Chapter 2

Chapter 2

E-Series Widescreen

Multifunction Display

Installation instructions

E90W, E120W and E140W models

E-Series Widescreen installation

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You may print no more than three copies of this manual for your own use. You may not make any further copies or distribute or use the manual in any other way including without limitation exploiting the manual commercially or giving or selling copies to third parties.

Copyright ©2009 Raymarine UK Ltd. All rights reserved.

ENGLISH

Document number: 87116-

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Date:

10-2009

Contents

Chapter 1 Important information............................. 7

TFT LCD Displays .......................................................... 8

Water ingress ................................................................. 8

Disclaimers .................................................................... 9

CompactFlash cards ....................................................... 9

EMC installation guidelines ............................................. 9

Suppression ferrites ........................................................ 10

Connections to other equipment ...................................... 10

Declaration of conformity................................................. 10

Product disposal ............................................................. 10

Warranty registration....................................................... 10

IMO and SOLAS............................................................. 11

Technical accuracy ......................................................... 11

Chapter 2 Planning the installation ........................ 13

2.1 Handbook information ............................................... 14

2.2 Installation checklist .................................................. 14

2.3 E-Series Widescreen system ..................................... 15

2.4 System protocols ...................................................... 17

2.5 Data master.............................................................. 18

2.6 Pack contents ........................................................... 19

2.7 Tools ........................................................................ 20

Chapter 3 Cables and connections......................... 21

3.1 General cabling guidance .......................................... 22

3.2 Connections overview ............................................... 23

3.3 Power connection ..................................................... 23

3.4 SeaTalk hs network ..................................................... 26

3.5 NMEA 0183 connection ............................................. 34

3.6 SeaTalk connection ................................................... 35

3.7 Alarm connection ...................................................... 36

3.8 GPS connection ........................................................ 37

3.9 AIS connection.......................................................... 38

3.10 Fastheading connection........................................... 39

3.11 SeaTalk ng connections ............................................. 40

3.12 NMEA 2000 connection ........................................... 41

3.13 Video and alarm audio connection............................ 42

Chapter 4 Location and mounting .......................... 45

4.1 Selecting a location ................................................... 46

4.2 Flush mounting ......................................................... 48

4.3 Bracket (trunnion) mounting ....................................... 49

4.4 Front bezel ............................................................... 51

Chapter 5 System checks ........................................ 53

5.1 Initial power on test ................................................... 54

5.2 Designating the data master ...................................... 55

5.3 GPS check ............................................................... 55

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5.4 Radar check ............................................................. 56

5.5 Sonar check ............................................................. 58

5.6 Language selection ................................................... 59

5.7 Setting up Autopilot, AIS and Navtex .......................... 59

5.8 System setup menu .................................................. 60

Chapter 6 Troubleshooting...................................... 67

6.1 Troubleshooting ........................................................ 68

6.2 Power up troubleshooting .......................................... 69

6.3 Radar troubleshooting ............................................... 70

6.4 GPS troubleshooting ................................................. 71

6.5 Sonar troubleshooting ............................................... 72

6.6 System data troubleshooting...................................... 73

6.7 Video troubleshooting................................................ 74

6.8 Touchscreen troubleshooting ..................................... 75

6.9 SeaTalk hs LED indications.......................................... 75

6.10 Miscellaneous troubleshooting ................................. 76

Chapter 7 Technical support ................................... 77

7.1 Raymarine technical support...................................... 78

7.2 3rd party support....................................................... 79

Chapter 8 Technical specification........................... 81

8.1 Technical specification............................................... 82

Chapter 9 Options and accessories ....................... 85

9.1 SeaTalk accessories.................................................. 86

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9.2 SeaTalk ng accessories ............................................... 86

9.3 SeaTalk hs accessories ............................................... 87

9.4 Spares and accessories ............................................ 89

Appendix A Multifunction display system integration................................................... 93

Appendix B NMEA 0183 sentences ........................ 95

Appendix C NMEA 2000 sentences ........................ 97

Appendix D Connectors and pinouts ..................... 99

E-Series Widescreen installation

Chapter 1: Important information

Warning: Product installation and operation

This product must be installed and operated in accordance with the Raymarine instructions provided.

Failure to do so could result in personal injury, damage to your boat and/or poor product performance.

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: High voltages

This product contains high voltages. Do NOT remove any covers or otherwise attempt to access internal components, unless specifically instructed in this document.

Warning: Product grounding

Before applying power to this product, ensure it has been correctly grounded, in accordance with the instructions in this guide.

Important information

Warning: Switch off power supply

Ensure the boat’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: Radar scanner safety

Before rotating the radar scanner, ensure all personnel are clear.

Warning: Radar transmission safety

The radar scanner transmits electromagnetic energy.

Ensure all personnel are clear of the scanner when the radar is transmitting.

Warning: Sonar operation

• NEVER operate the sounder with the boat out of the water.

• NEVER touch the transducer face when the sounder is powered on.

• SWITCH OFF the sounder if divers are likely to be within 25 ft (5 m) of the transducer.

Warning: Touchscreen display

When exposed to prolonged periods of direct sunlight, the touchscreen display can get very hot. In such conditions, avoid using the touchscreen display and use the unit’s physical keys and buttons instead.

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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.

Caution: Care of chart cards

To avoid irreparable damage to and/or loss of data from chart cards:

• Ensure that chart cards are fitted the correct way around. DO NOT try to force a card into position.

• DO NOT save data (waypoints, routes, and so on) to a chart card, as the charts may be overwritten.

• DO NOT use a metallic instrument such as a screwdriver or pliers to remove a chart card.

• Safe removal. Use the Remove Card menu option before removing the chart card.

Caution: Ensure chart card door is securely closed

To prevent water ingress and consequent damage to the display, ensure that the chart card door is firmly closed. This can be confirmed by an audible click.

Caution: Use the sun covers

To protect your product against the damaging effects of ultra violet light, always fit the sun covers when the product is not in use.

Caution: Cleaning

When cleaning this product:

• Do NOT wipe the display 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.

TFT LCD Displays

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 Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs).

In common with all Thin Film Transistor (TFT) LCD units, the screen may exhibit a few (less than 7) wrongly illuminated pixels. These may appear as black pixels in a light area of the screen or as colored pixels in black areas.

Water ingress

Water ingress disclaimer

E-Series Widescreen installation

Although the waterproof rating capacity of Raymarine products exceeds that called for by the IPX6 standard, water intrusion and subsequent equipment failure may occur if any Raymarine equipment is subjected to commercial high pressure washing.

Raymarine will not warrant equipment subjected to high pressure washing.

Disclaimers

This product (including the electronic charts) is intended to be used only as an aid to navigation. It is designed to facilitate use of official government charts, not replace them. Only official government charts and notices to mariners contain all the current information needed for safe navigation, and the captain is responsible for their prudent use. It is the user’s responsibility to use official government charts, notices to mariners, caution and proper navigational skill when operating this or any other Raymarine product. This product supports electronic charts provided by third party data suppliers which may be embedded or stored on memory card. Use of such charts is subject to the supplier’s End-User Licence Agreement included in the documentation for this product or supplied with the memory card (as applicable).

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.

This product uses digital chart data, and electronic information from the Global Positioning System (GPS) which may contain errors.

Raymarine does not warrant the accuracy of such information and you are advised that errors in such information may cause the product to malfunction. 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 chart data or information utilized by the product and supplied by third parties.

Important information

CompactFlash cards

Chart cards

The Display is pre-loaded with electronic charts for your region. If you wish to use different chart data, you can insert compatible chart cards into the CompactFlash card slot on the unit.

Use branded chart cards

When archiving data, Raymarine recommends the use of quality branded CF memory cards. Some brands of CF memory card may not work in your unit. Please contact customer support for a list of recommended CF cards.

EMC installation guidelines

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.

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.

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• 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

Declaration of conformity

Raymarine Ltd. declares that the E-Series Widescreen Multifunction

Displays are in compliance 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.

Suppression ferrites

Raymarine cables may be fitted with suppression ferrites. These are important for correct EMC performance. 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 authorized dealers.

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)

Directive requires the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment. Whilst the WEEE Directive does not apply to some

Raymarine products, we support its policy and ask you to be aware of how to dispose of this product.

Connections to other equipment

Requirement for ferrites on non-Raymarine cables

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.

Warranty registration

To register your E-Series Widescreen multifunction display ownership, please take a few minutes to fill out the warranty registration card found in the box, or visit www.raymarine.com

and register on-line.

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 should stick this label to the warranty registration card.

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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.

Important information

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Chapter 2: Planning the installation

Chapter contents

• 2.1 Handbook information on page 14

• 2.2 Installation checklist on page 14

• 2.3 E-Series Widescreen system on page 15

• 2.4 System protocols on page 17

• 2.5 Data master on page 18

• 2.6 Pack contents on page 19

• 2.7 Tools on page 20

Planning the installation

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2.1 Handbook information

This handbook contains important information regarding the

E-Series Widescreen range of multifunction displays.

The handbook is for use with the following models:

• E90W Widescreen Multifunction Display

• E120W Widescreen Multifunction Display

• E140W Widescreen Multifunction Display

E-Series handbooks

The E-Series Widescreen Multifunction Display has the following handbooks available:

All documents are available to download as PDFs from www.raymarine.com

E-Series handbooks

Description

Installation and commissioning instructions

Operating instructions (quick reference)

User reference handbook

Part number

87116

86137

81320

Additional handbooks

Description

SeaTalk ng reference manual

Part number

81300

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4

5

1

2

6

7

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2.2 Installation checklist

Installation includes the following activities:

Installation Task

Plan your system

Obtain all required equipment and tools

Site all equipment

Route all cables.

Drill cable and mounting holes.

Make all connections into equipment.

Secure all equipment in place.

Power on test the system.

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2.3 E-Series Widescreen system

The E-Series Widescreen display can be connected to a variety of equipment as part of your marine electronics system..

Basic system example

RS125 GPS E-Series Widescreen display

SeaTalk hs switch

Digital sounder

(DSM)

Digital Radome

SeaTalk SeaTalk hs

Autopilot

SeaTalk hs

Autopilot Controller

(ST6002)

SeaTalk hs

NMEA 0183

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Expanded system example

Digital Devices

Digital Radar

Antenna

S irius Weather

(SR100)

Digital Sounder

(DSM)

G-Series Monitor

SeaTalk hs switch E-Series Widescreen display

CANCEL ENTER

MENU

SeaTalk ng

E-Series Widescreen display

(data master)

Autopilot Instrument AIS 500

AIS

CANCEL ENTER

MENU

SeaTalk ng

SeaTalk ng

SeaTalk ng backbone

RS125 GPS

Engine

Devicenet Spur

Video

SeaTalk hs

Alarm

SeaTalk hs

Note: The system allows up to 5 E-Series Widescreen displays to be connected on a SeaTalk hs network.

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E-Series Widescreen installation

2.4 System protocols

Your Multifunction Display can connect to various instruments and displays to share information and so improve the functionality of the 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:

• SeaTalk hs

• SeaTalk ng

• NMEA 2000

• SeaTalk

• NMEA 0183

Note: You may find that your system does not use all of the connection types or instrumentation described in this section.

SeaTalk

hs

SeaTalk hs is an ethernet based marine network. This high speed protocol allows compatible equipment to communicate rapidly and share large amounts of data.

Information shared using the SeaTalk hs network includes:

• Shared cartography (between compatible displays.

• Digital radar data.

• Sonar data.

Seatalk

ng

SeaTalk ng (New Generation) is an enhanced protocol for connection of compatible marine instruments and equipment. It replaces the older SeaTalk and SeaTalk 2 protocols.

Planning the installation

SeaTalk ng utilizes a single backbone cable 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.

SeaTalk ng is a proprietary extension to NMEA 2000 and the proven

CAN bus technology. Compatible NMEA 2000 and SeaTalk /

SeaTalk 2 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.

NMEA 0183

The NMEA 0183 Data Interface Standard was developed by the National Marine Electronics Association of America. It is an

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international standard to enable equipment from many different manufacturers to be connected together and share information.

The NMEA 0183 standard carries similar information to SeaTalk.

However it has the important difference that one cable will only carry information in one direction. For this reason NMEA 0183 is generally used to connect a data receiver and a transmitter together, e.g. a compass sensor transmitting heading to a radar display. This information is passed in ‘sentences’, each of which has a three letter sentence identifier. It is therefore important when checking compatibility between items that the same sentence identifiers are used some examples of which are:

• VTG - carries Course and Speed Over Ground data.

• GLL - carries latitude and longitude.

• DBT - carries water depth.

• MWV - carries relative wind angle and wind speed data.

NMEA baud rates

The NMEA 0183 standard operates at a number of different speeds, depending upon the particular requirement or equipment capabilities. Typical examples are:

• 4800 baud rate. Used for general purpose communications, including FastHeading data.

• 9600 baud rate. Used for Navtex.

• 38400 baud rate. Used for AIS and other high speed applications.

2.5 Data master

Any system containing more than one networked multifunction display must have a designated data master.

The data master is the display which serves as a primary source of data for all displays, it also handles all external sources of information. For example the displays may require heading information from the autopilot and GPS systems, usually received through a SeaTalk ng or NMEA connection. The data master is the display to which the SeaTalk, NMEA and any other data connections are made, it then bridges the data to the SeaTalk hs network and any compatible repeat displays. Information shared by the data master includes:

• Cartography

• Routes and waypoints

• Radar

• Sonar

• Data received from the autopilot, instruments, the engine and other external sources.

Your system may be wired for redundancy with data connections made to repeat displays. However these connections will only become active in the event of a fault and/or reassignment of the data master.

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2.6 Pack contents

All models contain the following items:

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5

6

Planning the installation

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2

1

7 8

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2.7 Tools

Tools required for installation

Power drill

Jig saw

Adhesive tape drill bit, bracket mounting

Screwdriver

File

35 mm (1.3/8 in) 5 mm (3/16 in) drill bit, panel mounting

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Chapter 3: Cables and connections

Chapter contents

• 3.1 General cabling guidance on page 22

• 3.2 Connections overview on page 23

• 3.3 Power connection on page 23

• 3.4 SeaTalk hs network on page 26

• 3.5 NMEA 0183 connection on page 34

• 3.6 SeaTalk connection on page 35

• 3.7 Alarm connection on page 36

• 3.8 GPS connection on page 37

• 3.9 AIS connection on page 38

• 3.10 Fastheading connection on page 39

• 3.11 SeaTalk ng connections on page 40

• 3.12 NMEA 2000 connection on page 41

• 3.13 Video and alarm audio connection on page 42

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3.1 General cabling guidance

Cable types and length

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.

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 radius of 100 mm.

Minimum bend

200 mm (8 in) diameter

Minimum bend of cable

100 mm (4 in) radius

• 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.

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Always route data cables as far away as possible from:

• other equipment and cables,

• high current carrying ac and dc power lines,

• antennae.

Strain relief

Ensure adequate strain relief is provided. Protect connectors from strain and ensure they will not pull out under extreme sea conditions.

Circuit isolation

Appropriate circuit isolation is required for installations using both

AC and DC current:

• Always use isolating transformers or a separate power-inverter to run PC’s, processors, displays and other sensitive electronic instruments or devices.

• Always use an isolating transformer with Weather FAX audio cables.

• Always use an RS232/NMEA converter with optical isolation on the signal lines.

• Always make sure that PC’s or other sensitive electronic devices have a dedicated power circuit.

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).

E-Series Widescreen installation

3.2 Connections overview

Cable connectors are on the rear of the display.

3.3 Power connection

W idescreen display

19 way multi-cable

1 2 3 4

D11688-1

1.

SeaTalk ng

2.

Power, data and 1 x video in

3.

SeaTalk hs

4.

Additional 3 x Video in, 1 x video out and alarm audio line out

Data and video

7A fuse

Red

Black

12 V / 24 V supply

D11210-2

Power distribution

Raymarine recommend that all power connections are made via a distribution panel.

• All equipment must be powered from a breaker or switch, with appropriate circuit protection.

• All equipment should where possible be wired to individual breakers.

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Warning: Product grounding

Before applying power to this product, ensure it has been correctly grounded, in accordance with the instructions in this guide.

Grounding

The following requirements apply when grounding Raymarine equipment which does not have a dedicated drain wire or shield:

Common ground point

The negative wire must be connected to a bonded common ground point, i. e. with the ground point connected to battery negative, and situated as close as possible to the battery negative terminal.

1 2 3

1.

Power cable to display

2.

Bonded common ground connection

3.

Battery

Implementation

If several items require grounding, they may be first be connected to a single local point (e.g. within a switch panel), with this point

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The preferred minimum requirement for the path to ground (bonded or non-bonded) is via a flat tinned copper braid, with a 30 A rating

(1/4 inch) or greater. If this is not possible, an equivalent stranded wire conductor may be used, rated as follows:

• for runs of <1 m (3 ft), use 6 mm 2 (#10 AWG) (6 mm) or greater.

• for runs of >1 m (3 ft), use 8 mm 2 (#8 AWG) or greater.

In any grounding system, always keep the length of connecting braid or wires as short as possible.

Important: Do NOT connect this product to a positively-grounded power system.

References

• ISO 10133/13297

• BMEA code of practice

• NMEA 0400

Power cable

The display is supplied with a combined power and data multi cable, this can be extended if required.

Power cable supplied

Cable Part number

1.5 m (4.9 ft) Power and data cable

R62131

Notes

Supplied with unit

Cable extension

The following restrictions apply to any extension to the power cable:

E-Series Widescreen installation

• Cable must be of a suitable gauge for the circuit load.

• Each unit should have its own dedicated power cable wired back to the distribution panel.

Total length (max) Supply voltage

0–5 m (0–16.4 ft)

12 V

24 V

5–10 m (16.4–32.8 ft)

10–15 m (32.8–49.2 ft)

15–20 m (49.2–65.5 ft)

12 V

24 V

12 V

24 V

12 V

24 V

16

12

14

20

14

18

12

Cable gauge

(AWG)

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Note: These distances are for a 2 wire power cable run from the battery to the display (approximately the distance from the battery to the display). To calculate the round trip length, double the figure stated here.

Sharing a breaker

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.

+VE bar -VE bar

Where possible, connect individual items of equipment to individual circuit breakers.

Where this not possible, use individual in-line fuses to provide the necessary protection.

Circuit breaker

Fuse Fuse

Breakers, fuses and circuit protection

The power cable includes an in-line fuse. It is recommended that you fit an additional thermal breaker or fuse at the distribution panel.

Display

• C90W / E90W

• C120W / E120W

• C140W /E140W

Fuse

7 A in-line fuse fitted within power cable.

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3.4 SeaTalk

hs

network

The SeaTalk hs network allows you to connect compatible displays and other digital devices.

SeaTalk hs can be used with E-Series Widescreen to:

• Create a network of up to 5 E-Series Widescreen displays.

• Connect a digital radar scanner.

• Connect a digital sounder (DSM).

Note: A network containing more than a single connection will require a SeaTalk hs switch. This is a hub used for connection of multiple devices.

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Typical SeaTalk hs network

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1 2

SeaTalk hs

SeaTalk hs

5 3

SeaTalk hs

S eaTalk hs

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1.

Data master display

2.

Repeat display

3.

SeaTalk hs switch

4.

Digital radar scanner

5.

Digital sounder, e.g. DSM400

Radar connection

The display is compatible with Raymarine digital radar scanners.

The scanner is connected using a SeaTalk hs cable.

Cables and connections

The digital radar is usually connected via a SeaTalk hs switch. On smaller systems (with only one display and no other digital devices) the radar may be connected using a crossover coupler.

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Radar connected using SeaTalk hs switch

2

1

3

2.

Digital radar scanner

3.

SeaTalk hs switch

4.

VCM100 power converter (This is only required with open array type scanners.)

5.

Connection to power supply

Radar connected directly to the display

Note: The connector on the free end of the radar cable does not have a locking / weather tight mechanism. The use of a crossover coupler is important to create a weather proof connection.

5

4

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1.

Display

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1

2

1.

Digital radar scanner

2.

Display

3.

Crossover coupler

4.

Connection to power supply

Cables and connections

3

4

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Digital radar cable extension

If required you can use a Raymarine digital radar extension cable.

1

2

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1.

Extension cable

2.

Digital scanner cable

Note: The extension cable connects to the radar scanner.

Digital radar cables

You will need at least 2 cables to connect the digital radar scanner.

One cable connects the scanner to a SeaTalk hs switch (or crossover coupler). The second cable then connects into the display.

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Note: The maximum cable length including all extensions is 25 m

(82 ft).

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Radar scanner to SeaTalk hs switch (or crossover coupler)

Digital scanner cables

Connect the Radar scanner to the SeaTalk hs switch (or crossover coupler) and power supply. These cables contain both power and data wires.

Cable Part number

5 m (16.4 ft) Digital cable

A55076

10 m (32.8 ft) Digital cable

A55077

Notes

Your radar scanner may include the 10 m cable

(depending upon the model purchased)

15 m (49.2 ft) Digital cable

25 m (82.0 ft) Digital cable

A55078

A55079

Extension cables

Use of one of these cables to extend the radar connection to the SeaTalk hs switch

(or crossover coupler) and power supply. These cables contain both power and data wires.

Notes Cable

2.5 m (8.2 ft) extension cable

5 m (16.4 ft) extension cable

10 m (32.8 ft) extension cable

Part number

A92141

A55080

A55081

SeaTalk hs switch (or crossover coupler) to display unit

SeaTalk hs network cables

Connect from the SeaTalk hs switch or the crossover coupler into the rear of the display.

Notes Cable

1.5 m (4.9 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable

5 m (16.4 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable

10 m (32.8 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable

20 m (65.6 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable

Part number

E55049

E55050

E55051

E55052

SeaTalk hs hardware

To connect the digital radar to the C-Series display you will need to include one of the following

Cable

SeaTalk hs switch

SeaTalk hs coupler

Part number

E55058

E55060

Notes

8 way hub for network connection of multiple

SeaTalk hs devices.

Couple for connection of a single SeaTalk hs device.

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Sonar connection

The sonar connection is required for fishfinder applications. The display is connected to a sonar module (DSM) using a SeaTalk hs cable. You will also require a compatible transducer connected to the DSM unit.

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2

The E-Series Widescreen display can be used with the following

DSM units:

• DSM400

• DSM300

• DSM30

The display can support 1 DSM module.

Sonar connected directly to the display

On smaller systems (with only one display and no other digital devices) the DSM may be connected directly to the display without using a SeaTalk hs switch.

Note: You must ensure that the cable ends connected into the display and DSM have a locking / weather tight mechanism.

Typical DSM system

1 2

SeaTalk hs

3

3

SeaTalk hs

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1.

Display

2.

SeaTalk hs switch

3.

DSM unit, e.g. DSM400

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4

SeaTalk hs

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1.

DSM unit, e.g. DSM400

2.

Display

3.

SeaTalk hs switch

4.

Transducer

Sonar cable

Connect the DSM unit directly to your display, or connect via the

SeaTalk hs switch.

SeaTalk hs network cables

Connect from the SeaTalk hs switch into the rear of the display.

Notes Cable

1.5 m (4.9 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable

5 m (16.4 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable

10 m (32.8 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable

20 m (65.6 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable

Part number

E55049

E55050

E55051

E55052

Fully waterproof SeaTalk hs network cables

Connect directly from DSM to the rear of the display.

Cable

1.5 m (4.9 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable.

10 m (32.8 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable

Part number

A62245

A62246

Notes

Cable has waterproof connectors at both ends.

Cable has waterproof connectors at both ends.

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3.5 NMEA 0183 connection

Connections to NMEA 0183 devices are made using the supplied

Power and data cable.

Widescreen display

White

IN

+ve

G reen

IN

-ve

Yellow

OUT

+ve

Brown

OUT

-ve

Orange/

White

IN

+ve

O range/

Green

IN

-ve

Orange/

Yellow

OUT

+ve

Orange/

Brown

OUT

-ve

Blue/

White

IN

+ve

Blue/

Green

IN

-ve

The display has 3 NMEA ports available:

Port 1: Input and output, 4800 / 9600 baud rate.

Port 2: Input and output, up to 38400 baud rate.

Port 3: Input only, 4800 baud rate.

NMEA 0183 cable

You can extend the NMEA 0183 wires within the supplied power and data cable.

Data cable extension

The following restrictions apply to any extension to the NMEA 0183 data wires.

Total length (max)

Up to 5 m

Cable

High quality data cable:

• 2 x twisted pair with overall shield.

• 50 to 75 pF/m capacitance core to core.

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OUT

+ve

OUT

-ve

IN

+ve

NMEA

DEVICE

4800/9600 baud

IN

-ve

OUT

+ve

OUT

-ve

IN

+ve

NMEA

DEVICE

4800/9600/38400 baud

IN

-ve

OUT

+ve

OUT

-ve

NMEA

DEVICE

4800 baud

(transmit to display only)

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3.6 SeaTalk connection

Connections to SeaTalk equipment are made using the supplied multi-cable.

SeaTalk cable

For SeaTalk cables and extensions, use Raymarine SeaTalk cable accessories.

Note: Power to SeaTalk instruments is not provided by the display.

W idescreen display

19 way multi-cable

W hite/Red

White/Black

White/Yellow

Power, data and video

Red

Black

Yellow

Cables and connections

SeaTalk devices

Red

Black

5 A fused,

12 V dc supply

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3.7 Alarm connection

An alarm buzzer can be connected using the power / data cable provided with the display.

Typical alarm connection

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W idescreen display

19 way multi-cable

Grey Black

Power, data and video

Black

-ve supply

(from battery/

breaker)

Red Black

Alarm

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Note: The alarm output is rated for 100 mA maximum load

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High alarm loads and third party alarms

You can use the alarm output to switch a relay. This may be useful for connecting high loads such as third party alarm sounders or inductive loads to the display. If you are in any doubt as to how to make such connections please consult an authorized installer.

The E-Series Widescreen multifunction display has a positive switched alarm output. The following circuit shows the arrangement for connection of a relay switch.

Alarm output configured to switch a relay

3.8 GPS connection

Depending upon your GPS type it may be either connected via

SeaTalk or NMEA 0183.

See also

• For SeaTalk connection refer to:

3.6 SeaTalk connection

.

• For NMEA 0183 connection refer to:

3.5 NMEA 0183 connection .

Alarm out

(+ve)

Battery +

Relay

Suppression diode

0v return

High current load

Battery --

Note: When connecting the output to a relay or other inductive device you should fit a spike suppression diode e.g. 1N4001.

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3.9 AIS connection

A compatible AIS can be connected using SeaTalk ng or NMEA 0183.

Connection using SeaTalk ng

Connection using NMEA 0183

1 2

SeaTalkng

1

2

NMEA 0183 (4800)

VHF

AIS

500

3

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1.

Widescreen display

2.

AIS500 transceiver

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4

1.

VHF antenna

2.

VHF radio

3.

AIS unit

4.

Display

N MEA0183 (38400)

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3.10 Fastheading connection

If you wish to use MARPA (radar target acquisition) functions on a system without a SeaTalk ng autopilot then you will require a dedicated Fastheading connection. The connection uses

NMEA 0183 and can be made to either a compatible Raymarine autopilot or a dedicated Fastheading sensor. If your system includes a Raymarine SPX course computer connected using SeaTalk ng then you will not need the separate Fastheading connection.

Typical Fastheading from NMEA 0183 compatible autopilot

1 2

Note: The connection can be made into any NMEA 0183 port.

1.

Display

2.

Autopilot course computer

3.

Autopilot connected via NMEA 0183 (Fastheading and other relevant data)

4.

Autopilot controller

5.

Fluxgate compass

4

3

NMEA0183

5

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3.11 SeaTalk

ng

connections

The display can connect as part of a SeaTalk ng network.

The display can use SeaTalk ng to communicate with:

• SeaTalk ng instruments (e.g. ST70)

• SeaTalk ng autopilots (e.g. ST70 with SmartPilot SPX course computer)

Typical SeaTalk ng system

ST70

Instrument

ST70

Pilot Controller Transducer

Pod

CANCEL ENTER

MENU

CANCEL ENTER

MENU

Wind

Transducer

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Widescreen Display

Power Supply

1 2 V / 24 V dc

Autopilot

(Course

Computer)

1 2 V dc + Data

SeaTalk ng backbone

Transducer

Pod

Depth

Transducer

Transducer

Pod

Speed

Transducer

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SeaTalk

ng

cabling

SeaTalk ng cables

Connection / Cable

Backbone cables (various lengths)

T-piece connectors

Terminators

Spur cables

Notes

The main cable carrying data. Spurs from the backbone are used to connect SeaTalk ng devices.

Used to make junctions in the backbone to which devices can then be connected.

Required at either end of the backbone.

Used to connect devices. Devices may be daisy chained or connected directly to the T-pieces.

Seatalk ng power

The SeaTalk ng bus requires a 12 V power supply. This may be provided from:

• Raymarine equipment with a regulated 12 V supply. (e.g. a

SmartPilot SPX course computer)

• Other suitable 12 V supply.

Note: SeaTalk ng does NOT supply power to multifunction displays and other equipment with a dedicated power supply input.

3.12 NMEA 2000 connection

The display can receive data from NMEA 2000 devices (e.g. data from compatible engines). The NMEA 2000 connection is made using SeaTalk ng and appropriate adaptor cables.

You can EITHER:

• Use your SeaTalk ng backbone and connect each NMEA 2000 device on a spur, OR

• connect the display on a spur into an existing NMEA 2000 backbone.

Important: You cannot have 2 backbones connected together.

Connecting NMEA 2000 equipment to the SeaTalk ng backbone

1

12V

SeaTalkng

4

NMEA 2000

3

2

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1.

12 V supply into backbone

2.

SeaTalk ng backbone

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3.

SeaTalk ng to DeviceNet adaptor cable

4.

NMEA 2000 equipment

Connecting the display to an existing NMEA 2000 (DeviceNet) backbone

3.13 Video and alarm audio connection

The display supports connection of up to 4 video devices and an external monitor. It also provides an alarm audio output for connection to the ship’s audio system.

1

2

3

1.

Display

2.

SeaTalk ng to DeviceNet adaptor cable

3.

DeviceNet ng backbone

4.

NMEA 2000 equipment

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Video and alarm audio connection

1

4

5

1

2

3

4

6

2

1.

Display

2.

Power and data cable

3.

Audio/Video cable

Cables and connections

3

4.

Video connection (x 4)

5.

VGA connection to external monitor

6.

Audio out (line level to appropriate amplifier)

Video connection colors

1 Black

2 Yellow

3

4

Green

Blue

Video and alarm audio cables

These are the cables which provide connections for video devices, an external monitor and an alarm audio signal.

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Video and audio cables

Cable Part number

1.5 m (4.9 ft) Power and data cable

R62131

5 m (16.4 ft) Video/Alarm audio cable

A62158

Notes

Supplied with the display.

Provides 1 x video input

Available as an accessory.

This cable provides:

• 3 x video input BNC connectors

• 1 x VGA video output connector

• 1 x RCA phono jack plug (for alarm signalling only)

Note: 5 m (16.4

ft) length is for the

VGA flying lead only.

All other connectors are on leads of 0.5 m

(1.6 ft) length.

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Chapter 4: Location and mounting

Chapter contents

• 4.1 Selecting a location on page 46

• 4.2 Flush mounting on page 48

• 4.3 Bracket (trunnion) mounting on page 49

• 4.4 Front bezel on page 51

Location and mounting

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4.1 Selecting a location

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).

General location requirements

When selecting a location for your display it is important to consider a number of factors.

Key factors which can affect product performance are:

Ventilation

To ensure adequate airflow:

– Ensure that equipment is mounted in a compartment of suitable size.

– Ensure that ventilation holes are not obstructed. Allow adequate separation of equipment.

Any specific requirements for each system component are provided later in this chapter.

Mounting surface.

Ensure equipment is adequately supported on a secure surface.

Do not mount units or cut holes in places which may damage the structure of the vessel.

Cable entry

Ensure the unit is mounted in a location which allows proper routing and connection of cables:

– Minimum bend radius of 100 mm (3.94 in) unless otherwise stated.

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– Use cable supports to prevent stress on connectors.

Water ingress

The display is suitable for mounting both above and below decks.

It is waterproof to IPX6 standard. Although the unit is waterproof, it is good practice to locate it in a protected area away from prolonged and direct exposure to rain and salt spray.

Electrical interference

Select a location that is far enough away from devices that may cause interference, such as motors, generators and radio transmitters/receivers.

Magnetic compass

Select a location that is at least 3 ft (1 m) away from a magnetic compass.

Power supply

Select a location that is as close as possible to the boat’s DC power source. This will help to keep cable runs to a minimum

Adequate space for cooling fins

Ensure adequate space around the cooling fins, in particular you must avoid contact with any metal object or surface.

Both the cooling fins on the rear of the display and the screws securing them MUST NOT be in contact with any metal objects including any metallic part of the vessel structure. Failure to adhere to this could result in unwanted current flow and in turn damage to the vessel structure through the process of galvanic corrosion.

If this is a concern then the method of mounting must ensure electrical isolation.

Viewing angle considerations

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.

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Viewing angle

8 0° 8 0°

8 0°

Widescreen display dimensions

C

60° E90W / E120W

70° E140W

Note: The angles are provided for a contrast ratio of equal to or greater than 10.

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C/E90W

C/E120W

C/E140W

A

A

316 mm

(12.4 “)

380 mm

(15 “)

423 mm

(16.7 “)

B

197 mm

(7.8 “)

245 mm

(9.6 “)

277 mm

(10.9 “)

C

113 mm

(4.4 “)

113 mm

(4.4 “)

113 mm

(4.4 “)

D

156 mm

(6.1 “)

156 mm

(6.1 “)

156 mm

(6.1 “)

D

E

211 mm

(8.3 “)

260 mm

(10.2 “)

291 mm

(11.5 “)

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4.2 Flush mounting

The standard method for mounting the display is a flush or panel mounting arrangement.

Before mounting the unit, ensure that you have:

• Selected a suitable location

• Identified the cable connections and route that the cables will take

• Detached the front bezel

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1. Check the selected location for the unit. A clear, flat area with suitable clearance behind the panel, is required.

2. Fix the appropriate cutting template supplied with the product, to the selected location, using masking or self-adhesive tape.

3. Using a suitable hole saw (the size is indicated on the template), make a pilot hole in each corner of the cut-out area.

4. Using a suitable saw, cut along the inside edge of the cut-out line.

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5. Ensure that the unit fits into the removed area and then file around the cut edge until smooth.

6. Drill four 4.5 mm (3/16 in) holes as indicated on the template to accept the securing bolts.

7. Place the gasket onto the display unit and press firmly onto the flange.

8. Connect the power, data and other cables to the unit.

9. Slide the unit into place and secure using bolts provided.

Once you have secured the display in place, proceed and attach the front bezel.

4.3 Bracket (trunnion) mounting

The display can be mounted on an optional bracket.

REQUIRES THE OPTIONAL MOUNTING BRACKET ACCESSORY.

Before mounting the unit ensure that you have:

• Selected a suitable location

• Identified the cable connections and route that the cables will take

• Attached the front bezel

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Note: Bracket (trunnion) mounting kit is available as an optional accessory.

1. Mark the location of the mounting bracket screw holes on the chosen mounting surface.

2. Drill pilot holes for the screws using a suitable drill, taking care that there are no cables or anything that may be damaged behind the surface.

3. Use the screws supplied to attach the mounting bracket securely.

4. Attach the display unit to the mounting bracket.

Once you have secured the display in place, proceed and make the required cable connections.

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4.4 Front bezel

Attaching the front bezel

Before fitting the bezel you must have mounted the unit in its required location.

1. Carefully lift one edge of the screen protection film, so that it is accessible for removing when unit installation is complete.

2. Place the bezel over the front of the display, ensuring that the clips along the bottom edge of the bezel are latched into position.

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3. Ensure that the control buttons pass through their respective openings.

4. Apply firm but even pressure to the bezel along the: i.

Outer edges - work from the sides upwards and then along the top edge, to ensure that it clips securely into position.

ii. Inner edges - particularly along the chart card door edge, to ensure that the bezel sits flat.

5. Check that all control buttons are free to operate. Use your thumb or forefinger in a circular motion to do this.

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Removing the front bezel

2

3

1

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Important: Use care when removing the bezel. Do not use any tools to lever the bezel, doing so may cause damage.

1. Unclip the lower edge of the bezel. Starting at the lower-center edge and working towards the outer edges,

2. Unclip the left hand edge working from the bottom corner upwards.

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3. Unclip the right hand edge.

The bezel should now come away from the display easily.

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Chapter 5: System checks

Chapter contents

• 5.1 Initial power on test on page 54

• 5.2 Designating the data master on page 55

• 5.3 GPS check on page 55

• 5.4 Radar check on page 56

• 5.5 Sonar check on page 58

• 5.6 Language selection on page 59

• 5.7 Setting up Autopilot, AIS and Navtex on page 59

• 5.8 System setup menu on page 60

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5.1 Initial power on test

Touchscreen overview

The touchscreen provides a quick way of performing many common functions.

Some of the functions you can operate with the touchscreen include:

• Accessing applications.

• Adding and editing applications pages.

• Placing and editing waypoints.

• Building routes.

• Panning the chart display.

• Placing and moving the cursor.

• Placing and moving VRMs and EBLs.

Note: Raymarine strongly recommends that you familiarize yourself with touch operations while your vessel is anchored or moored. You may find it helpful to use the simulator mode

(accessible from Menu > System Setup Menu) in these situations.

1

2

3

1.

Rotary Control. Use this to select menu options and adjust the value of various items.

2.

Trackpad. Use this to select menu items, options and move the cursor.

3.

OK button. Use this to confirm a selection or entry.

Powering the display on

1. Press and hold the POWER button until the Raymarine logo appears.

2. Press OK to acknowledge the warning window.

Note: To disable the audible “beep” that you hear when you touch the screen, go to Menu > Display Setup > Touch beep.

UniControl

The UniControl provides a number of key functions in a single control.

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5.2 Designating the data master

The following task must be performed on the multifunction display that you want to designate as the data master:

1. Press the MENU button.

2. Select the System Setup menu item.

3. Select the System Integration menu item.

4. Select the Data Master > ON option.

5. Press the OK button.

5.3 GPS check

Checking GPS operation

You can check that the GPS is functioning correctly using the chart application.

1. Select the Chart page.

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2. Check the screen.

With the chart displayed, you should see:

Your boat position (indicates a GPS fix). Your current position is represented by a boat symbol or solid circle. Your position is also displayed in the data bar under VES POS.

Note: A solid circle on the chart indicates that neither heading nor Course Over Ground (COG) data is available.

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5.4 Radar check

Warning: Radar scanner safety

Before rotating the radar scanner, ensure all personnel are clear.

Warning: Radar transmission safety

The radar scanner transmits electromagnetic energy.

Ensure all personnel are clear of the scanner when the radar is transmitting.

Checking the radar

1. Select a Radar page.

The Radar scanners will now initialize in standby mode, this process will take approximately 70 seconds.

2. Press the POWER button.

3. Press the Radar Tx/Stdby softkey and set to Tx.

The scanners should now be transmitting and receiving.

4. Check that the radar screen is operating correctly.

Typical HD digital radar screen

Note: The example above is representative of the enhanced output provided by a HD digital radar scanner.

Points to check:

• Radar sweep with echo responses are shown on screen.

• Radar status icon rotating in top right hand corner.

Check and adjust bearing alignment

Bearing alignment

The radar bearing alignment ensures that radar objects appear at the correct bearing relative to your boat’s bow. You should check the bearing alignment for any new installation.

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Example misaligned radar

Target object dead ahead

(bearing alignment will be required)

Radar target not aligned

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Checking the bearing alignment

1. With your vessel under way: Align the bow with a stationary object identified on the radar display An object between 1 & 2

NM distant is ideal.

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2. Note the position of the object on the radar display. If the target is not under the ships heading marker (SHM), there is an alignment error and you will need to carry out bearing alignment adjustment.

Adjusting the bearing alignment

Once you have checked the bearing alignment you can proceed and make any required adjustments.

With the radar page displayed:

1. Select the RADAR SETUP > BEARING ALIGNMENT menu.

2. Press the BEARING ALIGNMENT softkey.

3. Use the rotary control to place the selected target under the

Ship’s Heading Marker.

4. Press OK when complete.

Adjusting radar offset (parking)

This setting is applicable to open array scanners. It is used to ensure the scanner parks in the correct position when rotation stops.

Before you proceed, ensure that:

• The radar page is selected

• The radar scanner is initialized standby mode

1. Press the RADAR SETUP > SCANNER SETUP.

2. Select the PARKING OFFSET option, then adjust the offset angle required to park the radar so that the antenna comes to rest facing forward (you should see the Raymarine logo wording from the front of the vessel) when you place it in either standby or switch it off.

3. Press OK when complete.

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5.5 Sonar check

Warning: Sonar operation

• NEVER operate the sounder with the boat out of the water.

• NEVER touch the transducer face when the sounder is powered on.

• SWITCH OFF the sounder if divers are likely to be within 25 ft (5 m) of the transducer.

Select the fishfinder transducer

You must set up the system for the transducer connected to your

DSM. Use the fishfinder setup menus to select the appropriate transducer.

Selecting the fishfinder transducer

From the main fishfinder screen:

1. Press the MENU button.

2. Select Fishfinder Setup from the list of options.

3. Select Transducer Settings from the list of menu options:

4. Use the Select Transducer option and select the appropriate transducer from those available.

Checking the sonar

Sonar checks are made using the fishfinder application.

1. Select the fishfinder page.

2. Check the fishfinder display.

With the fishfinder active you should see:

• Depth reading (indicates the transducer is working). The depth is shown in large white numbers at the bottom left of the screen.

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5.6 Language selection

The system can operate in the following languages:

English (US)

Danish

French

Italian

Norwegian

Spanish

English (UK)

Dutch

German

Japanese

Portuguese

Swedish

1. Press the MENU button to open the setup menu.

2. Select the System Setup > Language menu.

3. Select from the languages available.

Chinese

Finnish

Greek

Korean

Russian

Turkish

5.7 Setting up Autopilot, AIS and Navtex

Some setting up is required to enable integration of Autopilot, AIS and Navtex equipment connected as part of your system.

1. Check the system integration settings.

i.

Access the Menu > System Setup > System Integration menu ii. Autopilot control. This option should be Enabled if you wish to control a compatible autopilot using the display.

iii. NMEA port settings. These should be set appropriately for the connected devices.

iv. Bridge NMEA heading. This should be set ON only if the display is used as a source of heading data for other devices connected on SeaTalk or SeaTalk ng .

2. Check the display presentation settings.

The AIS presentation layer must be turned ON in order to display targets.

i.

Select the 2D Chart Layers from the chart window ii. Select AIS Targets On or Off as appropriate.

Further changes to the system set up can be made as required, however most other equipment will operate to a default level without further configuration.

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5.8 System setup menu

The following table describes the various options in the System Setup menu for your multifunction display.

Menu item

Position Mode

TD Setup

Simulator

Bearing Mode

MOB Data Type

Description

Determines how positioning data is displayed — as

Latitude/Longitude coordinates, or Loran TDs.

When the Position Mode (see above) is set to TDs, you can specify the chain identifier, slave, and ASF values.

Enables or disables simulator mode, which allows you to practice operating your multifunction display without data from a GPS antenna, fishfinder (DSM sonar), or any other external unit.

Determines how all bearing and heading data is displayed in.

This does not affect how the chart or radar displays are drawn.

Determines whether positional data or dead reckoning is displayed. Assuming that your vessel and the Man Over Board

(MOB) are subject to the same tide and wind effects, the dead reckoning setting normally gives a more accurate course.

Options

• Lat/Long (default)

• TDs

Chain

• Various options, depending on cartography.

Slave 1/2

• Various options, depending on cartography.

ASF 1/2

• –09.9 to +09.9

• OFF (default)

• ON

• DEMO

• True (default)

• Magnetic

• Dead Reckoning (default)

• Position

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Menu item

Variation Source

Manual Variation

Language

Extended Character Set

Ground Trip Reset

Settings Reset

Description

This setting compensates for the naturally occuring offset of the earth’s magnetic field. When set to Auto, the system automatically compensates, and displays the compensation value in brackets. To enter your own compensation value, use the Manual option, then specify the value using the Manual

Variation setting (see below).

When the Variation Source menu item is set to Manual (see above), you use the Manual Variation setting to specify the compensation value that you want to use. This value is also transmitted to any other connected SeaTalk instruments.

Determines the language that will be used for all on-screen text, labels, menus and options.

Determines whether additional accented characters are made available when you are entering text.

Resets the chosen ground trip distance counter to zero.

Resets all system setup menus, including page sets and the databar, to the factory default settings. Waypoints, routes and tracks are NOT deleted.

Options

• Auto (compensation value displayed in brackets) (default)

• Manual

• 0 degrees East (default)

• Range: 0 to 30 degrees East or West

• OFF (default)

• ON

• Ground Trip 1 Reset

• Ground Trip 2 Reset

• Ground Trip 3 Reset

• Ground Trip 4 Reset

Reset Defaults confirmation

• YES

• NO

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Menu item

Settings and Data Reset

Date/Time Setup

Description

Resets all system setup menus, including page sets and the databar, to the factory default settings. Waypoints, routes and tracks ARE deleted.

Note: For systems using multiple multifunction displays

(networked displays), the complete system database is deleted on the data master (primary display). Only the waypoints, routes and tracks will be deleted from any additional multifunction displays.

Options

Factory Reset confirmation

• YES

• NO

These options enable you to customize the date and time format to your requirements. You can also specify a local time offset from Universal Time Constant (UTC), to compensate for any time zone difference.

Date Format

• mm/dd/yy

• dd/mm/yy

Time Format

• 12hr

• 24hr

Local Time Offset

• –013.0 to +013.0

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Menu item

Units Setup

System checks

Description

Enables you to specify the units used for the following key measurements:

• Distance

• Speed

• Depth

• Temperature

• Pressure

• Volume

Note: If the Distance unit is set to Nautical Miles or Statute

Miles, and the data displayed is less than 1 unit, the system displays the units in Feet. If the Distance unit is set to

Kilometers, the system displays the units in Meters.

Options

Distance Units

• Nautical Miles (default)

• Statute Miles

• Kilometers

Speed Units

• Knots (default)

• mph (miles per hour)

• kph (kilometers per hour)

Depth Units

• Meters

• Feet (default)

• Fathoms

Temperature Units

• Fahrenheit (default)

• Celsius

Pressure Units

• Bar

• PSI (default)

• Kilopascals

Volume Units

• US Gallons

• Imp (Imperial) Gallons (default)

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Menu item

System Integration

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Description Options

Determines the connection settings for external equipment. The following items are available in the sub-menu:

Autopilot Control — If set to Enabled, this option allows you to control certain aspects of a connected pilot control head, such as sending commands to engage and disengage the autopilot. If set to Disabled, you will not be able to control the autopilot from your multifunction display, and all functions must be controlled from the pilot control head itself.

DSC Message — If set to ON, details of distress DSC messages from a connected DSC VHF radio will be displayed on your multifunction display. If set to OFF, the messages will

NOT be displayed on your multifunction display.

SeaTalk Alarms — If set to ON, all system alarms generated by any connected SeaTalk units will be displayed on your multifunction display. If set to OFF, the alarms will NOT be displayed on your multifunction display.

Preferred GPS Source — Your multifunction display supports GPS receivers connected by SeaTalk1, SeaTalk ng , or

NMEA2000. Select the preferred source.

Data Master — If you have more than one multifunction display on the same network, one of them must be set as the data master. When this option is set to ON, the multifunction display you are currently using will be set as the data master.

Bridge NMEA Heading — If set to ON, NMEA heading data will be bridged onto the SeaTalk data bus, and will be sent to all NMEA-connected devices. If set to OFF, NMEA heading data will NOT be bridged onto the SeaTalk bus. An example of a use for this setting is when using MARPA with an external fast heading sensor, in which case you should set this option

• Liters

Autopilot Control

• Disabled (default)

• Enabled

DSC Message

• OFF (default)

• ON

SeaTalk Alarms

• ON (default)

• OFF

Preferred GPS Source

• SeaTalkng / NMEA2000 (default)

• SeaTalk1

• NMEA0183

Data Master

• ON (default)

• OFF

Bridge NMEA Heading

• OFF (default)

• ON

SeaTalk2 Keyboard

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Menu item Description

to OFF to ensure that all NMEA-connected units receive heading data from the external heading sensor.

SeaTalk2 Keyboard — Set to ONE or ALL if you have a

SeaTalk2 keyboard connected. Otherwise, set to OFF.

NMEA Output Setup — allows you to enable or disable the individual NMEA output “sentences” for each NMEA port.

NMEA Port Setting — Allows you to specify the appropriate port speed for the equipment connected to each NMEA port.

When the Navtex 4800 or Navtex 9600 option is selected, you will be able to view the Navtex message list. Use the AIS

38400 option for AIS receivers.

Options

• OFF (default)

• ALL

• ONE

NMEA Output Setup

• RMB

• RMC

• RSD

• RTE

• TTM

• VHW

• VLW

• WPL

• APB

• BWC

• BWR

• DBT

• DPT

• GGA

• GLL

• MTW

• MWV

• RMA

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Menu item

Waypoint Password Setup

Description

This menu allows you to enable password protection for waypoints, and to change the password.

Options

• VTG

• ZDA

NMEA Port Setting

• NMEA 4800 (default)

• Navtex 4800

• Navtex 9600

• AIS 38400

Enable Password

• OFF (default)

• ON

Change Password

• Displays Edit Waypoint Password dialog.

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Chapter 6: Troubleshooting

Chapter contents

• 6.1 Troubleshooting on page 68

• 6.2 Power up troubleshooting on page 69

• 6.3 Radar troubleshooting on page 70

• 6.4 GPS troubleshooting on page 71

• 6.5 Sonar troubleshooting on page 72

• 6.6 System data troubleshooting on page 73

• 6.7 Video troubleshooting on page 74

• 6.8 Touchscreen troubleshooting on page 75

• 6.9 SeaTalk hs LED indications on page 75

• 6.10 Miscellaneous troubleshooting on page 76

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6.1 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 E-Series

Widescreen multifunction display, 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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6.2 Power up troubleshooting

Problems at power up and their possible causes and solutions are described here.

Problem

The display does not start up.

Possible causes

Problem with power to the unit.

Possible solutions

Check relevant fuses and breakers.

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.

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6.3 Radar troubleshooting

Problems with the radar and their possible causes and solutions are described here.

Problem

No Data or No scanner message

Radar will not initialize (Voltage control module (VCM) stuck in “sleep mode”

The bearing of a target on the radar screen is incorrect.

Possible causes

Radar scanner power supply

SeaTalk hs network problem

Possible solutions

Check that the scanner power supply cable is sound and that all connections are tight and free from corrosion.

Check relevant fuses and breakers.

Check power source is of the correct voltage and sufficient current (using voltage booster if appropriate).

Check that the Scanner is correctly connected to the display via a crossover coupler or SeaTalk hs switch.

Check the status of the SeaTalk hs Switch.

Check that SeaTalk hs cables are free from damage.

Contact Raymarine technical support.

Software mismatch between equipment may prevent communication.

Switch at scanner pedestal in OFF position Ensure scanner pedestal switch is in ON position.

Intermittent or poor power connection

The radar bearing alignment requires correcting.

Check power connection at VCM. (Voltage at input = 12 / 24 V, Voltage at output = 40 V)

Check and adjust radar bearing alignment.

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6.4 GPS troubleshooting

Problems with the GPS and their possible causes and solutions are described here.

Problem

“No Fix” GPS status icon is displayed.

Possible causes

Geographic location or prevailing conditions preventing satellite fix.

External GPS connection fault.

External GPS antenna in poor position.

For example:

• Below decks

• Close proximity to transmitting equipment such as VHF radio

GPS installation problem.

Possible solutions

Check periodically to see if a fix is obtained in better conditions or another geographic location.

Ensure that GPS connections and cabling are correct and fault free..

Ensure GPS antenna has a clear view of the sky.

Refer to manufacturers handbook for installation details.

Note: A GPS Status screen is available within the Setup menu. This provides satellite signal strength and other relevant information.

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6.5 Sonar troubleshooting

Problems with the sonar and their possible causes and solutions are described here.

Problem

No data source for the fishfinder.

Possible causes

DSM power supply fault.

Other DSM fault.

SeaTalk hs network problem.

Possible solutions

Check the DSM power supply and cables.

Refer to the instructions supplied with the DSM unit.

Check that the DSM is correctly connected to the display or SeaTalk hs switch.

Check the status of the SeaTalk hs Switch.

Check that SeaTalk hs cables are free from damage.

Contact Raymarine technical support.

Problematic depth readings or sonar image.

Software mismatch between equipment may prevent communication.

Gain or Frequency settings may be inappropriate for present conditions.

DSM cable fault.

Check the fishfinder presets, gain and frequency settings.

Other DSM fault.

Ensure that the power, transducer and all other cables to the DSM unit are properly connected and free from damage.

Refer to the instructions supplied with the DSM unit.

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6.6 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

Instrument, engine or other system data is unavailable at all displays.

Possible causes

Data is not being received at the display.

Data source (e.g ST70 instrument or engine interface) is not operating.

Possible solutions

Check the data bus (e.g. SeaTalk ng ) wiring and connection to the display.

Check the overall integrity of the data bus (e.g. SeaTalk ng ) wiring.

If available refer to the reference guide for the data bus. (e.g. SeaTalk ng reference manual)

Check the source of the missing data (e.g. ST70 instrument or engine interface).

Check the power to the SeaTalk bus.

Refer to the manufacturer’s handbook for the equipment in question.

Contact Raymarine technical support.

Instrument or other system data is missing from some but not all displays.

Software mismatch between equipment may prevent communication.

SeaTalk hs network problem

Software mismatch between equipment may prevent communication.

Check that all required equipment is connected to the SeaTalk hs switch.

Check the status of the SeaTalk hs Switch.

Check that SeaTalk hs cables are free from damage.

Contact Raymarine technical support

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6.7 Video troubleshooting

Problems with the video inputs and their possible causes and solutions are described here.

Problem

No signal message on screen (video image not displayed)

Only 1 video connection available

Possible causes

Cable or connection fault

Possible solutions

Check that the connections are sound and free from corrosion.

Video inputs 2, 3 and 4 are on a separate audio / video cable

Ensure that you have the separate audio/video cable and that it is correctly connected.

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6.8 Touchscreen troubleshooting

Problems with the touchscreen and their possible causes and solutions are described here.

Problem

Touchscreen does not operate as expected

Possible causes

Touch lock is enabled

Screen is not being operated with bare fingers, for example gloves are being worn

Touchscreen requires calibration

Saltwater deposits on the screen

Possible solutions

Use the Trackpad to turn off the touch lock on the home screen.

Bare fingers must make contact with the screen for correct operation.

Alternatively you may use conductive gloves.

Use the setup menus to calibrate the touchscreen.

Carefully clean and dry the screen in accordance with the instructions provided.

6.9 SeaTalk

hs

LED indications

LED indications associated with the SeaTalk hs switch are described here.

LED state

For all connected channels: 1 steady and 1 flashing green LED.

No LEDs are illuminated.

Some LEDs are not illuminated.

Possible causes

No problem detected (Steady LED indicates network connection Flashing

LED indicates network traffic) .

No power to the SeaTalk hs switch.

• Cable / connection faults on the channels with non-illuminated

LEDs.

• Equipment connected to non-illuminated LEDs may be faulty.

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6.10 Miscellaneous troubleshooting

Miscellaneous problems and their possible causes and solutions are described here.

Problem

Display behaves erratically:

• Frequent unexpected resets.

• System crashes or other erratic behavior.

Possible causes

Intermittent problem with power to the display.

Buttons trapped by front bezel.

Software mismatch on system (upgrade required).

Corrupt data / other unknown issue.

Possible solutions

Check relevant fuses and breakers.

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.

Ensure that the front bezel is fitted correctly and that all buttons are free to operate correctly.

Go to www.raymarine.com

and click on support for the latest software downloads.

Perform a factory reset. This option can be found within Menu > System

Setup > Settings and Data Reset .

Important: This will result in the loss of any settings and data (such as waypoints) stored on the display. Please save any important data to a

CF card before resetting.

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Chapter 7: Technical support

Chapter contents

• 7.1 Raymarine technical support on page 78

• 7.2 3rd party support on page 79

Technical support

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7.1 Raymarine technical support

Raymarine provides a comprehensive customer support service, on the world wide web, through our worldwide dealer network and by telephone help line. If you are unable to resolve a problem, please use any of these facilities to obtain additional help.

Web support

Please visit the customer support area of our website at: www.raymarine.com

This contains Frequently Asked Questions, servicing information, e-mail access to the Raymarine Technical Support Department and details of worldwide Raymarine agents.

Telephone support

In the USA call:

+1 603 881 5200 extension 2444

In the UK, Europe, the Middle East, or Far East call:

+44 (0)23 9271 4713

Product information

If you need to request service, please have the following information to hand:

• Product name.

• Product identity.

• Serial number.

• Software application version.

You can obtain this product information using the menus within your product.

Viewing product information

1. Open the system Setup menu.

2. Select System Diagnostics.

3. Select Software Services.

4. Select the Software Services menu:

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7.2 3rd party support

Contact and support details for 3rd party suppliers can be found on the appropriate websites.

Navionics

www.navionics.com

Sirius marine weather

www.sirius.com/marineweather

Sirius audio

www.sirius.com

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Chapter 8: Technical specification

Chapter contents

• 8.1 Technical specification on page 82

Technical specification

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8.1 Technical specification

Nominal supply voltage

Operating voltage range

12 or 24 V dc

10.7 to 32 V dc

Fuse / Breakers In-line fuse (fitted within power cable)

• 7 A. (Standard 20 mm glass fuse)

Environmental

Weight

Current

Power consumption

LEN

(Refer to Seatalk ng reference manual for further information.

4 A peak operating current

Typical power consumption at full brightness:

• E90W: 23 W

• E120W: 35 W

• E140W: 37 W

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Display screen

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Installation environment

• Operating temperature: -10 ºC to

+50 ºC (14 ºF to 122 ºF)

• Storage temperature: -20 ºC to

+65 ºC (-4 ºF to 149 ºF)

• Relative humidity: max 95%

• Water proof to IPX6

• E90W: 3.7 kg (8.2 lb)

• E120W: 4.4 kg (9.7 lb)

• E140W: 5.4 kg (11.9 lb)

TFT LCD display, 24bit color (16.7 M colors)

Resolution

• E90W: 9 in display, 800 x 480 pixels

• E120W: 12 in display, 1280 x 800 pixels

• E140W: 14 in display, 1280 x 800 pixels

Brightness

• E90W: 800 cd/m 2

• E120W / E140W: 1000 cd/m 2

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Data connections.

Audio alarm output

Video input

Video output

• 3 x NMEA 0183 ports:

– NMEA port 1: I/O 4800/9600 baud

– NMEA port 2: I/O

4800/9600/38400 baud

– NMEA port 3: Input only, 4800 baud

• 1 x SeaTalk port

• 1 x SeaTalk hs port. 100 Mbits/s.

RJ45 type connection

• 1 x SeaTalk ng connection

• 1 x Alarm output. Provides supply battery voltage @100 mA peak load.

• 1x Alarm repeat. Line level output,

1V rms line level into 600R load.

4 x NTSC/PAL video inputs to ITU-R

BT.601 standard.

1 x VGA output at either 720p (1280 x

720) or native display resolution.

Electronic charts

Conformance

Embedded electronic charts

• Navionics (embedded cartography appropriate to purchase region;

North America, Europe or Rest of

World, as appropriate)

Compatible chart cards

(CompactFlash)

• Navionics Silver, Gold, Gold+,

Platinum and Platinum+

• Europe: 2004/108/EC

• Australia and New Zealand: C-Tick,

Compliance Level 2

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Chapter 9: Options and accessories

Chapter contents

• 9.1 SeaTalk accessories on page 86

• 9.2 SeaTalk ng accessories on page 86

• 9.3 SeaTalk hs accessories on page 87

• 9.4 Spares and accessories on page 89

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9.1 SeaTalk accessories

SeaTalk cables and accessories for use with compatible products.

Description

NMEA / SeaTalk converter

3 m (9.8 ft) SeaTalk extension cable

5 m (16.4 ft) SeaTalk extension cable

9 m (29.5 ft) SeaTalk extension cable

12 m (39.4 ft) SeaTalk extension cable

20 m (65.6 ft) SeaTalk extension cable

Part No

E85001

D285

D286

D287

E25051

D288

Notes

9.2 SeaTalk

ng

accessories

SeaTalk ng cables and accessories for use with compatible products.

Description

Backbone Kit

Part No

A25062

Notes

Includes:

• 2 x 5 m (16.4 ft)

Backbone cable

• 1 x 20 m (65.6 ft)

Backbone cable

• 4 x T-piece

• 2 x Backbone terminator

• 1 x Power cable

SeaTalk ng 0.4 m (1.3 ft) spur

SeaTalk ng 1 m (3.3 ft) spur

SeaTalk ng 3 m (9.8 ft) spur

SeaTalk ng 5 m (16.4 ft) spur

SeaTalk ng 0.4 m (1.3 ft) backbone

SeaTalk ng 1 m (3.3 ft) backbone

A06038

A06039

A06040

A06041

A06033

A06034

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Description

SeaTalk ng 3 m (9.8 ft) backbone

SeaTalk ng 5 m (16.4 ft) backbone

SeaTalk ng 20 m (65.6 ft) backbone

SeaTalk ng - bare ends 1 m (3.3 ft) spur

SeaTalk ng - bare ends 3 m (9.8 ft) spur

Part No

A06035

A06036

A06037

A06043

A06044

SeaTalk ng — SeaTalk2

0.4 m (1.3 ft) spur

A06048

SeaTalk ng Power cable A06049

SeaTalk ng Terminator

SeaTalk ng T-Piece

A06031

A06028

SeaTalk ng E-Piece A06064

SeaTalk ng Blanking plug

A06032

Notes

Options and accessories

9.3 SeaTalk

hs

accessories

Digital radar scanner cables

Scanner cables

Connect the Radar scanner to either the SeaTalk hs switch or the crossover coupler.

Cable Part number

5 m (16.4 ft) Digital cable A55076

10 m (32.8 ft) Digital cable

A55077

Notes

Your radar scanner may include the 10 m cable

(depending upon the model purchased)

15 m (49.2 ft) Digital cable

25 m (82.0 ft) Digital cable

A55078

A55079

Scanner extension cables

Use of one of these cables to extend the connection between the radar scanner and the SeaTalk hs switch or crossover coupler.

Notes Cable

2.5 m (8.2 ft) extension cable

5 m (16.4 ft) extension cable

10 m (32.8 ft) extension cable

Part number

A92141

A55080

A55081

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SeaTalk hs network cables

SeaTalk hs network cables

Standard network cables connect compatible equipment to the SeaTalk hs switch (or crossover coupler), they have a waterproof connector at one end.

Notes Cable

1.5 m (4.9 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable

5 m (16.4 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable

10 m (32.8 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable

20 m (65.6 ft) SeaTalk hs network cable

Part number

E55049

E55050

E55051

E55052

SeaTalk hs hardware

Cable

SeaTalk hs switch

Part number

E55058

SeaTalk hs coupler E55060

Fully waterproof SeaTalk hs network cables

Connect directly from display to display.

Cable

1.5 m (4.9 ft) Dual end

SeaTalk hs network cable.

15 m (49.2 ft) Dual end

SeaTalk hs network cable

Part number

A62245

A62246

Notes

Cable has waterproof connectors at both ends.

Cable has waterproof connectors at both ends.

Notes

8 way hub for network connection of multiple

SeaTalk hs devices.

Couple for connection of a single SeaTalk hs device.

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9.4 Spares and accessories

Options and accessories for the E-Series Widescreen Multifunction displays.

Optional accessories

Description

Trunnion (bracket) mount kit (C90W /

E90W)

Trunnion (bracket) mount kit (C120W /

E120W)

Part No

A62132

A62133

Notes

Description

Trunnion (bracket) mount kit (C140W /

E140W)

5 m (16.4 ft) Audio/Video cable

Part No

A62134

A62158

Spare / replacement parts

Description

Trunnion knob

Suncover (C90W /

E90W)

Part No

R08001

R62122

Notes

Available as an accessory.

This cable provides:

• 3 x video input BNC connectors

• 1 x VGA video output connector

• 1 x RCA phono jack plug (for alarm signalling only)

Note: 5 m (16.4

ft) length is for the

VGA flying lead only.

All other connectors are on leads of 0.5 m

(1.6 ft) length.

Notes

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Description

Suncover (C120W /

E90W)

Suncover (C140W /

E90W)

Flushmount Gasket (C and E-Widescreen — all models)

Flushmount Screw Kit

(C and E-Widescreen — all models)

Bezel (E90W)

Bezel (E120W)

Bezel (E140W)

1.5 m (4.9 ft) Power and data cable — straight

1.5 m (4.9 ft) Power and data cable — 90 degree

Part No

R62123

R62124

R62128

R62312

R62151

R62152

R62153

R62131

R62227

Notes

Service spares

Service spares are available to service dealers only.

Description

Chart door

Part No

R62184

Seal Set (C90W / E90W) R62186

Notes

90

Description

Seal Set (C120W /

E120W)

Seal Set (C140W /

E140W)

Front panel (C90W /

E90W)

Front panel (C120W /

E120W)

Front panel (C140W

E140W)

Chartreader assembly

Lower keyboard assy

(C90W / E90W)

Lower keyboard assy

(C120W / E120W)

Lower keyboard assy

(C140W / E140W)

Side keyboard assy

E90W Bonded

Touchscreen Assembly

E120W Bonded

Touchscreen Assembly

E140W Bonded

Touchscreen Assembly

Part No

R62187

R62188

R62191

R62192

R62193

R62209

R62211

R62212

R62213

R62214

R62249

R62250

R62251

Notes

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Description

Rotary encoder PCB assembly

I/O PCB Assembly

CPU PCB Assembly

Keymat Set

SSD PCB Assembly —

US version

SSD PCB Assembly —

EU version

SSD PCB Assembly —

ROW version

UniControl

Part No

R62252

R62253

R62254

R62270

R62255

R62298

R62299

R62313

Notes

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Appendix A Multifunction display system integration

You can connect a number of external devices to your multifunction display, providing additional features and functions.

The following diagram illustrates the various external devices that can be connected to your multifunction display:

Instruments

Video/Camera

Autopilot

DSC VHF

11.18.02

MENU

CH

16/9

SCAN

OK

HI/LO

WX

WATCH

SQ

AIS receiver

E-Series display

Personal

Computer

Fishfinder

DSM 30, 300, or 400

SeaTalk hs switch

External GPS or

Digital Radome scanner

Additional

E-Series display(s) Weather receiver

Your multifunction display uses a number of protocols to transfer data between the various devices in your networked system. The following table details which devices may be connected to your

Multifunction display system integration display, and the type of connectivity (in terms of protocols and physical interfaces) that they use to exchange data with the display:

Device Type

Radar

Suitable Devices

Up to two radar scanners may be connected to your multifunction display, but only one may be operated at any one time.

• 4 kilowatt Digital

Radome Scanner.

• 4 kilowatt HD Digital

Radome Scanner.

• 4 kilowatt HD Digital

Open Array Scanner.

• 4 kilowatt SuperHD

Digital Open Array

Scanner.

• 12 kilowatt SuperHD

Digital Open Array

Scanner.

Note: Please ensure your radar scanner is using the latest software version.

Connectivity

SeaTalk hs

Fishfinder • ONE DSM 30, OR

• ONE DSM 300, OR

• ONE DSM 400

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Device Type Suitable Devices

Cartography — included Embedded (internal)

Navionics cartography

Cartography — optional External CompactFlash chart cards:

Sirius Weather/Audio

Weather sensor

AIS

Connectivity

Internal storage

CompactFlash card slot

• Navionics Silver

• Navionics Gold

• Navionics Gold+

• Navionics Platinum

• Navionics Platinum+

• Navionics Fish’N Chip

• Navionics Hotmaps

Refer to the

Raymarine website

( www.raymarine.com

) for the latest list of supported chart cards.

• SR100 Sirius

Weather Receiver

SeaTalk hs

Airmar Weather Station SeaTalk2, SeaTalk ng , or

NMEA 2000

NMEA 0183, SeaTalk ng • AIS 250

• AIS 500

• Third-party AIS Class

A or Class B receiver

/ transceiver

Device Type

Navtex

Fast Heading Sensor

GPS — external

Suitable Devices

Navtex Receiver

Fast Heading Sensor

Raystar125 GPS or third-party external GPS receiver

Connectivity

NMEA 0183

NMEA 0183

SeaTalk, SeaTalk ng , or

NMEA 0183

Instruments All current Raymarine instruments

Autopilot — Raymarine All current Raymarine autopilots

Autopilot — third party Third-party autopilots

VHF radio

Additional Multifunction

Display(s)

Video/camera

SeaTalk, SeaTalk

NMEA 0183

SeaTalk, SeaTalk ng ng

, or

NMEA 0183 (waypoint and bearing information)

NMEA 0183, SeaTalk Raymarine DSC VHF radios

E90W, E120W, E140W, SeaTalk, SeaTalk hs ,

SeaTalk ng

Composite PAL or NTSC video source

BNC connector

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RMB

RSD

TTM

VHW

VLW

GGA

GLL

GSA

GSV

Appendix B NMEA 0183 sentences

The display supports the following NMEA 0183 sentences. These are applicable to NMEA 0183 and SeaTalk protocols.

Transmit

APB

BWC

BWR

DBT

DPT

MTW

RMA

Autopilot b

Bearing and distance to waypoint

Bearing and distance to waypoint rhumb line

Depth below transducer

Depth

Water temperature

Recommended minimum navigation information

Radar system data

Tracked target message

Water speed and heading

Distance travelled through the water

Global positioning system fix data

Geographic position latitude longitude

GPS DOP and active satellites

GPS satellites in view

Recommended minimum specific loran c data

BWR

DSC

DSE

GGA

RMC

VTG

ZDA

MWV

RTE

WPL

Receive

AAM

DBT

DPT

DTM

APB

BWC

NMEA 0183 sentences

Recommended minimum specific

GPS transit data

Course over ground and ground speed

Time and date

Wind speed and angle

Routes sentence

Waypoint location sentence

Waypoint arrival alarm sentence

Depth below transducer sentence

Depth sentence

Datum reference sentence

Autopilot b sentence

Bearing and distance to waypoint sentence

Bearing and distance to waypoint rhumb line sentence

Digital selective calling information sentence

Distress sentence expansion

Global positioning system fix data sentence

95

RMA

RMB

RMC

VHW

GLL

GSA

GSV

HDG

HDT

HDM

MSK

MSS

MTW

WMV

VLW

VTG

96

Geographic position loran c sentence

GLC

Geographic position latitude longitude sentence

GPS DOP and active satellites sentence

GPS satellites in view sentence

Heading deviation and variation sentence

Heading true sentence

Heading magnetic sentence

MSK receiver interface sentence

MSK receive r signal status sentence

Water temperature sentence

Wind speed and angle sentence

Recommended minimum specific loran c data sentence

Recommended minimum navigation information sentence

Recommended minimum specific

GPS transit data sentence

Water speed and heading sentence

Distance travelled through the water sentence

Course over ground and ground speed sentence

XTE

ZDA

MDA

GBS

RTE

WPL

Cross track error measured sentence

Time and date sentence

Meteorological composite sentence

GPS satellite fault detection data sentence

Routes sentence

Waypoint location sentence

E-Series Widescreen installation

Appendix C NMEA 2000 sentences

The display supports the following NMEA 2000 sentences. These are applicable to NMEA 2000, SeaTalk ng and SeaTalk 2 protocols.

127488

127489

127493

127498

127505

128259

128267

128275

129025

Message number

59392

59904

60928

126208

126464

126992

126996

127237

127245

127250

Message description

ISO Acknowledgment

ISO Request

ISO Address Claim

NMEA - Acknowledge group function

PGN List

System time

Product information

Heading/Track Control

Rudder

Vessel heading

Engine parameters rapid update

Dynamic engine parameters

Dynamic transmission

Static engine parameters

Fluid level

Speed

Water depth

Distance log

Position rapid update

Transmit

Receive

Bridge

NMEA 2000 sentences 97

129545

129550

129551

129793

129794

129801

129802

130306

Message number

129026

129029

129033

129038

129039

129040

129044

129283

129284

129291

129301

129539

129540

98

Message description

COG SOG rapid update

GNSS position data

Time and date

AIS Class A Position Report

AIS Class B Position Report

AIS Class B Extended Position Report

Datum

Cross track error

Navigation data

Set and drift rapid update

Time to or from mark

NMEA 2000 GNSS DOPs message

GNSS Sats in view

NMEA 2000 GNSS RAIM output message

GNSS differential correction receiver interface

GNSS differential correction receiver signal

AIS UTC and Date Report

AIS Class A Static and Voyage Related Data

AIS Addressed Safety Related Message

AIS Safety Related Broadcast Message

Wind data

Transmit

Receive

Bridge

E-Series Widescreen installation

Message number

130310

130311

130576

130577

130578

Message description

Environmental parameters

Environmental parameters message

Small craft status

Direction data

Vessel speed components

Appendix D Connectors and pinouts

Power, data and video connector

4

18

7

1

2 3

5

8

11 12

9

6

10

19

13

15

17

16

14

Item

Identification

Connector type

Remarks

PWR/NMEA/ST/Video

19 pin twist-lock

Item

Transmit

Current source to network

Current sink from network

Receive

Bridge

Remarks

No current sourced for external devices.

• PSU: Main Power input.

• NMEA: No power required for interface.

• ST1: <50mA (Interface drive only).

• Video: No power required for interface.

Power, data and video cable cores and colors

Signal Pin Cable AWG

Grouping

BATT+

BATT-

18

19

SCREEN 17

32/0.2

32/0.2

not used

18

18

Color

Red

Black

Connectors and pinouts

99

Signal

NMEA1

TX+

NMEA1

TX-

NMEA1

RX+

NMEA1

RX-

NMEA2

TX+

Pin

6

9

4

8

1

NMEA2

TX-

NMEA2

RX+

NMEA2

RX-

NMEA3

RX+

3

7

11

5

NMEA3

RX-

2

ST1

BATT+

10

ST1 DATA 12

HONK 16

100

7/0.15

7/0.15

7/0.15

7/0.15

7/0.15

7/0.15

7/0.15

7/0.15

Cable

7/0.15

7/0.15

7/0.15

7/0.15

7/0.15

26

26

26

26

26

AWG

26

26

26

26

26

26

26

26

Grouping

Twisted pair

Color

Yello

Brown

Twisted pair

White

Twisted pair

Twisted pair

Twisted pair

Green

Blue /

Green

White /

Red

White /

Yellow

Grey

Orange /

Yellow

Orange /

Brown

Orange /

White

Orange /

Green

Blue /

White

Signal

ST1

BATT-

VIDEO

Pin

14

Cable

7/0.15

AWG

26

Grouping

15 RG179

75R coax

(or equivalent)

Screen VIDEO

RTN

13

Video and alarm-audio connector

Details for the connector providing video and alarm audio connectivity.

7

10

1

2

3

4

5

6

13

11

12

16

8

14

9

17

20

18

19

15

Color

White /

Black

Pin

1

2

3

4

5

Signal

VIDEO IN A

VIDEO IN B

VIDEO IN C

VIDEO IN B RETURN

VIDEO IN A RETURN

E-Series Widescreen installation

13

14

15

16

10

11

12

17

18

19

20

8

9

Pin

6

7

SeaTalk hs connector

1

8

Signal

VIDEO IN C RETURN

AUDIO OUT +

VIDEO OUT H-SYNC

VIDEO OUT V-SYNC

AUDIO OUT –

VIDEO OUT RED

VIDEO OUT H-SYNC GROUND

VIDEO OUT RED GROUND

VIDEO OUT V-SYNC GROUND

SHIELD

VIDEO OUT GREEN

SHIELD

VIDEO OUT GREEN GROUND

VIDEO OUT BLUE

VIDEO OUT BLUE GROUND

Item

Identification

Connector type

Current source to network

Current sink from network

Remarks

STHS

RJ45 (with suitable waterproofing)

No current sourced for external devices

No power required for interface

6

7

4

5

8

Pin

1

2

3

Signal

Tx+

Tx-

Rx+

Not connected

Not connected

Rx-

Not connected

Not connected

Note: Use only Raymarine cables when connecting to SeaTalk hs

Connectors and pinouts

101

SeaTalk ng connector

5

1

6

4 2

3

Item

Identification

Connector type

Current source to network

Current sink from network

Remarks

ST2/NMEA2000

STNG

No current sourced for external devices

<160mA (Interface drive only)

5

6

3

4

Pin

1

2

Signal

+12V

0V

Screen

CanH

CanL

SeaTalk (not connected on C / E-Series

Widescreen)

Note: Use only Raymarine cables when connecting to SeaTalk ng

102 E-Series Widescreen installation

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