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srice 12:52am on Monday, October 4th, 2010 
Samsung External DVD Writer I was disappointed with the quality of this DVD Writer and although it was cheap in price did not come up to expectation. Not the fastest but easy to use A little faster and would should have been 5 stars. Neat, easy to store or carry.
farnaz 12:15am on Monday, September 27th, 2010 
Seems reliable and does all that it is supposed to do. It is not the fastest drive, particularly on powering up. ease of use - simple to install and operate.
lucation 3:40am on Sunday, September 12th, 2010 
Value for Money. Bought for a Sony Vaio Netbook. Did not install software that came with it. Just plugged in and worked straight away. Easy to use.
hasc 9:26am on Thursday, August 26th, 2010 
GOT IT AT BEST BUY BEFORE XMAS, TRYING TO FIND ANOTHER. AT THIS POINT THE BEST DVD BURNER I HAVE EVER HAD FROM ANY MANUFACTURER, OR DESIGN.
SolarBear 1:25am on Tuesday, June 15th, 2010 
my own is now and Currently, Hewlett Packard launch the author of SATA DVD with the additional techonology which developed only, Lightscribe.
feve 1:45am on Tuesday, May 4th, 2010 
Worth possessing it..... Compatible writer with fast reading and writing features from the reputed company. Past. But I bought a Samsung drive (Super-WriteMaster SH-S202J) from www.ishift.co.
dracular_magic 4:47am on Thursday, April 1st, 2010 
Caution: this is not an ATAPI/IDE drive! This drive has a SATA interface, but this is not clearly stated in the description. A pleasure to use Since purchasing this product, I have been burning many CDs and DVDs without issue.

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Sensor Function Housing Material
Housing Description and Mounting Style
Airmar Model Mounting Style

Ceramic Designation

Beam Width
Airmar Sensor Part # Manufacturers Part Number
Fairing or Other Accessory

Wiring diagram

Connector
Apelco (Raymarine) 260, XCD-250, 200 kHz D P Thru-hull Low Profile D P Transom Mount Apelco (Raymarine) 265, 50/200 kHz Dual Frequency See Raymarine L265

P19 P23

200U 200A

31-188-5-01 30-928

Replaces M78867 10006

91-030 91-030

3F-Airmar 3F-Airmar
Apelco (Raymarine) 360, 460, 6760, XCD-350, XCD-550, LFC-6550, 200 kHz DST B Thru-hull Multisensor B744V DST P Transom Mount Multisensor P32 D P Thru-hull Low Profile P19 D P Thru-hull Flush P269 D B Thru-hull Stem B45 D P Adjustable In-hull P79 Apelco (Raymarine) 365, 465, 50/200 kHz Dual Frequency See Raymarine L365 Autohelm (all models), see Raymarine
200U 200A 200U 200U 200U 200G
31-287-1-01 31-325-1-11 31-188-5-01 31-178-1-01 31-257-3-01 31-238-1-03
33-476-01 HP/ 33-428-01 Std M78878
33-352-02 HP/ 33-351-03 Std
91-386 91-178 91-030 91-030 91-142 91-030
7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 3F-Airmar 3F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar

OEM Cross Reference

Airmar Technology Corporation,
35 Meadowbrook Drive, Milford, NH 03055 603-673-9570 (Phone) 603-673-4624 (Fax) www.airmar.com 17-345-01 rev. 06 Page 1 of 26
Sensor Function Housing Housing Description and Mounting Material Style Brookes & Gatehouse Ltd. H1000, 170 kHz DST P Transom Mount Multisensor Smart DST P Transom Mount Multisensor Smart DT P or B Thru-hull Retractable Smart DT B Long Stem Thru-hull Retractable D P or B Thru-hull Retractable ST P or B Thru-hull Low Profile Smart D P or B Thru-hull Retractable Brookes & Gatehouse Ltd. H2000, Hercules, Hydra, 170 kHz DST B Thru-hull Multisensor D P or B Thru-hull Retractable D B Long Stem Thru-hull Retractable D P Adjustable In-hull ST P or B Thru-hull Low Profile ST B Long Stem Thru-hull Low Profile ST P or B Thru-hull Low Profile Brookes & Gatehouse Ltd. Network, 170 kHz D P or B Thru-hull Retractable D B Long Stem Thru-hull Retractable D P Adjustable In-hull ST P or B Thru-hull Low Profile ST B Long Stem Thru-hull Low Profile
Airmar Model Mounting Style P66 P66 D800/P17 or B17 B122 D800/P17 or B17 ST650/P17 or B17 D800/P17 or B17
Wiring diagram 91-610 91-521 91-461 91-461 91-027 91-415 91-461
170A 170A 170C 170C 170C N/A 170C

13 N/A 13

31-473-1-01 44-071-1-01 44-084-1-71 44-067-1-01 31-584-1-71 31-317-1-71 44-086-1-71
SEN-TRI-ATR SEN-DEPTH-A2 SEN-DEPTH-P SEN-SPEED-P SEN-DEPTH-A In-hull adaptor 33-027 In-hull adaptor 33-027 In-hull adaptor 33-027
No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector
B66V D800/P17 or B17 B122 P79 ST650/P17 or B17 ST700/B123 CS4500/P17 or B17
170A 170C 170C 170A N/A N/A N/A

N/A N/A N/A

31-816-1-01 31-583-2-71 31-340-1-01 31-346-1-01 31-277-10-71 31-312-2-51 44-013-1-83
202-00-041 SEN-DEPTH-H SEN-DPT-LRA NET-DSIH SEN-SPEED-H SEN-SPD-LRA BGH07001
In-hull adaptor 33-027 33-409-01 HP (included)
91-338 91-378 91-384 91-384 91-415 91-414 91-539

No Connector No Connector 3M-Airmar 3M-Airmar No Connector 6M-Airmar No Connector
D800/P17 or B17 B122 P79 ST650/P17 or B17 ST700/B123

170C 170C 170A N/A N/A

10 N/A N/A
31-583-1-71 31-340-1-01 31-346-1-01 31-277-9-71 31-312-2-51
SEN-DEPTH-N SEN-DPT-LRA NET-DSIH SEN-SPEED-N SEN-SPD-LRA
91-384 91-384 91-384 91-414 91-414
3M-Airmar 3M-Airmar 3M-Airmar 6M-Airmar 6M-Airmar
35 Meadowbrook Drive, Milford, NH 03055 603-673-9570 (Phone) 603-673-4624 (Fax) www.airmar.com 17-345-01 rev. 06 Page 2 of 26
Sensor Function Housing Housing Description and Mounting Airmar Model Mounting Ceramic Designation Beam Width Material Style Style Furuno FCV522, FCV663, FMV603, 150W 50/200 kHz Dual Frequency Furuno FCV667, 300W 50/200 kHz Dual Frequency Furuno FCV582, 500W 50/200 kHz Dual Frequency Furuno FCV665, FCV668, FMV605, 150W 200 kHz (Single frequency echosounder using a dual frequency transducer) Furuno FCV665, FCV668, FMV605, 150W 50 kHz (Single frequency echosounder using a dual frequency transducer) DST B Thru-hull Multisensor B744V 50/200A 45/12 DST B Long stem Thru-hull Multisensor B744VL 50/200A 45/12 DST P Transom Mount Multisensor P66 50/200A 45/11 DT B Thru-hull Stem B45 50/200A 45/12 D P Thru-hull Low Profile P319 50/200A 45/12 D B Thru-hull Low Profile B117 50/200A 45/12 D SS Thru-hull Low Profile SS555 50/200A 45/12 D B Thru-hull Stem B45 50/200A 45/12 D SS Thru-hull Stem SS505 50/200A 45/12 D P Adjustable In-hull P79 50/200A 45/11 D P Adjustable In-hull P79 w/ ST Pigtail cable 50/200A 45/11 ST ST ST P B P Thru-hull Low Profile Thru-hull Low Profile Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/P17 ST650/B17 CS4500/P17 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
31-289-2-01 31-286-4-02 31-472-3-01 31-272-1-01 31-168-4-01 31-092-1-01 31-811-1-01 31-288-1-02 31-088-4-01 31-234-1-02 31-449-2-01 31-275-3-41 31-275-3-51 44-013-1-86
525ST-MSC 525ST-MSC7 525ST-PWC 525T-BSC 520-PLC 520-BLC 555-SLC
33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std
33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std 33-355-01 HP 520-IHC ST-02PSB ST-02MSB
91-411 91-411 91-609 91-270 91-014 91-014 91-014 91-014 91-014 91-014 91-585 91-025 91-025 91-025
8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji& 6F-Furuno 6F-Furuno 6F-Furuno 6F-Furuno
Furuno FCV281, FCV602, 600W 50/200 kHz Dual Frequency Furuno FCV281, FCV581, 600W 200 kHz (Single frequency echosounder using a dual frequency transducer) Furuno FCV281, FCV581, 600W 50 kHz (Single frequency echosounder using a dual frequency transducer) DST B Thru-hull Multisensor B744V 50/200A DST B Long stem Thru-hull Multisensor B744VL 50/200A DST P Transom Mount Multisensor P66 50/200A DT B Thru-hull Stem B45 50/200A DT-HP(1 kW) B Thru-hull Stem B256 50/200B DT-HP(1 kW) B Thru-hull Stem B260 with diplexer 50AE/200AWlq DT-HP(1 kW) CU Transom Mount M256 50/200B DT-HP(1 kW) CU Transom Mount M260 with Diplexer 50AE/200AWlq DT-HP(1 kW) CU In-hull M260 with Diplexer 50AE/200AWlq D P Thru-hull Low Profile P319 50/200A D B Thru-hull Low Profile B117 50/200A D SS Thru-hull Low Profile SS555 50/200A D B Thru-hull Stem B45 50/200A D SS Thru-hull Stem SS505 50/200A D P Adjustable In-hull P79 50/200A D P Adjustable In-hull P79 w/ ST Pigtail cable 50/200A ST ST ST P B P Thru-hull Low Profile Thru-hull Low Profile Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/P17 ST650/B17 CS4500/P17 N/A N/A N/A

45/12 45/12 45/11 45/12 14x23/3x5 19/6 14x23/3x5 19/6 19/6 45/12 45/12 45/12 45/12 45/12 45/11 45/11 N/A N/A N/A
31-289-2-01 31-286-4-02 31-472-3-01 31-272-1-01 41-040-1-01 41-099-5-01 41-140-3-01 41-142-3-01 41-142-3-01 31-168-4-01 31-092-1-01 31-811-1-01 31-288-1-02 31-088-4-01 31-234-1-02 31-449-2-01 31-275-3-41 31-275-3-51 44-013-1-86
525ST-MSC 525ST-MSC7 525ST-PWC 525T-BSC 520T-HPC
33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std 33-357-01 HP/33-226-01 Std 33-391-01 HP/33-030 Std Transom Brkt 33-432-01 Transom Brkt 33-432-01 In-hull Tank Kit 33-432-01
520-PLC 520-BLC 555-SLC 33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std 33-355-01 HP 520-IHC ST-02PSB ST-02MSB
91-411 91-411 91-609 91-270 91-314 91-459 91-563 91-476 91-476 91-014 91-014 91-014 91-014 91-014 91-014 91-585 91-025 91-025 91-025
8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji& 6F-Furuno 6F-Furuno 6F-Furuno 6F-Furuno
35 Meadowbrook Drive, Milford, NH 03055 603-673-9570 (Phone) 603-673-4624 (Fax) www.airmar.com 17-345-01 rev. 06 Page 3 of 26
Furuno GP1600F, GP1610CF, LS4100, LS6100, 300W 50/200 kHz Dual Frequency Furuno FCV600L, 350W 50/200 kHz Dual Frequency Furuno LS6000, 300W 200 kHz (Single frequency echosounder using a dual frequency transducer) Furuno LS6000, 300W 50 kHz (Single frequency echosounder using a dual frequency transducer) Furuno GP1800F, 500W 200 kHz (Single frequency echosounder using a dual frequency transducer) Furuno GP1800F, 500W 50 kHz (Single frequency echosounder using a dual frequency transducer) DST B Thru-hull Multisensor B744V 50/200A DST B Long stem Thru-hull Multisensor B744VL 50/200A DST P Transom Mount Multisensor P66 50/200A DT B Thru-hull Stem B45 50/200A DT P Transom Mount P66 50/200A DT P In-hull/Portable Mount P74 50/200A D P Thru-hull Low Profile P319 50/200A D B Thru-hull Low Profile B117 50/200A D SS Thru-hull Low Profile SS555 50/200A D P Transom Mount P66 50/200A D P Adjustable In-hull P79 50/200A D P Adjustable In-hull P79 w/ST Pigtail cable 50/200A ST ST ST P B P Thru-hull Low Profile Thru-hull Low Profile Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/P17 ST650/B17 CS4500/P17 N/A N/A N/A
45/12 45/12 45/11 45/12 45/11 45/11 45/12 45/12 45/12 45/11 45/11 45/11 N/A N/A N/A
31-289-3-01 31-286-2-02 31-472-1-01 31-272-2-01 31-470-2-01 31-564-3-01 31-168-2-01 31-092-4-01 31-811-2-01 31-471-1-01 31-234-1-01 31-449-1-01 31-275-3-41 31-275-3-51 44-013-1-86

33-030 Std 33-147 Std

33-147 Std

33-147 Std 33-147 Std 33-357-01 HP/33-226-01 Std 33-147 Std 33-357-01 HP/33-226-01 Std 33-147 Std 33-147 Std In-hull Tank Kit 33-434-01 (included) 33-391-01 HP/33-030 Std 33-466-01 HP (Included) 33-453-01 Tank Kit (Included) 33-439-02 Mtg.Kit (Included)
525-IHN 525T-HDN 555T-HDN CA50/200-R199 CA50/200T-R99
91-114 91-113 91-179 91-518 91-113 91-354 91-135 91-113 91-113 91-562 91-134 91-115 91-112 91-115 91-491 91-500 91-534 91-026 91-617 91-564 91-572
No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector

B SS CR CR

Thru-hull Stem Thru-hull Stem In-Hull External Blister
B260-00 SS560-00 R199-77 R99-77
50AE & 200AWlq 50AE & 200AWlq 50AFlq &200Slq 50AFlq &200Slq

19/6 19/x 17/x 17/5

41-098-1-02 41-173-1-01 41-166-1-01 41-170-1-01
35 Meadowbrook Drive, Milford, NH 03055 603-673-9570 (Phone) 603-673-4624 (Fax) www.airmar.com 17-345-01 rev. 06 Page 7 of 26
Sensor Function Housing Housing Description and Mounting Airmar Model Mounting Ceramic Designation Beam Width Airmar Sensor Part # Manufacturers Part Number Fairing or Other Accessory Wiring Material Style Style diagram Garmin Fishfinder 100 Blue, Fishfinder 160 Blue, Fishfinder 240 Blue, Fishfinder 250C, Fishfinder 320C, GPSMAP 188 Sounder, GPSMAP 188C Sounder, GPSMAP 235 Sounder, GPSMAP 238 Sounder, GSD20, 50/200 kHz DST B Thru-hull Multisensor B744V 50/200A 45/12 31-289-4-01 010-10183-00 33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 91-231 DST B Long stem Thru-hull Multisensor B744VL 50/200A 45/12 31-286-1-01 010-10193-00 33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 91-231 DST P Transom Mount Multisensor P66 50/200A 45/12 31-467-1-01 010-10192-01 91-604 DT B Thru-hull Stem B45 50/200A 45/12 31-272-4-01 33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std 91-274 DT-HP(1 kW) B Thru-hull Stem B256 50/200B 14x23/3x5 41-040-7-01 010-10443-00 33-357-01 HP/33-226-01 Std 91-479 DT-HP(1 kW) B Thru-hull Stem B260 50AE/200AWlq 19/9 41-099-6-01 010-10451-00 33-391-01 HP/33-030 Std 91-561 DT P Transom Mount Multisensor P66 50/200A 45/12 31-470-1-01 010-10171-00 91-274 DT-HP(1 kW) CU Transom Mount TM260 50AE/200AWlq 19/9 41-169-1-01 010-10445-00 Transom Brkt 33-432-01 91-560 D P Thru-hull Low Profile P319 50/200A 45/12 31-168-6-01 010-10194-00 91-228 D B Thru-hull Low Profile B117 50/200A 45/12 31-092-5-01 010-10182-00 91-228 D P Adjustable In-hull P79 50/200A 45/11 31-234-3-01 010-10327-00 91-228 D-HP(1 kW) CU In-hull M260 50AE/200AWlq 19/9 41-169-1-01 010-10445-00 In-hull Tank Kit 33-434-01 91-560 ST P Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/P17 N/A N/A 31-377-2-41 010-10365-00 91-520 T SS Transom Mount T80 N/A N/A 31-039-7-01 010-10225-00 91-365 Garmin Fishfinder 80, Fishfinder 100, Fishfinder 120, Fishfinder 160, Fishfinder 240, Fishfinder 250, Fishfinder 320C, 200 kHz GPS125 Sounder, GPSMAP 135 Sounder, GPSMAP 160 Sounder, GPSMAP 168 Sounder, GPSMAP 182 Sounder, GPSMAP 185 Sounder, GPSMAP 232 Sounder, GPSMAP 240 Sounder, 200 kHz DST B Thru-hull Multisensor B66V 200G 8 31-166-1-01 010-10177-00 33-029 Std DST P Transom Mount Multisensor P32 200A 13 31-327-1-41 010-10106-00 DT B Thru-hull Low Profile B22 200B 11 31-266-1-02 010-10217-00 DT P Thru-hull Low Profile P19 200B 11 31-852-1-02 010-10218-00 DT P Transom Mount P23 200A 13 31-306-1-41 010-10118-00 DT P Trolling Motor Mount P72 200A 13 31-563-3-02 010-10200-00 D P Thru-hull Low Profile P19 200U 11 31-188-6-01 010-10119-00 D B Thru-hull Low Profile B22 200U 11 31-098-1-01 010-10107-00 D P Thru-hull Retractable D800/P17 200B 13 31-172-1-01 D P Trolling Motor Mount P72 200A 13 31-529-6-01 010-10224-00 D P Transom Mount P23 200A 13 31-304-1-42 010-10105-00 ST P Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/P17 N/A N/A 31-377-2-41 010-10365-00 T SS Transom Mount T80 N/A N/A 31-039-7-01 010-10225-00

8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji
35 Meadowbrook Drive, Milford, NH 03055 603-673-9570 (Phone) 603-673-4624 (Fax) www.airmar.com 17-345-01 rev. 06 Page 9 of 26
Sensor Function Housing Housing Description and Mounting Airmar Model Mounting Material Style Style Interphase Advantage, DC-1000, Echo 640, 20/20, Dual, 50/200 kHz Dual Frequency DST B Thru-hull Multisensor B744V DST B Long stem Thru-hull Multisensor B744VL DST P Transom Mount Multisensor P66 DT B Thru-hull Stem B45 DT-HP(1 kW) B Thru-hull Stem B256 D P Thru-hull Low Profile P319 D B Thru-hull Stem B45 D SS Thru-hull Stem SS505 D P Adjustable In-hull P79 ST P Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/P17 ST B Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/B17 Interphase PC/180, 200 kHz Phased Array, 50/200 kHz Vertical Beam Thru-hull bronze stem-Starboard D CU M45A transducer
Wiring diagram 91-411 91-411 91-609 91-270 91-563 91-014 91-014 91-014 91-014 91-007 91-007
50/200A 50/200A 50/200A 50/200A 50/200B 50/200A 50/200A 50/200A 50/200A N/A N/A
45/12 45/12 45/11 45/12 14x23/3x5 45/12 45/12 45/12 45/11 N/A N/A
31-289-2-02 31-286-4-01 31-472-3-xx 31-272-1-02 41-040-1-xx 31-168-4-02 31-288-1-01 31-088-4-01 31-234-1-06 31-275-5-41 31-275-5-51
ReplacesT1-2050-001 ReplacesT1-2050-002
33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std 33-357-01 HP/33-226-01 Std 33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std 33-355-01 HP

T1-0200-027

8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji

200K 200Z 50/200A

Fore-Aft 11 x 14 Port-Starboard 10 x 14 Down-looking 45/12

11 x 14

31-229-1-01

T1-0200-036

04-343-01(included)

91-361

9M-Airmar
Starboard transducer Thru-hull bronze stem-Portside transducer

200Z 200Z 50/200A

Port-Starboard 10 x 14 Down-looking 45/12

31-230-1-01

T1-0200-035

91-362

Interphase Probe, Outlook, 200 kHz Phased Array-forward scanning D CU Thru-hull bronze stem M169 D CU Transom Mount M168 ST P Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/P17 ST B Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/B17

200K 200K N/A N/A

11 x x 14 N/A N/A
31-676-1-01 31-671-1-11 31-275-5-41 31-275-5-51
T1-0200-026 T1-0200-025 T1-0200-027

33-168

B744V B744VL P66 B45 P319 B45 SS505 P79
50/200A 50/200A 50/200A 50/200A 50/200A 50/200A 50/200A 50/200A
45/12 45/12 45/11 45/12 45/12 45/12 45/12 45/11
31-289-2-02 31-286-4-01 31-472-3-xx 31-272-1-02 31-168-4-02 31-288-1-01 31-088-4-01 31-234-1-06

CFT-2501HFB

33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std 33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std 33-355-01 HP
91-411 91-411 91-608 91-270 91-014 91-014 91-014 91-014
8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji
B744V B744VL P66 B45 B256 B260 with Diplexer M256 M260 with Diplexer M260 with Diplexer SS555 B45 P79 ST650/P17 ST650/B17
50/200A 50/200A 50/200A 50/200A 50/200B 50AE/200AWlq 50/200B 50AE/200AWlq 50AE/200AWlq 50/200A 50/200A 50/200A N/A N/A
45/12 45/12 45/11 45/12 14x23/3x5 19/6 14x23/3x5 19/6 19/6 45/12 45/12 45/11 N/A N/A
31-289-1-02 31-286-3-01 31-472-2-02 31-272-3-02 41-040-4-02 41-099-2-02 41-140-2-02 41-142-2-01 41-142-2-01 31-811-3-01 31-288-4-03 31-234-1-03 31-277-7-4x 31-277-7-5x
CFT-2501HFB CFT-2501TFA CFT-2501HCA Replaces CFT-2511HT
33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std 33-357-01 HP/33-226-01 Std 33-391-01 HP/33-030 Std Transom Brkt 33-432-01 Transom Brkt 33-432-01 In-hull Tank Kit 33-434-01 33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std
91-386 91-386 91-608 91-428 91-389 91-387 91-485 91-488 91-488 91-142 91-142 91-142 91-237 91-237
7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F&M-Airmar 7F&M-Airmar
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Sensor Function Housing Housing Description and Mounting Material Style JRC JFC-35, JFC-36, JFC-46, JFC-55, JFC-655, JFC-676, 200 kHz DST B Thru-hull Multisensor DST P Transom Mount Multisensor DST P Transom Mount Multisensor D P Thru-hull Low Profile D P Thru-hull Flush D B Thru-hull Stem D P Adjustable In-hull JRC JFV-86, JFV-90, 50 & 200 kHz Dual Frequency - 600 W D B Thru-hull Stem D CR External Blister
Airmar Model Mounting Style B744V P52 P32 P19 P269 B45 P79
Wiring diagram 91-386 91-031 91-178 91-030 91-030 91-142 91-428
200U 200G 200A 200U 200U 200U 200G
31-287-1-01 31-408-1-22 31-325-1-11 31-188-5-01 31-178-1-01 31-257-3-01 31-238-1-03
33-476-01 HP/33-428-02 Std
33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std
7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 3F-Airmar 3F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar

B260-00 R155-50

50AE &200AWlq 50Llq & 200Slq

19/6 16/5

41-098-2-01 Call Airmar

Replaces CFT-2510K

33-391-01 HP/33-030 Std 33-147 Std

91-026 91-500

NC/5pin Hirose No Connector
JRC JFV-130, JFV-131, 28 kHz, 50 kHz, 75 kHz, 200 kHz - 1 kW Dual Frequency JRC JFV-250, 28 kHz, 50 kHz, 75 kHz, 200 kHz - 1 kW, 3 kW (optional) Dual Frequency JRC Plot 700 F, JFV-700, 28 kHz, 50 kHz, 75 kHz, 200 kHz - 1 kW Dual Frequency JRC JFV-700HP, 28 kHz, 38 kHz, 75 kHz, 200 kHz - 3 kW Dual Frequency JRC JFV-200, 28 kHz, 50 kHz, 75 kHz - 3 kW Dual Frequency/ 200 kHz, 1.5 kW Dual Frequency D (1kW) B Thru-hull Stem B261-2 28G D (1kW) CU External Blister M155-2 28G D (3kW) CU External Tank M176-2 28D D (1 kW) CU External Blister M155-2 38D D (3 kW) CU External Tank M175-2 38F D (1kW) CR External Blister R155-0 50Llq D (3kW) CR External Tank R158-0 50Qlq D (1kW) B Thru-hull Stem B260-0 75F D (1kW) CU External Blister M155-6 75F D (3kW) CU External Blister M177-2 75N D (1kW) B Thru-hull Stem B256-0 200S D (1kW) CU External Blister M155-0 200S D (3kW) B Thru-hull Stem B249-0 200AF 2DT (1kW) CR External Blister R155-0 50Llq & 200Slq 2DT (1 kW) CU Transom Mount M260-00 50AE & 200AWlq 2D (1kW) B Thru-hull Stem B260-00 50AE & 200AWlq
24 x x x x x 6 x x x x 16/5 19/6 19/6
41-110-1-01 41-784-1-01 41-786-1-01 30-818 30-849 30-843 41-787-1-01 41-132-1-01 41-134-1-01 41-130-1-01 41-107-1-01 41-112-1-01 41-114-1-01 41-111-1-01 41-149-1-xx 41-098-2-01
33-030 Std 33-147 Std 33-147 Std 33-147 Std 33-391-01 HP/33-030 Std 33-147 Std 33-145 Std 33-357-01 HP/33-226-01 Std 33-147 Std 33-147 Std Transom Brkt 33-432-01 33-391-01 HP/33-030 Std
91-114 91-113 91-518 91-113 91-135 91-113 91-562 91-473 91-473 91-472 91-112 91-115 91-491 91-500 91-534 91-026
No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector
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Sensor Function Housing Housing Description and Mounting Airmar Model Mounting Material Style Style Koden CVS-106A, CVS-801, CVS-811, CVS-821, CVS-8831, KFG-960, 200 kHz DST B Thru-hull Multisensor B66V DST B Long stem Thru-hull Multisensor B66VL D P Thru-hull Low Profile P19 D B Thru-hull Low Profile B22 D P Thru-hull Retractable D800/P17 D P Transom Mount P66 ST P Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/P17 ST B Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/B17 Koden CVS-802, CVS-812, CVS-8832, 50 & 200 kHz Dual Frequency using two transducers DST B Thru-hull Multisensor B66V DST B Thru-hull Multisensor B66VL DST P Transom Mount Multisensor P66 D B Thru-hull Stem B46B D P Transom Mount P52 ST P Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/P17 ST B Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/B17

Koden CVS-102, CVS-106B, CVS-801, CVS-811, CVS-821, CVS-8831, KFG-960, 50 kHz DST B Thru-hull Multisensor B66V DST B Long stem Thru-hull Multisensor B66VL DST P Transom Mount Multisensor P52 D B Thru-hull Stem B46B D P Transom Mount P52 ST P Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/P17 ST B Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/B17 Koden CVS-106MKIIA, Profish III, 200 kHz DST B Thru-hull Multisensor DST B Long stem Thru-hull Multisensor D P Adjustable In-hull D P Transom Mount
50C 50C 50C 50C 50C N/A N/A
31-125-1-01 31-138-1-01 31-423-2-11 31-118-2-01 31-426-2-11 31-275-5-42 31-275-5-52
33-029 Std 33-029 Std 33-359-01 HP Koden-ST-90

B66V B66VL P79 P52

200G 200G 200G 200G
31-166-2-01 31-140-2-01 31-238-1-04 31-381-1-01
91-411 91-411 91-039 91-039
8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji 3F-Fuji 3F-Fuji
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Sensor Function Housing Housing Description and Mounting Airmar Model Mounting Ceramic Designation Material Style Style Koden CVS-210, CVS-211, 50 kHz, 200 kHz- 1 kW dual frequency with Speed & Temperature Koden CVS-801C, CVS-811C, CVS-821C, CVS-8831C, CVS-8841C, CVS-8851C, 28 kHz, 40 kHz, 50 kHz, 70 kHz, 75 kHz, 200 kHz -1 kW with Speed & Temperature Koden CVS-842C, CVS-852C, 28 kHz, 50 kHz, 75 kHz, 200 kHz- 1 kW dual frequency with Speed & Temperature Koden CVS-8811C, 28 kHz, 40 kHz, 50 kHz, 70 kHz, 75 kHz, 200 kHz, 1 kW
Koden CVS-802C, CVS-812C, CVS-8814C, CVS-8816C, CVS-8822C, CVS-8826C, CVS-8832C, CVS-8842C, CVS-8852C 28 kHz, 40 kHz, 50 kHz, 70 kHz, 75 kHz, 200 kHz - 1 kW dual frequency with Speed & Temperature Koden CVS-8812C, 28 kHz, 40 kHz, 50 kHz, 70 kHz, 75 kHz, 200 kHz, 1 kW dual frequency 2DT(1kW) 2DT(1kW) D (1kW) D (1kW) D (1kW) D (2kW) D (1kW) D (1kW) D (1kW) D (1kW) D (1kW) D (1kW) D (1kW) 2D (1kW) ST ST B CR B CU CR CR B CU B CU CU CU B CU P B Thru-hull Stem External Blister Thru-hull Stem External Blister External Blister External Blister Thru-hull Stem External Blister Thru-hull Stem External Blister External Blister External Blister Thru-hull Stem External Blister Thru-hull Low Profile Thru-hull Low Profile B260-00 R155-50 B261-2 M155-2 R155-5 R155-5 B260-0 M155-0 B260-5 M155-5 M155-5 R155-0 B256-0 M177 ST650/P17 ST650/B17 50AE & 200AWlq 50Llq & 200Slq 28G 28G 50Llq 50Mlq 50S 50S 75F 75F 70B 200Slq 200Slq 28E & 200S N/A N/A 19/6 16/x x 10 x 17 13x x 20 9x 15 9x 29/4 N/A N/A 41-098-1-01 41-111-1-01 41-110-1-01 41-784-1-01 41-121-1-01 30-850 41-100-1-02 41-867-1-01 41-133-1-01 41-135-1-01 41-136-1-01 41-109-1-01 41-108-1-01 Call Airmar 31-275-5-42 31-275-5-52 33-391-01 HP/33-030 Std 33-147 Std 33-030 Std 33-147 Std 33-147 Std 33-147 Std 33-391-01 HP/33-030 Std 33-147 Std 33-391-01 HP/33-030 Std 33-147 Std 33-147 Std 33-147 Std 33-357-01 HP/33-226-01 Std 33-145 Koden-ST-90 91-026 91-500 91-114 91-113 91-113 91-113 91-112 91-115 91-473 91-473 91-473 91-115 91-112 TBD 91-007 91-007 No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector 8F-Fuji 8F-Fuji

B260-00 SS560-00 R15550 M260-00 M260-00
50AE/200AWlq 50AE/200AWlq 50Llq & 200Slq 50AE & 200AWlq 50AE & 200AWlq

19/6 19/6 16/5 19/6 19/6

41-098-3-01 41-173-1-02 41-111-1-01 41-149-1-02 41-149-1-02

TD1004

33-391-01 HP/33-030 Std 33-466-01 HP (Included) 33-147 Std Transom Brkt 33-432-01 In-hull Tank Kit 33-434-01
91-687 91-617 91-500 91-534 91-500
10M-CX No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector
B744V B744VL P66 B256 P319 B45
50/200A 50/200A 50/200A 50/200B 50/200A 50/200A
45/12 45/12 45/11 14x23/3x5 45/12 45/12
31-289-6-01 31-286-5-01 31-472-4-01 41-040-2-02 31-322-1-01 31-288-6-01

TD1005 TD1008 TD1006

33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 33-357-01 HP/33-226-01 Std 33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std
91-686 91-686 91-688 91-349 91-027 91-027
10M-CX 10M-CX 10M-CX No Connector No Connector No Connector
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Sensor Function Housing Housing Description and Mounting Material Style Raymarine (Autohelm) ST30 Series, 200 kHz D P Thru-hull Low Profile S P Thru-hull Low Profile
1 Temperature wires (brown/white) are not used
Airmar Model Mounting Style P7 S300/P371
Wiring diagram 91-067 91-238

200BB N/A

14 N/A

31-388-1-01 31-256-1-42

E26021 31-256-1-42

2F-ISO 5F-ISO

Raymarine (Autohelm) ST40 Series, 200 kHz EDST P Thru-hull Retractable Multisensor with DST800/P17 embedded speed signal processing DST D D ST ST P P P P P Transom Mount Multisensor Thru-hull Low Profile Transom Mount Thru-hull Low Profile Transom Mount P65 P7 P65 ST300/P371 ST69
200BA 200G 200BB 200G N/A N/A

13 x N/A N/A

35-004-1-42 31-269-1-12 31-388-2-01 31-259-1-12 31-256-1-42 31-258-1-02
E26029 E26006 E26009 E26007 31-256-1-42 E26005
91-623 91-422 91-261 91-261 91-238 91-238
8F-ISO 8F-ISO 3F-ISO 3F-ISO 5F-ISO 5F-ISO
Raymarine (Autohelm) ST50 Series, 200 kHz Use Raymarine (Autohelm) ST60 sensors with 33-035-02 junction box (Raymarine #E26026) Raymarine (Autohelm) ST60 Series, ST290 Series, 200 kHz DST B Thru-hull Multisensor DST B Long stem Thru-hull Multisensor DST P Transom Mount Multisensor D P Thru-hull Low Profile D B Thru-hull Low Profile D B Long Stem Thru-hull Retractable D B Thru-hull Retractable D P Thru-hull Retractable D B Thru-hull Stem D P Transom Mount D P Adjustable In-hull ST P Thru-hull Low Profile ST P Thru-hull Low Profile Raymarine (Autohelm) ST80 Series, 200 kHz D P Thru-hull Low Profile D B Thru-hull Low Profile D B Thru-hull Flush D P Thru-hull Retractable D B Thru-hull Retractable D P Adjustable In-hull ST P Thru-hull Low Profile ST B Thru-hull Low Profile

B744V B744VL P66 P19 B22 B122 D800/B17 D800/P17 B45 P66 P79 ST800/P120 CS4500/ P120
200U 200U 200G 200U 200U 200U 200BB 200BB 200U 200G 200G N/A N/A
31-287-3-01 31-311-1-02 31-466-1-01 31-188-4-01 31-074-3-01 31-373-1-01 31-480-1-xx 31-480-1-01 31-257-7-02 31-476-1-01 31-238-1-05 31-487-1-01 44-063-1-83
E26011 E26020 E26028 M78713 M78714
33-476-01 HP/33-428-02 Std 33-476-01 HP/33-428-02 Std
33-409-01 HP (included) E26030 E26019 E26027 E26001 E26031 E26024
91-280 91-280 91-603 91-261 91-261 91-261 91-261 91-261 91-261 91-261 91-261 91-636 91-238
8F-ISO 8F-ISO 8F-ISO 3F-ISO 3F-ISO 3F-ISO 3F-ISO 3F-ISO 3F-ISO 3F-ISO 3F-ISO 5F-ISO 5F-ISO
Note: Part numbers noted with (*) are supplied with overmolded connector which will need to be removed. P19 200U 11 31-188-3-01 5099-019 B22 200U 11 31-074-2-01 5099-022 B21 200U 11 31-309-1-01* D800/P17 200B 13 31-199-7-01 5099-025 D800/B17 200B 13 31-199-6-02 NN-296A P79 200G 8 31-238-1-08* ST800/P120 N/A N/A 31-487-1-01* E26031 ST800/B120 N/A N/A 31-488-1-02* E66072
91-027 91-027 91-027 91-027 91-027 91-027 91-028 91-028
No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector No Connector
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Sensor Function Housing Housing Description and Mounting Material Style Raymarine L265, 50/200 kHz Dual Frequency DT P Trolling Motor/In-hull D P Thru-hull Low Profile D B Thru-hull Stem D P Transom Mount D P Adjustable In-hull Raymarine L365, L470, 50/200 kHz Dual Frequency DST B Thru-hull Multisensor DST P Transom Mount Multisensor DT P Trolling Motor/In-hull D P Thru-hull Low Profile D B Thru-hull Stem D P Adjustable In-hull ST P Transom Mount
Airmar Model Mounting Style P74 P319 B45 P65 P79
Wiring diagram 91-287 91-248 91-243 91-248 91-243
50/200A 50/200A 50/200A 50/200A 50/200A
45/11 45/12 45/12 45/12 45/11
31-564-1-01 31-168-1-01 31-288-9-01 31-419-1-11 31-234-1-05

45/12 45/12 45/11 45/12 14x23/3x5 19/6 19/6 14x23/3x5 19/6 19/6 8x17/5 45/12 45/12 45/12 45/11 8x17/5 N/A N/A N/A
31-313-2-01 31-319-1-01 31-468-1-01 31-272-6-01 41-096-1-03 41-099-3-03 41-163-1-01 41-141-1-02 41-143-1-01 41-143-1-01 41-207-1-01 31-168-9-01 31-092-7-01 31-811-5-01 31-234-2-01 41-211-1-01 31-488-1-01 31-488-1-02 31-618-2-01 33-292-01
E66056 E66057 E66054 E66035 E66024 E66033 E66053 E66078 E66049 E66049 E66075 E66013 E66014 E66015 E66008 E66076 E66071 E66072 E66019 R69011
33-476-01 HP (included) 33-476-01 HP (included) 33-352-02 HP/33-351-01 Std 33-357-01 HP/33-226-01 Std 33-391-01 HP/33-030 Std 33-466-01 HP (included) Tm Brkt 33-432-01 (included) Transom Brkt 33-432-01 In-hull Tank Kit 33-434-01 33-439-02 (Included)
33-453-01 Tank kit (included) ST Adaptor 33-381-01 E66022 (cable) ST Adaptor 33-381-01 E66022 (cable) ST Adaptor 33-381-01 E66022 (cable)
91-404 91-404 91-605 91-462 91-441 91-402 91-402 91-486 91-489 91-489 91-632 91-409 91-432 91-427 91-409 91-565 91-637 91-637 91-430
7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar 7F-Radar
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Raymarine L1250, SL1250, SL1260, 50/200 kHz Dual Frequency 500 W or 1 kW (automatically self-selecting) DST B Thru-hull Multisensor B744V 50/200A DST B Long stem Thru-hull Multisensor B744VL 50/200A DST P Transom Mount Multisensor P66 50/200A DT B Thru-hull Stem B45 50/200A DT-HP (1 kW) B Thru-hull Stem B256 50/200B DT-HP(1 kW) B Thru-hull Stem B260 with Diplexer 50AE/200AWlq DT-HP(1 kW) SS Thru-hull Stem SS560 with Diplexer 50AE/200AWlq DT-HP(1 kW) CU Transom Mount M256 50/200B DT-HP(1 kW) CU Transom Mount M260 with Diplexer 50AE & 200AWlq DT-HP(1 kW) CU In-hull M260 with Diplexer 50AE & 200AWlq DT-HP(2 kW) CR External Mount R99 with Diplexer 50AFlq & 200BFlq D P Thru-hull Low Profile P319 50/200A D B Thru-hull Low Profile B117 50/200A D SS Thru-hull Low Profile SS555 50/200A D P Adjustable In-hull P79 50/200A D-HP (2 kW) CR In-hull R199 with diplexer 50AFlq & 200BFlq ST P Thru-hull Low Profile (ST adaptor ST800/P120 N/A cable is included) ST B Thru-hull Low Profile (ST adaptor ST800/B120 N/A cable is included) ST P Transom Mount (ST adaptor cable is ST69 N/A included ) Large connector nut kit Raymarine L750, 50/200 kHz Dual Frequency DST B Thru-hull Multisensor DST P Transom Mount Multisensor DT-HP(1 kW) B Thru-hull Stem DT-HP(1 kW) B Thru-hull Stem D P Adjustable In-hull Raymarine Raydata, 200 kHz DST B Thru-hull Multisensor DST B Long stem Thru-hull Multisensor DST P Transom Mount Multisensor D P Thru-hull Low Profile D B Thru-hull Low Profile D B Long Stem Thru-hull Retractable D B Thru-hull Retractable D P Thru-hull Retractable D B Thru-hull Stem D P Transom Mount D P Adjustable In-hull ST P Thru-hull Low Profile ST B Thru-hull Low Profile ST P Thru-hull Low Profile

33-147 Std 33-391-01 HP/33-030 Std 33-147 Std Transom Brkt 33-432-01 In-hull Tank Kit 33-434-01 33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std 33-476-01 HP/33-428-01 Std
91-158 91-354 91-377 91-590 91-490 91-490 91-529 91-386 91-386 91-608 91-428 91-428 91-428 91-142 91-142 91-142 91-142 91-142 91-142 91-142 91-142
No Connector No Connector 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar 7F-Airmar
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Standard Communications (A Division of Yeasu) Horizon, DS30, DS40, DS45, DS50, Strike 200 (requires adaptor cable from Standard), 200 kHz D P Thru-hull Low Profile P19 200U 11 30-248-02 D B Thru-hull Low Profile B22 200U 11 30-249-02 D P Thru-hull Retractable P17 200B 13 31-241-2-01 D B Thru-hull Stem B45 200U 11 31-257-6-01 D P Transom Mount P52 200U 11 31-422-1-11 D P Adjustable In-hull P79 200G 8 31-238-6-01 Standard Communications (A Division of Yeasu) Horizon, SL30, SL40, SL45, SL50 ST P Thru-hull Low Profile ST650/P17 Tacktick Master Series, 200 kHz DST P Thru-hull Retractable Multisensor D P Thru-hull Low Profile D D ST ST P P P P Adjustable In-hull Thru-hull Retractable Thru-hull Low Profile Thru-hull Low Profile
XUS0000501/DST50 XUS0000505/DST53 33-352-02 HP XUS0000504/DST52A XUS0000502/DST51 XUS0003839/DST55

31-280-1-41

XUS0002171/SIA53

91-008

4F-Fuji
DST800/P17 P8 P79 D800 ST300/P371 ST650
200BA 200A 200G 200A N/A N/A
31-482-1-41 31-335-2-01 31-238-4-01 31-480-2-01 31-256-3-41 31-317-2-41
T910 T905 FT003 T912 T904 T911
In-hull adaptor 33-438-01 (included)
91-631 91-027 91-027 91-027 91-028 91-028
Uniden QT-206, 200 kHz D P D P
Transom Mount Adjustable In-hull

P23 P79

200A 200G

30-924 31-238-2-01

TR200P79

91-045 91-045

3F-Fiso 3F-Fiso
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Handbook information

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Disposal

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Contents

Chapter 1: Preparation for installation...5 1.1 General information... 5 Contents of this pack.... 5 Dimensions.... 6 C70 Display....6 C80 Display....6 C120 Display... 7 Accessories and spares... 7 1.2 Planning the installation.... 8 EMC Installation Guidelines... 8 Suppression Ferrites.... 9 Where should the Display unit be located?... 9 EMC Conformance... 9 Chapter 2: System Integration...11 2.1 Introduction....11 2.2 What is System Integration?...11 What is SeaTalk?...11 SeaTalk....11 SeaTalk2...11 What is NMEA?...12 NMEA 0183...12 NMEA 2000...12 2.3 Compatibility....12 Radar Scanners...12 Digital Sounder Module...13 Engines....13 Media storage cards...13 Navionics Chart cards...13 CompactFlash cards...14 2.4 Functionality...14 Data or equipment required for applications/functions..14 2.5 How is the C-Series display integrated?..16 SeaTalk system....16 Integrated system1....17 Integrated system 2...18 Integrated system 3...19
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Chapter 3:

Installation...21
3.1 Introduction....21 3.2 Mounting the display...21 Trunnion mount....21 Flush mount...22 Attaching the front bezel...24 Removing the front bezel...25 3.3 Cables.....26 Siting and securing cables....26 Connecting cables....26 Using cable splicers...27 Power cable (R08003)...28 SeaTalk cable...29 NMEA 0183 cable....29 SeaTalk2 (not supplied)...29 Fishfinder cable...30 DSM 250...30 DSM 300...30 Radar cable (not supplied)...30 Connecting a radome...30 Connecting to an open array..31 Chapter 4: Commissioning the system...35 4.1 Introduction....35 4.2 Pre-start checks...35 4.3 Initial power on procedure....36 4.4 Tests and checks....37 Test and align the radar...37 Radar transmission check..37 Radar alignment checks...38 Adjusting the bearing alignment...39 Checking the GPS...39 Checking heading data...40 Checking the Chart application...40 Testing the Fishfinder application...41 Setting the NMEA for AIS or Navtex..41 Testing instrument data...42 Running AIS...42

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1.2 Planning the installation
This section provides information and advice for planning the installation of your Display.
EMC Installation Guidelines
All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational marine environment. Their design and manufacture conforms to the appropriate Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards, but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised. Although every effort has been taken to ensure that they will perform under all conditions, it is important to understand what factors could affect the operation of the product. The guidelines given here describe the conditions for optimum EMC performance, but it is recognized that it may not be possible to meet all of these conditions in all situations. To ensure the best possible conditions for EMC performance within the constraints imposed by any location, always ensure the maximum separation possible between different items of electrical equipment. For optimum EMC performance, it is recommended that wherever possible: Raymarine equipment and cables connected to it are: At least 3 ft. (1 m) from any equipment transmitting or cables carrying radio signals e.g. VHF radios, cables and antennas. In the case of SSB radios, the distance should be increased to 7 ft. (2 m). More than 7 ft. (2 m) from the path of a radar beam. A radar beam can normally be assumed to spread 20 degrees above and below the radiating element. The equipment is supplied from a separate battery from that used for engine start. Voltage drops below 10 V, and starter motor transients, can cause the equipment to reset. This will not damage the equipment, but may cause the loss of some information and may change the operating mode. Raymarine specified cables are used. Cutting and rejoining these cables can compromise EMC performance and must be avoided unless doing so is detailed in the installation manual. If a suppression ferrite is attached to a cable, this ferrite should not be removed. If the ferrite needs to be removed during installation it must be reassembled in the same position.
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Suppression Ferrites

The illustration shows typical cable suppression ferrites used with Raymarine equipment. Always use the ferrites supplied by Raymarine.

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Connections to other equipment If your Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other equipment using a cable not supplied by Raymarine, a suppression ferrite MUST always be attached to the cable near to the Raymarine unit.
Where should the Display unit be located?

2.3 Compatibility

Radar Scanners
CAUTION: Radar Scanners, Cables & Installation Information on radar scanners, cables and their installation contained in this handbook supersedes that contained in the Pathfinder Radar Scanner Handbook, Document No. 81154_8, dated 12th January 2005. To achieve full radar compatibility with your C-Series Display, your Raymarine radar scanner may require upgrading. Please check the list below to see if this upgrade is required. The scanner serial number can be found on a label attached to the scanner casing:
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Scanner type/model 2Kw Radome - Pathfinder 2Kw Radome - RD218 4Kw Radome - Pathfinder 4Kw Radome - RD424 4Kw Open Array 10Kw Open Array
Serial Number 1220000 and below 1220001 - and above All 1220000 and below 1222001 - and above All 1030000 and below 1030001 - and above 0430000 and below 0430001 and above
Compatibility Not compatible Upgrade required Fully compatible Fully compatible Not compatible Upgrade required Fully compatible Fully compatible Not compatible Upgrade required Fully compatible Not compatible Fully compatible
The Open Array system will also require a split pedestal cable. If your radar scanner requires upgrading, please contact your local Raymarine dealer for full information.

Digital Sounder Module

Important: Your Digital Sounder Module (DSM) should be C-Series compliant as indicated on the packaging. If your DSM requires upgrading you will need to obtain a suitable accessory kit, Part No: E05014 from your local Raymarine dealer.

Engines

For up-to-date information relating to compatible engines together with installation information, please refer to our website.

Media storage cards

Navionics Chart cards
To use your C-Series Display as a navigation aid, charts with detailed information for the area you wish to navigate are required. The charts are available on Navionics Chart cards. A chart card provides an appropriate level of detail and scale for a given geographic area. To obtain suitable Navionics Chart Cards, contact your local dealer or visit the Navionics web sites: www.navionics.com or www.navionics.it.
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Alternatively, in North America call Navionics toll-free on 1-800-848-5896. Outside of North America, contact your local dealer or call Navionics SpA on tel: (+39) or fax: (+39) 0584 961309.

CompactFlash cards

It is possible to archive or transfer information to and from your C-Series display and other compatible instruments using CompactFlash cards. To achieve the best results it is recommended that SAN DISK CF memory cards are used.

2.4 Functionality

For full functionality some applications require a dedicated transducer to provide specific data. The table on below summarizes the data required by each application and the major functions of your C-Series Display.
Data or equipment required for applications/functions

Application/function

Instrumentation Engine monitor

Fishfinder

Chart card GPS Datum Compass, autopilot or smart heading sensor Radar scanner Digital Sounder Module (DSM) Instruments Video camera/input Weather receiver Navtex receiver Compatible engine data AIS receiver

Data/equipment
Notes: (1) For full details of scanner compatibility see page 13. If you are still unsure as to
your scanners suitability, please refer to an authorized Raymarine dealer.

Navtex

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Chapter 2: System Integration (2) Engine output from a compatible engine manufacturer is also required. See
Raymarine.com for latest compatibility information.
(3) Whilst an AIS receiver is not required for the radar and chart applications to
function, this receiver is necessary if AIS functionality is required within radar and chart.
In particular, position, heading and speed data are required for the following functions: Orientation - requires heading data derived from a suitable compass, for the radar to operate in North Up or Course Up mode and the chart to operate in Course Up and Head Up modes. Man Overboard (MOB) - requires heading and speed data. Alternatively, use speed over ground (SOG) and course over ground (COG) derived from the same source as position data (GPS). Mini Automatic Radar Plotting Aid (MARPA) and radar/chart overlay functions - requires accurate heading data. MARPA functionality is provided if SOG and COG are also available. Increased accuracy will be obtained by using fast heading data from a suitable compass, Smart heading sensor or compatible Raymarine autopilot.
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2.5 How is the C-Series display integrated?
The diagrams that follow show some suggested set ups. These are not however the only possible combinations.

SeaTalk system

Radome

C-Series Display

PAGE ACTIVE WPTS/ MOB DATA MENU

Alpha-numeric keypad

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3. Using a suitable hole saw (the size is indicated on the template), make a pilot hole in each corner of the cut-out area.

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4. Using a suitable saw, cut along the inside edge of the cut-out line. 5. Ensure that the unit fits into the removed area and then file around the cut edge until smooth. 6. Remove the mounting bracket knobs and the mounting bracket from the display unit. 7. Drill four 4.5 mm holes as indicated on the template to accept the securing bolts. 8. Place trim ring into the cut-out, ready for securing the unit. 9. Place the gasket onto the display unit and press firmly onto the flange. 10. Connect the DC power cable, scanner cable, SeaTalk and Fishfinder connector cables to the display, avoiding tight bends. 11. Slide the unit into the console and secure using the trim ring and suitable length bolts (see table below) 12. Locate the bezel over the front of the display (see page 24).
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Fixing bolts When console mounting your C-Series Display, avoid damaging the rear trim ring by using the correct length bolts. The length used is dependant upon bulkhead thickness:
Bulkhead Thickness (mm) 0-3 3-7 7-11 11-15 15-19 19-23 Bolt length (mm) 28 32
Attaching the front bezel
After you have installed the C-Series Display in the required position, you should attach the front bezel as follows:

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1. Carefully lift one edge of the screen protection film, so that it is accessible for removing when unit installation is complete.
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2. Place the bezel over the front of the C-Series Display, ensuring that locking lugs located at the bottom edge of the bezel are latched into position. 3. Ensure that the control buttons pass through their respective openings. 4. Apply firm but even pressure to the bezel along the: Outer edges - work from the sides upwards and then along the top edge, to ensure that it clips securely into position. Inner edges - particularly along the chart card door edge, to ensure that the bezel sits flat. 5. Check that all control buttons are free to operate. It is suggested that you use your thumb or forefinger in a circular motion to do this.

Removing the front bezel

To remove the front bezel:

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1. To prevent damaging your dash or placing undue strain on the trunnion bracket: Trunnion mounted unit - unscrew and remove display from the mounting. Flush mounted - protect your dash and proceed with caution. 2. Place a flat-bladed screwdriver in the aperture at the top right of the bezel and gently twist it to release the top clips.
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3. Working from this corner, free the clips along the top edge of the display, then work towards the bottom edge. Taking care to ensure that the control buttons pass through the bezel. DO NOT lever along the top edge. 4. Carefully free the locating clips at the bottom of the bezel by lowering it away from the unit - DO NOT USE A SCREWDRIVER FOR THIS AS IT WILL DAMAGE THE CLIPS. 5. Remove the bezel from the display.

3.3 Cables

This section details how to instal and connect all the relevant cables to your C-Series Display:
Siting and securing cables
Please note the following: All cables should be adequately secured, protected from physical damage and exposure to heat. Avoid running cables through bilges or doorways, or close to moving or hot objects. Connectors should be protected from damage. If it proves necessary to pull cables through a bulkhead or deckhead using a cord, this should be attached several inches behind the connector. Do not attach a tie immediately behind or around the connector. Acute bends must be avoided. Where a cable passes through an exposed bulkhead or deckhead, a watertight feed-through should be used. Secure cables in place using tie-wraps or lacing twine. Coil any extra cable and tie it out of the way.

Connecting cables

You will need to install and connect the following cables to ensure that your display functions correctly: SeaTalk cable (if SeaTalk system connected). NMEA cable (if third party equipment, NMEA multiplexer, fast heading sensor, RS232 interface or course computer fitted). SeaTalk2 cable (if Sea Talk2 system connected). Radar cable (not supplied). Power cable. The cable connections are located on the back of the unit. If a trunnion bracket is being used, all cables can be connected prior to mounting the unit. Please read the details relating to each cable before connecting them.

Radar scanner? Device with fuse No Yes with isolator switch with thermal circuit breaker Rating 6.3 amp anti-surge fuse 10amp 5 amp
Refer to the fuse notification in the scanner handbook.

SeaTalk cable

The SeaTalk cable is supplied with stripped tails. These should be connected to your existing equipment using either the cable splicers supplied or by using a standard screw terminal block.

Yellow (+12V)

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Drain (Screen)

Red (+12V)

NMEA 0183 cable

The NMEA input cable is supplied with exposed wire connecting tails.These should be connected to your existing NMEA instruments using suitable connector blocks as follows:
NMEA Output (-ve) common Not connected

NMEA Input (-ve) common

Screen White Yellow

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NMEA Input (+ve)

NMEA Output (+ve)

SeaTalk2 (not supplied)
Use this cable to connect to third party equipment or SeaTalk2 instruments.
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Fishfinder cable

The fishfinder cable is supplied with your Digital Sounder Module (DSM). This cable should be run and connected to the rear of the display.

DSM 250

A terminator must be fitted to the cable at the DSM 250: 10m cable - E05016 3m cable - E65009

Length - 3m or 10m

In-line terminator

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DSM 300
No terminator is required for connection to a DSM 300: 3m cable - E65010 (supplied with the DSM 300) 10m cable - E65011 (accessory)
Radar cable (not supplied)
Having ensured that the radar scanner you are using is compatible with the C-Series Display (see page page 13), the cable should be connected as follows:

Connecting a radome

If you are using a radome this can be powered through the display.Run your cable and connect it to the radome and the display.

Display

Boats DC Power Supply

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Note: In this configuration significant current passes through the power cable. Any extension
should be as short as possible using a large wire gauge.
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If the existing cable is too short, please order from the following:
Part No. E55065 E55066 E55067 E55068 Cable length 15m 25m 10m 15m Weight Heavy Heavy Light Light Radome power output 2Kw or 4 Kw 2Kw or 4 Kw 2kw 2kw
Radome inter-unit cable for use with the C Series display To display or extension (power supplied via display unit) To Radome Scanner

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Connecting to an open array
If you are using an open array, this cannot be powered through the display. You will need to purchase a split pedestal cable or open array package and connect the array and display as shown:.for new installations

Open Array

Split pedestal cable (15 or 25 metres)
Power to open array Note: The power supply for both the display and the open array must be of the same voltage and from a common supply source e.g the same battery or power breaker.

Power to display

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Connect to C-Series display Red (12/24V) Black (0V) Green (ground) Connect to boat's DC power supply Cable splitter Connect to open array scanner cable

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The split pedestal cables are available from your local Raymarine dealer as follows:
Part No E05017 E05018 E05019 Description 25m Split pedestal cable 15m Split pedestal cable Pedestal adaptor cable
. to replace a Raymarine Pathfinder Display
Part No E55063 E55064 Description 15m Split pedestal cable 25m Split pedestal cable
Pedestal adaptor cable (2.5 metres)

Power to open array

Power to display Note: The power supply for both the display and the open array must be of the same voltage (using a convertor if necessary) and from a common supply source e.g. the same battery or power breaker.

3. Use the trackpad to select the required page set and then press OK. You are now ready to test that your system is receiving the necessary data to run all the required applications.

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4.4 Tests and checks

Test and align the radar
Your C-Series display is part of an integrated system. Raymarine strongly advise that you test and align the radar before connecting to other systems. To test and align the radar you must first select a radar application. With the Select Page Set screen displayed (see previous section): 1. Press OK to select the highlighted page set. 2. Press PAGE. The currently selected page set is represented on the soft keys. 3. Press the corresponding soft key to display a full window radar application. 4. The scanner warm-up countdown commences. This takes 70 seconds (approx). Note: If your scanner is incompatible, a message is displayed. If this is the case, you will be unable to proceed further with testing and aligning the radar. Refer to Important Information - Radar Scanners at the front of this handbook.

Radar transmission check

With a radar application active, check the transmission to the scanner as follows: 1. Press the RANGE button and ensure that the radar range adjusts accordingly. 2. Check that all the following information is displayed: In the status bar - the range, orientation, motion mode and range ring spacing In the data bar - a turning radar status icon and vessel position data.
Range Orientation Motion mode Range ring Radar status icon spacing

Data bar Status bar

3nm Head-Up Relative Motion Rings nm

Ship's heading marker

Boat's position Range ring

VRM/EBL

PRESENTATION

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TARGET TRACKING

TARGETS DISPLAY

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Radar alignment checks

You should check the bearing and display timing alignment to ensure that an accurate picture is shown. Bearing alignment Adjusting the bearing alignment ensures that targets appear at the correct bearing relative to your boats bow. You need to select a visible target of known bearing that is displayed on the radar, and then adjust the radar set up as necessary until the correct bearing reading is obtained. You can carry out a bearing alignment in two ways:. with your boat moored To use this method you will need a hand bearing compass: 1. Visually identify a suitable target, such as a buoy that can be seen towards the edge of the radar screen. Typically, this will be on the 1.5nm range. 2. Determine the accurate bearing of the target relative to your boats bow using the hand bearing compass. To do this subtract your boat head bearing from the target visual bearing, these examples may help: Example 1 Visual bearing (a) = 065 M Ships head bearing (b) = 021 M Relative bearing: = (a) - (b) Example 2 Visual bearing (a) = 030 M Ships head bearing (b) = 042 M Relative bearing: = (a) - (b)

Testing the Fishfinder application
For the fishfinder application to function it must be connected to a DSM 250 or 300. The status of your DSM is indicated by the boat/fish icon in the data bar (top right-hand corner of the screen):
DSM status icon DSM status description Successful connection to a DSM and transmitting.

(animated icon)

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DSM connected but not transmitting.

(static icon)

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No DSM connected/recognized.

(greyed-out icon)

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1. Press PAGE and select a full window fishfinder application. 2. Using the soft keys, check that individual settings change as they are selected.
Setting the NMEA for AIS or Navtex
If you have a Navtex or AIS receiver attached to the NMEA port, you will need to change the NMEA Port Setting. This feature is accessed via the System Setup Menu / System Integration Setup Menu.
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Connecting equipment to the NMEA port
Connected equipment to NMEA port General NMEA instruments Navtex receiver
Setting NMEA 4800 Navtex 4800 Navtex 9600 AIS 38400
Additional information Default setting Please refer to your Navtex receiver manual for details of the appropriate setting.

AIS receiver

Testing instrument data
To ensure that your system is receiving instrument data, you should check the following: From SeaTalk or SeaTalk2 Open the digital instrument application and ensure all relevant data is displayed. If you are not receiving data, check cable connections. From third party devices on NMEA 0183 Check that appropriate NMEA sentences are being sent from the third party device and on the C-Series Display. Open the digital instrument application and ensure all relevant data is displayed.

Running AIS

In order to run AIS, you will need: A receive only AIS unit or a full transponder. A receiver will allow you to receive data about other vessels in your area but will not allow other vessels to see you. A full transponder transmits and receives AIS data and therefore allows you to receive data about other vessels and for other AIS equipped vessels to see and receive information about your vessel. This could include position, course, speed and rate of turn data. A VHF antenna (part of an AIS system). A GPS. A Compass - although not essential, this will enhance performance. When the AIS unit is connected to the C-Series display, the status of the unit is indicated by an AIS icon in the transducer data box. You will now need to specify the 38,400 baud rate for the NMEA port that communicates with the AIS transceivers and receivers (see the table at the top of this page).
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AIS unit not available i.e. not connected or off. AIS unit switched on and operating. AIS unit on with active alarm. AIS unit switched on and operating but dangerous & lost target alarm disabled.

4.5 Advanced Settings

The Advanced Set Up features allow you to set the values for the following parameters that affect the fine tuning of your radar:
Parameters Display timing STC preset Tune preset Function Corrects for display range error Equalizes target levels across display Allows adjustment of the tuning range controlled by the TUNE control
Note: Under normal circumstances you will not need to adjust these settings, as they are set
automatically at the factory. If these parameters are set incorrectly the performance of the radar will be adversely affected.

Adjusting the settings

You can adjust the advanced settings as follows: 1. Press MENU. The Set Up menu is displayed. 2. Use the trackpad up/down to highlight RADAR SET UP. 3. Press OK to select. 4. Use the trackpad up/down to highlight RADAR ADVANCED SET UP. The set up soft keys will be displayed. 5. Press the corresponding soft key for the parameter you wish to adjust. The soft key label is highlighted. 6. Use the rotary control to adjust the parameter value in the box above the soft key. 7. Press OK or use the rotary end push to accept the adjustment. 8. Repeat steps 5 through 7 to adjust next parameter. The new settings will be retained by the display and be used the next time you power up the radar.

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Display timing

The display timing can be affected by the length of cable used to connect the scanner to your C-Series display. This will in turn affect the short range accuracy of the radar. A symptom of incorrect timing is that bridges or piers shown on the picture appear to be bowed i.e.

Own ship

Timing early

Timing late

Normal

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To check the display timing: 1. Use the RANGE button to select the 1/8 nm scale. 2. On the radar picture locate a straight dock, seawall or bridge that is facing your boat. If the image is bent or bowed, the display timing will need adjustment Under certain circumstances, it may be easier to adjust the display timing with Main Bang Suppression (MBS) OFF.
Note: MBS is reset to ON automatically when you finish adjusting the display timing.
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Chapter 5: Troubleshooting

Introduction

This chapter provides information on troubleshooting your Raymarine C-Series Display at installation, and how to get assistance from Raymarine.
5.1 How can I troubleshoot my Display?

Help us to help you

When requesting service, please quote the following product information: Equipment type. Model number. Serial number. Software issue number To access this information: 1. Press MENU. 2. Highlight and select System Diagnostics. 3. Highlight and select Software Services. 4. Highlight and select Unit Info: Software Details screen is displayed giving full details of your particular unit together with its software.
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Contacting Raymarine in the US
You can contact Raymarine in the US either using the Raymarine world wide web as detailed above or by calling one of the telephone numbers below.

Accessories and parts

You can obtain many Raymarine accessories and parts directly from your authorized Raymarine dealer. However, if your dealer does not have the item you want, contact Raymarine Technical Services at: 1-800-539-5539 extension 2333, or (603) - 881 - 5200 You can use these numbers Monday through Friday 0815to 1700 Eastern Standard Time or Eastern Daylight Savings Time. If you are not sure which item is appropriate for your unit, you should first contact the Technical Support Department at: 1-800-539-5539 extension 2444, or (603)-881 -5200 to verify your requirements.
Product repair and service
In the unlikely event that your Raymarine unit should develop a problem, contact your authorized Raymarine dealer for assistance. The dealer is best equipped to handle your service requirements and can offer timesaving help in getting your equipment back into normal operation. If repairs cannot be obtained conveniently, obtain product service by returning the unit to: Raymarine Product Repair Center 21 Manchester Street, Merrimack NH 03054-4801 The Product Repair Center is open Monday through Friday 0815 to 1700 Eastern Standard Time or Eastern Daylight Savings Time.
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