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GPSMAP
3006C/3010C
& GPS 17
®
installation instructions
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
The GPSMAP 3006C/3010C Multi-Function Display (MFD) and GPS 17 must be properly installed according to the following instructions for
the best possible performance. To complete the installation, you need the appropriate fasteners, tools, and mounts listed in each section. These
items are available at most marine dealers. Always wear safety goggles, ear protection, and a dust mask when drilling, cutting, or sanding.
When drilling or cutting, always check first to see what is on the opposite side of the surface. Mount the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C in a location
that provides a clear, glare-free view of the display and easy operation of the controls. If you experience difficulty installing the unit, contact
Garmin Product Support or seek the assistance of a professional installer.
Mounting knob
Bail mount
Mounting holes
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17
1
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Surface Mounting the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C
Tools
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•
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Drill and drill bit
Screwdriver
Pencil
Mounting hardware (not included)
NOTE: Mounting hardware (fasteners) not included. Mounting holes are 5/16"
(7.9 mm) in diameter.
To install the Bail Mount and unit:
1. Using the bail mount as a template, mark the location of the four mounting holes.
Be sure to leave at least two inches of clearance behind the unit for the wiring.
2. Using an appropriate size drill bit, drill pilot holes for the fasteners.
3. Secure the bail mount to the surface with the fasteners.
4. Loosen the mounting knobs.
5. Slide the unit into the bail mount, and tighten the mounting knobs.
Bail Mount
Mounting knobs
RANGE
PAGE
QUIT
ENTER
MARK
ADJ
MENU
NAV
MOB
DATA
CNFG
1
GHI
4
PQRS
7
FCTN
FIND
ABC
DEF
JKL
MNO
TUV
WXYZ
2
5
8
3
6
9
+ 0
Bail mount
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GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Flush Mounting the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C
Tools
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•
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Flush Mount Template
Jig saw
Masking tape
Scissors
Drill
Drill bits—1/8" (3 mm) and 3/8" (6 mm)
1/16" (2 mm) Allen (Hex) wrench
Sockets or wrenches
Hammer
Center punch
RANGE
PAGE
QUIT
ENTER
MARK
ADJ
MENU
NAV
MOB
DATA
CNFG
FCTN
ABC
1
2
FIND
DEF
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
4
7
5
8
6
9
+ 0
Flush Mount
To flush mount the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C:
1. Trim the Flush Mount Template, and tape it in the location you want.
2. Using the center punch, indent the center of each mounting hole location.
3. Using an 1/8" (3 mm) drill bit, drill the four mounting holes.
4. Using a 3/8" (6 mm) drill bit, drill a hole to begin cutting the mounting surface.
5. Using the jig saw, cut the mounting surface along the inside of the dashed line indicated on the template. Use a file and sandpaper to
refine the size of the hole. Be very careful when cutting this hole. There is only a small amount of clearance between the case
molding and the mounting holes.
6. Install the four mounting studs into the unit by screwing the shorter, threaded section into the back of the unit. Use a 1/16" (2 mm)
Allen wrench to tighten the mounting studs until the stop contacts the case. Be careful not to overtighten as this may damage the
mounting stud! The studs have a reusable thread-locking patch
pre-applied from the factory.
7. Place the unit into the cut-out of the mounting surface.
8. Place washers over the mounting studs, then thread on one hex
nut per mounting stud. Tighten all four until the unit is snug against
the mounting surface. Install and tighten the second hex nut set on
all four mounting studs to lock the first set in place.
TRIM TEMPLATE ALONG THIS LINE TO AID FITTING
9.05" (230 mm)
GPSMAP 2010/2010C/3010C/3210
CUT MOUNTING SURFACE
ALONG INSIDE OF THIS LINE.
Be very careful when cutting this hole,
because there is only a small amount of
clearance between the unit and the
mounting hole.
UNIT OUTLINE
To flush mount the GPSMAP 2010/2010C/3010C/3210:
1. Trim the flush mount template and tape in the desired location.
2. Using the center punch, indent the center of each mounting hole location.
3. Using an 1/8" (3 mm) drill bit, drill the four mounting holes. (Drilling the mounting
holes before cutting the hole for the unit allows for an easier installation.)
4. Using a 3/8" (6 mm) drill bit, drill a hole to begin cutting the mounting surface.
5. Using the jig saw, cut the mounting surface along the inside of the dashed line
indicated on the template. Be very careful when cutting this hole, because there is only a
small amount of clearance between the case molding and the mounting holes.
6. Install the four mounting studs into unit by screwing the shorter, threaded section
into the back of the unit. Use a 1/16" (2 mm) Allen wrench to tighten the mounting studs
until the stop contacts the case. Be careful not to overtighten, because this may damage the
mounting stud! The studs have a reusable thread-locking patch pre-applied from the factory.
8.19"
(208 mm)
7. Place the unit into the cut out of the mounting surface.
8. Place washers over the mounting studs, and then thread on one hex nut per mounting stud.
Tighten all four until the unit is snug against the mounting surface.
Install and tighten the second hex nut on all four mounting studs to lock the first one
in place.
Drill a 3/8" (6 mm) hole.
Begin cutting here.
Stud
Washer Hex nuts
Mounting surface
Flush Mount Template
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Installing the GPS 17
The GPS 17 can be flush mounted or installed on any standard 1" O.D. (Outer
Dimension), 14 threads-per-inch marine mount. When mounting the GPS 17, the
cable can be run externally, through the mounting panel, or through the center of the
marine mount.
ABOVE - BEST
Radar
3'
BELOW - OK
The GPS 17 connects to the 18-pin Power/Data cable on the
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C and provides the GPS/WAAS signal for the unit.
If two or more GPSMAP 3005C/3006C/3010C units are installed and
networked, only one GPS 17 needs to be installed.
VHF Radio Antenna
Radar
To ensure the best reception, mount the GPS 17 in a location that has a clear,
unobstructed view of the sky in all directions. Avoid mounting the GPS 17 where
it is shaded by the boat’s superstructure, a radome antenna, or mast. Sailboat
users should avoid mounting the unit high on the mast to prevent inaccurate speed
readings caused by excessive heeling. The unit provides more stable readings if
it is located nearer to water level. Mount the GPS 17 at least 3 ft away from
(preferably above) the path of any radar beam or a VHF radio antenna.
Temporarily secure the unit in the preferred mounting location and test for
correct operation. With correct operation verified, permanently mount the unit. If
interference with other electronics is experienced, try a different location.
NOTE: Never paint the GPS 17 or clean it with harsh solvents.
NOTE: Mount the antenna at least 3 ft away from
(preferably above) the path of any radar beam or a
VHF radio antenna.
BETTER
GOOD
BEST
SS JAYHAWK
EMI
EMI (Electromagnetic Interference)
from engine components
Signal Interference
To flush mount the GPS 17:
1. Cut out the Flush Mount Drilling Template provided on page 15, and tape it on the selected mounting location.
2. Mark the center of each mounting hole by tapping the end of a center punch or pointed object with a hammer. If the cable is going to be
installed through the mounting panel, mark the center of the additional hole.
3. Drill the holes using the appropriate drill bits.
4. Align the GPS 17 over the mounting holes, and fasten it using M4 screws. The mounting threads in the GPS 17 are 8.10 mm deep. Do
not use screws that thread into the GPS 17 deeper than 8 mm, or the case may be damaged.
The GPS 17 can be installed with the coax through the panel
or on the outside of the unit. If the coax is run through the
panel, seal the outside exit area with marine sealant.
Mounting holes
Bottom of GPS 17
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GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
To attach the enclosed pole mount to the GPS 17:
1. Thread the cable though the pole mount.
2. Align the tab on the mount to the notch on the GPS 17.
3. Use the enclosed screws to secure the mount to the base.
To mount the GPS 17 with the cable run outside the
mount:
1. Place the cable in the vertical slot along the side of the base of
the unit.
2. Screw the GPS 17 onto the mount. DO NOT overtighten the
head. It is possible to over tighten the unit and cut the cable.
3. With the GPS 17 and mount installed, fill the remaining gap in
the cable exit with a marine sealant.
4. Route the cable away from sources of electronic interference.
To mount the GPS 17 with the cable run through the
mount:
1. Position the mount in the preferred location, and mark the
approximate center of the mount.
2. Drill a hole large enough for the cable to pass through.
3. Slide the cable through the mount and screw the GPS 17 onto
the mount.
4. Fasten the mount to the boat.
5. Route the cable away from sources of electronic interference.
Attaching the Pole Mount to the GPS 17
Cable run externally
Align Notch
Cable run internally
Attaching the GPS 17 to a Pole Mount
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Wiring and Cables
The GPSMAP 3006C/3010C comes with an 18-pin Power/NMEA and a 17-pin Marine Video cable. Optional Garmin Marine Network
components use specialized Garmin Network cables. For some installations, it may be necessary to drill 1.25" (31.7 mm) holes to route the
connector end of the cables. Garmin rubber grommets are provided to cover the installation holes (see below). Wiring instructions are found
on the following pages. If you experience difficulty installing the unit, contact Garmin Product Support or seek the assistance of a
professional installer.
The grommets may not be needed in some installations. The grommets do NOT create a waterproof seal. Apply a marine sealant after
installation to weatherproof around the grommet and cable. Additional grommets can be purchased from your Garmin dealer or direct from
Garmin. Be sure to test the system before installing the grommets.
Tools
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•
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•
Drill
1.25" (31.7 mm) paddle drill bit or hole saw
Utility knife
Marine sealant (optional)
To install the Cable Grommet:
1. Mark the location where the cable Power/Data, Marine Video, or Marine Network cable is to route through.
2. Using a 1.25" (31.7 mm) paddle drill bit or hole saw, drill the installation hole.
3. Refer to the diagram below for trimming instructions. Carefully trim the cable hole, as needed.
4. Route the cable to the unit.
5. Spread the grommet apart at the split ,and place it around the cable (see below).
6. Firmly push the grommet into the installation hole until it is seated. Apply marine sealant, as needed, to weatherproof the cable.
Trim out to this line for
the Marine Video Cable
Use this hole (no trim) for the Power/Data,
Marine Network, or GPS 17 Cable
Split
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GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Power/Data Cable Wiring
The following pages contain several wiring diagrams. The first diagram on the next page shows the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C MFD using the
18-pin Power/Data wiring harness and the GPS 17. If two or more GPSMAP 3006C/3010C units are installed and networked, only one GPS 17
antenna needs to be installed. Next are the wiring diagram examples showing the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C using the 18-pin Power/Data wiring
harness interfacing with a variety of different equipment. Refer to the wiring diagram that best suits your needs. For third-party devices, refer
to the wiring guidelines included with that equipment. Use 22 AWG (18 AWG for the Red and Black wires), shielded, twisted-pair wiring for
extended runs of wire. Solder all connections and seal the connection with heat shrink tubing. If networking two or more MFDs, the GPS 17
and NMEA input devices should only be attached to one MFD on the network. A pinout of the cable is shown below.
Power/Data Cable Input/Output Ports
The GPSMAP 3006C/3010C Power/Data cable has four I/O (Input/Output) ports.
Ports 1 and 2—communicate with other NMEA-compliant devices, such as VHF radios, NMEA instruments, autopilots, or PCs (Port 1 only).
You can input one NMEA device to each port, and output in parallel to three NMEA devices per port.
Port 3—is reserved for use with Garmin sounder modules.
Port 4—is reserved for use with the Garmin GPS 17 GPS/WAAS antenna.
The following formats are supported for connection of external devices: Garmin proprietary sonar module and NMEA 0183 version 3.01. The
following are the sentences for NMEA 0183, version 3.01 and later output:
Approved sentences—GPBWC, GPRMC, GPGGA, GPGSA, GPGSV, GPGLL, GPBOD, GPRMB, GPRTE, GPVTG, GPWPL, and GPXTE.
Garmin proprietary sentences—PGRME, PGRMM, PGRMZ, and PSLIB.
The unit also includes NMEA input with support for the WPL sentence, DSC, and sonar NMEA input with support for the DPT (Depth) or
DBT, MTW (Water Temp), and VHW (Water, Speed, and Heading) sentences. The unit interface must be set to NMEA In/NMEA Out.
Power/Data(NMEA) Cable
1
2
11
National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA)
Seven Riggs Avenue
Severna Park, MD 21146
U.S.A.
www.nmea.org
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17
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15
Documentation concerning NMEA & RTCM formats and
sentences are available for purchase from:
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6
14
18
3
7
8
9
13
17
12
16
Cable End View
PIN #
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3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
COLOR
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N/C
N/C
WHITE/BROWN
WHITE/BLUE
ORANGE
N/C
N/C
VIOLET
GRAY
YELLOW
N/C
WHITE
GREEN
RED
BROWN
BLUE
BLACK
FUNCTION
PORT 3 DATA IN
PORT 3 DATA OUT
ACCESSORY ON
PORT 2 DATA IN
PORT 2 DATA OUT
ALARM LOW
PORT 4 DATA IN
PORT 4 DATA OUT
DC POWER INPUT
PORT 1 DATA IN
PORT 1 DATA OUT
GROUND (POWER/DATA)
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
GPS 17
GPS/WAAS SENSOR
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Optional Alarm Wiring
The GPSMAP 3006C/3010C has an alarm circuit that can be used with a lamp, a horn, or both to alert you when the unit displays a message.
The alarm circuit pulls low when the alarm sounds. The alarm does not have to be wired for the unit to function. The maximum current is 100
milliamps. A switch or relay can be used to select between visual and audible alerts.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Marine Video Cable
The GPSMAP 3006C/3010C Marine Video 17-pin cable allows input of NTSC (National Television System Committee)/PAL (Phase Alternate
Line) composite video sources, and VGA resolution PC monitor output. Marine Video inputs are only available on the MFD to which they are
attached and will not transmit over the Garmin Marine Network. A pinout of the cable is provided below.
1 & 2. VIDEO 1 and VIDEO 2 Inputs (RCA connectors) allow you to input two separate NTSC/PAL compatible video devices, such as
VCR, DVD, TV, or a video camera. The MFD can display one video input at a time or alternate between the two (see the
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C Owner’s Manual). Sound from a video source must be attached to a separate stereo/audio system. The video
output from video device attaches to the Video 1 (Black Cable) or Video 2 (Gray Cable) RCA connectors.
3. PC Monitor VGA Output (HD 15-pin connector) for remote viewing of the MFD display on a computer monitor. The remote monitor
must be at least VGA resolution and have multi-sync capability.
4. Tape off any unused wires.
5. Marine Video 17-pin cable attaches to the back of the MFD.
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2
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2
3
14
17
3
7
8
9
10
15
4
1
4
5
6
13
12
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IMAGE
1
2
CONNECTOR
RCA-1 CENTER
RCA-1 OUTER
RCA-2 CENTER
PIN #
2
6
11
FUNCTION
VIDEO 1 IN (BLACK JACKET)
VIDEO 1 IN, GROUND
VIDEO 2 IN (GRAY JACKET)
RCA-2 OUTER
15
VIDEO 2 IN, GROUND
HD-15 PIN 1
1
VGA, ANALOG-RED
HD-15 PIN 2
4
VGA, ANALOG-GREEN
HD-15 PIN 3
3
VGA, ANALOG-BLUE
HD-15 PIN 4
3
HD-15 PIN 5
13
VGA, ANALOG-GROUND
HD-15 PIN 6
8
VGA, ANALOG-RED, GND
HD-15 PIN 7
8
VGA, ANALOG-GREEN, GND
HD-15 PIN 8
8
VGA, ANALOG-BLUE, GND
13
VGA, SYNC-GROUND
HD-15 PIN 13
7
VGA, H-SYNC
HD-15 PIN 14
12
VGA, V-SYNC
HD-15 SHELL
9
VGA, OVERALL SHIELD
WIRE- BLACK
WIRE- STRIPED
5
10
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HD-15 PIN 9
HD-15 PIN 10
HD-15 PIN 11
5
HD-15 PIN 12
Marine Video Cable
HD-15 PIN 15
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10
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Garmin Marine Network
The Garmin Marine Network is a waterproof Ethernet-based system that allows Multi-Function Displays (MFD) to communicate with sensors
and other MFDs over the network. Waterproof RJ-45 connections allow for simple installation and high-speed connectivity. For a simple
installation with one MFD and one sensor, the two devices can be directly connected with a Garmin Marine Network cable. If more than two
MFDs are installed, you need a Garmin Marine Network Port Expander (GMS 10) to expand the network. If two or more
GPSMAP 3005C/3006C/3010C units are installed and networked, only one GPS 17 antenna needs to be installed. You can add up to five total
devices to the Network Port Expander. If more than five are needed, you can add more Network Port Expanders to the network. This network
is NOT compatible with PC networks. Do NOT attach PC devices to the Garmin Marine Network. Some examples of the Garmin Marine
Network are included below. Refer to the individual installation instructions for the individual sensors. Additional Garmin Network cables are
available from your Garmin dealer or direct from Garmin.
NOTE: Power connections for network components are not shown in the following illustrations.
GPS 17
GARMIN
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C
MFD
GARMIN
GPSMAP 3005C
MFD
Two MFD Network
GARMIN
MARINE RADAR
GARMIN GMS 10
MARINE NETWORK PORT EXPANDER
GARMIN GDL 30/30A
MARINE WEATHER/AUDIO
SATELLITE RECEIVER
GPS 17
GARMIN
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C
MFD
xxx
xxx
GSD 20 or GSD 21
SOUNDER
MODULE
GARMIN
GPSMAP 3005C
MFD
x x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
TO TRANSDUCER
xxxxxxxxx
Serial cable
Ethernet cable
Transducer cable
Two MFD Networked with Sensors and GMS10 Port Expander
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17
11
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The following diagram shows the Garmin Marine Network with a GSD Sounder Module connected.
NOTE: Power connections for network components are not shown in the following illustrations.
GARMIN
MARINE RADAR
GSD 22
SOUNDER
MODULE
TO TRANSDUCER
xxxxxxx x x x
GARMIN GDL 30/30A
MARINE WEATHER/AUDIO
SATELLITE RECEIVER
GARMIN GMS 10
MARINE NETWORK PORT EXPANDER
x xxxxxxxxxx
GPS 17
GARMIN
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C
MFD
GARMIN
GPSMAP 3005C
MFD
xxxxxxxxx
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Serial cable
Ethernet cable
Transducer cable
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Final Wiring Connection
After all the wiring is complete, the cables are attached on the back of the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C MFD. If the MFD is not being networked,
be sure to firmly affix the weather cap over the open connector to limit corrosion of the contacts. The connection ports are labeled on the back
of the MFD.
To install the Power/NMEA, Marine Video, and Network Cables:
1. Align the notch and locking ring tab on the black Power/NMEA cable with the black POWER/NMEA port on the back of the unit. Carefully
press the cable in until it is firmly seated. Do not force the cable, as this may damage the pins!
2. After the cable is seated, turn the locking ring clockwise until it stops.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2, attaching the gray Marine Video cable to the gray VIDEO port on the back of the unit.
4. If networking the MFD with the Garmin Marine Network, insert the RJ-45 connector into the NETWORK port on the back of the unit and
screw the locking ring in clockwise until it is firmly seated.
With power applied to the circuit, test the installation by pressing the POWER key on the front of the unit. See the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C
Owner’s Manual for steps on initializing the receiver.
GPSMAP 3010C
GPSMAP 3006C
Connection ports
Connection ports
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Flush Mount Drilling Template
Drill using a
11/64" (4.5 mm)
drill bit
Drill this 3/4" (19 mm)
hole if the coax is
going to be installed
through the mounting
panel.
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17
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Garmin Corporation
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Part Number 190-00371-02 Rev. G
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