Specifications | Furuno GP-33 GPS Receiver User Manual

GPS Navigator
GP-33
W3D
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A : JAN . 2010
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
Indicates a condition that can cause death or serious
injury if not avoided.
CAUTION
Indicates a condition that can cause minor or moderate
injury if not avoided.
Safety Instructions for the Operator
Safety Instructions for the Installer
WARNING
Do not disassemble or modify
the equipment.
Fire, electrical shock or serious
injury can occur.
Turn off the power immediately if
water leaks into the equipment or
smoke or fire is coming from the
equipment.
Failure to turn off the equipment can
cause fire or electrical shock.
Contact a FURUNO agent for service.
CAUTION
Turn off the power at the
switchboard before you install
the equipment.
Fire or electrical shock can occur if
the power is left on.
Be sure that the power supply is
compatible with the voltage rating
of the equipment.
Connection of an incorrect power
supply can cause fire or equipment
damage. The voltage rating of the
equipment appears on the label
above the power connector.
The glass of an LCD panel breaks
easily. Handle the LCD carefully.
CAUTION
Injury can result if the glass breaks.
Ground the equipment to
prevent mutual interference.
No single navigation aid (including
this unit) should ever be relied upon
as the exclusive means for navigating your vessel.
The navigator is responsible for checking all aids available to confirm his
position. Electronic aids are intended
to assist, not replace, the navigator.
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WARNING
Observe the following compass safe
distances to prevent interference to
a magnetic compass:
Model
Standard
compass
Steering
compass
GP-33
0.65 m
0.45 m
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD.................................................................................................................... v
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................... vi
1.
OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW .................................................................................1-1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
2.
PLOTTER DISPLAY OVERVIEW..........................................................................2-1
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
3.
Controls ......................................................................................................................1-1
How to Turn Power On/Off .........................................................................................1-2
How to Adjust LCD and Key Panel Brilliance .............................................................1-3
Display Modes ............................................................................................................1-3
Menu Overview...........................................................................................................1-8
How to Enter the MOB Mark.......................................................................................1-9
How to Select the Display Range ...............................................................................2-1
How to Shift the Cursor ..............................................................................................2-1
How to Shift the Display .............................................................................................2-2
How to Change Track Plotting Interval, Stop Recording ............................................2-3
How to Change Track Color .......................................................................................2-4
How to Erase Track ....................................................................................................2-4
2.6.1 How to erase track by color ............................................................................2-4
2.6.2 How to erase all tracks ...................................................................................2-5
WAYPOINTS..........................................................................................................3-1
3.1 How to Enter Waypoints .............................................................................................3-1
3.1.1 How to enter a waypoint with the cursor ........................................................3-1
3.1.2 How to enter a waypoint at own boat position ................................................3-1
3.1.3 How to enter a waypoint through the list ........................................................3-1
3.1.4 How to enter waypoints automatically ............................................................3-3
3.2 How to Display Waypoint Name .................................................................................3-4
3.3 How to Edit Waypoints ...............................................................................................3-5
3.3.1 How to edit waypoints on the plotter display ..................................................3-5
3.3.2 How to edit waypoints through the list ............................................................3-5
3.4 How to Move Waypoints.............................................................................................3-6
3.5 How to Erase Waypoints ............................................................................................3-7
3.5.1 How to erase a waypoint on the plotter display ..............................................3-7
3.5.2 How to erase a waypoint through the waypoint list ........................................3-7
3.5.3 How to erase all waypoints.............................................................................3-8
4.
ROUTES ................................................................................................................4-1
4.1 How to Create Routes ................................................................................................4-1
4.2 How to Edit Routes.....................................................................................................4-3
4.2.1 How to replace a waypoint in a route .............................................................4-3
4.2.2 How to delete a waypoint from a route ...........................................................4-3
4.2.3 How to insert a waypoint in a route ................................................................4-4
4.2.4 How to temporarily deselect a waypoint in a route .........................................4-4
4.3 How to Erase a Route ................................................................................................4-5
4.3.1 How to erase a route through the route list ....................................................4-5
4.3.2 How to erase all routes...................................................................................4-5
5.
DESTINATION .......................................................................................................5-1
5.1 How to Set Destination by Cursor Position.................................................................5-1
5.2 How to Set Destination by Waypoint ..........................................................................5-2
5.2.1 How to set a destination waypoint with the cursor .........................................5-2
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5.2.2 How to set a destination waypoint through the list ......................................... 5-2
5.3 How to Set Route as Destination ............................................................................... 5-2
5.4 How to Cancel Destination......................................................................................... 5-3
5.4.1 How to cancel destination with the cursor...................................................... 5-3
5.4.2 How to cancel destination through the list...................................................... 5-4
6.
ALARMS ................................................................................................................6-1
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
7.
OTHER FUNCTIONS .............................................................................................7-1
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
8.
Plotter Setup Menu .................................................................................................... 7-1
GPS Setup Menu ....................................................................................................... 7-2
WAAS Menu............................................................................................................... 7-4
Position Display Format ............................................................................................. 7-4
System Menu ............................................................................................................. 7-5
User Display Menu..................................................................................................... 7-7
I/O Setup Menu ........................................................................................................ 7-10
7.7.1 Uploading data to a PC ................................................................................ 7-13
7.7.2 Downloading data from PC .......................................................................... 7-13
MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING...............................................................8-1
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
9.
Overview .................................................................................................................... 6-1
Buzzer Type Selection ............................................................................................... 6-2
How to Set an Alarm .................................................................................................. 6-2
Alarm Descriptions ..................................................................................................... 6-4
Maintenance............................................................................................................... 8-1
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................... 8-2
Displaying the Message Board .................................................................................. 8-3
Diagnostics................................................................................................................. 8-3
Clearing Data ............................................................................................................. 8-4
INSTALLATION .....................................................................................................9-1
9.1 Equipment Lists.......................................................................................................... 9-1
9.2 Installation of Receiver Unit ....................................................................................... 9-1
9.2.1 Installation consideration................................................................................ 9-1
9.2.2 Desktop and underside of table mount .......................................................... 9-2
9.2.3 Flush mount ................................................................................................... 9-3
9.3 Installation of Antenna Unit ........................................................................................ 9-4
9.4 Wiring ......................................................................................................................... 9-5
9.5 Language Setting ....................................................................................................... 9-8
9.6 Input/Output Data....................................................................................................... 9-8
APPENDIX 1 MENU TREE .......................................................................................AP-1
APPENDIX 2 WHAT IS WAAS? ...............................................................................AP-3
APPENDIX 3 LIST OF TERMS .................................................................................AP-4
APPENDIX 4 GEODETIC CHART LIST ...................................................................AP-5
SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................................................SP-1
INSTALLATION MATERIALS, ACCESSORIES ......................................................... A-1
OUTLINE DRAWINGS................................................................................................. D-1
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM ................................................................................ S-1
INDEX.......................................................................................................................... IN-1
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FOREWORD
A Word to the Owner of the GP-33
Congratulations on your choice of the GP-33 GPS Navigator.
For over 60 years FURUNO Electric Company has enjoyed an enviable reputation for innovative
and dependable marine electronics is furthered by our extensive global network of agents and
dealers.
Your navigator 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 installation, operation and maintenance.
We would appreciate feedback from you, the end-user, about where we are achieving our
purposes.
Thank you for considering and purchasing FURUNO equipment.
Features
The main features of the GP-33 are as shown below.
• High-resolution color LCD
• WAAS capability
• Storage for 10,000 waypoints, 100 routes and 3,000 track points
• Alarms: Arrival/Anchor, XTE (Cross-track Error), Trip, Odometer, Time, WAAS and Speed
• Man overboard feature records position at time of man overboard and provides continuous updates of range and bearing when navigating to the MOB position.
• Unique Highway display provides a graphic presentation of boat’s progress toward a waypoint.
• User-programmable nav data displays provide analog and digital navigation data.
• Navigation data output to the autopilot when connecting.
• Waypoint and route data can be uploaded from a PC and downloaded to a PC.
Program No.
Name
No.
Ver.
CPU MAIN
2051530-01.**
January, 2010
CPU Boot
2051531-01.**
January, 2010
CPU CAN LD
2051532-01.**
January, 2010
GPS
48502640-**
January, 2010
**: Minor change
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Standalone system
Antenna Unit
GPA-017
Navigation
PC
MOB Switch
External Alarm
Receiver Unit
GP-33
12-24VDC
Standard configuration is shown with solid line.
CAN bus network
When optional junction box FI-5002 is connected
Antenna Unit
GPA-017
Navigation
PC
MOB Switch
External Alarm
FI-504/507
Receiver Unit
GP-33
Junction Box
FI-5002
12 VDC
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
When no FI-5002 is connected
Antenna Unit
GPA-017
Navigation
PC
MOB Switch
External Alarm
Receiver Unit
GP-33
Backbone cable
Category of Units
Units
Category
Antenna Unit GPA-017
Exposed to weather
Receiver Unit GP-33
Protected from weather
Junction Box FI-5002 (Option)
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1.
OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.1
Controls
W3D
Key
Description
Selects display mode.
DISP
Sets destination.
GO TO
MENU
ZOOM
-Opens the Menu. (plotter and highway displays: twice, others: once)
-Shows the zoom window (plotter and highway displays only).
-Shifts the cursor.
-Selects item on menus.
(Cursorpad)
BRILL
WPT
MOB
ENT
-Long press: Turns power off.
-Momentary press: Turns power on./Shows Brill window.
-Long press: Inscribes MOB mark.
-Momentary press: Registers own boat position as MOB position.
-Long press: Returns own boat position to center (plotter display only).
-Momentary press: Confirms selection on menus.
1-1
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
How to detach the hard cover from the unit
Put your thumbs on the front and forefingers on the catches at the sides of the cover,
and pull it toward you.
Catches
1.2
How to Turn Power On/Off
1. Press the /BRILL key to turn on the power. The unit beeps and then starts up
with the last-used display mode. Your equipment takes about 90 seconds to find
its position. The equipment shows receiver status indication at the top left-hand
corner in most display modes. The table below shows these indications and their
meanings.
Status indications
Indication
Meaning
2D
2D GPS position fixed
3D
3D GPS position fixed
W2D
2D WAAS position fixed
W3D
3D WAAS position fixed
DOP*
2D: HDOP larger than 4
3D: PDOP larger than 6
SIM
Simulation mode
---
Not fixed
*: DOP (Dilution of Precision) is the index of position accuracy, and it is the distribution pattern of satellites used in position fixing. Generally, the smaller the figure
the better the position accuracy. (HDOP: Horizontal DOP, PDOP: Position DOP)
2. To turn off the power, press and hold down the /BRILL key for three seconds.
The time remaining until the power is turned off is counted down on the display.
1-2
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.3
How to Adjust LCD and Key Panel Brilliance
1. Press the
/BRILL key to show the following window.
2. To adjust the LCD brilliance, press
/BRILL key.
The setting changes “0→1→…→7→6…0→1…” continuously. Maximum setting
is 7. You can use also the cursorpad (W, X) to adjust the brilliance.
3. To adjust the panel brilliance, press the cursorpad (S, T, max: 7).
4. Press ENT or MENU/ZOOM key.
1.4
Display Modes
Your unit has seven display modes: Plotter Display, Highway Display, Steering Display, Nav Data Display, Satellite Monitor Display and User Display 1/2. Press the
DISP key to select a display mode. Each time the key is pressed, the display mode
changes in the sequence shown below. To step through the displays in reverse order,
press the DISP key more than three seconds.
DISP
20.0
350
299
DISP
166
0.46
N
E
14.6
[2]: Highway display
[1]: Plotter display
14.6
300
0.46
00 15
299
[3]: Steering display
DISP
34 44.589 N
135 21.074 E
DISP
14.6
300
[4]: Nav Data display
DISP
11
1.60
DISP
DISP
40.0
[7]: User display 2
22 08
13
17
32 30
N
E
40.0
[6]: User display 1
12.0
05
02
25
02
05
08
11
13
15
17
22
25
28
30
32
133
[5]: Satellite Monitor display
1-3
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
Plotter Display
The plotter display traces own boat’s track.
Waypoint mark
(Shape selectable)
Receiver status
Cursor
(displayed for approx.
seven seconds)
Own boat mark
Course bar
N 34 08.375
Horizontal display
range scale
Lat/Lon
grids
Range to cursor*
Bearing to cursor*
N 34 08.250
92
Boat’s track
E 135 09.500
E 135 09.750
Cursor position
(Own boat position when cursor is not displayed.)
*:COG and SOG replace bearing to cursor and
range to cursor when the cursor is not displayed.
1-4
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
Highway Display
The highway display provides a 3-D view of own boat’s progress toward destination.
XTE (Cross-track error) scale and arrow mark
Arrow shifts with boat’s XTE. When the arrow
is aligned with the center line the boat is on
course. The arrow blinks if boat’s XTE is
greater than XTE scale range.
“N (North)” is displayed, instead of the arrow,
at the center of the scale when no destination
is set.
Direction to steer
(to return to course)
Bearing from
: Steer right. : Steer left.
own boat to
Destination
destination
waypoint name
waypoint
299
Course
over
ground
166
0.46
N
E
14.6
Speed
over
ground
Current
position
Range from own
boat to destination
waypoint
Digital XTE indication
(in nautical miles)
Own boat mark
The boat mark displays course as follows:
When no waypoint is set;
The mode is North-up and
the arrow shows boat’s course.
When a waypoint is set;
The arrow shows boat’s
course towards destination.
1-5
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
Steering Display
The steering display provides steering information.
Speed
over ground
Receiver status
Bearing reference;
MAG(netic) or TRUE
Time
Bearing destination
Bearing scale
14.6
300
0.46
00 15
299
Time-To-Go
to destination
Range from
own boat to
destination
Own boat mark
Course over ground
Bearing to
the destination
12/11/09
17:57:40
Estimated Time of
Arrival at destination
Nav Data Display
Receiver status
Date and time
34 44.589 N
135 21.074 E
14.6
Speed over ground
1-6
300
Position in latitude
and longitude
Course over ground
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
Satellite Monitor Display
The satellite monitor display shows the condition of GPS and GEO (WAAS) satellites.
Number, bearing and elevation angle of all GPS and GEO satellites (if applicable) in
view of your receiver appear.
Receiver
status
Elevation
45
DOP value
11
1.60
GEO satellite
22 08
13
17
32 30
05
02
25
12.0
02
05
08
11
13
15
17
22
25
28
30
32
133
Receiver
signal level
Bars show
signal level.
Satellites
whose signal
level are high
are used in
fixing position.
Elevation 5
Altitude
Satellite numbers in
reverse video are
used for positioning.
Area not used
for positioning
(set at menu)
User Display 1, User Display 2
• Digital display
The digital display shows digital navigation data. You can select what data to display in one to four cells. The choices of data are time, date, speed over ground,
cross-track-error, odometer distance, position, course over ground, time-to-go to
destination, trip distance, power source voltage, range and bearing to waypoint and
estimated time of arrival at destination.
• Speedometer display
The speedometer display provides both digital and analog displays of speed over
ground.
• COG display
The COG display shows both analog course over ground, and digital speed over
ground.
23.9 15.8
55.7 335
Digital display (four cells)
N
E
40.0
Speedometer display
(default: User display 1)
40.0
COG display
(default: User display 2)
1-7
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
1.5
Menu Overview
Most operations of your unit are done through the menu. Below is a quick introduction
to how to select a menu and change menu settings. If you get lost in operation, press
the MENU/ZOOM key to return to the main menu.
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key once or twice to display the main menu.
Press once: Steering display, nav data display, satellite monitor display, user display 1/2.
Press twice: Plotter display, highway display
Note: Following explanation takes the menus for the plotter display as an example.
*
Cursor
*: Shown only when the
MENU/ZOOM key is
pressed at the plotter display.
2. Press S or T to select an item, and press the ENT key.
3. Press ENT (or X) key.
For example, select [Plotter Setup] and press the ENT key.
4. Press S or T to select option desired.
For example, select [COG/BRG ref.]
5. Press the ENT key (or X).
A window shows the options for the item selected.
6. Press S or T to select option desired.
7. Press the ENT key (or X).
8. Press the MENU/ZOOM key (or W) twice to close the menu.
1-8
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
How to enter alphanumeric data
Some menu operations require you to enter alphanumeric data (A to Z, 0 to 9) and
symbols (&, _, #,’ , -, > and space). The procedure which follows shows how to enter
alphanumeric data. For example, to change the waypoint name “WP0006” to “KOBE”,
do the follows:
Cursor
1) Press S or T to select “K”.
2) Press X, and press S or T to select “O”.
3) Press X, and press S or T to select “B”.
4) Press X, and press S or T to select “E”.
5) Press X, and press S or T to select “ “(space).
6) Press X, and press S or T to select “ ” (space).
7) Press the ENT key.
1.6
How to Enter the MOB Mark
The MOB mark denotes man overboard position. Only one MOB mark is displayed.
Each time the MOB mark is entered the previous MOB mark and its position data are
overwritten.
1. Press and hold the WPT/MOB key down to show the following message.
2. To set MOB position as destination, confirm that [Yes] is chosen and press the
ENT key. MOB mark (“M”) appears and a blue line is drawn between own boat
mark and the MOB mark. This line shows the shortest course to go to the MOB
position, and arrows on the line show the direction to the MOB position.
1-9
1. OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
Shortest course from own
boat to MOB position (blue)
MOB mark
(red)
N 34 08.500
0.20
95
N 34 08.375
E 135 09.750
E 135 10.000
Bearing from own boat to MOB position
Range from own boat to MOB position
1-10
2.
PLOTTER DISPLAY OVERVIEW
2.1
How to Select the Display Range
You can change the display range on the plotter and highway displays. The horizontal
range in the plotter display is available among 0.02, 0.05, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20,
40, 80, 160 and 320 nautical miles. The horizontal range in the highway display is
available among 0.2, 0.4, 0.8, 1, 2, 4, 8 and 16 nautical miles.
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key on the plotter or highway display.
The following window appears.
(Plotter display) (Highway display)
2. Press S or T to select range you want.
3. Press the ENT key.
2.2
How to Shift the Cursor
Use the cursorpad to shift the cursor. The cursor moves in the direction of the arrow
or diagonal.
Cursor state and position indication
The position indication, shown at bottom of the plotter display, changes according to
cursor state.
Cursor at rest
When the cursor is not shown, boat’s position in longitude and latitude or TDs (depending on the menu setting) appears at the bottom of the display.
COG
(course over ground)
SOG
(speed over ground)
COG line
20.0
350
Own boat
Own boat’s position
in latitude and longitude
2-1
2. PLOTTER DISPLAY OVERVIEW
Cursor state and position indication
Cursor position is displayed in latitude and longitude or TDs at the bottom of the plotter
display when the cursor is shown.
If there is no operation for about seven seconds, the cursor disappears.
COG line
Range from
own boat to cursor
Bearing from
own boat to cursor
2.3
Own boat’s mark
92
Cursor
Cursor position in
latitude and longitude
How to Shift the Display
The display can be shifted on the plotter display.
1. Press the cursorpad to show the cursor.
2. Press and hold down an arrow on the cursorpad.
When the cursor is placed at an edge of the screen, the display shifts in the direction opposite to cursorpad operation.
Centering own boat’s position
When own boat tracks off the plotter display, the own boat mark is automatically returned to the screen center. You can also return it manually by pressing and holding
the ENT key for more than three seconds.
2-2
2. PLOTTER DISPLAY OVERVIEW
2.4
How to Change Track Plotting Interval, Stop Recording
To trace the boat’s track, the boat’s position is stored into the memory at an interval of
distance or according to display range. For distance, a shorter interval provides better
reconstruction of the track, but the storage time of the track is shorten. When the track
memory becomes full, the oldest track is erased to make room for the latest. The current percentage of the memory used can be confirmed by choosing [Tracks] on the
menu.
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Tracks], and press the ENT key.
Percentage of the memory used
3. Confirm that the [Rec] is selected, and press the ENT key.
4. Select [Off], [Distance] or [Auto], and press the ENT key.
Off: Track is not recorded. This setting is useful when you do not need to record
track.
Distance: Track is recorded and plotted at the distance interval set.
Auto: Plotting and recording interval changes with display range selected.
5. For [Off] or [Auto], go to step 6. For [Distance], enter the recording interval as follows:
1) Press X.
2) Press ENT key.
3) Use the cursorpad to enter the interval, and press the ENT key.
For entering the numeric data, see page 1-9.
6. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to close the menu.
2-3
2. PLOTTER DISPLAY OVERVIEW
2.5
How to Change Track Color
You can select the color for the tracks among red, yellow, green, blue, purple, black
and brown. It is useful to change the color to distinguish tracks at different times of a
day, for example.
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Tracks], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Color], and press the ENT key.
4. Select the color to use for the track, and press the ENT key.
5. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to close the menu.
2.6
How to Erase Track
The tracks can be erased collectively or by color. The tracks cannot be restored once
erased, therefore be absolutely sure you want to erase the tracks.
2.6.1
How to erase track by color
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Tracks], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Delete], and press the ENT key.
4. Select [By Color], and press the ENT key.
5. Select the track color to erase, and press the ENT key.
The window shown below appears.
6. Press W to select [Yes], and press the ENT key.
The tracks with the color chosen at step 5 are erased.
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Note: To cancel, select [No] at this step.
7. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to close the menu.
2.6.2
How to erase all tracks
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Tracks], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Delete], and press the ENT key.
4. Select [All], and press the ENT key.
5. Press W to select [Yes], and press the ENT key to erase all tracks.
[Track Memory Used] on the Tracks menu shows “0%”.
6. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to close the menu.
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3.
WAYPOINTS
3.1
How to Enter Waypoints
In navigation terminology a waypoint is a particular location on a voyage, whether it
be a starting, intermediate or destination waypoint. Your unit can store 10,000 waypoints. Waypoints can be entered on the plotter display: at cursor position, at own
boat’s position, through the waypoints list and at the MOB position. Also, waypoints
can be entered automatically when your boat changes course prominently.
3.1.1
How to enter a waypoint with the cursor
1. Use the cursorpad to place the cursor on the location desired for a waypoint.
2. Press the ENT key to enter the waypoint mark (default shape: green solid circle).
This waypoint is named with the youngest unused waypoint number, and saved
to the waypoint list.
3.1.2
How to enter a waypoint at own boat position
Press the WPT/MOB key to enter the waypoint mark (default shape: green solid circle). This waypoint is named with the youngest unused waypoint number, and saved
to the waypoint list.
3.1.3
How to enter a waypoint through the list
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key to show the main menu.
2. Select [Waypoints], and press the ENT key.
3. Press the ENT key to show the waypoint list.
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4. Confirm that [New] is chosen, and press the ENT key.
The default name, Lat/Lon and Comment are as follows:
Name: The youngest unused waypoint number.
Lat, Lon: Current own boat position
Comment: Current date/time
5. To change the waypoint name, press the ENT key.
Cursor
6. Operate the cursorpad to change the waypoint name (max. 8 characters).
7. To change the mark shape, select [Symbol] and press the ENT key.
8. Select a mark desired, and press the ENT key.
9. To change the mark color, select [Color], and press the ENT key.
10. Select a color desired, and press the ENT key.
11. To change the position, do as follows:
1) Select [Lat], and press the ENT key.
2) Enter latitude, and press the ENT key.
3) Press T to select [Lon], and press the ENT key.
4) Enter longitude, and press the ENT key.
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12. To change the comment, select [Comment] and press the ENT key.
13. Enter the comment, and press the ENT key.
14. Press the MENU/ZOOM key to register the new waypoint into the list.
15. To register other waypoints, repeat steps 4 through 14.
16. Press the MENU/ZOOM key several times to close the menu.
3.1.4
How to enter waypoints automatically
Waypoints can be entered automatically when your course changes by a specified degree. This function is useful for reversely following the waypoints recorded on an outward voyage when you return home. To set the criteria for automatic entering of
waypoints, do the following:
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Plotter Setup], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Auto Waypoint Entry (COG)], and press the ENT key.
4. Select [On], and press the ENT key.
5. Press X to select the degree setting, and press the ENT key.
6. Enter the degree, and press the ENT key (setting range: 15 to 150°).
7. Press X to select the seconds setting, and press the ENT key.
8. Enter the seconds, and press the ENT key (setting range: 1 to 60 seconds).
9. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to close the menu.
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3.2
How to Display Waypoint Name
You can display waypoint names as follows:
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Plotter Setup], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [WP Name], and press the ENT key.
4. Select [Disp Goto], [Disp All] or [Disp Route], and press the ENT key.
Disp Goto: Displays only the destination waypoint name.
Disp All: Displays all waypoint names.
Disp Route: Displays all waypoint names in the route when it is set as destination.
5. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to close the menu.
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3.3
How to Edit Waypoints
Waypoint position, name, mark shape and comment can be edited on the plotter display or through the waypoint list.
Note: When the waypoint chosen is set as the destination, the message "Change The
Waypoint. Are you sure?" appears.
3.3.1
How to edit waypoints on the plotter display
1. Operate the cursorpad to place the cursor on the waypoint to edit.
2. Press the ENT key to show the pop-up window.
3. Select [Edit], and press the ENT key to show the waypoint information.
4. Edit the waypoint (see the paragraph 3.1.3).
5. Press the MENU/ZOOM key to return to the plotter display.
3.3.2
How to edit waypoints through the list
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Waypoints], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Alpha] or [Local], and press the ENT key.
Alpha: The list shows waypoints in alphabetical order.
Local: The list shows waypoints from the nearest to the furthest.
4. Select the waypoint to edit, and press the ENT key to show the pop-up window.
5. Select [Edit], and press the ENT key to show the waypoint information.
6. Edit the waypoint data (see the paragraph 3.1.3).
7. Press the MENU/ZOOM key several times to close the menu.
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3.4
How to Move Waypoints
You can move waypoints to any position on the plotter display.
1. Operate the cursorpad to place the cursor on the waypoint to move.
2. Press the ENT key to show the pop-up window.
3. Select [Move], and press the ENT key to show the waypoint information.
4. Operate the cursorpad to move the cursor to the new position.
5. Press the ENT key.
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3.5
How to Erase Waypoints
You can erase each or all waypoint(s).
Note: You cannot erase the waypoint used as the current destination. (See paragraphs paragraph 3.5.1, paragraph 3.5.2.)
3.5.1
How to erase a waypoint on the plotter display
1. Operate the cursorpad to place the cursor on the waypoint to erase.
2. Press the ENT key to show the pop-up window.
3. Select [Delete], and press the ENT key.
3.5.2
How to erase a waypoint through the waypoint list
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Waypoints], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Alpha] or [Local], and press the ENT key.
4. Select the waypoint to erase, and press the ENT key.
5. Select [Delete], and press the ENT key.
6. Press the MENU/ZOOM key several times to close the menu.
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3.5.3
How to erase all waypoints
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Delete], and press the ENT key.
3. Confirm that [All Waypoints] is chosen, and press the ENT key.
4. Select [Delete], and press the ENT key.
When no waypoint is set as destination
When a waypoint is set as destination
5. Select [Yes], and press the ENT key to erase all waypoints.
Note: To cancel, select [No].
6. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to close the menu.
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ROUTES
In many cases a trip from one place to another involves several course changes, requiring a series of 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.
4.1
How to Create Routes
You can store up to 100 routes, and a route can have 30 waypoints. A route is constructed with the waypoints you have entered.
Waypoint
(Intermediate point)
Waypoint
(Arrival point)
Waypoint
(Intermediate point)
Waypoint
(Starting point)
Waypoint
(Intermediate point)
Sample route
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Routes], and press the ENT key.
3. Press the ENT key to show the route list.
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4. Confirm that [New] is chosen, and press the ENT key to show the route information.
5. Press the ENT key to change the route name.
6. Operate the cursorpad to enter the route name, and press the ENT key (maximum: six characters).
7. Press T then ENT key.
->
8. Operate the cursorpad to enter the comment (maximum: 18 characters).
9. Press T to move the cursor to [1], and press the ENT key.
Change
Skip
Delete
10. Confirm that [Add] is chosen, and press the ENT key.
11. Select [Alpha] or [Local], and press the ENT key to show the waypoint list.
12. Select the waypoint to add to the route, and press the ENT key.
The chosen waypoint (as the starting point) is registered to [1].
13. Press T to select [2], and press the ENT key.
14. Repeat steps 10 through 13 to complete the route.
15. Press the MENU/ZOOM key several times to close the menu.
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4.2
How to Edit Routes
You can edit the route created.
Note: When the route chosen is set as route navigation, the message "Route is set as
a destination. Are you sure?" appears.
4.2.1
How to replace a waypoint in a route
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Routes], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Alpha] or [Local], and press the ENT key to show the route list.
4. Select the route to edit, and press the ENT key.
5. Select [Edit], and press the ENT key to show the route list.
6. Select the waypoint to replace, and press the ENT key.
Change
Skip
Delete
7. Select [Change], and press the ENT key.
8. Select [Alpha] or [Local], and press the ENT key to show the waypoint list.
9. Select the new waypoint, and press the ENT key.
10. Press the MENU/ZOOM key several times to close the menu.
4.2.2
How to delete a waypoint from a route
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Routes], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Alpha] or [Local], and press the ENT key to show the route list.
4. Select the route to edit, and press the ENT key.
5. Select [Edit], and press the ENT key to show the route information.
6. Select the waypoint to delete from the route, and press the ENT key.
7. Select [Delete], and press the ENT key.
8. Press the MENU/ZOOM key several times to close the menu.
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4.2.3
How to insert a waypoint in a route
To insert a waypoint in a route, do the following:
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Routes], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Alpha] or [Local], and press the ENT key to show the route list.
4. Select the route to edit, and press the ENT key.
5. Select [Edit], and press the ENT key to show the route list.
6. Select the waypoint which will come after the waypoint to be inserted, and press
the ENT key.
7. Select [Add], and press the ENT key.
8. Select [Alpha] or [Local], and press the ENT key to show the waypoint list.
9. Select the waypoint, and press the ENT key.
10. Press the MENU/ZOOM key several times to close the menu.
4.2.4
How to temporarily deselect a waypoint in a route
You can temporarily deselect an unnecessary waypoint from a route. Using the route
created in the illustration shown below as an example, deselect the second intermediate waypoint.
Intermediate point 2
(WPT 002)
KOBE
(Starting point)
Intermediate
point 1
(WPT 001)
OSAKA
(Arrival point)
Intermediate point 3
(WPT 003)
If you reconstruct the route without the second intermediate point it would look like the
illustration below.
WPT 002
SKIP "002"
OSAKA
WPT 001
KOBE
WPT 003
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Routes], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Alpha] or [Local], and press the ENT key to select the route list.
4. Select the route to edit, and press the ENT key.
5. Select [Edit], and press the ENT key to show the route information.
6. Select the waypoint to skip, and press the ENT key.
7. Select [Skip], and press the ENT key to show “X” next to the waypoint chosen at
step 6.
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8. Press the MENU/ZOOM key several times to close the menu.
Note: To restore waypoint to a route, select [Skip Off] at step 7, and press the ENT
key.
4.3
How to Erase a Route
You can erase routes individually or collectively.
4.3.1
How to erase a route through the route list
Note: The route used as route navigation can not be erased.
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Routes], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Alpha] or [Local], and press the ENT key to show the route list.
4. Select the route to erase, and press the ENT key.
5. Select [Delete], and press the ENT key to erase the route chosen at step 4.
6. Press the MENU/ZOOM key several times to close the menu.
4.3.2
How to erase all routes
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Delete], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [All Routes], and press the ENT key.
4. Select [Delete], and press the ENT key to show the following message.
Delete all routes.
Are you sure?
Yes
No
When no route is set as destination
Route is set as destination.
Are you sure to delete all routes?
Yes
No
When a route is set as destination
5. Select [Yes], and press the ENT key to erase all routes.
Note: To cancel, select [No].
6. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to close the menu.
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5.
DESTINATION
Destination can be set four ways: by cursor, by waypoint, by route and by MOB position. Previous destination is cancelled whenever a new destination is set. The setting
by MOB position is described in chapter 1. When setting a destination, a blue line is
shown between own boat and the destination selected. Also, the range and bearing
from own boat to the destination are shown at the left-hand side of the screen.
Destination waypoint
Range from own boat
to the destination
Destination waypoint name
WP0001
0.23
37
N 34 08.375
E 135 09.750
Bearing from own boat
to the destination
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N 34 08.500
E 135 10.000
Shortest course (blue)
How to Set Destination by Cursor Position
You can set a destination at the position with no waypoint. This destination is called
“Quick Point”.
1. On the plotter display, operate the cursorpad to place the cursor on the location
desired for destination.
2. Press the GO TO key to enter the waypoint as the quick point.
The quick waypoint is shown with a green solid circle, and named as "QP". This
point is saved in the waypoint list automatically.
3. Cancel the destination, referring to section 5.4, when arriving at the waypoint.
Note: The quick point set is erased when a new one is entered.
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5.2
How to Set Destination by Waypoint
You can set a waypoint as destination by using the cursor or the waypoints list.
5.2.1
How to set a destination waypoint with the cursor
1. On the plotter display, operate the cursorpad to place the cursor on the waypoint
which you want to set as the destination.
2. Press the ENT key.
WP0000
Goto
Move
Edit
Delete
3. Select [Goto], and press the ENT key.
4. Cancel the destination referring to section 5.4 when arriving at the waypoint.
5.2.2
How to set a destination waypoint through the list
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Waypoints], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Alpha] or [Local], and press the ENT key to show the waypoint list.
4. Select the waypoint to set as a destination, and press the ENT key.
5. Select [Goto], and press the ENT key to show the plotter display.
6. Cancel the destination referring to section 5.4 when arriving at the waypoint.
5.3
How to Set Route as Destination
You can set a route as destination through the list.
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Route], and press the ENT key.
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3. Select [Alpha] or [Local], and press the ENT key.
RT000
RT001
RT002
RT003
: WP000
: WP003
: WP001
: WP001
->WP0001
->WP0001
->WP0005
->WP0004
0.85
0.06
1.83
3.54
2
2
3
4
4. Select the route to set as a destination, and press the ENT key.
5. Select [Goto], and press the ENT key.
6. Select [Forward] or [Reverse].
Forward: Follows waypoints in order registered (1→2→3…)
Reverse: Follows waypoints in reverse order registered (30 (when maximum entered) →29→28…→1)
7. Press the ENT key to show the plotter display. The destination route is shown with
waypoints connected with legs.
8. Cancel the destination referring to section 5.4 when arriving at the waypoint.
How to change the following direction after you set a route as destination
After you start doing the route destination, you can change the following direction,
[Forward]→[Reverse] or vice versa. Place the cursor on a leg of the route, and press
the ENT key to show the following pop-up window. Select [Reverse] (or [Forward]).
Then, select [Yes] and press the ENT key.
RT0000
Cancel Route
Reverse
Route Info.
Note: If your boat has not yet arrived at the first waypoint in the route, the current route
destination is cancelled if you select [Reverse] (or [Forward]). Set the route destination
again.
5.4
How to Cancel Destination
You can cancel destination by using the cursor, or through the list.
5.4.1
How to cancel destination with the cursor
1. On the plotter display, operate the cursorpad to place the cursor on the waypoint
(route) set as the current destination.
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2. Press the ENT key.
QP0001
Move
Cancel Goto
Edit
Delete
WP0001
Move
Cancel Goto
Edit
Delete
(for waypoint destination) (for QP destination)
WP0001
Move
Skip
Cancel Route
Edit
RT0000
Cancel Route
Reverse
Route Info.
(for route navigation)
(for route leg)
3. Select [Cancel Goto (Route)], and press the ENT key.
Cancel Goto.
Are you sure?
Yes No
Cancel Route Navigation.
Are you sure?
Yes No
(for route navigation)
(for waypoint destination)
4. Chose [Yes], and press the ENT key.
To cancel, select [No].
5.4.2
How to cancel destination through the list
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Waypoints] (or [Routes]), and press the ENT key twice.
3. Select the waypoint (route) set as the current destination.
Destination mark
Waypoint used for
destination route
R
4. Press the ENT key.
Cancel Goto
Edit
Delete
Cancel Route
Edit
Delete
(for waypoint destination) (for route navigation)
5. Select [Cancel Goto (Route)], and press the ENT key.
Cancel Goto.
Are you sure?
Yes No
Cancel Route Navigation.
Are you sure?
Yes No
(for route navigation)
(for waypoint destination)
6. Select [Yes], and press the ENT key.
To cancel, select [No].
7. Press the MENU/ZOOM key several times to close the menu.
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ALARMS
6.1
Overview
There are nine alarm conditions which generate both audio and visual alarms: Arrival
alarm, Anchor watch alarm, XTE (Cross-Track Error) alarm, Speed alarm, Speed
Based Output alarm, WAAS alarm, Time alarm, Trip alarm and Odometer alarm.
When an alarm setting is violated, the buzzer sounds and the name of the offending
alarm and the alarm icon appear on the display (alarms other than Speed Based Output).
You can silence the buzzer and remove the alarm name indication by pressing any
key. The alarm icon remains on the screen until the reason for the alarm is cleared.
XTE ALARM!
Alarm icon (flashing)
Alarm message
To know which alarm has been violated, do the following procedure.
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Messages], and press the ENT key.
Example alarm message
The display shows the names of offending alarms. When there are no alarms, the
message "No Message! " appears.
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Message and meanings
Message
Meaning
XTE ALARM!
The boat is off its intended course by the range set.
TIME ALARM!
The time set has come.
SPEED ALARM!
The boat’s speed is higher than the range set.
ARRIVAL ALARM!
The boat is approaching the arrival area.
TRIP ALARM!
The boat has traveled further than the preset trip distance.
ODOMETER ALARM!
The boat has traveled the total distance set.
ANCHOR WATCH!
The boat has moved a certain distance (when it should be at rest).
NO WAAS SIGNAL!
WAAS signal cannot be found.
Note: The message screen also shows equipment trouble. See section 8.3.
6.2
Buzzer Type Selection
The buzzer sounds whenever an alarm setting is violated. You can select the type of
buzzer as follows:
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [Alarms], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Buzzer], and press the ENT key.
4. Select buzzer type, and press the ENT key.
Short: A short beep sounds.
Long: Three long beeps sound.
Continuous: Continuous long beeps sound until a key is pressed.
5. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to close the menu.
6.3
How to Set an Alarm
Set alarms as below:
Note: For the Anchor alarm, press the WPT/MOB key to enter the waypoint at own
boat’s position, and set it as destination referring to paragraph 5.2.1.
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
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2. Select [Alarms], and press the ENT key.
3. Select an alarm item, and press the ENT key.
4. Do one of the following:
(Arrival/Anchor)
1) Select [Arrival] or [Anchor], and press the ENT key.
2) Press X and ENT key.
3) Enter the alarm area, and press the ENT key.
(XTE, Speed, Trip and Odometer)
1) Select [On], and press the ENT key.
2) Press X and ENT key.
3) Enter the value, and press the ENT key.
(WAAS)
Select [On], and press the ENT key.
(Time)
1) Select [On], and press the ENT key.
2) Press X and ENT key in order.
3) Enter the time, and press the ENT key.
4) For 12-hour clock, press X and ENT key.
5) Select [AM] or [PM], and press the ENT key.
(Speed Based Output)
1) Select [On], and press the ENT key.
2) Press X and ENT key.
3) Enter the speed at which to close the contact signal, and press the ENT key.
4) Press T and ENT key.
5) Enter the speed to open the contact signal, and press the ENT key.
5. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to close the menu.
Note 1: To cancel an alarm, select [Off] at 1) on step 4.
Note 2: You can activate the arrival alarm or the anchor watch alarm; they cannot be
activated together.
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6.4
Alarm Descriptions
Arrival alarm
The arrival alarm informs you that own 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 activate if your boat enters the circle.
Alarm setting
Destination waypoint
Own boat’s
position
: Alarm released
How the arrival alarm works
Anchor watch alarm
The anchor watch alarm sounds to warn you that your boat is moving when it should
be at rest. Before setting the anchor watch alarm, set current position as destination
waypoint.
Alarm
setting
Own boat’s
position
Destination
waypoint
: Alarm released
How the anchor watch alarm works
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XTE (Cross-Track Error) alarm
The XTE alarm warns you when own boat is off its intended course.
Own boat’s
position
Alarm
setting
Destination
waypoint
: Alarm released
How the XTE alarm works
Speed alarm
The speed alarm alerts you when the boat’s speed is higher than the alarm range set.
WAAS alarm
This alarm alerts you when the WAAS signal is lost. Note that On cannot be chosen if
[Mode] in Menu>WAAS is set to GPS.
Time alarm
The time alarm works like an alarm clock, releasing audio and visual alarms when the
time entered has come.
Trip alarm
The trip alarm tells you when your boat has traveled further than the preset trip distance.
Odometer alarm
This alarm alerts you when your boat has traveled the total distance you set.
Speed Based Output
This alarm is for a boat that has a control system that applies the boat’s speed. The
contact signal is normal open. When your boat’s speed is faster than the [Close] setting, the contact signal is closed. When your boat’s speed is less than the [Open] setting, the contact signal is opened.
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OTHER FUNCTIONS
This chapter describes menu items not carried in other chapters.
7.1
Plotter Setup Menu
COG Line
You can show or hide the COG line on the plotter display.
COG/BRG ref.
Boat’s course and bearing to a waypoint are displayed in true or magnetic bearing.
Magnetic bearing is true bearing plus (or minus) earth’s magnetic variation. Select the
bearing reference in according to the compass installed: magnetic for magnetic compass, true for gyrocompass or satellite compass using true bearing.
Magnetic Variation
The location of the magnetic north pole is different from the geographical north pole.
This causes a difference between the true and magnetic north direction. The difference is called magnetic variation, and varies with respect to the observation point on
earth. Your unit is pre-programmed with all the earth’s magnetic variation. However,
you may wish to enter variation manually to refine accuracy using the latest chart. Set
[COG/BRG ref.] on the Plotter Setup menu to [Mag] to use magnetic variation.
To enter magnetic variation manually, do the following:
1) If necessary, change coordinate from east to west or vice versa.
2) Enter the value referring to a recent nautical chart.
3) Press the ENT key.
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TTG/ETA SPD
To calculate time to go and estimated time of arrival, enter your speed as below.
-Auto (GPS calculated speed)
1. Press X and ENT in order.
2. Enter the speed average (1 to 999 sec.) to use, and press the ENT key.
-Manual (Speed calculated manually)
1. Press X and ENT in order.
2. Enter speed (1 to 999 knot), and press the ENT key.
7.2
GPS Setup Menu
The GPS Setup menu smooths position and course, averages speed, applies position
offset, and deactivates unhealthy satellites.
Datum
Your unit is programmed to recognize 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 same datum which is used in your nautical charts. Select
WGS84 (default setting), WGS72 or Other (required the datum number entering).
Navigation
When you set a destination, the equipment displays the range, bearing and course to
that destination. Range and bearing are calculated by the Great Circle or Rhumb Line
method. Route total distance is also calculated. Cross-track error is only calculated in
the Rhumb Line method.
Rhumb line: This method calculates the range and bearing between two points drawn
on a nautical chart. Since the bearing is kept constant it is ideal for short-range navigation.
Great circle: This course line is the shortest course between two points on the surface
of the earth, like stretching a piece of string between two points on earth. Frequent
bearing changes are required to navigate by this method. For long-range navigation,
divide the Great Circle route into several routes, and navigate each route by Rhumb
Line.
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7. OTHER FUNCTIONS
Smooth Position
When the receiving condition is unfavorable, the GPS fix may change randomly, even
if the boat is dead in water. This change can be reduced by smoothing the raw GPS
fixes. The setting range is from 0 (no smoothing) to 999 seconds. The higher the setting the more smoothed the raw data, however too high a setting slows response time
to change in latitude and longitude. This is especially noticeable at high boat speeds.
“0” is the normal setting; increase the setting if the GPS fix changes randomly.
Smooth S/C (speed/course)
During position fixing, your boat’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. The setting range is
from 0 (no smoothing) to 9999 seconds.
Lat Offset, Lon Offset
If there is the error between the positions shown on your equipment and chart when
docking at a pier, you may apply an offset to latitude and longitude position. Mark own
boat’s position on the chart to calculate the error with latitude and longitude, and enter
the values.
Disable SV (satellite)
Every GPS satellite is broadcasting abnormal satellite number(s) in its Almanac,
which contains general orbital data about all GPS satellites. 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.
You can disable an inoperative satellite manually. Enter satellite numbers (max. three
satellites) in two digits.
SV ELV (satellite elevation)
Set the minimum elevation of satellites to use to fix position.
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7. OTHER FUNCTIONS
7.3
WAAS Menu
*
*Use “0” (as default setting).
Mode
You can select GPS or WAAS for the position fixing mode.
WAAS Search
For WAAS setting, the GEO satellite is searched automatically or manually. For GEO
satellite number, see page AP-3.
Auto: The system automatically searches for the optimum GEO satellite from your
current position. (All satellites are searched.)
Manual: Enter a GEO satellite number manually.
Correction Data Set
Use [0] as default setting.
7.4
Position Display Format
Position can be shown in latitude and longitude or TDs (Loran C). Loran C chain data
is programmed into the equipment.
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7. OTHER FUNCTIONS
Display
Select the position format.
• xx.xxx’: Shows L/L position with no seconds.
• xx’xx.x”: Displays L/L position with seconds.
• LC TD: Loran C TDs
Loran C
When choosing LC TD at Display, do the following:
1) Press the ENT key.
2) select the GRI code, and press the ENT key.
3) Press X and ENT key.
4) Select the pair of slave station, and press the ENT key.
UTD1, UTD2
Enter TD offsets to refine Loran C position accuracy.
7.5
System Menu
In the System menu, you can customize various display settings, for example, time
and date formats, etc.
Key Beep
This item turns the key beep on or off.
Units
The Units item lets you select the unit of measurement for range, speed and distance,
from the units shown below.
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7. OTHER FUNCTIONS
Time Offset
GPS uses UTC time. If you would rather use local time, enter the time difference
(range: -14:00 to +14:00, 15 minutes step) between it and UTC time.
Daylight Saving Time
For countries that use daylight savings time, select On to enable daylight savings time.
Time Display
You can display the time in 12 or 24 hour format.
Date Display
Select the date display, DD/MMM/YY or MM/DD/YY.
Demo
The demonstration display provides simulated operation of this unit. You may set the
speed manually and course manually or automatically. All controls are operative - you
may enter marks, set destination, etc.
• Mode: select [On]. The indication SIM appears at the top left-hand side to inform
you that the simulation mode in use. To cancel, select [Off].
• Speed: Enter the speed (two digits) to use for the demonstration mode.
• Course: Select Auto or Manual. For manual entry of course, enter course in three
digits. The Auto course tracks a circular course.
• Lat, Lon: Enter latitude and longitude of the position to start the demonstration.
Reset (Trip)
You can reset the trip meter to zero. Select [On] at [Trip] on System>Reset menu.
*
*
*
*: Items to be cleared (See section 8.5.)
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7. OTHER FUNCTIONS
7.6
User Display Menu
To customize user displays, which are [6] and [7] appeared when the DISP key is
pressed (see section 1.4), use the User Display menu.
DISP key is pressed
Item name on User Display menu
User display 1
Display [6]
Display 1
User display 2
Display [7]
Display 2
B
Note: You can show the User Display menu by pressing the ENT key more than three
seconds at the User display 1 (display [6]) and 2 ([7]).
Graphic
You can select the graphic type for the analog COG and speedometer displays from
two patterns (A and B) which have different character font and scale steps. Note that
the graphic selected here can affect minor changes to other displays.
Graphic: A
Graphic: B
40.0
40.0
COG display
N
E
40.0
N
E
40.0
Speedometer display
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7. OTHER FUNCTIONS
Display 1, Display 2
You can select items to show on the User display 1 (display [6]) and 2 ([7]), from
among digital data, speedometer and COG (see page 1-7). When choosing [Off] for
Display 2, for example, the display [7] is not shown.
Speedometer
For [Digital], you can display one to four items of digital navigation data on the user
display.
1. Press X and ENT key in order to show the following window.
2. Select the screen division, which is the number of data to display, and press the
ENT key.
The display now looks something like the one shown below, showing data choices
and screen division selected.
*
*: Depending on the selection at step 2.
A
A
B
A
B C
3. Select [A], [B], [C] or [D], and press the ENT key.
㪧㪸㪾㪼㩷㪈
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㪧㪸㪾㪼㩷㪉
ODO: Odometer distance
Trip: Trip distance
Time: Time
Date: Date
POSN: Position
Volts: Power voltage
SOG: Speed over ground
COG: Course over ground
RNG: Range
BRG: Bearing
XTE: Cross-track error
TTG: Time to go
(to destination)
ETA: Estimated time to
arrival (to destination)
WPT: Range and bearing
to waypoint
None: No display
7. OTHER FUNCTIONS
4. Select data desired, and press the ENT key.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to set other data.
You can select digital data also from the User display 1 (display [6]) and 2 ([7]) directly.
1. Press the DISP key several times to show User display 1 or 2 desired, and press
the ENT key to show the cursor.
Cursor (displayed approx. seven seconds)
Volts
(V) SOG
(kn)
23.9 15.8
100.0 300
Trip
(nm)
M( )
COG
2. Operate the cursorpad to select the column to select data, and press the ENT key.
㪧㪸㪾㪼㩷㪈
㪧㪸㪾㪼㩷㪉
ODO: Odometer distance
Trip: Trip distance
Time: Time
Date: Date
POSN: Position
Volts: Power voltage
SOG: Speed over ground
COG: Course over ground
RNG: Range
BRG: Bearing
XTE: Cross-track error
TTG: Time to go
(to destination)
ETA: Estimated time to
arrival (to destination)
WPT: Range and bearing
to waypoint
None: No display
3. Select the item to show, and press the ENT key.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for other displays if necessary.
Speedometer
When choosing [speedometer], you can select the range for the speedometer to
show on the User display 1 or 2.
㩿㫂㫅㪃㩷㫄㫇㪿㪀 㩿㫂㫄㪆㪿㪀
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7. OTHER FUNCTIONS
7.7
I/O Setup Menu
Waypoint and route data can be uploaded from your unit to a PC, or downloaded from
a PC to your unit.
There are two kinds of data for route data: route data and route comment data.
*
*
*
*
*: See chapter 9.
Note: No position fix is available during uploading or downloading.
Setting for communication software on PC
7-10
Baud Rate
38400 bps
Character Length
8 bit
Parity
None
Stop Bit
1 bit
Flow Control
XON/OFF
7. OTHER FUNCTIONS
Waypoint data format
$PFEC, GPwpl, llll.ll, a, yyyyy.yy, a, c—c, c, c—c, a, hhmmss, xx, xx, xxxx <CR><LF>
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
1: Waypoint latitude
2: N/S
3: Waypoint longitude
4: E/W
5: Waypoint name (1 to 8 characters)
6: Waypoint color
(NULL/0: black, 1: red, 2: yellow, 3: green, 4: brown, 5: purple, 6: blue)
7: Waypoint comment (”@_ (see below.)” + 0 to 13 characters)
-Internal mark code is 0x10 through 0x19. 0x71 through 0x7A are always
place at 2nd byte of mark code.
-Following characters can be used for comments:
_ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789&()+-/=?> (space)
0x10: @q, 0x11: @r, 0x12: @s:, 0x13:
@t, 0x14: @u,
0x15: @v, 0x16:
@w, 0x17: @x, 0x18: @y, 0x19:
8: Flag marking waypoint (A: displayed, V: Not displayed)
@z
9: UTC (Always NULL)
10: Day (Always NULL)
11: Month (Always NULL)
12: Year (Always NULL)
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7. OTHER FUNCTIONS
Route data format
$GPRTE, x.x, x.x, a, c--c, c--c, ... , c--c <CR><LF>
1
2 3 4
5
12
1: Number of sentences required for one
complete route data (1 to 6) See note.
2: Number of sentences currently used (1 to 6)
3: Message mode (Always set to “C”.)
4: Route No. (1 to 100)
5 to 12: Waypoint name (1 to 8 characters, length
of each waypoint name is fixed to 7 byte)
1st byte: “-” (hyphen)= skip ON,
“ ” (space)= skip OFF
After 2nd byte: Waypoint name
(1 to 8 characters)
Note: A route can contain max.30 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 route data has been divided.
Route comment data format
$PFEC, GPrtc, x, c--c, c--c <CR><LF>
1
2
3
1: Route No. (1 to 100)
2: Route comment (Max. 18 characters, variable length)
3: Route name (Max. 6 characters, variable length)
End of sentence
$PFEC, GPxfr, CTL, E <CR><LF>
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7. OTHER FUNCTIONS
7.7.1
Uploading data to a PC
1. Connect a PC to your GP-33, referring to the interconnection diagram at the back
of this manual.
2. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
3. Select[ I/O Setup], and press the ENT key.
4. Select [Save WPT/RTE -> PC], and press the ENT key.
5. Press W to select [Yes], and press the ENT key to start the uploading.
6. When the completion message appears, press any key to finish.
7.7.2
Downloading data from PC
Note that all waypoint and route data stored in the GP-33 will be deleted when data is
downloaded from PC.
1. Connect a PC to your GP-33, referring to the interconnection diagram at the back
of this manual.
2. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
3. Select [I/O Setup], and press the ENT key.
4. Select [Load WPT/RTE <- PC], and press the ENT key.
5. Press W to select [Yes], and press the ENT key to start the downloading.
6. After the completion message appears, press any key to finish.
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8.
MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
NOTICE
Do not apply paint, anti-corrosive
sealant or contact spray to plastic
parts or equipment coating.
Those items contain products that can
damage plastic parts and equipment
coating.
8.1
Maintenance
Regular maintenance is important to maintain performance. Check the following
points to help maintain performance.
• Check that connectors on the rear panel are firmly tightened and free of rust.
• Check that the ground system is free of rust and the ground wire is tightly fastened.
• Check that battery terminals are clean and free of rust.
• Dust or dirt may be removed from the cabinet with soft cloth. Water-diluted mild detergent may be used if desired. DO NOT use chemical cleaners to clean the display
unit; they may remove paint and markings.
• 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. Also, do not use degreaser or antifog solution, as they can strip the
coating from the LCD.
Life of LCD
The life of the LCD is approximately 50,000 hours. The actual number of hours depends on ambient temperature and humidity. When the brilliance cannot be raised sufficiently, ask your dealer about replacement.
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8. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
8.2
Troubleshooting
This section provides simple troubleshooting procedures which the user can follow to
restore normal operation. If you cannot restore normal operation, do not attempt to
check inside the unit. Any trouble should be referred to a qualified technician.
Symptom
You cannot turn on the power.
Remedy
Check that power cable is firmly fastened.
Check for damaged power cable and connector.
Check battery for proper voltage output.
No picture appears.
There is no response when a key
is pressed.
Press the
brilliance.
/BRILL key several times to adjust the
Turn off and on the power. If no change, ask your
dealer.
Position is not fixed within 90 sec- Check that antenna connector is firmly fastened.
onds.
Check the number of satellites on Satellite Monitor
display. If there are two or less, check for obstructions between antenna unit and satellites.
Position is wrong.
Check that the correct geodetic chart system is selected on the GPS Setting screen.
Enter position offset on the GPS Setting screen.
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Loran C TDs do not appear.
Check Loran C chain data on the Pos/TD Setup
screen.
Loran C TDs are wrong.
Enter TD offset on the Pos/TD Setup screen.
Bearing is wrong.
Check Magnetic Variation on the Plotter Setup
screen.
8. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
8.3
Displaying the Message Board
When an error occurs, a message and an alarm icon appear on the screen. The message board displays the error messages (see page 6-2) shown in table below.
Messages and meanings
Message
8.4
Meaning, remedy
GPS ERROR!
Request service.
GPS NO FIX!
No GPS signal. Check antenna cable.
RAM ERROR!
Request service.
ROM ERROR!
Request service.
BACKUP ERROR!
RAM data corrupted. Try to clear backup data.
Diagnostics
The diagnostic test checks the ROM, RAM, input data, GPS core, keyboard and LCD
performance. The user can do the tests to help the service technician in troubleshooting.
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the menu.
2. Select [System], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Self Test], and press the ENT key.
4. Select [System Test], and press the ENT key to start the test.
The results are individually displayed as OK or NG (No Good). If NG appears, try
the test again. If NG re-appears, contact your dealer for advice.
1
2
3
4
5
2051530-XX.XX
2051531-XX.XX
48502640-XX
2051532-XX.XX
Key test field
XX: Program version No.
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8. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING
No.
Test Items
Description
1
ROM, RAM test
Correct: “OK”, Wrong: “NG”
2
Data3 test
“-” (This test is used at factory only.)
3
GPS test
Correct: “OK”, Wrong: “NG”
4
Program version No.
The program version No. which is currently used appears.
5
CNT
Number of test repetition.
5. Press each key one by one.
The corresponded mark on the display turns red if the key is functioning properly.
6. Press the MENU/ZOOM key three times to close the test screen.
7. Select [LCD Test], and press the ENT key.
Each press of this key changes the LCD pattern in the sequence shown below.
Red→Green→Blue→Red (gradation)→Green (gradation)→Blue (gradation)→White→Black→White/Black (gradation)→return to System screen.
Note: To cancel the test, press the MENU/ZOOM key.
8. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to close the menu.
8.5
Clearing Data
You can clear GPS data, menu settings* and all backup data* to start afresh (*other
than Language, Units and TD).
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the menu.
2. Select [System], and press the ENT key.
3. Select [Reset], and press the ENT key.
4. Select [GPS], [Menu Settings] or [Factory Reset], and press the ENT key.
5. Select [On], and press the ENT key.
6. Press W to select [Yes], and press the ENT key.
[Menu Settings], [Factory Reset]: Go to Initial Setting screen. Select the language,
then press ENT and MENU/ZOOM key in order.
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9.
INSTALLATION
9.1
Equipment Lists
Standard Supply
Name
Type
Code No.
Qty
Remarks
Receiver unit
GP-33
-
1
Antenna Unit
GPA-017
-
1
w/10 m cable
Installation Materials
CP20-03300
-
1 set
-M12-05BM+05BF-060
-CP20-03310
Accessories
FP20-01200
-
1 set
See the packing list at the
back of this manual.
Optional Supply
Name
Type
Qty
Remarks
Junction Box
FI-5002
000-010-765
Cable Assy.
FRU-10BFFM02M
001-112-970-10
Right Angle Antenna
Base
NO.13-QA330
001-111-910-10
L-type Antenna Base NO.13-QA310
001-111-900-10
Handrail Antenna
Base
NO.13-RC5160
001-111-920-10
Mast Mounting Kit
CP20-01111
004-365-780
NMEA Connector
SS-050505-FMFTS001
000-168-603-10
CAN bus distributor, micro style
NC-050505FMFTS001
000-160-507-10
CAN bus distributor,
mini style
9.2
Installation of Receiver Unit
9.2.1
Installation consideration
For mounting the antenna unit, select one.(See
the installation procedure at the back of this
manual.)
The receiver unit can be installed on a desktop, underside of table or in a panel. Refer
to the outline drawings at the end of this manual for installation instructions. When selecting a mounting location, keep in mind the following points:
• Locate the unit away from exhaust pipes and vents.
• The mounting location should be well ventilated.
• Mount the unit where shock and vibration are minimal.
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9. INSTALLATION
• Locate the unit away from equipment which generates electromagnetic fields such
as a motor or generator.
• Allow sufficient maintenance space at the sides and rear of the unit and leave sufficient slack in cables, to facilitate maintenance and servicing.
• Observe compass safe distances noted on page ii to prevent interference to a magnetic compass.
• Locate the unit away from direct sunlight. An LCD may black out if it is exposed to
direct sunlight for a long time.
• The optimal viewing distance is 0.6 m. Select a suitable mounting location considering the distance.
9.2.2
Desktop and underside of table mount
1. Unscrew knobs to dismount the receiver unit from the hanger.
2. Prepare four pilot holes (for 5x20 self-tapping screws) at the mounting location.
3. Fix the hanger to the mounting location with four self-tapping screws (5x20, supplied).
4. Attach cables to the back of the receiver unit (see section 9.4).
5. Set the receiver unit to the hanger, and fasten knobs to fix it.
Receiver Unit
Self-tapping Screw
(5x20, 4 pcs.)
Knob
Hanger
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9. INSTALLATION
9.2.3
Flush mount
1. Using the template (supplied), cut out a hole in the mounting location.
2. Prepare four pilot holes (for 3x20 self-tapping screws) at the mounting location.
3. Unscrew knobs to dismount the receiver unit from the hanger.
This hanger can be discarded.
4. Remove the front panel from the receiver unit by unfastening the catches at the
rear of the panel by hands, in the order shown in the figure below.
5
1
2
6
7
3
4
8
5. Attach the mount cushion (sponge) to the hole made at step 1, or receiver unit.
6. Connect cables to the back of the receiver unit (see section 9.4).
7. Use four self-tapping screws (3x20, supplied) to fasten the receiver unit to the
mounting location, and re-attach the front panel.
Mounting
Hole
Mount cushion
(sponge)
Receiver
Unit
Self-tapping Screw
(3x20, 4 pcs.)
Front Panel
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9. INSTALLATION
Note: When removing the equipment from the flush mounted location, use the remover (supplied) to remove the panel as shown below.
2 Pull down
1 Insert
9.3
Installation of Antenna Unit
Install the antenna unit referring to the antenna installation diagram at the back of this
manual. When choosing a mounting location for the antenna unit, keep in mind the following points:
• Select a location out of the radar beam. The radar beam will obstruct or prevent reception of the GPS signal.
• The location should be well away from a VHF/UHF antenna. A GPS receiver is interfered by a harmonic wave of a VHF/UHF antenna.
• There should be no interfering object within the line-of-sight to the satellites. An object within line-of-sight to satellites, for example, a mast, may block reception or prolong acquisition time.
• Mount the antenna unit as high as possible to keep it free from interfering objects
and water spray. Freezing water can interrupt reception of the GPS satellite signal.
Note 1: Do not shorten the antenna cable.
Note 2: If the antenna cable is to be passed through a hole which is not large enough
to pass the connector, unfasten the connector with a needle nose pliers and 3/8-inch
open-end wrench. Refasten it as shown below, after running the cable through the
hole.
Spring washer
Gasket (reddish-brown)
Shield
Nut
Pin
Connector
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9. INSTALLATION
9.4
Wiring
When no CAN bus equipment is connected
When connecting no CAN bus equipment, use the red and black-colored cores of
M12-05BM+05BF-060 cable to connect to the 12-24 VDC switch board. (For other
cores, cut them and tape individually.)
Antenna Unit
GPA-017
Receiver Unit
GP-33
w/10 m cable
Ground
FRU-10BFFM-02M cable
(for NMEA 0183)
Navigator, PC,
External Alarm, etc.
M12-05BM+05BF-060 cable, 6 m
(Red: +, Black: -)
to switchboard
(12-24VDC)
9-5
9. INSTALLATION
Connection with the optional junction box FI-5002
Detailed information for the service technician about CAN bus wiring is in the document titled “Furuno CAN bus Network Design Guide (TIE-00170-*)” separately.
M12-05BM+05BF-060 (6 m)
Use CN2 to CN5.
Power cable (2m)
White
Side view
FI-5002 (option)
Black
12VDC
to switchboard
(12 VDC)
CN2
CN3 - CN5
BACKBONE
DROP
MC connector
Top view
Fix cable with
cable tie (supplied).
• Fabrication of M12-05BM+05BF-060 cable and MC connector
Drain wire
6 mm
How to fabricate cable
Fixing screw
MC connector
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
1. Twist wires.
2. Loosen fixing screw in plug.
3. Insert wire into hole.
4. Tighten fixing screw.
5. Pull wire to confirm the connection.
How to insert wire
9-6
Drain
Red
Black
White
Blue
9. INSTALLATION
Terminator
• When connecting to backbone cable
GP-33
MFD-BB/8/12
Backbone cable
Terminator
Terminator
Attach the following terminators to both ends of the backbone cable.
Name
Type
Code No.
Remarks
Terminator (male)
LTWMN-05AMMT-SL8001
000-160-508-10
Mini connector
Terminator (female)
LTWMN-05AFFT-SL8001
000-160-509-10
Mini connector
Terminator (male)
LTWMC-05BMMT-SL8001
000-168-604-10
Micro connector
Terminator (female)
LTWMC-05BFFT-SL8001
000-168-605-10
Micro connector
When connecting to the optional junction box FI-5002
There are two terminal resistors (R1 and R2) inside the FI-5002.
• No backbone cable is connected: Set both R1 and R2 to “ON”.
• Backbone cable is connected: Set a resister to “ON”.
• Two backbone cables are connected: Set both R1 and R2 to “OFF”.
Setting position
: ON
:
R2 R1
OFF
CN1
CN3 CN4 CN5 CN2
CN2
CN2
CN3
CN4
CN5
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9. INSTALLATION
9.5
Language Setting
When you first turn the power on after installation, you are asked the language to use
on the equipment. Press S or T to select the language, and press the ENT key.
9.6
Input/Output Data
This equipment inputs/outputs NMEA0183 or CAN bus data shown below. Note that
NMEA 0183 version (2.0 or 3.0) can be a selected from the I/O setup screen.
Data 1: CAN bus port (input)
PGN
Description
059904
ISO Request
060928
ISO Address Claim
061184 #4=0
Self Test Group Function
065286
Proprietary; Boot State Request
126208
Request Group Function
Command Group Function
9-8
126720 #4=1
Memory Clear Group Function
126720 #4=2
Reset Group Function
Remark
9. INSTALLATION
Data 1: CAN bus port (output)
PGN
Description
Output cycle
059392
ISO Acknowledgement
N/A
060928
ISO Address Claim
N/A
061184
Self Test Group Function
N/A
126208
NMEA-Acknowledge group function
N/A
126464
PGN List Transmit and Received PGNs
Group Function
N/A
126720-1
Memory Clear Group Function
N/A
126720-2
Reset Group Function
N/A
126992
System Time
1000
126996
Product Information
N/A
127258
Magnetic Variation
1000
129026
COG & SOG, Rapid Update
1000
129029
GNSS Position Data
1000
129033
Time & Date
1000
129044
Datum
10000
129283
Cross Track Error
1000
129284
Navigation Data
1000
129285
Navigation -Route/WP information
N/A
129538
GNSS Control Status
N/A
129539
GNSS DOPs
1000
129540
GNSS Sats in View
1000
130822
Unit Division Code
N/A
130823
Browser Control Status
N/A
9-9
9. INSTALLATION
Data 2/Data 3: NMEA Output Sentence
Format**
REM1
REM2
AAM*
ON
APB*
ON
BOD*
ON
BWC*
ON
ON
BWR*
ON
ON
DTM
ON
ON
GGA
ON
ON
GLL
ON
GPS
ON
ON
GSA
ON
GSV
ON
RMB*
ON
ON
RMC
ON
ON
VTG
ON
ON
XTE
ZDA
RTE
ON
ON
ON
ON
For PC only. (See Chapter 7.)
REM1/REM2: Radar, echo sounder, etc.
AP: Autopilot
*: Not output when no waypoint is set.
**: Talker; GP
9-10
AP
ON
ON
9. INSTALLATION
Output setting
1. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to show the main menu.
2. Select [I/O Setup], then press the ENT key.
3. Select [Data 2], [Data 3] or [NMEA0183 Version] depending on the equipment
connected.
4. Press the ENT key. One of the following screens appears depending on the item
selected at step 3.
㵰㪛㪸㫋㪸㪉㪆㪛㪸㫋㪸㪊㵱 㵰㪥㪤㪜㪘㪇㪈㪏㪊㩷㪭㪼㫉㫊㫀㫆㫅㵱
5. Press S or T to select the option.
REM1, 2: Output data to radar, echo sounder.
AP: Output data to an autopilot.
GPS: Output GPS data (used for the service)
2.0, 3.0: select the NMEA version of external equipment. If you are unsure of the
version number, try both and select the one which successfully outputs data.
6. Press the ENT key.
7. Press the MENU/ZOOM key twice to close the menu.
9-11
9. INSTALLATION
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APPENDIX 1 MENU TREE
MENU
ZOOM
Ship To Center (only when the plotter display is shown)
Tracks
Rec (Off, Distance, Auto; 0.00 to 9.99, 0.1 nm)
Color (Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Black, Brown)
Delete (All, By Color)
Track Memory Used (**%)
Waypoints
Alpha
Local
Routes
Alpha
Local
Plotter Setup
Auto Waypoint Entry (COG)
(Off, On: 15 to 150 , 1 to 60 s)
COG Line (Off, On)
COG/BRG ref. (True, Mag)
Magnetic Variation (Auto, Manual)
WP Name (Disp Goto, Disp All, Disp Route)
TTG/ETA SPD (Auto; 60s, Manual; 20 kn)
Alarms
Buzzer (Short, Long, Continuous)
Arrival/Anchor
(Off, Arrival, Anchor, 0.00 to 99.99 nm)
XTE (Off, On, 0.000 to 99.999 nm)
Speed (Off, On, 0.0 to 999.9 kn)
Speed Based Output (Off, On; 0.0 to 999.9 kn)
WAAS (Off, On)
Time (Off, On; 00:00 to 23:59)
Trip (Off, On; 0 to 99999 nm)
Odometer (Off, On; 0 to 99999 nm)
Messages (Alarm and error messages are shown when occurred.)
Delete
All Waypoints (Off, Delete)
All Routes (Off, Delete)
1
Bold: Default setting
AP-1
APPENDIX 1 MENU TREE
1
AP-2
GPS Setup
Datum (WGS84, WGS72, Other; 003 to 173)
Navigation (Rhumb Line, Great Circle)
Smooth Position (0 to 999 s, 0 s)
Smooth S/C (0 to 9999 s, 5 s)
Lat Offset (0.000 N/S to 9.999 N/S, 0.000’ N)
Lon Offset (0.000 E/W to 9.999 E/W, 0.000’E)
Disable SV
SV ELV (5 to 90 , 5 )
WAAS
Mode (WAAS, GPS)
WAAS Search (Auto, Manual; 120 to 138)
Correction Data Set (0 to 27, 99; 0)
I/O Setup
Data 2 (REM1, REM2, AP, GPS)
Data 3 (REM1, REM2, AP, GPS)
NMEA0183 Version (2.0, 3.0)
Save WPT/RTE -> PC
Load WPT/RTE <- PC
Wiring Info. NMEA 0183
Wiring Info. CAN bus Devices
User Display
Graphic (A, B)
Display 1 (Digital, Speedometer, COG, Off; 0-20, 0-40, 0-80)
Display 2 (Digital, Speedometer, COG, Off)
Pos/TD Setup
Display (xx.xxx', xx'xx.x", LC TD)
Loran C (4990: Central Pacific, 11-29)
TD1 (-99.9 to +99.9; +0.0)
TD2 (-99.9 to +99.9; +0.0)
System
Key Beep (Off, On)
Language (English, others)
Units (nm-kn, km-km/h, sm-mph)
Time Offset (-14:00 to +14:00; -8:00)
Daylight Saving Time (Off, On)
Time Display (12Hours, 24Hours)
Date Display (DD/MMM/YY, MM/DD/YY)
Demo
Mode (Off, On)
Speed (0 to 99 kn; 20 kn)
Course (Auto, Manual; 0 to 359 )
Lat (N/S; 38 00’N)
Lon (E/W; 123 00’W)
Self Test (System Test, LCD Test)
Reset
Trip (0.00 nm) (Off, On)
GPS (Off, On)
Menu Settings (Off, On)
Factory Reset (Off, On)
APPENDIX 2 WHAT IS WAAS?
WAAS, available in North America, is a provider in the worldwide SBAS (Satellite Based Augmentation System) navigation system. CBAS provides GPS signal corrections to SBAS users, for even
better position accuracy, typically better than three meters. There are three more SBAS providers,
MSAS (Multi-Functional Satellite Augmentation System) for Japan, EGNOS (Euro Geostationary
Navigation Overlay Service) for Europe and GAGAN (GPS And GEO Augmented Navigation) for
India. The illustration below shows the coverage area. (Accuracy may be affected when using a
GEO satellite not within your current location.) This manual uses “WAAS” for these three providers
generically.
EGNOS
WAAS
MSAS
GAGAN
Provider
WAAS
EGNOS
MSAS
GAGAN
Satellite type
Longitude
Satellite No.
Intelsat Galaxy XV
133°W
135
TeleSat Anik F1R
107.3°W
138
Inmarsat-4-F3
98°W
133
Inmarsat-3-F2/AOR-E
15.5°W
120
Artemis
21.5°E
124
Inmarsat-4-F2
25°E
126
MTSAT-1R
140°E
129
MTSAT-2
145°E
137
Inmarsat-4-F1
64°E
127
AP-3
APPENDIX 3 LIST OF TERMS
The following table shows the terms used in GP-33.
Terms/Symbols
㪃
“M”
+
%
2D
3D
W2D
W3D
AP
APR
AUG
Auto
Brill
BRG
Cmnt
COG
DD
DEC
Demo, SIM
Disp
DOP
E
ELV
ENT
ETA
FEB
G
GPS
I/O
HDOP
Meaning
Waypoints
Terms/Symbols
Lat
Latitude
Own Boat
Lon
Longitude
Man Overboard
LC
Loran-C
Shortest course to the
destination
Cursor
Percentage
2D GPS position fix
3D GPS position fix
2D WAAS position fix
3D WAAS posiiton fix
Autopilot
M, Mag
Magnetic
MAR
MAY
MM (MMM)
mph
N
nm
NMEA
March
May
Month
mile per hour
North
Nautical Mile
National Marine Electronics
Association
November
October
Odometer
Position Dilution Of Precision
Position
Reference
Quick Point
Remote
Range
Route
South
seconds
Speed/Course
September
Statute Mile
Speed Over Ground
Speed
True
Time Difference
Time To Go
Voltage
JAN
JUL
April
August
Automatic
Brilliance
Bearing
Comment
Course Over Ground
Day
December
Demonstration Mode
Display
Dilution Of Precision
East
Elevation
Enter
Estimated Time of Arrival
February
Go to
Global Positioning System
Input/Output
Horizontal Dilution Of
Precision
January
July
W
WAAS
JUN
km
kn
June
kilometer
knot
WPT, WP
XTE
YY
AP-4
NOV
OCT
Odo
PDOP
Pos
ref.
QP
REM
RNG
RTE, RT
S
s
S/C
SEP
sm
SOG
SPD
T
TD
TTG
Volt
Meaning
West
Wide Area Augmentation
System
Waypoint
Cross Track Error
Year
APPENDIX 4 GEODETIC CHART LIST
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WGS84
WGS72
TOKYO
NORTH AMERICAN 1927
EUROPEAN 1950
AUSTRALIAN GEODETIC 1984
ADINDAN
ADINDAN
ADINDAN
ADINDAN
ADINDAN
AFG
AIN EL ABD 1970
ANNA 1 ASTRO 1965
ARC 1950
ARC 1950
ARC 1950
ARC 1950
ARC 1950
ARC 1950
ARC 1950
ARC 1950
ARC 1960
ARC 1960
ARC 1960
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
CAMPO INCHAUSPE
CANTON IS. 1966
CAPE
CAPE CANAVERAL
CARTHAGE
CHATHAM 1971
CHUA ASTRO
CORREGO ALEGRE
DJAKARTA (BATAVIA)
DOS 1968
EASTER IS. 1967
EUROPEAN 1950 (Cont’d)
EUROPEAN 1950 (Cont’d)
EUROPEAN 1950 (Cont’d)
EUROPEAN 1950 (Cont’d)
EUROPEAN 1950 (Cont’d)
EUROPEAN 1950 (Cont’d)
EUROPEAN 1950 (Cont’d)
EUROPEAN 1950 (Cont’d)
EUROPEAN 1950 (Cont’d)
EUROPEAN 1950 (Cont’d)
EUROPEAN 1950 (Cont’d)
EUROPEAN 1979
GANDAJIKA BASE
GEODETIC DATUM 1949
GUAM 1963
GUX 1 ASTRO
HJORSEY 1955
HONG KONG 1963
INDIAN
INDIAN
IRELAND 1965
ISTS 073 ASTRO 1969
JOHNSTON IS. 1961
KANDAWALA
KERGUELEN IS.
KERTAU 1948
LA REUNION
L. C. 5 ASTRO
LIBERIA 1964
LUZON
LUZON
MAHE 1971
MARCO ASTRO
MASSAWA
MERCHICH
MIDWAY ASTRO 1961
MINNA
NAHRWAN
NAHRWAN
NAHRWAN
NAMIBIA
MAPARIMA, BWI
NORTH AMERICAN 1927
NORTH AMERICAN 1927
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Mean Value (Japan, Korea & Okinawa)
Mean Value (CONUS)
Mean Value
Australia & Tasmania
Mean Value (Ethiopia & Sudan)
Ethiopia
Mali
Senegal
Sudan
Somalia
Bahrain Is.
Cocos Is.
Mean Value
Botswana
Lesotho
Malawi
Swaziland
Zaire
Zambia
Zimbabwe
Mean Value (Kenya & Tanzania)
Kenya
Tanzania
Ascension Is.
Iwo Jima Is.
Tern Is.
St. Helena Is.
Marcus Is.
Australia & Tasmania
Efate & Erromango Is.
Bermuda Is.
Columbia
Argentina
Phoenix Is.
South Africa
Mean Value (Florida & Bahama Is.)
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 Is.
England, Ireland, Scotland & Shetland Is.
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. (Oman)
United Arab Emirates
Saudi Arabia
Namibia
Trinidad & Tobago
Western United States
Eastern United States
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: Alaska
NORTH AMERICAN 1927
NORTH AMERICAN 1927
: Bahamas (excl. San Salvador Is.)
NORTH AMERICAN 1927
: Bahamas, San Salvador Is.
NORTH AMERICAN 1927 (Cont’d) : Canada (incl. Newfoundland Is.)
NORTH AMERICAN 1927 (Cont’d) : Alberta & British Columbia
NORTH AMERICAN 1927 (Cont’d) : East Canada
NORTH AMERICAN 1927 (Cont’d) : Manitoba & Ontario
NORTH AMERICAN 1927 (Cont’d) : Northwest Territories & Saskatchewan
NORTH AMERICAN 1927 (Cont’d) : Yukon
NORTH AMERICAN 1927 (Cont’d) : Canal Zone
NORTH AMERICAN 1927 (Cont’d) : Caribbean
NORTH AMERICAN 1927 (Cont’d) : Central America
NORTH AMERICAN 1927 (Cont’d) : Cuba
NORTH AMERICAN 1927 (Cont’d) : Greenland
NORTH AMERICAN 1927 (Cont’d) : Mexico
NORTH AMERICAN 1983
: Alaska
NORTH AMERICAN 1983
: Canada
NORTH AMERICAN 1983
: CONUS
NORTH AMERICAN 1983
: Mexico, Central America
OBSERVATORIO 1966
: Corvo & Flores Is. (Azores)
OLD EGYPTIAN 1930
: Egypt
OLD HAWAIIAN
: Mean Value
OLD HAWAIIAN
: Hawaii
OLD HAWAIIAN
: Kauai
OLD HAWAIIAN
: Maui
OLD HAWAIIAN
: Oahu
OMAN
: Oman
ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GREAT BRITAIN 1936: Mean Value
ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GREAT BRITAIN 1936: England
ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GREAT BRITAIN 1936: England, Isle
of Man & Wales
ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GREAT BRITAIN 1936: Scotland &
Shetland Is.
ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GREAT BRITAIN 1936 : Wales
PICO DE LAS NIVIES
: Canary Is.
PITCAIRN ASTRO 1967
: Pitcairn Is.
PROVISIONAL SOUTH CHILEAN 1963: South Chile (near 53°S)
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956: Mean Value
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956: Bolivia
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956: Chile-Northern Chile
(near 19°S)
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956: Chile-Southern Chile
(near 43°S)
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956: Columbia
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956: Ecuador
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956: Guyana
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956: Peru
PROVISIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN 1956: Venezuela
PUERTO RICO
: Puerto Rico & Virgin Is.
QATAR NATIONAL
: Qatar
QORNOQ
: South Greenland
ROME 1940
: Sardinia Is.
SANTA BRAZ
: Sao Miguel, Santa Maria Is. (Azores)
SANTO (DOS)
: Espirito Santo Is.
SAPPER HILL 1943
: East Falkland Is.
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969
: Mean Value
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969
: Argentina
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969
: Bolivia
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969
: Brazil
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969
: Chile
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969
: Columbia
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969
: Ecuador
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969
: Guyana
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969
: Paraguay
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969
: Peru
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969
: Trinidad & Tobago
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969
: Venezuela
SOUTH ASIA
: Singapore
SOUTHEAST BASE
: Porto Santo & Madeira Is.
SOUTHWEST BASE
: Faial, Graciosa, Pico, Sao Jorge & Terceria Is.
TIMBALAI 1948
: Brunei & East Malaysia (Sarawak & Sabah)
TOKYO
: Japan
TOKYO
: Korea
TOKYO
: Okinawa
TRISTAN ASTRO 1968
: Tristan da Cunha
VITI LEVU 1916
: Viti Levu Is. (Fiji Is.)
WAKE-ENIWETOK 1960
: Marshall Is.
ZANDERIJ
: Surinam
BUKIT RIMPAH
: Bangka & Belitung Is. (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
: Sweden
PULKOVO 1942
: Russia
FINNISH KKJ
: Finland
AP-5
APPENDIX 4 GEODETIC CHART LIST
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AP-6
FURUNO
GP-33
SPECIFICATIONS OF GPS NAVIGATOR
GP-33
1
GENERAL
1.1
Display system
4.3-inch color LCD
1.2
Effective area
95.04 x 53.85 mm, 480 x 272 dots (WQVGA)
1.3
Projection
Mercator
1.4
Display mode
Plotter, Steering, Highway, NAV data, Destination, User display
1.5
Memory capacity
Track: 3,000 pts, Waypoint: 10,000 pts w/ comment (13 character)
1.6
Storage capacity
100 routes w/ 30 waypoint each
1.7
Alarms
Arrival and anchor watch, Cross track error, Odometer alarm,
Ship’s speed, Timer, Trip, WAAS, Voltage
1.8
Display scale
Plotter display
0.02/0.05/0.1/0.2/0.5/1/2/5/10/20/40/80/160/320 NM
Highway display
0.2/0.4/0.8/1/02/4/8/16 NM
2
GPS RECEIVER
2.1
Receiving channels
GPS
12 channels parallel, 12 satellites tracking
WAAS
2 channel
2.2
Rx frequency
1575.42 MHz
2.3
Rx code
C/A code, WAAS
2.4
Position fixing system
All in view, 8-state Kalman filter
2.5
Position accuracy
GPS
10 m (95% of the time, 2drms)
WAAS
3 m (95% of the time, 2drms)
2.6
Tracking velocity
999.9 kn
2.7
Position fixing time
Within 90 s (cold start)
2.8
Position update interval 1 s
3
INTERFACE
3.1
Number of port
CAN bus: 1 port, NMEA0183: 2 ports
3.2
Serial output
NMEA0183 Ver2.0/3.0 (current loop and RS-232C)
Data sentences
AAM,APB,BOD,BWC,BWR,DTM,GGA,GLL,GSV,RMB,RMC,RTE,
VTG,XTE,ZDA
3.3
CAN bus PGN (NMEA2000)
Input data
059904, 060928, 061184, 065286, 126208/720
Output data
059392, 060928, 061184, 126208/464/720/992/996, 127258,
129026/029/033/044/283/284/285/538/539/540, 130822/823
3.4
Contact signal
Event switch (MOB input), Speed alarm (output)
SP - 1
E4458S01B-M
FURUNO
4
GP-33
POWER SUPPLY
15 VDC: LEN 7 (CAN bus)
12-24 VDC: 0.24-0.12 A (Non CAN bus)
5
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION
5.1
Ambient temperature
Antenna unit
-25°C to +70°C
Receiver unit
-15°C to +55°C
5.2
Relative humidity
93% at 40°C
5.3
Degree of protection
IP56
5.4
Vibration
IEC 60945
6
UNIT COLOR
6.1
Antenna unit
N9.5
6.2
Receiver unit
N2.5
SP - 2
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S-1
INDEX
A
Alarm icon ................................................. 6-1
Alarm message ......................................... 6-1
alphanumeric data..................................... 1-9
Anchor watch alarm .................................. 6-4
Arrival alarm .............................................. 6-4
B
buzzer ....................................................... 6-2
Buzzer type ............................................... 6-2
C
CAN bus..................................... 9-5, 9-8, 9-9
Centering own boat’s position ................... 2-2
COG Line .................................................. 7-1
COG/BRG ref. ........................................... 7-1
Comment................................................... 3-2
Correction Data Set................................... 7-4
Cursorpad ................................................. 1-1
D
Date Display.............................................. 7-6
Datum........................................................ 7-2
Daylight Saving Time ................................ 7-6
Delete a waypoint from a route ................. 4-3
Demo......................................................... 7-6
diagnostic test ........................................... 8-3
Disable SV (satellite)................................. 7-3
DISP key ................................................... 1-1
Display ...................................................... 7-5
DOP .......................................................... 1-2
Downloading data from PC ..................... 7-13
E
Edit waypoints on the plotter display......... 3-5
Edit waypoints through the list .................. 3-5
End of sentence ...................................... 7-12
ENT key .................................................... 1-1
Enter a waypoint at own boat position ...... 3-1
Enter a waypoint through the list............... 3-1
Enter a waypoint with the cursor ............... 3-1
Enter waypoints automatically................... 3-3
Erase a route through the route list........... 4-5
Erase a waypoint on the plotter display .... 3-7
Erase a waypoint through the waypoint list3-7
Erase all routes ......................................... 4-5
Erase all waypoints ................................... 3-8
G
GO TO key ................................................ 1-1
Graphic...................................................... 7-7
Great circle................................................ 7-2
H
Hard cover................................................. 1-2
Highway Display........................................ 1-5
I
Insert a waypoint in a route ....................... 4-4
J
junction box ............................................... 9-6
K
Key Beep................................................... 7-5
L
Lat Offset................................................... 7-3
LCD brilliance............................................ 1-3
Life of LCD ................................................ 8-1
Lon Offset.................................................. 7-3
Loran C ..................................................... 7-5
M
Magnetic Variation .................................... 7-1
MENU/ZOOM key ..................................... 1-1
MOB mark ................................................. 1-9
Mode ......................................................... 7-4
N
Nav Data Display ...................................... 1-6
Navigation ................................................. 7-2
NMEA............................................. 9-10, 9-11
O
Odometer alarm ........................................ 6-5
P
Panel brilliance.......................................... 1-3
Plotter Display ........................................... 1-4
R
Replace a waypoint in a route................... 4-3
Reset (Trip) ............................................... 7-6
Rhumb line ................................................ 7-2
Route comment data format.................... 7-12
Route data format ................................... 7-12
S
Satellite Monitor Display............................ 1-7
Set destination by cursor position ............. 5-1
Set destination by waypoint ...................... 5-2
Set route as destination ............................ 5-2
Smooth Position ........................................ 7-3
Smooth S/C (speed/course)...................... 7-3
Speed alarm.............................................. 6-5
Speed Based Output................................. 6-5
Speedometer............................................. 7-9
Steering Display ........................................ 1-6
SV ELV (satellite elevator) ........................ 7-3
T
Temporarily deselect a waypoint in a route4-4
Terminator................................................. 9-7
Time alarm ................................................ 6-5
Time Display ............................................. 7-6
IN-1
INDEX
Time Offset ................................................7-6
Track Color ................................................2-4
Track Memory Used...................................2-3
Trip alarm ...................................................6-5
TTG/ETA SPD ...........................................7-2
U
Units ...........................................................7-5
Uploading data to a PC ............................7-13
User Display...............................................1-7
W
WAAS alarm ..............................................6-5
WAAS Search ............................................7-4
Waypoint data format ...............................7-11
Waypoint Name .........................................3-4
WPT/MOB key ...........................................1-1
X
XTE (Cross Track Error) alarm ..................6-5
IN-2
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