User manual

User manual
i40
Installation and operation
instructions
English
Date: 06-2014
Document number: 81340-2-EN
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ENGLISH
Document number: 81340-2
Date: 06-2014
Contents
Chapter 1 Important information........................ 7
7.7 Switching the depth and speed position ................. 42
Certified Installation ................................................... 7
Water ingress ............................................................ 7
7.8 Using the depth pages.......................................... 43
Disclaimer ................................................................. 7
EMC installation guidelines ........................................ 7
Suppression ferrites ................................................... 8
Connections to other equipment ................................. 8
Declaration of conformity............................................ 8
Product disposal ........................................................ 8
Warranty registration.................................................. 8
IMO and SOLAS........................................................ 8
7.9 Using the speed pages ......................................... 43
Chapter 8 i40 Depth............................................. 45
8.1 i40 Depth operation .............................................. 46
8.2 Calibration ........................................................... 46
8.3 User calibration — i40 Depth ................................ 47
8.4 Intermediate calibration ........................................ 48
8.5 Dealer calibration ................................................. 48
8.6 Using the depth pages.......................................... 49
Technical accuracy .................................................... 9
Chapter 9 i40 Speed ............................................ 51
Chapter 2 Document and product
information........................................................... 11
9.1 i40 Speed operation ............................................. 52
9.2 Calibration ........................................................... 52
2.1 Document information .......................................... 12
2.2 Parts supplied...................................................... 13
2.3 i40 Product overview ............................................ 13
9.3 User calibration — i40 Speed................................ 53
9.4 Intermediate calibration ........................................ 54
9.5 Dealer calibration ................................................. 54
9.6 Using the speed pages ......................................... 55
Chapter 3 Planning the installation ................... 15
3.1 Installation checklist ............................................. 16
3.2 Compatible transducers........................................ 16
3.3 Typical systems ................................................... 18
3.4 Tools required ...................................................... 19
3.5 Selecting a display location................................... 19
3.6 Selecting a transducer location ............................. 20
Chapter 10 i40 Wind ............................................ 57
10.1 i40 Wind operation ............................................. 58
10.2 Calibration ......................................................... 58
10.3 User calibration — i40 Wind................................ 59
10.4 Intermediate calibration ...................................... 60
10.5 Dealer calibration ............................................... 60
10.6 True and apparent wind pages ............................ 61
Chapter 4 Cables and connections.................... 23
10.7 Using the wind pages ......................................... 61
4.1 General cabling guidance ..................................... 24
4.2 Power connection ................................................ 24
Chapter 11 Alarms ............................................... 63
4.3 Connections ........................................................ 25
11.1 Alarms ............................................................... 64
4.4 SeaTalkng connection ........................................... 27
Chapter 12 Maintaining your display................. 65
Chapter 5 Location and mounting ..................... 29
12.1 Service and maintenance ................................... 66
5.1 Mounting ............................................................. 30
5.2 Bracket mounting ................................................. 30
5.3 Front bezel .......................................................... 31
5.4 Rotavecta mounting ............................................. 32
12.2 Condensation..................................................... 66
12.3 Routine equipment checks.................................. 67
12.4 Cleaning ............................................................ 67
12.5 Cleaning the display case ................................... 68
12.6 Cleaning the display screen ................................ 68
Chapter 6 Getting started ................................... 33
6.1 Controls............................................................... 34
6.2 Power ................................................................. 34
6.3 Data master......................................................... 35
6.4 Adjusting the backlight.......................................... 35
6.5 Adjusting the contrast ........................................... 36
Chapter 13 Troubleshooting............................... 69
13.1 Troubleshooting ................................................. 70
13.2 Instrument troubleshooting.................................. 71
13.3 Power up troubleshooting ................................... 73
13.4 Miscellaneous troubleshooting ............................ 74
6.6 Pages ................................................................. 36
Chapter 14 Technical support ............................ 75
Chapter 7 i40 Bidata ............................................ 37
14.1 Raymarine customer support .............................. 76
7.1 i40 Bidata operation ............................................. 38
Chapter 15 Technical specification.................... 77
7.2 i40 Bidata Display ................................................ 38
15.1 Technical specification ........................................ 78
7.3 Calibration ........................................................... 39
7.4 User calibration — i40 Bidata................................ 39
15.2 Operating ranges ............................................... 79
7.5 Intermediate calibration ........................................ 41
7.6 Dealer calibration ................................................. 42
Chapter 16 Spares and accessories .................. 81
16.1 Accessories ....................................................... 82
5
16.2 Spares............................................................... 82
16.3 SeaTalk accessories........................................... 83
16.4 SeaTalk power cables......................................... 83
16.5 Converters......................................................... 84
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Chapter 1: Important information
Caution: Transducer cable
Certified Installation
• Do NOT cut, shorten, or splice the
transducer cable.
Raymarine recommends certified installation by a
Raymarine approved installer. A certified installation
qualifies for enhanced product warranty benefits.
Contact your Raymarine dealer for further details,
and refer to the separate warranty document packed
with your product.
Warning: Product installation and
operation
This product must be installed and
operated in accordance with the
instructions provided. Failure to do so
could result in personal injury, damage
to your vessel and/or poor product
performance.
• Do NOT remove the connector.
If the cable is cut, it cannot be repaired.
Cutting the cable will also void the
warranty.
Caution: Service and maintenance
This product contains no user serviceable
components. Please refer all maintenance
and repair to authorized Raymarine
dealers. Unauthorized repair may affect
your warranty.
Water ingress
Water ingress disclaimer
Warning: Potential ignition source
This product is NOT approved for use in
hazardous/flammable atmospheres. Do
NOT install in a hazardous/flammable
atmosphere (such as in an engine room
or near fuel tanks).
Although the waterproof rating capacity of this
product meets the stated IPX standard (refer to the
product’s Technical Specification), water intrusion
and subsequent equipment failure may occur if the
product is subjected to commercial high-pressure
washing. Raymarine will not warrant products
subjected to high-pressure washing.
Warning: Positive ground systems
Do not connect this unit to a system which
has positive grounding.
Caution: Power supply protection
When installing this product ensure the
power source is adequately protected
by means of a suitably-rated fuse or
automatic circuit breaker.
Warning: Switch off power supply
Ensure the vessel’s power supply is
switched OFF before starting to install this
product. Do NOT connect or disconnect
equipment with the power switched on,
unless instructed in this document.
Warning: High voltage
This product contains high voltage.
Adjustments require specialized service
procedures and tools only available to
qualified service technicians. There are
no user serviceable parts or adjustments.
The operator should never remove the
cover or attempt to service the product.
Disclaimer
Raymarine does not warrant that this product is
error-free or that it is compatible with products
manufactured by any person or entity other than
Raymarine.
Raymarine is not responsible for damages or injuries
caused by your use or inability to use the product,
by the interaction of the product with products
manufactured by others, or by errors in information
utilized by the product supplied by third parties.
EMC installation guidelines
Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to
the appropriate Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
regulations, to minimize electromagnetic interference
between equipment and minimize the effect such
interference could have on the performance of your
system
Correct installation is required to ensure that EMC
performance is not compromised.
Note: In areas of extreme EMC interference,
some slight interference may be noticed on the
product. Where this occurs the product and the
source of the interference should be separated by
a greater distance.
For optimum EMC performance we recommend
that wherever possible:
• Raymarine equipment and cables connected to
it are:
Important information
7
– At least 1 m (3 ft) from any equipment
transmitting or cables carrying radio signals e.g.
VHF radios, cables and antennas. In the case
of SSB radios, the distance should be increased
to 7 ft (2 m).
– More than 2 m (7 ft) from the path of a radar
beam. A radar beam can normally be assumed
to spread 20 degrees above and below the
radiating element.
• The product is supplied from a separate battery
from that used for engine start. This is important to
prevent erratic behavior and data loss which can
occur if the engine start does not have a separate
battery.
• Raymarine specified cables are used.
• Cables are not cut or extended, unless doing so is
detailed in the installation manual.
Note: Where constraints on the installation
prevent any of the above recommendations,
always ensure the maximum possible separation
between different items of electrical equipment, to
provide the best conditions for EMC performance
throughout the installation
Suppression ferrites
Raymarine cables may be fitted with suppression
ferrites. These are important for correct EMC
performance. If a ferrite has to be removed for any
purpose (e.g. installation or maintenance), it must be
replaced in the original position before the product
is used.
Caution: Cleaning
When cleaning this product:
• Do NOT wipe the display screen with
a dry cloth, as this could scratch the
screen coating.
• Do NOT use abrasive, or acid or
ammonia based products.
• Do NOT use a jet wash.
Caution: Condensation
Certain atmospheric conditions may
cause a small amount of condensation
to form on the unit's window. This will
not damage the unit and will clear after
the unit has been switched on for a short
period.
Declaration of conformity
Raymarine UK Ltd. declares that this product is
compliant with the essential requirements of EMC
directive 2004/108/EC.
The original Declaration of Conformity certificate
may be viewed on the relevant product page at
www.raymarine.com.
Product disposal
Dispose of this product in accordance with the
WEEE Directive.
Use only ferrites of the correct type, supplied by
Raymarine authorized dealers.
Where an installation requires multiple ferrites to be
added to a cable, additional cable clips should be
used to prevent stress on the connectors due to the
extra weight of the cable.
Connections to other equipment
Requirement for ferrites on non-Raymarine cables
If your Raymarine equipment is to be connected
to other equipment using a cable not supplied by
Raymarine, a suppression ferrite MUST always be
attached to the cable near the Raymarine unit.
Caution: Sun covers
• To protect your product against the
damaging effects of ultraviolet (UV)
light, always fit the sun covers when the
product is not in use.
• Remove the sun covers when travelling
at high speed, whether in water or when
the vessel is being towed.
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The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) Directive requires the recycling of waste
electrical and electronic equipment. Whilst the
WEEE Directive does not apply to some Raymarine
products, we support its policy and ask you to be
aware of how to dispose of this product.
Warranty registration
To register your Raymarine product ownership,
please visit www.raymarine.com and register online.
It is important that you register your product to
receive full warranty benefits. Your unit package
includes a bar code label indicating the serial number
of the unit. You will need this serial number when
registering your product online. You should retain
the label for future reference.
IMO and SOLAS
The equipment described within this document
is intended for use on leisure marine boats and
workboats NOT covered by International Maritime
Organization (IMO) and Safety of Life at Sea
(SOLAS) Carriage Regulations.
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Technical accuracy
To the best of our knowledge, the information in this
document was correct at the time it was produced.
However, Raymarine cannot accept liability for any
inaccuracies or omissions it may contain. In addition,
our policy of continuous product improvement may
change specifications without notice. As a result,
Raymarine cannot accept liability for any differences
between the product and this document. Please
check the Raymarine website (www.raymarine.com)
to ensure you have the most up-to-date version(s) of
the documentation for your product.
Important information
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Chapter 2: Document and product information
Chapter contents
•
•
•
2.1 Document information on page 12
2.2 Parts supplied on page 13
2.3 i40 Product overview on page 13
Document and product information
11
2.1 Document information
This document contains important information
related to the installation of your Raymarine product.
Item
Model
i40 Speed
Thru-hull
system pack
The document includes information to help you:
Part
number
E70140
• plan your installation and ensure you have all the
necessary equipment;
• troubleshoot problems and obtain technical
support if required.
i40 Speed
Transom
mount
system pack
This and other Raymarine product documents
are available to download in PDF format from
www.raymarine.com.
E70141
This document is applicable to the following products:
Part
number
i40 Bidata
E70066
i40 Bidata
Thru-hull
system pack
E70145
Hardware
i40 Bidata
SeaTalk
instrument display
•
i40 Depth
i40 Depth
Thru-hull
system pack
E70064
E70142
P371 Thruhull Speed
and Temp
transducer
i40 Depth SeaTalk
instrument display
• i40 Depth
SeaTalk
instrument
display
• P7 Thruhull Depth
transducer
i40 Depth
Transom
mount
system pack
E70143
• i40 Depth
SeaTalk
instrument
display
• P66 Transom
mount Depth
transducer
i40 Speed
12
E70063
i40 Speed
SeaTalk
instrument display
• i40 Speed
SeaTalk
instrument
display
i40 Wind
E70065
i40 Wind SeaTalk
instrument display
i40 Wind
system pack
E70144
• i40 Wind
SeaTalk
instrument
display
• i40 Bidata
SeaTalk
instrument
display
• P7 Thruhull Depth
transducer
P371 Thruhull Speed
and Temp
transducer
• ST69 Transom
mount Speed
and Temp
transducer
Applicable products
Model
• i40 Speed
SeaTalk
instrument
display
•
• install and connect your product as part of a wider
system of connected marine electronics;
Item
Hardware
• Rotavecta wind
transducer
Document illustrations
Your product may differ slightly from that shown
in the illustrations in this document, depending on
product variant and date of manufacture.
All images are provided for illustration purposes only.
Product documentation
The following documentation is applicable to your
product:
Handbooks
Description
Part number
i40 Installation and operation
instructions
Installation and operation instructions
for the i40 instrument display
81340 / 88006
i40 Mounting template
Surface mounting template for the i40
instrument display
87155
Rotavecta Installation instructions
Installation instructions for the
Rotavecta wind transducer
87221 / 88036
Depth and Speed Transducer
installation instructions
Installation instructions for speed and
depth transducers, as supplied with
your transducer
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2.2 Parts supplied
1
2.3 i40 Product overview
The i40 range of SeaTalk instrument displays can be
connected directly to the relevant transducers. The
data can be transmitted on the SeaTalk network to
other compatible displays.
2
3
4
5
D13080-1
6
7
The i40 instrument display range offers the following
features:
D12348-1
1
i40 Instrument
2
i40 Sun cover
3
Mounting gasket
4
Clamping bracket
5
Fixing stud and thumb nut
6
SeaTalk power cable
7
Document pack
Document and product information
• Integrates with Raymarine autopilots and
navigation equipment
• Surface or bracket (trunnion) mountable
• Extra large (28 mm max) digits
• Provides good visibility in all lighting conditions
• Low power consumption
13
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Chapter 3: Planning the installation
Chapter contents
•
•
•
•
•
•
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
Installation checklist on page 16
Compatible transducers on page 16
Typical systems on page 18
Tools required on page 19
Selecting a display location on page 19
Selecting a transducer location on page 20
Planning the installation
15
3.1 Installation checklist
3.2 Compatible transducers
Installation includes the following activities:
Instrument Depth transducers
Installation Task
1
Plan your system.
The depth transducers listed below are compatible
with the following instrument displays:
2
Obtain all required equipment and tools.
• i40 Depth / i40 Bidata
3
Site all equipment.
• i50 Depth / i50 Tridata
4
Route all cables.
• i70 via iTC-5 converter
5
Drill cable and mounting holes.
6
Make all connections into equipment.
7
Secure all equipment in place.
8
Power on and test the system.
Schematic diagram
A schematic diagram is an essential part of planning
any installation. It is also useful for any future
additions or maintenance of the system. The
diagram should include:
Part
number
Image
Mounting
Housing
E26009
Thru-hull
P7
E26019–
PZ
Thru-hull
B45 (including
fairing block)
M78717
Thru-hull
B17
M78713–
PZ
Thru-hull
P319
E26030
Thru-hull
P17
E26001–
PZ
In-hull
P79
E26027–
PZ
Transom
mount
P66
• Location of all components.
• Connectors, cable types, routes and lengths.
Instrument Speed and Temperature
transducers
The speed and temperature transducers listed below
are compatible with the following instrument displays:
• i40 Speed / i40 Bidata
• i50 Speed / i50 Tridata
• i70 via iTC-5 converter
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i40
Part
number
Mounting
Housing
Part
number
E26008
Thru-hull
P371
E26005
Transom
mount
ST69
Image
Image
Mounting
Housing
A26044
Thru-hull
B744VL
(including
fairing block)
E26028–
PZ
Transom
mount
P66
Instrument Rotavecta transducer
E26031
Thru-hull
P120 / ST800
The wind transducers listed below are compatible
with the following instrument displays:
• i40 Wind
• i60 Wind
• i70 via iTC-5 converter
Part
number
M78716
Thru-hull
B120
E25025
Thru-hull
P17
Z195
Image
Housing
Mounting
Rotavecta
transducer
Surface mount
Instrument Depth, Speed and Temperature
(DST) transducers
The DST transducers listed below are compatible
with the following instrument displays:
• i40 Depth / i40 Speed / i40 Bidata
• i50 Depth i50 Speed / i50 Tridata
• i70 via iTC-5 converter
Part
number
Image
Mounting
Housing
E26006–
PZ
Transom
mount
P66 / ST40
A26043
Thru-hull
B744V
(including
fairing block)
Planning the installation
17
3.3 Typical systems
6
i40 Depth instrument
Basic SeaTalk system
7
i40 Speed instrument
8
i40 Wind instrument
9
Depth transducer
10
Speed transducer
11
Rotavecta wind transducer
3
2
1
4
SeaTalk
SeaTalk
SeaTalk is a protocol which enables compatible
instruments to connect to each other and share data.
5
6
7
12 V
D12343-2
1
i40 Depth instrument display
2
i40 Speed instrument display
3
i40 Wind instrument display
4
Rotavecta wind transducer
5
Depth transducer
6
Speed transducer
7
12 V dc power supply
The SeaTalk cable system is used to connect
compatible instruments and equipment. The cable
carries power and data and enables connection
without the need for a central processor.
Additional instruments and functions can be added to
a SeaTalk system, simply by plugging them into the
network. SeaTalk equipment can also communicate
with other non-SeaTalk equipment via the NMEA
0183 standard, provided a suitable interface is used.
Basic SeaTalkng system
2
1
12 V
1
3
4
5
6
5
7
5
8
11
9
10
D12507-1
1
SeaTalkng instrument displays
2
12 V dc power supply
3
SeaTalkng 5 way block
4
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng
converter
5
SeaTalk 3 way blocks
18
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3.4 Tools required
3.5 Selecting a display location
Tools required for installation
1
Warning: Potential ignition source
This product is NOT approved for use in
hazardous/flammable atmospheres. Do
NOT install in a hazardous/flammable
atmosphere (such as in an engine room
or near fuel tanks).
2
3
4
General location requirements
D12508-1
When selecting a location for the unit it is important
to consider a number of factors.
1
Power drill
Ventilation requirements
2
File
To provide adequate airflow:
3
57 mm (2.25 in) hole cutter
4
Adhesive tape
• Ensure that equipment is mounted in a
compartment of suitable size.
• Ensure that ventilation holes are not obstructed.
• Ensure adequate separation of equipment.
Mounting surface requirements
Ensure units are adequately supported on a secure
surface. Do NOT mount units or cut holes in places
which may damage the structure of the vessel.
Cable routing requirements
Ensure the unit is mounted in a location which allows
proper routing and connection of cables:
• Minimum cable bend radius of 100 mm (3.94 in) is
required unless otherwise stated.
• Use cable supports to prevent stress on
connectors.
Electrical interference
Select a location that is far enough away from
devices that may cause interference, such as
motors, generators and radio transmitters/receivers.
Magnetic compass
When choosing a suitable location you should aim
to maintain the maximum possible distance between
the unit and any compasses.
To prevent potential interference with the vessel's
magnetic compasses, ensure that a minimum
distance of 230 mm (9 in) between the unit and any
installed compasses is maintained.
Viewing angle considerations
As display contrast, color and night mode
performance are all affected by the viewing angle,
Raymarine recommends you temporarily power up
the display when planning the installation, to enable
you to best judge which location gives the optimum
viewing angle.
Planning the installation
19
3.6 Selecting a transducer location
Viewing angle
General speed and depth transducer location
requirements
70°
70°
70°
When selecting a location for your transducer it is
important to consider a number of factors.
The transducer should be mounted within the clear
water flow areas indicated by the shaded areas in
the image below.
70°
D12341-1
1
Product dimensions
2
C B
A
D
E
F
D12340-1
3
A
128 mm (5.04 in)
B
72 mm (2.83 in)
C
55 mm (2.17 in)
D
18 mm (0.7 in)
E
17 mm (0.67 in)
F
30 mm (1.18 in)
D 4349-2
1
Sailing vessel
2
Planing power vessel
3
Displacement power vessel
Each transducer should also:
• Be ahead of the propellers (by a minimum of 10%
of the water line length).
• Be at least 150 mm (6 in) away from the keel
(ideally ahead of the keel on a sailing yacht).
• Be as near as possible to the center line of the
vessel.
• Be clear of other through-hull fittings or projections.
• Have sufficient clearance inside the hull to fit the
nut.
• Have 100 mm (4 in) of headroom to allow for
withdrawal.
Note: In addition to the above requirements, the
depth transducer must be mounted within 10º of
the vertical.
D4350-5
20
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Speed and depth transducer mounting
Ensure transducers are installed in accordance with
the instructions supplied with the transducer.
Wind vane transducer / rotavecta location
requirements
When selecting a location for your wind transducer it
is important to consider a number of factors.
The transducer's location must:
• Allow reasonable access for installation and
servicing.
• Be as high as possible and away from any
equipment which may shield the transducer or
otherwise disturb the air flow.
• Provide a horizontal mounting surface. If a surface
(e.g. mast top) is otherwise suitable but not
horizontal, make up a suitable wedged packing
piece to provide the necessary horizontal surface.
• There must also be a viable route for the
transducer cable to be routed to the product it is to
be connected to (i.e. display or converter).
Planning the installation
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Chapter 4: Cables and connections
Chapter contents
•
•
•
•
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
General cabling guidance on page 24
Power connection on page 24
Connections on page 25
SeaTalkng connection on page 27
Cables and connections
23
4.1 General cabling guidance
4.2 Power connection
Cable types and length
Power can be supplied to the unit either directly or
as part of the SeaTalk network.
It is important to use cables of the appropriate type
and length
• Unless otherwise stated use only standard cables
of the correct type, supplied by Raymarine.
• Ensure that any non-Raymarine cables are of the
correct quality and gauge. For example, longer
power cable runs may require larger wire gauges
to minimize voltage drop along the run.
A SeaTalk system requires one 12 V dc supply,
connected to the SeaTalk backbone. This can be
provided:
• By a battery via the distribution panel, or
• From a Raymarine course computer, via SeaTalk
or SeaTalkng.
Warning: Grounding not required
Routing cables
This product is fully insulated and does
NOT require separate grounding.
Cables must be routed correctly, to maximize
performance and prolong cable life.
Warning: Positive ground systems
• Do NOT bend cables excessively. Wherever
possible, ensure a minimum bend diameter of 200
mm (8 in) / minimum bend radius of 100 mm (4 in).
Do not connect this unit to a system which
has positive grounding.
Power connection example
200 mm (8 in)
Direct power connection
100 mm (4 in)
1
• Protect all cables from physical damage and
exposure to heat. Use trunking or conduit where
possible. Do NOT run cables through bilges or
doorways, or close to moving or hot objects.
_
+
2
3
• Secure cables in place using tie-wraps or lacing
twine. Coil any extra cable and tie it out of the way.
• Where a cable passes through an exposed
bulkhead or deckhead, use a suitable watertight
feed-through.
• Do NOT run cables near to engines or fluorescent
lights.
D12355-1
Always route data cables as far away as possible
from:
1
3 A circuit breaker or fuse
2
12 V dc vessel power supply
• other equipment and cables,
3
SeaTalk power cable
• high current carrying ac and dc power lines,
• antennae.
SeaTalk power connection
1
Strain relief
Ensure adequate strain relief is provided. Protect
connectors from strain and ensure they will not pull
out under extreme sea conditions.
_
SeaTalk
+
2
SeaTalk
Cable shielding
Ensure that all data cables are properly shielded
that the cable shielding is intact (e.g. hasn’t been
scraped off by being squeezed through a tight area).
D12354-1
24
1
5 A circuit breaker or fuse.
2
12 V dc vessel power supply.
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4.3 Connections
SeaTalk power cables
Part number
Description
D229
SeaTalk power cable.
SeaTalk connection
1
Power cable extension (12 V)
The following restrictions apply to any extension to
the power cable:
• Cable must be of a suitable gauge for the circuit
load.
• Cable must be wired back to the distribution panel.
Total length (max)
Cable gauge (AWG)
0 to 5 m (0 to 16.4 ft)
18
5 to 10 m (16.4 to 32.8 ft)
14
10 to 15 m (32.8 to 49.2 ft)
12
15 to 20 m (49.2 to 65.5 ft)
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1
SeaTalk connection
i40 Bidata connection
1
2
3
6
7
8
SeaTalk power protection
The power supply must be protected by a 5 A fuse
or a circuit breaker providing equivalent protection.
Raymarine recommends that the power is connected
to a SeaTalk system in such a way that the current
drawn on each side of the power connection point
is equal.
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5
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Item
Cable color
Signal name
1
Black (Depth)
Piezoceramic –
2
Blue (Depth)
Piezoceramic +
3
Screen (Depth)
0 V (shield)
4
Brown (Speed)
Temperature 0 V
5
White (Speed)
Temperature
(signal)
6
Screen (Speed)
Speed 0 V (shield)
7
Green (Speed)
Speed (signal)
8
Red (Speed)
Speed V+
i40 Depth connection
1
2
3
D12351-1
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Item
Cable color
Signal name
1
Black
Piezoceramic –
2
Blue
Piezoceramic +
3
Screen
0 V (shield)
required (not supplied), to replace those removed.
When fitting the new spade connectors, prepare the
cables as detailed below:
1
50 mm
6 mm
i40 Speed connection
2
3 mm
D12359-1
1. Prepare the cable as shown in 1 above.
2. Fold back the wire strands and insert into the new
spade connector as shown in 2 above.
3. Ensure the wire strands do not extend beyond
the rear of the spade connector insulation.
4. Crimp the connector to the wire.
1
2
4
3
5
D12352-1
Item
Cable color
Signal name
1
Brown
Temperature 0 V
2
White
Temperature
(signal)
3
Screen
Speed 0 V (shield)
4
Green
Speed (signal)
5
Red
Speed V+
i40 Wind connection
1
2
D12353-1
Item
Cable color
Signal name
1
Red
Rotor +
2
Blue
Rotor –
Making transducer connections
Although the transducer cable is fitted with spade
connectors for direct connection to the rear of the
unit, it may be necessary to remove these to facilitate
installation, e.g. if the cable has to be routed through
narrow apertures. 1/8th spade terminals will be
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4.4 SeaTalkng connection
You can connect your SeaTalk product to a SeaTalkng
system using the SeaTalk to SeaTalkng converter.
3
1
SeaTalkng
SeaTalk
SeaTalkng
2
D12509-1
1
i40 instrument
2
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng
converter
3
Raymarine multifunction
display
Cables and connections
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Chapter 5: Location and mounting
Chapter contents
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Mounting on page 30
Bracket mounting on page 30
Front bezel on page 31
Rotavecta mounting on page 32
Location and mounting
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5.1 Mounting
5.2 Bracket mounting
Pre-mounting check
To bracket mount the unit, follow the instructions
supplied with the mounting bracket (Part number
E25024).
The product is designed to be surface mounted.
Before mounting the unit, ensure you have:
• Selected a suitable location.
• Identified the cable connections and route that the
cables will take.
Mounting diagram
D12358-1
D12357-1
Mounting instructions
1. Check the selected location for the unit. A clear,
flat area with suitable clearance behind the panel
is required.
2. Fix the supplied mounting template to the
selected location, using masking or self adhesive
tape.
3. If possible use an appropriate size hole cutting
saw to cut-out the center hole area as indicated
on the mounting template; or
4. Using a suitable hole cutting saw, make pilot
holes in each corner of the cut-out area, and
using a jigsaw cut along the inside edge of the
cut-out line.
5. Ensure that the unit fits into the removed area
and then file around the cut edge until smooth.
6. Peel the backing off the supplied gasket and
place the adhesive side of the gasket onto the
display unit and press firmly onto the flange.
7. Screw the supplied mounting stud into the back
of the unit.
8. Feed cables through the supplied clamping
bracket and connect to the unit.
9. Secure the instrument and bracket using the
thumb nut and stud.
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5.3 Front bezel
Fitting the front bezel
Removing the front bezel
Note: You do not need to remove the front bezel
when mounting the unit.
1
1
2
2
3
4
D12364-1
D12363-1
1. Remove the unit from the mounting surface or
mounting bracket and disconnect the cables.
2. Using your fingers pull the bezel up and away
from the unit at the top corner, nearest the
buttons, as shown in 1.
The bezel will start to come away from the unit
at the top corner.
3. Using your fingers pull the bezel up and away
from the unit at the bottom corner, nearest the
buttons, as shown in 2.
4. Pull the unit away from the bezel and slide unit
away from lugs on opposite side of the bezel, as
shown in 3 and 4.
The bezel will now come free from the unit.
1. Ensure the keymat is positioned correctly.
2. Fit the unit into the bezel so that the unit slides
under the lugs on the bezel, as shown in 1.
3. Gently but firmly press the bezel onto the unit
until it clicks into place, as shown in 2.
4. Follow the mounting instructions to refit the unit
on to the mounting surface.
Important: Use care when removing the bezel.
Do not use any tools to lever the bezel, doing so
may cause damage.
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5.4 Rotavecta mounting
The Rotavecta wind transducer should be mounted
in accordance with the installation instruction. that
accompanied the transducer.
Please refer to installation instructions 87221 or
88036 for detailed instructions on how to install your
Rotavecta wind transducer.
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Chapter 6: Getting started
Chapter contents
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•
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
Controls on page 34
Power on page 34
Data master on page 35
Adjusting the backlight on page 35
Adjusting the contrast on page 36
Pages on page 36
Getting started
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6.2 Power
6.1 Controls
Once the power supply is connected and turned on
the unit will power up. When the power supply is
switched off the unit will power off.
1
2
3
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1
Up
2
Down
3
Action
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6.3 Data master
6.4 Adjusting the backlight
Where a system contains more than one unit
capable of displaying a data type (e.g. depth can
be displayed on the i40 Depth and i40 Bidata), the
unit physically connected to the transducer must be
set as the data master and any other units set as
a repeater.
The backlighting can be adjusted using the Action
button.
Setting a unit as data master
1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
Action buttons for 4 seconds.
The software version page is displayed.
2. Press the Action button to display the instrument
status.
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Note: The i40 Bidata requires an extra Action
button push to switch from depth instrument status
and speed instrument status.
During normal operation:
1. Press and hold the Action button for
approximately 1 second until the backlight page
is displayed.
The backlight is turned on or if the backlight is
already on:
• i40 Depth, Speed and Bidata — LAMPS and the
current backlight level is displayed on-screen
• i40 Wind — L and the current backlight level
is displayed on-screen
2. Press the Action button again to cycle through
the available backlight levels (1 to 3).
3. To return to normal operation press the Up or
Down button, or wait for 5 seconds for the page
to time-out.
4. Alternatively press and hold the Action button
approximately 1 second to adjust the contrast
level.
3. Use the Up and Down buttons to change the
instrument status between Master and Repeater.
4. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
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6.5 Adjusting the contrast
6.6 Pages
The contrast can be adjusted using the Action
button.
When the unit is switched on the page displayed at
last switch off will be displayed.
During normal operation:
1. Press and hold the Action button for
approximately 2 seconds until the contrast page
is displayed, or from the backlight page press
and hold the Action button for approximately 1
second.
CON and the current contrast level is displayed
on-screen.
2. Press the Action button again to cycle through
the available contrast levels (0 to 3).
3. To return to normal operation press the Up or
Down button, or wait for the 5 second time-out.
The pages available depend on the display variant
and are shown in the table below:
** i40 Bidata
i40 Depth
i40 Speed
i40 Wind
Current
Current
depth / speed depth
Current
speed
Apparent
wind
* Maximum
speed
* Minimum
depth
* Maximum
speed
True wind
* Average
speed
* Shallow
alarm
* Average
speed
* High wind
speed alarm
* Log
* Deep alarm
* Log
* Trip
* Shallow
anchor alarm
* Trip
Water
temperature
* Deep
anchor alarm
Water
temperature
* Minimum
depth
* Depth offset
* Shallow
alarm
* Deep alarm
* Shallow
anchor alarm
* Deep
anchor alarm
* Depth offset
Note:
• * These pages are temporary pages and will
revert to the previous permanent page after 5
seconds.
• ** The pages available on the i40 Bidata are also
dependent on which data is being displayed in
the main screen area (i.e. If Depth is displayed
in the main area then the pages available will be
the same as an i40 Depth instrument, if Speed
is displayed in the main area then the pages
available will be the same as an i40 Speed
instrument.
Changing pages
During normal operation:
1. Press the Up or Down buttons to cycle through
the available pages.
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Chapter 7: i40 Bidata
Chapter contents
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
i40 Bidata
i40 Bidata operation on page 38
i40 Bidata Display on page 38
Calibration on page 39
User calibration — i40 Bidata on page 39
Intermediate calibration on page 41
Dealer calibration on page 42
Switching the depth and speed position on page 42
Using the depth pages on page 43
Using the speed pages on page 43
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7.1 i40 Bidata operation
7.2 i40 Bidata Display
When connected to the relevant transducer(s) your
i40 Bidata instrument:
The display is split into upper and lower data
areas, each of which shows either depth or speed
information, depending on user selection.
• Provides speed information (current, maximum
and average), in either knots (KTS), miles per hour
(MPH) or kilometers per hour (KPH).
• Provides log and trip information. These are given
in either nautical miles (NM), statute miles (M) or
kilometers (KM).
The Current speed, Current depth and Current
water temperature pages are permanent pages, all
other pages are temporary and will time-out after 5
seconds, to the last permanent page displayed.
• Provides water temperature information. This is
given in either degrees celsius (ºC) or degrees
fahrenheit (ºF).
• Provides depth information in either feet (FT),
metres (M) or fathoms (FA).
• Records the minimum depth encountered during
the period the unit is switched on. This can be
reset at any time.
• Enables you to define alarm thresholds for shallow
alarm, deep alarm, shallow anchor alarm and
deep anchor alarm.
• Enables you to see what offset is applied to the
depth reading.
Note: The required speed, distance, depth and
water temperature units are selected during User
calibration.
It should be noted that:
• Up / Down depth-trend arrows are displayed, if the
seabed is rising or falling at a significant rate.
• The log screen shows the total distance covered
by the vessel since the unit was fitted.
• Minimum depth, maximum speed, average speed
and trip reading are reset to zero at power up.
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7.3 Calibration
7.4 User calibration — i40 Bidata
Before first use calibration procedures must be
carried out to ensure optimum performance of the
instrument with the vessel.
Calibration procedures are dependant on instrument
display variant.
User calibration options include:
The calibration procedures are:
• Depth display response — Dictates the rate at
which the instrument display responds to changes
in depth data.
• User calibration
• Intermediate calibration
• Dealer calibration
• Speed display response — Dictates the rate at
which the instrument display responds to changes
in speed data.
• * Units for depth readings — Assigns the unit of
measure used for depth related readings.
• * Units for speed readings — Assigns the unit of
measure used for speed related readings.
• * Units for distance readings — Assigns the unit of
measure used for distance related readings.
• * Units for water temperature — Assigns the unit
of measure used for temperature related readings.
• * Correct speed reading — Assigns an offset to
the speed reading.
• * Depth offset — Assigns an offset to the depth
reading.
• * Shallow alarm lock — Locks the Shallow alarm.
Note: * These settings are only available on units
when the instrument status set to Master (see
Intermediate Calibration for details of changing the
display to be Master or Repeater).
Depth Offset
Depths are measured from the transducer to the sea
bed, but you can apply an offset value to the depth
data, so that the displayed depth reading represents
the depth to the sea bed from either the keel or the
waterline.
Before attempting to set a waterline or keel
offset, find out the vertical separation between the
transducer and either the waterline or the bottom of
the keel on your vessel, as appropriate. Then set the
appropriate depth offset value.
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2
3
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1
Waterline offset
2
Transducer / Zero offset
3
Keel offset
If an offset is not applied, displayed depth readings
represent the distance from the transducer to the
sea bed.
i40 Bidata
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Calibrating Bidata
• KPH — Kilometers Per Hour
To calibrate your i40 Bidata follow the steps below.
During normal operation:
1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
Action buttons for 2 seconds to display the User
Calibration page.
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45
40
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2
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10. Press the Action button to display the Distance
units page.
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20
30 25
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2. Press the Action button to display the Depth
Response page.
11. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the
required unit of measurement for distance
readings.
The units of measure available for distance
readings are:
• NM — Nautical Miles (default)
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• SM — Statute Miles
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3. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the
Depth Response to the required level.
The default level is 12. The levels available are 1
to 15 with level 1 being the slowest update rate
and level 15 the quickest.
4. Press the Action button to display the Speed
Response page.
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5. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the
speed response to the required level.
The default level is 12. The levels available are 1
to 15 with level 1 being the slowest update rate
and level 15 the quickest.
6. Press the Action button to display the Depth
units page.
• KM — Kilometers
12. Press the Action button to display the Water
temperature units page.
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13. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the
required unit of measurement for temperature
readings.
The units of measure available for temperature
are:
• °C — degrees Celsius (default)
• °F — degrees Fahrenheit
14. Press the Action button to display to the Speed
Calibration Factor page.
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D12402-1
7. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the
required unit of measurement for depth readings.
The units of measure available for depth readings
are:
• FT — feet (default)
• M — Meters
• FA — Fathoms
8. Press the Action button to display the Speed
units page.
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15. Use the Up button to increase the calibration
factor value, or the Down button to decrease the
calibration factor value until the displayed speed
is correct.
The default calibration factor is 1.00. The
calibration factor can be set from 0.25 to 2.50.
16. Alternatively:
i. Simultaneously press and hold the Up and
Down buttons to display the Speed Over
Ground (SOG) page.
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+
D12409-1
D12411-1
9. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the
required unit of measurement for speed readings.
The units of measure available for speed
readings are:
Note: The SOG page is only displayed if SOG
data is available on SeaTalk and the vessel speed
is greater than 0.5 kts.
ii. Then, in conditions of zero tide and current,
press the Up button for 3 seconds to apply
the SOG value as the speed reading.
• KTS — Knots (default)
• MPH — Miles Per Hour
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7.5 Intermediate calibration
17. Press the Action button to display the Depth
Offset page.
Intermediate calibration allows you to:
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• Check the instrument software version.
D12400-1
18. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the
required depth offset value.
The depth offset can be set to the following
values:
• Check and if necessary set the instrument status
as either Master or Repeater.
Checking software version and instrument
status
• Keel — values between –9.9 to –0.1
• OFST (zero offset) (default) — 0.0
• W/L (Waterline) — values between 0.1 to 9.9
19. Press the Action button to display the Shallow
Alarm Lock page.
During normal operation:
1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
Action buttons for 4 seconds to display the
software version.
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15
20
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2. Press the Action button to display the instrument
status.
D12407-1
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20. Use the Up and Down buttons to switch the
shallow alarm lock on and off.
With the Shallow Alarm Lock On you cannot
change the alarm threshold or switch the alarm
on and off. To change the alarm threshold or
switch the alarm on and off the alarm lock must
be set to Off (default).
21. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
i40 Bidata
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D12404-1
Note: The i40 Bidata requires an extra Action
button push to switch from depth instrument status
and speed instrument status.
3. Use the Up and Down buttons to change the
instrument status between Master and Repeater.
4. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
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7.6 Dealer calibration
7.7 Switching the depth and speed
position
Dealer calibration enables you to set:
• User calibration menu access On (default) and Off.
• Boat show mode On and Off (default) (Boat show
mode is only be available on displays set as
repeaters).
• Reset to factory defaults.
D12510-1
Changing dealer calibration settings
1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
Action buttons for 12 seconds to display the
Dealer Calibration page.
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50
45
40
12
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1. Press the Action button to switch speed and
depth positions on the display.
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15
20
30 25
+
D12399-1
2. Press the Action button to display the User
Calibration Access page.
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3. Use the Up and Down buttons to switch access
to the User Calibration menu On (default) and Off.
Selecting Off disables access to the User
Calibration menu.
4. Press the Action button to display the Boat Show
Mode page.
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5. Use the Up and Down buttons to switch boat
show mode On and Off.
Selecting On will put the display into boat show
mode.
Note: Boat Show Mode NOT be used whilst your
vessel is in use.
6. Press the Action button to display the Factory
defaults page.
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D12406-1
7. To reset the display to factory default settings:
i. Use the Up or Down buttons to change the
reset option to Yes.
ii. Press the Action button to reset your display
to factory default settings.
Resetting the unit defaults the display to a
repeater display. Refer to 6.3 Data master for
details on how to change the display back to a
data master, if required.
8. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
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7.8 Using the depth pages
7.9 Using the speed pages
To cycle through the speed pages follow the steps
below:
1
1
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7
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10
55
60 5
3
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15
20
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15
20
30 25
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60 5
3
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30 25
60 5
3
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45
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45
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20
30 25
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15
20
30 25
6
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15
20
30 25
3
4
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Page order
Page name
1
Current Speed
2
Max Speed
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3
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15
20
30 25
5
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Page
order
3
Average Speed
Page name
4
Log
1
Current Depth
5
Trip
2
Minimum Depth
6
Water Temperature
3
Shallow Alarm
4
Deep Alarm
5
Shallow Anchor Alarm
6
Deep Anchor Alarm
7
Depth Offset
Note:
• Alarm and offset pages are only available if
the unit's status is set to Master (See the Data
master section for details).
• Only the Current Depth page is a permanent
page, all other pages will time out after 5
seconds and revert back to the last permanent
page displayed.
1. Use the Up and Down buttons to cycle through
the available pages.
2. To reset the Maximum speed, Average speed
and Trip values, with the relevant page displayed
press and hold the Up button for 3 seconds.
Note: The trip reading can only be reset if the
unit's status is set to Master (See the Data master
section for details).
Note: Only the Current speed and Water
temperature pages are permanent pages, all
other pages will time out after 5 seconds and revert
back to the last permanent page displayed.
• For details on enabling, disabling and adjusting
alarm thresholds please refer to Chapter 11
Alarms
1. Use the Up and Down buttons to cycle through
the available pages.
2. To reset the Minimum Depth value, from the
Minimum Depth page press and hold the Up
button for 3 seconds.
3. To switch alarms On and Off (default), from the
relevant alarm page press and hold the Up button
for 3 seconds.
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Chapter 8: i40 Depth
Chapter contents
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•
•
•
•
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
i40 Depth
i40 Depth operation on page 46
Calibration on page 46
User calibration — i40 Depth on page 47
Intermediate calibration on page 48
Dealer calibration on page 48
Using the depth pages on page 49
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8.1 i40 Depth operation
8.2 Calibration
When connected to the relevant depth transducer,
your i40 depth instrument:
Before first use calibration procedures must be
carried out to ensure optimum performance of the
instrument with the vessel.
• Provides depth information, in either feet (ft),
metres (M) or fathoms (FA).
• Records the minimum depth encountered during
the period the unit is switched on.
• Enables you to define alarm thresholds for shallow
alarm, deep alarm, shallow anchor alarm and
deep anchor alarm.
The calibration procedures are:
• User calibration
• Intermediate calibration
• Dealer calibration
• Enables you to see what offset has been applied
to the depth reading.
Note: The required depth units are selected during
User calibration.
It should be noted that:
• Up / Down depth-trend arrows are displayed, if the
seabed is rising or falling at a significant rate.
• Minimum depth reading is reset to zero at power
up.
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8.3 User calibration — i40 Depth
Calibration procedures are dependant on instrument
display variant.
2. Press the Action button to display the Depth
Response page.
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User calibration options include:
• Depth display response — Dictates the rate at
which the instrument display responds to changes
in depth data.
• * Units for depth readings — Assigns the unit of
measure used for depth related readings.
• * Depth offset — Assigns an offset to the depth
reading.
• * Shallow alarm lock — Locks the Shallow alarm.
Note: * These settings are only available on units
when the instrument status set to Master (see
Intermediate Calibration for details of changing the
display to be Master or Repeater).
Depth Offset
Depths are measured from the transducer to the sea
bed, but you can apply an offset value to the depth
data, so that the displayed depth reading represents
the depth to the sea bed from either the keel or the
waterline.
Before attempting to set a waterline or keel
offset, find out the vertical separation between the
transducer and either the waterline or the bottom of
the keel on your vessel, as appropriate. Then set the
appropriate depth offset value.
D12401-1
3. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the
Depth Response to the required level.
The default level is 12. The levels available are 1
to 15 with level 1 being the slowest update rate
and level 15 the quickest.
4. Press the Action button to display the Depth
units page.
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5. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the
required unit of measurement for depth readings.
The units of measure available for depth readings
are:
• FT — feet (default)
• M — Meters
• FA — Fathoms
6. Press the Action button to display the Depth
Offset page.
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7. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the
required depth offset value.
The depth offset can be set to the following
values:
1
2
• Keel — values between –9.9 to –0.1
3
• OFST (zero offset) (default) — 0.0
• W/L (Waterline) — values between 0.1 to 9.9
D9343--2
1
Waterline offset
2
Transducer / Zero offset
3
Keel offset
8. Press the Action button to display the Shallow
Alarm Lock page.
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If an offset is not applied, displayed depth readings
represent the distance from the transducer to the
sea bed.
Calibrating depth
To calibrate your i40 Depth follow the steps below.
During normal operation:
1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
Action buttons for 2 seconds to display the User
Calibration page.
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45
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9. Use the Up and Down buttons to switch the
shallow alarm lock on and off.
With the Shallow Alarm Lock On you cannot
change the alarm threshold or switch the alarm
on and off. To change the alarm threshold or
switch the alarm on and off the alarm lock must
be set to Off (default).
10. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
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8.4 Intermediate calibration
8.5 Dealer calibration
Intermediate calibration allows you to:
Dealer calibration enables you to set:
• Check the instrument software version.
• User calibration menu access On (default) and Off.
• Check and if necessary set the instrument status
as either Master or Repeater.
• Boat show mode On and Off (default) (Boat show
mode is only be available on displays set as
repeaters).
Checking software version and instrument
status
• Reset to factory defaults.
During normal operation:
1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
Action buttons for 4 seconds to display the
software version.
Changing dealer calibration settings
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1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
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Dealer Calibration page.
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2. Press the Action button to display the instrument
status.
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2. Press the Action button to display the User
Calibration Access page.
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Note: The i40 Bidata requires an extra Action
button push to switch from depth instrument status
and speed instrument status.
3. Use the Up and Down buttons to change the
instrument status between Master and Repeater.
4. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
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3. Use the Up and Down buttons to switch access
to the User Calibration menu On (default) and Off.
Selecting Off disables access to the User
Calibration menu.
4. Press the Action button to display the Boat Show
Mode page.
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5. Use the Up and Down buttons to switch boat
show mode On and Off.
Selecting On will put the display into boat show
mode.
Note: Boat Show Mode NOT be used whilst your
vessel is in use.
6. Press the Action button to display the Factory
defaults page.
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7. To reset the display to factory default settings:
i. Use the Up or Down buttons to change the
reset option to Yes.
ii. Press the Action button to reset your display
to factory default settings.
Resetting the unit defaults the display to a
repeater display. Refer to 6.3 Data master for
details on how to change the display back to a
data master, if required.
8. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
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8.6 Using the depth pages
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Page
order
Page name
1
Current Depth
2
Minimum Depth
3
Shallow Alarm
4
Deep Alarm
5
Shallow Anchor Alarm
6
Deep Anchor Alarm
7
Depth Offset
Note:
• Alarm and offset pages are only available if
the unit's status is set to Master (See the Data
master section for details).
• Only the Current Depth page is a permanent
page, all other pages will time out after 5
seconds and revert back to the last permanent
page displayed.
• For details on enabling, disabling and adjusting
alarm thresholds please refer to Chapter 11
Alarms
1. Use the Up and Down buttons to cycle through
the available pages.
2. To reset the Minimum Depth value, from the
Minimum Depth page press and hold the Up
button for 3 seconds.
3. To switch alarms On and Off (default), from the
relevant alarm page press and hold the Up button
for 3 seconds.
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Chapter 9: i40 Speed
Chapter contents
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9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
i40 Speed
i40 Speed operation on page 52
Calibration on page 52
User calibration — i40 Speed on page 53
Intermediate calibration on page 54
Dealer calibration on page 54
Using the speed pages on page 55
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9.1 i40 Speed operation
9.2 Calibration
When connected to the relevant speed or speed and
temperature transducer, your i40 Speed instrument
provides:
Before first use calibration procedures must be
carried out to ensure optimum performance of the
instrument with the vessel.
• Current, maximum and average speed information,
in either knots (KTS), mile per hour (MPH) or
kilometers per hour (KPH).
The calibration procedures are:
• Log and trip information, in either nautical miles
(NM), statute miles (M) or kilometers (KM).
• User calibration
• Intermediate calibration
• Dealer calibration
• Water temperature information, in either degrees
celsius (ºC) or fahrenheit (ºF).
Note: The required speed, distance and
temperature units are selected during User
calibration.
It should be noted that:
• The maximum speed, average speed and trip
reading are reset to zero at power up.
• The log screen shows the total distance covered
by the vessel since the unit was fitted.
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9.3 User calibration — i40 Speed
6. Press the Action button to display the Distance
units page.
Calibration procedures are dependant on instrument
display variant.
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User calibration options include:
• Speed display response — Dictates the rate at
which the instrument display responds to changes
in speed data.
• * Units for speed readings — Assigns the unit of
measure used for speed related readings.
• * Units for distance readings — Assigns the unit of
measure used for distance related readings.
• * Units for water temperature — Assigns the unit
of measure used for temperature related readings.
• * Correct speed reading — Assigns an offset to
the speed reading.
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7. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the
required unit of measurement for distance
readings.
The units of measure available for distance
readings are:
• NM — Nautical Miles (default)
• SM — Statute Miles
• KM — Kilometers
8. Press the Action button to display the Water
temperature units page.
Note: * These settings are only available on units
when the instrument status set to Master (see
Intermediate Calibration for details of changing the
display to be Master or Repeater).
Calibrating speed
To calibrate your i40 Speed follow the steps below.
During normal operation:
1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
Action buttons for 2 seconds to display the User
Calibration page.
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9. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the
required unit of measurement for temperature
readings.
The units of measure available for temperature
are:
• °C — degrees Celsius (default)
• °F — degrees Fahrenheit
10. Press the Action button to display to the Speed
Calibration Factor page.
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2. Press the Action button to display the Speed
Response page.
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3. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the
speed response to the required level.
The default level is 12. The levels available are 1
to 15 with level 1 being the slowest update rate
and level 15 the quickest.
4. Press the Action button to display the Speed
units page.
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11. Use the Up button to increase the calibration
factor value, or the Down button to decrease the
calibration factor value until the displayed speed
is correct.
The default calibration factor is 1.00. The
calibration factor can be set from 0.25 to 2.50.
12. Alternatively:
i. Simultaneously press and hold the Up and
Down buttons to display the Speed Over
Ground (SOG) page.
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5. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the
required unit of measurement for speed readings.
The units of measure available for speed
readings are:
• KTS — Knots (default)
• MPH — Miles Per Hour
• KPH — Kilometers Per Hour
i40 Speed
Note: The SOG page is only displayed if SOG
data is available on SeaTalk and the vessel speed
is greater than 0.5 kts.
ii. Then, in conditions of zero tide and current,
press the Up button for 3 seconds to apply
the SOG value as the speed reading.
13. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
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9.4 Intermediate calibration
9.5 Dealer calibration
Intermediate calibration allows you to:
Dealer calibration enables you to set:
• Check the instrument software version.
• User calibration menu access On (default) and Off.
• Check and if necessary set the instrument status
as either Master or Repeater.
• Boat show mode On and Off (default) (Boat show
mode is only be available on displays set as
repeaters).
Checking software version and instrument
status
• Reset to factory defaults.
During normal operation:
1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
Action buttons for 4 seconds to display the
software version.
Changing dealer calibration settings
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1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
Action buttons for 12 seconds to display the
Dealer Calibration page.
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2. Press the Action button to display the instrument
status.
CAL
2. Press the Action button to display the User
Calibration Access page.
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Note: The i40 Bidata requires an extra Action
button push to switch from depth instrument status
and speed instrument status.
3. Use the Up and Down buttons to change the
instrument status between Master and Repeater.
4. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
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3. Use the Up and Down buttons to switch access
to the User Calibration menu On (default) and Off.
Selecting Off disables access to the User
Calibration menu.
4. Press the Action button to display the Boat Show
Mode page.
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5. Use the Up and Down buttons to switch boat
show mode On and Off.
Selecting On will put the display into boat show
mode.
Note: Boat Show Mode NOT be used whilst your
vessel is in use.
6. Press the Action button to display the Factory
defaults page.
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7. To reset the display to factory default settings:
i. Use the Up or Down buttons to change the
reset option to Yes.
ii. Press the Action button to reset your display
to factory default settings.
Resetting the unit defaults the display to a
repeater display. Refer to 6.3 Data master for
details on how to change the display back to a
data master, if required.
8. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
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9.6 Using the speed pages
To cycle through the speed pages follow the steps
below:
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Page order
Page name
1
Current Speed
2
Max Speed
3
Average Speed
4
Log
5
Trip
6
Water Temperature
1. Use the Up and Down buttons to cycle through
the available pages.
2. To reset the Maximum speed, Average speed
and Trip values, with the relevant page displayed
press and hold the Up button for 3 seconds.
Note: The trip reading can only be reset if the
unit's status is set to Master (See the Data master
section for details).
Note: Only the Current speed and Water
temperature pages are permanent pages, all
other pages will time out after 5 seconds and revert
back to the last permanent page displayed.
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Chapter 10: i40 Wind
Chapter contents
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10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
i40 Wind
i40 Wind operation on page 58
Calibration on page 58
User calibration — i40 Wind on page 59
Intermediate calibration on page 60
Dealer calibration on page 60
True and apparent wind pages on page 61
Using the wind pages on page 61
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10.1 i40 Wind operation
10.2 Calibration
When connected to a rotavecta transducer, your i40
Wind instrument:
Before first use calibration procedures must be
carried out to ensure optimum performance of the
instrument with the vessel.
• Provides apparent wind speed and direction
information, in either knots (KTS), or metres per
second (M/S).
• Provides true wind speed and direction information,
if vessel speed information is available on SeaTalk.
• Enables a locked apparent wind angle, which
is defined either manually or automatically by a
course computer. In this mode, the unit shows
the deviations from the locked wind angle and the
direction to steer to achieve the locked wind angle.
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The calibration procedures are:
• User calibration
• Intermediate calibration
• Dealer calibration
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10.3 User calibration — i40 Wind
Calibration procedures are dependant on instrument
display variant.
6. Press the Action button to display the Wind
Speed Units page.
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User calibration options include:
• Wind Angle display response — Dictates the
rate at which the instrument display responds to
changes in wind angle data.
• Wind Speed display response — Dictates the
rate at which the instrument display responds to
changes in wind speed data.
• “ Units for wind speed readings — Assigns the unit
of measure used for wind speed related readings.
• Linearization — Performs wind transducer
linearization.
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7. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the
required unit of measurement for wind speed
readings.
The units of measure available for wind speed
readings are:
• KTS — Knots (default)
• M/S — Meters Per Second
8. Press the Action button to display the Linearize
Transducer page.
• Alignment — Aligns wind transducer to vessel
heading.
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Note: * These settings are only available on units
when the instrument status set to Master (see
Intermediate Calibration for details of changing the
display to be Master or Repeater).
Calibrating wind
You will need to be underway, with sufficient space
to turn in a large slow circle unhindered. Conditions
should be calm (i.e. a slight sea) and a steady
breeze. Try to ensure the vessel is not rolling or
pitching too much.
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Note: If 5pd is displayed on the linearize
transducer page the wind speed is outside of the
range suitable for linearization.
9. Keep the vessel speed below 2 kts and begin to
turn the vessel in a circle.
10. Press the Up button to begin linearization.
11. You will be required to perform a minimum of 2
complete circles.
During normal operation:
1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
Action buttons for 2 seconds to display the User
Calibration page.
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2. Press the Action button to display the set Wind
Angle Response page.
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An alarm will sound upon successful completion.
12. Sail the vessel directly into the wind.
13. Press the Action button to display the Align
Transducer page.
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3. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the wind
angle response to the required level.
The default level is 12. The levels available are 1
to 15 with level 1 being the slowest update rate
and level 15 the quickest.
4. Press the Action button to display the Wind
Speed Response page.
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14. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the value
until the wind angle pointer is set to zero.
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15. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
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5. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the wind
speed response to the required level.
The default level is 12. The levels available are 1
to 15 with level 1 being the slowest update rate
and level 15 the quickest.
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10.4 Intermediate calibration
10.5 Dealer calibration
Intermediate calibration allows you to:
Dealer calibration enables you to set:
• Check the instrument software version.
• User calibration menu access On (default) and Off.
• Check and if necessary set the instrument status
as either Master or Repeater.
• Boat show mode On and Off (default) (Boat show
mode is only be available on displays set as
repeaters).
Checking software version and instrument
status
• Reset to factory defaults.
During normal operation:
1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
Action buttons for 4 seconds to display the
software version.
Changing dealer calibration settings
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1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
Action buttons for 12 seconds to display the
Dealer Calibration page.
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2. Press the Action button to display the instrument
status.
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2. Press the Action button to display the User
Calibration Access page.
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Note: The i40 Bidata requires an extra Action
button push to switch from depth instrument status
and speed instrument status.
3. Use the Up and Down buttons to change the
instrument status between Master and Repeater.
4. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
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3. Use the Up and Down buttons to switch access
to the User Calibration menu On (default) and Off.
Selecting Off disables access to the User
Calibration menu.
4. Press the Action button to display the Boat Show
Mode page.
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5. Use the Up and Down buttons to switch boat
show mode On and Off.
Selecting On will put the display into boat show
mode.
Note: Boat Show Mode NOT be used whilst your
vessel is in use.
6. Press the Action button to display the Factory
defaults page.
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7. To reset the display to factory default settings:
i. Use the Up or Down buttons to change the
reset option to Yes.
ii. Press the Action button to reset your display
to factory default settings.
Resetting the unit defaults the display to a
repeater display. Refer to 6.3 Data master for
details on how to change the display back to a
data master, if required.
8. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
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10.6 True and apparent wind pages
10.7 Using the wind pages
Apparent and True wind pages
To cycle through the wind pages follow the steps
below:
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STEER
1. Wind direction with respect to vessel heading.
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2. Vessel heading.
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3. Wind angle, either A (apparent) or T (True).
4. Wind speed, either apparent or true, as indicated
in item 3.
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Locked apparent wind page
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1. Direction to steer indicator, to achieve locked
wind angle.
2. Flashing segment indicates the difference
between the apparent wind angle and the locked
wind angle.
3. Locked wind angle.
4. Relative direction of the locked wind angle:
• P = Port.
• S = Starboard.
5. Apparent wind speed.
Note: If LOCK is displayed on-screen then the
wind angle is controlled by the course computer
and cannot be changed manually.
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Apparent Wind.
2
True Wind.
3
High Speed Wind Alarm
4
Locked Apparent Wind
Note: The High wind speed alarm page is only
available on master units (See the Data master
section for details), it is a temporary page which
will time out after 5 seconds to the previous
permanent page.
1. Use the Up and Down buttons to cycle through
the available pages.
2. Pressing the Action button from the Apparent
Wind page will apply the current wind bearing
as the locked heading and display the Locked
Apparent Wind Angle page.
3. Pressing the Action button from the Locked
Apparent Wind page will return to the Apparent
Wind page.
4. Pressing and holding the Up button from the
High Wind Speed Alarm page will switch the High
Wind Speed Alarm On (default) and Off.
Note: For details on enabling, disabling and
adjusting alarm thresholds please refer to Chapter
11 Alarms.
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Chapter 11: Alarms
Chapter contents
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Alarms
11.1 Alarms on page 64
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11.1 Alarms
Alarms alert you to a situation or hazard requiring
your attention.
• Depth is equal to or less than the Shallow anchor
alarm threshold, or
• Depth is equal to or more than the Deep anchor
alarm threshold.
You can set up alarms to alert you to certain
conditions.
The alarm sounds until silenced manually.
Alarms are raised by system functions, and also
external equipment connected to your display.
High wind speed alarm
When an alarm event occurs an audible and visual
alarm is activated which indicates the alarm state.
Alarm thresholds can be configured from the relevant
alarm page / menu.
Instrument alarms
The alarms available on each instrument display
variant are shown below.
• Shallow Alarm — Available on i40 Bidata and i40
Depth instrument displays.
• Deep Alarm — Available on i40 Bidata and i40
Depth instrument displays.
• Shallow Anchor Alarm — Available on the i40
Bidata and i40 Depth instrument displays.
• Deep Anchor Alarm — Available on the i40
Bidata and i40 Depth instrument displays.
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The High wind speed alarm is available on the
i40 Wind instrument. The High wind speed alarm
sounds when the wind speed exceeds the High
wind speed alarm threshold. The alarm sounds until
silenced manually.
True wind — If vessel speed information is available
at the instrument (from a SeaTalk bus) the alarm is
triggered if True wind speed exceeds the threshold.
Apparent wind — If vessel speed information is not
present, the alarm is triggered if the Apparent wind
speed exceeds the threshold.
Silencing alarms
• High Wind speed Alarm — Available on the i40
Wind instrument displays.
1. Press any button to silence an active alarm.
Enabling / Disabling alarms
Alarm indications
Alarms can be enabled or disabled at any time.
An alarm event is indicated by both audible and
visual warnings.
With the relevant alarm page displayed:
1. Press and hold the Up button for 3 seconds to
switch the alarm on or off.
Shallow alarm
Setting alarm thresholds
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The Shallow alarm is available on both the i40 Bidata
and i40 Depth instruments. The Shallow alarm
sounds when the depth is equal to or less than the
Shallow alarm threshold. The alarm sounds until
silenced manually.
You can adjust the threshold at which alarms are
triggered by following the steps below.
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Deep alarm
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The Deep alarm is available on both the i40 Bidata
and i40 Depth instruments. The Deep alarm sounds
when the depth is equal to the Deep alarm threshold.
The alarm sounds until silenced manually.
Anchor alarms
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With the relevant alarm page displayed:
1. Press the Up and Down button simultaneously
to enter edit mode.
2. Use the Up button to increase the alarm
threshold.
3. Use the Down button to decrease the alarm
threshold.
4. Press the Up and Down button simultaneously to
save the new alarm threshold and exit edit mode.
Note: The illustration above is an example
depicting setting the Deep alarm threshold on an
i40 Depth instrument.
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The anchor alarms are available on both the i40
Bidata and i40 Depth instruments. The anchor
alarms sound when either:
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Chapter 12: Maintaining your display
Chapter contents
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12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
Service and maintenance on page 66
Condensation on page 66
Routine equipment checks on page 67
Cleaning on page 67
Cleaning the display case on page 68
Cleaning the display screen on page 68
Maintaining your display
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12.1 Service and maintenance
12.2 Condensation
This product contains no user serviceable
components. Please refer all maintenance
and repair to authorized Raymarine dealers.
Unauthorized repair may affect your warranty.
Certain atmospheric conditions may cause a small
amount of condensation to form on the unit's window.
This will not damage the unit and will clear after the
unit has been switched on for a short period.
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12.3 Routine equipment checks
12.4 Cleaning
Raymarine strongly recommends that you complete
a number of routine checks to ensure the correct and
reliable operation of your equipment.
Best cleaning practices.
Complete the following checks on a regular basis:
• Do NOT wipe the display screen with a dry cloth,
as this could scratch the screen coating.
• Examine all cables for signs of damage or wear
and tear.
• Check that all cables are securely connected.
Maintaining your display
When cleaning this product:
• Do NOT use abrasive, or acid or ammonia based
products.
• Do NOT use a jet wash.
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12.5 Cleaning the display case
12.6 Cleaning the display screen
The display unit is a sealed unit and does not require
regular cleaning. If it is necessary to clean the unit,
follow this basic procedure:
1. Switch off the power to the display.
2. Wipe the display with a clean, soft cloth (a
microfibre cloth is ideal).
3. If necessary, use a mild detergent to remove
grease marks.
A coating is applied to the display screen. This
makes it water repellent, and prevents glare. To
avoid damaging this coating, follow this procedure:
1. Switch off the power to the display.
2. Rinse the screen with fresh water to remove all
dirt particles and salt deposits.
3. Allow the screen to dry naturally.
4. If any smears remain, very gently wipe the screen
with a clean microfibre cleaning cloth (available
from an opticians).
Note: Do NOT use solvents or detergents on the
screen itself.
Note: In certain conditions, condensation may
appear inside the display screen. This will not
harm the unit, and can be cleared by powering on
the display for a short time.
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Chapter 13: Troubleshooting
Chapter contents
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13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
Troubleshooting on page 70
Instrument troubleshooting on page 71
Power up troubleshooting on page 73
Miscellaneous troubleshooting on page 74
Troubleshooting
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13.1 Troubleshooting
The troubleshooting information provides possible
causes and corrective action required for common
problems associated with marine electronics
installations.
All Raymarine products are, prior to packing and
shipping, subjected to comprehensive test and
quality assurance programs. However, if you
experience problems with the operation of your
product this section will help you to diagnose
and correct problems in order to restore normal
operation.
If after referring to this section you are still having
problems with your unit, please contact Raymarine
Technical Support for further advice.
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13.2 Instrument troubleshooting
Problem
Applies to
Low battery.
• i40 Bidata
Example screenshots
Action
• Recharge your vessel's
battery as soon as possible.
• i40 Depth
• i40 Speed
• i40 Wind
D12521-1
Blank display.
• i40 Bidata
• Check fuse / circuit breaker.
• i40 Depth
• Check power supply.
• i40 Speed
• Check SeaTalk cabling and
connector security.
• i40 Wind
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Depth reading flashes when
underway.
• i40 Bidata
• Ensure the reading
stabilizes when clear
of disturbed water (e.g.
vessel wakes, propeller
wash etc.).
• i40 Depth
D12523-1
No data.
• i40 Bidata
• Check the condition of
the transducer cable and
security of the connections.
• i40 Depth
• i40 Speed
• Check condition of
transducer face and remove
any debris.
• i40 Wind
• For i40 wind — if true
wind speed information
is missing but apparent
wind is present then this
could be due to no speed
information via SeaTalk.
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Problem
Applies to
No speed information but
water temperature is present.
• i40 Bidata
Example screenshots
Action
• Transducer paddle wheel
may be fouled.
• i40 Speed
If you need to remove the
transducer insert, have the
transducer bung to hand and
secure it in the transducer
body immediately after the
insert is removed, to prevent
excessive ingress of water.
D12525-1
SeaTalk information not
being transferred between
instruments.
• i40 Bidata
• i40 Depth
• i40 Speed
• i40 Wind
A group of SeaTalk units not
working.
• Check security of SeaTalk
connections between units.
For example, backlighting
level changes implemented
at one unit do not affect other
units.
• i40 Bidata
• Check condition of SeaTalk
cables.
• Isolate faulty unit by
disconnecting units one by
one.
• Check the security of
SeaTalk connectors
between functioning and
non-functioning units.
• i40 Depth
• i40 Speed
• i40 Wind
• Check the condition
of SeaTalk cable
between functioning and
non-functioning units.
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13.3 Power up troubleshooting
Problems at power up and their possible causes and solutions are described here.
Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
The system (or part of it) does
not start up.
Power supply problem.
Check relevant fuses and breakers.
Check that the power supply cable is sound and that all
connections are tight and free from corrosion.
Check that the power source is of the correct voltage and
sufficient current.
Troubleshooting
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13.4 Miscellaneous troubleshooting
Miscellaneous problems and their possible causes and solutions are described here.
Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
Display behaves erratically:
Intermittent problem with power
to the display.
Check relevant fuses and breakers.
• Frequent unexpected resets.
• System crashes or other
erratic behavior.
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Check that the power supply cable is sound and that all
connections are tight and free from corrosion.
Check that the power source is of the correct voltage and
sufficient current.
Software mismatch on system
(upgrade required).
Go to www.raymarine.com and click on support for the
latest software downloads.
Corrupt data / other unknown
issue.
Perform a factory reset.
Important: This will result in the loss of any settings
and data (such as waypoints) stored on the product.
Save any important data to a memory card before
resetting.
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Chapter 14: Technical support
Chapter contents
•
14.1 Raymarine customer support on page 76
Technical support
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14.1 Raymarine customer support
Raymarine provides a comprehensive customer
support service. You can contact customer support
through the Raymarine website, telephone and
e-mail. If you are unable to resolve a problem, please
use any of these facilities to obtain additional help.
Web support
Please visit the customer support area of our website
at:
Note: The i40 Bidata requires an extra Action
button push to switch from depth instrument status
and speed instrument status.
3. Use the Up and Down buttons to change the
instrument status between Master and Repeater.
4. To save your settings and return to normal
operation from any page, simultaneously press
and hold the Down and Action buttons for 2
seconds.
www.raymarine.com
This contains Frequently Asked Questions, servicing
information, e-mail access to the Raymarine
Technical Support Department and details of
worldwide Raymarine agents.
Telephone and e-mail support
In the USA:
• Tel: +1 603 324 7900
• Toll Free: +1 800 539 5539
• E-mail: support@raymarine.com
In the UK, Europe, and the Middle East:
• Tel: +44 (0)13 2924 6777
• E-mail: ukproduct.support@raymarine.com
In Southeast Asia and Australia:
• Tel: +61 (0)29479 4800
• E-mail: aus.support@raymarine.com
Product information
If you need to request service, please have the
following information to hand:
• Product name.
• Product identity.
• Serial number.
• Software application version.
• System diagrams.
You can obtain this product information using the
menus within your product.
Checking software version and instrument
status
During normal operation:
1. Simultaneously press and hold the Down and
Action buttons for 4 seconds to display the
software version.
55
50
45
40
60 5
4
35
10
15
20
30 25
+
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2. Press the Action button to display the instrument
status.
CAL
CAL
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Chapter 15: Technical specification
Chapter contents
•
•
15.1 Technical specification on page 78
15.2 Operating ranges on page 79
Technical specification
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15.1 Technical specification
i40 Bidata
i40 Depth
i40 Speed
i40 Wind
Nominal supply voltage
12 V dc
12 V dc
12 V dc
12 V dc
Operating voltage
range
10 V dc to 16 V dc
10 V dc to 16 V dc
10 V dc to 16 V dc
10 V dc to 16 V dc
Current consumption
(12V supply) typical
35 mA
30 mA
25 mA
25 mA
Current consumption
(12V supply) maximum
100 mA
100 mA
100 mA
100 mA
Operating temperature
0°C to +70°C (32°F to
158°F)
0°C to +70°C (32°F to
158°F)
0°C to +70°C (32°F to
158°F)
0°C to +70°C (32°F to
158°F)
Storage temperature
–30°C to +70°C (–22°F –30°C to +70°C (–22°F –30°C to +70°C (–22°F –30°C to +70°C (–22°F
to 158°F)
to 158°F)
to 158°F)
to 158°F)
Relative humidity
93%
93%
93%
93%
Water proofing
IPX6
IPX6
IPX6
IPX6
Connections
• SeaTalk
• SeaTalk
• SeaTalk
• SeaTalk
• Speed transducer
connections
• Depth transducer
connections
• Speed transducer
connections
• Wind transducer
connections
Europe 2004/108/EC
Europe 2004/108/EC
Europe 2004/108/EC
• Depth transducer
connections
Conformance
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15.2 Operating ranges
i40 Bidata
i40 Depth
i40 Speed
i40 Wind
• Speed: 0 to 99.9 knots
• Depth: 0 to 400 feet
• Speed: 0 to 99.9 knots
• Wind speed: 0 to 60 knots
• Log: 0 to 99999 nautical
miles
• Shallow depth alarm: 0 to
29 feet
• Log: 0 to 99999 nautical
miles
• High wind speed alarm: 5
to 50 knots
• Trip: 0 to 99 nautical miles
• Deep depth alarm: 30 to
400 feet
• Trip: 0 to 99 nautical miles
• Wind angle: 180º port to
180º starboard
• Temperature: –0ºC to
+40ºC
• Depth: 0 to 400 feet
• Shallow depth alarm: 0 to
29 feet
• Shallow anchor alarm: 1 to
250 feet
• Temperature: –0ºC to
+40ºC
• Deep anchor alarm: 10 to
400 feet
• Deep depth alarm: 30 to
400 feet
• Shallow anchor alarm: 1 to
250 feet
• Deep anchor alarm: 10 to
400 feet
Technical specification
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Chapter 16: Spares and accessories
Chapter contents
•
•
•
•
•
16.1
16.2
16.3
16.4
16.5
Accessories on page 82
Spares on page 82
SeaTalk accessories on page 83
SeaTalk power cables on page 83
Converters on page 84
Spares and accessories
81
16.1 Accessories
Description
Part number
Desktop mounting
bracket
E25024
SeaTalk
interconnect kit
E25028
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16.2 Spares
Notes
The table below lists the spare parts available for
i40 instrument displays
Description
Part number
i40 front bezel
R70112
i40 Sun cover
R70113
Note
i40
16.3 SeaTalk accessories
16.4 SeaTalk power cables
SeaTalk cables and accessories for use with
compatible products.
Description
Part No
3–way SeaTalk
junction box
D244
1 m (3.28 ft)
SeaTalk extension
cable
D284
Part number
Description
D229
SeaTalk power cable.
Notes
3 m (9.8 ft) SeaTalk D285
extension cable
5 m (16.4 ft)
SeaTalk extension
9 m (29.5 ft)
cable
SeaTalk extension
cable
D286
12 m (39.4 ft)
SeaTalk extension
cable
E25051
20 m (65.6 ft)
SeaTalk extension
cable
D288
Spares and accessories
D287
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16.5 Converters
Part number
Description
E22158
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng
Converter
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