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Garmin MS-RA770, Fusion, Marine Stereo, OEM Installation Instructions
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Apollo™ RA770 Installation
Instructions
Important Safety Information
WARNING
Failure to follow these warnings and cautions could result in
personal injury, damage to the vessel, or poor product
performance.
See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the
product box for product warnings and other important
information.
This device must be installed according to these instructions.
Disconnect the vessel's power supply before beginning to install
this product.
Before applying power to this product, make sure it has been
correctly grounded, following the instructions in the guide.
CAUTION
Always wear safety goggles, ear protection, and a dust mask
when drilling, cutting, or sanding.
NOTICE
When drilling or cutting, always check what is on the opposite
side of the surface.
You must read all installation instructions before beginning the
installation. If you experience difficulty during the installation,
contact FUSION Product Support.
• If you are installing the stereo in a location that may be
exposed to water, you should install any connected cables
with a drip loop to allow water to drip down off the cable and
avoid damage to the stereo.
• If you need to mount the stereo outside a boat, it must be
mounted in a location far above the waterline, where it is not
submerged.
• If you need to mount the stereo outside a boat, it should be
mounted in a location where it cannot be damaged by docks,
pilings, or other pieces of equipment.
• To avoid interference with a magnetic compass, the stereo
should be installed at least 15 cm (5.9 in.) away from a
compass.
Mounting the Stereo
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Mounting gasket
Four 8-gauge, self-tapping screws
Two screw covers
Power and speaker wiring harness
Auxiliary-in, line-out, and subwoofer-out wiring harnesses
2 m (6 ft.) NMEA 2000 drop cable
Dust cover
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Tools Needed
• Phillips screwdriver
• Electric drill
• Drill bit (size varies based on surface material and screws
used)
• Rotary cutting tool or jigsaw
• Silicone-based marine sealant (optional)
Mounting Considerations
• The stereo must be mounted on a flat surface.
• The stereo must be mounted in a location that allows open
airflow around the rear of the stereo for heat ventilation.
• If you are installing the stereo in a location that may be
exposed to water, it must be mounted within 45 degrees
below or 15 degrees above the horizontal plane.
NOTICE
Be careful when cutting the hole to mount the stereo. There is
only a small amount of clearance between the case and the
mounting holes, and cutting the hole too large could
compromise the stability of the stereo after it is mounted.
Be careful when installing the stereo in an aluminum boat or a
boat with a conductive hull, if you require the electrical system to
be isolated from the boat hull.
Do not apply grease or lubricant to the screws when fastening
the stereo to the mounting surface. Grease or other lubricants
can cause damage to the stereo housing.
Before you can mount the stereo in a new location on the
mounting surface, you must select a location in accordance with
the mounting considerations.
1 Trim the template and make sure it fits at the mounting
location.
2 Adhere the template to the mounting surface.
3 Using a drill bit appropriate for the mounting surface, drill a
hole inside the corner of the dashed line on the template to
prepare the mounting surface for cutting.
4 Using a rotary-cutting tool, cut the mounting surface along
the inside of the dashed line on the template.
5 Place the stereo in the cutout À to test the fit.
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Item
Description
ANTENNA
Connects the stereo to a typical AM/FM antenna.
If you are installing the stereo on a boat with a metal
hull, you must use a ground-dependent antenna. If you
are installing the stereo on a boat with a non-metal
hull, you must use a ground-independent antenna.
See the installation instructions provided with your
antenna for more information.
NMEA 2000
Connects the stereo to a NMEA 2000 network (NMEA
2000 System Wiring Diagram, page 4).
Connects to an NRX series remote control directly
(Configuring an Optional Wired Remote, page 4).
ETHERNET
Connects the stereo to another FUSION PartyBus
stereo, zone stereo, or network (FUSION PartyBus
Networking, page 4).
SIRIUS XM
Connects the stereo to a SiriusXM Connect Tuner to
receive SiriusXM stations where available (not
included).
Connects to a FUSION DAB module to receive DAB
stations where available (not included).
USB
Connects the stereo to a USB source.
DIGITAL
AUDIO IN
Connects the stereo to an optical digital audio source,
such as TV or DVD player.
FUSE
Contains the 15 A fuse for the device.
6 If necessary, use a file and sandpaper to refine the size of
the cutout.
7 After the stereo fits correctly in the cutout, ensure the
mounting holes on the stereo line up with the pilot holes on
the template.
8 If the mounting holes on the stereo do not line up, mark the
new pilot-hole locations.
9 Using an appropriately sized drill bit for the mounting surface
and screw type, drill the pilot holes.
10 Remove the template from the mounting surface.
11 Make the necessary wiring connections (Connection
Considerations, page 2).
12 Select an option:
• If you are installing the stereo in a dry location, place the
included mounting gasket Á on the back of the stereo.
• If you are installing the stereo in a location that is exposed
to water, apply silicone-based marine sealant on the
mounting surface around the cutout.
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Connects the stereo to the wiring harness for auxiliary
input 2, and for the line and subwoofer outputs for
zones 3 and 4.
Connects the stereo to the wiring harness for auxiliary
input 1, and for the line and subwoofer outputs for
zones 1 and 2.
Connects the stereo to the power and speaker wiring
harness.
Wiring Harness Wire and Connector Identification
NOTICE
Do not install the included mounting gasket if you applied
sealant to the mounting surface. Using sealant and the
mounting gasket may reduce water resistance.
13 Place the stereo into the cutout.
14 Secure the stereo to the mounting surface using the included
screws Â.
You should hand-tighten the screws when securing the
stereo to the mounting surface to avoid overtightening them.
15 Snap the screw covers in place Ã.
Connection Considerations
For the stereo to function correctly, you must connect it to
power, to speakers, and to input sources. You should carefully
plan the layout of the stereo, speakers, input sources, optional
NMEA 2000 network, and optional FUSION PartyBus™ devices
or network before making any connections.
Wire or RCA
Connector
Function
Bare Wire Notes
Color or
RCA Label
Name
Ground (-)
Black
Connects to the negative terminal of
a 12 Vdc power source capable of
supplying 15 A. You should connect
this wire before connecting the
yellow wire. All accessories
connected to the stereo must share
a common ground location
(Connecting to Power, page 3).
Power (+)
Yellow
Connects to the positive terminal of a
12 Vdc power source capable of
supplying 15 A.
Ignition
Red
Connects to a separately-switched,
12 Vdc connection, such as an
ignition bus, to turn the stereo on
and off. If you are not using a
switched 12 Vdc connection, you
must connect this to the same
source as the yellow (power) wire
Port Identification
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Wire or RCA
Connector
Function
Bare Wire Notes
Color or
RCA Label
Name
Amplifier on
Blue
Connects to optional external
amplifiers, enabling them to turn on
when the stereo turns on.
Telemute
Brown
Activates when connected to ground.
For example, when you connect this
wire to a compatible, hands-free
mobile kit, the audio mutes or the
input switches to Aux1 when a call is
received and the kit connects this
wire to ground. You can enable this
functionality from the settings menu.
Dim
Orange
Connects to the boat's illumination
wire to dim the stereo screen when
the lights are on.
The gauge of the illumination wire
must be suitable for the fuse
supplying the circuit it is connected
to.
Speaker zone 1
left (+)
White
Speaker zone 1
left (-)
White/black
Speaker zone 1
right (+)
Gray
Speaker zone 1
right (-)
Gray/black
Speaker zone 2
left (+)
Green
Speaker zone 2
left (-)
Green/
black
Speaker zone 2
right (+)
Purple
Speaker zone 2
right (-)
Purple/
black
Zone 1 line out
(left)
Zone 1 line out
(right)
Zone 1 subwoofer
out
ZONE 1
ZONE 1
SUB OUT
Provides output to an external
amplifier, and is associated with the
volume control for zone 1.
Each subwoofer cable provides a
single mono output to a powered
subwoofer or subwoofer amplifier.
Zone 2 line out
(left)
Zone 2 line out
(right)
Zone 2 subwoofer
out
ZONE 2
ZONE 2
SUB OUT
Provides output to an external
amplifier, and is associated with the
volume control for zone 2.
Each subwoofer cable provides a
single mono output to a powered
subwoofer or subwoofer amplifier.
Auxiliary in 1 left
Auxiliary in 1 right
AUX IN 1
Provides an RCA stereo line input for
audio sources, such as a CD or MP3
player.
Zone 3 line out
(left )
Zone 3 line out
(right)
Zone 3 subwoofer
out
ZONE 3
ZONE 3
SUB OUT
Provides output to an external
amplifier, and is associated with the
volume control for zone 3.
Each subwoofer cable provides a
single mono output to a powered
subwoofer or subwoofer amplifier.
Zone 4 line out
(left)
Zone 4 line out
(right)
Zone 4 subwoofer
out
ZONE 4
ZONE 4
SUB OUT
Provides output to an external
amplifier, and is associated with the
volume control for zone 4.
Each subwoofer cable provides a
single mono output to a powered
subwoofer or subwoofer amplifier.
Auxiliary in 2 left
Auxiliary in 2 right
AUX IN 2
Provides and RCA stereo line input
for audio sources, such as a CD or
MP3 player.
to the battery. This provides power to the stereo and a constant
trickle-power standby feed.
You should connect the red signal wire to the same battery
through the ignition or another manual switch to turn the stereo
on and off. If you are not routing the red wire through the ignition
or another manual switch, you can connect the red wire to the
yellow wire, and connect them both to the positive (+) battery
terminal.
You must connect the power wires to the battery through a 15 A
fuse or a 15 A circuit breaker.
If it is necessary to extend the yellow power and black ground
wires, use 14 AWG (2.08 mm2) wire. For extensions longer than
1 m (3 ft.), use 12 AWG (3.31 mm²) wire. If it is necessary to
extend the red wire, use 22 AWG (0.33 mm2) wire.
1 Route the yellow power À, red signal Á, and black ground Â
wires to the battery, and route the wiring-harness plug to the
stereo.
Do not connect the wiring harness to the stereo until all of the
bare wire connections have been made.
2 Connect the black wire to the negative (-) battery terminal.
3 If you are routing the red wire through the ignition or another
manual switch Ã, connect the red signal wire to the ignition
or switch.
4 Connect the red wire to the yellow wire, install a 15 A fuse Ä
as close to the battery as possible, and connect both wires to
the positive (+) battery terminal.
NOTE: If you are running the red wire through a fused switch,
it is not necessary to connect the red wire to the yellow wire
or to add an another fuse to the red wire.
Speaker Zones
You can group speakers in one area into a speaker zone. This
enables you to control the audio level of the zones individually.
For example, you could make the audio quieter in the cabin and
louder on deck.
Up to two pairs of speakers can be connected per channel of
each zone, in parallel. A zone can support no more than four
speakers using the on-board amplifier.
Zones 1 and 2 are powered by the on-board amplifier. To use
the RCA line outputs and the RCA subwoofer outputs for zones
1 and 2, you must connect external amplifiers.
Zones 3 and 4 are available as line-level outputs only. To use
the RCA line outputs and the RCA subwoofer outputs for zones
3 and 4, you must connect external amplifiers.
You can set the balance, volume limit, tone, subwoofer level,
subwoofer frequency, and name for each zone, and configure
other zone-specific settings.
Connecting to Power
When connecting the stereo to power, you must connect both
power wires. You should connect the yellow power wire directly
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Single-Zone System Wiring Example
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NMEA 2000 System Wiring Diagram
Speakers
Water-tight connection
Extended System Wiring
This diagram illustrates a system installation with an external
amplifier and subwoofer connected to zone 2 on the stereo. You
can connect an amplifier and subwoofer to any or all of the four
zones on the stereo.
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Stereo
Supported chartplotter MFD or compatible FUSION NMEA 2000
remote control
In-line switch
NMEA 2000 power cable
NMEA 2000 drop cable from the stereo, up to 6 m (20 ft.)
NMEA 2000 drop cable from the chartplotter MFD or compatible
FUSION NMEA 2000 remote control
9 to 16 Vdc power supply
NMEA 2000 terminator or backbone cable
NMEA 2000 T-connector
NMEA 2000 terminator or backbone cable
Configuring an Optional Wired Remote
Item Description
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Zone 1 speakers
Water-tight connection
Zone 2 speakers
Amplifier-on signal wire
You must connect this wire to each amplifier connected to a zone
line out.
Powered amplifier connected to the zone 2 line out
Zone 2 line out and subwoofer out
Each subwoofer cable provides a single mono output to a
powered subwoofer or subwoofer amplifier.
Subwoofer
NOTICE
The stereo is configured by default to work with a NMEA 2000
network, and the NRX POWER option should be enabled only
when an optional remote is connected directly to the stereo.
Enabling this option when the stereo is connected to a NMEA
2000 network may damage other devices on the NMEA 2000
network.
If you connect an optional wired NRX remote directly to the
stereo, and not through a NMEA 2000 network , additional
configuration is needed.
> > NMEA.
1 Select
2 Select an option:
• If you connected both your stereo and your optional wired
remote to a NMEA 2000 network, make sure the NRX
POWER option is not selected. This enables the optional
remote to receive power from the NMEA 2000 network.
• If you connected the optional wired remote directly to the
stereo through the NMEA 2000 connector, select the NRX
POWER option. This enables the stereo to supply power
to the optional remote.
FUSION PartyBus Networking
The FUSION PartyBus networking feature allows you to connect
multiple compatible stereos and zone stereos together on a
network, using a combination of wired or wireless connections.
A FUSION PartyBus stereo, such as an Apollo RA770 stereo,
can stream sources to other FUSION PartyBus devices
connected to the network. Connected FUSION PartyBus
devices can also control media playback on the FUSION
PartyBus stereo. A FUSION PartyBus zone stereo, such as an
Apollo SRX400 zone stereo can stream from a FUSION
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PartyBus stereo, but cannot stream sources to other FUSION
PartyBus devices on the network.
You can connect up to eight FUSION PartyBus devices on a
network.
In the image above, one Apollo RA770 stereo À connects to a
wireless router Á and to two Apollo SRX400 zone stereos Â.
The two FUSION PartyBus stereo zone stereos can stream
sources from the FUSION PartyBus stereo.
A FUSION PartyBus zone stereo is not the same thing as a
speaker zone. It is an independent stereo that can either play
media from connected sources or stream from a FUSION
PartyBus stereo on the network. You can connect a FUSION
PartyBus zone stereo, such as an Apollo SRX400 zone stereo,
to a single speaker zone Ã. You can connect a FUSION
PartyBus stereo, such as an Apollo RA770 stereo, to multiple
speaker zones Ä to cover a larger area with that stereo.
FUSION PartyBus devices cannot control the speaker volume of
another stereo. You can adjust the volume of speakers or
speaker zones connected directly to the stereo only.
Wired Networking Considerations
When you are planning your network installation, observe the
following considerations for all wired connections.
• Wired connections are more reliable than wireless
connections. When planning your network, you should use
network cables to connect FUSION PartyBus devices to the
network when possible.
• You must connect devices using standard Cat5e or Cat6
network cables with RJ45 connectors.
• You can use one network cable to directly connect two
compatible devices.
• You may need to use wired network switches and wired or
wireless network routers when you connect more than two
compatible stereos to a network.
• If you install a router on the network, it should be configured
to be the DHCP server by default. See your router
instructions for more information.
• If you do not install a router on the network, you must
configure one FUSION PartyBus device to be the DHCP
server.
Wired Network Example for Direct Connections
You must configure one FUSION PartyBus device as a DHCP
server when connecting two devices together directly.
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FUSION PartyBus stereo
FUSION PartyBus zone stereo
Wired Network Example with a Switch or Router
You must use wired network switches, a wired network router, or
both to connect more than two FUSION PartyBus devices.
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Wired network switch or wired network router
FUSION PartyBus zone stereo
Wireless Networking Considerations
When you are planning your network, observe the following
considerations for all wireless connections.
• Wired connections are more reliable than wireless
connections. You should plan your network to use network
cables, but if it is not possible, FUSION PartyBus devices are
Wi‑Fi compatible. You can connect them to wireless routers
or access points.
• You can configure a FUSION PartyBus device as a wireless
access point, so you can connect devices within wireless
range.
• If you install a wireless router on the network, it should be
configured to be the DHCP server by default. See your
wireless router instructions for more information.
• If you do not install a router or wireless router on the network,
you must configure one FUSION PartyBus device to be the
DHCP server.
• You can configure any FUSION PartyBus device on the wired
network to be a wireless access point, even if you install a
wireless router or additional wireless access points on the
network. This would be useful to allow access to devices in
range of the stereo but not in range of the other wireless
access points.
• If you connect a FUSION PartyBus device to the network
wirelessly, you cannot connect any additional wired FUSION
PartyBus devices to that device.
• You can connect a smartphone to the wireless network to
control any stereo on the network using the FUSION-Link™
app.
• You can connect an Apple device to the wireless network to
stream media to a single stereo on the network using Apple
AirPlay .
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FUSION PartyBus stereo
5 Turn on all devices connected to the network, including
FUSION PartyBus zone stereo
Smartphone using the FUSION-Link app
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Wireless Network Example with a Wired Switch or Router
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FUSION PartyBus stereo
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Wired network switch or wired network router
FUSION PartyBus zone stereo
Smartphone using the FUSION-Link app.
Wireless Network Example with a Wireless Router or
Access Point
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wireless devices.
Select an option:
• If you are not using a network router (wired or wireless),
configure one FUSION PartyBus device to be the DHCP
server (Setting the FUSION PartyBus Device as the
DHCP Server, page 6). All other stereos should use
their default configuration (automatic IP).
• If you are using a network router (wired or wireless),
consult the documentation provided with your router to
configure the router as the DHCP server, if necessary. All
stereos should use their default configuration (automatic
IP).
Configure a stereo as a wireless access point, if necessary
(Setting the FUSION PartyBus Device as a Wireless Access
Point, page 6).
Configure a FUSION PartyBus stereo or zone stereo to
connect to a wireless access point or router, if necessary
(Connecting the FUSION PartyBus Device to a Wireless
Access Point, page 6).
Test the network by viewing the list of FUSION PartyBus
devices from each device on the network and select an
option:
• If any FUSION PartyBus devices are not available to the
network, troubleshoot the network (Network
Troubleshooting, page 7).
• If all FUSION PartyBus devices are available to the
network, complete the installation for each stereo, if
necessary.
Network Configuration
TIP: You can select the network status icon from any screen to
open the network configuration menu.
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FUSION PartyBus stereo
Wireless network router or wireless access point
FUSION PartyBus zone stereo
Smartphone using the FUSION-Link app
Constructing a Network
You should have a basic understanding of networking when
building a network for FUSION PartyBus devices.
These instructions guide you through the basics of building and
configuring a network, and should apply to most situations. If
you need to perform advanced networking tasks, such as
assigning static IP addresses to devices on the network or
configuring advanced settings on a connected router, you may
need to consult a networking professional.
1 Determine the installation location of the FUSION PartyBus
devices you want to connect to the network.
NOTE: Wired connections are more reliable than wireless
connections. When planning your network, you should run
network cables instead of using wireless connections when
possible.
2 Determine the installation location of any needed network
routers or switches.
3 Route Cat5e or Cat6 network cable to the installation
locations of the stereos, switches, and router.
4 Connect the network cables to the stereos, switches, and
router.
NOTICE
Do not completely install the stereos yet. You should test the
network before you install the stereos.
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Setting the FUSION PartyBus Device as the DHCP Server
If you connected two FUSION PartyBus devices together
directly, or connected more than two together using a network
switch and did not install a router, you must configure only one
FUSION PartyBus stereo to be the DHCP server.
Select
> > NETWORK > ADVANCED > DHCP
SERVER > DHCP ENABLED > SAVE.
Setting the FUSION PartyBus Device as a Wireless Access
Point
Before you can connect additional FUSION PartyBus devices or
smartphones to a FUSION PartyBus device wirelessly, you must
configure at least one device as a wireless access point. This is
not necessary if you installed a wireless router or other wireless
access point on the network.
> > NETWORK > WI-FI ACCESS POINT.
1 Select
2 Select SSID, and enter the SSID, or name, for the wireless
access point.
3 Select AP SECURITY, and select the security type for the
access point (optional).
NOTE: It is strongly recommended that you set the AP
SECURITY using WPA2 PERSONAL. It is the most widelyused and secure wireless security protocol.
4 Select PASSWORD, and enter a password for the access
point (optional).
5 If necessary, select COUNTRY, and select your region.
6 Select SAVE.
Connecting the FUSION PartyBus Device to a Wireless
Access Point
> > NETWORK > WI-FI CLIENT > SSID.
1 Select
A list of wireless access points within rage appears.
2 Select the FUSION PartyBus wireless access point.
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3 Select an option:
On-board, Class D Amplifier
• To enter the password, select PASSWORD, enter the
password, and select .
• If you are connecting to the wireless access point using
WPS, verify that WPS has been enabled on the access
point, and select WPS.
NOTE: It can take up to two minutes to successfully
connect to the access point after you select WPS.
4 Select SAVE.
Output music power per
channel
4 x 70 W max. 2 ohm
Total output peak power
280 W max.
Output power per channel
4 x 43 W RMS at 14.4 Vdc input,
2 ohm, 10% THD*
4 x 26 W RMS at 14.4 Vdc input,
4 ohm, 10% THD*
Line output level (max.)
5.5 V (peak to peak)
Aux input level (typical)
1 V RMS
Resetting Network Settings
You can reset all network settings for this stereo to the factory
default values.
Select
> > NETWORK > RESET > YES.
Advanced Network Configuration
You can perform advanced networking tasks on a FUSION
PartyBus device, such as defining DHCP ranges and setting
static IP addresses. See the owner's manual for more
information.
Network Troubleshooting
If you cannot see or connect to FUSION PartyBus devices on
the network, check the following:
• Verify that only one device, either a stereo or a router, is
configured as a DHCP server.
• Verify that all FUSION PartyBus devices, network switches,
routers, and wireless access points are connected to the
network and turned on.
• Verify that wireless FUSION PartyBus devices are connected
to a wireless router or wireless access point on the network.
• If you configured static IP addresses, verify that every device
has a unique IP address, that the first three sets of numbers
in the IP addresses match, and that the subnet masks on
every device are identical.
• If you have made configuration changes that might be
causing networking issues, reset all network settings to
factory defaults.
*The stereo may limit the output power to prevent the amplifier
from overheating, and to maintain the audio dynamics.
Tuner
Europe and
Australasia
USA
Japan
FM radio
frequency range
87.5 to 108 MHz
87.5 to
107.9 MHz
76 to 95 MHz
FM frequency
step
50 kHz
200 kHz
50 kHz
AM radio
frequency range
522 to 1620 kHz
530 to
1710 kHz
522 to
1620 kHz
AM frequency
step
9 kHz
10 kHz
9 kHz
Stereo Dimension Drawings
Front Dimensions
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192 mm (7.56 in.)
82 mm (3.23 in.)
Side Dimensions
Specifications
General
Weight
750 g (26.5 oz.)
Water resistance
IEC 60529 IPX7 (front of stereo only,
when properly installed)
Operating temperature range
From 0 to 50°C (from 32 to 122°F)
Storage temperature range
From -20 to 70°C (from -4 to 158°F)
Input voltage
From 10.8 to 16 Vdc
Current (max.)
15 A
Current (muted)
Less than 900 mA
Current (off, standby mode
enabled)
110 mA
Current (off, standby mode
disabled)
80 mA
Fuse
15 A mini blade-type
NMEA 2000 LEN
1 (50 mA)
Bluetooth wireless range
Up to 10 m (30 ft.)
ANT wireless range
Up to 3 m (10 ft.)
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20.4 mm (0.8 in.)
99 mm (3.9 in.)
50 mm (1.97 in.)
Wireless frequencies/protocols Wi‑Fi 2.4 GHz @ +15 dBm nominal
Bluetooth 2.4 GHz @ +10 dBm
nominal
ANT 2.4 GHz @ +4 dBm nominal
Compass-safe distance
15 cm (5.9 in.)
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Top Dimensions
164 mm (6.5 in.)
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20.4 mm (0.8 in.)
10 mm (0.39 in.)
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Software Updates
For best results, you should update the software in all FUSION
devices at the time of installation to ensure compatibility.
You can update the software using the FUSION-Link remote
control app on your compatible Apple or Android™ device, or
using a USB flash drive.
To download the app and update the device software, go to the
Apple App Store or the Google Play™ store. For software
updates and instructions on updating the device using the USB
flash drive, go to the device product page at
www.fusionentertainment.com/marine.
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USA and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc., registered in the
USA and other countries. Android™ and Google Play™ are a trademarks of Google Inc.
Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of
such marks by Garmin is under license. NMEA 2000 , and the NMEA 2000 logo are
registered trademarks of the National Marine Electronics Association. SiriusXM is a
registered trademark of SiriusXM Radio Inc. Wi‑Fi is a registered mark of Wi-Fi Alliance
Corporation. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
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