Operating instructions HUMMINBIRD 1197C SI COMBO

Operating instructions HUMMINBIRD 1197C SI COMBO
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COMBO. You'll find the answers to all your questions on the HUMMINBIRD 1197C SI COMBO in the user manual (information,
specifications, safety advice, size, accessories, etc.). Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
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Operating instructions HUMMINBIRD 1197C SI COMBO
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Instruction manual HUMMINBIRD 1197C SI COMBO
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Manual abstract:
We encourage you to read this installation and operations manual carefully in order to get full benefit from all the features and applications of your
Humminbird® product. Contact our Customer Resource Center at 1-800-633-1468 or visit our web site at www.humminbird.com. WARNING! This device
should not be used as a navigational aid to prevent collision, grounding, boat damage, or personal injury. When the boat is moving, water depth may change
too quickly to allow time for you to react. Always operate the boat at very slow speeds if you suspect shallow water or submerged objects. WARNING!
Disassembly and repair of this electronic unit should only be performed by authorized service personnel. Any modification of the serial number or attempt to
repair the original equipment or accessories by unauthorized individuals will void the warranty. WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the
State of California to cause cancer and/or reproductive harm.
NOTE: Some features discussed in this manual require a separate purchase, and some features are only available on international models. Every effort has
been made to clearly identify those features. Please read the manual carefully in order to understand the full capabilities of your model. ATTENTION
INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS: Products sold in the U.S.
are not intended for use in the international market. Humminbird® international units provide international features and are designed to meet country and
regional regulations. Languages, maps, time zones, units of measurement, and warranty are examples of features that are customized for Humminbird®
international units purchased through our authorized international distributors. To obtain a list of authorized international distributors, please visit our web
site at www.humminbird.
com or contact our Customer Resource Center at (334) 687-6613. 1100 SeriesTM, CannonTM, CannonLinkTM, HumminbirdPCTM, Humminbird®,
InterLinkTM, WeatherSense®, and X-PressTM Menu(s) are trademarked by or registered trademarks of Humminbird®. © 2009 Humminbird®, Eufaula AL,
USA. All rights reserved. i 531617-1_F Table of Contents 1100 SeriesTM Introduction 1 How Sonar Works ......
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1 High Definition Side Imaging Sonar (1197c SI Combo models only) .....
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.... 3 QuadraBeam PLUSTM Sonar (optional-purchase QuadraBeam PLUSTM transducer only) .
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. 4 Universal Sonar 2 How GPS and Cartography Work MMC/SD Slot 4 4 5 Software Updates ....
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.. 6 Accessory Bus 6 Video and GPS Output Connectors ........
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6 Installation Overview Control Head Installation 7 9 Gimbal Mounting the Control Head..........
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........ 9 In-Dash Mounting the Control Head ..
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.. 14 Connecting the Control Head Power Cable to the Boat ........
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...... 16 Transducer Installation Overview 18 1197c SI Transducer Installation (1197c SI Combo models only) ....
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.. 25 Trolling Motor Transducer Installation ........
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.. 40 GPS Receiver Installation 40 Stem Mounting with an Existing 1" - 14 Thread Stem ........
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........ 43 Finish Routing the Cable and Check GPS Receiver Operation ..
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.. 44 Testing the System Installation Getting Started - Using Your 1100 SeriesTM 45 46 Powering Up the Control Head ...
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.... 47 What's on the Sonar Display ......
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........ 48 Understanding Sonar History ..
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.. 51 ii Table of Contents Understanding Side Imaging (1197c SI Combo models only) 53 What's on the Side Imaging Display ...
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...... 54 Side Imaging Technology: How It Works....
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.. 64 ZOOM (+/-) Keys........
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........ 64 Views 65 Views and Readouts ..
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... 65 Side Imaging View (1197c SI Combo models only)..
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.... 66 Sonar View .
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........ 69 Sonar Zoom View ..
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........ 72 Side/Sonar Combo View (1197c SI Combo models only) ..
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.... 73 Snapshot and Recording View ......
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... 74 Side Beam View (with optional-purchase QuadraBeam PLUSTM transducer only)..
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.. 91 Chart/Side Combo View (1197c SI Combo models only) ...
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.. 93 Viewing Cartography Introduction to Navigation 93 95 Waypoints, Routes and Tracks ...
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...... 96 iii Table of Contents Navigate to a Waypoint or Position ....
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.. 98 Save, Edit or Delete a Route ........
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101 The Menu System 103 Start-Up Options Menu 106 Normal Operation .....
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...... 108 GPS Diagnostic View ....
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129 Playback Speed (optional-purchase MMC/SD Card, Snapshot and Recording View only) ..........
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.. 129 Sonar Menu Tab 130 Beam Select ...
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.. 131 Side View Frequency (1197c SI Combo models only, Side Views only) ........
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Fishing System Accessories Specifications Glossary Appendix A - Transducer Mounting Template: XHS 9 HDSI 180 T Contact Humminbird® 175 176 177
177 178 179 180 181 189 190 NOTE: Entries in this Table of Contents which list (International only) are only available on products sold outside of the U.S.
by our authorized international distributors. To obtain a list of authorized international distributors, please visit our web site at www.humminbird.com or
contact our Customer Resource Center at (334) 687-6613. NOTE: Entries in this Table of Contents which list (with Speed Input) or (with Temperature Input)
may require the purchase of separate accessories. You can visit our web site at www.
humminbird.com to order these accessories online or contact our Customer Resource Center at 1-800-633-1468. viii 1100 SeriesTM Introduction Your 1100
SeriesTM Ultra Wide Screen Fishing System comes in several different configurations. See the following list of products, all of which are covered by this
manual, to find your 1100 SeriesTM configuration: · Humminbird® 1157c/1157c NVB DualBeam Combo: Ultra Wide Screen Fishing System with
Chartplotter (Maps) and Dual Frequency Transducer, GPS Receiver included · Humminbird® 1197c/1197c NVB SI Combo: Ultra Wide Screen Fishing
System with Chartplotter (Maps) and Side Imaging and Dual Frequency Transducer, GPS Receiver included. How Sonar Works Sonar technology is based on
sound waves.
The 1100 SeriesTM Fishing System uses sonar to locate and define structure, bottom contour and composition, as well as depth directly below the transducer.
Your 1100 SeriesTM Fishing System sends a sound wave signal and determines distance by measuring the time between the transmission of the sound wave
and when the sound wave is reflected off of an object; it then uses the reflected signal to interpret location, size, and composition of an object. Sonar is very
fast. A sound wave can travel from the surface to a depth of 240 ft (70 m) and back again in less than 1/4 of a second. It is unlikely that your boat can
"outrun" this sonar signal.
SONAR is an acronym for SOund and NAvigation Ranging. Sonar utilizes precision sound pulses or "pings" which are emitted into the water in a teardropshaped beam. The sound pulses "echo" back from objects in the water such as the bottom, fish and other submerged objects. The returned echoes are
displayed on the LCD screen. Each time a new echo is received, the old echoes are moved across the LCD, creating a scrolling effect. 1 When all the echoes
are viewed side by side, an easy to interpret "graph" of the bottom, fish and structure appears. The sound pulses are transmitted at various frequencies
depending on the application. Very high frequencies (455 kHz) are used for greatest definition but the operating depth is limited. High frequencies (200 kHz)
are commonly used on consumer sonar and provide a good balance between depth performance and resolution. Low frequencies (83 kHz) are typically used
to achieve greater depth capability.
The power output is the amount of energy generated by the sonar transmitter. It is commonly measured using two methods: · Root Mean Square (RMS)
measures power output over the entire transmit cycle. · Peak to Peak measures power output at the highest points. The benefits of increased power output are
the ability to detect smaller targets at greater distances, ability to overcome noise, better high speed performance and enhanced depth capability. 2 High
Definition Side Imaging Sonar (1197c SI Combo models only) Your 1100 SeriesTM 1197c SI Combo uses Side Imaging sonar to provide a wide yet precise
survey of a large area of water, including detailed bottom topography and fish-attracting structure orientation. The Side Imaging transducer returns are
processed into an image similar to an aerial photograph. 86° 455kHz 86° 455kHz 20° 200kHz 60° 83kHz Typically, the Side Imaging sonar can search an
area that is 720 feet wide (360 to each side), with a typical depth performance of 150 feet when the Side Imaging Sonar frequency is set for 455 kHz. The side
beams can be operated at one of two frequencies: 455 kHz or 800 kHz. Selecting 800 kHz produces the sharpest image but the search area to each side and
the depth capability are limited as compared to the 455 kHz frequency. See What's on the Side Imaging Display and Understanding Side Imaging for more
information.
DualBeam PLUSTM Sonar Your 1100 SeriesTM Fishing System uses a 200/83 kHz DualBeam PLUSTM sonar system with a wide (60°) area of coverage.
DualBeam PLUSTM sonar has a narrowly focused 20° center beam, surrounded by a second beam of 60°, expanding your coverage to an area equal to your
depth. In 20 feet of water, the wider beam covers an area 20 feet wide. DualBeam PLUSTM sonar returns can be blended together, viewed separately or
compared side-by-side. DualBeam PLUSTM is ideal for a wide range of conditions - from shallow to very deep water in both fresh and salt water.
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Depth capability is affected by such factors as boat speed, wave action, bottom hardness, water conditions and transducer installation. 3 QuadraBeam
PLUSTM Sonar (optional-purchase QuadraBeam PLUSTM transducer only) Your 1100 SeriesTM Fishing System supports the optionalpurchase
QuadraBeam PLUSTM transducer. QuadraBeam PLUSTM sonar provides an extremely wide (90°) area of coverage. QuadraBeam PLUSTM starts with two
fan-shaped 35° 455 kHz Side Structure locating sonar beams to spot fish, bait and structure to the left and right of the boat over an area of the bottom that's
always equal to twice your depth. 35° 455 kHz 60° 20° 200 kHz 35° 455 kHz 83 kHz 90° Total Coverage Bottom Coverage = 2 x Depth For a detailed view
below the boat, QuadraBeam PLUSTM uses DualBeam PLUSTM technology, with precision 20° and wide 60° beams.
QuadraBeam PLUSTM finds more fish faster, and can even tell you where to put your bait by showing if fish are to the left, right or directly beneath your
boat. Universal Sonar 2 Your 1100 SeriesTM Fishing System supports Universal Sonar 2, a state-of-the-art, integrated and protected transducer that is built
into the lower unit of Minn Kota® trolling motors. With Universal Sonar 2, all wiring is concealed inside the indestructible composite shaft--out of sight and
out of harm's way, with no clamps, ties, or exposed wires. Universal Sonar 2 features new temperature sensing and the performance of DualBeam PLUSTM
technology. An expanded view and greater bottom detail gives you a totally new perspective of the water below, along with optimal sonar performance to help
you find fish. How GPS and Cartography Work Your 1100 SeriesTM Fishing System also supports GPS and chartplotting, and uses GPS and sonar to
determine your position, display it on a grid, and provide detailed underwater information. The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite navigation
system designed and maintained by the U.S. Department of Defense. GPS was originally intended for military use; however, civilians may also take advantage
of its highly accurate position capabilities, typically within +/- 4.
5 meters, depending on conditions. This means that 95% of the time, the GPS receiver will read a location within 4.5 meters of your actual position. Your GPS
Receiver also uses information from WAAS (the Wide Area Augmentation System), EGNOS (the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service), and
MSAS (the MTSAT Satellite Augmentation System) satellites if they are available in your area. GPS uses a constellation of over 24 satellites that continually
send radio signals to the earth. Your present position is determined by receiving signals from up to 16 satellites and measuring the distance from the
satellites. All satellites broadcast a uniquely coded signal once per second at exactly the same time. The GPS receiver on your boat receives signals from
satellites that are visible to it. Based on time differences between each received signal, the GPS receiver determines its distance to each satellite. With
distances known, the GPS receiver mathematically triangulates its own position.
With once per second updates, the GPS receiver then calculates its velocity and bearing. 4 The GPS Receiver included with your 1100 SeriesTM Fishing
system allows you to combine easy-to-use fishing system and navigation capabilities. The following GPS functionality is currently supported by the 1100
SeriesTM Fishing system when it is connected to the included GPS receiver: · View current position · View current track (breadcrumb trail) · View precision
speed and heading from your GPS receiver · Save tracks, waypoints and routes · Travel a route and navigate from one waypoint to the next. Your 1100
SeriesTM supports Navionics® Gold, HotMapsTM, HotMapsTM Premium, and PlatinumTM Cartography on MMC or SD card media. NOTE: Your 1100
SeriesTM does not support Navionics® Classic Charts, only Navionics® Gold, HotMapsTM, HotMapsTM Premium, and PlatinumTM Cartography.
NOTE: Some models come pre-loaded with Navionics® cartography and are referred to as NVB models. NVB models are only available domestically.
Currently, there are no international NVB models. Your unit also comes with a built-in UniMapTM with a detailed map of North America (Domestic models)
or a detailed map of Europe and Southeast Asia, including Australia and New Zealand (International models). Your 1100 SeriesTM uses the GPS Receiver to
determine the position of the boat automatically, and uses the zoom level settings on a particular view to select the best chart to display.
See Viewing Cartography for more information. MMC/SD Slot Your 1100 SeriesTM Fishing System also has an MMC/SD slot that is used to insert optionalpurchase cards containing additional detailed maps. If you insert an MMC/SD that contains a more detailed chart for a particular location, your 1100
SeriesTM Fishing System will retrieve that chart and display it automatically. Use the illustration to locate the position of the MMC/SD slot cover, open the
MMC/SD slot cover, then insert the MMC/SD into the slot. The label on the MMC/SD should face toward the left side of the unit. Press down on the card until
it clicks into place and close the slot cover. Inserting an MMC/SD into the Card Slot 5 Software Updates Use the MMC/SD slot to update the software version
of your control head. To update the software in your control head, plug in the appropriate MMC/SD card that contains a software update file; the unit will
recognize it, will tell you what software version your control head is currently running, and will ask you if you want to update the software in the unit to match
that on the MMC/SD card. You can obtain software updates from the www.humminbird.
com web site. Accessory Bus Use the Accessory Bus to expand the functionality of your 1100 SeriesTM. Accessories plug directly into the 1100 SeriesTM,
enabling Advanced features such as WeatherSense® and the CannonLinkTM Downrigger Controller. Additional tabs and menu choices will be added to the
menu system automatically when an accessory is plugged into the unit. In addition, multiple accessories can be attached simultaneously. See Accessories
Menu Tab and 1100 SeriesTM Accessories in this manual, as well as your accessory Operations Manual for additional details. Accessory Bus NOTE:
Accessories such as the CannonLinkTM Downrigger Controller, InterLinkTM, and WeatherSense® require separate purchases. You can visit our web site at
www.humminbird.com or contact our Customer Resource Center at 1-800-633-1468 for additional details.
Video and GPS Output Connectors Your unit has a built-in Video Out connector and a GPS Out connector, which can be used with optionalpurchase
accessories. For instance, if you purchase a video monitor and attach it to your control head using the Video Out connector, your unit will send a video signal
if it detects a monitor.
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See Setup Main Menu: Video Out for more information. 1100 SeriesTM Connectors 1 2 3 4 5 6 GPS Out Power Communications Video Out Temp/Speed
Transducer 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 Installation Overview Please read all instructions that are relevant for your configuration before beginning the installation process.
NOTE: Installation procedures will depend on product configuration.
The 1100 SeriesTM has a wide variety of configurations. 1 2 5 8 9 10 3 6 7 4 Accessory Bus 1 2 3 4 5 6 Power Temp/Speed Temperature Speed through water
Optional "Y" Cable GPS Receiver WeatherSense® Transducer Video Out GPS Out 6 7 8 9 10 7 1100 SeriesTM Connectors 1 2 3 4 5 6 GPS Out Power
Communications Video Out Temp/Speed Transducer 1 2 3 4 5 6 Inside the boat there is often a channel or conduit used for other wiring, this can be used to
route cables. Be sure to route the cables as far as practical from the antenna cable of VHF radios or tachometer cables to reduce the possibility of
interference. The GPS receiver cable should not be cut, and care should be used not to damage the cable insulation. Basic installation tasks that you must
perform include: · Installing the Transducer · Installing the control head (choosing either gimbal or in-dash mounting) · Installing the GPS Receiver · Testing
the complete installation.
NOTE: Accessories may require a separate purchase. You can visit our web site at www.humminbird.com to order these accessories online or contact our
Customer Resource Center at 1-800-633-1468. 8 Control Head Installation You have two choices for mounting your 1100 SeriesTM control head, Gimbal
mounting, where you use a surface on the boat, such as the dash, to mount the control head so that it can be tilted up or down, or Indash mounting. Gimbal
Mounting the Control Head If you are gimbal mounting the Humminbird® 1100 SeriesTM, you can pre-assemble the unit in order to plan the best mounting
location. 1 Washer 2 Gimbal Knob 3 Gimbal Mounting Bracket 1 2 3 In addition to the hardware supplied with your control head, you will need a powered
hand drill and various drill bits, various hand tools, including a Phillips head screwdriver, a socket wrench and a flat head screwdriver, a marker or pencil,
safety glasses and dust mask, and marine-grade silicone sealant. 1. Place the control head into the gimbal bracket. Make sure that the straight side of the
gimbal arm is against the back side of the control head.
2. Place a 1" (25 mm) diameter black washer on the gimbal knob and then thread the knob and washer into the housing. Tighten the gimbal knob to secure the
1100 SeriesTM control head to the mount. Repeat step 2 for the other side. You can now place the control head in various locations to decide which is best for
mounting. Rotating the mounting bracket to the top of the control head will allow for overhead mounting. The chosen mounting area should allow for
sufficient room so the control head can pivot through the full tilt range and allow for easy removal and installation. NOTE: You can drill the cable pass hole
underneath the gimbal bracket, allowing you to thread the cables through the hole in the center of the mount; however, if you cannot drill the hole directly
under the mounting bracket, then you will need to drill the cable pass hole behind the bracket, and will need to mount the hole cover there instead. NOTE:
When drilling holes in fiberglass hulls, it is best to start with a smaller bit and use progressively larger drill bits to reduce the chance of chipping or flaking
the outer coating. Fill all holes with marine grade silicone sealant.
9 NOTE: You must have underside access to the mounting location to pass the cables through to the surface. Also, make sure that the mounting surface is
adequately supported to protect the control head from excessive wave shock and vibration and provide visibility while in operation. NOTE: Go to the
installation instructions applicable to your GPS Receiver and accessories. Make the required installations and then run the cables to your control head
mounting location. Do not cut any cabling (except the power cable).
If your cables are too short, extensions are available from your local dealer or online from www.humminbird.com. 3. After the mounting location has been
determined, loosen the gimbal knobs and remove the control head from the gimbal bracket.
NOTE: Alternate hole patterns are available on the gimbal mounting bracket, and may match existing holes on the boat. You may choose to use one of these
alternate hole patterns. 4. Place the gimbal bracket in the chosen position on the mounting surface and mark the four mounting screw locations using a pencil
or center punch. 1 1 Mounting Screws 2 Washer 3 Gimbal Mounting Bracket 3 2 5. Set the gimbal bracket aside and drill the four mounting screw holes using
a 5/32" (4.0 mm) drill bit. 6a. If the cables must pass through a hole directly beneath the mounting bracket, mark and drill an additional 1" (25 mm) hole
centered between the four mounting holes. Route the cables through the 1" hole.
Place the gimbal over the mounting surface hole, then use it to mark the position of the two mounting screws, closest to the center large hole. Remove the
gimbal and drill the two mounting holes using a 9/64" (3.5 mm) bit. Do not install the hole cover at this time. or... 10 6b. If the cables cannot be routed
directly beneath the mounting bracket, mark and drill a 1" (25 mm) hole that will allow you to run the cables close to the bracket. Pass the cables through the
1" (25 mm) hole, routing the cables through the grommet and pressing the grommet into place.
Place the hole cover over the mounting surface hole, then use it to mark the position of the two mounting screws. Remove the hole cover, drill the two
mounting holes using a 9/64" (3.5 mm) bit, fill them with marine-grade silicone sealant, then replace the hole cover and insert the #8 Phillips countersink
wood screws. Hand-tighten only. 7.
Place the mounting bracket on the mounting surface aligned with the drilled holes and fill the mounting holes with marine grade silicone sealant. Insert the
four #10 Slotted-Hex wood screws into the mounting holes. Hand-tighten only. 8. If the cable pass through hole is beneath the mounting bracket, you will need
to install the hole cover after you have routed all cables.
Place the hole cover over the mounting bracket cable pass thru hole and align with holes drilled in step 6a. Insert the #8 Phillips countersink wood screws.
Hand tighten only. NOTE: Be sure that the cables pass through the slots on the hole cover and that there is enough cable slack to allow for the control head to
pivot through its full tilt range. Extra cable slack will also help when connecting or disconnecting the cables. Cables Routed Directly Beneath Mounting
Bracket 2 1 Gimbal Mounting Bracket 2 Hole Cover 1 11 Cables Routed Behind Mounting Bracket 1 Gimbal Mounting Bracket 2 Grommet 3 Hole Cover 3 1
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Thread the cables through the opening in the back of the cable collector cover. 10. Insert cable connectors into the proper recesses on the cable collector
insert. The cable connectors are keyed to prevent reverse installation, so be careful not to force the connectors into the wrong slots.
If you don't have a cable for every hole in the insert, install the blank plugs to protect the control head from the weather. Inserting the Cables into the Cable
Connector Insert 5 1 2 6 3 4 1 Power 2 Communications 3 Temp/Speed Transducer 4 Cable Collector Cover 5 Cable Collector Insert 6 11. Line up the cable
collector insert and cover, with the keying feature, then slide the cover into place on the insert. 12 Assembling the Cable Collector 1 Cable Collector Insert 2
Screws 3 Cable Collector Cover 1 3 2 12. Attach the cable collector insert to the cable collector cover using the (2) #6 Phillips screws provided. 13. Place the
control head back onto the mounting bracket. Plug the assembled cable collector into the back of the control head, pushing gently but steadily until you feel
the collector snap into place. Cable connectors and cable sockets are keyed to prevent reverse installation, so be careful not to force the connectors into the
wrong sockets. Adjust the control head to the desired viewing angle and secure by tightening the gimbal knobs.
Plugging the Assembled Cable Connector into the Back of the Control Head NOTE: You may wish to dress the cabling with nylon wire ties in order to hold
the cables together and create a cleaner assembly. The Humminbird® 1100 SeriesTM control head is now ready for operation. 13 In-Dash Mounting the
Control Head If you are in-dash mounting the control head, start by placing the components on the surfaces where you intend to install them before
installation. Make sure that the surfaces you have chosen provide adequate protection from wave shock, and that all cables can reach the control head.
NOTE: If a cable is too short for your application, extension cables are available.
Call Humminbird® Customer Support at 1-800-633-1468 for more information. Parts and tools specific to In-dash mounting are: · · · · · Threaded rods and
hardware In-dash mounting foam pads In-dash mounting template Reciprocating saw for cutting dash material Masking tape to hold mounting template in
place. 1. Locate a suitable, flat area of the dash to mount the control head. The control head requires a depth of at least 4 inches (102 mm).
2. Tape the paper In-Dash Mounting template to the desired in-dash mounting location. 3. At a location inside the dotted line on the template, drill a hole
large enough to insert blade of reciprocating saw. In addition, drill the 4 mounting hole locations using a 3/16" drill bit. Carefully begin cutting toward the
dotted line, then follow the dotted line around the template. Remove the template when finished. 4. Insert and tighten the four threaded rods into the four
threaded inserts located on the back side of the control head. Peel off the adhesive-backed foam pads and place them on the back of the control head; make
sure you notice the difference between the longer top/bottom and shorter side pads.
1 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 Threaded Rod Washer Wing Nut Lock Washer Cut Away Dash Foam Pads 6 5 2 4 3 6 5. Insert the control head through the mounting hole
from the front side of the dash. Place a washer, lock washer, and wing nut onto each threaded rod and tighten fully. 6. Thread the cables through the opening
in the back of the cable collector cover. 14 7. Insert cable connectors into the proper recesses on the cable collector insert. The cable connectors are keyed to
prevent reverse installation, so be careful not to force the connectors into the wrong slots. If you don't have a cable for every hole in the insert, install the
blank plugs to protect the control head from the weather. Inserting the Cables into the Cable Connector Insert 5 1 2 6 3 4 1 Power 2 Communications 3
Temp/Speed Transducer 4 Cable Collector Cover 5 Cable Collector Insert 6 8.
Line up the cable collector insert and cover, with the keying feature, then slide the cover into place on the insert. Assembling the Cable Collector 1 Cable
Collector Insert 2 Screws 3 Cable Collector Cover 1 3 2 9. Attach the cable collector insert to the cable collector cover using the (2) #6 Phillips screws
provided. 10. Plug the assembled cable collector into the back of the control head, pushing gently but steadily until you feel the collector snap into place.
Cable connectors and cable sockets are keyed to prevent reverse installation, so be careful not to force the connectors into the wrong sockets. 15 Plugging the
Assembled Cable Connector into the Back of the Control Head NOTE: You may wish to dress the cabling with nylon wire ties in order to hold the cables
together and create a cleaner assembly. NOTE: It is very important that the cable collector is used and secured in place in the In-Dash installation. The
Humminbird® 1100 SeriesTM control head is now ready for operation. 16 Connecting the Control Head Power Cable to the Boat A 6' (2 m) long power cable
is included to supply power to the control head.
You may shorten or lengthen the cable using 18 gauge multi-stranded copper wire. CAUTION: Some boats have 24 or 36 Volt electric systems, but the control
head MUST be connected to a 12 VDC power supply. The control head power cable can be connected to the electrical system of the boat at one of two places:
a fuse panel usually located near the console, or directly to the battery. GROUND NOTE: Make sure that the power cable is disconnected from the control
head at the beginning of this procedure. NOTE: Humminbird® is not responsible for over-voltage or over-current failures. The control head must have
adequate protection through the proper selection and installation of a 3 Amp fuse. 1a. If a fuse terminal is available, use crimp-on type electrical connectors
(not included) that match the terminal on the fuse panel. Attach the black wire to ground (-), and the red wire to positive (+) 12 VDC power. Install a 3 Amp
fuse (not included) for protection of the unit.
Humminbird® is not responsible for over-voltage of over-current failures. POSITIVE or... 1b. If you need to wire the control head directly to a battery, obtain
and install an inline fuse holder and a 3 Amp fuse (not included) for the protection of the unit. Humminbird® is not responsible for overvoltage or overcurrent failures. NOTE: Your unit will detect when your battery voltage is too low or too high, and will display either Input Voltage Low or Input Voltage
High messages if these limits are exceeded. If you turn the Low Battery Alarm on using the Alarms Main Menu, your unit will use your settings. If you do not
turn the Low Battery Alarm on, the unit will use these limits: 7.
5 to 7.
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9 VDC for the low end, and 21 to 21.2 VDC for the high end. NOTE: In order to minimize the potential for interference with other marine electronics, a
separate power source (such as a second battery) may be necessary. 17 Transducer Installation Overview The 1157c Combo units and the 1197c SI Combo
units use two different types of transducers.
Find the installation section that describes your transducer type. 1197c SI Transducer Installation (1197c SI Combo models only) If you have a 1197c SI
Combo unit, there are two different installation methods for your transducer: · Transom Transducer · Trolling Motor Transducer. Find the section that
describes the method of installation you will be using. The Side Imaging transducer has some special requirements because of its side viewing capabilities: ·
The Side Imaging transducer must NOT have anything obstructing the `view' of the side looking beams, i.e.
nothing can be in the line of sight of these beams (not a hull, motor, or other transducer, etc). NOTE: You may need to tilt the motor up and out of the way
when using the side looking beams. · In order for the side beams to be displayed accurately, the transducer must be mounted so that it is looking straight down
in the water when the boat is in the water. Transducer Mount Position Unobstructed View: The jack plate gives the transducer safe distance from the motor
and turbulence. The side imaging has a clear view side-to-side. Obstructed View: The transducer is too close to motor turbulence, and the side imaging view
is blocked by the motor. The view cannot extend from side-to-side. NOTE: If the included transducer will not work for your application, you may exchange it,
NEW and UNASSEMBLED, with mounting hardware included, for a transducer appropriate for your application - often at very little or no charge depending
on the transducer. Call the Humminbird® Customer Resource Center at 1-800-633-1468 for details and pricing, or visit www.humminbird.
com. NOTE: In addition to the hardware supplied with your transducer, you will need a powered hand drill and various drill bits, various hand tools,
including a ruler or straightedge, a marker or pencil, safety glasses and dust mask, and marine-grade silicone sealant. NOTE: When drilling holes in
fiberglass hulls, it is best to start with a smaller bit and use progressively larger drill bits to reduce the chance of chipping or flaking the outer coating.
NOTE: Due to the wide variety of hulls, only general instructions are presented in this installation guide. Each boat hull represents a unique set of
requirements that should be evaluated prior to installation. It is important to read the instructions completely and understand the mounting guidelines before
beginning installation. 18 Transom Transducer Installation (1197c SI Combo models only) If you will be installing a transom mounted transducer, use the
procedures in this section. There are two pieces to the transducer mount assembly: the pivot, and the bracket. Your transducer comes with a twopiece metal
and plastic bracket assembly. There are several procedures you will have to perform in order to install a transom-mounted transducer.
They are: · · · · · · · Determine transducer mounting location Mount the bracket to the boat Attach the pivot to the transducer Mount the transducer pivot
assembly to the bracket Adjust the running position of the transducer Route the transducer cable Perform a final test of the transom transducer installation.
Areas of Possible Turbulence Stepped Hull Rivets Transom Strakes Hull Step Rib To determine transducer mounting location: NOTE: If transom mounting is
not possible because of a stepped hull or cavitation noise, trolling motor installation may be an option. See Trolling Motor Transducer Installation for more
information. 1. First, determine the best location on the transom to install the transducer.
Consider the following to find the best location: Deadrise Angle · It is very important to locate the transducer in an area which is relatively free of turbulent
water. As a boat moves through the water, turbulence is generated by the weight of the boat, and the thrust of the propeller(s) - either clockwise or counterclockwise. This turbulent water is normally confined to areas immediately aft of ribs, strakes or rows of rivets on the bottom of the boat, and in the immediate
area of the propeller(s). Clockwise propellers create more turbulence on the port side. On outboard or inboard/outboard boats, it is best to locate the
transducer at least 15" (380 mm) to the side of the propeller(s).
19 · The best way to locate turbulence-free water is to view the transom while the boat is moving. This method is recommended if maximum high-speed
operation is a high priority. If this is not possible, select a location on the transom where the hull forward of this location is smooth, flat and free of
protrusions or ribs. · The hydrodynamic shape of your transducer allows it to point straight down without deadrise adjustment. · On boats with stepped hulls,
it may be possible to mount the transducer on the step. Do not mount the transducer on the transom behind a step to avoid popping the transducer out of the
water at higher speeds; the transducer must remain in the water for the control head to maintain the sonar signal. · If the transom is behind the propeller(s), it
may be impossible to find an area clear from turbulence, and a different mounting technique or transducer type should be considered (see Trolling Motor
Transducer Installation). · The Side Imaging transducer must NOT have anything obstructing the `view' of the side looking beams, i.e. nothing can be in the
line of sight of these beams (not a hull, motor, or other transducer, etc).
To mount the transducer bracket to the boat: 1. Remove the transducer mounting template from this manual. See Appendix A for the Transducer Mounting
Template. Level 15" (380 mm) from prop(s) 2. Hold the template on the transom of the boat in the location where the transducer will be installed. Align the
template vertically, matching the lower edge of the transom with the bottom corner of the template. If your propeller moves clockwise as the boat moves
forward, mount the transducer on the starboard side, and use the bottom left corner of the template. If your propeller moves counter-clockwise as the boat
moves forward, mount the transducer on the port side, and use the bottom right corner of the template. 3. Using a pencil or punch, mark the three mounting
holes on the transom.
Do not mark or drill any other holes at this time. 20 Attaching the Bracket 4. Using a 5/32" (4.0 mm) bit, drill the three holes to a depth of approximately 1"
(25 mm). On fiberglass hulls, it is best to use progressively larger drill bits to reduce the chance of chipping or flaking the outer coating.
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Use a marine-grade silicone sealant to fill the drilled holes. 5. Align the metal mounting bracket with the mounting holes. The center slot should be above the
two outer slots. (This bracket and all other hardware supplied is top quality stainless steel for maximum strength and corrosion protection.
) Insert the three 1" (25 mm) flat head wood screws into the drilled holes, but do not completely tighten. To attach the pivot to the transducer: 1. Attach the
pivot to the transducer body, using the two 1/4"-20 x 5/8" (16 mm) machine screws, toothed washers, and square nuts. The toothed washers must fit on the
inside of the transducer knuckle, between the pivot and the knuckle. The square nuts will be prevented from rotating by the pocket in the back of the pivot. An
Allen wrench is provided which fits all the 1/4"-20 screws, but do not fully tighten the screws at this time. 3 4 1 2 1 2 3 4 Insert the square nuts Toothed
Washer Pivot Machine Screw Attach the Pivot To mount the transducer pivot assembly to the bracket: 1. Slide the assembled transducer into the metal bracket
from the bottom, aligning the large hole at the top of the bracket with the hole in the pivot. 2. Insert the headed pin through the pivot holes in the bracket and
pivot.
The headed pin can be inserted from either side of the bracket. 3. Place the nylon washer over the opposite end of the headed pin. Place the stainless washer
over the 1/4"-20 x 5/8" (16 mm) screw threads, then insert into the opposite end of the headed pin and finger tighten only. The screw has a thread locking
compound on the threads to prevent loosening, and should not be fully tightened until all adjustments are made. 21 NOTE: The running position of the
transducer is now completely adjustable. Subsequent adjustment may be necessary to tweak the installation after high speed testing. 1 3 5 2 4 1 2 3 4 5 Screw
Headed Pin Allen Wrench Nylon Washer Stainless Washer To adjust the running position of the transducer: The transducer mounting bracket allows height
and tilt adjustment, while the pivot bolt allows angular adjustment. These adjustments will help reduce cavitation. Initially, adjust the transducer as described
in the following paragraphs.
Further adjustment may be necessary to refine the installation after high-speed testing. Normal Cavitation Cavitation that will cause erratic sonar readings 1.
First, adjust the pivot angle of the transducer body, so it is parallel with the length of the hull of the boat. 2. Fully tighten the two pivot screws, using the
supplied Allen wrench.
Access to the pivot screws is provided by the lower holes in the side of the mounting bracket. It may be necessary to retighten the pivot bolt after initial use as
the plastic may still be conforming to the pressure from the lock washers. 3. Adjust the height of the assembly so the face of the transducer is 1/8" (3 mm) to
1/4" (6 mm) beneath the bottom of the transom, and fully tighten the three mounting screws. 4.
In order to gain access to the mounting screws, the transducer assembly must be pivoted up in the bracket as shown. Be careful not to alter the running angle
as some force is necessary to pivot the assembly. Tighten the Mounting Screws 5. If access to the top mounting hole is not possible due to the selected height
of the transducer, fully tighten the two lower screws, then simply remove the headed pivot pin and the transducer assembly, and tighten the top screw, then
reassemble. 6. Confirm that the pivot angle has not changed and that all mounting screws are fully tightened. 22 To route the transom transducer cable: The
transducer cable has a low profile connector that must be routed to the point where the control head is mounted. There are several ways to route the
transducer cable to the area where the control head will be installed. The most common procedure routes the cable through the transom into the boat. NOTE:
Your boat may have a pre-existing wiring channel or conduit that you can use for the transducer cable.
1. Unplug the other end of the transducer cable from the control head. Make sure that the cable is long enough to accommodate the planned route by running
the cable over the transom. CAUTION! Do not cut or shorten the transducer cable, and try not to damage the cable insulation. Route the cable as far as
possible from any VHF radio antenna cables or tachometer cables to reduce the possibility of interference. If the cable is too short, extension cables are
available to extend the transducer cable up to a total of 50' (15 m). For assistance, contact the Customer Resource Center at www.humminbird.com or call
1-800-633-1468 for more information. NOTE: Since the transducer may need to pivot up to 90° in the bracket if it strikes an object, make sure there is
sufficient cable slack to accommodate this motion.
It is best to route the cable to the side of the transducer so the cable will not be damaged by the rotation of the transducer. 2a. If you are routing the cable
over the transom of the boat, secure the cable by attaching the cable clamp to the transom, drilling 9/64" diameter holes for #8 x 5/8" wood screws, then skip
directly to procedure 5, Connecting the Cable. or..
. Routing the Cable 2b. If you will be routing the cable through a hole in the transom, drill a 5/8" diameter hole above the waterline. Route the cable through
this hole, then fill the hole with marine-grade silicone sealant and proceed to the next step immediately. 3.
Place the escutcheon plate over the cable hole and use it as a guide to mark the two escutcheon plate mounting holes. Remove the plate, drill two 9/64"
diameter x 5/8" deep holes, and then fill both holes with marine-grade silicone sealant. Place the escutcheon plate over the cable hole and attach with two #8
x 5/8" wood screws. Route and secure the cable by attaching the cable clamp to the transom; drill one 9/64" diameter x 5/8" deep hole, then fill the hole with
marinegrade silicone sealant, then attach the cable clamp using a #8 x 5/8" screw. Plug the other end of the transducer cable back into the control head
connection holder. 4. 5. Storing Excess Cable NOTE: If there is excess cable that needs to be gathered at one location (as shown in the illustration), dress the
cable routed from both directions so that a single loop is left extending from the storage location. Doubling the cable up from this point, form the cable into a
coil. Storing excess cable using this method can reduce electronic interference.
23 Test and Finish the Transducer Installation When you have installed both the control head, the transducer, and accessories and have routed all the cables,
you must perform a final test before locking the transducer in place. Testing should be performed with the boat in the water, although you can initially
confirm basic operation with the boat out of the water. 1. Press the POWER/LIGHT key once to turn the control head on.
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There will be an audible chirp when the key is pressed correctly. If the unit does not power-up, make sure that the connector holder is fully seated and that
power is available. 2. If all connections are correct and power is available, the control head will enter Normal operation. If no transducer is detected (or one
is not connected), the unit will go into Simulator mode and will indicate this by displaying the word Simulator on the control head display. NOTE: The
transducer must be submerged in water for reliable transducer detection.
3. If the bottom is visible on-screen with a digital depth readout, the unit is working properly. Make sure that the boat is in water greater than 2 ft (.6 m) but
less than the depth capability of the unit, and that the transducer is fully submerged, since the sonar signal cannot pass through air. 4.
If the unit is working properly, gradually increase the boat speed to test high-speed performance. If the unit functions well at low speeds but begins to skip or
miss the bottom at higher speeds, the transducer requires adjustment. Angling the rear of the transducer downward and/or lowering the transducer farther
into the water will help achieve depth readings at high speeds. If the left side of the fish arch is longer than the right side, then the back of the transducer is
angled too far downward. If the right side of the fish arch is longer than the left side, then the back of the transducer is angled too far upwards.
NOTE: Due to the wide variety of boat hulls, it may not always be possible to get symmetrical fish arches and high speed depth readings at the same time.
NOTE: It is often necessary to make several incremental transducer adjustments before optimum high speed performance is achieved. Once you have reached
a consistently good sonar signal at the desired speeds, you are ready to lock down the transducer settings. 5. Mark the transducer bracket location on the
transom with a pencil, then pop up the bracket to reveal the mounting screws. Tighten the stainless steel mounting bracket screws to secure in place. Handtighten only! 24 1157c Transducer Installation (1157c Combo models only) If you have a 1157c Combo model, there are three different installation methods
for your transducer: · Transom Transducer · Inside the Hull Transducer · Trolling Motor Transducer. Your 1100 SeriesTM uses a Two Piece Kick-up
transducer mounting bracket. Find the section that describes the method of installation you will be using. NOTE: If the included transducer will not work for
your application, you may exchange it, NEW and UNASSEMBLED, with mounting hardware included, for a transducer appropriate for your application often at very little or no charge depending on the transducer.
Call the Humminbird® Customer Resource Center at 1-800-633-1468 for details and pricing, or visit www.humminbird.com. NOTE: In addition to the
hardware supplied with your transducer, you will need a powered hand drill and various drill bits, various hand tools, including a ruler or straightedge, a
level, a 12" plumb line (weighted string or monofilament line), marker or pencil, safety glasses and dust mask, and marine-grade silicone sealant. NOTE: Due
to the wide variety of hulls, only general instructions are presented in this installation guide. Each boat hull represents a unique set of requirements that
should be evaluated prior to installation. It is important to read the instructions completely and understand the mounting guidelines before beginning
installation. NOTE: When drilling holes in fiberglass hulls, it is best to start with a smaller bit and use progressively larger drill bits to reduce the chance of
chipping or flaking the outer coating. NOTE: Your transducer may not look exactly like the transducer shown in the illustrations, but it will mount in exactly
the same way. Transom Transducer Installation (1157c Combo models only) If you will be installing a transom mounted transducer, use the procedures in this
section.
There are several procedures you will have to perform in order to install a transom-mounted transducer. They are: · Locate transducer mounting location ·
Prepare the mounting location · Assemble the transducer and perform initial mounting · Route the transducer cable · Connect the transducer cable · Perform
a final test of the transom transducer installation. 25 1. Locating the transducer mounting location NOTE: If transom mounting is not possible because of a
stepped hull or cavitation noise, and you have a single layer fiberglass hull, In-hull installation is an option. See Inside the Hull Transducer Installation for
more information.
Turbulence: You must first determine the best location on the transom to install the transducer. It is very important to locate the transducer in an area that is
relatively free of turbulent water. Consider the following to find the best location with the least amount of turbulence: · As the boat moves through the water,
turbulence is generated by the weight of the boat and the thrust of the propeller(s) - either clockwise or counter-clockwise. This turbulent water is normally
confined to areas immediately aft of ribs, strakes or rows of rivets on the bottom of the boat, and in the immediate area of the propeller(s). Clockwise
propellers create more turbulence on the port side.
On outboard or inboard/outboard boats, it is best to locate the transducer at least 15" to the side of the propeller(s). Areas of Possible Turbulence Stepped
Hull Rivets Transom Strakes Hull Step Rib · The best way to locate turbulence-free water is to view the transom while the boat is moving. This method is
recommended if maximum high-speed operation is a high priority. If this is not possible, select a location on the transom where the hull forward of this
location is smooth, flat and free of protrusions or ribs. Level 15" Find a turbulence-free location at least 15" from the propeller(s) and not in line with trailer
bunks or rollers. 26 · Deadrise Angle On boats with stepped hulls, it may be possible to mount the transducer on the step. Do not mount the transducer on the
transom behind a step to avoid popping the transducer out of the water at higher speeds; the transducer must remain in the water for the control head to
maintain the sonar signal. · If the transom is behind the propeller(s), it may be impossible to find an area clear from turbulence, and a different mounting
technique or transducer type should be considered, such as an Inside the Hull Transducer (see Inside the Hull Transducer Installation). · If you plan to trailer
your boat, do not mount the transducer too close to trailer bunks or rollers to avoid moving or damaging the transducer during loading and unloading of the
boat. · If high speed operation is critical, you may want to consider using an In-Hull transducer instead of this Transom Mount transducer.
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NOTE: The hydrodynamic shape of your transducer allows it to point straight down without deadrise adjustment. NOTE: If you cannot find a transom mount
location that will work for your high-speed application, find an In-Hull Transducer by contacting our Customer Resource Center at either 1-800-633-1468 or
by visiting our web site at www.humminbird.com. 2. Preparing the Mounting Location In this procedure, you will determine the mounting location and drill
two mounting holes, using the transducer mounting bracket as a guide. 1. Make sure that the boat is level on the trailer, both from port to starboard and from
bow to stern, by placing your level on the deck of the boat, first in one direction, then in the other. 2. Hold the mounting bracket against the transom of the
boat in the location you have selected.
Align the bracket horizontally, using the level; make sure that the lower corner of the bracket does not protrude past the bottom of the hull, and there is at
least 1/4" clearance between the bottom of the bracket and the bottom of the transom for fiberglass boats, and 1/8" clearance for aluminum boats. Positioning
the Mounting Bracket Level Boat Hull Types Require Different Mounting Positions Level 1/4" for fiberglass 1/8" for aluminum 27 NOTE: If you have a flatbottomed aluminum boat, some additional adjustment may be needed to accommodate the rivets on the bottom of the boat (i.e. the gap may need to be a little
smaller than 1/8"). This will help you to avoid excessive turbulence at high speeds.
NOTE: If your propeller moves clockwise (in forward, as you're facing the stern of the boat from behind), mount the transducer on the starboard side, and
align the bottom right corner of the mounting bracket with the bottom of the boat. If your propeller moves counter-clockwise (in forward, as you're facing the
stern of the boat from behind), mount the transducer on the port side, and align the bottom left corner of the mounting bracket with the bottom of the boat.
Using the Mounting Bracket to Mark the Initial Drill Holes Fourth Hole 3. Continue to hold the bracket on the transom of the boat, and use a pencil or
marker to mark where to drill the two mounting holes. Mark the drill holes near the top of each slot, making sure that your mark is centered in the slot.
NOTE: The third hole should not be drilled until the angle and height of the transducer is finalized, which you will not do until a later procedure. 4. Make
sure that the drill bit is perpendicular to the actual surface of the transom, NOT parallel to the ground, before you drill. Using a 5/32" bit, drill the two holes
only to a depth of approximately 1". Mark Initial Drill Holes Third Hole NOTE: On fiberglass hulls, it is best to use progressively larger drill bits to reduce
the chance of chipping or flaking the outer coating. 3. Assembling the Transducer and Initial Mounting In this procedure, you will assemble the transducer
using the hardware provided, then mount it and make adjustments to its position without locking it in place. NOTE: You will initially assemble the transducer
and the pivot arm by matching the two ratchets to a numbered position on the transducer knuckle. Further adjustments may be necessary. 1a.
If you already know your transom angle, refer to the chart below for the initial position to use to set the ratchets. If your transom is angled at 14 degrees (a
common transom angle for many boats) use position 1 for the ratchets. In either case, go to step 2. or... Bead Alignment Number Transom Angle (°) Measured
Distance (x) 1 -2 -1 0 0.0 cm 0" 1 4 2 1.1cm 1/2" 3 4 2 5 2.5 cm 1" 6 7 5 8 4.
3 cm 1 5/8" 3 5.9 cm 2 3/8" 1 7.6 cm 3" 4 9.3cm 3 5/8" 2 11.1cm 4 3/8" 5 12.
9cm 5" 3 14.9cm 5 7/8" 1 16.9cm 6 5/8" 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1b. If you do not know your transom angle,
measure it using a plumb line (weighted nylon string or monofilament line) exactly 12 inches long. Hold the top of the plumb line against the top of the
transom with your finger, and wait until the line hangs straight down.
Using a ruler, measure the distance from the bottom of the plumb line to the back of the transom, then use the chart. 28 Measuring the Transom Angle NOTE:
It is important to take your measurement in the figure showing Measuring the Transom Angle, from exactly 12 inches down from the top of the transom.
Plumb line Transom Angle in degrees (°) 12" Weight 2. Place the two ratchets, one on either side of the transducer knuckle, so that the beads on each ratchet
line up with the desired position number on the knuckle. If you are setting the ratchets at position 1, the beads on each ratchet will line up with the rib on the
transducer knuckle to form one continuous line on the assembly. NOTE: The ratchets are keyed; make sure that the square teeth on each ratchet face the
square teeth on the transducer knuckle, and the triangular teeth face outward. Measured Distance (X) Hold the ratchets on the transducer knuckle with one
hand and fit the pivot arm over them until it snaps into place with the other hand. Refer to the illustration. Transducer Knuckle Positions Knuckle Ratchets
Placed in Position 1 Beads Ratchet Rib at position 1 Ratchets Placed in Position 2 Bead Fitting the Pivot Arm Over the Ratchet Rib Ratchet 29 Inserting the
Pivot Bolt Inserting the Pivot Arm Assembly Into the Mounting Bracket 3. Put the pivot bolt through the assembly to hold it in position and loosely install the
nut, but do NOT tighten the nut at this time.
Insert the pivot arm assembly into the mounting bracket. Do NOT snap the assembly closed, as you will need to access the mounting bracket in the next step.
NOTE: If the pivot assembly is snapped closed over the mounting bracket, use a flat head screwdriver or similar tool to gently pry the assembly away from the
mounting bracket. 4. Align the mounting bracket transducer assembly with the drilled holes in the transom. With a 5/16" socket driver, mount the assembly to
the transom using the two #10 - 1" long screws provided. Mounting the Assembly to the Transom NOTE: Make sure that the mounting screws are snug, but do
not fully tighten the mounting screws at this time to allow the transducer assembly to slide for adjustment purposes. 5. Snap the pivot arm down into place. 6.
Adjust the initial angle of the transducer from back to front by rotating the transducer until the side seam on the transducer is almost parallel with the bottom
of the boat, one click at a time in either direction. 30 Adjusting the Initial Transducer Angle One click too high Correctly aligned (transducer side seam
aligned with boat bottom) Trailing edge Leading edge One click too low 7. Adjust the transducer assembly vertically, until the seam on the leading edge of the
transducer (the edge closest to the transom of the boat) is level and just slightly below the hull.
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