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COLOR DGPS/PLOTTER/SOUNDER
COLOR GPS/PLOTTER/SOUNDER
GP-1650DF, GP-1650F FURUNO/NAVIONICS
GP-1650DF, GP-1650F FURUNO/C-MAP NT
C
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P U B . N o . O M E -4 3 9 4 2
( DAMI )
GP-1650F /1650DF
FIRST
EDITION
N2
:
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N O V. 1 9 9 8
OCT. 7, 2 0 0 2
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
CAUTION
Do not open the equipment.
Do not use the equipment for other than
its intended purpose.
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 the equipment as a stepping stool,
for example, can result in personal injury
or equipment damage.
No one navigation device should ever be
solely replied upon for the navigation of
a vessel.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Always confirm position against all available
aids to navigation, for safety of vessel and
crew.
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.
GPS position and velocity accuracies
are controlled by the U.S. Department of
Defense. Position may be degraded
up to 100 meters.
Continued use of the equipment can cause
fire or electrical shock.
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.
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.
WARNING
To avoid electrical shock, do not
remove cover. No user-serviceable
parts inside.
Name: Warning Label (1)
Type: 86-003-1011-0
Code No.: 100-236-230
Do not operate the equipment with wet
hands.
Electrical shock can result.
Keep heater away from equipment.
About the TFT LCD
Heat can alter equipment shape and melt
the power cord, which can cause fire or
electrical shock.
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.
i
i
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD ....................................... iv
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ....... v
4. TRACK
4.1 Displaying Track ..............................
4.2 Stopping/Restarting Plotting of
Track ................................................
4.3 Changing Track Color ......................
4.4 Track Plotting Method, Interval ........
4.5 Changing Track Memory Capacity ..
4.6 Erasing All Track ..............................
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
Display Unit Controls ....................... 1-1
Inserting Mini Chart Card................. 1-2
Turning the Power On/Off ................ 1-2
Adjusting Tone and Brilliance .......... 1-3
Plotter Displays ................................ 1-3
Sounder Displays ............................ 1-4
Menu Operation, Soft Keys ............. 1-4
Demonstration Display .................... 1-5
4-1
4-2
4-2
4-2
4-3
4-4
5. MARK
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
Entering Mark ..................................
Changing Mark Attributes ................
Changing Mark Size ........................
Erasing Marks ..................................
Displaying Track and Mark Points ...
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-4
2. VIDEO SOUNDER
OPERATION
6. WAYPOINTS
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
Principle of Operation ...................... 2-1
Sounder Display Description ........... 2-2
Plotter/Sounder Display ................... 2-4
Dual-frequency Display ................... 2-4
Automatic Sounder Operation ......... 2-5
Manual Sounder Operation ............. 2-5
Measuring Depth ............................. 2-6
Suppressing Interference ................ 2-7
Suppressing Low Level Noise ......... 2-7
Erasing Weak Echoes ..................... 2-8
White Marker ................................... 2-8
Selecting Picture Advance Speed ... 2-9
Selecting Background and Echo
Colors .............................................. 2-9
2.14 Alarms ............................................ 2-10
2.15 Interpreting the Display ................... 2-11
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Entering Waypoints ..........................
Erasing Individual Waypoints ..........
Changing Waypoint Data .................
Waypoint Mark Size .........................
Changing Waypoint Position on
the Plotter Display ...........................
6.6 Searching Waypoints .......................
6-1
6-4
6-4
6-5
6-5
6-5
7. ROUTES
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
Entering Routes ...............................
Connecting Routes ..........................
Inserting, Removing Waypoints .......
Creating Track-based Routes ..........
Erasing Routes ................................
7-1
7-2
7-2
7-4
7-5
3. PLOTTER DISPLAYS
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
8. NAVIGATION
Presentation Modes ......................... 3-1
Cursor .............................................. 3-2
Shifting the Display .......................... 3-2
Selecting Chart Scale/Range .......... 3-2
Mini Chart Cards .............................. 3-2
Navigation Data Display .................. 3-5
Steering Display .............................. 3-6
Highway Display .............................. 3-7
Changing Operation Mode .............. 3-8
Navigation Trip Distance ................. 3-8
8.1 Navigating to “Quick Points” ............
8.2 Navigating to Waypoints
(waypoint list) ...................................
8.3 Navigating to Ports, Port
Services ...........................................
8.4 Following a Route ............................
8.5 Cancelling Navigation ......................
ii
8-1
8-2
8-2
8-3
8-5
9. PLOTTER ALARMS
APPENDIX
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
Menu Tree ................................................ A-1
Loran C Chains ........................................ A-4
Decca Chains ........................................... A-5
World Time ............................................... A-6
Geodetic Chart List .................................. A-7
Introduction ...................................... 9-1
Audio Alarm On/Off .......................... 9-1
Arrival Alarm .................................... 9-1
Anchor Watch Alarm ........................ 9-2
XTE (Cross Track Error) Alarm ........ 9-2
Speed Alarm .................................... 9-3
Proximity Alarm ................................ 9-3
Alarm Information ............................ 9-4
SPECIFICATIONS ....................... SP-1
INDEX
Declaration of Conformity
10.SAVING AND LOADING
DATA TO/FROM MEMORY
CARD
10.1 Formatting Memory Cards ............. 10-1
10.2 Saving Data to Memory Card ........ 10-1
10.3 Loading Data from Memory Card .. 10-2
11. CUSTOMIZING YOUR UNIT
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
CHART SETUP OPTIONS menu ...11-1
DISPLAY OPTIONS menu.............. 11-2
GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS menu ....11-5
SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS
menu ...............................................11-8
11.5 CONFIGURATION menu .............. 11-10
12.USING C-MAP NT MODEL
12.1 Inserting Chart Card....................... 12-1
12.2 Cussor and Data Display ............... 12-1
12.3 Tidal Information ............................ 12-2
12.4 Navigation to Ports, Port Services . 12-3
12.5 Setting Chart Setup Options .......... 12-5
12.6 Selecting Chart Scale/Range ......... 12-6
12.7 Displaying Program Number .......... 12-7
13. MAINTENANCE &
TROUBLESHOOTING
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5
13.6
Maintenance .................................. 13-1
Replacement of Fuse, Battery ....... 13-2
Simple Troubleshooting ................. 13-2
Error Messages ............................. 13-3
Diagnostic Tests ............................. 13-4
Clearing Memories ........................ 13-6
iii
FOREWORD
A Word to GP-1650DF/1650F
Owners
Features
The GP-1650DF is a totally integrated DGPS
beacon receiver, GPS receiver, color video
plotter and color video sounder. The GP1650F mostly shares the same features with
the GP-1650DF except it does not have a
DGPS beacon receiver.
Congratulations on your choice of the
FURUNO GP-1650DF COLOR DGPS/
PLOTTER/SOUNDER, GP-1650F COLOR
GPS/PLOTTER/SOUNDER. We are confident you will see why the FURUNO name
has become synonymous with quality and
reliability.
Navigation information is displayed on a
bright 5.6-inch color TFT LCD. On-screen information shown are position, range and
bearing to cursor position, range, bearing,
ETA and TTG to waypoint, etc.
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.
A high sensitivity receiver tracks up to twelve
satellites simultaneously. An 8-state Kalman
filter ensures optimum accuracy in determination of vessel position, course and speed.
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.
C-MAP NT-FP chart card is available for the
GP-1650DF/1650F C-MAP NT.
The main features of the GP-1650DF/1650F
are
• Comprehensive navigation data displays.
We would appreciate hearing from you, the
end-user, about whether we are achieving our
purposes.
• Bright 5.6-inch color TFT LCD with temperature compensated tone and brilliance
control.
Thank you for considering and purchasing
FURUNO equipment.
• Automatic coastline chart loading.
• Position display in latitude and longitude,
Loran C or Decca TDs.
• Improved position accuracy with optional
DGPS beacon receiver (GP-1650F).
• Accepts both FURUNO and NAVIONICS
or C-MAP NT mini chart cards.
• Alarms: Arrival, Anchor Watch, Cross-track
Error, Speed, Proximity, Fish, Bottom,
Temperature.
• Man overboard feature records latitude
and longitude coordinates at time of man
overboard.
• “Highway” display provides graphic presentation of ship’s track and is useful for
monitoring cross track error.
• Automatic or manual video sounder operation.
iv
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
GPA-018
(for GP-1650DF)
GPA-017
(for GP-1650F)
1.2 m Whip antenna
(Option)
GPA-019
ANTENNA UNIT
Receives signal from
GPS satellite and beacon
reference station
(GP-1650DF only).
DISPLAY UNIT
Ship’s position is
calculated in longitude
and latitude from signal
received from the antenna unit and displayed
on the screen.
Ship’s mains
10.8—31.2 VDC
External equipment
(Autopilot, etc.)
Temp. sensor
(option)
Transducer
v
DGPS beacon receiver
GP-1650F only
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1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
This chapter acquaints you with the basics of your unit - from turning on the power to the soft
key menu operation.
1.1 Display Unit Controls
• Registers own ship's positions.
• Marks man overboard position, event position.
Cursor pad
• Shifts cursor and display.
• Selects items on menus.
Registers items
on menus.
SAVE
MOB
ENTER
Soft key's functions change
depending on the display.
POWER
BRILL
ALARM
PLOT
SNDR
WPT
RTE
ABC
1
DEF
2
GHI
3
JKL
4
MNO
5
PQR
6
STU
7
VWX
8
YZ&
9
CLEAR
_'#
0
MENU
Enter alphanumeric data.
Opens/closes
the main menu.
Mini chart card slot.
HIDE
SHOW
• Clears data.
• Erases selected waypoint.
• Silences audible alarm.
Displays/hides the soft key menu,
nav data, mode indication.
Displays the waypoint & route
menu.
Selects video sounder display.
Selects plot display.
Displays the alarm menu.
• Long press: Turns power on/off.
• Touch and release: Opens the display for adjustment of tone and brilliance.
Figure 1-1 Display unit
1-1
1.2 Inserting Mini Chart Card
Insert appropriate mini chart card before turning on the power.
1. Push down the lid catch to open the mini
chart card slot cover.
The GP-1650DF/1650F takes about 90 seconds to find its position when turned on for
the very first time. This is because the equipment has no satellite data, called the Almanac, in its database. If you want to lessen
the time needed to find position you may
enter your position manually (default position:
San Francisco, USA) on the GPS SETUP
OPTIONS menu.
Thereafter it takes about 12 seconds to find
position each time the power is turned on.
Card slot
Figure 1-2 Location of mini chart
card slot cover
2. Insert appropriate mini chart card groove
side up.
3. Close the slot cover to protect the chart
drive. (Keep the slot cover closed at all
times.)
When the satellite signal is being received
normally, the GP-1650DF/1650F displays
various abbreviations at the bottom left-hand
corner of the display which show DGPS/GPS
receiver status. Table 1-1 shows these abbreviations and their meanings.
Table 1-1 Display abbreviations
Indication
Meaning
GPS 2D
Normal 2D
(dimension) GPS
position fix
GPS 3D
Normal 3D GPS
position fix
1.3 Turning the Power On/Off
DGPS 2D
(GP-1650DF)
Normal 2D differential
GPS position fix
Press the [POWER/BRILL] key at bottom lefthand side of the display unit to turn on the
power. When the unit is turned on, it proceeds
in the sequence shown in Figure 1-3, after
displaying the FURUNO information display.
DGPS 3D
(GP-1650DF)
Normal 3D differential
GPS position fix
NO FIX
Position can not be
found.
DOP
DOP error
DEMO
Simulation mode
Note: Turn off power before inserting or ejecting the mini chart card.
Displayed for about five seconds.
START UP TEST
PROGRAM
OK
RAM
OK
BACKUP DATA
OK
INTERNAL BATTERY
OK
GPS
OK
— — 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.
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Displayed for about 30 seconds,
or press any key to escape.
The last-used display appears.
Figure 1-3 Start-up sequence
1-2
Turning the power off
Press and hold down the [POWER/BRILL]
key until the screen goes blank. The time
remaining until the power is turned off is
shown on the screen.
1.4
Adjusting Tone and
Brilliance
NORTH
UP
ZOOM
IN
ZOOM
OUT
1. Press the [POWER/BRILL] key with a
touch-and-release action. The tone and
brilliance setting menu appears.
COURSE
UP
WP-002
FISH
Functions
BRIDGE
NAV
POS
DGPS 3D
[Plotter Display]
TONE
TONE
TONE
DATE: OCT 21 1998
POSITION
BRILL
BRILL
BRILL
TIME 23:59:59
TRIP:123nm
LAT/LON
34° 56.789' N
135° 56.789' E
LAT
LON
SPD
16.3
RETURN
TD
RNG
27.2 nm
kt
CSE
ZOOM
BRG
245.8°
245.0°
SAT
INFO
DATUM: WGS-84
BEACON
INFO
Tone and display brilliance setting menu
Soft keys
Figure 1-4 Tone and
brilliance adjustment screen
TMP
65.8°F
DEP
20ft
DGPS 3D
[Nav Data Display]
2. Press t or s to adjust display tone.
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to adjust display brilliance.
Note that tone and brilliance can also be adjusted by soft keys. After pressing the
[POWER/BRILL] key, use the appropriate soft
key to adjust tone or brilliance.
Note: Tone or brilliance must be adjusted
within 10 seconds after pressing the
[POWER/BRILL] key or the tone and brilliance adjustment screen will be erased.
230
240
245.0°
234.5°
BRG
CSE
TTG
0.1NM
XTE
260
27.2
13.6
29th 14:50
0.1NM
000.02nm
EDIT
XT-LMT
[Steering Display]
CSE
87.8°
BRG
RNG
SPD
94.6°
1.88nm
10.0kt
001WPT
YUUKI
0.1NM
XTE
HIGHWAY
FISH01
000.02nm
DGPS 3D
Press the [PLOT] key. Each time this key is
pressed, the display mode changes in the sequence shown below.
nm
kt
DGPS 3D
001WPT
Selecting a display
250
RNG
SPD
ETA
1h 59m
1.5 Plotter Displays
There are four types of plotter displays: Plotter display, Navigation data display, Steering
display and Highway display. For details, refer to Chapter 3.
CROSS
TRACK
QP<01>
0.1NM
EDIT
XT-LMT
[Highway Display]
Figure 1-5 Display modes (plotter)
1-3
1.6 Sounder Displays
1.7
Three sounder displays are available: Normal, Dual-frequency display and Plotter/
Sounder display. You may select a sounder
display with the [SNDR] key.
Most operations are carried out through the
menu. The menu is opened and closed with
the [MENU] key. Menus may be selected with
the five soft keys to the right of menus. Options are selected with the cursor pad.
0
NORTH
UP
Menu Operation, Soft Keys
1. Press the [MENU] key to display the main
menu.
ZOOM
MENU
IN
50
ZOOM
OUT
CHART SETUP OPTIONS
DISPLAY OPTIONS
PLOT
PLOT
100
GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS
Soft keys
SNDR
SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS
150
DGPS 3D
COURSE
UP
DGPS 3D
CONFIGURATION
[Plotter/Sounder Display]
Figure 1-7 Main menu
0
0.0
SOUNDER
RANGE
50
GAIN
2. Press appropriate soft key to display desired menu. For example, press the soft
key SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS. The
menu in use appears at the top right corner of the display.
PLOT
SHIFT
100
s NOISE
MODE/
SNDR
FREQ
DGPS 3D
150
50k
SNDR
FUNC
[Normal Sounder Display]
LIMITER
CLUTTER
WHITE MARKER
HUE
SIGNAL LEVEL
PICTURE ADVANCE
E/S WINDOW
OFF
4
0
1
OFF
1/1
STD
SOUNDER
SETUP
EDIT
EDIT
RANGE
HOLD
SETUP
SYSTEM
SETUP
0
0.0
SOUNDER
DUAL
50
RANGE
50
100
100
50k
GAIN
PLOT
50kHz
Figure 1-8 Sounder setup menu
3. Select item with the cursor pad, and press
the soft key EDIT. For example, select
WHITE MARKER.
SNDR
SHIFT
150
DGPS 3D
GAIN
200kHz
RETURN
DGPS 3D
200k
150
MODE
[Dual-frequency Display]
WHITE MARKER
▲
3
▼
Figure 1-6 Display modes
(Sounder display)
Note: A sounder display can be selected with
the soft key SNDR FUNC. For further details
see “Selecting display mode” on page 2-3.
1-4
Figure 1-9 White marker display
4. Use the cursor pad to change the setting.
5. Press the soft key RETURN to finish.
1.8
Demonstration Display
The demonstration display provides simulated operation of this unit. On the plotter display, own ship tracks, at the speed selected,
a figure eight course or any course you enter, starting from position entered. All controls
are operative; you may set destination, enter waypoints, etc. Simulated sounder operation is also provided.
1. Press the [MENU] key, followed by the soft
keys CONFIGURATION and SYSTEM
MENU to open the system menu.
2. Press the soft key DEMONSTRATION
MODE to open the demonstration setting
screen.
s DEMO
MODE
DEMO SPEED
DEMO COURSE
DEMO START LAT
DEMO START LON
OFF
10.0kt
000.0°
34°12.34’N
135°12.34’E
DEMO
MODE
EDIT
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to select DEMO MODE.
4. Press the soft key labeled EDIT to show
the demo mode window.
DEMO MODE
▲
' ON
™ OFF
▼
Figure 1-11 Demo mode window
5. Press ▲ to select ON.
6. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key.
7. Select DEMO SPEED and press the soft
key EDIT. Enter speed. Select digit with
t/s and enter appropriate numeric value
with numeric key.
8. Select DEMO COURSE and press the
soft key EDIT. Select how you want the
courseline to be traced; by FIGURE 8 or
DIR.(ection). For DIR., enter course.
9. Select DEMO START LAT., and press the
soft key EDIT. Enter current latitude.
DGPS 3D
RETURN
Figure 1-10 Demo setting screen
10.Select DEMO START LONG., and press
the soft key EDIT. Enter current longitude.
11. Press the soft key RETURN to finish.
To cancel the demonstration display, set
DEMO MODE to OFF.
1-5
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2. VIDEO SOUNDER OPERATION
2.1
Principle of Operation
The video sounder determines the distance
between its transducer and underwater objects such as fish, lake bottom or seabed and
displays the results on screen. It does this
by utilizing the fact that an ultrasonic wave
transmitted through water travels at a nearly
constant speed of 4800 feet (1500 meters)
per second. When a sound wave strikes an
underwater object such as fish or sea bottom, part of the sound wave is reflected back
toward the source (transducer). Thus by calculating the time difference between the
transmission of a sound wave and the reception of the reflected sound wave, the
depth to the object can be determined.
The entire process begins in the display unit.
Transmitter power is sent to the transducer
as a short pulse of electrical energy. The electrical signal produced by the transmitter is
converted into an ultrasonic signal by the
transducer and transmitted into the water. Any
returning signals from intervening objects
(such as a fish school) are received by the
transducer and converted into an electrical
signal. The signals are then amplified in the
amplifier section, and finally, displayed on
screen.
The picture displayed is made up of a series
of vertical scan lines, one for each transmission. Each line represents a snapshot of what
has occurred beneath the boat. A series of
snapshots are accumulated side by side
across the screen, and the resulting contours
of the bottom and fish between the bottom
and surface are displayed.
Figure 2-1 Underwater conditions and video sounder display
2-1
2.2
2. Press the soft key MODE/FREQ. The display changes as below.
Sounder Display
Description
The figure below shows all indications and
markers which may appear on the normal
sounder display.
MODE/FREQ
0
0.0
SELECT
50kHz
▲
' AUTO CRUISING
™ AUTO FISHING
™ MANUAL
SOUNDER
50
SELECT
200kHz
▼
Normal sounder display
indications, markers
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
Temp.
scale
Water
temp.
Graph
Water
temp.
display
Functions for
soft keys
Variable
Range
Marker
(white)
Nav information
window
Color
bar
100
DGPS 3D
50k
150
RETURN
Figure 2-4 Mode/freq window
Depth scale
CSE 245.8°
SPD 16.3kt
SOUNDER
RANGE
15.0
30
20
20
30
GAIN
3. Press the soft key SELECT 200kHz (SELECT 50kHz).
4. Press the soft key RETURN to manually
close the window, or wait 10 seconds and
the window automatically closes.
SHIFT
10
0
40
MODE/
FREQ
50
54.0
DGPS 3D
SNDR
FUNC
50k
Depth
Tx frequency
GPS status
Figure 2-2 Indications on
the normal sounder display
Note: The water temperature graph can be
set on or off (See page 11-4.). The temperature scale is fixed between 20-80 °F (0 to
30°C).
The normal sounder display shows either the
50 kHz picture or 200 kHz picture. To switch
between these pictures, do the following:
50 kHz picture
The sounder uses ultrasonic pulses to detect bottom conditions. The lower the frequency of the pulse, the wider the detection
area. Therefore, the 50 kHz frequency is useful for general detection and judging bottom
condition.
200 kHz picture
The higher the frequency of the ultrasonic
pulse the better the resolution. Therefore, the
200 kHz frequency is ideal for detailed observation of fish school.
1. Press the [SNDR] key several times to
show the normal sounder display.
50 kHz
0.0
0
SOUNDER
RANGE
50
200 kHz
GAIN
PLOT
SHIFT
100
MODE/
SNDR
FREQ
DGPS 3D
50k
150
SNDR
FUNC
Figure 2-3 Normal sounder display
2-2
Figure 2-5 Comparisons of
transducer frequencies
Selecting sounder display mode
Bottom-zoom display
There are five display modes from which to
choose: normal, marker zoom, bottom zoom,
bottom lock and A-scope. To select a display,
press the soft key SNDR FUNC on the normal sounder display to show the sounder
function window, and press ▲ or ▼ to select
the display. Press the soft key RETURN to
close the window.
This mode expands bottom and bottom fish
echoes two to five times to vertical size of
the screen, and is useful for determining bottom hardness. A bottom displayed with a short
echo tail usually means it is a soft, sandy
bottom. A long echo tail means a hard bottom.
40.0
Bottom zoom
display
▲
NORMAL
™ MARKER ZOOM
™ BOTTOM ZOOM
™ BOTTOM LOCK
™ A-SCOPE
▼
'
Normal
sounder
display
Zoom
marker
(yellow)
200
180
DGPS3D 200k
Figure 2-8 Bottom-zoom display plus
normal sounder display
This mode expands a selected area of the
normal sounder picture to full vertical size of
the screen on the left-half window. You may
specify the portion to expand by operating
the VRM (Variable Range Marker), which you
can shift with ▲ or ▼. The area between the
VRM and zoom marker is expanded. The
length of the segment is equal to one division of the depth scale.
Bottom-lock display
The bottom-lock display provides a compressed normal picture on the right half of
the screen and a 5 or 10 meter (10 or 20
feet) wide layer in contact with the bottom is
expanded onto the left half of the screen. This
mode is useful for bottom discrimination.
This part 0
is zoomed.
Fish school
0
100
Fish
school
50
90.0
100
Normal
sounder
display
150
Bottom-lock
display
50
40
30
VRM
(white)
150
200
150
160
Marker zoom display
162
100
140
Bottom
Figure 2-6 Sounder function window
DGPS3D 200k
50
120
162
Marker zoom
display
0
100
SOUNDER FUNCTION
This part
is zoomed.
Fish
school
20
68.3
Fish
school
50
100
150
Zoom
marker
(yellow)
Normal
sounder
display
10
162
200
0
DGPS3D 200k
200
Zoom marker
(yellow)
Figure 2-7 Marker-zoom display
plus normal sounder display
Figure 2-9 Bottom-lock display
plus normal sounder display
Note: The zoom marker is not displayed in
the default setting. It may be turned on in the
DISPLAY SETUP2 menu. For further details
see “ZOOM MARKER” on page 9-4.
2-3
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select STD or WIDE.
A-scope display
This display shows echoes at each transmission with amplitudes and tone proportional
to their intensities, on the right 1/3 of the
screen. It is useful for estimating the kind of
fish school and seabed composition.
STD: The width of the sounder display is
approx. 20 mm (Default setting).
WIDE: The width is approx. 40 mm.
5. Press the [ENTER] key or the soft key
ENTER.
0
68.3
50
Sounder
Display
Plotter Display
A-scope
display
0
100
Normal
sounder
display
NORTH
UP
ZOOM
150
IN
50
160
200
DGPS3D 200k
ZOOM
OUT
PLOT
PLOT
100
Figure 2-10 A-scope display
plus normal sounder display
SNDR
150
DGPS 3D
2.3
Plotter/Sounder Display
This display provides the plotter display on
the left part of the screen and the normal
sounder display on the right part. It is useful
for searching fish schools at cruising speed.
The width of the sounder display can be selected between standard (approx. 20 mm)
and wide (approx. 40 mm).
Figure 2-12 Plotter/Sounder display
2.4
Dual-frequency Display
The 50 kHz picture appears on the left; the
200 kHz picture on the right. This display is
useful for comparing the same picture with
two different sounding frequencies.
1. Press the [MENU] key and the soft key
SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS. The
sounder setup menu appears. See Figure 1-9.
20
40
Figure 2-11
2-4
40
100
60
DGPS 3D
' STD
™ WIDE
▼
20
RANGE
3. Press the soft key EDIT to show the E/S
WINDOW window.
▲
SOUNDER
DUAL
0.0
2. Press ▼ to select E/S WINDOW window.
E/S WINDOW
COURSE
UP
50k
60
200k
80
GAIN
200kHz
GAIN
PLOT
50kHz
SNDR
SHIFT
MODE
Figure 2-13 Dual-frequency display
2.5
Automatic Sounder
Operation
Dual-frequency display: Press the soft
key MODE.
MODE/FREQ
Automatic sounder operation is useful when
you are preoccupied with other tasks and do
not have time to adjust the display.
▲
' AUTO CRUISING
™ AUTO FISHING
™ MANUAL
▼
How the automatic sounder works
Figure 2-14 Mode/frequency window
The automatic sounder function automatically
selects the proper gain, range scale and clutter suppression level according to depth. It
works as follows:
• Range changes automatically to locate the
bottom on the lower half of screen. It jumps
to one step shallower range when bottom
echoes reach a half way point of the full
scale from top and to one step deeper
range when they come to the lower edge
of scale.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select AUTO CRUISING
or AUTO FISHING.
3. Press the soft key RETURN to close the
window automatically, or wait 10 seconds
and the window closes automatically.
2.6
Manual Sounder
Operation
• The gain is automatically adjusted to display the bottom echo in reddish brown (default color arrangement).
Manual operation is useful for observing fish
schools and bottom using fixed gain setting.
• Clutter, which suppresses low level noise,
is automatically adjusted.
The gain, range and range shifting functions
used together give you the means to select
the depth you can see on screen. The basic
range can be thought of as providing a “window” into the water column and range shifting as moving the “window” to the desired
depth.
Two types of automatic sounder
modes
Two types of automatic sounder modes are
available: CRUISING and FISHING. CRUISING is for tracking the bottom, and FISHING
is for searching fish schools. CRUISING uses
a higher clutter rejection setting than FISHING therefore it is not recommended for fish
detection - weak fish echoes may be erased
by the clutter suppression circuit.
Selecting the manual mode
1. Press the appropriate soft key to show
the mode/freq window.
2. Select MANUAL.
3. Press the soft key RETURN.
How to enable automatic sounder
operation
1. To show the mode/freq window:
Normal sounder display: Press the soft
key MODE/FREQ.
Plotter/sounder display: Press the soft
key SNDR, MODE/FREQ in order.
2-5
Selecting display range
Range shifting
Press the soft key RANGE to show the range
window, and select range by the cursor. Press
the soft key RETURN to finish.
The basic range may be shifted up or down
as desired.
RANGE
▲
'
15 ft
™ 30 ft
™ 60 ft
™ 120 ft
™ 200 ft
™ 400 ft
™ 1000 ft
™ 2500 ft
▼
Press the soft key SHIFT, and press ▲ or ▼
to shift the basic range. Press the soft key
RETURN to finish.
Shift
Figure 2-15 Range window
Adjusting the gain
Press the soft key GAIN to show the gain
window, and press ▲ or ▼ to set the gain.
Current level is shown above the bar. Press
the RETURN key to finish.
GAIN
▲
57
HIGH
Display
Figure 2-18 Shift concept
2.7
Measuring Depth
The VRM functions to measure the depth to
fish schools, etc., and it is always displayed.
1. Press ▲ or ▼ to shift the VRM.
LOW
▼
Figure 2-16 Gain window
2. Depth is shown just above the VRM.
Note: On the dual-frequency display, the gain
can be independently set for 50 kHz and 200
kHz. This can be done with the soft keys
GAIN 50kHz and GAIN 200kHz.
Normally, set the gain to the point where excessive noise does not appear on screen.
Use a higher gain setting for greater depths
and a lower setting for shallow waters.
VRM (white)
34° 12.345' N
135° 12.345' E
Depth to VRM
CSE 245.8°
SPD 16.3kt
SOUNDER
RANGE
15.0
30
20
20
30
GAIN
SHIFT
10
0
40
54.0
DGPS 3D
MODE/
FREQ
50
50k
SNDR
FUNC
Figure 2-19 How to use the VRM
Gain too high
Gain proper
Gain too low
Figure 2-17 Examples of proper
and improper gain
2-6
2.8
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 Figure 2-20.
To suppress interference, do the following:
1. Press the [MENU] key and the soft key
SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS.
2. Select NOISE LIMITER and press the soft
key EDIT to show the noise limiter window.
NOISE LIMITER
▲
2.9
Suppressing Low Level
Noise
Light-blue dots may appear over most of
screen. This is mainly due to dirty water or
noise. This noise can be suppressed by adjusting CLUTTER on the SOUNDER SETUP
OPTIONS menu.
When the sounder mode is Auto, the clutter
suppression setting is fixed at AUTO. To suppress low level noise in manual sounder operation do the following:
1. Press the [MENU] key and the soft key
SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS.
2. Select CLUTTER and press the soft key
EDIT to show the clutter window.
OFF
™ NL1
™ NL2
™ NL3
▼
'
Figure 2-20 Noise limiter window
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to select degree of suppression desired; OFF, NL1, NL2 or NL3.
The higher number the greater the degree
of suppression.
4. Press the soft key RETURN and the
[SNDR] key to finish.
CLUTTER
▲
3
▼
Figure 2-22 Clutter window
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to select clutter rejection
level desired; 0 (OFF) through 9. The
higher the number the higher the degree
of suppression. Note that weak echoes
may not be displayed when the clutter circuit is on.
4. Press the soft key RETURN and the
[SNDR] key to finish.
Interference from
other sounder
Electrical inteference
Figure 2-21 Types of interference
Turn the noise limiter circuit off when no interference exists, otherwise weak echoes
may be missed.
Figure 2-23 Appearance of clutter
2-7
2.10 Erasing Weak Echoes
2.11 White Marker
Dirty water or reflections from plankton may
be painted on the display in green or light
blue. These weak echoes may be erased as
follows:
The white marker functions to display a particular echo color in white. For example, you
may want to display the bottom echo (reddish-brown) in white to discriminate fish echoes near the bottom. Note that the bottom
must be displayed in reddish-brown for the
white marker to function.
1. Press the [MENU] key and the soft key
SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS.
2. Select SIGNAL LEVEL, and press the soft
key EDIT to show the signal level window.
SIG LVL
▲
' OFF
™ SL1
™ SL2
™ SL3
™ SL4
™ SL5
™ SL6
▼
SIG LVL
▲
' OFF
™ SL1
™ SL2
™ SL3
▼
At 8-color display
At 16-color display
(See page 2-9.)
Figure 2-24 Signal level window
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to select level of erasure;
OFF or signal level among SL1 to SL6
(or SL3). The higher the number the stronger the echo will be erased.
4. Press the soft key RETURN and the
[SNDR] key to finish.
1. Press the [MENU] key and the soft key
SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS.
2. Select WHITE MARKER, and press the
soft key EDIT to open the white marker
window.
WHITE MARKER
▲
3
▼
Figure 2-26 White marker window
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to select color to display in
white. As you press ▲ or ▼, the number
(corresponds to echo number) in the
marker window changes, the white
marker on the color bar shifts and selected
echo color is displayed in white. When you
select 8 in HUE window (See page 2-9.),
white marker is among 0 to 8.
Weak
echoes
White marker shows
← color currently
displayed in white.
Figure 2-25 Appearance of weak echoes
Figure 2-27 Color bar when white
marker function is active
4. Press the soft key RETURN and the
[SNDR] key to finish.
To turn the white marker function off, display
“0” in the white marker window.
2-8
2.12 Selecting Picture Advance
Speed
2.13 Selecting Background
and Echo Colors
The picture advance speed determines how
quickly the vertical scan lines run across the
screen. When selecting a picture advance
speed, keep in mind that a fast advance
speed will expand the size of the fish school
horizontally on the screen and a slow advance speed will contract it.
1. Press the [MENU] key and the soft key
SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS.
2. Select HUE, and then press the soft key
EDIT to show the hue window.
HUE
▲
1
1. Press the [MENU] key and the soft key
SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS.
2. Select PICTURE ADVANCE, and press
the soft key EDIT to open the picture advance window.
PICTURE ADVANCE
▲
2/1
™ 1/1
™ 1/2
™ 1/4
™ 1/8
™ STOP
▼
'
Figure 2-28 Picture advance window
The fractions in the window denote number of scan lines produced per transmission. For example, 1/8 means one scan
line is produced every eight transmissions. STOP freezes the display and it is
convenient for observing an echo.
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to select speed desired.
4. Press the soft key RETURN and the
[SNDR] key to finish.
▼
Figure 2-29 Hue window
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to select hue number, referring to the table below. (You can see
the result of your selection on the display.)
Table 2-1 Background and echo colors
Hue
No.
Echo
Color
Background
Color
1
16 color
Medium-blue
2
8 color
Medium-blue
3
16 color
Dark-blue
4
8 color
Dark-blue
5
16 color
White
6
8 color
White
7
16 color
Black
8
8 color
Black
9
Monochrome yellow,
eight intensities
4. Press the soft key RETURN and the
[SNDR] key to finish.
2-9
3. Select the menu item, and press the soft
key EDIT.
2.14 Alarms
Bottom alarm
The bottom alarm sounds when the bottom
echo is within the alarm range set. To activate the bottom alarm the depth must be displayed.
Fish (B/L) alarm
The bottom-lock fish alarm sounds when a
fish echo is within a predetermined distance
from the bottom.
Fish (normal) alarm
The normal fish alarm sounds when a fish
echo is within the preset alarm range.
Note: The sensitivity of the fish alarm can be
set on the SOUNDER SYSTEM SETUP
menu.
Water temperature alarm
There are two types of water temperature
alarms: WITHIN and WITHOUT. The WITHIN
alarm sounds when the water temperature
is within the range set; the WITHOUT alarm
sounds when the water temperature is higher
or lower than the range set. This alarm requires water temperature data.
Activating/deactivating an alarm
1. Press the [ALARM] key to open the alarm
menu.
2. Press the soft key NEXT PAGE to show
the ALARM2 menu.
ALARM2
sBOTTOM
ALARM
FISH (B/L) ALARM
FISH (NORMAL)
TEMP. ALARM
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
EDIT
CLEAR
ALARM
ALARM INFORMATION
NO ALARM
DGPS 3D
RETURN
Figure 2-30 Alarm2 menu
2-10
4. Select ON or OFF. For ON, use the cursor pad and the numeric keys to set range.
5. Press the soft key ENTER.
When an alarm setting is violated...
When an alarm setting is violated the buzzer
sounds, and the (red) speaker icon appears
at the bottom of the screen. You can silence
the buzzer with the [CLEAR] key. (However,
the buzzer will sound whenever the alarm setting is violated.) Press the [ALARM] key to
find out which alarm has been violated. The
offending alarm is displayed in red in the
ALARM INFORMATION window. Press the
soft key CLEAR ALARM to erase the alarm
indication. The alarm icon remains displayed
in red until all violated alarms have been acknowledged.
2.15 Interpreting the Display
Bottom echo
Zero line
Echoes from the bottom are normally the
strongest and are displayed in reddish-brown
color but the color and width will vary with
bottom composition, water depth, frequency,
sensitivity, etc.
The zero line (sometimes referred to as the
transmission line) represents the transducer’s
position, and moves off the screen when a
deep phased range is used.
Zero
line
Shift
Figure 2-31Zero line
Fish school echoes
Fish school echoes will generally be plotted
between the zero line and the bottom. Usually the fish school/fish echo is weaker than
the bottom echo because its reflection property is much smaller compared to the bottom. The size of the fish school can be
ascertained from the density of the display.
In a comparatively shallow depth, a high gain
setting will cause a second or sometimes a
third or a fourth echo to be displayed at the
same interval between them below the first
echo trace. This is because the echo travels
between the bottom and the surface twice or
more in shallow depths.
The color of the bottom echo can be used to
help determine the density of the bottom materials (soft or hard). The harder the bottom,
the wider the trace. If the gain is set to show
only a single bottom echo on mud, a rocky
bottom will show a second or third bottom
return. The range should be chosen so the
first and second bottom echoes are displayed
when bottom hardness is being determined.
Intensity
difference in
water depth
Second bottom
echo
Size of
fish school
Small
school
Large
school
Rock base
Mud
and sand
Figure 2-32 Fish school echoes
Figure 2-33 Bottom echoes
2-11
Surface noise/Aeration
When the waters are rough or the boat
passes over a wake, surface noise may appear near the zero line. As surface turbulence
is acoustically equivalent to running into a
brick wall, the bottom echo will be displayed
intermittently. Similar noise sometimes appears when a water temperature difference
(thermocline) exists. Different species of fish
tend to prefer different temperature zones,
so the thermocline may be useful to help identify target fish. 200 kHz tends to show shallow thermoclines better than 50 kHz.
In rough waters the display is occasionally
interrupted due to below-the-ship air bubbles
obstructing the sound path. This also occurs
when the boat makes a quick turn or reverses
movement. Lowering the picture advance
speed may reduce the interruption. However,
reconsideration of the transducer installation
may be necessary if the interruption occurs
frequently.
Surface noise
Caused by
aerated water
Thermocline
Figure 2-34 Surface noise/aeration
2-12
3. PLOTTER DISPLAYS
3.1
Course-up
Presentation Modes
The plotter display mainly shows chart, ship’s
track, waypoints, and navigation data.
Three types of display presentations are provided for the normal plotter display: north-up,
course-up and auto course-up. To change the
mode, use the presentation mode selection
soft key, which is the 3rd soft key from the
top.
North-up
Press the soft key COURSE UP to show the
course-up display. When destination is set it
is at the top of the screen, the north mark
appears at the upper left side of the screen
and points to north. A filled triangle marks own
ship’s position.
When destination is not set, the course or
heading is upward on the screen at the moment the course-up mode is selected.
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
Press the soft key NORTH UP to show the
north-up display. North (zero degree) is at the
top of the display and own ship is at the center of the screen. Own ship marker is a filled
circle. This mode is useful for long-range
navigation.
Functions for
soft key
Course bar
Current display mode
(north-up)
Track
Nav information
window
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
CSE 245.8°
SPD 16.3kt
NORTH
UP
ZOOM
IN
ZOOM
OUT
COURSE
UP
002WP
FISH
BRIDGE
QP<01>
COURSE
UP
ZOOM
IN
ZOOM
OUT
AUTO
C.U.
NAV
WPT
DGPS 3D
Figure 3-2 Plotter display, course-up mode
Auto course-up
Press the soft key AUTO C.U. to show the
automatic course-up display. The course or
heading is at the top of screen at the moment the course-up mode is selected. When
own ship is off its intended course by 22.5°
or more, it is automatically brought back to
perpendicular.
NAV
WPT
DGPS 3D
GPS status
CSE 245.8°
SPD 16.3kt
Icon (chart)
Own ship
marker
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
CSE 245.8°
SPD 16.3kt
AUTO
C-UP
ZOOM
IN
Waypoint name
Waypoint mark
ZOOM
OUT
NORTH
UP
Figure 3-1 Plotter display, north-up mode
DGPS 3D
NAV
WPT
Figure 3-3 Auto course-up mode
3-1
3.2
Cursor
3.4
Turning on the cursor, shifting the
cursor
Press the cursor pad to turn the cursor on,
and the cursor appears at the own ship’s position. Operate the cursor pad to shift the
cursor. The cursor moves in the direction of
the arrow or diagonal pressed on the cursor
pad.
Cursor state determines what data is shown
on the display. Cursor position is displayed
in latitude and longitude or Loran or Decca
TDs (depending on menu setting) at the top
of the plotter display when the cursor is on.
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
FROM 16.45nm
OS
276.9°
NORTH
UP
ZOOM
IN
ZOOM
OUT
COURSE
UP
GO TO
CURSOR
DGPS 3D
CENTER
Figure 3-4 Data displayed on the plotter
display when the cursor is on
Chart scale (range) may be selected with the
soft key ZOOM IN or ZOOM OUT. ZOOM IN
expands the chart; ZOOM OUT shrinks it.
Note: When the display is expanded or
shrunk beyond the range of the chart card in
use NO CHART appears, along with the appropriate chart icon. See Table 3-1.
3.5
The soft key CENTER turns off the cursor
and returns own ship marker to screen center.
3.3
Shifting the Display
The display can be shifted on the plotter display.
1. Press the cursor pad to display the cursor.
2. Locate the cursor at a screen edge. The
screen shifts in the direction opposite of
cursor location.
3-2
Mini Chart Cards
The mini chart cards contain nautical charts.
When you insert a suitable mini chart card in
the slot and your boat is near land, a chart
appears.
When a wrong card is inserted or a wrong
chart scale is selected, the land will be hollow. Insert the proper card and select a suitable chart scale. Chart icons appear to help
you select a suitable chart scale. Table 3-1
shows the chart icons and their meanings.
Table 3-1 Chart icons and their meanings
Icon
Turning off the cursor, returning
own ship marker to screen center
Selecting Chart
Scale/Range
Meaning
Proper card is not inserted or
chart scale is too small. Press
the soft key ZOOM IN to
adjust chart scale.
Chart scale is too large. Press
the soft key ZOOM OUT to
adjust chart scale.
Suitable chart scale is
selected.
Indices and chart enlargement
Chart symbols
When the soft key ZOOM OUT is used, you
will see several frames appear on the chart.
These frames are called indices and they
show you what parts of the chart can be enlarged in the current picture range. The areas circumscribed with smaller frames can
be enlarged, but the area enclosed by the
largest frame cannot.
FURUNO mini chart card
The table below shows FURUNO mini chart
symbols and their meanings.
Table 3-2 FURUNO chart symbols
Symbol
Description
Summit
Wreck
Lighthouse
Lighted Buoy
Buoy
Radio Station
Position of Sounding
Figure 3-5 Sample chart (Japan and South
Korea) showing indices
Obstruction
Fishing Reef
Remarks on chart display
Platform
A chart will not be displayed in the following
conditions:
Anchorage
• When the chart scale is too large or too
small.
• When scrolling the chart outside the indices.
When this happens, select proper chart scale.
3-3
Table 3-3 Comparison of FURUNO and
Nav-Charts™ chart cards
Item
FURUNO
Dot scrolling
capability
YES
Course-up
display
YES
Nav-Charts™
Range and bearing
from own ship
YES
YES
Lighthouse data
YES *3
presentation
YES
Zoom at cursor
position
YES
*1
0.125, 0.5,
1, 2... 2048
nm
Same as left
Chart offset
data entry
YES
NO
Centering
YES
*2
Range at
Equator
Example of data displayed
Period (ex.: 6 seconds)
Visibility in nautical
mile (ex.: 12 miles)
NAVAID: /FL 6S 12M
FROM OS
52.38nm 48.0°
FL : Flashing
F
: Fixed light
F FL : Fixed and Flashing light
MO : Morse code light
Oc : Occulting light
Figure 3-7 Example of buoy,
lighthouse data
*1 Nav-Charts™ chart may not center the
cursor perfectly.
*2 Nav-Charts™ chart may not center own
ship's position perfectly.
*3 Newly designed chart cards containing
lighthouse data. Chart cards for North
America area are completed, and others
are in production.
*4 Nav-Charts™ is the registered trademark
of NAVIONICS INC.
Aid to navigation data
Port service icons (Nav-Charts™
cards)
Selected Nav-Charts™ mini chart cards show
by icons services available at ports. Use the
cursor pad to place the cursor on the sailboat icon (denotes a port or harbor), and then
press the [ENTER] key. The services available appear at the top of the display.
Detailed information of service
selected
List of services
at the port selected
NORTH
UP
FIRST AID
Selected FURUNO and NAVIONICS mini
chart cards can show buoy and lighthouse
data. Simply place the cursor on the lighthouse or buoy mark.
DGPS 3D
Place the cursor on
a lighthouse or buoy mark.
Figure 3-6 Placing the cursor on the mark
3-4
CANCEL
Sailboat mark (Port)
Figure 3-8 Plotter display showing NavCharts™ port service display
Enlarging an indication
Emergency
medical service
Fueling station
Water
supply station
Traveler’s
service station
An indication on the screen may be enlarged
as follows:
1. Use the cursor pad to select the indication which you wish to enlarge. Selected
indication is circumscribed with a red cursor.
2. Press the soft key ZOOM.
To return to the normal nav data display, press
the soft key RETURN.
Customer
service station
Marine
equipment service
GPS satellite monitor display
The GPS satellite monitor display shows information about GPS satellites.
Information center
Port
Figure 3-9 Port service icons
3.6
Press the soft key SAT INFO. Your display
should look something like the following illustration.
Receive signal level
Bars show satellite
signal level. Satellites
extends past the
dashed line are used
in fixing position.
Navigation Data Display
Date
The navigation data display provide generic
navigation data and DGPS/GPS information.
Press the [PLOT] several times to show the
navigation data display.
Position Date
DATE: OCT 21 1998
POSITION
Range to waypoint
TIME 23:59:59
TRIP:123nm
34° 56.789' N
135° 56.789' E
SPD
SAT
No. 30
08
05
12
21
07
20
W
E
06
LAT/LON
LAT
LON
TIME 23:59:59
N
11
SAT
INFO
SNR
40
50
21
07
06
11
03
05
12
08
20
03
S
ALT
TD
DGPS 3D
ZOOM
GPS fix
state
5m
DOP 2.0
RETURN
RNG
12.5 kt
359.9°
CSE
123.25 nm
299.9°
BRG
SAT
INFO
DATUM: WGS-84
TMP
DATE: OCT 21 1998
65.8°F
DEP
20.8ft
BEACON
INFO
Altitude
DOP value
Estimated position in the sky, and
satellite number in reverse video is
used for positioning.
DGPS 3D
Temperature, depth
Geodetic chart
Course
Speed
Bearing to waypoint
Figure 3-11 GPS satellite monitor display
To return to the normal navigation data display, press the soft key RETURN.
Figure 3-10 Navigation data display
The navigation data display shows the position by L/L or TD (Loran-C, Decca). To change
position format, press the appropriate soft key
LAT/LON or TD.
3-5
Beacon information display
3.7
Equipped with a DGPS beacon receiver, your
unit can show DGPS reference station information. Press the soft key BEACON INFO to
show the DGPS reference station information.
The steering display provides steering information such as range, bearing, ETA to destination, course and speed.
DGPS reference station information
Receive data status
Beacon receiver setting status
MODE
FREQ
BAUD
RATE
AUTO SEARCH
288.0kHz
BEACON
INFO
200 BPS
RECEIVED DATA:
BEACON STATION:
OK
OK
SS
75
SN
19
Steering Display
Press the [PLOT] key several times to show
the steering display.
Course
Compass bearing
Estimated time of arrival
Speed
Range from own ship to waypoint
Waypoint name
Bearing from
own ship to
waypoint
CROSS
TRACK
001-WP
230
DGPS 3D
Course indicator
Bearing to waypoint
240
250
260
RETURN
Signal strength (SS),
Signal to noise ratio (SN)
BRG
CSE
TTG
245.0°
234.5°
1h 59m
RNG
SPD
ETA
27.2
13.6
nm
kt
29th 14:50
Figure 3-12 Beacon information display
SS: SS (Signal Strength) displays a numeric
representation of field strength of the received
signal on the selected frequency. The higher
the number the stronger the received signal.
If noise is present at reception band width,
the figure gets bigger.
SN: SN (Signal-to-Noise) ratio displays the
ratio between the desired signal and unwanted noise on the selected frequency. The
higher the SN ratio the better the quality of
the signal.
0.1NM
DGPS 3D
XTE
indication
range
XTE
000.02nm
0.1NM
EDIT
XT-LMT
Indicates the
direction to steer
Own ship
Amount of XTE in nautical miles
XTE scale
Time-to-go to waypoint
Figure 3-13 Steering display
How to read the compass display
Note: If your equipment does not have a
DPGS receiver, the message “NO DIFFERENTIAL DATA” appears when the soft key
BEACON INFO is pressed.
3-6
The solid inverted triangle at the center of
the compass shows own ship’s course (heading). The hollow inverted triangle shows the
bearing to destination waypoint. When own
ship’s course is changed, the hollow inverted
triangle moves with course change.
How to read the XTE scale
3.8
The black boat-shaped mark shows own
boat’s movement and direction, and amount
to steer to return to course. Using Figure 313 as an example, you would steer right by
000.02 nautical miles to return to course.
When this mark is out of range of the XTE
scale, the mark color changes from black to
yellow. The range of the XTE scale can be
set as shown below (default: 0.5 nm).
The highway display provides a graphic presentation of ship’s track along intended
course. It is useful for monitoring XTE - the
XTE scale shows direction and amount in
nautical miles to steer to return to course. In
the figure below, for example, you would steer
right by 0.02 nm to return to course.
Setting the range of the XTE scale
1. Press the soft key EDIT XT-LMT to display the following window.
EDIT XTE LIMIT
Highway Display
Press the [PLOT] key once or twice to show
the highway display.
Course
Speed
Range to waypoint
Bearing to waypoint
Waypoint mark
& name
001WPT
CSE 87.8
BRG
RNG
SPD
94.6°
1.88nm
10.0 kt
WPT001
0 .1nm
YUUKI
0.1NM
Figure 3-14 XTE range setting window
2. Use the cursor pad to select digit to
change.
3. Press appropriate alphanumeric key.
DGPS 3D
XTE
indication
range
XTE
HIGHWAY
FISH01
0.02nm
0.1NM
EDIT
XT- LMT
Indicates the
direction to steer Own ship
Amount of XTE in nautical miles
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3.
5. Press the [ENTER] key. To cancel entry,
press the soft key CANCEL.
Waypoint
Figure 3-15 Highway display
Note that all digits may be cleared by pressing the [CLEAR] key.
3-7
3.9
Changing Operation Mode
Operation mode can be changed between
PLEASURE and FISHING. FISHING mode
provides mark/line entry on the PLOTTER
display. The mark can be entered up to 5000
points together with tracks. The apportion
between track and mark memory can be
changed at menu. Pressing the [HIDE/
SHOW] key changes the function of soft keys.
Holding track, changing track color,and selecting color and form of mark/line can be
performed by the soft keys directly.
3.10 Navigation Trip Distance
The navigation trip distance is displayed at
the navigation data display. Press the [PLOT]
key several times to show the navigation
data display.
Trip
DATE: OCT 21 2000
POSITION
34° 56.789' N
135° 56.789' E
SPD
RHUMB LINE
nm / kt
ft
°F
DD°MM.MMM'
24 HOUR
AUTO2
LINE
MAGNETIC
AUTO 01.3°E
LORAN C
LAT/LON
1 POINT
PLEASURE
CSE
123.25 nm
299.9°
BRG
DATUM: WGS-84
TMP
DISPLAY
SETUP1
65.8°F
LAT/LON
LAT
LON
TD
ZOOM
SAT
INFO
DEP
20.8ft
DGPS 3D
BEACON
INFO
EDIT
Figure 3-18 Navigation data display
Note: When you enlarge POSITION, TRIP is
not displayed.
You can reset the trip distance as follows.
NEXT
PAGE
1.
Press the [MENU] key followed by the
soft keys CONFIGURATION and SYSTEM MENU.
2.
Press the soft key MEMORY/TRIP
CLEAR to open the clear memory menu.
RETURN
DGPS 3D
RNG
12.5 kt
359.9°
1. Press the [MENU] key and the soft key
DISPLAY OPTIONS. The display setup1
menu appears.
RNG & BRG MODE
RANGE/SPEED UNIT
DEPTH UNIT
TEMP UNIT
LAT/LON DISPLAY
TIME DISPLAY
WAYPOINTS SW
COURSE VECTOR
BEARING
MAG VARIATION
TD DISPLAY
POSITION DISPLAY
SET GO TO METHOD
s OPERATION MODE
TIME 23:59:59
TRIP: 4792 nm
Fifure 3-16 Display setup1 menu
2. Press ▼ to select OPERATION MODE.
3. Press the soft key EDIT to show the OPERATION MODE window.
CLEAR PLOTTER MEMORY NO
OPERATION MODE
▲
PLEASURE
™ FISHING
▼
'
Figure 3-17 OPERATION MODE window
NO
CLEAR ALL MEMORY
NO
TRIP METER RESET
NO
DGPS 3D
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select PLEASURE or
FISHING.
5. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key to finish.
CLEAR GPS MEMORY
CLEAR
MEMORY
EDIT
RETURN
Figure 3-19 Clear memory menu
3.
Press to select TRIP METER RESET.
4.
5.
Press the soft key EDIT.
Press to select YES.
6. Press the soft key ENTER or the
[ENTER] key to clear memory selected.
3-8
4. TRACK
4.1
Displaying Track
s DISPLAY
1. Press the [MENU] key to open the main
menu.
MENU
TRACK ON
TRACK COLOR WHITE
PLOT
TIME
TIME INTERVAL 01m00s
DIST INTERVAL 00.10 nm
TRACK MEMORY 2000 POINTS
(MARK MEMORY) (3000) POINTS
TRACK STATUS
CHART SETUP OPTIONS
TRACKING
TRACK : 1000 / 2000 PTS used
MARK :
5 / 3000 PTS used
DISPLAY OPTIONS
TRACK
CONTROL
EDIT
STOP
TRACK
ERASE
TRACK
ERASE
MARK
RETURN
GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS
SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS
DGPS 3D
DGPS 3D
Figure 4-3 Track control menu
4. Press ▲ to select DISPLAY TRACK.
CONFIGURATION
Figure 4-1 Main menu
5. Press the soft key EDIT to show the display track window.
2. Press the soft key CHART SETUP OPTIONS to open the chart setup menu.
6. Press ▲ or ▼ to select ON or OFF as
appropriate.
CHART
SETUP
CHART OFFSET
8. Press the [PLOT] key to close the menu.
TRACK CONTROL
The default setting is ON which traces ship’s
track in accordance with ship’s movements.
CHART DETAILS
DGPS 3D
7. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key.
RETURN
Figure 4-2 Chart setup menu
3. Press the soft key TRACK CONTROL to
open the track control menu.
Number of track and mark points used appears at the TRACK STATUS window on the
TRACK CONTROL display. In case of figure
4-3, track memory is recorded 1000 points
(max. 2000 points) and mark memory is recorded 5 points (max. 3000 points).
4-1
4.2
Stopping/Restarting
Plotting of Track
TRACK COLOR
▲
' RED
™ YELLOW
™ GREEN
™ LIGHT BLUE
™ PURPLE
™ BLUE
™ WHITE
▼
When your boat is at anchor or returning to
port you probably won’t need to record its
track. You can stop recording the track, to
conserve the track memory, as follows:
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CHART SETUP OPTIONS and
TRACK CONTROL.
2. Press the soft key STOP TRACK. The indication “TRACKING” in the TRACK STATUS window changes to “NOT
TRACKING”.
To restart recording the track, press the soft
key START TRACK at step 2 in the above
procedure.
When the fishing mode is selected, you can
stop or restart plotting the track with the soft
key only on the plotter display. Press the
[SHOW/HIDE] key several times to show the
soft key STOP TRACK on the plotter display
. Press the soft key STOP TRACK to stop
plotting of track. HOLD TRACK PLOTTING
appears approx. 2 seconds and own ship
mark changes to hollow circle. To restart plotting the track, press the soft key START
TRACK. START TRACK PLOTTING appears
approx. 2 seconds and the plotting restarts.
4.3
Changing Track Color
Track can be displayed in red, yellow, green,
light-blue, purple, blue or white. It can be useful to change track color on a regular basis
to discriminate between previous day's track,
past track, etc.
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CHART SETUP OPTIONS and
TRACK CONTROL.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select TRACK COLOR.
3. Press the soft key EDIT to display the
track color window.
Figure 4-4 Track color window
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select the color desired.
5. Press the soft key ENTER to finish.
When the fishing mode is selected, you can
change track color with the soft key only on
the track display.
1. Press the [SHOW/HIDE] key several
times to show the soft key TRACK
COLOR on the plotter display.
2. Press the soft key TRACK COLOR to
show the TRACK COLOR window.
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to select the color desired.
4. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key to finish, or press the soft key CANCEL to escape.
4.4
Track Plotting Method,
Interval
In drawing the track, first the ship’s position
(fed from the DGPS/GPS receiver) is stored
into the unit’s memory at an interval of time
or distance. A shorter interval provides better reconstruction of the track, but the storage time of the track is reduced. When the
track memory becomes full, the oldest track
is erased to make room for the latest.
Track plotting method
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CHART SETUP OPTIONS and
TRACK CONTROL.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select PLOT.
3. Press the soft key EDIT to display the plot
window.
4-2
PLOT
▲
' TIME
™ DISTANCE
▼
Figure 4-5 Plot window
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select TIME or DISTANCE. Distance is useful for conserving track memory, since no track is
recorded when the boat is stationary.
4.5
Changing Track Memory
Capacity
The equipment stores a total of 5000 points
of track and marks. This total may be freely
apportioned as desired. The default setting
is 2000 points of track and 3000 marks. You
can change the memory capacity for track
and marks. Note that when this is done all
tracks and marks in the memory are
erased.
5. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key.
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CHART SETUP OPTIONS and
TRACK CONTROL.
Track plotting interval
2. Press ▼ to select TRACK MEMORY.
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CHART SETUP OPTIONS and
TRACK CONTROL.
3. Press the soft key EDIT to display the
TRACK MEMORY window.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select TIME INTERVAL
or DIST INTERVAL.
TRACK MEMORY
3. Press the soft key EDIT to display the interval window.
1000/5000 POINTS
TIME INTERVAL
01 m 00 s
(When selecting TIME INTERVAL.)
DIST INTERVAL
00.10 nm
(When selecting DIST INTERVAL.)
Figure 4-6 Interval window
4. Use the cursor pad to place the cursor on
the digit desired. The [CLEAR] key functions to clear an entire line of data.
5. Press appropriate alphanumeric key to
enter value.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to complete.
7. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key.
Figure 4-7 TRACK MEMORY window
The TRACK MEMORY window may be
erased by pressing the soft key CANCEL
to escape.
4. Enter number of track memory points
desired with the alphanumeric keys.
Note that all digits may be cleared by
pressing the soft key CLEAR or the
[CLEAR] key in entering track memory
points.
5. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key. The following window appears to ask
you if you are sure to change the track
memory capacity.
RESETTING ERASES
TRACK, MARK/LINE
ALREADY SAVED. OK?
YES ... "ENTER" key
NO ... "CLEAR" key
Figure 4-8 ERASE messege
6. Press the [ENTER] key to change apportion, or press the [CLEAR] key to escape.
4-3
4.6
Erasing All Track
You can erase all track. Be absolutely sure
you want to erase all track; erased track cannot be restored.
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CHART SETUP OPTIONS and
TRACK CONTROL.
2. Press the soft key ERASE TRACK. You
are asked if you sure to erase all track.
3. Press the [ENTER] key to erase, or press
the [CLEAR] key to escape.
4-4
5. MARK
The mark can be entered up to 5000 points
together with tracks. The apportion between
track and mark memory can be changed at
menu.
In the FISHING mode, pressing the [HIDE/
SHOW] key changes the function of the soft
keys as follows.
Plotter display
5.1
Entering Marks
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
Select the fishing mode to enable entry of
marks on the PLOTTER display. Select the
location desired with the cursor, or turn off
the cursor to enter the mark at own ship position. Pressing the [HIDE/SHOW] key
changes the function of soft keys. Press the
soft key MARK ENTRY to enter the mark.
The mark is entered in the shape and color
selected from the MARK SHAPE and MARK
COLOR windows.
CSE 245.8°
SPD 16.3kt
COURSE
UP
ZOOM
QP<01>
IN
ZOOM
OUT
AUTO
C.U.
NAV
WPT
DGPS 3D
Press the [HIDE/SHOW] key.
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
CSE 245.8°
SPD 16.3kt
COURSE
UP
STOP
TRACK
QP<01>
TRACK
COLOR
MARK
ENTRY
MARK
EDIT
Soft key
to enter mark.
NAV
WPT
DGPS 3D
Press the [HIDE/SHOW] key.
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
CSE 245.8°
SPD 16.3kt
COURSE
UP
QP<01>
DGPS 3D
Press the [HIDE/SHOW] key.
QP<01>
DGPS 3D
Press the [HIDE/SHOW] key.
Figure 5-1 Changing displays
(PLOTTER display)
5-1
5.2
Video sounder display
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
CSE 245.8°
SPD 16.3kt
You can select shape, line and color of mark/
line on the TRACK display.
SOUNDER
1. Press the [HIDE/SHOW] key to show the
soft key MARK EIDT.
RANGE
15.0
30
20
20
30
GAIN
2. Press the soft key MARK EDIT to show
the MARK/LINE window.
SHIFT
10
0
40
MODE/
FREQ
50
54.0
DGPS 3D
MARK SHAPE
SNDR
FUNC
50k
Press the [HIDE/SHOW] key.
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
CSE 245.8°
SPD 16.3kt
Changing Mark Attributes
.
MARK LINE
MARK COLOR
SOUNDER
YELLOW
STOP
TRACK
15.0
30
20
20
30
TRACK
COLOR
10
0
MARK
ENTRY
40
Soft key
to enter mark.
MARK
EDIT
50
54.0
DGPS 3D
NAV
WPT
50k
Press the [HIDE/SHOW] key.
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
CSE 245.8°
SPD 16.3kt
SOUNDER
15.0
30
20
20
30
10
0
Figure 5-3 MARK/LINE window
3. Press the soft key MARK SHAPE to
change mark shape, the soft key MARK
LINE to change mark line, or the soft key
MARK COLOR to change mark color.
Mark shape
Press the soft key MARK SHAPE to display the MARK SHAPE window. Press ▲
or ▼ to select mark shape desired.
MARK SHAPE
▲
' ™
™
™
™ ✕
™
™
™
▼
40
50
54.0
DGPS 3D
50k
Press the [HIDE/SHOW] key.
15.0
20
30
20
30
Figure 5-4 MARK SHAPE window
10
40
50
0
54.0
DGPS 3D
50k
60
Press the [HIDE/SHOW] key.
Figure 5-2 Changing displays
(Video sounder display)
Mark line
Press the soft key MARK LINE to display
the MARK LINE window. Press ▲ or ▼ to
select mark line desired.
MARK LINE
▲
'
™
™
™
▼
Figure 5-5 MARK LINE window
5-2
Mark color
5.3
Press the soft key MARK COLOR to display the MARK COLOR window. Press
▲ or ▼ to select mark color desired.
Mark size can be selected from STD (standard) and SMALL.
MARK COLOR
▲
' RED
™ YELLOW
™ GREEN
™ LIGHT BLUE
™ PURPLE
™ BLUE
™ WHITE
▼
Figure 5-6 MARK COLOR window
4. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key.
5. Press the soft key RETURN to finish.
Marks/lines entered hereafter are inscribed
in the shape, color and line type selected
here.
Changing Mark Size
1. Press the [MENU] key to display the main
menu.
2. Press the soft key CHART SETUP OPTIONS.
3. Press the soft key CHART DETAILS to
open the CHART DETAILS menu.
sLAT/LON
GRID
TEXT INFO
WAYPOINT
WAYPOINT NAME
INDEX
LANDMASS
BACKGROUND
NAV AIDS
SECTOR INFO
OTHER SYMBOLS
MARK SIZE
GREEN
ON
LARGE
ON
ON
BRT YELLOW
BLUE
ON
OFF
WHITE
STD
DGPS 3D
CHART
DETAIL
EDIT
DEPTH
INFO
RETURN
Figure 5-7 CHART DETAILS menu
4. Press ▼ to select MARK SIZE.
5 Press the soft key EDIT.
6. Press ▲ or ▼ to select STD (standard) or
SMALL.
7. Press the [ENTER] key.
5-3
5.4
Erasing Marks
Erasing individual marks/lines
1. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on the mark you want to erase.
2. Press the [CLEAR] key. The mark selected is erased.
Note: To erase line, place the cursor on
an edge of the line. The line segment will
be erased.
Erasing whole marks/lines
You can erase all marks and lines. Be absolutely sure you want to erase all marks and
lines; erased marks and lines cannot be restored.
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CHART SETUP OPTIONS and
TRACK CONTROL.
2. Press the soft key ERASE MARK. You
are asked if you are sure to erase all
marks and lines.
3. Press the [ENTER] key to erase, or press
the [CLEAR] key to escape.
5-4
5.5
Displaying Track and
Mark Points
Number of track and mark points used appears in the TRACK STATUS window on the
TRACK CONTROL display. For further details see page 4-1.
6. WAYPOINTS
6.1
Entering Waypoints
In navigation terminology, a waypoint is a particular location on a voyage whether it be a
starting, intermediate or destination point. A
waypoint is the simplest piece of information
your equipment requires to get you to a destination, in the shortest distance possible.
This unit has 835 waypoints (including quick
waypoints) into which you can enter position
information. There are five methods by which
you can enter a waypoint: at own ship’s position, at MOB position, by cursor, by range
and bearing, and through the waypoint list
(manual input of latitude and longitude).
Entering waypoints at own ship’s
position
You can save your current position as a
waypoint. Press the [SAVE/MOB] key with a
touch-and-release action to store your position. This new waypoint will automatically be
saved in the waypoint list under the next consecutive waypoint number.
Entering waypoints at MOB position
The MOB mark functions to mark man overboard position.
2. Press the [ENTER] key to select MOB
position as destination, or the [CLEAR]
key to only mark MOB position.
3. To show range and bearing to the MOB
position, press the soft key NAV L/L followed by the soft key NAV WPT.
Bearing and range
to MOB position
MOB
mark
Range, bearing
Man
overboad
Current
position
Figure 6-2 MOB concept
To erase a MOB mark, you must erase both
the waypoint it is registered under and the
MOB mark itself. Place the cursor on the
MOB mark and press the [CLEAR] key followed by the [ENTER] key to erase the
waypoint. (A flashing diamond appears over
the waypoint when it has been correctly selected.) Repeat to erase the MOB mark.
Entering waypoints by the cursor
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key to open the
waypoint & route menu.
1. Press the [SAVE/MOB] key several seconds to display the following message.
MAN OVER BOARD!
GO TO (MOB)?
YES ... "ENTER" key
NO ... "CLEAR" key
M
(MOB)
WPT
& ROUTE
WAYPOINTS
ROUTES
LOG
CREATE VOYAGE BASED ROUTE
Figure 6-1 MOB message
DGPS 3D
Figure 6-3 Waypoint & route menu
2. Press the soft key WAYPOINTS to display the waypoint menu.
6-1
ADD/EDIT/MOVE WAYPOINTS
WPT
Changing the shape and color of
waypoint mark
LOCAL LIST
1. Press the soft key SELECT MARK.
ALPHA/NUMERIC LIST
2. Press the soft key MARK SHAPE to open
the mark shape selection window.
WAYPOINT BY CURSOR
WAYPOINT BY RANGE & BEARING
MARK SHAPE
RETURN
DGPS 3D
Figure 6-4 waypoint menu
3. Press the soft key WAYPOINT BY CURSOR. The plotter display appears.
4. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on the location desired.
5. Press the soft key NEW WPT. The
waypoint window appears and it shows
mark shape, waypoint name, comment
(default: date), position of waypoint and
proximity alarm radius.
Figure 6-6 Mark shape selection window
MARK
NAME
0 0 1 WPT
COMMENT
17:38 01SEP97
LAT
LON
34 12. 345’ N
135 12. 3457’ W
PROXIMITY
ALARM RADIUS
DGPS 3D
NEW
WPT
SELECT
MARK
COORD
TYPE
N<-->S
E<-->W
SAVE
0.00 nm
3. Operate the cursor pad to select shape
desired.
4. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key.
5. Press the soft key SELECT MARK.
6. Press the soft key MARK COLOR to open
the mark color selection window.
RETURN
SELECT COLOR
Figure 6-5 Waypoint window
6. If you do not need to change the waypoint
data, simply press the soft key SAVE to
register the waypoint and return to the
plotter display. Be sure to press the soft
key SAVE only after changing all data.
▲
' RED
™ YELLOW
™ GREEN
™ LIGHT BLUE
™ PURPLE
™ BLUE
™ WHITE
▼
Figure 6-7 Mark color selection window
7. Press ▲ or ▼ to select the color desired,
and then press the soft key ENTER or the
[ENTER] key.
6-2
Changing waypoint name, comment,
proximity alarm radius
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
FROM
’X’
0.01nm
224.1
WPT
RNG BRG
ZOOM
IN
1. If necessary, you can change the name
(1 to 6 characters), comment (13 characters), L/L position and the proximity alarm
radius (explained in detail in Chapter 8)
as follows:
a) Select the NAME, COMMENT or
PROXIMITY ALARM RADIUS field.
b) Use the cursor pad to select character or digit.
c) Enter appropriate data with the alphanumeric keys.
Note: You cannot change shape and color
of a waypoint when it has a proximity alarm
radius entered. To change shape or color,
enter all zeroes as the proximity alarm radius.
Changing waypoint position
ZOOM
OUT
X
NEW
WPT
START
POINT
DGPS 3D
RETURN
Figure 6-8 Plotter display, Range and
bearing selected as waypoint entry method
4. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on the location desired. The range and
bearing from own ship to cursor appear
at the top of the screen.
Note: The origin point of range and
bearing can be shifted to the place you
desire. Operate the cursor pad to select
location, and then press the soft key
START POINT. “X” appears at the cursor
position.
1. Use the cursor pad to place the cursor in
the LAT LON field.
5. Press the soft key NEW WPT. The screen
should look something like the one shown
in Figure 6-5.
2. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on digit to change. Enter appropriate
data with the alphanumeric keys.
6. If necessary, change data as you did in
“Entering waypoints by the cursor.”
3. You can switch co-ordinates with the soft
key N<-->S/E<-->W.
Entering waypoints by range and
bearing
This method is useful when you want to enter a waypoint using range and bearing to a
target found on a radar.
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key to open the
waypoint & route menu.
2. Press the soft key WAYPOINTS to open
the waypoint menu.
7. Press the soft key SAVE to register the
waypoint.
Entering waypoints by latitude and
longitude position
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key to open the
waypoint & route menu.
2. Press the soft key WAYPOINTS to open
the waypoint menu.
3. Press the soft key LOCAL LIST (lists
waypoints in order from nearest to furthest) or ALPHA/NUMERIC LIST (lists
waypoints in alphanumeric order).
3. Press the soft key WAYPOINT BY
RANGE & BEARING. The plotter screen
appears.
6-3
BRG.
23.8°
1.75nm
FISH01 RNG.
33°12.345' N
ABCDEFGHIJKL
WPT
LOCAL
135°23.456' W
GO TO
WPT001
12:30 29SE97
BRG. 90.0°
RNG. 2.51nm
33°23.456' N
135°23.567' W
BRG.
180.0°
5.07nm
ABCDEF RNG.
34°12.345' N
15:21 01OCT97
135°54.321' W
BRIDGE
BRG. 359.9°
RNG. 8.01nm
34°12.345' N
135°54.321' W
16:45 01OCT97
DGPS 3D
NEW
WPT
EDIT
WPT
BRG.
180.0°
5.07nm
ABCDEF RNG.
34°12.345’ N
15:21 01OCT97
135°54.321’ W
BRIDGE
BRG. 359.9°
RNG. 8.01nm
34°12.345’ N
135°54.321’ W
Erasing waypoints through the
waypoint list
RETURN
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key to open the
waypoint & route menu.
WPT
ALPHA
GO TO
BRG.
23.8°
1.75nm
FISH01 RNG.
33°12.345’ N
ABCDEFGHIJKL
WPT001
12:30 29SE97
DGPS 3D
135°23.456’ W
BRG. 90.0°
RNG. 2.51nm
33°23.456’ N
135°23.567’ W
4. Press the [ENTER] key. The waypoint is
erased from both the plotter screen and
the waypoint list.
ERASE
WPT
Figure 6-9 Local list
16:45 01OCT97
3. Press the [CLEAR] key. You are asked if
you are sure to erase the waypoint.
NEW
WPT
EDIT
WPT
ERASE
WPT
RETURN
SEARCH FOR _ _ _
Search window
2. Press the soft key WAYPOINTS to open
the waypoint menu.
3. Press the soft key LOCAL LIST or ALPHA/
NUMERIC LIST.
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select the waypoint you
want to erase.
5. Press the soft key ERASE WPT. You are
asked if you are sure to erase the
waypoint.
6. Press the [ENTER] key. The waypoint is
erased from both the waypoint list and the
plotter screen.
Figure 6-10 Alpha/numeric list
4. Press the soft key NEW WPT to show the
waypoint window. Own ship’s position is
shown. Change the data similar to how
you did in “Entering waypoints by the cursor.”
5. Press the soft key SAVE.
6.2
Erasing Individual
Waypoints
Individual waypoints can be erased by the
cursor or through the waypoint list.
6.3
Changing Waypoint Data
You can change the waypoint data through
the list.
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key, soft key
WAYPOINTS, and soft key LOCAL LIST
or ALPHA/NUMERIC LIST.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select the waypoint you
want to change.
3. Press the soft key EDIT WPT.
4. Change data as you did in “Entering
waypoints by the cursor.”
5. Press the soft key SAVE.
Erasing waypoints by the cursor
1. Press the cursor pad to turn on the cursor.
2. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on the waypoint you want to erase. A
flashing diamond mark appears over the
waypoint when it is correctly selected.
6-4
6.4
Waypoint Mark Size
You may change the size of all waypoint
marks to small or large (default), or turn them
off.
3. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on the waypoint which you want to
change. A flashing diamond mark appears
on the waypoint when it is correctly selected.
1. Press the [MENU] key to open the main
menu.
4. Press the soft key EDIT/MOVE.
2. Press the soft key CHART SETUP OPTIONS.
6. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on the location desired.
3. Press the soft key CHART DETAILS to
open the CHART DETAILS menu.
7. Press the [ENTER] key.
sLAT/LON
GRID
TEXT INFO
WAYPOINT
WAYPOINT NAME
INDEX
LANDMASS
BACKGROUND
NAV AIDS
SECTOR INFO
OTHER SYMBOLS
MARK SIZE
GREEN
ON
LARGE
ON
ON
BRT YELLOW
BLUE
ON
OFF
WHITE
STD
DGPS 3D
CHART
DETAIL
EDIT
DEPTH
INFO
The waypoint moves to the cursor position
and its new position is recorded on the
waypoint list. If the waypoint is set as destination or is part of a route, you are asked if
you are sure to move the waypoint. In this
case, press the [ENTER] key again, or the
[CLEAR] key to cancel move.
6.6
RETURN
Figure 6-11 Chart details menu
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select WAYPOINT.
5. Press the soft key EDIT.
6. Press ▲ or ▼ to select LARGE, SMALL
or OFF. LARGE shows mark in actual
shape. SMALL displays all waypoints with
an “X” regardless of mark shape selected.
7. Press the soft key ENTER or [ENTER]
key.
6.5
5. Press the soft key MOVE WPT.
Changing Waypoint
Position on the Plotter
Display
Searching Waypoints
You can search for a waypoint through the
alpha/numeric list as follows:
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key, and then press
the soft keys WAYPOINTS and ALPHA/
NUMERIC LIST to show the alpha/numeric list. At the bottom of the display the
search window appears.
SEARCH FOR _ _ _
Figure 6-12 Search window
2. Use the alphanumeric keys to enter the
first 1 - 3 characters in the search window. The waypoint searched appears at
the top of the screen.
You may change the latitude and longitude
position of waypoints on the plotter display
as follows:
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key followed by the
soft key WAYPOINTS to open the
waypoint menu.
2. Press the soft key WAYPOINT BY CURSOR. The plotter display appears.
6-5
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7. ROUTES
Often a trip from one place to another involves
several course changes, requiring a series
of route points (waypoints) which you navigate to, one after another. The sequence of
waypoints leading to the ultimate destination
is called a route. Your unit can automatically
advance to the next waypoint on a route, so
you do not have to change the destination
waypoint repeatedly.
You can store up to 200 routes. A route may
consist of 35 points.
ROUTE NAME
001
COMMENT
NEW
ROUTE
PLOT
LOCAL
LIST
ALPH
LIST
CONECT
ROUTE
DGPS 3D
CANCEL
Figure 7-2 New route entry screen
7.1
Entering Routes
Entering routes through the route
list
This method constructs routes using existing waypoints.
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key to open the
waypoint & route menu.
2. Press the soft key ROUTES to open the
route menu.
ABCDEF
ABCDEFGHIJKL
BRIDGE
12:30 29SE97
FISH01
15:21 01OCT97
HPT001
16:45 01OCT97
DGPS 3D
LENGTH
25.6 nm
WAYPOINTS
35
LENGTH
56.7 nm
WAYPOINTS
6
LENGTH
21.1 nm
WAYPOINTS
3
LENGTH
4.7 nm
WAYPOINTS
1
SEARCH FOR _ _ _
4. If desired you can change the route name
shown and/or add a comment. To change
route name, press the [CLEAR] key to
clear the route name. Use the cursor pad
to locate the cursor and then press appropriate alphanumeric key. To enter a
comment, place the cursor in the COMMENT window. Use the cursor pad and
alphanumeric keys to enter your comment. A route name may consist of six
characters; comment, 13 characters.
5. Press the soft key LOCAL LIST or ALPH
LIST to open the waypoint list.
GO TO
6. Press ▲ or ▼ to select a waypoint, and
press the soft key ADD WPT to add it to
the route.
NEW
ROUTE
7. Repeat step 6 to complete the route.
ROUTE
EDIT
ROUTE
ERASE
ROUTE
RETURN
RETURN
When you want to clear a waypoint selected, press the soft key ERASE LST
WP. Each pressing of this key deletes the
last waypoint entered.
8. Press the soft key SAVE to register the
route.
Figure 7-1 Route menu
3. Press the soft key NEW ROUTE to open
the new route entry screen.
7-1
Entering routes by the cursor
CONNECT ROUTE
This method allows you to construct a route
directly on the plotter display, using existing
waypoints or new locations. Any new location will be saved as a waypoint, under the
next consecutive waypoint number.
FIRST
SECOND
______
______
FORWARD
REVERSE
NEW
ROUTE
F<-->R
SAVE
1. Follow step 1-4 in “Entering routes
through the route list.”
2. Press the soft key PLOT. The plotter display appears.
DGPS 3D
CANCEL
Figure 7-3 Connect route window
3. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on an existing waypoint (soft key ADD
WPT appears) or new location (soft key
ADD NEW WPT appears).
5. Press the soft key F<-->R to select direction to transverse the waypoints of the
route.
4. Press the soft key ADD WP (ADD NEW
WPT) key.
7. Enter the route name of the second route
similar to how you did for the first route.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to complete the
route.
8. Press the soft key SAVE.
6. Press the [ENTER] key to register the
route.
7.2
Connecting Routes
Note: The maximum number of waypoints in
a route is 35. If this number is exceeded an
error message appears. In this case, if desired, delete waypoints in one or both routes
so the total number of waypoints does not
exceed 35.
Two routes can be connected as follows:
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key followed by the
soft keys ROUTES and NEW ROUTE to
open the new route menu.
2. Enter the name for new route.
3. Press the soft key CONECT ROUTE.
4. Enter the registered route name for the
first route beneath FIRST in the CONNECT ROUTE window.
7.3
Inserting, Removing
Waypoints
Inserting waypoints through the
route list
Waypoints can be inserted in routes as follows:
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key followed by the
soft key ROUTES to open the route menu.
2. Select a route by pressing ▲ or ▼.
3. Press the soft key EDIT ROUTE. The
route name screen appears.
4. Press the soft key LOCAL LIST. All
waypoints in the route are displayed.
7-2
EDIT
ROUTE
ROUTE NAME: ABCDEF
COMMENT: ABCDEFGHIJKL
01
s WPT001
02
WPT002
03
WPT003
04
WPT004
05
WPT005
34°12.345’N
135°54.321’W
34°23.456’N
136°10.255’W
35°11.222’N
136°55.889’W
35°22.878’N
136°44.333’W
34°15.279’N
135°34.111’W
LEG
204.8°
33.83nm
22.0°
34.27nm
35.1°
2.89nm
125.6°
31.25nm
INSERT
WPT
REMOVE
WPT
CHANGE
WPT
COORD
TYPE
RETURN
RETURN
DGPS 3D
5. Press ▲ or ▼ to place the cursor at the
location where you want to insert a
waypoint.
6. Press the soft key INSERT WPT to show
the waypoint list.
EDIT
ROUTE
02
LEG
34¡.12.345’N
LOCAL LIST
135¡.54.321’W
204.8¡
WPT01033.83nm
001
34¡.23.456’N
WPT002
136¡.10.255’W
01
WPT001
03
WPT003
04
WPT004
05
WPT005
DGPS 3D
33°22.125’N
136°44.369’W
22.0¡
SELECT
WPT
COORD
TYPE
WPT011
34.27nm
002
35¡.11.222’N
33°22.130’N
136°44.355’W
136¡.55.889’W
35.1¡
LOCAL
LIST
WPT0122.89nm
35¡.22.878’N
003
33°22.111’N
136°44.365’W
136¡.44.333’W
125.6¡
WPT013
34¡.15.279’N
31.25nm
004
33°22.200’N
136°44.113’W
135¡.34.111’W
5. Operate the cursor to place the cursor on
the waypoint which you want to insert.
6. Press the soft key ADD TO START.
7. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on an existing waypoint (soft key ADD
WPT appears) or new location (soft key
ADD NEW WPT appears).
8. Press the soft key ADD WPT (ADD NEW
WPT).
Figure 7-4 Edit route menu
ROUTE NAME: ABCDEF
COMMENT: ABCDEFGHIJKL
4. Press the soft key PLOT to show the plotter screen.
ALPH
LIST
RETURN
CANCEL
Figure 7-5 Waypoint list for editing
a route (Local list)
7. Press ▲ or ▼ to select the waypoint you
want to insert. You can switch between
the local list and alphanumeric list by
pressing the soft key LOCAL LIST or
ALPH LIST.
9. Press the [ENTER] key.
When you want to insert waypoints after the
last waypoint, press the soft key “ADD TO
END” at the step 6.
Inserting waypoints in an intermediate
location within a route
1. Follow steps 1 through 4 in “Inserting
waypoints before the first waypoint or after the last waypoint.”
2. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on a line connecting waypoints.
3. Press the soft key SPLIT LEG. The selected line turns red.
4. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on an existing waypoint (soft key INSERT WPT appears) or new location (soft
key INSERT NEW WPT appears). Press
the appropriate soft key.
Removing waypoints from routes
8. Press the soft key SELECT WPT.
Removing route waypoints through the
route list
Inserting waypoints on the plotter
display
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key followed by the
soft key ROUTES to open the route menu.
Inserting waypoints before the first
waypoint or after the last waypoint
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key followed by the
soft key ROUTES to open the route menu.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select the route desired.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select the route desired.
3. Press the soft keys EDIT ROUTE and
LOCAL LIST to show the waypoint list.
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select the waypoint you
want to delete.
5. Press the soft key REMOVE WPT.
3. Press the soft key EDIT ROUTE.
7-3
Removing route waypoints from the
plotter display
Next consecutive route number
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key followed by the
soft key ROUTES to open the route menu.
ROUTE NAME
SAVE
ROUTE
START
LOG
006
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select the route desired.
COMMENT
3. Press the soft key EDIT ROUTE.
4. Press the soft key PLOT to show the plot
screen.
5. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on the waypoint you want to remove
from the route.
6. Press the soft key REMOVE WPT.
7.4
Creating Track-based
Routes
You can create routes based on your ship’s
track by entering waypoints at own ship’s
position. This feature is useful when you wish
to retrace a track.
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key to open the
waypoint & route menu.
2. Press the soft key CREATE VOYAGE
BASED ROUTE to show the save route
menu.
CANCEL
DGPS 3D
Figure 7-7 New route window
4. If required, you may change the route
name and enter a comment, using the
[CLEAR] key, cursor pad and alphanumeric keys.
5. Press the soft key START LOG to show
the track-based route screen. If you entered an existing route name at step 4,
you are asked if you want to add trackbased waypoints to the existing route.
Then, press the [ENTER] key to select
YES, or the [CLEAR] key to escape.
SAVE
ROUTE
ROUTE NAME: XYZ
COMMENT: BEST FISHING
01
LEG
FINISH
LOG
02
03
ABCDEF
ABCDEFGHIJKL
BRIDGE
12:30 29SE97
FISH01
15:21 01OCT97
HPT001
16:45 01OCT97
DGPS 3D
LENGTH
25.6 nm
WAYPOINTS
35
LENGTH
56.7 nm
WAYPOINTS
6
SAVE
ROUTE
NEW
SEARCH FOR _ _ _
DGPS 3D
COORD
TYPE
RETURN
RETURN
Figure 7-8 Route contents display
RETURN
RETURN
Figure 7-6 Save route menu
3. Press the soft key NEW to show the new
route window.
7-4
05
SELECT
ROUTE
LENGTH
21.1 nm
WAYPOINTS
3
LENGTH
4.7 nm
WAYPOINTS
1
04
6. Press the [PLOT] key to show the plot display. The SAVE icon appears at the bottom of the screen.
NORTH
UP
ZOOM
IN
ZOOM
OUT
COURSE
UP
DGPS 3D
SA
VE
NAV
L/L
SAVE icon
Figure 7-8 SAVE icon appearance
on the plotter display
7. Press the [SAVE/MOB] key with a touchand-release action to enter a waypoint
mark at own ship position. A new waypoint
is created under the next consecutive
waypoint number and that waypoint is
added to the route.
8. Repeat step 7 as necessary. 35 waypoints
can be entered.
9. Press the [WPT/RTE] key followed by the
soft key CREATE VOYAGE BASED
ROUTE.
10.Press the soft key FINISH LOG to register the route. The SAVE icon disappears.
7.5
Erasing Routes
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key followed by the
soft key ROUTES to open the route menu.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select a route you want
to erase.
3. Press the soft key ERASE ROUTE. You
are asked if you are sure to erase the
route.
4. Press the [ENTER] key to erase the route.
7-5
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8. NAVIGATION
8.1 Navigating to “Quick
Points”
The “quick point” feature allows you to navigate to point(s) without retaining the data indefinitely in your unit’s memory. Each time a
quick point is entered the previous quick
points having the same quick point numbers
are written over.
Selecting quick point entry method
You need to tell your unit how to set the quick
point: 1 POINT, 35 POINT (up to 35 points)
or WPT/PORT SERV. (For WPT/PORT
SERV, see the next page.)
3. Depending on the selection you made at
step two press the soft key GO TO CURSOR or GO TO WPT.
A light-blue line connects between own ship
and destination, marked “QP<01>”, and it
shows the shortest course to the destination.
Arrows on the line show the direction to follow to the quick point. Range and bearing
from own ship to the destination appears at
the top of screen. This location is saved to
the waypoint list as waypoint “QP01.”
Navigating to multiple quick points
1. Press the [MENU] key.
1. Select 35 POINT in the “selecting quick
point entry method,” and return to the plotter display.
2. Press the soft key DISPLAY OPTIONS.
2. Press the soft key GO TO.
3. Select SET GO TO METHOD and press
the soft key EDIT. The following display
appears.
3. Place the cursor on an existing waypoint
(soft key SELECT WPT appears) or a new
location (soft key ADD QP appears).
SET GO TO METHOD
▲
' 1 POINT
™ 35 POINT
™ WPT/PORT SER
▼
Figure 8-1 Set go to method window
4. Select method desired.
5. Press the soft key ENTER.
6. Press the soft key RETURN to finish.
Navigating to a single quick point
1. Select 1 POINT in the “selecting quick
point entry method,” and return to the plotter display.
2. Place the cursor on an existing waypoint
(soft key GO TO WPT appears) or a new
location (soft key GO TO CURSOR appears).
4. Depending on the selection you made at
step 3 press the soft key SELECT WPT
or ADD QP. “QP<01>” appears at the cursor location. To erase last-entered
waypoint press the soft key ERASE LST
WPT.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to complete.
6. Press the [ENTER] key to register the
route.
A light-blue line connects between own ship
and all quick points, and it shows the shortest course to destination. Arrows on the line
show the direction to follow the route. Quick
points are numbered in sequential order from
QP<01> and are saved to the waypoint list.
Range and bearing from own ship to the first
destination appears at the top of screen. The
unit saves the points as a route, under the
name “Q>RTE” (Quick Route).
8-1
8.2
Navigating to Waypoints
(waypoint list)
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key to open the
waypoint & route menu.
+ 40°45.971’N
13°57.462’E
4. Select a waypoint.
5. Press the soft key GO TO. The plotter display appears. A light-blue line runs between destination selected and own ship’s
position. Arrows on the line show the direction to the follow. Waypoint data appear at the top of screen.
0.26 nm
180.2°
GO TO
QUICK
ROUTE
NEAR
SRVICE
PUNTA CORNACCHIA
PORT
ACCO AMENO
2. Press the soft key WAYPOINTS to open
the waypoint menu.
3. Press the soft key LOCAL LIST or ALPHA/
NUMERIC LIST to show corresponding
waypoint list.
FROM
OS
ISCHIA PORTO
CASAMICCIOLA
I. ISCHIA
CANCEL
GO TO
DGPS 3D
Figure 8-2 Plotter display
7. Press the soft key PORT or NEAR
SRVICE soft key depending on objective.
PORT shows a list of ports in your area.
NEAR SRVICE displays the port service
list.
SELECT PORT
s
8.3
Navigating to Ports, Port
Services
Some Nav-Charts™ mini chart cards have a
port service list which shows services available at ports or harbors. (See page 3-4.) You
can use the list to set destination as follows:
1. Press the [MENU] key to open the main
menu.
2. Press the soft key DISPLAY OPTIONS.
3. Press ▼ to select SET GO TO METHOD
and press the soft key EDIT. The SET GO
TO METHOD window appears.
4. Press the ▲ or ▼ to select WPT/PORT
SER and press the [ENTER] key or the
soft key ENTER.
ACCIAROLI
ACQUAMORTA
AGNONE S. NICOLA
AGROPOLI
AMALFI
BAIA
CAPRI
CASA MICCIOLA-ISCHIA
Figure 8-3 Sample port list (southern Italy)
SELECT PORT
SERVICE
'
™
™
™
™
™
™
™
5. Press the [PLOT] key to return to the plotter display.
6. Press the soft key GO TO. Soft key titles
change as in Figure 8-2.
▼
Figure 8-4 Sample port service list
8-2
8. If you selected PORT in step 7, use the
cursor pad to select a port and press the
[ENTER] key. Make a route using the soft
keys and press the [ENTER] key. (If you
want to go directly to that port, simply
press the soft key ADD QP followed by
the [ENTER] key.)
FISH
WPT
FROM
OS
1.3 nm
208.5°
ZOOM
IN
ZOOM
OUT
WP-002
GO TO
WPT
FISH
If you selected NEAR SERVICE in step
7, select service mark desired and then
press the soft key ENTER. Then, the display shows the locations of those services
nearest you. (Figure 8-5 shows location
of filling stations in an area in southern
Italy.) Use ▲ or ▼ to place the “hand cursor” on the port service icon desired and
press the soft key ENTER. Make a route
using the soft keys and press the [ENTER] key. (If you want to go directly to
location selected, simply press the soft
key ADD QP followed by the [ENTER]
key.)
+
40°45.971’N
13°57.462’E
FROM
OS
0.26 nm
180.2°
GO TO
GO TO
ROUTE
RVSE
ROUTE
WP-001
DGPS 3D
RETURN
CRAB
Figure 8-6 Plotter display, route
selected as destination
The cursor is on the route waypoint nearest
own ship.
4. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on the waypoint or leg desired in the
route.
5. Press the software key GO TO WPT or
FOLLOW LEG (depanding on the choice
at step 4).
Green lines connect all route waypoints and
arrows on the lines point in the direction to
traverse the route.
PUNTA CORNACCHIA
ACCO AMENO
ENTER
Navigate route waypoints in reverse
order
ISCHIA PORTO
CASAMICCIOLA
I. ISCHIA
DGPS 3D
CANCEL
GO TO
Figure 8-5 Sample filling station locations
(southern Italy)
Press the soft key RVSE ROUTE to reverse
the order to traverse waypoints. The arrows
on the route line point in direction selected.
Navigate directly to a route
waypoint
8.4
Following a Route
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key followed by the
soft key ROUTE to open the route list.
If you want to go directly to a route waypoint,
place the cursor on the waypoint to show the
flashing diamond, and then press the soft key
GO TO WPT.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select a route.
3. Press the soft key GO TO to show the
plotter display.
Navigate along specific leg of route
Place the cursor on the leg to display it in a
white and red flashing line, and then press
the soft key FOLLOW LEG.
8-3
Restarting navigation
Setting speed for ETA calculation
When you steer to avoid an obstacle or the
vessel drifts, you may go off your intended
course (Line 1 in Figure 8-7). Use the steering or highway display to return to course.
Speed, which may be input manually or automatically, is required to calculate ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival) to a waypoint.
Also, if you don’t need to return to the original course, you can go directly to the waypoint
(Line 2 in Figure 8-7) using the restart function as on the next page.
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key to display the
waypoint & route menu.
2. Press the soft key LOG.
3. Press the soft key SPEED.
SELECT SPEED
FOR ETA
Line 2
▲
' SPD 10.0kt
™ GPS AVG SPD
▼
Figure 8-9 Select speed for ETA window
Obstacle
4. Key in speed manually in the SPD field,
or use GPS speed data by selecting GPS
AVG SPD.
Line 1
Original course
5. Press the soft key ENTER to register your
selection.
Figure 8-7 Example of when
to restart navigation
1. Set a destination.
Switching waypoints
2. Press the [WPT/RTE] key to open the
waypoint & route menu.
3. Press the soft key LOG.
TO Waypoint (WPT no. in reverse video)
Passed waypoint (gray characters)
Estimated Time of Arrival at last
waypoint
ETA
01
34°23.564’N
135°23.456’E
BRIDGE
02
HARBOR
03
WP<001>
04
WP<002>
05
34°32.456’N
135°32.456’E
34°23.345’N
135°12.456’E
34°34.555’N
135°55.555’E
34°32.555’N
134°99.999’E
WP<003>
LOG
23:59 31.SEP
LEG
120.5°
23.4nm
RESTART
23.6°
23.4nm
STOP
123.6°
23.5nm
RVSE
ROUTE
180.5°
23.5nm
SPEED
180.5°
23.5nm
DGPS 3D
Figure 8-8 Log display
4. Press the soft key RESTART.
8-4
COORD
TYPE
When you arrive to a waypoint on a route,
you can switch to the next waypoint three
ways: AUTO1, AUTO2 and MANUAL.
AUTO1: Automatically switches the TO
waypoint when your boat is within the arrival
alarm area. For how to set the arrival alarm
area, see “9.3 Arrival Alarm” on page 9-1.
AUTO2: Automatically switches the TO
waypoint when the boat enters the arrival
alarm range or the boat passes an imaginary
perpendicular line passing through the center of the destination waypoint.
MANUAL: When the boat enters the arrival
alarm area, the TO waypoint may be switched
by using the soft key RESTART (on the LOG
display). If the arrival alarm is not set, the
waypoint will not be switched. To be alerted
when you arrive at a waypoint turn on the
audio alarm. For further details, see “9.2 Audio Alarm On/Off” on page 9-1.
To select waypoint switching method do the
following:
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the soft key DISPLAY OPTIONS.
3. Select WAYPOINTS SW.
4. Press the soft key EDIT to show the
waypoint sw window.
5. Select appropriate waypoint switching
method.
6. Press the soft key ENTER to close the
window.
8.5
Cancelling Navigation
1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key.
2. Press the soft key LOG.
3. Press the soft key STOP.
4. Press the [ENTER] key to go stand by.
5. Press the soft key RELEASE.
6. Press the [ENTER] key.
8-5
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9. PLOTTER ALARMS
9.1
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select ON or OFF.
Introduction
There are five plotter-related alarms which
generate both audible and visual alarms: Arrival alarm, Anchor Watch alarm, XTE (Cross
Track Error) alarm, Proximity alarm, and
Speed alarm.
When an alarm setting is violated the buzzer
sounds, and the speaker icon ( ) appears
in red. You may silence the alarm by pressing the [CLEAR] key. The icon remains on
the screen until the cause of the alarm is removed or the alarm is deactivated.
9.2
5. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key to register your selection.
9.3
Arrival Alarm
The arrival alarm informs you that your boat
is approaching a destination waypoint. The
area that defines an arrival zone is that of a
circle which you approach from the outside
of the circle. The alarm will be released if your
boat enters the circle. When the arrival alarm
is active a red dashed circle marks the arrival alarm area.
Audio Alarm On/Off
The audio alarm sounds whenever an alarm
setting is violated. You can enable or disable
the audio alarm as follows:
1. Press the [ALARM] key to show the alarm
menu.
ALARM1
ON
ALARM
ON 0.100nm
ARRIVAL ALARM
ON 0.050nm
ANCHOR ALARM
PROXIMITY ALARM ON
ON 0.100nm
XTE ALARM
OVER/UNDER
SPEED ALARM
12.5 ~ 15.0kt
sAUDIO
EDIT
Alarm
range
Own ship
: Alarm area
Destination
waypoint
Figure 9-3 How the arrival alarm works
1. Press the [ALARM] key to open the alarm
menu.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select ARRIVAL ALARM.
CLEAR
ALARM
ALARM INFORMATION
3. Press the soft key EDIT to show the arrival alarm window.
NO ALARM
NEXT
PAGE
DGPS 3D
Figure 9-1 Alarm menu
ARRIVAL ALARM
▲
' ON 0.500nm
™ OFF
▼
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select AUDIO ALARM.
3. Press the soft key EDIT to show the audio alarm window.
AUDIO ALARM
▲
ON
™ OFF
▼
'
Figure 9-2 Audio alarm window
Figure 9-4 Arrival alarm window
4. Press ▲ to select ON.
5. Operate the cursor pad to place the cursor on the digit desired.
6. Key in the alarm range desired. The arrival alarm range is 0.001 to 9.999 miles.
7. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key.
9-1
9.4
Anchor Watch Alarm
The anchor watch alarm informs you that your
boat is moving when it should be at rest.
When the anchor watch is active, a red
dashed circle marks the anchor watch area.
9.5
XTE (Cross Track Error)
Alarm
The XTE alarm warns you when your boat is
off its intended course. When the XTE alarm
is active two red dashed lines mark the XTE
alarm area.
Alarm
setting
Your ship’s position
where you start the
anchor watch alarm.
Alarm
setting
Own ship’s
position
Destination
waypoint
: Alarm
area
: Alarm
Figure 9-5 How the anchor
watch alarm works
1. Press the [ALARM] key to open the alarm
menu.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select ANCHOR ALARM.
3. Press the soft key EDIT to open the anchor alarm window.
ANCHOR ALARM
▲
' ON 0.050nm
™ OFF
▼
Figure 9-6 Anchor watch alarm window
4. Press ▲ to select ON.
5. Key in the alarm range desired. The anchor watch range is 0.001 to 9.999 miles.
6. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key to register your selection.
9-2
Figure 9-7 How the XTE alarm works
1. Press the [ALARM] key to open the alarm
menu.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select XTE ALARM.
3. Press the soft key EDIT to open the XTE
alarm window.
XTE ALARM
▲
' ON 0.100nm
™ OFF
▼
Figure 9-8 XTE alarm window
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select ON.
5. Key in the alarm range desired. The XTE
alarm range is 0.001 to 9.999 miles.
6. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key to register your selection.
9.6
Speed Alarm
The speed alarm warns when your boat’s
speed is within, over/under or under the
speed range set.
1. Press the [ALARM] key to open the alarm
menu.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select SPEED ALARM.
3. Press the soft key EDIT to display the
speed alarm window.
SPEED ALARM
▲
' WITHIN
15.0 ~ 15.3 kt
™ OVER/UNDER
™ OFF
▼
9.7
Proximity Alarm
The proximity alarm alerts you when your
vessels nears a waypoint by the distance set
for that waypoint on the waypoint list. You
can globally activate or deactivate the proximity alarm here. Waypoints whose proximity alarm is active have a ( ) mark near them.
1. Press the [ALARM] key to open the alarm
menu.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select PROXIMITY
ALARM.
3. Press the soft key EDIT to show the proximity alarm window.
PROXIMITY ALARM
▲
Figure 9-9 Speed alarm window
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select WITHIN, OVER/
UNDER, or OFF.
5. Key in the alarm range desired.
6. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key to finish.
' ON
™ OFF
▼
Figure 9-10 Proximity alarm window
4. Select ON or OFF by the cursor pad.
5. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key to register your selection.
9-3
9.8
Alarm messages
Alarm Information
When an alarm setting has been violated the
buzzer sounds and the speaker icon (shown
in red) appears. You can see which alarm
has been violated, as well as silence the
buzzer, on the alarm menu display.
ALARM
ARRIVAL ALARM
ANCHOR ALARM
PROXMTY ALARM
XTE ALARM
SPEED ALARM
ON
ON 0.100nm
ON 0.050nm
ON
ON 0.100nm
OVER/UNDER
12.5 ~ 15.0kt
ALARM INFORMATION
ALARM1
EDIT
CLEAR
ALARM
NEXT
PAGE
Alarm information
(Example: Arrival alarm)
Figure 9-11 Alarm menu
2. Press the soft key CLEAR ALARM to silence the buzzer. The color of alarm message and the speaker icon may change
from red to black.
Note: The speaker icon is displayed in red
until all alarms have been acknowledged on
the alarm menu display. If more than one
alarm has been violated the message CONTINUE appears at the bottom of the display.
In this case press the soft key NEXT INFO to
see which other alarms have been violated.
9-4
YOU'VE ARRIVED AT
WAYPOINT.
Meaning
Arrival alarm setting
violated.
YOU'VE ENTERED AN
AVOIDANCE AREA.
Proximity alarm
setting violated.
YOU HAVE EXCEEDED XTE alarm setting
XTE LIMIT.
violated.
YOU HAVE EXCEEDED Speed alarm setting
SPEED ALARM LIMIT.
violated.
YOU HAVE EXCEEDED Bottom alarm setting
DEPTH ALARM LIMIT.
violated.
YOU’VE ARRIVED AT
WAYPOINT : SP-001.
DGPS 3D
Message
YOU HAVE EXCEEDED
Anchor watch alarm
ANCHOR WATCH
setting violated.
LIMIT.
1. Press the [ALARM] key.
sAUDIO
Table 9-1 Alarm messages and their meanings
FISH HAVE BEEN
DETECTED.
WATER TEMP IS
WITHIN TARGET
SETTING.
WATER TEMP IS
BEYOND TARGET
SETTING.
Fish schools enter the
alarm area.
Temp. alarm setting
violated.
10. SAVING AND LOADING DATA
TO/FROM MEMORY CARD
The following data can be saved to memory
card:
10.2 Saving Data to Memory
Card
• Mark/line
• Waypoints/routes
• Track
• Configration (menu settings)
The memory card can save four items of data;
track, mark/line, waypoint/route and configuration.
10.1 Formatting Memory Cards
Before you can use a memory card it must
be formatted. Note that formatting a used
card erases all saved data.
1. Insert the memory card you want to format into the slot.
2. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CONFIGRATION and UPLOAD/
DOWNLOAD DATA.
sTRACK
MARK/LINE
2. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CONFIGURATION and UPLOAD/
DOWNLOAD DATA.
3. Press the soft key labeled SAVE DATA
TO MEMORY CARD. The SAVE DATA
display (Figure 10-1) appears.
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select item to save.
SAVE
DATA
OFF
EDIT
5. Press the soft key EDIT to open the
TRACK, MARK/LINE, WAYPOINTS/
ROUTES or CONFIGRATION window.
SAVE
DATA
6. Press ▲ to select ON.
OFF
7. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key.
FORMAT
DGPS 3D
1. Insert a formatted memory card into the
slot.
OFF
WAYPOINT/ROUTE OFF
CONFIGURATION
Saving data
RETURN
Figure 10-1 SAVE DATA display
3. Press the soft key SAVE DATA TO
MEMORY CARD and the soft key FORMAT. You are asked if you are ready to
format the memory card.
4. Press the [ENTER] key to format (or press
the [CLEAR] key to escape). Now FORMATTING MEMORY CARD appears. Do
not remove the card while it is being formatting. When the formatting is completed, FORMAT COMPLETED appears.
5. Press the [ENTER] key to finish. Now you
can record data to the memory card.
8. Repeat from steps 4 to 7 to save other
data if desired.
9. Press the soft key SAVE DATA. The following message appears and saving
starts. Do not remove the memory card
while data is being saved.
NOW SAVING DATA TO
MEMORY CARD. DO NOT
TURN OFF THE POWER UNTIL
SAVING COMPLETED.
Figure 10-2 SAVE DATA message
When saving is completed, COMPLETE SAVING DATA appears.
10.Press the [ENTER] key.
Note: Chart cards cannot be formatted.
10-1
Error message
Memory card not inserted
Press the [ENTER] key to return to the SAVE
DATA display.
MEMORY CARD NOT
INSERTED. INSERT CARD
PRESS "ENTER" key
TO CONTINUE.
Fiugre 10-3 NOT INSERTED message
Unformatted memory card
Press the [ENTER] key to return to the SAVE
DATA display. And format it refering to the
previous page.
MEMORY CARD NOT
FORMATTED
PRESS "ENTER" key
TO CONTINUE.
Figure 10-4 NOT FORMATTED message
Wrong card inserted
Appears when a chart card is inserted. Press
the [ENTER] key to return to the SAVE DATA
display. Replace it with a formatted memory
card.
WRONG CARD INSERTED.
INSERT MEMORY CARD.
PRESS "ENTER" key
TO CONTINUE.
OVERWRITE FOLLOWING
DATA. OK?
(TRACK)
YES ... "ENTER" key
NO ... "CLEAR" key
Figure 10-6 OVERWRITE message
10.3 Loading Data from
Memory Card
Data (track, marks, waypoints, configuration)
can be loaded from a memory card and displayed on the screen. This feature is useful
for observing past data and setting up the
equipment for a specific purpose (with “configuration”).
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CONFIGURATION and UPLOAD/
DOWNLOAD DATA.
2. Press the soft key LOAD DATA FROM
MEMORY CARD to show the LOAD DATA
display.
sTRACK
MARK/LINE
OFF
LOAD
DATA
OFF
EDIT
WAYPOINT/ROUTE OFF
CONFIGURATION
DGPS 3D
LOAD
DATA
OFF
RETURN
Figure 10-7 LOAD DATA display
Figure 10-5 WRONG CARD message
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to select item to load.
Data overwrite
4. Press the soft key EDIT to show the
ON/OFF selection window.
Data type to be recorded exists on memory
card. (Two or more of same data type cannot be recorded.) Press the [ENTER] key to
overwrite same data type on the card, or
press the [CLEAR] key to escape.
5. Press ▲ to select ON. Press the soft key
ENTER or the [ENTER] key. If the
memory card does not contain the item
selected, the buzzer sounds and ON cannot be selected.
10-2
6. After you select all items desired, press
the soft key LOAD DATA to load data. The
following message appears.
NOW LOADING DATA FROM
MEMORY CARD. DO NOT
TURN OFF THE POWER UNTIL
LOADING COMPLETE.
Figure 10-8 LOAD DATA message
After loading is completed, the following
message appears.
COMPLETE LOADING DATA.
PRESS "ENTER" KEY
TO CONTINUE.
Figure 10-9 COMPLETE message
7. Press the [ENTER] key.
Note on loading data
Track
Since loaded track data is added to internal
track, oldest track will be entered when the
track memory capacity is exceeded.
Waypoint/route
The loaded data substitutes for previously
stored.
Mark/line
The loaded data is added to internal data.
When the mark/line memory becomes full no
marks may be entered.
Configuration
The loaded data replaces current configuration settings. Press the [ENTER] key to restart. If the memory card is ejected while
loading or data could not be loaded, press
the [ENTER] key to restart with default settings. Note that track memory capacity is not
saved or loaded.
10-3
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11. CUSTOMIZING YOUR UNIT
This section describes the various options
which allow you to set up your unit to suit
your needs.
11.1 CHART SETUP OPTIONS
menu
The chart offset options menu provides three
menus: chart offset, track control, and chart
details.
1. Press the [MENU] key to open the main
menu.
CHART OFFSET menu
In some instances position may be off by a
few minutes. For example, the position of the
ship is shown to be at sea while it is in fact
moored at a pier. You can compensate for
this error by offsetting chart position as follows:
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CHART SETUP OPTIONS and
CHART OFFSET.
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
FROM 16.41 nm
276.9°
OS
ZOOM
IN
2. Press the soft key CHART SETUP OPTIONS.
ZOOM
OUT
SET
OFFSET
CHART
SETUP
CHART OFFSET
RESET
OFFSET
DGPS 3D
TRACK CONTROL
CHART
OFFSET
RETURN
Figure 11-2 Plotter display,
chart offset selected
CHART DETAILS
2. Use the cursor pad to place the cursor
where to offset chart position.
DGPS 3D
RETURN
3. Press the soft key SET OFFSET.
Figure 11-1 Chart setup options menu
4. Press the soft key RETURN to finish.
To cancel chart offset, press the soft key RESET OFFSET at step 3 in the above procedure.
TRACK CONTROL menu
This menu mainly controls track color and
track plotting interval. For further details see
Chapter 4.
11-1
CHART DETAILS menu
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CHART SETUP OPTIONS and
CHART DETAILS.
sLAT/LON
GRID
TEXT INFO
WAYPOINT
WAYPOINT NAME
INDEX
LANDMASS
BACKGROUND
NAV AIDS
SECTOR INFO
OTHER SYMBOLS
GREEN
ON
LARGE
ON
ON
BRT YELLOW
BLUE
ON
OFF
WHITE
DGPS 3D
CHART
DETAIL
EDIT
DEPTH
INFO
RETURN
Figure 11-3 Chart details menu
BACKGROUND: Select background color to
black or blue (default setting).
NAV AIDS: Turns aids to navigation symbols
(for example, buoys) on/off. The default setting is ON. When OFF is selected, symbols
are displayed and information is not.
SECTOR INFO: Turns lighthouse viewable
angle indication on FURUNO charts on/off.
Viewing angle is shown as an arc extending
from lighthouse position. Arc color, white or
green, is the color of the light beam. This feature is available with selected charts. The
default setting is ON.
OTHER SYMBOLS: Selects color of all other
chart symbols. The default setting is white.
DEPTH INFO soft key: Turns depth info display on/off and sets it color.
2. Use the cursor pad to select item and
press the soft key EDIT.
3. Select option with cursor pad and press
the soft key RETURN to finish.
Chart details menu description
LAT/LONG GRID: Turns lat/long grid on/off
and changes its color. The default settings
are ON and green.
TEXT INFO: Turns geographic name display
on/off. The default setting is ON.
WAYPOINT: Turns waypoint on or off and selects size to large or small. “LARGE” displays
waypoint in shape selected; “SMALL” shows
waypoints as an X regardless of actual shape.
“OFF” only display waypoints when they are
used in navigation. The default setting is
LARGE.
WAYPOINT NAME: Turns waypoint name
on/off. The default setting is ON.
INDEX: Turns chart indices on/off. The default setting is ON.
11.2 DISPLAY OPTIONS menu
This menu, consisting of two pages, display
setup1 and display setup2, contains items for
setting up the plotter and video sounder displays.
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the soft key DISPLAY OPTIONS.
The display setup1 menu appears.
s RNG & BRG MODE
RANGE/SPEED UNIT
DEPTH UNIT
TEMP UNIT
LAT/LON DISPLAY
TIME DISPLAY
WAYPOINTS SW
COURSE VECTOR
BEARING
MAG VARIATION
TD DISPLAY
POSITION DISPLAY
SET GO TO METHOD
OPERATION MODE
DGPS 3D
RHUMB LINE
nm / kt
ft
°F
DD°MM.MMM'
24 HOUR
AUTO2
LINE
MAGNETIC
AUTO 01.3°E
LORAN C
LAT/LON
1 POINT
PLEASURE
DISPLAY
SETUP1
EDIT
NEXT
PAGE
RETURN
Figure 11-4 Display setup1 menu
LANDMASS: Selects brightness and color
of land. The default settings are bright and
yellow.
11-2
Display setup1 menu description
BEARING
RNG & BRG MODE
A navigation device outputs both true and
magnetic bearings. A magnetic bearing is true
bearing plus (or minus) earth’s magnetic deviation. Thus the equation for finding magnetic bearing is;
The GPS receiver calculates the range, bearing, cross track error (XTE) and ETA to TO
waypoint when you set a destination. The
range and bearing can be calculated by
GREAT CIRCLE (straight line between two
points) or RHUMB LINE (straight line between two points on nautical chart, default
setting) method.
RANGE/SPEED UNIT
Selects the unit for range and speed; nm/kt
(default setting), km/ km/h, sm/ sm/h.
DEPTH UNIT
Selects unit of depth measurement among,
feet, fathoms, and meters. The default setting is feet.
TEMP UNIT
Selects unit of water temperature measurement between Celsius or Fahrenheit. The default setting is Fahrenheit.
true bearing ± x (magnetic variation)° = magnetic bearing
You can display your ship’s course and bearing to waypoint in true or magnetic bearing,
and the default setting is magnetic.
MAG VARIATION
The magnetic variations for all areas of the
earth are preprogrammed into this unit. The
preprogrammed variation is accurate for most
instances, however you may wish to manually enter a variation.
1. Select MAG VARIATION, and press the
soft key EDIT to show the mag variation
window.
MAG VARIATION
▲
™ AUTO
' MANUAL 0.7°W
▼
LAT/LON DISPLAY
Displays the seconds of latitude and longitude positions in hundredths, thousandths
(default setting) or ten thousandths.
Figure 11-5 Mag variation window
2. Select MANUAL.
TIME DISPLAY
3. Key in magnetic deviation value.
Selects time display format for 12 hour or
24 hour (default setting).
4. Press the soft key W<-->E to switch between East and West and vice versa, if
necessary.
WAYPOINT SW
5. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key to finish.
Provides automatic or manual waypoint
switching when following a route. For further
details, see page 8-4. The default setting is
AUTO2.
COURSE VECTOR
You may extend a line from the own ship position to show ship’s course. The line can be
a vector (the length depends on the ship’s
speed) or a line (course bar). The default setting is LINE.
TD DISPLAY
Position may be shown in Loran C TDs (default setting), Decca TDs, or latitude and longitude. To display position in TDs select Loran
C or Decca here and choose TD at “POSITION DISPLAY” below. You can select the
Loran C or Decca chain to use on the TD
SETUP menu. For details see “TD SETUP
menu” on page 11-7.
11-3
POSITION DISPLAY
TEMP SOURCE
Displays position in latitude and longitude
(default setting) or Loran C or Decca TDs.
Selects source of water temperature input;
NMEA (external), or OWN XDCR (water temperature sensor, default setting).
SET GO TO METHOD
TEMP GRAPH
Selects the method for entering the quick
point: 1 POINT (default setting), 35 POINT
(2-35 points), or WPT/PORT SER. For further details see pages 8-1 and 8-2.
Displays water temperature in line graph
form. (See Figure 2-2 on page 2-2.) Requires
water temperature data. The default setting
is off.
OPERATION MODE
ZOOM MARKER
Selects the operation mode between PLEASURE and FISHING. For further details see
page 3-8.
DISPLAY SETUP2 menu description
The display setup2 menu contains video
sounder-related items which the user may
adjust as desired. Set up these items as follows:
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the soft key DISPLAY OPTIONS.
3. Press the soft key NEXT PAGE.
sSPEED SOURCE
TEMP SOURCE
TEMP GRAPH
ZOOM MARKER
SPEED ADJ.
TEMP ADJ.
DEPTH ADJ.
SPD
10.0kt
TEMP
+ 5.0°C
DGPS 3D
GPS
OWN XDCR
OFF
ON
+00%
+00.0°C
+0.0ft
The zoom marker appears in the normal, bottom marker and bottom zoom displays and
marks the area which is expanded in the bottom marker and bottom zoom pictures. You
can turn on/off the marker as desired. The
default setting is off.
SPEED ADJ.
If the speed sensor-generated speed indication is wrong, you can correct it here. (NMEA
format speed data cannot be adjusted.) For
example, if the speed indication is 10% lower
than actual speed, press ▲ to display +10.
The default setting is zero.
DISPLAY
SETUP2
EDIT
DEPTH
60.4ft
RETURN
TEMP ADJ.
If the water temperature sensor-generated
water temperature indication is wrong, you
can correct it here. (NMEA format water temperature data cannot be adjusted.) For example, if the water temperature indication is
2° higher than actual water temperature,
press ▼ to display -12.0. The default setting
is zero.
Figure 11-6 Display setup2 menu
SPEED SOURCE
Selects source of speed input; OWN
PDDWHL (speed sensor) or GPS (default
setting).
11-4
DEPTH ADJ.
The depth indication can be offset to increase
accuracy. The procedure is similar to that for
TEMP ADJ and SPEED ADJ.
11.3 GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS
menu
This menu sets up GPS and DPGS receivers and enables display of position in Loran
C or Decca TDs.
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the soft key GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS to display the GPS/DGPS/TD options menu.
GPS/DGP
OPTION
GPS SETUP OPTIONS
DGPS SETUP OPTIONS
TD SETUP
GEODETIC DATUM
Your equipment is preprogrammed with most
of the major chart systems of the world. Although the WGS-84 system, the GPS standard, is now widely used other categories of
charts still exist. Select the chart system used,
not the area where your boat is sailing. The
default chart system is WGS-84.
1. Select GEODETIC DATUMS.
2. Press the soft key EDIT to show the geodetic datum window.
GEODETIC DATUMS
▲
AUSTRALIA
▼
CHART DATUM
WGS-84
DGPS 3D
RETURN
Figure 11-7 GPS/DGPS/TD options menu
GPS SETUP OPTIONS menu
description
This menu provides items for setting up the
GPS receiver. To display it, show the menu
shown in Figure 11-7, and then press the soft
key GPS SETUP OPTIONS.
GPS
OPTION
s LOCAL TIME OFFSET
GEODETIC DATUMS
POS SMOOTHING
SPD/CSE SMOOTHING
GPS SPEED AVE
LAT OFFSET
LON OFFSET
DISABLE SATELLITE
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
ANT. HEIGHT
FIX MODE
DGPS 3D
+00:00
WGS-84
000 sec
005 sec
060 sec
0.000’N
0.000’W
__ __ __
38°00.000’N
123°00.000’W
005 m
2D/3D
EDIT
RETURN
Figure 11-8 GPS SETUP options menu
LOCAL TIME OFFSET
Figure 11-9 Geodetic datum window
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to select the chart system
you are using. If no chart datum exists for
geodetic datum selected UNKNOWN appears in the CHART DATUM window. In
this case select a different chart system.
4. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key to register your selection.
POS SMOOTHING
When the DOP or receiving condition is unfavorable, the GPS fix may change greatly,
even if the vessel is dead in water. This
change can be reduced by smoothing the raw
GPS fixes. A setting between 000 to 999 is
available. The higher setting the more
smoothed the raw data, however too high a
setting shows response time to change in
latitude and longitude. This is especially noticeable at high ship’s speeds. 000 is the
normal setting; increase the setting if the GPS
fix changes greatly.
GPS uses UTC time. If you would rather use
local time, enter the time difference between
local time and UTC time. Use the soft key
+<-->- to switch from plus to minus and vice
versa.
11-5
SPD/CSE SMOOTHING
LATITUDE, LONGITUDE
During position fixing, ship’s velocity (speed
and course) is directly measured by receiving GPS satellite signals. The raw velocity
data may change randomly depending on receiving conditions and other factors. You can
reduce this random variation by increasing
the smoothing. Like with latitude and longitude smoothing, the higher the speed and
course smoothing the more smoothed the
raw data. If the setting is too high, however,
the response to speed and course change
slows. For no smoothing, enter all zeroes.
The default setting is 005 (sec).
The default latitude and longitude position is
San Francisco, USA (38.00.000’N,
123.00.000’W). When the unit is turned on
first the first time it begins searching for its
actual position. To lessen the time required
to find position, you may enter your position
manually. To switch from North to South and
vice versa, use the soft key N<-->S, and to
switch from West to East and vice versa, use
the soft key W<-->E. Finally, press the soft
key ENTER or the [ENTER] key.
GPS SPEED AVE
Enter the height of the antenna unit above
sea surface. For further details refer to the
Installation Manual. The default setting is
5 m.
Calculation of ETA is based on average ship’s
speed over a given period. If the period is
too long or too short calculation error will result. Change this setting if calculation error
occurs. The default setting is 60 seconds,
which is suitable for most conditions.
LAT OFFSET, LON OFFSET
GPS generated position may be off by some
seconds due to GPS signal variation. You
may apply an offset to GPS position to refine
position accuracy.
DISABLE SATELLITE
Every GPS satellite is broadcasting abnormal satellite number(s) in it’s Almanac, which
contains general orbital data about all GPS
satellites, including those which are malfunctioning. Using this information, the GPS receiver automatically eliminates any
malfunctioning satellite from the GPS satellite schedule. However, the Almanac sometimes may not contain this information. If you
hear about a malfunctioning satellite from
another source, you can disable it manually.
Enter satellite number (max. 3 satellites) in
two digits and press the soft key ENTER or
the [ENTER] key.
ANT. HEIGHT
FIX MODE
You can choose the position-fixing mode from
2D or 2D/3D. 2D requires three satellites to
fix position; 2D/3D requires three or four satellites, whichever is available. The default setting is 2D/3D.
DGPS SETUP OPTIONS menu
This menu sets parameters for the DGPS
beacon receiver. (GP1650DF, or GP1650F
equipped with DGPS beacon receiver.) To
display it, press the [MENU] key followed by
the soft keys GPS/DPGS/TD OPTIONS and
DGPS SETUP OPTIONS.
DGPS
OPTION
s DGPS
MODE
ON
BEACON FREQUENCY
AUTO
BEACON BAUD RATE
AUTO
DGPS ALARM
OFF
DGPS 3D
EDIT
RETURN
Figure 11-10 DGPS setup options menu
11-6
DGPS MODE
Displaying LORAN C TDs
Select ON to use the DGPS mode. The default setting is ON. A DGPS beacon receiver
must be connected to use this mode.
1. Select GRI and press the soft key EDIT
to show the GRI & sta. pair window.
BEACON FREQUENCY
DGPS reference station can be searched automatically or manually. For manual search,
select MANUAL here, and use the cursor pad
to select frequency of DGPS reference station. The default setting is AUTO.
BEACON BAUD RATE
Selects the transmission rate of the DGPS
reference station nearest you, among AUTO
(default setting), 50, 100 or 200 bps. This
setting is only effective when DGPS mode is
“manual”; baud rate cannot be changed in
automatic DGPS mode.
DGPS ALARM
Enable/disable the DGPS alarm. When enabled, the audio alarm sounds three times if
position cannot be found with DGPS. The
default setting is ON.
GRI & STA. PAIR
▲
9940 s 11-27
▼
U.S. WEST COAST
Figure 11-12 GRI & sta. pair window
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select GRI code. Press
s to enable selection of station pair, and
then press ▲ or ▼ to select station pair.
See the Loran C chain list at the end of
this manual for GRI and station pairs.
3. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key to register your selection.
4. If necessary, you may enter a position offset to refine Loran C position. Select
LORAN C CORRECTION1 or CORRECTION2 and press the soft key EDIT. Enter correction value and press the soft key
ENTER or the [ENTER] key. Use the soft
key + <--> - to switch from plus to minus
and vice versa.
Displaying DECCA TDs
1. Select DEC CHAIN and press the soft key
EDIT to show the chain sta. pair window.
TD SETUP menu
This menu selects the Loran C or Decca
chain to use to display position in TDs. To
display it, press the [MENU] key followed by
the soft keys GPS/DPGS/TD OPTIONS and
TD SETUP.
CHAIN STA. PAIR
▲
20 s P-R
▼
FRENCH
TD
SETUP
LORAN C
s GRI
9940 11-27
U.S. WEST COAST
CORRECTION1
+000.0 s
CORRECTION2
+000.0 s
DECCA
DEC CHAIN
20 R-P
FRENCH
CORRECTION1
+00.00 lane
CORRECTION2
+00.00 lane
DGPS 3D
EDIT
RETURN
Figure 11-13 Chain sta. pair window
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select Decca chain number. Press s to enable selection of lane,
and then press ▲ or ▼ to select lane pair
(R: red, G: green and P: purple). Refer to
the Decca chain list at the end of this
manual.
3. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key to register your selection.
Figure 11-11 TD setup menu
11-7
4. If necessary, you may enter position offset to refine Decca position. Select
DECCA CORRECTION1 or CORRECTION2 and press the soft key EDIT. Enter correction value and press the soft key
ENTER or the [ENTER] key. Use the soft
key + <--> - to switch from plus to minus
and vice versa.
WHITE MARKER
11.4 SOUNDER SETUP
OPTIONS menu
SIGNAL LEVEL
Displays selected echo color in white. For further details see page 2-8.
HUE
Select echo color and background color. See
page 2-9 for further details.
Erases selected echo color. See page 2-8.
This menu provides video sounder facilities
such as noise and interference reduction,
range setup and system setup.
PICTURE ADVANCE
1. Press the [MENU] key.
Selects picture advance speed. See page
2-9.
2. Press the soft key SOUNDER SETUP
OPTIONS.
E/S WINDOW
s NOISE
LIMITER
CLUTTER
OFF
AUTO
WHITE MARKER
HUE
0
1
SIGNAL LEVEL
PICTURE ADVANCE
E/S WINDOW
SL6
1/1
STD
SYSTEM
SETUP
Selects the width of the sounder display. See
page 2-4.
EDIT
RANGE
SETUP
SYSTEM
SETUP
RANGE SETUP soft key
Ranges, zoom range and bottom-lock range
are preset at factory and are suitable for most
fishing conditions. However, you may change
them as follows to suit your needs.
1. Press the [MENU] key.
DGPS 3D
RETURN
Figure 11-14 Sounder setup menu
2. Press the soft key SOUNDER SETUP
OPTIONS.
3. Press the soft key RANGE SETUP.
SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS menu
description
NOISE LIMITER
Suppresses interference from other acoustic equipment operating nearby or other electronic equipment on your boat. For further
details see page 2-6.
RANGE
SETUP
sRANGE1
RANGE2
RANGE3
RANGE4
RANGE5
RANGE6
RANGE7
RANGE8
ZOOM RANGE
B/L RANGE
15 ft
30 ft
60 ft
120 ft
200 ft
400 ft
1000 ft
2500 ft
30 ft
20 ft
EDIT
CLUTTER
Suppresses low level noise due to dirty water or noise, and the default setting is AUTO.
See page 2-7.
11-8
DGPS 3D
RETURN
Figure 11-15 Range setup menu
4. Select a range, ZOOM RANGE or B/L
RANGE, and press the soft key EDIT.
ZOOM RANGE selects the range to zoom
in the marker and bottom zoom modes.
The setting range is 7 to 5000 feet, and
the default setting is 30 feet. B/L RANGE
sets the expansion width for the bottomlock display, 10 or 20 feet. The default
setting is 20 feet.
TVG 200kHz, TVG 50kHz: TVG (Time Varied Gain) compensates for propagation attenuation of the ultrasonic waves. It does this
by equalizing echo presentation so that fish
schools of the same size appear in the same
density in both shallow and deep waters. In
addition, it reduces surface noise. Note that
if the TVG level is set too high short range
echoes may not be displayed.
5. Adjust the range with the cursor pad.
6. Press the soft key RETURN to go back
to the RANGE SETUP menu.
Fish school A
SYSTEM SETUP soft key
The system setup menu provides functions
for selection of fish alarm sensitivity, TX
power selection, TVG adjustment, echo level
offset and seabed echo offset.
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the soft key SOUNDER SETUP
OPTIONS.
3. Press the soft key SYSTEM SETUP.
SYSTEM
SETUP
sFISH
ALM LVL
TX POWER
TVG 200kHz
TVG 50kHz
ECHO OFFSET 200kHz
ECHO OFFSET 50kHz
SEABED LVL 200kHz
SEABED LVL 50kHz
DGPS 3D
NORMAL
ON
5
5
+00
+00
80
80
EDIT
Fish school B
Figure 11-17 TVG concept
ECHO OFFSET 200kHz, ECHO OFFSET
50kHz:
If the on-screen echo level appears to be too
weak or too strong and the level cannot be
adjusted satisfactorily with the gain control,
adjust echo offset to compensate for too weak
or strong echoes. The default setting for both
200 kHz and 50 kHz is zero.
SEABED LVL 200kHz, SEABED LVL
50kHz:
RETURN
Figure 11-16 System setup menu
SYSTEM SETUP menu description
FISH ALM LVL: Sets the fish alarm sensitivity; namely, which echo strength will trigger
the alarm. HIGH, only the strongest echoes
trigger the alarm; NORMAL, echoes from
strong to medium strength trigger the alarm,
LOW, any echo triggers the alarm. The default setting is NORMAL.
If the depth indication is unstable in automatic
operation or the bottom echo cannot be displayed in reddish-brown by adjusting the gain
control in manual operation, you may adjust
the bottom echo level detection circuit, for
both 50 kHz and 200 kHz, to stabilize the indication. Note that if the level is set too low
weak echoes may be missed and if set too
high the depth indication will not be displayed.
The default setting for both 200 kHz and 50
kHz is 80.
TX POWER: Turns TX power on/off. The
default setting is ON.
11-9
11.5 CONFIGURATION menu
FORMAT
The configuration menu has facilities for setting up data ports, uploading/downloading
data, self test, demonstration mode setup,
and memory clearing.
Selects NMEA0183 version 1.5 or 2.0. If you
are unsure of the version of external equipment try both and choose the one which outputs data correctly. The default setting is
version 2.0.
1. Press the [MENU] key.
2. Press the soft key CONFIGURATION to
display the configuration menu.
CONFIG
SETUP NMEA PORT 1
SETUP NMEA/DGPS PORT 2
UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD DATA
SYSTEM MENU
DGPS 3D
RETURN
Figure 11-18 Configuration menu
SETUP NMEA PORT 1 menu
description
This menu sets up DATA PORT 1 according
to the specifications of the equipment connected to it. The menu can be displayed by
pressing the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CONFIGURATION and SETUP NMEA
PORT 1. For detailed information, see the
Installation Manual.
SETUP
PORT 1
sFORMAT
NMEA0183
Ver2.0
LAT/LON FORMAT DD°MM.MMM’
EDIT
SELECT
SNTNC.
DGPS 3D
RETURN
Figure 11-19 Setup NMEA port 1 (or 2) menu
11-10
LAT/LON FORMAT (GGA only)
Selects the seconds of latitude and longitude
positions in hundredths, thousandths or ten
thousandths.
Soft key SELECT SNTNC
This key enables/disables input/output of data
sentences.
SETUP NMEA/DGPS PORT 2 menu
description
This menu should be set according to the
specifications of the equipment connected to
connectors PORT 1 (NMEA) and PORT 2
(DGPS) at the rear of the display unit. The
menu can be displayed by pressing the
[MENU] key followed by the soft keys CONFIGURATION and SETUP NMEA PORT 2.
For detailed information, see the Installation
Manual.
FORMAT
Selects data format of connected equipment;
NMEA0183 version 1.5, version 2.0,
RTCM104 (EXTRN), RTCM104 (INTRN) or
RTCM104 (OUTPUT). RTCM104 (INTRN) or
RTCM (OUTPUT) is for GP-1850DF only.
LAT/LON FORMAT (GGA only)
This setting can be performed when
NMEA0183 Ver. 1.5 or 2.0 is selected at the
FORMAT. It displays the seconds of latitude
and longitude positions in hundredths, thousandths or ten thousandths.
UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD DATA menu
This menu allows you to upload waypoint and
route data to a PC or download the same
data from a PC, via the DGPS connector at
the back of display unit. The menu can be
displayed by pressing the [MENU] key followed by the soft keys CONFIGURATION
and UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD DATA. For detailed information, see the Installation
Manual. For memory card, see chapter 10.
DWNLOAD
UPLOAD
DOWNLOAD WPT/RTE TO PC
• Waypoint data (In alphanumeric order)
• Route data (In order of route number)
• End of sentence
Note 1: There are two kinds of data for route
data: route data and route comment data.
Note 2: DGPS position fix is not available
when uploading or downloading data.
Download waypoint/route to PC
UPLOAD WPT/RTE FROM PC
1. Connect the PC to the equipment as
shown on the next page.
SAVE DATA TO MEMORY CARD
LOAD DATA FROM MEMORY CARD
RETURN
DGPS 3D
The following data can be downloaded/uploaded between a personal computer and this
equipment:
Figure 11-20 Upload/download menu
2. Press the soft key labeled DOWNLOAD
WPT/RTE TO PC. You are asked if you
are ready to download waypoints and
routes.
3. Press the [ENTER] key to download.
Upload waypoint/route from PC
Note that all waypoint and route data stored
in this unit will be deleted when data is uploaded.
ANT
XDR
TEMP/SPD
DGPS
NMEA
+ GND
1 3
2
12 - 24
VDC
1. Connect the PC to the equipment as
shown on the next page.
2. Press the soft key labeled UPLOAD WPT/
RTE FROM PC. You are asked if you are
ready to upload waypoints and routes.
3. Press the [ENTER] key to upload.
Connect PC to DGPS.
Figure 11-21 Display unit, rear view
Set communication software on the PC as
follows:
Baud Rate:
Character Length:
Stop bit:
Parity:
X Control:
4800 bps
8 bit
1 bit
None
XON/XOFF
11-11
GP-1650DF/1650F
DGPS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
NC
NC
RD (YELLOW)
NC
SD (RED)
SG (BLUE)
SHIELD
PC/AT
DSUB 25-pin
(EIA-232)
PC/AT
DSUB 9-pin
(EIA-574)
3 (TxD)
2 (TxD)
2
5
4
6
7
8
3 (RxD)
7 (GND)
4 (DTR)
5 (DSR)
6 (RTS)
20 (CTS)
(RxD)
(GND)
(DTR)
(DSR)
(RTS)
(CTS)
Figure 11-22 Connection of GP-1650DF/GP-1650F to PC
Waypoint data format
P F E C , G P w p l, llll.llll, a , y y y y y .y y y , a , c - - - - c , c , c - - - - c , a < C R > < L F >
1 2
3
4 5 6 7 8
Figure 11-23 Waypoint data format
Note 1: Following characters can be used
for comments:
_ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789&’#
=9
1: Waypoint latitude
=>
2: N/S
=B
=;
=:
=?
=@
=D
=C
3: Waypoint longitude
=F
=<
=G
==
=A
=E
=H
4: E/W
5: Waypoint name (Number of characters is
fixed to 6 and space code is placed when
the number of characters are less than
6.)
Figure 11-24 Character
available for comment
Route data menu
6: Waypoint color
7: Waypoint comment (1 byte for mark code
+ 13 characters of comment.)
$GPRTE, x, x, a, ccc, c----c, c----c, ... , c----c <CR><LF>
5
1 2 3
4
6
12
Figure 11-25 route data format
1st byte of mark code: Fixed to ‘@’.
2nd byte of mark code: Internal mark
code. See Note 1.
8. Information of marking waypoint. Always
set to “A”.
“A”: Displayed
“V”: Not displayed
1: Number of sentences required for one
complete route data (1 to 4 ). See Note 2.
2: Number of sentences currently used (1
to 4)
3: Message mode (Always set to C)
4: Route No. (001 to 300, 3 digits required)
5 through 12: Waypoint name (Max. 8
names, length of each waypoint name is fixed
to 7 byte)
11-12
Note 2: A route can may contain 35 waypoints
and GPRTE sentence for one route data may
exceed 80 byte limitation. In this case, route
data is divided into several GPRTE sentences
(Max. 4 sentences). This value shows the
number of sentences the route data has been
divided.
SYSTEM menu
This menu provides testing facilities, demonstration mode setup and memory/trip clear.
You may display it by pressing the [MENU]
key followed by the soft keys CONFIGURATION and SYSTEM MENU.
Route comment data format
$PFEC, GPrtc,
SYSTEM
MENU
SELF TEST
xx, c----c <CR><LF>
1
DEMONSTRATION MODE
2
MEMORY/TRIP CLEAR
Figure 11-26 Route comment format
1: Route No. (01 to 200, 3 digits required)
2: Route comment (Max. 16 characters, variable length)
The same characters of the comment for
waypoint comment can be used.
DGPS 3D
RETURN
Figure 11-28 System menu
SYSTEM MENU description
End of sentence
$PFEC, GPxfr,
CTL, E <CR><LF>
Figure 11-27 End of sentence
SELF TEST, MEMORY/TRIP CLEAR: SELF
TEST and MEMORY/TRIP CLEAR are described in Chapter 12.
DEMONSTRATION MODE: This sets the
parameters for the demonstration display. For
further details see page 1-6.
11-13
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12. USING C-MAP NT MODEL
The GP-1650DF/1650F C-MAP NT series
uses FURUNO mini chart card and C-MAP
NT-FP chart card. These charts show
accurate coastlines, depth contours, place
names, aids to navigation such as buoys and
lighthouses, and other navigational marks.
12.1 Inserting Chart Card
12.2 Cursor and Data
Display
Besides its fundamental functions of
providing position data, the cursor can also
show caution area, depth area, source of
data, etc. Further, you can display information
about an icon by placing the cursor on it.
1.
Insert an appropriate chart card before
turning on the power.
1.
Press the cursor pad to turn the cursor
on.
34° 12.345' N
135° 12.345' E
FROM 16.45nm
OS
276.9°
NORTH
UP
ZOOM
Push down the lid catch to open the chart
card slot cover.
IN
ZOOM
OUT
COURSE
UP
GO TO
CURSOR
DGPS 3D
Card slot
CENTER
Figure 12-2 Plotter display
Figure 12-1 Location of chart card slot cover
2.
Insert appropriate chart card groove side
up.
3.
Close the slot cover to protect the chart
drive. (Keep the slot cover closed at all
times.)
Note1: Turn off the power before inserting or
ejecting the chart card.
Note2: When using C-MAP NT-FP card, do
not eject it while a chart is being drawn. This
may cause the equipment to stop working.
2.
Use the cursor pad to place the cursor on
the position desired.
3.
Press the [ENTER] key to open the
Objects window. For example the
following window appears.
Objects
Caution area
Depth area
Source of data
Figure 12-3 Objects window
12-1
4.
Press ! or " to select the item desired.
Objects
5.
Press the soft key ENTER or the
[ENTER] key to display details for object
selected Objects.
Navigation mark, fixed
Extended navigational aid, ge
Light
Light
Light
Light
Depth contour
Land area
Source of data
Caution area
Information
LEUCTEUE DIE ATE ENTAEL
T NU DIE LAGEN DE ICTIGEN
EUE. LIGTS ONL TE PINC
IPAL LIGTS AE SON ON TIS
CAT. MISSEISUNG SIEE
ATEN GOESSEEN MASSSTAS. M
AGNETIC AIATION LOCAL MAGNE
TIC ANOMALIES SEE LAGE SCAL
E CATS.
Figure 12-6 Object windows
3.
Press ! or " to select the item desired.
4.
Press the [ENTER] key to display detailed
information.
Figure 12-4 Example of caution area window
6.
Press the soft key CANCEL to close the
window.
7.
Repeat step 4 to 6 to select other item.
8.
Press the soft key CANCEL to close the
Objects window.
Navigation mark, fixed
Light.
Color
white
Height
7. 00 Meters
Light characteristic
occulting
XXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXX
When you place the cursor on any icon, its
information appears.
1.
Place the cursor on a lighthouse icon.
Figure 12-7 Sample lighthouse data
Place the cursor
on a lighthouse icon.
NAVAID : X X X X X X 6S 7m 9M
FROM OS 2. 43nm
351. 2
5.
NORTH
UP
Press the soft key CANCEL to close the
Objects window.
ZOOM
IN
ZOOM
OUT
COURSE
UP
GO TO
CURSOR
DGPS 3D
The C-MAP NT-FP chart card provides for
calculation of the tide heights for any date.
Additionally it displays the times of sunrise
and sunset.
CENTER
Figure 12-5 Lighthouse icon
2.
12.3 Tidal Information
Press the [ENTER] key. For example, the
following window appears.
1.
Press the cursor pad to place the cursor
on a Tide icon.
T
Figure 12-8 Tide icon
12-2
2.
Press the [ENTER] key to open the
Objects window.
7.
Press the soft key ENTER or the
[ENTER] key to show the tidal graph for
entered date.
8.
Press # or $ to locate the vertical cursor
on the time desired. Time and height are
shown to the left of the graph.
9.
Press ! or " to shift the level cursor.
Draught is shown to the left of the graph.
Objects
Tide height
Depth contour
Caution area
Depth area
Source of data
10. Press the soft key CANCEL to close the
TIDE window.
Figure 12-9 Objects window
12.4 Navigating to Ports,
Port Services
3.
Press ! or " to select Tide height.
4.
Press the soft key ENTER or the
[ENTER] key to open the TIDE window.
Time:
12:00
Height: 1.21 ft
Draught: 0.82 ft
01/01/00 +01
59 26. 467' N
010 28. 646' E
Port Info
HORTEN
High Water (max)
Low Water (min)
Sunrise
09:15L
5.
1.32
1.07
0.82
0.57
0.32
0
4
8
12
16
20
24
1.32 ft (13:15)
0.32 ft (21:45)
Sunset
15:27L
The C-MAP NT-FP chart provides detailed
information on aids to navigation (buoy,
lighthouse) and port service information that
you specify with the cursor. The port service
information includes the availability of water
and fuel supplies, shipyards and first aid, etc.
You can use the list to set destination as
follows:
1.
Press the [MENU] key to open the main
menu.
Figure 12-10 TIDE window
2.
Press the soft key DISPLAY OPTIONS.
Press the soft key DATE to open the
DATE window.
3.
Press " to select SET GO TO METHOD
and press the soft key EDIT. The SET GO
TO METHOD window appears.
DATE
SET GO TO METHOD
DD/MM/
01 / 01 / 2000
Figure 12-11 DATE window
6.
Use # or $ to position the cursor where
desired and then press the appropriate
numeric keys to enter a date.
1 POINT
35 POINT
WPT/PORT SER
Figure 12-12 SET GO TO METHOD window
4.
Press " to select WPT/PORT SER and
press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key.
5.
Press the [PLOT] key once or twice to
return the plotter display.
12-3
6.
Press the soft key GO TO. Soft key titles
change as in Figure 12-10. If GO TO key
is not displayed, press the cursor pad.
+ 40˚45.971'N
13˚57.462'E
FROM
OS
0.26 nm
180.2˚
+
40˚45.971'N
13˚57.462'E
FROM
OS
0.26 nm
180.2˚
GO TO
GO TO
PUNTA CORNACCHIA
ACCO AMENO
QUICK
ROUTE
NEAR
SRVICE
CASAMICCIOLA
PUNTA CORNACCHIA
ACCO AMENO
ENTER
ISCHIA PORTO
DGPS 3D
I.SELECT
ISCHIA ICON BY
KEY.
CANCEL
GO TO
ISCHIA PORTO
Figure 12-15 Sample filling station locations
CASAMICCIOLA
I. ISCHIA
DGPS 3D
CANCEL
GO TO
Figure 12-13 Plotter display
7.
Press the soft key NEAR SRVICE.
The SELECT PORT SERVICE window
appears.
10. Press ! or " to place the “hand cursor”
on the port service icon desired and press
the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER] key.
4045.971N
1357.462E
FROM
P01
0.26 nm
180.2
GO TO
OOM
IN
OOM
OUT
Currently selected icon
PUNTA CORNACCHIA
SELECT PORT SERVICE
ACCO AMENO
ADD
P
Health emergency
ISCHIA PORTO
CASAMICCIOLA
DGPS 3D
I. ISCHIA
USE
SOFT KEYS TO MAKE
ROUTE THEN PRESS ENTER
ERASE
LST P
CANCEL
GO TO
Figure 12-16 Make route window
Figure 12-14 SELECT PORT SERVICE
window
8.
9.
Use the cursor pad to select service mark
desired. Currently selected icon is
circumscribed. The name of currently
selected icon appears at the top of the
window. Refer to the user’s manual of CMAP NT for details about the icons.
Press the soft key ENTER or the
[ENTER] key. Then, the display shows
the locations of those services nearest
you.
12-4
11. Do one of the following:
Go directly to port service selected:
Press the [ENTER] key. The own ship and
the port service is connected by a blue line.
The range and bearing form own ship to the
port service appears at the navigation data
display.
You can go to the port service directly by
steerings the ship to the hearing indicated.
Go to port service selected via
waypoints, make a route as follows:
a) Move the cursor to the nearest waypoint
of the port service.
b) Press the soft key ADD QP.
c) Repeat the above steps a) and b) to
enter other waypoints.
d) Press the [ENTER] key to finish.
A line connects between own ship and
the port service. And the range and
bearing from own ship to first waypoint
appears.
Note: Destination is automatically cancelled if
there is no port for service selected.
12.5 Setting Chart Setup
Options
CHART DETAILS menu
1.
Press the [MENU] key followed by the
soft keys CHART SETUP OPTIONS and
CHART DETAILS.
LAT/LON GRID
TEXT INFO
WAYPOINT
WAYPOINT NAME
INDEX
LANDMASS
BACKGROUND
NAV AIDS
SECTOR INFO
OTHER SYMBOLS
MARK SIZE
DGPS 3D
GREEN
ON
LARGE
ON
ON
BRT YELLOW
BLUE
ON
ON
WHITE
STD
NAV AIDS: Turns aids to navigation symbols
(for example, buoys) on/off. The default
setting is ON. When OFF is selected,
symbols are displayed but information is not
displayed (at the upper part of the screen).
SECTOR INFO: Turns lighthouse viewable
angle indication on C-MAP NT-FP chart
on/off. Viewing angle is shown as an arc
extending from lighthouse position. This
feature is available with selected charts. The
default setting is ON. When you select OFF,
the visual information is not displayed and the
lighthouse is displayed as “!”.
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
NORTH
UP
ZOOM
IN
ZOOM
OUT
CHART
DETAIL
COURSE
UP
EDIT
GO TO
CURSOR
DEPTH
INFO
CENTER
DGPS 3D
Figure 12-18 SECTOR INFO
Lighthouse
RETURN
34° 12.345’ N
135° 12.345’ E
Select option with cursor pad and press
the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER] key.
4.
Press the soft key RETURN to finish.
Items which are concerned with C-MAP
NT-FP chart card are described here.
LANDMASS: Selects brightness and color of
land. The default settings are bright (BRT)
and yellow. When you select OFF, color of
land is black.
NORTH
UP
IN
ZOOM
OUT
Press ! or " to select item and press
the soft key EDIT.
3.
FROM 16.45nm
OS
276.9°
ZOOM
Figure 12-17 Chart details menu
2.
FROM 16.45nm
OS
276.9°
COURSE
UP
GO TO
CURSOR
DGPS 3D
CENTER
Figure 12-19 Lighthouse appearance
when SECTOR INFO is off
OTHER SYMBOLS: Selects color of all other
chart symbols. The default setting is white.
When you select OFF, navaid icons are not
displayed but alarm icons are displayed.
BACKGROUND: When the C-MAP NT-FP
chart card is used, this function is no
inoperative.
12-5
DEPTH INFO soft key: Turns the DEPTH
INFO display on/off and sets it color in
FURUNO chart, or selects the depth areas
limit and spot sounding & bathymetric range
in C-MAP NT-FP chart.
1.
While displaying chart details menu,
press the soft key DEPTH INFO to show
the following display.
DEPTH
INFO
FOR FURUNO CHART
DEPTH
DEPTH
DEPTH
DEPTH
< 10 m
= 10 m
> 10 m
INFO
RED
YELLOW
LIGHT BLUE
RED
EDIT
Note 1: Depth data depends on the
registered value at "depth area". (See
page 1.)
Note 2: It may be difficult to distinguish
colors of track and mark/line in sea areas
painted in light-blue or green.
SPOT SOUNDING &
BATHYMETRIC RANGE: Sets the depth
range to display the spot sounding on the
C-MAP NT-FP chart. The depth range
you set is displayed red.
10 m : APPROX. 30 ft or 5 fa
12.6 Selecting Chart
Scale/Range
FOR C-MAP CHART
SHADE CHANGE DPTH 0020, 0164 ft
SPOT SOUNDING &
0033~3000 ft
BATHYMETRIC RANGE
DGPS 3D
RETURN
Figure 12-20 DEPTH INFO display
2.
Press ! or " to select item and press
the soft key EDIT or enter the appropriate
value by using numeric keys.
3.
Select option with cursor pad and press
the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER] key.
4.
Press the soft key RETURN several times
to finish.
SHADE CHANGE DPTH: Sets two
values in the range of Depth Limit on the
DEPTH INFO display when the C-MAP
NT-FP chart is used. The Depth Areas
are shown on the screen in three colors
depending on depth.
0 to left value: Blue
left value to right value: Light-blue
greater than right value: Light-gray
(Maximum value: 12000 meter or
39369 ft)
In Figure 12-20, as the following,
0 - 20 ft: Blue
20 - 164 ft: Light-blue
greater than 164 ft: Light-gray
12-6
Chart scale (range) may be selected with the
soft key ZOOM IN or ZOOM OUT. ZOOM IN
expands the chart; ZOOM OUT shrinks it. The
range selected is momentarily displayed at
the lower left-hand corner.
Note: When the display is expanded or
shrunk beyond the range of the chart card in
use the chart is not displayed, and an
appropriate chart icon appears.
12.7 Displaying Program
Number
1.
Press the [MENU] key to open the main
menu.
2.
Press the soft key CONFIGURATION to
show the configuration menu.
3.
Press the soft key SYSTEM MENU to
open the system menu.
4.
Press the soft key SELF TEST to open
the test menu.
5.
Press the soft key MEMORY, I/O TEST to
start the test. Test results and program
numbers are shown as below.
Program Number
TEST
PROGRAM: OK
No.14518160**
SRAM: OK
INTERNAL
BATTERY: OK
GPS
RECEIVER: OK
No.48502170**
DRAM: OK
PORT1: -- -PORT2: -- --
BEACON
RECEIVER: OK
No.08501820**
No.
RETURN
Figure 12-21 Memory, I/O test results
12-7
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13. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING
13.1 Maintenance
Regular maintenance is essential for good
performance. A maintenance program
should be established and should at least
include the items listed in Table 13-1.
WARNING
Do not open the equipment.
Hazardous voltage which can
cause electrical shock, burn or
serious injury exists inside the
equipment. Only qualified
personnel should work inside
the equipment.
Table 13-1 Recommended maintenance program
Item
Antenna
Check point
Check for loosened and corroded
bolts.
Remedy
Tighten loosened bolts. Replace heavily corroded
bolts.
Check connection point for
watertightness.
Antenna cable
Check connector for tightness and
corrosion.
Replace damaged parts.
Check cables for damage.
Display unit
connectors
Check for tight connection.
Tighten loosened connectors.
Ground terminal
Check for tight connection and
corrosion.
Clean or replace as necessary.
Display unit
Dust and foreign material on the
display unit.
Dust may be removed with a soft cloth. if
necessary anti-static cleaner may be used. Never
use chemical solvents to clean the display; they
can remove paint and markings.
LCD
Dust and foreign material on the
screen.
Wipe the LCD carefully to prevent scratching,
using tissue paper and an LCD cleaner. To
remove dirt or salt deposits, use an LCD cleaner,
wiping slowly with tissue paper so as to dissolve
the dirt or salt. Change paper frequently so the
salt or dirt will not scratch the LCD. Do not use
solvents such as thinner, acetone or benzene for
cleaning.
Transducer
Check the transducer face yearly
for marine life, which can reduce
sensitivity.
Gently scrape off any marine life from the
transducer with a piece of wood.
13-1
13.2 Replacement of Fuse,
Battery
The fuse on the power cable protects the
system from reverse polarity of the ship’s
mains and equipment fault. If the fuse blows,
find the cause before replacing it. Use only a
3A fuse. Using the wrong fuse will damage
the unit and void the warranty.
A battery installed on a circuit board inside
display unit preserves data when the power
is turned off. The life of the battery is about
three years. When the battery voltage is low
the battery icon ( ) appears on the display.
When this happens, contact your dealer to
request replacement of the battery.
Lithium
Battery
CAUTION
Type
Code Number
CR2450-F2 ST2
000-133-495
Use the correct fuse.
Use of a wrong fuse can cause fire or
equipment damage.
13.3 Simple Troubleshooting
Below are simple troubleshooting procedures
which the user can follow to restore normal
operation.
Table 13-2 Simple troubleshooting (plotter)
If...
Then...
check for blown fuse.
check that the power connector is firmly tightened.
you cannot turn on the power
check for corrosion on power cable connector.
check for damaged power cable.
check battery for proper voltage output (10.8 to 31.2 V).
power is on but nothing appears
press the [POWER/BRILL] key and then the cursor pad to
adjust display brilliance and tone.
there is no response when a key is
pressed
turn on the power again.
check for loosened antenna connector.
position is not fixed within 3 minutes.
check for frequency deviation of GPS receiver on GPS
monitor display.
check GPS receiver status indication.
check that the correct geodetic chart system is selected on
the GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS menu.
position is wrong
enter GPS position offset on the GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS
menu.
track is not plotted
plotting is stopped. ("H" appears on the plotter display.)
bearing is wrong
check that correct magnetic variation is entered on the
DISPLAY OPTIONS menu.
Loran or Decca TDs do not appear
check that proper Loran or Decca chain codes are entered
on the GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS menu.
Loran TDs are wrong
enter TD offset on the GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS menu.
ship's speed display is not zero after
ship is stopped
try to decrease GPS speed smoothing setting on the
GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS menu.
13-2
Table 13-3 Simple troubleshooting (sounder)
If...
no picture but marks and characters
appear
Then...
check if picture advance speed is set to "STOP" on the
sounder setup options menu.
check for loosened transducer connector.
picture appears but no zero line
If using manual video sounder operation, range is shifted; set
shifting to zero to correct.
picture sensitivity is too low
check gain setting, if using manual operation.
marine life or air bubbles may be clinging to transducer face.
water may be dirty.
bottom may be too soft to return a suitable echo.
depth is not displayed
adjust gain to display bottom echo in dark tone.
noise or interference obstructs the
display
check if transducer cable is near ship's engine. If it is,
relocate it.
check ground.
other video sounders may be operating nearby and on same
frequency.
water temperature graph appears
but no or wrong readout
check for loosened sensor cable.
13.4 Error Messages
This equipment displays the following error
messages on the alarm menu to alert you to
possible trouble.
Table 13-4 Error messages
Error Message
Meaning, remedy
NO GPS FIX
No GPS signal.
Check antenna cable.
NO DIFFERENTIAL
GPS CORRECTION.
(GP-1650DF only)
No DGPS signal.
Check antenna.
Voltage of internal
VOLTAGE OF
battery is low.
INTERNAL BATTERY IS
Request replacement
LOW.
of battery.
13-3
4. Press the soft key SELF TEST to open
the test menu.
13.5 Diagnostic Tests
Memory, I/O port test
TEST
This test conducts a general check of the display unit and the antenna unit. The unit displays the results for each device or
component checked as OK or NG (No Good).
MEMORY•I/O TEST
KEYBOARD TEST
1. Press the [MENU] key to open the main
menu.
2. Press the soft key CONFIGURATION to
show the configuration menu.
TEST PATTERN
DGPS 3D
RETURN
CONFIG
Figure 13-3 Test menu
SETUP NMEA PORT 1
SETUP NMEA/DGPS PORT 2
5. Press the soft key MEMORY•I/O TEST
to start the test. Test results and program
nos. are shown as below.
UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD DATA
TEST
SYSTEM MENU
PROGRAM: OK
No.14518020**
DGPS 3D
RETURN
Figure 13-1 Configuration menu
3. Press the soft key SYSTEM MENU to
open the system menu.
SYSTEM
MENU
SELF TEST
DEMONSTRATION MODE
SRAM: OK
INTERNAL
BATTERY: OK
GPS
RECEIVER: OK
No.48502170**
DRAM: OK
PORT1: OK
PORT2: OK
BEACON
RECEIVER: OK
No.08501820**
No.
RETURN
: Special connections are required to check these ports.
Otherwise, "--" appears.
**: Program Version No.
Figure 13-4 Memory, I/O test results
MEMORY/TRIP CLEAR
6. The test runs continuously. To return to
the self test menu, press the soft key
RETURN.
DGPS 3D
RETURN
Figure 13-2 System menu
13-4
Note: BEACON RECEIVER results only appear on GP-1650DF.
Keyboard test
Display test
This test checks all controls for proper operation.
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CONFIGURATION, SYSTEM
MENU and SELF TEST to display the self
test menu.
1. Press the [MENU] followed by the soft
keys CONFIGURATION, SYSTEM
MENU and SELF TEST to display the self
test menu.
2. Press the soft key KEYBOARD TEST to
display the screen for testing the keyboard.
2. Press the soft key TEST PATTERN to
open the test pattern display.
3. Press the [ENTER] key to change the test
pattern.
TEST PATTERN
KEYBOAD
TEST
▲
▲
▲
WHT
RED
GRN
BLU
BLK
▲
PRESS
"CLEAR" KEY
3 TIMES
TO RETURN.
PRESS "ENTER" TO CHANGE PATTERN
Figure 13-5 Keyboard test
RETURN
WHT
3. Press the any key. The pressed key’s onscreen location turns black if the key is
functioning properly.
4. To escape, press the [CLEAR] key three
times.
RED
GRN
BLU
BLK
Figure 13-6 Display test pattern
13-5
13.6 Clearing Memories
The memory, which stores marks, tracks and
initial settings, can be cleared to start afresh.
When this done all default settings are restored.
1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft
keys CONFIGURATION and SYSTEM
MENU.
2. Press the soft key MEMORY/TRIP
CLEAR to open the clear memory menu.
CLEAR
MEMORY
s
CLEAR PLOTTER MEMORY NO
CLEAR GPS MEMORY
NO
CLEAR ALL MEMORY
NO
TRIP METER RESET
NO
DGPS 3D
EDIT
RETURN
Figure 13-7 Clear memory menu
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to select memory/trip to
clear.
4. Press the soft key EDIT.
5. Press ▲ to select YES.
6. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER]
key to clear memory selected.
Note: For CLEAR PLOTTER MEMORY and
CLEAR ALL MEMORY, all waypoints and
routes are cleared and default settings are
restored. If you require this data, save it to a
PC.
13-6
MENU TREE
MENU key
Default settings shown in bold italic.
CHART SETUP OPTIONS
CHART OFFSET
TRACK CONTROL
Default settings shown in bold italic.
CHART DETAILS
Soft key DEPTH INFO
FURUNO chart
DEPTH < 10m (ON, OFF; RED)
DEPTH = 10m (ON, OFF; YELLOW)
DEPTH > 10m (ON, OFF; LIGHT BLUE)
DEPTH INFO (ON, OFF; RED)
(COLORS: RED, YELLOW, GREEN,
LIGHT BLUE, PURPLE, BLUE, WHITE)
C-MAP NT chart
SHADE CHANGE DPTH
SPOT SOUNDING & BATHYMETRIC RANGE
DISPLAY OPTIONS
Page 2 (by soft key NEXT PAGE)
SPEED SOURCE
(OWN PDDWHL, GPS)
TEMP SOURCE
(NMEA, OWN XDCR)
TEMP GRAPH (ON, OFF)
ZOOM MARKER (ON, OFF)
SPEED ADJ. (+-xx%)
TEMP ADJ. (+-xx.x °C/°F)
DEPTH ADJ. (+-x.x m/ft/fa)
GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS
1
DISPLAY TRACK (ON, OFF)
TRACK COLOR
(RED, YELLOW, GREEN, LIGHTBLUE, PURPLE, BLUE, WHITE)
PLOT (TIME, DISTANCE)
TIME INTERVAL (00m10s)
DIST INTERVAL (00.10nm)
TRACK MAMORY (2000 POINTS)
LAT/LON GRID (ON, OFF; GREEN)
TEXT INFO (ON, OFF)
WAYPOINT (LARGE, SMALL, OFF)
WAYPOINT NAME (ON, OFF)
INDEX (ON, OFF)
LANDMASS (BRT, DIM, OFF; YELLOW)
BACKGROUND (BLACK, BLUE)
NAV AIDS (ON, OFF)
SECTOR INFO (ON, OFF)
OTHER SYMBOLS (ON, OFF; WHITE)
(RED, YELLOW, GREEN, LIGHT BLUE,
PURPLE, BLUE, WHITE)
MARK SIZE (STD, SMALL)
Page 1
RNG & BRG MODE (GREAT CIRCLE, RHUMB LINE)
RANGE/SPEED UNIT (nm/kt, km/km/h, sm/sm/h)
DEPTH UNIT (m, ft, fa)
TEMP UNIT (°C, °F)
LAT/LON DISPLAY
(DD°MM.MM’, DD°MM.MMM', DD°MM.MMMM’)
TIME DISPLAY (12HOUR, 24HOUR)
WAYPOINTS SW (AUTO1, AUTO2, MANUAL)
COURSE VECTOR (VECTOR, LINE, OFF)
BEARING (TRUE, MAGNETIC)
MAG VARIATION (AUTO, MANUAL)
TD DISPLAY (LORAN-C, DECCA)
POSITION DISPLAY (LAT/LON, TD)
SET GO TO METHOD
(1POINT, 35POINT, WPT/PORT SERVICE)
OPERATION MODE (PLEASURE, FISHING)
GPS SETUP OPTIONS
LOCAL TIME OFFSET (00:00)
GEODETIC DATUMS (WGS-84)
POS SMOOTHING (000 sec)
SPD/CSE SMOOTHING (005 sec)
GPS SPEED AVE (060 sec)
LAT OFFSET (0.000'N)
LON OFFSET (0.000'E)
DISABLE SATELLITE
LATITUDE (38.00.000'N)
LONGITUDE (123.00.000'W)
ANT. HEIGHT (005m)
FIX MODE (2D, 2D/3D)
DGPS SETUP OPTIONS
DGPS MODE (ON, OFF)
BEACON FREQUENCY
(AUTO, MANUAL)
BAUD RATE
(AUTO, 50, 100, 200)
DGPS ALARM (ON, OFF)
TD SETUP
Loran C Default: 9940, 11-27 (US West Coast)
Decca Default: Chain: 01, R-G (South Baltic)
A-1
LORAN C
(GRI, CORRECTION1, 2)
DECCA
(DEC CHAIN, CORRECTION1, 2)
1
SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS
NOISE LIMITER (OFF, NL1, NL2, NL3)
CLUTTER (AUTO, 0-9)
WHITE MARKER [0-16 (or 0-8), Default: 0]
HUE (1-9, Default: 1)
SIGNAL LEVEL [SL1, SL2, SL3, SL4, SL5, SL6 (or SL1, SL2, SL3), Default: OFF]
PICTURE ADVANCE (2/1, 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, STOP)
E/S WINDOW (STD, WIDE)
: When 8 is selected in HUE window
Soft key SYSTEM SETUP
FISH ALM LVL (HIGH, NORMAL, LOW)
TX POWER (ON, OFF)
TVG 200 kHz (0-9, Default: 5)
TVG 50 kHz (0-9, Default: 5)
ECHO OFFSET 200 kHz (-20 - +20, Default: 0)
ECHO OFFSET 50 kHz (-20 - +20, Default: 0)
SEABED LVL 200 kHz (20-200, Default: 80)
SEABED LVL 50 kHz (20-200, Default: 80)
Soft key RANGE SETUP
RANGE1 (Default: 15 ft)
RANGE2 (Default: 30 ft)
RANGE3 (Default: 60 ft)
RANGE4 (Default: 120 ft)
Setting range: 7-2500 ft
RANGE5 (Default: 200 ft)
RANGE6 (Default: 400 ft)
RANGE7 (Default: 1000 ft)
RANGE8 (Default: 2500 ft)
ZOOM RANGE (7-2500 ft, Default: 30 ft)
B/L RANGE (10, 20 ft)
CONFIGURATION
SETUP NMEA PORT 1
FORMAT
(NMEA0183Ver.1.5, 2.0)
LAT/LON FORMAT
(DD°MM.MM’, DD°MM.MMM’, DD°MM.MMMM)
SETUP NMEA/DGPS PORT 2
FORMAT
(NMEA0183Ver.1.5, 2.0, RTCM104EX, RTCM104INTRN,
RTCM104OUT)
LAT/LON FORMAT
(DD°MM.MM’, DD°MM.MMM', DD°MM.MMMM)
SELECT SNTNC. soft key
(AAM, APB, BOD, BWC/BWR, DBT/DPT, GGA,
GLL, MTW, RMA, RMB, RMC, VTG, WPL, XTE,
ZDA)
UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD DATA
DOWNLOAD WAYPOINT/RTE TO PC
UPLOAD WAYPOINT/RTE FROM PC
SAVE DATA TO MEMORY CARD
LOAD DATA FROM MEMORY CARD
SYSTEM MENU
SELF TEST (MEMORY, I/O; KEYBOARD; TEST PATTERN)
DEMONSTRATION MODE
CLEAR PLOTTER MEMORY (NO, YES)
MEMORY/TRIP CLEAR
CLEAR GPS MEMORY (NO, YES)
CLEAR ALL MEMORY (NO, YES)
TRIP METER RESET (NO, YES)
A-2
WPT/RTE key
WAYPOINTS
LOCAL LIST
ALPHA/NUMERIC LIST
WAYPOINT BY CURSOR
WAYPOINT BY RANGE & BEARING
ROUTES
LOG
CREATE VOYAGE BASED ROUTE
ALARM key
Page 1
AUDIO ALARM (ON, OFF)
ARRIVAL ALARM (ON, OFF)
ANCHOR ALARM (ON, OFF)
PROXIMITY ALARM (ON, OFF)
XTE ALARM (ON, OFF)
SPEED ALARM (WITHIN, OVER/UNDER, OFF)
Page 2 (By soft key NEXT PAGE)
BOTTOM ALARM (ON, OFF)
FISH (B/L) ALARM (ON, OFF)
FISH (NORMAL) (ON, OFF)
TEMP. ALARM (WITHIN, OVER/UNDER, OFF)
A-3
Loran C Chains
Chain
GRI
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
Central Pacific
4990
11
29
–
–
–
Canadian East Coast
5930
11
25
38
–
–
Commando Lion (Korea)
5970
11
31
42
–
–
Canadian West Coast
5990
11
27
41
–
–
South Saudi Arabia
7170
11
26
39
52
–
Labrador Sea
7930
11
26
–
–
–
Eastern Russia
7950
11
30
46
61
–
Gulf of Alaska
7960
11
26
44
–
–
Norwegian Sea
7970
11
26
46
60
–
Southeast USA
7980
11
23
43
59
–
Mediterranean Sea
7990
11
29
47
–
–
Western Russia
8000
10
25
50
65
–
North Central USA
8290
11
27
42
–
–
North Saudi Arabia
8990
11
25
40
56
69
Great Lakes
8970
11
28
44
59
–
South Central USA
9610
11
25
40
52
65
West Coast USA
9940
11
27
40
–
–
Northeast USA
9960
11
25
39
54
–
Northwest Pacific (old)
9970
11
30
55
81
–
Icelandic
9980
11
30
–
–
–
North Pacific
9990
11
29
43
–
–
Suez
4991
10
24
England, France
8940
12
30
Northwest Pacific
8930
11
30
50
70
Newfoundland East Coast
7270
11
25
Lessay
6731
10
39
BØ
7001
11
27
Sylt
7499
11
26
Ejde
9007
10
23
38
Saudia Arabia North
8830
11
25
39
56
Saudia Arabia South
7030
11
25
37
55
A-4
Decca Chains
Chain
No.
Chain
Chain
code
Location
Chain
no.
Chain
Chain
code
Location
01
South Baltic
0A
Europe
34
Kanto
8C
Japan
02
Vestlandet
0E
"
35
Shikoku
4C
"
03
Southwest British
1B
"
36
Hokuriku
2C
"
04
Northumbrian
2A
"
37
Kita Kyushu
7C
"
05
Holland
2E
"
38
Namaqualand
4A
06
North British
3B
"
39
Cape
6A
"
07
Lofoten
3E
"
40
Eastern Province
8A
"
3F
"
41
South West Africa
9C
"
"
08
Southern Africa
09
North Baltic
4B
"
42
Natal
10C
10
North West
4C
"
43
Dampier
8E
11
Trondelag
4E
"
44
Port Headland
4A
12
English
5B
"
45
Anticosti
9C
13
North Bothnian
5F
"
46
East Newfoundland
2C
"
14
Southern Spanish
6A
"
47
Cabot Strait
6B
"
15
North Scottish
6C
"
48
Nova Scotia
7C
"
16
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French
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Hebridean
8E
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Frisian Islands
9B
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Helgeland
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Skagerrak
10B
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North Persian Gulf
5C
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1C
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Bombay
7B
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8B
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Bangladesh
6C
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2F
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9C
Japa n
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6C
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Persian Gulf & India
A-5
Australia
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Northern America
World Time
A-6
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NORTH AMERICAN 1927
EUROPEAN 1950
AUSTRALIAN GEODETIC 1984
ADINDAN-MN
ADINDAN-E
ADINDAN-MA
ADINDAN-SE
ADINDAN-SU
AFG
AIN EL ABD 1970
ANNA 1 ASTRO 1965
ARC 1950-MN
ARC 1950-B
ARC 1950-L
ARC 1950-M
ARC 1950-S
ARC 1950-ZR
ARC 1950-ZM
ARC 1950-ZB
ARC 1960-MN
ARC 1960-K
ARC 1960-T
ASCENSION IS. 1958
ASTRO BEACON “E”
ASTRO B4 SOR. ATOLL
ASTRO POS 71/4
ASTRONOMIC STATION 1952
AUSTRALIAN GEODETIC 1966
BELLEVUE (IGN)
BERMUDA 1957
BOGOTA OBSERVATORY
GAUPO INCHAUSPE
CANTON IS. 1966
CAPE
CAPE CANAVERAL
CARTHAGE
CHATHAM 1971
CHUA ASTRO
CORREGO ALEGRE
DJAKARTA (BATAVIA)
DOS 1968
EASTER IS. 1967
EUROPEAN 1950-WE
EUROPEAN 1950-CY
EUROPEAN 1950-EG
EUROPEAN 1950-ESC
EUROPEAN 1950-EIS
EUROPEAN 1950-GR
EUROPEAN 1950-IR
EUROPEAN 1950-SA
EUROPEAN 1950-SI
EUROPEAN 1950-NF
EUROPEAN 1950-PS
EUROPEAN 1979
GANDAJIKA BASE
GEODETIC DATUM 1949
GUAM 1963
GUX 1 ASTRO
HJORSEY 1955
HONG KONG 1363
INDIAN-TV
INDIAN-BIN
IRELAND 1965
ISTS 073 ASTRO 1969
JOHNSTON IS. 1961
KANDAWALA
KERGUELEN IS.
KERTAU 1948
LA REUNION
L. C. 5 ASTRO
LIBERIA 1964
LUZON
LUZON-M
MAHE 1971
MARCO ASTRO
MASSAWA
MERCHICH
MIDWAY ASTRO 1961
MINNA
NAHRWAN-O
NAHRWAN-UAE
NAHRWAN-SA
NAMIBIA
MAPARIMA, BWI
NORTH AMERICAN 1927WU
NORTH AMERICAN 1927EU
NORTH AMERICAN 1927AK
NORTH AMERICAN 1927BH
NORTH AMERICAN 1927SS
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Mean Value (CONUS)
Mean Value
Australia & Tasmania
Mean Value (Ethiopia & Sudan)
Ethiopia
Mali
Senegal
Sudan
Somalia
Bahrain Is.
Cocos Is.
Mean Value
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Lesotho
Malawi
Swaziland
Zaire
Zambia
Zimbabwe
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Kenya
Tanzania
Ascension Is.
Iwo Jima Is.
Tern Is.
St. Helena Is.
Marcus Is.
Australia & Tasmania
Efate & Erromango Islands
Bermuda Islands
Columbia
Argentina
Phoenix Islands
South Africa
Mean Value (Florida & Bahama Islands)
Tunisia
Chatham Is. (New Zealand)
Paraguay
Brazil
Sumatra Is. (Indonesia)
Gizo Is. (New Georgia Is.)
Easter Is.
Western Europe
Cyprus
Egypt
England, Scotland, Channel & Shetland Islands
England, Ireland, Scotland, & Shetland Islands
Greece
Iran
Italy, Sardinia
Italy, Sicily
Norway & Finland
Portugal & Spain
Mean Value
Republic of Maldives
New Zealand
Guam Is.
Guadalcanal Is.
Iceland
Hong Kong
Thailand & Vietnam
Bangladesh, India & Nepal
Ireland
Diego Garcia
Johnston Is.
Sri Lanka
Kerguelen Is.
West Malaysia & Singapore
Mascarene Is.
Cayman Brac Is.
Liberia
Philippines (excl. Mindanao Is.)
Mindanao Is.
Mahe Is.
Salvage Islands
Eritrea (Ethiopia)
Morocco
Midway Is.
Nigeria
Masirah Is. (0man)
United Arab Emirates
Saudi Arabia
Namibia
Trinidad & Tobago
Western United States
Eastern United States
Alaska
Bahamas (excl. San Salvador Is.)
Bahamas, San Salvador Is.
Canada (incl. Newfoundland Is.)
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NORTH AMERICAN 1927AB
: Alberta & British Columbia
NORTH AMERICAN 1927EC
: East Canada
NORTH AMERICAN 1927MO
: Manitoba & Ontario
NORTH AMERICAN 1927NE
: Northwest Territories & Saskatchewan
NORTH AMERICAN 1927YK
: Yukon
NORTH AMERICAN 1927CZ
: Canal Zone
NORTH AMERICAN 1927CR
: Caribbean
NORTH AMERICAN 1927CA
: Central America
NORTH AMERICAN 1927CU
: Cuba
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: Greenland
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: Mexico
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: Alaska
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: Canada
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: CONUS
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: Mexico, Central America
OBSERVATORIO 1966
: Corvo & Flores Islands (Azores)
OLD EGYPTIAN 1930
: Egypt
OLD HAWAIIAN-MN
: Mean Value
OLD HAWAIIAN-HW
: Hawaii
OLD HAWAIIAN-KA
: Kauai
OLD HAWAIIAN-MA
: Maui
OLD HAWAIIAN-OA
: Oahu
OMAN
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ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GREAT BRITAIN 1936-MN: Mean Value
ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GREAT BRITAIN 1936-E: England
ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GREAT BRITAIN 1936-IM: England, Isle
of Man & Wales
ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GREAT BRITAIN 1936-SSI: Scotland, &
Shetland Islands
ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GREAT BRITAIN 1936-WL: Wales
PICO DE LAS NIVIES
: Canary Islands
PITCAIRN ASTRO 1967
: Pitcairn Is.
PROVISIONS SOUTH CHILEAN 1963: South Chile (near 53˚ S)
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PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956BO: Bolivia
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956NC: Chile-Northern Chile
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PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956SC: Chile-Southern Chile
(near 43˚S)
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956CO: Columbia
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956EC: Ecuador
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956GY: Guyana
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956PR: Peru
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956VN: Venezuela
PUERTO RICO
: Puerto Rico & Virgin Islands
QATAR NATIONAL
: Qatar
QORNOQ
: South Greenland
ROME 1940
: Sardinia Islands
SANTA BRAZ
: Sao Maguel, Santa Maria Islands (Azores)
SANTO (DOS)
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SAPPER HILL 1943
: East Falkland Is.
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969MN
: Mean Value
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969AG
: Argentina
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969BO
: Bolivia
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969BR
: Brazil
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969CH
: Chile
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969CO
: Columbia
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969EC
: Ecuador
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969GY
: Guyana
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969PA
: Paraguay
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969PR
: Peru
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969TT
: Trinidad & Tobago
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969VZ
: Venezuela
SOUTH ASIA
: Singapore
SOUTHEAST BASE
: Porto Santo & Madeira Islands
SOUTHWEST BASE
: Faial, Graciosa, Pico, Sao Jorge, & Terceira Is.
TIMBALAI 1948
: Brunei & East Malaysia (Sarawak & Sadah)
TOKYO JP
: Japan
TOKYO KP
: Korea
TOKYO OK
: Okinawa
TRISTAN ASTRO 1968
: Tristan da Cunha
VITI LEVU 1916
: Viti Levu Is. (Fiji Islands)
WAKE-ENIWETOK 1960
: Marshall Islands
ZANDERIJ
: Surinam
BUKIT RIMPAH
: Bangka & Belitung Islands (Indonesia)
CAMP AREA ASTRO
: Camp Mcmurdo Area, Antarctica
G. SEGARA
: Kalimantan Is. (Indonesia)
HERAT NORTH
: Afghanistan
HU-TZU-SHAN
: Taiwan
TANANARIVE OBSERVATORY 1925: Madagascar
YACARE
: Uruguay
RT-90
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Pulkovo 1942
: Russia
Finish KKJ
: Finland
SPECIFICATIONS OF
COLOR GPS/ PLOTTER/ SOUNDER: GP-1650F
COLOR DGPS/ PLOTTER/ SOUNDER: GP-1650DF
1. GENERAL
(1) Display
5.6 inch high resolution color LCD
(2) Projection
Mercator
(3) Usable Area
85° latitude or below
(4) Display Mode
Plotter, Plotter/Sounder, Sounder, Highway display,
Waypoint display, XTE(Cross Track Error) display
(5) Alarms
Arrival and Anchor watch, Cross track error and border alarms,
Ship’s speed in and out alarms, Water temperature, Fish school
2. GPS RECEIVER
(1) Receiving Channels
12 channels parallel, 12 satellite tracking
(2) Rx Frequency
1575.42 MHz
(3) Rx Code
C/A code
(4) Position Fixing System
All in view, 8-state Kalman filter
(5) Position Accuracy
Approx. 10 m, 95% of the time,
horizontal dilution of position (HDOP)≤1
Note: All GPS receiver are subject to degradation of position and
velocity accuracy under the U.S. Department of Defense.
Position may be degraded.
DGPS: approx. less than 5 m, 95% of the time
(6) Tracking Velocity
900 kts
(7) Position-fixing Time
Warm start: 12 seconds, Cold start: 90 seconds
(8) Position Update Interval
1 second
(9) DGPS Data Receiving
RTCM SC-104 Ver 2.1 formatted
(External DGPS data required for GP-1650F)
3. DISPLAY SECTION
(1) Effective area
115.2×84.2 mm
(2) Display pixels
234×320 dots
(3) Position Indication
Latitude/Longitude or Loran C LOP or DECCA LOP
4. PLOTTER
(1) Effective Projection Area
0.125 nm to 2,048 nm (at equatorial area)
(2) Track Display
Plot interval: by time (0 to 99 min. 59 sec.) or
by distance (0 to 99.99 nm)
SP - 1
(3) Colors
Red, yellow, green , purple, light-blue, blue, white
(4) Memory Capacity
Track/Mark: 5000 points, waypoint: 800 points,
(5) Storage Capacity
Simple route: 200 routes with 35 waypoints each
(6) MOB
1 point
(7) Quick routes
1 course
(8) Electronic Chart
FURUNO chart card or NAVIONICS chart card available
C-MAP chart card also available for C-MAP NT Model
5. SOUNDER
(1) Transmit Frequency
50/200 kHz
(2) Transmission
600 Wrms
(3) Display range
5/10/20/40/80/150/300/800 m, shift; 0-800 m
(4) Extension Mode
Marker zoom, Bottom zoom, Bottom Lock,
(5) Auto Mode
Cruising/Fishing selected
(6) Picture advance
6 steps
6. DATA INPUT / OUTPUT
(1) Input data
IEC61162-1 and NMEA0183 Ver1.5 adopted
$**TLL, $**MTW, $GPWPL
(2) Output data
IEC61162-1 or NMEA0183 Ver1.5 selected
$GPAAM, $GPAPB, $GPBOD, $GPBWR/GPBWC, $GPDPT/GPDBT,
$GPGGA, $GPMTW, $GPGLL, $GPRMA, $GPRMB, $GPRMC,
$GPVTG, $GPWPL, $GPXTE, $GPZDA
7. POWER SOURCE
(1) For DC Source
12-24 VDC (-10%,+30%), 1.6-0.8 A
(2) For AC Source
100/110/115/200/220/230 VAC, 1 phase, 50/60 Hz
(optional rectifier required)
8. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
(1) Useable Temperature
Antenna unit: -25°C to + 70°C
Display unit: -15°C to +55°C
(2) Relative Humidity
90% (at 40°C)
(3) Waterproofing
Antenna unit: IEC60529 IPX6
Display unit: IEC60529 IPX5
9. COATING COLOR
(1) Display Unit
Cover: Munsell 2.5GY5/1.5, Panel: N3.0
(2) Antenna Unit
N9.5
SP - 2
INDEX
A
D
A-scope display 2-4
Alarm information window 2-10, 9-4
ALARM key 2-10
Alarm messages 9-4
Alarms
alarm information window 9-4
alarm message 9-4
anchor watch alarm 9-2
arrival alarm 9-1
audio alarm 9-1
bottom alarm 2-10
DGPS alarm 11-7
fish (B/L) alarm 2-10
fish (normal) alarm 2-10
proximity alarm 9-3
speed alarm 9-3
temperature (water) alarm 2-10
XTE alarm 9-2
Anchor watch alarm 9-2
Antenna height 11-6
Arrival alarm 9-1
Audio alarm 9-1
Auto course-up mode 3-1
Automatic sounder operation 2-5
Decca chains A-5
DECCA station selection 11-7
Demonstration display 1-6
Depth
indication adjustment 11-4
measurement of 2-6
Depth info 11-2
DEPTH INFO soft key 11-2
Depth unit 11-3
DGPS alarm 11-7
DGPS beacon information display 3-6
DGPS mode 11-7
DGPS setup options menu 11-6
Diagnostics
display test 13-5
keyboard test 13-5
memory, I/O test 13-4
remote controller test 13-6
Disable satellite 11-6
Display options menu 11-2–11-4
Display setup1 menu 11-2–11-4
Display setup2 menu 11-4
Display test 13-5
Downloading data 11-11
Dual-frequency display 2-4
B
Background color
chart 11-2
sounder 2-9
Battery replacement 13-2
Beacon baud rate 11-7
Beacon frequency 11-7
Beacon information display 3-6
Bottom alarm 2-10
Bottom echo 2-11
Bottom-lock display 2-3
Bottom-zoom display 2-3
Brilliance adjustment 1-4
Buoy data 3-4
C
Chart details menu 11-2
Chart offset menu 11-1
Chart scale 3-2
Chart setup options menu 11-1–11-2
CLEAR key 2-10
Clutter rejection 2-7
Configuration menu 11-10–11-13
Course vector 11-3
Course-up mode 3-1
Cross-track error alarm. See XTE alarm
Cursor 3-2
Cursor data 12-1
E
Echo color 2-9
Echo offset 11-9
Error messages 13-3
E/S window 2-4
F
Fish (B/L) alarm 2-10
Fish (normal) alarm
sensitivity 11-9
setting 2-10
Fishing mode 3-8
Fish school echoes 2-11
Fix mode 11-6
Fuse replacement 13-2
G
Gain adjustment 2-6
Geodetic chart list A-7
Geodetic datum 11-5
GPS position offset 11-6
GPS satellite monitor display 3-5
GPS/DGPS/TD options menu 11-5–11-8
Great circle 11-2
Grid 11-2
Index-1
H
N
Highway display 3-7
Hue (sounder) 2-9
Nav data display 3-5
Navigation
cancelling 8-5
multiple quick points 8-1
ports, port service 8-2
quick points 8-1–8-5
restarting 8-4
route 8-3
route in reverse order 8-3
single quick point 8-1
specific route leg 8-3
switching route waypoints 8-4
waypoints 8-2
Noise limiter 2-7
North-up mode 3-1
I
Indications
enlargement of nav data 3-5
sounder display 2-2
Interference rejection 2-7
K
Keyboard test 13-5
L
Lat/lon display resolution 11-3
Lighthouse data 3-4
Local time 11-5
Loran C chains A-4
Loran C station selection 11-7
O
Object 12-1
Operation mode 3-8
M
Magnetic bearing 11-3
Magnetic variation 11-3
Maintenance 13-1
Manual sounder operation 2-5–2-6
Mark
color 5-3
displaying 5-4
entering 5-1
erasing 5-4
line 5-2
shape 5-2
Marker zoom display 2-3
Memory card
formatting 10-1
loading data 10-2
saving data 10-1
Memory/trip clear 12-6
Memory, I/O port test 12-4
MENU key 1-4
Menu tree A-1–A-3
Mini chart cards
aids to navigation data 3-4
background color 11-2
buoy data 3-4
chart scale 3-2
chart symbol color 11-2
chart symbols 3-3
depth info 11-2
grid 11-2
Indices 11-2
indices 3-3
inserting 1-3
landmass color 11-2
lighthouse data 3-4
nav aids 11-2
port service icons (NAVIONICS) 3-4
text info 11-2
P
Picture advance 2-9
Plesure mode 3-8
PLOT key 1-3
Plotter/Sounder display 2-4
Port services
description 3-4
navigating to 8-2, 12-3
Position format selection 11-4
Position input 11-6
Power on/off 1-2
POWER/BRILL key 1-2
Presentation modes 3-1
Program number 12-7,13-4
Proximity alarm 9-3
activating, deactivating 9-3
setting radius for individual waypoints 6-3
Q
Quick points
entry method 8-1
multiple points 8-1
single point 8-1
R
Range selection
plotter 3-2
sounder 2-6
Range setup (sounder) 11-8
RANGE SETUP soft key 11-8
Range shift (sounder) 2-6
Range unit 11-3
Rhumb line 11-2
Index-2
Routes
connecting (two) 7-2
entering by cursor 7-2
entering through route list 7-1
entering track based 7-4
erasing 7-5
inserting waypoints on the plotter display 7-3
inserting waypoints through route list 7-2
navigating 8-3
navigating in reverse order 8-3
navigating specific leg 8-3
removing from plotter display 7-4
removing waypoints through route list 7-3
restarting navigation of 8-4
switching waypoints 8-4
S
Track
color 4-2
displaying 4-1
erasing all 4-4
plotting interval 4-2
stopping/restarting plotting of 4-2
Track based route 7-4
Transmitter power 11-9
Troubleshooting 13-2
TVG 11-9
U
Upload/download data menu 11-11
Uploading data 11-11
W
SAVE/MOB key 6-1
Seabed level 11-9
Sector info (lighthouse viewable angle) 11-2
Setup NMEA port 1 menu 11-10
Setup NMEA port 2 menu 11-10
Signal level (sounder) 2-8
Smoothing
position 11-5
speed/course 11-6
Soft keys 1-4
Sounder setup menu 11-8–11-9
Speed
GPS speed averaging 11-6
indication adjustment 11-4
input 8-4
sensor selection 11-4
unit 11-3
Speed alarm 9-3
Steering display 3-6
Surface noise 2-12
System configuration v
System menu 11-13
System setup menu 11-9
SYSTEM SETUP soft key 11-9
Waypoints
changing data 6-4
changing position at entry 6-3
changing position on plotter screen 6-5
color 6-2
comments 6-3
entering at MOB position 6-1
entering at own ship's position 6-1
entering by cursor 6-1
entering by latitude and longitude position 6-3
entering by range and bearing 6-3
erasing individual by cursor 6-4
erasing individual through waypoint list 6-4
mark size 6-5
name entry 6-3
name on/off 11-2
navigating by 8-2
proximity alarm radius 6-3
searching 6-5
shape 6-2
size 11-2
Weak echo suppression 2-7
White marker 2-8
World time A-6
WPT/RTE key 6-1
T
X
TD setup menu 11-7–11-8
TDs selection 11-3
Temperature
graph 11-4
indication adjustment 11-4
sensor selection 11-4
Temperature (water) alarm 2-10
Temperature unit 11-3
Tidal Information 12-2
Time
display selection 11-3
local 11-5
Trip 3-8
Tone adjustment 1-3
XTE alarm 9-2
XTE scale 3-7
Z
Zero line 2-11
Zoom marker on/off 11-4
Index-3
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