WIRELESS FISH FINDER

WIRELESS FISH FINDER
FD39B
WIRELESS FISH FINDER
FOR BAITBOAT USING
OPERATION GUIDE
Contents
Specification----------------------------------------------2
Installation guide of Option B---------------------------3
Components list------------------------------------3
Mounting the transducer--------------------------4
Assembling the transmitter-----------------------5
Assembling the receiver---------------------------6
Charge the battery of the receiver----------------7
Operational Instruction----------------------------------8
Powering the display ON --------------------------8
What you see on screen----------------------------8
Accessing menu features---------------------------9
Remarks and Tips----------------------------------------14
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Specification:
Display :
FSTN LCD 128Vx64H
Backlighting :
White LED
Power Requirement of Receiver:
4-AA Rechargeable Batteries
Power Requirement of
Transmitter:
DC12V
Measure Units:
Feet and meters
Sensor Frequency:
200KHz
Sensor Beam Angle:
45 degrees
Depth Range Max :
100ft (30.4M)
Depth Range Min :
2ft (0.6M)
Radio Frequency:
433MHz
Operational Range Max:
400M
Water Temperature Indicator:
Yes
Transmitter Low Battery Alarm:
Yes
Operational Temperature:
-4 to 158°F (-20—70°C)
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Installation guide
1 Components list
2
3
4
1
5
7
6
8
9
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10
1,
2,
3,
4,
5,
6,
7,
8,
9,
10,
Receiver
Power cable
Antenna of receiver
4 "AA" rechargeable battery of receiver
Charger of receiver
Transmitter
Power cable of transmitter
Antenna of transmitter
Sonar senser(transducer)
Tripod(optional)
2 Mounting the transducer
2.1 Remove the cover under the bait boat, put the transducer into
the hole and keep the bottom of transducer to face outside (see
illustration), fixing it by the screws.
Note: Tightening the screws.
Remove
Fixing
2.2 Fixing the transducer signal cable on the tail of the bait boat(see
illustration)
Fixing
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3 Assembling the transmitter
3.1 Assembling the transmitter on the top of the bait boat (see
illustration)
Note the direction
3.2 Assembling the antenna on the transmitter (see illustration)
Plug into
3.3 Plug the transducer cable connector into the transmitter (see
illustration)
Plug into
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3.4 Connect the power cable to the transmitter and socket of boat
power.
Plug into
4 Assembling the receiver
4 Assembling the receiver
When you first use the Fish Finder you will need to installing the
batteries. Slide the Battery Door, and insert 4 "AA" batteries to
the battery compartment.
Be certain to align the batteries as per the diagram within the
battery compartment.
4.2 Assembling the antenna
Plug the antenna into the socket on the back of display tightly(see
illustration)
Plug into
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4.3 Connecting the Power Cable
Plug the power cable connector into the socket on the back of the
display tightly and another side to the battery compartment.
Plug into
4.4 Assembling the tripod(tripod is optional)
Screw the tripod in the screw thread socket on the bottom of
battery compartment tightly(see illustration)
Screw tightly
5 Charge the battery of receiver
Plug one side of charger's cable
connector into the DC socket of
receiver, another side into the AC
power, the red indicator light and
charging is started. The indicator
turns green when power is full.
Warning!!! The chargers are different for transmitter and
receiver. Correct using must be requested according to the
instruction on the charger and this guide, otherwise the
damage will be caused!
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Operation Guide
1 POWERING ON AND OFF
Press and release POWER-MENU to power the unit on.
Press and hold POWER-MENU until the unit shuts down to power
off. When Unit powers on, the Start Up menu temporarily appears.
From this menu, select either Start-Up for on-the-water use, or
Simulation for learning to use the system with simulated sonar
data.
The Start-Up menu disappears after several seconds and the Unit
starts to work.
2 WHAT YOU SEE ON SCREEN
4
3
2
1
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Water Surface Line
Battery Strength Indicator
Sensitivity Indicator
Upper Zoom Range
Water Depth
Water Temperature
Bottom Contour
Lower Zoom Range
9 Fish Icon with Fish Depth
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3 ACCESSING MENU FEATURES
A easy to use menu system
accesses unit's adjustable
funtion.To activate the menu
system, press Menu Hot Button
directly to access main menus or
press POWER-MENU repeatly to
access all menus. When the
menu is on the display, use the
right and left keys to adjust the
menu. Menus automatically are
removed from the screen after
several seconds.
3.1 Light
(Setting Saved in Memory)
When you press the LIGHT , the LIGHT menu temporarily appears.
Select either OFF or ON to activate the backlight at the desired
level.
NOTE: Continuous backlight operation significantly
decreases battery life on Unit Portables.
3.2 Sensitivity
(Setting Saved in Memory, 1 to 5)
When you press the SENSITIVITY , the SENSITIVITY menu
temporarily appears. Select a higher level to show smaller sonar
returns on-screen, or a lower level to remove clutter on the screen.
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Adjusting Sensitivity also affects
how sonar returns are identified
as Fish Icon Symbols - more fish
will be detected at a higher level
setting, fewer at a lower level
setting.
3.3 Depth Range
(Setting Saved in Memory)
When you press the DEP.RANGE , the DEPTH RANGE menu
temporarily appears.
Select AUTO for the automatically setting Depth Range or manually
select 8,15, 30, 60 or 120 ft. This locks the depth range to a
specific setting.
NOTE: In manual operation, if the depth is greater than the
depth range setting,the bottom will not be visible on-screen.
Select AUTO to return to automatic operation.
3.4 Zoom
(Setting Saved in Memory)
When you press the ZOOM , the ZOOM menu temporarily appears.
Select ON to magnify the area around the bottom thus revealing
fish and structure close to the bottom that may not be visible in
typical operation.
In Zoom, the Unit continually changes the upper and lower Depth
Range to keep area just above and below the bottom on the
display.
Select OFF to return to normal operation.
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3.5 Fish Alarm
(Setting Saved in Memory, Defaults to OFF)
When you press the FISH ALARM , the FISH ALARM menu
temporarily appears. Select OFF for no fish alarm, or select the ON
to set the fish alarm and activate it.
3.6 Fish Icon
(Setting Saved in Memory)
When you press the FISH ICON , the FISH ICON menu temporarily
appears. Select either OFF to view “raw” sonar returns, or
to
take advantage of Unit’s ability to identify sonar returns that are
determined to be a fish.
The sonar's microcomputer is sophisticated, but it can be fooled.
It can't distinguish between fish and other suspended objects such
as trotlines, turtles, submerged floats, air bubbles, etc.
You may see fish symbols on the screen when actually, there are
no fish. The reverse is also true.
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For example,when this kind of symbols/dots come out,
it is possible that is fish, but it is also possible that
is other suspended objects.
3.7 Depth Alarm
(Setting Saved in Memory)
Press POWER-MENU until the DEPTH ALARM menu appears.
Select OFF for no Depth Alarm;
select a number from 3-99' to set the alarm depth and activate it.
Audible alarm will sound when the depth is equal to or less than the
setting number.
3.8 Chart Speed
(Setting Saved in Memory, 1 to 4)
Press POWER-MENU until the CHART SPEED menu appears. Select a
setting from 1-4 to increase or decrease the chart speed, where 1
is the slowest and 4 is the fastest chart speed.
3.9 Depth Unit
(Setting Saved in Memory)
Press POWER-MENU until the DEPTH UNIT menu appears. Select
either FT or M to set the unit of depth.
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3.10 Temperature Unit
(Setting Saved in Memory)
Press POWER-MENU until the TEMP- UNIT menu appears. Select
either °C or °F to set the unit of temperature.
3.11 Low Battery Alarm
The wireless sonar sensor has the function which can detect the
transmitter's power voltage capacity and alarm, when the sensor's
power voltage is lower than 8V, the receiver will alarm with long
continuous sound of "Bi......".
Remarks and Tips
We would like to offer you the comments for ultrasonic
based fishfinder display temperament as follows:
1. Fish finder is to find fish group under water under
Ultrasonic reflections of scanning.
2. It should be able to detect out the fish group in points
definition, such as 2 points(thin lighted points) on display
for small group, 3 - 5 points(mid lighted points) for mid
group of fishes, over 5 points(thick lighted points) as for
many fishes in pointed shapes!
3. This fish finder device is not a CAMERA or video recorder,
which has to capture every and each single fish shape and
numbers under water such as camera effect.
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4. So if the fish finder can fid and display the ultrasonic
reflection based pointed results on the LCD display of
fishfinder then it is targeted results.
5. but of course, if it can not detect out any fish under
water, but if there are fishes under water, then it is not
qualified unit.
6,Make sure the transducer was dipped into the water
before operating.
7,Make sure all plugs was connected tightly before using.
8,Continuous backlight operation significantly decreases
battery life.
9, Never use a blunt to strike the sonar sensor as this may
cause damage to the sensitive internal electronics.
10, Never use the same two FD39 in the same area as this
may cause the product can not work properly due to the
ultrasonic and radio frequency interference.
11, Remove the batteries from the fish finder to prevent
battery leakage and corrosion.
12, As the depth range is from 0.6m-30.4m, the fish finder
would not work properly if the water is too deep or shallow.
13,The too much weed in the water may cause the incorrect
reflect.
Note: Changes maybe made to the information in this
operation guide without obligation to notify any person of
such revisions or changes.
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