Garmin Gpsmap 2106
For worldwide capability in an affordable "big picture" chartplotter, this is the GPSMAP series for you. The GPSMAP 2106 large-format, non-network navigator offers great picture clarity and readability, even in direct sunlight. An enhanced worldwide basemap depicts shorelines, highways and surface features in rich, colorful detail - while GPS tracks your position with graphical bearing and course guidance. Although not preloaded with detailed cartography, the units will accept the new ... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Garmin Gpsmap 2106 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|lichtenthal||2:42pm on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010|
|This unit for me has been a solid buy. The accurate sirf gps chip in this thing has locked onto at least 5 to 12 satelites at any given time.|
|milohoss||7:00pm on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010|
|This is a nice product. sin lugar a dudas el mejor gps que se puede comprar robusto resistente y com muchas posibilidades de uso This is a nice unit. Would buy it again.|
|ntprSid||10:53am on Monday, May 17th, 2010|
|Great motorcycle GPS! I recently purchased a new 60csx and Garmin now includes a 1GB micro SD card, tether, and a USB cable with the unit. Must be the luck of the draw. Not so happy with my choice. At first we were thinking get past the learning curve. Great GPS for the money. I got this to use both on my motorcycle and when hiking in the woods.|
|harakeshan||6:08pm on Tuesday, April 20th, 2010|
|In the past I have used a Garmin II Plus and a Garmin V. It was a difficult decision figuring out which model to purchase but not which brand. Get a screen protector or case. is able to track very well with dense cover and through canyons. Overall this is a good quality, accurate, rugged gps system. If you are looking for routing.|
|Babbled||9:49pm on Monday, April 12th, 2010|
|I love this GPS, and plan to use it for many years to come. When coupled with City Navigator, topo, national park or other maps this unit really shines.|
|frances||3:26pm on Friday, April 2nd, 2010|
|Great GPS. Picks up satellites real quick and is very accurate. I use it for Geocaching and love the ablity to upload caches right from the website. This GPS (60 CSx) provided good directions most of the time.However, on a recent trip to Norfolk Virginia.|
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2. Use the ROCKER to move the highlight up, down, left, or right to the selection you want, and press ENTER to select the option. OR Press the soft key below the option you want to select.
To exit a menu or return to the previous setting:
Press QUIT. The QUIT key moves backward through your steps. Press QUIT repeatedly to return to the starting page.
To select an on-screen button:
On a page with on-screen buttons, use the ROCKER to highlight an on-screen button, and press ENTER. Press the soft key button below the soft key you want to select.
To select an option using soft keys:
1. From any page, press ADJ. The adjustment menu for the current page or selected function appears. 2. Press the data entry key that corresponds to the option you want to select. For numbers 10 and higher, press the rst digit, and then press the second digit within one second.
To select an option using data entry shortcut keys:
1. Use the ROCKER to highlight the data eld, and press ENTER. 2. Press up or down on the ROCKER to select characters. Press and release the ROCKER to move character by character through the list; press and hold the ROCKER to move rapidly through the list. 3. Press right on the ROCKER to move to the next character on the line or press left to move back to the previous character. Press left on the ROCKER from the rst character position to clear the eld. If there are more than two lines of data, keep pressing right on the ROCKER to go to the next line. 4. Press ENTER to accept data and move to the next eld.
To enter data in a data eld:
Not all data elds are programmable. When moving about a page with these elds, the highlight skips them.
Using Additional Map Data
The GPSMAP 2106/2110 comes standard with a built-in basemap showing cities, interstates, coastline detail, and U.S. Tide stations. Optional preprogrammed Garmin data cards and MapSource CD-ROMs enhance the versatility of your GPSMAP 2106/2110. With optional BlueChart cartography, you can access marine navaids, wrecks, obstructions, anchorage locations, shaded depth contours, intertidal zones, spot soundings, port plans, and more. The GPSMAP 2106/2110 supports Garmins new BlueChart g2 technology. This cartography features integrated mapping, 2-D or 3-D map perspective, tide and current data, improved IALA symbols, navaids, marinas, boat ramps, roads, and more. You can also access additional data including highly detailed coastal roads and points of interest such as restaurants, lodging, and local attractions. Full-color aerial photographs of ports, marinas, bridges, and navigational landmarks are also included on many preprogrammed BlueChart g2 data cards. See your Garmin dealer or visit the Garmin Web site (www.garmin.com) for more information on available preprogrammed Garmin data cards and other MapSource programs.
Viewing Additional Information (BlueChart Data Shown) GPSMAP 2106/2110 Owners Manual 11
BASIC OPERATION > FINDING AN ITEM
Finding an Item
Press FIND to search for items including waypoints, cities, geographic points, celestial information, tides, and currents. If you pan around on the map window and press FIND, the unit centers its search from the map pointer location. When using BlueChart, BlueChart g2, or MapSource data, your location or the map pointer must be within the map outline area to search for information from that area. To nd an item from your current location:
1. From any page, press FIND to open the Find From Current Position Page.
4. Some items have a Filter List button that allows you to enter letters or numbers of the item name. The search result shows only items matching the entered letters or numbers. Highlight the Filter List button, and press ENTER. Enter data, as needed, to narrow your search.
To nd an item from another location on the map:
1. Open the Map Page. Use the ROCKER to pan to the location you want, and then press FIND. The Find From (Location) Page appears. 2. Using the ROCKER, highlight a category, and press ENTER.
To view details about an item:
Highlight an item in the search results list, and press ENTER. The Review Page appears, showing item information, map location, chart name, distance/bearing, and options for creating a waypoint or viewing the next item in the search results list.
2. Highlight a category, and press ENTER. Select a subcategory, if necessary. 3. Some items have a By Name tab. For By Name, select the top eld to spell out the name, or scroll through the list.
Chart name Distance and bearing Soft keys
BASIC OPERATION > CREATING AND USING WAYPOINTS
Creating and Using Waypoints
The GPSMAP 2106/2110 stores up to 4,000 alphanumeric waypoints, each with a user-dened icon, comment, depth, and water temperature.
NOTE: If you are using a Garmin GSD 21 or GSD 22 sounder module, the Depth and Water Temp elds ll in automatically.
You can create waypoints using three basic methods: ENTER/MARKuse the ENTER/MARK key to quickly mark your current location. Graphicallyuse the map display to dene a new waypoint location. Manuallyenter new waypoint coordinates manually. Use the ENTER/MARK key to capture your current location (or pointer or map item location) to create a new waypoint. You must have a valid position x to mark your current location.
Enter location coordinates manually.
Creating a Waypoint from a Map Feature (BlueChart g2 Data shown)
Review Waypoint Page
1. Press and hold ADJ/MENU to open the Main Menu. 2. Highlight the Points tab. You can also mark your present location using the steps on page 13, and then proceed to step 4.
To create a new waypoint by entering position coordinates:
BASIC OPERATION > REVIEWING AND EDITING WAYPOINTS 3. Press the New Waypoint soft key. The Review Waypoint Page appears with the next available waypoint number and the receivers last known location as the default name and location. 4. Use the ROCKER to highlight the Position eld, and press ENTER. 5. Enter position coordinates using the ROCKER or data entry keys, and press ENTER. 6. To accept the waypoint with the default information, press the OK soft key OR To change any waypoint information, highlight the appropriate eld and press ENTER. After entering your changes, press the OK soft key.
Reviewing and Editing Waypoints
After you create a waypoint, you can modify, review, rename, move, or delete it using the Review Waypoint Page. This page shows waypoint details, and a map window that you can pan or zoom in and out. To access the Review Waypoint Page:
Use the ROCKER to highlight a waypoint on the Map Page, and press ENTER.
Two other options are available on the Review Waypoint Page: Add to Routeadds the new waypoint to the end of a route. Move Wpt (waypoint)moves or projects the waypoint to a new location on the map display.
1. Press the Add To Route soft key. The Select Route Page appears. 2. Highlight a route or New Route, and press ENTER. 3. Press the OK soft key to add the waypoint to the route.
1. Press and hold ADJ/MENU to open the Main Menu. Use the ROCKER to highlight the Points tab, and then highlight a waypoint from the list. 2. Press ENTER to open the Review Waypoint Page. NOTE: Additional information tabs do not appear in this mode.
Waypoint name Symbol Comment Position Coordinates Depth/water temp
To access the Review Waypoint Page from a waypoint list:
To add a new waypoint to a route:
For more information about using routes, see Creating and Using Routes, beginning on page 23.
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BASIC OPERATION > REVIEWING AND EDITING WAYPOINTS 1. Highlight the waypoint name eld, and press ENTER. 2. Use the ROCKER to enter a new name, and press ENTER.
To change the waypoint name:
9. Repeat steps 58 until all route points are entered. Press QUIT to return to the Route Page.
Navigating a Saved Route
After you create a route, press the NAV key to navigate it. You can follow a route in the same sequence as it was originally created, invert and follow the route from the end point back to the beginning point, or re-evaluate it.
1. From any page, press NAV, and then highlight Follow Route on the Navigation menu. 2. Press the Pick Saved soft key to select a saved route. The Select Route window opens. 3. Use the ROCKER to highlight the route you want to navigate, and press ENTER. The selected route is shown on the Map Page.
To navigate a saved route:
Use the Create QUICK soft key to create a quick route that you can begin navigating immediately.
1. Press NAV/MOB, and highlight Follow Route. 2. Press the Create QUICK soft key. 3. Use the map pointer to select a waypoint or map item, and press ENTER. As you add each new waypoint to the route, the data window at the top of the Map Page shows the waypoint or map item name, bearing and distance from your location, and coordinates of the map pointer. The bottom of the screen shows the number of available points. A route line appears on the map to indicate each completed leg, and a dotted line appears indicating the distance and bearing to the arrow pointer from the last route waypoint. 4. Repeat step 3 until you nish adding all route waypoints. 5. Press QUIT twice to start your quick nav route.
Creating a Quick NAV Route
To create and navigate a QUICK NAV route:
To stop navigating a route:
Press NAV, highlight Stop Navigation on the Navigation menu, and press ENTER.
The following options are available on the Navigation menu by pressing NAV while navigating a route: Invert Routereverses the route so you can follow it from the end point back to the beginning. Re-Evaluate Routerecalculates and reactivates the current route data; and it selects the route leg closest to your current location as the active leg (the active leg denes the current from and to waypoints).
To add or remove functions on a main page:
Map Page with Additional Functions Conguration Window
MAIN PAGES > CONFIGURING MAIN PAGES 1. Press and hold DATA/CNFG to open the Conguration window. 2. Using the ROCKER, highlight the Digital 1 or Digital 2 adjustment slider, and press ENTER. 3. Press up on the ROCKER to show larger text with fewer data elds; press down on the ROCKER to show smaller text with more data elds. As you adjust the data eld size, the congurable data elds automatically appear in the Digital 1 and Digital 2 lists. 4. Press QUIT to exit the slider adjustment. Press QUIT again to return to the main page.
To change the size of the Digital data elds:
To change Digital 1 or Digital 2 data elds:
1. Press and hold DATA/CNFG to open the Conguration window. 2. Highlight the data eld you want to change, and press ENTER.
Digital 2 with small data elds
Defaults soft key
Digital 1 with large data elds
3. Press up or down on the ROCKER to highlight the type of data you want to show, and press ENTER. 4. Press QUIT to exit.
To restore the factory default conguration:
1. Press and hold DATA/CNFG to open the Conguration window. 2. Press the Defaults soft key.
MAIN PAGES > USING FUNCTION WINDOWS
Using Function Windows
You can add a second function window to the Map Split Page.
Function Window Adjustments
Each active function window (except the Compass) has specic adjustment (ADJ key)/soft key options and main page features. You can use options from the adjustment menu or soft keys to access adjustments or features for the active (highlighted) function window. To show adjustment options for the active function window:
1. Press ADJ. The adjustment menu appears for the highlighted or active function window. 2. Press the data entry shortcut key, or use the ROCKER to highlight an option, and press ENTER.
Adjustment menu Active function window
Map Split Page with Highway Page
1. Press ADJ, press down on the ROCKER to highlight Function, and then press right to view the list of function windows. 2. Press up or down on the ROCKER to select the window, and then press ENTER. The active window is highlighted with a yellow box. NOTE: You can view only two windows at a time. Functions that are not available appear dimmed and cannot be selected.
To switch between function windows on a main page:
MAIN PAGES > MAP PAGE
Use the DATA key to view the main page in full-screen mode, without functions, the status bar, or Digital Data elds. Press DATA again to return to the previous view.
MAIN PAGES > USER PAGE 1 AND USER PAGE 2
Showing or Hiding Cartography
When using BlueChart g2 data, you can view the map on the Highway Page. To view the map on the Highway Page:
1. Press the Show Map soft key to show the map on the Highway Page.
Highway Page with Map Hidden
Show Map View on the Highway Page
2. Press Hide Map to return to the highway view.
MAIN MENU > GPS TAB
The Main Menu provides access to various waypoint, system, navigation and interface management, and setup menus in an easy-to-use tab format. The Main Menu is accessible from any page by pressing ADJ/MENU.
The GPS tab provides a visual reference of satellite acquisition, receiver status, and accuracy. The sky view and signal strength bars give you an indication of what satellites are visible to the receiver and whether or not they are being tracked. For more information about GPS, see pages 5-6. For more information about WAAS, see page 84.
Receiver status Sky view Signal strength bars Accuracy
Main Menu tabs
1. Press and hold ADJ/MENU to open the Main Menu. 2. Press up or down on the ROCKER to highlight the tab you want to view. (The highlight wraps around when you reach the top or bottom of the list.) The information for the highlighted tab automatically appears to the right. If you want to highlight any of the sub tabs, press left or right on the ROCKER, and then press up or down to select individual elds.
To select a tab from the Main Menu:
MAIN MENU > TIDE TAB
Use the Tide tab to view tide and current information. The Tide tab contains two sub tabs: Tide and Current.
in 1-hour increments. A solid, vertical line (with the local time at the top) indicates the tide height corresponding to the time shown in the local time box.
Max. level High tide curve Time bar Local time Current tide height bar
Current tide height
Low tide curve
Tide Sub Tab
The Tide sub tab contains a graphical chart that shows Tide Station information in a 24-hour span starting at midnight. You can choose from different dates and more than 3,000 Tide Stations around the U.S.A. coastline, Alaska, Hawaii, western Canada, and several of the Caribbean islands. The top of the Tide sub tab shows the Tide Station and the date. The bottom of the Tide sub tab shows the distance and bearing from your location. The bottom of the Tide chart shows a 24-hour block of local time for your location. Daylight (yellow bar) and nighttime (blue bar) at the Tide Station are shown across the time scale, with the time progressing from left to right (sunrise and sunset information might not be available for some Tide Stations). The solid, light vertical lines are in 4-hour increments, and the light, dotted vertical lines are
3. Select a Current Station from the list, and press ENTER. As you move the highlight over each Current Station in the list, the station is highlighted on the map window. The distance and bearing from your location to the highlighted station are shown at the bottom of the list.
MAIN MENU > CELESTIAL TAB 1. Highlight the For eld, and press ENTER to open the Find Currents Page. 2. Highlight Map Position, and press ENTER to open the Find Near Current Position Page. 3. Press up or down on the ROCKER to move the map pointer to a map location, and press ENTER. The Find Near Other Position Page shows a list of Current Stations near the selected map location. 4. Select a Current Station, and press ENTER. If the None Found message appears, repeat steps 13 until you nd a Current Station.
To select a Current Station from a map location:
The Celestial tab shows celestial data for sun and moon rise and set, moon phase, and the approximate sky view location of the sun and moon. The moon phase shows the current visible portion of the moon as a light color. You can show this data for your current location, a location from the map, or a Find item location. Also, you can select a different date and time, or use the current date and time. The timetables shown are based on your current time zone.
Sky view window Location Date/Time Sun/Moon event times
Viewing a Current Report Press the Show Report soft key on the Current sub tab to view a detailed report of all times and values for all the minimum and maximum current ows throughout the day, including Flood, Slack, and Max Ebb times and strengths.
The Celestial tab contains the following soft keys: Current Datepress to show Celestial information for todays date. North Up/Track Upxes the sky view display to a north heading or to the current track heading.
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MAIN MENU > TRIP TAB
To view celestial information for a different location:
1. On the Celestial tab, highlight the At eld, and press ENTER. The Find Celestial Information Page appears.
Map Datummanually select the datum reference used to determine a given location. The default setting is WGS 84. The unit automatically selects the best datum depending on your chosen position format. Datums are used to describe geographic locations for surveying, mapping, and navigation and are not actual maps built in the unit. Although more than 100 datums are available, you should change the datum only if you are using a map or chart that species a different datum.
WARNING: Selecting the wrong map datum can result in substantial position errors. When in doubt, use the default WGS 84 datum for best overall performance.
Temperatureset the units of measure for temperature in Fahrenheit (F) or Celsius (C). You must be receiving NMEA Sonar temperature data or using a Garmin Sonar Module for the Temperature to appear. Distance, Speed, and Elevationset the units of measure for distance, speed and elevation readouts in Nautical (nm, kt, ft), Nautical (nm, kt, m), Statute (mi, mh, ft), or Metric (km, kh, m) terms. Pressureset the units of measure you want to use for weather readouts in Inches Mercury (in), Millibars (mb), or Hectopascals (hPa). You must be using a Garmin weather product for this data to appear. Headingset the reference used in calculating heading information. You can select Auto Mag Var, True, Grid, and User Mag Var. Auto Mag Var provides magnetic north heading references that are automatically determined from your present location. True provides headings based on a true north reference. Grid provides headings based on a grid north reference. User Mag Var allows you to specify the magnetic variation at
your present location and provides magnetic north heading references based on the variation you enter.
WARNING: If you select User Mag Var, you must periodically update the magnetic variation as your location changes. When using this setting, the GPSMAP 2106/2110 unit does not automatically calculate and update the magnetic variation at your present location. Failure to update this setting can result in substantial differences between the information displayed on your unit and external references, such as a magnetic compass. 1. With the Heading eld set to User Mag Var, highlight the heading reference eld (immediately to the right), and press ENTER. 2. Enter the magnetic variation at your current location, and press ENTER.
Advanced NMEA Output Setup The GPSMAP 2106/2110 NMEA data transmission can be customized to change the precision of the Lat/Lon minutes, set up the waypoint IDs, and keep the output rate at two seconds. If the unit is set up to output all of the available NMEA sentences, the output rate may exceed two seconds.
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Use the Advanced NMEA Setup Page to turn the GPS status (GSA, GSV), Waypoint/Route (WPL, RTE), and the Garmin proprietary sentences on or off. Check any other equipments owners manual to see what sentences are required to be enabled for functionality. Lat/Lon Minutes Precision allows you to adjust the number of digits to the right of the decimal point for transmission of NMEA Output, either 2, 3, or 4 digits. Use the Waypoint ID setting to output the waypoint identiers as names or numbers.
Update Sub Tab
The Update sub tab shows the status of any software you are uploading to your unit.
Advanced NMEA Setup Page
1. Press the NMEA Setup soft key to open the Advanced NMEA Setup Page. 2. To change, enable, or disable NMEA output sentences, highlight the sentence, and press ENTER to select or clear the check box. Only selected sentences are output.
To change the advanced NMEA settings:
Updateupdates software on your unit. Prepare Cardupdates software for devices connected to your GPSMAP 2106/2110. When selected, information about your network installation is collected and saved to a data card. Use the data card with Marine Updater on your personal computer to download software updates for your system. Using Marine Updater, you can put all of the software updates on a data card. When you put the data card into the unit, it updates the software for all devices on the network. Check the Garmin Web site (www.garmin.com) for future updates and announcements.
MAIN MENU > NETWORK TAB AND PAGES TAB
The Network tab shows all devices connected to your GPSMAP 2106/2110, and the status of each. You can assign a name or identier to each device.
Use the Pages tab to change the page sequence, or add or remove pages.
To check the status of a device:
Use the ROCKER to highlight the device. The status of the network device is shown in the Status window.
1. Use the ROCKER to highlight the device, and then press ENTER to highlight the Name eld. 2. Use the ROCKER or data entry keys to enter a name for the device. 3. Press ENTER when nished.
To assign a name to a device on the network
1. Use the ROCKER to highlight the page you want to move in the Pages list. 2. Press the Move Up soft key to move the page up, or press the Move Down soft key to move the page down in the list. 3. Repeat steps 12 to change the page sequence for additional pages.
To change the page sequence:
MAIN MENU > MAP TAB 1. Press the Add Page soft key. 2. Highlight the page you want to add in the Unused Pages list, and press ENTER. The page is added to the Pages list and appears on the Pages menu when you press the ADJ key. Press the Move Up or Move Down soft key to change page sequence.
Built-in Mapturns the built-in basemap on or off. External Mapsturns all optional BlueChart g2 or MapSource data on the data card on or off. Use the Advanced soft key to show a list of the optional BlueChart or MapSource data loaded on the data card. Each map family (or type) is described by name and can be hidden if you do not want to show the data on the Map Page. To show the Advanced Map Card Setup:
1. Press the Advanced soft key to open the Advanced Map Card Setup window. 2. Use the ROCKER to highlight a map family in the Map Family Name list.
MAIN MENU > TEMP (TEMPERATURE) TAB 3. Press the Off soft key to select or hide the map family, or press the On soft key to show the map family. The map appears on the Map Page when a check mark appears in the box adjacent to the map. OR Press the Show All soft key to show all map families. Press the Show None soft key to clear all check boxes.
Temp (Temperature) Tab
The Temp tab displays the water temperature log (if equipped with a temperature sensing transducer or receiving NMEA Sonar temperature data). The chart reads from right to left, so that the most recent temperature measured appears on the far right side of the chart. The dotted grid lines within the chart indicate intervals in the temperature scale and the duration of time.
To view the notes or chart information for that map area, highlight the map name, and press ENTER. 5. Press the Chart Info soft key to view chart information. Press the Notes soft key to view chart notes. 6. To scroll through the notes, highlight the Notes elds, press ENTER, and use the ROCKER to scroll up, down, left, and right. 7. Press QUIT to exit.
Log and Graph Scalesets the temperature range (in degrees) for the log. Select Auto to have the unit automatically determine the best range, or select a span of 2, 4, 6, 8, or 10 degrees. Use the Reset button in Auto mode to reset the automatic range. Log Durationsets how fast or slow the temperature log scrolls (the shorter the time duration, the faster the temperature log scrolls). Select a duration from 1 minute to 2.5 hours.
MAIN MENU > SONAR TAB AND HIGHWAY TAB
The Sonar tab contains setup options for the Sonar Page. See the Using Sonar section on page 72 for more information.
Use the Highway tab to select whether waypoints and tracks are shown on the Highway Page. Use the ROCKER and the ENTER key to select or clear options.
Active Route Waypointsshow all active route waypoints. User Waypointsshow only nearby waypoints. Track Logshow current active track log. Saved Tracksshow any saved track logs.
Hard Structure Soft Structure
USING SONAR > SONAR PAGE
The Sonar Page is where your GPSMAP 2106/2110 becomes a powerful shnder/asher. If a GSD 20, GSD 21, or GSD 22 sounder module is not attached, the Sonar Page appears only when the GPSMAP 2106/2110 is in Simulator Mode or if the Sonar check box is selected on the System tab. To view the Sonar Page:
Press PAGE repeatedly until the Sonar Page appears.
Use the Fish Symbols option to view the actual sonar data, sh symbols, or a combination of both. Fish symbols appear as red. You can set the sonar display to show a split screen view of a zoomed portion of the sonar, split frequencies, bottom lock (display scaled from the bottom up) or a combination of these options. For example, you can choose to show dual frequency at a 2X zoom (Dual 2X) on one half and normal range dual frequency (Dual) returns on the other half. The display mode appears at the bottom of each sonar display.
The sonar function window contains a right-to-left moving sonar image of the water beneath your boat. Items appear as they pass under the transducer. The most recent data is shown on the right side of the screen. The right side of the screen contains a scale reecting the depth of the area being shown. The top-left corner shows the depth, water temperature, and speed through water (if equipped with a temperature or speed sensor).
Sonar Page with Split Screen
Conguring the Sonar Page
You can customize the Sonar page to t your navigational needs See Conguring Main Pages on page 31 for more information.
1. Open the Sonar Page, and then press and hold the DATA/CNFG key to open the Conguration window.
To add or remove functions on the Sonar Page:
Using the Flasher If you prefer the appearance of asher sonars, select the Flasher function on the Conguration window for the Sonar Page. It provides an almost instantaneous return of what is below your boat.
Sonar Page and Flasher
2. Using the ROCKER, highlight the function you want to add or remove, and press ENTER. Only functions with a check mark in the check box next to them appear on the Sonar Page.
The most intense, constant signal on the Flasher is the actual depth and bottom. The colors indicate the different strength of the signals. A soft bottom (such as silt or mud) creates as signal that is narrow and more faint. A hard bottom (such as sand or rock) creates a signal that is wider.
Graph Sub Tab
Use the Graph sub tab to select the color scheme, sh symbols, and scale.
Water Temp Sub Tab
The Water Temp sub tab enables you to control the temperature log (if your boat is equipped with a temperature transducer/sensor). The graph reads from right to left, so that the most recent temperature measured appears on the far-right side of the log. The dotted lines within the graph indicate intervals in the temperature scale and the duration of time.
The following settings are available: Log and Graph Scalesets the temperature range (in degrees) to display on the log and on the Sonar Pages. Select Auto to have the unit automatically determine the best range, or select a Span of 2, 4, 6, 8, or 10 degrees. Log Durationsets how fast or slow the temperature log scrolls (the shorter the time duration, the faster the temperature log scroll). Select a duration from 1 Minute to 2.5 Hours. 10 Minutes is the default. Temperature Logrecords the water temperature as you move through the water so that you can look for temperature changes over a period of time.
APPENDIX > SPECIFICATIONS
Size: GPSMAP 2106: 6.5" H x 10.3" W x 3.3" D (16.5 x 26.2 x 8.4 cm) GPSMAP 2210: 8.8" H x 13.1" W x 3.0" D (22.4 x 33.3 x 7.6 cm)
GPS Accuracy: Position: <15 meters (49 feet), 95% typical* Velocity: 0.05 meters/sec steady state WAAS Accuracy: Position: <3 meters (10 feet), 95% typical* Velocity: 0.05 meters/sec steady state Dynamics: 6gs
Weight: GPSMAP 2106: 3.0 lbs (1.4 kg) GPSMAP 2110: 5.0 lbs (2.3 kg) Display: GPSMAP 2106: 6.4" diagonal (16.3 cm) GPSMAP 2110: 10.4" diagonal (26.4 cm) High resolution, 256-color TFT (640 x 480 pixels), full VGA, with adjustable backlighting Case: Fully gasketed, high-impact plastic alloy, waterproof to IEC 60529-IPX 7 Temp. Range: 5F to 122F (-15C to 50C)
Source: 10-33 V DC Usage: 25 watts max. at 10 V DC Fuse: AGC-3 - 3.0 Amp
GPS Performance (with GPS 17)
Acquisition Times: Warm: Approx. 15 seconds Cold: Approx. 45 seconds AutoLocate: Approx. 2 minutes Update Rate: 1/second, continuous
Receiver: Differential-ready 12 parallel channel WAAS-capable receiver
APPENDIX > INSTALLING AND REMOVING DATA CARDS
The GPSMAP 2106/2110 uses optional Garmin BlueChart and MapSource data cards. You can use optional preprogrammed BlueChart g2 data cards. Insert data cards in the card slots located on the left side of the unit. You can install or remove data cards at any time, whether the unit is on or off. To install a data card:
LORAN TD Feature
How Can Garmin Help You with DSC?
To receive Distress Calls or Position Reports, you must have a DSC-equipped chartplotter as well as a VHF radio with DSC support. During normal, nonemergency Position Report communication, Channel 70 (156.525 MHz) has been set aside as the VHF/DSC digital call channel. For a Distress Call, a mariner presses the MayDay button on the VHF radio. The call transmits on an emergency channel with the MMSI number attached to the call (if you have DSC support). Any DSC-equipped mariner (on sea or land) within range can receive the call.
The LORAN TD (Time Delay) feature eases the transition from using LORAN to using GPS. The GPSMAP unit automatically converts GPS coordinates to LORAN TD for those who have a collection of LORAN xes for favorite shing spots and other waypoints recorded as TDs. You can show your position as a TD or enter waypoints as TDs. The expected accuracy from this conversion is approximately 30 meters. When the unit is placed in the LORAN TD format mode, it simulates the operation of a LORAN receiver. Position coordinates can be displayed as TDs, and you can use all navigation functions as if the unit was actually receiving LORAN signals.
Using the LORAN TD Format
When creating new waypoints using LORAN TD coordinates, you must set the correct LORAN chain number and secondary stations in the Setup TD eld before storing a waypoint. You must have the correct chain number and the secondary station identiers to use this option correctly. These values vary for each coordinate set or geographical location. Failure to enter correct information could result in inaccuracies for the desired destination. After the waypoint is stored in the units memory, it always references the LORAN chain number and secondary stations currently selected in the Setup TD eld. If you enter a different LORAN chain number, change the secondary stations or offsets in the Setup TD eld, the active waypoint information reects those changes. Because
APPENDIX > CARING FOR THE GPSMAP 2106/2110
the GPSMAP 2106/2110 unit does not rely on the LORAN signal for navigation, it can reference a different GRI chain or secondary stations and still navigate to the location stored in memory. The LORAN Position Format eld is located on the Units sub tab on the Main MenuSystem tab. The Loran TD Setup window contains the elds to select the LORAN Chain Number, Primary and Secondary Stations, and TD Offsets.
For worldwide capability in an affordable "big picture" chartplotter, this is the GPSMAP series for you. The GPSMAP 2106 large-format, non-network navigator offers great picture clarity and readability, even in direct sunlight. An enhanced worldwide basemap depicts shorelines, highways and surface features in rich, colorful detail - while GPS tracks your position with graphical bearing and course guidance. Although not preloaded with detailed cartography, the units will accept the new BlueChart g2 series data cards. This new generation of BlueChart features a smoother layering and better integration of map graphics for easy panning, scrolling and zooming. It also offers a choice between a 3D "mariner's-eye-view", or the familiar 2D direct-overhead view - to help you better visualize your way around busy harbors, navaids or tricky coastlines.
|Product Type||GPS receiver|
|Compatible GPS Software||MapSource BlueChart|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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