Specifications | Furuno FCV-1100L Radar Detector User Manual

COLOR LCD SOUNDER
FCV-1100L
C
Yo u r L o c a l A g e n t/D e a le r
9-52, A shihara-cho,
N ishinom iya, Japan
Te l e p h o n e :
Te l e f a x :
0 7 9 8 -6 5 -2 111
0798-65-4200
A ll rig h ts re s e rv e d .
Printed in Japan
PUB. No. OM E-23670
(D A M I)
F C V -11 0 0 L
FIRST
EDITIO N
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AUG. 2001
N O V. 2 0 , 2 0 0 1
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
WARNING
Keep heater away from equipment.
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
A heater can melt the equipment's power
cord, which can cause fire or electrical
shock.
Use the proper fuse.
Immediately turn off the power at the
switchboard if water leaks into the
equipment or something is dropped in
the equipment.
Continued use of the equipment can cause
fire or electrical shock. Contact a FURUNO
agent for service.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can
result.
Immediately turn off the power at the
switchboard if the equipment is emitting
smoke or fire.
Continued use of the equipment can cause
fire or electrical shock. Contact a FURUNO
agent for service.
Fuse rating is shown on the equipment.
Use of a wrong fuse can result in damage
to the equipment.
CAUTION
A warning label is attached to the equipment. Do not remove the label. If the
label is missing or illegible, contact
a FURUNO agent or dealer.
WARNING
To avoid electrical shock, do not
remove cover. No user-serviceable
parts inside.
Name: Warning Label (2)
Type: 03-129-1001-0
Code No.: 100-236-740
Make sure no rain or water splash leaks
into the equipment.
Fire or electrical shock can result if water
leaks in the equipment.
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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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD.................................................................................................................. iv
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................... v
1.
OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW ................................................................................ 1-1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
1.15
1.16
1.17
2.
MENU OPERATION.............................................................................................. 2-1
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
3.
SYSTEM Menu Operation ................................................................................................. 3-1
SYSTEM SETTING Menu ................................................................................................. 3-2
DRAFT SETTING Menu .................................................................................................... 3-4
RANGE SETTING Menu.................................................................................................... 3-5
TEMP SETTING Menu ...................................................................................................... 3-7
NAV DATA SETTING Menu ............................................................................................... 3-8
TARGET ECHO Menu ..................................................................................................... 3-10
INTERPRETING THE DISPLAY ........................................................................... 4-1
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
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Basic Menu Operation ....................................................................................................... 2-1
DISP Menu......................................................................................................................... 2-3
ALM Menu.......................................................................................................................... 2-6
TX/RX Menu....................................................................................................................... 2-8
E/S Menu ......................................................................................................................... 2-10
USER Menu ..................................................................................................................... 2-12
SYSTEM MENU .................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
4.
Controls.............................................................................................................................. 1-1
Indications .......................................................................................................................... 1-2
Turning the Power On/Off .................................................................................................. 1-2
Adjusting LCD Brilliance .................................................................................................... 1-3
Display Mode ..................................................................................................................... 1-4
Choosing Basic Range .................................................................................................... 1-11
Shifting the Basic Range.................................................................................................. 1-12
Adjusting Gain.................................................................................................................. 1-13
Measuring Depth.............................................................................................................. 1-13
Marker Line ...................................................................................................................... 1-14
Suppressing Clutter ......................................................................................................... 1-15
Adjusting TVG ..................................................................................................................1-16
Eliminating Weak Echoes ................................................................................................ 1-17
Picture Advance Speed.................................................................................................... 1-18
A-Scope Display .............................................................................................................. 1-20
Suppressing Interference................................................................................................. 1-21
SHIFT/PROG Key............................................................................................................ 1-22
Color Bar ............................................................................................................................ 4-1
Zero Line ............................................................................................................................ 4-2
Bottom Echoes................................................................................................................... 4-2
Fish School Echoes ........................................................................................................... 4-3
Other Echoes ..................................................................................................................... 4-4
5.
MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................. 5-1
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Maintenance....................................................................................................................... 5-1
Fuse Replacement............................................................................................................. 5-2
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................. 5-2
Diagnostic Test................................................................................................................... 5-3
Test Pattern ........................................................................................................................ 5-5
Restoring Default Settings ................................................................................................. 5-6
APPENDIX ..................................................................................................................A-1
Menu Tree ...................................................................................................................................A-1
Screen Division ...........................................................................................................................A-6
Display Division...........................................................................................................................A-9
SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................................................SP-1
INDEX
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FOREWORD
A Word to FCV-1100L Owners
Congratulations on your choice of the FURUNO FCV-1100L COLOR LCD SOUNDER. We
are confident you will see why the FURUNO name has become synonymous with quality
and reliability.
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.
This equipment is designed and constructed to meet the rigorous demands of the marine
environment. However, no machine can perform its intended function unless installed,
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.
Features
•
16-color (including background) presentation provides detailed information on fish
density and bottom composition, on a 10.4-inch color LCD. 8-color presentation also
available.
•
FURUNO Free Synthesizer (FFS) transceiver design allows use of user-selectable
operating frequencies.
•
Automatic bottom tracking feature permits unattended operation.
•
Frequency mixing picture helps discriminate fish species.
•
Alarms: Fish, Bottom, Fish-Bottom, Water Temperature (temperature data required).
•
A-scope presentation displays echoes at each transmission with amplitudes and colors
according to intensities.
•
Unique split range control allows independent range settings in dual-frequency mode.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration
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1.
OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.1
Controls
Correct key operation: One beep
Invalid key operation: Two beeps
HOW TO REMOVE THE HARD COVER
Control Panel
While pressing the center of the cover
with your thumbs as illustrated, pull the
cover towards you.
Adjusts display brilliance.
(P. 1-3)
Inscribes vertical
line on the display.
Current position is output
to navigation plotter with
connection of navigator.
(P. 1-14)
MARKER
TLL
· Shifts the display area. (P. 1-12)
· Changes menu setting. (P. 2-1)
· Executes programmed function. (P. 1-22)
Selects a display.
(P. 1-4)
HF
SHIFT/PROG
COLOR LCD SOUNDER FCV– 1100L
VRM
LF
ZOOM
HF
ZOOM
0
10
4
6
0
10
8
USER1
MENU
CLUTTER
6
2
DUAL
ADVANCE/A-SCOPE
SIG LEVEL
NL
PROG
TVG
BRILL
4
USER2
EXIT
GAIN
LF
2
PWR
RANGE
FUNCTION
Turns power
on/off. (P. 1-2)
8
MODE
Selects a
display range. (P. 1-11)
Adjusts gain of high and
low frequencies individually.
(P. 1-13)
· Shifts VRM/White
Marker. (P. 1-13, P. 2-4)
· Selects menu item.
(P. 2-1)
Opens the PIC ADVANCE/A-SCOPE
menu. (P. 1-18, P. 1-20)
Opens the SIGNAL
LEVEL menu. (P. 1-17)
Opens the TVG
menu. (P. 1-16)
Opens the CLUTTER
menu. (P. 1-15)
ADVANCE/A-SCOPE
SIG LEVEL
NL
PROG
TVG
MENU
CLUTTER
EXIT
Closes menu.
FUNCTION
Opens the NOISE
LIMITER menu.
(P. 1-21)
Opens the
USER menu.
(P. 2-12)
Opens the main
menu. (P. 2-1)
Controls
1-1
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.2
Indications
Picture advance speed
Frequency
Noise limiter
Water temperature*
Minute marker
Elapsed time
(From pressing
MARKER/TLL
key)
5.30°C
Shift
1/1
0H01M
Marker
line
10
°C
LF N1
0
19.7
20
0
Alarm type
Zero line
Alarm marker
Depth to VRM
VRM
Color bar
5
40
Temperature scale*
Fish school
Water temperature graph*
Depth scale
0
Ship's speed*
Depth
Bottom
echo
17.8kt
60
49.6
1'21"
<P/R>
Scroll time
m
80
*: Appropriate sensor
required.
Transducer power reduction
Indications
1.3
Turning the Power On/Off
1. Press the [PWR] key. A beep sounds, and then the power turns on.
2. Press the [PWR] key again to turn the power off.
Note 1: Wait five seconds before turning on the power again.
Note 2: The example screens 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.
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1.4
Adjusting LCD Brilliance
The brilliance of the LCD may be adjusted as below. Ten levels are available.
1. Press the [BRILL] key.
BRILL
BRILL
(9) [
]
[
]
Brill window
2. Press the [+] or [-] key to adjust the LCD brilliance; [+] key to raise the
brilliance, [-] key to lower it.
Note 1: Brilliance is automatically set to maximum at the next power on, when
the unit is turned off with the brilliance setting of 4 or lower.
Note 2: Brilliance must be adjusted within five seconds after pressing the
[BRILL] key or the brill window will be erased.
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1.5
Display Mode
Seven display modes are available with the [MODE] switch.
M O D E
LF-ZOOM
LF
DUAL
HF
HF-ZOOM
USER-1
USER-2
Currently selected mode
shown in reverse video
Display mode window
1.5.1
Single-picture (low frequency or high frequency) display
Low frequency (LF)
The lower the frequency of the ultrasonic pulse the wider the detection area.
Thus, the low frequency is suitable for general search and judging bottom
condition.
High frequency (HF)
The higher the frequency of the ultrasonic pulse the better the resolution.
Therefore, the high frequency pulse is useful for detailed observation of fish
echoes.
1/1
LF
0.0
0
20
Fish school
40
Low
frequency
High
frequency
Bottom echo
60
49.6 m
Frequency and Detection Area
80
Single-frequency Picture
Frequency and detection area, sample single picture (low frequency)
1-4
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1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.5.2
Dual frequency display
The dual frequency display provides the low frequency picture on the left half of
the screen; the high frequency picture on the right half.
LF
Low
frequency
Frequency
Low
High
Beamwidth
Wide
Narrow
Echo Trail
Long
Short
49.6
0
20
1/1
HF
0
0.0
0
High
frequency
20
40
40
60
60
80
80
m
Dual frequency display
1-5
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.5.3
Zoom displays
The “single-frequency picture” (high or low frequency) appears on the right half
of the screen and the zoom picture on the left half. The zoom picture may be
pre-chosen among bottom lock, bottom zoom, marker zoom and discrimination,
from the SYSTEM SETTING menu. For further details, see ZOOM MODE on
page 3-3.
Bottom-lock display
The bottom-lock display shows the area between the zoom marker and the
bottom as a straight line to distinguish it from fish near the bottom, and thus it is
useful for discriminating fish near the bottom.
The bottom-lock zoom range may be chosen on the RANGE SETTING menu.
For further details see B/L RANGE on page 3-5.
LF
1/1
0.0
5
0
0
Bottom-lock display
4
10
3
Zoomed fish school
20
2
1
Bottom shown
as a straight line
21.7
Fish
school
Bottom-lock display
1-6
This area zoomed
and displayed on
left 1/2 of screen
30
Single-frequency display
m
0
Zoom marker
40
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
Bottom-zoom display
The bottom-zoom display shows the zoomed bottom (automatically tracked) on
the left half of the screen. When the bottom depth increases, the display shifts to
keep the bottom echo at the lower part of the screen.
Bottom-zoom display
Marker-zoom display
The marker-zoom display expands the area chosen with the VRM on the normal
picture to full vertical size of the screen on the left half of the screen. This mode
is useful for observing a specific fish school.
The marker-zoom range may be chosen on the RANGE SETTING menu. For
further details see M/Z RANGE on page 3-5.
Marker-zoom display
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1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
DISCRIM 1/2 display
The discrim(ination) 1/2 screen shows the single picture on the right half of the
screen and the bottom-lock display and discriminator display occupy the left half
of the screen. The discriminator display shows the bottom as a straight line,
which is useful for determining bottom hardness.
Discrimination 1/2 display
DISCRIM 1/3 display
This display is similar to the DISCRIM 1/2 display except the bottom
discriminator display occupies the bottom one-third of the left half of the screen
as below.
Discrimination 1/3 display
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1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.5.4
USER-1, -2 displays
The display programmed at USER-1/2 on the USER menu appears. The default
settings are as follows:
USER 1: Screen is split vertically in thirds (LF + HF + MIX)
USER 2: Screen is split vertically in fourths (LF + HF + LF bottom zoom +HF
bottom zoom)
This setting may be changed through the USER menu. For further details, see
“USER-1/2” on page 2-12.
User 1 display (default display)
User 2 display (default display)
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1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
Mix display
The mix display compares echo intensity between low and high frequencies, and
displays echoes from tiny fish in discriminative colors. This is done by utilizing
the fact that tiny fish return a stronger echo against a high frequency rather than
a low frequency. This is done as below.
1. If a high frequency echo is stronger than the corresponding echo on the low
frequency, the high frequency echo is displayed.
2. If the low frequency echo is stronger than or equal to the high frequency echo,
it is less likely to be a tiny fish and therefore is displayed in blue.
3. If the echoes on both frequencies have the intensity corresponding to
reddish-brown or red, they are displayed in reddish-brown or red: this is
necessary to display the zero line and bottom in reddish-brown or red.
4. In other words, the echoes displayed in orange thru light-blue may be
considered to be tiny fish such as whitebait.
High frequency
Low frequency
Blue
YEL
GRN
Green
R-BRN
RED
ORG
+
Discriminator
These echoes
are likely to be
Blue small fish.
YEL
Reddish-brown
Displayed in reddishbrown since high
freq. echoes are
red or reddish brown.
BLU
Displayed in blue
since high freq.
echo is weaker.
How the mix display works
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1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.6
Choosing Basic Range
The basic range may be chosen with the [RANGE] switch from the eight ranges
listed below. These eight ranges may be programmed as desired on the RANGE
SETTING menu. For details, see page 3-5.
RANGE
30f
60f
120f
250f
500f
1000f
1600f
3000f
t
t
t
t
t
t
t
t
Range setting window (example: feet)
Basic ranges (default settings)
Range Unit
Feet (default)
Meter
Fathom
Hiro (Japanese)
Passi/Braza
1
30
10
5
6
6
2
60
20
10
12
12
Range Switch Position
3
4
5
6
120
250
500
1000
40
80
150
300
20
40
80
160
25
50
100
200
25
50
100
200
7
1600
500
250
300
300
8
3000
1000
500
600
600
Note 1: This setting must be done within five seconds after rotating the [RANGE]
switch once, otherwise the range window will be erased.
Note 2: Range for high and low frequencies can be set separately.
Note 3: The unit of depth measurement may be chosen from the SYSTEM
SETTING menu. For details, see DEPTH UNIT on page 3-2.
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1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.7
Shifting the Basic Range
The [-] and [+] keys determine the start depth (shown at the top of the screen) of
the picture. In the default setting any shift is reflected on other ranges. This
feature is not available when AUTO SHIFT is active.
Shift the start
depth to watch
shallow or deep.
picture
Principle of shift
S H I F T
1 0 f t
10
Shift window (screen center), shift indication (top right corner)
Note 1: This operation must be done within five seconds after pressing the [-] or
[+] key, otherwise the shift window will be erased.
Note 2: Automatic shift, which provides virtually hands-free automatic operation,
is also available. For further details, see AUTO SHIFT on page 3-3.
Note 3: You can shift the display independently for each range by turning on
FREE SHIFT, on the SYSTEM SETTING menu. For details, see FREE
SHIFT on page 3-2.
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1.8
Adjusting Gain
The [GAIN] control adjusts the sensitivity of the receiver. Adjust it so excessive
noise just disappears from the screen.
Gain too high
Gain proper
Gain too low
Examples of proper and improper gain levels
1.9
Measuring Depth
Use the [▲] or [▼] key to place the VRM on the object to measure depth. Depth
is digitally displayed above the VRM.
Note: This operation is available by setting MARKER SELECT on the DISP
menu to “VRM.”
1/1
LF
0
0
VRM (green)
Depth to VRM
39.8
20
40
60
49.6 m
80
How to use the VRM
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1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.10
Marker Line
The [MARKER/TLL] key inscribes a vertical marker line on the screen when
pressed. It may be used to denote a fish school or other important echo.
At the same moment the key is pressed, latitude and longitude position are
output to a navigation plotter and marked on its screen if this unit is interfaced
with position-fixing equipment.
Elapsed time from the moment the [MARKER/TLL] key is pressed may be
displayed at the upper-left corner of the screen. For further details, see SCROLL
TIME on page 2-3.
1/1
Elapsed time
from when the
[MARKER/TLL]
key is pressed.
LF
0.0
0
0
0H01M
20
40
60
49.6
Marker line
Shown in second color
from top of color bar in
16-color display; the top
color of color bar in 8-color
display.
m
80
Marker line and elapsed time indication
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1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.11
Suppressing Clutter
When blue dots appear over the entire screen (mainly caused by sediments in
the water), use the clutter function to suppress them.
1. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch to choose CLUTTER.
C L U T T E R
HF•CLUTTER
HF•CURVE
LF•CLUTTER
LF•CURVE
: 2 (0
: STD
: 2 (0
: STD
5)
5)
Color changes
depending on
clutter level
and curve.
LOW
HIGH
Change echo color
assignment.
[-/+]: Change setting
[EXIT]: Exit
Clutter menu
• For dual frequency display: Go to step 2.
• For other modes: Go to step 3 after pressing the [▼] key.
2. Press the [▲] or [▼] key to choose HF CURVE or LF CURVE as appropriate.
3. Press the [-] or [+] key to open the clutter curve selection window (default:
STD).
STD
LINEAR CUSTOM
Clutter curve selection window
STD: The higher the clutter level the smaller weak echoes are displayed.
LINEAR: The higher the clutter level the smaller all echoes are displayed.
CUSTOM: Applies the user clutter settings from the user clutter menu. See
page 2-17.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Press the [-] or [+] key to choose clutter curve desired.
Press the [▲] or [▼] key to close the window.
Press the [▲] key to choose HF CLUTTER or LF CLUTTER as appropriate.
Press the [-] or [+] key to set clutter rejection level: 0, OFF; 1, weakest,
5, strongest.
8. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully counterclockwise to choose EXIT.
Note: Clutter cannot be adjusted manually when using the auto mode. Turn off
the auto mode on the E/S menu to manually adjust clutter. For details see
page 2-11.
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1.12
Adjusting TVG
The TVG compensates for propagation loss of sound, so that the echoes from
the same size fish schools are displayed in the same color. Avoid excessive
TVG; weak echoes may not be displayed. The TVG is also useful for reducing
surface noise.
0m
0m
100
100
How TVG works
1. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch to choose TVG.
TVG
HF·TVG LEV : 5 (0~10)
HF·TVG DIST : 600ft
LF·TVG LEV : 5 (0~10)
LF·TVG DIST : 600ft
0ft
This scale is
synchronized with the
distance value setting.
low
Gain
600
high ft
Adjust TVG effective
distance.
[-/+]: Change setting
[EXIT]: Exit
TVG menu
• For dual display: Go to step 2.
• For other display modes: Go to step 3 after pressing the [▼] key.
2. Press the [▲] or [▼] key to choose HF TVG DIST or LF TVG DIST as
appropriate.
3. Press the [-] or [+] key to set the TVG distance. The larger the setting, the
longer the range at which TVG works. The scale on the menu synchronizes
with the rate setting.
4. Press the [▲] or [▼] key to close the window.
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5. When surface noise appears in the range shallower than the setting range,
press the [▲] key to choose HF TVG LEVEL or LF TVG LEVEL as
appropriate.
6. Press the [-] or [+] key to set the TVG level in the setting window. The higher
the TVG level, the less the gain near distance.
5
TVG level setting window
7. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully counterclockwise to choose EXIT.
1.13
Eliminating Weak Echoes
Sediments in the water or reflections from plankton may be painted on the
display in green or light-blue. These weak echoes may be erased with the signal
level function.
1. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch to choose SIG LEVEL.
SIGNAL LEVEL
SIGNAL LEV : OFF
OFF
current
Echo colors
disappear from
weakest to
strongest.
Eliminate low
intensity echoes.
[-/+]: Change setting
[EXIT]: Exit
Signal level menu
2. Press the [-] or [+] key to choose the setting desired. Every pressing of the [+]
key deletes echoes from weakest to strongest in ascending order. (For eight
colors, the setting window shows OFF, 1 to 4.)
OFF 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Signal level setting window (for 16 colors)
3. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully counterclockwise to choose EXIT.
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1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.14
Picture Advance Speed
The picture advance speed determines how quickly the vertical scan lines run
across the screen.
1. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch to choose ADVANCE/A-SCOPE.
PIC ADVNC/A-SCOPE
PIC ADVNC : 1/1
A-SCOPE
: OFF
For picture advance
and A-SCOPE setting.
[-/+]: Change setting
[EXIT]: Exit
PIC ADVNC/A-SCOPE menu
2. Press the [-] or [+] key to choose the speed desired.
STOP
1/16
1/8
1/4
1/2
1/1
2/1
3/1
4/1
Picture advance speed setting window
The fractions in the window mean the number of vertical scan lines produced
per transmission. For example, “1/2” means a vertical scan line is produced
every two transmissions. These fractions also appear at the top of the
screen for your reference.
When choosing an advance speed, keep in mind that a fast advance speed
will expand the size of a fish school horizontally and a slow speed will
contract it.
1/1 S
"S" means picture advance speed is
synchronized with ship's speed.
Speed indication
3. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully counterclockwise to choose EXIT.
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1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
Ship’s speed dependent mode
With speed data provided by a speed log, current indicator or navigation
equipment, the display advance speed may be set according to ship’s speed, the
ship’s speed dependent mode. As shown in the figure below the horizontal scale
of the display is not influenced by the change of ship’s speed, thus the
speed-dependent picture advance permits judgment of fish school size and
abundance at any speed. The picture advance speed indication is suffixed with
an “S” when the ship’s speed dependent mode is active. For example, “1/1S.”
This function is available with ship’s speed of 2-20 kt. You can use the ship’s
speed dependent mode by setting PRR LEVEL to “S” on the TX/RX menu. For
further details, see PRR LEVEL on page 2-8.
Fish school is shrunk at high
ship's speed; expanded at
low ship's speed.
Normal Mode
Same size
fish schools
Speed
FULL SPEED
HALF SPEED
Fish schools are shown
same size regardless of
ship's speed.
Actual Movement
Ship's Speed Dependent Mode
How the ship’s speed dependent mode works
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1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.15
A-Scope Display
The A-scope picture displays echoes at each transmission with amplitudes and
colors proportional to their intensities on the right one-fourth of the screen. This
feature is useful for close observation of small fish and fish near the bottom.
Note: For the dual-frequency display and vertical split screen, the A-scope
display is only available with the high frequency display. In case of the
horizontal split screen, high and low frequency A-scope displays appear.
1. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch to choose ADVANCE/A-SCOPE to show the
PIC ADVANC/A-SCOPE menu.
2. Press the [▼] key to choose A-SCOPE.
3. Press the [+] key twice to choose ON from the setting window.
OFF
ON
A-scope selection window
4. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch to choose EXIT.
5. To turn off the A-scope display, press the [-] key twice to choose OFF at step
3 in this procedure.
1/1
Single
frequency
LF
0
0
0.0
20
A-scope Display
40
Weak echo (fish)
60
59.6 m
80
A-scope display
1-20
Strong echo (bottom)
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.16
Suppressing Interference
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. You may suppress these types of interference with the noise limiter.
Interference from
other sounder
Electrical interference
Interference
1. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch to choose NL.
NOISE LIMITER
HF·FREQ ADJ : +0.0%
-10
0
+10
HF·NOISE LIM : OFF
LF·FREQ ADJ : +0.0%
-10
0
The inverted solid
triangle shifts with
operation of [-] or
[+] key.
+10
LF·NOISE LIM : OFF
1. Shift frequencies to
reject interference.
2. Use LF/HF·NOISE LIM
in case interference
hasn't been rejected.
[-/+]: Change setting
[EXIT]: Exit
NL menu
• For the dual display: Go to step 2.
• For other modes : Go to step 3.
2. Press the [▲] or [▼] key to choose HF•FREQ ADJ or LF•FREQ ADJ,
whichever is appropriate.
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1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
3. Press the [-] or [+] key to set appropriate value in the setting window so that
interference disappears. The setting range for most transducers is -10.0% to
+10.0%. However the transducer listed below have different setting ranges.
50 kHz: -10% - +6%
67 kHz /68 kHz: -4% - +10%
107 kHz: -10% - +4%
200 kHz: -9% - +10%
The transducer having the frequency near 54-64 kHz, 112-122 kHz or
171-181 kHz has adjustment limitations. For example, the adjustment range
for 66 kHz is –2% - +10%.
If interference is still present, go to step 4, otherwise go to step 7.
4. Press the [▲] or [▼] key to close the setting window.
5. Press the [▼] key to choose HF•NOISE LIM or LF•NOISE LIM, whichever is
appropriate.
6. Press the [-] or [+] key to choose the noise rejection setting among N1, N2
and N3. N3 provides the highest level of interference suppression.
OFF
N1 N2 N3
Signal level setting window
7. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch to choose EXIT.
Note: Turn the noise limiter off when no interference exists, otherwise weak
echoes may be missed.
1.17
SHIFT/PROG Key
The [SHIFT/PROG] key is a “soft key” which the operator may program to
provide instant access to a function. Simply press the [+] or [-] key to access the
function programmed. An appropriate setting window appears. (The illustration
below shows the SHIFT window.) Then, press the [+] or [-] key again to select
desired setting.
SHIFT
0 ft
SHIFT window
You can select the soft key function with SHIFT/PROG on the USER menu, and
the default setting is “SHIFT.” For further details, see SHIFT/PROG on page
2-15.
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2.
MENU OPERATION
2.1
Basic Menu Operation
The main menu, consisting of the DISP (display), ALM (alarm), TX/RX, E/S and
SYSTEM menus, contains various items which once preset do not require
frequent adjustment. The operator may set these items as appropriate to suit
operating needs.
1. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully clockwise to choose MENU. The
last-used menu among DISP, ALM, TX/RX, ES and SYSTEM appears. The
illustration below shows the DISP menu.
Menu titles
Description for
selection.
DISP
ALM
TX/RX
E/S
NO. OF COLORS
HUE
BACKGROUND
WHITE LINE
:
:
:
:
DEPTH INFO
: STD
MARKER SELECT
ZOOM MARKER
DISPLAY DATA
SCROLL TIME
ECHO STRETCH
SMOOTHING-1
SMOOTHING-2
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
SYSTEM
16
STD
BLUE
OFF (OFF, 1~10)
VRM
ON
TIMER
OFF
OFF
3 (OFF,1~4)
OFF
Menu for display setting.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
2.
3.
4.
5.
DISP menu
Press the [▲] key to choose menu title area.
Press the [+] or [-] key to choose menu desired among DISP, ALM, TX/RX,
ES and SYSTEM. The menu chosen is highlighted.
Press the [▲] or [▼] key to choose item. For example, choose NO. OF
COLORS. (Menu help for the item chosen appears at the bottom of the
screen.)
Press the [-] or [+] key to display the setting window. The illustration below
shows the selection window for NO. OF COLORS.
8
16
Selection window for NO. OF COLORS
2-1
2. MENU OPERATION
6. Press the [-] or [+] key to change the setting. For items having several
options, a scroll bar (blue) appears. This bar shows the current cursor
position in relation to the entire option range. This bar shifts with operation of
the [-] or [+] key.
Blue bar
CUSTOM STD HUE1 HUE2 HUE3 HUE4
The blue bar shows the current cursor position in
relation to the option range.
This bar shifts with operation of [-] or [+] key.
Selection window (for item having several options, for example, HUE)
7. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully counterclockwise to choose EXIT.
2-2
2. MENU OPERATION
2.2
DISP Menu
The DISP menu allows the user to setup up the display as desired.
DISP
ALM
TX/RX
E/S
NO. OF COLORS
HUE
BACKGROUND
WHITE LINE
:
:
:
:
DEPTH INFO
: STD
MARKER SELECT
ZOOM MARKER
DISPLAY DATA
SCROLL TIME
ECHO STRETCH
SMOOTHING-1
SMOOTHING-2
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
SYSTEM
16
STD
BLUE
OFF (OFF, 1~10)
VRM
ON
TIMER
OFF
OFF
3 (OFF,1~4)
OFF
Menu for display setting.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
For picure advance speed: 2/1, 3/1, 4/1
For picture advance speed: 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1/1
DISP menu
NO. OF COLORS
Chooses eight color or sixteen-color presentation.
HUE
Chooses desired picture color. USER displays the colors programmed by the
user. (See page 2-16.) STD is the standard colors used on most FURUNO video
sounders. HUE 1-7 provide other picture color arrangements.
BACKGROUND
Chooses background color to black, dark blue, blue, light-blue or white. Note that
the background color is fixed when the user color (in HUE above) is chosen.
WHITE LINE
Changes the strongest signal color to white. The higher the setting, the wider the
white line. Generally, fish schools on or close to the bottom are displayed on the
screen as if they are a small rising from the bottom. This feature can help
discriminate bottom fish schools from the bottom.
DEPTH INFO
Changes the size and location of the depth indication.
2-3
2. MENU OPERATION
MARKER SELECT
Chooses the marker function, VRM or WHITE MARKER.
VRM: Measures depth to an echo.
WHITE MARKER: Display a specific echo color in white. This feature is useful
for discriminating bottom fish from the bottom.
(White marker operation)
1. After choosing EXIT with the [FUNCTION] switch to close the menu, press
the [▲] or [▼] key to show the white marker setting window.
WHITE MARKER
Color bar
The color selected
by this red arrow
changes to white.
OFF
/
: Select color
to enhance.
White marker setting window
2. Press the [▲] or [▼] key to choose the echo color which you want to
emphasize. The setting window disappears if there is no key operation within
five seconds. The color chosen to display in white is shown in white on the
color bar.
Note: Before changing from WHITE MARKER to VRM, you must choose OFF in
the white marker setting window.
ZOOM MARKER
Turns the zoom marker on/off.
DISPLAY DATA
Chooses the data to display at the left top corner of the screen among OFF, L/L*,
TD*, TIMER (Elapsed time from the moment the [MARKER/TLL] key is pressed),
GAIN (See note below), R/B* (range and bearing to the waypoint) and
COURSE*.
*: Requires navigation device.
Note: The gain setting shown on the display may not agree exactly with GAIN
control position. The gain setting shown on the display is the correct value.
2-4
2. MENU OPERATION
SCROLL TIME
Turns the display scroll time on or off. Scroll time, shown at the bottom left
corner of the display, shows the amount of time a scan line stays on the screen
as it passes from one side of the screen to the other. Time varies with the range
and picture advancement speed.
ECHO STRETCH
Displays the strong echoes long though the pulselength setting is short. It is
useful for distinguishing individual fish (for example, squid) from plankton.
SMOOTHING-1
This function smoothes echo presentation, and can only be changed when the
picture advance speed is set to 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2 or 1/1. (See page 1-18.) The
higher the number, the greater the smoothing. Adjust the setting when echoes
appear “spotty.”
SMOOTHING-2
This function smoothes the “mosaic-like” echo presentation, and can only be
changed when the picture advance speed is set to 2/1, 3/1 or 4/1. (See page
1-18.)
2-5
2. MENU OPERATION
2.3
ALM Menu
The ALM menu sets the bottom, fish and water temperature alarms. To silence
the alarm beep, press the [-], [+], [▲] or [▼] key.
BOTTOM ALARM
When your ship comes in the area of the chosen depth, beeps sound and the
indication “BTM” flashes at the top right corner to draw your attention.
FISH ALARM
FISH ALARM: Fish echoes of yellow or stronger colors (default setting) trigger
the alarm.
BTM-FISH ALARM: When fish echoes come in the area which you set above the
bottom, beeps sound and the indication “FISH” flashes at the top right corner of
the screen. (Available modes: bottom lock, discrim 1/2, discrim 1/3)
TEMP ALARM
Chooses temperature range which triggers temperature alarm. Audio and visual
(“TEMP”) alarms are released when water temperature is within the range or out
of the range of the preset value. This function requires a water temperature
sensor.
2.3.1
Setting the alarm
1. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully clockwise to choose MENU.
2. Press the [▲] key to choose the menu title area.
3. Press the [-] or [+] key to choose ALM to display the ALM menu.
DISP
ALM
TX/RX
E/S
SYSTEM
BOTTOM ALARM : OFF
ALARM DEPTH : 0 ft
*
ALARM ZONE : 10 ft
FISH ALARM
ALARM DEPTH
ALARM ZONE
ALARM LEVEL
: OFF
: 0 ft
: 10 ft *
: MID
TEMP ALARM
: OFF
TEMP LIMIT
: 65.00°F(20~95)
*
ALARM ZONE : 1.00°F
Menu for alarm setting.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
*: The setting is not available when ALARM
is OFF.
ALM (Alarm) menu
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2. MENU OPERATION
4. Press the [▲] or [▼] key to choose the alarm which you want to set.
5. Press the [-] or [+] key to show the alarm setting window.
OFF
ON
OFF FISH
Bottom alarm
OFF WITHIN RANGE
BTM-FISH
Fish alarm
OUT OF RANGE
Temp alarm
Alarm setting window
6. Press the [-] or [+] key to choose the alarm type desired.
7. Press the [▼] key twice to choose ALARM DEPTH (TEMP LIMIT for temp
alarm).
8. Press the [-] or [+] key to show the alarm setting window.
0m
Starting depth setting window (example: bottom alarm)
9. For BOTTOM ALARM and FISH ALARM, press the [-] or [+] key to set the
starting point of alarm zone. Alarm marker appears (Depth alarm: green, Fish
alarm: white). The starting depth is measured from the transducer surface for
BOTTOM ALARM and FISH ALARM, from the bottom for BTM-FISH (bottom
fish) alarm.
Selected alarm (flashing)
BTM
Alarm area
Start line
Alarm marker
Bottom alarm (green): right side
12.5 ft
Fish alarm (white): right side
Bottom-fish alarm (white): left side (vertical screen division)
right side (horizontal screen division)
Setting of alarm zone (ex. Bottom alarm)
10. Press the [▼] key to choose ALARM ZONE.
11. Press the [-] or [+] key to show the alarm zone setting window.
10 ft
Alarm zone setting window (ex. Bottom alarm)
12.Press the [-] or [+] key to set the alarm zone. For depth alarm and temp alarm,
go to step 16. To set the fish alarm, go to step 13.
13. Press the [▼] key to choose ALARM LEVEL.
14. Press the [-] or [+] key to show the level setting window.
MIN MID MAX
Level setting window
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2. MENU OPERATION
15. Press the [-] or [+] key to set the alarm level.
MIN: Alarm triggered against light-blue or stronger fish echoes.
MID: Alarm triggered against yellow or stronger fish echoes.
MAX: Alarm triggered against red or stronger fish echoes.
16. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully counterclockwise to choose EXIT.
To cancel an alarm, choose OFF at step 6, then rotate the [FUNCTION] switch to
choose EXIT.
Note: When multiple alarms are set, the buzzer sounds against the alarm set
second (or third).
2.4
TX/RX Menu
The TX/RX menu adjusts pulse repetition rate, STC, gain, RX band, TX pulse
and pulselength.
DISP
ALM
TX/RX
PRR LEVEL
:
<High Frequency>
STC
:
GAIN ADJ
:
RX BAND
:
TX PULSE
:
PULSE LENGTH :
<Low Frequency>
STC
:
GAIN ADJ
:
RX BAND
:
TX PULSE
:
PULSE LENGTH :
E/S
SYSTEM
*: The setting is available when
MANUAL is selected at TX PULSE.
20 (0~20,S)
0 (0~10)
+0
STD
STD
0.2 msec (0.2~5.0)*
0 (0~10)
+0
STD
STD
0.2 msec (0.2~5.0)*
Menu for TX/RX setting.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
TX/RX menu
PRR LEVEL
Changes pulse repetition rate. Normally, the highest rate (20) is used. When in
shallow waters, second reflection echoes may appear between surface and
actual bottom echo. In this case lower the PRR level. The option “S” means the
ship’s speed dependent mode, where the PRR changes automatically with ship’s
speed. (Requires speed input.) For further information about the ship’s speed
dependent mode, see page 1-19.
Note: When using the transducer pair 88F-126H and 28F-24H with the PRR
setting of 20, transmitter power will drop slightly on the LF/HF display
when the range is within 40 m.
2-8
2. MENU OPERATION
STC (High and Low Frequencies)
Adjusts STC level for the high and low frequencies, and is useful for suppressing
surface noise. The setting range is 0 (OFF) to 10. “10” suppresses noise which
is up to 5 m distance from the face of the transducer. Turn off the STC when
there is no noise on the screen, otherwise weak echoes may be missed.
GAIN ADJ (High and Low Frequencies)
Adjusts gain of receiver unit chosen. Adjust the setting when the GAIN control
cannot effectively adjust the gain.
RX BAND (High and Low Frequencies)
Sets amplifier bandwidth of high and low frequency Rx amplifier. When
NARROW is chosen, the noise suppression is greater however resolution in
shallow water is lower. Normally, set to STD. For increased resolution, choose
WIDE.
TX PULSE (High and Low Frequencies)
Sets TX pulselength for high and low frequencies. The available choices are
SHORT1, SHORT2, STD, LONG, and MANUAL. Pulselengths except MANUAL
automatically change with range and shift.
PULSE LENGTH (High and Low Frequencies)
Sets pulselength, and is effective when TX PULSE setting is MANUAL. Choose
a low value for better detection resolution: a high value to increase detection
range.
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2. MENU OPERATION
2.5
E/S Menu
The E/S menu sets echo sounder-related options.
DISP
ALM
TX/RX
E/S
SYSTEM
<High Frequency>
FREQ CHOICE
: 75 kHz
<Low Frequency>
FREQ CHOICE
: 50 kHz
PWR REDUCTION
: OFF
BOTTOM SEARCH
BOTTOM LEVEL
: AUTO
: +0(-40
AUTO MODE
: OFF
+0)
Menu for E/S function setting.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
E/S menu
FREQ CHOICE
You can change the transmitting frequencies for the following transducers. This
function is useful when there is interference from other vessel, or when targeting
certain fish species.
50kHz/75kHz transducer
Using the following transducers with 75 kHz provides high-resolution pictures:
• 50B-6
• 50/200-1T (50kHz)
• 50/200-1ST(50 kHz)
• 50B-9
• 50B-12
Note 1: When using above transducers on 75 kHz the transmission line (zero
line) may be longer than normal.
Note 2: 50 kHz and 75 kHz pictures are displayed on the dual frequency display
with connection of one of the above-mentioned transducers. However,
the actual picture is shown only for the port where the transducer is
connected.
2-10
2. MENU OPERATION
PWR REDUCTION
Reduces the power output on high and low frequencies. “<P/R>” appears at the
bottom of the screen when turned on. When switching from OFF to ON, it takes
several seconds to reduce power.
BOTTOM SEARCH
On the dual-frequency display, choose transducer which is to measure depth.
The choices are AUTO, low frequency and high frequency. “AUTO” gives priority
to high frequency transducer having greatest accuracy.
BOTTOM LEVEL
When the bottom depth readout is unstable, use this feature to stabilize it. The
setting range is –40 to 0.
1/1
5
Bottom-lock
display
4
LF
0.0
0
0
10
3
20
2
30
1
21.7
Set the bottom
search so these
vertical lines disappear.
m
0
40
Bottom
How to adjust bottom level
If this setting value is too small, fish echoes may be regarded as bottom, which
causes unstable depth readout.
AUTO MODE
Turns on/off the auto mode.
OFF:
Turns off the auto mode. Gain, range and clutter may be adjusted
manually.
CRUISING: Suppresses weak echoes to emphasize bottom echoes clearly. Use
this setting when going to a fishing ground.
FISHING: Displays weak echoes clearly. Use this setting for fishing.
In the auto mode, gain, display range and clutter are automatically adjusted.
Gain is automatically adjusted so the bottom echo is painted in reddish brown. (If
the gain appears to be too strong, it can be offset on the TX/RX menu with
“GAIN ADJ.”) Display range is automatically adjusted to show the bottom echo
on the lower 1/2 of the screen. Clutter is automatically adjusted to suppress
weak echoes such as sediment in the water and plankton.
2-11
2. MENU OPERATION
2.6
USER Menu
The USER menu sets up the user displays, user color and user clutter, and
programs the [SHIFT/PROG] key. This menu can be shown by placing the
[FUNCTION] switch in the “PROG” position.
USER
USER-1/2
<USER-1>
NAV DATA DISP
NAV DATA MODE
: OFF
: ALPHANUMERIC
<USER-2>
NAV DATA DISP
NAV DATA MODE
: OFF
: ALPHANUMERIC
SHIFT/PROG KEY
: SHIFT
USER COLOR SETTING
USER CLUTTER SETTING
Menu for user-preset mode setting.
[+]: Go to setting [EXIT]: Exit
USER menu
USER-1/2
Customizes the user displays.
USER -1/2
<USER-1>
SCREEN LAYOUT :
DISP MODE
: [LF]+[HF]+[MIX]
ZOOM MODE : BOTTOM ZOOM *
TARGET ECHO : NORMAL
<USER-2>
SCREEN LAYOUT :
DISP MODE
: [LF]Zm/Nor+[HF]Zm/Nor
ZOOM MODE : BOTTOM ZOOM
TARGET ECHO : NORMAL
Select screen layout.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
* = The setting is available when Zm (Zoom)
is selected at the DISP MODE field.
USER-1/2 menu
2-12
2. MENU OPERATION
SCREEN LAYOUT
Chooses the screen division layout among the patterns shown below.
The default settings are as follows:
USER-1:
USER-2:
( [LF]+[HF] +[MIX])
([LF]Zm/Nor+[HF]Zm/Nor)
DISP MODE
Chooses the picture to display in respective screen layout.
[HF]:Normal
[LF]:Normal
[HF]:Zoom
[LF]:Zoom
[MIX]:Normal
[LF]+[HF]:Zm/Nor
[LF]:Zm/Nor+[HF]
[LF]+[HF]+[MIX]
[HF]:Zm/Nor
[LF]:Zm/Nor
[LF]+[HF]
[LF]:Zm+[HF]:Zm
[HF]+[MIX]
[LF]+[MIX]
[LF]:Zm/Nor+[HF]:Zm/Nor
HF: high frequency
NOR: normal
MIX: mix
LF: low frequency
ZM: zoom
ZOOM MODE
Chooses the zoom mode to use.
BOTTOM LOCK BOTTOM ZOOM MARKER ZOOM DISCRIM-1/2 DISCRIM-1/3
Zoom mode choices
TARGET ECHO
Chooses the target echo from normal, surface, squid and deep sea. For details,
see page 3-10.
NORMAL SURFACE SQUID DEEP SEA
Target echo choices
NAV DATA DISP
Nav data may be displayed at the left or right half of the screen, or turned off.
2-13
2. MENU OPERATION
NAV DATA MODE
Three nav data displays are available: alphanumeric, graphic1 and graphic2.
ALPHANUMERIC
The alphanumeric display provides position in latitude and longitude, course,
speed, depth, temperature, and range, bearing and cross-track error to the
destination waypoint. Appropriate sensors are required to show data other than
depth. If desired, you may enlarge one indication on one half of the screen.
Circumscribe the indication to enlarge by operating the [▲] or [▼] key, then
press the [+] key. To restore the full nav data display, press the [-] key.
POS
Cursor for choosing
data to enlarge
34°44.135’N
135°27.098’E
CSE
SPD
135°
8.6kt
DEP
TMP
42.9ft
85.51°F
WP 001
79.03nm
135°
0.005nm
RNG
BRG
XTE
Nav data display
GRAPHIC1
The GRAPHIC1 display mainly provides steering information. Appropriate
sensors are required.
Bearing to Destination Waypoint
N
0
Bearing*
W
1nm
Destination
Waypoint
Range to
Destination
Waypoint
Depth
WP
Course*
BRG
359°
CSE
323°
E
20
1nm
Cross-track Error
40
SPD
8.4
ABC
RNG
12.0
nm
TRIP
76.8
60
nm
DEP
TMP
69.4
85.51
ft
Speed*
kt
°F
80
* = Requires appropriate sensor.
Distance Run*
Note: Distance run may be
reset to zero by pressing
the [+] or [-] key for about
five seconds.
Water Temperature*
Graphic1 display
2-14
2. MENU OPERATION
GRAPHIC2
The GRAPHIC 2 display provides a speedometer together with steering
information. Appropriate sensors are required.
Distance run since power was turned on
Speedometer*
Depth
50
40
30
20
10
0
SPEED
DEPTH
TEMP
55.8ft
85.51°F
TRIP
1182 nm
Speed*
10.6 kt
Waypoint
WPT: FOX1
Course
CSE: 120°
BRG: 135°
Waypoint Bearing
20
35°23.119'N
122°46.970'E
0.5
0
0.5
40
Position*
60
XTE
1
Water Temperature*
Waypoint Relative Bearing*
(In relation to course)
RNG
100.5nm
XTE
0.50
nm
0
Note: Distance run may be
reset to zero by pressing
the [+] or [-] key for about
five seconds.
* = Requires appropriate sensor.
1
80
Graphic2 display
SHIFT/PROG KEY
Chooses the function of the [SHIFT/PROG] key. The choices are shift, picture
advance, signal level, hue, white line, PRR level, bottom level, A-scope, auto
shift and auto mode.
Blue bar
SHIFT PIC ADVNC SIGNAL LEVEL HUE WHITE LINE
The blue bar shows the current cursor position in
relation to the option range.
This bar shifts with operation of [-] or [+] key.
SHIFT/PROG soft key program choices
2-15
2. MENU OPERATION
USER COLOR SETTING
In addition to the standard and factory-programmed color sets, the user may set
and store display colors as desired.
USER COLOR SETTING
COLOR NO.
:
BKGD
RED
GREEN
BLUE
: 0 (0
:2
:9
DEFAULT
CUSTOM
: NO
: NO
15)
Color setting for 16-color presentation.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
USER COLOR SETTING menu
1. Press the [-] or [+] key to show the color setting window. (In case of eight
colors, color is 1-6.)
BKGD ECHO1 ECHO2 ECHO3 ECHO4 ECHO5 ECHO6 ECHO7
Color setting window (16 colors)
2. Press the [-] or [+] key to select the color to change.
ECHO15
ECHO14
ECHO13
ECHO12
ECHO11
ECHO10
ECHO9
ECHO8
ECHO7
ECHO6
ECHO5
ECHO4
ECHO3
ECHO2
ECHO1
BKGD
Color bar (for 16 colors)
3. Press the [▲] or [▼] key to close the color setting window.
4. Press the [▼] key to select RED, GREEN or BLUE (level).
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2. MENU OPERATION
5. Press the [-] or [+] key to show the level setting window.
0
Level setting window
6. Press the [-] or [+] key to select color strength. The higher the number, the
darker the color.
7. Press the [▲] or [▼] key to close the level setting window.
8. Do steps 1-7 to set another color.
9. To use custom colors, select YES at CUSTOM.
10. To return to original color, select YES at DEFAULT.
USER CLUTTER SETTING
The USER CLUTTER SETTING menu lets you emphasize weak to medium
strength echoes.
USER CLUTTER SETTING
COLOR-7
COLOR-6
COLOR-5
COLOR-4
COLOR-3
COLOR-2
COLOR-1
BACKGROUND
DEFAULT
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
3 (1 14)
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
NO
The larger the
setting, the wider
the ratio of the
color selected.
When the value is not suitable,
weak level is automatically adjusted.
Set clutter level to be displayed.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
USER CLUTTER SETTING menu
1. Press the [▲] or [▼] key to select color or background to change. COLOR-7
is the strongest color.
2. Press the [-] or [+] key to show the setting window.
0
Setting window
2-17
2. MENU OPERATION
3. Press the [-] or [+] key to set the level (1-14).
If…
Then...
you want to emphasize
COLOR-7 (reddish-brown, red)
COLOR-7, COLOR-6: set large value.
COLOR-5 to COLOR-1: Set small value.
you want to emphasize middle
color (yellow, green)
COLOR-7 to COLOR-5: Set small value.
COLOR-4 and COLOR-3: Set large value.
COLOR-2 and COLOR-1: Set small value.
you want to remove the
weakest color
COLOR-1: Set small value.
4. Press the [▲] or [▼] key to close the setting window.
5. Repeat steps 1 through 4 to set another color.
6. To use custom clutter settings, set the [FUNCTION] switch in the CLUTTER
position, then select CUSTOM from HF CURVE (LF CURVE).
To return to default settings, select YES at DEFAULT.
2-18
3.
SYSTEM MENU
3.1
SYSTEM Menu Operation
1. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully clockwise to select MENU.
2. Press the [▲] key to select the menu title area.
3. Press the [+] key to choose SYSTEM to show the SYSTEM menu.
DISP
ALM
TX/RX
E/S
SYSTEM
SYSTEM SETTING
DRAFT SETTING
RANGE SETTING
TEMP SETTING
NAV DATA SETTING
TARGET ECHO
TEST MODE
DEFAULT SETTING
Menu for system setting.
[+]: Go to setting [EXIT]: Exit
System menu
4. Press the [▲] or [▼] key to select the item which you want to set.
5. Press the [+] key to show the sub menu.
6. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully counterclockwise to select EXIT.
3-1
3. SYSTEM MENU
3.2
SYSTEM SETTING Menu
The SYSTEM SETTING menu mainly sets picture layout options.
DISP
ALM
TX/RX
E/S
SYSTEM
SYSTEM SETTING
PICT ADV DIR : LEFT
DISP DIVISION :
DEPTH SCALE : RIGHT
DEPTH UNIT
: ft
FREE SHIFT
AUTO SHIFT
: OFF
: OFF
ZOOM MODE
: BOTTOM LOCK
LANGUAGE
: ENGLISH
Select picture scrolling direction.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
SYSTEM SETTING menu
PICT ADV DIR
Chooses picture advance direction: right or left which advances the picture in
both right and left directions from the screen center.
DISP DIVISION
Sets display division for the dual frequency picture.
, vertical;
, horizontal.
DEPTH SCALE
Chooses where to position the depth scale; right, center or off.
DEPTH UNIT
Chooses unit of depth measurement; meters, feet, fathoms, hiro (Japanese),
passi/braza. Note that the Japanese characters for hiro appear when using hiro.
FREE SHIFT
Sets shift value independently for each range (ON) or commonly for all ranges
(OFF).
3-2
3. SYSTEM MENU
AUTO SHIFT
Turns automatic depth shift on or off. The automatic shift function automatically
locates the bottom trace on the lower half of the screen; the range window jumps
up where the bottom trace rises over the center of the screen and jumps down
when it reaches the bottom of the screen. AUTO appears at the top right corner
of the screen when the auto shift function is on. Note that the [+] and [-] keys are
inoperative when the automatic shift function is turned on.
1/2
3/4
3/4
Range changes automatically to
locate the bottom on the lower half
of screen.
The equipment shifts to a deeper
range when the bottom comes to
the lower edge of the depth scale.
Automatic shift concept
ZOOM MODE
Chooses the zoom mode for the ZOOM position of the [FUNCTION] switch. The
choices are bottom lock, bottom zoom, marker zoom, discrimination-1/2 and
discrimination-1/3.
LANGUAGE
Chooses the language: ENGLISH or other languages. To switch language,
select language desired, then rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully
counterclockwise to select EXIT.
3-3
3. SYSTEM MENU
3.3
DRAFT SETTING Menu
The DRAFT SETTING menu sets draft value, when you require depth below the
surface.
DISP
ALM TX/RX E/S
DRAFT SETTING
SYSTEM
<High Frequency>
DRAFT
: +0.0 ft (-15
+90)
<High Frequency>
DRAFT
: +0.0 ft (-15
+90)
Set draft value if depth below surface
is needed.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
DRAFT SETTING menu
DRAFT
Sets draft depth for low and high frequencies.
3-4
3. SYSTEM MENU
3.4
RANGE SETTING Menu
The RANGE SETTING menu presets the range chosen with the [RANGE]
control.
DISP
ALM TX/RX E/S SYSTEM
RANGE SETTING
RANGE1
RANGE2
RANGE3
RANGE4
RANGE5
RANGE6
RANGE7
RANGE8
: 30 ft (16
: 60 ft
: 120 ft
: 250 ft
: 500 ft
: 1000 ft
: 1600 ft
: 3000 ft
6000)
M/Z RANGE
B/L RANGE
:
:
600)
16 ft (16
16 ft
SPLIT RANGE: OFF
Set preset range scales.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
RANGE SETTING menu
RANGE1-RANGE8
Presets basic ranges for the [RANGE] switch. Ranges must be set from shallow
to deep, and a range may not be lower than a preceding one. (Setting ranges:
5-2000 m, 16-6000 ft, 2-1200 fa, 4-1600 hiro, 3-1200 P/B)
M/Z RANGE
Sets display range of marker zoom and bottom zoom pictures. (Setting ranges:
5-200 m, 16-600 ft, 2-120 fa, 4-160 hiro, 3-120 P/B)
Note: For the vertical split screen, halve the above values.
B/L RANGE
Sets display range of bottom-lock, discrim-1/2, discrim-1/3 picture. (5-200 m,
16-600 ft, 2-120 fa, 4-160 hiro, 3-120 P/B)
Note: For the vertical split screen, halve the above values.
3-5
3. SYSTEM MENU
SPLIT RANGE
Select ON to set range for low frequency and high frequency individually.
1. Rotate the [RANGE] switch to show RANGE (LF or HF) window.
RANGE [LF]
30
60
120
250
500
1000
1600
3000
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
RANGE [HF]
Switch [LF] and [HF] by
pressing the [RANGE]
switch.
30
60
120
250
500
1000
1600
3000
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
Range window
2. Press the [RANGE] switch within five seconds to display the RANGE (LF)
window or RANGE (HF) window whichever desired.
3. Rotate the [RANGE] switch to select the range desired.
3-6
3. SYSTEM MENU
3.5
TEMP SETTING Menu
The TEMP SETTING menu sets up the water temperature sensor (FURUNOsupplied sensor only).
DISP
ALM
TX/RX
E/S
SYSTEM
TEMP SETTING
TEMP UNIT
: °F
TEMP INPUT
: SENSOR
TEMP ADJUST : +0.00°F (-20
TEMP OUTPUT : ON
+20)
TEMP READOUT: ON
TEMP GRAPH
TEMP COLOR
: OFF
: STD
Select temperature unit.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
TEMP SETTING menu
TEMP UNIT
Chooses unit of temperature measure, Celsius or Fahrenheit.
TEMP INPUT
Chooses source of water temperature data; sensor (FURUNO), or NMEA.
TEMP ADJUST
Offsets water temperature indication to improve accuracy. Effective only for
FURUNO-supplied water temperature sensor.
TEMP OUTPUT
Turn on/off water temperature data output.
TEMP READOUT
Turns on/off water temperature indication.
TEMP GRAPH
Turns on/off water temperature graph and chooses graph scale.
OFF: No water temperature graph
3-7
3. SYSTEM MENU
TEMP COLOR
Chooses the color of the temperature graph (standard, white, red, black, yellow).
Note: Standard means the fifth color from the bottom of the color bar, including
background color in 16-color display; third color in 8-color display. Yellow
means tenth (8-color display: sixth) color from the bottom of the color bar.
3.6 NAV DATA SETTING Menu
The NAV DATA SETTING menu chooses source of position and heading data.
DISP
ALM
TX/RX
E/S
SYSTEM
NAV DATA SETTING
SPEED UNIT
: kt
SPEED INPUT
SPEED ADJUST
SPEED OUTPUT
SPEED INFO
: SENSOR
: +0% (-50 +50)
: ON
: OFF
NMEA VERSION : Ver 2.0
NAV DATA
: AUTO
COURSE
: TRUE
TLL OUTPUT
: OFF
Select speed unit.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
NAV DATA SETTING menu
SPEED UNIT
Chooses unit of speed measurement from knot, kilometer and statute
miles-per-hour.
SPEED INPUT
Chooses source of speed data, sensor or NMEA.
SPEED ADJUST
Further refines speed data accuracy.
SPEED OUTPUT
Turns speed data output on/off.
3-8
3. SYSTEM MENU
NMEA VERSION
Chooses NMEA version of external navigator; Ver 1.5, Ver 2.0, Ver. 3.0 or
SPECIAL. If you are not sure of version number try both and select which one
successfully receives data. SPECIAL outputs the depth data at the rate of 600
bps.
NAV DATA
Chooses source of navigation data (NMEA talker); GPS, Loran C, Loran A,
Decca, DR or AUTO. Select AUTO when more than one talker data is input. The
order of priority is GPS, Loran C, Loran A, Decca, DR.
COURSE
Chooses heading reference (for heading data output from navigator); TRUE or
MAG (magnetic bearing).
TLL OUTPUT
Enables/disables output of L/L position to a navigation plotter when the
[MARKER/TLL] key is pressed.
3-9
3. SYSTEM MENU
3.7 TARGET ECHO Menu
The TARGET ECHO menu sets fishing objective. Four choices are available:
NORMAL, SURFACE, SQUID and DEEP SEA.
DISP
ALM
TX/RX
E/S
SYSTEM
TARGET ECHO
TARGET ECHO : NORMAL
Select target echo to optimize
sounding parameters.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
TARGET ECHO menu
TARGET ECHO
Sets up the equipment according to fishing objective
NORMAL: For general fishing.
SURFACE: For detecting surface fish. Pulse repetition rate is higher than
“NORMAL” on 1 kW and 2 kW transducers (only those transducers
registered on the menu).
SQUID:
For detecting squid and other individual fish. The items below are
automatically set as follows:
TX pulselength: Short 1
Echo stretch: ON
Smoothing-1: OFF
DEEP SEA: Same as GENERAL.
3-10
4.
INTERPRETING THE DISPLAY
This section provides, using typical examples, the information necessary for
interpreting the display.
1/1
Minute marker
Surface
noise
LF
0
0.0
0
Zero line
20
Color bar
Fish school
40
Bottom
60
49.6 m
80
Typical display
Minute Marker: The minute marker displays a minute worth of time with two
colored bars, each bar 30 seconds in time. It is useful for estimating elapsed
time.
4.1
Color Bar
The color bar shows the relation between echo intensity and echo color on the
screen. The top color (reddish-brown) is the strongest color and the lower colors
the weakest. The bar can be used as a reference to estimate density of a fish
school, fish species and hardness of the bottom. The background color can be
selected on the menu screen.
STRONG
REDDISH-BROWN
RED
ORANGE
YELLOW
GREEN
LIGHT-BLUE
BLUE
DEEP BLUE
WEAK
No Signal
49.6
m
Color bar
4-1
4. INTERPRETING THE DISPLAY
4.2
Zero Line
The zero line represents the transducer’s position. It moves off the screen when
a shifted range is used, or is shown at draft depth when ship’s draft is entered.
Zero Line
Range shifted
Zero line
4.3
Bottom Echoes
Bottom echoes are normally strongest and displayed in reddish-brown or red,
but colors and width will vary with bottom material, depth, sea condition,
installation, frequency, pulselength and sensitivity.
A hard and rough bottom appears with a longer tail because it reflects more of
the ultrasonic pulse. Because of their stronger return, shallow echoes appear
wider than deep ones even when all bottom conditions are equal. Also, a longer
bottom tail appears on slopes because of the difference in traveling time at both
edges of the beam angle. In the rugged bottom, echoes are reflected on many
different planes, overlapping to present a 3D effect.
Color difference
Rugged
bottom
Second bottom
echo
Bottom material and bottom profile
4-2
4. INTERPRETING THE DISPLAY
The nature of the bottom is known from the intensity and length of the bottom tail.
Generally, when observing the bottom nature, the lower sounding frequency is
used, the pulselength is set to long, and the gain setting is not disturbed. In the
hard and craggy bottom, the bottom appears more reddish and with a long tail.
However, the bottom with sediment may give a short tail if a low frequency
sounding is used.
Rock base
Mud & sand
Bottom nature
4.4
Fish School Echoes
Fish quantity can be estimated to a certain extent from fish echoes on the screen
if fish school size and fish school density are kept in mind.
Usually the size of fish echoes on the screen is proportional to the actual size of
the fish school. However, if two fish echoes appear at different depths with the
same size, the fish school at shallower depth is smaller because the ultrasonic
beam widens as it propagates and a fish school in deep water is displayed
larger.
Deep fish school sounding time
Shallow fish school sounding time
Size of
fish school
Large
school
Small
school
Fish school size
School depth
and sounding
time
Difference of fish school sounding times
4-3
4. INTERPRETING THE DISPLAY
If two fish schools appear with the same color at different depths, the one in
deeper water is denser because the ultrasonic wave attenuates as it propagates
and the fish school in deep water tends to be displayed in a weaker color.
Fish Echo
Less Reddish
(Sparse echo)
Reddish
(Dense echo)
Difference in
signal strength
Strong
Echo
Weak Echo
Fish school density
4.5
Other Echoes
4.5.1
Plankton
A plankton layer, a likely place to find fish, is displayed in green or blue dots. It
usually descends in the day and rises at night.
Plankton
Fish School
Plankton
4.5.2
Current rip
A current rip develops when two ocean currents of different speeds, directions
and water temperatures meet. Its on-screen appearance is as shown below.
Current Rip
Current rip
4-4
4. INTERPRETING THE DISPLAY
4.5.3
Surface noise
When the sea is rough or the ship passes over a wake, surface noise may
appear at the top of the screen. It can be suppressed with the CLUTTER
function.
Surface Noise
Surface noise
4.5.4
Aerated water
When the sea is rough or the ship makes a quick turn, gaps in the bottom echo
on the screen may appear. This is caused by air bubbles which block
propagation of the sound wave. Generally low frequency ultrasonic waves are
interrupted more easily than high ones.
Ultrasonic wave
blocked by
aerated water
Aerated water
4.5.5
False image
Every time the ultrasonic pulse is transmitted, some radiation escapes on each
side of the beam, called “side lobes.” Echoes from side lobes show on the
display as false images as below.
Main
Lobe
False Image
Side
Lobe
False image
4-5
4. INTERPRETING THE DISPLAY
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4-6
5.
MAINTENANCE,
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Do not open the equipment.
Only qualified personnel
should work inside the
equipment.
5.1
Maintenance
Regular maintenance is important for continued performance. Important points to
be checked from time to time are shown below.
Maintenance program
Check point
Action
Interval
Transducer cable
If conductors are exposed, replace cable.
Monthly
Power cable plug,
transducer cable
plug
If loosened, secure tightly.
Monthly
Grounding
If corroded, clean.
Monthly
Ship’s mains
voltage
If out of ratings, correct problem.
Monthly
Display unit
cleanliness
Dust or dirt may be removed with a soft
Monthly
cloth. Water-diluted mild detergent may be
used if desired. DO NOT use chemical
cleaners to clean the display unit; they may
remove paint and markings. Use special care
when cleaning the LCD, since it scratches
easily.
Transducer
cleanliness
Marine life on the transducer will result in a
gradual decrease in sensitivity. Check the
transducer face each time the boat is
dry-docked. Carefully remove any marine life
with piece of wood or fine sandpaper.
At dry-dock
5-1
5. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
5.2
Fuse Replacement
A 5A fuse (type: FGBO-A 5A AC125V) in the power cable protects the equipment
against overcurrent, reverse polarity of the ship’s mains and internal fault. If the fuse
blows find the cause before replacing it. Contact your dealer about replacement. (A
7A fuse (type: FGMB 7A 125V) also is contained inside the display unit. Contact
your dealer about its replacement.)
CAUTION
Use the proper fuse.
Use of a wrong fuse can cause fire or
damage the equipment.
5.3
Troubleshooting
This section provides simple troubleshooting procedures which the user may
follow to restore normal operation.
Troubleshooting
If…
there are no echoes but
the depth scale appears
there is no zero line or
zero line is not in correct
position
you suspect poor or low
sensitivity
the bottom is traced in
zigzag pattern or you
experience occasional
loss of echo
there is no depth readout
automatic shift is
inoperative
noise appear
intermittently
there is noise and
interference
5-2
Then…
•
check if the transducer is properly connected.
•
check if the range shifted. (Zero line does not appear when
the range is shifted.)
press the [-] key so as the scale starts from 0.
check that the [GAIN] control is properly set.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
the sea may be rough. Bottom is traced zigzag when the sea
is rough.
own boat may have passed over other boat’s wake, which
blocks propagation of sound wave.
check to see if bottom is present on the normal picture range.
check if bottom echo is painted in red, reddish-brown.
check if bottom echo is painted in red, reddish-brown.
check if the cables of pulse generating equipment are near
the equipment.
check that GAIN and CLUTTER are properly adjusted.
check the setting of the noise limiter.
check the equipment’s ground.
5. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
5.4
Diagnostic Test
The diagnostic test checks the equipment for proper operation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully clockwise to select MENU.
Press the [▲] key to select the menu title area at the top of screen.
Press the [+] key to select SYSTEM.
Press the [▲] or [▼] key to select TEST MODE.
Press the [+] key to open the TEST menu.
DISP
ALM
TX/RX
E/S
SYSTEM
TEST MODE
DIAGNOSTICS : NO
TEST PATTERN : NO
HI FREQ
LOW FREQ
: 200 kHz
: 50 kHz
Press and hold [MARKER] key more than
3 sec to exit from TEST MODE.
Menu for diagnostics.
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
Test menu
6. Press the [+] key twice to select YES in the setting window.
[
] : NO
[
] : YES
Test setting window
7. The ROM, SRAM, DRAM and NMEA check results appear. Water
temperature and speed also appear if appropriate sensor is connected.
Program No.
RO M
S R A M
D R A M
N M E A
Temp. SENSOR
Speed SENSOR
OOO
O
* OO
0252307-03.XX
OK
OK
OK
OK*
+85.5˚F
8.0 kt
ROM, SRAM, DRAM and NMEA test
results are shown as OK or NG (No Good).
238
8O6
O
Panel window
For testing controls.
See next page.
255
Press and hold [MARKER] key more than 3 sec to exit.
XX: Version No.
*: Requires special cable to check.
Diagnostic test results
5-3
5. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
5.4.1
Panel Test
The “panel window” at the bottom of the diagnostics display is used to check
keys and controls.
1. Press any key except the [PWR] key. The pressed key’s on-screen location
changes from 0 to 1 when the key is pressed.
2. Operate each control. The figure on the screen changes as below.
[FUNCTION]: 1 to 8
[RANGE]:
0 to 20
[MODE]:
1 to 7
[GAIN]:
0 to 255
3. To quit the diagnostic test, press the [MARKER/TLL] key more than three
seconds to return to the SYSTEM menu, then rotate the FUNCTION switch
fully counterclockwise to select EXIT.
5-4
5. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
5.5
Test Pattern
The test pattern tests for proper display of colors.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully clockwise to select MENU.
Press the [▲] key to select the menu title area at the top of the screen.
Press the [+] key to select SYSTEM.
Press the [▲] or [▼] key to select TEST MODE.
Press the [+] key.
Press the [+] key to select TEST PATTERN.
Press the [+] key twice to select YES in the dialog box.
[
] : NO
[
] : YES
Test pattern selection dialog box
8. Press the [+] key successively to change the test pattern, in the sequence
below.
16 tones
of RED
16 tones
of GREEN
16 tones
of BLUE
WHITE
RED
BLACK
BLUE
GREEN
Test pattern sequence
9. Press the [MARKER/TLL] key more than three seconds to return to the
SYSTEM menu.
10. Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully counterclockwise to select EXIT.
5-5
5. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
5.6
Restoring Default Settings
All menu options can be restored to their default settings. For your reference all
default settings are shown in the menu tree at the back of this manual.
Note: User color setting, language, target echo setting and user clutter setting
are not disturbed.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully clockwise to select MENU.
Press the [▲] key to select the menu titles at the top of the menu.
Press the [+] key to select SYSTEM.
Press the [▼] key to select DEFAULT SETTING.
Press the [+] key to show the DEFAULT SETTING menu.
DISP
ALM
TX/RX
E/S
SYSTEM
DEFAULT SETTING
DEFAULT SET : NO
[-/+]: Change set, [EXIT]: Exit
Default setting menu
6. Press the [+] key twice to select YES in the selection window.
[
] : NO
[
] : YES
Default setting selection window
7. A beep sounds while the memory is being cleared.
8. After the beep stops, rotate the [FUNCTION] switch fully counterclockwise to
select EXIT.
5-6
APPENDIX
Menu Tree
[FUNCTION] switch
CLUTTER
HF CLUTTER (0-5, 2)
HF CURVE (STD, LINEAR, CUSTOM)
LF CLUTTER (0-5, 2)
LF CURVE (STD, LINEAR, CUSTOM)
TVG
HF TVG LEV (0-10, 5)
Underline: default setting
HF TVG DIST (100ft-3000ft, 600ft)
LF TVG LEV (0-10, 5)
LF TVG DIST (100ft-3000ft, 600ft)
SIG LEVEL
SIGNAL LEV (OFF, 16 colors: 1-9, 8 colors: 1-4)
ADVANCE/A-SCOPE
PIC ADVNC (STOP, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1/1, 2/1, 3/1, 4/1)
A-SCOPE (OFF, ON)
NL
*1
HF FREQ ADJ (-10.0-+10.0% , +0.0%)
HF NOISE LIM (OFF, N1, N2, N3)
*1: The setting range is limited
LF FREQ ADJ (-10.0-+10.0%, +0.0%) because the following frequencies
LF NOISE LIM (OFF, N1, N2, N3)
can not be used:
54-64 kHz, 112-122 kHz, 171-181 kHz
(Continued on the next page)
A-1
APPENDIX
(Continued from previous page)
PROG
USER-1
SCREEN LAYOUT (
DISP MODE
)
([HF]:Normal, [LF]: Normal,
[HF]:Zoom, [LF]:Zoom, [MIX]:Normal)
([HF]:Zm/Nor, [LF]: Zm/Nor,
[LF]+[HF], [LF]Zm+[HF]Zm, [HF]+[MIX], [LF]+[MIX])
([LF]+[HF]:Zm/Nor, [LF]: Zm/Nor+[HF], [LF]+[HF]+[MIX])
([LF]Zm/Nor+[HF]Zm/Nor)
ZOOM MODE (BOTTOM LOCK, BOTTOM ZOOM, MARKER ZOOM,
DISCRIM-1/2, DISCRIM-1/3)
TARGET ECHO (NORMAL, SURFACE, SQUID, DEEP SEA)
USER-2
SCREEN LAYOUT (Same as USER-1, default setting:
)
DISP MODE (Same as USER-1, default setting: [LF]Zm/Nor+[HF]Zm/Nor)
ZOOM MODE (Same as USER-1, default setting: BOTTOM ZOOM)
TARGET ECHO (Same as USER-1, default setting: NORMAL)
USER-1, USER-2
NAV DATA DISP (OFF, LEFT, RIGHT)
NAV DATA MODE* (ALPHANUMERIC, GRAPHIC1,
GRAPHIC2)
* = When LEFT or RIGHT is selected at NAV DATA DISP.
SHIFT/PROG KEY
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A-2
(SHIFT, PIC ADVNC, SIGNAL LEVEL, HUE, WHITE LINE,
PRR LEVEL, BOTTOM LEVEL, A-SCOPE, AUTO SHIFT,
AUTO MODE)
APPENDIX
(Continued from previous page)
USER COLOR SETTING
COLOR NO. (BKGD, 16 colors: ECHO1-ECHO15,
8 colors: ECHO1-ECHO7)
RED (0-15, 0)
GREEN (0-15, 2)
BLUE (0-15, 9)
DEFAULT (NO, YES)
CUSTOM (NO, YES)
USER CLUTTER SETTING
COLOR-7 (1-14, 3)
COLOR-6 (1-14, 3)
COLOR-5 (1-14, 3)
COLOR-4 (1-14, 3)
COLOR-3 (1-14, 3)
COLOR-2 (1-14, 3)
COLOR-1 (1-14, 3)
BACKGROUND (1-14, 3)
DEFAULT (NO, YES)
MENU
DISP
NO. OF COLORS (8, 16)
HUE (CUSTOM, STD, HUE1-7)
BACKGROUND (BLACK, DARK BLUE, BLUE,
LIGHTBLUE, WHITE)
WHITE LINE (OFF, 1-10)
DEPTH INFO (OFF, STD, LARGE, RIGHT)
MARKER SELECT (VRM, WHITE MARKER)
ZOOM MARKER (OFF, ON)
DISPLAY DATA (OFF, L/L, TD, TIMER, GAIN, R/B,
COURSE)
SCROLL TIME (OFF, ON)
ECHO STRETCH (OFF, ON)
SMOOTHING-1 (OFF, 1-4, 3)
SMOOTHING-2 (OFF, ON)
ALM
BOTTOM ALARM (OFF, ON)
ALARM DEPTH (0-6000ft, 0ft)
ALARM ZONE (1-6000ft, 10ft)
FISH ALARM (OFF, FISH, BTM-FISH)
ALARM DEPTH (FISH: 0-6000ft, 0ft)
(BTM-FISH: 0.0-600.0ft, 0.0ft)
ALARM ZONE (FISH:1-6000ft, 10ft)
(BTM-FISH:0.1-600.0ft, 1.0ft)
ALARM LEVEL (MIN, MID, MAX)
TEMP ALARM (OFF, WITHIN RANGE, OUT OF RANGE)
TEMP LIMIT (20.00-95.00, 65.00°F)
ALARM ZONE (0.01-30.00, 1.00°F)
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TX/RX
PRR LEVEL (0-20, S, 20)
STC (0-10, 0)
GAIN ADJ (-38-+12, +0)
RX BAND (NARROW, STD, WIDE)
TX PULSE (SHORT1, SHORT2, STD, LONG, MANUAL)
PULSE LENGTH (0.2msec-5.0msec, 0.2msec)
HF and LF should be set.
E/S
FREQ CHOICE (Set frequency of high and low frequencies.)
PWR REDUCTION (OFF, ON)
BOTTOM SEARCH (AUTO, LF, HF)
BOTTOM LEVEL (+0, -40 to +0)
AUTO MODE (OFF, CRUISING, FISHING)
SYSTEM
SYSTEM SETTING
PICT ADV DIR (LEFT, RIGHT)
DISP DIVISION (
,
)
DEPTH SCALE (RIGHT, CENTER, OFF)
DEPTH UNIT (m, ft, fa, hiro, P/B)
FREE SHIFT (ON, OFF)
AUTO SHIFT (ON, OFF)
ZOOM MODE (BOTTOM LOCK, BOTTOM ZOOM,
MARKER ZOOM,DISCRIM-1/2, DISCRIM-1/3)
LANGUAGE (ENGLISH, OTHER)
DRAFT SETTING
DRAFT (+0.0, -15 to +90. Sets draft depth for both
high and low frequencies.)
RANGE SETTING
RANGE1 (16-6000ft, 30ft)
RANGE2 (16-6000ft, 60ft)
RANGE3 (16-6000ft, 120ft)
RANGE4 (16-6000ft, 250ft)
RANGE5 (16-6000ft, 500ft)
RANGE6 (16-6000ft, 1000ft)
RANGE7 (16-6000ft, 1600ft)
RANGE8 (16-6000ft, 3000ft)
M/Z RANGE (16-600ft, 16ft)
B/L RANGE (16-600ft, 16ft)
SPLIT RANGE (OFF, ON)
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TEMP SETTING
TEMP UNIT (°C, °F)
TEMP INPUT (SENSOR, NMEA)
TEMP ADJUST (+0.00°F, -20 - +20)
TEMP OUTPUT (ON, OFF)
TEMP READOUT (OFF, ON)
TEMP GRAPH (OFF, NARROW, STD, EXPAND)
TEMP COLOR (STD, WHITE, RED, BLACK, YELLOW)
NAV DATA SETTING
SPEED UNIT (kt, km/h, MPH)
SPEED INPUT (SENSOR, NMEA)
SPEED ADJUST (+0%, -50 - +50%)
SPEED OUTPUT (OFF, ON)
SPEED INFO (OFF, ON)
NMEA VERSION (Ver 1.5, Ver 2.0, Ver 3.0, SPECIAL)
NAV DATA (LC, LA, DECCA, GPS, DR, AUTO)
COURSE (TRUE, MAG)
TLL OUTPUT (OFF, ON)
TARGET ECHO
TARGET ECHO (NORMAL, SURFACE, SQUID, DEEP SEA)
TEST MODE
DIAGNOSTICS (NO, YES)
TEST PATTERN (NO, YES)
DEFAULT SETTING
DEFAULT SET (NO, YES)
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APPENDIX
Screen Division
The screen may be divided as below with SCREEN LAYOUT on the USER-1/2 sub menu of
the USER menu.
Full screen
A-6
HIGH
NORMAL
LOW
NORMAL
HIGH
ZOOM
[HF]: Normal
[LF]: Normal
[HF]: Zoom
LOW
ZOOM
MIX
NORMAL
[LF]: Zoom
[MIX]: Normal
APPENDIX
Halves screen
H
Z
O
O
M
H
HIGH
NORMAL
N
O
R
M
A
L
HIGH
ZOOM
L
Z
O
O
M
L
N
O
R
M
A
L
[HF]: Zm/Nor
L
H
N
O
R
M
A
L
N
O
R
M
A
L
HIGH
NORMAL
LOW
NORMAL
N
O
R
M
A
L
L
H
Z
O
O
M
Z
O
O
M
HIGH
ZOOM
LOW
ZOOM
[LF]:Zm+[HF]:Zm
M
I
X
MIX
NORMAL
N
O
R
HIGH
NORMAL
[HF]+[MIX]
LOW
ZOOM
[LF]: Zm/Nor
[LF]+[HF]
H
LOW
NORMAL
L
N
O
R
M
A
L
M
I
X
MIX
NORMAL
N
O
R
LOW
NORMAL
[LF]+[MIX]
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APPENDIX
Thirds screen
L
N
O
R
M
A
L
H
HIGH
NORMAL
H
Z
O
O
M
N
O
R
M
A
L
HIGH
ZOOM
LOW
NORMAL
[LF]+[HF]: Zm/Nor
L
H
N
O
R
M
A
L
N
O
R
M
A
L
M
I
X
N
O
R
MIX
NORMAL
HIGH
NORMAL
LOW
NORMAL
[LF]+[HF]+[MIX]
Fourths screen
LOW
NOR
HIGH
NOR
LOW
ZOOM
HIGH
ZOOM
[LF]: Zm/Nor+[HF]: Zm/Nor
A-8
L
L
H
Z
O
O
M
N
O
R
M
A
L
N
O
R
M
A
L
HIGH
NORMAL
LOW
NORMAL
LOW
ZOOM
[LF]: Zm/Nor+[HF]
APPENDIX
Display Division
The display may be divided vertically and horizontally as shown below with DISP DIVISION
on the SYSTEM SETTING menu.
Vertical division
LF or HF
NORMAL
LOW/HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW/HIGH
S
C
O
P
E
LOW
HIGH
S
C
O
P
E
LOW/
HIGH
ZOOM
A
A
A-SCOPE
"ON"
ZOOM
DUAL
Z
O
O
M
H
I
G
H
/
L
O
W
A
S
C
O
P
E
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APPENDIX
Horizontal division
LF or HF
ZOOM
DUAL
LOW/HIGH
HIGH
NORMAL
LOW/HIGH
LOW
A
A-SCOPE
"ON"
A-10
LOW/
HIGH
S
C
O
P
E
ZOOM
A
HIGH
S
C
P
LOW/
HIGH
A
LOW
S
C
P
A
S
C
P
A
ZOOM
S
C
P
SPECIFICATIONS OF THE COLOR LCD VIDEO SOUNDER
FCV-1100L
1. ECHO SOUNDER
1.1. TX Frequency
28/45/50/67/68/88/107/150/200 kHz, select 2 channels
1.2. Output Power
1, 2 or 3 kWrms
1.3. TX Rate
Max. 2000 pulse/min (5 to 2000 m range, normal mode)
1.4. Pulselength
0.2 to 5.0 msec
2. DISPLAY UNIT
2.1. Display Mode
10.4 inch TFT color LCD, VGA: 640 x 480 pixels
2.2. Echo Color
8 or 16 colors according to echo intensity.
2.3. Background Color
Selectable among 5 colors.
2.4. Display Mode
Single mode (high/low frequency), Dual-frequency, Zoom, Mix,
A-scope
2.5. Zoom Display
Marker zoom, Bottom zoom, Bottom-lock expansion
2.6. Range Shift
Range: 5-2000 m, Shift: 0-2000 m, Expansion range: 5-200 m
2.7. Display Advance Speed 7 steps (Lines/TX: Freeze, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1/1, 2/1, 3/1, 4/1)
2.8. Alarm
Fish alarm, Water temperature alarm, Bottom alarm
2.9. Noise Limiter
Frequency adjustable range: ±10% or
-10.0 to +6% for 28 kHz, -4.0 to +10% for 67/68 kHz,
-10.0 to +4% for 107 kHz, -9.0 to +10% for 200 kHz
2.10. Automatic Indication
Full-auto, Automatic bottom tracking,
Water temperature graph (optional sensor required)
3. INTERFACE
3.1. Data Format
IEC 61162-1, NMEA0183 Ver.1.5/2.0/3.0
3.2. Input Data
GGA, GLC, GLL, GTD, MTW, RMA, RMB, RMC, BWC, VTG, VHW,
XTE. Any talker is available
3.3. Output Data
SDDBS, SDDBT, SDDPT, SDTLL, YCMTW*, VWVHW
*: Optional sensor required
4. POWER SUPPLY
4.1. Voltage and Current
12-24 VDC: 3.3-1.7 A
4.2. Power Consumption
40 VA or less
4.3. Rectifier (option)
100/110/220/230 VAC available
SP - 1
E2367S01C
5. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION
5.1. Temperature
-15 °C to +55 °C
5.2. Relative Humidity
Less than 95% (at 40°C)
5.3. Water Resistance
Display Unit (Panel): IEC IPX5
6. COATING COLOR
6.1. Display Unit
Panel: N3.0 Sleektone No.535, Chassis: 2.5GY5/1.5
SP - 2
E2367S01C
INDEX
A
F
Aerated water.............................................. 4-5
ALM menu................................................... 2-6
A-scope display ........................................ 1-20
Automatic mode.........................................2-11
False image.................................................4-5
Fish alarm....................................................2-6
Fish school echoes......................................4-3
Free shift......................................................3-2
Fuse replacement........................................5-2
B
Background color........................................ 2-3
Bottom alarm............................................... 2-6
Bottom echo................................................ 4-2
Bottom level ...............................................2-11
Bottom search............................................2-11
Bottom-lock display
example .................................................. 1-6
range....................................................... 3-5
Bottom-zoom display .................................. 1-7
BRILL key.................................................... 1-3
BTM-FISH alarm......................................... 2-6
G
GAIN control..............................................1-13
Gain offset ...................................................2-9
H
Heading reference.......................................3-9
Hue ..............................................................2-3
I
Indications ...................................................1-2
L
Language.....................................................3-3
C
Clutter
adjusting................................................ 1-15
customizing ........................................... 2-17
Color bar ..................................................... 4-1
Colors
customizing ........................................... 2-16
selection.................................................. 2-3
Controls....................................................... 1-1
Current rip ................................................... 4-4
M
Maintenance................................................5-1
Marker line.................................................1-14
MARKER/TLL key .....................................1-14
Marker-zoom display
example ...................................................1-7
range .......................................................3-5
Menu tree ................................................... A-1
Mix display.................................................1-10
MODE switch...............................................1-4
D
Default settings ........................................... 5-6
Depth indication .......................................... 2-3
Depth scale ................................................. 3-2
Depth unit.................................................... 3-2
Diagnostic test ............................................ 5-3
Discrimination display ................................. 1-8
DISP menu.................................................. 2-3
Display data ................................................ 2-4
Display division ....................................3-2, A-9
DRAFT SETTING menu ............................. 3-4
Dual frequency display ............................... 1-5
E
E/S menu .................................................. 2-10
Echo stretch ................................................ 2-5
N
NAV DATA SETTING menu.........................3-8
Navigation data source................................3-9
Noise limiter...............................................1-21
P
Panel test.....................................................5-4
Picture advance
direction ...................................................3-2
speed.....................................................1-18
speed dependent.....................................2-8
Plankton.......................................................4-4
Power reduction ........................................ 2-11
Pulse repetition rate ....................................2-8
Index-1
INDEX
Pulselength ................................................. 2-9
PWR key ..................................................... 1-2
R
RANGE SETTING menu ............................ 3-5
RANGE switch ...........................................1-11
RX band ...................................................... 2-9
S
Screen division ..................................2-13, A-6
Scroll time ................................................... 2-5
Shift
automatic ................................................ 3-3
manual .................................................. 1-12
SHIFT/PROG key
operating ............................................... 1-22
programming......................................... 2-15
Signal level................................................ 1-17
Smoothing................................................... 2-5
Speed data setup................................. 3-8, 3-9
STC............................................................. 2-9
Surface noise.............................................. 4-5
System configuration ......................................v
SYSTEM menu ........................................... 3-1
SYSTEM SETTING menu .......................... 3-2
Index-2
T
TARGET ECHO menu...............................3-10
Temp alarm..................................................2-6
Temperature data setup .......................3-7, 3-8
Test pattern..................................................5-5
TLL output ...................................................3-9
Troubleshooting...........................................5-2
TVG ...........................................................1-16
Tx pulse .......................................................2-9
TX/RX menu................................................2-8
U
USER CLUTTER SETTING menu............2-17
USER COLOR SETTING menu................2-16
User display.................................................1-9
USER menu ..............................................2-12
V
VRM...........................................................1-13
W
White line.....................................................2-3
White marker ...............................................2-4
Z
Zero line.......................................................4-2
Zoom
displays....................................................1-6
mode preset ............................................3-3
Zoom marker ...............................................2-4
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