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Garmin Gpsmap 3006C Installation Instruction
Garmin Gpsmap 3006c/3010C Installation Instructions Rev. A, Sep, 2008
Garmin Gpsmap 3006C Install Guide
Garmin Gpsmap 3006c/3010C Declaration Of Conformity Rev. A, Sep, 2004
Garmin Gpsmap 3006C-3010C
Garmin Gpsmap 3006C
User reviews and opinions
|jkumph||8:55am on Saturday, October 30th, 2010|
|Easy to connect to GPS device ; Operational None that I could honestly describe Great to charge unit in the field. Heavy duty cable, plugs in to water proof connectors none that i can see|
|KurtVdB||9:20am on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010|
|The first time I used it was for a trip I go on every year and know the best route. This GPS had me going roads that were foreign to me.|
|Grap||6:21am on Wednesday, August 4th, 2010|
|Garmin makes GPS products I can rely upon. Compact","Easy To Read","Easy To Set Up","Reliable Performance","Simple Controls It fits.Would have liked to have purchased it in a different color than black Compact|
|billbilly||7:03am on Sunday, July 25th, 2010|
|1. Fantastic display. The 5" is large enough to view & interpret in a millisecond. PROS: VERY INTUITIVE, LIGHT WEIGHT, VISIBLE IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT, FAST RESPONSE. A very good, feature filled GPS. A good value.|
|ssn116||11:28pm on Monday, July 5th, 2010|
|100% Satisfied I found an unused circuit inside the headlight case that is only powered when the ignition switch is on. As unhandy as I am.|
|Winrich||8:08pm on Sunday, June 6th, 2010|
|I had a Magellin Gps in the past , then it broke. This Nuvi far surpasses the old one we had. Even our phones work through it witht the Bluetooth.|
|Techno||12:11am on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010|
|USE PRODUCT TO MOUNT GPS Well Made, Improves Functionality, Easy To Use, Works Well With GPS It was a replacement for the original one that broke after falling from the windshield (because it was incorrectly mounted).|
|Icarus||6:51pm on Friday, May 21st, 2010|
|Better than nothing, but deeply flawed.Wait until alternatives are available.Pros:Protects the screen. I would highly recommend getting something to protect an expensive GPS. This carry case does the job.|
|idole||3:39am on Thursday, April 8th, 2010|
|I live in a rural area and am not comfortable driving in large cities, plus I am getting older, but this unit really simplifies the trips. Always used to factory nav units, this is a great portable. Acquires Satellites Quickly, Compact, Easy Menus, Easy To Read, Easy To Set Up.|
|Optimus Prime||9:20am on Thursday, April 1st, 2010|
|original product broke, hard to find replacement. this was easy and price very good Easy To Use, Well Made, Improves Functionality. I ordered a part for my Garmin. [...] Well Made, Works Well With GPS, Improves Functionality, Easy To Use|
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1. Press and release the POWER/BACKLIGHT key. 2. Press up on the ROCKER to increase the brightness, or press down to decrease. TIP: After you open the Backlight adjustment window, press the POWER/BACKLIGHT key repeatedly to cycle through the three backlight settings: Highest, Middle, and Lowest.
3. Press ENTER or QUIT to close the Backlight adjustment window.
To turn off the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C:
Press and hold the POWER key until the unit turns off.
Turning on the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C
Adjusting the Backlight
Getting Started > Initializing the GPS Receiver
Initializing the GPS Receiver
When you turn on the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C, a Warning Page appears, showing unit information, network connections (attached devices), and important information regarding the proper use of the unit. It takes a few seconds for the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C to search for attached devices. When the search is complete, the I Agree button is highlighted. After reading the warning, press ENTER. Next, you see the first of the main pages, the Map Page. The GPSMAP 3006C/3010C begins searching for GPS satellites. The first time the unit acquires satellites takes several minutes. Afterward, acquisition times are quicker during normal use. The GPS status icon on the left side of the status bar shows the progress of the satellite acquisition process. GPS status icon colors are: Redacquiring satellites/lost satellite reception. Orangeready for navigation/ready for navigation with WAAS. Graylost GPS connection. (Check GPS antenna wiring connections.) A detailed visual reference of the satellite acquisition, GPS receiver status, and accuracy is available on the GPS tab on the Main Menu. To view the GPS tab information:
1. Press and hold ADJ/MENU to open the Main Menu. 2. Use the ROCKER to highlight the GPS tab.
The sky view shows a birds-eye view of the location of each satellite relative to the receivers last known location. The outer circle represents the horizon (north up), the inner circle 45 above the horizon, and the center point a location directly overhead. You can also set the sky view to track up, which causes the top of the sky view to align along your current track heading.
The Setup sub tab provides access to functions and features relating to initializing the GPS receiver. To access the GPS Setup sub tab:
1. Press and hold ADJ/MENU to open the Main Menu. 2. Highlight the GPS tab, and then highlight the Setup sub tab.
Receiver Status and Accuracy
Getting Started > Using Simulator Mode
Using Simulator Mode
Simulator Mode is great for practicing with the unit if you are indoors and satellite signals are not available. When the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C is in Simulator Mode, the GPS receiver is turned off. The unit cannot be used for actual navigation.
Note: Do not try to navigate in Simulator Mode. While in Simulator Mode, the GPS receiver is turned off. Any satellite signal strength indicators shown are only simulations and do not indicate the strength of actual satellite signals. Press and hold ADJ/MENU to open the Main Menu. Press up or down on the ROCKER to highlight the System tab. Press right on the ROCKER to highlight the General sub tab. Highlight the System Mode field, and press ENTER. Highlight Simulator, and press ENTER.
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To turn on Simulator Mode:
Use the Set Position soft key to set your location while in Simulator Mode. You can also control the speed and track from the Compass or 3D Highway Pages. Press up or down on the ROCKER to increase or decrease the speed; press left or right to change the heading.
When Simulator Mode is active, the message Simulating Operation appears in the status bar at the top of each page. To set up Simulator Mode:
Highlight the Setup button, and press ENTER. The Simulator Setup window appears. The following options are available: Current Time/Dateenter a simulated date and time. Speedenter a simulated speed. rack Controlselect track control. Auto Track steers to the current T navigation point; User Track allows you to enter a heading in the Track field. Trackenter a simulated heading.
To turn off Simulator Mode:
Press and hold ADJ/MENU to open the Main Menu. Press up or down on the ROCKER to highlight the System tab. Press right on the ROCKER to highlight the General sub tab. Highlight the System Mode field, and press ENTER. Highlight Normal, and press ENTER.
When Normal Mode is active, the message Normal appears in the status bar at the top of each page.
Basic Operation > Using the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C
Using the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C
Understanding the Features
This section explains how to enter and select information with the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C. The advanced keypad system on the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C is designed to allow you to select options and enter data quickly and conveniently. As you progress through this owners manual, you are directed to press a specific key or highlight a field on the screen. When you are directed to press a key, you should press and quickly release the key. If you need to hold down the key for a period of time to activate a secondary function, the instructions tell you to do so. The location of the highlight is controlled by the ROCKER. When a field is selected on the screen, it is highlighted in yellow. The following terms are used throughout this manual: Highlightmove the highlighted area on the screen up, down, left, or right with the ROCKER to select individual fields. Moving the highlight to a given location allows you to make a selection, begin data entry, or scroll through a list. Fieldthe location on a page where data or an option can be entered and displayed. Highlight a field using the ROCKER to begin entering data or selecting options. Soft keyslocated along the bottom of the screen, soft keys are used as shortcuts to select the most commonly used options for the selected page, window, or tab. To select a soft key, press the key directly below it. On-Screen buttonuse the ROCKER to highlight an on-screen button, and press ENTER to select the button.
GPSMAP 3006C/3010C Owners Manual Field
On-screen button Soft keys
Scroll barWhen viewing a list of items too long to show on the screen, a scroll bar appears along the right side of the list. To scroll through a list, press up or down on the ROCKER. Press right or left on the ROCKER to scroll one page at a time. Defaultthe factory settings saved in the units memory. You can change the settings, but you can also revert to the factory (default) settings when you press the Factory Dflts soft key on the SystemGeneral sub tab.
Selecting Options and Entering Data
To select options and enter data, use the ROCKER to highlight or select an item in a list or a field on the screen. Use the ENTER key, soft keys, data entry keys, and the ROCKER to select options, enter names and numbers in data fields, and activate your selections. To select an optional feature:
1. From any page, press ADJ. The adjustment menu shows a list of optional features specific to that page.
2. Press the data entry key that corresponds to the option you want to select. For numbers 10 and higher, press the first digit, and then press the second digit within one second.
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 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
The Celestial tab contains the following soft keys: North Up/Track Upfixes the sky view display to a north heading or to the current track heading. Current Datepress to show celestial information for todays date.
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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 flows throughout the day, including Flood, Slack, and Max Ebb times and strengths.
Main Menu > Trip Tab
To view celestial information for a different location:
1. On the Celestial tab, highlight the At field, and press ENTER. The Find Celestial Information Page appears.
The Trip tab shows data for Trip Odometer, Moving Average speed, Total Average speed, Maximum Speed, Stopped Time, Moving Time, Total Time, and Odometer.
2. Make a selection and press ENTER repeatedly until the information for that location appears on the Celestial tab. 1. On the Celestial tab, use the ROCKER to highlight the Days or Hours button, and press ENTER. Press up or down on the ROCKER to change the days or hours. Press QUIT to exit. OR Highlight the On field, and press ENTER. 2. Enter a new date or time, and press ENTER. 3. To return to the current date and time, press the Current Date soft key.
Main Menu > DSC (Digital Selective Calling) Tab
Saved Sub Tab
The Saved sub tab shows a list of all saved track logs. It also allows you to use a track for TracBack or display it on a map. You can save up to 15 track logs in memory with up to 700 track log points in each saved log. On the Saved sub tab, the following soft keys are available: Review Mapopens the Saved Track window so you can review the selected track. Deletedeletes the highlighted saved track log from memory. Delete Alldeletes all saved track logs from memory. Main Menu
DSC (Digital Selective Calling) Tab
Use the DSC tab to control and set up DSC features on the GPSMAP3006C/3010C. DSC uses marine VHF radio and GPS technologies to transmit and receive location information. DSC is used by mariners for two major operationsdistress calls and position reporting. For more information about DSC and Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) numbers, see page 105 in the Appendix.
When the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C is connected to a VHF radio with DSC support, the GPS unit displays a call list, log, and a directory that stores incoming information received from another users DSC-capable VHF/GPS combination. Basic wiring is required for the Garmin unit and VHF radio to send and receive NMEA data from each other. See the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS 17 Installation Instructions for more information.
Understanding DSC Distress Calls
With your GPSMAP 3006C/3010C properly connected to a VHF radio with DSC output, you can receive any DSC distress call within range. An alert message appears, and an alarm sounds (if enabled) when a distress call is received. The alarm sounds only for a distress call; position reports do not sound an alarm. Distress calls are broadcast to all DSC users in radio range and appear with a blue and white checkered icon on the DSC tabs Call List and Log sub tabs. You can enter a callers name, if it is known. The callers name replaces the MMSI number as a reference, when entered.
1. From the DSC tab, highlight the Call List or Log sub tab. 2. Press up or down on the ROCKER to highlight the call you want to review. 3. Press ENTER.
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
Time Sub Tab
Use the Time sub tab to adjust the time format, enter a time zone, and adjust for Daylight Saving Time to show the correct local time.
1. With the Heading field set to User Mag Var, highlight the heading reference field (immediately to the right), and press ENTER. 2. Enter the magnetic variation at your current location, and press ENTER.
To enter a user-defined magnetic variation:
The following options are available: Time Formatselect 12 Hour, 24 Hour (military), or UTC (also called Greenwich Time) time format. Time Zoneselect your time zone to show correct local time or enter a UTC Offset (how many hours you are ahead or behind the time line). Daylight Saving Timeselect Auto, On, or Off to adjust for Daylight Saving Time.
Comm (Communications) Sub Tab
The Comm sub tab controls the input/output format used when connecting your GPSMAP 3006C/3010C to external NMEA devices or a personal computer. The unit supports two input/output ports.
Note: See the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C & GPS17 Installation Instructions for more information on wiring and NMEA information.
Port 1 Garmin Data Transferthe proprietary format used to upload or download MapSource data, exchange waypoint, route, track, and proximity data with a computer or another Garmin unit. When you select Garmin Data Transfer, you can choose from nine Garmin Data Transfer Modes. NMEA In/NMEA Outsupports the input or output of standard NMEA 0183 data, DSC, and sonar NMEA input support for the DPT, MTW, and VHW sentences. You can also adjust the NMEA output. NMEA High Speedsupports the input or output of standard 0183 data for most AIS receivers. Noneprovides no interfacing capabilities. Port 2 NMEA In/NMEA Outsupports the input or output of standard NMEA 0183 data, DSC, and sonar NMEA input support for the DPT, MTW, and VHW sentences. You can also adjust the NMEA output. Noneprovides no interfacing capabilities. You can also adjust the NMEA output to enable or disable certain sentences and adjust the number of Lat/Lon output precision digits. You must have one of the ports set to NMEA In/NMEA Out to use this option. Settings affect both Port 1 and Port 2 NMEA outputs. Network You can select the method to upload or download user data on networked chartplotters. Merge User Datamerges the user data for all chartplotters on each chartplotter. Clone User Datathe user data from the chartplotter initiating the clone replaces the user data on all other chartplotters attached to the network.
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Course Linesets the maximum map zoom range at which the course line appears on-screen. Select Auto, Off, or <120 ft to <800 nm. Heading Linedraws an extension from the end of the boat icon in the direction of travel. For Distance, enter the numeric distance value to which you want the line to extend. For Time, enter the numeric time value for which you want the line to extend. The Time line length automatically adjusts as your speed changes.
The AIS sub tab contains the following options: AIS Vesselssets the maximum max zoom range at which AIS vessels appear on-screen. Select Off, Auto, All Ranges, or <30 ft to <800 nm. Heading Linedraws an extension from the end of the boat icon in the direction of travel. For Time, enter the numeric time value for which you want the line to extend. The Time line length automatically adjusts as your speed changes.
AIS Sub Tab
AIS (Automatic Identification System) alerts you to area traffic. AIS provides ship IDs, position, course, and speed for ships equipped with a transponder within range.
Note: You must set your chartplotter communication to NMEA In/ NMEAOut with a baud rate of 38,400 to receive AIS information.
Source Sub Tab
Use the Source sub tab to turn basemaps and card maps on or off.
Basemapturns the built-in basemap on or off. External Mapsturns all optional BlueChart g2 or MapSource data on the data card on or off.
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Main Menu > Radar Tab
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.
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. 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.
To show the Advanced Map Card Setup:
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 fields, press ENTER, and use the ROCKER to scroll up, down, left, and right. 7. Press QUIT to exit.
The Radar tab contains setup options for the Radar Page. The Radar Page appears only if you have the Radar check box selected on the System tab. See the Using Radar section on page 89 for more information.
the transducer alternates between the 50 kHz and 200 kHz signals. This capability allows you to see the best picture available at any depth.
Using Dual Beam
The transducer mounted on your vessel sends sound waves down into the water in a cone shape, similar to a flashlight beam (covering a smaller circular area at the top and angling out to a larger circular area at the bottom). These sound waves reflect off of any object that they hit, and then the waves travel back up to the transducer. These objects could be fish, branches, the bottom, or any other object that has a density that is different from the water. The transducer receives the sound wave information and then sends the information to the GSD 20, GSD 21, or GSD 22 sounder module and then to the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C. The GPSMAP 3006C/3010C displays the information on the screen for you to see and interpret. The type of transducer and the settings that you choose determine how the information is displayed on the screen.
Dual beam works best for shallow water (for example, inland) applications. A dual beam transducer can transmit a narrow or a wide beam. The water area covered by the transmitted sound waves is determined by the beam width of the transducer and the water depth. The narrow beam provides crisp detail of what is under your boat, and is very helpful if you are fishing in deeper water where the beam covers more area (for example, at a 30-foot depth, the narrow beam covers the area of about a 7-foot circle).
Using Dual Frequency
Dual frequency works best for deep water (off-shore) applications. The 200 kHz frequency allows you access to great detail about what is underneath your boat. The 50 kHz frequency provides less detailed information, but penetrates to greater depths with the same power. You can choose either or both frequencies to get the information that you want. If you choose dual frequency,
What is DSC?
Digital Selective Calling (DSC) uses marine VHF radio and Global Positioning System (GPS) technologies to transmit and receive location information. DSC is used by mariners to assist them in two major areas: distress calls and position reporting. A non-emergency DSC position report allows mariners to exchange and display the positions of one another. When a DSC position is received, the mariner can choose to create a waypoint or show the received position on an electronic map. An emergency DSC distress call allows a vessel in trouble to transmit a substantial amount of information in a single transmission or call without the need for voice communication. When any nearby rescuer receives the DSC signal, an alarm sounds, and they immediately receive the position of the caller. The rescuer can then choose to navigate (Go To) the callers position to assist or forward the call on to the Coast Guard. When the Coast Guard receives the call, they can immediately access the callers information (such as who they are and the type of vessel) in their database while they are in transit to the callers location.
To disable or enable WAAS capability:
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Any time a vessel receives a DSC call, the vessel can store that location and quickly navigate to that position using a Go To. This makes DSC a time-saver, especially in an emergency situation. To use DSC, users must first register their VHF radio with the FCC and receive a Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) number.
Federal Users in the United States Federal users can obtain MMSI assignments from their agency radio spectrum management office. These procedures are currently under review by the NTIA (National Telecommunications and Information Administration). Users Outside the United States Users can obtain an MMSI assignment from their telecommunications authority or ship registry, often by obtaining or amending their ship station license. Users in Canada Industry Canada is responsible for assigning MMSI numbers to commercial and recreational vessels. Information is available at the following Web site: www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/mcts-sctm/docs/mmsi/MMSI_e.htm. For more information regarding MMSIs visit: www.navcen.uscg.gov/marcomms/ gmdss/mmsi.htm.
What is a Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI)?
Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) allows a VHF radio to act like a phone. To make a call on a phone, you first need a phone number to dial. The 9-digit MMSI number acts like a phone number when used in a Position Report and as a unique identifier to the Coast Guard when used in an emergency distress call. To obtain a Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) number, users must register their VHF radio with the FCC (Form 605). Garmin does not supply this number!
How Are MMSI Assignments Obtained?
Cleaning the Screen
The GPSMAP 3006C/3010C lens is coated with a special anti-reflective coating that is sensitive to skin oils, waxes, and abrasive cleaners. Cleaners containing ammonia, alcohol, abrasives, or anti-grease detergents will harm the antireflective coating. It is important to clean the lens using an eyeglass lens cleaner that is specified as safe for anti-reflective coatings and a clean, lint-free cloth.
Do not store the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C where prolonged exposure to extreme temperatures may occur (such as in the trunk of a car) because permanent damage may result. User information, such as waypoints and routes, are retained in the units memory without the need for external power. It is always a good practice to back up important user data by manually recording it, loading it to a computer (transferring it to MapSource), or storing it on a data card.
The GPSMAP 3006C/3010C is waterproof to IEC Standard 60529 IPX7. It can withstand immersion in 1 meter of water for 30 minutes. Prolonged submersion can cause damage to the unit. After submersion, be certain to wipe and air dry the unit before reuse.
Appendix > Navigation Terms
Avg Speedthe average of all second-by-second speed readings since the last reset. Bearing (BRG)the compass direction from your current location to a destination. Coursethe course between the active from and to waypoints. Depththe depth below the transducer. This field is active only if the GPSMAP 3006C/3010C is connected to a Garmin Sounder Module or if NMEA depth is available. Distance (Dist)the distance from the current location to a destination. Dist to Destinationthe distance from the current location to a Go To destination or the final waypoint in a route. Dist to Nextthe distance from current location to a Go To destination or the next waypoint in a route. DOP (Dilution of Precision)reflects the quality of the GPS signals and satellite geometry. Elevationthe altitude (height) above mean sea level (MSL). ETA (Estimate Time of Arrival)the time you estimate to reach your destination waypoint, based on current speed and track. ETA at Destinationthe time you estimate to reach a Go To destination or the final waypoint in a route. Append ix
ETA at Nextthe estimated time to reach a Go To destination or the next waypoint in a route. Fuelthe fuel required to travel from your current location to the indicated route waypoint. GPS Accuracyestimated accuracy of the GPS position. Leg Distthe distance between two route waypoints. Leg Fuelthe fuel required to travel from a route waypoint to the next waypoint in the route. Leg Timethe time required to travel from a route waypoint to the next waypoint in the route. Max Speedthe maximum second-by-second speed recorded since last reset. Moving Average Speedthe average speed while the unit is moving. Moving Trip Timerthe total time the unit has been moving. Odometera running tally of the distance traveled, based on the distance between second-by-second position readings. Off Coursethe distance you are off course in any direction, left or right. Pointerthe arrow indicating the direction to travel to the next point on the route. Speedthe current velocity at which you are traveling, relative to ground position. Sunrisethe time at which the sun rises on this day.
Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
Hereby, Garmin declares that this GPSMAP 3006C/3010C 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/gpsmap3006c/. Click Manuals and then select the Declaration of Conformity.
XM Satellite Radio Service Agreement
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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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gain 80, 92 gain setting 77 Garmin Marine Network 95 GDL 30 60, 86, 112 GMR 20/40 i GMR 21/41 i GMR 404/406 i, 96 Go To Point 21 GPS accuracy alarm 59 GPS receiver initializing 6 GPS status icon 6 GPS tab 6, 45 GSD 20 i, 60, 76 GSD 21 i, 60, 76 GSD 22 i, 60, 76 guard zone 92, 94 defining 94
labels 70 language 61 leg distance 31 leg time 31 log, temperature 85 log and graph scale 85 log duration 73 LORAN TD 106107 setting up 106 using 106
hardness of the bottom 77 hard structure 77 heading 63 heading line 90, 98 heading sensor 95 hide/show navigation features 92 highlight 9 Highway Page options 43 118
magnetic north 63 Main Menu 4575 Card tab 57 Celestial tab 49 GPS tab 45 Highway tab 74 Messages tab 58 Network tab 66 overview 45 Pages tab 67 Points tab 51 Radar tab 72 Routes tab 52 Sonar tab 73 System tab 60 Temp tab 73 Tide tab 46 Tracks tab 53
Trip tab 50 Weather tab 8889 XM tab 7475 main pages 3D Highway Page 42 Compass Page 41 configuring 33 Map Page 3639 Map Split Page 41 Radar Page 9195 Video Page 44 manage user card 57 manually adjust the radar 100 MapSource 57, 102 map data 11 map datums 63 map outlines 68 Map Page 3639 distance and bearing 39 options 39 ranges 37 map pointer 11 moving 11 map ranges 37 Map Split Page 41 Map tab 6872 AIS sub tab 71 detail sub tab 69 nav sub tab 70 prefs sub tab 68 source sub tab 71 marine remote control 3 Maritime Mobile Service Identity. SeeMMSI MARPA 92, 9596 list 96 target 95
MARPA sub tab 97, 99 merge from card 57 messages 110 Messages tab 58 MMSI number 105 MOB 25 moon phase 49 moon rise/set 49 motor speed high 96 normal 96
narrow beam 76 NAV/MOB Key 2, 21, 24, 56 navigating a saved route 26 Navigation Features 92, 98, 99 navigation terms 110 Nav alarms 59 Network tab 66 NMEA 64 NMEA interface 65 NMEA output setup 65 north reference 63
off course alarm 59 on-screen buttons 10 options selecting 10 orientation 69, 98 Own Vessel Safe Zone 99
Pages tab 67 PAGE key 2 pointer mode 37 GPSMAP 3006C/3010C Owners Manual
position format 62 position mode 37 position report 55, 104 POWER key 2 precipitation 86 pressure 63 proximity alarms 20 proximity waypoints 20 clearing 20 proximity waypoint list 20 review waypoint page 16 rings 98 ROCKER key 2 routes 2531 copying 27 creating 25 deleting 28 editing 28 navigating 26 planning 31 quick nav 27 Routes tab 52 simulator set position 8 simulator track 8 simulator track control 8 skyview orientation 7 software license agreement v software update 91 software version 61 soft keys 4, 10, 90 soft structure 77 Sonar understanding 7685 sonar alarms 60 Sonar Page 7881 adjustment menu 80 configuring 79 Sonar tab 8285 sound waves 76 source, GPS 7 source, video 44 specifications 101 speed filter 61 speed units 63 spinning up 90 standard, video 44 status bar 4, 6, 89 storage 107 strongest sonar returns 77 sun rise/set 49 surface clutter 77 symbol set 68 system alarms 59 system information 61 system mode 61 System tab 61 comm sub tab 64 general sub tab 61 time sub tab 63 units sub tab 62
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