will finalize the mounting location
through some trial and error. The procedure for this is shown later.
Centerline
Coating transducer face with silicone sealant
4. Press the transducer firmly down on the
hull and gently twist it back and forth to
remove any air which may be trapped in
the silicone sealant.
Hull
Checking the installation
1/2
1. Connect the battery to the display unit.
2. Turn on the display unit.
3. Rotate the MODE knob to choose single
frequency (LF: 50 kHz or HF: 200 kHz).
4. Press the GAIN knob to open the Auto
Gain setting window.
5. Press the GAIN knob to choose Off and
press the ENTER key.
6. Rotate the GAIN knob to set the gain to "5".
7. Press the RANGE key to open the Range
setting window.
8. Use X to choose Manual.
9. Press the RANGE key continuously to set
the range to 10 meters (feet) and press the
ENTER key.
10.If the bottom is displayed in reddish brown
and the depth indication appears, the
mounting location is suitable. Go to "Final
preparation."
11.If the bottom is not displayed in reddish
brown, the mounting location may be
unsuitable. Do the following:
1/3
50 cm
50 cm
15 cm
15 cm
Silicone
Sealant
Transducer
mounting
location
Inside-hull transducer mounting location
Attaching the transducer
1. Clean the transducer face to remove any
foreign material. Lightly roughen the transducer face with #100 sandpaper. Also,
roughen the inside of the hull where the
transducer is to be mounted.
2. Clean the transducer face again to remove
scourings.
3. Warm the silicone sealant to 40°C before
usage to soften it. Coat the transducer face
and mounting location with silicone
sealant.
a)Press the
power.
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/BRILL key to turn off the
4. INSTALLATION
b)Gently dismount the transducer with a
knife or a piece of wood.
c)Reattach the transducer elsewhere as
shown in "Attaching the transducer."
d)Check the installation again.
Pre-test for speed and temperature
Connect the sensor to the instrument and spin
the paddlewheel. Check for a speed reading
and the approximate air temperature. If there
is no reading, return the sensor to your place
of purchase.
Final preparation
Tools and materials needed
Support the transducer with a piece of wood
to keep it in place while it is drying. Let the
transducer dry 24-72 hours.
Scissors
Masking tape
Safety goggles
Dust mask
Electric drill
Drill bit for:
Bracket holes: 4mm, #23, or 9/64"
Fiberglass hull: chamfer bit (preferred),
6mm, or 1/4"
Transom hole: 19mm or 3/4" (optional)
Cable clamp holes: 3mm or 1/8"
Screwdrivers
Straight edge
Marine sealant
Pencil
Zip-ties
Water-based antifouling paint (mandatory in
salt water).
4.5
Triducer
DO NOT overtighten screws. They may be
damaged.
525ST-MSD
The triducer 525ST-MSD is designed for thruhull mounting. For how to install this triducer
see paragraph 4.2.
φ79 mm
Mounting location
To ensure the best performance, the sensor
must be submerged in aeration-free and turbulence-free water. Mount the sensor close to
the centerline of the boat. On slower heavier
displacement hulls, positioning it farther from
the centerline is acceptable.
133 mm
2.00"-12 UN
threads
φ51 mm
27 mm
Allow adequate space above the bracket for it
to release and rotate the sensor upward.
7 mm
Height without
speed sensor
191mm (7-1/2")
140 mm
Height with
speed sensor
213mm (8-1/2")
Unit: mm
Height
Triducer 525ST-MSD
Height required at mounting location
Note 1: Do not mount the sensor in an area of
turbulence or bubbles: near water intake or
discharge openings; behind strakes, struts,
fittings, or hull irregularities; behind eroding
paint (an indication of turbulence).
525ST-PWD
The transom mount triducer with integral
release bracket 525ST-PWD is manufactured
by AIRMAR Co. These instructions are also
included with the sensor.
Note 2: Avoid mounting the sensor where the
boat may be supported during trailering,
launching, hauling, and storage.
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4. INSTALLATION
Other angles: The shim is required. Skip to
step 2 of "Adjusting".
If you do not know the transom angle, temporarily attach the bracket and sensor to
the transom to determine if the plastic shim
is needed.
5. Using the three #10 x 1-1/4" self-tapping
screws, temporarily screw the bracket to
the hull. DO NOT tighten the screws completely at this time. Follow the step 1-4 in
"Attaching the sensor to the bracket",
before proceeding with "Adjusting".
Note 3: For single drive boat, mount on the
starboard side at least 75 mm (3") beyond the
swing radius of the propeller.
75 mm (3")
minimum beyond
swing radius
Adjusting
Mounting location on single drive boat
1. Using a straight edge, sight the underside
of the sensor relative to the underside of
the hull. The stern of the sensor should be
1-3 mm (1/16-1/8") below the bow of the
sensor or parallel to the bottom of the hull.
Note 4: For twin drive boat, mount between
the drives.
Installation of bracket
1. Cut out the installation template (enclosed
with transducer) along the dotted line.
2. At the selected location, position the template, so the arrow at the bottom is aligned
with the bottom edge of the transom. Being
sure the template is parallel to the waterline, tape it in place.
Note: Do not position the bow of the sensor
lower than the stern because aeration will
occur.
2. To adjust the sensor's angle relative to the
hull, use the tapered plastic shim provided.
If the bracket has been temporarily fastened to the transom, remove it. Key the
shim in place on the back of the bracket.
2°-10° transom angle (stepped transom
and jet boats): Position the shim with the
tapered end down.
19°-22° transom angle (small aluminum
and fiberglass boats): Position the shim
with the tapered end up.
Align template vertically.
Deadrise angle
Slope of hull
parallel to
waterline
Align template arrow with
bottom edge of transom.
Positioning the template
2°-10° 11° transom angle
transom
NO SHIM
angle
Warning: Always wear safety goggles and a
dust mask.
3. Using a 4 mm, #23, or 9/64" bit, drill three
holes 22 mm (7/8") deep at the locations
indicated. To prevent drilling too deeply,
wrap masking tape around the bit 22 mm
(7/8") from the point.
Fiberglass hull: Minimize surface
cracking by chamfering the gelcoat. If a
chamfer bit or countersink bit is not available, start drilling with a 6mm or 1/4" bit to
a depth of 1 mm (1/16").
4. If you know your transom angle, the
bracket is designed for a standard 13°
transom angle.
11°-18° angle: No shim is required. Skip to
step 3 in "Adjusting".
19°-22°
transom
angle
shim with
taper up
shim with
taper down
YES
YES
YES
parallel
parallel
parallel
12°-18° transom angle
NO SHIM
YES
NO
angle
reversed
slight
angle
NO
angle
too steep
Sensor position and transom angle
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4. INSTALLATION
2. Insert the sensor's pivot arms into the slots
near the top of the bracket.
3. Maintain pressure until the pivot arms click
into place.
4. Rotate the sensor downward until the
bottom snaps into the bracket.
5. Close the retaining cover to prevent the
accidental release of the sensor when the
boat is underway.
3. If the bracket has been temporarily fastened to the transom, remove it. Apply a
marine sealant to the threads of the three
#10 x 1-1/4" self tapping screws to prevent
water seeping into the transom. Screw the
bracket to the hull. Do not tighten the
screws completely at this time.
4. Repeat step 1 to ensure that the angle of
the sensor is correct.
Note: Do not position the sensor farther into
the water than necessary to avoid increasing
drag, spray, and water noise and reducing
boat speed.
Cable routing
Route the sensor cable over the transom,
through a drain hole, or thorough a new hole
drilled in the transom above the waterline.
5. Using the vertical adjustment space on the
bracket slots, slide the sensor up or down
to provide a projection of 3 mm (1/8”).
Tighten the screws.
Never cut the cable or remote the connector;
this will void the warranty. Always wear safety
goggles and a dust mask.
1. If a hole must be drilled, choose a location
well above the waterline. Check for
obstructions such as trim tabs, pumps, or
wiring inside the hull. Mark the location
with a pencil. Drill a hole through the transom using a 19 mm or 3/4" bit (to accommodate the connector).
2. Route the cable over or through the
transom.
3. On the outside of the hull secure the cable
against the transom using the cable
clamps. Position a cable clamp 50 mm (2")
above the bracket and mark the mounting
hole with a pencil.
4. Position the second cable clamp halfway
between the first clamp and the cable hole.
Mark this mounting hole.
5. If a hole has been drilled in the transom,
open the appropriate slot in the transom
cable cover. Position the cover over the
cable where it enters the hull. Mark the two
mounting holes.
6. At each of the marked locations, use a 3
mm or 1/8" bit to drill a hole 10 mm (3/8")
deep. The prevent drilling too deeply, wrap
masking tape around the bit 10 mm (3/8")
from the point.
7. Apply marine sealant to the threads of the
#6 x 1/2" self-tapping screw to prevent
water from seeping into the transom. If you
have drilled a hole through the transom,
apply marine sealant to the space around
the cable where it passes through the
transom.
Cable cover
Cable
clamp
50 mm (2")
Hull projection 3 mm (1/8")
Vertical adjustment and cable routing
Attaching the sensor to the bracket
1. If the retaining cover near the top of the
bracket is closed, open it by depressing the
latch and rotating the cover downward.
Step 1
Step 2
Latch
Pivot
arm (2)
Retaining
cover
Step 3
Slot (2)
Step 4
Attaching the sensor to the bracket
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4. INSTALLATION
8. Position the two cable clamps and fasten
them in place. If used, push the cable
cover over the cable and screw it in place.
9. Route the cable to the instrument being
careful not to tear the cable jacket when
passing it though the bulkhead(s) and
other parts of the boat. To reduce electrical
interference, separate the sensor cable
from other electrical wiring and "noise"
sources. Coil any excess cable and secure
it in place with zip-ties to prevent damage.
4.6
Locknut
Face "notch"
toward bow.
51
Flange Nut
Optional Water
Temperature/Speed
Sensor
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Coat with
silicone sealant. Brim
φ77
Water temperature/speed sensor ST-02MSB
and ST-02PSB, which are designed for thruhull mounting, are optionally available. Install
them as shown below.
Water temperature/speed sensor
ST-02MSB, ST-02PSB
Mounting considerations
4.7
Choose a suitable mounting location considering the following:
• Choose a place free from vibration.
• Choose a mid-boat flat position. The sensor
does not have to be installed perfectly perpendicular. The sensor must not be damaged in dry-docking operation.
• Choose a place apart from equipment generating heat.
• Choose a place in the forward direction
viewing from the drain hole, to allow for circulation of cooling water.
Optional Water
Temperature Sensor
Transom mount water temperature
sensor T-02MTB
• Fix the cable at a convenient location on the
transom with the cable clamp.
• When the cable is led through the transom
board, make a hole of approx. 17 mm in
diameter to pass the connector. After
passing the cable, seal the hole with a
sealing compound.
1. Dry-dock the boat.
2. Make a hole of approx. 51 mm diameter in
the mounting location.
3. Unfasten locknut and remove the sensor
section.
4. Apply high-grade sealant to the flange of
the sensor.
5. Pass the sensor casing through the hole.
6. Face the notch on the sensor toward boat's
bow and tighten the flange.
7. Set the sensor section to the sensor casing
and tighten the locknut.
8. Launch the boat and check for water
leakage around the sensor.
D>50 cm
D
5x20
Flush with hull bottom.
How to mount transom mount water
temperature sensor T-02MTB
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4. INSTALLATION
3. Set the sensor holder to the holder guide
from inside the boat and then tighten the
locknut.
4. Launch the boat to check for water leakage
around the sensor.
Thru-hull mount water temperature
sensor T-02MSB, T-03MSB
• Select a suitable mounting location considering the following points:
• Select a mid boat flat position. The sensor
does not have to be installed perfectly perpendicular; however, the location should
not be such that the transducer may be
damaged when the boat is dry-docked.
• Locate away from equipment which gives
off heat.
• Locate away from drain pipes.
• Select a location where vibration is minimal.
Sensor Holder
Locknut
Locknut
Washer
Gasket
φ25 mm
Procedure for mounting T-02MSB
1. Drill a hole of 21 mm in diameter in the
mounting location.
2. Pass the sensor cable through the hole.
3. Pass gasket, washer and locknut onto
cable in that order.
4. Coat the sensor flange with high quality
sealant and then fasten the sensor with the
locknut. (Torque: max. 59N . m)
5. Launch the boat to check for water leakage
around the sensor.
Coat with
sealant.
Holder Guide
Plate thickness within
25 mm
Mounting T-03MSB
4.8
Wiring
Connect the power/data cable assy KON004-02M (2 m, supplied) to the 12-24 VDC/
NMEA port, and the transducer cable to the
XDR port. Refer to the interconnection diagram to connect cables. Leave slack in cables
to facilitate checking and maintenance.
Sensor
cable
Locknut
Washer
Gasket
Note1: Attach the MJ cable cap (supplied) to
the transducer cable to protect the connector
when the display unit is removed.
φ21 mm
Note2: Cut unused cores and tape them.
Coat with
sealant.
Note3: Connector of cable edge breaks
easily. Be careful when connecting or disconnecting the connector.
Mounting T-02MSB
Note4: The fuse holder contains a spring
which fixes the fuse. To prevent detachment
of the spring, which would cause loss of
power, tie the line as shown on the next page.
Procedure for mounting T-03MSB
1. Drill a hole of 25 mm in diameter in the
mounting location.
2. Coat holder guide with high quality sealant,
and pass gasket, washer and locknut onto
holder guide in that order and then tighten
the locknut.
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4. INSTALLATION
Fuse holder
Power supply lines
(red and black)
8
1
7
9
2
6
10
3
4
5
Cable tie
How to fix fuse holders
Pin assignment (front view)
Establishing the ground
Water temp/speed sensor
The ground wire (1.25 sq or more, local
supply) should be as short as possible. The
signal line ground is isolated from the chassis
ground, however the power line is not insulated. Therefore, when connecting eternal
equipment having positive ground, do not
ground the signal line to the chassis. If excessive noise shows on the screen, the ground
may be inadequate. In this case, attach a
steel plate measuring 20 cm by 30 cm on the
outside of the hull to provide a ground point.
Connect the ground wire there. Use a
"closed" type lug (
) to make the connection at the display unit. Do not use an "open"
type lug (
).
Connect the optional water temp/speed
sensor to the XDR port with the optional conversion cable (Type 02S4147) as shown
below.
Connect to XDR port
at rear of display unit
MJ-A10SPF
MJ-A6SRMD
Optional equipment
Power connector
The power supply port is commonly used for
connection of external equipment such as a
GPS receiver or wind indicator. Refer to the
interconnection diagram to connect cables.
Connector
Color
Remarks
IEC61162-1/
NMEA0183
1
TD-A
WHT
2
TD-B
BLU
3
RD-A
YEL
4
RD-B
GRN
5
TEMP-IN
BRN
6
TEMP-IN-0V
ORG
7
DC-P-IN
RED
8
DC-N-IN
9
NC
BLK
From
sensor
SHIELD
Tape connectors with
vulcanizing tape
and then vinyl tape
to waterproof them.
Bind tape ends with
cable ties to prevent
tape from unraveling.
From
transducer
Connection of conversion cable 02S4147
Optional transducer
The optional matching box (Type: MB-1100,
Code No.: 000-041-353) is required to connect the optional transducers 50B-6, 50B-6B,
200B-5S, 50/200-1T.
IEC61162-1/
NMEA0183
Temperature
analog input
Jumper block setting
J2: No output reduction (default)
J1: Output reduction
Power input
12-24 VDC
02P6348
50kHz
Transducer
50B-6/6B
J2
SHIELD
BLK
RED
-
200kHz
BLK
RED
200B-5S
10
MJ-A10SRMD
J1
Green
(shield)
TB2
1
TB1
2
3
3
2
4
1
5
Detach grommet;
attach cord lock.
BLK
WHT
Connect 10P
connector to
XDR port on
rear of
display unit.
Matching box MB-1100, cover removed
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4. INSTALLATION
Input data sentences (con’t)
Matching box MB-1100
Part
Type
Code No.
Qty
Matching
Box*
MB-1100
000-041-000
1
Crimp-on
Lug
FV1.25-3,
red
000-538-113
6
000-516-650
1
Cord Lock** NC-1
*: With 10P connector cable
**: For connecting two transducers
Fabricating the transducer cable
Fabricate the transducer cable as below and
connect it to the matching box.
Crimp-on Lug
FV1.25-3, Red
Shield
Taping Shrink Tubing
How to fabricate the transducer cable
IEC 61162-1 Data
Sentences
The table below shows the data sentences
which can be input to and output from the
FCV-620/585. The transmission speed for
both input and output is 4,800 bps. Data is
transducer cableoutput at two-second intervals.
Bearing and distance to waypoint.
GGA
Global positioning system (GPS)
fix data.
GLL
Geographic position - latitude/longitude.
HDG
Heading, deviation and variation.
HDT
Heading, true.
MDA
Atmospheric pressure.
MTW
Water temperature.
Recommended minimum specific
LORAN-C data.
RMB
Recommended minimum navigation information.
RMC
Recommended minimum specific
GPS/TRANSIT data.
VHW
Water speed and heading.
VTG
Course over ground and ground
speed.
XTE
Cross track error.
Sentence
Meaning
BWC
RMA
Output data sentences
Input data sentences
Sentence
Wind speed and angle.
Order of priority
Latitude/Longitude: GGA>RMC>RMA>GLL
Course (true): VTG>RMC>RMA
Course (magnetic): VTG
Ground speed: VTG>RMC>RMA
Water speed: VHW
Distance to waypoint: BWC>RMB
Bearing to waypoint (true): BWC>RMB
Bearing to waypoint (magnetic): BWC
Heading (true): HDT>VHW
Heading (magnetic): HDG>VHW
Cross track error: XTE>RMB
Atmospheric pressure: MDA
Water temperature: MTW
Wind speed and angle (true/apparent): MWV
Vinyl Sheath
4.9
MWV
Meaning
DBT (Ver. 1.5)
Depth below transducer
DPT (Ver. 2.0,
Ver. 3.0)
Depth
MTW*
Water temperature
VHW*
Water speed and heading
TLL*
Target position, output by
MARK key.
*= Available with connection of optional sensors/navaid
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4. INSTALLATION
4.10 Adjustments after
Installation
WAAS Setup
Choose how to use the WAAS signal when
connecting with a WAAS receiver, for
example GP-320B. The message types
(WAAS-00 to WAAS-27) are used as WAAS
correction. Choose WAAS-00 to enable
WAAS.
NMEA
1. Press the MENU/ESC key to open the
menu.
2. Use S or T to choose NMEA under System
menu and press the ENTER key.
Note: Currently, WAAS is only available in
North America, and it is in the developmental
stage in Europe and Japan. During the developmental phase the reliability and availability
of the WAAS signal cannot be guaranteed.
Therefore, any position data should be verified against other sources to confirm reliability. This function is available only when In/
Out is selected at NMEA Port.
NMEA
NMEA0183
NMEA Port
NMEA Output
WAAS Setup
TLL Output
: Ver 2.0
: In/Out
: Off
: Off
: TLL
S / T / W / X : Select
[ENTER]
: Enter
[MENU]
: Back
TLL Output
NMEA menu
Output the position specified by MARK key to
the plotter connected.
NMEA0183
Choose NMEA0183 version of nav equipment
connected to “12-24 VDC/NMEA” port among
Ver 1.5, Ver 2.0 or Ver 3.0.
Off: Does not output latitude/longitude.
TLL: Outputs latitude/longitude.
FURUNO-TLL: Outputs latitude/longitude,
depth and water temperature. Required
FURUNO-TLL enabled device.
NMEA Port
Transducer (FCV-585 only)
The NMEA terminals in the “12-24 VDC/
NMEA” port can function as input ports or
input/output port. Change the setting to "In/In"
when connecting GP-310B/320B and a wind
sensor.
Choose transducer type among 600 W, 1 kW
and 50/200-1T on the Sounder menu.
600W
1kW
50/200-1T
When connecting the GP-320B and a wind
sensor, first turn on "WAAS Setup" and then
select "In/In" as the NMEA Port setting.
Transducer setting box
600 W: For 600 W transducer
50/200-1T: For 1 kW transducer (50B-6, 50B6B, 200B-5S or 50/200-1T)
1 kW: For 1 kW transducer other than those
mentioned above
In/Out: Input and Output (default setting)
In/In: Input only (Available with connection of
the GP-310B/320B and a wind sensor.)
NMEA Output
Set the output data sentences (see the lefttable).
Off: Outputs the “output data sentences” of
FCV-620/585 only.
On: Outputs the “output data sentences” of
FCV-620/585 and sentences which are input
from other equipment.
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MENU TREE
Sounder
MENU key
1
Bold: Default
Pic. Advance (4/1, 2/1, 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, Stop)
Zoom Mode (Bottom Lock, Bottom Zoom, Marker Zoom)
Shift (0 - 2500 ft, 0 ft)
Bottom Area
Interference (Off, Low, Medium, High, Auto)
Color Erase (0 - 50 %, 0 %)
Clutter (0 - 100 %, 0 %)
White Line (0 - 50 %, 0 %)
White Marker
TVG (Low, Medium, High)
Smoothing (Off, On)
TX Power (Auto, 10 - 100 %)
TX Rate (1 - 10, S)
Transducer (600 W, 1 kW, 50/200-1T)
Display
A-Scope (Off, Normal, Peak)
Depth Size (Small, Medium, Large)
Zoom Marker (Off, On)
Temp Graph (Off, Narrow, Wide)
Window Size
Battery (Off, On)
Color Bar (Off, On)
Palette (White, Blue, Black, Gray, Night)
Colors (8, 16, 64)
Header Info (Off, On)
Nav Data1 ( , ,
)
Nav Data2 ( , ,
)
Fish Info (Off, Level, Depth)
Fish Symbols (Off, Solid, Striped)
Alarm
Bottom (Off, On)
From (0 - 2500 ft, 0 ft)
Span (1 - 2500 ft, 10 ft)
Fish (Normal) (Off, On)
From (0 - 2500 ft, 0 ft)
Span (1 - 2500 ft, 10 ft)
Fish (B/L) (Off, On)
From (0.0 - 30.0 ft, 0.0 ft)
Span (0.1 - 30.0 ft, 1.0 ft)
Fish Level (Weak, Medium, Strong)
Temperature (Off, Inside, Outside)
From (20.0 - 110.0 °F, 65.0 °F)
Span (0.1 - 30.0 °F, 1.0 °F)
Speed (Off, Inside, Outside)
From (0.0 - 99.0 kt, 0.0 kt)
Span (1.0 - 50.0 kt, 1.0 kt)
Arrival (Off, Inside, Outside)
Radius (0.01 - 99.99 nm, 0.01 nm)
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MENU TREE
2
Data
System
Go to WPT (Off, Destination 1 - 20)
WPT List
Nav Display1 (Off, Speed (SOG), Speed (STW), Depth, Range, Bearing, Position,
Wind, Heading, Course, Barom Press, Temp, Time to Go, Trip meter,
Odometer, XTE)
Nav Display2 (Same as Nav Display1)
Bearing (True, Mag)
Wind Spd/Dir (True, Apparent)
Trip Source (Off, Own, NMEA)
Temp Source (Off, Own, NMEA)
Speed Source (Off, Own, NMEA)
Trip Reset (Yes, No)
Odo Reset (Yes, No)
Range
Range 1 (7 - 2500 ft, 15 ft)
Range 2 (7 - 2500 ft, 30 ft)
Range 3 (7 - 2500 ft, 60 ft)
Range 4 (7 - 2500 ft, 120 ft)
Range 5 (7 - 2500 ft, 200 ft)
Range 6 (7 - 2500 ft, 400 ft)
Range 7 (7 - 2500 ft, 600 ft)
Range 8 (7 - 2500 ft, 1000 ft)
Zoom Range (7 - 2500 ft, 15 ft)
B/L Range (10 - 30 ft, 15 ft)
Key
FUNC Key (Pic. Advance, Shift, Interference, Clutter, Color Erase,
White Line, White Marker, WPT List, Bottom Area)
Key Beep (Off, On)
Lang
Language (English, OTHERS)
Units
Depth (m, ft, fa, pb, HR)
Temp (°C, °F)
Speed (kt, km/h, mph)
Wind (kt, km/h, mph, m/s)
Distance (nm, km, sm)
NMEA
NMEA0183 (Ver 1.5, Ver 2.0, Ver 3.0)
NMEA Port (In/Out, In/In)
NMEA Output (Off, On)
WAAS Setup (Off, WAAS-00 - WAAS-27)
TLL Output (Off, TLL, FURUNO-TLL)
Draft (-15.0 - +50.0 ft, +0.0 ft)
Calib
Gain ADJ 200 (-20 - +20, +0)
Gain ADJ 50 (-20 - +20, +0)
Temp (-20.0 - +20.0 °F, +0.0 °F)
Speed (STW) (-50 - +50 %, +0 %)
Fish Level (-80 - +100, +0)
Water Type (Salt, Fresh)
Demo
Demonstrate (Off, Demo1, Demo2)
Tests
Test
LCD Test
Reset
Factory Reset (Yes, No)
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FURUNO
FCV-620/585
SPECIFICATIONS OF ECHO SOUNDER
FCV-620/585
1.
GENERAL
1.1
TX Frequency
50 kHz and 200 kHz
1.2
Transmit Method
Single or dual frequency transmitting
1.3
Output Power
FCV-620
600 W
FCV-585
600 W or 1 kW selectable
1.4
TX Rate
Max. 3,000 pulse/min
1.5
Pulse-length
0.04 to 3.0 ms
1.6
Sensitivity
10 dBµV
2.
2.1
2.2
DISPLAY UNIT
Display System
FCV-620
5.6-inch color LCD, 84.7 mm (W) x 113.3 mm (H), 234 x 320 dots
FCV-585
8.4-inch color LCD, 121 mm (W) x 170 mm (H), 480 x 640 dots
Display Mode
Single frequency (high or low freq.), Dual frequency,
Zoom (high or low freq.), Nav data 1/2, A-Scope
2.3
Expansion Mode
2.4
Basic Range
Unit
Bottom lock, Bottom zoom, Marker zoom
Basic Range
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Setting Range
m
5
10
20
40
80
150
200
300
2 to 800
ft
15
30
60
120
200
400
600
1,000
fa
3
5
10
20
40
80
100
150
2 to 400
pb
3
5
10
20
50
100
150
200
2 to 450
HR*
4
8
15
30
50
100
150
200
2 to 500
7 to 2,500
*: Japanese unit of depth measurement
2.5
Range Shift
0 to 800 m, 0 to 2,500 ft, 0 to 400 fa, 0 to 450 pb, 0 to 500 HR
2.6
Zoom Range
Bottom lock expansion: 3 to 10 m, 10 to 30 ft
Bottom and Marker zoom: 2 to 800 m, 7 to 2,500 ft
2.7
Display Advance Speed 8 steps (Lines/TX; 4/1, 2/1, 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, Freeze)
2.8
Function Settings
Pic. Advance, Shift, Interference, Clutter, Color Erase, White Line,
White Marker, WPT List, Bottom Area
2.9
Display Color
Echo color: 8, 16 or 64 colors according to echo intensity
Background color: White, blue, black, gray or night
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FCV-620/585
3. INTERFACE
3.1
Input Data Sentences
IEC61162-1 (NMEA0183 Ver 1.5/2.0/3.0)
Order of priority
Latitude/Longitude: GGA>RMC>RMA>GLL
Course (true): VTG>RMC>RMA
Course (magnetic): VTG
Ground speed: VTG>RMC>RMA
Water speed: VHW
Distance to waypoint: BWC>RMB
Bearing to waypoint (true): BWC>RMB
Bearing to waypoint (magnetic): BWC
Heading (true): HDT>VHW
Heading (magnetic): HDG>VHW
Cross track error: XTE>RMB
Atmospheric pressure: MDA
Water temperature: MTW
Wind speed and angle (true/apparent): MWV
3.2
Output Data Sentences IEC61162-1 (NMEA0183 Ver 1.5/2.0/3.0), interval: 2 s
DBT, DPT, MTW*, VHW*, TLL* by key operating
*: External data required
4. POWER SUPPLY
4.1
FCV-620
12-24 VDC: 0.8-0.4 A
4.2
FCV-585
12-24 VDC: 1.0-0.5 A
5. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION
5.1
Ambient Temperature
-15 °C to +50 °C
5.2
Relative Humidity
93 % at 40 °C
5.3
Waterproofing
IP55
(IEC60529)
5.4
Vibration
● 2-5 Hz and up to 13.2 Hz with an excursion of ±1 mm ±10 %
(7 m/s2 maximum acceleration at 13.2 Hz)
● 13.2-100 Hz with a constant maximum acceleration of 7 m/s2
6. CHASSIS COLOR
6.1
Display Unit
Chassis: N-2.5
Bracket: N-1.75
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日付 : 2006.03.02 11:23:20 +09'00'
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電子署名者 : Hatai
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日付 : 2006.03.09 17:17:27 +09'00'
C
B
NOTE
*1. SHIPYARD SUPPLY
*2. OPTION
*3. CONNECTOR PLUG FITTED AT FACTORY.
注記
*1)造船所手配
*2)オプション
*3)コネクタは工場にて取付済み
12-24 VDC
水温センサー
TEMP SENSOR
NMEA0183 V1.5/2.0/3.0
IEC61162-1
1 2 3 4 5
MB-1100
10m
φ12
1 2 3
5 2 1 4 3
MB-1100
(1kW)
DWG.No.
APPROVED
TD-A
TD-B
RD-A
RD-B
TEMP-IN
TEMP-IN-0V
DC-P-IN
DC-M-IN
NC
SHIELD
GND *1
IV-1.25sq.
3
*3
MJ-A10SPF
TAKAHASHI.T
選択
SELECT
525-5PWD
520-5PSD
525ST-MSD
または 520-5MSD
525ST-PWD
OR
水温・船速センサー付 送受波器
TRANSDUCER
送受波器
TRANSDUCER
W/ TEMP/SPEED SENSOR
E.MIYOSHI
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12-24VDC/NMEA
C2374-C01- C
Mar.9,'06
CHECKED
DRAWN
P
P
P
P
10m
φ12
FUSE(2A)
FUSE(2A)
50/200-1T 50B-6/6B 200B-5S
10m,φ12
(1kW)
MJ-A10SPF
FCV-585のみ
FCV-585 only
KON-004-02M,2m
シロ WHT
アオ BLU
キ YEL
ミドリ GRN
チャ BRN
ダイ ORG
アカ RED
クロ BLK
XDR
航法装置
NAV EQUIPMENT
TB2
XDR
TB2
指示器
DISPLAY UNIT
CV-620
CV-585
10m,φ5.4
2
8m,φ5.4
A
BLK
BLU
GRN
RED
クロ
アオ
ミドリ
アカ
1m
TB1
アカ RED
クロ BLK
SPD
12V-P1
SPD0V/ST-SHIELD
TEMP
NC
NC
TEMP0V
XDR-P
XDR-SHIELD
XDR-M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
XDR-P
XDR-SHIELD
XDR-M
8
9
10
クロ BLK
アカ RED
NAME
名 称
TITLE
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
選択
*2
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
COLOR LCD SOUNDER
相互結線図
ST-02MSB
ST-02PSB
水温・船速センサー
TEMP/SPEED SENSOR
SELECT
または
OR
FCV-620/585
カラーLCD魚探
水温センサー
TEMP SENSOR
T-02MSB *2
T-02MTB
T-03MSB
SHIELD
TEMP
TEMP0V
NC
NC
NC
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
SPD0V/SHIELD
TEMP
TEMP0V
SPD
+V
NC
XDR
1
2
*2
02S4147 0.2m
MJ-A6SRMD
SPD
12V-P1
SPD0V/ST-SHIELD
TEMP
NC
NC
TEMP0V
XDR-P
XDR-SHIELD
XDR-M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
NC
MJ-A10SPF
8
9
10
MJ-A10SRMD
*2
525-5PWD
520-5PSD
520-5MSD
送受波器
TRANSDUCER
XDR-P
XDR-SHIELD
XDR-M
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
9-52 Ashihara-Cho, Nishinomiya City, 662-8580, Hyogo, Japan
Tel: +81 798-65-2111 Fax: +81 798-65-4200
Pub NO. DOC-852
EC Declaration of Conformity
We
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(Manufacturer)
9-52 Ashihara-Cho, Nishinomiya City, 662-8580, Hyogo, Japan
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(Address)
declare under our sole responsibility that the product
Color video sounder Type FCV-585
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(Model name, serial number)
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standard(s) or other normative
document(s)
EN 60945: 1997-01 (IEC 60945 Third edition: 1996-11) – Clauses 10.2 and 10.3
IEC 60945 Fourth edition: 2002-08 – Clauses 9.2, 9.3, 10.3, 10.4, 10.5, 10.8 and 10.9
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(title and/or number and date of issue of the standard(s) or other normative document(s))
For assessment, see
• EMC Test Report FLI 12-05-053 of 14 November 2005 prepared by Furuno Labotech
International Co., Ltd.
This declaration is issued according to the Council Directive of 3 May 1989 on the approximation
of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility (89/336/EEC).
On behalf of Furuno Electric Co., Ltd.
Nishinomiya City, Japan
November 16, 2005
---------------------------------------------(Place and date of issue)
Hiroaki Komatsu
Manager,
International Rules and Regulations
-----------------------------------------------------------------(name and signature or equivalent marking of authorized person)