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Ray240 VHF Radio with Digital Selective Calling Users Manual
Document # 81219_1 Date: June 2004
Trademarks and registered trademarks
Autohelm, HSB Raymarine, RayTech, RayTech RNS, Sail Pilot, SeaTalk and Sportpilot are registered trademarks of Raymarine Limited.Apelco is a registered trademark of Raymarine Holdings Limited (Registered in all major marketing territories). AST, Autoadapt, Auto GST, Autoseastate, Autotrim, Bidata, Marine Intelligence, Maxiview, On Board, Raychart, Raynav, Raypilot, Raystar, ST40, ST60, Seaclutter, Smart Route, Tridata and Waypoint Navigation are trademarks of Raymarine Limited. All other product names mentioned are trademarks or registered trademarks (if applicable) of heir respective companies.
Copyright - Raymarine 2004
How to make a DSC Distress call
Slide up cover
PRESS and HOLD for 5 SECONDS
DISTRESS Release 'DISTRESS' button now
WAIT WHILE RADIO AUTOMATICALLY RE-TUNES
V0:10 SQ:05 25W RX auto DISTRESS TX
MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY This is. (repeat name of vessel 3 times) MAYDAY
MEM SCAN SQ WATCH
Press and Hold PTT
THIS IS. (name of vessel spoken once) MY POSITION IS. (latitude and longitude) or true bearing and distance from a known point). IF YOU DON'T KNOW, DON'T GUESS. I AM. (sinking, on fire, etc) I HAVE. (number of persons on board and any other information - drifting, flares fired, etc )
ABC GHI PQRS
DEF MNO WXYZ
SLOWLY and CLEARLY
I REQUIRE IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE OVER RELEASE THE PTT SWITCH
Ray240 User Manual
How to make a Mayday call
V0:10 SQ:05 25W RX
CH MENU OK
MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY This is. (name of vessel, spoken 3 times) MAYDAY This is.(name of vessel spoken once)
Step 2 Press and Hold PTT
MEM SCAN SQ
MY POSITION IS.(latitude and longitude. or true bearing and distance from a known point - IF YOU DON'T KNOW, DON'T GUESS). I AM.(sinking, on fire, etc)
THEN I HAVE. (number of persons on board and any other information - drifting, flares fired, etc) SLOWLY and CLEARLY I REQUIRE IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE OVER Step 3 RELEASE THE PTT SWITCH
FOR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND INSTRUCTIONS IF AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT IS NOT RECEIVED THEN REPEAT THE DISTRESS CALL
How to make a DSC Distress call...i How to make a Mayday call....ii Contents.... iii Important Information....7 Chapter 1: General Information...15 1.1 What is the Ray240?... 15 1.2 What is DSC?... 15 Calls to other ships... 16 Group calls.... 16 Safety broadcasts.... 16 Distress alerts... 16 1.3 Can I use the Ray240 as part of an integrated system?. 16 1.4 How do I use the Ray240?... 17 Which menu do I need?... 19 What does the display tell me?.. 20 Chapter 2: Operations...21 2.1 Introduction.... 21 2.2 Using the handset - the controls... 21.power the radio On and Off?.. 21.adjust the handset volume?... 21.set the squelch?... 22.change channels?... 22.tune to the priority channel?.. 22.monitor channels?... 23.get the weather forecast?.. 23.select Private channels?.. 23.scan the channels?... 24.use the Memory?.. 24.change the transmitting power?.. 24.navigate the menus?.. 25.use the Menu shortcuts?... 26.adjust the active speaker volume?... 26 2.3 Using the handset - making and receiving calls. 27.use the intercom?.. 27.receive a routine call?... 27 2.4 Using the handset - DSC operations... 28.make a DSC phone call?.. 28.view phone book details?.. 29
iv. add an entry to the DSC phone book?.30.call another ship?..31.make a specified Distress call?..32.cancel a Distress call?...33.make an All Ships Call (Urgency)?..34.make a position request?...35. access the DSC call log?..36.delete an entry from the DSC call log?.37 2.5 Receiving distress alerts...38 Distress calls...38 Distress acknowledgement...38 Distress acknowledgement to a call from your radio.38 Distress acknowledgement for another vessel?.39 Distress relay...39 2.6 Receiving weather alerts...39 2.7 Additional functions....39 Intercom/fog/hailer...40 Intercom...40 Fog warnings...40.set up the automatic fog signal?..41 Hailer...41 Chapter 3: Installation....43 3.1 EMC Installation Guidelines...43 3.2 Whats in the box?...44 Can I get optional extras?...45 3.3 Where should I install my radio?...46 3.4 Typical installation...48 3.5 How much space does the Ray240 need?..49 3.6 How do I make the electrical connections?..51 3.7 How do I get position data?...52 3.8 Setting up the Ray240...53. enter my boats MMSI number?..53.enter my ATIS number?...54
v Chapter 4: Maintenance and Troubleshooting..55 4.1 Introduction.... 55 4.2 What maintenance can I do?... 55 4.3 How do I troubleshoot the Ray240?... 55 4.4 How do I get the radio serviced?... 56 4.5 How do I contact Raymarine?.. 57 Appendix A:VHF Channels....59 Appendix B: Technical specification...67 Appendix C: Hints and Tips...69 Appendix D:List Of Abbreviations...71 Limited Warranty Certificate - VHF Products...73
This handbook contains important information on the installation, operation and maintenance of the US and European versions of the Ray240 VHF radio, which is intended for light marine use and covers the following models: E42001 Ray240 System - US and Canadian version. E42002 Ray240E System - European version. To get the best results in operation and performance, please take the time to read this handbook thoroughly.
WARNING: Electrical safety Make sure the power supply is switched off before you make any electrical connections. WARNING: Electromagnetic exposure Failure to observe the Antenna and EME Exposure guidelines may expose those within the Maximum Permissible Exposure radius to RF radiation absorption that exceeds the FCC MPE limit. It is the Radio Operators responsibility to ensure that no one is within this radius before transmitting. WARNING: Navigation aid Although we have designed this product to be accurate and reliable, many factors can affect its performance. As a result, it should only be used as an aid to navigation and never replace common sense and navigational judgement. Always maintain a permanent watch so you can respond to situations as they develop. CAUTION: Compass safe distance The compass safe distance, measured in accordance with EN 60945, for the Ray240 is 0.9 m.
Industry Canada Certification Number FCC ID FCC Type Accepted Output Power Modulation Frequency Range 4069BRAY240 PJ5RAY240 Parts 2, 15 and watt (low), 25 Watts (high) Frequency 156.000 - 165.000 MHz
Maritime Mobile Service Identity
A nine-digit Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) number is required to operate the Digital Selective Calling (DSC) equipment in this radio.
You can request an MMSI number from the FCC when you apply for a Station License. If your vessel does not require a license, you may obtain an MMSI by contacting either: BoatUS (www.boatus.com), or MariTEL (www. maritelusa.com). Once obtained, you can program the MMSI number into your Ray240 using the Menu Operation described in this handbook.
You can obtain an MMSI number from your nearest Industry Canada Office. Once obtained you can program the MMSI number into your Ray240 using the Menu Operation described in this handbook.
An MMSI number should be requested from the same agency that issues radio operator licenses in your area. Once obtained, you can program the MMSI number into your Ray240 using the Menu Operation described in this handbook. If regulations in your area do not permit you to program the MMSI number yourself, your Raymarine dealer can program the number for you. For full details of programming your MMSI number into the Ray240 - see Chapter 3:Installation.
Automatic Transmission Identification System
Some European inland waterways require the use of the Automatic Transmission Identification System (ATIS). An ATIS number can be requested from the same agency that issues radio operator licenses in your area. Once obtained, you can program the ATIS number into your Ray240 using the Menu Operation described in this handbook.
Important Information If the regulations in your area do not permit you to program the ATIS number yourself, your Raymarine dealer can program the number for you. For full details of programming your ATIS number into the Ray240 - see Chapter 3:Installation.
1.2 What is DSC?
The present VHF radio system requires users to listen until someone speaks, and then determine whether the call is for them - more often than not, it isnt. DSC makes sure that you receive messages, and alerts you to the fact that it is for you. DSC is part of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS), a maritime communication system - not just for emergency and distress messages, but also for all types of existing ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore routine communications. DSC is simply a tone signalling system, which operates on VHF Channel 70 and is similar to the tone dialling on your phone, but with the ability to include other information such as your boats identification number, the purpose of the call, your position and the channel you want to speak on. DSC calls can be divided into four categories: Calls to other ships. Group calls. Safety broadcasts. Distress alerts.
Calls to other ships
To call another ship or a coast station, you simply enter their dedicated Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) number, select your chosen VHF working channel and send the call - its like using a telephone. Both your radio and the one you are calling automatically switch to the chosen channel for conversation.
When groups of ships need the same information (yacht races, club rallies etc.) a special group-call identity can be used to enable restricted broadcast messages.
Safety broadcasts from coast stations and other shipping automatically generate an alert (ring tone) to ensure that this vital information is not missed.
At the touch of a button, you can send your ships identity, your position and the nature of your distress. The position given will be precise and the alert will be heard immediately by all DSC equipped vessels and coast stations within range. The message is automatically repeated at approximately 4 minute intervals until it is acknowledged either by a coast station or a vessel within radio range.
Note: It is not possible to adjust the volume while the radio is in Menu
.set the squelch?
PRESS this button to reduce background noise from the receiver. Press the right arrow to increase the squelch and the left arrow to decrease it.
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The optimum squelch setting is obtained by turning the squelch down until background noise is heard. Then increase the setting by one level to reduce this noise.
Note: It is not possible to adjust the squelch setting while the radio is in Menu mode.
Channel UP/DOWN button Press the Channel UP/DOWN button to change the channels sequentially.
Keypad By using the keypad you can directly select the required channel number.
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.tune to the priority channel?
PRESS this button at anytime when using the radio to tune to the priority channel.
Dual Watch (2 channels) PRESS this button to start the Dual Watch function. The radio keeps operating on the current channel, while monitoring the priority channel. If activity is detected on the priority channel it becomes active. When the priority channel is no longer active the radio resumes Dual Watch.
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Tri-Watch (3 channels) PRESS and HOLD this button to start the Tri-Watch function. The radio will keep operating on the current channel, while monitoring the priority channel and the last channel. Activity detected on any of these channels will make it active. When that channel is no longer active the radio resumes Tri-Watch.
.get the weather forecast?
PRESS and HOLD this button to access the Weather channels. Use the channel button to select W0 through to W9 depending upon which weather channel is required.
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Note: This function is available on US/Canadian versions of the Ray240,
or the European version with the appropriate license.
.select Private channels?
PRESS and HOLD the this button to access the Private channels. Use the channel button to select the required Private channel.
Note: This function is available only on European versions of the Ray240.
.scan the channels?
Non-priority scanning PRESS and HOLD this button for non-priority scanning. Figure 2-1:The radio will scan the channels in sequence for activity, automatically tuning to a channel if activity is detected. Priority scanning PRESS this button to start priority scanning. The radio scans the priority channel in between scanning each channel in sequence. If activity is detected on a channel the radio automatically tunes to that channel.
.make a DSC phone call?
STEP 1 Press and hold Either or
Add an entry Flying fox Wave dancer Sun chaser EXIT
Call View details Delete EXIT
MAKE CALL CHANNEL ENTER CHANNEL NUMBER
AUTOMATICALLY RE-TUNES TO SELECTED CHANNEL WHEN AN ANSWER IS RECEIVED
SHIP-SHIP CALL Dreamcatcher 68
Press MENU to make DSC call
STEP 7 Press and Hold PTT THEN
LAST/ WX CH MENU OK
.view phone book details?
STEP 1 Press and hold or
Name: Flying fox MMSI: 33678085 CANCEL OK
Notes: (1) Boat names are limited to 15 characters. (2) MMSI numbers can be entered as boat, group or shore numbers. (3) When setting up a group MMSI, the number must be pre-fixed by a zero.
. add an entry to the DSC phone book?
PHONE BOOK - ADD
Name: CANCEL OK
MMSI: BACK OK
Name:Cambrian castle MMSI:336788079 BACK SAVE
ENTRY SAVED OK
.call another ship?
Call Call all ships Position Settings EXIT
MAKE CALL MMSI: 336789085
SHIP-SHIP CALL 235899931 68
STEP 7 Press and Hold PTT
THEN YOUR MESSAGE
.make a specified Distress call?
SLIDE DOWN COVER
STEP 3 STEP 4
Fire/Explosion Flooding Collision Grounding Listing Sinking Disabled/Adrift Undesignated Abandoning ship Piracy Man Overboard
MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY This is. (repeat name of vessel 3 times) MAYDAY THIS IS. (name of vessel spoken once) MY POSITION IS. (latitude and longitude) or true bearing and distance from a known point). IF YOU DON'T KNOW, DON'T GUESS. I AM. (sinking, on fire, etc) I HAVE. (number of persons on board and any other information - drifting, flares fired, etc) I REQUIRE IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE OVER RELEASE THE PTT SWITCH
You must avoid mounting it: in an engine compartment. where there might be flammable vapors, such as in an engine room or compartment, or in a fuel tank bay. where there is water splash or spray from bilges and hatches. where it is a risk of physical damage from heavy items, such as hatch covers, tool boxes, etc. where it might be covered by any other equipment.
Handset and cradle
You should mount the primary handset and cradle: where they are easily accessed from the location where the ship is normally navigated. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) law requires that the primary handset is located in the wheelhouse or a room adjacent to it. at least three feet from the antenna.
You should mount the active speaker in a position where it is easy to hear and is convenient for your use.
Antenna (not supplied)
You should use a good quality VHF antenna, designed for marine use installed in accordance with the following: ensure that the antenna is connected to the radio before transmitting. Raymarine declares a Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) radius of 1.5 meters (per OET Bulletin 65) for this system, assuming 25 watts output to an omnidirectional antenna of 3dBi gain or less. for watercraft with suitable structures, the antenna base must be at least 3.5 meters above the main deck to meet the MPE for persons up to 2 meters tall. for watercraft without such structures, the antenna must be mounted so that its base is a minimum of 1.5 meters vertically from the heads of all persons. as high as possible and free from obstruction for maximum range. VHF transmission is essentially line-of-sight. if you have to extend the length of the co-axial cable between the antenna and the radio, use one that is designed for minimum power loss over the cable length.
When planning the installation, consideration should be given to where cables are to be run:
Try and avoid acute bends in cables. Secure and protect cables from physical damage and protect them from exposure to heat. Avoid running cable through bilges or doorways, or close to moving or hot objects. Where a cable passes through an exposed bulkhead or deck head, a water-tight feed-through should be used.
3.4 Typical installation
A typical installation for the Ray 240 is shown below:
Power Red 12V DC Black 0V To Antenna SeaTalk/GPS
Optional 2nd station
3.5 How much space does the Ray240 need?
To help you plan the installation of your Ray240 and its associated components the dimensions are:
A 50mm air space should be left around the transceiver when installed to enable airflow and ventilation for cooling the heatsink.
Note: During normal operation, the transceiver unit heat sink will become warm. This does not affect the operation of the unit.
124 mm (4.88 in)
15 mm 45 mm (0.6 in) (1.78 in)
273 mm (10.75 in)
67 mm (2.64 in)
178 mm (7 in)
Handset and Cradle
99.5 mm (3.9 in)
46 mm (1.8 in)
170 mm (6.7 in)
3.6 How do I make the electrical connections?
You should use the combined Power/Hailer/NMEA cable to make the electrical connections. This cable contains four wire pairs for connection to Direct Current (DC) power, National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) input, and the Hailer/Horn speaker. The connections are:
Cable color Red Black Yellow Green Black White Blue Brown Orange Black Connection 12 Volt Positive 12 Volt Negative Hailer + Hailer Not used NMEA In + NMEA In NMEA Out + NMEA Out Not used
Raymarine recommend that unused connections have the tinned ends removed and the tails are taped back to the main cable sheath. For optimal installation, use screened cables throughout, ensuring that the screen connection is continuous and terminates at the boats earth. The Ray240 base transceiver does not have an ON/OFF switch. It is therefore strongly recommended that your radio is connected to the boats power supply through a dedicated power breaker to avoid unnecessary drain on the electrical system when your boat is not in use. To ensure that the unit works correctly: You should connect the power cable to the DC supply using lugs (not supplied) that have been crimped and soldered. Use an antenna and mount that does not connect the co-axial cable outer to the ships earth.
How do I connect the cables to the transceiver?
You connect the cables to the labelled connectors as follows:
Position data input
How do I connect the handset to the transceiver?
You should connect the handset cable to the transceiver using the bulkhead mounted connector. Full details of which are shown on the Installation Guide.
3.7 How do I get position data?
You can get position data for providing latitude and longitude information using either NMEA or SeaTalk connections.
If you have a SeaTalk instruments installed, this is the most convenient way to connect your radio for position data to be received. Using the SeaTalk Auxiliary Junction Box, Part No. R55006 (not supplied), enables Sea Talk and Global Positioning System (GPS) inputs to be connected in one place.
You should connect the White and Blue (NMEA + and -) wires of the combined cable to the input wires of the positioning device using a suitable connector block. The following sentences are used by the Ray240: Received - GGA, GLL, RMC, ZDA. For specific instructions on how to connect your particular GPS, refer to the handbook which came with that device.
3.8 Setting up the Ray240
. enter my boats MMSI number?
Have your MMSI number ready before you start
Handset Display DSC Operations ATIS CANCEL
my MMSI group my MMSI
CAUTION: MMSI NUMBER You only get one chance to enter the MMSI number. Take care to get it right!
1st MMSI CANCEL
Notes: (1) To change the MMSI number the radio must be returned to your Rayma-
(2) When setting up a group MMSI, the number must be pre-fixed by a zero.
.enter my ATIS number?
Have your ATIS number ready before you start
CAUTION: ATIS NUMBER You only get one chance to enter the ATIS number. Take care to get it right!
1st input ATIS CANCEL
2nd input ATIS CANCEL
Note: This procedure is only applicable to the European version of the Ray240.
Chapter 4: Maintenance and Troubleshooting
The Ray240 is designed to provide long-term operation. It is recognized, however that environmental and other factors may result in the need for occasional service.
4.2 What maintenance can I do?
The Ray240 has no user serviceable parts or adjustments. Never remove the cover or attempt to service the product. Your attention to a few basic points should ensure many years of service: Although the unit is waterproof, keep it as dry as possible. Clean the exterior of the unit with a tissue or soft non-abrasive cloth. CAUTION: Do not use solvents or other chemicals to clean this equipment. Regularly inspect the radio case and antenna for any physical damage.
4.3 How do I troubleshoot the Ray240?
All Raymarine products are, prior to packing and shipping, subjected to comprehensive test and quality assurance programs. However, if your Ray240 should develop a fault, please refer to the following table to identify the most likely cause and the suggested action required to return the radio to normal operation. If you still have a problem after referring to the table below, contact your local Raymarine dealer, national distributor or Raymarine Technical Services Department for further advice. Always quote the product serial number, which you will find printed on the unit.
All available US, International and Canadian VHF Marine Band 155.000 - 165.000 MHz 1.5 kHz <0.4 V <0.2V > 70 dB > 70 dB > 68 dB
Audio Output (active speaker) Audio distortion Hum & Noise in Audio
5W < 5% < -40 dB
Output - 4 Ohms - 8 Ohms
Input Voltage Current 25W @ 13.8V transmit Temperature Range Water Protection
12V nominal (10.8 to 15.6) <6 amps 140 F to + 1220 F (-100 C to +500 C) operational -40 F to + 1580 F (-200 C to +700 C) non-operating Handset - submersible to IPX 7 Active speaker - waterproof to CFR 46 Transceiver unit - drip resistant
Appendix C: Hints and Tips
To help make call letters more clearly understood, and to assist in spelling out similar sounding or unfamiliar word, radiotelephone users employ the international phonetic alphabet.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M ALPHA BRAVO CHARLIE DELTA ECHO FOXTROT GOLF HOTEL INDIA JULIET KILO LIMA MIKE N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z NOVEMBER OSCAR PAPA QUEBEC ROMEO SIERRA TANGO UNIFORM VICTOR WHISKEY X-RAY YANKEE ZULU
Prowords can be used to simplify and speed up radio communications. Proword
ACKNOWLEDGE CONFIRM CORRECTION
Have you received and understood? My version is. is that correct? An error has been made; the correct version is. I repeat. (e.g. important words) What follows is spelt phonetically End of work I have completed this part of my message, and I am inviting you to reply Receipt acknowledged Repeat your message (or the part indicated) Used when a station is uncertain of the identity of a station which is calling
I SAY AGAIN I SPELL OUT OVER
RECEIVED SAY AGAIN STATION CALLING
Appendix D: List Of Abbreviations
A ATIS dB dc DSC DTMF EMC EME FCC GMDSS GPS Hz kHz LCD MHz mm MMSI NMEA NOAA PTT RF RX SWR TX Amperes Automatic Transmission Identification System Decibels Direct Current Digital Selective Calling Dual Tone Multi-Frequency Electromagnetic Compatibility Electromagnetic Energy Federal Communications Commission Global Maritime Distress and Safety System Global Positioning System Hertz Kilo Hertz Liquid Crystal Display Mega Hertz millimeters Maritime Mobile Service Identity National Marine Electronics Association National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Push To Talk Radio Frequency Receiver Standing Wave Ratio Transmit
UK V VHF United Kingdom Volts Very High Frequency
Limited Warranty Certificate - VHF Products
In order to ensure that the equipment continues to operate efficiently and reliably, we recommend that before using the product, the customer carefully read the Owners handbook and follow the advice on the safe and correct operation and use of the product. We recommend that Raymarine equipment, be installed by an approved Raymarine installer.
Please register your warranty on-line at www.raymarine.com to ensure smooth warranty processing.
1. Limited Product Warranty
Raymarine warrants that all of its product, in the course of normal use, will be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of 3 years (36 months) from date of sale to the original end user, subject to the limitations set forth in this warranty. The Raymarine warranty covers the parts and labor associated with a warranty repair as described above, provided that the product is returned to Raymarine or one of its approved agents in accordance with Section 3 hereof.
2. On-board Warranty
Raymarine will authorize on-board warranty service by the nearest Raymarine approved service agent, subject to maximum mileage and travel times refereed to in Section 4, on products where proof of
installation, or commission by Raymarine certified installers is shown.
In the case of a product installed by a Raymarine certified installer or boat-builder, the warranty commences on date of installation or from the date of sale of the boat to the original end user, subject to the limitations set forth in this warranty.
3. Obtaining Warranty Service
In the event of warranty service being necessary, the customer should contact Raymarine Technical Support or the nearest Raymarine approved service agent, the contact details of whom are available on the Internet at www.raymarine.com or directly from Raymarine. In cases where the customer is requesting a warranty service on a Raymarine product under this warranty, and where a Raymarine certified installer has not installed the product; i.e. Limited Product Warranty, the affected product must be returned to the customers local Raymarine approved service agent or direct to Raymarine with a copy of either: (a) Proof of purchase showing the date of purchase, the name of the seller and the serial number of the affected product; or (b) A warranty card completed by the seller of the product containing the information required in (a) above.
In cases where the customer is making a warranty claim on a Raymarine product under this warranty, and where the product has been installed by a Raymarine certified installer, (boat-builder, installer dealer etc.) i.e. On-board Warranty, the nearest Raymarine approved service agent should be contacted and on-board service requested (which will be subject to the mileage and travel time limits referred to in Section 4 hereof). Before the installed warranty service is performed, the customer must have available, either: (a) Proof of purchase showing the date of purchase, the name of the seller and the serial number of the affected product and proof of installation by a Raymarine certified installer; or (b) A warranty card completed by the seller of the product containing the information required in (a) above. Subject to the limitations and other provisions set forth in this warranty, the product will be either repaired or replaced by Raymarine within a reasonable period of time and at no further cost to the customer. the determination of whether to repair or replace a product shall be at the sole discretion of Raymarine, and shall be the sole remedy of the customer under this warranty.
Document No:84163_1 Date: February 2004
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