360 Imaging® 360 Imaging®

360 Imaging® 360 Imaging®
360 Imaging®
Operations Manual
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Table of Contents
Introduction
1
Important Information
1
360 Imaging Sonar
2
How 360 Imaging Works
3
How GPS Works
5
How the Heading Sensor Works
6
Power on and Confirm Connections
7
Set up the Network and 360 Imaging Alarms
9
1. Select 360 Imaging on the Network. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2. Select Beams and Temperature Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3. Set the Deployment Depth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4. Set the 360 Retract Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
5. Set the Deployment Alert Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Start/Stop 360 Imaging Operation
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Trolling Motor Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Start Pinging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Stop Pinging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Transducer Deployment System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Deploy the Transducer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Retract the Transducer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Adjust the Deployment Depth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
What’s on the 360 Imaging Display
24
Views
26
360 View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
360/Sonar Combo View (800, 900, and 1100 Series only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
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360/Chart Combo View (800, 900, and 1100 Series only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Side Imaging View. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Down Imaging View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Change the 360 View Display Settings
36
Enhance the View
38
Zoom In/Out
40
Change the Sweep Speed and Range
42
Isolate a Section of the Sweep
43
Activate Quick Sweep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Isolate the Sweep Area. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Select a Preset Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Mark and Display Waypoints (GPS Receiver/Heading Sensor Required)
47
Use the GPS Receiver/Heading Sensor with Chart Views
49
Change the Chart Orientation
51
Update the Software
52
Power Off
54
Contact Humminbird
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Introduction
We encourage you to read this manual carefully in order to understand
360 Imaging and how to use this Humminbird advanced accessory on the water.
Some of the equipment requirements and menu options depend on the type of
mount you have installed. Whether you have a Transducer Deployment System or a
Trolling Motor Mount, every effort has been made to clearly identify those features
throughout this manual.
Important Information
Before you use the 360 Imaging transducer on the water, it is important to
understand the following:
L
SPEED
The 360 Imaging transducer pod can be used in the water at 0 to 7 mph. The
transducer pod should NOT be in the water during high speed travel.
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OBSTRUCTIONS
Be aware of obstructions in the water that could damage the transducer pod.
Also be aware of bridges or anything above the boat that could damage the
Transducer Deployment System.
L
MAINTAINING POWER
The Transducer Deployment System must stay powered ON while the boat is
underway to keep the pod retracted and fully stowed.
L
POWERING OFF
When the boat is at dock or in storage, the 360 Imaging transducer should be
turned off to prevent draining the battery. See Power Off for more information.
L
POD COVER
The pod cover must be installed on the Transducer Deployment System for
trailering and storage. See Power Off for more information.
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SETTING UP THE CONTROL HEAD
The control head must be set up correctly to add the 360 Imaging features to the
Menu System and View Rotation. See Set up the Network and 360 Imaging
Alarms.
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Introduction
360 Imaging Sonar
The 360 Imaging transducer scans the water with razor-thin, rotating beams. These
455 kHz, high-definition beams sweep a very wide area of water around and below
your boat. The beams are wide from side to side but very thin from front to back.
The 360 Imaging rotating beams can also be set to provide Side Imaging and Down
Imaging views on the screen. See Set up the Network and 360 Imaging Alarms
and Views for more information.
360 Imaging
90°
90°
455kHz
455kHz
360 Degree Total Coverage
NOTE: The transducer’s performance is affected by such factors as boat speed, wave
action, bottom hardness, water conditions, and installation.
Introduction
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How 360 Imaging Works
The 360 Imaging Transducer Deployment System deploys the transducer pod into
the water, past the hull, prop, and other obstructions. The beams sweep to provide
an unobstructed, 360° view of the area around and below your boat. If you have the
Trolling Motor 360 Imaging, the transducer pod deploys into the water with the
trolling motor.
As it sweeps, the 360 Imaging transducer scans the water with its razor-thin, highdefinition beams. Visualize the 360 Imaging beams as a thin sonar wall extending
150 feet to either side of your boat. This wall rotates to create a 300-foot circle.
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Introduction
360 View
A
B
B
A Sweep Line
Sonar Returns B
The sweep line on the 360 Imaging display reveals detailed sonar returns in real
time. The historical returns remain on the display until the beams sweep again. You
can use the light and dark parts of the display to interpret the objects under your
boat as follows:
• Dark shades represent soft returns (mud, sand) or descending terrain.
• Light shades represent denser terrain (timber, rocks) or rising terrain. A very
hard bottom may appear as white on the display.
• White Streaks or Clouds may represent fish on the display.
• Shadows: An object that is standing on the bottom will appear as a clearly
defined bright shape with an adjacent dark sonar “shadow.” The longer the
shadow, the taller the object. Fish may also cast shadows. You can use the
shadow to interpret where the fish or object is located in relation to the
bottom.
Introduction
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How GPS Works
Your Humminbird uses GPS to determine your position
and display it on a grid or chart.
GPS uses a constellation of satellites that continually
send radio signals to the earth. The GPS receiver on
your boat receives signals from satellites that are
visible to it. Based on time differences between each
received signal, the GPS receiver determines its
distance to each satellite. With distances known, the
GPS receiver mathematically triangulates its own
position. With 5 updates per second, the GPS receiver
then calculates its velocity and bearing.
GPS was originally intended for military use; however, civilians may also take
advantage of its highly accurate position capabilities, typically within +/–2.5
meters, depending on your conditions and your Humminbird model. This means that
95% of the time, the GPS receiver will read a location within
+/–2.5 meters of your actual position.
Your GPS receiver also uses information from WAAS (the Wide Area Augmentation
System), EGNOS (the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service), and
MSAS (the MTSAT Satellite Augmentation System) satellites if they are available in
your area.
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Introduction
How the Heading Sensor Works
The magnetic compass is one of the first known
instruments for navigation. It relies on the earth’s
magnetic field to align a magnetic pointer towards
North, also known as Magnetic North.
With the GPS Receiver/Heading sensor installed, the
control head will display the heading from the internal
compass in digital format. The Heading is the direction
the boat is pointing, where 000° is North, 090° is East,
180° is South, and 270° is West.
Due to wind and waves, the boat is often traveling in a slightly different direction
than its heading. The direction of travel, or Course Over Ground, is provided by the
GPS receiver. You can use the compass Heading with the GPS Course Over Ground
and Bearing to navigate a route.
A compass’ Magnetic North is affected by the local variations in the earth’s
magnetic field around the globe. Nautical charts will often provide the magnetic
declination, or magnetic variation, for a local area so that you can confirm that
Magnetic North matches True North. If you have trailered the boat to a new
location, the compass’ operation may also be affected by a different magnetic zone.
The Humminbird control head compensates for magnetic declination and also
allows you to make additional adjustments from the Menu System.
Introduction
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Power on and Confirm Connections
All equipment should be connected and powered before you turn on the control
head.
CAUTION! It is important to finish all installation connections before
powering on the control head. It may take up to a minute for the
360 Imaging transducer and other attached equipment to be detected by the
control head.
1. Turn on the power source from the main switch.
2. On the control head, press the
POWER/LIGHT key. If you are powering
on a control head in a multiple-control head Ethernet network, power on
the control head that is connected to the 360 Imaging transducer first.
3. When the Title screen is displayed, press the MENU key to open the
Start-Up Options Menu.
4. Use the 4-WAY Cursor Control key to choose Normal, and press the RIGHT
Cursor key to select it.
5. Press and hold the VIEW key. Select System > Accessory Test. Confirm that
360 Imaging and GPS + Heading Sensor are listed as Connected. It will
take a minute for the equipment to be detected.
6. Press and hold the VIEW key. Select System > GPS Diagnostic View. Confirm
that External GPS is displayed and the Fix Type indicates Enhanced or 3D.
NOTE: If the GPS Diagnostic View or Accessory Test is not displayed in the
View Rotation, press the MENU key twice to open the Main Menu. Select the
Views tab > GPS Diagnostic View or Accessory Test. Change the setting for
each view to Visible.
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Power on and Confirm Connections
Accessory Test
360 Imaging
listed as
Connected
GPS &
Heading
Sensor listed
as Connected
GPS Diagnostic View
Fix Type
should be 3D
or Enhanced
External GPS Detected
Power on and Confirm Connections
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Set up the Network and 360 Imaging Alarms
This section will guide you through the following control head setup instructions.
Transducer Deployment System and Trolling Motor Mount:
• Selecting 360 Imaging on the network
• Selecting the beams and temperature sources for the 2D Sonar Views,
Side Imaging Views, and Down Imaging Views
Transducer Deployment System only:
• Setting the Deployment Depth
• Setting the Retract Alarm
• Setting the Deployment Speed Alert
If you have selected the 360 Imaging transducer on the network and set the
Deployment Depth during the installation, the other settings in this section are
optional. The depth source, temperature source, and alarms will be selected
automatically based on the other connected equipment. Use this section to
confirm installation settings or to change the sources and alarms to your
preference. The settings will be saved after you power off the control head.
Opening the Network Source Setup Dialog Box
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Set up the Control Head
Selecting the 360 Imaging Transducer
Press the
RIGHT or
LEFT Cursor
keys to
select a tab.
Use the 4-WAY
Cursor Control
key to choose the
transducer, and
press the RIGHT
Cursor key or the
CHECK/INFO key
to select it.
1. Select 360 Imaging on the Network
When you select the 360 Imaging transducer on the network, the related views and
menus will be added to the Fishing System.
1. Main Menu: Press the MENU key twice. Use the 4-WAY Cursor Control key
to select the menu options and settings in the following instructions.
NOTE: If a System View is displayed on the screen, you will only need to press the
MENU key once to open the Main Menu.
2. Network Source Setup Dialog Box: Select the Network tab > Network
Source Setup. Press the RIGHT Cursor key.
3. Select the 360 tab from the Network Source Setup dialog box.
4. Select AS 360 from the transducer list. Press the RIGHT Cursor key or the
CHECK/INFO key. A checkmark will display in the box to show it is selected.
5. Do not close the dialog box. Proceed to the next section to select the other
sources for the control head views.
Set up the Control Head
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2. Select Beams and Temperature Sources
The sonar and temperature sources may be auto-populated in the Network Source
Setup dialog box, but it is important to confirm that the source selections match
your transducer and frequency preferences.
1. From the Network Source Setup dialog box, use the 4-WAY Cursor Control
key to select a tab and choose a source. Press the CHECK/INFO key to
select the source as follows:
• 2D Traditional Sonar: Select the 2D tab and select a 2D sonar source
for the traditional sonar views.
• Side Imaging and Down Imaging: Select the ADV tab and select a
Side Imaging/Down Imaging sonar source.
• Temperature Data: The 360 Imaging transducer does not provide
temperature. Select a Temperature tab (T1, T2, etc.) and select a
temperature source or use the default temperature source.
• GPS Receiver/Heading Sensor: Select the GPS tab and select the
sensor that is attached to control head. The Type will be listed as Ext
(externally connected). The GPS Receiver/Heading Sensor is required
for the 360 Imaging configuration.
2. Close: Press the EXIT key until the dialog box is closed.
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Set up the Control Head
Selecting the 2D Sonar Source for the Traditional 2D Sonar Views
Press the
RIGHT or
LEFT Cursor
keys to
select a tab.
Confirm
Use the 4-WAY
Cursor Control
key to choose the
transducer, and
press the RIGHT
Cursor key or the
CHECK/INFO key
to select it.
Selecting the Side Imaging/Down Imaging Beam Source
Press the
RIGHT or
LEFT Cursor
keys to
select a tab.
Use the 4-WAY
Cursor Control
key to choose the
transducer, and
press the RIGHT
Cursor key or the
CHECK/INFO key
to select it.
360 Imaging
transducer
(also available
as a Side
Imaging and
Down Imaging
source)
Beam Frequency
Column
Select a Tab
Select a Source
Set up the Control Head
Confirm
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Notes about Selecting the Sonar and Temperature Sources on the Network
In addition to the 360 Imaging transducer, you will have another Humminbird
transducer connected directly to the control head and/or available in a Humminbird
multiple-control head Ethernet network.
The 360 Imaging transducer does not provide depth or temperature data, so
they must be provided by another transducer.
The sources selected in the Network Source Setup dialog box will enable the beams
and related digital readout data for the 2D Sonar Views, Side Imaging Views, and
Down Imaging Views. It is also important to consider the following:
SIDE IMAGING AND DOWN IMAGING
If there is a Side Imaging transducer connected to the control head, it will
be selected automatically as the Side Imaging and Down Imaging source.
You can also use the 360 Imaging transducer to provide the Side Imaging
and Down Imaging beam data for the views, but AS 360 needs to be selected
from the Network Source Setup dialog box for this configuration (see Select
Beams and Temperature Sources in this section).
BEAM AVAILABILITY
The availability of the beams is determined by the type of transducer that is
connected to the control head and your Humminbird model. If a connected
transducer is not displayed in the Network Source Setup dialog box, select the
Main Menu > Sonar tab > Transducer Select or Connected Transducer, and
set the transducer type.
NOTE: If the control head is not capable of displaying a certain frequency from a transducer
on the network, NONE will be displayed in the beam frequency column in the Network Source
Setup dialog box.
NOTE: If you have questions about which transducers are compatible with your control head,
and the beams and views they provide, visit our Web site at humminbird.com or contact
Humminbird Customer Service at 1-800-633-1468.
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Set up the Control Head
3. Set the Deployment Depth (Transducer Deployment System only)
The 360 Imaging transducer pod should be set to deploy past the hull, propeller, and
anything else that will block the beams.
NOTE: If the deployment depth was set during installation, or if you have a Trolling Motor
Mount, you can skip this step.
1. Main Menu: Press the MENU key twice. If the Main Menu is already open,
proceed to the next step.
2. Select the Accessories tab > 360 Sonar Settings > 360 Depth.
3. Press the RIGHT or LEFT Cursor keys to adjust the setting. (1 to 100;
Default = 8)
NOTE: The 360 Depth setting deploys the transducer in increments of 1% to 100%,
where 100% = 29 inches (73.7 cm).
Deploying the Transducer Past All Beam Obstructions
Deployment
Depth
Set up the Control Head
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WARNING! The pod should NOT be in the water during high speed travel. The
pod should only be deployed when the boat is traveling between 0 to 7 mph.
4. Set the 360 Retract Alarm (Transducer Deployment System only)
The 360 Imaging transducer pod should only be used when the boat is traveling 0
to 7 mph. You can set up the control head to provide an alert at a specific speed. If
the set speed has been exceeded, an on-screen alert will display to retract the
transducer.
1. From the Main Menu, select the Alarms tab > 360 Retract Alarm.
2. Press the RIGHT or LEFT Cursor keys to adjust the setting. (Domestic Units:
0ff, .5 to 7 mph; Default = 7 mph. International Units: 1 to 12 kph, 5 to 7
mph, .2 to 6 kts; Default = 12 kph)
5. Set the Deployment Alert Speed (Transducer Deployment System only)
You can set the control head to alert you when the boat is traveling at an optimal
speed for 360 Imaging. When the boat is traveling at the set speed, the control head
will display an on-screen alert so you can deploy the transducer.
1. From the Main Menu, select the Accessories tab > 360 Sonar Settings >
Deploy Speed.
2. Press the RIGHT or LEFT Cursor keys to adjust the speed at which the
control head will display an alert (Domestic Units: 0ff, .5 to 7 mph;
Default = Off. International Units: 1 to 12 kph, 5 to 7 mph, .2 to 6 kts;
Default = Off)
3. Close: Press the EXIT key until the Menu System is closed.
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Set up the Control Head
Start 360 Imaging Operation
The menu options to start and stop operation are determined by the type of mount
you have installed. See the following sections to start using the 360 Imaging
transducer.
• Trolling Motor Mount: Start Pinging, Stop Pinging
• Transducer Deployment System: Deploy, Retract, Adjust the Deployment
Depth
Trolling Motor Mount
Use the following instructions to start pinging and stop pinging with the Trolling
Motor 360 Imaging.
Start Pinging
If you have the Trolling Motor 360 Imaging, the transducer pod deploys into the
water with the trolling motor. You can then start pinging from the 360 View or from
the Menu System.
Start Pinging from a 360 View
When a 360 View is first displayed on the screen, the control head will provide an
on-screen alert to start 360 Imaging operation.
1. Press the VIEW key until a 360 View or 360 Imaging Combo View is
displayed on the screen.
2. An on-screen alert will display. Press the RIGHT Cursor key to start 360
Imaging operation.
Trolling Motor Mount
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Start Pinging from the 360 View
Start Pinging from the X-Press Menu
1. With a 360 View or 360 Imaging Combo View displayed on the screen, press
the MENU key once.
2. Select Start 360 Ping, and press the RIGHT Cursor key.
Start Pinging from the Power Submenu
You can also start pinging from the Power submenu.
1. Press the POWER/LIGHT key.
2. Select 360 Ping, and press the RIGHT Cursor key to select On.
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Trolling Motor Mount
Stop Pinging
It is important to stop pinging the 360 Imaging transducer when it is not in use.
Stop Pinging from the X-Press Menu
1. With a 360 View or 360 Imaging Combo View displayed on the screen, press
the MENU key once.
2. Select Stop 360 Ping, and press the RIGHT Cursor key.
Stop Pinging from the Power Submenu
1. Press the POWER/LIGHT key.
2. Select 360 Ping, and press the LEFT Cursor key to select Off.
Trolling Motor Mount
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Transducer Deployment System
Use the following instructions to deploy and retract with the 360 Imaging
Transducer Deployment System.
Deploy the Transducer
The transducer can be deployed from the Transducer Deployment System, from the
Menu System, or from a 360 View. The transducer will deploy based on the 360 Depth
setting (see Set up the Network and 360 Imaging Alarms: Set the Deployment
Depth).
Deploy from the Main Menu
1. Main Menu: Press the MENU key twice.
2. Select the Accessories tab > Deploy 360 Sonar.
3. Press the RIGHT Cursor key to deploy the transducer.
Deploy from a 360 View
When a 360 View is first displayed on the screen, the control head will provide an
on-screen deployment alert.
1. Press the VIEW key until a 360 View or 360 Imaging Combo View is
displayed on the screen.
2. An on-screen alert will display. Press the RIGHT Cursor key to deploy the
transducer.
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Transducer Deployment System
Deploying from the 360 View
Transducer Deployment System
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Deploy from the Transducer Deployment System
1. On the Transducer Deployment System, press and hold the —key. Release
the key when the transducer pod has reached the depth you prefer.
NOTE: The depth you set manually from the — key on the Transducer Deployment
System will automatically update the 360 Depth menu option setting (see Adjust the
Deployment Depth).
Using the Keys on the
Transducer Deployment System
— Key
Deploy
• Key
Retract
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Transducer Deployment System
Retract the Transducer
The transducer pod can be retracted from the control head or from the Transducer
Deployment System. See the instructions below for the different options you can use.
Retract from the Main Menu
1. Main Menu: Press the MENU key twice.
2. Select the Accessories tab > Retract 360 Sonar.
3. Press the RIGHT Cursor key to retract the transducer.
Retract from a 360 View
1. X-Press Menu: With the 360 View or 360 Imaging Combo View displayed
on the screen, press the MENU key once.
2. Select Retract 360 Sonar, and press the RIGHT Cursor key.
Retract from the Transducer Deployment System
1. On the Transducer Deployment System, press and hold the
the key when the transducer pod is fully stowed.
• key. Release
If you turn off the control head, the transducer will retract after approximately
30 seconds. If the 360 Imaging transducer is on an Ethernet network, all control
heads must be powered off before the transducer will retract. It will not retract
if another control head on the network is using it. To power off the Transducer
Deployment System, see Power Off for important information.
Transducer Deployment System
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Adjust the Deployment Depth
If you need to adjust the deployment depth, you can access the 360 Depth menu
option from the Main Menu. You can also adjust the depth from the Transducer
Deployment System.
Adjust the Deployment Depth from the Control Head
The 360 Imaging transducer pod should be set to deploy past the hull and anything
else that will block the beams.
1. Main Menu: Press the MENU key twice.
2. Select the Accessories tab > 360 Sonar Settings > 360 Depth.
3. Press the RIGHT or LEFT Cursor keys to adjust the setting. (1 to 100;
Default = 8)
NOTE: The 360 Depth setting deploys the transducer in increments of 1% to 100%,
where 100% = 29 inches (73.7 cm).
4. Close: Press the EXIT key until the Menu System is closed.
Adjust the Deployment Depth from the Transducer Deployment System
1. On the Transducer Deployment System, press and hold the —key to move
the pod down, or press and hold the key to move the pod up. Release the
key when the transducer pod has reached the depth you prefer.
•
NOTE: The depth you set manually from the Transducer Deployment System will
automatically update the 360 Depth menu option setting.
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Transducer Deployment System
What’s on the 360 Imaging Display
360 Imaging uses its unique transducer to provide an unobstructed view of the
water around and below your boat. The razor-thin, high-definition beams produce
the detailed sonar data that you see on the display. 360 Imaging reveals a variety of
recognizable features so that you can interpret the structure and bottom contour,
and the following items in this illustration.
A
B
C
N
D
E
M
F
G
L
What’s on the Display
K
J
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I
H
A Water Column: Shows the relative depth of the water under the boat at a given
time. Variations in the width of the water column show variations in the distance
to the bottom as the boat passes over.
B Bottom Return
C Sweep Line: As the sweep line rotates on the view, it reveals the sonar returns
from the 360 Imaging beams.
D Boat Icon: The boat icon can be set to hidden or visible on the view. See
Change the 360 View Display Settings.
E White Streaks may indicate fish and a clouded area may indicate a bait ball.
F Topography Changes (light): The light part of the display shows where the
beams are hitting hard bottom or rising terrain.
G
Range is the 360 Range setting, and Ring is the distance between each
Range Ring on the display. See Change the Sweep Speed and Range for
more information.
H Heading: The boat’s heading measured in degrees from North, where 000° is
North, 090° is East, 180° is South, and 270° is West. (Heading Sensor
required)
I Course: The current direction the boat is traveling measured in degrees from
North, where 000° is North, 090° is East, 180° is South, and 270° is West. (GPS
required)
J Speed: The measurement of the boat’s progress across a given distance (GPS
required).
K Position: The boat’s current latitude/longitude location determined by GPS.
L Depth: The depth of the water as provided by another attached transducer (see
Set up the Network and 360 Imaging Alarms).
M Topography Changes (dark): Dark parts of the display indicate soft bottom
(sand, mud) or descending terrain.
N Structure: Possible vegetation where fish may be hiding.
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What’s on the Display
Views
When the 360 Imaging transducer is set up on the control head, the 360 View is
added to the View Rotation. Your control head might also include 360 Combo Views
in the View Rotation.
NOTE: The available views will depend on your control head model and the
beams you’ve selected in the Network Source Setup dialog box. See Set up
the Network and 360 Imaging Alarms for details.
View Rotation
Views
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Next View: Press the VIEW key to advance to the next view in the
View Rotation. Press the VIEW key repeatedly until the view you
want to use is displayed on the screen.
Previous View: Press the EXIT key to see the previous view in the
View Rotation. Press the EXIT key repeatedly until the view you
want to use is displayed on the screen.
Save a View: Press and hold a VIEW PRESET key to save a
shortcut to the on-screen view. You can save one view on each
VIEW PRESET key. Press the VIEW PRESET key to quickly return to
the view at any time.
Views X-Press Menu: Press and hold the VIEW key. Use the
4-WAY Cursor Control key to select a view category (Sonar, Chart,
Radar, Data, System) and a view.
The Views X-Press Menu allows you to quickly access a view
instead of scrolling through the View Rotation.
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Views
360 View
The 360 View allows you to see the 360 Imaging data on the full screen.
• 360 X-Press Menu: Press the MENU key once. The X-Press Menu allows you
to retract the transducer or stop pinging, adjust the beam range, enhance
the display, and isolate the sweep area.
• Cursor and Zoom: Use the 4-WAY Cursor Control key to display the cursor
and move it over a sonar return. Press the +ZOOM key to magnify the View.
Press the EXIT key to remove the Cursor. See Zoom In/Out for more
information.
• Mark and Display Waypoints: You can mark and display waypoints on the
360 View. See Mark and Display Waypoints.
• Digital Readouts: To change the readouts that are displayed on the 360
View, select the Main Menu > Setup tab > Select Readouts. Use the 4-WAY
Cursor Control key to select a Readout position and set the information that
will be displayed in each digital readout window.
NOTE: The location and availability of the digital readouts vary by model. Also, digital
readouts may change with the selected view, attached accessories, and whether or not
the control head is navigating. See your control head operations manual and the
Operations Summary Guide for details.
NOTE: The 700 Series digital readouts cannot be changed in the 360 View.
Views
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360 View
360 View with the X-Press Menu Displayed
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Views
360/Sonar Combo View (800, 900, and 1100 Series only)
The 360/Sonar Combo View shows sonar information and 360 Imaging information
in a combination split screen, where the Sonar View is displayed on the left and the
360 View is displayed on the right.
• Active Side: The green arrow points to the active side. Press the MENU key
once and select Active Side from the X-Press Menu. Choose RIGHT or LEFT
to set the active side.
• X-Press Menu: After you set the Active Side, press the MENU key once to
open the X-Press Menu. The X-Press Menu provides menu options for the
active view.
• Sonar: Use the 2D traditional Sonar View with the 360 View to maximize
your sonar data. To see raw returns on the Sonar View, select the Main
Menu > Sonar tab > SwitchFire > Max Mode. To enhance the 360 View,
select the X-Press Menu > 360 Enhance.
360/Sonar Combo View
Views
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360/Chart Combo View (800, 900, and 1100 Series only)
The 360/Chart Combo View shows chart information and 360 Imaging sonar
information in a combination split screen, where the Chart View is displayed on the
left and the 360 View is displayed on the right.
• Active Side: The green arrow points to the active side. Press the MENU key
once and select Active Side from the X-Press Menu. Choose RIGHT or LEFT
to set the active side.
• X-Press Menu: After you set the Active Side, press the MENU key once to
open the X-Press Menu. The X-Press Menu provides menu options for the
active view.
• Navigation: Use the Chart View with the 360 View to determine the position
of structure and fish. To mark waypoints on the 360 View, see Mark and
Display Waypoints.
360/Chart Combo View
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Views
Side Imaging View
If a 360 Imaging transducer or a Side Imaging transducer is connected to the control
head, the Side Imaging View will be available in the View Rotation. It is also
important to understand the following:
• SI Source: If there is a Side Imaging transducer connected to the control
head, it will be selected automatically as the Side Imaging source. You can
also use the 360 Imaging transducer to provide the Side Imaging beam data
for the Side Imaging Views, but AS 360 needs to be selected from the
Network Source Setup dialog box for this configuration (see Set up the
Network and 360 Imaging Alarms).
• Start Side Imaging: If you are using the 360 Imaging transducer as your
Side Imaging source, it must deployed or pinging, depending on the type of
mount you have installed.
Transducer Deployment System: Select the Main Menu > Accessories
tab > Deploy 360 Sonar.
Trolling Motor Mount: Press the POWER key. Select 360 Ping > On.
• SI Range and 360 Range: If the 360 Imaging transducer is providing data
for the Side Imaging Views, the 360 Range setting and the
SI Range setting will be shared. When you change the 360 Range setting,
the SI Range setting will also be changed, and vice versa.
• More Information: See your control head operations manual and
Operations Summary Guide for more information about Side Imaging. These
manuals were included with your control head, or they can be downloaded
from our Web site at humminbird.com.
NOTE: The 360 Imaging transducer provides data for the 360 View OR the Side Imaging
View. These views cannot be displayed at the same time if they are sharing the 360
Imaging transducer in a multiple-control head Ethernet network.
To use the Side Imaging View on one control head, and the 360 View on a different control
head, a separate Side Imaging transducer must be selected as the Side Imaging source.
See Set up the Network and 360 Imaging Alarms for more information about selecting
sonar sources.
Views
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Side Imaging View with AS 360 Selected as the SI Source
The 360 Icon indicates that the beam data in the Side Imaging View
is being pinged from the 360 Imaging transducer. If there is not a
360 icon on the display, a Side Imaging transducer is providing the
beam data for the Side Imaging View.
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Views
Down Imaging View
If a 360 Imaging transducer or a Side Imaging/Down Imaging transducer is
connected to the control head, the Down Imaging View will be available in the View
Rotation. It is also important to understand the following:
• DI Source: If there is a Side Imaging/Down Imaging transducer connected
to the control head, it will be automatically selected as the Down Imaging
source. You can also use the 360 Imaging transducer to provide the Down
Imaging beam data for the Down Imaging Views, but AS 360 needs to be
selected from the Network Source Setup dialog box for this configuration
(see Set up the Network and 360 Imaging Alarms).
• Start Down Imaging: If you are using the 360 Imaging transducer as your
Side Imaging/Down Imaging source, it must deployed or pinging, depending
on the type of mount you have installed.
Transducer Deployment System: Select the Main Menu > Accessories
tab > Deploy 360 Sonar.
Trolling Motor Mount: Press the POWER key. Select 360 Ping > On.
• DI Range and 360 Range: If the 360 Imaging transducer is providing data
for the Down Imaging Views, the 360 Range setting will affect the range of
data displayed on the Down Imaging View.
• More Information: See your control head operations manual and
Operations Summary Guide for more information about Down Imaging.
These manuals were included with your control head, or they can be
downloaded from our Web site at humminbird.com.
NOTE: The 360 Imaging transducer provides data for the 360 View OR the Down Imaging
View. These Views cannot be displayed at the same time if they are sharing the 360
Imaging transducer in a multiple-control head Ethernet network.
To use the Down Imaging View on one control head, and the 360 View on a different
control head, a separate Down Imaging transducer must be selected as the Down
Imaging source. See Set up the Network and 360 Imaging Alarms for more information
about selecting sonar sources.
Views
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Down Imaging View with AS 360 Selected as the DI Source
The 360 Icon indicates that the beam data in the Down Imaging
View is being pinged from the 360 Imaging transducer. If there is not
a 360 icon on the display, a Side Imaging/Down Imaging transducer
is providing the beam data for the Down Imaging View.
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Views
Change the 360 View Display Settings
Use the following instructions to change how the 360 View is displayed.
Change the Display Settings
1. Main Menu: Press the MENU key twice.
2. Select the Accessories tab > 360 Sonar Settings.
3. Use the 4-WAY Cursor Control key to select an option from the submenu,
and press the RIGHT or LEFT Cursor keys to change the menu setting, as
follows:
• 360 Color: The palette you choose will be applied to all 360 Views in
the View Rotation. (Blue, Amber 1, Amber 2, Brown, Green, Inverse,
Gray, Green/Red; Default = Amber 1)
• 360 Range Overlay: Select On to display the range rings on the view,
or select Off to hide the range rings (On, Off; Default = On)
• 360 Heading Offset: If the position of objects on the display are slightly
different than what you observe in the environment around you, use
this menu option to rotate the display and correct the alignment. See
your 360 Imaging installation guide for more information.
• 360 Boat Icon: Select On to display the boat icon, or select Off to hide
the boat icon. (On, Off; Default = On)
• Navigation on 360: To mark and display waypoints on the 360 View,
select On. See Mark and Display Waypoints for more information.
(On, Off; Default = Off)
• 360 Offset: The 360 Offset Icon represents the installation location of
the GPS Receiver/Heading Sensor. Adjust the setting to match the
distance between the 360 Imaging transducer and the GPS
Receiver/Heading Sensor. See your 360 Imaging installation guide for
more information.
4. Close: Press the EXIT key until the Menu System is closed.
Change the Display Settings
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Changing the Display Settings
A
B
C
D
A Range Rings
B Display Color (green)
C Boat Icon
D Waypoints
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Change the Display Settings
Enhance the View
360 Enhance allows you to adjust the 360 View in four categories: Sensitivity,
Contrast, Sharpness, and Contour Mode. The display will update as you adjust each
category.
Adjust 360 Enhance Settings
1. X-Press Menu: With the 360 View or Combo View displayed on the screen,
press the MENU key once.
2. Select 360 Enhance.
3. Use the 4-WAY Cursor Control key to select and adjust the following
settings:
• Sensitivity: Controls how much detail is shown on the display. When
operating in very clear water or greater depths, increase the sensitivity
to show weaker returns that may be of interest. Decrease the
sensitivity to eliminate the clutter from the display that is sometimes
present in murky or muddy water. (1 to 20, where Low = 1, High = 20;
Default = 10)
• Contrast: Accents the light and dark parts of the 360 Imaging data to
provide greater definition. (1 to 20; Default = 10)
• Sharpness: Filters the view and sharpens the edges of the
360 Imaging data. (Low, Medium, High; Default = Off)
• Contour Mode: Controls how the water column is displayed in the
view. When Contour Mode is turned off, the water column is
displayed on the view. The location of a target on the display is based
on the slant range to the target.
When Contour Mode is turned on, the water column is removed from
the view, which allows the display to show targets at
their linear horizontal distance. The location of a target may be easier
to interpret when the water column is removed. (Off, On; Default = Off)
Enhance the View
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Adjusting the 360 Enhance Settings
The Sensitivity and Contrast are set high in the above illustration. The high Sensitivity
setting displays more weak returns on the display, and the high Contrast setting shows
more definition between the light and dark returns.
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Enhance the View
Zoom In/Out
The ZOOM keys allow you to view the 360 display closer or farther away. You can
also zoom in and out of a selected area based on the cursor position.
Using the Cursor and ZOOM keys on the 360 View
A
B
C
D
A Distance to the Cursor
B Bearing to the Cursor
C Cursor
D Zoom Level
Zoom In/Out
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Zoom: Press the +ZOOM key to Zoom In and the
–ZOOM key to Zoom Out. (2x, 4x, 6x, 8x, 10x, 12x;
Default = 2x)
Select and Zoom: Use the 4-WAY Cursor Control
key to move the cursor to a position on the 360
View. Press the +ZOOM key to Zoom In and the
–ZOOM key to Zoom Out. Press the EXIT key to
remove the Cursor.
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Zoom In/Out
Change the Sweep Speed and Range
The 360 Imaging menu options allow you to change the sweep speed and range.
The settings you use will influence how quickly the screen refreshes and how much
detail is shown on the screen.
Change the Sweep Speed
The 360 Speed menu option allows you to adjust the speed of the sweep. When the
sweep speed is slower, more detail is shown on the screen. When the sweep is
faster, more information is displayed but less detail is shown.
1. X-Press Menu: With the 360 View or Combo View displayed on the screen,
press the MENU key once.
2. Select 360 Speed.
3. Press the RIGHT or LEFT Cursor keys to select a sweep speed. (Slow,
Fine/Fast, Standard, Coarse/Faster, Fastest; Default = Standard)
Change the 360 Range
360 Range controls how far the 360 Imaging beams will ping. Select a low range
number to focus on a shorter distance of the water column and see greater detail
on the screen. Select a higher range number to see farther into the water and see
an overview of details on the screen. For optimal performance, select 240 feet.
1. X-Press Menu: With the 360 View or Combo View displayed on the screen,
press the MENU key once.
2. Select 360 Range.
3. Press the RIGHT or LEFT Cursor keys to adjust the range. (Domestic Units:
6 to 360 ft; Default = 120 ft. International Units: 2 to 120 m, 6 to 360 ft, 1
to 60 fthm; Default = 120 ft)
NOTE: If the 360 Imaging transducer is providing data for the Side Imaging Views and
Down Imaging Views, the 360 Range setting will control the SI Range setting.
Change the Sweep Speed & Range
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Isolate a Section of the Sweep
There are many options to focus on a section of the sweep. You can set the sweep
angle and section yourself, or you can use a preset section.
Activate Quick Sweep
Use Quick Sweep to focus quickly on a section of the view. When the Quick Sweep area
is set, the full 360 View will continue to display on-screen, but the sweep will only cover
the angle you select.
1. Set the 1st Limit: Press the CHECK/INFO key.
2. Set the 2nd Limit: Press the CHECK/INFO key.
3. Resume the full 360 Sweep: Press the CHECK/INFO key.
Pressing the CHECK/INFO key to set the Angle of the Quick Sweep
Set the
Set the
1st Limit 2nd Limit
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Isolate the Sweep
Isolate the Sweep Area
Isolating the sweep area allows you to focus the sweep on a section of the water. The
sweep area can be set between 10° to 360°, and you can adjust it as you prefer.
1. X-Press Menu: With the 360 View or Combo View displayed on the screen,
press the MENU key once.
2. Select Isolate Sweep Area. Press the RIGHT Cursor key.
3. The sweep area can be adjusted as follows:
Adjust the Sweep Position:
Press the RIGHT or LEFT Cursor keys.
Adjust the Sweep Size:
Press the UP or DOWN Cursor keys.
4. Confirm the Selection: Press the
CHECK/INFO key.
5. Close: Select Resume Full Sweep from the X-Press Menu.
Adjusting the Isolated Sweep Area (between the red lines)
Isolate the Sweep
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Using the Isolated Sweep Area
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Isolate the Sweep
Select a Preset Display
Use the Display menu option to choose a preset portion of the 360 Imaging sweep.
NOTE: If you use Isolate Sweep Area in this mode, the view will switch to the full 360
View.
1. X-Press Menu: With the 360 View or Combo View displayed on the screen,
press the MENU key once.
2. Select Display.
3. Press the RIGHT or LEFT Cursor keys to select a display option. (360, Front,
Rear, Left, Right; Default = 360)
360 View with RIGHT Selected in the Display Menu Option
Isolate the Sweep
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Mark and Display Waypoints
(GPS Receiver/Heading Sensor Required)
When the Navigation on 360 menu option is turned on, you can use the following
navigation functions in a 360 Imaging View:
• Display Waypoints as they are marked on the view. Waypoints can be
marked at the boat position or cursor position. If Navigation on 360 is turned
off, you can mark waypoints, but they won’t be displayed on the 360 View.
• In a 360/Chart Combo View, you can see where your boat is positioned in
relation to a waypoint on the Chart View and in relation to underwater
structure in the 360 View (see Views for more information).
Turn on/off Navigation in the 360 Views
Turn on the Navigation on 360 menu option to mark and display waypoints on the
360 View. To hide waypoints on the 360 View, select off.
1. Main Menu: Press the MENU key twice.
2. Select the Accessories tab > 360 Sonar Settings > Navigation on 360.
3. Press the RIGHT or LEFT Cursor keys to select On or Off. (On, Off; Default =
Off)
NOTE: The GPS Receiver/Heading Sensor must be connected to the control
head to enable these features on the 360 View.
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Navigation
Turn on Navigation on 360 in the 360/Chart Combo View, and you can see where
your boat is positioned in relation to underwater structure.
Using Marked Waypoints in the 360/Chart View
Move the Cursor
Mark a Waypoint
Start Navigation
(Chart View Only)
NOTE: The available views are determined by your Humminbird control head model.
Navigation
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Use the GPS Receiver/Heading Sensor with Chart Views
When the GPS Receiver/Heading Sensor is connected to the control head, not only
are the Chart Views and GPS navigation features enabled, but the control head will
also receive heading data and additional features from the Heading Sensor.
• Heading Digital Readout: To add the Heading Digital Readout to the Chart
View (1100 Series only) or the Sonar View (700, 800, 900, and 1100 Series),
select the Main Menu > Setup tab > Select Readouts. Select a Readout
Position and use the RIGHT or LEFT Cursor keys to select Heading.
• Heading Offset: To adjust the zero point of the Heading Sensor, select the
Main Menu > Navigation tab > Heading Offset. Press the RIGHT or LEFT
Cursor keys to adjust the setting. See the 360 Imaging Installation Guide for
details.
• Boat Icon: When the Heading Sensor is attached, the boat icon will always
be displayed as a boat shape. It will not change to a circle when the boat is
stationary.
• Heading Line: If it is turned on, the heading line extends from the bow of
the boat icon. To turn on the Heading Line, select the Main Menu >
Navigation tab > Heading Line > On.
• North-Up Icon: If it is turned on, the North-Up Icon displays the direction of
True North. It also displays the View Orientation, and the icon will change as
the orientation and the data source change. To display the North-Up Icon,
select the Main Menu > Navigation tab > North Up Indicator > On. See
Change the Chart Orientation for more information.
• Pitch and Roll Digital Readouts: To add the Pitch and Roll Digital Readouts
to the Chart View (1100 Series only) or the Sonar View (700, 800, 900, and
1100 Series), select the Main Menu > Setup tab > Select Readouts. Select
a Readout Position and use the RIGHT or LEFT Cursor keys to select Pitch.
Repeat these steps to select Roll in the next readout position.
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Navigation
Chart View with the GPS Receiver/Heading Sensor
Attached to the Control Head
A
B
C
E
D
A Heading Line
B Boat Icon
C North-Up Icon
D Heading Digital Readout (Heading Sensor Required)
E Course Over Ground Digital Readout (GPS Receiver Required)
NOTE: For details about chartplotters and navigation, see your control head
operations manual and the Waypoint Management Guide. Operations manuals
are provided on the CD included with your Humminbird control head, or you can
download Humminbird manuals from our Web site at humminbird.com.
Navigation
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Change the Chart Orientation
You can change the orientation of the Chart View. The Chart Orientation is also
influenced by the GPS Receiver/Heading Sensor attached to the control head.
• North-Up: North is shown at the top of the display. Objects located to the
north of the boat are drawn above the boat.
• Head Up: The boat’s current heading points up, and the track rotates around
the boat so that the boat always points up on the view. The heading is
provided by the Heading Sensor connected to the control head. If a Heading
Sensor is not connected, the heading will be calculated using the GPS
receiver’s COG (Course Over Ground).
• Course-Up: During navigation, the projected course is shown at the top of
the view. Objects ahead of the boat are drawn above the boat. When the
boat is not navigating, the course-up reference is provided by the COG
(Course Over Ground) calculation.
Select the Chart Orientation
1. Main Menu: Press the MENU key twice.
2. Select the Navigation tab > Chart Orientation.
3. Press the RIGHT or LEFT Cursor keys to select how the Chart will be
displayed. (North-Up, Head Up, Course-Up; Default = North-Up)
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Navigation
Update the Software
Set up an online account at humminbird.com so that you will receive the latest
Humminbird news and software updates for your Fishing System.
WARNING! Humminbird is not responsible for the loss of data files
(waypoints, routes, tracks, groups, snapshots, recordings, etc.) that may
occur due to direct or indirect damage to the unit’s hardware or software. It
is important to back up your control head’s data files periodically. Data files
should also be saved to your PC before restoring the unit’s defaults or
updating the software. See your Humminbird online account at
humminbird.com and the Waypoint Management guide.
Required Equipment: Personal computer with Internet access, and a formatted SD
memory card.
Update the Software
1. Install a formatted SD memory card into the card reader connected to your PC.
2. Register your Fishing System: Log on to humminbird.com. Click My
Account. Set up a new account or log into your current account and add the
360 Imaging accessory to your My Equipment tab.
3. Download: From My Account\My Profile\My Equipment, click the file name
of the latest software update (unit name [version #]) for your control head.
• Read the instructions in the dialog box and click Download.
• Follow the on-screen instructions to save the software file directly to
the SD Card.
4. Repeat step 3 to download the 360 Imaging transducer file.
5. Install the SD card with the updated software files into the control head
card slot.
6. Power on your Fishing System.
7. Control Head Update: The control head will recognize the new software.
Follow the dialog box instructions to confirm the software installation.
Update the Software
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360 Imaging Transducer Update: The software will be updated
automatically. It may take up to two minutes for the software to be
detected on the network, and the control head will display a dialog box to
indicate that the update is in progress.
8. Restart: When the updates are completed, press and hold the
POWER/LIGHT KEY to power off the control head. After the control head
shuts down, press the POWER/LIGHT key to start the control head.
NOTE: If you have questions about the software update process, contact
Humminbird Customer Service.
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Update the Software
Power Off
The Transducer Deployment System is designed with software that keeps the pod
fully retracted and stowed while the boat is in use.
WARNING! To keep the pod retracted, the Transducer Deployment System
must stay powered ON while the boat is underway.
When the boat is stored or at dock, the pod must be fully retracted, and the
360 Imaging transducer must be turned off to prevent draining the battery.
The pod cover must be installed for trailering and storage.
1. Power off the Control Head
Press and hold the POWER/LIGHT key.
CAUTION! Turning off the control head will NOT power off the 360 Imaging
transducer.
2. Power off the Transducer
Turn off power on the main switch, breaker, or battery switch.
NOTE: Powering off the 360 Imaging transducer will be determined by the installation
and power connection on your boat.
3a. Install the Pod Cover (Transducer Deployment System only)
The pod cover must be installed for trailering and storage.
Install the cover over the fully retracted pod. Insert the T-clips into the tracks
on each side of the Transducer Deployment System. Turn each T-clip so it
stays in the track. Tighten the straps.
OR
3b. Check the 360 Trolling Motor Bracket (Trolling Motor 360 Imaging only)
Confirm the Depth Collar Knob is fully tightened (by hand). Check the
stability of the trolling motor bracket after initial use and periodically
thereafter to ensure that the installation and lock remain stable. See your
installation guide for details.
Power Off
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Contact Humminbird
Contact Humminbird Customer Service in any of the following ways:
Web site:
humminbird.com
E-mail:
service@humminbird.com
Telephone:
1-800-633-1468
Direct Shipping:
Humminbird
Service Department
678 Humminbird Lane
Eufaula, AL 36027 USA
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Central Standard Time)
Social Media Resources:
Facebook.com/HumminbirdElectronics
Twitter.com (@humminbirdfish)
YouTube.com/humminbirdtv
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