Furuno GP-1610C GPS Receiver User Manual

GP-1610C
Color GPS Plotter
The purpose of this Operator's Guide is to provide the basic operating procedures for this
equipment. For more detailed information see the operator's manual.
Waypoint
Chart
(Requires chart
card.)
01
(Marks important
point (buoy, etc.);
can be set as
destination.)
Course bar
Mark
Own ship mark
(Marks point
of interest,
reef, etc.)
(Shows current
position.)
Ship’s track
Speed
Course
Depth
(Requires
sensor.)
CSE 350.0° SPD 16.8kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP 1 6 . 0 °C 13:42
POS 34°26.345’N 135°41.232’E
Position-fixing mode
Time
Position
Water temperature
(Requires sensor.)
Sample plotter display
The GP-1610C is a fully integrated color video plotter and GPS receiver. To find position,
simply turn on the power. As your boat moves its track is inscribed on the display.
1
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
Do not open the equipment.
Use the proper fuse.
Hazardous voltage which can
cause electrical shock, burn or
serious injury exists inside the
equipment. Only qualified
personnel should work inside
the equipment.
Use of a wrong fuse can result in fire or
permanent equipment damage.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury
can result.
Turn off the power immediately if water
leaks into the equipment or the equipment is emitting smoke or fire.
Continued use of the equipment can cause
fire or electrical shock.
Do not place liquid-filled containers on
the top of the equipment.
Fire or electrical shock can result if a
liquid spills into the equipment.
Do not operate the equipment with wet
hands.
Electrical shock can result.
Keep heater away from equipment.
Heat can alter equipment shape and melt
the power cord, which can cause fire or
electrical shock.
2
CAUTION
GPS position and velocity accuracies
are controlled by the U.S. Department
of Defense. Position may be degraded
up to 100 meters.
Do not use the equipment for other than
its intended purpose.
Personal injury can result if the equipment
is used as a chair or stepping stool, for
example.
Do not place objects on the top of the
equipment.
The equipment can overheat or personal
injury can result if the object falls.
Inserting a Chart Card
1 Turn off the power.
2 Open the chart card drive cover at the bottom of the display unit.
Screws
Cover
3 Insert chart card label side up, arrow forward.
Arrow forward
Chart
card
EJECT
button
4 Close the chart card drive cover.
To eject a chart card:
1 Open the chart card drive cover.
2 Press the EJECT button.
Note: If no chart card is inserted a general world map appears.
3
Displaying the Plotter Picture
Press the POWER key to turn on the equipment. A beep sounds and shortly thereafter the
plotter display appears.
1 Press the POWER key.
Results of self-test;
displayed for about
one second.
ROM
RAM
VRAM
Battery
OK
OK
OK
OK
Program No. = 02522521**
Base Chart No. =
Warning on chart
card usage; appears
for about one minute.
MENU
ESC
NU/CU
ENT
DISP
SEL 1
EVENT
MOB 6
WPT
2
GOTO
7
MARK
3
PLTR
8
ZOOM
IN 4
ZOOM
OUT 9
– – WARNING– –
NO NATIONAL HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE HAS VERIFIED THE
INFORMATION IN THIS COASTLINE
DATA CARD AND NONE ACCEPT
LIABILITY FOR THE ACCURACY OF
REPRODUCTION OR ANY
MODIFICATIONS MADE THEREAFTER.
THIS PRODUCT WITH THIS
COASTLINE DATA CARD DOES NOT
REPLACE THE REQUIREMENT TO
USE THE APPROPRIATE PRODUCTS
FOR NAVIGATION ACCORDING TO
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL
REGULATONS. CNTR
5
TONE
CURS
0
CLR
1
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
POWER
Plotter display
(Position being
calculated.)
BRG+ 232.0° RNG+ 0.00nm ACQ
DEP 110m TMP 16 .0°C 13:41
+ 34°43.801'N 135°21.163'E
ACQ means acquiring
satellite; position is
not reliable.
Plotter display
(Position now reliable.
Chart appears about
20 sec after power
is turned on. At initial
power on it takes
two minutes.)
BRG+ 232.0° RNG+ 0.00nm 2D
DEP 110m TMP 16 .0°C 13:41
+ 34°43.801'N 135°21.163'E
4
2D or 3D means
position is reliable.
Confirm this indication before using
the equipment.
Adjusting Tone and Brilliance
1 Press the TONE key.
Adjust tone or brilliance
within 10 seconds,
otherwise the display
will be erased.
LOW HIGH
TONE : 5 ■■■■■□□□□□
LOW HIGH
3
BRILL : 8 ■■■■■■■■
Ten levels of tone are
provided.
Eight levels of brilliance
are provided.
2 Press t or s to adjust tone.
2
3 Press ▲ or ▼ to adjust
brilliance.
MENU
ESC
NU/CU
ENT
DISP
SEL 1
EVENT
MOB 6
WPT
2
GOTO
7
MARK
3
PLTR
8
ZOOM
IN 4
ZOOM
OUT 9
CNTR
5
TONE
CURS
0
CLR
1
POWER
5
How to Use the Cursor
If the cursor is not
displayed press
the CURS key.
1
Position
Cursor
intersection
Cursor position
in lattitude and
longitude
BRG+ 232.0° RNG+ 0.00nm 2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 13:55
+ 34°43.801'N 135°21.163'E
Bearing and
range from
own ship to
cursor
1 Press ▲ ▼ t s.
Find the
position of a
cape.
0
MENU
ESC
NU/CU
ENT
DISP
SEL 1
EVENT
MOB 6
WPT
2
GOTO
7
MARK
3
PLTR
8
ZOOM
IN 4
ZOOM
OUT 9
Cape
CNTR
5
Cursor position is digitally displayed on the
screen.
TONE
CURS
0
CLR
POWER
Latitude and longitude
position of cape
Turn off the
cursor.
BRG+ 45.0° RNG+ 0.37nm 2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 14:00
+ 35°21.284'N 136°32.212'E
Bearing and
range from
own ship to
cape
2 Press the CURS key.
The CURS key
alternately displays and
erases the cursor.
Speed
Course
Position
6
CSE 180.0° SPD 0.0kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 14:23
POS 34°26.345'N 135°41.232'E
2
Registering Your Harbor
By registering your harbor as a waypoint, you can later use it as a destination waypoint, when
returning home.
Before departing
register your harbor as a waypoint.
1 Press the WPT key.
Confirm that "Own
Position" is in reverse
video. If it is not, press
▲ to do so.
Own Position
Cursor
WPT List
Event to WPT
ENT: Sel ESC: Cancel
SELECT WPT MODE
2 Press the ENT key.
Date and time of
entry appears.
WPT at Own Position
LAT:
34°26.345'N
LONG: 135°41.232'E
No:
001
MARK: _ _
CMNT: 27MAR97 14
: Cursor
: Column
ENT: Enter MENU: Sel Mode
1
MENU
ESC
NU/CU
ENT
DISP
SEL 1
EVENT
MOB 6
WPT
2
GOTO
7
MARK
3
PLTR
8
ZOOM
IN 4
ZOOM
OUT 9
CNTR
5
TONE
2,
3
CURS
0
CLR
POWER
3 Press the ENT key.
WPT 01 is displayed at
own ship's position.
Waypoints can be automatically entered in
sequential order.
01
To erase a waypoint,
place the cursor on it
and press the CLR key.
CSE 180.0°
SPD 0.0kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 14:35
POS 34°26.345'N 135°41.232'E
7
Setting Destination
When you set a destination, this unit computes the range, bearing and course to the destination. To display your destination on the screen select a small display range or scale. To set as
destination a point which is 20 nm from your harbor do the following:
Shrink display
range or scale.
CSE 180.0° SPD 0.0kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 14:40
POS 34°26.345’N 135°41.232’E
1 Press the ZOOM OUT key.
Press until position
for destination
appears.
MENU
ESC
NU/CU
ENT
DISP
SEL 1
EVENT
MOB 6
WPT
2
GOTO
7
MARK
3
PLTR
8
ZOOM
IN 4
ZOOM
OUT 9
CNTR
5
TONE
CURS
0
CLR
POWER
Destination
point
CSE 180.0° SPD 0.0 kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 14:53
POS 34°26.345’N 135°41.232’E
Set point as
destination.
If "Cursor/Route plan"
is not in reverse video,
press ▼ to do so.
8
2 Press the GOTO key.
SELECT GOTO MODE
WPT List
EVENT List
ROUTE List
Cursor/Route plan
ENT: Sel
CLR: Release
ESC: Cancel
2
1
4
3 Press the ENT key.
: Cursor
ENT: Set
ENT twice: complete
MENU: SEL Mode
4 Place cursor on
destination.
5 Press the ENT key twice.
MENU
ESC
NU/CU
ENT
DISP
SEL 1
EVENT
MOB 6
WPT
2
GOTO
7
MARK
3
PLTR
8
ZOOM
IN 4
ZOOM
OUT 9
CNTR
5
TONE
Current position is
marked as "00" and
the destination with a
flag . A dashed line Own ship’s
00
connects current
position
Destination
position and the flag;
Course
it shows shortest
course to destination.
WP801 175.0°
15nm
Bearing and range
CSE 180.0° SPD 0.0kt
2D
to the destination
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 14:57
POS 34°26.345’N 135°41.232’E
appear at the
bottom of the screen.
Bearing and range to destination
3,
5
CURS
0
CLR
POWER
9
Sailing for Destination
Steer towards destination.
00
WP801 175.0°
15nm
CSE 180.0° SPD 16.8kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 15:00
POS 34°26.345’N 185°41.232’E
Steer towards destination.
Steer the boat so its
track traces along the
course bar, for shortest
course to destination.
Course
bar
00
WP801 175.0°
14.7nm
CSE 175.0° SPD 16.8kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 15:00
POS 34°26.345’N 185°41.232’E
10
Arriving at Destination
When nearing your destination, expand the range scale.
Expand the
display range or
scale.
00
WP801 173.0°
5.2nm
CSE 175.0° SPD 16.8kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 15:15
POS 33°33.979’N 137°07.290’E
1 Press the ZOOM IN key.
Press the key to obtain
detailed view of arrival
area.
1
MENU
ESC
NU/CU
ENT
DISP
SEL 1
EVENT
MOB 6
WPT
2
GOTO
7
MARK
3
PLTR
8
ZOOM
IN 4
ZOOM
OUT 9
CNTR
5
TONE
CURS
0
CLR
POWER
WP801 173.0°
5.2nm
CSE 160.0° SPD 16.8kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 15:25
POS 33°33.979’N 137°07.290’E
11
Entering Marks
Marks may be used to denote the location of fish schools, good fishing spots, reefs, etc.
Fish caught
here
WP801 173.0°
5.2nm
CSE 173.0° SPD 16.8kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 16:01
POS 33°33.979’N 137°07.290’E
MENU
ESC
NU/CU
ENT
DISP
SEL 1
EVENT
MOB 6
WPT
2
GOTO
7
MARK
3
PLTR
8
ZOOM
IN 4
ZOOM
OUT 9
1 Press the MARK key.
A red circle (default color
and shape) appears at
own ship’s position the
moment the key is
pressed.
Note: When the cursor is
displayed a mark is entered
at the cursor position.
To erase a mark,
place the cursor
on it and press
the CLR key.
12
1
Red
CNTR
5
TONE
WP801 170.0°
4.8nm
CSE 171.0° SPD 16.8kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 16:07
POS 33°26.154’N 137°03.731’E
CURS
0
CLR
POWER
Changing Mark Shape, Color
You may wish to display marks in different shapes and colors to differentiate between reefs
and fish schools, for example. The procedure below shows how to change from red circle to
green diamond.
WP801 170.0°
4.8nm
1
CSE 170.0° SPD 16.8kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 16:09
POS 33°26.154’N 137°03.731’E
1 Press the MENU key.
2
MENU
ESC
NU/CU
ENT
DISP
SEL 1
EVENT
MOB 6
WPT
2
GOTO
7
MARK
3
PLTR
8
ZOOM
IN 4
ZOOM
OUT 9
MAIN MENU
1. DISPLAY SETUP
2. TRACK/MARK SETUP
3. ERASE TRACK/MARK
CNTR
5
CURS
0
4. ROUTE/ROUTE LIST
5. ALARM SETUP
TONE
CLR
6.
7. MEMORY SAVE/LOAD
POWER
8. CLEAR MEMORY
0. SYSTEM MENU
: Cursor
ESC: Esc
2 Press the [2] key.
TRACK/MARK SETUP
EVENT SHAPE
MARK SHAPE
LINE TYPE
MARK COLOR
RED YEL GRN LBLU PPL BLU WHT
TRACK COLOR
RED YEL GRN LBLU PPL BLU WHT
MARK SIZE
L
S
PLOT
ON
OFF
PLOT INTVL
TIME
DIST
00 10
00.10nm
: Cursor
AUTO
ESC: Esc
13
3 Press t to select
MARK SHAPE.
4,
6
4 Press s twice to select
" ".
7
5 Press ▼ twice to select
MARK COLOR.
6 Press s twice to select
GREEN.
7 Press the ESC key.
8
MENU
ESC
NU/CU
ENT
DISP
SEL 1
EVENT
MOB 6
WPT
2
GOTO
7
MARK
3
PLTR
8
ZOOM
IN 4
ZOOM
OUT 9
CNTR
5
TONE
8 Press the MARK key.
Red
Green
WP801 170.0°
3.2nm
CSE 177.0° SPD 16.8kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 16:15
POS 33°21.832’N 137°07.614’E
14
CURS
0
CLR
POWER
3,
5
Returning to Harbor
Set your harbor as destination, and the course, range and bearing to it are displayed on the
screen.
Set waypoint 01,
which you
entered earlier,
as destination.
1 Press the GOTO key.
SELECT GOTO MODE
WPT List
EVENT List
ROUTE List
Cursor/Route plan
ENT: Sel
CLR: Release
ESC: Cancel
2 Press ▲ three times to
select WPT List.
3 Press the ENT key.
2
MENU
ESC
NU/CU
ENT
DISP
SEL 1
EVENT
MOB 6
WPT
2
GOTO
7
MARK
3
PLTR
8
ZOOM
IN 4
ZOOM
OUT 9
CNTR
5
TONE
3,
4
1
CURS
0
CLR
WAYPOINT LIST
No.
LAT/LONG
001
34°26.345’ N
135°41.243’ E
COMMENT
POWER
970121 14
002
003
: Cursor
ENT: Edit
: Page
CLR: Delete WPT
MENU: Sel Mode
4 Press the ENT key.
Current position is marked
by "00." It is connected to
destination 01 with
a dashed line, which
shows shortest course
to destination. Range and
bearing to the destination
appear at the bottom of
the screen.
01
Course
Ship’s
position
00
WP001 315.0°
15.0nm
CSE 320.0°
SPD 0.0kt
2D
DEP 110 m TMP - - .-°C 17:30
POS 33°24.327’N 136°54.321’E
15
Cancel destination; turn off
the equipment.
5 After arriving, press the
GOTO key.
SELECT GOTO MODE
WPT List
EVENT List
ROUTE List
Cursor/Route plan
ENT: Sel
CLR: Release
ESC: Cancel
6 Press the CLR key.
RELEASE GOTO
ENT: YES
ESC: NO
8
7
MENU
ESC
NU/CU
ENT
DISP
SEL 1
EVENT
MOB 6
WPT
2
GOTO
7
MARK
3
PLTR
8
ZOOM
IN 4
ZOOM
OUT 9
CNTR
5
TONE
CURS
0
CLR
POWER
7 Press the ENT key.
Destination is cancelled
and course line
disappears.
8 Press the ESC key.
9 Press the POWER key.
(9703,DAMI)
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