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Garmin Gpsmap 3005C Installation Instructions Rev. A, Sep, 2008
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Reviewing and Editing Waypoints.. 15 Moving a Waypoint... 16 Using Waypoint Lists... 16 User Waypoints... 17 Proximity Waypoints... 18 Navigating to a Destination... 19 Selecting a Map Item Go To Destination.. 19 Follow Track and TracBack Navigation.. 20 TracBack Tips... 22 Man OverBoard (MOB)... 22 Creating and Using Routes... 23 Creating a New Route.. 23. Navigating a Saved Route... 24 Creating a Quick NAV Route... 25 Copying a Route... 25 Deleting a Route... 25 Editing a Route... 25 Planning Routes.... 28
Configuring Main Pages... 30 Using Function Windows.. 32 Function Window Adjustments... 32 Viewing a Main Page in Full-Screen Mode.. 33 Map Page... 33. Using the Map Pointer.. 34 Selecting Map Ranges.. 35 Cartography... 35 Map Page Options... 36 Map Split Page.. 38 Compass Page... 38.
Introduction > Table of Contents 3D Highway Page.. 39 Changing the Highway Perspective Range.. 40 3D Highway Page Options.. 40 Showing or Hiding Map Details.. 40 Map Tab... 64 AIS Sub Tab... 67 Radar Tab... 68 Temp (Temperature) Tab... 69 Sonar Tab... 69 Highway Tab... 70 XM Tab... 70 Using Favorites... 71
GPS Tab... 41 Tide Tab... 42 Tide Sub Tab.... 42 Current Sub Tab.... 44 Celestial Tab... 45 Trip Tab... 46 Weather Tab... 47 Points Tab... 47 Routes Tab... 48 Tracks Tab... 49 DSC (Digital Selective Calling) Tab.. 50 Understanding DSC Distress Calls.. 51 Understanding Position Reports.. 51 Review DSC Waypoint... 51 Setting Up DSC.... 52 Using the NAV Key... 52 Card Tab.... 53 Messages Tab... 54 Viewing Detailed Message Information.. 54 Alarms Tab... 55 System Alarms... 55 Sonar Alarms*... 56 Weather Alarms**... 56 System Tab.... 57 Update Sub Tab... 62 Network Tab... 62 Pages Tab... 63
Understanding Sonar... 72 Using Dual Frequency.. 72 Using Dual Beam... 72. Understanding the Sonar Display.. 73 Sonar Page.... 74. Configuring the Sonar Page... 75 Using the Sonar Adjustment Menu.. 76 Using the Pointer on the Sonar Page.. 77 Marking an Underwater Waypoint.. 78 Sonar Tab... 78 General Sub Tab... 78 Graph Sub Tab... 79 Water Temp Sub Tab... 80 Customizing Preset Weather Displays.. 81 Weather Tab... 83 Marine Bulletins Sub Tab.. 83 Understanding Radar... 84 Understanding the Radar Display.. 85
To add points to a route:
Route leg to change
3. Press the Add soft key. The color of the selected route leg changes to magenta and the word ADD appears below the map pointer. 4. Use the ROCKER to drag the map pointer to the location where you want to add a route point. 5. Press ENTER to add the point to the route.
1. On the Routes tab, highlight the route you want to edit, and press ENTER. The map window opens showing the selected route. 2. Select the point you want to remove from the route, and press the Remove soft key. 1. On the Routes tab, highlight the route you want to edit, and press ENTER. The map window opens showing the selected route. 2. Use the ROCKER to highlight a point to review (waypoint or map item). 3. Press the Move soft key to move the selected point. The word MOVE appears below the map pointer.
To remove a point from a route:
To edit a route using the map window:
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4. Use the ROCKER to drag the map pointer to the location where you want to move the route point, and then press ENTER to move the route point.
3. Press QUIT to return to the Route List.
To change the data column (Plan Route feature):
1. On the Route list, highlight the adjustment button to the right of the Course column header, and press ENTER. The middle title is highlighted.
You can enter information such as your speed, departure time, fuel flow, and departure date so your GPSMAP 3005C can estimate information about your trip. To plan your route:
1. Press the Plan soft key on the Route list to open the Plan Route window. 2. Enter planning data for speed and fuel flow. You can also enter the date and time of your departure. As you enter planning information, the fields on the Route list are automatically calculated. NOTE: Fuel flow rates are measured in units per hour. System setting changes for units of measure (statute, nautical, or metric) do not affect the fuel flow measure. You should enter fuel flow rates based on available information for your boat (operators manual, performance specifications) and note the units of measure (gallons, liters, and so on).
2. Press left or right on the ROCKER to select one of eight available planning features, including ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival at point), Fuel (to point), Leg Dist, Leg Fuel, Leg Time, Sunrise, Sunset (at point location), and Time To (point). The unit automatically recalculates each waypoint in the route based on the planning feature selected. 3. Press ENTER when you are finished.
Main Pages > Overview
The GPSMAP 3005C has four main pages that are always available by default: Map Page, Map Split Page, Compass Page, and 3D Highway Page. Press PAGE to cycle through the main pages in order. If you have a GSD 20, GSD 21, or GSD 22 with transducer connected to the GPSMAP 3005C, the Sonar Page is added to the page sequence. When the unit is turned on, the Map Page appears. As you add optional hardware to the GPSMAP 3005C or Garmin Marine Network, additional main pages, functions, or adjustments may appear automatically. For specific information about additional main page operations, refer to the documentation that comes with the optional hardware.
Main Pages > Map Split Page and Compass Page
Use the Map Split Page to view two pages at the same time. You can show two different views of the Map Page, or show a split view of the Map and 3D Highway Pages. If you have a Garmin sonar module connected, you can set up the Map Split Page to show the Map Page and Sonar Page; if you have a Garmin Marine radar connected, you can view both the Map Page and the Radar Page.
The GPSMAP 3005C features two different navigation pages: Compass and 3D Highway. When you are following a route or TracBack, the Compass Page guides you to your destination with digital readouts and a compass display, which includes a Bearing Pointer.
Direction of travel (red line) Data fields
1. Open the Map Split Page, and then press and hold the DATA/CNFG key to open the Functions window. 2. Select the pages and options you want to show on the Map Split Page. 3. Press QUIT to close the Functions window and return to the Map Split Page.
To configure the Map Split Page:
Main Pages > 3D Highway Page
Along the right side of the screen are the default data fields; the top field is speed. Also shown are the distance to your waypoint (DIST NEXT) and estimated time en route (ETE NEXT). The distance and en route time decrease as you near your destination. The Bearing Pointer or Compass Ring may point in various directions when you are stationary or at very low speeds. When you start moving, the pointer is correct. You can customize the Compass Page to show other functions and different sizes or types of Digital Data fields. See Configuring Main Pages on page 30 for more information.
Current nav point Desired track line Route waypoint Current location
As you head toward your destination, the highway perspective moves to indicate your progress to the waypoint and which direction you should steer to stay on course. If you are navigating a route, the 3D Highway Page shows each route waypoint in sequence connected by a magenta road with a line down the
For the compass to work, the GPS must be moving. When you are moving, the orange Bearing Pointer points toward your destination, while the Compass Ring reflects the direction you are traveling by a red vertical line at the top of the Compass Ring. When you are headed directly toward your destination, the Bearing Pointer points toward the top of the screen, aligned with the red vertical line at the top of the Compass Ring. If you are not heading toward your destination, the Bearing Pointer turns, continuing to point toward your destination. To head toward your destination, turn until the Bearing Pointer is aligned with the red vertical line in the Compass Ring.
The bottom of each chart shows a 24-hour block of local time for your location. Day (yellow bar) and night (blue bar) at the Current Station appear across the time scale, with the time progressing from left to right (sunrise and sunset information may not be available for some stations). The solid, light vertical lines are in 4-hour increments, and the light, dotted vertical lines are in 1-hour increments. A solid, vertical line (with the local time at the top) indicates the strength of the current that corresponds to the time shown in the local time box. To select the Current Station nearest to your location:
1. Highlight the For field, and press ENTER to open the Find Currents Page. 2. Highlight Current Position, and press ENTER to open the Find Near Current Position Page.
Main Menu The Current sub tab contains two charts, one for speed and one for direction. The top chart is the speed chart, which shows the speed of a given current at any point during the day. The shaded area is blue (Flood Current) when the current is heading toward shore; the shaded area is red (Ebb Current) when the current is heading away from shore. The bottom chart is the direction chart, which shows the direction of the current at any given point during the day (based on the north reference, not true north.)
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 field, 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 find a Current Station.
To review a call or log entry:
Review DSC Waypoint
The Review DSC Waypoint Page operates similarly to the Distress Page and Position Report Page. From this page you can also delete the displayed call. On the DSC Review Waypoint Page, press the Delete soft key to delete the entry, or press the Create Wpt soft key to create a waypoint.
Understanding Position Reports
The position report operates similarly to the distress call. This type of contact is like a phone call; no emergency alarms are set off, and the call is specific to the receiver. Position reports are not broadcast to all DSC users and appear with a gold boat icon. Call List Sub Tab The Call List sub tab shows the 100 most recent calls, even if the unit is left unattended. You can select any entry from the Call List to show an Entry Review. Log Sub Tab When DSC calls are received, they are automatically stored in the log, with the latest call at the top. The unit can store up to 100 calls; after 100 calls are received, the oldest is removed when a new call is received. The Call List and Log sub tabs both show the call type, date/time, position, and MMSI/Name. Pressing the Sort By (Call) Type, Sort By Time, Sort By Name, Delete (only after highlighting a particular call), and Delete All soft keys allows you to sort and delete calls.
DSC Directory The DSC Directory acts like a phone book and can save up to 100 contacts. The directory lists all contacts by name and MMSI number. Press ADJ from this page to delete a highlighted entry or delete all entries.
1. Press the New Item soft key. The Directory Item Review window allows you to enter information of a known contact. 2. Highlight the MMSI, Name, or Comment field, and press ENTER. 3. Press up or down on the ROCKER to enter information, and press ENTER.
Setting Up DSC
Use the DSC Setup sub tab to turn DSC on and off. If you have more than one chartplotter and you only want DSC to show on one chartplotter, turn off DSC on all units but one. You can use the Setup sub tab to simulate distress calls or position reports on this page while the unit is in Simulator Mode (page 7). Press either the Sim Dstrs Call or Sim Posn Rpt soft key to simulate a Distress Call or a Position Report. This is helpful practice before connecting to the real system. The Distress Call simulator also helps to determine whether alarms are working properly.
To add a new directory item:
4. Press the OK soft key to save the entry.
After creating a New Directory Item entry, the name created is attached to that particular MMSI number. If you return to the log, the new name appears under the corresponding MMSI number. Another way to enter a name is from the Entry Review Page or the DSC Distress Call or DSC Position Report pages. The Name field is only available in the GPS. Names cannot be sent like the MMSI numbers to other DSC users.
DSC Setup (Simulator Mode Shown)
Use the Sea Surface sub tab to view weather data from buoys nearest to your current location or another specified location.
1. Press and hold ADJ/MENU to open the Main Menu. 2. Press up or down on the ROCKER to highlight the Weather tab. 3. Press QUIT to exit the Main Menu and return to the previous page.
Use the Marine Bulletins sub tab to view marine bulletins nearest your current location.
Forecast Map Sub Tab
The Current sub tab shows current weather conditions observed at a weather data location closest to your current location or to any other city, waypoint, or location you select. It also shows the time at which the observation was made.
The Forecast Map sub tab shows fronts, high and low pressure centers, and city conditions.
Use the Setup sub tab to customize preset weather displays and view legends for all weather conditions.
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To access the Weather tab:
Marine Bulletins Sub Tab
Using Radar > Understanding Radar
This section covers the features and operation of the GMR 20/40 GMR 21/41, or GMR 404/406 marine radar when networked with your GPSMAP 3005C. Read the installation instructions included with your Garmin marine radar to install and configure your GMR 20/40 GMR 21/41, or GMR 404/406.
NOTE: You must have a GMR 20/40, GMR 21/41, or GMR 404/406 marine radar installed and connected to your GPSMAP 3005C to use the radar features.
As a safety feature, the radar enters standby mode after it warms up. This gives the operator an opportunity to verify that the area around the scanner is clear before beginning radar transmission. It is important to remember that the microwave energy transmitted by the scanner can potentially be dangerous.
Caution: The marine radar transmits microwave energy that has the potential to be harmful to humans and animals. Before beginning radar transmission, verify that the area around the radar is clear. The radar transmits a beam approximately 12 above and below a line extending horizontally from the center of the scanner. Avoid looking directly at the scanner, because the eyes are the most susceptible part of the body.
The Garmin marine radar transmits a narrow beam of microwave energy in a rotating 360 pattern. When the transmitted energy contacts a target, some of that energy is reflected and returned to the scanner. The scanner collects the returned energy for processing and display. Your GMR 20/40, GMR 21/41, or GMR 404/406 is operated and adjusted using controls on your GPSMAP 3005C. You can view radar data on the Radar Page or as an overlay on the Map Page. All radar controls are accessible from both pages. When you turn on the radar, the status bar shows the message Radar Warming Up with a countdown to Standby Mode. The countdown also appears in the middle of the Radar Page. When the countdown reaches 0 (zero), the Hold FCTN to transmit message appears. Radar
When the area surrounding the scanner is clear, press and hold the FCTN key. The message Do you want to begin radar transmission? is shown. Select Yes, and then press ENTER.
Using Radar> Understanding Radar
Before transmission begins, the message Spinning Up is shown while the radar antenna reaches nominal rotation speed. After the message disappears, the radar begins painting an image.
Understanding the Radar Display
The Radar Page shows a status bar along the top, user-configurable digital navigation data down the right side, a Heading Line, and Range Rings. Soft keys that allow quick access to radar functions and setting changes appear along the bottom of the page.
Using Range Rings Use the Range Rings to quickly determine the distance to a target. The lowerright corner of the screen contains two scales. The scale value represents the distance from the center of the radar display to the outermost complete ring. The top scale represents this value. The bottom scale represents the ring separation or the distance between the Range Rings. Use the RANGE keys to zoom in or out. The tick marks on the Range Rings are arranged with major tick marks at 30 degree increments and minor tick marks every five degrees. The tick marks can help in quickly determining the azimuth to a target
Range Rings 1/2 nm
To access and change a setting on the Radar tab:
1. Press the Radar Options soft key. 2. Press the Hide Radar soft key. The radar overlay is hidden.
Using Radar> Radar Tab
Use the General sub tab to select orientation, timed transmit, and cross-talk rejection. The available General sub tab options are: Orientationsets the orientation of the Radar Page display. The settings are Heading Up, North Up, or Course Up. North Indicatortoggles the north indicator arrow on or off. Timed Transmitused to save power, usually while at anchor. When Timed Transmit is On, the radar uses the settings in Timed Transmit XMIT Time and Timed Transmit STBY Time fields. When Timed Transmit is Off, these fields are unavailable. Timed Transmit XMIT Timesets the amount of time (in minutes) for which the radar transmits. For example, if set to 01 min, the radar transmits for one minute before switching to standby for the amount of time entered in the Timed Transmit STBY Time field. Timed Transmit STBY Timesets the amount of time (in minutes) that the radar is in standby mode. For example, if set to 10 min, the radar is in standby mode for 10 minutes before switching to transmission for the amount of time entered in the Timed Transmit XMIT Time field. When the radar is in standby mode, the scanner does not rotate or transmit; however, power is still applied to the Magnetron, eliminating the need for a warm-up cycle. Cross-talk Rejectiontoggles cross-talk rejection on or off. Radar crosstalk may occur when two or more radar equipped vessels are operating in proximity to one another. Cross-talk rejection automatically filters out the cross-talk interference.
Display Sub Tab
Use the Display sub tab to adjust settings for: Center Offset, Rings, Background, Heading Line, Bearing Reference, and Navigation Features.
The available Display sub tab options are: Center Offsetsets your location on the screen. Center places your current location in the center of the screen. Look Ahead shifts your current location toward the bottom of the screen, allowing you to view an area farther ahead. Auto Shift adjusts your location on the screen according to the current speed. Ringstoggles the radar rings on or off. Backgroundsets the background color for the Radar Page. Available options are Black, Blue, or White. Heading Linetoggles the heading line on or off.
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Using Radar > Radar Tab
Bearing Referencesets your bearing, either Absolute or Relative. Relative calculates the bearing relative to the vessel heading. Absolute calculates the bearing referring to North. Navigation Featuresallows you to show or hide navigational features on the Radar Page. Use the ROCKER and the ENTER key to select or clear options. Waypointsshow user waypoints on the Radar Page. show a bearing line on the Radar Page. The bearing Bearing Line line appears as a line from your current position to the active destination waypoint, similar to a traditional lollipop. Course Lineshow a course line from your starting point to the active destination waypoint, which is similar to navigation on a map.
The available MARPA sub tab options are: Vector Lengthpredicts the targets approximate position at a set time interval. This setting determines the length of the Vector Line, based on the time interval setting and the targets speed. The time interval settings range from.05 minutes to 60 minutes. Target Historyis a trail showing a targets movement. Target History can be turned On or Off. Own Vessel Safe Zoneis a circular area defined by a range setting that is centered on your own vessel. If a target enters the defined area an alarm is sounded. The Safe Zone can be set to a distance between.01 and 2 nautical miles. Time To Safe Zonesounds an alarm if MARPA determines that a target will intersect the Own Vessel Safe Zone within the defined time interval. The time interval settings range from 3 to 24 minutes. Safe Zone Ringdisplays a ring on the Radar Page depicting the Own Vessel Safe Zone. Velocity Referencehas two settings, Absolute and Relative. This setting determines how speed and direction are displayed on the MARPA list. Relative calculates target speed and direction relative to your own. Absolute shows the targets actual speed.
MARPA Sub Tab
The MARPA sub tab contains settings for Vector Length, Target History, Own Vessel Safe Zone, Time To Safe Zone, Safe Ring Zone, and Velocity Reference.
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Advanced Sub Tab
Use the Advanced sub tab to set AFC mode, front of boat offset and antenna size.
NOTE: The Antenna Size field is available only if you are using a GMR404/406 marine radar.
4. Press up or down on the ROCKER to adjust the scanner frequency. 5. Press ENTER to accept the frequency change. Note: The Signal Strength bar graph is damped and may be slow when responding to frequency tuning changes.
To install the data card:
If you insert a data card and get a card format not recognized message, remove the card and reinsert it. If the card is still not recognized, contact Garmin Product Support or your Garmin dealer for assistance.
NOTE: Data cards are not waterproof, should not be exposed to moisture or excessive static charges, and should be stored in the case supplied with the card. Data cards are a Garmin proprietary device and are not interchangeable with the SD cards used for Garmin g2 Vision mapping data.
1. Open the data card door by sliding the door in the direction of the arrow, and lift the door open from left to right. 2. Grasp the card handle and pull out firmly. 3. If the unit is on, a confirmation tone sounds when the data card is removed.
To remove a data card:
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The first time you insert a data card, the unit takes a few seconds to read the card. After the data card is read, a summary page appears. Press ENTER to acknowledge.
Appendix > Satellite Information and What is WAAS/EGNOS?
What is WAAS/EGNOS?
Center dot - 90 above the horizon Inner ring- 45 above the horizon Outer ring the horizon
The Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) is an FAA-funded service to improve the overall integrity of the GPS signal for users in North America. In Europe, WAAS is referred to as EGNOS. The system is made up of satellites and approximately 25 ground reference stations positioned across the United States that monitor GPS satellite data. Two master stations, located on either coast, collect data from the reference stations and create a GPS data correction message. According to the FAAs Web site, testing of WAAS in September 2002 confirmed an accuracy performance of 12 meters horizontal and 23 meters vertical throughout the majority of the continental United States and portions of Alaska. WAAS is just one service provider that adheres to the Minimum Operational Performance Standard (MOPS) for global Satellite Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS). Eventually there will be several services of worldwide geostationary communication satellites that broadcast integrity information and differential correction data as transmitted by ground reference stations. All SBAS systems use the same receiver frequency; therefore any operational SBAS system should be capable of providing your GPS unit with increased accuracy at any location in the world. Currently, enabling WAAS on your GPSMAP 3005C in regions that are not supported by ground stations might not improve accuracy, even when receiving signals from an SBAS satellite. In fact, it can degrade the accuracy to less than that provided by GPS satellites alone. For this reason, when you enable WAAS on your Garmin GPS receiver, the receiver automatically uses the method that achieves the best accuracy. For more information, go to http://gps.faa.gov.
Time to Destthe estimated time required to reach a Go To destination or the final waypoint in a route. Time to Nextthe estimated time required to reach a Go To destination or the next waypoint in a route. To Coursethe recommended direction to steer to reduce course error or stay on course. Provides the most efficient heading to get back to the course and proceed along your route. Trackthe direction of movement relative to the ground. Also known as ground track. Trip Odometera running tally of distance traveled since the last reset. See also Odometer. Total Average Speedthe average speed of the unit for both moving and stopped speeds since the last timer reset. Total Trip Timertotal time the unit has been in operation since the last reset of the trip timers. Turnthe angle difference between the bearing to your destination and your current track. L indicates you should turn left; R indicates you should turn right.
VMG (Velocity Made Good)the speed at which you are closing in on a destination along a course. Also referred to as the vector velocity to your destination. Voltagethe current voltage reading being received by unit. Water Speedthe speed through the water. This field is active only if the GPSMAP 3005C is receiving speed readings from a NMEA device or a Garmin Sounder Module. Water Tempthe water temperature. This field is active only if the GPSMAP 3005C is receiving temp readings from a NMEA device or a Garmin Sounder Module. Waypoint Destinationthe final waypoint in the route or the destination waypoint. Waypoint Nextthe next waypoint in the route.
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Appendix > Messages and Alarms
Messages and Alarms
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The GPSMAP 3005C uses an on-screen message system to notify you of events and alerts you to problems. Press QUIT to acknowledge the message. Accuracy Alarmthe GPS accuracy has fallen outside of the user-set value. Alarm Clockthe alarm clock has sounded. Anchor Drag Alarmyou have drifted out of the specified distance range. Approaching Turnyou are nearing a turn in a route. Approaching <Waypoint>you are a specified distance from a destination waypoint. Arrival At <Waypoint>you have arrived at the destination waypoint. Battery Alarmbattery voltage has fallen below the value specified in the Battery field on the Alarms tab. Battery Voltage Is Too Hightoo much input voltage; the unit will shut off in 10 seconds. Decrease the input voltage to less than 32 volts. Boat is not Moving Fast Enough to Calibratethe boat is not moving fast enough for the speed wheel to provide a valid speed. Cant Read User Carderror reading card; remove and reinsert. Contact your dealer or Garmin Product Support if the problem persists. Cant Read Voltages That High, Limited To Top Of Rangevoltage range must be between 10.0 and 35.0 volts for the GPSMAP 3005C. Cant Read Voltages That Low, Limited To Bottom Of Rangevoltage range must be between 10.0 and 35.0 volts for the GPSMAP 3005C. Cant Send Waypointthe unit cannot transmit the waypoint using the NMEA WPL sentence. Check the wiring. Cant Unlock Mapsthe data on the data card is not unlocked for the unit. Contact your dealer or Garmin Product Support.
Sonar Service Lostthe external sonar device you were connected to has either been disconnected, or the GPSMAP 3005C has lost communication with the sonar device for some other reason. Timer Alarmthe Timer has reached 00:00:00. Track Already Exists: <track name>you entered a saved track name that already exists in memory. Modify the track name or delete the existing track. Track Memory Is Full, Cant Create Trackthe track log memory is full. No additional track log data can be stored without deleting old data. Track Truncateda complete uploaded track does not fit into memory. The oldest track log points were deleted to make space for the most recent data. Transducer Disconnected, Sonar Turned Offno transducer is attached, the cable/transducer is bad, or the transducer cable was disconnected. If the transducer cable is removed while the unit is on, reconnect and cycle power. Transfer Completethe unit has finished uploading or downloading information to the connected device. User Card Not Foundyou attempted to transfer user data without a data card in the data card slot. Water Speed Sensor is not Workingthe speed sensor is not detected. Check the connections. Water Temperature Alarmsonar has reported a temperature above, below, inside, or outside the specified values. Waypoint Already Exists: <Waypoint>you entered a waypoint name that already exists in memory. Modify the waypoint name or delete the existing waypoint. Waypoint Memory Is Full Cant Create Waypointyou have used all 4,000 waypoints available. Delete unwanted waypoints to make space for new entries.
Appendix > Optional Accessories
The following accessories are designed to enhance the operation of your GPSMAP 3005C chartplotter. To obtain replacement parts and optional accessories, contact your Garmin Dealer, Garmin Product Support in the U.S.A. at 800-800-1020, or Garmin Europe at 44-0870-8501241.
WARNING: Garmin accessories have been designed and specifically tested for use with Garmin products. Accessories offered by other manufacturers have not been tested or approved for use with Garmin products. Use of such accessories could cause damage to the GPSMAP 3005C and void the warranty.
GMR 20/40, GMR 21/41, and GMR 404/406 Marine Radaradds important radar information to the GPSMAP 3005C. MapSource Software CD-ROMsenhances the basemap and creates waypoints and routes from your computer. MapSource offers several detailed mapping options that are compatible with the GPSMAP 3005C, including BlueChart. Marine Network Cables (RJ45)connect your Garmin Marine Network devices. Marine Data Management Kitallows you to archive data, plan routes, and stay on top of software updates for your GPSMAP 3005C using your PC. The software includes a marine updater application, which links you to the Garmin Web site for free software updates for your GPSMAP 3005C. This application works with the Garmin Marine Network, enabling you to update every component of your system. Programmable Data Cardsblank data cards are available in 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, and 128 MB sizes. Download street-level map detail, points of interest, business addresses and phone numbers, marine data, topographical information, and more from MapSource CD-ROMs to a data card, either directly through your GPSMAP 3005C using the PC Interface Cable, or with the Data Card Programmer. USB Data Card Programmerprograms blank data cards at high speed through a PC. Pre-Programmed Data Cardsdata cards that are pre-programmed with either Garmin BlueChart or Fishing Hot Spots map data. Appendix
Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
Hereby, Garmin, declares that this GPSMAP 3005C is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. To view the full Declaration of Conformity, see the Garmin Web site for your Garmin product: www.garmin.com/products/gpsmap3005c/. Click Manuals, and then select the Declaration of Conformity link.
XM Satellite Radio Service Agreement
XM Satellite Radio Inc.
Hardware and required monthly subscription sold separately. Subscription fee is consumer only. Other fees and taxes, including a one-time activation fee may apply. All programming fees and weather data subject to change. XM WX weather data displays and individual product availability vary by hardware equipment. Reception of the XM signal may vary depending on location. Subscriptions subject to Customer Agreement included with the XM Welcome Kit and available at xmradio.com. Available only in the 48 contiguous United States. XM WX is a trademark of XM Satellite Radio Inc.
Industry Canada Compliance
Category I radiocommunication devices comply with Industry Canada Standard RSS-210. Category II radiocommunication devices comply with Industry Canada Standard RSS-310.
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Appendix > Weather Data Warranty
Weather Data Warranty
b) LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSSES RELATING TO THE USE OF THE RADIO SERVICE, WHETHER BASED ON NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE. OUR TOTAL LIABILITY TO YOU AND ANY OTHER PERSONS RECEIVING OUR SERVICES, REGARDLESS OF THE CAUSE, WILL IN NO EVENT EXCEED THE AMOUNTS THAT YOU HAVE PAID TO US FOR THE SERVICE THAT YOU RECEIVED DURING THE SIX (6) MONTH PERIOD IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO THE SPECIFIC EVENT THAT GAVE RISE TO THE APPLICABLE DAMAGE OR LOSS. THIS ALLOCATION OF RISK IS REFLECTED IN OUR PRICES. YOU MAY HAVE GREATER RIGHTS THAN DESCRIBED ABOVE UNDER YOUR STATES LAWS This product was developed using DAFIF, a product of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. This product has not been endorsed or otherwise approved by the National GeospatialIntelligence Agency, or the United States Department of Defense (10 U.S.C. 425) a. Under 10 U.S.C. 456, no civil action may be brought against the United States on the basis of the content of a navigational aid prepared or disseminated by either the former Defense Mapping Agency (DMA), National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA), or the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). b. The DAFIF product is provided as is, and no warranty, express or implied, including, but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for particular purpose or arising by statute or otherwise in law or from a course of dealing or usage in trade, is made by NGA as to the accuracy and functioning of the product. c. Neither NGA nor its personnel will be liable for any claims, losses, or damages arising from or connected with the use of this product. The user agrees to hold harmless the United States National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. The users sole and exclusive remedy is to stop using the DAFIF product.
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