i70s Instrument - Busse Yachtshop
i70s Instrument
INSTALLATION & OPERATION
INSTRUCTIONS
English (EN)
Date: 05-2016
Document number: 81364-1
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ENGLISH
Document number: 81364-1
Date: 05-2016
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Contents
Chapter 1 Important information.......................... 7
TFT Displays ............................................................... 7
Water ingress .............................................................. 7
Disclaimer ................................................................... 7
EMC installation guidelines .......................................... 8
Suppression ferrites ..................................................... 8
Connections to other equipment ................................... 8
Declaration of conformity.............................................. 8
Product disposal .......................................................... 8
Warranty registration.................................................... 8
IMO and SOLAS.......................................................... 8
Technical accuracy ...................................................... 8
Chapter 2 Document and product
information............................................................. 9
2.1 Document information .......................................... 10
2.2 Product overview ................................................. 10
Chapter 3 Planning the installation ................... 11
3.1 Installation checklist ............................................. 12
3.2 Parts supplied...................................................... 12
3.3 Compatible transducers........................................ 13
3.4 Software updates ................................................. 13
3.5 Tools ................................................................... 14
3.6 Typical systems ................................................... 14
3.7 System protocols ................................................. 17
3.8 Warnings and cautions ......................................... 17
3.9 General location requirements .............................. 18
3.10 Product dimensions............................................ 19
7.1 Transducer types ................................................. 40
7.2 Depth calibration .................................................. 40
7.3 Speed calibration ................................................. 41
7.4 Wind calibration ................................................... 46
7.5 Rudder reference calibration ................................. 48
7.6 Compass calibration............................................. 49
Chapter 8 Favorite Pages ................................... 51
8.1 Favorite pages ..................................................... 52
8.2 Customizing pages............................................... 52
Chapter 9 Data (Quick View)............................... 55
9.1 Data items ........................................................... 56
9.2 Viewing Data (Quick View).................................... 58
9.3 Adding a Quick View as a Favorite page................ 59
Chapter 10 AIS ..................................................... 61
10.1 AIS Overview ..................................................... 62
10.2 AIS target symbols ............................................. 63
10.3 Setting AIS Range.............................................. 64
10.4 Viewing AIS target information ............................ 64
10.5 Enabling and disabling AIS Silent mode............... 65
Chapter 11 Race timer settings .......................... 67
11.1 Setting the Race Timer ....................................... 68
11.2 Using the Race Timer ......................................... 68
Chapter 12 Instrument alarms............................ 69
12.1 Alarms............................................................... 70
Chapter 13 Setup menu ...................................... 73
Chapter 4 Cables and connections.................... 21
13.1 Setup menu ....................................................... 74
4.1 General cabling guidance ..................................... 22
4.2 Connections overview .......................................... 22
4.3 SeaTalkng® power supply ...................................... 23
4.4 Cable ferrite installation ........................................ 25
4.5 SeaTalkng® connection.......................................... 25
4.6 NMEA 2000 connection ........................................ 26
4.7 SeaTalk connection .............................................. 27
4.8 Transducer connections ....................................... 27
Chapter 14 Maintenance ..................................... 83
Chapter 5 Mounting............................................. 29
5.1 Bezel removal...................................................... 30
5.2 Removing the keypad........................................... 30
5.3 Mounting ............................................................. 31
Chapter 6 Getting started ................................... 33
6.1 Controls............................................................... 34
6.2 Power ................................................................. 34
6.3 Completing the startup wizard ............................... 35
6.4 Display settings.................................................... 35
6.5 Multiple data sources (MDS) overview................... 37
6.6 Quick Options menu............................................. 38
14.1 Service and maintenance ................................... 84
14.2 Routine equipment checks.................................. 84
14.3 Product cleaning ................................................ 85
14.4 Cleaning the display case ................................... 85
14.5 Cleaning the display screen ................................ 86
14.6 Cleaning the sun cover ....................................... 86
Chapter 15 System checks and
troubleshooting ................................................... 87
15.1 Troubleshooting ................................................. 88
15.2 Power up troubleshooting ................................... 89
15.3 System data troubleshooting ............................... 90
15.4 Miscellaneous troubleshooting ............................ 91
15.5 Performing a Factory Reset ................................ 92
Chapter 16 Technical support ............................ 93
16.1 Raymarine product support and servicing ............ 94
16.2 Viewing product information ................................ 95
Chapter 17 Technical specification.................... 97
17.1 Technical specification ........................................ 98
Chapter 7 Transducer calibration ...................... 39
Chapter 18 Options and accessories ................ 99
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18.1 Spares and Accessories ................................... 100
18.2 Smart transducers ............................................ 100
18.3 Instrument Depth, Speed and Temperature
(DST) transducers ................................................... 101
18.4 Instrument Depth transducers ........................... 102
18.5 Instrument Speed and Temperature
transducers ............................................................. 102
18.6 Instrument Wind Vane transducer...................... 103
18.7 Instrument Rotavecta transducer....................... 103
18.8 Other transducers ............................................ 104
18.9 SeaTalkng® cables and accessories ................... 104
18.10 SeaTalkng cable kits ........................................ 106
18.11 SeaTalk accessories ....................................... 109
Appendix A Supported NMEA 2000 PGN
list ........................................................................111
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Chapter 1: Important information
Warning: Product installation and
operation
• This product must be installed and
operated in accordance with the
instructions provided. Failure to do so
could result in personal injury, damage
to your vessel and/or poor product
performance.
• Raymarine recommends certified
installation by a Raymarine approved
installer. A certified installation qualifies
for enhanced product warranty benefits.
Contact your Raymarine dealer for
further details, and refer to the separate
warranty document packed with your
product.
Warning: Potential ignition source
This product is NOT approved for use in
hazardous/flammable atmospheres. Do
NOT install in a hazardous/flammable
atmosphere (such as in an engine room
or near fuel tanks).
Warning: Product grounding
Before applying power to this product,
ensure it has been correctly grounded, in
accordance with the instructions provided.
Caution: Sun covers
• If your product is supplied with a sun
cover, to protect against the damaging
effects of ultraviolet (UV) light, always
fit the sun cover when the product is
not in use.
• Sun covers must be removed when
travelling at high speed, whether in
water or when the vessel is being
towed.
Caution: Product cleaning
When cleaning products:
• If your product includes a display
screen, do NOT wipe the screen with
a dry cloth, as this could scratch the
screen coating.
• Do NOT use abrasive, or acid or
ammonia based products.
• Do NOT use a jet wash.
Caution: Service and maintenance
This product contains no user serviceable
components. Please refer all maintenance
and repair to authorized Raymarine
dealers. Unauthorized repair may affect
your warranty.
Warning: Positive ground systems
TFT Displays
Do not connect this unit to a system which
has positive grounding.
The colors of the display may seem to vary when
viewed against a colored background or in colored
light. This is a perfectly normal effect that can
be seen with all color Thin Film Transistor (TFT)
displays.
Warning: Switch off power supply
Ensure the vessel’s power supply is
switched OFF before starting to install this
product. Do NOT connect or disconnect
equipment with the power switched on,
unless instructed in this document.
Warning: Power supply voltage
Connecting this product to a voltage
supply greater than the specified
maximum rating may cause permanent
damage to the unit. Refer to the Technical
specification section for voltage rating.
Caution: Power supply protection
When installing this product ensure the
power source is adequately protected
by means of a suitably-rated fuse or
automatic circuit breaker.
Important information
Water ingress
Water ingress disclaimer
Although the waterproof rating capacity of this
product meets the stated IPX standard (refer to the
product’s Technical Specification), water intrusion
and subsequent equipment failure may occur if the
product is subjected to commercial high-pressure
washing. Raymarine will not warrant products
subjected to high-pressure washing.
Disclaimer
Raymarine does not warrant that this product is
error-free or that it is compatible with products
manufactured by any person or entity other than
Raymarine.
Raymarine is not responsible for damages or injuries
caused by your use or inability to use the product,
by the interaction of the product with products
manufactured by others, or by errors in information
utilized by the product supplied by third parties.
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EMC installation guidelines
Connections to other equipment
Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to
the appropriate Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
regulations, to minimize electromagnetic interference
between equipment and minimize the effect such
interference could have on the performance of your
system
Correct installation is required to ensure that EMC
performance is not compromised.
Requirement for ferrites on non-Raymarine cables
Note: In areas of extreme EMC interference,
some slight interference may be noticed on the
product. Where this occurs the product and the
source of the interference should be separated by
a greater distance.
For optimum EMC performance we recommend
that wherever possible:
• Raymarine equipment and cables connected to
it are:
– At least 1 m (3 ft) from any equipment
transmitting or cables carrying radio signals e.g.
VHF radios, cables and antennas. In the case
of SSB radios, the distance should be increased
to 7 ft (2 m).
– More than 2 m (7 ft) from the path of a radar
beam. A radar beam can normally be assumed
to spread 20 degrees above and below the
radiating element.
• The product is supplied from a separate battery
from that used for engine start. This is important to
prevent erratic behavior and data loss which can
occur if the engine start does not have a separate
battery.
• Raymarine specified cables are used.
• Cables are not cut or extended, unless doing so is
detailed in the installation manual.
Note: Where constraints on the installation
prevent any of the above recommendations,
always ensure the maximum possible separation
between different items of electrical equipment, to
provide the best conditions for EMC performance
throughout the installation
Suppression ferrites
• Raymarine cables may be pre-fitted or supplied
with suppression ferrites. These are important for
correct EMC performance. If ferrites are supplied
separately to the cables (i.e. not pre-fitted), you
must fit the supplied ferrites, using the supplied
instructions.
• If a ferrite has to be removed for any purpose (e.g.
installation or maintenance), it must be replaced in
the original position before the product is used.
• Use only ferrites of the correct type, supplied by
Raymarine or its authorized dealers.
• Where an installation requires multiple ferrites to
be added to a cable, additional cable clips should
be used to prevent stress on the connectors due
to the extra weight of the cable.
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If your Raymarine equipment is to be connected
to other equipment using a cable not supplied by
Raymarine, a suppression ferrite MUST always be
attached to the cable near the Raymarine unit.
Declaration of conformity
Raymarine UK Ltd. declares that this product is
compliant with the essential requirements of EMC
directive 2004/108/EC.
The original Declaration of Conformity certificate
may be viewed on the relevant product page at
www.raymarine.com.
Product disposal
Dispose of this product in accordance with the
WEEE Directive.
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) Directive requires the recycling of waste
electrical and electronic equipment.
Warranty registration
To register your Raymarine product ownership,
please visit www.raymarine.com and register online.
It is important that you register your product to
receive full warranty benefits. Your unit package
includes a bar code label indicating the serial number
of the unit. You will need this serial number when
registering your product online. You should retain
the label for future reference.
IMO and SOLAS
The equipment described within this document
is intended for use on leisure marine boats and
workboats NOT covered by International Maritime
Organization (IMO) and Safety of Life at Sea
(SOLAS) Carriage Regulations.
Technical accuracy
To the best of our knowledge, the information in this
document was correct at the time it was produced.
However, Raymarine cannot accept liability for any
inaccuracies or omissions it may contain. In addition,
our policy of continuous product improvement may
change specifications without notice. As a result,
Raymarine cannot accept liability for any differences
between the product and this document. Please
check the Raymarine website (www.raymarine.com)
to ensure you have the most up-to-date version(s) of
the documentation for your product.
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Chapter 2: Document and product information
Chapter contents
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2.1 Document information on page 10
2.2 Product overview on page 10
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2.1 Document information
2.2 Product overview
This document contains important information
related to the installation of your Raymarine product.
The i70s is a multifunctional instrument display
with AIS capabilities. In conjunction with a
compatible instrument transducers and an iTC-5,
the i70s provides a detailed view of environmental,
navigational and vessel data.
The document includes information to help you:
• plan your installation and ensure you have all the
necessary equipment;
• install and connect your product as part of a wider
system of connected marine electronics;
• troubleshoot problems and obtain technical
support if required.
This and other Raymarine product documents
are available to download in PDF format from
www.raymarine.com.
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The i70s has the following features:
Applicable products
This document is applicable to the following products:
• 4.1” high brightness color LCD with wide viewing
angles
Part number Name
Description
• SeaTalkng®, NMEA 2000 and SeaTalk compatible
E70327
multifunction
Instrument
display
• All weather optically bonded LCD
i70s
• Large clear characters (up to 43 mm / 1.7 in) for
easy reading in any conditions
• Easy to use LightHouseTM operating system
• AIS repeater and display of AIS targets
Document illustrations
Your product may differ slightly from that shown
in the illustrations in this document, depending on
product variant and date of manufacture.
All images are provided for illustration purposes only.
• Data views include: Wind, Speed, Depth, Tridata,
Engine, Environment, Fuel and Navigation
• 12 V dc operation
• Low power consumption
• Waterproof to IPX6 and IPX7
Product documentation
The following documentation is applicable to your
product:
Description
Part number
i70s Installation and operation instructions 88056 /
Installation and operation instructions for the 81357
i70s unit and connection to a wider system
of marine electronics.
i70s Mounting template
Mounting diagram for surface mounting a
i70s unit.
87260
Additional documentation
Description
Part number
SeaTalkng®
81300
reference manual
iTC–5 Installation instructions
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Chapter 3: Planning the installation
Chapter contents
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3.1 Installation checklist on page 12
3.2 Parts supplied on page 12
3.3 Compatible transducers on page 13
3.4 Software updates on page 13
3.5 Tools on page 14
3.6 Typical systems on page 14
3.7 System protocols on page 17
3.8 Warnings and cautions on page 17
3.9 General location requirements on page 18
3.10 Product dimensions on page 19
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3.1 Installation checklist
3.2 Parts supplied
Installation includes the following activities:
The following parts are supplied with your product.
Installation Task
2
1
1
Plan your system.
2
Obtain all required equipment and tools.
3
Site all equipment.
4
Route all cables.
5
Drill cable and mounting holes.
6
Make all connections into equipment.
7
Secure all equipment in place.
8
Power on and test the system.
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4
5
6
7
x4
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Schematic diagram
1. Documentation
A schematic diagram is an essential part of planning
any installation. It is also useful for any future
additions or maintenance of the system. The
diagram should include:
2. Panel seal gasket
3. 400 mm (15.7 in)SeaTalkng® spur cable
(A06038)
• Location of all components.
4. i70s instrument display (supplied with keymat
and black bezel (A80353) fitted)
• Connectors, cable types, routes and lengths.
5. Suncover (A80357)
6. Spare gunmetal bezel (A80354)
7. Mounting fixings x 4
Unpack you product carefully to prevent damage or
loss of parts, check the box contents against the list
above. Retain the packaging and documentation for
future reference.
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3.3 Compatible transducers
3.4 Software updates
For a list of compatible transducers please refer to
Chapter 18 Options and accessories.
The software running on the product can be updated.
• Raymarine periodically releases software updates
to improve product performance and add new
features.
• You can update the software for your product using
a connected and compatible multifunction display.
• Refer to www.raymarine.com/software/ for the
latest software updates and the software update
procedure for your product.
• If in doubt as to the correct procedure for updating
your product software, refer to your dealer or
Raymarine technical support.
Caution: Installing software
updates
The software update process is carried
out at your own risk. Before initiating the
update process ensure you have backed
up any important files.
Ensure that the unit has a reliable power
supply and that the update process is not
interrupted.
Damage caused by incomplete updates
are not covered by Raymarine warranty.
By downloading the software update
package, you agree to these terms.
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3.5 Tools
3.6 Typical systems
Tools required for installation
The following illustrations show the products that can
be connected in a typical system.
1
2
Example: Simple environmental data system
1
12 V dc
3
2
4
3
5
6
7
4
5
6
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1.
Power drill
2.
Jig saw
3.
Screwdriver
4.
Suitable size (10 mm to 30
mm) hole cutter
5.
Item
Description
1
Instrument display (e.g. i70s)
2
SeaTalkng® 12 V dc power supply
3
iTC-5 converter
File
4
Depth transducer (Analog)
6.
Adhesive tape
5
7.
Drill bit of appropriate size (1)
Speed / Temperature transducer
(Analog)
6
Wind transducer (Analog)
Note: (1) Drill bit size is dependent on the
thickness and type of material that the unit is to
be mounted on.
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Example: Expanded system without autopilot
1
2
3
2
4
US B
0
LIFETAG
0
SeaTalkng
VHF
12 V /
24 V
GPS
5
12 V dc
SeaTalkng
SeaTalkng
SeaTalkng
8
6
7
9
10
14
12
13
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Item
Description
1
AIS receiver / transceiver (AIS350 / AIS650)
2
Instrument display (e.g. i70s)
3
LifeTag — Man Over Board (MOB) system
4
SeaTalkng® GPS/GNSS Receiver (e.g. RS130)
5
SeaTalkng® 12 V dc power supply
6
Fluxgate compass
7
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng® converter
8
Vessel / Engine systems
9
iTC-5 converter
10
Rudder reference
11
Depth transducer (Analog)
12
Wind transducer (Analog)
13
Speed / Temperature transducer (Analog)
14
ECI-100
Note: Depending on engine type, it may be possible to connect the engine
system directly to the SeaTalkng® backbone using a SeaTalkng® to DeviceNet
adaptor cable. Without using the ECI-100 the available data will be limited to
supported, standard NMEA 2000 data only.
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Example: Expanded system with autopilot
1
2
3
4
6
5
US B
0
LIFETAG
0
12 V /
24 V
SeaTalkng
0
VHF
GPS
SeaTalkng
SeaTalkng
SeaTalkng
7
11
9
8
10
13
15
14
12
16
12 V dc /
24 V dc
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Item
Description
1
AIS receiver / transceiver (AIS350 / AIS650)
2
Instrument display (e.g. i70s)
3
LifeTag — Man Over Board (MOB) system
4
Pilot Controller (e.g. p70s or p70Rs)
5
EvolutionTM Autopilot
6
SeaTalkng® GPS/GNSS Receiver (e.g. RS130)
7
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng® converter
8
iTC-5 converter
9
ACU (Autopilot Control Unit)
10
ECI-100
Note: Depending on engine type, it may be possible to connect the engine
system directly to the SeaTalkng® backbone using a SeaTalkng® to DeviceNet
adaptor cable. Without using the ECI-100 the available data will be limited to
supported, standard NMEA 2000 data only.
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Vessel / Engine systems
12
Depth transducer (Analog)
13
Wind transducer (Analog)
14
Speed / Temperature transducer (Analog)
15
Rudder reference
16
12 V dc / 24 V dc power supply (powering the SeaTalkng® backbone.)
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3.7 System protocols
Your product can be connected to various products
and systems to share information and so improve
the functionality of the overall system. These
connections may be made using a number of
different protocols. Fast and accurate data collection
and transfer is achieved by using a combination of
the following data protocols:
3.8 Warnings and cautions
Important: Before proceeding, ensure that you
have read and understood the warnings and
cautions provided in the Chapter 1 Important
information section of this document.
• SeaTalkng®
• NMEA 2000
• SeaTalk
Note: You may find that your system does not
use all of the connection types or instrumentation
described in this section.
Seatalkng®
SeaTalkng (Next Generation) is an enhanced
protocol for connection of compatible marine
instruments and equipment. It replaces the older
SeaTalk and SeaTalk2 protocols.
SeaTalkng utilizes a single backbone to which
compatible instruments connect using a spur. Data
and power are carried within the backbone. Devices
that have a low draw can be powered from the
network, although high current equipment will need
to have a separate power connection.
SeaTalkng is a proprietary extension to NMEA 2000
and the proven CAN bus technology. Compatible
NMEA 2000 and SeaTalk / SeaTalk2 devices can
also be connected using the appropriate interfaces
or adaptor cables as required.
NMEA 2000
NMEA 2000 offers significant improvements over
NMEA 0183, most notably in speed and connectivity.
Up to 50 units can simultaneously transmit and
receive on a single physical bus at any one time,
with each node being physically addressable. The
standard was specifically intended to allow for
a whole network of marine electronics from any
manufacturer to communicate on a common bus via
standardized message types and formats.
SeaTalk
SeaTalk is a protocol which enables compatible
instruments to connect to each other and share data.
The SeaTalk cable system is used to connect
compatible instruments and equipment. The cable
carries power and data and enables connection
without the need for a central processor.
Additional instruments and functions can be added to
a SeaTalk system, simply by plugging them into the
network. SeaTalk equipment can also communicate
with other non-SeaTalk equipment via the NMEA
0183 standard, provided a suitable interface is used.
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3.9 General location requirements
Viewing angle considerations
Important considerations when choosing a suitable
location for your product.
As display contrast, color and night mode
performance are all affected by the viewing angle,
Raymarine recommends you temporarily power up
the display when planning the installation, to enable
you to best judge which location gives the optimum
viewing angle.
This product is suitable for mounting above or below
decks.
The product should be mounted where it will be:
• protected from physical damage and excessive
vibration.
• well ventilated and away from heat sources.
• away from any potential ignition source such as an
engine room, near fuel tanks or a gas locker.
When choosing a location for the product,
consider the following points to ensure reliable and
trouble-free operation:
• Access — there must be sufficient space to
enable cable connections to the product, avoiding
tight bends in the cable.
• Diagnostics — the product must be mounted in
a location where the diagnostics LED is easily
visible.
Note: Not all products include a diagnostics
LED. Refer to the Chapter 15 System checks
and troubleshooting for more information.
• Electrical interference — the product should be
mounted far enough away from any equipment
that may cause interference such as motors,
generators and radio transmitters / receivers.
• Magnetic compass — refer to the Compass
safe distance section in this document for advice
on maintaining a suitable distance between this
product and any compasses on your vessel.
• Power — to keep cable runs to a minimum, the
product must be located as close as possible to
the vessel’s dc power supply.
• Mounting surface — ensure the product is
adequately supported on a secure surface. Refer
to the weight information provided in the Technical
specification for this product and ensure that the
intended mounting surface is suitable for bearing
the product weight. Do NOT mount units or cut
holes in places which may damage the structure
of the vessel.
Compass safe distance
To prevent potential interference with the vessel's
magnetic compasses, ensure an adequate distance
is maintained from the product.
When choosing a suitable location for the product
you should aim to maintain the maximum possible
distance from any compasses. Typically this distance
should be at least 1 m (3 ft) in all directions. However
for some smaller vessels it may not be possible to
locate the product this far away from a compass. In
this situation, when choosing the installation location
for your product, ensure that the compass is not
affected by the product when it is in a powered state.
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115 mm (4.53 in)
3.10 Product dimensions
110 mm (4.33 in)
14.05 mm
(0.55 in)
90 mm
29.8 mm (3.54 in)
(1.17 in)
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Chapter 4: Cables and connections
Chapter contents
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
General cabling guidance on page 22
Connections overview on page 22
SeaTalkng® power supply on page 23
Cable ferrite installation on page 25
SeaTalkng® connection on page 25
NMEA 2000 connection on page 26
SeaTalk connection on page 27
Transducer connections on page 27
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4.1 General cabling guidance
4.2 Connections overview
Cable types and length
Use the following information to help you identify the
connections on your product.
It is important to use cables of the appropriate type
and length
• Unless otherwise stated use only standard cables
of the correct type, supplied by Raymarine.
• Ensure that any non-Raymarine cables are of the
correct quality and gauge. For example, longer
power cable runs may require larger wire gauges
to minimize voltage drop along the run.
Connector
Qty
Connects to:
1
1.
SeaTalkng
backbone
1.
SeaTalkng
spur cables
2.
NMEA 2000
backbone
2.
3.
SeaTalk
backbone
SeaTalkng to
DeviceNet
adaptor
cable
(A06045)
3.
SeaTalk to
SeaTalkng
adaptor
cable
(A06073)
Routing cables
Cables must be routed correctly, to maximize
performance and prolong cable life.
• Do NOT bend cables excessively. Wherever
possible, ensure a minimum bend diameter of 200
mm (8 in) / minimum bend radius of 100 mm (4 in).
Suitable cables
Connecting SeaTalkng® cables
200 mm (8 in)
100 mm (4 in)
• Protect all cables from physical damage and
exposure to heat. Use trunking or conduit where
possible. Do NOT run cables through bilges or
doorways, or close to moving or hot objects.
• Secure cables in place using tie-wraps or lacing
twine. Coil any extra cable and tie it out of the way.
• Where a cable passes through an exposed
bulkhead or deckhead, use a suitable watertight
feed-through.
• Do NOT run cables near to engines or fluorescent
lights.
Always route data cables as far away as possible
from:
• other equipment and cables,
• high current carrying AC and DC power lines,
• antennae.
D12615-2
Strain relief
Ensure adequate strain relief is provided. Protect
connectors from strain and ensure they will not pull
out under extreme sea conditions.
Cable shielding
Ensure that all data cables are properly shielded
that the cable shielding is intact (e.g. hasn’t been
scraped off by being squeezed through a tight area).
1. Rotate the locking collar on the unit to the
unlocked position.
2. Ensure the cable’s connector is correctly oriented.
3. Fully insert the cable connector.
4. Rotate locking collar clockwise (2 clicks) until it is
in the locked position.
SeaTalkng® product loading
The number of products that can be connected
to a SeaTalkng backbone depends on the power
consumption of each product and the physical overall
length of the backbone.
SeaTalkng products have a Load Equivalency
Number (LEN), which indicates the product’s power
consumption. The LEN for each product can be
found in the product’s Technical Specification.
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4.3 SeaTalkng® power supply
In-line fuse and thermal breaker ratings
Power is supplied to the product over the SeaTalkng
backbone.
The SeaTalkng® network’s power supply requires an
in-line fuse or thermal breaker to be fitted.
A SeaTalkng backbone requires one 12 V dc power
supply, connected to the SeaTalkng backbone. This
can be provided by:
• a battery (1), via the distribution panel
Thermal breaker rating
5A
3 A (if only connecting one
device)
Note:
• an Autopilot Control Unit (ACU)(2)
• an SPX course computer
In-line fuse rating
(2)
• for 24 V vessels a 5 amp, regulated, continuous
24 V dc to 12 V dc is required
• The suitable fuse rating for the thermal breaker
is dependent on the number of devices you are
connecting. If in doubt consult an authorized
Raymarine dealer.
Note:
SeaTalkng® system loading
• (1) The battery used for starting the vessel’s
engine should NOT be used to power the
SeaTalkng backbone as this can cause sudden
voltage drops, when starting the engine.
The maximum loading / LEN for a SeaTalkng system
depends on the length of the backbone.
• (2) The ACU-100 and SPX-5 cannot be used to
power the SeaTalkng backbone.
SeaTalkng® power connection point
Loading type
Backbone length
Total LEN
Unbalanced
20 m (66 ft)
40
Unbalanced
40 m (131 ft)
20
Unbalanced
60 m (197 ft)
14
Balanced
60 m (197 ft) or
less
100
Balanced
80 m (262 ft)
84
Balanced
100 m (328 ft)
60
Balanced
120 m (394 ft)
50
Balanced
140 m to 160 m
(459 ft to 525 ft)
40
Balanced
180 m to 200 m
(591 ft to 656 ft)
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Small systems
If the backbone length is 60 m (197 ft) or less, the
power connection point may be connected at any
point in the backbone.
Large systems
If the backbone length is greater than 60 m (197 ft),
the power connection point should be connected at
a point that creates a balanced current draw from
each side of the backbone. The Load Equivalency
Number (LEN) is used to determine the power
connection point for the system.
Power distribution — SeaTalkng®
Recommendations and best practice.
LEN = 1
0
• Only use approved SeaTalkng® power cables. Do
NOT use a power cable designed for, or supplied
with, a different product.
LEN = 3
LEN = 1
• See below for more information on implementation
for some common power distribution scenarios.
Important: When planning and wiring, take into
consideration other products in your system, some
of which (e.g. sonar modules) may place large
power demand peaks on the vessel’s electrical
system.
12 V dc
LEN = 3
LEN = 1
LEN = 1
D13424-1
In the example above the system has an overall LEN
of 10, so the optimum connection point would be to
have 5 LEN either side of the connection point.
Note: The information provided below is for
guidance only, to help protect your product. It
covers common vessel power arrangements, but
does NOT cover every scenario. If you are unsure
how to provide the correct level of protection,
please consult an authorized Raymarine dealer or
a suitably qualified professional marine electrician.
Implementation — direct connection to battery
• SeaTalkng® power cables may be connected
directly to the vessel's battery, via a suitably rated
fuse or breaker.
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• You MUST fit a suitably rated fuse or breaker
between the red wire and the battery’s positive
terminal.
• Refer to the inline fuse ratings provided in the
product’s documentation.
• If you need to extend the length of the power
cable, ensure you use suitably rated cable and
that sufficient power (12 V dc) is available at the
SeaTalkng® backbone’s power connection.
• If you need to extend the length of the power
cable, ensure you use suitably rated cable and
that sufficient power (12 V dc) is available at the
SeaTalkng® backbone’s power connection.
Important: Be aware that the suitable fuse rating
for the thermal breaker or fuse is dependent on the
number of devices you are connecting.
More information
Raymarine recommends that best practice is
observed in all vessel electrical installations, as
detailed in the following standards:
A
• BMEA Code of Practice for Electrical and
Electronic Installations in Boats
• NMEA 0400 Installation Standard
• ABYC E-11 AC & DC Electrical Systems on Boats
B
• ABYC A-31 Battery chargers and Inverters
• ABYC TE-4 Lightning Protection
Sharing a breaker
D13344-1
A
B
Battery connection scenario A: suitable for a vessel with
a common RF ground point. In this scenario, if your
product’s power cable is supplied with a separate drain
wire then it should be connected to the vessel’s common
ground point.
Where more than 1 piece of equipment shares a
breaker you must provide protection for the individual
circuits. E.g. by connecting an in-line fuse for each
power circuit.
-
+
1
Battery connection scenario B: suitable for a vessel
without a common grounding point. In this case, if your
product’s power cable is supplied with a separate drain
wire then it should be connected directly to the battery’s
negative terminal.
2
3
Implementation — connection to distribution
panel
4
4
D11637-2
D13348-1
• Alternatively, the SeaTalkng® power cable may be
connected to a suitable breaker or switch on the
vessel's distribution panel or factory-fitted power
distribution point.
• The distribution point should be fed from the
vessel’s primary power source by 8 AWG
(8.36 mm2) cable.
• Ideally, all equipment should be wired to individual
suitably-rated thermal breakers or fuses, with
appropriate circuit protection. Where this is not
possible and more than 1 item of equipment
shares a breaker, use individual in-line fuses
for each power circuit to provide the necessary
protection.
• In all cases, observe the recommended
breaker / fuse ratings provided in the product’s
documentation.
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1
Positive (+) bar
2
Negative (-) bar
3
Circuit breaker
4
Fuse
Where possible, connect individual items of
equipment to individual circuit breakers. Where this
is not possible, use individual in-line fuses to provide
the necessary protection.
Warning: Product grounding
Before applying power to this product,
ensure it has been correctly grounded, in
accordance with the instructions provided.
Warning: Positive ground systems
Do not connect this unit to a system which
has positive grounding.
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4.4 Cable ferrite installation
4.5 SeaTalkng® connection
Your product is supplied with a cable ferrite. To
ensure EMC Compliance, the supplied ferrite must
be fitted to the cable according to the following
instructions.
The unit connects as part of a SeaTalkng network.
Example: SeaTalkng®® system with Evolution
autopilot and iTC-5
2
3
SeaTalkng
1
SeaTalkng
Device
50 mm (1.97 in) - 100 mm (3.94 in)
SeaTalkng
4
5
D13539-1
SeaTalkng
1. The ferrite must be fitted to the end of the cable
closest to the device.
2. The ferrite must be fitted at the distance specified
in the illustration above.
3. Ensure a tight and secure fit so that the ferrite will
not move up or down the cable.
12 V dc
6
0
7
8
9
10
11
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1
ACU unit
2
i70s Multifunction instrument display
3
p70s / p70Rs Pilot controller (p70s shown)
4
Vessel’s 12 V dc power supply
5
EV unit
6
SeaTalkng 5–way connector
7
Rudder reference transducer
8
iTC-5 converter
9
Depth transducer
10
Wind transducer
11
Speed transducer
Note: In the above example if an ACU-100 were
used, the SeaTalkng network would require a
dedicated 12 V dc power supply because the
ACU-100 does not supply power to the SeaTalkng
network.
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Example: SeaTalkng® system with SPX SmartPilot
and transducer pods
4.6 NMEA 2000 connection
You can:
2
1
3
• use your SeaTalkng® backbone and connect
NMEA 2000 devices using a spur, or
SMARTPILOT
• connect the unit to a DeviceNet spur into an
existing NMEA 2000 backbone.
Important: 2 terminated backbones cannot be
connected together, unless you have an isolation
gateway between the backbones.
SeaTalkng
4
Connecting NMEA 2000 equipment to the
SeaTalkng® backbone
SeaTalkng
5
12 V dc
6
SeaTalkng
6
6
1
7
8
9
10
2
NMEA2000
Device
3
11
D12099-3
D12059-2
Item
Description
1
SPX (supplying 12 V dc to the SeaTalkng network.)
2
i70s Multifunction instrument displays
3
p70s / p70Rs Pilot controller (p70s shown)
4
Vessel’s 12 V dc power supply
5
SeaTalkng 5–way connector
6
Transducer pods
7
Rudder reference transducer
8.
Fluxgate compass
9
Wind transducer
10
Speed transducer
11
Depth transducer
1. NMEA 2000 device
2. SeaTalkng® to DeviceNet adaptor cable
3. SeaTalkng® backbone.
Connecting the unit to an existing NMEA 2000
(DeviceNet) backbone
1
3
NMEA2000
2
4
D12060-2
1. SeaTalkng® device e.g. i70s / p70s / p70Rs
(i70s shown)
2. SeaTalkng® to DeviceNet adaptor cable
3. DeviceNet T-piece
4. NMEA 2000 backbone
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4.7 SeaTalk connection
4.8 Transducer connections
Connections to an existing SeaTalk system must be
made using a SeaTalk to SeaTalkng® adaptor cable.
iTC-5 connection
Basic SeaTalk system example
1
2
For details on connecting an iTC-5 to the SeaTalkng®
backbone and connecting transducers to the iTC-5,
refer to the documentation provided with your iTC-5.
Transducer pod connection
3
4
Transducer pods are available for wind, depth
and speed transducers. For detailed installation
instructions, refer to documentation supplied with
your pod.
5
7
6
7
6
8
1
3
2
9
10
11
12
12 V dc
D12058-3
1
Wind vane transducer
2
(SeaTalkng®
i60 Wind
Wind instrument)
3
i50 Depth
4
i50 Depth (SeaTalkng® Speed instrument)
5
i70s (SeaTalkng® Multifunctional instrument
display)
6
SeaTalkng® spur cables
7
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng® adaptor cables
8
Speed transducer
9
Depth transducer
10
SeaTalk Course computer (providing 12 V dc
power to SeaTalk network.)
11
ST6002(SeaTalk pilot controller )
12
12 / 24 V dc power supply
(SeaTalkng®
Depth instrument)
D12061-2
Item
Description
1
Speed and Temperature
transducer
Speed pod
2
3
SeaTalkng® T-Piece
connector
1. Connect the transducer to the pod, the pod
terminals are color-coded, ensure that each wire
is connected to the corresponding terminal.
2. Connect the pod to the SeaTalkng® backbone
using a SeaTalkng®spur cable and T-piece. Pods
must be located no further than 400 mm (15.75
in.) from the connection point on the backbone
SeaTalk power protection
The power supply must be protected by a 5 A fuse
or a circuit breaker providing equivalent protection.
Raymarine recommends that the power is connected
to a SeaTalk system in such a way that the current
drawn on each side of the power connection point
is equal.
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Chapter 5: Mounting
Chapter contents
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5.1 Bezel removal on page 30
5.2 Removing the keypad on page 30
5.3 Mounting on page 31
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5.1 Bezel removal
1
5.2 Removing the keypad
To remove the keypad from the unit follow the steps
below.
2
• Care Point — Take care not to bend the keypad as
this may prevent the keypad from fitting correctly.
3
4
D13430-1
1. Remove the Front bezel.
2. Using your fingers, grip the top edge of the
keypad and pull it down and away from the unit.
D13426-1
Removing the bezel
Note: Take care when removing the bezel. Do
not use any tools to lever the bezel, doing so may
cause damage.
1. Using your fingers pull the bezel away from the
unit at the top and on one side.
You should hear a click as each side is released.
2. Now pull the bezel away from the unit on the
opposite side.
The bezel can now be pulled away from the unit.
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5.3 Mounting
Pre-mounting check
The product is designed to be surface mounted.
Before mounting the unit, ensure you have:
• Selected a suitable location.
• Identified the cable connections and route that the
cables will take.
• Detached the front bezel.
Note: The supplied gasket provides a seal
between the unit and a suitably flat and stiff
mounting surface or binnacle. The gasket should
be used in all installations. It may also be
necessary to use a marine-grade sealant if the
mounting surface or binnacle is not entirely flat and
stiff or has a rough surface finish.
Refitting the keypad
The keypad is held in place by tabs, located on the
top and bottom edge of the keypad. To refit the
keypad correctly all of the tabs must be engaged.
• Remove the keypad mat.
Mounting diagram
D13436-1
D13425-1
1. Tilt the top edge of the keypad forwards and
insert the bottom edge into the unit, ensuring the
tabs line up with their respective slots.
Mounting instructions
1. Check the selected location for the unit, a clear,
flat area with suitable clearance behind the panel
is required.
2. Fix the mounting template supplied with the
product, to the selected location, using masking
or self adhesive tape.
3. If possible use an appropriate size hole cutter and
cut out the centre hole cut out area as indicated
on the mounting template, or
4. Using a suitable drill bit, make pilot holes in each
corner of the cut out area and using a jigsaw cut
along the inside edge of the cut out line.
5. Ensure that the unit fits into the removed area
and then file around the cut edge until smooth.
6. Drill any required holes as indicated on the
mounting template for the mounting fixings.
7. Peel the backing off of the supplied gasket and
place the adhesive side of the gasket onto the
display unit and press firmly onto the flange.
8. Connect the relevant cables to the unit.
9. Slide the unit into place and secure using the
fixings provided.
10. Fit keypad mat and front bezel.
D13431-1
2. Push the top edge of the keypad back and up
into the unit.
3. Using your fingers, apply pressure at each tab
location, ensuring that the keypad tabs are fully
engaged.
4. Refit the bezel.
Note: Drill, tap size and tightening torques are
dependant upon the material type and thickness
of the mounting surface.
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Chapter 6: Getting started
Chapter contents
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•
•
•
•
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
Controls on page 34
Power on page 34
Completing the startup wizard on page 35
Display settings on page 35
Multiple data sources (MDS) overview on page 37
Quick Options menu on page 38
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6.2 Power
6.1 Controls
Button
Name
Function
Powering on the unit
Power
Power on,
Power off, Open
brightness menu,
Cancel, Back
The unit will automatically turn on with the system,
unless it has previously been powered off using the
Power button.
Up
Move up, Increase
adjustment values
With the unit powered off:
1. Press and hold the Power button until the screen
turns on (approximately 2 seconds).
Powering off the unit
Down
Menu
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Move down,
Decrease
adjustment values
Open menu,
select, OK, Save
1. Press and hold the Power button until the power
count down timer reaches zero.
Note: When powered off, the unit will still draw
a small amount of power from the battery, if this
is a concern unplug the connector from the back
of the unit.
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6.3 Completing the startup wizard
6.4 Display settings
When you power-up the unit for the first time or after
a system reset the Startup Wizard is displayed.
Adjusting the unit’s brightness
The setup wizard guides your through the following
basic configuration settings:
1. Language
2. Boat Type
3. Welcome
To adjust the unit’s LCD brightness level, when it
is not part of a Shared Brightness group follow the
steps below.
1. Press the Power button.
The Display Brightness page is displayed.
2. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the
brightness to the required level.
3. Select Ok.
The Display Brightness page will time-out after 2
seconds, saving the new brightness level.
Shared Brightness
You can set up Shared Brightness groups which
enables simultaneous brightness adjustment the all
units that are part of the same group.
The following products are compatible with Shared
Brightness:
• LightHouseTM powered MFDs
D13427-1
1. Using the Up and Down buttons, highlight the
user interface Language that you want to use
and then press the Menu button to confirm the
selection.
2. Using the Up and Down buttons, highlight the
Boat Type that you want to use and then press
the Menu button to confirm the selection.
The Welcome page is displayed.
3. Select Continue.
The first of a pre-defined set of Favorite pages is
displayed.
• SeaTalkng® Instrument displays and Pilot
controllers
Any adjustments to the Shared Brightness level will
be reflected on all units assigned to the same group.
MFD
Instrument display / Pilot
Controller
Note: The Startup Wizard may not be displayed
if these settings have already been set on the
system that the unit is connected to.
Multiple brightness groups can be configured. These
groups could be used to reflect the physical location
of units on your vessel. For example, the units at
your helm can be set to one group, and the units on
the flybridge can be set to a different group.
Shared Brightness requires:
• all units to be compatible with the Shared
Brightness function (see list of compatible units
above).
• the Share brightness setting set to On for all units
in the brightness group.
• units to be assigned to Network Groups.
• all the displays in that group to be synchronized.
Assigning A Network Group
To enable the Shared Brightness and Color, unit’s
must be assigned to the same network group.
Compatible Instrument Displays and Pilot Controllers
will also share their Color Scheme.
From the Network Group menu: (Menu > Set-up >
System Set-up > Network Group)
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1. Select the Network Group that you want to assign
the unit to.
A list of network groups will be displayed:
Display response
Setting the Display Response
Setting the Display Response to a low value will
dampen data fluctuations to provide a more stable
reading. Setting the Display Response to a high
value will reduce then damping to make readings
more responsive.
• None (default)
• Helm 1
• Helm 2
• Cockpit
From the Display Settings menu: (Menu > Display
Settings )
1. Select Display Response.
2. Select the data type:
• Flybridge
• Mast
• Group 1 — Group 5
2. Select Brightness/Color Group.
3. Select This Group.
4. Select Sync.
• Speed
The System will now synchronize all units
assigned to the same group.
5. Select OK.
6. Carry out steps 1 to 5 on all unit’s.
• Wind angle
• Depth
• Wind speed
• Heading
The location of the Shared Brightness menu
on LightHouseTM MFDs is: (Homescreen >
Customize > Display Preferences > Shared
Brightness)
3. Adjust the value as required.
4. Select Save.
Adjusting the Brightness level will now effect all units
assigned to the same group.
Unsharing a unit
Instrument Displays and Pilot Controllers can be
removed from the Shared Brightness.
D13428-1
1. Press the Power button to display the Shared
Brightness page.
2. Select Unshare.
Selecting Share from the Display Brightness
page will switch back to Shared Brightness.
Changing the color scheme
From the colors menu: (Menu > Display Settings >
Colors)
1. Select a color scheme from the list
• Day 1
• Day 2
• Inverse
• Red/Black
If the unit is part of a network group, the color
scheme selected will change on all units that support
color schemes and are part of the same group.
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6.5 Multiple data sources (MDS)
overview
When a system includes multiple instances of a
data source the preferred data source is selected
automatically. The systems preferred source may not
be your preferred source, or if you are experiencing a
data conflict you can manually select your preferred
data source.
MDS enables you to choose a preferred source for
the following data types:
• GPS Position
• GPS Datum
• Time & Date
• Heading
• Depth
• Speed
• Wind
This exercise would usually be completed as part
of the initial installation, or when new equipment is
added.
For MDS to be available all products in the system
that use the data sources listed above, must be
MDS-compliant. The system will report any products
that are NOT MDS-compliant. It may be possible
to upgrade the software for these products, to
make them compliant. Visit the Raymarine website
(www.raymarine.com) to obtain the latest software
for your products.
If MDS-compliant software is not available for the
product and you do NOT want to use the systems
preferred data source, you must remove any
non-compliant product from the system. You should
then be able to select your preferred data source.
3. Select your preferred data source, or
4. Select Auto to allow the system to decide.
ACTIVE is displayed next to the data source that
is the current source for the data type.
Note: Once you have completed setting up your
preferred data sources, you may be able to add
the non-compliant products back into the system.
Selecting a preferred data source
From the System Set-up menu: (Menu > Set-up >
System Set-up)
1. Select Data Sources.
2. Select the Data type.
The unit will now search for and display a list of
all sources for the selected data type.
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6.6 Quick Options menu
The Quick Options menu (Menu > Quick Options)
is a dynamic menu that displays menu items relative
to the data displayed on the current Favorite page or
Quick View page being viewed.
Quick options menu items
Depending on the page being displayed different
quick options are available as follows:
Page displayed
Quick options available
Menu
Edit page
MOB (when MOB is active)
MOB
Maximum depth
Reset Maximum Depth
Minimum depth
Reset Minimum Depth
Maximum speed
Reset Maximum Speed
Average speed
Reset Average Speed
Trip
Reset Trip
Max. SOG
Reset Max. SOG
Ave. SOG
Reset Ave. SOG
CMG & DMG
Reset CMG & DMG
Maximum Sea Temperature
Reset Max. Sea
Temperature
Minimum Sea Temperature
Reset Min. Sea
Temperature
Maximum Air Temperature
Reset Max. Air Temperature
Minimum Air Temperature
Reset Min. Air Temperature
Maximum AWA
Reset Maximum. AWA
Minimum AWA
Reset Minimum. AWA
Maximum AWS
Reset Max. AWS
Minimum AWS
Reset Min. AWS
Maximum TWA
Reset Max. TWA
Minimum TWA
Reset Min. TWA
Maximum TWS
Reset Max. TWS
Minimum TWS
Reset Min. TWS
Race Timer
Start timer
Stop timer
Reset timer
Adjust start times
Graph
Time scale
(View data) page
Add to favorites
AIS
View AIS targets — (Only
shown if there is Heading or
stable COG data available.)
AIS range
AIS Silent mode
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Chapter 7: Transducer calibration
Chapter contents
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
Transducer types on page 40
Depth calibration on page 40
Speed calibration on page 41
Wind calibration on page 46
Rudder reference calibration on page 48
Compass calibration on page 49
Transducer calibration
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7.1 Transducer types
7.2 Depth calibration
The transducers listed in the table below can be
calibrated using the display.
Depth Offset
Transducer type
Connection
Depth transducers
connected via iTC-5 or Depth
pod
Speed and temperature
transducers
connected via iTC-5 or Speed
pod
Wind transducers
connected via iTC-5 or Wind
pod
Smart transducers
connected directly to SeaTalkng®
Fluxgate compass
connected via iTC-5
Rudder reference
connected via iTC-5
Depths are measured from the transducer to the
bottom, you can apply an offset value to the depth
data, so that the displayed depth reading represents
the depth to the bottom from either the keel (negative
offset) or the waterline (positive offset).
Before attempting to set a waterline or keel
offset, find out the vertical separation between the
transducer and either the waterline or the bottom
of your vessel’s keel, as appropriate. Then set the
appropriate depth offset value.
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2
3
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Waterline offset Values greater than zero (Positive
values) represent a waterline offset
2
Transducer
Zero offset represents the depth
from the transducer’s location
3
Keel offset
Values less than zero (Negative
values) represent a keel offset
Setting the depth offset
The depth calibration consists of setting a Depth
Offset that is relevant to your depth transducer’s
installed location.
From any favorite page:
1. Select Menu.
2. Select Set-up.
3. Select Transducers Set-up.
4. Select Continue.
The instrument display will search for and display
a list of connected devices. (i.e. iTC-5, DST or
transducer pod)
5. Select the device that the transducer(s) you are
calibrating are connected to.
A list of available transducer data is displayed,
6. * Select Depth.
Note: * Step only applicable to iTC-5.
7. Select Depth Offset.
8. Select Depth From:.
A list of transducer offsets is displayed:
• Waterline
• Keel
• Transducer (default)
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9. Select the location that you want depth
measurements to be taken from.
After selection the Depth Offset page is displayed.
If you have selected Waterline or Keel a Depth
Offset must be applied.
10. Select Offset:.
11. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the
Depth Offset to the required value.
The offset value should be the same as the
measured distance:
7.3 Speed calibration
Speed transducer calibration is required as
transducer performance is affected by a number of
variables such as transducer location, shape of the
hull and water flow characteristics. The purpose
of performing Speed calibration is to ensure that
the speed readings at the instrument are a true
indication of the vessel’s actual speed.
• from the transducer face to the Waterline, or
In order to achieve accurate results, speed
calibration must be carried out in calm conditions
with zero tide and zero current.
• from the transducer face to the bottom of the
Keel.
Speed calibration aligns the instruments log speed
(Speed Through Water) to:
• Speed Over Ground (SOG), or
12. Select Save.
Setting an incorrect Depth Offset could lead to your
vessel running aground.
• a referenced speed
Calibrating using SOG
For most installations a 1 Point Speed Calibration is
all that is required.
If the 1 point calibration does not provide sufficiently
accurate readings or you require a higher level of
precision for your speed readings then a Speed Run
Calibration can be carried out. It is advisable to carry
out the Speed Run Calibration at as many speeds as
possible. This is particularly important for planing
vessels.
* Conventional speed transducers have a maximum
of 5 calibration speeds, and smart transducers (e.g.
DST800) have up to 8.
If required each calibration point can also have a
calibration factor applied to further align the log
speed reading across different vessel speeds.
Note: * The Speed Run Calibration cannot be
performed when the transducer is connected to
a Speed Pod.
Calibrating without SOG
For most installations a 1 Point Speed Calibration
is all that is required. The calibration must be
performed using a way of estimating actual vessel
speed and adjusting the displayed reading so that
the log speed matches the your estimated speed.
If you do not have SOG data available then the
Speed Run Calibration cannot be performed.
If required, further calibration points can be added
and a calibration factor can be applied to further
align the log speed with actual vessel speed.
iTC-5
SOG
No
SOG
Smart (DST)
SOG
No
SOG
Speed pod
SOG
No
SOG
1 point
speed
calibration
Speed run
calibration
Manual
calibration
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1 Point Speed Calibration
Nautical measured mile markers
For most installations a 1 Point Speed Calibration is
all that is required.
Prerequisites:
• For best results SOG data should be available, or
an alternative method of estimating vessel speed
must be used (e.g. vessel speed can be estimated
using Nautical Measured Mile Markers or similar
landmarks of a known distance apart).
• You will need to be underway, with sufficient space
to maneuver unhindered.
• In order to achieve accurate results, water
conditions must be calm with zero tide and zero
current.
From a favorite page:
1. Select Menu.
2. Select Set-up.
3. Select Transducers Set-up.
4. Select Continue.
The instrument display will search for and display
a list of connected devices. (i.e. iTC-5, DST or
transducer pod)
5. Select the device that the transducer(s) you are
calibrating are connected to.
A list of available transducer data is displayed,
6. * Select Speed.
When neither SOG data or any other reliable means
of estimating Speed Through the Water (STW) is
available, Nautical Measured Mile Markers can
be used to help calibrate Log Speed. Nautical
measured mile markers are identified by two pairs of
posts or towers. The distance between each pair of
markers is 1 nautical mile.
Each marker in a pair is separated by distance and
elevation from its partner. The front marker is closer
to the water and shorter than the marker behind it.
Note: * Step only applicable to iTC-5.
7. Select Speed Calibration.
8. Select Adjust speed up/down.
The 1 Point Speed Calibration page is displayed.
Markers — side view
2
1
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1. Front marker
2. Rear marker
When the 2 markers appear vertically aligned
the vessel is on the correct range line to begin a
measured mile run.
Marker alignment
1
2
3
1
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2
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1. SOG speed reading
2. Current speed reading
If SOG is not available then the SOG value will
display dashes.
9. Accelerate your vessel to a steady, typical
cruising speed.
10. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the
current speed reading so that it matches the SOG
reading or matches your estimated speed.
11. Select Done when both values are the same.
The calibration complete page is displayed.
12. Select Ok.
If you experience significant deviation between SOG
and log speed readings at different vessel speeds
then a Speed Run Calibration should be performed.
Refer to the Performing a Speed Run Calibration
using SOG section for details.
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1. Left of range line
2. On range line
3. Right of range line
The vessel should already be at top speed and as
the first pair of markers appear aligned a stopwatch
should be started, when the vessel passes the
second pair of aligned markers the stopwatch is
stopped.
Measuring a nautical mile
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2
1
5
4
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1. Starting point (start stopwatch)
2. Measured mile
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4. First pair of markers
5. Second pair of markers
To provide a more accurate reading the vessel
should make between 4 to 6 runs in both directions
to allow for tide and wind conditions. The average
of the time taken over all runs should be used to
calculate Log Speed.
The vessel speed can then be worked out by taking
the distance travelled (1 nautical mile) and dividing it
by the average time taken to perform the run . The
resulting calculation is your average speed in knots.
Performing a Speed Run Calibration using
SOG
If a higher level of precision is required than
that achieved with the 1 Point Speed Calibration
procedure, a Speed Run Calibration should be
performed. The Speed Run Calibration will ensure
that the Log Speed reading is accurate over the
vessel’s full speed range.
Prerequisites:
• SOG data must be available.
• You will need to be underway, with sufficient space
to maneuver unhindered.
• In order to achieve accurate results, water
conditions must be calm with zero tide and zero
current.
Note: Speed Run Calibration is not available when
connected to a Speed Pod.
The steps below detail the method of calibrating:
• speed transducers connected via an iTC-5
• the speed element of a smart transducer
connected directly to the SeaTalkng network.
From a favorite page:
1. Select Menu.
2. Select Set-up.
3. Select Transducers Set-up.
4. Select Continue.
The instrument display will search for and display
a list of connected devices. (i.e. iTC-5, DST or
transducer pod)
5. Select the device that the transducer(s) you are
calibrating are connected to.
A list of available transducer data is displayed,
6. * Select Speed.
Note: * Step only applicable to iTC-5.
7. Select Speed Calibration.
8. Select New cal using SOG.
You will need to add calibration points at a range
of speeds spanning the full speed range of the
vessel. Conventional transducers can have up to
5 calibration points and smart transducers can
have up to 8. Ideally the calibration points should
be taken at regular increments throughout the
speed range with the last calibration point being
close to the vessel’s top speed.
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3
4
5
0 kts
50 kts
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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With the Speed Transducer connected to a
Speed Pod the 5 calibration points are fixed in
sequence at 2, 4, 8, 16 and 32 knots. When
adding calibration points during the Speed Run
Calibration ensure vessel speed is as close to
the fixed calibration point speeds as possible, as
the calibration factor applied will be the difference
between the actual vessel speed and the fixed
calibration point speed.
9. Select Start.
10. Ensure the vessel’s speed is steady at your first
calibration point speed and select Add.
11. Repeat step 10 for all remaining calibration
points, ensuring that the calibration points are
equally spaced throughout your vessel’s speed
range from stationary to top speed.
Once all calibration points have been successfully
added the Calibration complete message is
displayed.
12. Select Ok.
Calibration Table
By default Speed Transducers include a default
set of calibration points which are overwritten
during the normal speed calibration process. The
calibration points are stored in the Calibration Table.
The Calibration Table can be accessed from the
Advanced Menu.
From the Advanced Menu you can:
• View the existing Calibration Table
• Adjust the existing calibration points (Add, Edit or
Delete calibration points)
• Enter a new Calibration Table
• Check Log Speed against SOG
• Reset the Calibration Table to factory defaults
Viewing the calibration Table
Calibration points are stored in the Calibration Table.
From a favorite page:
1. Select Menu.
2. Select Set-up.
3. Select Transducers Set-up.
4. Select Continue.
The instrument display will search for and display
a list of connected devices. (i.e. iTC-5, DST or
transducer pod)
5. Select the device that the transducer(s) you are
calibrating are connected to.
A list of available transducer data is displayed,
6. * Select Speed.
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• The current speed value in knots
Note: * Step only applicable to iTC-5.
• The time in minutes it takes to cover the
measured distance
7. Select Speed Calibration.
8. Select Advanced.
9. Select View cal table.
The Calibration Table is displayed.
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2. Calculate the actual speed over the measured
distance using the calculation: (Speed = (60 x
Distance) / Time) The ‘60’ is used to ensure the
calculation is in minutes rather than hours or
tenths of an hour.
e.g. Distance = 14 nautical miles, Time = 105
minutes (1 hour 45 minutes) so:
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• S = (60 x D) / T
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• S = (60 x 14) / 105
1. Speed transducer connected via iTC-5 or
speed pod.
2. Smart DST transducer connected directly to
SeaTalkng.
10. Use the Up and Down buttons to scroll up and
down through the table.
11. Select Back to return to the Advanced Menu.
• S = 840 / 105
• S = 8 Kts
3. If the calculated speed is:
• The same as the current speed, (noted during
the Speed Run Calibration) then the calibration
is correct at this speed so no action is required.
• Not the same as the current speed. Calculate
a new, corrected Calibration Factor, as follows:
e.g. if actual speed equals 8 kts, indicated
speed was 7.5 kts and the old Calibration
Factor was 1.4 then:
Checking speed
The current speed can be checked at any time from
the Advanced Menu.
From the Advanced Menu:
1. Select Check speed.
The Check Speed page is displayed:
– new cal factor = actual speed x old factor /
indicated speed
– new cal factor = 8 x 1.4 / 7.5
– new cal factor = 11.2 / 7.5
– new cal factor = 1.49
Adding a Calibration Point
Calibration Points can be manually added to the
Calibration Table. The amount of Calibration Points
that can be stored is determined by the type of speed
transducer and method of connection.
The Check Speed page can also be accessed from
the Edit calibration options menu: Advanced >
Adjust cal table > Start > Options > Check speed.
Manually working out a Calibration Factor
New Calibration Factors can be worked out manually
following the steps below.
• You will need to be underway, with sufficient space
to maneuver unhindered.
• To ensure accuracy, water conditions should be
calm with zero tide and zero current.
• You will need to calibrate each calibration speed
point, starting with the lowest
1. In calm conditions with zero tide and zero current,
run your vessel at a steady speed, approximately
that of the selected calibration speed, over a
measured distance.
Make a note of:
• The measured distance in nautical miles
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From the Transducer found menu: Menu > Set-up >
Transducer set-up > Continue :
1. Select the device that the transducer(s) you are
calibrating are connected to.
A list of available transducer data is displayed,
2. * Select Speed.
Note: * Step only applicable to iTC-5.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Select Speed Calibration.
Select Advanced.
Select Adjust Calibration.
Select Start.
The current Calibration Table is displayed.
7. Select the relevant Calibration Point from the
table.
8. Select Options.
9. Select Add cal point.
10. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the
displayed Log Speed to match SOG, if available
or to match your estimated actual speed.
11. Select Add.
12. Select Ok.
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13. Repeat steps 7 to 11 for each Calibration Point
you want to add.
The more Calibration Points the higher the
accuracy of Log Speed.
Note: If the text appears red then the new reading
deviates too far from the stored reading. You will
need to add a Calibration Point closer to the stored
reading a try again.
Editing a Calibration Point
Existing Calibration Points can be manually edited.
From the Advanced Menu:
1. Select Adjust cal table.
2. Select Start.
3. Highlight the relevant Calibration Point from the
table.
4. Select Options.
5. Select Edit cal point.
The Calibration Point Adjustment page is
displayed.
6. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the
Calibration Factor for the selected speed to
match your new Calibration Factor.
7. Select Done to return to the Calibration Table.
8. Repeat steps 4 to 7 for all Calibration Points that
require adjustment.
9. Select Finish when all of the required Calibration
Points have been adjusted.
Deleting a Calibration Point
Calibration Points can be deleted from the Calibration
Table.
From the Adjust cal table menu:
1. Select Start.
2. Highlight the Calibration Point you want to delete.
3. Select Options.
4. Select Yes to delete.
The Calibration Point is deleted from the
Calibration Table.
Resetting the Calibration Table
The Calibration Table can be reset to factory default
values by following the steps below:
From the Advanced Menu:
1. Select Reset to defaults.
2. Select Yes.
3. Select Ok.
The Calibration Table is reset to factory default
values.
Entering a new Calibration Table
A new Calibration Table can be added manually. The
new Calibration Table replaces the existing table
which is deleted. This is useful when you have been
provided a specific calibration table for your hull type.
Note: You will need to work out your Calibration
Factors for each Calibration Point before you can
create the new Calibration Table.
Transducer calibration
From the Advanced Menu:
1. Select Enter new cal table.
2. Select Start.
All existing Calibration Points are deleted and you
will be prompted to enter new Calibration Points.
3. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the
desired speed that you want to add a Calibration
Point for.
4. Select Next.
5. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the
Calibration Factor to the correct value.
6. Select Done.
7. Select Add to add the next Calibration Point.
8. Repeat steps 3 to 7 for all Calibration Points you
want to add.
9. Select Finish when all Calibration Points have
been added.
10. Select OK.
Calibrating Water Temperature
The Water Temperature reading can be calibrated
as follows:
You will need an suitable thermometer to measure
the Water Temperature.
From a favorite page:
1. Select Menu.
2. Select Set-up.
3. Select Transducers Set-up.
4. Select Continue.
The instrument display will search for and display
a list of connected devices. (i.e. iTC-5, DST or
transducer pod)
5. Select the device that the transducer(s) you are
calibrating are connected to.
A list of available transducer data is displayed,
6. * Select Speed.
Note: * Step only applicable to iTC-5.
7. Select Current Temperature option.
8. Use a suitable thermometer to measure the
actual water temperature.
9. Use the Up and Down buttons to match the
displayed Water Temperature to the actual Water
Temperature measured by the thermometer.
10. Select Save to save the setting.
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7.4 Wind calibration
• Conditions should be calm (i.e. a slight sea) and
a steady breeze. Try to ensure the vessel is not
rolling or pitching too much.
Calibrating wind
• You will need to be underway, with sufficient space
to turn in a large slow circle unhindered.
• Conditions should be calm (i.e. a slight sea) and
a steady breeze. Try to ensure the vessel is not
rolling or pitching too much.
From a favorite page:
1. Select Menu.
2. Select Set-up.
3. Select Transducers Set-up.
4. Select Continue.
The instrument display will search for and display
a list of connected devices. (i.e. iTC-5, DST or
transducer pod)
5. Select the device that the transducer(s) you are
calibrating are connected to.
A list of available transducer data is displayed,
6. * Select Wind.
From the list of transducers found:
1. Select the device that the transducer(s) you are
calibrating are connected to.
A list of available transducer data is displayed,
2. * Select Wind.
Note: * Step only applicable to iTC-5.
3. Select Align Wind Xdcr.
4. Now steer your vessel directly into the wind and
select Continue.
Note: * Step only applicable to iTC-5.
7. Select Calibrate Wind Xdcr.
8. Keep the vessel speed below 2 kts and observing
the screen, start to turn the vessel in a circle,
then select Start.
9. Continue turning the vessel in circles until
Complete is displayed on-screen.
If your rate of turn is too fast during calibration,
a Slow Down message is displayed. If this
happens, reduce your rate of turn this can be
achieved by slowing down and / or steering in
a wider circle.
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Adjusting the wind transducer
You can manually adjust the offset.
• You will need to be underway, with sufficient space
to turn in a large slow circle unhindered.
• Conditions should be calm (i.e. a slight sea) and
a steady breeze. Try to ensure the vessel is not
rolling or pitching too much.
From the list of transducers found:
1. Steer your vessel directly into the wind
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10. Select Continue.
11. If required use the UP and DOWN buttons to
manually adjust the vane offset.
12. Press SELECT to complete the calibration
process and save the settings.
If required you can manually adjust each part of the
calibration steps by selecting the relevant options
from the Wind menu.
Aligning the wind transducer
• You will need to be underway, with sufficient space
to turn in a large slow circle unhindered.
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With your vessel sailing directly into the wind
the Apparent Wind Angle (AWA) should be 0
degrees.
2. Select the device that the transducer(s) you are
calibrating are connected to.
A list of available transducer data is displayed,
3. * Select Wind.
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4. Select Wind Xdcr Adjust.
4. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the
Calibration Factor until the AWS reading matches
your referenced source of AWS.
5. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the offset
value so that the reported AWA is 0 degrees.
6. Select Select.
Adjusting apparent wind speed
The Calibration Factor default is 1.00 the
Calibration Factor can be adjusted from 0.25 to
2.00.
5. Select Select to save the Calibration Factor.
To apply a Calibration Factor to the Apparent Wind
Speed (AWS) reading follow the steps below.
• To apply an offset to your AWS readings an
accurate reference for AWS must be used to
compare the instrument’s AWS reading against.
• Conditions should be calm (i.e. a slight sea) and
a steady breeze. Try to ensure the vessel is not
rolling or pitching too much.
From the list of transducers found:
1. Select the device that the transducer(s) you are
calibrating are connected to.
A list of available transducer data is displayed,
2. * Select Wind.
Note: * Step only applicable to iTC-5.
3. Select App Wind Speed.
The AWS Calibration Factor page is displayed.
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7.5 Rudder reference calibration
You can calibrate a rudder reference transducer that
is connected to an iTC-5.
The rudder reference transducer must be connected
to the rudder reference connection of the iTC-5
. Rudder reference transducers connected to an
autopilot must be calibrated using the pilot controller.
Centering the Rudder
Centering the Rudder requires a method of knowing
the Rudder’s actual position.
From a favorite page:
1. Select Menu.
2. Select Set-up.
3. Select Transducers Set-up.
4. Select Continue.
The instrument display will search for and display
a list of connected devices. (i.e. iTC-5, DST or
transducer pod)
5. Select iTC-5.
A list of available transducer data is displayed,
6. Select Rudder.
7. Select Centre Rudder.
10. Select Back to return to the Rudder Calibration
Menu.
Adjusting the Rudder Angle
You can manually adjust the Rudder Angle.
Manual adjustment of the Rudder Angle requires a
method of knowing the Rudder’s actual position.
From the transducers found page:
1. Ensure that the rudder is centered centred
2. Select iTC-5.
A list of available transducer data is displayed.
3. Select Rudder.
4. Select Adjust Rudder Angle.
5. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the
pointer so that the pointer and the reported
Rudder Angles are both zero.
6. Select Save.
Inverting the Rudder
If the display’s Rudder Pointer moves in the opposite
direction (i.e. when you turn the Rudder starboard
the pointer moves port) this can be corrected by
inverting the Rudder.
8. Turn the steering until the Rudder is centred.
The Rudder Reference has indicators on its base
and on the rudder arm, ensure these marks are
lined up.
9. With the Rudder centered, select Ok.
The pointer is zeroed on the display.
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From the transducers found page:
1. Ensure that the rudder is centred.
2. Select iTC-5.
A list of available transducer data is displayed.
3. Select Rudder.
4. Select Invert Rudder Angle.
5. If the pointer is pointed in the opposite direction
than that expected, select Invert .
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7.6 Compass calibration
You can calibrate a Fluxgate Compass that is
connected to an iTC-5.
The compass must be connected to the compass
connection of the iTC-5 . Compasses connected
to an autopilot must be calibrated using a Pilot
Controller.
Swinging the Compass
You will need to turn your vessel in slow circles while
the system automatically makes adjustments to
account for Compass Deviation. Each 360-degree
circle should take no less than two minutes, and you
should complete at least two circles.
It is recommended that a second instrument display
or MFD is used to display heading data, whilst
performing the Compass Swing.
From a favorite page:
1. Select Menu.
2. Select Set-up.
3. Select Transducers Set-up.
4. Select Continue.
The instrument display will search for and display
a list of connected devices. (i.e. iTC-5, DST or
transducer pod)
5. Select iTC-5.
A list of available transducer data is displayed,
6. Select Compass.
7. Select Swing Compass.
8. Start moving vessel in slow even circles, then
press Start.
9. Keep vessel speed to below 2 knots. Watch the
display to ensure your turn rate is not too fast. If
the message ‘Slow Down — turn rate too fast’ is
displayed reduce your rate of turn, this can be
achieved by slowing down and / or steering in
a wider circle.
metal items or items that may cause interference,
then repeat the calibration process. If you still
find a deviation of more than 15 degrees, contact
your Raymarine dealer for advice. If the deviation
is within acceptable limits, press Cancel.
Setting the Compass Offset
You can manually apply an offset to the Compass
heading by following the steps below.
To apply an offset you require a source of heading
such as the ship’s compass.
From the transducers found page:
1. Ensure that the Rudder is centred
2. Select iTC-5.
A list of available transducer data is displayed.
3. Select Compass.
4. Select Compass Offset.
5. Steer your vessel on a steady course.
6. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the
Compass Offset until the displayed heading
matches the heading of the ship’s compass.
7. Select Save.
If the 'Slow Down — turn rate too fast' message
is displayed the current circle will have to be
repeated.
When the Compass has been calibrated, a
message will be displayed showing the detected
Compass Deviation.
10. If the deviation is greater than 15 degrees you will
need to relocate the Compass further away from
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Chapter contents
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8.1 Favorite pages on page 52
8.2 Customizing pages on page 52
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8.1 Favorite pages
8.2 Customizing pages
The unit displays data on Favorite pages. The
Favorite pages displayed are dependent on the Boat
Type selected during the Startup Wizard.
Favorite pages can be customized from the
Favorites page menu. You can:
• Edit an existing page.
• Add new pages.
• Delete pages.
• Change page order.
• Set pages to Rollover
Editing an existing page
The layout and data displayed on each page can
be changed.
With the page that you want to edit displayed
onscreen:
1. Select Menu.
2. Select Quick Options.
3. Select Edit Page.
4. Select the page that you want to edit.
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Selecting pages
1. Use the Up and Down buttons to cycle through
the available pages.
Alternatively you can use the Rollover feature: (Menu
> Favorite Pages > Rollover) to automatically cycle
through the available pages.
5. Use the Up and Down buttons to highlight the
cell that you want to change.
6. Press the Menu button to choose a new data
item.
7. Select a data item category.
8. Select the data item/layout from the category list.
If a data item cannot be displayed in the selected
cell it will be grayed out.
9. Follow steps 5 to 8 for the remaining cells that
you want top change.
10. When finished highlight the onscreen tick and
select Save.
The Edit page menu is also available from the
Favorite Pages menu: (Menu > Favorite Pages
> Edit Page).
Adding a page
You can add new custom Favorite pages.
The maximum number of Favorite pages is 10.
From the Main menu:
1. Select Favorite Pages.
2. Select New Page from the menu.
If you already have 10 Favorite pages, you
cannot add another page without first deleting
one of the existing pages. Otherwise you will be
taken to a page layout option screen.
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3. Select the required layout.
4. Select a cell.
5. Browse the Data Categories list and select the
Data item that you want to display in the selected
cell.
6. Complete steps 2 and 3 for all remaining cells.
7. When finished highlight the onscreen tick and
select Save.
The new page is added to the bottom of the current
set of Favorite pages.
Deleting a page
To delete a page follow the steps below.
The minimum number of Favorite pages is one.
From the Favorite Pages menu: (Menu > Favorite
Pages).
1. Select Delete Page.
If you have two or more pages you will be able
to delete a page.
2. Select a the page that you want to delete.
3. Select Yes.
The page is now deleted.
Changing the page order
From the Favorite Pages menu: (Menu > Favorite
Pages).
1. Select Page order.
2. Select the page you wish to move.
Page numbers are shown momentarily when you
manually cycle through Favorite pages.
3. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the new
location for the page.
4. Select Save.
Setting page Rollover
Using the Rollover feature enables the Favorite
pages to cycle automatically.
From the Favorite Pages menu:
1. select Rollover.
2. Select a Time interval, or .
The Time intervals available are: 2 Secs, 5 Secs,
and 10 Secs.
3. Select Off to switch Rollover off.
Resetting accumulative data
Minimum, Average, Maximum and distance data
accumulates over time and can be reset.
The data item you want to reset must be displayed
onscreen either as part of a Favorite page or as a
Data (Quick view) page.
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Select Quick Options.
3. Select the relevant Reset options.
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Chapter contents
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9.1 Data items on page 56
9.2 Viewing Data (Quick View) on page 58
9.3 Adding a Quick View as a Favorite page on page 59
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9.1 Data items
The table below shows a list of possible data items
available to display on Favorite Pages and using
the Data (Quick View) menu.
Note: The data described in the table below is
dependent on the devices that are connected to
your system.
Data Category
Favorite Page
(Data Items)
Quick View (Data
Items)
AIS
• AIS
• AIS
Battery (1)
• Battery Current
• Battery Current
• Battery
Temperature
• Battery
Temperature
Boat
• Battery Volts
• Battery Volts
• Rate of Turn
• Rate of Turn
• Tilt
• Tilt
Data Category
Environment
• Sea
Temperature
• Air Temperature
• Barometric
Pressure
• Barometric
Pressure
History
• Fresh Water
Tank
• Drift
• Drift History
• Humidity
• Min Air
Temperature
• Sea
Temperature
• Air Temperature • Min Sea
Temperature
History
• Min Depth
• Max Depth
• Depth History
• Min Depth
• Log
• Log
• Trip
• Trip
• Wind Chill
Apparent
• Engine Hours
• Boost Pressure
• Wind Chill True
• Trim Position
• Coolant
Pressure
• Dew Point
• Coolant
Temperature
• Dew Point
• Max Air
Temperature
• Depth History
• Coolant
Pressure
• Barometric
Pressure
History
• Max Air
Temperature
• Max Depth
• Oil Temperature
• Barometric
Pressure
• Min Air
Temperature
• Depth
• Oil Pressure
• Air Temperature
History
• Air Temperature
• Depth
• RPM
• Sunset /
Sunrise
• Max Sea
Temperature
• Set
• Sea
Temperature
History
• Drift
• Humidity
• Coolant
Temperature
• Set
• Set History
• Set & Drift Pair
• Sunset /
Sunrise
• Engine Hours
• Wind Chill
Apparent
• RPM
• Wind Chill True
• Oil Pressure
• Oil Temperature
Fuel (1)
Fuel management
is dependent on
engine data that
is available on
SeaTalkng®.
• Distance To
Empty
• Distance To
Empty
• Fuel Flow Rate
• Fuel Flow Rate
• Fuel Flow Rate
Total
• Fuel Flow Rate
Total
• Fuel Economy
• Boost Pressure
• Trim Position
• Load
• Load
• Alternator
Potential
• Alternator
Potential
• Fuel Flow –
Average
• Transmission
Oil Pressure
• Transmission
Oil Pressure
• Fuel Economy
• Fuel Flow –
Average
• Total Fuel
• Fuel Level
• Est. Fuel
Remaining
• Total Fuel
• Transmission
• Transmission
Oil Temperature
Oil Temperature
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• 1 Engine
Overview
• Sea
Temperature
History
• Black Water
Tank
Engine (1)
• 1 Engine
Overview
• Min Sea
Temperature
• Gray Water
Tank
Distance
Quick View (Data
Items)
• Max Sea
Temperature
• Trim Tabs
Depth
Favorite Page
(Data Items)
• Transmission
• Transmission
• 2 Engine
Overview
• 2 Engine
Overview
• Fuel Level
• Est. Fuel
Remaining
• Fuel Pressure
• Fuel Pressure
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Data Category
Favorite Page
(Data Items)
Quick View (Data
Items)
Data Category
GPS
• SOG
• COG
Navigation
• SOG History
• COG History
• Max. SOG
• COG and SOG
• Avg. SOG
• HDOP
• COG
• Latitude
• COG History
• LAT & LON
• COG and SOG
• Longitude
• Latitude
Heading
Favorite Page
(Data Items)
Quick View (Data
Items)
• Active Waypoint • Active Waypoint
Name
Name
• Waypoint ID
• Waypoint ID
• Course Made
Good
• Course Made
Good
• CMG & DMG
• CMG History
• CMG & VMG
• BTW
• Distance Made
Good
• DTW
• SATS
• LAT & LON
• SATS + HDOP
• BTW
• Longitude
• SOG
• BTW & DTW
• Distance Made
Good
• SATS
• SOG History
• DTW
• CMG & DMG
• HDOP
• Max. SOG
• XTE
• CMG & VMG
• SATS + HDOP
• Avg. SOG
• ETA
• Course to Steer
• Heading
• Heading
• TTG
• CTS & XTE
• Heading &
speed
• Heading &
speed
• Course to Steer
• ETA
• CTS & XTE
• TTG
• Rolling Road
• XTE
• Turn
• XTE History
• Turn & DTW
• Rolling Road
• Heading History • Heading History
• Locked Heading • Locked Heading
• Error & Locked
Heading
• Error & Locked
Heading
• Tack Heading
• Tack Heading
• Heading
(Multi-gauge)
• Heading
(Multi-gauge)
• BTW & DTW
• Turn
• Turn & DTW
Pilot
Speed
• Pilot Heading
• Pilot Heading
• Pilot Heading &
Speed Pair
• Pilot Heading &
Speed Pair
• Pilot Status
• Pilot Status
• Rudder Angle
• Rudder Angle
• Speed
• Average Speed
• Trolling Speed
• Boat Speed &
SOG
• Max Speed
• Average Speed
• VMG Windward
• VMG WPT
• Boat Speed &
SOG
• Speed History
• Max Speed
• Speed
• Speed History
• Trolling Speed
• VMG Windward
• VMG Windward
History
• VMG WPT
• VMG WPT
History
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Data Category
Favorite Page
(Data Items)
Quick View (Data
Items)
Time
• Local Time
• Clock
• Time & Date
• Local Time
• Clock
• Time & Date
• Race Timer
• Race Timer
• AWS
• AWA
• AWS History
• AWA History
• AWS Min
• AWA & AWS
• AWS Max
• AWA (CH) &
AWS
Wind
• AWA
• AWA & AWS
• AWA (CH) &
AWS
• AWA Max
• AWA Min
• AWS
• AWA History
• AWS History
• AWA Min
• AWS Max
• AWA Max
• AWS Min
• TWS
• Beaufort
• TWS History
• Cardinal
• TWS Min
• GWD
• TWS Max
• GWD History
• TWA
• GWD &
Beaufort
• TWA (CH) &
TWS
• TWD
• TWD History
• TWA & VMG
• TWA
• TWA History
• TWA History
• TWA Min
• TWA & TWS
• TWA Max
• TWA (CH) &
TWS
• GWD
• GWD &
Beaufort
You can use the Data (Quick View) menu to
view data that may not be available on the current
Favorite Pages.
1. Select Data (Quick View) from the main menu.
2. Select a Data Category.
3. Select the Data item and your preferred graphic
type, if available.
The data will be displayed full screen.
• AWA & VMG
• AWA & VMG
• TWA & TWS
9.2 Viewing Data (Quick View)
• TWA & VMG
• TWA Max
• GWD History
• TWA Min
• Cardinal
• TWS
• Beaufort
• TWS History
• TWD
• TWS Max
• TWD History
• TWS Min
Note: (1) There may be more than one device
configured, Data items will be available for each
configured device.
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9.3 Adding a Quick View as a Favorite
page
The Quick View data pages can be added as a
Favorite page.
From the Data (Quick View) menu:
1. Select the Data item so that it is displayed
onscreen.
2. Press the Menu button.
3. Select Quick Options.
4. Select Add to Favorites.
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Chapter 10: AIS
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AIS
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
AIS Overview on page 62
AIS target symbols on page 63
Setting AIS Range on page 64
Viewing AIS target information on page 64
Enabling and disabling AIS Silent mode on page 65
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10.1 AIS Overview
AIS Messages
When an AIS receiver/transceiver is connected
to your system, the AIS feature enables you to
receive information broadcast by other AIS equipped
vessels, and to view these vessels as targets
relative to your boat. The AIS feature on the unit is
standalone, settings and alarms cannot be shared
with other AIS enabled products on your system.
AIS Messages
Description
AIS off
AIS Unit off
(none)
AIS is on and transmitting
Alarm on icon
AIS on, transmitting, alarm is
active.
Silent
AIS on & user is silent to
other vessels.
Alarm on
AIS on, user is silent to other
vessels & alarm is active.
Alarm off icon
AIS on & Alarm off
Data lost
AIS on & data lost.
No fix
AIS on & lost GPS fix.
Insufficient COG/Hdg data
No stable COG or heading
data
How AIS Works
AIS uses digital radio signals to broadcast ‘real-time’
information between vessels and shore-based
stations via dedicated VHF radio frequencies. This
information is used to identify and track vessels in
the surrounding area and to provide fast, automatic
and accurate collision avoidance data.
Note: It is not mandatory for vessels to be fitted
with operational AIS equipment. Therefore, you
should not assume that ALL vessels in your area
are displayed.
With an optional AIS unit connected to your system
you can:
AIS-equipped vessels in the surrounding area are
displayed on the page as targets. A maximum of 25
targets can be displayed, where more than 25 targets
are in range Max targets is displayed onscreen.
• Display targets for any other AIS-equipped
vessels.
• Display voyage information being broadcast by
these targets, such as their position, course,
speed and rate-of-turn.
• Display basic or detailed information for each
target vessel, including safety-critical target data.
• Set up a safe zone around your vessel.
• View AIS alarm and safety-related messages.
AIS information is displayed on the screen as shown
below:
1
4
5
2
2
3
6
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Item
Description
1
AIS text
See AIS messages in table
below
2
AIS target
3
Dangerous targets alarm on
4
Heading line
5
COG line
6
Dangerous targets alarm off
Note: Where unstable or no heading or COG data
is available AIS targets and your vessel icon will
not be displayed.
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10.2 AIS target symbols
Target type
Description
Your display shows a range of symbols to represent
the different types of AIS target.
Aid To Navigation
(AToN) target
(Virtual)
AToN target is
OFF position &
lost. Target black
with red cross and
flashes.
Land base station
target
Land base station
target is ONLINE.
Yacht
Target vessel type
is a yacht.
Commercial
Vessel
Target vessel type
is a commercial
vessel.
High speed vessel
Target vessel type
is a high speed
vessel.
Target type
Description
Symbol
Transmitting target Target not
activated,
dangerous or lost.
Target is moving or
at anchor.
Selected target
Dangerous target
Target selected
with cursor. Can
view detailed data.
Targets within
specified distance
(CPA) or
time (TCPA).
Dangerous target
alarm sounds if
enabled. Target
red and flashes.
Uncertain target
Calculated CPA
/ TCPA value
uncertain.
Lost target
When signal of
dangerous target
not received for 20
seconds. Target
in latest predicted
position. Alarms
sounds if enabled.
Target with red
cross and flashes.
Aid To Navigation
(AToN) target
(Real)
AToN target is ON
position.
Aid To Navigation
(AToN) target
(Real)
AToN target is OFF
position. Target
red.
Aid To Navigation
(AToN) target
(Real)
AToN target is
OFF position &
dangerous. Target
black and flashes.
Aid To Navigation
(AToN) target
(Real)
AToN target is
OFF position &
lost. Target black
with red cross and
flashes.
Aid To Navigation
(AToN) target
(Virtual)
AToN target is ON
position.
Aid To Navigation
(AToN) target
(Virtual)
AtoN target is OFF
position. Target
red.
Aid To Navigation
(AToN) target
(Virtual)
AToN target is
OFF position &
dangerous. Target
black and flashes.
AIS
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10.3 Setting AIS Range
10.4 Viewing AIS target information
The distance displayed on the AIS page can be
adjusted.
You can view information about AIS targets.
With the AIS page displayed:
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Select Quick Options.
3. Select View AIS targets.
4. Use the Up and Down buttons to select an AIS
target.
The Name of the vessel will be displayed in the
page header.
5. Select Info to view detailed target information.
The information displayed is dependent on he
type of target selected.
With the AIS page displayed:
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Select Quick options .
3. Select AIS Range.
4. Select the Range you want to display.
• Vessel name
• MMSI number
• Vessel type
• Call sign
• SOG
6. Use the Up and Down buttons to scroll through
the data.
7. To return to the AIS page, select Back .
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10.5 Enabling and disabling AIS Silent
mode
AIS silent mode enables you to disable the
transmitting functions of your AIS equipment. This
is useful when you do not want to transmit your
vessel’s AIS data to other AIS receivers, but still wish
to receive data from other vessels.
Note: Not all AIS equipment supports silent mode.
For more information, refer to the documentation
that accompanied your AIS unit.
From the AIS page:
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Select Quick options.
3. Select AIS Silent mode.
4. Select Silent to stop your AIS position and details
being transmitted, or
5. Select Transmit to allow your AIS position and
details to be received by other AIS equipped
vessels.
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11.1 Setting the Race Timer on page 68
11.2 Using the Race Timer on page 68
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11.1 Setting the Race Timer
11.2 Using the Race Timer
The Race Timer is used to show the time elapsed
since the start of a race. The Race Timer has 3
countdown timers. When a timer count down is
complete (reaches zero) then the Race Timer will
start to count up.
With the Race Timer page displayed:
1. Select Start.
The first star timer will begin to count down,
audible beeps are sounded as follows:
If the Race Timer has not been added as a Favorite
Page then it can be accessed from the Data (Quick
View) menu: Menu > Data (Quick View) > Time
> Race Timer.
• Double beep every minute.
• Beep Three times at the start of the last 30
seconds.
• Beep every second for the last 10 seconds.
• Beep for two seconds when the timer reaches
zero
2. You can select Skip to skip to the next start timer.
With the third start timer counting down you can
select Count up to start the timer counting up
from zero.
3. You can stop the start timer count down by
selecting Stop from the Quick Options menu.
4. When stopped, you can resume the count down
by selecting Resume.
5. The Race Timer page can be reset by selecting
Reset Timer from the Quick Options menu.
With the Race Timer page displayed:
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Select Quick Options.
3. Select Adjust start timers.
4. Select a start timer
5. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the timer
to the required value.
6. Select Save.
7. Complete steps 4 to 6 for each start timer you
want to adjust.
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Note: You can view other Favorite pages and
menus whilst the Race Timer is running.
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12.1 Alarms
Alarm settings
Alarms are used to alert you to a situation or hazard
requiring your attention.
Most alarms are generated locally using specified
thresholds. They are also transmitted to the
SeaTalk and SeaTalkng networks for display at other
compatible devices.
Some examples of alarms are:
• Anchor alarm — Used when anchored, this alerts
you to a change in depth which could mean that
the chain length requires adjusting.
Category
Alarm
Depth
Shallow
Content
Alarm
• Off (default)
• Depth and speed alarms — These alarms alert
you when your depth or speed moves outside of
specified limits, for example a minimum depth.
Adjust
• MOB (Man Overboard) alarm — Received from an
MOB system.
When an alarm occurs, a message is displayed and
an audible alarm may sound.
• On
• 0 — xxx
FT
• 5
ft (default)
Depth
Deep
Alarm
• On
• Off (default)
AIS te xt
Adjust
• 0 — xxx
FT
• 100
ft (default)
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Depth
You can either:
Shallow
Anchor
Alarm
• Off (default)
• Silence the alarm, or
• Silence the alarm and edit the alarm settings.
Note: With the exception of the Alarm clock,
Speed and Sea temperature; SeaTalk systems will
only be able to switch alarms on and off, SeaTalkng
systems will also be able to adjust settings.
• On
Adjust
• 0 — xxx
FT
• 5
ft (default)
Depth
Deep
Anchor
Alarm
• Off (default)
Man over Board (MoB) alarm
In the event of a MOB alarm, the instrument provides
details to help find the MoB target.
• On
Adjust
• 0 — xxx
FT
• 100
ft (default)
Speed
Boat Speed
High
Alarm
• On
• Off (default)
Adjust
• 0 — 100
KTS
• 30 kts (default)
Speed
• Brg: Bearing to MoB waypoint.
Boat Speed
Low
Alarm
• On
• Off (default)
Adjust
• Rng: Range to MoB waypoint.
• 0 — 100
KTS
• 5 kts (default)
• Elapsed time since start of MoB alarm.
Bearing and Range require GPS data to be available
on the network.
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Category
Alarm
Temperature Sea Temp.
High
Alarm
Content
Category
Alarm
• On
Wind
TWS Low
True Wind
Speed low
• Off (default)
Adjust
Content
Alarm
• Off (default)
Adjust
• 0 — 50ºC
• 10ºC (default)
Temperature Sea Temp.
Low
Alarm
Adjust
Wind
TWA High
True Wind
Angle high
AWS High
Apparent
Wind Speed
high
Alarm
Adjust
AWS Low
Apparent
Wind Speed
low
Alarm
Wind
TWA Low
True Wind
Angle low
• 0 — 200
KTS
• On
Alarm
Adjust
AWA High
Apparent
Wind Angle
high
Alarm
Other
Alarm Clock
Alarm
Time
• 0 — 200
KTS
Wind
AWA Low
Apparent
Wind Angle
low
Alarm
TWS High
True Wind
Speed high
Alarm
Other
Off Course
Adjust
Alarm
Adjust
Other
MOB
Man
Overboard
Alarm
Other
Battery Low
Alarm
• On (default)
• Off
• On
• On
• Off (default)
Adjust
• 10 kts (default)
Instrument alarms
• 0 — 180 º
• 5º (default)
• 0 — 180º
• 0 — 200
KTS
• On
• Off (default)
• On
• Off (default)
• 24 hour
• am / pm
• 0 — 180º
• 10º (default)
Wind
Format
• Off (default)
Adjust
• 12:00 am
— 12:00
pm
• 00.00 –
23:59 24
hr
• On
• 25º (default)
• On
• Off (default)
• Off (default)
Adjust
• 0 — 180 º
• 10º (default)
• 10 kts (default)
Wind
• On
• Off (default)
• Off (default)
Adjust
• 0 — 180º
• 25º (default)
• 25 kts (default)
Wind
• On
• Off (default)
• On
• Off (default)
Adjust
Alarm
• 0 — 50ºC
• 1ºC (default)
Wind
• 0 — 200
KTS
• 10 kts (default)
• On
• Off (default)
• On
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Category
Alarm
Other
AIS Alarm
Content
Safety
messages
• On
Dangerous
target
• On
Safe zone
• (0.1 , 0.2,
0.5, 1.0,
2.0) nm
• Off (default)
• Off (default)
• (0.1 , 0.2,
0.5, 1.0,
2.0) sm
• (0.2, 0.5,
1.0, 2.0,
5.0) km
Time to safe
zone
• 3 min
• 6 min
• 12 min
• 24 min
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Chapter contents
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13.1 Setup menu on page 74
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13.1 Setup menu
The Set-up menu provides settings to configure the
unit.
Menu item
Description
Options
Transducer
Set-up
Set up and
calibrate
transducers
as detailed
in Transducer
calibration section
above.
List of connected,
compatible
transducers.
User Preferences
Configure User
Preferences.
• Time & Date
• Units
• Language
• Boat Type
• Boat Details
• Variation
• Key Beep
System set up
Configure network
groups and data
sources.
• Network group
• Brightness/Color
Group
• Data Sources
• About System
Set Up
Simulator
Enables and
disables simulator
mode. The
simulator
produces
simulated data
to enable you to
practice operating
the unit.
• On
• Off
Note: The
Simulator will
not product
simulated data
if other product
are present on
the SeaTalkng®
network.
Factory reset
Diagnostics
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Delete user
settings and
Restore unit to
factory default
settings.
• Yes
Information About
the unit, device
connected to the
network and a
diagnostics Self
Test.
• About display
• No
• About system
• Self Test
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Transducer setup menu
The Transducer Set-up menu enables calibration of connected transducers.
Menu item
Description
Options
iTC-5
Enables setup and calibration of transducers
connected using an iTC-5.
• Depth
• Speed
• Wind
• Rudder reference
• Compass
Depth
Enables setup and calibration of depth
transducers and provides the following options:
• Details
• Depth offset
Details displays can supply information about
the installed transducer or interface such as
Serial No. and Software version etc.
Depth offset allows you to set the offset
distance so that the displayed depth reading
represents the depth to the sea bed from either
the keel or the waterline.
• Depth from:
– Keel
– Transducer
– Water line
• Offset:
– 0 to 99 ft, m
• About depth offset
Speed
Enables setup and calibration of speed
transducers and provides the following options:
• Details
• Speed calibration speed should be
calibrated at each of the speed points shown
under speed calibration.
• Calibrate water temperature
Details displays can supply information about
the installed transducer or interface such as
Serial No. and Software version etc.
Speed calibration:
• speed settings are determined by the
calibration points stored either in the
transducer or the interface unit.
Calibrate water temperature:
• xxx ºC or ºF
Wind
Enables setup and calibration of wind
transducers and provides the following options:
• Calibrate vane
Details displays information about the installed
transducer, Serial No. and Software version etc.
Calibrate vane- follow the on screen instructions
to calibrate the wind vane.
App wind speed:
• App wind speed calibration
• xx kts
Enables setup and calibration of DST (Depth,
Speed, and Temperature) smart transducers
and provides the following options:
DST800 details displays information about the
installed transducer, Serial No. and Software
version etc.
Depth offset allows you to set the offset
distance so that the displayed depth reading
represents the depth to the sea bed from either
the keel or the waterline.
• Wind detail
DST800
• DST800 details
• Depth offset
• Speed calibration
• Temperature offset
• Depth from:
– Water line
– Keel
– Transducer
• Offset:
– 0 to 99 ft
• About depth offset
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Menu item
Description
Options
Speed calibration:
• Add — adds a new speed setting using
current SOG reading.
• Edit — edits a speed setting in 0.1 kt
increments.
• Delete — deletes the selected speed setting.
• Reset — resets speed calibration to default
settings.
Temperature offset:
• xxx ºC or ºF
DT800
Enables setup and calibration of DT (Depth, and DT800 details displays information about the
Temperature) smart transducers and provides
installed transducer, Serial No. and Software
the following options:
version etc.
Depth offset allows you to set the offset
• DT800 details
distance so that the displayed depth reading
represents the depth to the sea bed from either
• Depth offset
the keel or the waterline.
• Temperature offset
• Depth from:
– Water line
– Keel
– Transducer
• Offset:
– 0 to 99 ft, m
• About depth offset
Temperature offset:
• xxx ºC or ºF
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User Preferences menu
The User Preferences menu enables you to customize the unit settings.
Menu item
Description
Options
Time & Date
These options enable you to customize the date Date format:
and time format to your requirements. You can
• mm/dd/yy
also specify a local time offset from Universal
Time Constant (UTC), to compensate for any
• dd/mm/yy
time zone difference.
Time format:
• 12hr
• 24hr
Time offset:
• –13 to +13 hours
Units
Enables you to specify the units used for the
following key measurements:
• Speed
• Distance
• Depth
• Wind speed
• Temperature
• Flow rate
• Heading
• Pressure
• Volume
• Barometric
Speed:
• kts — knots.
• mph — miles per hour.
• km/h — Kilometers per hour.
Distance:
• nm — Nautical miles.
• sm — Statute miles.
• km — Kilometers.
Depth:
• ft — Feet
• m — Metres
• fa — Fathoms
Wind speed:
• kts — knots.
• m/s — metres per second.
Temperature:
• ºC — degrees centigrade.
• ºF — degrees fahrenheit.
Flow Rate
• UK Gal/H — UK gallons per hour.
• US Gal/H — US gallons per hour.
• LPH — Liters per hour.
Heading:
• Mag — magnetic.
• True
Pressure
• PSI — pounds per square inch.
• Bar — bar.
• kPa — Kilo pascals.
Volume:
• UK Gallons
• US Gallons
• ltr — liter.
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Menu item
Description
Options
Language
Determines the language that will be used for all • English (UK)
on-screen text, labels, menus and options.
• English (US)
• Chinese
• Croatian
• Danish
• Dutch
• Finnish
• French
• German
• Greek
• Italian
• Japanese
• Korean
• Norwegian
• Polish
• Portuguese (Brazilian)
• Russian
• Spanish
• Swedish
• Turkish
Boat Type
Determines the default setup of the unit and
favorite pages
• Race Sail
• Sail Cruiser
• Catamaran
• Workboat
• RIB
• Outboard Speedboat
• Inboard Speedboat
• Power Cruiser 1 (<12kts)
• Power Cruiser 2 (<30kts)
• Power Cruiser 3 (>30kts)
• Sport Fishing
• Pro Fishing
Boat Details
Enable you to specify the following:
Number of engines:
• Number of engines
• 1—5
• Number of batteries
Number of batteries
• Number of fuel tanks
• 1—5
• Max RPM range
Number of fuel tanks
• RPM Red Zone
• 1—5
Max RPM range
• Auto (default)
• 3000 rpm
• 4000 rpm
• 5000 rpm
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Description
Options
• 6000 rpm
• 7000 rpm
• 8000 rpm
• 9000 rpm
• 10000 rpm
RPM Red Zone
• Auto (default)
• Custom value
Variation
Enables you to turn on and off magnetic
variation, specify slave source or adjust
manually.
• Variation mode
• Variation range
Variation mode:
• On
• Off (default)
• Slave
Variation range:
• -30º — +30º
Key Beep
Setup menu
Enable and disable the audible beep when
pressing buttons.
• On (default)
• Off
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System set-up menu
The System set-up menu enables users to customize the following user settings:
Menu item
Description
Options
Network group
Allows adding multiple units together in
a group so that when the color scheme
or brightness is changed on one unit the
changes are applied to all units in the
group.
Predefined groups
• None
• Helm 1
• Helm 2
• Cockpit
• Flybridge
• Mast
Undefined
• Group-1 — Group-5
Brightness / color group
Enables synchronization of the displays
brightness and color to be the same as
the other units in the same group.
Sync brightness / color
• This display
• This group
Data sources
Allows you to view and select preferred
data sources.
• Select data source
• Data source found
• Data source details
Select data source
• GPS position
• GPS Datum
• Time & Date
• Heading
• Depth
• Speed
• Wind
Data source found
• model name — serial number
Port ID
Data source details
• Device name
• Serial No.
• Port ID
• Status or No data
About system set-up
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Diagnostics menu
You can access diagnostics details from the Diagnostics menu: (Menu > Set-up > Diagnostics).
Menu item
Description
Options
About display
Allows you to view information about the display • Software version
you are using:
• Hardware version
• Bootloader version
• Temperature
• Volts
• Max. volts
• Current
• Max. current
• Run time
• Deviation (If available)
About Pilot
Allows you to view information about the
autopilot you are using:
• NMEA Code
Note: The About Pilot menu is only
available on Pilot controllers.
• Serial number
• Product ID
• Description
• Software version
• PCB Number
• CAN Volts
• Unit Volts
• Operating hours
• Deviation
About system
Allows you to search the SeaTalkng network and • Model number
display information about the products found.
• Serial number
• Software version
• Hardware version
• Volts
Self test
The product has a built in self test which can
help to diagnose faults.
Self-Test include:
N/A
• Memory test
• Button test
• Display test
• Buzzer test
• Illumination test
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14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
14.6
Maintenance
Service and maintenance on page 84
Routine equipment checks on page 84
Product cleaning on page 85
Cleaning the display case on page 85
Cleaning the display screen on page 86
Cleaning the sun cover on page 86
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14.1 Service and maintenance
14.2 Routine equipment checks
This product contains no user serviceable
components. Please refer all maintenance
and repair to authorized Raymarine dealers.
Unauthorized repair may affect your warranty.
Raymarine strongly recommends that you complete
a number of routine checks to ensure the correct and
reliable operation of your equipment.
Complete the following checks on a regular basis:
• Examine all cables for signs of damage or wear
and tear.
• Check that all cables are securely connected.
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14.3 Product cleaning
14.4 Cleaning the display case
Best cleaning practices.
The display unit is a sealed unit and does not require
regular cleaning. If it is necessary to clean the unit,
follow this basic procedure:
1. Switch off the power to the display.
2. Wipe the display with a clean, soft cloth (a
microfibre cloth is ideal).
3. If necessary, use a mild detergent to remove
grease marks.
When cleaning products:
• If your product includes a display screen, do NOT
wipe the screen with a dry cloth, as this could
scratch the screen coating.
• Do NOT use abrasive, or acid or ammonia based
products.
• Do NOT use a jet wash.
Note: Do NOT use solvents or detergents on the
screen itself.
Note: In certain conditions, condensation may
appear inside the display screen. This will not
harm the unit, and can be cleared by powering on
the display for a short time.
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14.5 Cleaning the display screen
14.6 Cleaning the sun cover
A coating is applied to the display screen. This
makes it water repellent, and prevents glare. To
avoid damaging this coating, follow this procedure:
1. Switch off the power to the display.
2. Rinse the screen with fresh water to remove all
dirt particles and salt deposits.
3. Allow the screen to dry naturally.
4. If any smears remain, very gently wipe the screen
with a clean microfibre cleaning cloth (available
from an opticians).
The supplied sun cover features an adhesive surface.
In certain conditions unwanted contaminants may
stick to this surface. To avoid damaging the monitor
display, clean the sun cover regularly following this
procedure:
1. Carefully remove the sun cover from the display.
2. Rinse the sun cover with fresh water to remove
all dirt particles and salt deposits.
3. Allow the sun cover to dry naturally.
Transducer care and cleaning
Growth can collect on the bottom of the transducer,
this can reduce performance. To prevent the build-up
of sea growth, coat the transducer with a thin layer
of water-based antifouling paint, available from
your local marine dealer. Reapply paint every 6
months or at the beginning of each boating season.
Certain smart transducers have restrictions on where
antifouling paint is applied. Please consult your
dealer.
Note: Transducers with a temperature sensor may
not work properly if painted.
Note: Never use ketone-based paint. Ketones
can attack many plastics, possibly damaging the
sensor.
Note: Never use spray paint on your transducer.
Spraying incorporates tiny air bubbles, and a
marine transducer cannot transmit properly
through air.
Use a soft cloth and mild household detergent to
clean the transducer. If the fouling is severe, remove
the growth with a tough cleaning pad, such as a
green Scotch BriteTM pad for example. Be careful to
avoid scratching the face of the transducer.
Note: Harsh cleaning solvents such as acetone
WILL damage the transducer.
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Chapter contents
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15.1
15.2
15.3
15.4
15.5
Troubleshooting on page 88
Power up troubleshooting on page 89
System data troubleshooting on page 90
Miscellaneous troubleshooting on page 91
Performing a Factory Reset on page 92
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15.1 Troubleshooting
The troubleshooting information provides possible
causes and corrective action required for common
problems associated with marine electronics
installations.
All Raymarine products are, prior to packing and
shipping, subjected to comprehensive test and
quality assurance programs. However, if you
experience problems with the operation of your
product this section will help you to diagnose
and correct problems in order to restore normal
operation.
If after referring to this section you are still having
problems with your unit, please contact Raymarine
Technical Support for further advice.
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15.2 Power up troubleshooting
Problems at power up and their possible causes and solutions are described here.
Product does not turn on or keeps turning off
Possible causes
Possible solutions
Blown fuse / tripped breaker
1.
Check condition of relevant fuses and breakers and connections, replace
if necessary (Refer to the Technical Specification section of your product’s
installation instructions for fuse ratings.)
2.
If fuse keeps blowing check for cable damage, broken connector pins or
incorrect wiring.
1.
Check that the power cable connector is fully inserted into the unit and locked in
position.
2.
Check the power supply cable and connectors for signs of damage or corrosion,
replace if necessary.
3.
With the unit turned on, try flexing the power cable near to the display connector
to see if this causes the unit to re-boot/loose power, replace if necessary.
4.
Check the vessel’s battery voltage, the condition of the battery terminals and
power supply cables, ensuring connections are secure, clean and free from
corrosion, replace if necessary.
5.
With the product under load, using a multi-meter, check for high voltage drop
across all connectors/fuses etc, replace if necessary.
Poor / damaged / insecure power supply
cable / connections
Incorrect power connection
The power supply may be wired incorrectly, ensure the installation instructions have
been followed.
Power source insufficient
With the product under load, using a multi-meter, check the power supply voltage as
close to the unit as possible to establish actual voltage when the current is flowing.
(Refer to the Technical Specification section of your product’s installation instructions
for power supply requirements.)
Product will not boot up (re-boot loop)
Possible causes
Possible solutions
Power supply and connection
See possible solutions from ‘Products does not turn on or keeps turning off’ above.
Software corruption
1.
In the unlikely event that the products software has become corrupted please
try re-flashing the latest software from the Raymarine website.
2.
On display products, as a last resort, you can try to perform a ‘Power on Reset’,
however this will delete all settings/presets and user data (such as waypoints
and tracks) and revert the unit back to factory defaults.
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15.3 System data troubleshooting
Aspects of the installation can cause problems with the data shared between connected equipment. Such
problems, their possible causes and solutions are described here.
Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
Instrument, engine or other
system data is unavailable at all
displays.
Data is not being received at the Check the data bus (e.g. SeaTalkng) wiring and
display.
connections.
Check the overall integrity of the data bus (e.g. SeaTalkng)
wiring.
If available refer to the reference guide for the data bus
(e.g. SeaTalkng reference manual).
Data source (e.g. instrument
display or engine interface) is
not operating.
Check the source of the missing data (e.g. instrument
display or engine interface).
Check the power to the SeaTalk bus.
Refer to the manufacturer's handbook for the equipment
in question.
Instrument or other system data
is missing from some but not all
displays.
Software mismatch between
equipment may prevent
communication.
Contact Raymarine technical support.
Network problem.
Check that all required equipment is connected to the
network.
Check the status of the Raymarine network Switch.
Check that SeaTalkhs / RayNet cables are free from
damage.
Software mismatch between
equipment may prevent
communication.
Contact Raymarine technical support.
Position data is not displayed on VHF radio NMEA 0183 input not • Check that the radio has an Isolated NMEA 0183 input.
VHF radio
isolated / incorrect polarity
• Check polarity of NMEA 0183 wires.
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Miscellaneous problems and their possible causes and solutions are described here.
Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
Display behaves erratically:
Intermittent problem with power
to the display.
Check relevant fuses and breakers.
• Frequent unexpected resets.
• System crashes or other
erratic behavior.
System checks and troubleshooting
Check that the power supply cable is sound and that all
connections are tight and free from corrosion.
Check that the power source is of the correct voltage and
sufficient current.
Software mismatch on system
(upgrade required).
Go to www.raymarine.com and click on support for the
latest software downloads.
Corrupt data / other unknown
issue.
Perform a factory reset.
Important: This will result in the loss of any settings
and data (such as waypoints) stored on the product.
Save any important data to a memory card before
resetting.
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15.5 Performing a Factory Reset
To reset your unit to factory default settings follow
the steps below.
Note: Performing a factory reset will erase all
saved data and customized settings.
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2.
3.
4.
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Press the Menu button.
Select Set Up.
Select Factory Reset.
Select Yes.
Your unit will now reset itself to factory default
settings.
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16.2 Viewing product information on page 95
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16.1 Raymarine product support and
servicing
Region
Telephone
E-mail
Raymarine provides a comprehensive product
support service, as well as warranty, service, and
repairs. You can access these services through the
Raymarine website, telephone, and e-mail.
Australia and
New Zealand
+61 2
8977
0300
[email protected]
(Raymarine subsidiary)
France
+33 (0)1
46 49 72
30
[email protected]
(Raymarine subsidiary)
Germany
+49
[email protected]
(0)40 237 (Raymarine subsidiary)
808 0
Italy
+39 02
9945
1001
Spain
+34 96
[email protected]
2965 102 (Authorized Raymarine
distributor)
Netherlands
+31
[email protected]
(0)26
(Raymarine subsidiary)
3614 905
Sweden
+46
(0)317
633 670
[email protected]
(Raymarine subsidiary)
Finland
+358
(0)207
619 937
[email protected]
(Raymarine subsidiary)
Norway
+47 692
64 600
[email protected]
(Raymarine subsidiary)
Denmark
+45 437
164 64
[email protected]
(Raymarine subsidiary)
Russia
+7 495
[email protected]
788 0508 (Authorized Raymarine
distributor)
Product information
If you need to request service or support, please
have the following information to hand:
• Product name.
• Product identity.
• Serial number.
• Software application version.
• System diagrams.
You can obtain this product information using the
menus within your product.
Servicing and warranty
Raymarine offers dedicated service departments for
warranty, service, and repairs.
Don’t forget to visit the Raymarine website to
register your product for extended warranty benefits:
http://www.raymarine.co.uk/display/?id=788.
Region
Telephone
E-mail
United
+44
Kingdom (UK), (0)1329
EMEA, and
246 932
Asia Pacific
[email protected]
United States
(US)
[email protected]
+1 (603)
324 7900
[email protected]
(Raymarine subsidiary)
Web support
Please visit the “Support” area of the Raymarine
website for:
• Manuals and Documents — http://www.raymarine.com/manuals
• FAQ / Knowledgebase — http://www.raymarine.com/knowledgebase
• Technical support forum — http://forum.raymarine.com
• Software updates — http://www.raymarine.com/software
Telephone and e-mail support
Region
Telephone
E-mail
United Kingdom
(UK), EMEA,
and Asia Pacific
+44
(0)1329
246 777
[email protected]
United States
(US)
+1 (603) [email protected]
324 7900
(Toll-free:
+800 539
5539)
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the Menu button.
Select Set-up.
Select Diagnostics.
Select About Display.
A range of information is displayed, including the
software version and Serial number.
5. Use the Up and Down buttons to cycle through
the information.
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17.1 Technical specification
Nominal supply voltage
12 V dc
Operating voltage range
9 V dc to 16 V dc (protected
up to 32 V dc)
Current
143 mA
Power consumption
1.7 W
LEN (Refer to the SeaTalkng
reference manual for further
information.)
3
Operating Temperature
Range
–20°C to 55°C (–4°F to
131°F)
Storage Temperature Range
–30°C to 70°C (–22°F to
158°F)
Relative Humidity
93% Max.
Water proofing
IPX6 and IPX7
Display screen
• 4.1” TFT LCD display
• 16bit color (64k colors)
• Resolution: 320(H) x
240(V)
• Brightness: 1,200 cd/m2
Data connections
1 x SeaTalkng® connector
Conformance
• NMEA 2000 certification
pending
• Europe 2004/108/EC
• Australia and New Zealand
C-Tick, compliance level 2
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Chapter contents
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18.1 Spares and Accessories on page 100
18.2 Smart transducers on page 100
18.3 Instrument Depth, Speed and Temperature (DST) transducers on page 101
18.4 Instrument Depth transducers on page 102
18.5 Instrument Speed and Temperature transducers on page 102
18.6 Instrument Wind Vane transducer on page 103
18.7 Instrument Rotavecta transducer on page 103
18.8 Other transducers on page 104
18.9 SeaTalkng® cables and accessories on page 104
18.10 SeaTalkng cable kits on page 106
18.11 SeaTalk accessories on page 109
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18.1 Spares and Accessories
Part number
Description
A80353
Black bezel
i70s / p70s /
p70Rs
A80354
Gunmetal bezel
i70s / p70s /
p70Rs
A80357
Suncover
i70s / p70s
A80358
Suncover
p70Rs
18.2 Smart transducers
Smart transducers can be connected directly to the
SeaTalkng® backbone without the need for an iTC-5
or transducer pod.
The smart transducers listed below are compatible
with the following displays:
• i70 / i70s
• Multifunction displays
Part
number
100
Image
Mounting
Type
A22147
Thru-Hull
DT800–12
Bronze
A80374
(replaces
A22112)
Thru-Hull
DT800–12
Plastic
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A22146
Mounting
Type
18.3 Instrument Depth, Speed and
Temperature (DST) transducers
Thru-Hull
DST800
Bronze
The DST transducers listed below are compatible
with the following instrument displays:
• i40 Depth / i40 Speed / i40 Bidata
• i50 Depth i50 Speed / i50 Tridata
• i70 / i70s via iTC-5 converter
A80375
(replaces
A22111)
Options and accessories
Thru-Hull
DST800
Plastic
Part
number
Image
Mounting
Housing
E26006–
PZ
Transom
mount
P66 / ST40
A26043
Thru-hull
B744V
(including
fairing block)
A26044
Thru-hull
B744VL
(including
fairing block)
E26028–
PZ
Transom
mount
P66
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18.4 Instrument Depth transducers
The depth transducers listed below are compatible
with the following instrument displays:
18.5 Instrument Speed and
Temperature transducers
• i40 Depth / i40 Bidata
The speed and temperature transducers listed below
are compatible with the following instrument displays:
• i50 Depth / i50 Tridata
• i40 Speed / i40 Bidata
• i70 / i70s via iTC-5 converter
• i50 Speed / i50 Tridata
Part
number
E26009
• i70 / i70s via iTC-5 converter
Image
Mounting
Housing
Thru-hull
P7
E26019–
PZ
Thru-hull
M78717
Thru-hull
M78713–
PZ
Thru-hull
B45 (including
fairing block)
Mounting
Housing
E26008
Thru-hull
P371
E26005
Transom
mount
ST69
E26031
Thru-hull
P120 / ST800
M78716
Thru-hull
B120
E25025
Thru-hull
P17
B17
Image
P319
E26030
Thru-hull
P17
E26001–
PZ
In-hull
P79
A80373
T70278
— (includes
SeaTalkng adaptor)
In-hull
P79S
E26027–
PZ
Transom
mount
P66
102
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18.6 Instrument Wind Vane transducer 18.7 Instrument Rotavecta transducer
The wind vane transducers listed below are
compatible with the following instrument displays:
The wind transducers listed below are compatible
with the following instrument displays:
• i60 Wind
• i40 Wind
• i70 / i70s via iTC-5 converter
• i60 Wind
Part
number
• i70 / i70s via iTC-5 converter
Image
E22078
E22079
Options and accessories
Housing
Mounting
Short arm
wind vane
Surface mount
Long arm wind Surface mount
vane
Part
number
Z195
Image
Housing
Mounting
Rotavecta
transducer
Surface mount
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18.8 Other transducers
When connected using an iTC-5, the transducers
listed below are compatible with the your i70 / i70s
display:
Part number
M81190
Image
18.9 SeaTalkng® cables and
accessories
SeaTalkng cables and accessories for use with
compatible products.
Type
Description
Fluxgate compass
SeaTalkng starter kit T70134
Part No
Notes
Includes:
• 1 x 5 Way connector
(A06064)
• 2 x Backbone terminator
(A06031)
M81105
• 1 x 3 m (9.8 ft) spur
cable (A06040)
Rudder Reference
• 1 x Power cable
(A06049)
SeaTalkng
Backbone Kit
A25062
Includes:
• 2 x 5 m (16.4 ft)
Backbone cable
(A06036)
•
1 x 20 m (65.6 ft)
Backbone cable
(A06037)
• 4 x T-piece (A06028)
• 2 x Backbone terminator
(A06031)
•
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SeaTalkng 0.4 m
(1.3 ft) spur
A06038
SeaTalkng 1 m
(3.3 ft) spur
A06039
SeaTalkng 3 m
(9.8 ft) spur
A06040
SeaTalkng 5 m
(16.4 ft) spur
A06041
SeaTalkng 0.4 m
(1.3 ft) elbow spur
A06042
SeaTalkng 0.4 m
(1.3 ft) backbone
A06033
SeaTalkng 1 m
(3.3 ft) backbone
A06034
SeaTalkng 3 m
(9.8 ft) backbone
A06035
SeaTalkng 5 m
(16.4 ft) backbone
A06036
SeaTalkng 9 m
(29.5 ft) backbone
SeaTalkng 20 m
(65.6 ft) backbone
A06068
SeaTalkng to bare
ends 1 m (3.3 ft)
spur
A06043
1 x Power cable
(A06049)
A06037
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Description
Part No
SeaTalkng to bare
ends 3 m (9.8 ft)
spur
A06044
SeaTalkng Power
cable
A06049
SeaTalkng
Terminator
A06031
SeaTalkng T-piece
A06028
Provides 1 x spur
connection
SeaTalkng 5–way
connector
A06064
Provides 3 x spur
connections
SeaTalkng
backbone extender
A06030
E22158
SeaTalk to
SeaTalkng converter
kit
Notes
Allows the connection
of SeaTalk devices to a
SeaTalkng system.
SeaTalkng Inline
terminator
A80001
SeaTalkng Blanking
plug
A06032
ACU / SPX
SeaTalkng spur
cable 0.3 m (1.0 ft)
R12112
SeaTalk (3 pin) to
SeaTalkng adaptor
cable 0.4 m (1.3 ft)
A06047
SeaTalk to
SeaTalkng spur 1
m (3.3 ft) spur
A22164
SeaTalk2 (5 pin) to
SeaTalkng adaptor
cable 0.4 m (1.3 ft)
A06048
DeviceNet adaptor
cable (Female)
A06045
Allows the connection of
NMEA 2000 devices to a
SeaTalkng system.
DeviceNet adaptor
cable (Male)
A06046
Allows the connection of
NMEA 2000 devices to a
SeaTalkng system.
DeviceNet adaptor
cable (Female) to
bare ends.
E05026
Allows the connection of
NMEA 2000 devices to a
SeaTalkng system.
DeviceNet adaptor E05027
cable (Male) to bare
ends.
Allows the connection of
NMEA 2000 devices to a
SeaTalkng system.
Options and accessories
Provides direct connection
of a spur cable to the end
of a backbone cable. No
T-piece required.
Connects an SPX course
computer or an ACU to a
SeaTalkng backbone.
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18.10 SeaTalkng cable kits
SeaTalkng starter kit (T70134)
Parts included
Quantity
Connector A
Cable
Connector B
Length
Spur cable
(A06040)
1
3 m (9.8 ft)
Power cable
(A06049)
1
1 m (3.3 ft)
Backbone
terminator
(A06031)
2
N/A
N/A
N/A
5–way connector
(A06064). Each
connector block
allows the
connection of up
to 3 compatible
devices. When
correctly
terminated, a
connector block
forms a complete
backbone.
Multiple connector
blocks can be
daisy-chained
together.
1
N/A
N/A
N/A
Cable
Connector B
Length
SeaTalkng Backbone kit (A25062)
Parts included
Quantity
Connector A
Backbone cable
((A06036))
2
5 m (16.4 ft)
Backbone cable
((A06037))
1
20 m (65.6 ft)
Power cable
(A06049)
1
1 m (3.3 ft)
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Parts included
Quantity
T-piece (A06028)
Backbone
terminator
(A06031)
Connector A
Cable
Connector B
Length
4
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
N/A
N/A
N/A
Cable
Connector B
Length
SeaTalkng Evolution cable kit (R70160)
Parts included
Quantity
Connector A
Backbone cable
((A06036))
2
5 m (16.4 ft)
Power cable
(A06049)
1
1 m (3.3 ft)
Spur cable
(A06040)
1
1 m (3.3 ft)
ACU / SPX power 1
cable (R12112)
(for powering
the SeaTalkng
backbone from the
autopilot system.
5–way connector
(A06064). Each
connector block
allows the
connection of up
to 3 compatible
devices. When
correctly
terminated, a
connector block
forms a complete
backbone.
Multiple connector
blocks can be
daisy-chained
together.
Options and accessories
1
0.3 m (1.0 ft)
N/A
N/A
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Parts included
Quantity
T-piece (A06028)
Backbone
terminator
(A06031)
Connector A
Cable
Connector B
Length
2
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
N/A
N/A
N/A
Cable
Connector B
Length
SeaTalkng converter kit (E22158)
Parts included
Quantity
Power cable
(A06049)
1
Backbone
terminator
(A06031)
2
Blanking
plug(A06032)
SeaTalk (3 pin)
adapter cable
(A06047)
1
SeaTalk to
SeaTalkng converter(E22158).
Enables the connection of SeaTalk
devices to a
SeaTalkng system.
1
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Connector A
1 m (3.3 ft)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.4 m (1.3 ft)
N/A
N/A
N/A
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18.11 SeaTalk accessories
SeaTalk cables and accessories for use with
compatible products.
Description
Part No
3–way SeaTalk
junction box
D244
1 m (3.28 ft)
SeaTalk extension
cable
D284
Notes
3 m (9.8 ft) SeaTalk D285
extension cable
5 m (16.4 ft)
SeaTalk extension
cable
D286
9 m (29.5 ft)
SeaTalk extension
cable
D287
12 m (39.4 ft)
SeaTalk extension
cable
E25051
20 m (65.6 ft)
SeaTalk extension
cable
D288
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Appendix A Supported NMEA 2000
PGN list
Received
Transmitted
PGN
Description
129039
AIS Class B Position
Report
●
129040
AIS Class B
Extended Position
Report
●
129041
AIS Aids to
Navigation
●
129044
Datum
●
●
129283
Cross Track Error
●
●
129284
Navigation Data
●
●
129291
Set & Drift, Rapid
Update
●
129801
AIS Addressed
Safety Related
Message
●
129802
AIS Safety Related
Broadcast Message
●
129809
AIS Class B CS
Static Data Report
Pt A
●
129810
AIS Class B CS
Static Data Report
Pt B
●
130306
Wind Data
●
●
Received
Transmitted
ISO
Acknowledgment
●
●
59904
ISO Request
●
60928
ISO Address Claim
●
●
●
●
126208
NMEA - Request
group function
PGN List – Receive
/ Transmit PGN’s
Group function
●
●
126992
System Time
●
●
126996
Product Information
●
●
127237
Heading/Track
Control
●
127245
Rudder
●
●
127250
Vessel Heading
●
●
127251
Rate of Turn
●
●
127257
Attitude
●
127258
Magnetic Variation
●
127488
Engine Parameters,
Rapid Update
●
127489
Engine Parameters,
Dynamic
●
130310
Environmental
Parameters
●
●
127493
Transmission
Parameters,
Dynamic
●
130311
Environmental
Parameters
●
●
130576
●
Trip Parameters,
Vessel
●
Small Craft Status
127496
130577
Direction Data
●
127497
Trip Parameters,
Engine
●
127498
Engine Parameters,
Static
●
127505
Fluid Level
●
127508
Battery Status
●
128259
Speed
●
●
128267
Water Depth (below
transducer)
●
●
128275
Distance Log
●
●
129025
Position, Rapid
Update
●
●
129026
COG & SOG, Rapid
Update
●
●
129029
GNSS Position Data
●
●
129033
Time & Date
●
●
129038
AIS Class A Position
Report
●
PGN
Description
59392
126464
Supported NMEA 2000 PGN list
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