Raymarine DS400X Digital Fishfinders
Combines State Of The Art Color Display Technology With Raymarine's Patented High Definition Fish Imaging For Unmatched Fishfinder Performance. Employing A Digitally Adaptive Transmitter/Receiver That Targets Fish And Bottom Structure With Amazing Clarity And Color Separation. Key Features: Hdfi Echo Sounder, Powerful 500w Rms Transmit Power, Dual Frequency 200khz/50khz, Transflective Advanced Tft Lcd Technology, Daylight Viewable 256 Color Display, And Standard Multifunction Depth, Speed An... Read more
Part Numbers: E63049, RAY E63049
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User reviews and opinions
|fudo||12:50pm on Monday, October 25th, 2010|
|Highly accurate, loads of bells and whistles no way to determine SD memory used (that I have found) very intuitve, bright crisp display night or day can be pricey, shop around, more features than most will use|
|kellj||5:38am on Monday, October 11th, 2010|
|"This is the best nav device I have ever used! This has the same screen, antenna and guts as the Garmin 60Csx, but floats on water and is cheaper. "The Garmin 76cx and 76csx are very nice handheld GPS receivers with a number of good features. "I love this thing. I use it for geocaching and its great.|
|Dean Herold||10:24pm on Sunday, September 5th, 2010|
|My wife purchased the GPSMAP 76cSx for me. We had no problems w/ ordering or shipping. The unit arrived in excellent condition. great gps for the lake had this for 2 years now, and never once got lost on the lake with it|
|soarhevn||1:37am on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010|
|Even works with my motorycle gloves on! Acquires Satellites Quickly","Compact","Easy Menus","Easy To Read","Easy To Set Up","Reliable Performance". We use this product in the jungle of Peru (south America) and help us to find the way home and save our life most of the time.|
|pieterC||8:54pm on Tuesday, May 4th, 2010|
|Unit works wonderfully, very comprehensive and meaningful learning curve to a neophyte in GPS. Perhaps should have started with a simpler unit. Nice way to mount GPS on bike I had been rigging up my Garmin 96c to use on my bicycle. I spotted this mount online and figured to give it a try.|
|jamwxnut||4:03pm on Friday, March 19th, 2010|
|Business trip Acquires Satellites Quickly","Compact","Easy Menus","Easy To Read","Easy To Set Up","Reliable Performance","Simple Controls|
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FishFinders Chartplotters VHF Radios
Raymarine, the world leader in marine electronics, is dedicated to the design and manufacture of the most comprehensive range of electronic equipment for the recreational boating and light commercial marine markets. Designed for high performance and ease of use, our award-winning products are available through our global network of dealers and distributors. Product specifications subject to change without notice.
Raymarine A-Series marine electronics are engineered to be small in size, but big on features and performance. From our patented digital fishfinder technology to DSC VHF and GPS navigation, the entire Raymarine A-Series delivers big boat electronics performance in a rugged compact package. Unlike entry level electronics Raymarine A-Series are built tough, with submersible construction, sunlight viewable displays and a long lists of standard features
Index Digital Color Fishfinders.4 & 5 GPS Chartplotters..6 & 7 Submersible VHF Radios..8 & 9 Specifications & Ordering..10 & 11
Digital Color Fishfinders
The Digital Difference
DS600x 5.7 Display DS400x 3.5 Display DS500x 5 Display
HDFI Digital Sounder technology virtually eliminates clutter
The 256-color display and digital sonar technology shows fish and bottom structure with amazing clarity
The analog fishfinder sees the wreck, but the image lacks detail. The digital HDFI fishfinder brings the wreck into clear focus. The protrusions on the right are the ships guns.
DS400x, DS500x DS600x Fishfinders
Move up to the next generation in fishfinder technology with Raymarines A-series Digital Fishfinders with High Definition Fish Imaging (HDFI). Each model harnesses the power of Raymarines HDFI with an easy-to-read sunlight viewable color LCD, simple menu driven controls and a long list of standard features. A compact performer, the DS400x features an easy-to-read 3.5 display and fits just about anywhere. Step up to the DS500x, featuring a bold and bright 5display. The DS600x features a bold 5.7display and is the perfect match to the A-Series RC435 GPS charting system.
Bright 256 color TFT displays Submersible to IPX7 standard (1m for at least 30 minutes) Dual 200/50Khz for excellent inshore and offshore performance Hands free, fully automatic HDFI digital technology adjusts more than 220 sonar parameters per second NMEA 0183 interface receives GPS waypoint and position data 500 Watts output power
High Definition Fish Imaging: Each A-Series incorporates Raymarines patented digital sonar technology, HDFI (High Definition Fish Imaging). Raymarine HDFI sets a new standard in sonar performance thanks to an adaptive digital sonar receiver that intelligently monitors the water column and brings fish and bottom structure into crystal clear focus. No Compromise Performance: Shallow water, high speeds and choppy seas are no problem. Raymarine digital fishfinders deliver true Hands off operation and reliable performance. Sensitivity, ping rate and power are automatically adjusted for maximum fish echoes and bottom detail even in the most challenging conditions.
Conventional fishfinders produce lesser defined echoes or fish blobs.
Raymarine HDFI Digital
HDFI Digital fishfinders produces precise target echoes and reveal more fish targets. Easily distinguish baitfish from larger species.
Conventional fishfinders surface clutter. Instrument gauge displays of speed, temperature, and battery voltage. 4 2x, 3x and 4x zoom Full or split screen modes, auto or manual zoom. NMEA 0183 interface puts GPS navigation data on screen. 6 color schemes and three background colors.
HDFI Digital fishfinders eliminates clutter and target fish accurately at every point throughout the water column.
RC400 Portable GPS Charplotter
The RC400 packs big navigation features into a compact and portable GPS that harnesses the power of Navionics Gold cartography for paper chart like clarity, and fast screen updates. Both fixed mount and portable, the RC400 comes standard with a mounting bracket and cables for 12-volt power and NMEA 0183 interfacing. The battery compartment holds 4 AA rechargeable Nickel metal hydride (NiMH) batteries and also accepts alkaline batteries for added convenience.
3.5 Sunlight viewable transflective color LCD Submersible to IPX7 Standard: Submersible to 1 meter for at least 30min. 12 Channel Satellite Differential GPS with WAAS Built in world map and Navionics Gold chart support on compact flash cards Unlimited waypoint, route and track storage using compact flash cards Raymarine SmartRoute automatically builds routes and waypoints from previous tracks Autozoom Mode intelligently maintains your vessel and your waypoint on the best chart scale while underway Screen Amplifier automatically offsets your vessel position for maximum look ahead on the chart display Chart rotation modes: North Up; Course Up and Head Up Accepts 4 AA NiMH rechargeable (included) or alkaline batteries for handheld operation Supplied with Cradle/Charger and NMEA/Power cable
The RC435 and 435i are full-featured compact chartplotters designed for fast performance and uncomplicated navigation. Featuring highresolution color displays, professional quality vector cartography, and point and shoot navigation RC435 is the clear and simple choice for advanced electronic charting. This compact charting powerhouse is available in two versions, the RC435 with external antenna or the easy-toinstall RC435i with a built in antenna.
Bold 5.7 Sunlight Viewable color display Paper like color chart display using Navionics Gold Chart cartography Compact Flash support for cartography and unlimited waypoint, route and track storage Raymarine SmartRoute automatically builds routes and waypoints from previous tracks Autozoom Mode intelligently maintains your vessel and your waypoint on the best chart scale while underway Screen Amplifier automatically offsets your vessel position for maximum look ahead on the chart display Standard 12 channel Satellite Differential GPS receiver for extreme accuracy using WAAS Rugged waterproof (CFR46 standard) display and Raymarine reliability backed by a two-year limited warranty
About Navionics Gold Charts
Familiar appearance of paper charts Spot Soundings A clear uncluttered chart display on every range scale Tides and Currents Shaded Depth Contours Port Plans and Port Service Guides Real-world shapes and colors of buoys and navaids.
To learn more aout Navionics Gold charts and to browse the complete Navionics chart catalog go to www.navionics.com
Essential navigation data is clearly displayed in one of three information pages.
Full screen CDI (Course Deviation Indicator) graphics guide you to your waypoint.
BDI (Bearing Distance Indicator) combines digital and graphic "steer to waypoint" information on a full screen display 7
Submersible VHF Radios
Controls built into microphone
RAYWatt Handheld Radio
Go ahead get it wet! The Ray101 combines performance and convenience in a fully submersible handheld VHF. Be heard loud and clear with 5 watts of transmit power and plenty of battery capacity. Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) or alkaline battery support ensures the Ray101 is ready to use when you need it most. An oversized backlit LCD and rotary controls for volume and squelch make operating the Ray101 easy.
Long life 1300mAh NiMH battery capacity Oversized backlit LCD display Waterproof battery tray accepts both AA Size NiMH and Alkaline batteries. No expensive proprietary battery packs Quick access 16/9 priority key 12 volt cigarette lighter adapter included NOAA weather alert Tri-watch
RAY48 VHF Radio
Simple and compact, the Ray48 is engineered to deliver reliable VHF performance in the harshest conditions. The fully submersible Ray48 is wellequipped, including features like programmable scan, Tri watch and NOAA weather alert. For added convenience, channel change controls and the 16 Plus key are built right into the microphone.
RAY54 Class D, DSC VHF Radio
Equipped with a long list of features, the Ray54 packs professional grade VHF communications into a compact design that is both attractive and affordable. Standard Class D (Digital Selective Calling) capability enables you to transmit vital emergency information, including your boats identification, position and time of distress using NMEA 0183 data from your GPS. A large multi line LCD and intuitive rotary controls simplify DSC operation.
Easy-to-read backlit LCD Quick access 16 PLUS key Programmable scan and Tri-watch NOAA weather alert
No accessories are required! The Ray101 comes fully equipped with NiMH batteries, a drop in rapid charger, mobile phone style belt clip, and 12-volt cigarette lighter adapter cable.
The Ray101 is supplied with a rapid drop-in charger for recharging at anytime. Typical recharge time is three hours. Battery tray accepts both AA size NiMH (included) and Alkaline batteries.
Extra large multi line LCD Programmable scan and Tri-watch DSC digital mayday distress key DSC phone directory
The Ray48 is also available in Marine White The Ray54 is also available in Marine White
All Raymarine A-Series Radios are fully submersible to the IPX7 standards: submerged in 1 meter for at least for 30 minutes
3 Y EAR W ARRANTY
Specifications & Ordering
Display Size and Type Dimensions 3.5 Advanced Transflective TFT Color LCD (H x W x D) 6.48 x 3.57 x 1.75
(164.6mm x 90.6mm x 44.5mm)
Display type Nominal Voltage Power Consumption Interface Cartography Waypoints Waypoint Names Routes Route Names Alarms Tides/Current Predictions GPS Specifications Signal Acquisition Antenna Satellite Differential Type Differential Acquisition Position Accuracy (RMS) Time to First Fix (from cold start) Time to First Fix (after initial cold start) 12-channel parallel (C / A Code) RC435i: Internal passive RC435: External passive with 10m cable WAAS / EGNOS / MSAS ready Automatic < 15 m 5.7" 1/4 VGA 16 Color TFT Display 10-18 Volts 10 Watts (backlights on full) NMEA 0183 output (GGA, GLL, RMC, VTG, GSA, GSV, ECXTE, ECBWR, ECRMB, ECAPB) Navionics Gold Chart character 20 routes with up to 50 waypoints each 8 character Arrival / XTE / Anchor / Fix Via chart
Dimensions 43mm) 11.10 x 2.4 x 1.69 with antenna (282mm x 2.4mm x 43mm) Product Weight Mounting Methods Display Size Battery Channels channels Environmental IPX7 Operating Temperature Frequency Range Modulation Frequency Power Priority Channels Scan 12.8 oz (0.36kg) Mobile phone style belt clip and wrist strap 1.51" x 1.9" (38.4mm x 48.3mm) 1300mA/h with standard NiMH also accepts AA Alkaline batteries Includes all US, Canadian and international Submersible; 1 meter for at least 30 minutes -15C to +55C (+58 deg F to 131deg F) TX:156.025 157.425 MHz RX: 156.050 163.275 MHz Modulated 5 or 1 Watt settings 16/9 All channel and programmable scan 5.55 x 2.4 x 1.69 without antenna (H x W x D) (141mm x 61mm x
Display Size/Type Dimensions (HxWxD) Weight (lbs) 3.5 sunlight viewable color TFT 4.15x 5.12x 1.26 dash mount 4.15x 5.12x 2.2 with bracket 1lb.
Display Size/Type Dimensions (HxWxD) Weight (lbs) 5 sunlight viewable color TFT 5.9x 6.37x 1.68 dash mount 6.22x 6.22x 3.81 with bracket 1.5lbs.
Display Size/Type Dimensions (HxWxD) Weight (lbs) 5.7 sunlight viewable color TFT 6.87 x 6.95x 1.57 dash mount 7.35x 6.96x 3.75 with bracket 1.87lbs.
Weight Interface Cartography Waypoints Waypoint Names Routes Route Names Alarms
15.2 oz (431g), including batteries NMEA 0183 - receive and transmit,waypoint upload and download Navionics Gold Charts on compact flash character 20 routes with up to 50 \waypoints each 8 character Arrival / XTE / Anchor / No Fix Tides/Current Predictions Via chart Sunrise/Sunset Predictions Via chart
DS400X ORDERING INFORMATION
Part Number E63047 E63050 Description DS400X with Transom Mount Transducer DS400X with Thru-Hull Transducer
DS500X ORDERING INFORMATION
Part Number E63048 E63051 Description DS500X with Transom Mount Transducer DS500X with Thru-Hull Transducer
DS600X ORDERING INFORMATION
Part Number E63049 E63052 Description DS600X with Transom Mount Transducer DS600X with Thru-Hull Transducer
Sunrise/Sunset Predictions Via chart
External Memory GPS Specifications Signal Acquisition Satellite Differential Type Differential Acquisition: Position Accuracy (RMS)
tore Waypoints / Routes / Tracks on Compact Flash cards up to 128MB 12-channel parallel (C / A Code) WAAS / EGNOS / MSAS ready Automatic < 15 m (from cold start ) Typically < 3 min, 4 minutes max
RAY101 ORDERING INFORMATION
Part Number E43026 Description RAY101
Position Accuracy (SD GPS) < 5 m Typical < 2.5 min (< 40 sec) Typically < 8 seconds
Position Accuracy (SD GPS) < 5 m
DS400X, DS500X AND DS600X FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
Mounting Backlight Resolution Frequency Environmental Max Depth bracket or console mount display / keypad 76,800 pixels (320 x 240,1/4 VGA pixels) dual 200/50 kHz submersible to IPX7, submersible to 1m for at least 30min. 2000 (600m). Note: Actual depth performance may vary due to water, seabed and vessel characteristics. -4 deg F to +122 deg F 10-18 Volts DC (13.8V nominal) Dir. Sun Visibility Display Type Data Displays Fish Symbol Zoom Mode Output Power Sonar Receiver Color Palettes 500 Watts RMS Patented HDFI Digital 6 color schemes plus separate background color settings Yes Thin Film Transistor (TFT) Speed, Water Temp, Vessel Battery Voltage,Trip Log Fish depth indicator 2X, 3X or 4X Magnification Manual or Auto zoom control Interfaces Temperature Display Navigation Display A-scope Displays Bottom Coverage Sonar returns in real time Digital Indicator display of the diameter of the seabed based on depth and transducer beam angle Includes historical temperature graph Position, bearing and range to way point, SOG, COG, TTG and time. (Requires input from a NMEA 0183 compatible GPS) NMEA 0183 Input / Output
Time to First Fix
RC400 ORDERING INFORMATION
Part Number E33018 Description RC400
RC435/RC435I ORDERING INFORMATION
Part Number E32040 E33019 Description RC435 with external antenna RC435i with a built in antenna
Temperature Range Input Power
DS400x, DS500x and DS600x Transducer Options
Choose a high-speed or bronze thru-hull speed and temperature transducer.
Dimensions (H x W x D) 2.76(70 mm) x 5.94 (151 mm) x 4(102.5 mm)5.35(135.9 mm) x 2.0 (50.8 mm) hole required for flush mounting Weight Backlighting Channels Environmental Frequency Range Modulation Frequency Power Priority Channels Watch 1.9 lbs Display All US and international channels IPX7 submersible; 1 meter for at least for 30 minutes TX: 156.025 157.425 MHz RX: 156.050 163.275 MHz Modulated 25 or 1 Watt settings 16 PLUS key: Instant channel 16 or your preset priority channel Tri-watch: Scans working channel, channel 16 and selected weather channel. Dual Watch: Scans working channel and channel 16 Description RAY48 (Dark Grey) RAY48 (Marine White)
Dimensions (H x W x D) 2.9(73 mm) x 6.5 (166 mm) x 6.47(164.5 mm) 5.83(148 mm) x 2.4 (61 mm) hole required for flush mounting Weight Backlighting Channels EnvironmentalIPX7 Frequency Range Modulation Power Priority Channels Watch 2 lbs Yes. Keypad and display All US, Canadian and International channels Submersible; 1 meter for at least for 30 minutes TX: 156.025 157.425 MHz RX: 156.050 163.275 MHz Frequency modulated 25 or 1 Watt settings 16/9 Key: Instant channel 16 or your preset priority channel Tri-watch: Scans working channel, channel 16 and preset secondary priority channel Dual Watch: Scans working channel and priority channel 16 Description RAY54 (Dark Grey) RAY54 (Marine White)
RAY 48 ORDERING INFORMATION
Part Number E43021 E43020
RAY 54 ORDERING INFORMATION
Part Number E43023 E43022
Item One of the following units: DS400 Digital Fishfinder without Transducer, US version DS400 Digital Fishfinder without Transducer, CE version DS500 Digital Fishfinder without Transducer, US version DS500 Digital Fishfinder without Transducer, CE version Sun Cover, DS400 Sun Cover, DS500 Mounting Bracket, DS400 Mounting Bracket, DS500 Mounting Bracket Knobs, DS400, DS500 Power/NMEA cable Handbook, DS400/500 Mounting hardware Flush Mount Kit, DS400 Flush Mount Kit, DS500 Part No. E63061 E63062 E63063 E63064 R69070 R69071 R69072 R69075 R69073 RN/A E66067 E66068 Supplied / Option supplied supplied supplied supplied supplied supplied supplied supplied supplied supplied supplied supplied optional
Transducers are supplied with some models and optional with others. The following transducer options are available: Table 2-2: Transducer Options
Item Transducer Adapter Cable for L365/L470 Style Transducers Transducer Adapter Cable for hsb2/DSM250 Style Transducers Transom Mount Transducer for DS400/DS500 (P58) Bronze Thru-hull Transducer or DS400/DS500 (B744V)
Part No. Option E66070 E66066 E66062 E66061 option option varies1 varies1
supplied with some models
2.3 Selecting the Equipment Location
The DS400/500 is waterproof to IPX7 is and designed to be mounted either above or below deck. The unit should be protected from physical damage and excessive vibration. CAUTION: Mount the DS400/500 in a protected area away from prolonged exposure to rain, salt spray, and direct sunlight, but well ventilated. When planning the installation, the following should be considered to ensure reliable and trouble free operation: Access: There must be sufficient space below the unit to enable cable connections to the panel connectors, avoiding tight bends in the cable. Interference: The selected location should be far enough away from devices that may cause interference, such as motors, generators, and radio transmitter/receivers (see the EMC guidelines earlier in this section). Magnetic compass: Mount the unit at least 3 ft (1m) away from a magnetic compass. Cable runs: The unit must be located near a DC power source. The power cable supplied is 5 ft (1.5 m), but a longer cable can be used if desired. Refer to Section 2.4. The maximum length of cable between the fishfinder and the transducer unit should not normally exceed 25 ft (8 m). If you need to use a longer cable, refer to Section 2.4. Environment: Good ventilation is required to prevent the unit from overheating.
WARNING: Removal of the transducer cable from the DS400/500 while power is turned on can cause sparks. As with any electronic device, be sure the fishfinder is mounted where it is well ventilated and free from gasoline fumes.
2.4 Cable Runs
Consider the following before installing the system cables: You will need to attach the power and transducer cables. All cables should be adequately secured, protected from physical damage, and protected from exposure to heat. Avoid running cables through bilges or doorways, or close to moving or hot objects. Sharp 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. Power/NMEA cable, supplied with the unit. This 5 ft (1.5 m) cable has a connector plug at one end for connecting to the fishfinder, and 3 wires at the other end for connecting the power supply. The power cable may be extended by up to 60 ft (20 m) using a wire gauge of AWG 12 or greater. The DS400/500 is intended for use on the boats DC power systems rated from 10-18 Volts DC (13.8V nominal). Transducer cable, supplied with the transducer. This 25 ft (8 m) cable has a connector plug (with an outer nut that you must attach) at one end for the display unit or extension cable. The transducer cable may be extended up to a maximum of 60 ft (20 m) using optional extension cables.
You will need to run the following cables:
Cutting the transducer cable will severely reduce sonar performance: Do not cut the transducer cable or remove the connector. Do not shorten or splice the cable. If the cable is cut, it must be replacedit cannot be repaired. Cutting the cable will also void the warranty.
2.99 in (76 mm) 3.46 in (88 mm)
2.28 in (57.9 mm)
2.70 in (68.6 mm)
2.83 in (72 mm)
5.88 in (149.4 mm) 5.12 in (130 mm) 2.28 in (57.9 mm) 1.3 in (33.2 mm) 3.17 in (80.5 mm)
4.45 in (113 mm)
5.0 in (127 mm)
DS400 Unit Dimensions
5.88 in (149.4 mm)
3.08 in (78.3 mm) 2.66 in (67.6 mm)
2.83 (72 m
6.37 in (161.8 mm)
2.66 in (67.6 mm) 1.68 in (42.7 mm) 3.81 in (96.7 mm)
5.9 in (150 mm)
6.22 in (158 mm)
DS500 Unit Dimensions
2.5 Mounting the Fishfinder
The DS400/500 can be mounted on a dash, chart table, bulkhead, or deckhead using the supplied hardware. The unit can also be flush mounted directly into the console.
CAUTION: Avoid mounting the transducer where the boat may be supported during trailering, launching, hauling, or storage. Single drive boatMount the transducer on the starboard side at least 75mm (3") beyond the swing radius of the propeller (see Figure 2-7 ). Twin drive boatMount the transducer between the drives.
75 mm (3") minimum beyond swing radius
Mounting Location on Single Drive Boat
1. Insert the transducers pivot posts into the recesses on the sides of the bracket (see Figure 2-8 ). 2. Press the two nuts into the slots in the back of the bracket. 3. Aligned the holes in the transducer, bracket, and nuts. Insert the two machine screws capturing the nuts. Tighten the machine screws until the transducer will stay in the up (released) position unaided.
pivot post (2) slot (2) machine screws (2)
Assembling the Transducer
Marking and Hole Drilling
1. At the selected location on the starboard side of the hull, position the transducer, so the transducer projects 3mm (1/8") below the bottom edge of the transom (see Figure 2-10 ). 2. Being sure the bottom of the transducer is parallel to the waterline, mark the location of the screw holes with an X in the center of the two outer most slots. CAUTION: Always wear safety goggles and a dust mask. 3. Using a 4mm, #23, or 9/64" drill bit, drill two holes 22mm (7/8") deep at the locations indicated. To prevent drilling too deeply, wrap masking tape around the bit 22mm (7/8") from the point. Fiberglass hullMinimize surface cracking by chamfering the gelcoat. If a chamfer bit or countersink bit is not available, start drilling with a 6mm or 1/4" bit to a depth of 1mm (1/16").
Standard transom (13 transom angle)The bracket is designed for a standard 13 transom angle. The shim is not needed for this installation. Skip to Mounting the Bracket. Stepped transom and jet boats (3 transom angle) Use the shim with the tapered end down. Be sure the nuts are in the slots in the back of the bracket before applying the shim (see Figure 2-8 ). Small aluminum and fiberglass boats (20 transom angle)Use the shim with the tapered end up. Be sure the nuts are in the slots in the back of the bracket before applying the shim (see Figure 2-8 ). If you are unsure about using the shim, do one of the following: Measure the transom angle of your boat using a digital level or bubble level and protractor. Then follow the instructions above for your transom angle. Experiment with the shim by following the instructions Mounting the Bracket and Checking the Angle and Projection.
Route the transducer cable over the transom, through a drain hole, or through a new hole drilled in the transom above the waterline. Never cut the cable or remove the connector; this will void the warranty. CAUTION: Always wear safety goggles and a dust mask. 1. If a hole must be drilled through the transom, choose a location well above the waterline (see Figure 2-10 ). Check for obstructions such as trim tabs, pumps, or wiring inside the hull. Mark the location with a pencil. Drill a hole using the appropriate size bit to accommodate the connector. 2. Route the cable over or through the transom.
3. On the outside of the hull, secure the cable against the transom using the cable clamps. Position a cable clamp 50mm (2") above the bracket and mark the mounting hole with a pencil. 4. Position the second cable clamp halfway between the first clamp and the cable hole. Mark this mounting hole. 5. If a hole has been drilled in the transom, open the appropriate slot in the cable cover. Position the cover over the cable where it enters the hull. Mark the two mounting holes. 6. At each of the marked locations, use a 3mm or 1/8" bit to drill a hole 10mm (3/8") deep. To prevent drilling too deeply, wrap masking tape around the bit 10mm (3/8") from the point. 7. Apply marine sealant to the threads of the #6 x 1/2" self-tapping screws to prevent water from seeping into the transom. If you have drilled a hole through the transom, apply marine sealant to the space around the cable where it passes through the transom. 8. Position the two cable clamps and fasten them in place. If used, push the cable cover over the cable and screw it in place. 9. Route the cable to the instrument being careful not to tear the cable jacket when passing it through the bulkhead(s) and other parts of the boat. To reduce electrical interference, separate the transducer cable from other electrical wiring and the engine(s). Coil any excess cable and secure it in place with zip-ties to prevent damage. 10. Connect the transducer to the transducer connector on the rear of the fishfinder.
Checking for Leaks
CAUTION: When the boat is placed in the water, immediately check for leaks around the screws and any holes drilled in the hull. Never install a transducer and leave the boat in the water unchecked for several days.
Operation and Maintenance
Releasing the transducer
The transducer releases easily when it is fastened to the hull. Give a sharp blow to the bottom of the transducer using the palm of the hand. CAUTION: Never strike the transducer with anything except the palm of the hand. Never strike the paddlewheel
Demo/Simulator Mode Setup
3.4 LCD Display
When you first switch on the fishfinder, the scrolling bottom graph, or Fishfinder Page, is displayed. This is a graphical representation of the echoes seen by the DS400/500. As time passes, this display scrolls from right to left and becomes a record of the echoes seen. A typical display is shown in Figure 3-2. The images at the right hand side of the display are the most recent echoes. Some echoes indicate fish, and others show the bottom. It can also indicate bottom structures, such as a reef or shipwreck. The upper and lower depth range limits are shown. You can customize the sounder by choosing what is displayed and how it is displayed (including language and units). For example, you can set whether the bottom graph display scrolls and you can select the range to adjust the depth displayed. You can view the cursor position and a variety of data (such as speed and depth) from the transducer and other equipment in user-selectable data boxes. These data boxes can be moved around the screen and they can be switched on or off. Chapter 5 includes details on adjusting the display, other set up options are described in Chapter 6.
Frequency Water surface
Target image (fish arch)
Typical Fishfinder Display Screen
3.5 Keypad Operation
The DS400/500 has six keys with which you can control fishfinder operation.
ENTER Selects highlighted menu item; Places VRM TRACKPAD Navigates through menu options and changes their value; Moves VRM MENU Displays menu items QUIT Returns to previous menu page or exits menu PAGE Toggles between scrolling bottom display, temperature graph and navigation data PWR Turns unit on and off; Shortcut to DISPLAY SET UP. BRIGHTNESS Menu
ENTER Pressing this key when a Menu box is displayed selects the menu item currently highlighted. When no Menu box is open, pressing this key places the Variable Range Marker (VRM). TRACKPAD When a Menu box is displayed, use the up and down arrow keys to move the selection bar (item currently highlighted) up and down the list. When in Zoom mode, use these keys to move the zoom area up or down on the display. TRACKPAD When a Menu item has more than one possible response, use the left and right arrow keys to change the value. When a menu item appears in UPPER CASE, it contains sub-menus. Press the right arrow or ENTER to access the sub-menu items. When the VRM is displayed, use the right and left arrow keys to change the VRMs position on the screen.
The shape of the arch is also affected by the speed of the boat. If the boat is moving slowly, the arches tend to be longer; if the boat is moving more quickly, the arches are short and peaked. If the boat is moving very fast, a fish may be indicated by vertical lines.
3.9 Using the Variable Range Marker (VRM)
The VRM (variable range marker) key is used to determine the distance behind the boat of an object on the display. The VRM function is available on the scrolling sonar display and zoom windows, if your transducer is equipped with a paddlewheel for measuring speed and distance. To display the VRM, press ENTER from the main fishfinder page. The VRM is displayed as a vertical line running the entire height of the display. You can use the < and > keys of the trackpad to move the VRM over a particular object to reference it from the boat. Distance behind the boat is displayed next to the vertical line. The VRM distance units correspond to the depth units assigned in the system set up parameters you have assigned for your unit. However, when set to fathoms, the VRM is displayed in feet. The vertical line does not scroll with the scrolling sonar image. If the display range changes, the VRM retains its position. When you switch on the VRM, it is displayed at its last position.
Press QUIT to remove VRM from the screen. If the sounder is in split frequency display mode, the VRM is shown in only one window at a time.
< 75ft >
Distance from boat
Figure 3-7: Using VRM
Chapter 4: Menu Operation
This chapter provides basic menu functions for using the DS400/500 Digital Fishfinder. More detailed information on using the Display controls and sounder setup is provided in Chapter 5 and Chapter 6, respectively.
To access the Display Set Up menu items:
1. Press the MENU key. The Main Menu appears. 2. Press the or trackpad keys to browse to and highlight the desired menu item. 3. Press the trackpad < or > keys to select the desired option. For menu items with sub-menu items (menu title in all CAPITALS.), press the trackpad > key or ENTER to browse the sub-menus. 4. Press QUIT to exit when finished. Figure 4-1 also demonstrates how to access the Main Menu items. A description of how to browse the menu and make selections is outlined in Selecting MENU Items on page 34.
Main Menu Items
4.2 Fishfinder Operation Controls
The fishfinder operation menu items are outlined in Table 4-1. Table 4-1: Fishfinder Menu Items
Menu Scroll Speed Range Frequency Sub-Menu Options ON, PAUSED AUTOMATIC, MANUAL AUTOMATIC, 200 kHz MAN, 50 kHz MAN, DUAL MAN OFF, ON-1, ON-2, ON-3 AUTO FISHING, AUTO TROLLING, AUTO CRUISING, MANUAL (099%) AUTOMATIC, MANUAL (099%) AUTOMATIC, MANUAL (0100%) AUTOMATIC, LOW, HIGH OFF, LOW, HIGH AUTOMATIC, MANUAL (10100% in 10% increments) Default ON AUTOMATIC AUTOMATIC
COLOR GAIN TVG (Time Variable Gain). Sounder In Rej.
AUTOMATIC AUTOMATIC AUTOMATIC
Second Echo Rej.
Max. Ping Rate
530, in increments of 1 30
Options OFF, SPLIT, FULL SCREEN X2, X3, X4 AUTOMATIC, MANUAL QUIT = no ENTER = yes
Mode TRIP RESET. DISPLAY SET UP. (See Chapter 5.)
SOUNDER SET UP. (See Chapter 6.)
This menu item enables you to start and stop the bottom graph display from moving across the screen. ON starts the bottom graph display. PAUSED stops the bottom graph display.
Note: The PAUSED setting doesnt stop sonar pinging. Digital depth continues to be calculated while scrolling is paused. The default is ON.
By default, the sounder automatically adjusts the display range, selecting the shallowest range that keeps the bottom in the lower half of the display window. Alternatively, the Range setting enables you to select the maximum depth displayed on the scrolling bottom and A-Scope displays. This parameter determines whether the depth range displayed is set automatically by the sounder or manually using the Trackpad. AUTOMATIC for the sounder to determine the range as dictated by the current depth. Select MANUAL to enable the Trackpad for setting the range.
If you press the Trackpad to manually set the range while the automatic setting is enabled displays, the fishfinder displays the following message:
DS400 and DS500 Digital Fishfinders The range mode must be set to MANUAL before the range will change. Press UP, DOWN, or MENU. Pressing or on the trackpad or pressing the MENU key opens the Range field in the MAIN MENU so you can make the change if desired. If you wish to remain in Automatic Range mode, press QUIT. The following range/shift values are available: Table 4-2: Range Values
Feet Fathoms Meters (CE models only) 500 600
The DS400/500 features a digital Hunt mode that automatically searches for the bottom while the sounder is in Auto Range. If bottom cannot be determined while AUTO RANGE is selected, the DS400/500 pings the last known depth, and then incrementally increases the ping depth until the bottom is found. If bottom is not found, the sounder returns to the original depth and repeats the process. If AUTO FREQUENCY is also selected (see the section describing Frequency on page 45) when the sounder completes the auto range hunt process, the process is repeated in the other frequency. If MANUAL FREQUENCY is selected, hunt mode only continues in the selected frequency. This process continues until bottom is detected or you switch to manual range mode. The maximum depth to which Hunt mode searches is as follows: 200 kHz 500ft (150m) 50 kHz 2000 ft (600m) For example, lets say a DS400/500 is set for auto range & auto frequency and bottom is currently detected at 250 ft using 200 kHz. The bottom signal becomes lost, so the sounder switches to Hunt mode. Pinging begins at 250 ft (the lastknown good depth) using 200 kHz and increments to 500 ft. If bottom is not detected, the sounder switches to 50 kHz, repeats pinging at 250 ft, and increments up to a maximum of 2000 ft. If bottom is still not detected, the DS400/500 returns to 250 ft using 200 kHz to continue the process. When bottom is found, Hunt mode ceases and the sounder adjusts to the range and frequency appropriate for the new depth. The default setting is AUTOMATIC.
The DS400/500 uses dual frequency sonar50 kHz and 200 kHzand can be used in either auto or manual modes. The DS400/500 can automatically select the appropriate frequency, based on the current display range. As the depth increases while in Auto Frequency mode, the fishfinder shifts from 200 kHz to 50 kHz. As the depth decreases, the fishfinder switches from 50 kHz to 200 kHz. You can select the transducer frequency for automatic or manual operation at 50 kHz, 200 kHz or both frequencies simultaneously.
DS400 and DS500 Digital Fishfinders AUTOMATIC enables the digital fishfinder to determine the optimum frequency based on the current conditions. 200 kHz MAN fixes the frequency at 200kHz no matter what depth you are viewing. This frequency is typically used for shallower water and a more detailed view. When using this frequency, the transducer scans a narrower area, but produces a more detailed view. The 200 kHz signal is good for finding fish near the bottom or close together. It is better for use in shallow water. 50 kHz MAN fixes the frequency at 50kHz no matter the depth. This frequency is typically used for wide coverage and deep water. When using this frequency, the transducer scans a wide area. The 50 kHz signal penetrates water well, so is good for use in deep water. DUAL MAN displays separate screens for both 50 and 200kHz. The transducer can operate in both 50 kHz and 200 kHz frequencies at the same time. If you choose dual frequency operation, the scrolling bottom display is split vertically; the left half shows the 200 kHz detailed view and the right half shows the 50 kHz image.
The default setting is AUTOMATIC.
Use the A-Scope screen to show raw sonar data directly from the transducer beam. This gives you a real time image of fish and bottom structure directly below the transducer. This function is very useful in showing the strength of the echo returned from a fish. The display is split vertically, with the A-Scope image in the right hand window and the scrolling bottom image in the left hand window. Select one of the three modes for A-Scope, as demonstrated in Figure 4-2 : OFF, in which A-Scope does not appear. ON-1, in which the image takes up the entire A-Scope window. ON-2, in which only the left side of the image displayed in Mode ON-1 expands to the entire A-Scope window. This mode provides the greatest resolution. ON-3, in which the A-Scope image is angled outward as the signal width (indicated with dotted lines) increases with depth. The default setting is OFF.
The default setting is AUTO FISHING.
Color Gain determines how echoes of different strengths are displayed. 128 colors per palette are available, with the strongest signals displayed in colors representing the strongest signals in the currently-selected palette. The Color Gain control sets the lower limit (threshold) for the strongest signal and is represented as a percentage of that strongest signal. A lower Color Gain percentage means a stronger echo is required to be displayed in the strongest signal colors. All echoes with a signal strength above this value are displayed in darker colors. All echoes weaker than this value are divided equally between the remaining colors. Your choices are: AUTOMATIC: Displays colors based on current conditions (with as many colors as possible) while minimizing noise and clutter. As conditions change the auto-color gain adjusts. MANUAL: Setting a low value produces a wide band for the weakest colors but a small signal band for the other colors; setting a high value gives a wide band for the strongest colors but a small signal band for the other colors. If you select manual adjustment, you will need to re-adjust the gain as conditions change.
Time Variable Gain (TVG)
TVG (Time Variable Gain) reduces clutter by varying the gain throughout the water column. This function is useful for reducing noise that can appear. Increasing the TVG value increases the maximum depth to which TVG is applied. Decreasing reduces the maximum depth. Although you can manually set the TVG level, Raymarine recommends letting the unit choose the proper level for you by selecting AUTOMATIC. The default setting is AUTOMATIC.
Sounder Interference Rejection (Int. Rej.)
Two or more sonar-equipped vessels operating within range of each other can interfere with sounder operation. This usually appears as vertical streaks on the display that do not represent actual targets. This option can reduce such interference, either manually or automatically. AUTOMATIC selects the best rejection level for you
DS400 and DS500 Digital Fishfinders LOW minimizes rejection of potential interference. Use this setting when you want to be sure that what has been removed are really false returns. HIGH rejects much more interference but can potentially weaken the appearance of actual targets.
Second Echo Rejection
A so-called second echo can caused by the sonar signal returning from the bottom, reflecting off the waters surface, bouncing off the bottom again and returning. This option helps eliminate identifying a false bottom. Select from the following: OFF, which offers no rejection LOW, which provides minimal rejection by slightly reducing the ping rate HIGH, which offers the greatest signal rejection by decreasing the ping rate further
The default setting is LOW. Only set this setting to HIGH if you notice second echoes appear on your display.
You can select whether the depth or a fish icon is shown for sonar echoes displayed on the screen. The default setting is OFF. OFF displays neither the depth or a fish icon. DEPTH displays the depth just above each fish echo. FISH displays a fish icon in place of each echo. FISH & DEPTH displays both the depth and a fish icon.
If this alarm is ON, the unit sounds a beeper whenever it finds a fish. The default setting is OFF.
If this alarm is ON and the depth below the boat is less than the value set using the Shallow Range setting, the beeper sounds and moving arrow indicators point to the digital depth display. You cannot set the shallow alarm to be deeper than the deep alarm. The default setting is OFF.
Use the < and > trackpad keys to decrement/increment the depth at which the Shallow Alarm will sound. The depth units are dependent on the value set using the UNITS. parameter. (See page 71.) Changing the value set for Shallow Range automatically enables the Shallow Alarm.
If this alarm is ON and the depth below the boat is greater than the value set using the Deep Range setting, the beeper sounds and moving arrow indicators point to the digital depth display. You cannot set the deep alarm to be shallower than the shallow alarm. The default setting is OFF.
Use the < and > trackpad keys to decrement/increment the depth at which the Deep Alarm will sound. The depth units are dependent on the value set using the UNITS. parameter. (See page 71.) Changing the value set for Deep Range automatically enables the Deep Alarm.
If this alarm is ON and the water temperature falls within the range set using the Temp. Rng. High and Temp. Rng. Low settings, the beeper sounds and moving arrow indicators point to the temperature display. In an alarm condition, the temperature display appears even if this data item has been set OFF. (See DATA ITEMS. on page 60.) The temperature alarm also activates if the temperature moves outside the set range. If data items are displayed as analog gauges when the alarm is active, the temperature value flashes. You cannot set the Temp. Rng. High setting to be lower than Temp. Rng. Low and vice-versa. The default setting is OFF.
Analog TEMP ALARM Indicator (flashing)
Temperature Alarm with Analog Display
Temp. Rng. High
Use the < and > trackpad keys to decrement/increment the highest temperature at which the Temp Alarm will sound. The temperature units are dependent on the value set using the UNITS. parameter. (See page 71.)
7.2 Problem Solving
All Raymarine products are, prior to packing and shipping, subjected to comprehensive test and quality assurance programs. However, if this unit should develop a fault, please refer to the following table to identify the most likely cause and the corrective action required to restore normal operation. If you still have a problem after referring to the table below, contact your local dealer, national distributor or Raymarine Technical Services Department for further advice. Always quote the product serial numbers. The serial number is printed on the back of the unit.
Common Problems and Their Solutions
Table 7-1: Common Problems
Problem Unit does not function Correction 1. Make sure that the power supply cable is sound and that all connections are tight and free from corrosion. 2. Check the system fuse. 1. Check the Scroll Speed is not set to PAUSE. 2. Check the transducer cable for damage. If damaged, the cable and transducer must be replaced as a unit. 1. Fish arches may not be displayed if the boat is stopped; fish may appear on the display as straight line. 2. Ensure the transducer is within 10 of vertical. 3. Check that the gain is not set too low. 1. Check that the transom-mount transducer hasnt kicked-up on hitting an object. 2. Check that the gain is not set too low. 3. Check that the transducer is within 10 of vertical. 4. Check that the transducer face is not covered or fouled. If necessary clean the transducer. 5. Check the voltage from the power source; if this is too low it can affect the transmitting power of the sounder. Turbulence around the transducer may be confusing the unit.
Unit does not display fish
Unit does not see bottom or fish
Unit is unreliable at high boat speeds
Unit displays a lot of back- 1. Check that the gain is not set too high. ground noise 2. Check that the transducer is mounted correctly and is clean.
78 Table 7-1: Common Problems
Sounder speed or log read- 1. Check that the transducer paddlewheel is clean. ings are wrong 2. If necessary, adjust the SPEED CALIBRATE parameter. Temperature readings are wrong If necessary, adjust the TEMP CALIBRATE parameter.
Data Items 60 Analog Gauges 60 Auto Scroll 60 Battery 60
Log 60 Speed 60 Temperature 60 Trip 60 Date Format 61, 71 Date Setting 61 Deep Alarm 68 Deep Range 69 Depth Digit Size 59 Depth Offset 73 Depth Units 71 Dimensions 9 Display Setup 55 Brightness 58 Data Items 60 Analog Gauges 60 Auto Scroll 60 Battery 60 Log 60 Speed 60 Temperature 60 Trip 60 Depth Digit Size 59 Menu List 57 Nav Set Up Alarm Clock 61 Bearing 61 COG 61 Date 61 Date Format 61 LAT/LONG 61 RNG/BRG 61 SOG 61 Time 61 Time Format 61 Time Offset 61 TTG 61 Waypoint 61 Palette 59 Background Color 59 Target Depth ID 58 Transparent Menu 59 Distance Determining Using VRM 39 Distance Units 71
Echoes 28 Strength 37 ENTER key 30 List
Features 2 Fish Alarm 68 Fish Indications 38 Fishfinder Basic System 3 Typical Display Screen 29 Fishfinder Page 28, 31 Frequency 38, 45 Fuse 13
Display Set Up Menu items 57 Main Menu items 42 Sounder Set Up Menu items 65 Location Mounting 7 Log 60
Main Menu 33, 41 List 42 Maintenance 75 Max Ping Rate 50 Menu 43 A-Scope 46 Frequency 45 Gain Color Gain 49 Gain Mode 47, 49 Gain Settings 48 Int Rej 49 Max Ping Rate 50 Power 50 Second Echo Rejection 50 Operation 41 Range 43 Scroll Speed 43 Selecting 34 Trip Reset 53 Zoom 51 Magnification 52 Mode 52 View 51 Menu Items 42 MENU key 31 Menu List 42 Display Set Up 57 Main Menu 42 Sounder Set Up 65 Mounting 11
Gain 48 Color Gain 49 Gain Mode 47 Int Rej 49 Max Ping Rate 50 Power 50 Second Echo Rejection 50 TVG 49
Help from Raymarine 78 Hunt Mode 45
Installation 5 Cables 8 EMC Guidelines 6 Location 7 Mounting 11 Transducer 16 Int Rej 49
Key Beep 73 Key Help 73 Keypad 30
Nav Data Page 31 Nav Set Up 61 Alarm Clock 61 Bearing 61
Language 73 LAT/LONG 61
COG 61 Date 61 Date Format 61 LAT/LONG 61 RNG/BRG 61 SOG 61 Time 61 Time Format 61 Time Offset 61 TTG 61 Waypoint 61 NMEA-out Set Up 72 Service 79 Shallow Alarm 68 Shallow Range 68 Simulator 27, 74 Software Version 74 SOG 61 Sonar Echoes 28 Fish Indications 38 Image 37 Signal Strength 37 Sounder Basic System 3 Sounder Setup 63 Alarms 67 Alarm Clock 70 Deep Alarm 68 Deep Range 69 Fish Alarm 68 Shallow Alarm 68 Shallow Range 68 Target Depth ID 68 Temp Alarm 69 Temp Range 69 Depth Offset 73 Key Beep 73 Key Help 73 Language 73 Menu List 65 NMEA-out Set Up 72 Serial Number 74 Sounder Simulator 74 Speed Calibrate 74 SW Version 74 Temp Calibrate 74 Units 71 Bearing Mode 71 Date Format 71 Depth Units 71 Distance Units 71 Speed Units 71 Temp Units 71 Time Format 72 Sounder Simulator 74 Specifications 81
Page 31 Fishfinder 28 Palette 59 Background Color 59 Power 50 Cable 13 Connection 13 Power on 27 PWR key 31
QUIT key 31
Range 43 Range and Bearing 61 Raymarine Addresses 79 Phone numbers 79 Website 78 Repair 79 RNG/BRG 61 Routine Checks 75
Combines State Of The Art Color Display Technology With Raymarine's Patented High Definition Fish Imaging For Unmatched Fishfinder Performance. Employing A Digitally Adaptive Transmitter/Receiver That Targets Fish And Bottom Structure With Amazing Clarity And Color Separation. Key Features: Hdfi Echo Sounder, Powerful 500w Rms Transmit Power, Dual Frequency 200khz/50khz, Transflective Advanced Tft Lcd Technology, Daylight Viewable 256 Color Display, And Standard Multifunction Depth, Speed And Transom Transducer. Max Depth 2000 Ft (Varies Depending On Conditions).
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